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 THE ADVANCE.
Vol. VI, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
D W, JAKES, M.D., CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE BOUNDARY FALLS.
•****■ ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKItNON, 11. 0,
I.atk or
St. Thomas Hospital,
I.UNIillN, KM).
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b, C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. McLEOD,
Hahiuhtkr, Solicitor, Bto,
Anacunda, II. 0.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER ANO SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTAKY  PUBLIC, KTC.
Vbbnon, 11. C.
J   K.JOHNSON,
'      Law and Colleoting Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   KotaryPubhe.
GRAND   FOBKS   - - - -   B. O.
pORBBS M. KEHBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.S.C.E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
Notakv Puhlic.
Midway. II. 0.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, n. c
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
jsenl  nf government for  I lit* dlslrlcl
eiuhiuciug Vernnn, instructing him tu
lake AleKiinuni iulu cusludy and that
an officer tumid leiive nl once fur
jSpokutle,
From letters received liy Deieelive
established
1670.
WHOLESALE AND
Retail I )ealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars,
Record of Mineral Locations for Ihe Woek
Ending December 21, 1898.
liKt'iijinnii 12.
Sl, Louis, Kiinlierly rump, I'l. .Myers.
IIKI'liJIIIKIl In
,, , , ,,    ,      ,,i. Wll'l.n   Iinui  Superintendent I lisscv
Delta, fliiuid I'uiks, il. Ever, .. .,   .  ., ,   .      ,      ,
,,  ' il   seems   llml   the   prisulli'r  Iul  tin 11-
DKCEMllElt ll). .       .    . . ...
years |irevi,ins tu Ins fli-lt'Sl ul Vl'l'linti
had    heeu    extensively    engaged    iu
,     , sl.ailing entile III lhe ciilllill V.    Delias
Yiilnr,   IriiHiis eninp,,.  1'.. (rune.  ,    ,    , nl ,     ..,   ,   i
,, .'       ,       ,,.     , ,   ',    .,, nuked l    us a   llenllll  i.lllle lleulel'
,'i.L.r ... ,i...  in....ia  a,..nl,. , '
uml il iviisu lung liuie liefure suspicion
was fasleiied  upun  him us helng "
AHierin. Smith's ciiinp, .1. Prank,
iini'KMiinii 17.
Special Attention
W. 0. Haywood.
VV. L. Leonard.
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.O.A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
lrrlr»tlon Projects, Engineering and Surrey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Nans and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
B00N0ARY FALLS. MIDWAY and VERNON
Stage Connections at Pentieton
With Steamer Aherdeen foi Fairview, Osoyoos, and Orovllle, Wash. Alsi
Camp McKinney. Rock Creek, Midway, Huiindary Kails, Anaconda, Greenwood
City, Carson, Grand Furks and puinls in Washington.
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing' but reliable goods
kept on hand..
Chief uf lhe  Wnrld, Smilli's cainp,
It. ('. Sheiltiiek und II. II. ('iiiiiiauii.
DECEMDBII HI, i     i ■ ,     ni i.i
,   iniile iluef.   When ul lust llie govern*
Nuii'iv-Seii'ii, Deadwood camp, (. i       ,   ,   , , ,        .,
muni  nud secured   ample   evidence
'"'"t' OBRTOIOATKS OP WOIIK, "K"1""1    ' "'    " « ' '"'   'Ua
DECEMBER 15 taken lulu custody,   A lew days lain-,
Huvs li ('lurk |»ilh Ihc uid of Hillside eunfederales,
Willi Flower, 15, Clark.
DECEMBEB IB.
he succeeded in hiTiiklug oul ofjiill
unil I lieu tied lhe rullllliy.
,..      , , ,- ,-  ,, ,,      I   There was it Blniidlng rewind of $10U
Sl. Khun, P. Crnl uud F. K.McMituli ,       ,, ., ,
1 linn   llle   nii.iiini.ii   guveilinielit  uml
S./m ft.an ilu* .ullie men n in id ver
DECEMBER 11.
Aleiiii. J inlerust, ('. Viii'Iut toO. H, i
.1. Gire,
New  St.   Maurice,   1   inleresi,   C.
Innil  fnr  llie   arrest   nud   leliirn  In
llrilisii ('.iiuu,Iiii, nf the fugitive.
 s ..
PETITION   TO   COL.   BAKER.
A  -—XtXAX.   SOI.ICITSD.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. C.
X*   O.   XSojk.  «3-*.
Ample AaiDiDoMion for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
J. c. n
s,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
B. A. Oiisss, M. A. II. A. 0lias, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists .and Assayers
Thoromthlf familiar will. Ksirrinw anil
iloun.lsry Creek Minimi I'ropcrlio*. Proper-
tie. Kxiimiiiet A amy. .si Aiwly.M of On*.
Fuels, Etc.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOJ), Prophietohs,
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds offanctory
work kept in stock and mule to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Grand
Ball..
Vacher lu (I. M. .1. Hire.
SllOlv Drop, J inleresi,  II. Sliiurl III
S Bemieriiiaii '   A iiuiiihei'iif llu* iiiinomviiorsnround
Muggins, j, interesl, ti. P. ilepwnrlli
lu II. .All.iiIiu,K-
Umiuutuk Auspices
111' tiiu	
Sawmill on Okanaiian Lakh, Handy to Shipment,  Sash ano Doim
Factory on 0, P. It., Vernon.
miiiu'.iv. a. c.
GHKKNWOOIt, H.C.
ii. B*aasTT. o. T, iiomwos
BOUNWAW.Y CItBRH
Engineering and. Assaying Co.
GrriumwiHMl City, B. O.'
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
ESTABLISHnm  1883.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".n'BIl.KK  FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
ii hi in *. ■ i ■ >
Wu.i. Be Given on
New Year's Eve
Hull, tvllicll prays thai nil lerrilui'v
east nf Christina lake he included iu
tlin Trail creek mining division, Ip
In Ihc present claims around Christina
lake have linen recti!tied nl Midway, us
the law demands, The petiliuners
claim, luiwever. (hul Itosslaiid is some
Iwnnly miles neurer Chrislinn lake
lli.au Midway, and Ihercforu lhey
should he iillowed In reeiud claims nl
llie fiinner insleiul of lhe Ii.l let* place,
They nre mil perhaps aware of the fuel
llial achiiiige is already eoiileiupliiled,
und llml llie near future will see a
leiiiril ulliee estitlilislietl nl Grand
Furks, Should Ihis In do.it* some
thirty miles would he fill nil lhe dis-
I.-i:ni* ininers ivnulil lie uhllgcdtntrjivcl
In leenlil el.lini-, iiiiiI Ihcl cfiire I Ilia
I ...llllll Uial... llle H.anal llHIci! It'll llllll'S
nearer iiiiiii Ihu one at lliisslaud.
II wuuld therefore he well In nnil ;i
liltle nud see uliul Ihegiivernmeiil ililenil lining in llu- innil i-i liefuie nailing [lie i|llesliuil ut nu ,-llleial iuu ill
llie   liiillllil.ll'ies   uf   the   Keltle  lima
Mining division,
*. ♦ .	
SHAKES   UP   OLD   ENGLAND.
Tlie eiirlhi|liiike wliieli shook ling-
ii.tiil frum slum m stern mi Ihu 17 li
Insl. tvus ilu- iiiust severe ever experienced, The ilisiiu liiiiu-e wns Ilrs*
imlieed uiiuul nllHI in llle iiiiii-niiig, lhe
shock lasting 1 ur 5 seconds, nnd nl
snuie puinls twu disliticl shucks were
fell, the effort of which was nnl lecithin
in some parts of lliu country, such as
III Clifliill, where llie houses linked for
nearly a minute.
The shucks were followed liyu Irenuii'
McKinley, 1 inleiest, F. II. Lmiiitis lo
J. F. Muiircand Ii. li. Mailliiuil.
DECEMBER 11.
Newherry, all interest, .1. M. Cray to
.1. Pugsley.
Deliero Grande, h interest, M. Me-
Arthur tu Prospecting Syndicate nf
llrilisii I'lihuuliia.
DECEMBER 15,
Oliservalinn, J interesl, (j. li Mc-
Carter In II. P, Mitchell.
Bismarck, all inleiesl, .1. II. Hedges
tu F. Graf,
Spukane, i luteresl, W. K. White tu
11. W. Russell.
DECEMBER 111.
Greul Eastern, f) inleresi, ll. Henderson m li. Murray,
Lizard, jj inleresi, 3. Neivhy In II.
Ileilileisnll.
Sydney, J inleresi, M. Morris lo ti.
II. Butiuss.
Edwin Furresi. J inleiest, M. Morris lu 11. It. lini hiss.
Vancouver, .-ill interest, F S, Bur*
nurd tn I.., F. II. mul C. (inld Fields
t'ltiupiiiiy,
Nelu, all inleresi, A. K. McPhillips
till,., P. B, unil i.'. (Iii'd Fields coin*
ji.'tiiy.
.Sunset, all inleiesl, 11. Wuud et nl
tu W. 1„ Hogg.
DECEMBER 17.
Black Prince, j interesl, ,1. Bruce lu
T, Wine.
Black Hawk, \ Inleresi, l„ Hind in
A. II. Lauder.
Tniuurack, 1-10 interest, I,. Hind In
A. 11. Lauder.
Dynamo, J inleresi, I'. Harvey lo (i.
T. Hodgs md It. N. Tuylnr.
Kiinlierly.*) inleresi. (J. Hendersuii lofi he earl ll.  The grealesl alarm pre-
and It. Murray lo ,f. Nuwhy, vailed everywhere,    Chimneys were
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STJL&Xi   IrXN-Xl
Leaves Marcus.
. Mondays and Thursdays at t p. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 v. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. M
 $i	
Mines Examined and Reported on|sPBOIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XI.   X».   MOBBISOW,   _.XtOa*XtXX?<_0_t.
Mtllllll,.)  inleresi, l£ llnvis lu W. .1.
AT ANACONDA, B.fJ.|8|„|w,
: r
JfERR BROS
MIDWAY'.
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
.\!imi dntivcn-'l ■>. I' ml, Oroek mul nil tin:
MiiiiiilfCHiiiys.
CBRTJFIPATH OP I.MJ'KOVOKNTH.
1 DEGEMUlSIt 10,
lii'iriiin.-S.    M"ms""' M,"Tk'" °"1'1  Uto,D"
'cumptinv,
Lusi Chance, W. Auslin,
iIuuiIki, T, L, Siiviigc,
Alice, Sir0, Iiuss.
Lexingliui, (I, Itutnlierger el nl.
Dundee, J, Sitllierluiid uud 11. Wuud.
J. KERR.
R. D, Kerr,
RED   MOUNTAIN   RAILWAY.
Ou ilieCnhimliiu uml Ited Mountain
inilivay freight nud pnsseuger Indus
arc nniv lining curried I hiniigli, ns on
the Ullli euui.lies nml ems were taken
uveillirnun, windows, etc, smashed,
Al soul" puinls on the country road
persons were thrown di.tvu. A num.
her uf peuple were thrown nut iifheds,
ll.u find cnl hud nil  was injured.   Tlie
dull, I'llllllilllig belie..Ill lhe earlll's
sill I'll,',, wns followed hy Iuu liillil
era-lies iiiiiI u lei'l'ihlu Iiii iug uml rucking. Tlie panic in Heifiiid wiif so
greul. llml une unman died fnnn
fright. Peuple rushed wildly into lhe
Ihnroughfiirn*. AH ilu pinnacles nf
St. Nielmlns church loppled over mul
purl of the pinuiiclu nf the cittliedrtil
fell,
Al     LiliTpuul   llie   t'lll'lhipillkll   lias
proceeded hyu heitvv tliiinder uud liuit
Klnrill.    Ill Lulldnli the I'lirtliipiiikewus
Thoroughbred
Minnnoa ond I oirhnnn •",'"' ,    T "   "•'l;     »..iv-.nKi.nv r-n. ai btMhv th,
^M.,..WA   UK. M..KI WH Ut   ll , |,     ,,     | | || | |Sl II l|-   III      I.il.-, .,    .,, ,,       ,
W ,                          ....                        illlie the sheets sll.ldelllv aeellleil lu lie
so that Iiii necessity exists lnr.a linns-■      ,,        ,,,
n     ,        i ,.     ,                     .in      ,i  n '"" me.nnl there was
  'nn *nnn O fet'Of pusteligel   ma lireaking ul liulk               ...        ,   .
