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 THE  ADVANCE.
•it
Vol. Ill, No. 23.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCfOBER 7, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
•i
ts.
Dealers  :  In
BOOTS,   $   SHOES,   #   CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
GROCERIES:
We have just received a carload, and
we are selling the same at surprisingly LOW PRICES. $ ►$ %
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
W. T. SMIM & Od,,  Fairview, -
- Vepnon.
•
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at tbe Foot of Okanagan Lake.
&
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Boating and Fishing,   flow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
Ii3BQXT3LEfiE   F.ROS.   &   CO.
acxix. O W X A..
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Ete.
Orders: fnnn tlio Lower Okalingaii will receive prompt attention,
Pricei Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH 4 CLERIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factory en C. P, R., Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prir«s.
LEQUIME   A   POW E B S,  Proprietors.
XI. C. CABGILLan°QO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots ancl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
JB.   O-   OAROILI,  J*   OO., AHMirBOWO
w.
M. COCHRANE,
80L1CITOII Sri'llF.MM t'Ol'HT,
N'ot.uiv Public, Convkyjinoeh, Brc.
Olllee: GiliijorcH llloek, Iki-niii-il Avenue,
VKRNON, - II. C,
pitEI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc,
Office i Martin's Block,
Vernon, ll.C.
pOHHES M. KEIIHV, P.L.8.,
A. M. 0,8.0. E„
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VEIINON, B. C.
T  B. CHOWELL,
TRONSON HI-., V*fiRN0H,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
C H.LATIMER,
VKHNON, II. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.H.XI.C1.  Survey oi
Mem. Amcr. Soc. Irrlg. Kings,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. 0. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Prolects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plan I of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, ll.C.
—j5V*c*;oaxt.   Jc-ox-—
The Anglo-Coliimhlan Co., L'td.,  Whotsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles k Roiiouf, Agricultural Machinery,
—Ag-eixt  For—
The Okanagan-Spallumcheon Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London *.* Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada,
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co,
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
HARRY A.  GUESS, M. A.,
(Successor to J, C, Haas, M.E.)
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
MID-WAT, X*. O.
RATES:-Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each;
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Gold,
Silver, and Copper, $3.00, Other
rates on application. Samples from
a distance will receive prompt attention.
EDWARD /L HAIN,
ii  DEALER IN n
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-      Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C.
THE MINING NEWS
OF   THE   PROVINCE    FOR   THE
PAST   WEEK.
A YW Prospecting In  the  Peace River
Country -The Cinnabar Mine Near Kam-
rps-Hydraullclng on the  Tulameen
rko Mines to Be Developed  Cariboo
pws Work In the Big Bend.
H : V. Teller, n California mining
mil bus jusl inrivi'il in town after
spending ii year prnspccling in the
Pejjce Kiver rininlry. Mr. Teller went
iirby way of Edmonton in company
with three other men, mid after pro*
reeding as fur us possible mi horses.tliu
river wns used for navigation, lie is
highly pleased wilh theeo.intry, whieh
lie jays possesses great mineral wealth,
nnd il is his intention in return there
next year.—News-Advert iser,
From iin- Kamloops Sontliiot,
Several mineral locations have recently been made at Savonas,
J. B. McNiib, of Savonas was iu on
Weiluesdiiy. He reports I but. the Cinnabar company has its retorts rendy
for work now, nnd already snme nf
the rock retorted to quicksilver, the
return being iiliniist live per cent,,
whieh is considered n very largo yield.
R. L. Hogg, manager of lbe Tula*
meen Hydraulic company, was in on
Wednesday on liusiness connected
willi tlie company. Though he started
to develop this claim only *lbis spring,
lle bus hud wnler mi fur nbout a fortnight, the first, monitor to lie put to
wtji-k on Granite creek. Tlie works
ait nut extensive now, but lie will
prospect Ihe lunik by lbe hydraulic to
se« whether results will warrant lbe
otliliiy uu n i,lore expensive plant.
TBp Scott company, he says, are prospering well nnd expected to turn wnler
in.. Iheifciy nfler he lefl. Tuesday Insl.
II. Slcvejisoii expects In pul water on
this *ietfi'ni but if be does it will lie u
bigsiuniimr's work. Ma. Hogg returns
nt latee liilii-unile creek.
P. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C
pRANK JOYCE
Boot and Shoe j^aker
MIDWAY, B. C.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order.
Repairing a Specialty. Harness
Neatly Repaired.
Ai.imitM.
I'Volil ilin Dat!;.'nihilist.
Some very rich nick from Ihe Al-
beini claim ciiuie in to-day. The vein
has widened In thirty inches uml
prospectors lire demanding large pi-ices
I'm- their claims.
A new ledge bus been found in u hill
about twenty miles from Allieini, running northeast nnd southwest, The
ore is alninsl coal black und curries
free gold, which is visible In llie naked
eye und assays $000 to lhe Inn iu gnld.
Four of the claims have been bonded
fnr $1(1.1X10. Another ledge has been
discovered six miles from town whicli
assays $22.
—.»—
(amnion.
From the Ashcroft Mining Journal
ll. i.s proposed to put iu u ditch cost-
Ing $10,000 on lhe Van Winkle.
Pny dirt bus been struck in the 80*
foot shaft of the tinu Juan Milling
company on Noi-lon creek.
It will take two or three years tu put
the Cariboo Hydraulic claim in good
shape for working.
The Qtiesiielle Cold Mining company
are building it dredger 100 feet lung, 20
feet beam, 6{ feet depth nf hold, !2,"i
horse power, 8 Inch pump nud a
capacity of 1,500 cubic yards per hour,
KOSSLAND.
Ki'oin the HiiHHlnnil Miner.
The Le Roi is now raising about 00
tuns of ore daily nnd shipping 75.
A third interest in the Highland was
sold for cash lo u tinn Francisco man
last week.
Twenty feet of ore is reported In
to have been struck ill Ihu crosscut iiii
the Violet.
The showing in the new opening on
lhe llomcsliikc assays 100 ounces in
silver and $12 in gold.
The shaft on lhe I'alu Alto is imw
| down over 110 feet and some rich cupper hint made ils appearance,
The lust assay of the Cuintiniiider
01*0 allowed SI) }IBI' eenl. in cupper iiiiiI
$12 III gold. This claim is running
two shifts und tin' shaft is now down
18 feet.
U'bii' nie known ns lbe Burke mines
are to be developed with vigor this
winter. These nre tlie Wesl Le Roi,
Great Western, Robert E. Lee und
Maid of Erin, The companies lhat
own these properties are in good Ilium*
Clal condition and lire in fol' liusiness.
Mr. Burke holds largo Interests in nil
these mines us well as in lbe Uoiuc-
stake. He bus been on the outside for
some time complcling his finuuciul
arrangements, and it Is gratifying lo
know he hns been successful. Tbe
money ($10,000) Is now up for llicdc-
vcliipeini'iil uf ilie (Iienl Western, aud
will be available as booh as I he crown
grant to lhe property is made, which
will lie soon, Tho Grail Western nnd
Golden Chni-iiil  go Ingelhec, the Iwo
covering some of tlie most valuable
ground Intheoainp.   Both are in line
In eat all veins fnnn the Le Roi and
Nicklc Plate, anil bulb have extensive
and marked ledges.
--   -*-
SLOCAN,
From tin- Ni'laoii Trli.uae.
(iuiiil reports come iu of tin: mineral
belt only discovered las', year, from
whicli  siiine  excellent  ore lias   been
laken   inn.    lu    one   instance   O'l
pounds were sent,   to   lhe  Tacoma
smelter, ami tlie result showed 1)111)7
gold to lhe Ion.   There lias been but
Utile wurk ilmie anil thill only on the
Btirface,  This ciuip is called Burton
(.'ily, and is located about seven miles
below Nakusp, nud ut an elevation of
about 7,1X10 feet.
 .«.	
mu BEND ami ili.::cili.i:« aut.
From the llovelstoko Mull.
Hairy Abbott is applying Iur u certificate of Improvement mi lhe King
William mineral claim.
(ins I.iiiiiI is dnwn I'i iiiii Mit'iillocli
creek He brought down smiie gold
amalgam, ibe product of his slump
mill .uul sent, il away fui- a lest at Ihe
mini.
The Revelsloke Mining company
have about completed a deal for their
gold quartz property on ('nines creek.
Eastern capital is lieing Interested hi
llle enterprise, and il is proposed to
spend ai.iiinu in immediate development
work.
Andy Parks was down from the Bend
this week fm- supplies. He expects
some big returns frum llu Pucks claim
mi Smith creek iu the very near future,
Theii' shaft is duwii 0.1 feet and he
tbiuks lhey are near bed-rock. He
suys the gravel is improving as they
gu down.
It is suid thul tbe Lanark nnd Maple
Leaf people of Illecillcwuet, have arrived at at, agreement whereby the
latter will use the tunnels of the former iu gelling uul Maple Leaf ore, nnd
iu return tlie Lanark ore will be afforded transportation to theC. P. 11.
by tlie Maple Leaf Tramway,
KETTLE llIVi'll MIXING DIVISION,
Records ul Mineral Locations for the
Woek Ending October 2.
Sept. 25. Hiiinesliiiie  No.   2, Summit
ciunp, 1). 1). Lancaster, J. W,
G.iiikiugei mid  i). t'liiilney.
"    i'i. Last Chance, Summit camp,
1). ll. Lancaster, J, W. Gauk-
rogcr lllld 1). Coiilney.
