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Vol. IX, No. 2^
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1898.
$2.CO per Year.
D W. JAKES, M, D„ C. M.
1IY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
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GREENWOOD CITY
G
Late on
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., CM.
VEIINON'. Il.r
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, End.
QR. WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
J*
P, McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Miiiway, I). 0.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  I'UIU.IC,  ETC
VttUNON, H. 0
II   S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor,
Obano Fobics, ii. C.
ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
liiiiiii^iteiii@i-':.
W.T.SHATFORD & Co.
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Merchants.
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|Lf.[ sell at prices to sute the
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MAY GOODS .CONSTANTLY     ft
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WE ARU AGENTS POR McCLARY'S FAflOllS STOVES,    gg.
| KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION ' Another Battle.
I Sunk Sept, 25,   Tl ily  organ-
j Records for the Week  Ending Sept-  lml ,,.„„„„„  „,■ ,i„. |,| ]:l:. mmy
ember 28th, 1898, was dcfsmted mid lis lnsl  slmnuhold,
S1INK11AI. LocvniiNS, Gcdnilf,  cnpiiired  on  Se|ilembei'  22
BEPi'ElinER 21. after 11 lliree. hnurs1 hard  Buhl, when
Rejected, Meyers.a            11 Carey, an   Bgypiain  force numbering   llilttl,
baiuson,   Deadivuod  camp,    Kdttnr  under cot and of Colonel   Piitsons,
Diifnur. routed 3000 dervishes,  nf  win.in  fiOU
General Mils- . il, i.a; .it.,1).  Moih.'i- were killid,   ThiieEgyplflin  mldlers
Lode ram 1  John Lin Isay, were killed aad 50 nuuial.il.
Mountain Chief, Hieeuwood caiup, This |fliial^vhlnry nf   Kitchener's
Alex Douglas*, le ■ bun the row rolling  power of
SEi'TFJllil'-R 21 ilu* 11 ulsui tliat  nunprlses Ihe basins
Iluie, Skylark  camp,    Frank    D, of Iln   Niger,  Lake Tchad  and  Ihe
Bougaid, !;' IK'li  ''   :|"   Nile  thnl   ls|   callid
linnieslalie,    (fracllnnal),     Meyers Batu-el-Ohuzal,   ll Isa hard inallerlo
creek, Frank I). Bougni'd, draw   11   bolder line  in  this    rough
Golden Gale, Skylark eanip,  .1. ffery cnuntry to show just where Ins sphere
Hnniinar, John  Rindal  and  Churles of   it,Hueuse    vil1   In ein  aid   end,
Nelson, '"it it rovers an ana uf PEO.CCO Mjnnre
SKiTuaiUER 21. uiiles.    with    11  [a,| nlaliiiii  ol  mer
.Maid of Bri n, Beaver creek, Thomas 10,000,000,
Murry and Andrew Hamilton.
SEPTEMBER IIT. *** '
0|Hie, Skylark lamp, Gen, 11. Naden.
Monarch,   Greenwood  cituill,  Juhn
Dempsey.
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Notary Publio, Etc,
n.umun Avi:„ Vebnon, II. 0.
I   It. JOHNSON,
Oonornl Oolloathig and  tnsurnnco Agent.
Mluoi'iil Clsiiins Gotii-lit nml   Sold,   Notary
Public.
II HAN 1)   tTOKKS   II. •'.
pOKBES M. KEBBY, P.L.S.,
A. .M.CS.C.l*.,
..'ENGINEER   AND  SURVEYOR.
. . . MILLS AT VKRNON, 15. C	
—■waerr*;.'.'/;. ."■•^■d»—
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUE
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bak i . Sup   i':;:.
 -«.-rra ■ a  laii"	
AU^procl'i?v! hy the eebbratsd Hungarian plansifter system
Try so.ne, mado by the only PI tnj 'la ■ aM tn tha Provinoa,
Wil. K'TZtm.—
„„WHOLE WHEAT PLOUB A SPECIALTY....
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See Thnt Each Sack ,is Marked
-: IL P. Bitot 4 So, VI, Pnp8let9PS, Ytetopls, B. 0.
TII1V PUBUO.
Midway, il 0.
J   CHRISTIE, M.R.C.V.S.
turns liuHcn, smtlakd)
DOMINION VETERINARY INSPECTOR.
All Domestic Animals Ircntod on soionllflc
principles.
HoJldsilico --.. GllKENYi'OOD, 11. ('.
Bickariis. Beneraau
MIDWAY, B.O.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
'FIRE, LIFE ID ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
J
OHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.O,A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
rrlgatlon Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Pliyis an*.! Estimates tn any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Dlstriot and Mining Camps of Kot>': Itlver
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY aid VERN01I.
O. A. Uuuss, M. A.
H, A, Our.*s, M, A.
?Drio
GUESS BRO
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly fnnilllnr -villi (Wr ■' "'•'-
Boundary Drool* Mlnoral 1'roportlos, Proportion Enmltiod. Assays und Anivlyso otOros,
Funis, l£tO.
not'N HAWV  n:Kr:i
Engineering and Ai ,;'.' ,
Greenwood ( \ty, I •.''.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Aeqnuttttunco with the Kettle
River .ind Koumlnrj Crook Mining
District.
'm®$m$^^mmmmmmm
Good accommodation atthe
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CBll'tTPICATlffl IH'' WORK,
BBPTUJIIlUn L'i
Iron Cap, P, P. H.igau,
C.iiiha  King, M, K. Ingram.
Gulden Eagle, M. K. Ingrnui. ;
ll't' Hive, Al. K. Ingrain.
Sappho, T.
vlnrri,
Grcf'iiivn.ul. Henry Strau-set a
Laki'Vii'iv, C. I. Tan.11..1,1*1 nl,
ISitliir. tla. C. L. Thoinct.
I     i, .'; ,a; llli.
Ladoga. I', .1. Mill    .'l 11!.
Glad.', ',',' .. .11. Law ■ I   '.
Slur I'.aa t-a, Will, M, Law i*t 11
ilhiiny, vY 1. Law ul al.
Coluuiliia, Wm. ill. Lnivcl al.
Picadilly, A. O. il.'.i.li.
TIIAXSI-'llllS.
BlSPTliJIBKB 'il,
Carlnlla. | inlei't'SI  (I ojuclicl
JauifsV, Walsh.
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f. Terminus of stage
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(%   lines from—«m!sar
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(® W. C. HAYWOOD     -
Pairview,
Osoj'O is,
OroYille, Wush.
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Oi rs    ,    rand F'   ,-..,
nnd    nreus,   i    li.       ®)
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 _.,._ -    W.L.LEO!  \RD, ii)
(© Proprietors, Pentiolon, B. C. £,)
fafitfifi M " A.-s.i   '■ ■   ' ..ft;\
AI. Mol 'imi:'-
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S.  Larsen.
iv< rside Hotel,
@ Is situated al  Ruck Creek, ll.C.,  mi   ll iulu 10 if   travel
H hotween  Peiillcton ami nil Bunndnry Creek puinls,   Slopping
m place loa stages,
|. Good Fishing -:- God Hunting; -:- Bestof Accommodation.
!* _IX_j2.'..-. aaa:,- u.o.tftl X.mt-s'aoa.iL,   X^a-.o^i-i-itai-Lajit-ca
/^V/il ! •
HI
• ■      I   nan
Mountain Fiuit rarnts.
The Driulniun governiiienl  hrancli
I cxpii'ii intiil faun nt Apiifsiz is proving instrumental in showing  that
ii'iis-h  nf  tlle rough,   ninuntain-siile
land, usually considered almost useless,
may '-.- n-ril   to good  ailvalllage for
fruit-growing.   Fuur nrchai'ds, have
heen | hiulc.l 1 n the[side ol  a intnin-
lainal the liack ofllie farm, at differ-
nu lioights. frum 150 lo 1,100   feet
al sive the will, y, and lhey continue to
give excellenl  results,   ' About INK)
Irees  are  now   growing    in    these
orchards, including soin..* of the most
promising variel ies .n apples, pears..
I lun..-. ai,1 irie.- and penclics, and tin'
trees enntinue lo manifest remarkable
j health, and the foliage nlitl fruil are
j much less hahle to  injury  from  parasitic fungi Ihaii those growing on the
valley li'Vfl. lha fruil being remarkably clean and free from spot,
Wbal i- being done at Agassiz can hn
' copied in other parts nf Lritish Colum-
               ,  .         ,   ,, bin, and If the example of utilizing the
Young George,  ,   Inleresi,  Geurge . , .      ,,,,-,,             .        ,
"        ■     *     . . rich bench lands ol the provinco be
Jochella to.lames V.Y\esli. followed, It will hot be long before a
Happho, h iii!.'i'.".!, Lin.....,|.,i !>•.'! suffl(,|B|l| |lmmiu) offn]i| vyl||  he mis
1 '.'",,"',    . t, ed not only to satisfy home coiisumpt-
Cr slln God, inleresi,    Henry   .     .   , • , '
1 I ion but as well ftirnisb uuicli for ex-
,' '.     ■ ,, unil.    ine future will  s 1. grant
North    Star, inlerest, !' ■nrv   , , ,.      ,.   .,   .      , .    ,,     h,
,.'' ilciuauil lor  Inni   in   this   llniinilai'V
St-etiheusiin 10 \\in. Lat'ey, ,,    ,       ,. ,     ., ,     *,
1 ,, ,, ,, t reek section, and an lliere nre  lniin-
I'.na'i'sl   Bell,        mii-rcst, Henry     ,    ,. .    .
