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 THE ADVANCE.
Ajx  °^
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Vol. V, No. 15.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898.
:.00 per Year.
D \V, JAKES, M. D„ 0. .11.
in* appointmrnt
RESIDKNT physician to kettle river
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      I      I      I      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKHNON, 11. (i.
Lath nr
St. Thomas Hospital,
LoNnoN, I'In.i.
QR.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate ot McGill University
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacilic Ry. Coroner
ior East Yale,
I T. MCLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' Graduate ok McGill University.
Office: Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence:  Kalenialka   Hotel, Vernon, B. C,
w.
M, COCHRANE,
SOUOITOII Sri'UK.Ma I'.UUT,
N..TAHY Peiu.ie, Convkyanobu, Kto.
Oftlco: Gllmoro's Block, Barnard Avenue,
VUltNOX.  - 11. 0.
pitEI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Ofbtcbi Martin's Block.
VKHNON. ll.C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Con rl of B. C.
NOT A H Y   P II II 1,11',   I'.TC
VKHNON, D, C
I    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   Notary Public.
GItANI)   I.'OUKS   ....   11. c.
pOUBES M. 1CEBBY, P.L.S.,
A. M.l'. 8, (I.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VERNON, B, I'.*
T**  E.C
•I. OROWELL,
TUI.XSOX ST,, VZIlNi.N,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ofllco and Store Finings a Specialty.
P H, LATIMER,
V'KBNON, ll.C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X. it*, itx cl   Sm*-v-e3rop.
Mem. Amur Soc. Irrlg. l'ntfs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, II. C,
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTA.IY PJJL1C,
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
Porlion 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.
J. C. XX.JLJL8,
MINING  ENGINEER,
GREENWOOO   CITY,   B.   C.
Cruess    Bvos.
PAYERS AND CHGMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Or*s,
Fuels, Etc.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TmmiiKK, Propriktor,
Pleasantly Situated at Fool of Okanagnn Lake
Stage Connection with S, S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek,
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made for Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
dam! Boating and Fishing. How .uul Suil Boats for Hlro
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
HAMS    AN D   BACON S.
Write fnr prices.
A  LARGE  LIST  OF   FARMS  FOR  SALE.
wo0D, CjUigili, _z Co.,    -    -     JaLH.niSTi?K.o»ro.
"_■_!__•
MIDWAY, ll* ''-
nnmiNWOOD, n..
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k MrLISOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete.
All Kinds of, Factory  Work Kn|il In Stuck ami  Made,to 'fitter
Coast  Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds iif Lumber, Laths nnd Shingles Hop, in Stoek
Best Material Always Used, Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill mi Okunugan Luke, handy to shipment,  Sash and Door
Factory on C, P, II., Vurnnn.
m. iniiitn.T. o.T, iioduson
BOUNDAKV   I'Hl'll'IH
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-i'oonwood < Hi.v, II. (V
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Ai..|i..'iliiiiinr.. with tlio Kottlo
Biver .....I Ilounilury Crook Mining
Districts.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending August 4. 1896.
21). Murv Margaret, Copper creek, P.
McKenna.
29. J um l.n, fractional, Suniinit camp,
II. Wood nnd (1. A. Guess.
20. Li'ihIviII.., White s cninp, IS. Driscoll,
21). Magnolia, Eagle mountain, W, P.
Hughes nml,I. I,. Wlseninn,
20. Center Eagle, Hardy creek, A. V.
Anderson anil A. ll. Lee.
21). Hnsii.ii,  Christina lake. W.  II.
Mnrrtsni),
20. Nu, 2, Nicholson creek, Mrs, S. A.
Madden,
20. Geiievu, Puss creek, A. Pnggi und
(J. Grnriclta.
20. Cnrlutlii, Puss creek, A. Puggi nnd
(>. Qracltitta,
30. Maud S, Skylark  camp, M. F.
Rublson.
.10. Mary Ann, Cupper cninp, F. McAllister,
20. Victorlu, Copper camp, H. J, Scott,
110. W'liilt' Ruse, Brown's cninp, P. W.
Lut'i.ui nnd A. Fortier.
30. Columbia. Pass creek, F.W.LucIan
nnd A. Furlhier.
81. .Salilmlh Day, Long Lake camp, R.
Wo. id.
81. Nu. 2, Junius creek, J. Alwood and
1, Wake,
31. Orown Poinl, James cieek, J. Atwood und T, Wake,
81. \V'i*lii.nu1, Suniinit camp, P. McCarthy and R, Green.
81. Tennessee, Wellington cuuip, G. F,
I'll lllsli 111.
81. No. ft, James creuk, J. Douglas,
81. Sinliali, Wellington camp, J,  M.
Kelly, J, K.Frnser und R. ti. Fraser
81. Hi'iiili'isoii, Wellington Cninp. H.
A. Henderson,
81. Virglnliiv, Long Luke cainp, A. G.
Eitivnrds, li. Ij. Garrison und Ii.
McKeuwn.
31. Colorudn, Lung Luke cainp, A. G.
Edward-,,
1 Buckeye, Greenwood cuuip, A. A.
Mclnlnsh und .1. B, Hodges.
1. Midnight, Wellinglon camp, 0. E,
Nelson .-imi ,1. ,1. Irwin.
1. Denver, Greenwuod rump, A. A.
Mcintosh.
1. N... Ill, Greenwood cainp, .1. Morun.
1. Sylvester Iv, Greenwood cuuip, G.
W. Speuce.
1. Alia, Greenwood camp, 0, N. Mill'-
(lull.
1. llrilisii Columbia, Prior creek, T.
Dnliie.
1. Christina, Brown's cninp, F, J. 0.
Hngen,
3. Tecumsch, Nicholson creek, G, Atchison nud J. Spralt.
8. Stanley, Nicholson cieek, .1,Spralt
3. Vulcan, Nicholson creek, G, Atchison and ,1, Spralt-.
3. Uluek Hawk, Nicholson creek, T.
K. McBruiiui, J. B.it'llett, J. Sprutl
nnd G. Atchison.
3. Buckliorn, Copper cninp, ,1. K. Mc-
Ur 1. B;u I It-It, ,1. Sprutt and
G, Atchison,
3. Inez, Niclnilsnii camp, J, Bnrtlctt
nud .1, IC. Melli'ii.nn,
3. Tenderfoot, Suniinit cuuip, J. W.
Cheer,
8. Kunliglil, Copper camp, II, Perkins
nud A. Hill.
3. Cumlierlain, While's cninp, N. ,1.
LiiPlnnl.
3. Boston, Christina luke, J.J.Stacey
and 0, F. Stapels.
3. Bul te, Chrislinn lake, ,T. J, Stacoy
und C. W. Slupels,
3. Manitoba,  Chrisliiia  lake, J. J.
Sluei'V uud C. W. Slapels,
3. Sunsel, Chrislinn luke, J. .1. Slucey
und C, W. Slupels.
3.-New Ynrk, Chrislinn luke, J. J,
Slucey uud 0. F. Slupels.
CERTIFICATES OF WOIIK.
28. Virginia, IS. S. Grilhutn,
28. Pnltei Palmer, IS. S. Graham.
211. Aiiiurlcan Bugle, .1. Dtifour.
20. Lndy of the Lake, 0, L, Thomet, J.
W, Weniwnilh, IS. Genneiid und
.1. Brellfelder,
211. Crown Point, It. S. FriiBor,
211. (Vinre. .1. M. Welch.
20. Thnrsdiiy, II. P. Tornnlo,
80. Edwin I'l.nest, ,M. Morris,
mi. Black Bear, M. F, Folger.
3. Meaduw Lark, N.J. LaPlunt.R.S,
Butter nnd J. J. Winiers.
3. Yule, T, McGuire and W. Hamilton.
3. Three One, M. Healey, W. Hamilton .mil P, McKenna.
TRANSFERS.
20. Dominion, all interest, G.J. Buwer-
IDllll und IS. .1. (ioddui-d to Mrs. S.
A. Madden.
20. Paramatta, J interest, M. Griffin t.i
G. lllter.
20. Hurqna Hula, ' intcrc.t, li. II. Bur-
russ loll. Ililcr.
30. Anchor, J Interest, W. lilt liner to
ll. I). Leysim,
30. Anchor, I, interesl, M, Gurlun.l fo
G, I) Lyson,
80. Purchaser, all inleresi, Ed, Tils-
wnrl.ll loF, Vinin.O.C. Sillier nud
J. G. Frelghl.
31. Clifluii, J Intilrest, Ed. Tnniu loC.
11. Brown.
3, Boundary Fulls, nil interest, C, J,
Lundy, J. J. Winters und A. I''.
Suiindersun to II. Heuil.iw.
3. Spiilled Horse, i interest, W. II.
Covert lo 11, Heuilow.
COUNTY COURT.
Court opened ul 11 o'clock on Tuesday, Judge spinks presiding,
The registrar rend lhe dual papers
whereby IS. A. Iluin became n naturalized llriiish subject.
P1TTENDRIGH VS. WOOll CT Al..
Mr. Wind, of Fulton k Ward, Kum-
luops, for plaintiff; Messrs. Black nml
Hiilli-l, of Greenwood, and Mr. Mc-
Cnll, uf [Rosslutid, for defendants.