"    28. Dark Horse, Skylark camp,
Robert Wood.
"    28. Twin. Skylark camp, J. W.
II. Wood.
"   28. WhlleStar, Deadwood camp,
II. B, Thoeu,
"    IH). Maimnnth, Lung Lake camp,
a. A. Peterson,
Oct.    1. Prospector's Dream,.Summit
camp, W. K C. Manley nnd
II. Taylor,
"     1. September,  Grand  Prairie,
R. Taylor.
"     1. Canyon,  Grand Prairie, C.
W. Dniiil.
-     1. Whaleback, Grand  Prairie,
R. G. Poo.
"     1. Wuliliuid, Brown's cninp, A,
L. Rogers,
"      1. (icinne May, Brown's cninp,
E. II. Shannon,
CERTIFICATE (IF WORK.
Sept. ill). Victoria, John Stevens,
LONG LAKE CAMP,
Oct,    1. Davenport, H. 0. Kingsbury
nnd 0.11. Brown,
1. Lexington, G. W. Ruinber-
gcr und.l. M. Taylor.
TRANSFERS,
Sept. HO. Spoiled   Horse,   J   inleresi,
Sum llliiyei- lo Jus Sutherland,
"   80, Anchor, J  interest,  ('. A.
Peterson to W. Dtitmer,
Oil.    1. Davenport,! interest, James
Anderson luC. 11. Brown.
I. North  Slur, J   inleresi,   It.
Stuart to(!. L. Thomet,
Panning Out Poorly.
Ai-chlti ('nineron returned on Tuesday from ibo Athabasca gold diggings,
where he spuui about three weeks
prospecting, He Btiya miners mv making from 50cents In $1 per duy by liui'l
work. Several miners who left here
aboul i luce months ago liad only made
$25. Tbere is a lui-ge number iiuw oil
the way back who Intend to try their
luck mi lbe Saskatchewan again, Edmonton Bulletin,
 M4	
Military Cilia.
Tilt' 0. P. R. bus just eoinplel ed Iwo
speciul millliiry or war trains, which
comprise fourleen ears for men, two
euuking cars. Iwo Pullman cars for lbe
officers, two cars fnr wines and stores,
und two dining cars, The nflicei-s' cars
are III led up ill luxurious style, und
contain siiiie-rooins, lavatory, smoking rooms, etc, Eu-h train consists of
eleven curs nud engine, und luis innple
iiecominodiilion for nearly Ilm men.
Willi these fust win-1 ruins theC. P. II.
expects tu be able to cover the dis*
lance from the Atlantic to the Pacific
in lhe mul a half days.
A    NUMBER    OF    SALES    HAVE
LATELY  TAKEN  PLACE.
Properties There Aro Attracting Capital,
and Recently Half Interests In the North
Star and Lake View t 'lalms Have Changed
Hands The Camp Has Mado Very Substantial Progress In the Pasl Few Months.
Since ils discovery last spiing by
Messrs. Bosshart and Dit I liter, Lung
Luke camp may be considered to bnve
made very subsiuiitiul progress. This
will be llle more reudily apparent,
wlieii il is sluled Ibal ut Iirsl il wus
considered that only one or two ledges
or veins uf ore would be found iu the
ciunp, bul whicli theory bus been
thoroughly dissipated hy thesummer's
prospecting, and lbe large number of
claims recorded us u consequence, l.'p
lu ihe lime of its discovery, few entertained the idea Iiiul free gold tpliiltz
would be found lo lhe north of the
large boilies of heavily mineralized, or
smelting, ui-es, Ibal exist in uur other
camps, such as Greenwood, Deadwood,
Summit and Copper, .And when, therefore, lbe news was noised abroad that,
free gold bad been discovered on Long
Lake, it was no wonder a rush was
made lo ihe new Held. Those who
grasped the opportunity offered huve
very liule reason lo regret tlie hardships they endured, while slriiggling
into u new camp ovei llie rough und
rugged counlry without a trail, us such
locations us lbe Gold Dlop, Jewel,
Norlh Slur, Silent Friend, Hoderick
Dim, Luke View and a host of others,
arc uot tn lie cosily procured even in v, hat
ure perhapsconsidered belt cr, and much
more widely known camps, than llle
Long Luke one. Thai the veins of ore
nre of good intrinsic value,assays huve
clearly shown, ami Ibal they nre of a
permanent character is plainly demon-
Btrated by Ihe developinenl work done,
und by the fuel Ibnl llrst-cluss milling
men have considered thein worthy of
attention nnd Investment. Tbe sale of
u portion of lbe Roderick Dim a short
time since, the bunds on tile Jewel
uml olliei claims, upon which the holders arc carrying on, uml are to carry
on development work, nnd now ibe
ilisposnl of one hull' interest in llle
Norlli Slur und lbe Luke View claims,
liy Mr. C. L. Thomet lo Messrs. H. and
J, W. II. Woods, should convey u true
meaning to tlm outside world, thai not
alone iu any one ot the Boundary
Creek camps is ull the golden treasure
In be found. Nut only Is Mr. Thomet
to be congratulated upon liis recent
sules, but llie country generally, ns
now Uinl it is known thai the Cltllip
will bnve, eii her Ibis full or next,
spring, road communication, which will
facilitate the transportation of machinery, we cuiiliileiitly look forward
in llie importation uf the same, and, in
fuel, should ibe winter's development
work prove of u satisfactory character,
which we are sure it will, we ure given
In understand that without doubt the
silence of tbe Long Lake region will lie
nwukeiiedjii tbe spring liy the screech
of the st in in whistle uml lbe rumbling
and dropping uf stamps.
 4.4	
New Discovery on Lake Superior.
Tbe Port Arlliui- cniiespoiideul nf
lbe Winnipeg Free Press writes In
(bat paper of the discovery of a rich
gold deposit on (lie nui'Lll shore of Luke
Superior, Tlie locality in which the
discovery has been made is in tlm
lU'iimluins near Juckflsb liny, about
live miles from the ('. P. II, where it
skirls lhe shore nl Hint poiul. The
vein on the ledge has been traced for
one und one-lbird miles, it having It
width of from HI in 25 feel, and con-
set-vnlive estimates ure thai ii carries
from $8 In $10 per Ion iu freo gold, be-
sides the slllphiu-cls; iu addition In
lllis, iu plnces nu Ibe vein, ipiurl/, may
be broken out whicli is literally spat-
leieil willi lbe pi, i ii ins nielul, uinl
[ would easily gn $20,000 to $80,000 per
'Inn. Tills is the richest nud most Illl-
pur'nnl gold discovery so far made in
llie Alcanna district.
► » .
Arrow I.nlin Ilniiirli nf the C, I*. It.
The contract for the building of thu
extension of lliu Arrow Luke brunch
| of the 0, I'. II. bus been .awarded lo
.Mr. I). Millilliviny of Vancouver. The
wurk is In lie eoiupleleil by the end of
November of ihe presenl year. To do
• ti im ii large force of men will be employed. By this extension and lhe ex-
tension of lbe Nakusp uml Slocilll railway to Sniidon, wbicb is now rapidly
approaching completion, tlie company
will be nhle to keep communication
npeu with lhe Slocan district lhrough*
oul ilu* year, a most important mallei'
fm ibe province, uml especially tor lhe
large shipping mines In thut localily.
It, will also be of great advantage In
the enlist cilies, ns il will lend veiy
gi cully lo Increase theii trade wilh a
very large lllld Important sectiun nf
West Kiioleniiv. THE ADVANCE.
N OHMS & COMPANY PaorBiBTons
Pnlillshei]  weekly  m  Midway,  u. 0,
subscription Prloo, *:'.i»> por annum, payable
in mivniioo, olllior imulv or lialf-ymriy ul ilu1
■ 'iaa.u uf llu* KiilweriU'i*.'
Vilvortlslllg lEiili-s Mini un iilijiliratiiin.
Tlinugll ll nlmnns of Tim Aiii.'.ni-k nre
ays upi-ii for the ilisoussioii uf iiiuinas uf
.aa lutorqsi uml Importance wc do nol ucc-
feminity einliirsi: nny nf the opinions oxprcsssil.
■ irrespoiiileuco nf n persona! mil lire ivill mil In.
|.l|'l|i..|U'll.
came from ilie live following stales,
llie rut io being in Ibe order in which
tbe slnles nee named: Minnesota,
Washington, Dakota, Nebraska nud
Kansas, us against SOS fnnn lbe balance of '25 stales. Tbe total value of
settlers'effects hroiighl into Ihe country by the eniigrints was $837,560, of
which amount the  Americans con-
MONDAV. OCTOBER 7, 1805.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
CertiIienl!•   of   liiipinvciiii'iits.
Ritual
ntvlsl
WO'CICB.
COMET MlXCIt'.l, I'l.U.M.
ai Cainn Falrvtciv, Osuyoo
n( Yuii, IHstrlrt.
Mining
TAKK Mi-l'irK ilinl I, .li.lui Stevens,free
iniiii-r's cci'iitleale, Nn. fii.i'.'M. Intcmti slxtv
apply to the (laid
riiiiliiiiiiiif inipi'ovoiitonlti
itnining il Crown grant uf
T. ELLIOT,
General
erchant,
um
• In
A cross in (his Bpnco Indi-
.■ales 11,.t.1 ynllralllirtrrijiliiili
a. 11 lis ji.iiii'i' lias oxplrcil.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
To give an idea of the extent of the
liiliuled lbe large share of $250,010, ns '■■ ,i„ ..r
against $77.!!5U liy ull others com'lined.' I,',"!',1",1.'