, ... ,  rwls in lad thousands of acres of land
.;',' in! tins district witli 1111 elevation much
,    , , ,, ,, less ll.an   dial   upun   wlin-h   Inn    is
Ednrndo. i 1111 et en, Spencer Benei- . '     .
, . -,„, being raised at Agassiz,  Ihere  is no
nt;,n in ('. 1,. 1 lannal. , i,ir ,-
„„ reason why many hundreds of acres ol
,  ,,     ,,. 1. ,. ,    tins laud which is now given uver to
"No. ii'.,   interest,   Lai   Hlckey in ,    ,,     ,,      ,    ,   ,,
" cattle ranges, should not be planted tu
Wm. \l. Law. ,   -,      i , 1 , ,
,,,   ,  ,...,     , M    Iniil anil llieirhy   iniiile  iniii'h  more
Lai nga, .', inli-'ri'St, *. ,1. aiil.er to II. .
h     - 111*111 uc ive.
A. Wright, '
Starlight, i interest.  Fred   K.  Mc- —■*	
Maun In  Henry Shields and   David ...,,.,    ..
Southern British Columbia,
Bealh.
Ring, 1 Inleiest, P. A, Linherg to Mr. ,1. ti. KeiiilaH's oxlinustive paper
Wm, G, McMynn. "" Southern  British Columbia, as it
Nnrlh Star, J interest, J, S. Hinrison appealstoand affects the prospector
.,, ■,;■,.,. ;;. sis-Mynn, ai"1 mineivlho speculator and Investor,
Tividi* Dollar, ,'. interest, Jacob has just been conelnded ill tlie Loudon
Peieit-uii lo Wm. G. Mi'My  "Mining Journal."    Treating of  the
Coin, 1 inlerest, Jacob Peterson to 1 facilities for mining, Mr, Kendall
Wm. tl. McMynn, says:
Silver Bell, I interest, Jacob Peter- "Except in the nialter of transput-
asm 1,1 Wm. (i. McMynn. tatlon, which is daily being Improved,
Hard i" Beal,'4 interest, Jnculi British Columbia as a lninlng country
Pi.terson to Win. G, McMynn, possesses aluiosl  all  Hie ailvantages
Delawnre, J Interesl, Jacob Peterson thai could be wished. Mineral is
in Wm. 11. JIcMvnn. ' abundant, much of il high grade, aud
Mogul, i interest, Jacob Peterson In, occuring in rucks Ihal are easily worked,   The mining laws are good and
Wm. (I. McMynn,
SEPTKM11EB 27.
„    ,    .„,. .      .   , ,     •„   1 -   , -"'eiileilly  in  favor   of    the   miner.
Diin.lv. 7-21 in crest, John tv.   Luui ,,,,        . ,, „„
to Sv.lnVv M, Johnson, ll",,',' is ''"'   ''"'"">' '" '"'J'    	
'    (jliltfIEICATES OP W0I1K. '''"' i» ™«*H«nt,   Timber  is  very
„.,. -,]|.|,'|,, a] cheap and likely to be so for years tn
Norfolk, James Uuderick Unbei'tsnn, '"•""'■   Wnter power can be obtained
...   .4. minimi everywhere nl  a  cosl   which
Tha Spirit of Oordon, would compare favorably wiih that of
Nnw cuds the wrung Ihal  never shall installing steam power In any country,
lioiighi : whilst ll rographic features uf the
Wrong parl-ulnned,  ami   Brilaiu's cnuntry are such thnt deposits civil, iu
bravest man Ihegreal majority of canes, he rapidly
Sees froui fur calm Ihe work he well opened up .vlthoiil rocourso In sbafls
hegan and the costly pumping an.l winding
.'.lule  -in 1*:   lhe  M.ilnll's  la. i--   ar.1 planl tiiey usually nece-isltato,   Wages
iniiinl ... Ilia hi I are high, it Is true, hut llul higher than
Breiikes lhe nil lawn I nnil  fades lhe In similar siluiitioliH In the States, and
ivenry nlghli iiu; are likely  tn fall aa Improved
1 >'er dares to sow, the caravan lrans|iortatlon  reducs'S   the   cosl  of
Slai'ts  from   li.il'aa   and    unci .a ■;■ ■      "   ■    now  causes .-..an- delay
Kurd fan h Ihei arl   S limn it   whi 11 changii-g
all-round flour on    1 I       if and ynu will not use other! , „     N   (    njj
; ;    '. , duruiai haul R ' are inliiiduced  these dolays
IVII . .ii i e ,.- old .i.    I'nn any country
Tin';    ■■ ■'  Ihinughoitl    lhe camp a nll'ei I ion Ind    'incuts In  ine  pr is-
1 vi     rl   Tin  ninglnfl-
',   I lieaid a voice, linli nol, rent n  '-':   ob aim -I In Hi.- Slocan in
friends, of uu*, orl e huve  1 n  achieved
lied at  tn;    ,*itli    cr;     littl     11 ilstanc.i    from
■' a   iniiselo anil
111 spill' of
'iiltis.   thai  .'-aisled
II ■ luges done hj     .a the
part ol What, may nni.
L'h 1      a     nsley, ia  hai';.   a   ,      hen, ,        from  11   libi ral  ,a it
Lundo 11,; ■■      f capital'''
ij flour lias the  1   rm   ni beins; lhe I'Sest
brands.    Out' shi rehol ttand        ''iii:! the
flour with ilm lalesi inprovecl milli lery,
OUP ,.        are, MUNi     '': > 1TRO
BAKERS, ECO SUPER] I
-().   is..'..■''■.' ■ ■     '
to Gro        '
■' ■  II! i\   '.   . TBI! ADVANCE
Miiiway, U. 0„ 0CTOBEB8, iM.
THE ADVANCE.
IV. II. NOItltLS I'ltoeltlKTiil!
Ptililislicil   weekly  sit Midway,  It. 0.
Subscription Price, iism por annum, payable
in it.lvtu , either vtau-lv ui half-yoarty tit Iln.
option nf llu* silhscriSitr.
AdvortUlnR Baton a,.nt on appHcatton.
Tliiinttlt ilm oolumnt ..f Till! Auvanob aro
always open for iin- stlsouintoi) ot inattora nl
juililii' iniercf-i suiil Importance, wo ilu nol noo*
isi's-isrilj ondorso any .11 In' ophitonfl oxpronsod.
Corrospoadonoo uftt iii.i-.tsu.il naturo Mill not lie
publlhod,
: U'aliiw thnl yoi.rsiibsoHiitlon
: :tti this |inpor lias oxplrotl
MONDAY. 00T0BER3, 1808
EDITORIAL NOTES.
We have oo different occasions
called attention io the great
necessity of providing bettor accommodation for lhe Giivernnienl nlttcials
at, Osoyoos, than that now enjoyed.
Also have we pointed out Ihal the
public wuuld be greatly conve.nienced
could they transact business at Pair-
view, Instead of having as ill presenl
to travel some 25 miles oul of Iheir
way. That provision was being mails*
to this end we are aware, for the buildings Intended to provide this accommodation now stand partly completed
at the lasl. named place.
That, they furnish a striking example of reckless expenditure on the
part uf Ihe late governuienl, owing to
llie manner In whieh tin work was
cariied out, we ar..' also aware.
Nevertheless as we know front experience that there is urgent necessity
fur lhe removal of the officials .from
Osoyoos lo Fairvieiv, ive can lull hope
that the Government, will give lhe
matter their eailiest euusideralioii,
and provide the funds as soon as possible necessary forthe completion of
the buildings at Fairvieiv, so thai lhe
public may lieneflt, and Hn* officials
have a decent habitat ion in which to
speod the coming winier Months.
OUR OTTAWA  LETTER,
Ottawa, September 2tth, 1S0S.
The Quebec Conference.-—The
Quebec Conference is mice more under
way but this week's deliberations, according to all accounts have nol, resulted in any dellnile conclusions
lieing arrived at. Tlie proceedings
outside of the Conference Chamber
are apparently more interesl ing Iluin
wbal goes on behind closed doors.
Social events thai have marked this
week havo been of unusual brilliancy.
The unveiling of the Champlain
muniumenl, and a series of social
entertainments, viae regal and otherwise, have kept, the old city gay.
The representatives of the various
and varied interests likely lo he affected by the deliberations, aro arrivingon
every train. The musl important
during the past few dnys were lhe
Premier of Onlariu aud his col
league Hsin. G. W. Ross; the Provincial Minsters have gone down on behalf of Onl.a"io's lumber Interests and
lhey will no doubt in.tliu il clear lo lhe
British Commissioners Ibal. llie Province is not prepared to make concessions In the Michigan lumber men
with.nit an ample quid pro quo. The
manufacturing interests of the Dominion are being ably represented by
Hon. N. Clarke Wallace, ex-Controller
of Customs who is at ihe Ancienl
Capital as the nil's edited representative uf the Manufacturers' Association,
and numerous other delegations from
hnth countries ate closely watching the
pi eedings anil keeping Iheir respective representatives thoroughly posted
from their individual stand puinls,
A  (innil   Barometer.—No truer
Indication of thai tl 11 Ion of trade can
be found I ban the amount of business
handled hy the railways. During ihe
past three or four weeks there bus been
a great increase in the freight Irallir
hetween Eastern Canada ami the
Pncilic const, the total being away
ahead ol the same season lasl year,
Business on the coast Was never su
good according to tin* reports of repre*
sentutives of Eastern houses, wlm are
reluming frum their suml-Wuiunl
western trips. Iu dry gnnds. house*
hold furniture and certain lines of
edibles, the demand is gruatlyln s'xeess
of previous seasons, wliilc lhe [ndica-
l.inns for lhe miners ..uililiing trade
(lining the coming winier would appear lo show an expeclalion nf even a
greater rush than lasl seiisun, Owing
to lhe partial failure of lhe salmuii
harvest the returning frelghl from ibe
west is somewhat below tbe average
but   this is u comparatively   sin ill
matter In the grand total of bu.-iness
being done.
