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THE ADVANCE.
cu.^i<^^V   Y^0^)
Vol. V, Nftf3.
Jt
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MAY 18, 1898.
$2.00 per Year,
ONLY THE BEST IS CHEAPEST i
The Best Lines in
j Hardware,                               \
!       Groceries,
Furnishings,
!                   Dry Goods,            \
'   ■                   Boots and Shoes j
| "W. 7. Slxatf ovd and Co. \
*                         Full* view, Camp Mi-Klniiey and Vernon.                        '
MARCUSandMIDWAY
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i P. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 I'. M
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
 *	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   X>.   MOBBISOK,   PBOPEIETOR.
PENTICTON HOTEL
.1. TiiiinnKit, Pnoi'iiiKToii.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Ooxnuotion with S. S, Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osuyoos, Boundary Cheek.
Kettle River asp Points in Washington
Al.l.   ARRANGEMENTS   MADE   1'lllt   PlillVIPINO
Guides ANi) Oi'Tittk kor Hunting Parties.
Good Boating and Fishing.  How and Sail Hoats for Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM AND   BACON    .
Write fiir prices,
A LARGE  LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
"WOoD,   OABGILL  4.   OO.,       -      -       A-XtmSISXtOilSCe.
17
D W, JAKES, M, Il„ CM.
BY APPOINTMENT     ,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS,:-! D„ C. M.
VKHNON, 11. 0
Late in*
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Kmi,
QR.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
J T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate of McGill Ui.iversity.
Office : Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.l
M, COCHRANE,
Solicitor SrriiK.\iK Court,
Notaiiv Public Convkyanokk, Ktc,
Ofiltna: Qllmoro'a Mock, Barnard Avenue,
VKHNON, - II. C,
pitED. HILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office : Martin's Block,
Vehnon, B.C.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending May 12th.
7. Key Weal,  Copper camp,  E.   P.
Suyiliini,
7. Kooiloo, Deadwood euiup, E. P.
Siij'diuu,
7. Highland Belle, Deadwood ownp,
N. Brnni'lt.
8. Mexico, Suiiinijlfcanip, It. Pollard,
Ji. Westward |Ho, Sounuii camp, J,
li. Henderson,
8. Malta, Summit cainp, ,1. II.   Hen-
dersuu.
S). Hiinililar, Brown's iiiinp, .1.   Mo-
Gull*, K. .1. Kelly, W. L.  McKay.
II. Queen   Bird  Fraction,   Brown's
camp, .1. MeGuIrk, K. ,1. Kelly, M.
L. McKay.
II. Hose, Chrisiiiui lake, S. Kciling.
0. Little Chief, Skylark camp,   11.
Watson.
11. G.A.R., Deadwood camp,  I),   W.
Ilollirook.
11. Golden Gate, White's camp,  J.
Eiiilul.
12. Juinlio, Puss creek, VV. H. Harris,
T. I'', Ciisuck.
CERTIFICATES OV WORK.
7. Double Sianilnrd; F. Marchaiide,
M. E. McKellar,
8. Dundy; J. W. Lind.
8. Missing Link; J, W.  Lind,  H.  L.
Morgan, G. W, Bllinliel'Kiir,
8. .Muulczuniu;   E.    Keightley,    It.
Denzler,
8. Mtitiareh; T. Humphrey
A LLAN MACDOI.ALD,
BARRI8TER AND 80LI0IT0R
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
N I) T A It V   PIFBl.l O, W _ V.
Vnii.sns, n. c.
J    K. JOHNSON,
LAW AND COLLEOTINO AGENCY.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND   I.'OIII'S   ....   j). ci,
pOIIHUS JI. KEHJ-iY, P.L.S.,
A..M.C.S.C. I3„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VERNON, B. C.
*T  E. CROWELL,
TRONSON ST., V.1KN0N,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specially.
P H. LATLMER,
VKIINIW, ii. c,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.and  Surveyo-a*.
Mom. Amur .Son. Irrig. Kngs,
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, n. c.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
S ashes, oops, Mouldings, Turnings Etc,
ii!  -C:.iU..if Factory  Work  Kept in Stock  and  Mnide to Order
Coast C3dar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
AU Kinds of Lumber, Lath- und Shingles Kept in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Priees and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,   Sash and Door
Factory on 0. P. R., Vernon,
J. C. HAAS^
MINING ENGINEER,
GIIEl'lNWOOr, CITY, B, C.
■Griiesfs    Bros.
jJSSAYERS AND CHEMISTjg
. PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, 0,0.   ,' btUSBNWOOD, n. 0.
... c, ii.us.      M. ii.iiumiT.      0.T. H0D080N.
HOUN DAI'Y   CREEK
Engineering and Assaying (Jo.
GrtHmwoort City, H. (.V
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Tin ...ni «li Acquaintance nld. llio Kottlo
River unit lloiinilnry Creek Mining
Dl.tritils.
Golden Eaglei J. A. Frank. C.
Pelersun, T. McDoimell..
D. Puyallup!  W. T.  Smith,  E.
Tate, D. VV. Hornlicy.
TRANSFERS
(I. Old Ironsides, K> interest,  A.
.lines lo It. E. Strnhoru.
0. Old   Ironsides,   J iulrrcsl,  C.
Lundy lo II. E. Slruhorn.
0. 01.1 lronsidi.*9, lainli'iesl,  J.  Stevens to H. E. S'tl il hor ll
8; Old Iroiisidi's, J  interest,  it.  E.
Slriiliorii to Old Ironsides Milling
Co.
IS. Old   Ironsides,  \- inleresi,  ,1.   P.
Graves to Old Ironsides Mining Gil.
7,'Ectio, 1-12 inleresi, H. L, Moody
lo W. G. Estcp,
7. Mary L, 1-12.interest, H. L.Moody
■ ui VV. G, Eslep
7. Iron King, 1-12 Interest, 11. L.
Moody In VV, G, Estep.
8. Gibraltar, i iuteiest, ,1. B. Henderson till1, Ciirniiiliael,
8. Gili.altar, 1-10 interest, ,1. B. Henderson toT, S. lliggiiisuii.
8. Gibraltar, 1-18 i resl, J.'B. Henderson toG. E. Drew.
8. Helen, \ interest, A. M. Syiuons lo
.1. C. Hans.
I), Woodbine j inleresi, A. II. Finn-
land to E. J. Kendall.
II. Wild Rose, } interest, A. It. Fing-
luiid to E. A. Kendall.
2. Golden Crown, nil interest, N.
Jerry to.I. R.Cook and J. B. Mc-
Arthur.
AN EXPLANATION.
To Ilm KdllorofTuK Adv.inck:
Sin.—Kindly allow me space in the
columns of tlle ADVANCE to correct a
statement made in your issue of the
lllh Inst.., in your comments on Ihe
Dundy mineral claim snil—Pilteiidrigh
vs. myself et ul. In your comments
the following words are used:
"Theaclion which led up to the
proceedings in this case was llie re*
loan I loll of the claim liy the defendants, or rather liy lhe Hut-named de-
f endup I (inyselt), ivhn il, is understood
was led lo look upon lhe ground, us
vacant, owing to the fuel,if is claimed,
that the original location wns ninth,
wilhi.ut mineral heing found in place,"
Now, in order to make myself clear
ou Ihis point, I wish ii, to he distinctly
understood that.ul. the lime I located
the Dundee luminal claim 1 hud no
knowledge whatever of the Dandy
mineral eluiin having heen located l.y
Mr, Pitli'iulri-h.
The Dundee claim was slaked on tlle
wesl side of Boundary creek, and was
so located us to include, llie lint south
of nml adjoining tlietownslleo'Greeh-
wood on the ensl side of llle creek,
which Uut I afterwards learned hud
already heen staked aaa mineral eliiiui
hy Mr. Piilcndrigh.
Hud I known this to Iiii ilie case ut
the lime, I certainly would never have
loeiiteil llle Dundee iiiiiierul eluiin so
us to Include ihe Dundy, whether 1
thoughl Mr. Plttendrlgh had a legal!
right to his ground or nol. I have loo
npii-li regard for the miners und pros-
pccitirsof this district lo knowingly
hi'i'iune mixed up ill all affair of this
kind.
The Iirsl knowledge i had of the loci! ion of llie Dundy uiineru! claim was
through Messrs. Ruliert Wood and .1.
A. Coryell, who Informed ine af Midway (some days after the Dundee had
heen recorded) that.a claim known us
the Dandy hud lieen located ou the
east -side of Boundary creek it week
previous to iny location, and that lhe
largest portion of it was Included in
iny local ion.
Some time after this I visited the
Dandy claim with my part-ier, .lames
Sul hei Innil,
Regarding the legal points at issue,
I have nothing to say, further than
that as stateil ahove, aud in correction
of your comments, lhe Dundee eluiin
wits staked not because mineral was or
uns not found iu place on lhe Dundy,
hut. because at the time of its location
and record I was not aware of the ex-
istenee of Ihe Dniiily mineral claim.
At tile presenl lime I am in no man*
ner connected with the Dundee mineral
claim, and whatever conlenlious.orj
difference.- may exist bnlweeu Mr. Pit-
lendrigh uml tlie i.wntrsiif llle Dundee
will, I presume, be set tied iit the proper
time.
The above statement will set. mat* j
ters righl us far as I am concerned,
and I trust will prevent Ihe furthei
spreading of an unjust and misleading
ituteiiient of the case, and clear me of
the Imputation of having re-located or
pimped lbe claim nil nny technical or
other ground. I have yel to re-loeale
anybody's claim on any grounds whatever. In (his matter I have acted truthfully and in good faith, mid I know
thai (hose with whom I am acquainted
wiil bear me out. iu litis assertion,
Yours truly, J. V. Haas.
Greenwood City, B. 0, May lit, 181X1.