The lolul number of live slock im- tlioube
purled bv lbe set Hers, lo tl nrieb-i   And further lata iiolloo,.tluit nilyomi cialni«|
1 . • muni  In- sent In llu- (J,ilil C undone
inenl or lbe country, was,horses, 1,741s notion con
cattle, Llllll; sheep, 21. und pigs, IHIS,  'T''lil1'-'1"
llafi-il ll
of wliieli 1.5 III burses, lilllinl tie, II sheep
nml 2.11 pigs
incncoii iicfnrti Llio Issuance of such
ia ..Mill ilny. if August. 1MH.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Certificate of Improvements'
MIT i en.
K'.Miu liu.i. MiNiaiAi,Claim,
■uiui' floni lbe Slnles.
»-1> <      —
Cupid nt It Aguln.
Fot'S cli past llie pleasing intelligence had lieen whispered mining
fl lends Hull une  of  lbe  besl  known
iillieral  bcaiing area  of llu- Kellle and most highly respected of ol Id 18ltunta ^"iVroomvooiV ttunn.Tetiio Dim
Illver Milling division, it Isonly lieces-   t,ll,B  l'l'»speetors   unit    miners,   Mr,  Mining Division of Viilolllsli'lel.n.t',     •
'     . Iillnes Sllltiil.mil    1,'iie In   .,    r„l„   it .,,- I *"TAKK Nll'l'll Kllull we, llrlnT   WllltoffrOO
inrvtwcajlillfentloii to thenumherul I James suiiieiiana, mis in u lair wnj |  [   minor-*verltnniloNnl47WJ, l&iiiitp
. urns loc.-iied since the 1st „f January i "r lMSsi"K f,'"m l'"H"ni liaehelorliood , Hotter: J'.Kj?™'«-J™'|™ '
ibe picseut year,   llcl'ereiice lu lbe Into the bllssfnl stii f In dlc-t-liiMsd,| Ko.cHlrvrntidc\ J. Liiiiff-r.fr
llllll Ibis lieing llie rase,  we  wen I
lukeii by siiiprise when, nu Wednes
day Inst, ibe news was heraldedahniad
,       ,     .     .     ..                             ,    i   Ami liu'llior i
Ibnl lbe bride, Mrs.  Pine, uml  bride-   :  ,,i t*.i!,.<(.',,1,1
groom, bud, together wilh acipialn-
liuieess. pruceeili.il tu (Icnnil Pruirie,
wiiere ibe ceremony wus performed by
lbe Uuv, Mr. Piiliin. whicli Joined two
hearts us one mul Iuu loving souls entwined. Afler llie ceremony lbe
bridal parly relumed lu Boundary
Kills, where, ul lbe hotel,iisuiiipliiuiis
repast wns partaken uf, und many
hearty congratulations tendered Mc.
nnd Mrs, Sutherland, who proceeded
In llieir new home nl  Glenw I.   Tbe
ADVANCE offers lest wishes, nml nn
ever increasing amount of> happiness
ns the years roll liy.
 1- .4	
VBR.VON  NOTES.
iillcinl records will show lhat ono
■epresenls lbe sum total up lo the
present lime, aud when compared with
'be number, lit, recorded lasl season,
il will be ipllte apparent that iu une
.lining disi i id uf lho province, at any
■ lie, iiiiisprclors bnve mil   been idle.
iliuH.ing 1,600 feet square In each location, which virtually means 00 acres,
:   will be seen llnil iiii  less  t Illll I I.O.OOO
lies id bind hum I.ecu staked nil'
Into mining claims. Six hundred und
iiincty-tjiijjcdoes mil, however, represent ilie total number uf claims iu ibe
lisiiicl,.a-)j'i-iiii- io lust season n large
uiitubct- uf Incut ions lind lieeii made,
among which are to i>c found it mu*
jiiiily of IJje largest uml most valuable
nre buili.es. j'bis is only reasonable
ami cnn la' readily understood, as the
ild Ijl'jeprospector bud lbe whole of
lbe iast mineral bell to select tram,
'.ul undoubtedly staked some of the
choices! Jin nl inns lu he found. Lu-ge
's tbu number of Hie season's records,
tiieie is,(aniong the vast extent uf tor*
;i"i-y yet uiipi-uspccled), no reason to
iluiiht Iiiul Jl,c coining siiinincr will
uiiiieeuiial if nut exccll the present
me, not only iu point of ihiiiiin*is ImI
for extent uf ore unities, assume of lhe
aims recently located in dill'ei-ent
pails of the district would lend lo
imw thul not formerly had ull the
largest ore Invjies been uneovered.
I'lidiiuhtedly under development il
ivillfi|iipi'oven Ibal. a large perccnl-
!ij,ii of these pruspccls will have
lit lle or no intrinsic value, Vel among
.. many, the convict hm can readily be
1'iii.eiialned ,llin| oi leasi a small
majority uf Ihem will develop into
mines; aud such being the case, lbe
fill ore prospect of lbe district 'may be
. uiisideicd bright beyond comparison,
Tlii'4ii)uuisi uf Hie 22ml September
a::iins all eliibuiiUe report on Hie
China cleek portion of the Alhertii
gold Ileitis (whicli are now ultinctiiig
n miu h ulli niioii), n u piled by W. .1.
Stilton, assistant professor uf geology
nud miuoralugy iu tlie Michigan school
of mines, wlm, at the request of Ihe
Hon, Col. Baker, provincial minister This adds another tn the list of crhni-
Nn..'.". 7.1. Ililenil, sixty days fi-oin lliuliiiili.
horoof, Ui apply tntliotlotil c mtssl iwnrn
irtilleatu nf Iniprnvcinciils, fur ilu- pui'|i i(fi- uf
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Keeps the Largest and Hest Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
any place south nf Vernon, nnd sells on terms lo suit the limes
Cheapest Place to buy I'm- Cash in the Okanagan Country.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE  ASSURED,
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
T'aacid.exrsM.is-t s*,m.cL F-nitnK?±e>ip
obtaining a I'i
Mc. Tims. Ellis, nf Penticton, was in
Town on Friday. He left, on Saturday's train fm- the.coast.
We are pleased lu learn lhat Miss
Riley, wlio bus been quite ill with
typhoid fever, is recovering rapidly,
Mr. Geo. Jacques and liis two children,  whn have been visiting Mr. P.
Jacques of Ihis city, returned home tnl Hlvisniiiof iuu
ni nil. TAUE sOTI
Calgary on Mondays tram,      • |   tmonilnci
Mr. John  Hutchinson, who luis been I u'„|j cEii'tiri
for llie past, iwo weeks iu  Revelstoke ! "Iul|s.!'",'''•'. 1
.' grant or llio aai
on business cnnnccled wilh his firm,     ^ndfurther I
I inn coiniiioiicoil hofnro tlio
'■i.ilil!<..tii. i.f tinpruvi'inoute,
linieil this lltli day of August, IBM;
f llie lllinvi' flililll
Inc. linn nilvcrso omliiiR
Manor ana nc
uiiinco nf such
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Certificate of Improvements*
NOTICK.
Till': XlMIIKH KUVKN MlNOAL CLAIM,
Situate in Central t'o-mp, Kottlo Kiver Milling
Division ut Yule District, British Columbia,
TAKK NOT1UK tlmt we, James Sohoflold,
fi'oomiiicraiicrlillcatoNo. 5*5,274 ami liil-
inoml Ijpfovro, free lulnor'acct'liflcatoNQ 65253,
Intend, sixly days from iho date hereof, Ui apply to tlio Uolil I'oiiimiwttonor for a wrllftunLo
nf Imprp vein cuts, for llio pnrpotio "f obtaining
n Crown grout nftlio abovo cioitn-
And furl Iter lul;o uotluo, that advorso claims
must bo soul In ihoUold C'iunuil>wionerand ue-
llon pommenued before the Itfauuiioo of stiob
cortifiealonf iiiiprovomoiils.
Dated llils30lli day of Jul,, ISM.
Animals, Birds and
Fish
Mounted in.Hrst-('lass Stylo
-o—
SKINS  TANNED  AND
MOUNTED
Von Kens ami cue. Sack.
—o—
Deer Heads a Specialty
—u—
Orders by Mail Will Rooolvo
Prompt Attention.
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
Fill's Miule to Order
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
—0—
Winner of Gold Medal
Al Chicago, IB, ami Won
first Prize Wherever
Shown,
Pent Otllce llox lori
TBBNOS,   JB.   O.
MINERAL ACT, 1893,
Certificate   of    improvements.
'  NOTICE,
Tiui.Ii-Mni '.lixiatu. Ci.um.