The plaintiff sued for u writ of ejectment mi the gruttnds of Ihe alleged
trespass of defendants on the Dundy
mlneial claim, 'fhe otlieit.l recurds
nnd affidavits Were produced to show
that the claim was located and recorded
in Midway nu September I. 18115. (In
the 10th nf the same month .1. Suthcr-
Innil recorded ihe Dundee mineral
claim us agent for J. C. Huns. The
plniulilf claimed Ihnt. most of the
ground covered l.y Ihu Dundee was already occupied l.y lhe Dundy.
II. Pitleiidrigh—Was a free miner
(certificate produced), Did m.l locale
lhe Dundy nor know how it wns
located,
Judge Spinks-Did you see the
slakes? Witness—Nu. '
Continuing, witness snid he knew
Mr. Coryell uud hud a conversation
with Iiiii. nlioul lhe Dandy a luiilil ll or
sn after tlle claim was slaked, Didn't
led Coryell he Intended tu abandon the
claim.
Allen (Jillis, deposed lo Incallug lbe
Dandy mineral claim ou llu. llh.if
September. He cut u Iree for discovery stake, uud posts for No, 1 and
Nn. 2. He disenvereil mineral it) place
and blazed it lini, in accoidauce wilh
the requirements of Ihe law. He put
Pit lendrigh's nuine on posts us lle wus
instructed,
Cross-examined l.y Mr. Black—Hud
Btpiared the posts as lie th.niu.ht iu a
satisfactory manner, tun thai Pilteiidrigh lind I.e..n informed Ihul this wus
mil the cuse, and hud Inslructed bin.
iihuiit ten days after the recording of
the claim to go Luck nud re-square ibe
posts and cut some fresh blazes. This
he did und re-wrote the wording ou
the posts, He inni found mineral in
place near the discovery post, The
rock wus quart!!. He hadn't hud much
experience of mining tun ihuuglii he
knew mineral when he saw il. The
rock carried iron nnd enpper. He
would consider it valuable. He did
drop some oilier rock near the ills-
eovery posl (rock produced) hut did
not dn so meaning nny harm, The
rock was cutting his saddle bags and
he merely threw ii away, Found the
rock nlioul a quarter uf a mile from
llie Dandy eluiin and was Inking il
home ns an ornament,
Rti-exaiillued by Mr. Wurd--Went
hack ahout Isl October to the claim.
Wns.|iiile sure Ilinl I'illendrigli had
told llllll to go,
Lewis Hind snid he knew und hud
seen I Iiii Dandy claim. I leh.nl measured
lhe sinker.   The discovery |msl wns
ii). Gulden Axe, J. Holm nnd M, F. 5 foci high, squared KI inches from top
Fulger, I uud wns 1 inches squure.   The olher
30. Virginia, II..'I'. Burruss,
80, Sydney, M. Morris.
Griffin   und   G.
Der
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImXXH
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 1'. 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 [ 8.'Nellie, C, F. IW-hereau, H, Davis
 $i — und A. Sanford,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS   3. Iron Dollar, J, W. Cheer and G. 8.
XX.  X3.  iwoiiitisow.  l'Roi'iui.-rau, I      Stock!"11.
it). Paramatta, M
lllter.
II. Lead King, A. M. Nymiins.
I. Gold  Commissioner, P. .)
uii.ily und.l. Glll'l'lsoil,
1. Copper King.  I1. J.  Dermody and
J. Garrison,
1. Apex, P. J. Dermody, M, Sullivan
and J. Garrison,
1. Ontario Hoy, M. P. Fulger.
1. Black Tail, G. W. House und W.
Cluncey.
1. Diamond Hitch, O, O. Washburn,
1. Tiger, ('. O. Washburn.
I. Rossland,J, Fitzgerald,
3, Belle, O, F. Xuscherenu, II. Davis
nnd A. Sanford.
posis were equally currecllv cut, llml
examined ruck und I..uud solid formation. Wait been Ihree nr four limes lo
lhe cluim hut hud mil found iiiiychiiuge
in the posts,
Orosr-exaiiiliied l.y Mr. McColl -Hud
been nine years in lhe country uud
hnd some experience nf minerals, He
expected If Mr. Pilteiidrigh won ibe
case to receive an inleresi hilhe Dundy
claim.
G, A. Guess deposed to lieing n
chemist and assayer, lie hud assayed
some rock supposed lu huve ,-nuic fnnn
tho Dandy claim, The rock was sent
him liy Mr. Hind.
L. lliu.I recalled, suid he lu.d sent
down samples taken from formation
nl foul uf discovery post on Il.e Dundy
lo be assayed.
Continuing, Mr Guess suid be bud
made a memorandum of his nssny 1.-
Illl'lll,   The rock H'onl Ul relltii In gold
to Ibe Ion und curried u small proportion of iron and copper, Hud nssiiyed
Dundee rock, samples of whicli lie look
himself. The ruck went somewhere in
the vicinity of 10 cents In the tun, Hud
sampled lhe D let-si lhe requesl nf
Pilteiidrigh. Hud taken samples from
Dundee shnfl, The shnfl wus down 25
ur lill feel. Ihul laken fuur ... live
pounds, l.ul hud only assayed aboil! 20
gn nes.   Ilis lirtilher hud gone will)
lli 111 In BlltlW llllll lhe claim.
Mr. McOaiil Whai is your IiitiIIiei*'*,
nuinef Witness  (lueas
Mr. Mil'uul Thai's n very clover
guess, Isn'l llf Ynu're u very sharp
willi,'ss, uriii'i you''
.Mr. Pilteiidrigh recalled, "wore Ihul
lie hud given nu iusliui li.nis In GIIHh
to leslake lhe Dun.Ivi didn't whileeon-
versing with SulIn-i Innil nl Buck Creel,
say he intended to slurl uu bolel on
the cluim: did nol nsk Sutherland lo
le-locnte claim.
Frank Donald snid he wus n furuier:
lliuughl ilu* Dandy wns properly
slukedi should suy Hie mineral tin lhe
Dandy was qiinrlz
Tiie court then adjourned for lunch.
At 2o'clock the cuse opened for Ihe
defence, .Mr. McCull asked for judgment in favor nf his clients nn the following groundst That the ledge location was uu legal locution, mineral
not being ill place: llial lhe plaintiff
hud not complied with the. mineral act.
llle claim being re-located wlllinut ihe
consent of the gold commissioner; lh,*
claim, if staked, wus abandoned; and
lastly, on Hie fuel that the evidence of
the plaintiffs principal witness had
been disputed by Ihe pluiutilf,
J.A. Coryell wus then culled, nnd
leslilled Ilinl hi* hnd h.ul nine years'experience as n surveyor of mineral
claims; be hnd looked at the Dundy
cluim al the requesl uf pluiutilf ill October; he saw mulling Ihul he would
call mineral lliere; Ihere wele axe
murks of different, dales on tho discovery posit he wrolc a letter to ibe
pluiutilf lulling him ihul his title to
'heeluiin mighi easily be disputed)
plaintiff, whn lind ordered witness lo
sui voy the claim, then conulei'iminded
the order.
Cross-examined hy Mr. Ward—Was
not un expert, uiiuerulogisl; did nut
I'tiiueinher nny cuuiliiiuns being made
in regard lo lhe survey, nor nny stipulations relating to the pnssibiliiy of
the claim being .rn government reserve
I.Hid; could swear Ibal lhe posts hnd
been re-hlu/.ed.
J, Sutherland suid he located the
Dundee claim un the lllh of September,
181)5, nl 'he request nf Mr. Huns: was
several I lines over the ground now oc-
copied hy lhe Dandy claim; nlioul u
week after locating lhe Dundee s.iw
Ihc No. 2 post uf lhe Dandy, hu!
cuiildn'1 llml uuy other stakes owing to
lhe absence of a blazed line; hud no
knowledge of lhe Dundy being Infilled
previous lo the Dundee; ihe discovery
post uf lhe Dundy is 201) feel from lie
mniii iimd In Greenwood and 50 feel
froui Buiindaiy crueki ilu* Dundee
stakes ure nnrlh and smith; saw I'illendrigli ul Hock Ci k ubi.nl lhe 251 ll
of September; plainlllf suid he hnd I...
cateda claim, and described lhe posl-
lion; pluiutilf then asked uf Ihe pros
pects of starting a hotel nl some point
on Boundary creek, uud spoke of Hie
Dlllldy cluim ns a gond site; witness
Iiiid plainlllf lhat lm hud seen ilm No,
2 luisl  of whal  he siippus'il was lhe
Dundy uud il Was nnl u legal post; Pit-
l.uiliigli llien asked him In re-locale
lhe eluiin; witness then ndvlsed plniulilf lo gel   Mr. Coryell In survey lhe
I properly; pliilnlllTfollun'ed bis advice
| and gave him u note li.Coryell; he saw
I the note befure il  was sealed; he ac-
compnuicd Coryell lo lhe eluiin und
noticed fresh chips on Ihe ground ho*
low llle slakes with pencil marks upun
| lliain ,rhip produced lllld recognized l.y
witness); found pieces of mineralized
ruck Ilinl hud been pul near lhe dis-
envory posl; the ruck came frum ilu
Crescent claim in Skylark camps lb.
