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 Vol. I, No, 22,
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPJSPER 26, ISO!.
JiVe always have im hand a well selected stock of the following good:
Uroeerles,      Clothing,
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings,
Soots k Sloes,  Hardware, Ete., Etc.
ALL AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
Fairview and Vernon,
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PENTICTON
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J. THURBER, Prop,
at tlie Foot of Okanagan Lake. $f
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Stage Connection with SS, Aberdeen
i.o Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties,
M Boating and Pishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire,
EC SB X. O "W W A..
flpy Goads, Groceries, Roady-Iade Clothing; Hardware, Etc., Etc,
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Prices Reasonable.
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Manufacturers of
Smiles, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc,, ete.
All kinds of Factory Work kept in
stuck and made to order.
The best of material used,
Coast cedar worked into furnishings a
specialty.
Write for prices and discounts,
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kepi i'i Block,
Sawmill on Okanagp Lake, handy to
shipment,
Snisii nml Hoot' factory o.n (.'. J1. Itnil-
Wiiy at Vernon..
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J. E. MATHESON
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MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete.  Extra good quality and
value in all the latest patterns for
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Excellent Trimmings, Good Fit and Good
Workmanship.
I can give Satisfaction,   A Trial Will
Convince,
9ARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices.
^EQUIME   *   POWERS, Proprietors.
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THE McARTHUR-FORREST
PROCESS.
(By J, 8, McAi'lhur.)
In order to imdi rstaud the present
systems of gold extriiolion to pro]  .
appri -la;,' in' n il, iilri ady done, anil
in giiaj o Uio di :'   '       alii ady surmounted, il is n,' i'  iirj lor n  hi look
buck an I trace tbe nection but ivi en
the known forms of gold as i nind in
nature and Ihe inelbods used lo si liar-
alt il from il   lm ,' i iivirontnents,
In the  tii'I I  ■ Id would nalur-
allj   i,"I;,   i ii  i.. ....  iii  nu ■       and
".  'ia  (out1 il   iret i   derived [roni
it r a -ian word moaning a grain) which
!■ quired uo ineaus of separatl in I, i-
yi'ilil   p| :kjllg   lip   happy   a:;     will  :
■ ' only I i lie pi bed up I
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,li,a , to gold du :. aud thi wu nu
doubl separated from tliu sand or
earthy matter with which ii waa .. o-
ciati -I by the skilful use of uircurn a ■
« hicli were can i 1" blow away tb i
sand, leaving the precious metallic
dust, This method Isstill practised in
Aral in and the East, V\ heroverwater
was plentiful i; was found that it di<l
the reqnii id separtion bettor and in ire
ec iiioinically than air, a method of
: opi ration which has-been, and a! ill is,
In u-r evotywhoro all over tho"Wot'l*l,
The prospector, digger, explori a. an 1
I'Vai: the tourist now iday ■ provides
himself a "pan" in which to wash a
sample of "dirt" al theneai ■'. stream.
Prom the pan comes the ''cradle,"
"long torn," ami the innumerable
mechanical arrangements for the separation of gull! from earthy mutters,
l'p lu ibis point we have only
i i -!■:■: i ,a mo ins of si paruti a which
depend on the 8]  cifii  .... ,'ily i ,' gi '
A   MAODONALD,
BARRISTER,
, AVIMUIE.
VERNON, II. C
POOHRANE k BILLINGS,
BABUISTEBS, K"i,li I'l'iilis AXI)
NOTAMES PUBLIC.
Ofilcc: Gllmoro's Block, Barnard Avonuo,
VERNON,     -     il. ('.
IV. 31. COCIIHAHE. HlF.li. IllI.I.IN'CS
D   F. BOYCE,
fhysieian and Surgeon.
KELOWNA. II. ('.
F)  L. BECKINGSAIE, M.D., CM,
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY
VERNON, B. C, \sia
Foi'iiKJl'lc on stall'ol Huntington Ooutil), rit
Slookivcll Envoi- nml Hnwllpoii, Qu'oop Clnir- w
liiiii''.' LybiK-Iilj nml Victoria  liu-iiHuls  '' " ';
Children; '
R. N. TAYLOR,
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V'lJ DRUGS AMD CHEMICALS, $£
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8, CROW«LL,
TIIOXSOX ST., I olIM'X,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ofiice and Store Fittings a Specialty.
H.
iv, RAYMER,
CONTRACTOR a?dBU|Ll>ER,
KELOWNA, II. C.
Plans anil BpoalOcatlons pronarod nnd ostl-
nintos tui'iiisliod mi nil kliida o( buildings,
P H. LATIMIIII,
viiunon, n.c,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Mom. Amor. Hoe. Irrlg, Engs.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. JI., 13. 0. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AMD DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey Work, with Plans and Estimates,
In Any Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of any Portion of
Osoyoos District.
VERNON, BOUNDARY CREEK, KETTLE RIVER
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Orders by Mall rcccivocarotid Alton
K? tion and Quick Disintch.
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I Speetaclos and Eyeglasses U
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FAIRVIEW HOTEL
(NoxttoMr. EUlot's store,]
JOHN MOFFAT, PEOP.
IbisHla.ae i'l the evolution of g a.! i :-
; 'action we iind ilia first move I
towards a  chemical method.   \\'li"ii
tin ia' was a lai of rich dirt in bis pan
iJn: digger found  ii   very difflcull i-i
wash away the lasl nl' tin' sand without losing a large proportion of ilia
finely divided uo'A, so he iiii on the
■ xpedienl nf pouring in a little u i a
eiii'V, which formed a heavy, massive.
Iluidalloy with the gold, making the
separation of the laa! portions of :!:
liialil granular sand a very easy ma!
This plan is sliil in world-wide use
alike by Ilia solitary dig aa   who bias
i:i a  lorn ly can; on and by the wi II-
orgaiiizcd company that "hydra ;!'
'a a. Lous uf   pay lb ■." ne ■ day,
Let us now look a, the pro ..,; : .
i,r lb.' gold industry, Lot us :..; iginoa
diggi a who lias exhausted all the gravel
anil pny i!;.i ia the canyon or gully ;
ho travels up Iho gully looking In Un
right lmud
$2,00 per Year.
plllll' a,nl li, ■■ lin lai... as well as lilt
gold  ia "     iiu.bji aim with lbe niei-
(ail'V, sn !::.:! :!,,   la :li.:l) g:,l    ft'OIIl   till:
amalgam often contains over 05 pei
cent, oi copper, haul and other base
metal ■, while there u u corresponding
issof mi riaiy, which ia carried away
partly a- ulpliidu and partly in a
"Hour: i.- ite" the flouring is causal
by Un- small glubules "f mercury being
coated uiili a flliu of Biilphldo »f man
eiii'y whli li previ nl - the particles coat
" ring. Thus there is a double loss
cliei i :!. ty i!i" 1 irinal Ion of sulphidii
if i ,. ury, and mei banlcal by flotii'/
. I'bls loss is so •■', II known l li.it
concentratesuru only treatid by ibis
ifamal(! iinatioiiiiilociilltlHswhere
nature iorblds an) moru elaborate proi
cess, Soinethnes the iimount of loss
a...;, '..■ ',:■   ';."': by rousting the con.
■   i   ' o., ■ -.  '•—
I by a : in am- a perfect remedy,
a Uio roasting n moves only volatilt
constitiii ni . oi iin- concentrates, prin,
clpillly Blllplllir, v.'bile lbe base   liieia.ls,
a a 1, bIijc, fcc, are lefl in the form of
Baud ua-'aaliieii'i'ipiiva-
Icnl of mercury, Attempts have nisi)
been made io decrease lin- loss of inoiv
may and increasi tiie yield of gold by
adding to the contents of ihe pan all
sorts of chemicals to "doctor" lin-
"sickened," that ia, floured mercury,
'! In ehi a aa larfegsnerally nilxlmd
of sulphate of iron, sulphate of copper,
salt, !:... soda, &c, Thjskind ''doctor,
ing" may he elj'e.ctivu in some cases,
h.i' ii is si laaii proi tjcod wit h iutellj.
gence, Wher i.'a pcfi uti)go of eon,
centrates is limited, and where thero
area number of mines, it is common fop
ftoine enterprising man to set up a
smelting or chlorination work whicli
i mad lai ,■■ enough to deal with tlm
.. a,;..;,. ,,;' the district, i will out
take timi!; ; ;ci ibe Ihe various pro,
, .... oi B1UI iiiii;;. nol' coijld il he done
at any ovoning scdomnt, hul we may
hear in mind ilaii all smelting pro,
end.with alloying the gold with
lead, and cupelling in the usual way
with which we are all familiar, lie-,
ciuiso of the obvious impracticability
of smelting, reqpiriiig well-built bricli
furnaces, coal, fluxes, iVc, at the typi,
cal gold inine high up on the mountain
tange, possibly near nr beyond the
timber line, chlorination is much more
commonly practisod and consequently
merits a full description, lu giviujj
this description I will confine myself
chiefly to ihe qld standard Plattneu
;...■ lasl have seen ii. practised in
California, where limber i.s abundant
•':   TO.
The li. :. a:,: e.-,--i ii! ail operation prior
lo chlorination proper is roasting,   It
i obvious Unit a mixture of sulphides
and arsenides oi   iron,  copper,  lead,
1 In tiieloft for traces of j zinz'llml ni,'[:'ls Renemlly will absorb
11H,,al    Occasionally In   an alniost, lmlimitod amount of chlor.
fludsa piece ot gold-bearing rock and l™<™ t]a\ ^. ,S™H p,1'0P,m'tJU"..^
gold pies: iii would I':!!'!' badly iu tllQ
general scramble of ihe molecules for
chlorine,   Thai Ihe metals may have
is led oil and on till he finds lbe source
of these auriferous stom s to lie a wot.
