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 THE ADVANCE.
^U^l&£-' ^^-V
Vol. V, No. 7.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
]^ W. JAKES, M. I)., O.M.
11V Al'l'DINT.MKXT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      I      I      I      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS,:iV1. D„ C, M.
VKllNOX, U. I'..
),.vtb nr
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Kno,
D
R.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate   oi   McOill   University.
Late   Physician   and   Surgeon
Canadian   Pacilic   Ry.   Coroner
tor East Yale,
I T. MCLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' Graduate ok MoGill Uihversity.
Olllee: Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
SOI.1CITIIH Sll'IIKMB t'ODIIT,
NoTAIIV I'l'lll.ll', CONVBVANOEU, ETC.
Olllee: Qllmoro's lllnck, Hnrnard Avonue,
VKHNON.  ■ H. 0.
pitEl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ete.
Office: Martin's Block.
Veknon, B.C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND 8OU0ITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOT Alt Y  PUBLIC, HTC.
VKHNON, 11. tl.
J   K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting, Aoenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND FORKS   ....   ii. O.
poitBKS M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.8.C.E.,    ..
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
VKRNON, B, C.
T  B.OBOWBLI,,
TRONSON ST., VEIINON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VKRNON, B. c.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.nu.cl  Surveyor.
Mem. Aiu.ir .Sue. li-rlg. Kng*..
Assaying* and Analysis of Ores
pHAS. E. COSTERTON, '.
VKltNON, II, 0
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NOTARY PUSLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., II,(J.A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B,   C.
Guess    Bx>os.
JJSSAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIIIWAV, 11,1..
(iilKI'N'W.lOll, It. V
3. c, HAAS,       M, llAUUKTT,       ia t. ih.iii.siin,
BOUNDARY  ORKHK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-r«ouw,,ocl ('lly, II. (V
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acqiiuli.Iiiiiii. with the Kettle
River am) Itiiuiiiliii'y Creek Mini..'-
Districts.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TmmiiKii, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Staiie Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made win Providing!
Guides and Outfits fob Hunting Parties.
Good Routing nnd Fishing. Row nnd Sull Bonis (or Ulro
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
De.ilers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM AN D   BACON    .
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
WOqD,   OARGILL   A  CO..      -      •       A-WWCSTKOWG
^s___r
•_____:".
VERNON - SAWMILL I
SMITH k MuLKOI). PROPRIETORS,
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kin.ls of Factory  Work  Kepi in Slock anil Maili. to Order
Coast Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All KIiicIn of Lumber, Laths nnil Shingles Ki'iit in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanugan Lake, Inin.ly lo shipment,  Susli anil Door
I'lictory ou (.!, I*, It., Vernon,
TO ASSAY AND SAMPLE SILVER.
Congress Has Finally Reached a Satisfactory
Agreement.
The final Agreement of theconfsres
of the two houses upon tbe general de-
liaiaiiay hill has been reached anil Includes Un* provision for the unsaying
and sampling of silver and olher ores
Imported int.. ilu. United Slates, .for
which Senator Duliois lum heeu eon*
lending for many years, Tin. nuiend.
inenl wus Inserted liy the senate at
Senator Dlihols' instance, ami ii pro-
viilns fm* tin* equipment uf thenecess*
ary winks al. BI Paso, Tex., Nnrthpott,
Wash., ami Bonner's Ferry, Idaho,
The secretary of the treasury is author*
Izrd either tn purchase lands ami construct buildings or purchase buildings
already erected at these points for ths
|.nr|in,ai. of making the assays required.
'I'h.* amendment requires that in no
ens.' shall a less quantity than nno-
llflli of any ImpiU'tatto. of ore lie subjected to lh.' sampling process,
 .1.	
KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending June 10, 1896.
3, Jubilee, Prior creek, T, A. Bartholomew.
4. Crown Jewel Fraction, Grand
Forks, ,1. K. Johnson.
4. Portland, Brown's camp, F. Griffin, W. J. Schmack.
4. Anchor, Brown's camp, F. H.
Knight ami W, J Si'hinuck,
4. War Eagle, Browu's camp, F. H*
Knight,and W. J. Schniuck.
4. Lizzie, Norlh Fork Kellle river, A,
L, McDoiiald.
4.   Rico, Oopper cainp, H. Mounts,
■I.   Ollfflon, (Jopper camp, E. Tiiiiin.
4. Moonlight, Copper camp, I),
Bryant,
4. Gulden Eagle, Copper cninp, R. E.
C, Hooper, J. D. McOreight,
4. Black Hawk, Copper camp, It. E
C. Hooper. J. I). McOreight,
5. Midnight, Summit camp, M.
Murphy.
o. Gray Horse, Grand Prairie, F. X.
Gaulhler.
5. Bicycle, Cedar creek, E. Sullivan,
A. Wuddal.T. Atkinson.
8. Denver, Fisherman's creek, J.
Clinic.
(I.   Finest   Hose Fraction,   Brown's
J      camp, J, Sprat t, G. Atkinson, S.
Heed..
Alia Vista, Norlh Fork Kellle
river, S. Heed.
Little Diek, Fuiirlh of July creek.
E. 11. Mclnnis, P. A. Finogan,
Sunsel,  Providence  ciunp,  J.   J.
McMillan, J. McBrlde,
Belli', Christina lake, E. Short.
Iron Crown,  Christina lake,   P.
Flynii.
Cupper M.iiinlaiu, Christina lake.
I). 0. Beach, T. Farrell, J. Daniel-
sun.
Champion, Christina lake, 1). C.
Beach, T. Farrell, .1. Danielsiin,
Helena,   Christina   lake,  D. V,
Beach, T, Farrell, J. Danlelson.
Vieloria,   Christina  lake,   D.  C,
Beach, T, Farrell, J. Daniels..n,
Evening Star Lode, Christina lake,
I). 0. Beach, T, Farrell, J.  Daniel-
son.
TRANSFERS.
Jwede, J iiilcrest.lF. H. Carey  to
W. H. Conkle.
San Bernard, all interest, K. Patterson to 0. S, Galloway,
Samson, jj inleresi, It. Patterson to
0, S, Galloway.
Ethiopia, ii Interest, 11, Patterson
toC. S. Galloway.
Silver Star, J inleresi, J.  Lnffcrly
ami J. McllnlltnT. W. Slack and
0, Mi'D dl,
Gold Hug. It luteresl, G, 11. Ide to
J. T, Coslello.
Hidden  Treasure,  J  interest,  T.
Walsh In I). T, C Bird.
Lion, i inleiesl, ,1. W. Nelson to F.
Graf.
Uncle Sain, j inleresi, J. Fox to F.
Graf.
Iron King, \ inleresi, G. M, Miller
and 0. Ciisgriff to 1). P. Mitchell.
Grey Hound,  all  interest,  E.  I*.
Surilam lo J. Alwoo.l.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   X-XCTJEi
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 r. m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
 # —
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   ».   MOBSISON,   PROPKIBTOB.
Hockley, Chrislinn lake, M. Manning, J. Murphy, P. Flynn.
Maggie, Christina lake,  M.  Manning, .1. Murphy, P. Flynn.
Maid ..I'Erin, Christina lake,  M.
Manning,.). Murphy, P. Flynn.
Aunt Haliie, Greenwood camp, .1,
Wilbur.
Defender, Deadwood camp, J,
Rogers,
St. Lawrence, Skylark cuuip, II.
li. Muiui..
Pioneer, Grand Forks, ,1. H.Gagle.
Golden Eagle. Norlh Fork Kellle
River, .1. Brandt.
Hani Scratch, Brown's camp, A.
Lungfoid,
Best, Brown's camp, A. Durals,
Ma in..nitli Fnicl ion, Brown's camp,
I). W, Dixon.
Miuu'Oli   Brown's camp,  \V.   K.
While.
Lake  View,  Olllistllia  lake,    A,
I'i II, II. Gray.
I,ia-,1   (iainee,    Elmll,   creek,   M.
Murphy.
Forest Hell, Wallace ereek, F. A.
Howard,
Hillside,   Wallace    creek,   F.  A,
Howard,
UERTIFICATKH IIF work.
DeluuMl'i J, H.inley.
Amandyi R. Wilson.
Allilirquei N. J. Ln Plant.
Monte Chrism;.I. Marshall.
Monte Carln; T. Roderick.
Gill. Eilge; .1. Marshall.
Hartford) J, Rogers.
Toboggan;.!. Wilbur, J, Newby.
Golden Eagle; J. W. Lind.
Nonsuch;  W.  T.  Smith,  E.   A.
Mitchell.
Look'bull W.T. Smith.
Iron King; 1), P. Mitchell, G. M.
Miller, ('. Cosgroff.
Lilly; 1). P. Milch. II.
Huiriiles; E. L. Tate.
Silver Sim ;T. A. Unwind, T. W,
Slack, ('. McDonnell,
KOOTENAY COLD AND SILVER ORES.