Crescent   wus niiniii  Iwu uml a  hall
[miles disiiiui  from Hie Dundy; Ihere
' wus ii 1'ulimit ion bul nn vein; he wus n
purl mi ner in ihe Dundee) $i',w worth
of work hud bean .Inn,' "ii lhe chilli ;
tbe Dundee Iiiid hoi h a hanging ami u
foul wall, und ii .ein IS Inches wide of
solid quartz carrying galena.
Cross examined, witness snid he bid
previously I..ruled Hie Dundee hul hnd
uhiilldinieil il; he ircclvcd un inleiesl
Inst full in eoiislilernlloii for sinking!
hud seen lhe Dundy bill did mil think
il was a mineral claim. Itcplylng in a
question whicli hinted ni his disability
to tell llle nge of u chip, wilness said
thnl he wns a parllciiiiirly expert axeman,
Ai ihis point, ni the siiggesllon uf
Judge Spiuks, the court adj.mined In
giv.lhe eiiiilesluuls ll ppurlunity
lo arrange the matter amicably out uf
court. This was done. Mr. I'illendrigli
acceptingn compromise,
IIAIIT  V.   IIAHIIY,
This  case wns adjourned lllllll llu
nexl court, plnilililVlu pay cusls.
(Conl billed nn pug. I i THE ADVANCE.
—
W. II. N0R1US I'lioraiBTon
I'lil.lislusl   wc.l.ly  ai   MIdivay,  II. 0,
HulMortptiou I'li.c. $2,011 por annum, payable
In advanoo, either yearly ar halt-yearly al the
o|.iii..i ut lhosiiliscrlbor.
Advortiitlng Itatessont.... applicaUon.
Though ll Iiiiiiii- cf Tun Aav.-.N.a: are
always ..iin. for ilie discussion nf matters of,
piiijlic iiiicrcsi an.l iiii(i"iiam....... .in not hoc- ins counsel fur lhe prisoner, asked fnr
cSpomion^ trial, bul staled Ibal lu* wus nol
publiiuiod. j then prepared to defend the cuse. The
I rial .. ill Iheiefore luke place atthe
nexl silling of llie court iu November,
On ThiirVdny morning T. Rogers,
charged with sl filling a silver watch
valuerl at jwo, the property of a man
"."lied ti ,ns. .vns given,, preiiniin- GenePrt] Real Estate & Financial AgL,
ury h ing before C. A. R. Lamlily, I NOTARY-PUBIJ.O.
ti. M.  The accused was cuininitted furl Ag-ent .Pox-raw-
trial. I   Tin* lioY.si. Insubance Coy,
In lhe afternoon Mr, Black, retained
c R costerton GREENWOOD  CAMP     F0RSALE
ii,,iNi..,„vi™.«r BEjWOSJUJl JfOJE
ie Ui
linn
.MOM
AV.
AUGUST
:i). 1866,
: :   A cross
: :catos thai
: :t(i this pa
n thin
your h
ier lm
BlJilCO llllll'
iiwcripUoti
soxptred,
A W**E MOVE.
HALF
KETTLE RIVER
V»BET\VEEN^«*
iJarciis and Eoi,nd,r;ry Creek Points
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insubance Coy.
Tun Insubance Coy,
America.
The London and Canadian Fibe
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Like Assubance L'oy ov
Canada,
The DominiopBuilding and Loan
Association,
appbalser for the ('axai)a perMANENT LOAN and Savings Coy,
p t-srag iioiiss..
OKANAGAN MISSION,  B. C.
This is ii  splendidly   finished  house Imidc
and out, iihnusi now, ivtth good stable and out
....   . ,,. , ,.     ,    ,, ,  buildings, is centrally locatod In llio volley
i.rn  UOOd Accommooiirlon  for   ri-nvelers.   Flrst-cllISS Meals Served andcommaudaaimed Irodo   ll annuls iiii Its
mi-n grounds iif i „•„ and a liulf aoros in oxtont,
uml isu good Investment,
Good Livery Sfitlile in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
jfl
STACK STATION AND-
Bcst Brands Liquors and Cigars
G cor go Edwnrds - - Proprietor
The Surveyor Qenertil for ihe Province bus l.eeu in lliis section for the
past few days making arrangements
foi'the currying mi   'if  ll'ianglllatfnn
surveys wilh III Jiicl nf establishing, . ,-.•■■*,,,,,, „„„.,
mineral moniunenls thruugh   lhe (GOOD HOTEL  ACCOMMODATION
districl frum lb.. Okunugan river tu
Christina luke, Tha work will he commenced at nnce by luc.il surveyors,
one party working ensl und the other
wesl from Fourth uf July creek. The
idea in establishing Ihese monuments
is to give points wilh which nil mining
claims surveyed in fill uru will have to
he tied iu, iu nider Ihul lhe department ill Victoria mny he ill..roughly
posted Oslo llie exact location of ull
mineral claims,
This system is the one adopted l.y
Ihe survey deparlineiil nf lhe Slate of
Coloraibiimd is found to work admirably.
In carrying nnu I riangulat ion survey
of this mil lire a base line of froui nne
to two miles is ncc,nnl.ly measured
olf, und upon lliis a triangle ns nearly
equilateral us ihe topography of the
coimtiy allows is sel up liy I inning off
angles ut the ends of ihe imse line,
sides uf Ihis Irlangle then form buses
upon which nl her Iriuiiglcs are liuilt,
uud so on lill ihe country is a network
of triangles. Mounds ure established
atpoitjlssuiluhleusrcgiirdslnpogruphy,
distance, elc, .and connected by short
traverses with un angle of one of the
triangles. Fnnn this survey an accurate map of the counlry is then plotted,
 4, 4	
N0TE3 BY THE WAY.
If ERR BROS.
***" -^-»nCTOHKBS,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meal dollvorod ul back Crook and nil Ine
[Hilling ('.nulls.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
I). MrlHIKK
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds nf Wnrk Excelled to the Sntls*
facllon of Customers,
nui
II.  KEYES,  Prop,
(food Accommodation,
Besl Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B, C,
■rtfrwn**J^*: T.7tr->w », l*jk_.
MIDWAY
lh n   /
C~\WM1LL
KELOWNA, B. C.
■■ •»■ ft—-ig im; -j.'i-rr-'* - -?"r*— ■» I *■? -?w*g-f—.
■ L
Vnu t'l'in now purchase codar pnnol door*., beautifully inatlo tad (iMishotl: window Rash,
InttiH.BliIiiglcflnm] nil other klmln of Iioiiho fnnilRlilmpt.al tho Okanngaii Bnwniill. Rough nnd
drcsHod lumbor constnittly mi tmiid. Ordora from Kotlto lilvor districl wllcltort nnd prlcon
furnished upon application in
x. U, Sash and Doors nt Cowl IMow, with Sllghl Advanoo to oovor cost ot/rolght,
B.  -XaBQlTXBfCEi, 3PRO.P.
By our Travoliug Corrusjioudent.
Cnllln are in good deiuiliid and the
price hns iiconsluni upward tendeucy,
Ml*. Feiherston who recently tensed
tiie preuiises ul Osiiyiins from Mr.
Kruger, is busily engaged imniiig the
sliapu wil ha view '.. giving good in.*
coiniuoilatiou to Ihe Iravellng public.
A shortage of erop» is reported
Ihroiighniit Hie disirici, nnd consequently prices huve n tendency In
range somewhat higher I Iiuu Insl year,
Those funnel's w lm ure iu a posilloii lo
hold mi in whnl lhey have wiil undoubtedly reap ii gnnd reword befure
next spring.niiil mure pal liriilurly so
shuuld lhe willle, heal nil severe.
At Fairview an example is given of
what can be dune on liglil sundysuil,
providing plenty of water I'm. Irrigating ipurposus run he procured. Last
spring Mr, Sproule purchased a piece
of laud, ploughed, fenced und put it in
crop, and although lule iu sinning, (he
re-nil in cere,Is nnd routs is surprising.
uud furnishes a diced testimonial lo
Ihe.piulily and productiveness nf the
lauds whieh innil recenlly ,,'ciuuhvuys
looked upon us until [orcidlivuliun,
TheC. I', it, have n strange way of
bundling explusivcs. They haul Ihem
in er Iheir line n.lnch.d lu n passenger
Iriiiu.Mlien transport ihem down lliu
Okanagnn  hike  hy special slenuier,
then store lh. in lhe whnrf nl Pen*
ticlail for several days nil bin n very
short distance uf a lintel crowded with i
I
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundakv Falls, Ii. C.
Estimates furnished upon ap-
prication for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime and other material kept constantly on hand.
FREIGHTERS!
Purchase goal baled hay at
Penticton. Finest quality and
reasonable price. To be hatl
at  Mr.  A.   11. Wade's store.
YOU CAN GET A
a
FOR J5 CAT
mort distance nra lintel crowded with I «      i «
leople.   If dynamite Is ilm dangerous nJ.T)''iftnrr' 0
explosive it is suppnsud In be, why is| (Jl uliQul jo*""""""
Restaurant
imi u special landing plnco selected, or
some position I'm- iis siorage chosen,
which would pul il beyond lhe reach
uf causing su uuili destruction shuuld
il inndverlenfly explode, Tlie resl-
ileiils of Penllcliin have had one experience willi dynamite, ami ilu y du
Hul relish lhe idea ul' having until her,
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COUi'l'Y COil.if.