'Sow  begins gold mining pro;., r,   A|
shaft is' sunk on the reef nr n tunnel \ th° lonst opportunity to combine with
EXCELLENT EOAfiD
G90I1 STABLING
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
C. D^ B. GREEN,
Assoc, Moin. Can. Soc. C. E,
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In the Lowor.
Country from tho Slmllknmeen to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to
Paymont will he rucclvod oitlior lo Cash,
Stock, Produce or labor.
W. W. GIBBS.
Assay ek,,
PouNDARV Palls,
Snmploa by Mall will rcci)b[o'pi'0inp,tntlontloii.
W. C. POUND,
TAXIDER'Tl IT.
minis, AMll.U.s AND 1 i-:i  MOI ',;,::■
IN AtU'KorillA'iE .i'i i.i:a.
Native Birds and Honda Kopt lor Sale
Orders   liy  mail  >■ live  prompl   nitration,
Mounting Heads iiSiicelnlly,
VERNON, B.C.
P. H. JACQUES,
Wat.ohas, Clocks ancl Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silvervvare.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B.O.
¥()}■: SALE
160 Acres of Lngd. All Meadow.
BETWEEN' Slxtymid Seventy AcrosOleorcfl
nail lii'iilni'd.  six inilca from Caiup Mo*
Kinney. One Mile from ivaggon road,
Apnly ADVANCE 01''I''ll!E
W. DALin'JII'l.l';.
GejukOX*ulL     2r5J.Sfci.'3ln:rj.lat2.i'l.E3.
I'AIIIVIKAV, I!. ('.
All Kinds oi' Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Special :.
The Cozy Shaving Parlor
VERNON n.c.
Tho Gilmore Block.
Opposite th V oA Office.
,     ia .iit-a' ami  Cliiliti',a,'   lialr-i Uttlng iind
rthumpooliig n Bpeolidty,
'. ?,nr'.Oj.iji,i;i!t'I.lY: I'l'iip,
driven into itiuid greal masses of oa It
arc brought to thi' surface, and naturally the miner is lid to iuiitato nature
by crushing Ibis rock to a line sand,
and then bo modifies lbe treatment
formerly given to alluvial deposits lo
adapt ii. In the new circitmstanci -.
The nre, immediately on being crushed
lo powder (which i.- usu lly dune by
huge gravitation stamps), is carried
ovi !-an amalgamated copp: r plate j
a stream of water. In passing over
tho amalgamal al plate Iii" gold i;
caught hy the mercury, while ihe sand,
now called tailings, is washed off. The
gold is recovered by sculping the
amalgam oil ihe poppi a plate a: stated
intervals, generally unco a month,
i, lien by distillation lin mercury is recovered, as well a. Ihe ':'"al separali d.
If all tlie gold Iho ore contained existed
in ihe heavy metallic form Ilie re every liy tills in, thotl would I,., ,a...,a.:,a ■
and Ihi' hn-. nil: bul ih" tailill [8 mi
fa, ononlly found to contain a littio
gold, aial oa clu io examination particles of pyrites an.! iulpliides of th"
various base iiu'lids arc found diffused
lhrough Iho mn ■■. When these n
IferoiiH particles arnsi paruti <i train ihe
ma a ,,| tailings il. is found th ii they
principally contain the gold, so that ii
is now una! in practice to pass ihe
tailings through bouio Form of coiicen
trillingmachiucry, of which It.' welt
know Fun'valine)' Is a good example,
whereby Ihe pyrites and otber sulphides aro rctaim d in virtue ol their
higher specific gravity nnd tho sand
washed away, The rich proportion,
now called "concentrates," may contain up to 'Jl ounces of gold por ton,
though I or ,') ounces is much nearer
the average figure,
If the  coiiceutrali     a"   . ;iu lined
closely, :' ic al'ty. no free
gold can h ■ disthlgl'j :ll ■■:. and if they
be treated with mercury Ibey will
yield to ii Htflo more or none ol ilaaa
gold contents, Sometimes a coiisidor-
.".!'!.■ ja.. a ■:, [ [old may In gol from
tliutn by a long coutinui d grlndiug iu
cast-iron pans in presence of niorcury:
this grinding seems to force Ihe sul-
ilorino, the sulphur is expelled and
their iillinities satisfied as far ns possible with oxygen by roasting. The
roasting is generally done in a largo
t'evevberatory furnace Ibal has no very
noteworthy feature in its construction.
The concentrates are charged ink) the
furnace at the cold end, healed very
gradually, continually sliced and.
slowly worked forward into the butt est.
part, care lieing taken to admit ale
freely during the whole operation,
Where chlorination is practised on Ilia
ina.-.; extensive scale Ihis roasting gen-,
erally takes about twenty-four hours,
and consumes from a minimum of half
a eoid io a curd of wood per ton
roasted. i.\ cord of wood gives aboul,
a, • much laaal as a loll of coal). It is e,
common saying that Ihe success nt
chlorination depends inoro an tin,
itiriincoiniiii than on Ihe eulorlnittor,
and on looking hilohai'd chemical fiicls,
'■'■'   li"' 'l"'l lid- 1- laadly   I h„ cll.v., I'll).
if only one-half per cent of iron were,
lefl uuoxidlsed ii would absorb nearly
one per cent of chlorine, Towards the
end of the roasting, and about fifteen
or thirty minutes before lbe orelsdls-
alalia,', d fl'OlU llle llllliace, i| is usual In
slii'ina small proportion of common
salt, i i.e objeol of this is to satisfy
ivi;1,! chlorine as faros possible,copper,
zinc and, oilier metals «hose oxides,
have n tendency lo form chlorides
whon ih- gel chlorine presented to
them in the free slate. This cbloridis-
lug device is. however, o.uly partially
, a, im. as ih" chlorides formed arc
ani io ha immediately decomposed un-.
dei' the influence of hot air, and, ui (he
case of lead the oxide or sulphate will
not combine with chlorine in the fiirn-,
ace, hul combines with it readily when,
offered moist nnd at the ordinary at-,
mosphoro temperature. Tlie roasted,
and oxidised ore i.s now sprinkled with
water to make it slightly moist, and is
I hen charged into a wooden vat having,-
a perforated inlse bottom. The chlorine, generated al; an outside source, is,
led in belli ecu the true and false but-.
Inin. nnil gradually perniostes upwards,
through the Dials of the porous ore.
[To be "uulinucd,).
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SW^T^Ss-
THE ADVANCE.
STUAUT& NORRIS PnoPRiETOHe,
Publl li .1   ivi kl)   al   Midway,  Boundary
Crook, U. 0.
• -j ihscriptlon Price, 82.00 per an: i m payable
in adVIln    ■■'..■: •".' •-:";■—:■:;  in 1,1m.
option ol the subscriber.
'  Ad' orllslng llatos cnl o i. ppllcaUo)]
Though the columns of Tin: Am I'-e'r. are
ahrays open for the dismission "f miitlom ot
public Intorcol nnd iinportanco, wo d i ncc-
ces-arlty endorse any 01 Ibo opinion oxpn ised,
iCorrcspondoiicc nf n personal nature will not bo
published.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER X Ml.
GRAND forks!w. JR. MEGAW,
VERNON, B.C,
General Merchant.
HOTEL
KETTLE   RIVEI?, B. C
Singes to Marcus, Wash., nnd
Aiid way, B. C.
Every Attention Given to Guests.
,T. L. WISEMAN, Prop.
Tho Opposition platform, which will
bo found in another column, will, we
believe be considered a rather weak
production hy l be general public of the
Province. It, however, contains some
good planks which are worth'contending I'oi' ,\o.'s I.:.'. 10, bland 17; though
ihe majority of tlie others either deal
with matters oi mere party Interest or
cousisl of vague generalities which
have no practical significance, tt Mi-.
Sonilin, i In- new Opposition lender, lylll
Jiul i:.t.a prai Use hi: statement Ihal
"lin' duty of the Opposition is not
merely to i ppo ie but to assist where
advisable," he will wltliotil doubt, do
,..„, I om'vli'i! lo Ihe fJioyci'lUUOnt, Opposition, and I'rovlnce alike, We believe
Sir. Sumlitl to hi' loo patriotic a, man
fo contemplate any oilier action, and
that the siinio may bo said of bis followers -that they will place the interests of I heir party on a much lowor
Jevel than the welfare of Province,
— ^9 4 -
The bridges al Ingrain's and Mc-
Jjnren's—which were washed out by
high water -will we understand, be re-
i,,!lislructed liy lbe Government this
Winter, Mr, Vernon during his elcc-
iion canvass in Kettle river iliil certainly 'promise a great deal, but not,
these particular public works, although
jiiglily necessary. Considering that
the Kettle river vote went against Ihe
Chief Commissioner—unlike Hint of
|;lte other sections of tho riding—on
purely local issues, Mr. Vernon may be
Hiiiu not onlj to, pave kept his promises, but to have kept, them handsomely, if be is fo retire from political life his last official acts in connection with the southern portion of his
old constituency will always reflect to
his credit.