Il is salisfaclnry tn lintl that the
year's business sn fur shows a substantial increase to both of thi' great
trunk lines, the inttil liusiness lo Sep-
t liar   lllh.   being   $32,fB0,2-l8   as
against $80,776,717 an Increase of
$2,100,418,
Canada's Oppobtun 1 t y.—The
Governor General's address al the
opening of the Ottawa Exhibition may
ho taken as an indication of the
character Ihal he will give Camilla upon bis return to lha Old Cnuntry.
Lord Aberdeen's personal faith io the
future of the Dominion is eloquently
shown Iu Ihi' manner in which he has
invested his own money in British
Columbia and thi' result uf his'recent
trip to bis ranches in the Wesl appears
to have still furllier strengthened his
original favorable opinion, Ilis
Exc illency's estlmatoof the capabilities of the counlry lo produce every
variety uf nal oral supplies and the re-
portof thu non. Minister nli Agriculture who followed him on lhe programme as to the vast markets awaiting these products in the old land
combined lo present as splendid an
outlook for Canada's trade as the most
exacting could desire to have offered
thein.
Tee Futdbe of Tiik Yukon,—An
interesting visitor to the capital Ihis
week lias been Mr. E. '.'. Woodford,
formerly the State Engineer of the
Transvaal Republic, who is on his way
to England after a professional visit to
Dawson City. There are few men
hetter qualified to speak upon lhe Indications for the future of tho Canadian gold fluids, and Mr. Woodford's
opinion Is therefore particularly valuable. He is very enthusiastic over the
prospect, of permanence in llle mining
industries of the fai'-of North West,
giving it ae his emphatic belief that
Ihere i.s gold bearing quartz under the
surface in the Yukon which will make
it of lasting valuo, lie slal.es further
that besides the ipiailz mining thero
are miles anil uii'es of territory which
can only be win kail by wealthy corporations operating wilh hydraulic
macliiuury mul his report to English
capitalists on these lines will undoubtedly have a splendid oll'ecl upon lhe
future of the Yukon.
MINIMA   NOTES.
Some splendid samples of burnlte is
being shown at Cascade City which
came from a claim lucaled near by. So
fur lillle Hiuk has l.eeu dune bui il i*
said llie properly looks very ,.in-
mising,
Willi iriie Aiiiericiin energy the
newly organized conipiiny. having iu
hnnil the Waterloo claim in Camp
McKiuney,' has pul ll man to work
developing lbe properly. Jus; assoon
as room can lie found for them, this
force of men will he Increased,
Fur the lime heing. Ihe last contract
let having been completed on Friday,
work in the Bruce tunnel has ceased.
Assoon as llu management are able
other contracts will he lei and work
resumed, So far the tunnel bus lieen
drivel] over 250 fes't.
Wnrk mi tin* Morrison claim iu
Deadwood camp is giving great- satis
faclion, sn are the assays obtained
from the ore. Recently assays were
made of six samples taken from different puinls on the Imle, und lhe
avei age rat urn was $1111 lu guld antl
cupper. Th*. company which is a
Spukane organization, is installing a
planl at the mine wbich consists of a
III) horse power holler,engine anil hoist,
and us soon as this Is in pluce a shaft.
11)11 feet in depth will be sunk. Al, piesenl the shares of this compnny are
sl easily advancing In price, and frum
all accounts as to the appearance of
Ihe properly, there is good reason for
t he rise,
Application Lor a Charter.
Atthe next sel I illg of tiie provincial.
legislature, application will be made
fora charter, for the construction of a
line of railway from .Midway to the
confluence of Benver creek with lhe
west fork nf Kettle river. 'I'll',-' el arler
if granted and acted up in, would give
railway communication lo a very
exleiisive mining seelion, (he developinenl of whieh is now retarded by
nothing so much as Ha Isolated posi-
fi  Tin. Initial pninl of the road being al Midway would enable a connection to be Hindu wilh eltlior lh*'
('. I'. H. or uny American system
which mighi be pushed up lo lhe
International boundary, by wayof the
Keltle river valley.
Messrs. II. I;. Vlncenl of Hulls', and
W. T. Thompson of Midway are acting as agents foi' the applicants,
—♦-—
How a Sheriff Made Money.
A funny lillle Incident is related
which happened nf Pairviowthe other
.lay. A sheriff who Is well known hut,
whose name must not be mentioned,
was engaged in selling horses. Thi'
| Hrst pair brought into the ring consisted ofa small horse Imt a fairly
good one, ami another small horse hut
a very bail our. m fuel horse No. 2 was
about rendy for the bone yard, Allot*
a, tremendous flight of oratory for
whieh the sheriff is famous, bids were
calleil for and those attending tho sale
soon run the price forllie pair up'lo
$22,60. This sum however was not
considered sufficent and the horses
were withdrawn. Others were brought
forward and sold .veil. Encouraged
by liis success Hie sheriff ordered hack
the first team pul up, and as he did so
a smile was visible upon bis countenance. This smile wns reflected upon
lhe countenance of the audience but
the sheriff did not not iee it, he was too
bnisy expatiating upon I hi' good
qualities of the nniinal.-a Presently
someone suggested that the horses be
sold one at a time, and the sheriff being in an amiable mood readily consent.-sl. Then lhe audience visibly
grinned, bin ngain lhe sheriff missed
the sign for his attention was riveted
iu another direction. The besl horse
was put up firsl and after tho bids had
run up to $16 not a eent inure would
anyone stand   and the hammer fell.
a'iie,; old lis J was brought out!
Only a mes'i'y twinkle was visible in
the eyes of the audience, but looking
inlo those eyes the sheriff nail Ills
iliimii. Valiantly however he tackled
lhe propositi,in, .uul afler protraying
the goodly poinLs ofa -lot* Patchen,
and believing his ■ audience t'ecuiicil-
eil, hi' ventured Iii solicit ii bill. The
pcnl up feelings of the audience found
vent, and amid peals of laughter the
crowd Iuraeil to t1'.. hotel near by, and
thesheriff, accepting the inevitable,
looked pleasant, and all was well.
Messrs. McAuley & Keightley have
decided to beautify their premises, the
Midway Hotel. At once the large
building will be painted from tup to
bottom outside, and painted and
varnished throughout uiside.itnd when
completed will no doubt presenl a line
appearance.
Wo-fcl-o©.
Nuttcc is horoby glvon iiuu ,ui application
will lm niiuii' I., ll..- Provincial Parliament ef
llrilisii Columbia nl tho nest session llioroof,
fur sin act to incorporate a company ui con-
Blruol, mill maintain u railway from a
ii.iltii.il ur inan'lis., inivn nf Midway, Brilisli
Columbia   thonco   in n   westerly (lh lion
following tlio valloy of lho Kottlo Rlvor It. ils
.iuni-si.iii will, ilu* wesl I.'ufk uf Kottlo Rlvor,
, llioncoup Ua* villi.')- uf llu. Weal Full: oflCottlo
i Itivor ton poinl ui ur noar llu. liiauilinf llonvor
Crook ,i tributary uf lie. Wost Fork of Kettlo
Rlvor, with powor to construct, opentlc nnd
maintain branch linos,
Also with powor tu construct, oporato nnd
maintain (olograph .mil tolophono linos, as well
for sioniniorotal pni'pusosaB Ihc hoshioss .if Iho
roile.,1;.-nnl fui' othor noccssary uinl usual
The (lame in China.
Tin* British government succeeded
In checking Russia by the removal of
Li Hung Chang by the emperoi,
lliissin checkmates by removing lbe
euiperior by lhe empress,     England's
nexl  move Would Seem 111 I"' IllH'll'llve
ihe empress. Russia might then endeavor I., remove Rngland, The
i t'siill would he a bear grease spot on
ilia Chinese carpet.
 -► • -. •
LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
Cascade Cily needs one or Iwo
luagisl i ales, a provincial s-.uisl able and
alock'iip, At the same lime it- need
is,a lie Inferred frinn Ihis Ihal Casjodc
City Is a disorderly town. The best
regulated communities require such
means of protection, ami why uol
Cascade Oily?
.Mis. Leggell anil Miss Phillips, of
Vernon eaiue in on Fildayostuge It urn
Penticton, anil foi' lha future will
make llieir home ill Midway,
P. ll. viNCIIN't'l
[.THOMPSON   )
A goals for applicants.
Mice of Assignment.
Pursuant  to   the    "Creditor's
Trust Deeds Act."