John Sinilh, alias Johnson, alius
.1''im Davison, was irhil under lhe
Speedy Trials nd befure Judge Spinks
"II Wednesday lllsl, un   llle  clUll'gll uf
Viineontln, li, C.
n»o
PltOVINClAI, s'lifllKTIIlV's tl)..)'!.))-.
SOIli July, IW.
Ill- Honor tho Administrator of lho aovorie
Blu"hng   un    nuhruiidcil    liniw,   I he \mnl „, nrltl»li t' ml.ln boon plon II.
properly of John Muliloii Thep isouer, n|i|iolnl Wii.i.um (Iiuimm MoMvnh, nf .'.li.l-
ivlin evidently keenly fell his posilloii, way, l"«t|iilro, l" lie .. Itoglslmr iiu.lor ilu-
ple.itled gullly In the rhurge, bill usked  "Marringo Act" wil  nnd for   (Colli.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH ■ DOORS.
—LUMBER^
S. A. Ml k CO.
(Successor Io 11, \. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vet-noi, u. 8.
Koop n Hrsl-t'las-i stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Carofiil Attention
 (JIVKN TO —
MAIL ORDERS.
I'flKTDFKK'K IIOX III.
Op
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ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
IV IT! t
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building Is tiro storeys high nml stands
on ils miu ground nf hull un nore in extent nnd
is in a commanding Inisiuess position,
Kill) TllltMS Al'I'LVT.)
D. NI0H0I.80N,
OKANAGAN Mission
ffl The trade centre of the Grand B
m Prairie, Kettle river and m
|p3 Boundary creek mining and pj
m agricultural country. 0
IM   iW
ffl
W$ Situated at the junction of p|
g the Boundary creek, Marcus ||
ffl and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
B Nearest point to the Colville H
m& reservation mines
SSnS
m
m
m
M LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD ffl
m      ==ft=-ftft      m
*&» ffl
m
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camn Fairview, B. C.
ED
AT ONCE
2,500 MEN
In llie Boiiiidurj. Creek liislrirt to know
lliu! llu.
L?vJ0
py
tm
Fur prices nnil all olher I ifoi'inutlon apply to
BJ C. E. STUART - ■ - AGENT ffl
W__ %m
fy-'-fi CARSON, GRAND PRAIRIE, H.C $;|$
2EB.JkBa'S  ISX:;jZj,2J  I;j:o^2S2
KNIGHT & CO. ujnBY.au
az^^m—*———*•———— ---. Ph'st-Chiss Accommodiilloii for Quests, Oood Hunting and Fishing
Slug...-'tn Vernon nnd Blue Springs.
Vernon, 3. G.
Butchers and Perk Paekers
T/.'HJ.
m_^
VERNON HOTEL,
Hamilton & Killvray,
Pfoppietors	
WpbI IHml "I W
oi'imeii Avieiu... Vernon,b.c.
White : Help : Or|ly.
Fll'st-Cluss in livery Kcspai'l,
Kvery Comforl uml Oonvoiilonco,
ITl'oo bus In ntnl fnnn All Truiiis.
A Cull Solioilod,
*4aS-
Stable :  ii) : Coxiriection
rj.ois3ii.E3 JEffia3a?®,aa.«a., E°x»op>.
w^\/\>/N
F~:r\
FURNI'I
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
Colnmbln slrccl, Qrcenii'ooil I'll;-, II. (!., has
opencil ..-ill. a niiTsiuck of Qrocorles, Olpirs,
Tohocoo, Stationery, elc. A cull is reiDoothilly
Rollcltoil.
OLSON &PHELAN
A. D. WORGAN.
Poptraff, & Landscape Pbotoarr-apheP
v mi sox, ii.r,
VIEWS OF  THE OISTRICT  FOR  SAlE.
', •■giHiiY'^-.iifl'Y r* -•"r:"Tn*"r'^«— -mt— tq_____m_^___\
MINERAL ACT.
Oortificutfl   of  Iniproveiiients.
_T£yx?£.oxs.
Tun Oito Dknoiw MINKR.U OlAIM,
Situate in the Kettle Itivor Mining Division
of Yule District.
i-TAICK NOTICK llml t. W. A. Corbott, froo
I    ininers rartlllcitoNo.67IIM, Intend,iixty
'In.-i'i; I lie ilnlc horoof, loapplj in Ihc (Iniil
(liimnilsstonei' I'm' n coi'tifleato uf hnprovonionta
for the purpowi ot ublnlidiig u orowii grant in
lho ahove claim.
Ami furl her lake notico, that ndrorso olatma
m.M In- soul In lhe Uolil i'u Issionor and
aollon coitunciiceil before tin- tssiiancoof said
certttlcate of tiuproveinonlfl,
llutoil Uii- I-I duyof July, 1SO0, 17
fpTI
—^UPHOLSTERING—
ROSSLAND, E. C. VERNON, B. C.
P. II. JAOQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles ancl
Silverware,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VEIINON, H.c
wr-WWIlli.l      " .TT.-=*r*in:™
-   .'i    -..:     ,;..;..  .
(
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s "Ta-fljT «-.
'*■   1 'ft X -ft
J'i-fj-WJ
t       "■   aa/'^-a
^FA^Xm"!
Sllovvtilg the I):.(as mul I'tuccs of Conrtl
Of AssIzcMsl I'rlus,Oyer undTel'iiilii*.
er iiiiil Gunoral Gaol Dollvovy for tho
year islin.
|.*.\l.l, ASSIZKB,
Clinton Thursday liUh Soptombor
llialilirlil Monday, 28th Saptombor
ICii min ips Monday, .ith October
l,y Hon Friday, D(h Octobor
Vornon Monday, Uth October
N'cv Wcstmlator Tuesday, .ini Kovomber
Van iror Monday, !)th N'm-cniber
VIotoi'iu Tuesdny, til li Novombor
Nunalmo Tuesday, '.'llli Novoinbor
NOTICE.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of 11\|%'™' ^raivcii duui.ohas, do n,
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK,
In   be   allowed   lu   ttill    .Illnesses    lu
teslify lu hi* |...■ vi.iu- guod clmi'iieler
III r Milling lUilsl.iii uf liic Vulc lilcclurid
District.
cum
NOTICE.
T. [.unless, uf Ai,,::. hisl   uu mill,
sai I In- km a   lb.1 pilsniier Inn yenrs
UK".   II''   »■'- .in   li aiesl   buy   linn.  To R.C. Sidley, J. P., Sidley, B. C. nnd W. H,
Witness liniln'i   seen prisoner since] Ndrrls, J, P„ Midway. B. C.
until this spring, i   Bbntliuirx. Wo beg to horoby glvo yon
I, „„...  s-i,   ,„. „ ,. v    ,        tiollcothnl wo Intond, at lho next silling of lho
Uepill}   Mu.nil Mans nl hpukiine iJceiislng Cnarl, held for lho Imvorpor-
vvus Ihen culled lu give pvldeiice hv ; li"""'111," -to™™ UlvW; f Yalolllstrlot,
,,      ,,,,,,, .,      . *    l'iu|i|ilyfii|.||liccii.... fur llie side „f liiiiiunii
l.ullslnble .Me.Myuil,    .ilorns e.\ ju c.sse.1
Ilis reluctance In testify, ll- snid he
hud kno.vii Ilm prisoner 12 iiiiiiii lis,
Knew him in Spokane, llud urreslcd
him Ihere for slenling callle,   He laid
iil'l'!
Camp MuKllinoy.        JOHN McDONAhll,
\v. K.CONKLE.
lintel iiii- Isl day of August, 1800. 17.
NOTICE.
t.      -     u    , ,1 ... ,,     . 1   r.    f     ,.,  i M*1TI.'|.| ia horoby (then llml. sixtv days
lieen implicated in llu. Ihell nf cattle  |\j  nftor dulo hereof; I Intond to apply i,.
nn three different nrcnslnns und had IfeIl«n. tlio Clblof CoinniliMlonor of lands and
, ,, "era"'of permission lo ptirohnsoolghty aorrs
nlsiisiulei. two horses,   He was imw  of land, slliialo lu tho Osoyoos Division of Ya|o
District,in tho Province nf llrilisii Cul bin.
via.:
Cominoncltigal tlio rouIImvosI ooinoroftbc
north-H'osI ijuarlorof Boction rllnotoon, Town.
sliin  Slxty*ctglit,   riiniiiug  Ilienee   west ^11
chains, thonco south 3d chains, thonoo easl n.
chains, Iheiico north 211 ohains, thenco West -2D
.liniiis 'o liic iriini of coitiinoncomotil.
wanted on the other side fur escaping
fnnn lawful ciisl.iidy ou Ilm 2'Jlh of
November lu-i, when liemysteriously
disappeared from Ihe Spokane jail,
The prlsoiiei' wus senlenced lo live
year:; in the penitentiary,
GRAND PRAIIUE SAW WILL.     All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
♦   - All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursen
bPOK .A N K   FALLS,
I'. (1. Mux C8S, \V,-isliii|n|i,i|
Roiljrll  1,11'nlier
fnnn liUll lo $12,
llresseil l.in.ilier
From ;M<I tn (filH
Por Thousand.