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When once the through Kettle river
road is completed it is to bo hoped that
It will I'm gazetted, and that private
parties will not be allowed to alter or
change it at their own sweet will and
ta|ely fortheir own benefit. This prac-
lice of changing public highways! on
Which public tax uimii-y has been expended, has been prevalent too long In
every section of the riding, and il is
bard to understand why, when a good
serviceable road is once made by lbe
(jeveTiitiioht that it cannot at once be
gazetted mid kept in place, the same as
in any other country, except when
altered by the Government itself for
the benefit of Ihe public.
IHE OPPOSITION PLATFORM
Contains Somo Good Planks and
' Some Indifferent Platitudes
1. Tfiat the distribution of parliamentary representation throughout the
Province bo established and maintained
on a uniformly equitable basis, giving
a larger proportion of representation
to the more ihinly settled districts, no
distinction being made between island
and Mainland,
' 2. That the secrecy of tlio ballot shall
be absolutely secure in every instance
nnd no means be afforded by numbering of I In: ballot or otherwise—of ascertaining how any vote has been recorded,
' 3. That the financial and general
policy of Provincial Governments shall
be closely scrutinised.
■i. The ordinary expenditure of tlie
Province shall he so regulated as to
avoid annual deficits,
.". That, all Provincial or ordinary expenditures shall be made solely under
thi sanction of tho Legislative Assem-
biy.;
tl. That any Infringement of the constitutional rights of the people by the
Executive Council shall be jealously
guarded against,
; ).' Ti.a! candidates for election to the
Legislative Assembly be not required
lo furnish other qualifications than
that they tire boon fide electors,
I S. That the Land Laws shall prevent
hind monopoly, and encourage a numerous settlement of bona liilacullival-
inc'miiiei.j.
I). That tbe agricultural and industrial resources of the Province shall]
bo developed by the mailing'■!' trunk
ronds und trails and Ihe building of
bridges, and by other works necessary
for such development,
ni. That the .Mining Laws bo reformed so as lo develop llu; mineral re
sources pf the Province and give en
courageniLi I to prospectors,
' 11. That no royalty be levied on Iho
limber coining oii' pre-emption claims
of bona fide cultivating settle! s
12, That periodical open meetings of
electors bo called ami addressed by
plumbers of the Legislature and other
Speakers conversant with the nplitical
affairs of the day,
I 13, Thatduringoessionsof theLegisla-
time full information shall be furnished'
by this association to local committees
as to the progress of measures and all
other matters Interesting lo electors.
1.4, That, nil election days be declared
legal liollidays,
I Jo. That provincial aid granted to
railways or other profit-earning undertakings, shall carry with it,as agon-
.■rill rule, corresponding valuable Interest in such undertakings,
i Iti. That, Ibe employment of alien
labor on Provincial public works shall
lie practically prohibited,' and that
every reasonable Legislative endeavor
be made to further restrict the'impor-
tniioii of coolie contract labor.
17. Thai no guarantee of Interest or
,)i'iiici|i:'l on the bonds of the Brl%h
J. Kerb. R. D. Kerr.
keivj< bi^os.,
butchers,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meal dollvorod id Rock Crook nml aii tliu
Mining Camps,
*"'&'-' f Ti      '
H. C. COOPER
MANUFACTURER 01'
mm and Saddlery
VEItNON, Ii. 0.
>
FOR SALE.
FEED, OATS, HAY AND POTATOES.
Will bo dollvorod at Okanagan Fulls as soon as
new steamer runs on Dog Lake,
,1. Ill'TCIIESOX, Vkuxox.
and
GOLD
SILVER
EXTRACTION
Jhe Gassgl Qold
Extracting Co., Lid..
(TLe TiIcApthiir-Foprsst Process)
Have Experimental Works at
VANCOUVER, and are prepared
to treat samples of ore from 1 lb.
to 2,000 lbs. by the Cyanide Pro.
cess. No Roasting and no Smelting required.
For Full Particulars apply to the
Company's Superintendent,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
ASSAY OFFICE,
si'HI2in VANCOUVER, B.C.
A Carload of Waggons, Binders, Mowers, Rakes and
Drills just arrived.   Cheap for Cash.
Full Lines of Ury Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Clothing on Hand.
Concord Harness and Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
Made to Order.
W. 28.. BSCjESG-^.^"
A. G. FULLER
wines, wm Al WIS,
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon, B. C.
T, ELLIOT,
Genera! Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Keeps the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
nny place south of Vernon, and sells on tonus to suit the times,
Cheapest Place to buy fqr Cash In the Okanagan Country.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES,
Rigs to Rock Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus and all other points in
tlie Country.   Parties desirous of seeing the mines should
Give ua n Call,
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To.
RILEY  &  DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinery  Kept  ir)  Stock.,
CONKLE & DONALD,
  MSOWAY,  B. C.
Golden Gate Hotel.
RAIRVlfaW, B, 0,
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - , GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
lamimMi
CANN & CO,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
Ami Diallers In
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING   MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Etc.
Noodles for All Makes of Sowing
Machines Kept in Stock.
Mail orders Ironi tlie Lower Country
will receive prompt attention'.
CANN & CO.,
NOTICE,
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.
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. O. Bqj 582.  Washington.
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
RQCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
Rates from Penticton to Camp McKinney, Rock Creek, Midway and
Pptmdary Falls, two. cents per pound for two tons or under, Marcus to Midway, the Siiine rate,   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
To all whom ft may concern:
TAKK NOTICK Ilinl  1, William RodgOS,
pro-omptor of claim No. 1720, shall dfio
month from data of Hits unHra npplj-to Loon*.
Aid Norrin K-jniiv, Assistant CoinmisBiatier of
Lanrlsand Wurli:' fur tlio Osoyoos Division of I
i'alo Districl, for permission lo Vofiord two!
Iiundrod Inulioe of witter, tho hiuiic io bo
diverted from a crook patting through my
claim uiui known as Sand Crook. Tho sain
amount of water to bo takou from tho oreok at
a point twenty chains, moro or loss, northeast
frnui my north-oasl corner post; Iho water to
bo nsul for agricultural purposes. Tho mid
water to bo token for n term of ninety-nine (Ml)
yoars, or m Umx as tho said lauds, or nny purl
thereof, Hlifill bo in tho possession of William
Hodges, Iiii] heirs or assigns.
Datodat Kettle Kivor, tho 27th day of August,
VERNON HOTEL
VERNON 11. C.
A First-Class House in Every
Respect.
Free Bus to all Trains
Sealed Liquors a Specialty
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED.
1JAKRY Ali.'INTOKH, I'noi'BluTOIt.
Look out for
J. McNICOL'S
'.'Ad" in the Next issue.
4RM5TR0NQ   HOTEL
Iti. KEYES, Prop.
Guoil Accoiniiiuiliition,
Best Liquors anil Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
J^amtorVs JM\j§ic Store
-OLD   POST   OFFIOE-
409 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Pianos and Organs-Easy Terms
Sheet Music, &c.  Special attention given to
        Mall Orders.
Pacific Railway, l«
ll)!!)'!!'. .''.I I'l' .1 li).
given except 11110%
rlty of flii' votes af
(,,.•
Vernon Private College,
VERNON, B. G,
F;. A^.itoj Meyer, Principal.
"mmf . jufBA- -
/
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SEND l'«l, ifPOSPKOTUS.
**»illl)k*   ,>,
VICTOHIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
McAuley & Grant,
PROPRIETORS.
KlKHT-ULASa IN BVDRY HKSI'KCT.
CHAIIUES MQDKnATIi
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located In the Boundary Creek
Mining Camps.
BEST UF LIQUORS AND CIGAI1S,
CIIAIIOKS MOIIERATE.
Mining Men Personally Conducted to Any ot
tho Ciiiajia. or Horses Fui'iiislictl.
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
boIkIbeex hotel . . /
MOUTH UF. ROCK CREF.K.
H.   X'i-fc'teaa.dx'l.B'lx,   Mgia
FiusT-C'i.Ass Accommodation for Guesm,
GOOD STARLING
taTlixccllent Fishing on Kettle IUvor^ay
XtXTXHX   35:33X1
GENERAL STORE
ROCK ORKBK.
Miners' Supplies, Also Ohlncso Gjjpds.
.:      >
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED.
.    ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST      6,000,000.
Silt DONALD A. SMITH, Pros,    HON. GEO, 13. DlilUIMONI), Vicr-Pros
E. S. CLOI'STON, (iKNUIIAI. iMan.mikii
 1	
IIATKOI'' INTEREST AT l'RKSKNT 3| PER CENT,
 x	
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches in London, Eng., New York anil Chicago, and In all tlio principal citipij
In Canada,  Buy and Sell Stei'llngExi'hnngo and Cable Transfers.' Grant!
commercial and travelling eredlts.ai'allable in any partof the wprltj.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
BRANCHES IN nuiTlsn COLUMBIA ;
VANCOUVER     -     •     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTOHIA     ....        NELSON      "   '
Veruoii Branch : ti. A. HENDERSON : Manager,
Wulffsohn & Bewicke,
(LIMITED)
f      &      %
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance k Deneral Agts,
I1;\NKICRS AND pOUBESPONDENTS
Bank of British Columbia
Agents for Sale of Lots on tiie Aberdeen «d Lyons Estates,
WULFFSOHN &BEWICKE, Ltd.,
Dock House, BIlltter Street, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B. C. and "   ' Y-EKNQN, B. C.
JOHANN WULFFSOHN, Managing Director.
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Manager.
4P.
all
mm
Tir-hT?
ih £^a si
1 f Rt
tlnving taken oyer the sl allies af Gallagher k Stevenson, and thoroughly oyer-,
hauled and refitted tlie premises, I am prepared to meet tbe demands
of the public.   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double and single) for public use, and also u good lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horse...