——► • . 	
HEINZE'S CHARTER.
The British Columbia and Western
Railway, for which a charier ind laud
grunt of 10,000llcrus to lhe mil.' for a
narrow gauge road, or 20,000 acres
should a standard gauge he built, wus
granted to Aug. Heinze by lhe Provincial Government, has created consider*
able adverse criticism on ibis side of
llle line, says the Spokesman Review.
Mr. Ileinze alllist only asked u light
of way, but as matters progressed a
subsidy clause was attached to the hill,
and so adroitly wus it managed thai
everything asked for was secured.
There is,an air of mystery nbout lhe
affair Ihal, cannot he solved. First,
llial Mr. Heinze should branch out as
I.uiiiier of riiijiuifs, n business wilh
which he is Itilul y unfamiliar. Naturally the qiicslii/n. arises is lhe scheme
one of his own? There are people Ull.
generous enough, to assert that the
Canadian Pacilic is at the hack of the
enterprise, us llie proposed road fol*
I.IKS so closely the surveys made by
lhat corpora tion. There is a question,
however, which is of importance us affecting this sentiment, At Ihe annual
meet ing of tiie Canadian Pacific il was
decided that no more than four miles
of railway would lie built this year,
and ihal iu tlie Kooteuui toiiuikesoine
necessary conned ion; lint this will not.
interfere willi'other corporations building roads aud the Canadian Pacific
..perilling thein. The Blitish Ciiluin-
bin Southern, or, as it is belter known,
lhe Crow's Nest, Pass roud, if built
lllis year will be supplied with capilul
by an English syndicate, and the Canadian Government will give a bonus of
$20 000ii mile, lhe Canadian Pacilic
liuililing and operating llu* same. So
It. would appear thai the Columbia k
Weslern road might he built under n
similar .arrangement,, While Mr,
Heinze may have the money to do
Ihis, it is not generally credited that
he has $4,000,000 or $6,000,000 lo construct lhe200 mill's of railway from
the Columbia liver lo Okanagan lake,
through an undeveloped country.
People in a poiilion to know will neither eoHliru. nor ileny the statement
that the Canadian Pacilic is back of
the enterprise.
SHOULD HAVE BEEN REMEDIED.
Tiie Kamloops Sentinel thus coin-
incuts stringently on Mr. Mara's position in regard lo the revision of llle
voters' lista'of Yale and Cariboo und
the distance apart of lhe polling
stations:
"The voters' list as it stands in this
constituency ut presenl. was in the
main made up well on to three years
ago, and it is Impossible under lhe
changed coudlllons lhat an election
held under it can conie any way Ileal'
expressing llie true feelings of I'be
pi cseul population of i he constituency,
And when the ineugreness of llie list
is iiililed the outrageous defects of
the subdivision inlo polling districts,
whereby voteiii will be coinpelled lo
'live' populous centers und travel
scores and hundreds Of Ullles ill unimportant points iu order to exercise
Iheir friiHch.se, lhe shameful results of
Mr. Mam's delini|ueiieies ure niinle
plainly upparenl.
"For lhe district BOUIh of Okiinagan
lake lliere are four polling still ions,oue
at. the poslofll.T, Penticton, one al, the
government olllee, Osoyoos, one at
Midway, antl one at the school house,
Kettle River. At Osoyoos will have
to vote all the electors from K.rc-
nieos, Fairview, Anarchist Mniinlain,
etc,; At Midway, all Boundary creek,
Rock creek, Camp MrKinney, elc, and
the balanced! this lurgcdlslrlct, known
as Chrislinn Lake, Including Carson,
Greenwood Olty, etc.. will goto the
school'house nl Keltic, river. Now
heie is au area of 4,(1011 square miles,
witli im voters allowed three polling
divisions, leaving out Peiiliclon, one
of the must important and rapidly lip
creasing districts in lhe entire province
almost disenfranchised owing to the
distance lhe voters will be obliged to
go to vote.
" There were two full sessions of parliament, during which Mr. Mara
might have brought In a bill Incurred
these defects, but lie remains ullerly
neglectful up lill nearly lhe close of
lhe lasl session, and only makes a
show of action ufter lle had been
lashed into u sense of his duty by the
Libera! ini'iuber for the distant constituency nf Winnipeg. There is no
reiison lo believe that the mutter
would ever have been refeired loin
parliament at all had il not been for
Mr, Mnrl Ill's fit tent Ion to it. .Nor is
there uny reason In believe lhat Mr,
Mara had any Intention nf allowing
the Iiii1, wliieli he wus Coinpelled In
ni.ik.* a show of advocating, to pass,
How absurd is il to charge Ihal ihe
opposition refused to allow llie bill lo
pass, when the opposition was lhe
parly lliut forced a rehlelunt local
member In introduce il. The reason
of Mr. Main's opposil ion to any change
from lhe old condition is apparent, II,*
knows thut lhe new blood in Yule.
Curiboo is liolly opposed to the methods lle has pursued, that lhey are
anxious for reforms which do mil harmonize with Ilis personal interests, -ill
a word, he knows lhey want a change,
HIbobject,therefore, ia to restrict the
vote us lunch as possible. But is it
fair? Will the sense of jusl ice, even of
Ilis iiiiinediate friends, submit to nn
Imposition of this kind? We do not
believe it?
 *-t* • 4    	
NEWSPAPERS IN MINING CAMPS.
The history of Ihe struggling existence and lliial starvation of many local
papers iu prosperous mining localities
isuota creditable record for nn in*
duslrysn broad and liberal in uiuuy
other respects, says llie Canadian Mill'
Ing Review. I')specla)ly Is Mils true In
view of Ilie fuel ihul. llie, mini's have
been mosl faithfully upheld and owe a
large prOporlion of their valueaui) success Io ibe very means wliieli has been
neglected iiiu| unrewarded. The repurj
on mining properties, slrikes of ore
iu mines, shipments from smellers,
value of ore, and mill runs, bus been
IllOSt faithfully made, In be copied
hy the inelropoliluu review in the
cenlerof capital until a tide of enquiry und investment has been ill-
trarieil lu Ihe locality and n general
condition of prosperous activity estate
Hailed by which hundreds liaji been
benellled. Iii uiaii.v cases Ihis glillui-
tons work, which has cost time and
money, has been done faithfully and
impartially fnr those who .have .never
contributed Ihe amount of au annual
tiubsrriptinn lo lhe paper whicli has
been the chief cause of llieir prosperity, The mining industry of Canada
lo day owes its promising condition to
its general activity, the favorable
slaleof public opinion towards mining,
the investment of capital and 111.' remarkable development now Inking
place inure to I lie Influence of i he press
ihiiii to any one or all Influences com*
billed, but ils return for all this benefit
has, as u rule, been most niggardly
and certainly unjust.
 . • 4-     	
A NEW PROCESS.
Tlie demand for a simple, economical and successful process for the treat*'
inenl of rebellious ores is met by lhe
"miluial" process, which lakes advuii-
Inge of and directs lhe forces und re*
sources of nature tn ecolni'lulc'ally
iiff'ct the purpose In view, vi/., by lhe
intelligent use of lire, nil' and waler,     ':'
The process is our which Iirsl reduces llie ore lo, suy, a cube e.piiiling
21) lo lhe lineal inch, which is llien
passed lhrough u furnace wilha gradually increasing heal in ibe presence of
un iihunditnl supply of oxygen. Tbe
ore is thereby ihoronghly desulphurized mid oxidized and all noxious in-
gri'.lienls thoroughly im inoii.l.'d. The
cherry-red calcined ore pusses off Into
a hath of cold water, which effect * n
perfect disintegration and dissolution
of all particles of foreign uial Ier. The
pulp isnow conveyed by the inner In
loa dresser running ul a liigli reieise
speed, which brings all lhe pari ide-
into excessive agilalioii and altilioti,
iiiid with the aid of a cJciMsliig, alkie
lini' solution, wliell necessary, the
|ll'oclnusiiloius(ll uiny here be remarked
Ihul Ihe prevailing idea lhat inelnl-
are "chemically alloy.sl" is a fallacy,
as years of experience uud leseuirli
have proved that ineluls ctpexlslillg
In ore are presenl under a stuteof division) ale hroiighl under u slulc id ex*
tii.me seiisi'iveness for fcee uiiiulgn*
million wilh mercury, Therein lie.
the principle of lhe process, wdiilsl linens! under ordinary eonililions will
not exceed $1,.*') per Ion, and from le!
toft) pet  eenl. of llle iissny' vali'io nl'
ill." ore is l-ei »,. cnni.
Ji THE ADVANCE.
W. H. NORMS PuoruniTOB
Published   weekly  at Midway,  II. C.
Subacriplloa Price, $2.1111 per annum, payable
In advance, either yearly or half-yearly at the
option of the subscriber.
Ail verdling Hales .mil on application.
Though the columns of Tns AnviScs are
always open for the discussion nf mailers of
public iuterem aud importance, we do not ncc-
C-Harily einlunit! any of lhe oplnioim expressed.
Cornwpoudeuce ot a personal nature will not be
published.
MONDAY, MAY 18,1800.
: : A cross lu tht. space hull-
: :oates that your.UDScrlption
I :to lid. paper has expired.
We call intention to it letter by Mr.
Haas, published in this issue, mid we
do so the more readily, as it would
seem some comments of ours mi the
case, Pilteiidrigh vs. Haas et al, published Inst week, would lend to place
Mr. Hans in a false position, as far us
Ilis connection wiih the location of the
Dandy inilicrnl claim wns concerned,
Had we beau belter informed on lhe
matter, our coiinneiit would nol huve
appeared antl no necessity would have
existed for Mr. Huns' Idler of explnna-
lion, whicli we alt)quite willing to accept as n tine slnli'liieul of the case,
Tiie wolds made use of by ourselves
were Ihose of general coin inenl and
therefore il wuuld seem the puhlic as
well as ourselves really required lhe
enlightenment upnu the case which is
now furnished by Ihe Idler above re.
fen eii lo. We hope these explanations will set the nniller aright between Mr. Haas, mn selves uud the
general milling rnuununity.