Striking Features of the Interior of British
Columbia.
One of the most striking physical
features of Ihe Interior of British Co-
liiniliin is caused hy the great system
of lakes and rivers which almost surrounds the Selklrka within their Canadian limits, writes J. C. Gwillim.
These waterways form long nurlli
and smith depressions uud are connected by low transverse passes, which
drain to the east aud west.
This region is, therefore, fairly accessible lo the exyloror or prnspecl or.
The geology has nol us yet, been fully
worked oul, hul enough has been
learned tn show il lo lie a region of intrusive nud Uplifted rock of undetermined age.
The weslern p..rl ion nf this watershed Is largely of granitic nature, but
there are several large areas of uieta
morphic rocks, such iih qiial'tzites,
schists, and calcareous slates. The
eastern porlion is mainly cainpnscd of
slaies and schisls,
Up to tlin present lime the most
richly mineralized hell appears tn lie
along the summits of this watershed.
Yel lhe whole region is well stocked
with economic minerals and offers I...
llu* mineralogist a rich and varied
field fur study.
Tlle existence of the chief galena
silver disi rids appear to lie determined
lo a great exlenl by Ihe large areas of
impure limestones and calcareous
slaies. Luch disii iels are lhe SliK.au
and Lnideiiii. Of this mineral, so
abundant ami valuable, lliere iuu three
principal varieties, and Ihese have
come to I e recognized as hearing cerium iclatinus lo one another in their
silver bearing capacity. Cubical, well
crystallized galena, is liy far lhe musl
common ; il forms lhe hack bone of the
sliver niining Industry and assays iu
the Slocan llislricl, from 80 ounces lo
Um in silver, Here it ocelli's in fairly
massive impure limestones and slaies.
Galena differing in uu way in appearance, entiling from lower Kooleuay
lake or Ihe Lurdcau country, carries
far less silver. The same is true uf lhe
great galena bodies of East Kunlctiuy.
This variety forms the largest nre
I a nli as; ii seems lo be ihe mother mineral nf the chief fissure veins. Calcile
crystals and clialeopyrile are sometimes intimately tulxed with it, as iu
the great Slocan Slur mine.
Steel galena is of a granular texture,
with suine resetiihlauci' to broken iron.
It occurs III patches through lliu cubical variety, but is seldom found iu
large bodies. Assays made on Ihis
usually show il lo carry fl higher percentage nf silver Ihuu ilu. proceeding.
Wavy gali.ua is of much Ihe same
texture as steel galena, hut is more
lustrous, anil is  lolialeil,  giving  il   a
somewhat laminated iippciiinnce, The
value of Ihis variely often exceeds I hul
of the olheis uioiitiniii'd. The relalive
values uf lliese varieties, logelher with
I lie fad Ibal I..cnlily bears siichnsl rung
relaliiin lu Iheir silver value, may go
lo show ilinl lbe silver itself exisis
oulside of a chemical laiinl.iiiiiliiiii wilh
this mineral, Silver is found throughout llie whole range, pervading all
fnruiatiniis and associated wiih so
many different minerals thai ihe que*.
linn uf llie fui in in winch it is present
becomes Interesting,
Teliahedile, or grey copper is widely
represented and uuicli soughi after, li
is usually uf a dark gray color wilh a
Faint iridescence ami a texture like
steel galena, Specimens uf this carry
from Um ounces to MX) ounces of silver.
It occurs associated nitli galena, zinc
blende, aud calcile. giving upun de-
cninposilinn very beautiful urus of
aiturite iiiid malachite, Silver lum entered inlo many curious relations
where lhe absence uf galena has caused
ils associiil ion will) aiiiiie ul her mini-nil.
One cose occurs near Slocan lake,
where Utile bunches of unlive arsenic
have been fiiiind containing l,m,l
ounces lo the inn.
Inone uf lhe principal producing
mines, tin Alamo, on Silver mountain.
itisfoiiml willi anil.iiiniv, giving a
very rich ure. This In known as utill-
miiiiinl silver, The mineral Is Very
dark gray, sometimes faintly streak'
ed, and occurs ns small piUchcs Included in ii matrix nf cubical galena.
Silver is futiiiil iu I'limhiuulinu, as
sylvanile in une mini' near Slocan lake,
as ruby silver in several places anil as
native silver filaments and silver sulphides all aboul the limits of the Slocan
urea of limestones, iu granlle,
These lai Ier ennstilule llle dry ores
nf the district, and are rarely found In
lhe llllllli galena IllliestlltUIhell,
Argeulile is usually assneialed
with Iron pyrites in u coarsely crystal'
lized gangac of quarlz. Often this
mineral i.a well crystallized, but iu
mosl eases il .occurs chiefly as a floe
black dusl or slain. The veins having
a (i.uih-liki- sn in .lire, easily ..pen lo
deennqsislng agencies.
Usually a inlying quantity of gold is
associated with ihe argeulile ores,
Some of the veins are handed A not'
able example occurs at the Exchange
iniil.'. near Slueaii City, Here there ia
Iirsl a hand uf opaque milky quarlz,
snme inches iu thickness. Next In
lllis comes an inch band uf Iron pyriles
(always well crystallized) mixed will,
silver sulphide dusl. An inch frum
this iu a clearer quartz, there occurs a
distinct broken lamina nf mil ire silver
This arrangement is repealed fuur
limes. Tiie pyrilnils band assays 270
ounces ill silver. There ure no pyrites
with lhe native silver land. It wuuld
be inleresi ing to And wbal relations
exiel belween the pyrites and silver
sulphide, and if silver exists ae a sulphide below Ihe line of decomposition.
As regards gold lliere is lllile evidence uf its nocurrenoe in a free state.
[I dues occur sn ill a few places along
lbe easl side of Slocan lake, in a quarlz
giiugue, but even |here llie ure body
cm ties so niilall pyrites lhat it would
cause It lo become unfit fill free milling. Usually ihe gold is Intimately
associated wilh pyritous mailer, such
as arsenical hull, clialeopyrile uud
|i) i rlnil iia, as iu Ihe Trail creek ii.iin-
iry. Oue nf the deposits carrying gold
in a free Male also curies il ill colli'
liioalioii OS sylvanile. bill this is rare,
Veiiy Utile gold- Is found in the galena mines. What is pruduced seems
In he derived from the pyridine mallei'
contained lli.-reiu.
Tlle Trail creek gnld ures arc a mixture of elialciipyrite uud pyirhulile.
greatly resembling the Sudbury nickel
ores. 'They cat ry from half au ounce
lo live ounces ill gold, Assayers of
this ore lime come to tlle conclusion
that, there Is a direct proportion between the amount of cluilcopyiite
presenl and lhe gui.l coulainrd. Snme
such relation as exists between the copper and nickel in certain nickel ures.
As this region becomes more deiel-
oped, there will doubtless be found
many rare and Interesting mineral
combinations. It is tint fuur years
since il was a wilderness, in wliieli
snme stray pruspci'Lors found lhe first
galena hide.—Spokesman Review.
  4 . 4 '
COLD BRICKS FROM THI CARIBOO.
Two gold bricks wen. hroiighl down
frum the Cn rib... i mine al. Camp McKinney last week. The value nf the
bricks was ahuut $8,000 and is the resull .of aUlilays run ut the 10-stttilip
mill. This prudlicl has been Belli to
the Unileil Slates assay ulhYc at
Helena,
The riunpuny isulsn piisluringulsiul
Iwenly-llvc Ions uf cuncenlrales a
nniulh, from wbich the last smeller re-
turnsgaveaviiluenl (HSaton. Another
iliviil I of 2 cents a share will be paid
ihis uiniiih. Within the pasl thirteen
llionlhs lliu mine lias paid <7l),tlUI io
dividends,
 >. f 4	
REDUCTION IN C.P.R, RATES,
A circular has jusl Ik'uii Issued by
lbe Canadian I'mlllc Railway colli'
puny, givingII Hid nf the redactlu»s iu
rail.,  un hay, grain, Hour, elc, iu CHI"
load lots If   Silence's  Bridge uml
siiiiinus easl thei f Including  the
iik,in.ig.oi branch, to poiul- >» 'he
Kootenay dlslrlcl, Taking Kelowna
as an example the exlenl nf Hie rr-iir-
Hull will lie seen, The llgures given
represenl llie oust ill rents uu caelum!
lots  per  IIU | ids.   The old rales
were; Tu Nakusp, hay 111, grain ltd; te
Trail ereek and Wanela, 3(inud 41; III
Three Forks and Saiulon, 40 aud SI I
Nelson, 41 an.l till Kootenay lake, .'.I
and 521, Neyv rales i Nakusp, hay 2Si,
grain M; Trail creek aud Wanela, lilj,
851 Three Furks and Sandnli,  44|,  45;
(Maun, WH, 40; Kootenay lake, 4$,
The rales from uther points are curies.
pnndiiigly reduced. Rati'i" shuwn under head uf grain will include all I'OIU'
modules In straight or mixed carloads
ruled Hill class in current Canadian
Jul tit freight classification, Kootenay
lake poiulsare Ajuswortli, Hendryx,
Pilot Hay, Balfour, and Kaslo, Rore.
berry takes Ihe same rales as Three
Forks and Saudiin. THE ADVANCE.