SlttintcIn Siiiiunll t'itiii|i, Ki'ttl'i l.iver Muling
ll.i
Ihal  I, Wl!
ci-tltlcatc No
i dato hereof
uf I
iiii T. Smith,
,i7!l.vl, Intend,
uaiaily nliho
lllcaleaf liiiliruvi-
luiiiiiiK a t'ruivii
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
mi.al he si
llllll COlllll
cerlltlciiti
Inllell 11
returned home on Saturday's train,
.Snme of mn lending merchants nre
already preparing their exliiliilsfor Hie
coining exbiliiiion. Jlc. W. .1. Ann*
strong will huve lhe finest exhibit of
stoves ever shown in Vernon,
Mr. J. ('. Cauiplielliindwlfe relumed
nn Monday's train from Rossland,
where Mi-. Cauiptleii bus been engaged
in looking lifter lbe branch store
which bis firm opened there u few
months ago, He reports liusiness still
liuiiming there,
Edward Tronson was brought before
Mr,   I'i ice  Ellison, S.  M., insl woek, I"
charged  with stealing and killing ii|aooi-ttilcnk;.,fniipi.
calf.   He was committed for trial at!"1'"1,1"1 «:"
kc ii'..in1 llnil ailvcrso I'liiima |
li- .iliiiiii^- itocoi'.tor, uml ae-
ucforo um iHsuauco nf Bitcli
rovcmcii'tH.
lay nf Aiijpiiit, Clio,.
MINERAL ACT, 1891,
mmmmmmwmmmmm
.FALL SHOW.
Will Be Held on
NO TIC
■I.
in.n lu.i.vaiiii.i Mix
.I'u.'l'i.u'a
» •
Sii nun. in iaiaiiv.iiin! inm,
, Kottlo liiv
rM a
till* til vision of Vnlo lllsirte
, il. i'.
fAKKN .TICK Ibal wo,
1    iiiinei'scoi'liltcalc No.
ieniv I'/liil
-.tiki., lisaiu
a fit
i.f ^
Holtoi',,1. Stevens, rt'coiuli
rs ccrllllu
.ii.'iii, ..I. w. Pali uiwun.fi'i
uutnc'scoi.
lileul
c,,,,,,,,, „,, ,„,,„« iwnesaay, Thursday and
Oct. 9, io and n, 1895.
AT
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTBl
GRAND I'llAHill.;, KKTI'liK IIIVEK.
(Jnuil Stock uf
Liquors and Cigars
...     Good Stabling.
PRICKS UEASONADLE.
McLaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SHOP  IN   CONNECTION
Singe Ixinvo cvory Moniluy ami   Wednesday
for Marcus, Wash,
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. W. WRIGHT, l'noe.
ENDERBY, B.C.
Uvory in Coniifictiini,
Fii-Nt^liws iifiiuiiiiiKnliUi"' U" (\iimiifivotal
Travollow,
Iliiiillng und FUliitig In tUtutiiliuiuo ill. .ujjlt
tliU dlBtrlot.
Pack llnfsi'M uml (Jtiiilcs fiiniishwl In SjniriH-
nieiii 011 hhorLimt nol iuu.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROF,
EXCELLENT BOABD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
BOCK CBEER HOTEL . . .
MOt'TII OP ROCK CREEK.
XX.   IMafctun.i.-lR.l..,   Mgr.
l''lUsr-t'l,ASS   Al-eUMMIIIIATIIlN   H-dU  GUBBTS.
GOOD STABLING
tarSxoelloiit KishtiiK on Kottlo River.ji;'f
1111,1
..I
ays from ihe
1 ii.lllllisai.nl -1- Iur j
, tnr Illl" purposo''
I   111   ll Hive rlililll j
,, ,.,,■,  1 '   Anilfiii-thui-liikotiiillee, lliiil tulvci'so eluiin
lbe next sitlingot Ibe supreme court,,   mnsi hjsonl liilhoGuiiti'iiniiiilssliincriiiiil ua
a mines, recently made a thorough
auiniiiiil iuu of the claims within the
mineral zojje above referred to. The
rcpiirt nf prestintetl by Mc. Sutton,
■nnvcys In tl)e render 11 large union 111
if very viilipililn |lifni'lliiltloii,niltl from
t geological and miuei-ulugicul as also
i miner's point of view, may lie snid to
he thoroughly Interest ing, So sadly
huve mailers piuialplng to ihe mining
industry of the province been neglecled
in tlie past, ii. is tjuite refreshing
io note tlie commendable action nf lbe
honorable Hie minister uf mines in this
Instuiicc, and at the sjiine thin tooh-
bui ve, now that a precedent bus been
established, of employing competent
men, such as Mi'. Sutton undoubtedly
Is, to .report on Hie mineral resources
if nne section, thut, the matter may
nit he allowed In drop, but that
other sections may receive the same
li-eiilnieul, until the whole province
bus been explored, and llie gigantic
possibilities ul' llriiish Columbia as a
Held for Investments pulnted mil, nol
inly lu men in lhe enuntry.
hul to financial and mining men the
world, over. A few such repurts as
lhe nne from .Mr. Sultan, embodied in
the annual slaliuueiii furnished by the
minister uf mines would, without
doubt, add an air uf respectability lo
lhe same, and cause il lu lie looked
lip in wiih a much greater amount of
respect I linn unfurl iiuutelv il Is nl
|iieseiit, which would, we venture In
(lay, not he cither lo Hie ilelilmeiitof
(lie huiiuiuble iniai-lariii lbe province.
♦
Mr. II. Moi'tlmei'-Liiiuh, recently co*
purluer iu Ihis puhliei'liuu, bus re-
Ihupiislicil Ilis inleresi. the same being
absorbed by Ihe eiuiipiiny, which, for
the fill tut1, will be designated liy Hie
Hi in llllcnf Norris k Co. Mr. Ijillllh
intends devilling liis ultciilliin to Ids
lunching interests III lhe vicinity of
Midway,
Rnilgr.itlo.1,
lly looking over lhe published annual lejlurt af llie Dcpai'lincut of the
Inleijiii' for lbe year l.H.II, il. mny he
aeeii Ibal pul of .1 total number of
1,579 wjio came into the country and
-<■:!Uul bi'lwecn Calgary and Eduinn-
Liill, ||| llle Nnilbwi'sl leirilories lasl
year, on less tlijip ^,5fit ciiine fnnn the
Hulled Billies, as agiuusl 1.1)02 frum all
'i bee ennui i-iea, Including Canada,
Out of thirty siuli>s from whicb eml*
t'f.iuls tyuj'ii llraWI), no less Ihnn 1.71(1
mil enses to lie tried nt llie full assizes
One of Ilm prettiest weddings ever
witnessed in Vernon took place in the
Hiesbyieiinii church mi Thursday afternoon, when Mc. Richard H. Lowe,
one of one most popular young men,
wns united in uiai'i'iugetoMissBeatrice
M. Mvull.iif Ibis iily.   The ceremony
la.n eiiuunoncoil In
cii'lllleuleoflniin'i
DiilcilthlB Blh dii
lire nf such i
v I In- iss
fAilKllsi.l.'Hi.
IMNiiKAL ACT, 1893.
Cortlllcntc   ci'   Iniprovciiiciits,
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
II. KICYIOS, Prop,
Good Accommodation,
Hest Liquors and Cigars.
Kirst-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
FOR SALE   "
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C,
| Thin in a BplondWly llnisti.'d lioiiso iimiilo
i nml outi almiwi now, wltl^ood atftblo anil out
Lntlkttliyp, is ci'iilrnlly low\to;l in thfl T.ill'-y
•   nml commands ft gnotl tnulo.  Il slnnds on lu
nwiiyniiiiulsnf two nnil u luilf amis in exLciit,
mul isa goo-jl iiivi'Htmciit.
1895.- VLRJMOJM J0G)(EY GLUB - 1895.;:
NOTICE,
Tim H.mjia .Mini ii i. Claim.
. .iltimlc in Siiininit t'liiuii, Kottlo l.ivrr Mlninij
was performed by Rev, (!. A. Wilson,; . Ivislonof Valolilsti-iet, 11,C.
pastor of lb" I'l-esiivtcrinn church,Ver-   TAKE NOTICE lhat 1. Willliun T. Snitlh,
1 • ,|    freo niliioi's coi'Ulteato No. SitHst, tntonil
non.    llie bride wns given away by sixty itays from lho onto hti-cof, lu ii|i|iiy to lho
bis excellency Ibe Karl of AliHrilwu,  SU^Z'^'iVImwu?"onte,^aT™wn
Misses Midillelon nml Dallas acted as imuiiel iiw uiaivo olnlm.
bridesmaids, while Ihe groom was ably : J^Jfite .'take ^ttaUi^Jrijn
supported by Messrs. ,1. A. McKelvieI lioii.coiiuudnoiiil boforo lliu isiuunco uf such
nnd H. A. Taylor,  Afteri he ceremony
FALL   MEETING
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1895.
tlie wedding party repaired In Ibe
Kiileiniilkn hotel to partake of a sumptuous repast prepared by lhe genial
hostess, Mrs. Meakin Afler spending
a veryenjoyable I line the young couple
proceeded tn their new home, receiving llie hearty congratulations of
friends present,
Vernon, Oct. 1. 1895,
:'llllc-itb of luiiii'ovciiicnls,
lliiluilll.is Slli day nf Ann
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Ccrtlnciitc of Improvements,,
NOTICK.
Tub SiiiiiwiMiiat MiNKIUL Claim
liliuili'iil GroenwootlCnmii Kottlo Itivor Mill-
Iuu lit
V
ainil nf Vnle IllStrlCI, 11. C.
"HKAI/ni ACT, lSl);i."
NOTIOBIb hereby civ Imt "An Aol ro
siiivliiiK llie Public lioilllris liniv il
forco, mul Uml iiikIi'i'ilie iirorlslons uf Iho snli
Ac! Alfirl T. Wall, nf Ilm I'ih „f Vieliiriu,
Kmnilro, Jl.li., has boon ii|i|niiiiinl SocroUu'j'
iifl'lie I'mvilminl llniinlnf lliailil,.