0\FTH   C^IO
Send Vour OrJur to-Haivtju*-^-
Lepime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Bug'g'ies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to ?S0
an acre, well improved.
.Iuu IS'l.!li,.]|..illl ef c'liiiiiiclicellliinl. T        , n    T,       ,   ¥ Tr  ,
Midway, .1.c,.-,„., r,,X.:'5" MVNN.8 Lwpo & LloyiWoDos. Kelowna,
25 bars soap
1 pound coffee
1 pound tea dust
Dry salt bacon per pound
Send us your mail orders and you will
Save Money.
0. B. & P. B. NELSO
OABSON
. m
ilnys from ttato nitikitiu HppIIrntlon lo tin* fliluf
roinmisHimi'i-nf Liiiuls nml Wurks for [lorntU-
Hhiii ll) pliivlmsc 11 ('i'i'liiiiii,i,]'tiiiiiiil'|,unl   ilitiil,'
liitlioOgoj-oomllvIiiloiiofyiilo llislricl in ilu*
iM'oviiicoof fli'lilfili Colnmblft. V\_\ ihe imoo-
uiiptoil frftellnnof liuul lyttiff -ivostntitl ouJottiJiiB
ilH'(i,ivi;iiiiiiri.i roHcrvoon Pnas orook, nopIh
wk of Kutllo rlvor I conlnlnlng um aoroa
moro or loss, 0,1) U,(HtKKN,
Sldloy, li.t'„.liilv 18,16W,
NOTICE.
NOTICKIsliorob) riven iliiiilliiilnysfrniniliilo
I Inn ml;1111.1; lug in ibe Assistant Coiuiiils.
slunrnif biinils in i.i words fora licence, lo pros,
pool fur ennl iiiiiiii ibe following lands] vis,
slarllngol a slake sol nboul ihc oontro ..f lho
otutl boundary linoof Olo Johnson's pre-emption
cliiliuini Meyers crook, lllld niiiiiliit,* south inn
mllo. thonco otial ono inile. llici.ee ono mllo
nurlli, MinuT une mile wesl   to [mint  uf ciilll-
Snr.  miincottioiittlliosniiie lands licluy sttuatod in
.OO Osoyoos dlyls of Va|o lllstrlot,
Midway, n.c. July 18,18011. O, J. lundy.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon Hint mir-lr days
aflordato I liilond making application lo
lho Chief Commissioner .if Lands und Works
for permission to oul mul carry away timber
from Ibo fuiinulng described lands, situate In
the Osoyoos ill vision of Yolo district i
l' luenollig nl n posl  nlioul, half a mllo
nurlli uf tho Solionnvor cabin nnd about 20
cliiiins on llu; ensl side nf Ilinuiiliirv ..reck,
Ihonce running norlli '.'K. cliolns, fnlluwlng Iho
coumo uf IIiiiiiiiIiiit creek, thonco ..'.'sl 10
chains, thonco eonlh :'lu ehatiiB, tlienoe cist 10
chains b. ilm imlni nf commencement, conialn*
Ing mW aoros mine or less.
.UIIIN SULLIVAN,
Datod Ibis i'llidu) of JulyrlMm. lj. LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Public school term commences to-
duy.
Miss McICenzie of New Westminster
arrived in town lasl week lo tuke,
charge of ilu* Midway school,
D. McDuff hns disposed of tlie wood-
Working department uf his carriage
liusiness to M. t', Bonnie, nn experienced carriage und wagon maker,
Change of iidveriisemeni nf Reservation Trading company, Nelson, Wash.,
and Oarson, B, 0, arrived loo lute for
this issue uf lhe ADVANCE,
Messrs. (luwslun nud Bills passed
through Midway on .Sn|ur.luy nu their
return from a cul tip drive in Konte-
Uuy,   Their trip wus successful,
Mr, .Melville has taken Ih utract
of building iun ufflco I'm lhe .Midway
Townsite company,   The offlcn will lai
lll.ill ou ll lot close tn Ilm |i.sl(.Iliac.
Befure His Honor Judge Spiuks ul
Grand Porks lasl Monday A, I.. Manly
appealed under ilm License Acl fur a
renewal uf his license to sell Intoxicants.  The license wns granted.
Air. P. 11, Nclsun uf Carson wus iu
Midway un Sal unlay on business. II..
says ihul within the last forlnight
suine llfleen new buildings huve been
pul up ul Nclsun mi ihc reserve lion.
A letter hus been posted at the Midway puslolllce addressed In "Mrs, J,
\V. Norl hups." The destination is tint
given on the envelope. The wrilir
can remedy his omission by culling ut
the office.
Mr. Aim, siihscrlpllnn agent for lhe
Spokane Chronicle, nn.l Mr. McCarler,
news foreman un llie suine journal,
were in Midway lasl week, Mr. Mc-
Carter Is also a pari proprietor in Iho
Grand Porks Miner.
Mr, Kuins, the provincial surveyor-
general, when in town Wns ijnestioned
as to the dispute as In lhe Hue location of lhe iiilermiliuiinl boundary
line, said that of course the contention
recently raised by a Spokane paper
that Russland wns un the American
side nf the line wus nonsense.
A rancher up Ihe river hus hit, upon
a capital plan tn catch llsh. His modus
operandi is io ntluch a line with n
spnnn Iniil iit the end uf il In liis saddle
nnd walk his hill's,' slowly up lhe
stream, The iish us they are caught
are stnwed away in llie saddle lings,
One day  Jusl   week   tlie   ingcliiuil!
*Or©2a.e3?a,l   E'S©2»s5l5.Ea,3i*iLdLl"s©.   #
THE GIANT PiJWDER COMPANY, SAN FBANCISCO.
PuWIIKIt M.U1AZ1XU AT ANACONDjV,
Dealer in
Aoent for
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA, B. C.
♦♦ >•»♦•»« <•"•>-> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ •>•*>•*»->*>♦♦♦ *♦♦♦<>-»<•>« .XWW* o.>-»*t.->-)->0 a* ,*,->*><>. ♦♦♦OOOO'X) ♦•>♦♦♦♦
Mr. lj. S. (irah.-iui lefl fnr Spukane
lusi week, having finished assessiiienl
work nn lhe Virginia und Put Ier Palmer.
A force uf len men nre ngillll In be
pul lu wurk un lhe Lasl Chance, Sky-
lurk cuuip,   The Lust Oliaiice is n
pr ising eluiin, nud il was generally
regretted when work was suspended
llial full.
.Suinii iif (he principal claims in ibe
vicinity uf Verm.n nre receiving considerable attention al the bunds of
capitalists .'ind nlining men, uml il
would uol be surprising if ill the near
future it is nut possible tu chronicle lhe
transfer of some of the most promising
.1. Hunter, wlm lecently bunded
claims lu Captain Hall, has discovered
allot her line ledge of nre snillll of 'he
Siinilkitmeen, assays from .which In
copper android have gone as high us
$117 per Ion from average samples, The
ledge is reported to lie SO feet in width
uud traceable for quite a lung distance.
E, Morris nf Fairview is pegging
away at developmentworkoii his claim
the Blue Belle on Kruger mountain,
und his Inbnrs are being rewarded with
gond results, as a largo body of ore is
nuw disclosed, assays from average
samples uf which give a enpper nnd
gold value uf $12 uud upwards per
tun.
Captain Hull hns bonded two more
claims on Kiuger iiiuiinliiln from R,
A NACONDA HOTEL
o*0**** ANACONDA,  B. C.
Vlsltnrs to the Boundary Creek .Mining Camps, Stop al ihe Anaconda
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
Mack & Tholl, Proprietors
R
S
0
N
TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Carrying Pry Uonds, Groceries, II,...Is and Shoes, Bendy
Made ('I..thing. Miners' .Supplies, Plum Uncoil, Lard,
Etc., On   Hand AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department hue been added, where everything in I Imt
line   w e  fnund,     REPAIRING   SOLICITED,
ED. DRISCOLL.
Assessiiienl wurk hns just been liuii -
pleleil un lhe llii iu Ceil I ml camp. A
blind vein of guletin wus uncovered,
M, P. Riibison and bis partners left
on Saturday to work on the Little
Mary, a claim adjoining lhe Jewel in
Long Luke camp,
Messrs. Douglas nnd Atwnod huve
gone up to James creek, wheiethe big
strike was recently made, to prospect,
Work is nisi, to be done shortly oil lhe
new Hud,
Day by day sees n better class of nre
taken from lhe Triune mine nl Golden,
just, soull) of lhe line, upon which u
l()-slnni|i mill is constantly kept running. Gold bricks nre the order of Ihu
day, which nre being sen! to the mine
owners in Sipokane, much tu their
satisfaction nnd Ihe excitement uf
their many friends.
.Splendid ore is being taken mil of
Hie Highland Chief claim at Camp
McKinney ns n result  of recent de-
ml
Kit
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H.i
4,1
Jit
ft
AKBBY
Fresh Bread,
Cakes    and
Pies Always ^\N
On     Hand.
A WDKIER, Prop.
trawler succeeded by lliis
catching some seventy-five,
trout.