UNDESERVED.
The Kamloops Sentinel, in a recent
issue, -.nun.enliiig upon the revision
of tbe voters'lists of Yale and Cariboo, very unjustly and undeservedly
censures Mr. Mara when ltsays,iimong
other ihings.thiit "when li.theniengie-
"nessof Ihe list is added the out-
" lageous defects of Ihe sulxtivllion
" into polling districts, whereby voters
" will be compelled lo leave populous
"eenlersand travel stoles and hiiiid-
" reds of miles In unimportant points
" in order to exercise llieir franchise,
"the shameful results of Mr. Main's
" delinquencies are made plainly up-
" parent."
For ninny of sis shortcomings Mr.
Mara no doubt Is entitled to censure
at Ihe hands of nor contemporary, hut
with regard to the distribution of
polling stations throughout this district we nre fifinnd in fairness to say
that matters are n»l nearly so bad as
depicted ly the Sentinel, as although
some of Ihe voters will he obliged to
travel in some cases seiinil miles I.n
exercise Iheir franchise, yel a very different state of affairs will exist at Ihis
coining elect ion than ever before, for
recenlly no less I ban three polling stations have been added lo lhe tine en-
Joyed l.y the electors of this section
formerly.
Even st so recent a date as the last,
general elections, one polling station
only win allotted to Ihis sectiun, and
that loo was located atOsoyoos. That
some of Ihe yoten will be somewhat
inconvenleiiced at the ensuing election
can only be attributed In Ihe fail that
al the allot men! of polling slat ions lasl
year, when three were added to the
list, the centres of population represented by Greenwood Oily, Anaconda,
and Carson, were not then in existence,
and therefore could not be taken inlo
account.
It is not necessary, however, tn explain matters further, only it, might he
well to add that our contemporary
should endeavour lo be inure convert,
ttnt with its subject selected for comment, and shouid not in ils zeal to further ths gooil cause which it has espoused, unjustly censure an opponent
just for lllin sake of being captions,
ur endeavour lo enlighten the wnrld
with its knowledge of the geography
of the southern portion uf Yale, by
placing CartOn and Greenwood in the
Chrislinn Lake district.
COURT AT GRAND PORKS.
1 SATURDAY,-Tii,
The adjourned hearing of lhe Wesl-
gate case came up before .lodge Spinks
at Grand Forks on Saturday, Ihe Dili
inst., and Ihe evidence being of a conclusive eharacler the accused gol. Ihree
mouths with hard labor for bringing
stolen property inn. Canada. The Iirsl.
charge having been disposed of, llie
prisoner wasarruigned upon I lle charge
of being al liberty, he having wilh I um
others escaped froui gaol ou lhe nighl
of Ihe 21st April, Upon this charge
lhe prisoner also got three llionlhs
with hard labor,
MONDAY.
On lhe afternoon of Monday the I llh,
two prisoners were brought before the
court, (they having signified theii de-
jsre lo take advantage of a speedy
trial), hinged upon Ihree different in-
dii-iuieiils. There names were rHiner
Cnlliun and Joseph Downliam, accused
in Ike fiii-t instance with bringing stolen pn .fieri}' into Canada : in llle second
instance wilh having on the night of
the9th of Mny stolen frum the dwelling house of Mr. VV. II. While of
Grand Forks, certain articles, to wil, a
revolver, scabbard, carl ridges and
hell; and in the third Instance, with
having upon t he same evening, viz. I he
Bin of May, sUlen two saddle horses
sod complete riding out fits, the same
taring been stolen froui the owners,
Fred. Grant and Joseph Pedd, at
Grand forks. For the flint offence,
(heprisoner Calhuii got one year with
hard labor. For the second offence
each of the prisoners were sentenced
to live years wilh hard lahor; and for
the third offence they each got five
years, the sefltnuceto run concurrently.
PURELY • • ® EVERY WOMAN
® ®
Though di* not fail to take advantage of
thlH rather limited opportunity, nnd
have your Photo taken wliilc you have
that opportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly flolnhcd picture. J. B.
Stornicr Is a proficient workman In his
productions of art, aod guarantees per-
(eel satisfaction.  Cabinets only J5.U0.
California Gallery, Midway, B. C.
ATTENTION
Private Sale of Furniture
•iH'iUli 'wlnnis. of disposing of lhe
whole of the followinghonsehold goods,
which constitute the finest assortment
of furirllilr.e existing in the districl, I
hereby call lbe ullenlioii of intending
Investors to lbe fact lhat the whole of
the following articles can he purchased
al reasonable pri|*e«, and a view of the
gootlBnVffiey stand ut my present
1'en'dence at Midway, "respectfully
solicited, The whole of the goods only
will he sold, and thnl by private agreement lietwcen purchaser and vendor:
M VV, PALMERSTON.
Midway, May 12,18110.
rsnuiH.      ...
One grand Htcinwny piano, (-.aid as saw aiid in
perfect order, original colt 11850,1 cherry wood
writinf cabinet with top shelves,1!'dak cenior
table, 5 hftndionic rookjog.olinira, apholstcrcd,
1 rosewood ball chair, apboltlcrb-l', 1 mahogany
music 4'"aiid, 8 ebony vase stands, 1 brass
jardliifeiv 1 lounge, upholstered, 2 pair chenille
curtains -.with pules complete, 1 fine quality
Smyrna rug, 1*11 Kttti, several valuable steel
ensravlngs, copies of famous oil paintings by
noted nrllsls, complete set of cosily ,lit]mncse
rases, bric-a-brac, brackets, busl.no'-eltlCB,etc.
LiBiuav.,    .,  ,,
One choice book case with . I'oinhinatlon
writing desk, I gentleman's harib'yood.chcft'o*
nler with brass mountings, 1 upholstered Turk*
lah chair. 1 large bonk i-asc, library containing
many valuable works, I tabic, pictures, steel
•egravlngs, bric-a:br_r, vasrs, otllce chairs etc.
DININO noiiM.   |
Oak dining room fiirnlliirr, 1 oak extension
table (large), I iloltn chairs leather lipiioirtcred,
I side table. I stand fnr "criii'Itcry, I" Newifoinc
sewing.fsachlne, 1 complete sit of Ilavlland
china, I iiei cul glass, decanter, glass, etc., pic*
hires, erigraf lngs, brlc-a-brae.
KITCnBN.
Oood kitchen furniture, consisting of stove
•nd all Mods of cookint* utensils, tinware, oto,
JO I.KI.IIOOM Nl). I,
Compter set of haiulsii„|o.*.«lmrtefnfhiti.r#
tflrit cost J.i00} cnnsislliig n( bod, dressing case,
with handsome mirror, wushstand, marllle top
table, rockers, wrlilng table, maripictte carpet,
pictures, bric-a-brac, etc.
iiEiiiiinisi No. 8,
Oak set, consisting nf dresser, wash stand,
bed, stands, chairs, lounge, ash ohofTbnior, pictures, bric-a-brac. etc.
.   IlKDIIOOMS 3, ( anii 5.   .
Sets of furniture—homo m-atc-cohslsting of
beds, wash stands, dressing tables, chairs, etc.
MISCCLUSKOUS.
Large quantity of shades. lamps, curtains,
rugs, matting, etc., 1 good single buggy, 1
cutter, 1 gentle ladies' saddle and driving horse,
1 yearling colt, 1 good milch cow, harness, etc..
LICENSING COURT.
NOTICE Ii hereby given thnt the Licensing
Court fnr the non thorn portion of the
Osoyoos Uifltrict, «ill he held at the Government ofllco, Osoyoos, on
Monday, the 15th .June, 1898,
at cloven o'clock in the forenoon.
C. A. It. LAMBLY.
Government. Ofllco, Osoyoos, B. C,
May 8th, 189(1. 7
NOTICE.
To W. H. Norris, J. P., Midway, B. C, and
James Kerr, J. P., Midway, B. C,
Gentlemen—I beg lo hereby nivo you notice
thnt lintond nt the nexl slningnf the Licensing
Court, to be held t ■■ lower p-trtinn of tho
Osoyoos division of Ynlo dint-'Ini. In apply forn
license fnr the imlu of liquor nt (hn Summit
Hotel. Hit nnl cd on llio minimi, of Mniiii'lnry
mountain, nbout fmii- miles from Annninda,
B. C. !,.U''AY.;TT1C MMCNVKIf.
Mny 12,1800. 0
NOTICE.
•,  ..-in ■..l.cl-'.a .'■   I
To S. Bussel Almond, J. P.,' Carson, It. .'.,
snd  Peter T. McCallum, J. P., Grand
Forks, B. C.
fll'.NTI.KMKN.-I . beg [ii berrliy give yon
nnil.''. Ihall lnttiiiil.nl thrnexl sillingnf the
Licensing Ciiilrt, tn be Imlil fnr the-Iowcr por-"
linn of the Osnynns dlvlslnn nl Vaic llislricl. In
apply for a Urease fnr tlin siiln nf splrll.ious
liquors, wine nnd liner, al Ilm lOrlglnall Ilrantl
Forks llolel. Ilrand Forks, II. ('.
I am. gentlemen, yours rcspci-lfullr,
CIIAUI.KS VAN' NKHH.
Orand Forks, II. ('., Mnv II. ISM.
J, W. I^EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
: midway, b. c.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    n_-2m
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Hough Lumber
Prom $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $18
Per Thousand.
w
HO wnntw to seo her hu riband
happy and cheerful
SHOULD
VOTE
ffo
B   Ketling   the   bent groceries
fur I be least possible money, send
Id
UlPllLSi
Carson, B. C.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
—LUMBER—
GLASSWARE and CROCKERY
Stationery, School Supplies
ANI) TOYS.