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well to calf,
Good Double Brivers^
Good Saddle Horses.
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by the week or month (box stalls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission.
Dealer in hay and grain, wholesale and retail.
Corner Of mission and TrouHon S'tvee'ts
W. GARDNER, Proprietor.
OppoHile W. It. Mogaw'a Store.
Post Ofiico Box 137
Note,—Thia stable will bo run strictly flrat-claBa in every particular. My drivers, aro all fret,
and goutlo disposition, aud tho most durablo 'stook tho market can produce. Special attention
to transient trade und to boarders. '; > '
*& AU kinds of heavy teaming promptly attended to.
SHOE3  ju.ik.I'JiD  S"a03a  S^LXaxa
—AT—
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
Fli-st-Clnuu Open  BenoA  liorioly   fax.   PHoub*
PORTION  IN  CROP
All Under Large Irrigation Ditch From Mission Greek.
Cheapest and Best in the Market.
:-: Also Choice Acre Blocks in Vernon :-:
Address FORBES M. KERBY, C. E.,
OKANAGAN MISSION P. (X,
:j
P!H
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,   15.   O.
A&RICULTUBAL MACHINERY;
SOLE AGENTS EOR
Brantford | Binders i and § Mower^
1JHE REST IN THE MARKET.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &oM &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
i
i
i RED .j. STAR
S:      Premier
i    Three Star   j
Two Star    !?
Equal lo any from Pacific to
Atlantic.
^Manufactured only by
Columbian Flouring
. JWHs Co.,
ENDERBY, B. C
G. Arthur Rendell,
General Merchant
BOUNDARY FAU.S, B.C.
A Full SWo|i uf
PRY  GOODS,
GROCERIES,
JIINBBS' SUPPLIES.
ALL   AT   THE   LOWE8T   PRICES-
LOCAL ITEMS,
— .«.—
Mr. and Mrs. King and family paid
Midway a visit last Sunday.
Mr. Helmet's teams left last week to
haul in freight from Marcus.
Mr. E. Lundy returned last, week and
.will Midway his future home.
Rev. Mr. Hicks of .Simikanieen held
service in the hotel on Sunday.
Mr. Malcolm MeCuaig of Camp McKinney was in town last week.
Mr. A. K. Stuart has been appointed
,» Notary Public for the Yale District.
Mr. J. Bfonaghan passed through on
his way from Spokane to McKinney on
Sunday.
Mr, J. JIcNicol, proprietor of the
new store, arrived on Sunday from
Boundary City, Wash.
Mr. J. Haddigan passed through
Midway on Saturday en route to Spokane and Victoria. He wijl probably
winter ou the coast.
Mr. Win. Duryoa, a New York capitalist who bus been taking ill tbe Copper and other mining properties, is
staying at Mr. Palnierston's.
Mr. J. 0. Haas, M. K., leases to-morrow on a business trip to Spokane. On
his return he-will reside at. Midway
and hang out his shingle as an assayer.
Mr. W. Nelson, formerly bar tender
at the Boundary creek hotel, is lbe
Democratic nominee for the office of
Sheriff of Okanagan county, Wash,
Mr. C. C. Sands was in town on Sunday hiring men to work ou the St.
Lawrence. He stated that be hoped
to double his present force before
.Christinas.
Mr. McClung, late of Colville, has
•*j«rfili up the section of land on the
Colvillii' reserve wlijcli Immediately
adjoins the townsitc, having purchased
the rights of lbe lialfbreed who formerly held it.
The fall races will be held at Midway on October 9th and 10th. $201)
will be offered in prizes, and the principal events will include the usual mile
half-mile and ij.uarter-mjle heats. Mi"
W. Powers is secretary. Further particulars will appear in our next issue.
'I'licre is a first-class mile track on the
townsite.
Mr. E. S. Graham of Spokane is staying in tov.,1, and looking' after his mining interests on Ingrain mountain,
about three and one-half miles east of
Midway. The claims controlled in Ibis
section by Mr, Graham aro what is
known as the Potter-Palmer group,
and consist of the Potter-Palmer,
Texas (old Denver), Virginia, Bank of
England and Anna Bertha, On all
these locations a number, of parallel
stringers of copper ore carrying gold
and silver have been opened up on the
pm,f,.o'o. Ti.u leads on the Potter-
Palmer carry grey and pyrilic copper
pre, on tin; Texas peacock copper and
on the other locations pyrilic copper so
far as shown up. On the Bank of England also there is a large surface cropping of Xylite (hydrous silicate of iron
and magnesia) which takes the form ot
a large mound. The best developed
claim is the Texas, on which a very
considerable amount of cross-cutting
and other surface work has been done,
phowing up an eight fool lead. A tun-
iiel has been run In fifteen feet on the
side hill, which will be continued this
season a length of 50 feet, and which is
expected eventually to cross-cut the
Texas and other parallel veins at a
depth of 150 feet, though not till a distance of 200 feet is reached. Mr. Graham leaves shortly for Graham, Young
pounty, Texas, via Spokane, and will
winter in the south. He i.s also interested in a group of claims near Bear
lake, Slocan, three miles from New
Denver, tlie principal of which are the
0. K,, Payrock and Hidden Chief,
DISTRICT NOTES.
Mr. E. Lefevre is in Fairview,
Mr,  Douglas has still several men
jiinployed on the Mabel and Oro,
Mrs, Spiuks and Miss Spjnks are ex
pected to return .Ibis week from the
coast.
Mrs. T. j. Hardy i.s staying io Grand
Prairie.
A recent assay of a large chunk of
D. A, ore gave 15 oz. in gold.
Mr. Chas. M. Watte recorded a preemption last week two miles up Nicholson creek.
Itjs reported (bat Ihe Cariboo stage
has again been held up, anil robbed
,1'hi.s time of $18,000.
Mr. Schofleld recorded assessment on
the Number Seven and the Emma respectively on the 17th,
Mr. John Meyer recorded his recent
strike near Ihe Wellington last week,
christening it the Keno,
Mr. Wchrfritz has complete^ all his
arrangements for the establishment of
a brewery at. Kamloops,
The prospecting on Ibe hydraulic
claim at Hock creek Is giving very
good results. The necessary piping
for real word has not yet arrived,
Mr. Bobs, wlm waa ai, Rock creek
last weak looking iulu Ibe titles of
claims in White's and Atwood's camps,
Is still staying with Mr, Douglas,
Messrs. II. Nicholson nnd Edward
James have recorded assessment on the
Old England claim situated at the Falls
of Rock creel;, doing work .to lbe value
of $100.
Mi'. Streatfield of Coldstream, who
Iclcly broke his leg badly il. tw.v
places, is, we arc pleased to hear, progressing as favorably as could be expected,
A half interest, in the Idaho clal
whicli lies between Greenwood and
the Wellington, was sold by John
Meyer last week to tl. W. Ruinberger,
also the whole of the Etna claim in tlie
same neighborhood.
The geese, a sure sign of approach
ing cold weather, have made their appearance in the upper Okanagan., several having already lost the number of
their mess. As the district becomes
annually more settled up their numbers decrease,
Additional men have been put to
work on the St. Lawrence by the Gold
Hill Mining and Milling Company,
Bunk houses, etc., are being erected on
the claim and every indication points
to the fact that they intend to do no
small amount of development,
The new Presbyterian church at
Grand Prairie is now Hearing coinple
lion aud it is expected that the open
ing service will be held about the mid
die of next month, Rev. Mr. Peyton
the minister, hits built most of the
sacred edilice himself, and the struc
lure is a highly creditable one.
Mr. II. O. -Walters returned last
week from his mine near Springdale,
whicli he has re-leased to parties who
will work it. It is a large body of low
grade ore carrying lead, silver and zinc.
He intends staying with Boundary
creek and will probably rework cither
the Providence or the American Boy.
A well known mining man has the
scheme on foot to utilize the Kettle
river for transportation of ore, Tho
idea is to build small rough barges,
which could be broken up on arrival at
Marcus. Transhipment would have lo
be mai|e at Cascade City. This has
been mooted before, but is not gener
ally considered to be feasible.
A correspondent writing to this
paper says; "A gentleman who recently wentOlia prospecting trip ran
short of food and sent his siwoshes into
town to procure a fresh stock, While
waiting he shot a deer for his men and
two chickens for his own food. He
was heavily fined for so doing, What
about the Indians slaughtering game
all through the month of August?"
Our correspondent does lint, give the
place and date of this trial, so that wo
refrain from commenting thereon.
We clip the following from the Shu-
swap Tiliiciim I- "If the applicant will
only send his name aud address W" will
appoint him our special correspondent
during the Japo-Cbinese war. 'Deer
Sir beerin u was necdin a a 1 korrcs-
ponder for to go to Japan nnd bi china
i kan do it on jawbon bekaws i no the
plase an i am busted i rile by a alibi
anil liannot be kelched forgin being 1
never had no Krisinin,'" Perhaps our
esteemed contemporary will explain
the joke.   We give it up.