-tfrl lllllll 111 IM" .•  .,                 >,   ..            ..       ' ipan et hy il shakl
"■   UUUIlCl UIO  in f to uli».   F i Niirilipuri in lluss! .   ' .
or sale.   Price $3.00,
ThurnKKli Aiiiualiilnm'e wltlt the Kettle |
Rlvor «n"  l**ion.lKry Crock
lll.trlets.
nil lire mill lliere IV.is 11 viulelll rise, lit'.
illg llf'till,  e.11 lli.
,     , , ,,...,  1  ill  IiiiiI vieinily
and lie 1 i»i 1 1-,iiiiiiii li mile-,und .  „	
,     .      , iSIIV tlli'V Here lllia'ilel..  ll.nk ..wing I.i
the run will he imule  ill  less lli.aii uu :., ....
,K.l'lTmi.llltai.lt,,cKL',o.:,,K.   I ■ rehy „ll,,,vi„g , ■„„ fr  ,h" „vlhra '"""'   'l""'. *" K"," 'J
,',.,,       ,   ,        ,     .,..    exeileineiil   i g   llie   peuple    ul
--—'-  nsaiilii   'n-Siiekilieln liemuile Hllliln   .      ,  ,     .    .
  ' I'linle.  ullli   llliillglll    llle   I'llll   nl  the
elglll    llllll'S, nl*   li'llr    I,.Ill's   leas   llnil. , ,i,i
Will III hul conie,
 SANTA CLAUS HAS ARRIVEDI^vt^^:*
W. IUI.KYMPLK
Ceneral     BUiolMmltK
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing,  a
Sneclaltv.
,1, U\ KKIvI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MliaWAY, 8. G.
Fins Waloh Rupalrlng a Specialty.
All Work IVnrrautoil.     nMlll
1 Mi. JACQ1 ES,
-*vAAAAA-
AND brought an enormous stock of g*oods to be presented at Xmas for
Babies and Children of tender and more mature ages, as well as for
grown folks. His sleigh has been loaded down, and he has delivered
at his headquarters at the Postofflce Store, Midway, Immense quantities
of goods fit for presents.  Mentioning a few of them, they aro:
Hulls Big and Hulls Small, Tuvs of All Kinds
nnd Descriptions, Drums antl Fifes nnd Musin
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,   : B '*'"'■ Bock,,« a,wm' •,'';"'i,il"- l""liH' T'"
Spectacles and
Silverware,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B.0
Plus, Untiles, Dolls' Furniture, Animals, Etc
Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets. Wnrk Boxes,
Writing Desks, Silverware, Glassware, Wall
Pockets, Pictures, Olirlslnuts Tree Ornaments,
nnd   Other Ikins Tun Nu runs to Mention.
""' " '  '"'•"' '' e rles had exploded, um agin
tifllldlim pnssuiigei  nnie , ore nils, ,„,,-j,,, ,„,,„„, „,„* ,,„. „,,,, „r :i„.,,   ,
l»cnnuillvusjni|bui.iw ghs, [(| (ip|| ^ nM M (v|||||l| ,,
GEr   A   BIG   REWARD. less ollel't.
Spok Muiuii.le 1.1..I1.1 MeKinn I ™; "SdSaO GRANHE.
alius Frank  Burns, alias Wnlker, uu
escaped prisoner friiiu llie Vernnn, I'll,, jail, muiled for entile "dealing, was
urresteil iii ihis .-ill    tlie  Kith liy
The ilenelii (liillnle is lueiiteil iu
Lung Luke cainp and is upun the snuie
vein us ihe Jewel und several other
. . . Come Early and Make Your Selection . . ,
Commeppiai Job Printing, j Edward A. H«i, fetoifi Book Store and Bazasp, Midway
Derlivcs Wnneii nnd McPheo.   Asa  ulalius.   On Augii-t 2Mih the I'mspeci-
result uf the cup  the Iwo officers Ing Syndicate uf B. (), hooded n hall
will receive .fllUtl reward ninney In de-1 inleiesl   in  lhe   Ill'tlel'O   (ir.iiiile, llle
l nle lielueen III  sl i|llllilleil |iri,'e llelllg g2(),00!)i III ulli  ll
McKI ui iiinke nut nf the Vernnn j 92,000 was paid down,  The lioiid also
jail Sepleinh i I, 181)3. Two ilnys Inter gtlpiilnl.es that wllhln twelve uiuiilhs,
P. ti, Hlissey, sii|ieiinli'iidenl nf pin- whieh is llie life uf lhe Unil, the iiiiii-
vinciiil  puller,   uiih head.pini'lerr al   puny is lu expend lhe -uin nf $2.0!"> in
Vieinria tilled Detective Warren of development, llle sum" in riiinineiice
the escape and wired him to arrest the within thr nonllm fr  ilm dale nf
fugil ive if lie slum eii up at Spokane, llie Iniiul. Ip in llie pi'l'senl III.*
Vesieidiiy inorniiig Detective VVillTen slipulnlliitiH in Ihe lioiid have heen
wired .Siipei'lnli'iuleiil Hussey llial Mc- slrielly adhered In. unil llie company
liiiuuiu wits here, and asked fur in* j have nuw man nl wurk upun llt.i
ati'iietiiiiis.   In  reply  he  received  a prupeily, upnu whieh lhey are rapidly
lelegliUll I'tniii   llnlnli'iip'..   II.   (.'.,  the   |il|a|lill|* llle llnlliv twdvance: fc^xriar,irzlQREEWNQQP CAMP
held iii llie place, us il  reminded him
. Vividly nl'the fuel thnl only sn recently
laililialieil   weekly  iii   Mid way, 111. * . .      ' .     I
Siilisei'i|itiiin I'rice. S-J.ua liar uiiiuilii. imi iilile   US   last   ( ill'isl inns   lliere   was   lint   a
BOUNDARY CREEK. B. C.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is lierebj- given llial application
will im niinle to Mm UgUlivliveABMinblji
i.l ilie ri-oviiu-c nf Hriii-.li Columbia ut il
MiiMvi*i|tiinii mco, K'.w per iimiuiik pujiiuic  u»   ii»i   i urisuims   iur.u   *■><>*   nui *•* ■ i.l [lie I'rovnu-c nf Urilisli t dIuiiihui, ul ilriin*xt
«rx» ■, sn,,. .he,., llio UUlli UlUu DUdltllliy fluilbij . t\te*g^j*j_^
altt-avMiouoii for Uio dlacuwion of inutton of rbiiii'Uiftii, louk al  Ihc iiiliu-.oi'of ux* .     1 U tho toilowinsf ^tAtions, viz.:
i.,!.tMwo^3itaffirora^ peetanl  faces utDimd me.    At Iiii-
publii
ccssni
ComapondfliHJOorn pei
publltiliod.
A crosalti thiit suaco Itidl-
:cato8 thai >*unr tuibscrlpiion
;to this papjp luis expired,
1 nature will not bo! poiul Ihc rliiuniniii was tempted lo
- 1'ii'ci* inlit a ilissi'ilati'in upon the
: | wuiuli'i'fiil progress of the country
dining llu'pasl yea:1, hut was brought
In a iv.ilizili »n of llie requirement•-• nf
•he (it-ciisioii hy catching sight of ihc
lengthy progiiiiiiiiie which had Iieeu
prepared and which had lo he rendered
...    lng<L..„
(ii) Some convenient point aboutlliree luinil
rod yards abovo the nppar falls on thai part of
Good Accommodation for Truvclcrs.   First-cluss Meals Served 11.1*"jiJ^^'r'lkJIIuf!mi*'rrivu"r7ii«i\»t«k^1 m^Wuii<i
divert from tho said Kootonay river ut suid
I'tiini so much of the waters thereof us may be
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
MONDAY, Dl'CEMBKH 28,1880.
VERs'lli   NOTES.
Krnln Our llivn Corrosp anient.
liy singing in a very pleasing iniinnei
1 u Christinas rarrol. ......
Following is ihe pt'iigi'Ainnie, iiiiiiii   jj*y
Cniisiniiis   feslivllles   nre   in    full   which,   space   heing   limited,  nu   es-    j**?!*'
suing nml nil are thoroughly cnJuyiiiK lemled coiiiuieiil Is olfnred.  Bufllrleiil    jy'Sjjf
| is it. In suy each lilllllher wns well ren-    S7A
mage-I'llereil. the performers icuping u full    pi'^fj
Mi-.I. Ilnrllil
.Mr. I.iiwil
tllell.selie
Ail nil round clliingu in lhe
ii>i-iii nl Hm Morning Glory r puny leroji of encores i
is eoiHi'iiiuliilud, .'"''"'	
.,   ,,.,,,.„. ,      .   .   , ltcollntioii	
Mr. (ml Milligiiu, Ilm principal owner Slllu
in ilm Bachelor rial - slid ntviiillug i liuultutlmi	
llle net hm uf his rich piirliiers, | Holu	
,,, , ,     . .      Iteeiliitiuli	
We ure geiinigiliiwii in Inisiuess 111 I p
milling unil li-iis here, uml il luuks us if | itocllnllon	
Kusslaiid's glory will he ussuileil,   The - Solo	
slinreliiililei-s  in ilie ilurc ciiinpiinles  ItoolUUlon	
already incui punned arestiwell plensed „ , 	
. ,  ,    , *s"l"	
Willi I heir 111 vest llieni s, llllll llle .shares ; S;,ln . .
me i.l  s Itch  I'm uc, i: has  heen ill- i     ,\|   |.,|H junrl III-.*  Sill I.l   Clans Willi     JjSJ
ISE I'Zft m   The trade centre of the Grand ffl I »tt »W*1
..     B ___\ 4     „***      IlllllOh llllll snilluliiiri   ll lltlll'l'..' llllll  Cleclrir
,,    ,,,.,..    SISM   Prnirio Waf-l-ia       rmcr        nnd   S__\   IW g o( i-iiliw, uiwns, iiiiuilohsilltlos iiiiil
necessary in iiliinin tlioi'ofroai t.u. tliuiisiinil
(.'.I'ilni liiirsn powoK
UU At B0II10 convenient lii.lilt uu Uin snutli
aiilc ut Kootenai' rivnr. itlinut une luuiiliiil
yards nbovo tho point ivlierc lho Ubluuiulaaiid
Kootenny rnilwuy crosses tin- Kontcnuy rlvor:
ills,, tu tuke. use ami divert from tn.' said
Kootenay rivor nt mini point su nuu-liuf tlm
w.Uers ttiel'ei.i ns may lie tiecii.-siiry liliililllill
twu lliiillaaiiil (.'.i.lHI liiirim [iiiivi'V.
|..) Al huih, tiVenli'iil Iiiiint nu tlio liurtli
liauli iif Ui:i'|iliy cri'i'la, ni.iiill inie liiliiilri.il
iiirils iinui ilie mini Whero tlio Murphy .'.'....k
'.tossland Iniil crosses Murphy mon'.also to
lako, use nnil mi''ri from Hie ".ltd Slurpliy
ereek 111 said luiilil sn lllllell uf  till'   unlrrs
Una f n- um, in* necossnry lu uliinlu lliree
.... ... lliuiisiml Cl.ll.ii.') linrsr liullTl"   .