Boweli nnd James Anderson, une of velopnienb work. The claim is owned
which is ibe imw famous Calumet, by W. Edwards, an old-tinier in Ihe
Men bnve been pul, to work to curry camp, who for several years past has
out development. Cnplaln Hall has heen assiduously prosecuting develnp-
! jal-o put -some men  tu wurk on the Lieut wurk upon this and other claims,
,   |    ,  claims Ileal' Kereineos, recenlly bunded
from .1. Hunter.
Judge Spinks lefl .Midway uu Thur,-
duy. The judge, who Is Interested in
several penalising mining properties in
1! ..island, bus als. invested hi inwu
Inls nl. Anaconda.   Asked  whal lhe
Russland i pie lliuughi of Boundary, I
Judge Spinks replied ihul. I hey thought j
almost mure of the camp than they'
llld ill' 1 lli-if nu ll, uial he believed knew
more fif litis dlslricl than lhe Inhalill-
iiuls did themselves.
The uppoiuinii-nl .of Mr. McMynn a
us registrar uf marriages fur the dis
ll is expected Ihnt lbe tunnel will
sunn lie started which il is Intended tn
run Into Palmer iiimintnln In tup Ibe
several bodies of on. in lhe many
claims Inciiled thereon. The tunnel
| will he a giguulic undertaking, yet ils
projectors consider it nut only feasible,
hut thut tlle resull. iiblnineil would
thoroughly juslify the undertaking.
Messrs, Bills and Pascoe huve cotn-
I pleted tlle assessments ull the Dark
I Horse nud lhe Uiiiun.il) Wellinglon
camp,  lint fur from  the Winnipeg.
Bulb claims Innk well.  The ure clusely
Iricl, which is gazetted ihis week, will,
give geiierulsnlisfuiainn here.   Hereto-  'W-uhles Winiii|.ee,'mc l„,i   ,.,	
fore the necessary license could uol Is*      l»    '
obtained   any    uenrer   home   than
Osuyoos, Delay is pruverblully danger* j
ous, and wlm cnn suy how iiianyhnppy
iniinns huve fulled to he eiilisununil
simply owing In llle importunity for
meditation which il.e ledums ride In
felch ilie license ullowed,
A  mistake uccurred  in
culiunns iu lusi week's issue tinenl the
mention of Messrs.  Sanson) cm Hoi-
drunk's mineral display in llieir ..Dice.
A friendly pleasantry in regard tu Mr.
ide.   Ahout eighteen fuel of
work wus done  un  each  cluim.   The
owners will probably build a cabin on
i.nie uf the [imparlics and continue to
j'Jj  develop tin* claims this wilder.
The dredging  machine which  was
recenlly unchiircd in the Osnynos luke,
j is now inuviiig up lbe lhe Siiiiilknniccii
,     I! river, nnd wall in u few days luke up
lls posilloii nml commence opcr.-ili.ins
in gnld milling,   Last summer, by em
ploying u driver, gnld in paying t|iian
lilies wns recovered from lhe bed of J
lu lhe richest chute of nro plenty of
specimens arc being, found containing
free gold.
A letter has been received by J. C,
Hans from S. K. Armstrong, secretary
of the Nnrlhwcsi Mining exhibit, asking him to collect sumples nf nre frum
Boundary creek for purpose*, of exhibiting at llie Mineral expusllion lo
he held nt Minhenpnlis, Minn., during
September, The letter stales'thatthe
samples musl he forwarded initial ei
than the 20lh nf August to Spnkillie,
So little I lino is to be lost if Boundary
on. is to be shown, Free Irunspnrlu-
liun bus been granted by the railroads,
ll is In he hoped that prospectors here
will do Iheir utmost lonssisl Mr. Haas
in his work.
Alex. Wallace and Tom Currie have
made two capilul local ions in White's
camp, half a mile from lhe hnuudiiry
line. The claims urn known us lhe
Muiiiil Pleasant and Old Guard respectively, The Muiiiil Pleasant wus lo-
cated suine four years ago and une
assessment was done on It. Frum grus-
runt rock the nssny gave Ipn in gnld. In
lliuse ilnys, buwever, Ihc pruspeclor
was Uut snlislled wilh a eluiin unlf
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
AT THE«=—.
ANACONDA . .
SAWMIL   . . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Caii Solisited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
Greenwood City ani Boundary Falls, B, C,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   J.   WHITE
PllOrEIXTOE.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines,
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
A tneutllv iileiisanlrv in regard In illr.     , , ,, ,. ,        ,    , ,,
Suns,,,,, ut ihe ,  of Ihe paragraph nf lhl' •si»"lk""""'"  «™ "™ the lie oe W'as very high grade, hence the
wns spoilt, in fact, the , re sense.-"1" "f "'" ***'* fl""w nperu- ahuudonmen ,   1hor. is ai n e
wuschanued hv th ilsslou of cer-linns, and therefore ll. may he taken us iron capon Ilm .Mount Pleasanl, und
t.uiii words. Our reference in Dr.
Keeley's cure wus in nn way meant to
imply thul uur guud friend Mr, San-
soul was addicted In an luleniperate
fondness fnr Intoxicants,    The  sen-
a foregone conclusion Ihal  lhe new
machine will he a profitable one,
Upon n claim recenlly lucaled, and
which Is situated belween lhe furks of
[tuck ereek, Oopeland and Y.uikin un
tence was merely a play upnu words busily engaged inking out snme good
sulphide   me, after   having   broken
lhrough ti tremendous Iron cupping
tlsu one ur Iwu scams nf while quurlz.
The Old Guard bus a fairly large tpiurlz
shewing.
Best Brands Lipors and Cigars
Good .Stabling,
TIioiikIi ilu .mi fuil in take advantage, ol
this miliar limited opportunity, anil
havo your Photo tuken wliilc. you hnvo
thatopporl unity ut obtaining a truo uml
iii the sense lh ii ihe broker would id-
mosl need the powerful remedy com
pounded by lh" crlehrulc.l physician which fur exlenl  Is equal in almost
for tlle use ofli's clleiils, when show- anything in llu in Iry,   The nre is
ing Ihem lhe evidences of lhe wealth
of Boundury creek. So wonderful u
showing might pruduce Inliixlcallug
results In a stranger. We feel llial
this cxplnliun (lliougli explanations
are always tedious) is necessary. Mr.
Siiusotu Is however loo favorably and
Well known fur such nu impression a
tint paragraph mighi huve convuyed ti
really gain grmiiid,
►' f 4	
MINING   .SOTi'i!.
nf the same character us Ibnl found ut
Kruger lain. Buiiiiduryund lluss-
land camps, iiiiiI gives nu Indication
Ihul u cunliiiimiis vein ul' ure runs
clear through Ilm country for ninny
miles wilh ii cuurse frum ensl lu wesl.
P. Dittmer hm llillshed lbe assess
inenl wurk uu ilm Jewel. There ure
now two shafts down each nbout 12
feel, one un Ihe nurlli und lhe ulher on
the soul b cud uf Ilm cluim. The richer
ore is found iu lhe south shnfl.
Tim lli'iicrn Oriiiidi'i liicaled Insl.fill
by I''. Slliinqticsland P. P. McArtliur,
is turning nut une nf ibe hesi claims in
I, ing hike c.imp. Mr, Sbi.uipiesl bus
Sllllk ll hull',-llllllli seven feel dull II llllll
from Ihul. di pih drilled fi.e led. lie
bus us yel found no walls uml is working in Build ore, a cniirse-griilned
giilcnn. Samples taken frmu ilm ledge,
und nnl picked iii nny way, assayed
$15 iu gnld iiiiiI lill ounces in silver.
An olfer nf $5,000 has been made fur n
half lllleresl in lhe claim, hul refused.
J. VV. REED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLEi!
MliiWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing' a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    nil-Jin
W, II.U.IiV.Mi'l.l-
£»-OM.oa.-:ail     22^i:.,K-J...:tt„.it.y.^
PAIRVIEW, li. 0,
llorneshoebii,' n
And a ncullj- finished ploluro, J. II.
Stonnorlsa profleicnt workman In lib,
productions nf art, mul Kiiarautoofi per
foci sallsfacltoii.  Cablnots only $3,00.
I'fill
raia Gallery, Midway,
A CARD.
A contract hus been let furil double-
cniupiii'liueiit shnfl un the Did Ironsides. Work is in commence ut once.
The contractors receive ij>22 per foot.
Owing lo lbe burliness nf lhe ruck this
price is considered lo be very low
indeed.