JAMES IIAKKR
I'i'nvliictai Bccrotary.
Provincial Boonlary's Otlloo,
:';ili Sojitcmbcr, 1883,
\KH NOTICE Hull I, William T. Smith,
iioraoortllleiito Nn. .itl.W, liitontl
sixly ilnys fnnn lie ilnui hereof, In apply In Ilm
Uolil i-iuiiiiiis-iiiiii|. torn oi I'lilicnto nl Improvo-
munls, for the imrposo of oblninlng n Ui-oivn
Ui-.uili.f Ilm iibnve eluiin.
An.I fur:iter iulu' notico, lhat adverse i-lainm
uiu.it lies ail to tiie I in!.I Coinmissionor nnil ae-
lloiiconiinonooil beforo Ilm Issuance uf such
cerlillciiliHif iiiiiH-ioi'iimiils.
Datod this ith dav of August, ISM.
I. Running, O'Kurlong tlssli, for H. 0,2-ycnr-old Colte; funis nf 18111..
'2.   'i'rollitlL'nl- I'lU'illK', U.lllt'lllis  	
II. Running, One Mile llinils,-' in ll	
SIM in
sam mi
ina m
I. Trotting or Pnolng, Half Mile Heals, fm- II. C. 2-yoar-old Cults, funlmif 1MB $130 lm
FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1895.
5,  ltuniiliitf, Ilalf-inili! Uontf, '2 in S -winner of niilii heat nice burred    Jlift IK)
0. Tpotting or I'acim/, Krec for All   §300110
1. Rtimilligi 1-mile lieats, i in 3, for hoi'sen owned In Yale distviel 00 days
A. D. VVORGAN.
PorlraiULuiiilsciipo Pbotographer
VKHNON, ll.C.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT
do vou no HUNTING?
OP COUilSE
Vol, will buy a MARLIN.
BECAUSE riMl
ltlii,iiii,i,llil!op-I'riitecllon.
It i lei ai iti um pl'lii-Convealoneo.
It la light wclnhi—Comfort.
It linn the IlAM.Aiai Derrel-Accuracy.
hints fewest paru-Slinpllelty,
■jcnil for complete cntnlojTtii, free. Snenlnl ]incit
of cniil.i im' l.'i ruiiin,
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
Now tluveii, Conn*
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
SITTINIISiifllie l-iiiuily C -I :,l   ,'ul,i will
lm liolilonna follows i
Al Osoyoos iiii Kridny, Mill Ooiolwr, 18DS|
Al Mlilivny 1111 Monilny, Still Ootobor, 1809,
ut. lbe hour uf olovoti oolouk iu Ilm forenoon,
lly Command
c. a. ;;. L.uim.v,
p. c. 0,
(i(iviatx.Mi.:xT OreioK, Osovoos,
I8U1 Soptombor, IE(I6,
tun 00
1100 (KI
provloua in entry •	
8. Trotting nr Pacing. Tlirei'-iniiiule class	
0. Iliinlle Unci', 11 mllo, wlnuor taking tin' whole purao.  Fur horses owned
IllKastliltiillgof Yale    t SO 00
Wnteii'H toCl
('. O'KBJKFBl, PcuHiili'iit
ut H p. in. 01
Beo l'ei
(leliilioe lllh.  J''oe rnelii'iilncH
Ifi'aiuiiioHi
A. Ct. FCLIiKR, Hoi-'y.
D.   McDUFir,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, ll.C.
A'l Kinds nf Work Exeolitod to llie Sails
mi inn nf fltistomors.
OR SALE
JOYFUL-NEWS
p-d*»- —««5CiEasrOT»«*«-'
AKANAGAN  CAWMILL,
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building !a two storeys hlgl\ nnd sta
nn its own ground nf half un acre in cxtont, and
is in a commanding btiBtnosfl i>uhi;loi.
Koh Terms ai-i'lvto.
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanaoan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
I.K.UHMl HOt'SK FOlt
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Vernon, B. O.
at 'riii''.i--.»*
:All iiiders proinplly attended lot—
Grand Forks, B.C.
KELOWNA, B, O,
You c;in now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,  Laths,   Shingles and
;:ll other kinds of house   finishings;   Rough'' and   Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from  Kettle River  District solicited and prices
IWfflkWJfWpW uP°n application to
, Igjfi-oltlicr f'.r building or gat'rtoUi'tr.
1    Aitiih ui tills olllco op lo
'" I'. Ulh'IAN MUVKR
\ j'-llMlS. IU'
L.   X.XSQTJIBXXS, PBQP,
COURTS  OF ASSIZE.
Tabic Showing the Dates and Places of Courts
of Assize. Nisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery for the
Year 1895.
FAM* ABSIZKH.
Clinton Thursday, irtllh September
Riohflold Monday, 8Qtb Soptombej
KamloopB Monday, 71 li (Jnlobep
Vornon Monday, lit h Ootobei
I.ytlun Kriday, lltli Oetobep.
New Westminster. .Wednesday, (ith Novcwbep
Vniii'Diiver Monday, llth Novembop
Victoria Tuesday, lftth Nnveuibop
Nnimiino Tuesday, ii\\\\ Nnvemhef
■Specia,! Arisi/ aWJ-U| METEOROLOGICAL UEPOBT.
Lnt 19  hung US" .ill
Altitude, 1,I»K| (cut abuve mm level.
Rainfall fur ivoek. .30 of nn Inch.
rEMI'KKATl-III* Mil   WB8K   CXIIIXU    OCT.   fl.
.Max. .Min
Sept.30  71 87
Oct.   1  till      Hi
"    2   IB 111
"    3   Hi ;ill
;; i il    »
"   li '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. nil     ii
LOCAL ANO DISTRICT.
Ladner Bros, are htisily engiiged
building a Htm two-story building upon
their rancli recently taken up lo the
west of Midway.
After pitying n visit, since leaving
here, to Victoria andother coast cities,
Captain Adanaa left for his home in
Montreal on Ocl.olicr Isl.
Mrs. llowdiiig)indl'aiuilyhave moved
oyer, lo Rook Oreek and will in future
take up their residence uu what is
known as the Nicholson ranch,
Mr. John Stevens cunie down from
Greenwood camp on Tuesday last and
proceeded ou lo Kuirview, where he
hns gone to make arrangoincnls for
doing development work on lhe Keening Slur claim.
It is reported thnt in spile of llie
fact that the farmers of lhe Okaiiagiin
are liuililing a mill of their own at
Armstrong, the mill at. Euderliy has
heen recently taking in gralnattherate
of 150 tons dnily.
Mr. Norris, assistant commissioner
nf lands and wurks, left for Vernon nn
Tuesday last, after having completed
arrangements for the currying on of
considerable road work at diU'erenl
points in the district.
As showing [ho necessity for tho establishment of a money order office
nt Midway, we may mention the fact
tlmt on last week's mail, no less than
seventeen registered lellers left the
postolllce for puinls norlli and east,
Mr. T. Hardy hns moved into his
fine new hotel, recently erected at
Boundary Kails, snd which will hear
comparison with any in lhe interior,
Mr. nud Mrs. 1'iilmei-slon and family
lefl un Wednesday lasl fur Spokane,
where fur lhe present, and perhaps for
Ihe winter, Mr. Palmerston Intends to
remain, After a short visit spout
mining friends, Mrs. Pnlilierslon nud
family will return in Midway,
Under the superintendence of .Mr. 1.
Brown, lhe mini lietwcen Anarchist
Mniiiiliiiu settlement nnd (Jump McKiuuey. is receiving some ill ten t ion in
tliu shape nf repairs, The repairs to
(ills sectiun uf runt! were luidly needed,
as a great deal of learning is done over
it, quantities of freight helng hauled
lo and fi "in l he mines hy* Ihis route,
Air. \V. Deans, formerly eonslalile al
I'eniietoii, has heen icmnvcd to Midway, having nliiiiiiii'il thi* position uf
assistant cniislnhlc iliac. Thc.ippoiiil-
liil'iil of all assistant cmislithle nl Midway lias lieen o mailer of necessity for
some lime past, us lhe duties of mining I'ecoider since lhe ptospeel ing season opened lias kepi Mi', McMynn ex-
tiemcly busy ut ulliee wurk.
From a reliable source it is learned
lhat Mr. T. lillis, nf rViiiictun, has purchased the lluynes estate, This lieing
the case, Mr. lillis will virtually own
the entire Lower Okanagan valley, between Penlictnn and Osnyuns, u distance uf some 10 miles, besides many
hundreds uf acres uf land lo tlie north
and west oft Penticton. lle may now
truly he looked upon as the land baron
of British Columbia.
Upon their pre-emption to the north
of Boundary Falls, Messrs. Winters
and Leplante are liuililing a flue residence, whicli, tu say the least, adds
quite an al tractive feature tu their
otherwise neat and pleasant surroundings. When the conteinplalcd dealing, fencing and plowing is curried
oul in the spring, few will there be ln
the neighborhood who will have a
more cheerful home.
Mr. Watson, a recent pro-emptor in
this neighborhood,1 is showing commendable energy hy building and
otherwise Improving liis holding. A
baiter class of settlers than those Ihal
have laken up land in this vicinity this
Slimmer never fou'iid their way into
any country. For conllrmiilion'of this
a glance at what has been accomplished
by such men as the Davis Bros-,, Mr.