W. II. XOItllls I'lmriuiaiiiii
Published   weokly   nl   Midway,  II. (;.
Subscription Price, 12.01] per annum, payable
In advance, either yearly or half-yearly nt tin-
option of tin-subscriber.
Advertising Rates seal on nppltcaUou,
Though tin- miliums ui iiu: Advakci are
always open for tin- discussion nf matters of i
publiciutorosi .mi Imparlanco, wo .1.. nut hoc*
cessariiy endorse nni' of tho opinions oxprcflftod.
Correspjailoiice of a personal nature will uul be
published.
MONDAY, JUNE 15. IHIIII.
EDITORIAL NOTE8,
Now thai Superintendent Hussey,
Chief of Provincial Police, has paid a
visit to lhe districl, il. may safely be
presumed several very necessary
changes will he made wilh a view in
Increasing lhe effectiveness uf the
police (nice iu ihis section. I'm- twelve
iiii.nlhs or more ou.. local Government
ollleers have I n  overworked owing
lo'he vast and rapid development uf
the rounli V. u'bich hasseen new towns
liiilll up, camps expanded, and population increased, all of which entailed an
increased ami,uul nf  wurk   upnu  Ihe
piesenl nt till.   The fuel ihal lhe ci -
try lies contiguous t-n the Colville re-
nerval inn, wliieli lorrimry forms a
ri'l real tor I low given in ciiiuinltllng
crime, la sufficient to wuiiiiiil a close
vigilance being kepi by oureonslahies,
so llml. il may be nexl lo Impossible
for any depredator to enter uur territory und ciiniuill. u crime wit hniil l.e*
Ing delected,  Su far our officers have
earned a spl lid reputation for llieni-
selves as keepers nf lhe pence, and Ihnt
Iheir wholesome influence mny never
be nil..wed In wane, il is lu be Imped
a necessary addition wiil he made In
the force, and constables appuinlt'd al
such puinls as Grand I'i a ilia and
Bmimlary creek, ns well as special
constables for the new towns uf the
llislricl.
What dues il uieau'' This is lhe
quc.-lii.il it| ou llie lips of a large por-
linn of ,,,ur population nl lhe presenl
time—a quest inn very freely made use
uf in discussing Ibe piissiliilily and
probability of lhe new mail conl rail
having ur lia\ ing mil lieen let. Perhaps | eople are a little, hasty in milking enquiry, and yel as I lie lime draws
perilously pi'iir when Ihis new service
slu.uld he inaugurated and iu native
operation, lhey may be excused llieir
anxiety. Tlie Lime limit fur the receipt of lenders by llieilcpaiimenl wns
fixed on lhe 21)1 h of May, and llle lime
sel for lhe new service lo be in operation, Ihe Isl of July. As lhe present
innlllh is fur spent, very lit lie grace
call be given the depiiiiinciiLiuid {is
llie general election comes pli on the
2-i'tl ofllie month, if Mr, Ma. a wishes
..llie support, of the electors nf Southern
Vale, il, behooves bin. lo sec llml no
lime is lost liy I lie govcriiuieul iu
awarding llie cuutrucl In son.e une of
the many individuals who banc sent in
tenders. Tli.' cniuiliy ia greatly in
need uf lbe new service and deserves
it, and if wunl i.s mil received us to lhe
lelting ..I' llie cniilriui hefpi e I he 23l'd
insl,, tin! n lentil nan nf the volers
will you get un polling day, dearly he-
loved John And lew, lnr peuple will
most surely slay at huine, or whal
would be wnise fnc ynu, cast llieir
vnles iu favor ol' ynur oppuucul—Mr,
Hiisluck. ,,
 *	
OCR contempiirary and neighbnr,
the Grand Forks Miner, is evidently a
journalistic pjcate of lhe must pronounced ly|ic, ns in its lu-it issue il,
luok oceasiiiu tu purloin two whole
columns nf iiews from Ihis publication,
uud llit'tl nol being cuiilellt with disregard ing I he ordinary rules uf newspnpei
etiquette", il luui ine iiiidalily lo select ami group the several lleillF under
separate headings, nml niter litem In
its readers us entiling frum special
cnrrespiuulenls in llle several luwns uf
Midway, Grci'iiwnt.d nnd Anncondii.
Our cuntctnporary bad better steal mir
type, presses nml brains al once,
lllld have done wilh il, or give credit
io whom credit is due.
S • 4
MINING   NOTES.
Ilaidly n day passes but a new find
js n-poiiid upon Kruger iuumitiiiti,
and quite a number oi claims are lieing
recorded as a coiiscquuuce.
Mr. I.. II..aslant has inured up lu
l.nng Luke camp', ami is camped upnu
the Jewel lodge, ll.liill Hlllcll claim he
Inlands curving ou Work.
Hvi'i'vihlngls limning full hlasi un
lbe In.Iniuli. .iaiui in liuck creek, nnd
nun thai tcu plpi H bale linn laid ami
(be   11... ■ I   of   Wlllel'   ian.aiMil,     i ll
; uiuie i'lfci live wnrk is lieing dune limn
ever Mure,  The nexl wash-up shuuld
he ii pn.llial.la mir.
In spile nf ilm fad llial surface
Wlllel is Innil.Ir-uiliia .'ibiilll 1,(1 feel lias
been -uul, already uu lb.* Copper, in
Cupper camp, 'lhe shaft, which is to
be sunk down lo a depth of a bundled
feet, is a di ui lile ci im pa tin nail nne, and
is being pul down iu solid una
The Montreal and British Culuuihiii
Prnspecl ing and I'riiuiuling Cumpilliy
have Blurted developing ilm Monarch
eluiin in Greeiiwuiid, uiie uf the prup-
ei tics recently l-umled l.y ihem. The
develiipmeiil will lake Hie liiiin nf a
shaft, whiclf uill be sunk In acnnsiiler-
able ileplh. The same company are
prosecuting wank vigorously on ihe
Snowshoe .villi lhe lllillnohll drill, nnd
lhe iiuld Drop witli baiiil liiliui', und
each .iaiui sjcelus In In* liirning uul
v. ell.
The force nf men  working ut tbe
Cariboo mine. Camp McKinney, bus
been increased In ;il or 115, and yel
everyone finds plenty lu do.
Mr. L, W. Shatford of Fairview is
having*-.! shall sunk nu his claim tin*
lliilignnian un Kruger mnuutuin, and
su Tar us development work has been
carried lhe ore Inidy looks well, ami uf
a very promising character.
Work lias been recommenced on the
North Slur in Long Lake camp, Ihe
waler wbich interfered wilh Ihe wnrk
anil necessitated a ci.ise down, having
partially disappeared, The shaft upon
the claim is down belween 40 and 50
leet, and llie nre laken nut befure the
suspension uf wurk was of au extremely good character.
The Silver Crown property in Fair-
view owned liy Mr. Hlewill lias
changed hands, a strong syndicate
having purchased il recenlly. The
ciuisiilcratinti paid has nol been ascertained, ami ll is uol. known as In
whether the purchaser Intends working the pruperty this siimiuer or mil.
The Silver Cinwn  bus always been
recognized ns being in f the besl
cliiiins In Fairview camp, and it is a
greal pity il {sallowed In lie idle.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, H. 0,
Genepal Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARV PUBLIC.
A-er&xatt  Por%-
The RoYAt. iSstiHANCK C.y.
Tiik London and Lancashire Fikk
Insurance Coy,
Thk Inhokamik ('..v. i.f North
America,
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy.
Thk Sr.v Life Asboranob Coy ok
Canada.
The Dominiih- Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser for thk Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
II. KEYES. Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors uml Cigurs.
First-!'InssSluhliug,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, 11. ('.
.. The Md Drop Boarding oiise
flood Aecoiiiiiioiliition for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C,
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
IVOTIOD.
The Dundee Mim-hal OUiUi
Situated at Providence Camp, In the Kettle
River Mining Division of Yale District.
'TAKK NOTIOK Ural I, Jnnics Sutherland,
1 free miners cciildi'iilnNo. 02188,Intend
sixty ilnys fnnn lho ilnlo hereof, lo npply lo lho
(■old Coiiunissiouei. fm- n eerlllli'iitc ul improve-
inenl for the purpose of obtaining n Crown
Brant for the above minora! cluim.
And | further take notice that adverse clnlniB
iiiusi In. sunt to Hm Mining Recorder and action comhionood before tho Issuance of such
cerl innate of iinprovouioiilH.
Hilled IliiH 20th ilny (.(April, 18110, 8
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of Improvements.