Playing Cards and Games-
Dressing Cases.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings.
Proprietary Medicines
ED. A. HAIN
k
MIDWAY, tl, c.
S. A. MUIB & CO.
(Suocefwon* to It. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Koop a First-Class stock of
Drugs, Chemicils,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
MAIL ORDERS.
posTomoe uox Ul.
KNIGHT & CO.
Vernon, B. C.
Butchers and Pork Packers
VERNON HOTEL,
Hamilton k Mciiillvray,
Proprietors.......
Went ICml of \ /
Hnrnrml Avon...*,   VERNON,B.C.
White i'ifetelp! Orily.
First-Class in Kvery Itcspiiot,
Every Comfort and Ciiiivciilcnrn.
Free Una to anil from All Trains.
A Call Solicited.
Stable  :  li\ : Connection
W. DALRYMPLUS
Gestearal    331noSi:ia-m.l-tilx
PAIRVIEW, B. 0,
All  Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
Specialty,
P. B. JACQUES,
Watohes, Closks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, fi, C
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. 0.
,. The Gold Drop Boarding on-sa..
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Oood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C.
Vmi can now purchase cedar panel doon. beanlifiilly Dludo 'ind milsliwl; window kiihIi,
Inilm, MbinKlt'K nnd all other klmlH of houso fiii'iiirihingH, at the Okiuiagwi Sawmill. ItoiiKh and
dretincd lumber conHlflntly on hand. Onicru from Keltic Kiver district solicited nnd prireK
furnished upon application to
N. H.—Hfu.li and Doon at Coast Prloofl, with Sllghl Attvanoa lo cover oni-t of freight.
S.   Xil3QT7I3BZS2,  2PR03P-
The trade centre of the Grand
*VS| Prairie, Kettle river and
S Boundary creek mining and
S agricultural country.
mt Situated at the junction of
Up the Boundary creek, Marcus
fcs and Reservation wagon roads.
H Nearest point to the Colville
Hffl reservation mines-
m ■ ■	
m LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
m                —-^=
wi       ~	
?t«r1 '''"' l,l'i',,'s'""',l" "H"'1'ii.f"riiiulii.il apply tu
!S C. E. STUART ■-■ AGENT
iffi! CARSON, GRAM) PRAIRIE, B. 0.
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Copper Street, Greenwood City, 'B. C.
Meals    s,-fc    All    Hours
C. GIBBS, MANAGER.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
I    AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
'UPHOLSTERI  G-
ROSSLAND, B. C.
VERNON, C. C.
■ fW-iiWW'S*^''.'"*'*"**■'■' —■ ■ 'jr.t--'ra-/rf-' x■ •»*«■ tt
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers ol
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
AU Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving1 the Nursery
b F U K A M E   P ALLS,
P. O. .Box 582. Washing I or)
XtA.lM.'S  JEIOElIff   £CO^.XSX..
LUMBY, B, 0,
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishlnii
Stajres to Vorniin and Blim Springs,
Z-.oix±s Morand, Prop.
o-X-O. ii- sra-oxjXiE,
BLACKSMITH  AND WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING AND GENERAL REPAIRING,
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden GatoHotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, 11. (,'.
NOTARY PUBLIC
-;;i::->.
%	
Afi-oixt  Fortius Royal InsurancK Coy. "
The London and Lancashire Fibb
Insurance Coy.          j.j •
The  Insurance Coy, of North' '
America. .  it
The London and Canadian Firu^
Insurance Coy. ,,, „"*.,-
The Sun Life Assurance Coyo#s
Canada. .;v-'!;I
The DominiofBuildino JisitUiAti'.ft
Association.  . .,...,,..      -
Appraiser kor the Canada Pei?-*?,
manentLoan and .Savinos.Coy,", ,
INAP.PBAL BAIT.
GREENWOOD .[if
ON MAY 25th,
Queen's - Birthday i:1
-*»T(1 BE IIKI.l. ATTIIH.
a
W'liloli ivill lit oompletcil liy Ihul date, 'tho . .
Orrlmslrii ivill bo uss'tstoil li)- Kiiiiii.in.iiiiili'crs-, „.,,
.ftlllili.lvillii ...V.'-J
Brass Band?
Arrangements Imvu boon iiiiulo with tho"'";
Grand Forks sl age for retliico.1 funis from Mat' ., '.
vns and Intermediateipulnis for that date,        'i,ii
A Royal Salute Will Be Flp«dj,t_
INid-Day. •" ';"*''-''"
■     ' Lail"*"
A  Programme of Sports Has.   ■
Been Made tip' ' '     V. *'a
HALF WAY
ilu... ..n-
,.„i.: a 0
KETTLE RIVER
V_BBT.\VE1SNI> ,,;
Mapciis and liocoilt
-STAGE STATION AND*-*' %    ■',
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMflDI&kii.
i   ,-,,:.   „:■.,,-   ,mAv..!Hj'l   ll)i>*il
..'-„„..„o,i J'ftft \o'':ii
Best Epaods Liquors '$$$$£
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Gcor-,'0 Ed wards - - Proprictir,, i
1» .■»»i»
ROCK CREEK HOTEJi,,;.*'„, t™
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MOUTH OK KOCK.CRiEKlf.   a .    ,'i'rt vi
xx. PiitoiMiriBih:,'; ia^,''^.;^
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HI1I8T-CUB8   Alll'llMMOU.lTIO*(..,.lf.lK i Ul'Umi;    •<•,,;'•
    ,     ,-,*' ■'■'   ■ if/ox:
GOOD STABLING
.... "   ,;:*'<_.''
,.   lllttJ—fjH   a.iv   ii ,ill u   iu\H ,i;i,t,
,  •;,,     •' ''.Itvirf-?.-.
M'lCxii.lIcnt KisliiiiKiin kultJo l!lvcr.'S» .
A. D. W0RGAN.
VISIIXON. 11.0.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR  SA-E.
ti
(-krdfcairii.^a -<r-ft
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Billings of llio County L'onrt of Yalo will be
huldi'ii us fiilluivs:
At Mlilwiij, July  !.*,, iKIIH.
At Osoyoos, July is, IMW.
At iho hull" of eleven oi-lirk in llir foroiinon
lly i inmii.l,       (,'. A. 11. LAMlll.V,
(iovorninoiil tinieo, Osoyoiis, U. c, V.
till) Kill, WW. |[
1     ^''aU,?^
•X2A.iXi.X.._
Showing il„* Dnti's iiiiii t'lacoi of Courts
Of Assl/i".Msl f'rfus. Oyer uml Tcriuln-
ir mul Oonoral Gaol Delivery for tlio
your I ..nil.
HI'IIIMl AS8IZKS,
N.in.iln... Tiii'Mlny, .iih May
Now vVmUiilsler Tuesday, Uth Mny
Vancouver Tuesday, llilh Mny
i 'liniiii. Monday, 2r.i h May
Vlntorla Tuesday, SOtli May
Kamloops Monday, 1st Juno
Vornon Monday, 81 h Juno
'Nelsiui Monday, l.ilh .luno
"Donald Monday, 22ml Juno
'Special Assize.
WANTED.-A limn for overy liiioeiiupicil
distrliil, of Miiiiltot.ii. N. Vi. T. and
British Colnniblii, In represent our Imrdy t'aiiu-
dlan grown nursery stuck anil new seed pointers. Liberal liiiliiii'inciits In whole nr part
tlmomon. Exporloncod siilcsnicn will lind Ihi,
offoragood ..no. Implemont agonts, farmers,
farmers' sens, ohaese makers and sohool teachers will do well In look lulu ibis. Mon devoting
but part, time do well with us. Slork especially
Brown fnr tho Western scellnn. Send postal to
Toronto, Out., fur purl Icnlars.
Stum: ani, WiauNGTON,
Proprietors of "Fonlhill Nurseries.
Urjcsi in lhe Dnintninii- Over "OOnoros,
Head offloe, Toronto, Out.: bmnhos, Ohio ago
111., and Montreal, P. q. MBTBOROLOOICAL REPORT.
Ut 0  Long lit*'in
Allilid., 1,800 feet above sea level.
M.IUaf aao« (or week. ,0 of an inula; rain, 1.10
rH-rKRAfUUK KOR WKRK KN01NU MAY 11.
Max.   Min.
May I  i,;i      0.5
"  10  A3      tt.i
"  II  45      30
" ii u    n
"  D   SO       2J
"  II  &>       26
"  U   48      32
rift. Tbe property is Bevt-n miles from
tbe towD of 8llverU.ii and three from
lhe town i.f Maudlin.    Work   will   lm
c(llllllli.Iiri'i] as sunn a-llli'   aiinu   gill's
off.—Nelson Tribune.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. Thos. Haidy is erecting a Hue
hotel at Anaconda.
Mr. Neil Ihompson of Benvoulin has
been in tbe. district the past, few days
•nd has made arrangements to open a
blacksmith shop at Anaconda.
There should lie a big gat hei ing on
UieiBlh at Greenwood City, and l.y
the preparations that are being iiiude
■ really good time should be hud l.y
those paying a visit In (he young city.
Mr. J. A. Coryell is preparing all
elaborate map o( lhe Boundary ''took
district, showing ull the miiieral locations made up to dale. The map
should prove immensely useful, when
completed, for reference purposes.
Woek has commenced ou (he new
building next Ui lhe |_istoftlce, which
is lieing built bv Mr. W. II. Norris,
and is fo lie used as a printing nllln*.
The building will l«*, when completed,
40 X 20 feet, and will be a liaiidsuiii.
additiou to the town.