NOTICK Is horoby givenilli'at Tlinmns Klllol,
„n.'i,iiv|..w, in He Pniylnco of llrltlsh
('..Innil Morolianl,lias, bvilout bearingdato
111- "!,lliil„i i,f August-, MS. le-'ll- I a" Ins
rail and nnraonal prnportj oxconl a» llioroln
i i il.iu.l.  I'lovov "i No. IB MoualoB
sic.'i i In ilu* City of Victoria n lho sad Province, Mnrnhnnbauil I'Yi.ilcncI; li'lluu Paulino
of No. Ill King's Hood In tho said City, Jlorch*
iuii.il, lm.I for H.c purpose of paying an.
BiitMylng raicalil.v or proportionate y, uml
ivllliriul praforenraor priority, tlio creditors uf
lliosaldTliomiwl'lllot, tholr Just debts.
'I inld tl 1 was oxoc    I'l' tho said
Thomas Klllol- III »IB 'Inndllio salilJoin
Ptcrcv mul Crodorlck Arthur Paulino (llu.
irustcrtil on llio SOlli day ol August, 1808. and
liic sold triistooHlinvo uiidorlaBon Ilia Innus
cn I l.v llic fii'Jd illicit. .,
All persona hnving claims ngalnst llio sold
Tbiiinns Klllol innsl fi.niiinl I i.ollvci'totno
salil trustees   ai   number 2.1   Utoa strut,
vi  |i o„ fall partlouliira of tholr claims,
led. on or boforo tlio 6lli ilny at (let
nilclili'd In llic finil
iily vi-
..lies'. 1KI8,  All person! __^__
Thomas Mllui aro required lopa-v the ninmitits
ilucIn-Iluin, in llu- -ni.l Irnstoce fwiliwiili.
After tlioaal.1 6th day af Oclobor, IW, llu.
ini.-i.-i- will proceed to distribute llio annuls "f
llic said Winn! aiming llu. partlm mllilcil
thereto, having regard only m ile olnlina ..(
whicli Ihrysbnll II have bud nnlico.
iiiiled incaiib .iny ur AiiKu-i. imm,
MARTIN «t LANGbl'Y,
60Oovcriuiioul Sa. Vieloria, ll. i:
Solicitor! tortboTrusloos.
T
O make room for new goods  which   are  ar
riving every ilny, 1 will close out the follow-
ing lines at prices thnt will ensure quick sale,
for cash only.
ts g \l fc
The balance of my stock of Celebrated Fast
Color English Prints regular i~7M-  quality
Your Choice iii 1-2 cts. Yard.
dice Line Flannelettes r_\ _w &
To_Clear at 8 cts, Yard.
W6 LADIES AND MISSES TANH0SL (g £ g
»        Regular 20 ant! 25 cent quality
To Clear at 15 cents Pair.
{balance of wool and cotton challies it) St) W
/% To Clear at 8 cents Yard.
[ nice UK MENS UNDERWEAR f iff iff
To Clear at 75 cents Suit.
Iff a 13r 3 a X 3 cIi*a3.-Er*EMi3. *Evfc Afiact-%r_ Fi-icea
iMCoisri-ooii,
Mici-w-ja-y.
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers in Shelf snd Heavy Hardware.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing Tinsmiths ancl Plumbers :-
^^s^i2^msfi^9m^m9im,9m99»i9^:s9iSl.
$ nnr-rin rur* n it Ct Wilto us lor estimates and -v!.,
t flfiFTY FNF IffliS nrlces,oathli,ncwlltht,nov, $
%   HUL I ILLIlL UhU,   taklrgllie rcad*cverywii«ie.  £
^««*8e«e*g«ee«e««ee««««««ee«e*8««««8«':^«*«r
We solicit the patronage 1f the public, and trust bj fair dea-
ing, and right prices, to merit your confidence.
JViail orders receive cvir prompt aUeniion.
1
fcSv**^ <Ua**fc =-i£^-' "V'      '
Grand prairie Hotel.
McLAl-iJiiN Bl^OS.
grid mm hotel
Carson, B. C.
*-i direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
■   Proprietors.
!   \J IV E_ Ey
( J      Y ^**
l     \„/ A   a.     jl
S   ,rmn	
Is tht' Cent rnl Tmvn and Supply Point nf the Boundary
Oii'i'l; Mining Uauips.   From thin Nuw Town rou.ls
haul In Ills'
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Loin are Selling Freely anil 1110 a Good Investment,
For Price uf Lots anil Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Oily, Bonnd'.ry Greek, B, O,
Or Apply In Agents,
C. F-, Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A, K. Stuart, Vancouver, B. C. Midway, B. 0„ Ootober :i, 1808.
THE ADVAXeu
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
Tho Cheapest .
Quickest
Shortest Route
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, Now York anil
All Easterns/European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN Leaves uc,,-
tielon daily, except Sunday, milking connections with trains tit Okanagan Landing for
Sicamoun Jutintlnii tn join mala line trains
easl and west,
Through Ticket* lo unit fnnn the i'ucillc Const
to I'ltistcrn anti Buroponn Points,
Equipment unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining and slooplng oars, luxurious day ooaolios,
tourist nud free colonist sleeping curs run on
all trains.
Kor Information as tu tlino, rales, etc., apply lo
S. L. Smith,     D. ft. McElmon,
Agent, Pontioton. Agent Qrconwood, B. 0,
Or to E- J. Coyle,
Disi. Pnss'r Agont, Vancouvor,
Death of Lieutenant-
Governor Cameron.
M. (!. Cameron, Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territories died
at London, Out., on llu* 26tb insl,,,
after au illness extending over several
weeks, Much regret is fell in the east
wherever the deceased was well
known,
. . , 4	
Providing Accommodation.
Parties unending Ihe New Westminster Exhibition if unable t» gel
ai'i'iiuiiniiilatiiin at. New Westminster
cnm tin so with little difficulty ill
Vancouver,
In order tn facilitate tin' movement
lit ami from tin* Exhibition the Canadian PaciHc Railway will iuu suvi'ii 1'asl
Irninsin each direction dally between
Vancouver and New Westminister,
lhe run to occupy less Ihall une hour
III each direction, with a 60 cent fare
fur tin. round trip, Ihis rate being
available from Vancouver, and fnnn
Nuw Westminster, In Ibis way lhe
large ennuis which will undoubtedly
visit the exhibition, will be put lu as
liltle inconvience as pussilile, and as
far as up counlry peuple are concerned
will have an opportunity of viewing
the progressive city of Vancouver al
,-t very nominal ensl,
Spokane Falls
...& Northern,
BUIIaDSBiS
Should caref ully consider
tho cost *)f material, and
by fifltiniig.fi'ttl out that
all kinds of
Hough -:- am! Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Laths, ■ Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Ixrand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPEJl THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
****
•;* Firewood $1 Per Load. -:■
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
'•A Hireling Press."
One uf the mosl grotesque of the
many funny statements of 'In*
"Colonist." was that in which il, referred recently lo those journals which
suppoi'l the present Provincial Govern-
ment, as "a hireling press." Cynical
people might suggest that, such a
sentence was the result nf the writei's
own view that a journal must always
he influenced by pecuniary considerations in any political opinion ur pre-
ft'ience whii'b il might express. Wc
wuuld nnl he inclined unreservedly to
accept that as a necessary conclusion
on sueh a remark, although we admit
it is bulb plausible and reasonable.
But of one thing we have no doubt,
That is llialno journal occupying Ibe
position which the "Coliinist" has done
for the pasl llfleen years, would have
ever made such si remark were its
management endowed wilh the smallest, modicum of commtin sense. A
perusal of iln* Public Accounts I'urpast
years will afford some Interesting in-
liirniaiinn nil the subject of "a hireling
press." Wc ihink il is pro liable that
when the accounts f.ir the first complete yeur uf ibe new Governments
administration are made up, it will la*
I'.iunil that the i'X|i','nililure for necessary notices and advertisements in the
press, will not iimumil to mure for all
the newspapers iu the Province than
the sum which in tin* past the
"Cnhinisi'' alone has heen drawing
from lhe Treasury. The "Colonist"
should bean authui'jty on "a hireling
press,"—News-Advertiser,
S. A. IH k CO.
(SuooossorH to It. N. Taylor)
Chemists ani Druggists
Vornon, 3. G.
Keop a Jflrst-Clos** stuck of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
I'llSTUFI-'ICI.: IIOX til.
KM/   Architects and
=== Civil Engineers..
Finaiicial,
r-ieal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ager|tB.
*)38 VO'1'AUlKi-i Prill,1< '.«**
 •>-	
_ nli view Townsite Agonts,
— -*	
... Anniiiiss,,,
FURNESS & PARKINSON,
lasntviKW, n. c,
(Y»l*s't'8!*iiinl.iiu'(
olloltecl.
———i—
D. Alt
sDU'FF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
All Kiwis of Work ExflOUtOtl to llic Hn
ati'j.i ofOtis! i.nei's.
Tobacco Culture.