Hopper, Mr. Caslleman and many
others will suffice.
On Monday last, our local sawmill
owner, Mr. Powers, while engaged in
the operation of greasing the saw tit
the mill, was unfortunate enough tu
meet with it nil her painful accident tu
the thumb of the right bund. The
method of applying the grease was by
holding a tallow candle tu the saw
while it was revolving rapidly, and
the candle breaking suddenly allowed
his band lo come iu contact, wilh lhe
leeXb of the saw, resulting in the back
back part of his thumb being badly
lacerated.
Mr. 11, ti. Sidley, uf Anarchist mountain, met with i| painful accident, one
day lasl week. While engaged sowing
grain wilh n seeder, he was uufortu-
nale in getting his baud caught between the cag-wheels of Um machine,
and llle result, was, beside other Injuries, the losn of n linger. Sympathy
and congratulations may be coupled
together In this Instance, however, as
fhe sowing of a linger tip upon lho
fertile soil of Mr. Sidley's farm may speaks volumes against  the theory
result hi the raising next summer of a that only upon the bottom nnd ii-ri*
full harvest hand, and ill a community  galilile land can gond crops be raised
whore laborers are scarce and wages and homes he made in this neighbor*
hich,!lhls is not lightly to be overlooked, hood.  Thousands uf acres of bottom
*'* and bench land await the advent of
MINING   NOTES. | tlu- new-comer upon the north and
west fucks uf lhe Kellle liver.   Wlm
Mr. Randolph Sluai-t has disposed of  w||| ,,,„„, ,„„• ,llk(1 (b( (ll|(] by (]llin),
his one-eighth Intel est in the. Morning, Sl) a(id ,„ lh,. wnl]th ,m] p,.(,8pi.,.|ty of i
Slur claim, Long Lake camp, lo Mr,  | h|8 most chosen mineral and iigriciil
C. L. Thomet. tural district.
Mr, Graham has again started work ►•<
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
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Hough Lumber
From *10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From .111(1 to $18
Per Thousand.
BOUNDARY FALLS
R."'
ou the Texas claim on Iiighcum moon,
tnin, nn outfit of men and provisions
haying passed lhrough Midway on
Wednesday last fnr the purpose. Tlie
two tunnels already un ihe property
ace lu he extended a distance on one
Of 76 feet and the other 60 feet,
Since Hie prospecting season opened
l his summer, no less than Ml claims
have been recorded in Hie office here,
besides n large number of transfers und
cerlilicnles uf work. Togelbi'i' wilh
returns frum miners' licenses, elc., tin-
total revenue in the government from
this district should amount lo very respectable figures before lhe cud of the
year,
A mining deal of no Utile Importance to tlie future wollfiiro mid prosperity of Long Luke cninp took place
here last Monday, when the half Interest in two milling claims, lhe Noil h
Star and Luke View, wus disposed of
liy Mr. Mr. C. L. Thoincl tp Messrs. R.
und J. W. II. Woods, of Armstrong, i
B, 0. Already the new change of'
ownership is bearing fruit, as under
Mc. Thiinicl's diieclinn men ure now
Blurting In drive a tunnel un the Lake
View cluim, whicli development work,
should it prove nf a satisfactory
character, will result, iu a large force
of men being put lu wurk, and lhe
probable Importation of machinery iu
I lie spring.
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Boundary Creek School.
Following is the report uf Boundary
Creek school, showing rank nnd merit
murks during Septum ben
Third Class, Maximum Marks 050-
Jessie Murray, 8(11; Willie Melville,
870; Eddie Melville, 721: Alma Hopper, 657; Ivit .lakes, 223.
Second Senior. Maximum marks 600—
Willie .11 iirray, IC5.
Second Junior-Walter Melville, 602t
Hai ry Pahnoi-ston, 1711; Walter Murray, 1(11.
II Primer, Maximum murks 600—
George Murray, 527.
I Primer, Maximum MnrksBOO-Jobn
Thornton, 450,
Churl dlass, Maximum Marks, 100-
Mtii-y Thornton, 1128; Colin Palnier-
ston. 225] Caroline Thoi'iit.nu, 118.
A. M. Lewis, Teacher,
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lloooiit Publications,
We huve receiilly received and have
pleasure in nol ing two very valuable
emitI'llmtliins tu provincial literature:
lhe one iii lhe form of n pamphlet,
edited liy Charles Sl. llnrlie, mul entitled "Tlie Kniilenny Mines," which
undoubtedly will by a wide circulation
attract n good deal of attention, The
piiliiphlel has heen carefully edited
mid typographically is neat and clearly
printed.
The other, a irinnlh'y publication,
I he "British Cnlninnia Mining Recui-i-,"
a journal foe the need of which lhe
province bus been crying aloud foe
niaiiyaday past, and which, shuuld
future numbers retain the same grade
of excellence, bulb ', typographically
nnd in its editorial matter, will ho a
welcome visitor not only tn miners
uf tlie province, bid to Hnaiicial and
mining men in any part of the world.
A long fell want is now lining supplied
nnd British Columbians will he ungenerous indeed if lhey do not given
liberal support lo lhe publication, of
which tiiey have every reason justly to
feel proud. The Advance tenders its
hearty'vishes fnt'success tu thu must
recent aspirant among tlie ranks of
provincial journalism, the British Columbia Mining Record,
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Tliey Aro Rustlers.
Quite a transformation has taken
place in lhe neighborhood of Jtidwav
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Corrootlons Necessary.
TheBri ish Columbia Mining Record, iffl
in Its Initial number presents in tabu- go CHEMIST
laled tiirin the mining centres of Br' '
tisli Columbia nnil Imw lu reach them,
which, ns regards that purl inn uf the
province  known as Vale District, isj&jf
rather inaccurate,   We therefore reproduce lhe table and  append  tbe
necessary corrections as applied to a
portion of the district:
Boundary Creek—Nearest railway
slat ion, Vernon,
Fairview Cninp—Comiiiuiiicittlmi by
boai from Penticton, and by stage,
Kellle River—('iiiuinuiiieiilion by
stage with Katiiloops and Vernon
Midway   IIH miles from Okanagnn Im
Lauding wagon mail, weekly mail.      \w
Okanagan- Rati from Sicamous sla- !3h
li illl'. P. 11. a',1
Okanagan Mission—Rail from Sica* IM
moils lo Vernon, thence hy singe. ic
Osoyoos—Rail and stage lo Oktimigiin iffl
Mission, thence liy livery. ;g£}
Rock Oreek—Rnil from Slei us io *<?
Vernon, stugo to Mission, und thence l.ffl
by lively.
Spallumclieeti — Sicamous to En-
derliy, und thence (I miles.
Vernon—Rati from Sicamous,
Boundary Creek —Nun rest railway
stal inn un theS. and O. II.. Okanagan
Landing, thence by steamer lo Penticton nod ou l.y stage to Midway.
Fairview Oamp—Communication by
boat from Okiinngitn Lauding lo Penticton, and thence by slage.
Kettle River—Steamer from Ok nun
gun Landing to Penticton, thence by
singe.
Midway—Rail frum Sicmunus to
Okanagan Landing, sleaiuei' to Pentictou and uu by sluge,
Okanagan Mission—Rail from Sicamous to Vernon, llii'iice liy stage, ur
by steamer from Okanagan Bunding
iu Kulowiiii, thence by livery,
Osoyoos llnil I ii Okanagnn Banding,
steamer in Pentictiuu, and thence liy
sluge,
Buck Creek — llnil lo Okanagan
Bunding, stcnuipr to Penticton, uinl
thence by stage,
Any of these points may lie reached
hy rail from Spokane to Marcus, and
thence by singe, twice a week.
Mail singe leaves Pentictou for
Midway every Thursday morning.
Mure Dlvltlontts.
On Monday Insl, at a ineeling uf lhe
directors of lhe Aluinn Mining com.
puny, held at. lhe eoneeutrtitor, Three
Folks, a dividend ot 71 pec cent.,
amounting In tjt86,0CO, wns declared,
Al Ibe same time the proprietors of
Hie Idaho, which is a private partner*
ship, divided $1,600 iiiuongthemselves,
In April lust lhey received $80,000.
Very little nre luis been shipped from
the mine during the summer, which
accounts for the disparity iq the dividends, Work is now fully resumed
and the output will sunn he large. The
Alamo is supplying lhe concentrator
wiih sufficient ore to turn out twenty
tons of concentrates daily,
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JH'IIDKIt  AT  THAU,,
Moi-i-ls O'Connor, a Prosnoctor, Kills II.
Cook, a Mining- Export.
News conies of a horrible inm-der
committed near Trail Creek last week.
Morris O'Connor, a prospector owning
several claims, took a mining expert
named B. Cook tu look nt them, lie
and Cook camped out on a mountain,
nnd during lbe nighl O'Connor, wlm
bud been drinking heavily, arose iiiid
Inking a pick drove it clean through
Cnnk's brain, pinning liis bend dnwn
to ilie ground. Be then grasped un
axe and llnished liis bloody deed by
hacking his victim in a horrible manner, Tbe nnil Milled body was found
next morning by some miners, whn
JAKES, M.D., CM.
IIV AI Till VTH KYI-
RESIDENT PHVSICIAN TO KETTLE MVEB
DISTBICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARV FALLS.