Mr. N. Gardner of Vernon came in
oo Friday with a stage load of passen-
gei-a from Vernon, amongst whom
were Hr, S. C. .Smith, Mr. Jacques und
Mr, Wurgan. They proceeded to
Carson where Hr. Jnct'ues instituted
a lodge nf Odd Fellows.
• Mr. Sullivan is fencing in the whole
of his properly on the flat, near Midway. This will not unly add much to
the appearance of the place, but wjll
allow of a very considerable urea of
land hitherto mere commonage lieing
put under cultivation.
Mr. Boone, a carpenter from the Big
Bend country, is (he latest addition lo
Midway'spermatteiil.population. Wilh
the amount of building that, is being,
aud is to be done, Mr. Boone should
Slid little difficulty in finding steady
employment at his traile.
The roads bulb over Camp McKiu-
■eyand Boundary mountains aie reported to ha in a miserable condition.
It is now a difficult mailer tn gel
freight into Ihe counlry for love or
money, even the old stagers refusing
point blank Ui haul loads until the
roads aie less heavy.
Mr. N. Munriie, a brother-in-law tu
Mr. K. Kerr, arrived >n Midway lust
week fiTiui Chilliwack. He brought.
up wilh him a small Iienl uf Jersey and
Durham cattle. Mr. Muoioe intends
tu farm iu this ueighliorhoiid. He reports agriculture (u Ui at a very Ion
ebli in the Fraser river valley.
Six prisoners were taken from the
lock-up here on Wednesday, and l.y
conveyance wen- taken up Ui Peiiliclon and ou to Kauil.iops mid Westminster in charge of Constable Deans
and Special Constable Diiisuiore.
Their sentences ranged from three
months Ul Ave years.
Aiuoug Ihe arrivals by Friday'sslage
from Pentiitou were Mr. t'alon of
Spallumchi*. ii, Mi's. Pallia, the wife of
W. tt Paton of ('rceiiiniiiii, and Mr.
J. W. Hugh Wood of Ariuelroilg.
Mr. Wood intends to prospect, iu
Boundary civek for the next few
months with Mr. C. L. Thnmcl as
chaperone, guide and director.
A preliminary survey for an exU'ii-
•ive system of irrigation and waterworks, which is intended lo supply
water Ui the Midway Townsite company's properly, is lieing carried out
by Mr. Coryell. The irrigation ditch
and Hume is designed to carry quite a
volume of waler, aud when completed
will Iw from Ihree aud a half to four
wiles long. The waler will be laken
from Mnundary creek, which will lie
tapped sufficiently high up to allow
water hi bt carried over the bench or
point of laud lo the cast of Ihe town*
mt,e, u^on which will lie built, in nil
probability an immense reservoir.
With a good system of water supply
the townsite lauds aud Ihose adjacent
■ay he made very fruitful, us the soil
is good and easy of cultivation and Irrigation. As sunn as the properly recenlly purchased is split up into allotments, no doubt many will Is- found
who will be glad of the iippniliinily of
making homes thereon. Laud iu the
district is somewhat limited, and as
the mines develop the market will expand to such an extent that it will tax
the energy uf farmer and soil alike to
furnish a sufficient, amount of fruits
and vegetables, to say nothing of
heavier ptoduce, such as hay and
grain. This being the case, llie home
producer fnr the future should lend all
his energies In his business, so us to
supply the demand, and thereby enrich
the counlry by keeping at home the
ready money that is at the present
tlnte lieing paid to nini'liiTsfioiiiacniss
(he line, who find it a paying invent-
Went to bring produce of all kinds, ill
some eases, over a hundred uiiles In
our markets.
 ► • •*	
MINING NOTES.
VERNON NOTES.
Vernon's second Hie wus rather ll
funny affair. Profiting by their lule
experience, the fire laddies bail "old
.Mel liiisu leni " oof iu a j iffy, and taken
over half a mile up the hill attended
hy a large concourse of people, only to
Hnd In the great disgust of Ihe throb-
Ling engine and panting multitude, a
hen-house un Hie. Now the origin of
Hres as a rule aie shrouded in uiyslery,
but. Ihis one, 1 think, is entirely beyond conjecture. What ou earl h can
a lieu be doing wilh matches ? True
she scratches, but, us the somewhat
irreverenl poet sings:
A hen may rustle, and a lien mny peck,
And plenty of nice eggs lay:
Hut uho can t strike a mulch ou Ihe sent of her
pants,
Ilccause she ain't built that way.
.Some changes have laken place lately lu the management of our hotels,
"Gill" Milligan having leased the Okanngiiii to W. B. Fleming k Co., the
Co., I understand, lieing Sandy McAuley nnd Dave I'nlerson. The buys
ure rustlers, nnd already they have
considerably improved the trade.
The Vieloria bus also hud another
change of management, Martin O'Brien
having bought uut ('uinn Kaiiikm-r's
inleresi, and is nuw running the bouse
iu connection with Wm. Murphy.
Mr, R, N. Taylor left England on
the 7th insl, en mule for here, Tlle
ever-popular Dick will receive a must
heal Iv welcome from bis many friends,
the BasKiios are In be resurrected, I
undcrslai.il lie Intends opening up in
Ibe Boundary creek district. We
would rather he staved here, but the
wily Mr. Muir bound him down not to
go into Inisiuess iu Vernon fur five
veins. Rumor hath il ihal Mr. Muir
limy ere long juiu the army uf Benedicts.
Ye gnds, we have a ludy cyclist! and
are consequently up to date, or rather
uut. quite—we have not bloomers, Our
female pedagugiie shuuld by all means
go the u hull* hog or none and give us
liliinnieis.   Bluniners, Miss, bloomers!
■ 4.4	
lied oulside of a barn, upon the inside
of which the accused were, who were
at the time of iny arrival sleeping, as I
could hear by Iheir inuring, This was
about three o'clock in tlle morning, As
It was quite dark I thought it advisable to wait for daylight, which was
dune, Mr. White and myself standing
sent ry une no each side uf I he building.
About half past four lhe prisoner Cul*
linn ciime nut nf the liuililing. anil his
arrest followed. I then ordered Down-
ham to come out. which lib did, and I
also arrested him. Upun searching
the building I found Ibe articles, Ihe
loaded revolver, scabbard, etc., where
the prisoners had been sleeping. With
the assistance of Mr. White, 1 iniived
the prisoners, propel ty, anil horses lo
Grand Forks.
Mr. W.K.White sworn, substantiated the U'stimony uf Officer Dinsninre.
The accused were sent up for trial
upun Ihis charge alsu.
»AND»
FLEURY
PLOWS AT
M'NICOL'S
■L_L_I„J !.
INTERESTING TO
PROSPECTORS
AND OTHERS
When makin<r for
BOUNDARY CREEK MINES
Bear this in mind that we carry a
full line of your requirements at
Right Prices
G. A. RENDELL & CO.
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Midway. B. C.
English and Canadian Flannelettes
Mr. W. T. Thompson has some men
working on the No. 7 claim iu Atwood
camp, recently bonded l.y him.
Mr. Ii. G. Sidley has snid his claim,
the Anarchist, nt Camp McKiuuey. Il
is stated the purchase consideration
was $26,000,
Mr. Jnlin Weir returned from .Spukane un Wednesday last, and il is understood mining transactions of considerable magnitude willli. put through
in the next few days.
It is ■imlcrsl.iiuil the Old Ironsides
Mining cniiipiiny will soon start, work
upon tliis claim in Greenwood camp,
This is a line property which every oue
III lhe counlry desires to sen developed
Mr. W. McCormick disposed lasl
week of his half interest in the Gem
mine in Deadwood camp. Tlle price nf
the inleresi has not yet been made
public, fir. Garland of Manitoba was
one of the purchasers,
The Mount Adams Mining Company
has beep organized with an authorized
capital ot $160,000, in shares nt, $1
each. Trustees:Captain H.C.Adams,
New Denver; B. B. Kerr, New Denver f W. C. Adams, Sun.Ion. Directors I
Peter Lyall, Mnntreali A. W. Stetson,
Boston;'.!. 0, Haynes, Boston. The
company has been formed lo work the
Mount Adams group of claims, comprising the Mammon, Ohnmblet, Slater, BreUiniarle, and Midnight, shunted on Mount Adams in the Slocan dl
CHARGED WITH MANY CHIMES.
Ou Monday, thu llth inst., a preliminary investigation was held at
Grand forks before i'. T. McCaliuni,
J. P., with the charges against, two
prisoners named illmer Calhoun and
Joseph lluwnliani, who were accused
iu ilie lirsi instance, upon the information and couiplainl of C.nslal.lc VV. G.
Alciilyun, inm liaving'liruughl stolen
property iulu Canada,
'tne nisi witness' examined was une
Ah Sing, a Chinaman, wlio testified
llial lulling occasion to visit it bouse
un tbe utlier side of the line in company uiui uni.lh-ir Chinaman, Louis,
Hhu was delivering washing Iuu customer, lie was aciusteil hy the two
prisuiiers, win, demanded tie shuuld, us
ne was unlawfully iu American lerri-
lory, cullirimite iu them I he sum of
$-0, Lfie prisoners claiming lhey were
ulncers in tlie employ of the United
Slates government, and detailed Ui nd
as reienue collectors The wiim.-s
nut lulling .jialt, iiinliiiaiu.il all he hnd,
viz., a leu .lunar Illll, ilfld 'Louis, l,.a
other Cliiuaiuau, .>;". iu silver, Having
gut tbe money the prisoners rotlu
unity und let   them,
lm-(iiiiiainaii Luiiis was next called and cbrrobernled lhe evidence uf
ihe funnel1 witnesses.
Itolierl iUi.ll, bur-keeper at the Vuu
Ness hwtei at Gland 1'nl'ks, proved the
receipt uf llle ten dullai hill in question
whicli ihe Chinaman Ab Sing luui
identilled as his properly. Other evidence heing forthcoming which substantiated llie almve lesfiuiuiiy, the
accused were committed for trial.