Vi an now purohaso oodar ponol doors, beautifully ...mil' .nnl ftnlshodi wlmlinv siuih,
lulls, shingles nml nil otlior kinds uf I so fiu'iiishiiigs, nt lho Okanagan Sawmill.    Hough nml
dressed lumber constantly on hand,    Ordors from Kottlo Itivor llislricl soliollotl and prlcos
furnished upon apiiifciitloit in
N. II.   Snah uml II 'sal I'nils. Prions, with Sllghl AdvaliiT In eiiver enst of freight.
B.   LEQUIK-E, X'IRtOF.
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptenix Fire Insurance,
EO. A. HAII.  •  R.B3WAY, B. C.
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE   SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AND SIMPLti Ml.Timi)
of mailing milplildo hit.-,, siichns itiokol,
coppor, gold nml silver ores. In localities
whore lend oi'OB mul fuels aro Bonrcr and al*
iii-isi inialt;iiiia!ilc, om jMi'iiic, water jacketed
Mniic Stitoltor luis Wen recognised witli highly
witiafttctory roanlts, and 1ms boon thoroughly
, tested mi vario*.iRpvritictPulpl)idoaiidar80tiiflb
ores, in capacity of 2 in 80 toiiR nf oro per day,
i li Is llie most practical, cheapo and simplest
i meiliodof tfulil antl silver oro mailing and con-
; coiitratfiwtliul is known to-day,
j II requires po cx'.iaorrt.nary nk!!., no load
lores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any
i kind for the smelter after ft I* Btartod. Tlio
sulphur in lliei re is iis mil uml fuel only, and
ils (-tint lias no comparison with any other process of concentrating
VVo me prepared lo furnish any size or capacity pliint cniiplclo lo substantial mining
people, sel ii up nnd furnish our-.mon to run ii
for I hem on easy nnyinonls,   Prices and specili-
ciiii'.iis furnished wilh loforonccs ami lesti-
iininiaUnn application,
National Ore & Reduction Co.
5720Chollonliam Avonuo,St.Lonis,Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
j-lii-l CLiUS.
W P -•—MMnu ■ '--*- BI   -•••'v-"—nTiv*r-"itfrr
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
—LUMBER,
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896
NOTICE.ls hereby given thai 00 days after
date I intend to apply to ilie t'lii.f i.'ohi-
uiiislouer nf Lands aim H'orkBforporinission
to purchase the fui owing described land,
Bitnati'd iu tlio soulliorti portion of HioOsoyooB
division ef Vulc dislriot, in llie Province nf
Brilisli Uulumbla, and Hiiro p-irtit-ul irly do*
scribed as followa: Ail ihuuuocenpiod portion
of llio worn half of section B, township09, and
allilic iinoceupled portion of tho oast half of
section 7 township C9, containing 0 Oacrosjnore
or loss. W, T, rUOMPSON.
.Midwiij. IJ. (!., June !."», 1800, II
S. A. IDIH k d
(Successors to It. N\ Taylor)
Chemists ani Druggists
Vernon, B. Q.
Keep n Hrst-cinss stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Tcilet Article;
"rompt M Careful Attention
 OIVliN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
§p The trade centre of the Grand §*
%M Prairie, Kettle river and Ife
|M Boundary creek mining and g
S agricultural country. cH
m          --i        m
m   , =— — t..   .      m
II Situated at the junction of ^
Si the Boundary creek, Marcus S
H and Reservation wagon roads. §f$
BS Nearest point to the Colville S
• N
m
m$ *.*---*-.■-—■-po
%m reservation mines.
fa LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD M
pn\j--\ F..r prices nnd nil ..iliiiriiif,iniiiii..n apply to
SB C. E. STUART - ■ ■ AGENT
ml
ma,
OARSON, (HiAM) PRAII1IE, li. (
m
[■OBTOPKIOB :n:; 111.
KNIOHT-& CO.
Vernon, 3. C.
Butehers andPopk Paekeps
mil.  ts-,;   -v '
LICENSING COURT,
tilOTIC'K Is horoby given Ilinl Ilia Lloonsliig
IN Cuiirl fur lhe soiuliorn p'orlimi uf tlie
Osoyoos lllslriol, ivill bo Iniil nl llio Govern-
 t .ill;, c. Osoyoos, on
Monday, the 15th June, 1893,
nt iilcvcn nciiick in ilie foronoon.
r. A. II. LAMBLY.
Opvornmoiil Ofllco, Osoyoos, II, U.,
Mil- 8l,|i, IbW. 7
i"i'. sfe ■•(•<
/■ \(!fi|W
s'-V" ;  .   -ft ■   ' ■ '■i'oii-i/i
TAX NOTICE.
Ass.'HNnn'ii* AM nml Provincial
Uovoiiliu T*HXi Koi'k Crock
DivUlon of Ynle District.
NOTICK is-liorobygiven tlmt awiosscd ami
provincial rovonuo taxes far 1800 aro non
due inni payable a' my ofllco, Osoyoos, at the
following rate*!
If paid nu <>r before SOtli June:
Oiio-half of ono percent, nu roal property.
Two por eont, on wild land,
oir-third of ono par ootil, on personal
proporty.
Ono-half of ono por eenl. on Incoino.
U paid on or afler Ist, Inly;
Two-thirds of ono per eont on real property,
Two and ono-hnlf porcont. on wild land,
Onc-lialf nf one   por cent,   on  personal
property.
Thi'03-fotirllui of onu por eenl. mi income
Provincial rovonilO lax, $3,00 per capita,
('. A, It. I.AMHI.V,
Assessor ntnl Collector
Uock Crook Division of Yalo District,
u,,..'„,.::.:.,;. :,Ja»uar; i:;a_.
Hamilton & Mciilllvray,
Proprietors	
Wl'Hl    I'll.ll  Hi' \/
Hi,i*i...|.|| A.'.™...,   VERNON,B.C.
<">
White : Help: Only.
Klrst-rlii'.H in iCvcry Boiipoot.
Kii.i'.v Coinforl nnil Oohvonlonoo,
Froo Una li. ..nil frum Ail Ti'nitiH.
A Cull Solicited,
Stable :  in : Coriricction
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Copper Street, Greenwood City, B. C.
sals       El ib      J^V. 1 1      !_":_ O TO. *i>» E3
C. 81333, li.ANAGER.
F. a JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks ancl Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
vkkmix, n.c
nm~m ■, ■   »■ ut*-1 i I Mi
GRAND PRAIF1IE SAW MILL.
♦
KiiiiuI.   I.llllll.cr
Prom .Itidtii $1^:.
lit.'ssi'il Lumber
Prom to Id to $ IH
Per Thousand.
Send Your Order ta-rt-r-A.-v.-
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wrgons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna,
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
^"UPHOLSTERING*^
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
JTOTIOB.
lin: lliiiitaiici; Ilm- Mi.nkii.ii, Cuim.
sliunic In lhe Ung Lake Cninn. Kellle River
Mining Division of Vale Dlslriol,
TAKH MITICK Mini we, M. J.M.Wd,
1 froo minor's corllllcnte No. iuaa, ami J.
Vi, I'liwcll. tree minor's eerllllTOle No, t&M,
Inlenil, slxly ilny» (inni llu- ilnlu lmrei.l, lo
iililil. In Ilm Hull rmiiiiiMiiiinr roraenrtllliulo
nf Iiii|i|.|ikiiiii.|iI», for lh,. |iiir|,i,N. „| nbuiinInK
a ain,, II ri ami in tl,.; above clllllll
Anil furl Imr toko mil Ice, Unit minimi dulliiK
 "I oo wm in lin: iii.l.l Commissioner nn.l no-
limi "in pod boforo Ilm Inmiince of snub
[Cl'lilll'lllllllf Illl|l|-|1VI!I11UI||H.
Dateil tills S7t_ilaj-of April. Mm. 8
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato   of  liiipi-avuiucitts.
NOTICE.
Tun I,i:xi.n(it..s Misku.u, Cum.
Sltualo In Central Camp, Kettlo River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICK tlmt I. John A. Cnrvoll, ae
agonl for .1. Taylor, free hilnor's cerl illcalo
Nn. 1.-141. nml Goo, \V. Itninlinr^cr. frno nilncr'a
pprtHlealo Nn. 02181, Inlenil, sixly ilnys fnnn
llio tlnto horoof, to apply to tbo Mining liooorttor
forncerttlioatoof Improvdmeiitii, f.r the pnr-
poso of obtaining a Rroivn gmnl to Iho nbovo
cluim.
Ami furtlior take nullir Hint notion,under
scciii.n :i7. musl lm commenced befure llie is-
siiiiiii... uf such ccrlitlciito of iitiie-iiveiiicnle.
Dnlod tills Mill day of May. tin 1,1
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Coi'tificato   of   liii|ii-ovi>iiiriits.
KTOTIOE.
Tub Qoi.DKN lini, Minhiiu. Claim.
Situate In C.ntral Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale Distriet.
fAKH NOTIOE Unit (.John A. Coryoll, i.»