The dispute over the ownership of
the Mystic in lbe New Camp, whicli
will shortly come up for tl'lttl before
either the County Court Judge or Gold
Commissioner on October 20th, will
probably be decided on the evidence as
lo whether Mr. Haas re-located a claim
previously located by him or not, Sec,
20, "Mineral Act," says:
"No free miner shall be entitled to
re-locate any mineral claim, or any
portion thcniof, which he shall have
failed to record within the prescribed
period, or which he shall have abandoned or forfeited, unless he shall' have
obtained the written permission of the
Gold Commissioner to make such relocation ; and he shall hold no Interest
in any portion of such mineral claim,
by loeation, without such permission,"
A road which will bo required some
day is one which could he built at comparatively small coft-tbat from the
Boundary camps, to the qorth fork of
Kettle river by the Fisherman oreok
pass, This would branch off from the
new main road being built over Boundary mountain, near the mouth of Copper creek, to the mouth of Prior creek,
a jjlistancp of two miles. It would
thai! follow up Prior crock through the
lowest pass hi this section of the gold
range down Fisherman's creek to the
north fork of Kettle river, a distance
of a little more than eight miles. This
is the route selected by the C. P. R.
engineers should that line ever continue its proposed Crow's Nest route
through this section to the const, and
the wagon road if made would not only
connect the Boundary camp with the
new agricultural settlement up the
north fork, hut also open up several
guild ranching locations in the country
through which " would pass,
Thearriistra on Copper creek has,
we are sorry to slate I, proved a
great success from a financial point of
view, of so far it has only saved about
fifty per cent of the fine, free gold in
the Great Hopes ore, -Mr. Harlan has
shown great jihick in puffing th,; ar-
rastra up under exceptional difficulties
(even building a wagon mad himself In
Ihe mine)and deserved to meet wiih
hotter luck.
Mi'. X. Thiill, who has been acting as
I'ligoi'Vi' at Ihe Strathyro Mining
Company's mill, Palrvlow, mel witli a
very painful accident lasl. Thursday'
He was at tho timi! engaged in soaping
Ih" driving bell, of Ihe engine, when
his fool slipped, and bin hand being
caught in tin' hell, he was carried over
I he shafting and thrown heavily
against the boiler. His fore-arm was
l);i.ik,"ii below the elbow and also very
badly bruised, lu addition he was
much scalded. It wns set first, by Ihe
,'jiia.lgainnl.or, after which he wu.';
taken to Oro for treatment by n phy-
sirjaii, We are glad to hear that Mr,
Tholl is now suffering less pajn anil
able to get. about..
Messrs, Nelson. Lnplante k John
Winters have leased the D. A. mine
from Messrs. Holbrook & Walters, the
deal being completed on Monday, The
agreement signed calls for another
shaft to be sunk on the vein for a depth
of lift y feet and a fitly foot drift lobe
run on the ledge at that level. When
Ibis has been done sloping will commence and ore be taken out for shipment. This leasers arc now engaged in
erecting buildings on the claim. They
hav secured a good thing nnd know
if. With the present freight rate in
force for ore shipped via Marcus to
Tacoma ($5 per ton for one ton or over)
it will only cost $25 per ton to land
their rock at the. smelter, and as the
D. 4. ore will average $100 per ton
they naturally expect lo realize a handsome profit. They state their willingness to sliiii via PenlictoU provided an
equally low rate is quoted by the
0. P.R. Such has not been done ns yet,
the latter company apparently not
realizing thai Boundary mountain is a
competing point equi-disiant from
Penticton aud Marcus, and that ore
will be shipped the cheaper way in
every instance,
FAIR VIEW .NOTES.
IFi'oin our own correspondent,)
September 22,—The wagon road is
now completed as far as Camp McKinney. Although not •" vepy S001'
shape near the enmp, yet it admits of
teams with light loads passing through,
saving at least twelve miles and a bad
road, also the convoy on the U, S,
side.
Mr. D. A. Oarmlchael has returned
from Conconully, where be purchased
the Oro saloon, Mr. Carmichiil has
rrtiled the building lo Messrs. McDonald & Gray, who are running the business,
Mr. Geo. Coyer leaves on Monday
for his home in Nebraska. He states
ho will return with the spring,
Mr, J. Held of Spokane is in I own.
He intends doing some work on the
Bullion and Annie Jenkins claims for
Spokane parties,
Mr, Win. Schoonover has left with n
large hunting party for the Aslinola
after big horn.
Tho Strathyre Mining Co. have secured the services of Mr. O'Shonesee of
Nova Scotia to run the mill.
CAMP McttlNNEY,
(From our own O0rr0spoi|dont.|
W. 11. Cameron has charge of the
assessment work to be done on the
Mlnne lia Ha, and he expects this
work to show up a good body of ore.
Although n petition was forwarded
to the post office authorities very numerously signed Inst. March, praying for
lbe establishment of an offloe here,
and although numerous letters for all
parties concerned have been written to
Post, Office Inspector Fletcher, yet it
would seem that all our efforts havo
been ii) vain, and that no notice whatever is to be taken of our long fell
want, Our latest, effort was a map of
this pin lion of the district showing the
location of tho camp in relation lo
other places in the surrounding country, which, if it does not induce tlie
authorities to treat us all wit'1 5DUJe
consideration, may at any rate teach
somo of the officials a little geography.
Under the foreinansliip of Air. L.
Olll'istlen Hie road is being rapidly
pushed forward, and with work car-
Hod ll11 under the guidance of Mr. Mc-
Myun nt, Bock creek, we may expect
our new road to furnish lhrough communication before winter.
Not since the Cariboo started has a
liner run of ore been milled than is being worked at present. Verily ihis is
amine worthy the name.
Mr. Norris is here collecting specimens for the exhibition and in (his respect Ihe camp will certainly he well
represented, ■
wi
LA'.DS ACROSS THE SEA.
Tlie world has 2,201 warships,
Agricultural laborers In Indio oar.n baro-
ly fivi) bents a day.
Franco imports fully tea times as much
inu as it exports.
Emperor William has all his plain
clolhea made in London.
Tlie S;'nnisl) budget ehows a deficit of
84,588,407 pezetus.
Tho notes of tlio Rack.of England cost
exuclly oiio cent each.
False teeth made of ivory have been
found in the Roman eutilcombi,
Iu South America rain frequently falls
in torrents from a oio.ir sky.
Prot. Tvinlall's grave is ccvereij with
headier, lm favorite plant.
In iho British iniisf'uiu there are 2,700
complete Bibles in all languages,
The tolal income of iho Olmroh. of Eng
land i» about one million dollars  a week.
In German orphan and foundling asy-
linnB ,11) aer ouuL of the children die of
scrofula.
The Egyptians consider It unhealthy to
wnuli ai.'liild uiuil it is at least ono year
old.
Henry Irving, it Is reported, may stand
for ft vacancy in tho London county
council,
Tlio Costa Rican Congress has levied an
oxpiirl Ini of luur shillings per quintvl on
ooffi'o.
In Korea umbrellas are of oilod paper,
have no luiuiUi'H, and are simply worn uvn
the hat.
Tlm orange grows wild all over tropical
A»in, and is everywhere regarded as indigenous,
Hydrophobia is mrat frequent in Sweden, where Hb'3 deaths in a million annually occur from this cause,
tl JUST HARD COMMON SENSE.
Fortuae 101101'., talk to long ears.
Don't take tipi from flattery's tongue,
Tho best lighters woar the lowest featb>
ors.
Tliore is no peaco in tho houso whore
chililri-n rule.
The cutter is not to blame for the borrowed coat,
Science alono won't always save yon
£roni a knockout.
Decorations are not always an evidence
of groat deeds.
Some kind of sanctity suggests the need
of a disinfectant,
Somo mighty good climbing has been
done hi cowlii.lu hoots.
Tho Ins collector can tell you who pays
for the king's gifts.
The spirit nf prayer is made np of aup
plicalion, uol advice.
Some | eople try to moko up In plumes
what they hick in pluck.
Mare than one man has fallen from the
force of his own blow.
The man ihnt really knows a littio is eu-
titled to a professorship,
The wliiHper of shindor can he heard far
ther than the report of a  hundred-toir
gun.	
CRACKED KERNELS.
Ex, Is that part of a man's title that il
generally foic.-d on him.
Tin) test time tn get out of tho way le
before yon are run over.
Sometimes a hentlliao has more influeu.ee
than a colnmn article.
Persons who steal ti.no will ho tried lu
eternity—an.l they can't pack the jury.
It is hard lo believe times are hard when
yon seo ten thousand people at a circus.
Groen corn is in tlio market and the
doctors are beginning to read up on colio.
Perhaps the reason persons don't watch
theii loiijueu closer is because ihey can't
soe them.
Most parrots are green, but they talk as
good seiiBoas lots ni' men who think themselves wonderfully smart.
If vanity is a disease that makes a fool
of a man, there must bo a great many men
exposed to the liibaiae.
The person who said "you can't catch
fli. s with vinegar" never looked in the
pickle castor io a down-town restaurant.
A dude should learn something in this
life besides lio'.v to blow sinoke through
his nose and tiie art of stimulating his
Idiocy wilh a rattiui enne.
~ BALZAC'S WISDOM.
POKANEIAHS jenderby hotel
II. IV. WI;!i;iIT, I'laii'
ENDERBY, B, C.   :■:
Love 19 a counterfeiter wlm I, constantly
passing oil copper for gold, hut who sonio-
tilil-a iuras gold iutu copper.
I have spent my life iu seein-j people
die, not of their ailment.-i, hul uf tiiat great
anil incui'iihlii ilisoi'.se, the want of money.
Tlio moral world, las gill.ers where ilia-
honored pertains try to splash tho mud iu
which they aro wallowing upon men of
honor.
To au observor there is something sad*
dening in the spectacle of poverty mnde
up liko an old woman trying lo give the
lie lo her face.