From itifnrnialion received, the conclusion is drawn that this years
tobacco crop at Kelcwna is superior to
any so far grown in that favoured
section of the province, for although
the area under cultivation did uot vary
niuch from former years, yet was the
result more satisfactory, as a heavier
yield was obtained nnd the leaf owing
to climate conditions is of a very superior quality, Tho crop is t-stitnatedat
Itl.tltH) pounds in weight, anil as t
whole of this will hi* consumed locally,
that is manufactured into cigars In the
immediate neighborhood, those connected with the industry will reap the
full benefit, and will lie no doubt well
rewarded for their energy,
That there is a bright future ahead
for those engaging in this industry,
the present season hasainptly demonstrated, and as far as expert [opinion
goes, it is held that the Okanogan
Mission valley Is peculiarly adapted to
tobacco culture, ns not only does the
soil contain an abunil nice of Innil suitable to the nourishment of the plants
the even yd high atmospheric temperature of the valley Is conducive to Its
full development, and as the weather
can almost he counted upon to In* of
llu' brightest during harvest time, the
crop is gathered undor conditions nol
enjoyed iu many localities in which
Ibis Industry receives much attention,
Thru again there are other features
attending tbe culture of tobacco in this
valley, llu'principal uf which may be
said tn he, that success has attended
the growing of thoso varieties of the
plant which are must in demand by
cigar manufacturers, and Ibis in Itself
is of paramount consideration, for the
very reason Unit the product will net
to tiie grower a much higher price,
tiiim If only those varieties could lie
cultivated, which goneaally enter into
the conposttion nl' Inferior cigars an.l
plug tobaccos, Under these circumstances there seems to he iu> apparent
reason why the future should not ss*s*
tobacco culture in the above valley
assume large proportions, and as ox-
ample Is better then precept, it may
lie that it such is the ease,
gradually the industry may spread to
valley's morn remote but perhaps none
the less suitable to the prosecution of
ihc Industry,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
..AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, with*
o utchange of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland     //*/_,
and Nelson. . .       sTz^-
DAII.Y THAIN'S.
OOINO NORTH.                    DOING BOOTH
12i27n. iii   MAItCDS Ilil8il.ni.
Traill leaviui; Marcus at 11:13a. ill,
makes close connections al Spokane
with trains for all
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connections at Nclsun wilh
steamboats for Kaslo and all Kootenay
I,ukc pniiils.
Passengers for Ketlle River nnd
Boundary Creek connect at Marcus
ivilh stage dally,
<□. es-. DEKOKT,
BOSK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF HOCK VUV.KK,
XX.    ZF&*fc*oxiLct:i>:fi.§yli.,    ^ET-*"-
KiitsT-Ouas Accommodation kok Gubsts.
GOOD STABLING
■r-FExcolloi't, FIsllitiB on Kotllo itivor...ft
.H.WEBB,
Practical
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
IS. © 3? »■ i a? i. ax ST
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
JJ" CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
yiy_ S. KEITH, M. E.,
AS84YER AND CHEMIST,
OltKKXWOOII, 11. 0,
WOrK  PROMPTLY ANll  CAREFULLY
ATTENHEDTO.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
aft9W»»W>»99®»99999b*
«?    HENRY CARR, O,E.G. M. VI.
(li """ *
I HENRY C. CARR, E. M. I
% Asasyer, $
| CHEMIST & MININO   BNOINEER, il!
Fairview, B. C. *
t
M Business Lots H-
fixsu                   Choice nl L'O.iJ locations from $100 8$fij
m                     upwards, ffl
nm sste
$i Residence Lots^^ ffl
I                  tattoo50"40 at$7SI B
MM                     75x1.0 at* loo. nus
& Garden Lots_^> ffl
0&                  Good soil; water  handy,     In ',' M
ViWi                       acre,   .'acre,    2'/, acre,  and 5 &•?•§
P§                         acre plots. f&
$&£ Deferred payments if required. m
hitfj)                 Liberal reduction for prompt building'. §3%}
W&                     *ri.„ m:.i r„    ma ffl)
The Midway Co., Ltd.
■ :\ft B. C.   - and  -   Montreal, P. 0.    fijffli
fftS
w
Sf
( Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.     Passengers to
nnd from   I'airview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.
delivered   in   quick   lime,    and    liy   comfortable
conveyance,
Livery, Feed mi\
Sale Stables.
Af   Penticton, B. C.
1LU R. S. H&LL Prop.
r, "ft : ,:- t
.   .-. so :■:■ a   ,;..
till rnmrn
11 .a
a •*   \i
2 . :
■      *!
Now is the time tu huy Sunimoi
ami Fall Clothing, a further
reduction in prices	
ft ft
,, Down To Cost ||
k
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.
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IP
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at
■
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■ • a
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: 2
2 ft.
n'mmfimimnmtdmtdm
In order to make room for nur winter stuck
of Clothing we havo decided to sell whal Is
let'tof summer and early fall clothing, AT '■
cost. Wo need the room am! must sacrifice,
so don't be. slow and lake this or
In renlemish your wardron
ft..
IA Fi Sew line of,.
(SM'faiWM.'l^
Groceries arriving every day,
west, Creamery Butter in 21	
ami lib bricks.   California cvn|iiirnl- -'a'"'.
ctl  fruits,   and harries.      Kippered
lladdies and Herring, Salmon bellies  ,
■
: ffl
niid fine while Mackerel, Morton's
assorted potted Meals, Honey in
comb and in fart everything in  ihe
fancy and plain Grocery lini'.
	
,   Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents fur.
' nishing g'oods a full line.
■
I   DON'T
FORGET
3t-lst,iax <& Co.
-
I*o*>3t Oiltc-c
SSttaara   .   .
si-'22l%ltXa7VttXf,r.
• :   I ■ , :■        ■	
I :   »-      i-    ■■'■       ' ■ ... a: al, .:,     ; ■  ft i »
"ft.    ■"',    il.   51    ....                  ■■!:■' • ' ' -:•:■■>■   .o-itt
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(©)**♦<•»»♦*    i*i»»*Oili*»<l**»*»!
D, OIL
Iti Practical Watch Maker, ;J
COPPER ST.,
Greenwood, B. C,
.      (Iinui Tools, Plenty Materlol,   ;*
,T'   anil 3D yenrs experience to (1st    Y
Swork correctly. ... 1#
(i)*******************^ ig)
Practical House and Carriage
HINTING
S\ip:?r Hanging-, Grdinintj and Sifjn Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash I Co., Midway and C?reenwood City.
J. 1». FLOOD, Manager, J. KERR, Secrolv
The Kettle River Mmi Mi and Provision Co,
HAVE [ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND  FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will he delivered in the towns named, and the
Several mining camps nf the district. Tli la A IV tNl.E,
Miiiway, B. C, C.tiiiiku 3,  1888
m
ffl The trade centre of the Grand §&
H Prairie,    Kettle   river    and p
ffl
BOLii
^» ouundary creek mining and .:,:
ifet§ agricultural country.
Ml
M Nearest point to the Colville ||
ggfi reservation mines.
n
Mite
8$ LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ^
IP
-$g§ McLAREN Bros
r
For prices and all othorin formation apply In Ajl^ii:
(»K    J. C. McLAREN K
i. ".:*,\.-
MS
KAMLOOPS, B.C J$tfK
..,-■'.■■'>
L**ttl -Tj1, "
•»♦♦ *♦»»♦**-!' H*<><t".5">'>*'J ;:;:?:j':a-:;:5*v:5 Sti;i.'<.S'£^*(r***************
* ♦
x The Travellers tanrece Co....       |
rmrrmrrirrinrrnT        f
.... Of Hartford. Conn. ♦
rmrmwmr.
Chartered 1863.
istoeli Life uml
Accident Insurance.
IS
*?
f
f
UBS the hest life insurance
contracts in the world. No
disappointment as to dividends. Everything Ouaran.
teed in advance. Premium
rites, is tn 25 per cent It;.-;.*;
■(hjlil thos.' uf old line Mutual companies.
II.'
»
(1/
»
9>.
$20,8 6,684,53  »
LIABILITIES, . .  17,920,360.2 ®
SURPLUS   .
ASSETS,
January lit, i8i)"i
4,976,424.3 Ji)
<e The TravelleisCoiiilii'iiutinn Accident Policy (ruurantensforaccidental jj|
j}; uniler ordinary conditions.
(li Deal lillciiclll     ....     fSMi   ■ li'ssnf  Kiiilit Hand    .
•ji Loss of Bight otlSoth Kyos    .     .'..an ;   Loss ol Log at, or abovo Km
* Loss nf llnili I'Vci ur liuiii Homls   S.IWJ I   Loss of Left Hand     .   .
HOTEL
1 should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLENT'
Qeo J. Skeehan      -      -      -     proprietor.
^1 BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEHI»
:;- if5
yjOj_JE«&x
Tlios,   Wake
PROPRIETOR-'
The hotel is centrally located and is a stopping place for stage
lines,    (liuiii fishing in the vicinity,  Good stabling,
Meals will lie served al all hours, llic tallies helng furnished wltb
the hesl,   A variety of the choicest brands uf liquors and cigars al the bar,
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
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Olive Plow ('..',-. < iang, Sulkey
and Walking Plows.
Alleged Starvation.
Report* having hi en circulated that,
prospectors and other- who nro .niton
the Ashcroft trail leading into Klon- ,
dyke ure starving, the gover ni has ] Commercial and Mining men should put up
instiitcd an investigation into the
matter, and should there he|any foundation to the rumours immediate relief ,
will 1." sent to the unfortunate ones.
Referring to the above report the
Kamloops Sentinel seems to doubt Its
correctness, but favours an enquiry,
Only One Saved.
The wrecking company engaged
iimlef Ln iili'iiinl Uol.son In the unrk
nf raising the wrecked Spanish ivur
ships, succeeded iu Homing the cruiser
Infanla .Maria Teresa. The cruiser,
after being gut afloat*, was laken iu
low by the Potomac and convoyed hy
ihe cruiser New York, lhe Scorpion
ami llie Alvnriidn, proceeded, lo
Giianlannmu Lay. where she arrived
safely At (iunnlanamo the cruiser
will he repaired sufficiently to stand a
sen voyage, and .irrlvlng ln United
States waters will he ducked and made
ready for service,
A New Light.