1   agonl for .1. E. |l..ss, five miners cortili-
iii I a Nn. (illll, lnlollll. sixty ilnys (rum the date
horoof tonpply tu Ibo Mining rouorderfor n
...... lllriilo ni liiiprai'Dinoiits, (or Hm purpun of
obliilnliiK a I'riiirn granl iif lho above elalui.
Ami fiirlber Ink.' notice llml aeiiiiu. under
Boolion 117, must be ootnuioitccd bofor.iliio.lB-
su.ineeiifsurlii'erlill.»li'..fim-jr.irciiioiile.
Uatal this*!7thiny of May.lSu.
MINEfiAL ACr, 18&I
Gertlllcate  of   Improvements.
KOTICE.
TlIK N..N Sn ii MtNiaiAi, Cuim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettlo River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICK thnt I.W. T. Smtlli. (roe
miller's oertlBcatii Nn. WOI, as agent (or
tlio llopublle Mining Co., Inlenil. sixty daja
frum tlio ilnto hereof, in npply tn lho Mining
ili'i'imler for a eonillcaio of improvements, for
tho piirposo of i.l.lnliiiiig a Criiwn grant of tho
abovo linlni.
And further lake notice that action, under
sootlon 37......sl bo col ncoil before lbe is-
Bllillico of *iich ccrlillculirnf iniprovenicnts.
Iliueil lllis iilh day of May, IkW. 13.
"_.. —a,,, -
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without, Irrigation'.
All Trees [nspooted Before Leaving the Nursery
bPOK A N Ii   F ALLS,
V, O,   Mux  r.M'J. U'lisliiiiyloil
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Iniproveiiients.
KOTIOl .
Tim Last Cii.nck Minkuai, Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE lhat I. W. T. Smith, (reo
miners cci-lilliate No. 711*111, iw agonl for
tin- Itepnhllc Mining Co.. Intend, sixty days
tintii lho dale horoof, to apply lo (he Mining
ill rdor for a oertiflcato of Improvements, for
the purpose of obttiinliig a Orown grunt of tho
nbovo dlaim.
Ami (nrtlior Inlia iinlira llial. action, under
seolion :i". musl bo comniQiiooq beforo tbe Is-
BUaiico of such oorrlneulii of iniprnvi'iuciils.
Ilillcil Ihistmh day nf Mny, Is'.,!. 13
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint, slxlv days
.iliiriinlc, I ililenil In niiiili In the chief
CiiliilniM.il,ner nf Limits ni al \\ nrks ftn- per-
iiilsslnii In purchase lhe follnmng ilisciibod
Innil. siliiatcil In lhe pnuthorn piii'liiiu of
Osoyoos  ilivisinn   n(   Ynle  llislricl   In lho
I'rovh if lliitish Ciiliiinl.in: C'liiiiniciiciiigat
a -ink,- iiania.1 otii. Dllltor, ninili .vest enmor,
niljiilnlng Hm  ali enst enrnor of lho Unrk
llorso inliieriil olnlm, inljuiniiig nn pre*eiii|illi.n
1 olalin, being portion nlsiiullnn 11„ um-nslilp 70,
ll'csl nf the slxlh a ail liieiiiliiin, lliiiiicosolltll
aii.|iallisliilli.*«„ilbh„uiuliiry nf Bald sccllon
| line, llieliiseciiHllHli.liiilnsiiliingKiii.lseolliiiillun,
tliciici'mirth Ti.iuiliis, llionoo vi'onl L'tlclmliis,
1 lli-iii*. smith aielialiis, thonoo .vest SI chains lo
I lh.' I*..'" "'(   l l.i'cmeul ilalnlli- um
ncros mora or lorn. uttii lill.i.iuii.
Hiilcil Ibis lltli ilny nf Mm, Mil. 12
25 bars soap Si .00
1 pound coffee i 10.25
1 pound tea dust So. 15
Dry salt bacon per pound      $0.13
Send us your mail orders and you will
Save Money.
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
CARSON
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
NOTIOK I- liproby glvon Hint. Hlxty dnj-H
nfiar dnLo T tiitemita nm.lv intitnCliiiif
romimffilanoro. l.,in.l- ,1ml Wm-b for iMirmtH-
si.hi lu iiiirrluiHi ihr full.iwiiiff ttoflorlbcfd land,
--ii nni nl in ilie BDii.horn portion of iliuUrinyuii-i
Dlvlalniiof Viilt? Dlflirioti in ilu* Provlnoo of
HrlijBliColiiinlilft!
i'liiiuii.'iii'iii:: ,11 lliiniiirlli-we-il. coriicr of Otlo
DHIIor'fl pro-oniplion olftim, tlicnco 'nnrih 20
(ih/lilin, IlicnuociiHl 10 cliiiins, llicncc Boulh 20
I'lmiiis, tin-lief wc"! 10 clmiiiH tn liic iihu-o of
cniiimcmrmciii, liciiiK I lie north Imlf of Mm
HQUllMvoat qnnrtor nf section ti, township71),
fontiiiniiiK 811 acrofl innru or toRS,
J, W. HUGH WOOD.
Ditiod May 57,1800, 12.
NOTICE.
'I'liii'lj'fliijs uftcr dnte I intcnil tn make tit>-
pllonl ion tn tllO Chief ('oininisslnnci' of Limls
nntl WorkB for pormientoli to out nml carry
away and manufaotiiro linilmi* from lho fo'low-
hiK(loaorlbotl liimln: boKllinlttgatft jwhI nhont
forty chuliiH DOBt nf Hniind Luko Riili'li nn
Kliolt creek, riiiiintu*; mhiiIi forty oIirIdb, thenco
wobI IWOohalnB. tliencii norlh «n elmiiw, thonce
ensl. tdclmiiiH, Ihenetisnnlli (tl elmins. thonoo
enst llii)cliiiiiisln,st,u*iini/ point. Locfttod this
lllh day of Mnv, IM.
i JOSEPH ruAXK: LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. Black, lawyer nf Greenwood, returned from Vernon nu Friiluy, wheiP
he had lieen atlendiiiK the Assize
Cuurt
Messrs. Miller Bros., formerly of the
old cnuntry, and lute of Spokane, have
started n watchmaking and jewelry
business at Greenwood, (hereby filling
a long felt want.
Anaconda's inhabitants was increased hut week liy the arrival of Mrs. A.
R. Tillman nud family from Butte,
Mon., who came to join Mr. Tillman,
Who is the proprietor of the local sawmill,
Mr. Flood, a California!! milling expert, and Mr. Guildhall, jr., of San
Francisco, spent a few days iu our
camps lasl week, and then proceeded
on to the Okanagan. They intend
visiting Kruger mountain, Fairview,
Camp Howell, and other camps before
returning home.
One of lhe men working at Aiiuct.n-
da saw-mill immeil Iticliiiiilsou met
with a very soriuiis acci.lenl the beginning uf lust week, ns whilst winking
ui.ililiil llio saw lie accident ly gul, his
liiual caught ill lhe suine, and so luiilly
was it Injury-) il wus nearly seveied
frum llle arm.
Al Aiiacniidu Messrs, Miller k Law
art. opening up a general merchandise
store, the building for which is Hearing
completion. The llrui Is compose,, of
pushing business men, of large experience in Pi.rtliind mid ul her coast town
and nu doubt llieir fnmiiiiirity wilh
(rude will ensure I hem a guod patronage in the new li.wu and neighborhood,
Mi, L. W. Shui find came down from
Camp McKiuuey on Thiusduy and
tnnde a I rip over to Grand Prairie. Mr.
Shatford's ninny friends were glad lo
greet lain afler his absence iu lhe east
iur several mouths, He reported
evcrvihiiig running sui.iollily at (lamp
McKinney, and a lurge number of
prospectors in the hills ihere, and al,
Fainiew and Kruger inoiiutaiii.
Those luteresl,*d in the welfare of
the Advancr will lie pleased lo knuw
thill llie click of llie piesses can now
lie heard in a I.rami new anil more colli*
itindious premises, recenlly built upon
READY FOR^JUSlNESS!
To the Miners and Prospectors of Boundary CreekDistrict:
T beg to announce the opening of my new store at Anaconda, H.C. (?)
t with a large and well-selected stock of general merchandise, (•)
suitable for the needs of the country, and where I will be in a posi- •)
tion to give my best attention to the large and growing trade with (•
which 1 am now favored, and of which I hope to merit a continuance, Having done business among you for the past two years,
it is hardly necessary for me to introduce myself further than to
state that all orders intrusted to my care will be fillep at the lowest
(•)   possible prices consistent with quality.   Youus for Trade, (•)
J. McNICOL - - ANACONDA, B. C.
Mr. Lanibly nf Osoyoos paid Boundary creek a Hying visit lbe past week
on official business,  lie returned home.
on Sunday,
Mr. (I. I) lering representative of
lhe Vancouver Brewery Is soliciting
imlers throughout Ihe district, and is
meeting with gnnd success,
Mr, A. 1). Worgiin, lute uf Vermin,
has creeled a nice pla if business nl
Greenwood (lily, and Intends trying
his luck among lhe camps and in the
neighborhood,
Mr. J, Weir, together with a party
of friends, mining capitalists, came into Boundary Fulls au Monday Inst,
since which lime lhey have been looking over pioperties in the neighborhood.