In political life men frequently turn
their ollliriuiters inside out, and it ofieu
happens that the public, does not know
whicli is the right sido.
In the heart of tliu woman who loves
there is such a wealth of Impel It requires many a digger tlirn.-il to Mil them.
They love ami bleed to tho hist.
Happiness Ims nn history, Slory tellers
of all commies understand this si) well
that tlio phrase "they lived Inippily over
aticr" oiulii all adventures of love.
THE WEALTH Of NATIONS.
Great Britain with all her possessions
|ays claim to $48,000,000.000.
Franco conns second in point of wealth
with soniolhing liko $40,800,000,000.
Germany has a bank Account, or more
correctly speaking, assets, of $81,000,000,-
m
liuisia has a small matt'r, you know, of
$11,So','),000,001) iess than ilfl German cousin,
being aocrcdiii'd wilh $21,715,000,000.
Austria and Italy bring up ihe rear of
those nations which havo ui'ef $10,000,*
000,0(10 of possessions, with $18,006,000,.
000 and $11,700,000,000 re-pcciively.
If you arc at nil inquisitive- and care to
foot up iheso amounts you will Iind that
the wealth of tin- six lichoat nations of the
world ggregaio $107,085,000,000. Quito
a comfortable sura, don't you think?
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
In
Good and Quickly seldom meet,
Lovo lives  in  coitngos as well ns
courts.
Lifo Is half spoilt before wo know what
It Is.
He that has lost his credit is dead to the,
world,
Little slicks  klnllo the fire, but great
ones put it out.
Many kiss tho hands they wish to see cut
off.—-Spanish.
When we have gold we «ra In fear; when
Wu have uouo we ftp) fy (^llver,— llofiuu.
IHTffll RAMAI
Nelsontfc Tort SEieppard Railway
ALL RAIL   TO  KELSON,  B,  C.
Orally through litis to nJ.svn,
Kaslo, Kootenay li.arne
Bllll 9S0CflR Points.
Through Trains iemi-Weokly,
Daily, except Sunday, botwwn Spokane iiiii! Mi i-iis.
NKhui), Ly SPttKANK Ar, 0:80 p.m,
On Wcdnosiiaj'H nntl Halm-flays traiiiH will
run through <■■ NoIhou, arriving al ■'■An p.m.,
making close eunitoclion witli LhoRtenmor Nelson far lOwlo and all lake poitilti, arriving ttl
K.i-Im at ll:ui ii.in. same ilnj -. ltdurning, panning* i - v. iii leave lake pulnl • nud Ni Won on
■Vm  l|   ■:':!;   '   fl|l(]  HUtUl'dl  1 .■ ,   llfl'iVlllg    li!   ■•',«>■
Coiiiiinjiicing Klay ;', pajwengevs fur Trail
Ui'ook, Nak.mm, New hciiver, UovolHloko anil
i\U  puintfl nn  till!   I'fiiiiiilian   liuilif   railway,
will loavcSpokane on VVti'lmjsrtaysandfc'atnr-
lays at 7 a.m, connecting ui Nnrlhporl with
stcnmwCVltiii'l.lH (wiiii ,;/;,.i.,> J u.v..
Passengers hy HLciuiinr tyoui abavo twmta aw
rtvu in spumnu same evening.
Passengers fur Kottlo Itivor and Houmtnry
Circuit connect a! Marcus tvIUi Htagoon Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and IMilnys,
aiigluif
m
'■j
THE
The Quickest a:r> Cheapest Kontc lo all Points
in the Eaaiiapd Pacific Coast,
STEAMER AkiESKEEM
leaves Ponticton every Tuesday, Thursday
and Hal unlay morning, connecting witli trains
for East and West.
Boforo taking any other lino write to
H. S. 8CADDING,
Agent, Poiitictoii,
for Ratos, Time, &ctJ or lo
GEO. Ml. BROWN,
ugl5-tf
Hist. Pass, Aoent,
Vancouver,
NOTICE.
'In the Matter of Richard Thompson, Deceased, Intestate.
The oue-oightb tl-SJ interest of the above
docoasod iu tne " Mother Lode" mineral idaim,
eltuato in the Deadwood damp, in tho Iveltle
111"! I   Ul\ im  L'1V.*S1C*I   ■■■ "i l ;   •;■':! li-   i   -i- ■
Ti ■'-!(■;- '':: be roi ii*; : ■-'■ 'ii- :■ : ;ncil
at Ids oltlrc, Osoyoos. up to and inclusive oi thi
27 til (lay of October, laiil,
0. A. II, LAMBLY,
21-fl Gold Conunissnoner.
In the Matter of Richard Thompson, Deceased, Intestate;
NOTICE Is herebj given thai by virtue of
the poivora vested in mo undor section
113 of tho "Mineral Act, 1KI1," nnd amendments, I will administer and wind up the estate
nf riieliard Thompson, late nf Boundary Crook,
in tho Kettle I'i;er Mining Division, Vale i'i;-
triet,B, C.. froo minor, nowdoccosod, IntcsUite,
Mid all persons indebtod In the estate of tho
said docoasod an requested to paythoamouni
of tholr tndo i tm a tn me.ai Osoyoos, forthwith i and all persons having any claim luminal
tliocstatoof tho said deceased are horoby re-
i)ii stod to forward tlie same to moat my otiieo,
'soyoos, duly authenticated, on ur before tlie
7th day of October, I. HI.
Aftor wliieli date J willprocood to distribute
..ho assets (if nny) of tho said osUito among the
pavllosoiUitlod theroto, having regard only to
the claims of which notice shall then have boon
received.
0, A. 11. LAMBLY,
Lt-3 Gold Commissioner.
Livery iu Connection.
first-claw accommodation  for Commercial
Travi fi' :' .
[fuutiug and Pishing In abundance through
thi diBtrict.
Pack Ilorfics and Guides furnished toSport»
.net; on bhortesl notice.
Qilberts Resort,
'.'!'  ':'    I'.'.W   I..1X!)1\U.
HUNTING, FISH1M, EOATINd
Tie,inn am i ''"Mi iniT.ini.i'l
-Fil'.-la!..-i
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
GRAND PRAIRIE"
jee o mc .','..;; x,
(illANl) PHAlltlK, KETTLE HIVBR
Liters and Cigars
.   .   .   Ooiiil Skiing.
I'llH'ia-' IIKASONABtiK.
ialeLAEEK BROS., PROPRIETORS,
BLACKSMITH   SHOP   IN   CONNECTION
Stagott Leave I'vary Monday nnil Wednesday
 (or Marcus, Wuali.	
D.  hie DUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, JJ, ('.
All Kinds of I'-'iirl. Executed lo llio Hull,
faiclioii of Customers.
County Court Notico.
—»_—
SITTINGS of tlio Cqtinty Conrl of Yalo will
Illl UOlllQIl OS tollOIVa 1
Al Osoyooson IVoilnosilny,lltli Ootobor, 1SDI;
At Midway "ii Saturday, auli October, 1891,
L the hour of eleven o'clock in ilie foronoon,
lly Command,
C. A. li. l.A.MHI.V,
H.i'. I'.
(lovKUNMiivr OmcB. Okoyoiik,
Will July, im,
C. F. COSTERTON
VEItNON, B.C.
Estates of G. G. Mackay k Co.
Anglii-CnliiiiibiiinCo,, L'td,
lorksliii'e  CJiiiirantoe mil]  Seoiiritieg
''■a;..,..;!... '
Nii')iolles& Reiiimf, L'td,
Sun Life Aisuraiioe Oo, of Canada,
Tin    Royal   Infiin 0  On.  of  Nortl)
Ami lien.
London k Lnnnasliiro
fill.- Insurance Co.
London (Tiiarnntoo k Accidonl lusnr,
unco (iu.
Genepsl Eoai Eatais & Finaueial Agfc,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A. I), WORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Pliotograpliop
v;.;;xox, ;;.;■.
VIEWS OF THE DISTIIICT  FOR  EALE.
MARTIN BROS.
LEADING HOUSE l?OB
lariwapfl, Stove, Tin-
ware, Paints, Oils
tlilu UluOlJi
1^3.   Gr.   -iJf tui.»i.2 i.jr^-X'-i.tiiaa.'Ci
STAf.'l': LINE,
Osoyoos, Rock Creok, Bouiiclarj* Oreel(
tuid Giuntl Prairie
Canyiug Passengers and Express,
ooixa WEST
LoavosGiwid Pmirio (North fork, viti Mu
Larcn's) ou Wcdiiesdny morning, nrri\1ng
O^yoos Thursday evening.
GOING KA8T
Jjoavos Ofloyooa Friday morning, arriving 14
|T5rnti(1 Pt'fliHo 8aturrlf»* ovetdnj,',
t^l SALE
Good Waiorlioos
hampion ShingleMaehine
Capni'lty, 20,000 por day.
Self-Foedor, with Jointer anil I'mki-f
complete,   Terms reasonable,
Apply Advance Officii or
MARK 1111,1,.
QlUNAOA* P.O.
NOTICE.
COURTS   0/:   AGSS^E- TVTOTICK Ifl HHMCBY QIVKNthattho un,
uuunio   u/   hj^a— |\j   riol,lncntio„edro8iieoUvenjnountB^llba
paid ns hi unty for Iho noncl of even- panther,
Table Showing tho Dates and Places Qf Courts  wolf, i reoynto killed in h eottlod dUtiict of the
of Assize, N'lbl Prlus, Oyer and Terminer      ftovineo, mi llioeeriittcnloof n JubUog of the
and General G::c! Delivery for Peace l Iinl surli nninial was killed in a settle
the year (894, inoiit,and ihnt tlie head wis produced to and
destroyed bj him, nmnely:—
PALI   VSSIZES ''"r <'I"'t| P^otlier, sovon dollars,and ftft>
centfl (§7.39}.