KlSfl   i     AH  at   lllllell   I ie   |10llllS IH"!  willlill tin*
___• U'lsl lllll-iuliiif Kuiillllil) llislrirl.
SJifiU Willi pniver lu ll-.' nil llfsillll   IVUlOl'  |10JV(jr
tttgf, iil'iuiy liul'lluii lli.'ici.l Iluin nn)  uf mill points
TOr"( fur llu-giaii-i'iiinil.'ul lii'i'lri'll) I" lie usail nsu
jttlia     llvopoivor iur prnpo.llng, driving, hauling,
__ti\   i lillieg. |i ulng, rruallilnl, smelling, drilling.
lEffi ' milling, uml lliu upol'lllIllll ill iriiiiiwnys mul
wfl ""' siil'l'liini: "f I1""'".' h"' ""' n|icriiiiuii uf
m Prairie,    Kettle   river    and W. XS!^
Mr. Luwiler    KiSyi    .-i r , •     ■ 1    fitfrVJ  I I""' i* fm' which it nitty bo applied liiybo
Master iv inni #££ Boundary creek mining and M \_s^1&^^m»^\lSA^
 Mr. I.iunl.    Wif* •       1, i , SlBSTi   lioiitaiiiliTOlvorwiiiuiornltoiiiitsucli rules,
'',;,>      '-     "  -- Tj5«y   I     Willi  p.iuer lu llie il|i|,ll,-,llll« In eiilisl nml
n\\\\,    '.ml iiiiiinuiiii buildings, i reel iiiii-. wotl-s, iliuns.
m,mbiuS %m agricultural country
ir. Miie.iin -   (>isyfl
Mi'.Hiinl    f_M
Mia. I.iiuli
...Mr. Frost
Mr. I''. II. Hlilllll
fM   Situated at the junction of m
WllrvJ ' I'ueownjB, vlttduotH, iramwuyH, urothoi neco
-S^fiMfJ Harv works eonuceloil Iheruwllh (or uiinzin
fllhJL and Improving nnd iiivrcaRiug thowatorprlv
r»li£ : Icp'.-iuifi nl.-ti io enter u|hui mul oxproprlal
WkSj j liciil> lor-ilcs for puwer uoiiBCB, siuiitm-* un
£»>V/ nocctoiry tvumwuy lines mul subways in ool
]_!__*__\ ! nei'iioii wiih ihc suid workH and rlantofwn
.Messrs. 11. 0. Midler, 11. Wuud mul C,   oinii-i
Davidson. The iucorpuralors have
adopted  lhe sellslhle  plan   formerly
ciniiiicnded   liy    ,  nf   I'.apitillii'.illg
their company for nrt'tisnuahluiimiuml,
which in lliis case ia $ltHJ,UIX) in one
ilmi,ir slinre.'i, uliicli uill he placed
upon the market  ul.  Iheir par vnlue.
nteifXlrhdtZn^hqpLOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD^f
Ihiligs In say. and he made such funUV | ^Jy '
lil'le jok^'-.   Al'ler disi i*i hut iug it large I IJJj"
niniii'i'i   of  vitluiilile presenls, Santa ' p$ti
('liuise yanished, and a pleasant, even- j *1^(
For pi'irea aud all ollierinfornialion apply lo
:;::,;:n;:;::;v:..,,!,.;:.;;;;,,;':::,:i m crstuart - - - agent m
CARSON, (iltAM) I'RAIIUK, I). C.
Tlu-y are alsu making u new ilepurturu  ,.],,,,. hv singing ilie Naliutial Anl hem.    ^^
nml Ihal. is ul giving even chalices In , JtjS*
lhe shiireholdcrs,   tin- coiilrolliug li|.| MINEnAL ACT,  1896.
lerest. heing iihscul I'ruiu lite concern. I
This should have I lle elfecl nf giuiiuii   Cerl ii'icnti'   nl'   liiiprovi'ineiits.
leeillg Ctllllidl'IICe Illl g llle illlesiill
pillillc.
ANACONDA   CELIBBA1ES.
('liiislnni- day  tt
Um g.'.'d I ie ui
unheeded, nrlu I c ui
ul   nil,lived hv
MlNNS-tl-l-llA  MlNIUMI,  I'l.MM,  Sai'l'l'I'M   IN
t'a.Ma Mi I'lNxiav, in tiikOsavonaMinimi
IIivbios ne V.u.n IlisTiimr.
TAKK XO'I'IUK tlml  I, Kurlies M. Korliy,
nelillKi
ng. i.l fnr Aii.sley Megruiv, fn-n !
,     iiiiiii'i-seiiriiileuii' Nu. 7UJ27, luloiiil, sixty ilnys
nieresi in   (l, |„. ,|.,|,. |lwc,1f,to nppl,i in llio Mining
lhe III lle nnes nl iheir I nun I linn in llie : Itociii'doi'foriiooi'tifliiatoof iiii|ir.iieiii..iiis, lor  [a one of n I.•nni nf elghl haul
.    ,        ll„'|,lll'|,isi!„lulil,lilllllKII I'l'uw'l griinl  tu till;
lnile unes ul any uther purlioti id I lie abnro claim, helunging In Sliaser Ilrus..llu*
I'm- lhe  iiccullllliiillutii fi    Al11' ,,Mm lttko "olko U||U "di""* ""lll'r '
UlllVl'I'S
Isoollot. lli, must lm ciiiiiiuciii-.il boforo tho  Rustling     Freighters,    llml
friends uml vi id us lhe spncimis puhlic , Issuance nf nncli curllltunle af linprovoii	
,,,,.,                            ...     |        i.ii        ll.iliil lliis Isl ilnv ui ll...'■in'i.i-.isll.
llllll id the liiivn was  lillll'.'.eil, uml Mils	
Columbia.
BBl'WBEN
Tikis, J, Hardy	
...IMiAI.VTIh'K
AND
.IM.. A.COIiYEI-L	
.J)i;i-i;m-.\.nt
AISO
ClIAS. \\\ H.Sanbom	
....I'LAINTIKK
AMI
,Ino. a. Coryell	
..DWKMiANT
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASFT-DOORS*
ROUGH AND DRESSED
-LUMBER^
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
The  best  huy  nnd  jjfrain
raised in the Mission Valluy
delivered nt Penticton at lowest possible prices by
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
Write  fox*  Prloeiv,
LIME! LIMB!
If ynu want In pninl op a cahin,
plaster a house or luiilil a foundation,
call fur linn, nt
Geo. T.Wells'Line Kiln
Office, llehdell k (In's Store,
Boundary Fulls, B. 0.
Ilielneil   lu   haul  the  lllriiugli   li   f.vlgll ,
i      '
80.000 pounds, far HI. Driscoll, the redmiht-
nhle hai-gain ilispeiiser id' general inuridia-f
dlse, Hitrness, Saddles, etp„ ill Carson, B, 0.
My stuck i.sciunp'.ele indetiiilaiiilreplel.' nud
varied in Suils.of Ol'itlilng, fleii.Ueuic i's uml
fill lies' footwear, Hay Goods, Millions, el.a .My
In satisfy the wants id' Ilm entire Kellle River
Supplies is just what is wauled liy Ilia P|...a;iaa
wits decorated so lavishly llml winds  NOTICl] OF  SALE  BY SHERIFF.
can hardly he [mind in which m de*
htrihe the handiwork uf Ihnse wlm so
kindly dL-viaiHl Iheir atlunliou tu Ihi    ^ ^  ^^    ^M of British
pilfl   ol   llh'   i iilcrl.iiiniii'iil.    Air.   \t.
Uiml Wiisr.illfiUo lho L'hdil'tuiil willi
iiiiuiiluhli! grai'ii nxU-udrtl ;i ivi'lcuinu
loall pivsriii:-il'it'i' which In1 dirw at
U'tii.ion lo ihi' pro-amiiuuo whk-h luui
l.cfii  pioviclctl, uml I'nlh'd upon Mr.
■1(11111*8 Wilbur lo ii'htlrr llu- Hist mini'
lirr. To tin' munition Mr, Willmr iv-
f-pondfil liy shiKintJ; ;i s«ili> I" Ihene-
I'diiipiiuiincnl   ol'   violin   itml   liinjo, >
This was well ivndi'iTil uimI i'«culvuil     In nbaUonco In hvo writs nt Kim K»clan
,, ..   i -,- .   i,,  ., i „   issui'd mu nf tin* iibnri1 rnuii.iiiitl Lu Uio dl*
ut'll-int'i'ili'il ivenjf ill tion.   A dUoLt liy  rcctort j„ [\lfi ;1.il(lVt. sllitfl nl(. f0rmor fiirtho
Mi-ssrs.   Froal  ami MlU'hell obtiiiiiinl |«>«nof lft»ur llttntiv.nl umi Thirty*nvoDollius    ,-.,,,,.,■>,
... nml Sixiv.viilm$i:UliU iiiiii llir. livili.T'iiul lnr     **wv*\.
a   voiih'ftins cncoii', ns also iinl two  UiOHUin of Tlireo Uniitlrcd nml Twenty Suyoo \$ \
Uullaifi iinl Klgluy-Tlwuo uouUi (J1ir.-il|. with ;* *
j1!-l^''jTinn'\iJj'■'ii-^'i';1 Ji'tinV.^rc'*x >l*i"■ ?!^mJii!i■ 11 Vi!      Visitors to the BAundnry Ctvpk Mlnliig Camps Stop al (He Aimt'ond
with this r:*; ■•'in im.   1 liavo wlzo.1 ami will
7i\'.V('riK.i"''n\ (uii'-r. 'vlrllolilT/i11!" i'n.virn-M .'n' i   Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
In fully mul cuiii-
-ry on iiiid npomi 6 fitieh works.
liiiints Lu liiivr the powor tu piirtlou*
Invlj tmimmll uml ilinlrlbuto tlioolocrlu power,
lljibl tun! brut in tin.1 towns uf Nolfnii.l.nssliLiKl,
Trnil, Kivalo, Brtlldoii, Nuw Donvci*, ThvQS
b'urksaiid Nivkusp, nnu to bucIi otlicr cltlo%
tuwusatwl truitileliHillllcsiiB nmy bu cBUibllsiioa
in thncaUl \W^ ijivlslon uf Kootbnttj' lUstriot
ami Villi* iMsirit't, antl iinrlliiiilarlj'tuftt nortldn
l.R'i'i'iit ilniiiu'tl h\ lliu liottlo I'ivi'riind uoimd-
iu*!* creok. With power to Lhe applicanta to
ohkoiso in mining oporalions and twqulro by
liii-aUiui dv ul liiTW isr liiiwsufViT niiniliK pfopCl'-
lloaand claims ami work tbo Bamomid niilii
thu oloclrlc power gouomlcd m iifurrsaid in su
doing, with power to purebnse, acquiro ami
lake uver liy all reqnlplUi dooda mid iiaslgn*
mon Ut from auv U'UBtuQ for (ho nppUcanlsany
jiropoi'ty, I'lghtB, water prlvllogea, mid ouso-
uiontBund nilnlnB clailnn or leimcH acquired by
any tniHlcoou butiallol llio npplicantR ami thnt
tho WiitiT prlyllegesBoaciiuirod MnforosiUd ur
obtained by tin' applleatita (or whiitover pur*
Pdhq may bo cousjiiilatcd whero poHslbloand
mny bu buld, utlllml nnd employed in die
oxorolsoofitllornny uf tlm powera aLovo sot
fui'ili.  With imvor to tho npullwuilH tu tnku
ami um*  from ibo Kootonny river, Muriili)
eruok, ICcUIj rivrr nnJ Uoundavj crook, mm
tiiuiiiHi-icH tlioreiif.al unnv.'iii-ui pjlnlHsuol)
fartho.'water power ns mny bu noecRflary fur
liimiftirojuu'l ii.n-pDst'ii.