A new and highly important in-
vention was tested at the German
naval mnnoeuvers held recently, It
va.-jn the shape of a Greek Phoenician
lire, invented liy a  Berlin  engineer,
It inginites 011 contact with the air
ssnd can nol he quenched l.y elthei
water or earth. It burns wilh a hrll-
Haul flame, exceeding a searchlight,
and it can he sunk under wnter nr
iinslei ground and when hroiighl tothe
surface instantly hursts into llauic at
any desired puint, It was tested during the night evnluliuusoffthe island
uf Heligoland ami off Kiel and proved
nnisi efficient in directing lhe presence
ul ihe enemy,
Found the French at Pasdoda.
General Kitchener found the French
ul, Poshodn. He notified Marchand
1 hai. he hud express Injunctions that
ihe territory was Brilish, and that the
French must retire,and offered them
passage to Cairo, Major Marchand
absolutely declined to relhe unless
ordered to-do so i.y his government.
No fighting occured, Major Marchand
was given, clearly In underslund that
Ihe British insisted upun their claims
-ml lhe fat wnuld he settled by
diplomacy hetween their respective
tl.ivccnnuT.ls.
General Kitchener sent it, loijg
official dispatch in London, hoisted
the union jack and the Egyptnln ensign,and left nsn g»rrlsonlheE!evei)th
and Thirteenth Soudanese battalions
and lie* Camernn highbinders to pro-
leel the British flag, Colonel Jackson
commands the garrison,
SMITH & McLEOD, Prophibtobs,
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Tuniings.etc. All kinds of factory
work kopt in stock and made to order. Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanaqan Lakh, Handy to Shipment, Sash and Pooh
Factory on 0. P. It., Vebnon,
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jjj BEF;F, MUTTON. PORK and VKAL.
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11   .   i' •" */        Headquarters fo mining men
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CASCADE CITY, B. C.
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district.  Stepping place for
stages on  route from
Marcus to Boundary
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Creek  points.
lieing pn sent, 11 decision was laken in
favor of revision of the trial of former
Captain llcyfus, ami the documents
in ihis cast* will he sent lo Ihe cuurt of
cassation,
Crowds  of peuple outside  of the
olliee  ih**   ministry of the Interim,
where Ihe cuhinetcnuncll   was held, ..    LADNER'S
loudly cheered  ihe nilnislers.
The cabinet   ordered  Minister of
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of cassation the   petition of Mine,
Dreyfus for the revision of her bus- 'IWi rree from Jests.
baud's case.  This court thereto!* will FRUIT   ASI)  ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES?
decide the legal question ns to whetheri     /.     , ,-     ,.       ,- . i i    i-   11 it,.
the first trial of Dreyf,,, was vitiated     bend for I'ree Catalogue.   |   L. HuTciiticsoN, Manager.
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Having rented my premises the Brooklyn  Hotel, situated in
Greenwood Cnmp, I beg to givi notice that from the lust day
of August the business in connection with the above hotel has
been in the hands oi the le sees,
.,1 . . .
lacking the army. « ■ K*
Thu cabinet meeting was prolonged *$***•!>
and animated, The uiinislei' ofagt'i-|
culture, M, Vigor, Is reported tn have
bitterly opposed a revisinn, nud it is
rumored he will resign, lie lefl the
meeting before il ended, remarking to
11 newspaper inan llial, he was completely voiceli'BS,
ll is supposed llial lhe insl end inns
to proscenia any one ul tucking tlle
army were Issued at the requesl of
General Chanolne, The city Isexeiied
and the bourse Is in a disturbed condition, ('.nisei vuiii'e papers, however,
counsel il.e people In remain ciihii. ll
Is doubtful il th-* action of the cabinet
lipuplllai mining lhe masses, especially niniiiig ilu-1 iiiaui people, who,  it
ll pointed nut, sliil cling to tlm fetich
of the liiuiur of 1 he army,
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Wc have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will be able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets        Chairs and Tables * Lounges,
-   .   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   =   =
ALL OP THU LATEST PATTERNS AM) DES10NS
ANO AT PRICES tVHICIl WILL OEPY COMPETITON.
F. GRAFF,
Curlew, Wash.
COUNTY COURT  NOTICE.
A Hitting ot tho County Court ut Yule will i.
At Midway on Monday tlio luth iluyoi
llctilliei- 1BIIS,
At tho hour of 11 o'olook hi lho foronoon,
II, Command,
W.d.MeMYKN.
iivci'iiiiiciii Ofllco, Midway, U.C,      D.H.O
ll.ii July, lallb.
We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
T. M. Cully & Co., ■ Greenwood, B. C.
I ri ii __»^»M»rt««iu>^«ii'«vi!^i*^.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City Boundary Creek, B. C.
We nave jusl opened Ihe above holel al (ii'ei'ii'.voiid Cily, nn.l aie prepared
In welcome guests and provide gond accommodation, Good Catering, Firs
class Livory Stable.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR 'p
Midway, B. 0., Otrro eb5, 18
THE ADVANCE
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. E. Nash went- out to Spokane
yesterday nn business and incidentally
to Luke in the Fruil Fail.
Mr. W. 11. Megaw is having a new
business lilnck Iniill at Grand Porks as
his present premises arc altogether tin
small to accommodate his Iradc.
Mr. Robert Douzlerduring the past
week invested in snine real estate here,
purchasing a lot upon which stands a
nice Utile cottage,   frum   -Mr,   W.   II.
Rickards.
Mr, A. IC- Stuart, of Vancouver,
after spending a pleasant, vacation at
English point ou Ohrlslinu hike, relumed home on Saturdays sluge to
Peiiliclon.
Mr. 0. L, Thomet left for Portland,
Oregon on Wednesday lasl. and before
returning to Midway mny with his
family pay a visit to his home in
Switzerland.
Mrs. Lundy an old lime Midway
resident left un yesterdays stage fur
Spokane, on a visil to friends, with
whom she will view tbe attractions of
the Fruit Fair.
Mr. W. 11. Rickards left Midway on
Thursday bound for the New Westminister exhibition. Hefore returning
Mr. Rickards will spend a short holiday with friends at Vancouver,
Messrs. James Monnghan and G. II,
McAulay passed out lo Spokane ou
Wednesday, after attending the ineeling of the shareholders of the Cariboo
Mining, Milling k Smelting Co., nl
Camp McKinney on the 27th insl,
Mr. T. W. Sterling is about to erect
a large block at Kelowna. When
completed the building will be utilized
hs a tobacco factory, win re tho finest
brands of cigars and tobaccos will be
manufactured from home grown leaf.
Mr. and Mrs. 0, A. li. Lnmbly came
over from Osoyoos it few days ngn. and
Mrs. Lamlily is paying a visit lo her
mother Mrs. Dowding, while Mr.
Iiiinihly is paying atteniinn to official
business in the eastern portion nf the
districl.
Mr, II. McOulebean of Ilnssland paid
Midway n visil nn Sal urday last, It .v-
liigenine intu Ihe dlslrlcl wiih Mr. A.
Macnish also of Rossland, Mr,
Maciiish Is interested in tin' company
which nnv owns the Oro Denero claim
in Summit camp,
Mr. John Mitchell returned from
Spokane a few days ago after spending snme weeks under treatment of
'lii-oat. and lung specialists, Mr.
Mitchell has received no great an ounl
of betielii md his opinion of Spoke
physicians dues nnl, assay very high
Mr. A. R, Tillman brought his saw
mill outfit over from Camp McOuddy
the past week, and is nuw bnisy installing it upon the old site of the
Lequine k Puwers milt, preparatory to
starting up. It. will not be lung before
the present lumber famine is relieved,
W. J. Armstrong, formerly of
n. luis decided in  open  a   bus!
Mr. J. A. Unswnrth our local druggist, has moved his slock nf drugs into
the new premises built to the east of
McNIcols' stoie. Having much more
room and a greater facility fur display
il is needless lo say Ihc new establishment is nf very Imposing appearance,
Railway contractors are readily
buying produce of all kinds in this
district at the present time anil ns
result the price of hay and grain and
vegetables is stiffening rapidly, It is
said tbat Mr. McKay Ingrain whose
ranch ia just west of Midway, sold bis
orop of timothy hay to a contractor a
lew days ago for $!«) a ton in the
stack.
G. A. Bon ter was hroiighl before
W. II. Norris, J. P, on Frlday,charged
with horse stealing at Grand Prairio.
Tlie oharged was laid by Constable
llismorc of Grand Porks who arrested
the accused al Greenwood lhe 'lay
before. To procure witnesses the
prosecution asked for a remand for 8
days and this was granted by the
magistrals,
Messrs. L. ti. Monlliui-B.irrelt, A. II
Harrison and E. Ilarrhunl of Greenwood returned during, the past week
from their hum ing trip lu Osuyoos
lake. The pleasure of their trip was
marred by a little ini'idenl which happened to tholl). fnr while lhey were enjoying the!noVel comforts of camp
life their horses were eii hi r stolen or
wandered awayifrnni Ihem, and so far
have nut been t'eenvered.