,ThurEtlayt20th Heptomlior    pm-bach wolf two dollars ($2.M),
...Monday, bui FJcpLembor.    ,. .if    ,-.,,„
..!.... Monday 1st October    Kurem li coyoto ono nolbr (91.00k
 Monday,'8th October Bj Uommand,
 Prldny. 12th Ootober i ,i \MKS UAICER,
...,Tin Biln . mh Morombor ■ "',,''.'"! ,',,
...jlnnday, I th November ' ir'v!llc'a' SooretWI1
,T ii ■■!.:',.. ."iiii Novomhei'j PyoyiiicialSecretary'spfllci
Clinton	
Richfiold	
; ICamloopa	
Ly I h in.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.
New wrifltminstor.
Vaneouvor	
Vii'Ini'ia	
Naniiiiuo	
■Tuesday, 27th Novi
\'tt'U;:-in,   V«t■ < 11^r 22ild( 1 ■'■'<• Thai ll'.ai A|
.•iin.
':■ Ml)
i rom I'i I" rCounti i
;,'.., 11 poll eurlol
■ Ami culled "  b) our n i ■
:. .      and men. bi  i ■"
A (.-.-..in ; inn v  - liol
.,..,,, „„.■,, „,. ;,,..,.';... .;.,■•: roi....
I Anduol in down
rhcnoni byi ounht;
....   .. iiidiirdeoiiioi,
•,,.„,!    cn,ill ■■'"'' a .■■'   '
,■ Noebov
ling „|   I, mre'erohoi ■■■
I'i,   ". ' ' '    III    '   " " l.    .
Hod .       .■ irki I    ■"'■'"
IVitlfnbcrufc'i
[ab   fortboj ■■•'. lbe rl ;bl i i mo..
".I oliwn ends,
Vlien Inn  Isilone,   i '':;   ay.
i\   |.,.j,,i„,.ra iibol       l».
  I'n i, Poet,
 .«-
liiSTll.TT NOT
.   i.
.1,,,  ;,   Plttendrl I'   In     returned
from tlie ia nisi.
I
ill". .1.   Iladdii in  Ifl, >"' regret   to
ale, very nnweli,.
".;;.',        '   ' nj] Hi |   a    ,
,'  i  in li, :' .: lake,
Thesllo lor the new lirid I
lei  n I is I i nrvei   I
Mr, tilirlslii n's ron i gaiii  a"' no
IV" lilting east i a I'ami' 111 li
'    A   „-..,. ..!' ...   . ....
road up iiiii I'i
■a.    '
.'ill'.''
lias a.I
Hvor,
-    '', • a a;... in  .,   pool  i!i (level-
i a' on .1 ■ Maple Leaf, Coi i]  11 i
'Kinney
Mr, ('. Deitz has completed i
ncnl  "ii  tho Sailor Boy, Camp Mc-
■ai.iiii have
oplni m tin' prosperity of thi a ' a   .   !.   . " ai'.allh
hindered hy the high prices asked for
whal are mere pro: p icts, This is, ol
mn ■. the case with ivory now camp,
hul it retards ils growth, as though
capitalists are willing to take hold of
. ml pay a good price for proved mihos,
tl,.yina. a-1 likely to do tho same for
, ai,',! 'ia the ground, The Hound-
,.,. cock district, however, contains
; tl o i . isreots,
as do al  i : in ley and Fair-
view, and nn prai'ticid mining nam
need lir deterred from visiting this
ct Ion "'' ing l" a preconceived Idea
{1..-11 ridiculously high I'i'iees are asked
in u|| in lani' - by claim holders, as
,i  though nol nil, nl the besl known
ii|iii<. and prospects to he fnnni) in tlm
iv  i Okona 'im and  Kel lo rivorcan
acquired al  a  reasonahlo llgiiro,
with a li rge    riety of I'l'ee-inllllng,
ci ncentrn;,i:.:  iiik]  sin Ithig  prnposl-
i From,
.ARMSTRONG'
will leav.e Penticton / a, m. pyery Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview i p. m., and Qxq} Washington,
the same evening
will
and
SS.
leave Oro, W
Fridays, reachin
GS-OIWC*-   W<0'JES.y?XX
ashington, 7 a. m„ Mondays,
at
Wednesdays
11 a, m., connecting with
Mjerdeen and S. & 0. and C, P. Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
Fairview
,i
■* ,i-'£3*ul\
yaaun
WSHUSOW, B.O.
IE». O.  B;o3E,lS"7.
HAHDWARB, f IS AND
■SVaRSBBBNHnflflnBBBBpMli
fi
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Machinery,
$i x-
%\
n -ti
0    p
Illl
'.'.    11 illi laj
n up ii I	
 ; i, ..
...a.   " ipll ■  .
id iii Salmon
' flow Cyanide MM.
fin new eyanld i mill 110W In course
of consliuclioii liy tho Golden Reward   Miuh g  C puny,  will  he In
nuoriltion on or nbniil October 1st. The
■ flln - ,■■ ill I- ''unpli i' a ia nhnut leu
ni ,1 Ilie building, 15x70 feet. In
sixty day i or los's fin realtor, Tho new
mill will In operated in an entirely
now ; iiiiinoi'i leaching tanks will have
ia, pi in llu   ; i'i | tour revolv-
; , barrels, each of six tons capacity,
•.- 11 I un Ilo tin i ulverizod ore. The
. ', ii |i a iti, :i ;„ ing pn| in the Imr-
ii 1 with the | nip in the eiimo manner
as chlorine or chlorination, By this
, ... , 11 proc of leaching Is com-
I, i.i,.I in a few hours itislonil of as
in in; ;11) where tanks are used for
thai pin p ie, Tho method has been
" thoroughly a tod by the Golden Ro"
!'"'' i™v-l v.,;!■.; Uompany, nud found to he both
pn ctical an I ei onomiciil and a higher
; •■ r 'ill of exlrai tion secured.
■■ in ilments an ' tests made by
iropn ;;.' hove also demonstrated
thai 'inr shavings are not absohitly re-
quii il io recover tho gold nnd silver
Iran the solution, tt is not yet; fully
decided what method will be used for
Ihis purpose in the new mill, which
with tin four barrel   un nti wed, will
up a
aaliliiay.
The ana mill i; running nl Okai i aa.
Falls,   Mr. Suodgniss will pn'
hole! there this fall,
' Mr
ihis
t,]|jng by tlie Hope Lr ;l
There ,vi:s imbiber elenii-up on tl ■
"'ia i, Camp McKinney, lasl Satur-
b'i ■ ivhich n  ia. il ,'cl]
VERNON, B.C.
OPPOSITE TO RAILWAY DEPOT.
nx irX*X.XIXt, JParojaari.o'boar.
nu
1ST 01
pros
HIS Ai BASS.
ir.
0
Kifles and Shot Guns,
Force and Lift Pumps.   Iron   Piping.
B^iaWatSSB/f^OajaSSB^EfMBIIKBB
ARMSTRONG.
GOOD STABLING.
TERMS - FROM    $1.00 ■■ PER - DAY • UPWARDS.
Mr, W. Ii. a rris lefl Mid' y Inst
1 lini- day [or Cam]) McKiuuey, Fair-
di iv, Iv'.'uger mountain, etc,
A mmiliei' of Similknn a in Indians,
Including the celebrated Ashuolii John
have gone up norcli for the Hop pick-
'!", ■,''.: ' who are working up
lediii oi ■ !., state that they are not
taking out much pay. Thia. however is nothing to go by.
A oni .pan trestle will bo i reeled
i-lghl nway al the rock bluff on Vas-
Scau lake. This wiil compli la ilia new
road from McKi y in Pentictou,
Messrs, Symon ia ami Wallace com-
nenci d I iking .a' i oul of (he Helen
last V.' lu ' a. wlili li will bo shipped
is soon a.   'a     iVl'oadis completed.
. ,, extern ive  hydra die oporati I
easily treat from fifty to sixtj  tons '.I'
ore per day,
Block Hi
-!-C
: imes.
Okanagan 5aw mi]
Kelowna, B. C.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
, pf Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Con
stantly on
ITL3.   S'fc'W.lHC Ka.   !*r>C!C5-Bl3.'^3ir-
laml.
Oia'aZo^vES   2?2.*OiXiia.Tp-b1r$r  HPi'LocX
mmmmwmmm
ffl
rn
^
B
^
^
R. OCHSNEH, PROPRIETOR.
First Lager Beer Brewery io B, C.
ffl Keep Money in the Province by Patronizing' Home Industry. g§
ffl ■       ffl
Inspection of Orchards, Ktc.
Now that lliu horticultural board
have,",! lasl appointed quarantine inspectors of frtiil pests al Vernon and
Osoyoos, the following clipping from
Iho "Horticultural Act:, IS',11." may he
of service to bin' readers, us It'defines
the powers vested in the local officers
ot ilia board lately appointed ;
'"■a . 0, 4.ny a"■■ il ia' of the Board,
. In ir la-j ector or agent, upon the
i oinj lainl ul' interesti il parties, or up-
• a iii own motion, may inspect, or
cause ii. I." inspected, .''mil. trees,
planl   i.a its, sciol ■. iHu'se'ry slock of
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Lroods Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable
mm®mmmm
DAT 1
OKANAGAN AND
SPALLUMOHEEN
vi:. iii all proliabillty l  carri il ou
Iheiiiouthof Kockoree'kthi fall,' The|i) ircharil deji'ris,empty
.'.,.;ia is low ancl lill!" more iii;ii) pro
bei !a:a' will In' iliiiii! ;iii nexl Biiring.