The nexl charge against the same
twu parties, was that of having on ihe
night uf the llth Insl. stolen from W. K.
White's dwelling at Grand Forks a
pistol, scat.hard, cartridges aud belt.'
Mr. VV. K. While laving sworn, testified that un the evening of the nib of
May the prisoners came to his house,
and desired tn he pennilled lo cook
some I'liod they hud with them, which
request wus grunted. After a little
while he (White} lefl, and went down
lu (fraud Forks, telling llie accused
lhat as soon as lhey had had their sup-
per to luck lbe house und pul the key
in a certain place uul side, and he wuuld
Hud it ou his return, Coming back
about a couple uf hours after, he missed the articles above referred to and
forthwith laid a complaint against lhe
accused. Upun the prisoners being arrested ihe next morning the articles in
question were found iu llieir possession. Upun this charge also lhey were
committed for (rial.
The Ihiid charge against the accused
was une of a very serious nature, that
of stealing two saddle horses, ivilh .addle blankets and bridles on Ihe same
night ill question, llie.Ih uf May, at
Grand Forks, the horses, elc, being
the properly of two men, Ml. h.
Granl aud Mr. ,1. Pedd.
Joseph Pedd, lhe first witness examined, testified that on the night uf
Ihe llth be tied his burse some lime
during the evening under it shed at
Grand Forks, whilst he attended cuurt
which was lieing held there, aud upon
coming mil of com I at 0 o'clock and
proceeding to his horse to go home,
found thai the snme laid lieen laken
away by snuie nne. Another burse,
the property of Mr. Granl, which was
lied in lhe same shed with bis own,
liad also disappeared. He went anil
Informed Grant uf the circumstance
and lhey together searched lhrough
the town for the horses, hut witli.ml
avail.
Mr. F. Grant sworn, corroborated
I he evidence.if the above witness, und
iiililcd dial iiiiiii. uut being uble lu find
any (race of Ids horse, he went and
made tt complaint to Mr, VV. (J. McMynn, who having received informa-
linn of the stealing of Iheri'viilvcr, elfin lbe nienntiine, had reasons tu SIIS'
peel Unit Ihe snme parlies were implicated in (he hi.rse-siealing, and there'
fore look steps lo have Ihem arrested,
nnd brought to justice,
Speciul Cnnstiilile Diiisuiore of
Greenwood Olty, gave evidence as fnl-
lows; Bring al. Grand Fnrks on duty,
I was called upon hy Mr, McMynn,
about, midnight on the Dill insl.., and
requested In proceed to Edward's
Ferry near the line, nud look out fol
twu men, 'he prisoners, who were suspected of hining slolen I wo horses mill
other property, n description nf which
wns furnished me, I Immediately proceeded tn the place designated in company wiih Mr. vV. K. White whn vol-
unlereil his service. Upon arriving
there 1 discovered  the  nurses stolen
Summer  Suitings
Prints - Ginghams.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIPWAY, B.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different, Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Nc
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
PAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
OOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview. B. C.
Send Tour Order to-***»«v~
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones ]
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
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—Will secure to ynu the very best bargains in all lines of—
. . . GENERAL   MERCHANDISE ..
■ -AND	
All Kinds of Wurk Executed to tlio Kati. •
faction of Customers-
NOTICE.
NOTICK la hereby given tlmt 30 days from
dull* I intend applying lu  tlio   Assistant   Com-
mlssiouor of Lands and Works for a llcenso to
prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz. the H. E. 1 section ID, N. B. J section
18, H. W. 1 section 20, und tho N. W. {section 17
township08, situated in llie Osoyooa division
of Yale district, and containing (HO acres.
j. Campbell.
Midway, B.0. May 4.1830. fi
NOTIOE is horoby given that fl) days after
dale I intend applying lo the Assistant Com-
missTOner of Lands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz, the 8, K, \ section '$, S. W. 1 section
25. N. ff. 1 section 24, mid _i. B. 1 scot ion £1 in
township fi7. situated in tho Osoyoos division of
Yale distriet, and containing (HP acre*.
liOBEHT WOOD.
Midway, B. 0„ May 4,1M», 6
Noticb is hereby given that todays from dato
I intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner of I .mills and Works for a license to prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz., being the whole of that portion of
section 30. township C8, lying north of Kettle
river, situated in the Osoyoos division of Yale
dist rid, aud containing fiJn acres,
H. Makpoolb.
Midway. H. C, May 4,1890. t
Notion is hereby given that 30 days from date
I intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner of hands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal upon the fol.owii-g described
lands, viz., being the cast i section Tt, and west
j section l'ii, township iii", situated in t ho Osoyoos
division of Yale district, and containing 640
arrcs. J. W. Hugh Wood.
Midwav. I). C, May 4,1895. 6
Notick is hereby given that .to days from date
I intend applying t-o the Assistant Commissioner of binds and Work* for a license to
prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz., being tlie west | section 27, township 07, and cast 1 section % township 07,
situated in tlie Osoyoos division of Yalo district
aud containing tile acres. (..iii.jk. WoOD.
Midway, 11.1'., May 4, IMW. 0
Notick is hereby given that 80 days from
date 1 Intend applying to the Assistant Com-
mlssiondr of Lands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal ou llie following described
lands, viz, being south east 1 section 24, and
north cast, 1 section lit, township 07, and the
southwest! section 10, also the norlh west J
section 18. township 68, situated in the Osoyoon
division of Yale district, and containing 010
acres. V, MoOLKKRY.
Midway, B.C., May 4.1800. 6
Notick is hereby given that 30 days from dat i.
1 Intend applying to the Assistant Cominls-
Hloncr of I-aims and Works for u license to prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz., being all that portion of section 28,
township 08, not occupied as a homestcud,
situated in the Osoyoos division of Yalo district
ami containing 640 acres.
W. It. Mi-Mann
Midway, May 4,1700.
Norii'Kis horoby given that 30 days after
date I intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner nf Lands and Works for a llcenso lo
prospect for coal upon the following tlOfOtlbl
lands, viz., Heing all that portion of lection*. .
township 08, north of Kittle river, situated in
the Osoyoos division of Yale district and containing WO acres.
8.1). Bkhiak.
Midway, May 4,1890.
NOTICK Ih hereby, given that, thirty day
from date, I intend lo apply to the Chief
OTICKIs hereby,
from date, I lull
Commissioner of binds mid Works for a license
to prospect for coal on the following surveyed
lands, viss.lwnth half of section Tt and south half
of section 31, township 53, situated iu the
Osovoos division of Tale district, and com
prising 040 acres. W. H. NOHRIS.
Midway, 11. C., April 28th, 1890.
GREENWOOD
(tOTtfe
h I heCentral Town anil Supply Point of the Boundary
Cleek Mining Camp*
UIIANII I'.illKK. ii... IIKI.UIV Tin.; minimi
Saddle and Pack Horses at
Reasonable Rates.
| ADIES' SADDLE HORSES
—A SPECIALTY—
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION,  B. C,
.il
This is a splendidly  finished linu.se inside.
and out, almost lluw, wilh good stable and out
buildings, is centrally located ih  the tallc? '
and command-' a good trade.  It stands on' its- ■'
own grounds of two aud a half acre*, hi extent- V;
and Is a good investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
lea.l to (be
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps,
Lots are Helling Freely and are a Good Inveatinent.
Price of Lots and Oilier Information
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costki'Ton, Vernon, B. C.
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THE.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
We have just opened lhe above lintel at. Greenwood City, and are prepared
In welcome gneal* and provide g...nl accommodation. Good -Catering. I'ii*i
class Livery Stable.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
KERR BROS.
-*««BUTOHK
•:us.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meal ili'llveri*.! ill Kirk I'mi'li anil nil llie
MIiiIhk 1'iiliilM.
J. KERR.
R. D. Kerr,
W.B. PATON
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CS-veexr^irood  City.
Notick is hereby given that 30 days from
date I Intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner of Undsaim Works for a license lo
prospect for coal upon the following described
lands, viz., being that portion of section M,
township 08, not occupied as a homestead, situated in the Osovoos division of Yale district,
and containing 040 acres.
May 4. IfiHJ.
J AH. A..MCTI.nXQ.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C.   .   •   •
PADMORE St PEERS    -    -    ■    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
A I.I, PLAORII  MINING CLAIM- AND
l.'-liai'lioldri  hn.ill.v   lllllll   ill  till* OSUJIHI.
I llilainii of Yak* lllmrirl urn Initl over (null tlm
HI ilsf nl NuvcinlH'r. ims, l„ tlm lm ilny iif
Juno, IWO, ('. A, II. I.AMIII.Y,
linlil r.niiiiii-.i.Hi'.r
Uoviirniiictit Olllee, Oorooe, II. ('.,
301 ll Oalllll.T. ISl..
NOTICE.
To W. H, Norris, Bsq.,J.P., Midway, B.C. and
James Ktrr. Esq., J.P., Midway; B.C.
(-KNTLKMKN. Notice in hereby .,ivcn tlmt ul
the noxt sitting of the l,lcciiH.ng Court to be
held for the lower portion of the Ortoyoo* din-
Hlotiof \ ale district, I intend to apply fur a
license for lite sale of spirituous jlquon. al ths
Hotel Anaconda. Anaconda, ll.C.
THQH.IIARDV-
Anacondu, B.C.
..pril'IiiJ-Wi; WORK COMMENCFD.
Tho Red Mountain Railroad Is Now BoIiik
Built.