Wiib piwiT to tiv npplicaitlH tu coiwtrtiet,
. malntuin raid opeiiilo sirglo or doublolrnck
I tramway*! with ail uojyiwary iwitehcJ1, sldo
truikBati.1 turn ouLs,potea and wires, and nil
i uttier reuulsUo ftpplinuecs nml pnwui'sin eon*   in   _.    i n
miction uitu-owitti imou ami along tho laud*, All Eastern, European,
I ron !**. BlfectHaudbridgiweonHCeliug ihc towns        , _ ,
au»yoKeUui*Lli ami wiildn lho rnditts ol inland Pacific Coast Points.
inllcBof each iifsxld lowus nnd wiibm Lhocnv-
p'jrato limits "i auv uf said lowns ovor lho
mi'i'utHiuid brl.l oBJlmreor willi |hu prlvilego, CTR    A RU D HPT7N ^«>"w IVn-
lo buildstiohlliiCHul irnmwiiysin suctionsiuid0 l 1V^VJ?^VC,C'^ l*H.tltn vvm
from  ono ' iwn lo auother   «ilhmit   liubig • ,„     .     FP1      .        ,  ' . ■ ' ..        J '
I to build llio other Hues and within   "U0*W. Tlmrttlo^'nlmSatnmay, making cod*
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Soo  Faolfl.13 Koate f*^.
The Cheapest . 11/
Quickest and . I r-
V*
Shortest Route ||.x
Toronto, Montpaal, Halifax,
Bostin, Naw Wi, ail
T
rrnrery supplies are sumcienl
valley. My stock nf Miners'
ors uii.I Miners.   I am sidling
al S|inkniii'SI'OT CASH Prices, freight only added (duly thrown in),   Dome
nnd interrogittn me,
ED. BRCSCOLL, CARSON, B. C.
h NACQNDA HOTEL
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
solos sung liy tliu siinie gentlemen
later in lhe evening. A reading I15
Mr, Hind wns much nppreciated und
ndialiiguu hy .lie. Iliad, .Mr. I (iredo ,
anil Jli.ss Wilkllis and Miss lirkei,
liruujhl down the huu.e, nud lhe |i.o-
gi'iiuiiue(which was all luoshorl, uw*
illg tu the excellelil in inner in lllllell
ull llu* purls were luiideied) tn iiclime,
Tu llu- delight ul nil Santa Cluns then
made his iipprnrHlluc and seiillern I 11
iveniili  nf pr. ii'ills n ig  ulil   uml
young alike, which prusenls were su
111 runs. ttfclllllUllllllltiull   enu'il   Iiii
he I'uillill  I'm   llau.   all   IIJI..II   llle IWO
Ulii'islnnis    Irees     pri.viiled.    S 11
('Inns liiivlllg 1 ikeii Iii- ilepiirlure, the
hall was 1 leareil. lllld the hul,nice ill
ihe evening mul .1 gond pot1 Imt of the
nighl was spent in lhe enjoyment ol
dunning.
'■■■<i»
r mini, a Hie niil luivtisuriniuitulixillttiis j iiiietiiuis witli trains ut Qkanngtui Lauding fm*
...I      ,.!...,  „1.... I  I.. 1.nllil    li.   oil   III., u.1,1      ...    .. ,  ... .       .
rl in luiilil iii nil llio said
i Sii'iittiiuis .liiiiel'mii lu join main Une trains
TlirougllTiokotsto nml fi.nn tIm** I'.-ieilic t'onst
lu liiisl era mul ICuropoan Potnts.
I-iiuilniiiiiit unsurpassed, ootnbltilng pulntlnl
Itrltisli ruiiu.iliin. nil llu- rlalu, tttlo mul lu-
teroSt iif Mil il.liiui nalinal ilefell'llllll ill llie
laillls lieln.V ileaiTiliuil, nr H11 ll cl u 111 llurenf III
auliafy tin- JuilgUIUUl .ll'l'l uml enata  in   lliii
action.
t !,olllg l'0l|llll'l
loivns; .villi uowoi' in iulu-. ir.iii-iiiii-i iiiiii carry i     ,     ,
piwsciigers nml fralglil Uioraon, and nlso ivilh oast aud wost.
iinu'er in use in llie ''mining nml opurattoii
ilurjulthooiooli-lc iiiiiii-r In ii- gonoralod as
iliareaiiiil. ur suull   otliu   limlive unver  us I
lie. nlillilcnnls may seo lit. uml (inn'i-i- Ineim-1
struct loli-giMlihnnil loloi'lionelines along the
tlio ronton tiUtou by Un* tmmtvay line.-, wit It
tiiorlglil I" tuako rales nml collnot satno fnr
llleuae llierenf liy llli' nilllllo,   Willi powor tO
liiiH^uul' ni ;,',',*',,' a,,',! Kk",!f.' t'ElKl ;.liui"g....-slee|.t,iK..,.rs,l„S„ri„,«S,layc,»l,0,,
payomentd of tbo rmuln, ntvools, blghways mid I tourl6l nml froo colonlsl slut-ping oars rim uu
bridges tar t Iiu pm-noso uf luylug puies, ruiiu m j Hn tralna
trauks, orootingpolcsor bu- nny otfior purposo ^__  '
and foriUlsuoli imweraasmay in- noooaiary (o |
fully mul completely carry on Ihu works n(oro*; Kuiiufunimiiuuu*' iu liinu, rat o«,ota, apply ta
fiiihroranyotthem.  With iwwovtotlmnppll.
oiiiilstomakoruuuingarraiigomonlaoriuiialga- Hi Si Scaduina,
niaiu uiili any company having similar powore "   ,,
or with on1 ur uiuru of lho powow herein ap ■ Agortt, i'onlioton.
*SH£.^VJS£^^*£r7M%w?M&^Sv °''"'       Geo. MoL. Brown,
Sffilis u7:iziS^:r.^"KuTuii "___■<■ **»■ ^g^
ilie aforusal.1 works nml niiciali. llio biisuii». af -■■'."—•""•wmmbi
l.|.....ai,,,,,,.|.,.|..a,,,,a.,.,,,.t,,,,,,ii,,no|.,,,r.| \v   lui.l-.YMI'U'-
N. Tholl, Ptfofirietor
M»«a._...      I |i..rnlnin-, nr lllilizo Ilm suiil privileges tn tlio
nfibo iii'.iri.aiiiil ivorks anil for all
na inil)' lie iii-i-iamir.v In fully nml   t3rtsja._araX     BlacliaHmitK
'UlTV un mul oponllo nil nr un.v nf
FAIIIVIiaV. B,C,
tlaeV..!,-
lUilsiui
rn' Yulo
Llislricl,
IVUKN 'lu ii- sinn.     um.mi ni uu sinn.
tin Halm-da**, llio 1,11b !
da)'  nf Jiuniliry, WW, I la frnnl of llie t'niirl
al. the hour oft lo cluck : il...;-*. I'm  II. i a
in lbe I'.iriiiiiiiii.
uf sale, easli,
A. II, I'KllllKllTON.SIioi'lll',
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
tolesale and Retail Dealers in and Grower
CHOICE  NURSERY STOCK,
,.m  ,.    ,     I sni!iMt.'1io ; Wholesale and IV-tail Dealers in and Growers of
l.l'.-.;;i   Innil l.lliuls,   |, ,„,' ,       •
1 ll.. iiiiiiii.un is
,1.
OlIliENWOOD  FESTIVITIES.
Ulirlstinas live, uns selccletl hv lhe
eilizen.-nf (Ireenuainil   a-,  a   lining llt-
iai-a.i; ll|  111 ■ 11 ll I., lead lli.-li tilli-l
HUM Tree eiitellililllnelll, The large
lnill miu Hendell iV I ..'s sluie In ing
i.tlieru Ise in. llpiial,   n ...in e HI ;• ha.I   *J|J
I I llcglsln (nil.-,-, k'uniluoiiH,
Uiili  il.n   nl Novonibcr,  ha.;
11 Ii.l o'clock miu.
I a i■•;,)■ ...rill) Uml Hi" i illnii-lng nluirgr
mil) iijip-'ni' rjgu . nnl nr nui'k'il fa- ni
I.n; In, ur mi) I. ii.,..,.i... iiiii.-iim i.i   Villi
!..- 1,1
I-i li... ill lai  ., .lm ', i 'on,.,! met Mil lain
I.  .. .ie.  '■■ i i.e..  Mm .. ..I rlgn - In i
i .       i:      :   .... . i .!,     i iinfi ...  i, Inoiilriiil
.u.a ia.. .. ■,  .    ..,-.   in. i-i .lm i.f
linn     a   e   I'i' '''ail. per
,. i. . .   ... clitin* I. ml I.ai!
1 ■"■' ' .""'I'ldMiwi - ;n .i;.!^ m ,,,    ,, 1|hiuJ1;il
lhe tiiiiuher ni  p. i.p..   pn - tu, u  lud        ,  j i   im . mm ,i, 	
|,„ ,.,..   . ,  :.,„.    i    I In,I,mill, nml    fl'l'I'l'"Hid ia..".ilUI"..I ia..Iliinn. .
'"K '>  "slim    in in .in.. a .uul     mu,  iH. hJ   |   |((ll|| ^ , ir" um,,)William
Slldwny,   "a-   hiiind   Iii   l.e  i.f  silili   K. .Mu.riiy In Hntolin lliil'nuig. Jlnrl
'     .. le ■  I"    .   III'I   I'll', lu. al    I  ll,     iiiii  ... ItVI'lV.
iiieugre ilinietts -  rpu   ,i ,, .Jl;iia       i.      , ,.,i inuiin i,;,i,
-1"'11""1 ill"«' •,|v wss*pi*.A hSu.ri'.'.'.'uSi'i;,:!
room,   Hindi had  heen lleroruli'd hy   willi the ubove nsslgi uciu, In nliargi' book,
j||a, Thiirul     ' ' '''■'' ' ■ -■•"•-
Al! Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Buioio Leaving the Nursery
b PO K A ."*: 1'.    F ALLS,
I '. 1 ',   I!i ,.\  ,'*,!{'-'. \\'ll.-*liil|^lnl|
j. MCNIC0DIM
I >i ai.: i.. I!
0-©:':sL^*3r»st!.l   j1fc!i«3:»ol^iai.aai.»-l.i!f=»<e.
,\i;im i in;
enllinlelely en
Ilm nforcsalil
Han i.a tho I'll) nf Vloturla, lliis loth day df
\ mbor. A. I).ISO!.
.ilel'llll.l.ll'.s, U'lini'iiN.v li.lliX.Mlli.       All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Rn'lclton for llioAliplionnls,
Specialty.
I). tvIcDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
'£!"<£7ILDI!BS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION j a„ kindg of
Rough ■:■ and Dressed:-: Lumbery
Shingles, - Lulls, - Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
.,1 Wurk i-;m-i-iiIc.I io llie Salli-
roit-EariS-'B-'  COMPANY.
Companies.' Ae.t. Purl IV, and Amending Acts
Eastern Star Cold Mining Company
l.nli.'.li.N.l
Reglltored ibo SOtlt Day July, 1890.
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1 lll'IKMIIi   iKIi'l'lli'l llml I lime tins ilu,,
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THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO, S  ...'..,3S5?S''''':''--'•■ .i"^*^^^-*^^]
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l per mu,iii,i.   Ilcitlslcli'il, tngmliu   Pnll'Ultll MAflAZIMi AT ANACIINIIA
llie   leiielli'l I   tlle
liked  nay   pri lly, nnd its| I
liunUrwl nn.l thirl) fouril .Ilm- i,a'.,uu,i
I l iin: nl .ana.iiia.l.-'.i-.'.. illi liil'.i-I ullli" rule
of   12 pal' " Illl.   a il' aa.niiii.     lli-i.'iali-1-.'.l in
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On elllerillK llle school iiiiiii . ill...in III.
thai llilng Ii, Iii! ii ml iiu- ilia ...i a   J''
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MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B.C.
full
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Hotell
humid HilUs. cuiituuiiratora, miioUorm\ii(l ni licr! '
nui'liinuM antlummrHtUHfoi-co.icunLmtiiiguml;                 MINERAL ACT.