Mr. (
;"cs, and oilier material, ori hards, nurseries, and other
I laces cted  or   holii ved  to bo
nrvoj og i' :»:i'"i1<'1 ,J''il!l ,!n\A ffists' °.,'.il]-
'', fccled With conliigioiis (li.- eaac,-. in,iiin-
(ornucopin in White's camp,owned (ms to trees, plants, or fruits, and for
by Mr. William McLean, of Iiochi ter, l] purpn islberrnf he simll havo full
a-,. -. ' , a.. 0\ r $800 has bei n speiil I vol a id authority I" enter in anil
in developinenl mat; on this claim, "l1"'1 i:l"' f'H'm. "I'chard, nursery, or
... . . ,, ,, ,, , ,, ., U'lii'dcn, orany barn, warehouse, store-
which joins tho Mable and Oro on the P„;,., ,1,,,,, or otlier place or building,
iouth, ...i,,; |f he shall find Ihal Ihe said l'riiil,
Grand Frairio poi s ■■' a first-
Sass practical bricklayer in ihi
person "i Mr. Rol e a l larke,one of Ilia
ialis: settlers, There is HO Inn; ■ a : ay
ixcuso I'-i' I':-' dangerous stovepipes
I'liiining through the roi I of ;i;, i,i :.'■•
I'iver r;" -i; aa
'iia- aWentimi ol mining men !>
'tilled i" the Gold Commissioner's
notice, in another column, ilia! tend "■
rill   Ived ii'i October Jjlh for
'.iii> purchase of one-eighth interest In
the Motherload mineral claim, Dcad-
nil if he bIiiiII find tlmt the said fruit'
trees, plante, grafts, scions, nursery
iiiiri. ol ai! dei ■ iptlo'n, orchard debris,
empty fruit boxes or packages, and
other materia!, orchards, nurseries,
and othi r n aces ore ;"f tod with fruit
!" ■' . - ai■!" ■ '■' i wilh contagious diseases injurious to trees, plants, or
Iriiits, as iifovs'iid, such ineu'ibe't1, of
ti : ir, iir agchl !!i!iill nolii'y in wiil-
;.....',!,,. ownnr or person having charge
a ::'■;, nr inisi a ..ia property, within a
Lime l ' la prescribed in such notice, to
treit'l !i':;l iii- i ifecl said premises or
property in tho manner presented in
such notice j nnd such property shall
nol  li'.- removed after tho owner or
pi rson iu charge of lb" sameshnll have
(rondeau i, Th i her interest holders been notified in writing, ns aforesaid,
in this property are, W.McCormick,|without ii;,; written purmissioii nf a
are,
I. F, Hitchie, O. E„ li. Thompson ami
W.AY. Gibbs, I
Or," of lb" requirements of th i .'■', ■
uia; is ilia nppointine il nf a atfpcndl-
iiy in.i istrnte al Osoyoos 'i he uece i-
lity o It n quires no cxplaiiatlon, us ii
has often been pointed oul. and com-
a.l  i a,    The a; ;■■  ',.'.■   ■■■
i". well ii" i . '■'■■ a   .    i at an;   ti
later on, a 111    ii.-' elections a: ■ |
"iin gone I!■."!,' Is im :a  ,1 I" i  nko I ,.
. , .  .   t party   'rviceB,
I'. If ■ m i'i ■■■ I   -   ' .   ;,   Inli il ir
I   rivet.   Some li  lana       '   a
there in a- mil snllleli I childri o to
aa ia  a Bchool to he  liirted al  Mid"
(vay, ono I ib" t'esidei I guaranteed
o mil;a and I..ing iu a widow with
.a,:< children within a mouth ii thecoiu-
tnilllity would nay iii. expensi . ia
'rounding h ir up."  Nol ina   ia
per: an, '.   ,.   ri a. V.'ould pilj   al   fill   I'C
The road from Grand Prairie to Mar
aaa is land hauling in iia i nl llle re-
■ai', h ;; made up nf. toi a i and lill
.a i. ami, iniiil,!;,' stretches, stumps
.im; poor side-] ill cnl -a The new roiul
from i'.iiili' river in Ponticton wiil lie
iasior for freighting, though longer,
iud ■ ' ii a.i !" I a i illffl ulty in
jonvertiiig i1 in"1 i'1" fut'.iro ore ; ud,
■ui,. id d rci ■ il 'a ni nre given by
a|„, c, i', R, Everything will depend
|pon i; i . ■■ freighl nan naturnllj la
Drought i'i much cbeapei'on ii ■
ised for' i porting ore, and ii tho a ',   •
,■    ,     . .,.1)11";   '      ,',      '  hip     Vl   I       '■'•      I
;ii,.ii I,a, -ii - will also ii a ni II   ■ nn
ii by i''' same unit*,
' Scv, i i    wel!-kn iwn    niliiln "   rn h
momhei'of.the Board or tho Inspectors
■ '  ii   ,i,,' poison so notified .shall
 b ■ • or: f ie to n-al and disinfect
,1.,. aaid premium or pwperiyj in Iho
iiiamior iind within thetimo prescribed
in ll " said notice, r.uoh | crsnn shall 1«'
di nied guiltj nf a violation uf iiii.-
Vcl; and if itapi cars mi llu1 trial thai
an; orchard, trees, nursery, building,
i.i'' nny nl bi a slrncl ares, prpntlscs or
ii i hari ■ uf ua belonging lu
iin ii. a iljttit i ai'ial lu ill ."aid notice, .!■■'. f h structures,
i i'i iii •' is Infested or
,                        -       ■ Oourl may
,:i: 'Vet' ".   tl      a,',ni|. ia.au ill-
|'i clod in lia disinfected or
ih'Birn; i ■ il '.':■ a time in he men-
Id ru ! a. ui' may I'ual.i'.anv
, . - nii'i' tlial ii shall deem III; anil
if such order be .ml obeyed within the
: .. . heroin ■ peelfled il shall be Ihe
..' i i Hoard, or of Borne member
•: ,, if, or uf their Inspector or agent,
in i-a: - a'li' such order, anil the costs
.anil ilisl ursoments uf the prosecution
shall I." a Ijudgerl against the party
convicted ,..-. aforesaid,
i.i.i ia "a ". upon ii'spi'dinn, as herein pro! ilia.'!, i ! a iUi'llllll'l' 111'  111!' Bllill'll,
tn a   .'..a' or agont   Hllds any  of lbe
!■ aa     to i"': fei tod with fruitpesls
ni' affected with contegloiis disease,
but is unable In lake Ihe pl-oceedlngs
1. ■   .. ni", i led by reason of thero be
ing no person in charge, or either the
owper or Lia wl: reabouts being un-
known, he shall la' ai lihortT to cause
lb" sail  !i   in- disinfected, and the
costs and expenses thereon shall be a
a,n iia- property, which may bu
enforced 1 v seizure and sale nf a sitfli-
eienl '■':■.iii ii v thereof in satrnfy Ihe
-anil': I'r n i.a '-. however, thai nn propel ly  -laiil  I." do itroycd under tbiii
1    i ;i"ii until an order therefor has
irjod from a iliistlco uf the
anj .Tusllco is here-
. .'   rl :■' uiak.e i!i"ai proof nf
iia
ii," case nr nf reason-
fig been maile lo asccr-
na pcrann  who should
Orders From All Parts Promptly Filled,
•
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AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY
Wednesday and Thursday^
ber 9, io, n, 1894.
His Excellency Lord Aberdeen, Gov-.
ernor-General of Canada, purposes to
Open the Exhibition.
Reduced Rates will be given by the
C. P. R. and Steamer Aberdeen,
The Prize List i.s being sent to Members and Intending
Exhibitors. If you have not received a copy send Li your',
address to ihe Secretary.
j\. h. FOJCTip, Pres., W.p. POBERJSON, Sec.
Enderby, B. C.
Vernon, B. p..
EzrajEflO^msgr^iL
*
Ol^s^xs-ahgra/xa. "Valleys
^     §     f
The HARDEN TOWN of 11. t'., and, Ihe natural
Shipping and Distributing point fori the fainowj.
Ha
ft
This new town affords the best and safest Investments to be found iii British Columbia.
The  smallest; size being 60x120 fei u,
Town Lots      w"^ 1M ^et iive"ucs "'"i ^° ^e*
lanes.   Acre blocks from 5 Acres up
... i P,.
wards.
FOB  1'll.lCl.S APPLY  TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KELOWNA,
Y HOTEL
lll,ll\V.,V. KKTTI.KlllVKH.
First Class Accouimodatloii.   Good Stabling,   Terminus of, Stage Lino
from Marcus, Washington.
T. McAULEY
Proprietor
jci
cs.
OA.F.C& ~J:XmX» «1o i.'
krmsitorg, B. C,
CD.
Dry
Goo
as, Groceries,
Boots and Shoss
Etc.
A 1
irge
list of I'a.'i's for sale,
PC O 3E8, HU'   HE O "3? E 3C«..,
LIJJIBY, li, 0.
First-Class AccoiiimodalIon for. Guests. Good Hunting aiidiFisliinjj,
Stages, to Viwlon and. Blue Springs.
V
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