Some of llie prettiest nr
in  Buiuidary wus taken fnnn Billy
Porter's claim in  Wellington  camp,
the Gulden  Drawn.   Insl   week.   The
mineral is hematite, currying quarlz
t). Dents is hammering away al his
cluim in Camp .McKinney, I lle development work now being dune cuusisl ing
of an attack upon the ore body. The
work formerly done consisted uf ..pen
crosscuts mul drains, ihe latter constructed lu carry oil' the surface water,
evershnwn j Many whn were given In smiling al
wbal they termed Charley Deals'Irrigation syslein, now lunk with aslonlsli-
nmiil upon lhe samples uf ore heing
tukeiiu.n uf the shaft,   The ure is uf a
All  Kinds ot impairing,
Specialty,
- "T"-T*TW.-¥-3*.--. ~  mW
BOCK CREEK HOTEL
MOUTH OF HOCK UUK1CK,
XX.    3e*i*t-toai.c9.vJLi3*3xt    1«;;»-
GOOD STABLING
tm Excollenl Waking .in ICottlo lilvorjw
¥¥rjght
j.
in
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is i heCentral Town und Supply Point nf the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps,   From Ibis New Town mails
lend to lhe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely und arc a Ciiinii Investment,
For Price of Lota and Olher Informal inn, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Biiund\ry Creek. B. (',
Or Apply lo Agents,
C. F, Cc-STHRTON, Vernon, 15, C.
A, K, Stuart, Vancouver,
B. C
in which free gold is very plainly free milling churneter, bul carries a
visible. The Gulden (,'ii.wn promises slrong percentage of galena and zinc,
to he, if It, already is nni, as good a which renders it particularly adapted
claim as the Winnipeg. 110 concentration,
hereby beg to give notice
nirchasers unci intending
purchasers of Greenwood City j J
lots, that I am, ancl havu been
for some time past, prepared to
I give a deed to such lots that is
l.'ins|.-l'I.ASS   ACC.IMM..II.ITIIIN    KI.K   Ill'rW [;|Jm*J|*|(*    f0|*    |"( ■; <_li S11*J 11 If J11   IlllllC
Registry Office at Kamloops,
I desire to make known this
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing t|1(i stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a dear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
epairing Neatly and PrompUyDone' in the above townsite
R. WOOD.
(irccnwnodCilv, H. ('., May IS, WU
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'. B. PATON
..FURNITURE..
♦ ♦*«♦♦•*•♦'•»■>-» *>♦<>♦♦« •+****<>0*++++*+ + +4}++4l++'>*++'t*++i.*4,
Gr2"<B©3i.-,c5roo'ta.   Ci-fc-sr.
hot
AnasonUa, B. C.
OrrtcrH liy fltftgo strlcUy attonded lo, Add row
Aim.-multi Mort'lUllilt) Co'fl SImit.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, IJ C.   -   -   -
PADMORE 6b PEERS    -   -   -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
C.:- 30.   XX-   BFJELOXTImH,
BLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run ln Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C. ■'iF-U'S-ft.-lf*-^
THE_
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood Citv, Boundary Creek, B, C.
We hitvejlisl opened Ibe above hotel al (ireeuwooil City, nn.l ure prepared
to welcome guests unit provide go...I accommodation, Ootid Catering. Firsl
class Livery Stable. ;n0 Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
WOOD,   HUBBLE  & WESTEL,  PROPRS.I Strictly Flrst-Class and Charges Moderate.
 ; i Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -       -        Good Stabling-.
VICTORIA HOTEL    Armstrong & Lawder
VERNON B. C. j ^~~~
murphy & faulkner, Props.n, Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda, B. 0.
"We Selii*"W^-
FLOURS     -7/FLOUR|golden gate hotel
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the liusiness to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine,
Also Bran, Shorls and Chopped feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the districl. Our (lour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia,
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, Ii. C.
flj    GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    ,
.   .  G. E. SEYMOUR 4, CO., PROPS.
STRICTLY  FIRST-CLASS
H,Tiaeri-|i on nils Main llo.ui to Coitwi,
d-mdwood, hkvi.aiik, iiiiiaiNW'inii, bus.. Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
LAKK -.Ml OTIlI.lt Ullt.MI.IIV CltKKK t'.lMl'R.
County Court.
BAXBOM V, niUYHi.1..
This was a wage claim,   Judgment
for pin i tl I i If willi costs.
IIIIIIII   V. MARTIN.
Mr. llnllell for plainlllf, Mr, Black
for defendant. I'laiuliir claimed wages
for himself nud Irani for four days at
ljlil,60 per day, also lhe price of a bale
of buy. Judgment for plninlilf wilh
costs,
CRIMINAL CASKS.
Jack O'Neal and P.. Cuslellu, charged
John Jnrrell corroboraled tnsthnony
of foriuer witness in regard tu the
lending of his pipe; he snid he wuuld
lend uuy une his pipe, everyuiie wus
welcome lo it, (pipe produced, n
similar pipe I" tho une owned by
Howeji witness confessed to being
drunk nt the lime meiilinred.
This closed the cuse. His honor
eoinpliincnled Mr, McMynn on I bend"
inhuble in,inner in which lie hnd
worked up the cuse, and addressing
llle prisoners, snid Ilinl, while lie could
ml suy Unit, lhey hud proved l.y any
Mc Henry sice ranges, wood cuu!; 'loves, coal conk sieves, parlor stoves, box stovea
miners' camp sieves, or any stovo you want, sllvorwaro, granlloivaro, crookorywara
gltut-waro, ivoodenwaro, Unworn of ull khuls, toilet sets, hardware of all kinds
cutlery, furks und spoolis, Daisy churns, Now Williams sewing machines, wringer,,
washing iiiiictiiucs, window sluitlcs.
g. o, shukson, Prop. New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Tl.nl were iiwnrdcl the gold nicilnl nl Ihc Chicago World's fair in ISICI.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING Furnace Work,   Steam  and   Pipe Fitting,   Iron  Pipe and
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash. Fitti (;enera] jobbing jh     •„ A1, LineSi
mt^^mtmtt^^^t^^^^mi WW it costs to gel a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
mmSKkm^^ ,,w-'-, A™«r,v!"," mnc\ ";,n;:wr n"n,,l,■,:■•' '"-"""Tl r"'
^^♦♦♦♦♦♦cVa«-)♦«♦*♦♦♦*«♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦   S»7S>v>,»VN^  mta
I shovel, I pick (any kind), I sponn, I drill hummer. I blacksmith's ham*
 ', I 18-Inch drill (either j, Ji'irune inch), 1 mi-inch drill (either j. " or 1
Inch), all fur the -sum of $25) or anything else a miner wants, Jessup's
steel only used in drills. Send your cash with Ihe order, If ynu nre not.
iu lhe eii v send order Iur groceries, us il. will be tilled. I will supply any*
Ihing vnu wunl.
$M Armstrong k Lawder, tlie Hardware, Tin end Stove Men, Anaconda,
fe&   THE  FUTURE
m
m
II RAILWAY, MINING AND ffij
9m
m
1 ABEICHLTUHAL CENTER OF
lie fettle far h
■:
i
Penticton Livery, hi ani Sale Stales
 *■■
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
<$M   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars Apply to
m
HM A- K- STUART,    on to    r. C. ADAMS,
[i,*,y ___—_— ________,*__
S«3 Midway, B, O. Mostbbal, Ij, Q.
m
■VlSlll'U IU III'  St'Ill   U|l   IU lilt'   •
s im,,,,,-snid ihui if Mr.rn i iTpy ftfinnc
I show llllll any c se in ; jl jyj |j |   |jj fjy |j|J   ,     ,
Willi stealing a $20 gnld niece, u lf,u nnd . , ,
„ , . ,   ineuns Iheic niniiceiice. there was Yel
Will hole, a sliver wiii.h, a  pipe uud; „- •    ,     -, ,- .,   -       '■,
v ..     , ,. '     ' ' ,,        nut. sufficient evidence nl  their gtiill,
knife, the propertv ol   Al-i-H   Howe,..   .            , .,,     .,
.,','.     ' ,,.    ,, ,   ,     ! He hune.l that il I hev were guillv I In-
were  tried   lu-loic*   Ills Honor Judge'       .,' ', .,       ' „.,
, ,   , i would iiiove u warning lu Ihem.    I lie
Spinks ul I ncluck. . , ..
',,       . ,,,       ,. ,    p.unslunent  lor the ciiuie wus very
lhe prisoners hud elected lor speed.':. „„
..,',,. ,    ,,      ,,.   ,     heavy—seven    years,    lhe   prisoners
,Iinl,  bill   their  cniuisel,   Mr,   lll.nl;, I ,,   , ,
,.   ,.       ,   ,   ,      , ,  ■ i were discharged,
staled tlnit his clients had altered llieir _____J_________
minds und wished Ii. Iii* sent up In th
ussiz.es.   Hi
Black conk
the acl allowing prisoners lo change
their minds mice I hey decided nt which
court lhey would be tried, he would
allow Mr. Bluck's contciitlun, olher*
wise he would  pioceed,    Mr.   Black
asked that a nieuiuraudiim h.c inade of
llisolijeclii.il.
Albert. Howe snid be knew lho nc-
cased;  snw  llieni  at   .luck   Waller's
cabin, Greenwood city, on tho 17th of
July; they were drinking togellier; a
woman nuined Claude   wus  in   the
ciihiii;   she left  when   lhe  prisuners.
r^ii^rr;.:hi;;PliffiBix Fire \_wmi
ml
S|S!    PACK
J$*§    HORSES
m
ml	
I
I
m
ml
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
iESTi-ssSielles   <*&   E&eno-u.f,  Ltd.
Victoria.   B.   C,
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
;     1. b L L
enera! ■ M%
Fairview, B. C.
argest and Eest-isserte
 IN THI?	
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
««*>»
ED. A. HA!"*!  •  MIDWAY, D. C.