I raiting "re* mid mliiomlH, antl nlito lu buy,
own. doll, Icnsc, ilovclop mid opoi-nto wntop 	
tt;oi. ;!":;!;"n,M;::^k^an;e''Jm;:eT,n Oortln««ite   of Imw-wementi*.
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I'atliei uf Brei'iiiviii ii I iiy. "in iitlt il   s
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Will-Ill Wei" e In nl. nl lhe sill
tend.aang   lh
in i'..ia:ii;...'iil"iii nml costs.  Ilculsi
Ml, ' l.'lh Aiitiiisl, Islll. nl MO n, in.
:".,li Jilliii, ItW   .Illllglil.lll if -niil  -I nlu
laiiiialliyTli. s.i. Iliirilyf..i'i tl'i.tinli la nnil   li-r.u     *WT21I _ Z ,.^_..
laai-ni.aliili .Mii-'ii.-i.'aii.iiiaau in.    ■*'--  JUJ-AXOTi
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. M lulil i n.a uf Miirinirel la. Coryaill, -ui,in i
lul'-al-ar.-l iiiiaiiilliraln -s.
nplimeills   uf   Il.e ISli !;  !•'• H- TI't'K,
ii Uiaii-ii-i lleKlninir,
scasuii.   lie   wus lu'iind, lie  -.ml.  ol   Tu A. <j, 1'eiuborloii, Ksq., Sliovitf.
FAIRVIEW, II. ('.
(innil ACCOMMODATION,  QOOp y'l'.llil.lMi.
Stopping' Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash.
npltal st'ieii nf ilu' unlit Cotnpait
, lease uml upci'iilo nil Irniniviiys.
■nils, riithis uf way nml oilier moans of
■'eiiee uml cotiiinnnicalioii lu anil fnnn
iul all proponlca it'liluii nniv bonivnotl or
„„,l In -.iiii Coiiipiinyt to ilo generally a'l
liniiii-.sun.I tiling, u'liii'li mny be iiiiy-siu-)- or
proporfor lho iiomplfto on'oynionl or use uf
llie poivors herein se! I'.irtll, nml fur llieeiillllllel
general miningbiulnoM, 'T'AKK NOTICK Hint I, John Douglas,froo
ny Isflvo    1  i '
NOTIOB.
Tim Ono MiNKii.ii. t'i.ii>i, Situath in I'kk
Tlt.'.bOAMI1, in tiik I'kiti.i.; IllVKIl MlNlSU
LlIVIBIOX OP V.U.K IIIS'I'IIICT.
ininers eerlillenlu No. sDlilll, illtonil.sixty
I iinui iliousiilil ili.llii. iiivuhil iiiiii Iiii i ihivs front llle dilto liermif. tn apnly to tho
Inniill-eil Ihniisilliil sin, its ni lliu pul' vnl.ii: of  " " '  	
one ilnlliir eiiell.
tli ..'l; lulil"!' my luinil llll'l seal ef ulliee llt
Victoria, 1'iinliii'e if llrilisii Cullllnblil, lliis
lllllll ilnviif July, lSI'li.
S. Y, W00TT0N,
1',. gl ilinl' nt Joint isl null t'niiiti.illles.
*itlnliig Rocordor for a iicrlillriitc uf Iiiiprnvii-
inenls, for llie purposo iif ol.luining a tlruwn
granl ut ilm nlnive claim,
Ami furtlior tako milieu Unit, ncliun, under
seuliiin 'Hi. must lie aoinmcucod before tliQ
issuiuiee iif sitoll eei'lllti'iilii uf improvements,
Uiitcil i 111. 'Jtitli dny ot October, 18*1. S LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Editorial and mining notes crowded
out of present issue to make roiuii for
matters of local interesl.
An account of the Christ mas entertainment al Carson was received just
tno late fnr puhliiailiiio Ihis week. Will
appear next week.
Tlle government are making some
necessary repaiis to lhe government
office at Osoyoos, wherehy Ibe same
will he made bnhlfaille,
Mr. Then. Kruger came uver frum
Osoyoos accompanied hy Miss Kruger
.111 Wednesday lusi. Mr. Kruger will
remain a few days wiih his family before returning tn Osiiyuns.
Mr. (i. B. McCuildy hilling heen
grail led a license nl the recent silling
.if lhe licensing la.mil al OsnyoilB, will
thoroughly sustained his reputation as. her of inches ns may In* necessary fm
a fun-luving and mil tli-pnidtiring per-! j1"' exercise of all or any nf llie puwers
fnnner, as screams nf laughler greeted
suine uf his hest sullies, and llie audience wuuld nut he satistied until he
had responded to un encure. For sterling w.ulli the recital iiiii, "Sparlacus
In the (iludialms," hy Mr. \V. B,
Itickards, undoubtedly ranked first
aiming I In* ninny select inns given, and
as Mr. Rickards is a performer uf no
mean merit, his tendering of lbe piece
met ivilh lbe recognition it deserved,
All the oilier numbers were well
rendered and met wilh deserved recognition. In the farce, "Truth," the
members coustitulllig ilm draninlis
persiiiiie were well cliusen, as eucb
well sustained his ur her part and
mure particularly niny Ibis he said id-
Miss McAuley, wliiius Bridget, gave a
Wonderfully true lu life liiteriil'ctiitliili
open mil a regular lintel iieur Ciimp :of llie churueler. Miss lluyiu
McKiuney, nu the lirst uf the year,
Mr.  (Jenrge  Khcidiuu   nf  Pairview
contemplates lbe conslriiel.inn nf .1 line
I Mia
limb Worldly, was bu ti'iily^fnaciuittlug
no .me wondered ul Mr. Mr. Twaddles
(Mr. Mi I.nine), mul Mr. Trimmer (Mr,
twii-sli.ry lintel, In luke the place of, Stunner) being desirous nf capturing
the presenl building, in which lie hus>i' ullei'tlutis, which seemed lobe lo
chi ried on business fur several years,    j J"'1' 'J1'1"'!!'" " bW'iJMl'.*. Worldly (Mr.
The heavy siuitv un the sinn ml ts of
Boundary and Cuuip McKinney mountains makes I raveling anything hul
good, ami consequently Ihc sluge ear.
rying the mail is not now as regular as
formerly,
Mr. S, 8. Fowler, nonsuiting engineer nf the 1,niiilen uinl Brillsh Columbia tiold fields cuuipany, passed
through Midway un Wcihicsdny last
•on his way to Cainp McKinney and
Fairway.
Mr. Bach, manager of lbe Victoria
company near Cainp Mcliiiiuey, was
n visitor iu tnwii during llie pasl.
week. Mr. Bueb reports everything
progressing favorably in and around
the mine,
Mr. Dan. McLaren wns recently
moved from Mr. Scott Mellne's ranch
to the Greenwood Cily hospital, Mr.
McLaren was suffering frnni a serious
ml lack uf la grippe, but is nnw we are
told recovering satisfactorily.
Quite a number of friends from Ana-
t-iiiiilu ami Greenwiiud Cily graced the
Midway  Christmas   Tree   entertain-
Lundy),a iiiuiii.i uf s iclisolleita
lion. Mr. Twaddles "positively never
gave her a iiyeiicuurugeii lent, di iii'i eber
know," aud us a result it was uul. to be
uainiliaial ul. thai her heart, was cap.
lured bv the very earliest Ml', Trimmer, whn, afler he had Willi her,
seemed, like many another ynung
inan. liai'illy in know jusl what inilu
wilh sn charming a fiance, At Ibis
jiincl lire the cui'liiin fell, lull was sunn
again raised lu give Mr. .Sansoin nil-
other opportunity uf delighting tlie
iiiidieuee l.y llu. rendering nf the lasl
number of the prdgt'iiilime, which consisted nf a solo, "Tile Alabama Cuim."
Tbe peals uf laughter ihul. greeted
the rendering nf this solo hud hardly
died away when lhe liiinl lotilld uf
sleigh hells wus heard and llle little
ones became grimily excited as they
realized that lhey were drawing
nearer und hearer the hall. A hurrying tu und flu. the shouting of orders,
Ihe opening and closing uf a window,
antl olher mysterious sounds, and
Santa Chins—the same old .Sunlit Clans
of fnnner years—st nod before them.
After un all round warm und hearty
•esteem and regard. The gift took lhe
form uf acniupleleKcl iif Dickens'works
uud also a bronze ink stand,
Sn successful was Ihc Midway Tl lllh
Dramatic company iu ils recent up
lieiirance liefure a Midway audience,
engagements ure pouring, iu from
•every iiiuirlcr, and  it   is  mure   (Iiuu
•coiutnuuieale with the company should
address I beadvaiici'iigt'itl and mu linger,
Mr. IL W. Irwin.
 4 .4	
SANTA   CLAUS   HEARS   THE   CRY.
The earliest sulicil nihil
ones were not allowed In pass uti-
liendeil by Santa Clans, as nn Tuesday
evening Insl he deigned In tarry awhile
among I,belli, before resinning bis
journey to visit llie people of Ann-
eiuiilii nud Greenwood Cily nn.l places
far more reunite. As Santa Clans
could nut ciinveiiieiitly he everywhere
nl once, it was iteenied advisable to
ask II i ll j lu conic In Miduny on Tuesdny evening, lite nigh: of the 22nd.
and as il was cSpeeled he ivnulil nol
refuse, great, prcpnratiuiis were ninde
to greet him. I'lihnersiun Hall was
lieniilifully dccoinled with milltuslllld
evergreens and till olher Mule devices
which lend lo piudiiee u fairyland
elfecl.' Twu large Christinas Ire. s
stood une on each side of a spacious
stage, which had been elected in llie
luiilil end uf lhe hall, and il is needless In say that as these wore do in-
plelely loaded dnwn with presents, liic
admiral lull of llle lillle ones wus centered upun Ihem. As Chris! mas Irees,
however, were not lhe only ill tractions uf lhe evening, we must clirulllcle
events as ibey happened, und iu dning
mi musl say llml piinelu.illy.il 8 o'clock
the cliiiirinan,   Mr.  VV.  II.   Nurris.j *-.„,,,,,,,,,, .,„.„ ,, , .„„, ,,„ Mi ,,,
hereinafter set forth.
The suid proposed point or puinls of)
diversi mil use ut suid witters being
within Yale districl.
Willi power lo use all of snid wnter;
puwer, or any purl ion thereof, froui;
any of I he said points for the generating of elect rieily lo be used us ii mntlve
power for propelling, driving, hauling, \
lifiing, pumping, crushing, smelling,
drilling, milling, und the uperiiliun of
tramways and uf supplying nf puwer I
for llie operation uf mines nnd station-',
ury machinery, und electric lighting nf
cities, I..uns, municipalities nnd niines,
nnd Ihu supply of heal and fnr nny!
other  purpiises fnr whieh il  may lie
applied or he required | with pniver to
 se rules unit ehurges fnr lhe supply
iif said pniver, light uud heal, and receive leiiiunei'iiliiin ul siu-li rules.
Willi pniver io the applicants to construct and maintain buildings, eree-j
linns, weirs, dams, raceways, viaducts, ]
trilimvitys ur nther necessary wurks
einineeteil I here., iiii, fur utilizing and j
Improving nnd Increasing tlio water;
privileges! and alsu tn outer upun and j
exprnprlatn hinds for silos fur power
houses, stalInns and necessary train-1
way lines mul subways in conneclinn i
wilh lhe snid wurks and right uf way, j
fnr carrying the electric cnrrenl under-1
grnund nr overhead: uml to erect, Iny.
eonstruei and maintain illl necessary
wurks,   bridges,  pipes,  pules, cables,
wires, structures nnd appliances necessary nr proper fnr the generating iif
cleclric pniver and light, lis use, and
transmitting nud supplying llle suine :
with  puwer  to   construct,  telegraph
lines nnd  telephone  lines over ntnl
along lhe mutes taken in Irnnsmiiting
said p..iver, light mul heat, wilh puwer
In uiake rales und collect, mime foi the
use I hereof liy the public, nnd fnr nil
such 11 her puwers us may he necessary
to fully mill completely carry on and
operate such wurks.