J. S. DONALDSON
^BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
DRUGGIST
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
VERNON, B. C.
A Full Bine ut-j&i,
Drugs
Patent Modicines
Toilet Ariicfes
Trusses, &c.
Mall   Orders   From   the   Lower
Country   Will   receive
Prompl Attention.
£i£ Centrally Located Stopping Piace for Tiirce Different, Stage Lines.   No
Ti-ouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
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Good Stabling.
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R. N. TAYLOR,
Dispensing and.
Family Chemist
VF.K.NON.li.C.
« Large Stock of_^^
QUASSIA CHIPS
AKD
WHALE OIL SOAP
on Hand.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters  for   Miners'   Supplies.
A COOl) STOCK OK
groceries, GlotKin.f!, Boots and Shoes,
foWder, Etc.
RECEIVED THIS WEEK A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Men's and Women's Shoes,
Jootis, Hals, Ribbons.
Orders Taken fur All Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
B. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
SOLE   AOENT   FOR
Chas. Cluthe's Columbia Wire Truss,
The Ugliest uml .Must Perfect Truss iu
the Market,
Sand YoiH1 Oi-Jar io
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C,
Bntes from Penticton tu Cninp McKinney, liuck Creek. Midway nnd
Buitudiiry Fulls, two cents per pound fur two tuns nr under, Jlnrcus tu Midway, tlie siiiiie rale.   .Murciis to Grand Prairie une cent per pound,
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
Lapse k LloyMone
luiidS
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Floor anil Feed, Hay and Srain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $53
an acre,  well improved.
IiBpiine & Ltoyd-Jies, Kelowna.
CENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
S PO K A N E    F A I. I. S,
I'. O. Ilox 50a,
Washirjglori
A. J. SPBOLE'S EXPRESS STAGE LINE
will leave lentictoti
Saturday, arriving nt
the same evening
GOIWB   SOUTH
7 a. ni. every Tuesday, Thursday  and
Fairview i p. m., and Oro, Washington,
NOTICE
GOIlfG  STORTa
eave Oro, Washington, 7 a. ,11., Mondays,
P'
UBLIO NOTICK  is HKRKBY GIVEN,
under authority nf llio provisions of llie
" Iiiiiid -\ci. A nioiitl men I Act,1803," tlml allnr-
rein's iiiiiiii prfwnijilioiiH or puruliasuft oulstuwl-
ing on tlio 21st da) of Kounmry. 18113, nro pay
nolo in the equal annual liiHtnlinonte, together
will. Intorosl mi thounpnl I Imlnncoaf Hit-rati1
of ;*ix per eont. per annum, Thofirsl Instalment
togothor "iiii Inlorcal from Mm liint   "
Kobrnnry, ISM, in due and must lit- unit1
boforo tho 81st flooombor, 181)3.  In defnul
sui'li jiiiyniL'iil Immediate slopa will bo taken
.                    . .  fnr the cancellation uf any records ur atfreo-
'organized a posse anil soon ciipHiml  nieniKconcerningmichlands,
since last spring, l,y the settlors who O'Connor. It Is uglithcti lilted    n™,tv CommMouorof iJLWui
invi' 1-iL'i-n   nn   nitn.nmni-tniiu   mm   u-Ii.iM i     I'OpUtJ •L/Oinmi8«101IOrOIIJIIUWIUU  HorKS.
uuLtakin up|,i,.e„pluns on «l,,,t the deed while crazy from drink. ,   violorta.ttl',.sili AugimUM,
f.icrnci-ly was considered  iincullivnt-
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C,
11
Wednesdays
i. ni., connecting with
Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
O. B. NELSON, SPOKANE.
P. B. NELSON.
. RESERVATION JR/^DiJMQ GO.
DEALER8 IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
iiiile and uiiprotiliililti hencli lands, Imt
whicli as a result uf the sinuinei-'s experiment iiimisliiKvegelBlileSiti'iiitiiiid
grain liave heen proven uf great value.
The. ranches hi question lie to the east
ni' Inghrain nuiiiiiluiii. and now thai a
uutiiliei- of families huve gitlhcrcd
there il should lie designilletl liy llie
inline of Hopper selllement, uul. uf
compliment in the pioneer who was
the (list, lu recognize ihe vitluenf these
bench lands nud Lu. put Ilis opinions to
proof hy growing, and thai luxuriantly,
aluiiit iiluiust every kind of vegetable
and grain, as nn experiment, lu be
found in u seiiliniiii's catalogue To
lhe inquisitive lines and those wishing
lo gain information us In lhe pussl*
liilit.y of a settler gulng iulu ii new
country und making a living by taking
up land, we would recommend au inspection of Ihis settlement, su thai
they might see What could be dune in
lhe short space uf nne season by a,
family willing to work in the way uf [ _, _  -.^ —^ _^ _ _ _   .   „    __ _   ,   „    „ „   .
building,  fencing,   hrenking up  land    |J IM    Ki PCAI     KlVlAi     KA
and llie making of a b e generally. | ** V/  A   J-#J-#      X H.Xii-< i^j XVAJT \A~il%£W.
Those whn are nut aci|iiaiuted with
the enecgetic character of snine iif our
new setllei'-, WOlilh lieiislntiislieilcnii'il
they see lhe line houses, hums, liny
stacks, grain stacks, fencing ami other
improvements tliat have been carried
mu iu this new settlement, mul which I tr r^irut-i-Imhw Awomrooclntlnn ut tin* SIcnmouH .Ttmotlon Mou«o,
| j VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspborry, Strawberry, Orange,  Pineapple,  Vanilla, Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write fop
Prices.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.
SHERBROOKE, QUEBEC,
STORE  LOCATED  AT
■     •      FOURTH   JUlV  ORE5K,  WASH. ]
■■■■■■■■MMOBaMr
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best.
VERNON, I! C
W. J. MEAKIN
PROPRIETOR
THIS   IIOTI'II,  N'lOI'IDS   NO   SPKCIAI.   It V.l '(l.M M K\ IlA'I'Itl.N
Special Compressors driven by
PELTON      WATER
WHEEL
mounted direct upon iriilik-sliatl. es-
pcclallyadnptedfor
utilizing the power
of iiiimniiiin slenrnt
as shown In Illustration.
J
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. WILL HAVE TWO,
THE PEOPLE OF ROSSLAND ARE
FAIRLY IN IT.
Permanent Surveys of the Canadian Pacilic
and Spokane and Northern Now Made -
How tho Two Roads Purpose Covering
the Mines -All the Prominent Mines Will
Be Tapped by the Rival Roads,
Surveyors of the Canadian Pacific,
reached Rossland a few days ago and
have been at work all week making
permanent local Inns fur Hie line. The
l-n.-iil will conie ill bv lbe way of On*
liiuibiii mountain, running around the
smith Inise, then crossing ibe Monte
iviain mountain, running uear tlie
Iron Horse, and crossing OeulreStar
creek mil fnr frum the Centre Star
mine, parsing over lo Red Mountain
uinl skirl in? mound by tin* Nickle
I'lnle mine below the War linglu and
Le Roi, going around lhe south base
uf Red mountain, aiid gelling dnwn
IntoUie Trull Oreek valley, then tinning dnwn 'I mil creek nml running
-luwii three miles und u half, I hen I urn-
ing Illll III In (iniil, 11 Willi the line lip*
jirouclilug town. Thus n complete dr.
mil will be made with a Hue on a
lower grade than most uf the mines,
'The main line runs in a northeasterly
direct mu lu the Uolumhiu river, The
point where the junction will be niinle
■wilh Ihe river is ttvn miles above Kill.
Jiviin creek und sixteen miles from
Rossland. Shuuld developments on
.Sullivan and Murphy creeks prove illl-
•iiirlimt the mad will be iu u position
In serve lhe mines there. .Insl when
lbe ('. I'. It. will build iulu Rossland is
mil yel nniiiiiinccd, but il is hardly
probable it will lie before spring. All
the surveys will be completed Ibis fall
jind everything made ready for Ihe
rapid prosecution of work when tlie
joinpany thinks the moment to begin
wiiik Ji/isarrived,
The Spokane nml Null hem is nnl
winning ill Ihis fall, but will be here
next spring. President Col-bin says he
■h ill be ready for business by .lime 1.
Ills surveys are now all completed lie-
Iwceii here aud Northport, 'lhe line
w ill approach town by way of Little
Sheep creek, und at a point, a little
southwest uf Red mountain a line will
be run nlf itn the southeast lo itcenui-
modulo llie lloinesiiike, Monday,
■Gopher, Maid nf Erin, Roliprl E. Lee
and other mines in the South Bell,
while lhe main line will pass around
thu soul ti side of lied mountain on ii
line half way up Ihe mountain mul
conie illnllllll nil the enst side su ns In
nicnniiiiuilute the Le Roi, Wm- Eagle,
Nickel Plate, Centre Star mul Cliff,
I bell cross the gulch and pusson the
si mill side of Monte Cristo mountain
•ind oh 10 Columbia mountain, in thi
way .llr. Col-bin expects to gridiron
llie ciunp and serve almost every ini*
piirtniit shipping mine. Tlie plans of
bolh tlie Spokane nud Northern and
<'. I', I!, are very comprehensive und
it is to be hoped tlml the tonnage of
tiie camp will be ample tu justify these
complete systems next, spring, if sn,
we shall have very animated times iu
and about Rossland,
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THE  NEW  BNISMY.
vitals, A new gospel liiiscume iimnng
us, according to which 'It is menu to
tub a hen roost of a hen, hut plunder.