The street grading and other improvements carried out at (Irand Forks
by the city authorities tins much improved the appcnriiucc of the place,
and could they be still further extended, it would soon not be appropriate to
duhb the town a "frog pond", As an
evidence of prosperity il, is suid
tbat every building in tlie Imvu is at
present occupied, and preparations aro
being tnade.for the erection of sovoral
more buildings.
Mi,
Veen
lies*, here.
A Rebecca branch of the 1.0,0, F.
was instituted at Carson mi Wednes
day evening lasl, when quite a nlimber of ladles in tho neighborhood were
mode members, Mr, T. Hardy of
Greenwood, District Deputy Grand
Master officiating al, the ceremony.
After initiation, u pleasant time was
speni in social Interooui'Be, and then
the company dispersed.
('aptuin Adams, Pr'sldenl of the
Midway Cuuipany, left town I'nr iln1
ciisist Ly way nf Petitictoo on Saturday
last. Before leaving lbe genial Captain
observed thai I hi' social atmosphere of
Midway had become decidedly chilly
sines' his last, visit In lhe li.un. On
Ilis way out il is said Captain Adams
endeavoured tn purchase ibe Sullivan
property, tail weather he succeeded is
not as yet, known.
Mr. 0, 11. Thomas of Cascade Olty is
making preparations to enlarge Ins
already roomy hostelry known ns the
Hotel Cascade, by building an addition
wbieb will he of a size 88x7(1 leet, and
two storeys. The moms on Ihe second
iliioe will he divided in'o suites, nnd
will he furnished in such a style that
ihe comfort nf guests will be regarded
as of Hrst, consideration,
A steam launch by name Myrtle B.
was recenlly transported fnnn lbe
Coluuiliia liver to Christina Lake, and
is nnw engaged in a lucre!ive business,
Steam transportation on this sheet of
water is much appreciated by the
setl'ers of lhe neighborhood, who, hefore ils iniiiidiietiiiu, had In depend upnu their muscle as they moved froui
point to pninl in urow html.
The Kelowna Shippers Union Co. is
doing a good business, fur fui' several
months past il hits been sending away
produce at the rate of a car-load a day,
This produce finds a market in the
KuiiU'iiay, and along the line uf the
li. I'. P.. as far east as Winnipeg. This
company will make a line display at
tbe Xew Westminster exllibitintl uf
I'i nits ami vegetables, ' sugar
cured hams and spiced bacon, tobr-cco,
cigalas cli.'.
Constables Gardom nml Dinsmorc
landed u Dave in ihe cut on Wednesday lasl, ll would serin lhat the
prisoner whose name i.a William Hove,
was briiiigh up at Cnscedo t'ily about
a week ago, chaigeil with selling
liquor without a licenc
i be paid. Feel-
was not a very
serious thing to break the law in
British Columbia lie immediately returned lo bis old calling, ami two
days aftei, owing to the vigilance of
the officers, was again arrested. On
the second charge he got 2 months
hard labour.
Writing
Pads
Letter and
Note Size . , .
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J, A. UNSWORTt
DRUGGIST
.111)WAY - B. C
C. F. COSTERTON
VKItNON. 11. C
General {teal Estate &Fioaneial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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The Royal Insoiunok Coy.
The London and Lanoashibe FntK
Insurance Coy.
The Inbobanoe Coy. hf Nokth
America.,
The London and Canadian Fnt
Insubance Coy.
Thk Sun Life Assurance Coy or
Canada.
The Dominioe Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser for thu Canada Per
jianknt Loan and SavinosCoy,
The Russell Hardware Co.,
mw .■ :■ t-mmssaimmmmnr
(If Greenwood Ciiy, H ('.. has jusl received a cai load nf tin vim, iii d in ihe ns-
snrlineiit may befuHiid every diserlpiloii of thi'Klove from ilm highest class
range dnwn lo the sum II iiu si.see I'm ihe proepectur. A peculiar feature in con
neclinn wilh Ihis shipment is. thai although you can cb..us- from a ureal,
variety ynu can only get one quality, 'THE BEST", As In price? Well, considering the quality they are Cheap I Cheap It Cheapl 11  und sn yuu would
say il' yuu examined lhe g Is,
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•"•^sBoirt'ieitiy for tiie stoves are selling every day,——
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Orders by Mail Reoslvs Prompt ftttcntion.
®mgm^r_-_mmmvmm.
GREENWOOD CITY MERCANTILE 00.
WOOD CITV, IS, ('.
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mineral act 1896.
Oertiflcato   of Improvements
nominal sum whit
nig perhaps lhat it
woTicn,
Ron Roy Minkuai, I'i.mm.
and was lined 1 Sltuato In tho Kettlo River Mlntne Ilivision
of Yalo Districl   Whero located: Central
Camp.
TAKK NOTIOK thai I Alex,
free minor's certiftcato N
sixtytlavsfrom dato lioroof, in
MiningRecorderforn eortltirnt.
nionts, for tho purposo of obtainlm* n Crown
Grant of tlio abovo olnlm,
Ami (nilher inlsc notice Hint notion under
sootlon 37musl ho commenced beforo the Issu*
mipo of such Cortiflcato of Improvement
llnleil Ibis Illli tiny tit June, 1808.
MINERAL ACT, 1898,
Oortlfloato of  Improvements.
mice IVilllnci
..iiii. Intend,
innil.' lo tbi
uf lmprovo
AND-
Wlolesale
it Mrs
Sawtooth Minkkai, Cuim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.    Where locutod: Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Chas. DoBloifl Green
igonl foi liic (iirilinu Mining, Milling ami
Smelting .jimp-iny, (roe miner's cor*
IMcato No. 1821 ii a, Intond, sixty ilnvs
tromt.no date lioreof, to apply to tnoMiiihig Recorder for ii cerl Iflcatc of linprovonienl s fm't hv.
purposo nf obtaining a Crown Grant of tin)
abovo claim.
And furtlior tako notico tlml aotion, undor
section  -i". must  hv commonood boforo tlm
Issuance of such cortiflcato nf improvements,
Dated this 28th day of September, isilK.
Seed Wheat Fop Sals.
■,ifiS*:3m*m&msmFsmia
Parties needing good
clean fall seed wheat
fur' planting, should
call mi J. A. Coulson,
Miiiway, 13, C, who
has two famous vari
tries, ihe	
Early Genessee Giant
-AND
Dawsons Golden Chaff.
Bamploa .'.... l.e soon .a llsiii. ,v Co'n more
u
Mineral  Ml 896.
Certificate of Improvements.
Notioe.
QOl.tl IIlLI, MiSBIl.ll. ('I.AI)I.
Situate In the  Osnyons Mining Divisinn nf
Ynle   District,   Wiicre located:- Camp
Fairview
TAKK. NOTIOK, llial 1. Clina. sic Dlnis Groon
I     sis   ngonl    fnr   Wm.    A. Illor free
minors oortllloito   Nn.   70132, nml  Alfred
A. linvitlsun froo Mlnor'a certificate No. 7(liU3,
Intond, sixty dnyn from thednto horoof, to apply
In   III" Millies Itocordor fnr  n Oorllflento nf
Improvements, for tho purparia of obtaining a
Crown Kraut of tho abovoclnlmo.
And furlhcr ditto notico tliui action, undor
action 37. nniai lie commenced boforo 'lie. issu
since nf audi corllllcnlo nf uin.ruvciiifiiis.
Datod this ISlh dny cf Jnlv, 1838,
eoial Refections to
Out of Town Train.
life Miwel Frae.
kSEisx:;^.^
se Miners
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of
mprovements
Hfotici;.
itnit tinv and NiuuTi'iii.as. Mineral claims.
Sltunte in the Osnycs Mining Divisinn of
Yale district.    Where   Incntodi  Cnmn
Fnlrviow.
TAKK NOTIOK, thnl LCIws. do Mole. Qroon
I    ngenl fur Uu' Fnlrviow i onsolldaloil Gold
THIS HOTEL
at moderate char
liquors anil cigars kepi on
and good bo.ls add much to tht
patrons.
iffers tlie lust of accommodation
jes,    Only  lhe best brands n
h;mil.
A  gooc
comfort 0,
table
f i'.s
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Rossland,
G   EENWOCn.
Minn, i -a t,linilcil.isfl.'i
ci'i'iiilciiicNsi. isiika. Inlond,
lho tlnto horoof, toapply to Hi.
for a cortlflcnto of Improi
|.iii'|i i-i* nf iiblsillilng
above cluim.
!<l
ll.l'.,'lw*lldni*i'V
-Ixly ilnvs from
Mining Itociif.
imonts, fnr il.,.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
. Crown granl uf ll.
And furthor inks* notloo Unit nellon. undor
notion ill. inii-i lie commenced  boforo tlio
Nuance of nu h corllllcnlo nf luniroveinoiiH
liiii.il I Ida mill ilny nf.lnh. 1808,
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FULL UNE Druggists Sundries,
Patent Medicines, Etc
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Miller's Pharmacy Greenwood,b.c.
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Rea! Estate and Mining Brokers.
1 FINANCIAL IB INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty
llllll. H. NADEN •  MANAIIIiR
Oreenwood City, It. C.
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Patrons will fncl a now house, neatly furnished,
and possessing1 all modern conveniences, tending**
to tlie comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants nnd wishes of customers at all times.
uunu STAlU.IM'i ON  Till'  I'KlaMlslS.