The applicants In have Ihe power to
particularly transmit mul distribute
lbe electrie puwer, light and heat 111
the following localities and throughout, flu* same, vi/,.: Okauagiui, Fair-
view, Kereineos, Kruger Mountniu,
Osiiyous and Pen I iii i in. and 101 lle easl
uf tiie said pninl or puinls where lhe
power stal iuu ur stations inny'he shunt.'In und inclusive nf Ihul locality
known as Camp McKinney, west us
fat us the inuuntillu range which
divides lbe Fraser river from the
Similkameen,north as funis Peiiliclon
and south tn Hie international humid-
ary line, and iu the towns uf Nelson,
Trail, Rossland, Boundary Creek,Cninp
McKinney and tn such olher cities,
towns and unitiieipiililies us arc now
established or may he established in
tlie wesl dlvisinii nf Kiinleiiay district
and Ynle dlstlfcl; wilh puna r tn Lite
applicants tu engage iu mining upern-
l inn*, uud inquire, hy Incut imi nr otherwise howsoever, milling prnperties mul
claims, and wnrk the same and utilize
lhe electric power generated as aforesaid in su lining; with puwer In purchase, acquire und take over by all
requisite deeds and assignments frum
any Iriistee fur the applicants any
property, rights, wnter privileges, nnd |
casements, and mining chums or
lenses acquired liy any trustee un behalf I
uf ilu* applicants, and ili.it the waler
privileges so acquired as ilftiri'silid or
obtained by lbe applicants fur tvlial-
ever pui'pnse mav be cnnsiilidaled
where pussilile, mul may he held, mi-
lized and einpliiyid in Ihc exercise of [
all ur nnv nt lbe p..wets iihnve set]
forth ; with power to the itpplieauls lo
luke und use from the Oknnngan river
uud tiiliuliiries thereof, ul convenient
points, such furl her water puwer asl
uiny lie necessary foe ibe aforesaid
purposes,
Willi power lo the applicants to con- ]
striicl. maintain and npernlu single or
double track tramways wiih nil necessary switches, sidetracks unil liiiuiiiul.s,
poles nnd wires, nnd ull ulher reqlli-
sites, appliances uml powers in cunituc*
linn I here.villi, ihriinghntit  ull   the!
iihove described lerrilury  and upon
nud along Ihc lands, ru.ids, streets and
bridges  ennui.cling the  towns above
set forth and within ibe radius iif ten
miles ot each nf snid towns, und within i
the curpiirille limits nf said luwns, liver
the streets nud bridges therein*, with
llie privilege   in  build such  lines of
tramways iu sections, and fnnn one
town  to lllllll.lu'r,  without' being re-j
quired tn build the nther lines,,oul,
within one or more of the suid luwns
or  nninieipiiliiies   wilhnul   being  re-'
quired lu build in all the suid louiis or
iiiiiiiieipnlilies aud Ihrnughuut all the
said  territory;  wilh  power to take,j
Irmispini nml carry  passengers uud j
freight  Ihei'cuil nnd also wilh pnwur
lo use hi the running nnd operation
thereof, the electric   pniver   to  be j
••■iiu in    i,.i ,.i inm,, ,i a.        igenerated us iitnresiild, ur such nlher
Drldgot Miss Mr,iiiley ! power iis 11 pplieunls  may see I'll!
Mrs. Worldly Mrs. Lundy ; "m* I"'"'1'1' l" eunslrilcl telegraph mul
Miss limb Worldly Miss Haynes : telephone hoes along the i lea laken
| Mr.Twaddles Mr.McUdno   hy lhe li-iiiuwny   lues, wilh llle right.
Mr. Trimmer Mr. Slur r!'" ,l",'lil' '•'. !'s «•"' ''"' 'T1 * I'"1' ""'
   Use lllcreiil liy the public; wilh power
MINERS  WANTED. ti.theHPpliCunt«l,,enleiuptinat.dex-
piopriiiie lands, mul tn open mul break I
ip lhe anil mul pavements nf the rends, \
tracts, highways lllld hridves, fur the
ment  with  their presence,  und  the,
people of Midway eheerfullyreturned 8reBfi»K. In wl1"'1' .ab"' Oln-lsMi.tta
Ihe compliment n few days Inter at Is"' :,"v |,lvMv  '" "''  v "'
similar gatherings.
Tbe people of Midway took nccuslon
lo present the Hev. 11. W. Irwlu,
thitittgh the agency of Santa Chtus, a
•nice Christmas gift as a mark of their
lhe little lines Intl. as well to llle young
Indies, of whom lie seemed p.irlieularly
fond, the distribution of prizes look
place. C.insi.livable liini. was taken
up iii this pleasing o.'ciip.illmi and tin.
prises must have numbered over201),
| but no iniiuolony wns allowed lo creep
iulu the proceedings, as ul the sine
finie a pnifitsinii uf refreshments was
dispensed, whicli hnd been kindly pin
vltled liy lhe Indies uf Midivny and
neighborhood. Refreshments served,
Hie mom tins cleared and a merry
dance  wound  up une uf   the   mosl
likely the company  will accept the I pleasant gulherliigs Southern Yale has
offers of lbe managers of the  Rock ->rerseeti,'
•Creek, Cainp MeKlnnry and Osuyoos     Following is the programme :
opera houses.   Any one  wishing  lo Qu,lriuLt.u "Eiilallo."
Mrs. brown, Misslliiynes, Messrs. MoMynn
und MoNleol.
Solo "My Fndilor's Girl."
Mr. Mclnlyro.
Ueeiiiitiiiu -Selected Mr. Bansoiii
Sulo "1 Cannot Sins' tho Old Songs."
Mrs. Doivding,
f llie little | Recitation " Sparlacus lo tlio Gladiators.'
Mr. Ilieknrils.
Sulo " Fatlior O'Klynn."
Mr. Irwin.
[toeltaltotl " llulillel's Snliliiiiuy."
Ml*, lliuiss.
Sulo " Mlflorcro Domino,"
Mrs. liruivn.
Recitation Selected Mr. Itlcknrds
Snlu "Nancy Loo,"
Mr. McMynn.
tl.ieli.ition "A Lillle Maid's Anion."
Miss Spurgoou.
Solu " Swoel Mario.'
Miss Hnynes.
lii'iiitiitiuu "Theltiiltle-ScillTci! Vol.''
Mr. Iruin.
Sulo •' Balling."
.Mr. Iienns.
Solo—Solocted Mr. s uisoni
-.*-»«l-*«l«B**-*^^ MMfcgttr-.'
*• (iitiinxwoiiii City, Ii. ('., lira'. 1. 181)11.
To the Miners, Prospectors and Residents Generally av
B.IUNIl.lItY CltEEK AN'Il THE Ke'ITI.E ItlVEIl DISTRICT I
Greeting,—We beg lo call your attention lothefaci lhat we
have recenlly opened a commercial establishment ut GreunWOnd
Cily nn Boundary creek, and having received large consignments of
goods soil utile for all classes iif customers, uc tuke Ibis opportunity
of solicit ing u share of public patronage,
included in our stock is everything u mi ner ur prospector needs,
und uur lines nf family groceries and nther goods will Ih* found
replele wilh every necessary, lu cunneetitin with our other husincss
we nre i.hulesalc denies in Mini's uud liquors, a large slnek of
whieh, of ditfereut brands, we keep coustuully uu hniiil.
By conducting nur ulfuirs mi gnnd liusiness principles, chief
nulling whieh wili he tlle Wullfnroof nur patrons, with u rcmiiucru-
tiun in ourselves consistent uiih ilie service rendered, we hope i<<
win public favor,
Thanking you in anticipation,
We beg to remain'
Yours obediently,
The Greenwood City Mercantile Co.
_____MJjj_]_____WKU^
" We Submit to the
Will of tiie Majority,"
Are Established Patriotic
Fuels, Bear this iu mind
when in need uf
Clothing and Groceries,
Y
REN DELL & CO.
GENERALS
will save ninney. We
aie Ihe lenders ill Cow'
Prices, Ask your neighbors
i The White Front Storo. tjpoenwood
OLSON &PHELAN
|S. A. MUIR k Cl).
ISiiiti-.-ur-io II. N. Ti.iinrl
Chemists and Druggists
Vornon, B. G,
Keepn t'lr-l i'lii- 'kuf
1 /rugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
ami Toilet Articlen
Prompt and iJarolbl Attention
 UIVKN TII —
IMAIL ORDERS.
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, B, IJ,
POBTOPFICH mix 111.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK IfO.'K CHKKK.
2.1,    PitttJiicLi-l'i'11.    VI_.yMV,
li'lKST'CtASa   ACCOMMODATION   POtt  QU8BT&
GOOD STABLING
t'.i Kxeellnnl Hilling nu Keltle Illver. C*
M
W
uin
ll.C.
I'AII.iioiii-: \ r::i its, Profriotors.
Tlie Leading Hotel
the Interior.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is the Central Town|and Supply Poinl nf Ihu Bntiiidnry
Cieek Mining Cafnps.   Froui ibis New Tuwn roads
lend In the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIlXllN. it. ('.
General Real Estate & Finanoiat Agt.
NOTARY i'Cliliie.
Tin* lii.Y.u. iNsrii.iM'E Coy.
Thk I,..niki\ ami LANCASHIRE KiiiK
Insurance (Joy.
Tiik  lNist'HAN'1'K ('..v. ok  North
America,
The London ani. Canadian Fihe
Insurance Coy.
Tiik sin Upe Assurance Coy OV
Canada,
Tiik DominiorBuildino and Loan
Association,
Appraiser por tiik Canada Per.
MANKNtLoaN am. SaviniihI'i.y.
tlTANTWl.   TIIIItTY .OOOD
MINKRS
I once tu work in Kiln lew. , , ,
DlKit,-; DAVIDSON.   , purpose id aying pipes, rails or tracks,
^m,mm___mm,mm__„mm_mmmmm  creeling pules nr fnr uuy olher purpose, |
|U/""i"T"lf~*r" land fur nil such  puwers ns may be
INU I I Oil. I necessnry In fiillyundciiinplelely curry I
'on  tlle wurks  iifnresiiiil,   or auv uf
NOTIOK IB ilKitKiiv iiivKNiliui iiiiiiii- tboiiii wilh power tn the applicants lo
oatloii .vill I.. nle in the Piiijleiiiont of make running iirrangeineiils nr aiiuil-'
H
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Iiols nre Selling Freely und a    n Gnnd Investment,
For Price of Lots nnd Olher [nformittlon, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
(Ireeiiu'onil City, It ul -.ry Creek, II. !'.
Or Apply lo Agents,
C, F. Costkuton, Vernon, li. C,
II. KEYES, Prop,
I 000(1  AvcMiinntiiliilinii,
Ursi [jiquoi'H mul (.'fgnrs,
lMr.st-(T'issSiiililii]K.
ARiVISTRONG  B. C.