Mr. H. N. Taylor, wilh his cousin
Mr. G. B. Taylor, and a friend it' Mr,
Fisher, came dnwn on Friday's slag.',
and are now at the Boundary Hotel,
Mr, Taylor after Ihi.roughly looking
over the district will start in business
ut some cnnvi'iiii'iil point.
Mr. P. B. Nelson nf Oiirantl paid Midway a visit on Wednesday list, return
lug the same day, Mr. Nelson reports
the 0. S. mail running regularly there
Iwice a week belween Marcus and
Nelson, Wash., und proving quite a
liniiii In the prnspecl ors and others on
the rescrva llnil,
A ll hough Ihere are Ihree saw-mills
on Boundary creek nt llie present
lime, vet, su brisk is  lhe demand  for
THE FASHION
./P-S/UiE-SJ/IBjES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hind Oood Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
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A NEW GENERAL STORE.
Currying Dry (funds, Groceries, Ilnnls nod Siloes, Pernio
Made Clothing. Miners' Supplies, Flour Huron, (.aid,
Ki.., On   Hind  AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES,
A Harness and Saddlery
Di'purtiiH'nl hns lum (trifled- .vIhtc- p?p.*y.fifii*_( in Ihal
Hn" "ill i,c i „l.   REPAIRING SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
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THE
PIONEER ■ HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C
We have jusl opened lhe above holel at Greenwood (lily, and tire prepared
in welcome gnosis and provide good uccoiiiim).-]iilion. Good Catering, Flrsl
class Livery Stable,
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
lhe main sheet of Midway by the
pioprietor.  A cull is   solicited from jlniliber, II Ir impossible lo gel a hoard
patious, visilors und olhers, as well us j t<> l'n-~l » he"* roup wiihoutHist
delinquent subscribers, whose number,, in. «• nmi'lgage nil the siinie
we*am pleased lo say, is gradually Is yet In the log
glowing bountifully less, which shows; ing material re
that times are ou the mend, and pr
RA-ESC'S   HOEH   2__\©"1_ 23Z_.
LUMBY, B. (1.
First-Olnss Accommodation for Guests. G 1 Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.
XiO-ulIs E£ox*a.xxdL, Fi?op.
I.
seen
few
was
perilv uol far dislniit.
The liuest six horse leani ever
in Midway, and I here an. not a
imssing lhrough li.wu at present.
(lie oue Mr. VV.  (..miner
came 111 wilh on Tuesday Inst, luui
wiih   freight   from  Penticton,   The j
hoi-ses, four sorrels and two bays, were
raised at Douglas lake, by the Douglas
Lake Oat tie Ctiii|;iili.Y, und mo <:ei'-|
tainly  beautiful animals.   The   four
snrrels attracted  particular attention
as lhey weie so evenly and splendidly
iiintch.ii.
A party recently arrived fii.in Montreal claims Ihal Mr. Mclntyre and Mr,
Iteyiiulds will visit. Fairview during
,he summer. Mr. Mclntyre is one of
the   heaviest   shareholders   in    Ihe
I'lir-
whllst il
Thedeiirl.h nf build-
nils lhe development
of the whole llislricl.
The pi>sl-i._i"ent ('irswi has been
transferred fnnn 0. U. Nelson's store
(..thai of Mr. Driscoll, and for the
future Air. Driscoll will undertake the
of Vernon ,<*"l'''s °' I'osl-miistcr. The change wus
II j inuili' necessary owing to lhe fact that
' Mr. Nelson intends shortly to take, n
trip to lhe old rnimliy, and when lining so lie may remain away some length
of time,
I Mr, Walter Adams of Montreal, ar-
! lived in Midway on Thursday lust and
I will remain a week nr two. Mr. Adams
has just returned frum Arizona, and
! upun leaving here will proceed to Ihe
j Slncan country, where large mining
I operations will l.e entered inlo upon
I Ihe property owned Ihere by Cupt,
j Adams, and which is now bonded to a
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kin's nf Wnrk Kxcruleil In the Sallf-
fniti.... i.f Customers.
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FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
i
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RENDELL fi* CO.!
Tobacco, Punned  Fruits, Evaporated   Fruils, Jams, Jellies, (liinnei
Vegetables, Etc,   Picks. Shovels,  Union.ns. Saws. Nails,
Anvils. Bellows, Jessnp Steel,  Etc. Fresh  Eggs
uud Butter, Hums uud Bacon at close prices.
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls
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HALF WAY	
V-ON'.^.
KETTLE RIVER
vjietu-kkn.^
Marcos and Boundary Creek Points
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
-STAGE .STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
UOOD STALLING Best Brands Lipors sod Cigars
Camp Fairview. E*. C.
... . ,   ,,     ,,      i Colorado syndicate,
Strathyre Mining Co., and Mr.  Rey**,   Mr. W, B. Ptiton, sr„ of Spallnm-
nulds, it will be remembered, was the
gentleman in charge at une  time at
Faiaview when they wen carrying nn
active ' mining operations.   Everyone
will lie glad lo see thein bolh, ns ilis
believed if lhey visit the camp, it, will
he for Ihe purpose of seeing what, can
he done with the pruperty.
A largely signed petition has been
forwarded to the postal department,
praying fur a post-office lu be established at Anaconda, the new town
upon Boundary creek, and as lbe town
is growing rapidly and will, no d.nil.l,
cheen, who has heen sojourning w>th
his son at Greenwood City for a few
weeks past, returned home on Tuesday
last.   Mr. Paton wlm is an enthusiastic'
! believer in Brilisli Columbia's future is
very uuicli taken with Ilm Boiindiiiy
creek cnuntry, and is thoroughly convinced that the mini's of Ibis section
will l.e awny Ihe best ill Ihe province
us sunn us properly developed,
Mr. Alfred Posl ill of Vernon was a
visitor among us last week. Mr. Post-
ill, who is this year secretary of llie 0.
k ti. Agricultural Sociely, never loses
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ThmiKh dn mil fall to lake ail vantage of
tilts rather limited opportunity, nnil
have ynur 1'hoto laken while youlntve
tlmt opportunity uf obtaining n true nml
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' I Ami n ..cully Iluislieil picture. .1. II.
_ a, Agi ivi inni,it u"i»-.y,   in-,.,   ,...-,, s _	
continue tn grow, nod as it is centrally | tj,e opportunity t«ndvance lhe society's Stormorisn proftolonl workman In his
located with  respect  l« Ihe several | ■mU.lvsis, itm| will no doubt secure a
mining camps, Ihose who pray flint f,,„. lm,m.„,,,a j„ tii,js lower country.
such a convenience he granted -hem i Bl,illK   lln    ex_remel,v    progressive
lilui'
inar-
have every right to expect lhat  th**  t-anc-liei', Ml-. Postill   is making
Dominion Governmenl will look favoi-| s(,|f f,ullj|;m. wj,,|, ,,i„, _'0|,e „f Lh,
ably upun their request, nnd furnish
thut which Ibey nsk without nny im-
ni'cessiiry delay.
Mr. Sussiunn. llio official mining engineer nf llie C. P. It,, bus lieen milking
an llivesilgiitli.il nf some of our cuinps,
luiikittg lo Ihe exl.oil und vnluo of lhe
ore bodies, uud gaining general informal Inn as tu lhe mineral resource*, of
the districl, Muiiy propeii loa have
been sampled by biin which will be assayed upun Ids rclurn lnhend-i|u.irl.crs.
The 0. P. It. has no inure useful tie*
paituienl In ils whnle system than thai
which Is presided over liy Mr. Suss-
man, and the fad thai the company
has such an official, reflects gfeiil credit
upnu lhe innniigcini'iil.
Mr. George Oullel, representing 'he
Dose Hill nursery nf Vmienuvrr, canvassed the llislricl. llio pasl; week and
claims lo have hnd good success In selling slock for fall delivery. A countless
number of fruit tress will be set. nut in
this section from now on, as every
rancher is imbued wilh a determination to test lhe capabilities of our valley nnd bench hinds for fruit bearing
piirpnses. From the gratifying results
aliening the present stock setonl.veiy
little doubt need be entertained but
thatiilmust,any kind of frtiil will succeed well in lhe Kellle Kiver valley,
and why not.? The allilude is nothing j
out of the way, only 1800 feet, soil MELVILLE-To lhe wife of. Mr, Mel
good, wnter plentiful, and a climate | villi- of Midway, on Thursday Insl
unsurpassed,
i production, ef art, und lomriuilees per
'. foot sntisfileliiill.   Cabinets only S.1.IH).