T. DONALD & Co. Props.     T, DONALD, Marg THE ADVANCE
Miiiway, ll 0„ OOTOBEB8, WIS.
BOUNDARY GREEK MINING AND MU LING COMPANY, LTD, LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
SIEIjSlD   OFFICE ,   -0*»H^3ffW"QOD  CTXTST, 3B . O .
Capitalization SISN.0N, in $1 Shares, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shapes.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G, A. R.. Big
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D, S. F, J. A. C, P. H., C. S. & H,, E. C B,
Prospective,   Spokane  and  Granite   Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
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| On tin- "I). A " is ;i vein abnnl |20      The "O, B." lias two dlstincl veins
DESCRIPTION.
OFFICEKSO FCOMPANY :
-   -    -   -   I'lIl-.BlllKNT
I). A. HOLBROOK   - - - -      -   Manager
E. JACOBS   -   -   -    -    SECKETAItY-TREASUniSR
BANKERS
BANK OF M0NTJIBAL2H *ES Vernon, B, C-
inilu's wide, with n pay-streak uf I to
12 inches; from luis 8,(3511 lhs, of ore
ivns shipped to Ihe smeller, giving
$103.16 gold per Iod, silver 74 7-10 ozs,,
nnd 2 per eenl. lead. A tunnel is lieing
driven on this vein frnni which nre is
living liikcn. On the same property is
n Inrger vein (quartz) carrying galena
nnd pyrites.
The "(I. A, 11." has n 30-fool shall,
sunk un a 2-fool vein, heityily mineral-
izeil wilh an Infintate mixture of iron
nnil cupper pyriles, galena, hlende and
Bilverglance, Theii nasi piecesufwlresil*
vi'i'I'iiund onBoundtiryOreekweretaki:.
1'i'i.ni ihis shaft. Aventge assays frnni
tlili'i'i't-nl plnces across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, 60 u-i.y. silvers also $R.(iO
gold anil 160 ozs, silver und une, llle
latest return—$15.05 gnld and 100 -1-5
uzs. silver per tun.
nne 26,feet wide which, froui ils strike
and general character would seem tu
he 'Iiii' same vein as thnl uu the Iiii;
Ledge, although sufHcienl has mil.
heen done to make this ennchtsive,
riu* second vein hns nl present a
width uf nearly three feet. Assays
hnvu shown yalues in gold fnnn $4,00
... $170,63, while a conservative sampling Ly Mr. S, S. Fowler, il. E. gave
$20.00 in guld.
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On the "S. II. II." are two converging veins uf copper nud iron pyriles,
un whieh wink is nnw Leing done. An
average nssny gave, gold $3.50, silver
.liiy uzs., copper 11.I'll per eenl., ur
'$40.44 for all values.
This company is registered under the
Companies Act, 1K90, and amending
acts, in the  office of the Registrar in
Th,.' "Fred  ll."»as   Intnl..1  in   He
ceinliei'i 1895, uiore as ground for n
I Imsis for  mining operations I'm- the
On  the "Big Ledge"  is a  10-foot,   other claims than fnr its present value,
quarlz   vein,   niinerali/es!  wiih   lion    although tliere Is^littleduulit. that the
pyriles.   This vein has heen opened ' large vein un lhe (). II. run.-, through
upliycross-culson the surface frr 600   it,  There is a small vein of galena on
feet.    A   narrower   vein   has   heen    this clni'ii.
opened up, heing une foul wide, carry- 	
ing considerable copper pyrile*, and      T))p  „ ,_ A   (,„ h.K (| . -um_
runs Into the main ledgn as a spin', nn .       ',„'.    ',,,.'    ,   ■„'',■   ,   ,,
,"           ' . t-;i|.nni»' running llu-i.uaii il   rn i the
whirl a luniie   of    0 feet has hi  I   , ''    \      ,,,,,■      ,■      ,   ,
,„.,    ,, Anncoud i, at a depth ul a  lew leel.
'drivi'ii.   Average assays gave ty.,1 gnld „.               .             ,,     ,,
'          •    , 'lhe ore carries a considerahle percent
and 1 1-10 aa.a. silver, and :■!'!.,„>gnld
Victoria, I!. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1,00, non- assessable, of which a
portion cf the Treasury stoci< is new
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company,
it"E-:iVsis,Ea7'
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17; uzs. silver, - pei eenl. copper
The "8, P." lies l.etweed the fi, A. ti
and D, A,, in the direction ul tin* strike
.111 Ihed. A. H. vein. This Inciilion has
i*t*n ai 1 le mi n vein ii I' pyialii'lil".
nge of of i'uppi'1 nnd $10 iu gold.
The remaining si*: claimsare nil gnnd
prospects, Imt as yet very liltle development win!', hus heen dune on
hem,
i;ft.
tetany if
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
'['un August MiNeiwi, Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
lilstricl.   Where Located:   Camp Fair-
view.
TAKE NOTICE 11.ul ,vi\ II, Rono, free minor's oortiflcnlo Nu. 10,111, li.lin Slovens,
free minor's cortlflcnto No, :'.',!);i, -lului A. Cory,
ell, free minor ccrllttaito No.UlliA, .1. I'.
Hiinivcui free minern cortlftaito No. H8.1IB, in , ,
tomlsklydnysfromil'itolioroof, to apply to tlio I X
Mining llocordor fnrn eorllllonlo uf Improve-
monts, for llio purposo uf obtaining n Crown
Grant of tho nbovo olrlm by tholragont John
Hlcvs'its.
And fiii-lbcc lulu, nolloo llml nellon under
notion 97 intwl bu coinmoiicoil boforo tbo issu-
unceiifsiicb Cortlflcnto of Improvements.
Datod tills 1st dny of August, 18U8.
BEDS! ■ SEEDS!
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
dtl -UC11 DCCI . -
In A.at,.sr
tp §A$i <
TABLE.
Showing the Dntci nn cl Places ol Courts of
Assize, Nisi Peius, Oyc" unit Tormlnor nail
Gonoctil Gaol Delivery lor tbe Year 1898.
KAI.l. ASSIZES.
Olliitoti Thursday, --'nil Soptombor
Itlchilclil Monilny, ffltli Soptombor
Kamloops Mondny, llrd < lotobor
Lyllun Ki-ltlny. Ulli (leluber
Vornon II Iny. I'll b Ootobor
New Wesiinins-ici'.. ..TuoBilny, tai  Novoinbor
Vunoouvor Monilny, lllh November
Vieloria Tiu'wlny, l.'nli November
Nanaimo Tuostlnj. "2nd Novenibi
Commereial Job Fpinti
AT "THK ADVANCE,'
I1
AT EASTERN PRICES.
Quality ..
THE BUST PRODUCED,
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^**
THE ©NIT  PfcRFECT FJ3XCE. MoJIuIlen's   Fencing   nnd   Netting
tti.twrti'iiiinr rrrnuin        Combine these two Quallt
WW WIRE FbCiliG No others do.
WIRL ROPE SELVAGE. 	
j.;   r.-»'#^?^S^2Sa II0G  FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
"  >"■'"       -'■-—'---^ LOW PRICES.
(ALL OTHER VAU1KT1K3 CIIEAP.I
jSmkASXtHmm
I'tmufiidUi-cil und Suiil by
.McMullen's are the'inly gond lii'ltings
sold ill Canada,  They are unequalled for poultry yards, trellises, and
aa  a  I I       nnnrOO     Pli    I    FT Pi     PPfWPTI  Y   !      TH« ONTARIO WIRE FSiNCINQ OO., LTB, ,        ,
MAIL    ORDbnO    ML LLU    rnUmr I L.T. ■eioioo.Ootanc, lawn tencos,
Ask your hardware merehant for McMullen's goods.   If you cannot buy of
[The Manufacturers at Picton, Ont., or to
him write to .[ The B. Greening- Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
Montreal, General Ag'ents.
.. .We Pay The Duty ...
O. B & P. B. N E.L
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
THE". IDW/
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVE'R.
First,ClassAccouimodafion,   Good Stabling,  Tetiiiinusul Stag, lane
from .M".i'"us, Wnshlngton,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,
JAMES COOWHR, flontreal, (iencra! Agent for Railway Fencing,
W, DALRYMPLE
D'AIRVIEW, IJ, C.
All Hinds of Repairing.   Hi
.    SKI, ,*,!•'
WATCH iAKli
. .: :*-. c.
Fine V. ' dtjf. o
a '        a ■    .    ntoil
-,^r.'.:-;*..i::t ..■■::,.. -,.-.v.A.r_—*.r;,:^l:ilt:..aT.4,vntimmX.:4M.I*iaaa.
■ .' -       "
COUNTY COURT NOTICE,
A pitting of the County Court uf Ynlo ivill be
a. ' aa
ai a. ieelo., on   I'll.iii.v,   the Itli
. bei*, .....
Al tliu hour   a :■ o'cl it:. In a.,   ' . , o. li
. I    a.niiuitl.
S. It. AUIOND,    '
ci'iiiininl Otitic, 11  H.i.''.
:■■■:   '',' ,i .     ,.:.. '
•ft V
<-* i
.2 it-$3
. ■ ■   ft07i>%$3
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A flitting uf lbe County Court of Ynle will
lie holdon
At Fnlrviow, on October I Uth 1898.
Al i'i* 1..ni".a' M o'clock in Use foronoon,
By command,       O. A. It. LAMBLY,
flovornmmil Offlco, Osoyoos, II. II. CO.
August 27th 1808.

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