I HALF WAY MSB
KETTLE RIVER
V.11KTWEK'*_>
Marcus anil Homidary Greek Points
I
STACK STATION ANI)
! GOOD HOTEL ACCOMODATION
[ Best fails
I'S
Cigars
Stepped tn the front uf lbe sluge nnd, j In Incorporate n (J puny to niwiriiet' ntnl K111'"1'"  "'"'  "">'   '"mi'niiy   having
,.'        ,     .       , .       oiioratoa railway ft a |i«im m. ur mm iin< ibiiiliir inwurs, iirwllllni 'innreof
nfter welcoinuig those present   in il Town of Lotlibrlilno,In llio Norlli WmtT'cirl* lhe  puwers h in  applied  fnr, uud
few words, happily rendered, in wliieli iJ^nVl-uivsNesi 'ru'sIiu'iileriiilunnili^.uT "il1' I"!"1'1''" 'uquite hy pureliise ,
the young ladies and Imclitilur cranks
were nut fill'giltll'll, aim.iinireil thai
for llie evening's I'lilerliiliiiueut a
...ple.uliil piiigriiniini' hail been provided which lle was quite sure would
delight botli old und young alike, as it
eoosisled nut only uf snugs mul re'eilu-
I inns hut us well a fane, out ll led
"Truth," wliieli uuiiid lie pul up.ill lhe
hoards by the woilil-renowiieil Midway
Truth Dramatic conipiiny. The opening number, a qiiurlellc, " Ktilalic,"
was nicely rendered by sonic of ihc
members of llie Midway glue chili, and
although il did mil elicit an encore,
was greatly iippm-iiiled by the audience. As an Individual criticism
cannot however be given encb number
in so lenglhv a programme, it will be
well only to nol tec those parts which
pill l.icularly appealed to fhe audience,
and in so doing tl must, lie said Ihul.
Mr. Mclntyre in his chaeaclet song,
"My Fadder's Girl," fairly lin.iiglil
down the bouse and received u de-
nerved encore, 'Ilm Inimitable Mr.
Sansoni, Iuu, in liissclcrlrtltccilulioiis,
lu  lhe I'l
ivoalorly in
.uf lliili.li .'nli
snlil in
,, ,,; im,,.!.' otherwise any privileges held In
I'l r '. pel-sell ur   peisiins,   ent-pl
mm®
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver,  li. <'.
George Hdwni'ils -'- I'ropi'lotor
~WRIGHT
ilm |.|.,isi.r river ur lie Straits p Ooori*la,or poratlons, of li, Ill nr lit fimliige in
nny uiui ur Inli'l ul llie siiiiiu ui ililu ii'.uuriir    , i,,,,,,„   t,l,a,,t ..    ,;i       i
sei,ii„iir.i.   Willi  iioivoi   Iiii. aouuiro,  t-heeiirrylng on nf lheaforesatd works,
maintain uml ti|.
a, ar a,nl iu coiiueeiinii
lllsu   III lilirelmsti iiiiiI
cloeii'iii.il power uml t
power
llli ilu- ml'
-  Illllel'  lu
mil iiiii a
•li
iliileil nl   Vl.-l i.i in, llrilisii Columbia, ITlliiUurk
Dorainbor, iwm.
AllllllKIt MAIITIN.
Siilii.||u|. fur iliiplleanl
I ,
I nperale tbe hiishiessnf uny sueh I
son or persons, corpora Mon nr cor.
ill Inns, or utilize lliu suid privileges
in lbe currying on of ihc iiforcsnlil
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given Ibnl. application will be made In ilit- Legislative
Assembly uf Ihc I'rnvinee uf llriiish
Columbia, nl ils nexl. session, for an
act Incorporating u coitipiuiy with
puwer lo construe!, nperale mid maintain eledrlupnwei' nnd light siuiiuns
and a system nf cleclric ptiiver nnd
cleclric light plants al the folluiilng
points, viz,:
(a) Some convenient pninl, ur puinls
at or nenr Hug Fulls un the Okanngiiii
river, wiihinadlslanrenf one thousand
(1,000) feel of snid Dog Falls, or some
point in the Immediate neighborhood
thereof! also lo lake, use and divert
from the said Okiinagan liver nl snid
point, nr puinls live thousand (5,000)
inches uf wiilei, nr such greater nuui*
and I'm-nil mien pniver ns mny
lie necessary In fully nml cnmplelely
curry un mil (.pernio all nr any nf the
nfiiresniil works,
Hilled nl the City of Victoria, II. I'.,
Ibis Iirsl ilny of December, A. I). IH'U
Mi'i'tiii.i.ii's, Wootton iV. Barnard,
Solicitors foe ibe Applicants,
GRI2ENWO0D CITY    .   .    .    .
.   C. E, SEYMOUR & CO., Pnoi'H
, . . STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
tMifefiMer
Ananondn,  B. C.
■Repairing Neatly anti PromptlyDone
Si'i'tavii'.ii ns nn; Main Iinui rn t'lirriiu,
liiiiiiuunii, SKvi.niK.   Oaiaisuniiii,  Loso
1.IKI1 ,\SII lllltlill llllI'M'.lllV Cllliiai ('AMI'S.
Terms;: $1.50 to $3.50 per Day,
TENDERS  WANTED,
TENDERS will be received by tin
undersigned linlil .Inniinry 16th, 1897.
fur the construction of an illegal inc
ditch and II e from Boundary ei k
to Midway llul.
Finns nud speflflrntlnils ami he seen
nl. lhe olllee of lb.- Miduav Cunipunv,
Midway, H. ('..nnd the ulliee uf (' K,
Costorton, Vernon, Ii, 0,
The lowest or any lender not lien*
siu-ilv accepted,
A. K, STUART,
Agent Midway ('oinpanv, l,ld,
Midway, B. C, Dec, t. lm.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C,
OrdOMbj nlAifo strti'tJ> rUtomleil i
Addrcm.
Aiineaiidn Mermnlllij i '*r-; 8lore.
NOTICE.
\f.irii'K IS IIKIIKIIV OIVEN l
IN   eiuiuii nlillie a- lo ia,. I'm
,.,. i,|.|.li.
iillllelil nf
<r. j. •wxxx'xrxx
PBOPBILTOR.
Centrally Located Stopping Placu tor Three Differeni Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable,
Strictly First-Class nnd Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Lipors iiiid Cigars
Gooil Stiililin,".
I'lkiniiln ni (lie n«xl iwhIoii Ihorwif, i"i i.n
III      illMII'll   II,I'l'      ,i      I      1111)11111)        11]     l-.lll-f   11,   1      1(11,1
ii-niai. amilwnj froinn iiotnl .1' ov iicui'ilnj
TinMnif Birytt'ttfti in llriiish t'liliunliin, llicnt'ii
oxlcniliiiK llirui'Hli rn' mair llu Iowiih <\ T11UI
und MHwaj in n ]>■ in' nn Ukm ugun Uk«
rn-1,1 ir tin lown ni I'untlctnn in lliu hi-ni'i-
,i,l Weal Kouloimj mill Ka-i Valei Willi power
j lo build, nw|iilii, 11. uin:. iin ..ini -.ji'iiti, ["am
' fun1 olhci vnu* 1- in nf i-'ni in cniuiovlluti wiili
i iho 'iiiii mllwajMilun in |iiii'clmnc and 11 n wall r
'in genomlo ofcotrlud nowor ami in *■'11 nml
|i h ■ rn ti [inwei*.
I UiiU'ilmTniil. HrltlKh Columbia, iiii Nov.,1 %.
McCOLL .V IIAMII.I'ON.
SuJiciiw-i for ApV'l' ,|,'-i —_________
U.  S.  LUMBER   TARIFF.
One hundred uud   lifiy   delegate!
lain railway will deliver the Rossland
mc io the smeller for 7.*. cents per too,
and the suii'llec eliiirg".s.lieing put al a i
FLOURIf    41-FLOUR
were presenl at a I'linvenliou held ill I, ,,, H   .'".'""...      .,     .,        .,,   ,
.,..'.        , , . I low figure il   will make il  pussilile to
CilJcillilUl/l nil the lill llllisl., who repte-   ,', ... . .
scnted t Weill y-sevell   o    lie   stales llf      ,	
,,        .        „'„      ,.        ,   , .In  eonneeliiin with    this   smeller
the union.    1 he object iif tl iceling ,, . ,    ...      .,  - ,  ,,    „   ,.
... '       .       ...      I pan position il is rumored Mr. ( orluii
WUS to lllsi-nss the (piesl Illll o   petit on-   ..,,.  ,      , 1   l. ,1      ,
' ' nitenils iloiiatiug i,in-half lbe lown
ing lhe L. 8. giivernmeiil to inipnse al  •,     ,...   ,, ,i       ,       ■
,.,        ,     , .. ...     Is11' "I Nnrllipiiri In lhe enterprise ns a
duly on liiniher.   Alter u good deal ol   .     [ ^
diseiission   the   following  resolutions t
were passed :
" Whereas, The placing of lumlier on
the free list by 1 lit- cxisliiiglurilfn.it
only promotes millions competition
•rn lumber froni Canadian 11011*., hut
iliscriininalcs against lumber as compared with other loaiiof'.'ictui'cs; llieri-
foie he il
''Resolved, Thai ibis coiiyunlion,
represent ing the entire lumber Industry of lite United Slnles inull lines, |4
^respectfully tiulitlim congress lu place'
lumber on lbe duliablu lid ; uud In* it
further
Have You a Cough or   Cold?
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jTRYj
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iTUSSINEj
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In Bottles, 50c. and$l, at
"s™h"V^""!' : :kM' I Taylor's Pharmacy
0 lb.- I nlted Slnles lie mged in lur-j        J J
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the Inisiuess to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the districl. Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
■	
iiisli 111 seuuiois of bis state uud congressmen nf his disirici, full iulu ana.
lion in regard lo lhe needs nf lhe lumber Industry, in the end llial they Can
con.sislenlly ussisl iu Hie passage uf
this measure 1 lin.illy,
'•Resolved, Thai ibis convention
recognizes lhe fact thnl 1111 jusl ili>-
criuiinulioii prevails iu soliiucouutl'lus
in Sinilh Ainericiuiiidelsewhere ngainst
American lumber, and thul we nre entirely opposed i" sueh discrlilillialimi;
nnd we invoke the aid uf the United
Stales ci ingress for llle piirpnse Iif removing lin* same, eii her by reciprocity
01 otherwise,"
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A  HOLIDAY  GREETING.
Tlle following is lhe cued sent oul by
one of the residents of Midway as a
holiday greeting 1
CD
Compliments of
MIDWAY, Ii.l.
"\
OlIRHNWOlip, 11, ('.
NOTLi.
I'lio Osoyoos Vernon mul Kellle Biver
Mining llli is.nn. of Vale District.
MUTIi'K i- horoby given tlmt all iilacor
at olaliimlegallyliold in the tisiij-niw, Vornon ami Kottlo Itivor Mining Divblons of Yalo
liistrlet, aro laid ovor from ilie 1st November,
1800, in the 1st .Imu.., 1807,     .
[Signed]      0, A.n.LAMBLY,
(lulil I'liniiiiissiniier,
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COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Notice Is l.oroby given llml aniltl*igof thu
I County Court uf Ynle ivill lie linlil
Al Mlilw.iy, March ir>, 18D7.
At llio liniir nf II o'clock in Il.e forem	
fly eiunniniid. IV. (i. McSIYNN,
(iiiviiriunciil (Illl.-c. Midway, It. 0, 0.
Nov, Ulli. IW.
IDWAY
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SSiS   THE  FUTURE
ffl
m
RAILWAY, MINING AND M
■ i
i AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
■* — ' ——
The Kettle Biver Country
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
gj. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ ani - Stoves*
ANA ONDA, B. C.
Otu>   Stools:  of
Crockery, Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, Woodenware, Sash
and Doors, Paints and (liis, lias been selected tn meet the
requirements of the country, and will lie found most complete.
Specialties
Jessop's Steel (any size); San Francisco  Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
JoTDtjixxg*   Sliop
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt ami Oareflll Attention nt a Reusoniilile Figure,
W. J. Armstrong & Co., the Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
 +	
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
m
f&_£ Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
**i***« -
f\At*> •*■"■" **«i*f*»H"iii*«*« ■a-****HrM**fM -f--«iii-m .iKTU-mm
flSffif For Particulars Apply to
i ,  _
jJS Midway, IJ. (I. Miintiiu.il, P. Q.