California Gallery, Midway,
A CARD.
to
)eg to give notice
and Intending
kds for faun produce here, wit ha view
In catering to the suine, if pussilile.
Mr. \V. T. Thompson returned frum
Ihe ennst tin Monday Insl, nnd reports
much enquiry helng tnnde there as to
the mining prospects ef III'' liuundiiry
creek scdioti, which is allrading very
considerable attention ou aiTi.uiil  of
lhe li ber of claims  being  Infilled,
tiie new luwns springing up. and the
cninpiinies wliniiri. now operating in
the camps.  Mr. Thompson -vnsfiirlnn-
ale in nicding rt'presonlalives of sev*
era) strong syndicates, who expressed for sonic tinii
a determination I., pay a visit lu thi1
section dining the summer.
Superintendent   Hussey, Chief  ->f|eljgjk|e for registration atthe
Provincial Police, Is milking an official
tour of lhe district, ho having conie in
on  Friday's   stage  fnnn   Peiiliclon.
This is Mr. Hussey's first visit  to this
sectiun, and In say that he is ml her J fact so that il direct contrad
astonished al ils extent and Importanci
is lu make a rather mild assertion.
Spoken lo ns lo the advisability of the
Government making snnio improvement upon the main trunk road between here and Peiiliclon, the Chief
considers lhat certainly something
should be done, so Ihnt Irnvel may
he expedited, and that without any
delay.
Geci'go Ed winds - - Proprietor
AT THE«»	
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
• You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Centrally Located Slopping Place lor Three DUierem Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate,
No
Best Brands Liqnors and Cigars
iw_ Stabling.
hereby
purchasers
nirchascrs of (ireeuwooil City
ols, that I am, and have heen
>ast, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligi
Registry Office at Kamloops.
I desire to make known this
-. >«. —
110I1N.
the Hih Inst,, iidaughtei
tion bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
in the above townsite
R. WOOD,
Grei'UwniulCilv, H.C, Mnv IH. 1800.
HOCK CHEEK HOTEL . , .
mouth ni' noon orkek,
XX.    PiU,,.,,l.-lKh,   TO|»--x-.
KlUHT-Cl.ASS   A.'COMMIUIATION   mil  IICKS'I'S.
GOOD STABLING
.-.'Kxi.iilli.nl fishing on Kettle Illver. tn
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Piiotonraplier
VKRNON, II. 0.
VIEWS OF   THE  DISTRICT   FOR   SA1.E.
■        '  Tffawir-i—r ^^———r-~—T—rmrm
J. W. KICR1),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    nU-Km
GREENWOOD
CITY-*-
Is 1 heCentrnlTmvii|iitiilSupply Pnliil nfllieBniinditi'Y
(icek Mining Camps.   Friuii this New Town muds
lend In lhe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
I/>ls nre SelliiiK Freely nnd are .. Onnd investi I,
Fur Price nf Lilts nnd Olher Informali.111, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwiiud (
Or Apply in Agents,
C. F. COSTERTON,
ly, lluiiiid.iv Creek, H. Cl
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A.   D    BURNKTT,
A.   K. Sn
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VV. B. PATON
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Gveext'wood  Cilbsr.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
PADMOKE &
-   VERNON,
PEEKS    -
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THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
\V, I.AI.RYMPU*
Gronoral     73IacJi:Hiii,t]i
PAIRVIEW, II. C
All   Kinds of Repairing".   Horscshoeln. n
Speelnlty.
GKEO.   EL   1_-&T&&XTX*3E3,
BLACKSMITH   AND  WHEELWIIIGHT.
H0RSESH0EIMG   ANO  GENERAL.  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel. FAIRVIEW. B. C. YOU  NEVER  CAN TELL.
nv iai.. wheeler Wilcox.
Ymi never cnn tell wlieii ynu send n word--
Like nn uiih', shot from a Imw
lly tu arelter blind  lie il eruol ur kind,
.lllst where it will cliauce tu go.
Il uiny pierce.tbo breast of your dearest friend
Tipped Willi its p lisuii nr liniiii;
T.i n strntigor's lionrt, in life's great tnai t,
It umy curry its pain or its calm.
Y.iu novor est! nil whon ynu du uu net
Just wlinl tlie result will lie ;
Hut willi every deed you nre sowing n seed,
Though its linrvest ynu may nut see.
K nil kindly aot is uu Acorn drn|i|ird
In (lints produoUvosol]:
iii.iugli ynu may nni knuw. yet tlie tree shnll
itmw,
Anil slielier the brows Unit toil.
Yoll never cm lell what ynur tli.iiii*iits ..ill tie
lu brinniiiK ymi hato nr lovo:
Fur lliiiuglils ure tilings, iiiiiI llieir niry wings
Are s.vilter Iluin currier liuves.
Thoy follow il.e lew of tho universe—
Karl, llilng musl eronto ils kind—
And tiiey spool! o'er Il.e truck lu lain, ynu bftok
Wliulccl' went mil frum your mind.
Munsle's Mngiinlue.
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TO  ENLARGE THE  TACOMA  SMELTER.
Over $260,000 lo Bo Expended In Increasing the Plant.
Manager W, It. Rusbuf theTuiinnti
Kindling uud lleiliiiug einupuiiy, bus
relumed fl on, New Ynrk, whore he
Hindunrrnugeineuts in prneure $250.-
000 in be expended in iii.ikiiiu till) Til-
i'iiiiiii smeller une lift lle largest in tlie
United Still es. Two new sluoks six
musters und a refinery are lo l.e linlil,
Increasing llu* rapacity "f the plant
over 21)0 tuns a day. Trail creek alone,
tlle niuniig.Tways, will shlpSOOInus a
day on the completion of lhe extension
uf ibe Spokane Fulls uml Nmiliern
whicli Mr. Ci.rbin i.s rendy liiciniiiueiuT.
 .«-.	
Recent cable udvices frum Lnndon
show that there is un hand less than
two ninnlhs' supply of nipper, and
llml bulb London uud Purls ure inking
all they cnu gol li ild nf. It. now seems
possible f.r copper to go 12 cents iu
lhe i.e.. fiil.u...
 4 + 4	
The Nelson Tribune, cuiuiuentiiig
upiili the ilecisiuii given by Chief Justice Davie in llu* Paris Belle case,saysi
"The dccisiim is regarded by milling
men generally ns very vague nnd in*
di'lluiie, inasmuch us il fails to stale
upon what grounds Ihe location uf iho
Paris Helle was declared illegal, and
leaves the public completely at sou ns
to how lu Iiinke u legal luentlun in lhe
confines of Mr. Cm bin' hind grant,
Actjuilitltiltli'es nf Chief .lust ice Duvie,
win. huve known hin. fur years, arc of
the opinion that he bus tin, ability to
illll O mail.' bulb uf lliese | nilila liiaia ill
Ilis decision hud ho felt so Inclined,
Taking iulu I'linsldi'i'iilion the fact Hint.
Ihis decision, which hns been anxiously
li inked funis ii guide In go hy, leaves
bul Utile sulisfucliiiu In uny une.   Ill
fuel, it is ti disappointment,as il.leaves
the question of Ibo rights of lhe miner
and Ihe ruilroud unsettled,   Ilis one
llml will  be appealed, und  the cuse
should be curried to llu* privy council,!
for  if lbe dccisiim   is gond  law,  ill
simply melius thul llio laud grunted lot
aid the building oi rill I WHYS—lllld mil-!
lions uf acres have been sn grunted—
is llle suine ns binds that nre occuplt.ll
iiiid cultivated ns fauns nnd gardens.
" 'lbe Pails Belle iiiii.nnl eluiin was!
located by Nick Jerry io December,
IUU, The I..culiuu adjoins Russland
nnil is within iho buuiidaiies uf n blnck
granted lhe Nelson nnd Fori .Sheppnrd
Railway rninpnny liy ils land grant
act, ISII2, seel inn H of whicli reads I
I. Nothing iu tins act, und nu grant mode
lioreuniliT, sliull tie construed to Intorfero willi
Iree ininers entering upon null Boni'ullillg fnr
precious meliils mul acquiring claims, in uc*
c.irdaiice .villi Il.e mining laws i.f (lie provlnoo, j
In lhe spi iiig i.f 181)6 Nick Jerry sold
the Paris Belle mineral cluim to pur-j
lies win.owned lho Pari- Belle Mining'
company, nnil proceedings were afler* i
wards soon commenced by lhe Nelson
and Furl Sheppard Rallwuy company ;
to declare lhe loco I ion Invalid, and j
Chief Jusl ice Duvie, in su fur us he can
do ll, has so (Iceland.
"Allhoiigh Ihe decision has been!
rendered, n cupy of it bus mil yel. appeared in prinl. Tlie chief justice, I
il is said, holds llnil lho Nelson and
F.ui Sbepi'iiid railway is untitled tn
lhe exclusive use nud pussesslon uf
seel Inn 115, township 11, I'uuleiiny (lis-!
trict."