-■**•--,-i-ii--1-T-—I-.Q-H- -r-~-~,tw.-Tr..-
, iiicJiU i
r-TJTCHE,
when lbe Wi iiiiiiii lefl; he went loj
sleep shortly lifter, nud when henwuke
bis property was gone, he got up and
went lo the Pinneer hotels bad suspicions llml ilu- prisoners hud stolen
his money; he saw ihe accused ul the
bur of lhe hotel, drinking; Ihis wus
about 11 ii'i lock; be iiiiild idciilify llie
gold piece, wulcli nnd pipe (uiliclcs
produced nnd ideiiiillcil by witness);
on lhe Jib snw Ilm licensed O'Neill
smoking his pipe,
Questioned hy O'Neal, witness s.i iit
he uol iced pipe in prisones's possession
len niiniiles ufter his ai resl. O'Neill—
Then 1 bail plenty uf time In get rid
nf Ihe pipe? Yes.
.Iiihn  W.  Illlbhel   teslilied  thill   he
hull known the incused fuur moiilbs;    M'llollvery wagon lo all lowiw anil onmpr, In
he was iu lhe hulel Inisiuess; I he uc- llio nolghtiortiood.
ciised were ill bis place of business nl I *—"—"•■-—*"       —
it 1 ><>nI III p, in. no Iiiii July; limy bad a
«        FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED
li
SOUS AGENTS FOR
|Brantford ® Binders § and 1 Mowers
Till! BUST IN THBMAllRlT,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough*,, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VKHI'DN.
C. I?. Cc»E3-t.a2?*£.3jrE., ^Lg-exL-fc.
.Pi
\
HOUSE AXD ('.'MvJK'IAC la PAINTING
! (yimYnTTTTT) Plain and Decorative
-I.   ,*-:. I, /->. .rn oj       Paper Hanging
ejal Hotel, Grand Forks, B. C.
M. 1''. I''()1,(:II'',U,   I'KOPlMK'l'OI,'.
Good Aecommodation and Moderate Charges.
EJer* <OIi.fLM.es3 X£.<a,l_p
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
"boundary hotel
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (-l.iss Accommodation-   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from .Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Eeef, Fork, Mutton and
ANACONDA.B.C. i^juuJUUULmJ KALSOMINING
Gwiml H'orlcs and Midway, B, ('
j«iuji,.i:.'..'ii.*.'^..j,,j-   i'.'  ■  «ntup"jacai
Grand Prairie Hotel
(AliSON, KETTLE  RIVER, II. 0,
Situate in tlie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
Sf.CJSAGfcS.
Ppospetops' Livery, Feed ni
(Irniid Forks, II. C, Below tlio Brldffo,
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and LnJies' Saddle Horses
iviy, Grain and Wood for Sale.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.   Stage Lines
'    !   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
18S McLAREN BROS.        - - ■ PROPRIETORS
;^,,,,;.u',.iti,,ii.ii'.(i in,,,,■ job printing of every pi Teaming of All  Kinds a  Specialty.
"?•■ r"s"' "' W a-.ami hll -j     KIND AT THE ADVANCE .  __«___ ll
„f $8 in  ill mux l.-llrr  ItlMlfllll hullHllf -ytfzt-m*-..*.-*■■ ■■■■■iiimji.i     S-SSS5
il llllllli. iif uliiakay, payinu fill' il ililii!
n $20 i'i .Id I'lici'i wltiiBiM purli.ailiu ly ""*"—•——————————-
i.i.ii.-...l k.iI.I |ili't'i'i iIiuuhIii I..* wnnlil THE  NATIONAL
kimiv ih.. min iikiiIm, (ruin imidiii'i'd (\/j/\"f1"j£    SMELTER
t'.s'i'A hush in.  ih-:i,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
",i run,xi-;  li'AHl.1,"
BRITISH
LADNERS,
COLUMBIA
•4&*.v m.v -.tar _m%jr%mi -■
nnd i.lrnlill.it liy i.iln...-a|. Iii iiii.-ua-r
lu ti i| nrsl inn In nu O'Ni'lll, nil ina.-. mi id
111. cinildii'l I..'|i.isitiii. llml O'Ni'ul mis. A I'llA. TiaAi, ami m.mi'i.i: iiaaiii.n
wl'l. 0 II,,  whn,     l„,i.l.' *\!te.^^^^>^i. ..   .   .      .,   ,    ,,    ■    ,,..,   .. .     ,.
whlaki-y wns i uiui ilu- ini'ii luui ","'1'"1 as ..n.l riii'ia.n-.. a™.-.-., nml ii'i Oi'k   Sl'I'ClAl.TlKS    varieties  I rnlu.il.Ic iii lii'iiish t.oliiinliiii;
, '    .. in  ,       i     i     ,    -I nii.'lliiiiaililia'iili llllllli., .viilrr .in..|i..||..l
1 n .v..rkinK us siiwniill Inuiils; Inni | Miiiii.sini.iii.r ins tn ii irnii;iii/i.ii ..iiii iiiKiiiyj irees  I'tee Inim  rests.
mil !,.„„, ,..,„. L,, ,..!',„. ^ il i„,r  sul i. In.., nr.v ri-siills. mul Ima linon ttinrnugii y
"'"  II nni king for 8 Illiinlilil   toslcil nu vnrlntm pvrltle, ruI|iIiI<1diiiii1 am lo  ,    „„ , ,.,„L,    . „„   „,».„.
nrot, In enpacltr oV S in B Sir nf nro por day,  FRUIT   AND  OKNAMKNTAL XKKES,   I'l,ANTS  AM)  VINES,
ll Is 11,0 musl  |,r,u*l i. 1,1, rlioiillrsl, llllll sillllllrsl
THE FASHION
FEED - LlVipy ■ /\flD - S^LE - SJ/\BLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
ancl Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle 11,uses.   Pack
I lnrses for I lire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
tll.- in,in,.y was lusi.
Cnnsliilil,' Mi'Mynii llt'|li,»t'll llial it,
t*tiiiiii>qiii.|ii'|. of Inf.n nml lull  laid  liy
mill llnil of gold llllll  ail. rl'nil' Mill! I ill,! llllll niil
contmttiiffXtiat Ir known In-iliiy.
Il roomi-OR im oxlriionllnary skill, nn Inni
II..W-... hu Inni n i insl n I llie in isulii'l' nil juris, nn liltxillK HlOtorllll, llllll' 1,0 fliol offtll
,i,„ io, • ,.,,.. klinl for tlio s liar i.fur II Is Rliirtoit, Tho
in,' iniii nl .nil.. milplmr l|i tlio nro Ih ils n ml fml only, nnrl
Thu fiillmviiiL'   witiicssi's niiiii'iii't'd  llRon»l I„ir no oomparlRon with any otlior pro*
,     ,    , „ uoHRof cniioonlralliig.
lnr lliu ili'ti'iisn: I   \\'o nro proparoil io furnhh any nh '™-
lulu, W-ilnns swuru Hi-,I 11, I Iw Iinui   l'ma,V  plnul coinplolo 1" snlislnnlinl IlllnlllB
.iiiiiii waiiiis swni, intu in nn ui.si   ,    ^^ „ „pmitrnrtilKli our ,. I.nam ii
uf his klliiW'li'ilgi, iici'URi'tl wnru uul in I lor llieni mi onsy Piiyincnls, Prlcos anil «pwlll*
,- ,, ,, ,-,, ,. i i i , onllniiH fmiiislicil ..illi toforoucoH and loRtl*
Mis iilIihi tin tliu   lill,   nl  .llllvt Ili'HI'd L, ||||s „n i,|i|iiii.|iilnn.
thu prisniiur (I'Ninl n,-k n  uiiin t'allud
.IniTi'tt furiliul, of bttipipct at't'impd National Ore & Reduction Co.
Jilrkt'd up Ihc plpe> nud Rinukid lit]    (l7*i)C'lioltonh,iinAyoinio,SI,LoiiIr,Mo.
11,,.. a hniil n drinking iu lliu nihil,
l'ur ihrufur fuur dnysj hu hnd I'l'ci'lvt'd
lnunuy f 1*1 .iii thu uouittli t'laiidu tn I,tiy
drink. Hadn't >uuu Uawe l-uy liouur
with his mm inm,-v.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
Nickel. Cnppei', Gold, Silver and Lead
Send for Free Cataloq;ue,       E. Hutcherson, Manager.
Ha-Ho, t1) tie Man
   THR GRAND Flllil's, MARCUS AND .MIDWAY'  -
JS-fc-a-Ls-iB   SiiXi-tsl.   E^pKi-ss   £jixi.e
linns llotivcon Maraisniul tlrnml Knrksilnily. leaving MaroiiR mid Grand Kurksnl 7 a. m.
hoavofl Ornnd Wurks fnr Midway, MomliiyR, WodnosdayB and Frlilnys n: 7 u, III.
Ijoat'OH Midway for Oram! I'orkRiuul Mnri.„a,,Tiii'siln.vs. Tlinrsiluysnnil Baturdayfl. 7 a. in.
soon STAiaiis
| MANLEY & AVERILL, PROPRIETORS
XtXX.A_t__7A._{X.XX   KATES
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AM SALE STABLES
GRAND FORK'S, B, C, |
Good single nnd double drivers and 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, All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
W. Gardner, Proprietor,

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