PACK
HORSES
AND
»
GUIDES
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
FURNISHED
HUNTINB PARTIES
81
A. K. STUART,   ob to   r. c. ADAMS,
, B. 1],
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
Xnliee I.   Iierclil   itlvun llllll.nulttlng of till
County Court uf Yule ..III lie lielil
At Osoyoos, Maii-li 12, ISO",
Al tlm luui" uf olevon o'clock 111 Ihoforotirion,
lly cn and,        ('. A. II- LA.lllll.V,
(liiviin ml Ofilcc,Osoyoos, It. ('. ('.
Nina IStll, ISM,
GRAND FORKS
HOTFT
(i)        ©        GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
CS-Jt-aaxcl IToarites, tt. C.
3TRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(fj) JERMS $150 AND $2*00 PER DAY*
M. 8*. P'OI.GKB, PROPBIDTOB.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
KTo Clxixrese XXelp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First < tlttss Acrommml'itioi),  Good Sbablinir,  Terminus of SUge Linn
from Marcus. Washington.
Mc-AULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale
—► * -.- —.—
ABSORBED  BY  THE  C, P. R.
I iii-en iileaseil t ^^
1 lliu f.illiiiiiiiK ri'l-illiiti'itia. iiiunelv
I- Tlml. ilu- lion e lilvor Million Division uf
llio Yalo Kloctoral lllstrlcl booroaloil n llentili
lllsti'lcl uniler llie urovinioiiH of Ilm "llonltli
  Aet. 1803."
t. Thai William dralnim MiiMynn, Kewnlor
It is undcisl,ind llie ('. I'. H.islnkinKi'.l .Mlilw.iy. lie tin. I ..I Hoard "f lloalth for
,     . , ,,     ,    ■       . 4 .,   I lliosuiit lllstrlot.
nr has taken uver Ine  liusiness ut lite A. tiA.MI'HMI.I. IIKIililK.
(Jnlllinliiil antl iKunienny Slennt Navi | DWjti n'*- Buooutlv** ''"'.""'i1-
ttill inn eiiin'|.nnv, atirl ilinl  [ill* lliefu-!       ""      *  ~—      .-
1 um tin. 0. i'. ii. v.iii iiuu ml 1 lie 1 ia ilie Certificate of the Registration
of the Columbia und  I'uulenav rivers.
ur .1
Hy so doing tiiey are enabled In inane
sueh rules to the  I'nnleniiy ns lliey j E*OHEJX»Kr   COIH.'P'A.Uir-sr.
may desii'i', und furtbur lln-y will 11>
utile tn emu pel (ilher ruads tu pnlruiiize I
I Grand Forks, Ii. 0., Below the Kridgc.
I   Ilis Iiiii  'lie Lieulciiiuil-Ciivei'iiur, uniler |
t^JSlffi^-^arS*^S!&^.-r:\,^'S^ i Livery Teams, Saddle ?d Psck Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
"-'.•'■ " ■ lioroby mako, I J
their lines.   __\
The ii'iiehiiiK mil "' oilier mads for
Kniileniiy Irnllie llielillell Ihp reeeut
innvuoii Ilm purl of tliu C. P. il.
 ^0 4	
A   MINING   MARVEL.
Arizuiiii inllllng men are uueli iu-
leresll'd III n new gnld unit silver euii-
eeiilriiliii- Hint hus inaile its appeur-
anee ill (Hiien(,'.., snys llie Ari'/.nna
Herald, and is shortly expected tu
niaier'ailiz.. niniiiiil tlm Inilliigsdumps
of llie west. Thu iniicliine i- Iniill
iniu'li nn lliu plan nf flu. wi'llkitnivn
lie I.il Vill twill! sepitrnl.il'. A -small
ilise nn whieh lhe iiiiiiferniis slime-are
fed by 11 pipe is leiailved ut the rule uf
seterut Ihiinsniiil lev. 1I11Iimi-a miuule,
uud llle llgllll'l 'Ian .ail- in lliruwii
nil', ulllil'i'ly freeing llle heavier nielul-
liepurlli.il, A Insl i.i till' tuueliiiie I'l"
11111 ly Hindu in Ne llllll lll'llliillsll'lltes
llml il luui aeliially saneil ihe null re
lllltliple assay vulun nf lliu heap nf
tailings I nailed. Anutlllir inuivel is
the speed iif llle prneess. lhe lest llnleil
liming lieen Hindi1 nl lhe ruin nf 200
nf tailings per day.   Perhaps Hie only
illawbllek In tills prneess is lilt'dllli*
t'llltv nf seeiii'ing uileipiiile pniver.
Thiuigli ihe machine thnt ran tlin200
tons per day is u very small itll'uir
iiasily In lie Irninpnrleil, tint less Ihal
lull horse pnwer is  ri'ipiircd  for tin
Hill Til ilUI.
 4.4 ■     .
SHELTER AT  NORTHPORT,
Companies'Act, Part I'i, antl Amending Acts
Tm*('.iitininiMi\ixu. Mii.t.ixi; •.niiSmi'i.tinu
CoMI'.lNY ll'liltlllllM.
Riiliistered tlio 'lilri Day of November, I89ti.
T IIKIIHUV t'KUTII'li Uml | |mvo ||lis
1 day itiglstoroil "Tlie t'liriliim Mlnlnit,
MillliiK iiiiiI hlncll inB 1 'i,iii|iinu'' lfiiri.innl,iinile|.
"Tlioriiiiiimnles Acl. Purl IV. "ili-Kisirniliiii
of Fnralgli Ciiiiiimnlis," mul niiiciiillng ncU.
'lie- I.'nil ulliee nl llie mill  COIiniatiy la silll-
i.leiliii tlio I'll;.' nf fi|iokaiiii Hills, HinUi uf
Uil.alilliiiliill, I ,.S. A.
TllO OUlOlllB for I'-'liiell  Illll eiiliiliinii in OHlllll*
l-lliil 1.1..: t)(lllVlllllj(llll||MIHI(l||||||f||g|i|„||||8
llllll I.all |ir,l|i..|-|), wil hull I hn cumi'V mi|0f
I'lgiUllioiotiiliillio tprrltni'lMiil Wtudiliuclun
Illl.   hlllll.    Il   lie   I lllllll   Slnl,a.  „f   ' ,|,-„,
nml uls HrlllKh L'liliunlila, nml aim for Hie
|hi|.|iibi.nl oiviilno, eiiiunillliiK nml nliorillliiK
.ill 111.-..11') mill-, -in-hi-i- uml rod acl Inn
a.irla. uuliin mid liirniliies fnr lliu rail ucl Inn
ni ai|) iiiul u'l nn s inliioi] nr itxlrntitod fnnn
nny iiiliu*. s.. iioqulrnl or worked In llio mill
I'liniinui) ivlllilfi -nil res'iootlvo liirlsdlellom;
llllll llllll IU.lOHl nn.l rcllin illll iiiiiI iill,.hk iii
1111,1 iif -niil w.iikn 111VU1..I nr ii|n-riiii.i| 1,., ..,,1,1
collipaill In mil nf imlil I ii-iillllea iiiiiI iu inn
dllco llllllloll IhrefiMin anil It.-!] mul lll»|«iji) of
llio sattio, and In sell, iruiiafer mul , 1 i..,,.,.,- u(
nnl mil..ua |i|.|i|iurii nr I.ullaa. llmrnln,iimliln
any :in I nh lliin,' ina--ni-i a, ,ii|.n (in „
gotiornl milling, milling nn.l .molting IhikIiiowi
ivlltiln mid ros|iocllvo Jurladlollni 1 fm
mi li tmrliiwo. in-- nilu'r- 1 like, iiho nml
ODIISll'llel   lllllllua, llilelie-, [riiliiniiia. ruiiivny.
ami rights "f way noiiuimary for llie full ami
 Il'l'le eiillllnl nf llie lii|..iii|....iitiir,.«i|i|
The  i'il|i|'nl   slnek   nf   the   si|,| CO|||M||y L
olghl I Imi 1 mini ilnlliii's, ilivldeil Into
elglll liiuulreil llnnisiinil alinrua ut  idollur
eueh.
(Jlvoii under mj hmul nml sc.il nf ofHoenl
vlctorln, Province nf fli'llMi Coliunhla, lid.
twenty Ihiiii ill,.,-of Nov tiar.ono mini
olghl hundrou nml iiiti..li-six.
s. V. 1VOOTTON
Ilogulrnr of jolnl stuck r iianlos.
NOTICE.
1 *.t.u*.vis... i.e i iterlNT^^S^,,;;::;^,,!^',,^;:
nnl   up at   Nnrllipiiri  iilniual  in  p1™, Coiniiiimslmier .1 UmU ami \Vorksfor
,,,,., , ... , I |,'..|'liinai„n In imrel,,,, (hu |,:|.„ h.   .l,-irili,.a
dailely, tlle priiiiinti'i's ut the saheine | Irne1 nf Inail.-iiunieil in tliu soiiliieni norl Ion
being.). A. Kin.!., I'. I'lark. N. Drilf-er I'^'i-liSXlllli'i^Mal" m^'M"
nl New Vork, I). ('. ('iii'l'in und Oliver    SlartliiK atn ijohL StTaliiifnH snutli of Ilia norlli
ne-l i-'ii-aei' nf nroomiitliid Xn. min. ihenrn
norl 1 in chain, ihem usl In clinlmi thonco
.-meli In i-hiUii--. ilienee wesl In chain.
i" |i iinl of commcncuniomVcontaining iuu
ncros, more or 1.*..-,
JOHN LINIIHAY,
..' lai Mlilw-a)-,ith Doooiuber, 1833.
Durum. The Bltiell.nl' is In hive u
rapneily nf 230 Iuu.- per day, und il
will lie const 1 net ed so 11stOtre1llltnl.il
lead uud 1 ip,iei' nies.  The R...1 (Juuii
Hay, Ci gin and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a  Specialty.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARUM
-^•UPHOLSTERING-^
ROSGLAND, B. C. VERNON, B.C.
1   li Ct .—~r.inni4t---iruaeKrjr\t*nit.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gkkknwood City, Uoundauv Chkkk, B, C.
Wu huve jitnt opened I Ik- ubove hntel'al Grochwond Cily, nml ure prepared
in welcome silent« nnd provide goad tn'cuitiiuodntloii- (hnnl Giiterlug, Firsl
class Livrry SUltle,
WOOD & WESTEL
PROPRIETORS.
S
LL
KELOWNA, B, O
A "*K*.-.),r*.-''t*«aM*,."i*-*.     1111    11 fit 111 Ml I mi
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KKTTLK  IIIVHII.  II. C.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros. -     proprietors
THE FASHION
 J JP - SjlidE - SJpLiS
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always oil hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VEENON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
^*-*A»«>«**«l*«*****I>4^M**--l***jr
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
jentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
I'i •:;<;:.
boarded by the week or month.    Mox 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 ancl Tronson sts
W. 'Gardner, Proprietor,
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION TRADING COY
Vtiu run uinv [iiii'i ,. fi.;, jwniul doors, hfti.nifiill.-r iiiiwlc ■
latliH,nhlniJlo8nii'l(il! otherklndnof Ihhiho fiinilBhlngHjfti theOktumi
ilresstitl luiiiljor ('tiii^tiinrly tm lianrli     Onion ('ruin Kottlo I Ivoi
furnUbcd ii.iiin Rppllcntlon to
N. H.-HitHh uml Doara ftt Coiiflt Prlcos, witli Sljght Advance t
■■w'.>r..^r««\r*':^-..u-.*A"i-i---'jrat,-w'*..-i-*-.m
luxli n-lndow      li
B.  LBQ"CJi:3ME3 E»It02?.
tint's..11, B. 0,i itttil Hi'siii'viitiim Store, Nulttou, Wnuli,
General .'/ Merchandise
ur
And Mim■i-,,()iitHt'f pf nil desci'Iptionfli   One slm-k is Im^e
tind eoniplete and wc believe yen will Htul
:ces an  Object
—WW1>WMMIWMIIhw„ww
If um nisi, in sih'h ninney,   Give" lis uu eittiy dull,   Fail*
unil sqiwte duiillni; is our motto,

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