Tlie Hrst camp for the ci ins trui'l Iuu
of lbe Red .Minniliiin Itailiuiid fliilll
Ni.rtb|i'irl I.. It issiuud. wai iimiiiiiled
on Sheep ereek, between lbe uppei
and lower falls, nlniiit Ihree miles frum
Northport, lasl Satuiday, Tbe work
Is being dune by lin* railriiiul i-uiiipany,
and the contraet'itij win. have lieen
llgiiringi.il il llie past I in. years of
course are mourning, Only about
twenty men were employed Ihe Hrst
day, Imt200orH00 ivill be put ou. The
presenl riglil-ulway Hearers are under the command of Peter Johnson;
and the eating department is uuinnged
by S, F,.. Bradbury, Chief Engineer
K. J. Huberts will no doubt manage
tiie entire consl ruction, and .lack
Tracy, Fred Fai'i|iihtir nud others wil!
have a hand iu il. .Mr. Huberts informs us Ibal il will re quire aboul six
wei'ksto complete ihe ail fool tunnel
at Sheep creek and llu bridge will
pn.lmlily not be eoiniui'iirt'd until after:
the high wn'er— probably iu August ur
September,
Ii is iiupoRsibie to Hnd oul where lhe
l.rulg.. will be Iniill. but il will be a j
Iniiguillceut structure, costing in (be
neighborhood of l(t20O,OUO.—Nnrlbportl
News.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements,
NOTIOE.
Till: (IllE.lT Illll'l.s MtKLRAL Cl.-llW.'
Situate In the Deadwood Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division ot Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE thai i.e..!. P, Harlan, free
miners i-ertlllraln Nn, Sal.1l,I). M. Miiia
Martin, freo bilnor'a eortUmtO No, 02102, A. 8,
rioivilor tree minor's -ertlUiiite No. 62147, J.
M. I'lirnlliivnlli., froo iniiii-i-s iiirlillialu Xn.
05221, and J. M. Wai kins, free miner's rerllll-
rate No. -3220, intend, sixly ilny* (nun tbo dato
horoof, In spiil, to tin. until cimiiiiissiiiuer for n
oorttUoate i.( Improvements, lnr the purposo i.f
ul.taiiiilig u C'niivn plaint lu llie nbovo elailn.
Anil furl her lake notico, thul advorso claims
I0URI lie sent lo the (Iiiiil riiliiiiiissliiner and
action i-munii'iu'eil boforo tho Issuance of such
oortlflcnto nf iiiupiiivenieiiiH.
Ilnleil this23nl 'lay n( I'i'irnary. 1«*.       i
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
WOTIOD
Tin: Ili'Miia: MlS'Klill, CLAIM.
Situated al Provldonco Camp, In the Keltle
River Minim- Division of Yale District.
TAKK NDTICK thai I, .luliies Su I Ii.il.i nil.
free minor's oorlltleato No, 1121-11, Intend,
sixty iluysfr the ilnle hereof, Iii apply lo lhe
(lulu ('iinuiiis..jij|ii-|. fnr a eerlllleate of llmirovo'
meiil  fur lhe iiiii|iusi. nf uliiiiliilii),' a I'ro.vn
(Irani for lhe nbovo minora! iliiim.
And furtlior tnko nolieo tlml advorso olatniB
lllllal he Sl'lll In the  Millill. II riler mill lie-
iiuu eiiuiuii.|ii.(iil boforo lhe Issuance nf sueh
oorlltloato of Impnivoinonls
Hated this 2111I1 .In.'of April, 1890. K
THE B III'I ON THE WAR EAGLE.
The Trull News says llie repurl, thnl
lb I'. Onrhiii had secured conlrol of
the War K.igli- mine bus been cnu-
llinii'il. ami Hit* news has given rise lo
considerable spi'iitlatiuu regarding
that genlh'iiiiin's nlijt.il iu securing
wbal Is consider!d one uf the Iwo best
properties iu tin- camp, ll is generally conceded lliiil Mr. Corbin Intends
liuililing a smeller Ihis season either
at Norlhporl or Bosslmig, Ai the
hitler poiul be would he inn good position to handle nil lbe ore Ibal cullies
from llu' reservation and from the'
Boundary country and be could also.
handle llie  Wur tingle ore  at lbe
same time,
.    .,4 .
A NICE LITTLE JACK POT.
A deal or two of frue/t! out was all
Hint was needed to make 0110 maul
richer l.y itiiu.mio worth of Trail really j
une nighl last week, while I wo or three
others divide die loss aiming themselves,
Tl1eg11u.egrewo.il of the division
of lots and blocks iu Trail, in which
Messrs.    ileln'/,f,   Giilelius,   Farrell, I
Humphreys   ami  Topping were  en-1
gaged I bis week,   It was growing hue '■
Tuesday  nighl, ami tin. work of division seemed 10 go slowly mil il lliere i
were ni number of luis h-fi as cum*
■1)111)1 Ly  properly,  when  Mr.  Helmut
proposed ihal lhey makes jack-pol uf
them, ami decile their ownership iu
linn milliner,
Knell mini look a stack of chips, nnd
the game   began--and   when   it.  was!
ended Mr. Heinze uwued all the lots-
Trail News.
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Commercial job printing at llie An-
VANCE office,
MINERAL ACT.
Cortiflento   of  Improvements.
KOTIOE.
Tin: JlniiniiicK lliu- MiNiai.u. Claim.
Situate In the Long Lako Camp, Kottlo River
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE Mini ne, M, .1. M. Wood,
(run minor's rrrliilrnle No, 05203, anil ,1.
W. Powell, free minor's corlKleatc No. 05,292,
iiileml, sixly ihtys from lhe dale hereof, In
imply in the (Iniil Commisstonor forn cortiflcato
nf iii'ijirnveineuts, for Hul piirOOSO of iihtiihiini*
11 crown ifl-ant ti, the nhiivii i'lniiii
And further lake notice, Hint adverse elalina
musl he sent lu lhe Gold Cninmllsliitior add nc*
tloll I'lilnmelieeil liefure Ihe iasuaiiee of sueh
I'l'i'iiilinleiif Improvoinoiits,
Haloil tills 2711. day of April, l««i. »
NOTICE ia hereby (riven IiiiiI Ibirly day
adenliite I ililenil In make lipplloatton
to tlio Chief ('iini.lll.ssl.ill.ir lit Lands and Works
forn Urease In cnl nml carry n.viiy limber from
(be following described liinils:
Ci)lnmi.|icuiK nl 11 posl aboul ono hnlf niitc in
11 iinrlli-easlerly dlroellon fnnn Kiliviirils' ferry.
Kciilc river, running thence northerly 160
chains, thence cimtorly (Ki rliains, llicncosotith*
orly iuu chains, thonco westerly (KI chains In ibo
plftco of enmnit'iieeiiieiil. eiiiiinininK lain acros,
moro nr less,
TIIOS..I.1IAIIIIY, l.ocnlnr.
I.iiciiiinl April II. IS9II. (
T. ELLIOT
General - Merchant
Fairview, B. C.
Largest ani Best-Assorted Stuck
-IN TIIK-
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR,
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
TONES & ROGERS
HOUSE A.M) CARTAGE PAINTTNG
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
KALSOMINING
Gl'llllll KiicliH noil Miilwu.v, B, C
Carson Livery and Feed
St.-uii.k, Carson, H. C.
W. J. ARMSTRONG
The Hardware, Tin and Stove Man, Vernon, B. C.
Mcf Icary stool ranges, wood cook bIovos, coal cook Htovcs, parlor sloven, box sloven,
minors' camp stoves, or tiny stove yon want, silvmvim:, granitf wnrc, crock cry ware,
KlasBware, wooden ware, tinware of nil kinds, toilet scls, hardware of nil kinds,
cutlery, forks und Bpoons, Datny churns, Now Williams sewing niaeliiiies, wringers
wnsliing maohiliQB, window sliudes.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Thai ivern iiwunleil the gold modal at Iho Chicago World's fair In num.
Furnace Work,   Steam  and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings,   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines.
WW it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
At \V. ,1. Armstrong's 1 One 21-iiu-li bellows complete, 1 40-poiinil anvil,
1 slinvi'l, I pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 drill hammer, I hlacksinilili's hammer, I 18-Inch drill (either J. I or mu. Inch), 1 mi Inch .bill (either J, j ur I
inch), all for (be sum ol' $25, ". miylliiiii; else a miner wants, .lessup's
steel unly used in drills. Send your cash .villi lbe order, II' you are not.
in llu. city send order for grocoi'les, as il. will lie filled. I will supply any*
llilng ynu wain.
W, J, Armstrong, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Man, Vernon, B. C.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale State
Good Single and Double Drivers, arid
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
[HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FUnf.SSi«ED
HUNTING PARTIES
JOSEPH  PEDD
FROFBIETOB
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
(food Kaddlcand Pack Homes coilfltantlj on hand.   Daily riiage lietwcen Cnnsoti ami Grand ! " "" :	
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MIDWAY
The 'Future
r. IAGBICULTUBAL MiCHINEfil.
SOLE AGENTS FOB
I Brantford 1 Binders i and § Mowers
To W. H. Norris- J. P., Midway, B. C, and
James Kerr, J. P., Midway, B. C.
.Jknti.kmkx- I !)cg lo l.oroh.v kIvd yon notico ;
thnl I intend at lhr.nrx1i4tl.ii-Xf--rl-J.-i Meciiflux
Court, Io be held for lo.vnr porlion of the '
Orioviiiwdivi-inn ot Viiledisdict. to apply for a j
Uootitto for llir wile of liquor al tho Aimcnndii
Hotel, Aiiacmida, Hoimdary Crook. It. ('.
Yours rotmed fully,
.MACK ANI) TIIOLIj.   t
Aiiaroudu.il. C. April 17, ISiHi. H   *
II
Railway, Mining and Agricultural I
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
|   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual   j|
1 Residents.
MAIL   CONTRACT,
li
FOH I'AKTICULAHS AI'I'I.Y TO
"Victoria.,  S. O
TIIK IIKST IN TIIK MAItKIT,
A Full Line of Wagons, Trucks, Plough., Harrows &c, &o.