'■ ing thousands make iis gentlemen,'
"My friends, Ibe men nf lhe past
did Iheir duty.   Shall  we do ours?
I They were asked to face death, Ynu
inay have to face ciluumy nnil obloquy,
| Nn inan ever served his country wilh*
I out being vilified, for nil who make a
profit of injustice will he your enemies.
But us sure us the heavens are high
and justice is eternal, ynu will triumph
In tbe end."
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New Style Locomotive.
The G, T. R, have lately I n Hying
n new style nf locomotive fitted wilh
patented devices, the must. Impnitunt
1 uf which are twu cylinders, nne 1(1 nnd
the uihec 20 Inches, and sn arranged
that tlie steam is used in the larger une
after il has done its wink in the
smaller, When lasted, lhe engine
drew-III loaded cars frum llrnckville Iii
Montreal, with a consumption of four
nnd a half tons of coal, An ordinary
engine hauling luilf thul number nf
cars the same distance uses the tuns
uf coal.
S. A. SHATFORD iSTOVES! STOVES!
T&JP&- Goods and B3CillixB.ea«3r
V E R N O N.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
IN DRESS GOODS ;?„>£™™$,mmm,M,rt"K"t rtl'«»ll'eUtelT™'-
!M MM I IVKk'V woarosuTowecftiiplorUwyoii.ftBWolmvoaflwtolnssmHUnmvftiitl
11\ milium Ij1\ i oanjrtvoyou tho luteal lutfioHo goods al pricos uover boforo hoardof
OTTR H'RK'^'sM A kr K R hiu bad largo experience at tlio buainosB, anil a perfect
WUIV  L/x\i^ooiYirvi\i_*i\ qi [g guaranteed providing you mud tbe correct measure
ymi money if vou send yot
TUHM8 OABtl With Orokr,
Remember w	
orders to us. gond ono to-day und bo ooiivlncod.
QAMPBELL BROS.
J.McNICOL
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Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Etc.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
F XT XI UJ 3LT XT St. 33,
dy6m i VERNON, B, C.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
A I.I. KINDS UV
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Promises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
A Fuil Line of
All Sizes.
$
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McNICO
MIDWAY, B, C.
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow,
BI'/rWKlCN Hilly and Seventy Acres Olonral
mul Driiitmil.  six mill's from Cninp Mi*
Kinney, duo Mile from wiujgon ru.ul.
A|i|ily ADVAXCH OrTIOB.
.rf-^s*?^:-^*. s
StarW
HORSES boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
m Single Drivers
0
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Double Drivers
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
D   Saddle Horses
TSiEiSr: .'iKaKlTj.
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming attended
DI
Qerxtle double drivers
Qerxtle single drivers,
c  Qerxtle saddle horses
ATHAM WAGONS Al TRUCKS
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All   the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
yrxixtiBio^. ob.o.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,  II. O.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
80LK AGENTS Will
Brantford ® Binders § and ® Mowers
TIIK BEST IN TIIK MA11KI.T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
G. F. Costerton, -A-greax-fc.
BANfcMONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pres,     HON'. (IHO. E, DHUMMOND, Viet-Pni
E, 8, CLOL'STON, Gexktial Maxaukk
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
XV. OALRYMPLE
Gronerol     DBl«cl*cfsa«xi-fcli
FAIRVIEW, II. ('.
All  Kinds at Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
SPOKANE FALLS
and
1RTBEI RAILWAY
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1UTK0K INTKRKST AT I'HKSKNT 111 ['Kit t'KNT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
"inlnn, ISiiff., Now York and Chicngo, und in all tho prineipal citl'i
iiiitlii.   BuyutidSell Sterling Jixrhnngonmit/ilbleTransfers.  Grunt
 i uinl nnd i r.ni'liin,i,r ii eiiil K.iivuilulili'in uuy imrtdf llie wurlil.   ■
Drafts Issued.
I     a   til   Bll,* j
SiflSSJfiliS*)"
Jf'
Nelson& Fort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C.
3n!y through line to Nelson,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
ant, £ioci.ri Points.
Dully (except Sunday) between 8po*
kiiiieiinil Noi'llipnrl,
Ti-i-wi'i'kly  between  Northport  nud
Nelsun.
OOINO NORTH (KllNtl SIUIT11
llilll) ii. iii MARCUS 2.21) p. in.
I Railway, Mining and Agricultural j
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
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412
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1   Lots
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st:
OnTuosilttj'8, Thursdays, and Saturday)!, train
i will run through to Nolson, arriving al 5:z6p.iii,,
! iitaktiuj oIobo connection with tho Hioainor Nc 1 -
Bun for Kaslo ami nil lake points, arriving at i
Kustoiit !i:ii'i iuu. siuni! iln>ri.  lie turning, pas* *
Botig-jrs will leave lako points anil Nolsonon 1
Mondays, WoditoHdaysaiid Fridays, arriving nt 4\
Spokane stum: diiv
hiHBoiigurfl for Kottlo River and Houudary
Crook connoot ut Marcus with stagoon Mondays, Wctluowlayi, Thursdays, and Prldayi,
Por TRAIL CREKK MINK8 connoot al
Ntii'ihiHirt wiih utago lino dally.
Knr Nakusp ami ItovolBtoko conned at North
port with bout Wodnouiaysand Haturdays,
auglfitf
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
KEKH> BI^OS.,
BUTCHERS,
Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
19m
(Governor Altpi'lil's SciiHatloniil Spoecli
on tliu I-'lalil of Cliiittuitooga,
V Instead of an nriiied fnree lhat we
iuu iiiei'l nn the field, there is in-iluy
•in enemy tlmt is Invlelble, but everywhere tit Wurk destroying our instil ii-
linns. Thnl eni'iiiy is cniriiptinn. It.
(leeks In dii-ei-t iidiuiiil iii-linn, it die*
.tiitas ll'glsllttioll und I'lidi'iivnrs to cnn*
Uul the eonstriielloii nf tliu laws, ll
j-ei'ks In control tlin press, to sel
fashions and shape public sunt Intent;
bus eiiiusciiliili'd Aiiii'i-ii'iiu polities,
and places It ou the low plane tifjiiK*
(fiery. The tendency is now for political parties to forsake principle nnd follow expediency, und Iheir platforms
are often drawn to evade or straddle
every live issue. The idea is now to
tajolu rather than to convince, to
ignore' (treat wrongs nud wink ul
abuses, in court the support nf conflicting Interests! though ii. Involves
the deception of one or both, We ure
substituting offlei'-sueking and office.
holding for real achievements, and in-
stead nf great careers it) public life we
art facing u harvest of slippery, blear,
eyed nnd empty mediocrity, which
glides Inlo plillvlnn without llio assist-
mn r* of death, To be nn eligible ciiinii*
ilnle for olllee now oft-en'means to
eland for nothing in paitleiiliii-iind In
represent no dcHnlle principle, I ul nil
things In all men uml in llie end to be
contemptible,
••Thiriy-finir years ago ihe call wasj MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS n0 Trouble op Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable
to fight, nil open enemy iu Ihe Held.
'entictou Livery, Feed and Si State
 +	
+
| Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
W. H. NORRIS, ou .0 • R. C. ADAMS,
Midway, B. C. Montreal, P, Q,
tiff IMfttiir:
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HltlXCllK:
VANCOUVER     *
VICTORIA
Vornon lirancli
Collections Made to all Points.
S IN UUITISIl COLUMtllA :
-     NEW WESTMINSTER,
-     *     -       NELSON
. A. HENDERSON : Manager.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
#
:. n|
liiiilmi^iiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiisi!
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
'J'o day our coiiiili-y is culling for men
who will be true In republican Institu*
linns/it Inline. Never before did Ibis
republic call so loudly its il docs to-iluy
for a strong, sturdy umiihnod that will
stand iipdi-liaiitly antl dare tiido right,
Por more than u decade tlie tendency
jn lids counlry lias been towards u
colorless nnd negative deleltanli'lsiii,
luiving the coiiiilenaii'i f the I'liuri-
pue willi (lie greet! nf llie wolf, und
drawing all its iiispiiyffii
/iilm-uf inni-anlralail i'liii
tvenllli.   The Hug bus been pruised nl
cliiuii|wgiie dinners, while the very
Moat tlcltvoroil nl ltock Crook nnd nil Ilm
Mining Cniinw,
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars.        -       -        Good Stabling.
J. W. I<i:ici),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Wiii-runti'il.     nit-Sin
:li:;;!::IVepnoii Private College.
VERNON, B. C.
DLACKSRSBTH  AND   WHEELWHIGillT.
HORSESHGEINQ  AKiS  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
: FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
I
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobacco* A Cigar*.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good .Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Jim-ens, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
poMiniu u-biili it floated wus being p AliKII-'.N MliVKR, PllINCIl'AL.
•-iiti.il off by corruption,und repnnllefin
iiisljtuljniis were being slnlibcd In the j SKNU KOIt l'IIO*i)'l''.("|'l,'S,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
C,. O. SHUHSON, Prop.
KAlltVIEW, li. 0,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION        T~       . GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXFRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLTCk1,
Prop.,
Grand Forks, B. C
E&jSLEflTS   HOS-Iff   HOTBL.
LUMBY, B. 0.
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Singes to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Xjoixis nVLorau-cl, Prop,

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