WAREHOUSE AT VEHNHN.
O. F. Oo8tei»t*o2i, JO._%&-:±"b.
S,
.     U1UUU     lumu!
M. ll'. Il'Ol'.O-.IliH,   I'i'.H'l'll'TOK.
I c
Good Accomodation and Moderate Charges.
BJo CIi.izi.ese IKLeXp*
|| | Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
Nuni' nf ill.' .'Xcil.'111'.'iil in tin. Trail
(Vail ilishiil Iiiih ulailul ui.il men nro
lioi'killg illll. llllll ani i,m aa iiiiiill as
ever, There is mi air of prn-pi'i'lly
buvi-riiiK over lliut .ccllun ns well as
all others nf British (Jnhiinliln, We
nn' gl.-ul to nne that provini-i' Iniill up,
.ven if it is wit li United .Stales money.
While Ihu Britishers are putllng iu
Iheir 1111)11*)' in il most extravagant
iniinner In fnr nwny lielils, they are ne-
glecling one of the richest mineral
fields in the wnrld,—Unite Mining
World.
 ► • 4 . ■
('iiTidai's. dodgers, liusiness cards,
Cillllug cards, envelopes, letter heads,
hill heads, statements, etc, printed at
Tim Adva N.'K.
SBALKD TKN11E1IS, nildresscil In liic Post*'
niaster-(I,..|ieriil. will lieieccivinlul llltu.vn
i unlil Itiinn. nn '.".llh Mny, for Hie ciinveynnce uf I
Her Mn.icsly s Matin, on n proposed Ciinlriiei
furdiur yenrs tlirce lililes iiei- week eucli .vny.
i botwoon
| GRAND FORKS AND PENTICTON'
i froio'lst July nexl.  I'rliitod iwticc-scontaining
furt hor information ns lo oonditlonH nf pro*
, npsod uontfaol may hv. hood and blank forma of
I Tender mny be obtained nl the Post Offices of
(iraud  Forks, Carson,  Oroonwood,   Midway,
; lioundiii'y Kails, Itocli t.rook, Camp .MeKiimry,
'■ Fuirviow. I'onlictnii and Venum and nt thin
i olllee.
K. II. KLKTCMK!:.
Pout oniee [iwpnetor.
. PoBLOffloOliinpoc1or*H Olllco,
!    Victiiriu.Hilh April. 1800. 1
W.H. NORRIS .,,,„. R.C. ADAMS 5   [
|«4™y'B'C        """iii BOUNDARY HOTEL
NOICE.
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ha    m,
m
ii
$iiiiiil^^iiiiisiJiiitiiiiiii«M^i»i
II     Si
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I
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
In tho Mining Court of the
Osoyoos Division of Yalo District, Holden at Osoyoos, B.C.
TO WILLIAM NEWTON i
TAKK NOTICK thai an action hax been I
entered and n Hiininions tm\o(\ fumltlBl you
In the above .Mining Courl  hv William li.
llickards, of tlio town of Midway, in ihe Kottlo
Iti-n- Milium: Dlvltdon of Vnlo DULrlet, IL (.„
free minor, furojeotiiioiil fnnn the "Plioaaanl   I
mineral olnim, LoKothor wiih all tin* rights nod
privilcKCM glvon tn tho -aid inlnoral claiiiii
iinrler llio prnvliiiiiiti nf tho Mineral Act.  And'
nn order in- liooil inmld ihal lhe publica Imi nf
n notice of lhe eiilr) uf miohaetlun iu lbe An-
VAKUK new-iKLpcraiid a copy *-f llu: sal I liotlue ,
poKtudon lliu door of Ibo 'Mlnintt Iti ilor'n
office al Mi'lway, Inlhnnfnnwald niiniii
Mi and iiImu upun  Mm UuvorillllUIII  "Hi
-itiiMiKis,nfnrcmld, forii jidrlod of twowccki-,
jtir.iiib.il Hi dullvorj of a nualod cupy of tJio j
fiiiiiiii'.M' i--'i.'-l io Ihirt action, to^'ther with a :
rii'iiltii .'"|i> of ilu* nfurcunm nnler, to Her
MajomyH liimlmilritoi1 al Midway, li. C„ ad-
fIriHMo.1 and I'lVlsicrnd hiyourlaitt named place
of reililottco, namely ai NoImiii, State n( Waab'
intfton. I . s, \., shall bo doomed Ut ho good j
and hufficionl wjrvleo of the huiuiiioiih up.ui
you.
TIllN siiriioniii- will ho hi'ard al Osovoos.;
aforoaald, on llio :'l-i day of May. iMm, nn which
nay yon are 1-oniiontoil to iippoar, nnil if you ilo'
trnl ftpiwar, ollhor lo jurwiii or by ynuragenl!
»i tho iinn- nod placeiiftinwnid, mich nnlor »ill j
be mntlo nnd nrocoodlngi. taken ils may seem
jil-l and expi'dienl.
Ifiili'ltbis ■ithilavotMiiv. \. \i. istki,
Seal of tl.i-M.ii.r.,'t'iH.rl   C. A. It. I.AMKI.Y,   I
(Vim'imw   IHvlHiou of     lioldCominissiiiiifr.,
VrtlcOiHlrMi
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NOTICK in hereby given that lbe reacrvn-
tion whicli waa placed on the norllhWCHl
quarter Section U8, and Honth--vesl qunrtorntid
Moiilh half of north-went rpiartci* of BccllonJil,
in Township 70, Osoyoos IMvishm of Yale District, nutiec whereof was puhli.'hcil In tbo
UrltUb Cobnnliia Gnxutt^nnd dated iith.lnly,
IKD-i, Is cancelled.
W.S. (i();(K,
Deputy Coiiuni- ioncrof him Is and Works.
Lamlfland Works Department,
Victoria. II, C.. I.'lth Mtireb, IMW,
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars,        -       -       Good Stabling1.
km.
tl.c I
NOTICE.
To W. H. Norris, J. P., Midway, B. C. and
James Kerr, J, P., Mid v_iy, B. Cl
Ur.NTLtutN.-l beg lo horoby give von notice i
tbal I intend, al tllouext Hitting of llio Mi ens-.
Jug Court, to be held for the lowor portion of
IllO OwiyooH division of Yale district, to apply;
for th licciiM for lbe sale nf liquor at l.rceii-
wood (it v.  Vrtiira reatiectfiillv,
PATTKIISON'-xSTKWAUT.   '
Oreontvood iily. n,c,. April .'t, |j*06.       3
TAX NOTICE.
Assessment Act and I'rov.nefi.l
Revenue Tux, Rock Creek
Division of Ynle Distriet.
NOTICK Ib horoby glvon that apHoiweil and
provincial revenue luxes for 18911 aro now
due and payable al my olllco, Osoyoos, nl lhe
following rates:
If tmltl on or before 'MU Juno;
Onc-hn!f of oil'1 p T cent, on rent property,
Two percent.ou wild huid.
On--third  of one per cent, on  persona'
proporty.
One-half nf one per conl, op Income.
If paid on or after IbI July;
Two-liiirdsofonu per cent oij real property.
Two and one-half per cent, ou wild land.
One-hnlf of one   par cent,   on  personal
property.
Three-fourths of one per cent, on Income
Provincial revenue tax, $.1,00 per capita.
C. A. It, [.AMPLY,
A-Wuuor and Collector
Rorlc Creek Divfsionof Ynle District.
Oaojoo., lie, l.'ilb January, 1800,
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
Ct. O, SHURSON, rop.
FAIRVIEW, H. 0.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
KSTAIH.ISIII'III   Ihm.'I.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".ii*mi.:-,i-; i''Ai.'M,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMEIA
-ir- rar-ini-r ~ ■^'—>
On; Specialties* -Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
w ,-'„ (..», P« yE1()f| mW m L  m    ■
FRUIT   AM) OBNAMBXTAIi TBHBS,  PLANTS AND YIXK.-i. ,.. .__   ■._..:.. '
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First ('lass AiTiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiui.   (iuuil Slnlilliig,  Trrniiniis of SUlgc Lino
from Jliiiriis, WiishiiiKtou.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tie Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
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 EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M.MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -     Grnricl Forks, h.i.
Grand Prairie Hotel
causo*-., lii/iTi.t: mvi'it. n. c.
Sibate in tlie Immediate Vicinity of tlie Boundary Crock Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.   Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in oonnootion
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROP, li' ; .
Send for Free Cawlogue.   |   E. Hutcherson*, Managei
Ha-Ho, to tie Boundary Creek lings.
   THK ('BAND FOIiKS, MARCUS AND MIDWAY	
Si.a>8r<e   aixdL   Express   Line
Huns Ilelivi'iin Mnniii*.i.nil(Ji'iiiiil KorkBilnily. leaving Miirrtisiiiiil (Iriinil KorkH nl "a. rn.
Iicavci. ilni..a I'.'iin for Mltlivay, Momlaya, WoilnoRtlaj*, and FrtilayH at 7 a. in.
LoavGH Midway for (Iriinil Km ks nml Mnriais,iTiics(ln.vi*,ITIiiirs(lii.vK and SatnrilnyH. 7 a. in.
XtXXA.iiOXA._l_.Xi zt^.<rxss
OOOD   HTA-tiXXH
MANLEY k AVEHILL. PUOIHIIETOKS
(lllAMi FORKS, B, ('
... ■ ' iii I.'  ii I 'I iiible drivers   md s Idle h
-entic i  uble ..nd simile drivers ,-nid saddle hor
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.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner M ission and Tronson sts
W. Gari'mr, Proprietor.

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