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('iiiomerciiil  job  priming   nl   Tun
AUYANL'IS,
Dominion Daj
CELEBRATION!
-AT-
ANACONDA
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Wednesday, July 1,1
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Up wards of $20 .toll, (liven A way
Horse Races, Foot Races
Ladies' Foot Race
And nl her sports will take place
A GRAND BALL
At lhe new Hotel Anne.iulu will be
belli in lbe evening. For further pur-
tii'iilars and schedule of spurts
23ee    Posters,
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, ll C.
Estimates furnished upon ap-
prication for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime ancl other ma-i-M
terial kept constantly on hand. figaj
m
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -       Goed Stabling.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
Q. O. SHUkSON, rop.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash. •
KERR BROS.
A ——BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat ilulivuroil al Ifjck Cruck iind all the
Mining Ctom ps,
Armstrong & Lauder
The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeoada, B. G.
I Selli^r.w-^
Mi'deary ntoel Hinges, witml cook stoVGS, null cook Rtovefi- parlor otovci, box store**
minors' eamp stoves, or any stove yon want, yllverwaro, gnuiiteware, crockery ware,
glassware, wooden war 0, tinware of all kinils, toilet sel«. hardware of fill kinds,
cutlery, forks and spoons, Daisy churns, Sew Williams Hewing machine:, wringers
washing machines, window shades,
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
That woro Awarded tl.c Kohl modal iit llu- Chicago World's (nir iu IW)3,
Furnace Work.   Steam   and   Pipe  Fitting,   Iron   Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lines,
What it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
Al W. ,1. Ariusll k'8| One 21-iucli bellows complete, 1 40*p,niiiil suvil,
1 shovel, I pick (any kind), I spauu, 1 drill hummer, I blacksmith's hummer, 1 lH-iuch drill (eii her i, I or one iniill. 1 80-Inch drill (ell her}. ' ur 1
inch), nil fur the sum uf (52a, m■ ,-inyt liinjj else u miner Hunts. Jcssup's
steel unly used in drills. Send ynur rush ivilh the uriler. If y.ni nre mil,
iu I he cily .send order for gl'iicut'ies, us il will be llllcd. 1 will supply nny
lllllIK ynu ualll,
Armstrong k Luiler, llie 11 ii'Jwirj, Tin and Stovo Mon, Anaconda,
Pentieton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
XSTicslLellos   £a   Benouf,  1***1.
'Vic-fcox-'i.EL,   B.  O.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
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stSSH
Showing the Dftten and Place* of Courts
of Assize, Mul Prtuft.Oyor andTonn liter and General -Unol Delivery for the
year 1S1XI.
81'ltINO ABBIZKS,
Xanainio Tuesdny, Stli May
N'ew Westmislcr Tuesday, I2tli May
Vancouver Tuesday, iiiih May
Clinton Monday. 231 h May
Victoria Tuesday, 2UU) May
Ktimloops Monday, Iki .1 une
Vernon Monday, 8tli .1 une
*Xelson   Monday, l.itli .1 une
"Doimld Monday, 22ml .lum:
•Special Assize.
T. ELLIOT
General - Merchant
SOLE AGENTS FOIt
Brantford § Binders ® and ® Mowers
TIIK IIKl-T IN TIIK MAHKIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be,, be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERMIN.
C. F. Costerton, Agent.
el,
Fairview, B. C.
•       UlUUU       1UU1U)
*M. I.'. B'OI.Q*feB, lJU()l"IMI.;'r()K.
B. IJ.
Largest ani Best-AssortGd Stoek
-IN THE-
\ SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
\        FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
£S &
ip
c
RESERVE.
KOOTENAY AND YALE DISTRICT.
NoTH'K is hereby given that, in puraitauco
of lhe iinivisiuiiH of Hit: '-Columbia anil
Wc-ltcril Kailway Suhhidy Art, lOflU," lhe lands
rtihmlcd within Lho Following buiindui'lcn am
resrrved from wale or pro*otniii inn, viz.:
Cointuoiiutlig at lhe norlli east corner of
TownHliip Kighl A \Xa), Koiiu-nay LUmrict,
whicli is.iImmIi.' north east cornor of Hlnck 12,
granted to tlio NVIkiiii and Kurt Hhcppiwl Ituil-
wny company hy L'rown granl datedMh Alaivli.
189a; thonoo due north ii intlea, thonco duo
west iftj uiih h, thonoo due soul II ti mi es, thonoo
dm* cant in milt's, thenco duo mnitli it; miloH
thoiicodur east is miles, more nr leas lotho
placi'uf beginning! alftn that portion of land
doscribod m coimiioiicing til the said north oant
corner of Mlui'k 12, lhem-c due m-i lli miles,
thonoH due south to the intinintii.tiii] bounl-
ai'.v; ilienee west almig said boundary Hi miles,
thonoo norlli in (he place of lir-^innitig.
OKO. It. MAi.TIN.
Clilof Commissioner nf Lands and Work*.
Landsniid Works Dopartmont,
Vieloria, H.c,7th May, IBM, 8
FOR SALE
BEftVOUklj-t JtOJli
*, V ftftift-ft ,,
Y''"\i\K •'->'* *>>
•W   .       V* \"*     .■ - ^-b
utt.
OKANACAN MISSION, B. C.
! CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NOTICK ll hereby given that tho rmrrvn-
lion which was placed
k placed on the nnrtli'WQHl
i nuartor Section 88, nnd Roitth*woil rjimrlor anil
i R'liitii half of uiirth-wi'Kt qunrler 'if SontlnnlB,
' lu Township "II, Ortiiyoim IlivlHlon of Vale Mis-
Thia Ik a Hplcildlill.V  finished bouse in-dilc  tl-lot, liotloo wlioreof tt'Ol publbbrd in tlio
and mil. almost new, with good nlablo and mil   Britlali Columbia UtwoLlo, nnd dated llth July,
building*, is eotiLmlly located In tbo vnlloy i iso,'), Uvnttcolloil.
Mid command* n good Inulo,   It ntniids on lie' \V,S.QOitK,
own grenndf. nf two ond a half oorca lnoxtent,    Deputy Coinmlwilotiorof LamNnHd Worko,
ami isa gooi] Invoslmoiit, . Lands and Works Doparliiinnt,
Vietorla, II. C'„ Kith Mareh, ISIHi.
HOUSE AND CA^IAGE PAINTING
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
KALSOMINING
Cirnntl  P'orkH unci Midway, R, C,
Prcsreetors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Grand Forks, II. C, Below tlie Brldfite,
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Harscs
Hay, Grain and Wood for Salo.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
I
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery aad Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
: BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY. KETTLE RIVER,
Irirsi Cliiss A.-ciiiii]iiii,l.il ilm.   liniiii Stubling,  TiTinliius of Stngo T.i.K..
liniii Marcus, Wnabiiifrton.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tie Kettle Biver ta Line
Running over tho IRA 11. BCJTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays al 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foics
on Fridays, at 6 p.m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. ra., arriving at Ponticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REAS0NARLF.
M. MIU.KW,     -      Prop,,     -      Grand Forks, B. I
mn    ' ■    -r.-w*^,.,,'. m,_,_^'i^-- *..,*«■..:"*'—^.  «^	
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAIISON, KKTii,:: RIVER. »• 0,
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Tlilf l.nlliliiiK ia I iv.i Plorcj'B tiiuli nnil Btandi
on lis own gmiinil o( Imlf un acre in oxtoiit nml
\* in n eomniniiillng IiurIiioiu im-iii'in.
Km. Tkump Ari'LYTn
II. XICIIOI.SON,
OiiAN'AOAy
£k
■Ss?s**a
1 t[  W-i\-'ft\ c
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
BittinsK of tlio Comity Court of Yule ..-ill lie
hol.l.'n n.a follows:
Al Mlilivuy, July IS, lHim.
AtOaoyi Inly is, 1800.
At lho lion-of eleven o'clock in llie forenoon
llyiiiiniiiiiiiil.       C. A, 11. LAM1ILV,
Qovoi'lllllOlll IHU.'... llaiiyiiiiK, |(. ('. f,
'Ilny Hill, ISM. II
KSTAIII.lSIII'.ll   IMW.'I.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
".irnn.xi'. i.'ak.m,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Ouu Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trues Free from Pests.
PRUIT   AM) OBNAMHMTAt TRUES,  PLANTS ANI) VINES,
Send for Free Catalogue.   \   V.. Hutcherson, Manager,
Ha-Ho, to tte Bonniary Creek lines!
 THE (1IIAN1) FORKS, MARCUS ANI) MIDWAY	
S-fczig;©   aizxd   Express   Lizxe
liil-in Het ivoon Marounniid (iriinil Forknllaily, Icnvlntr Mnri-us ami (Iranil Korku nl 7 a. 111,
Lcnves (Iriin.l Forks for Mtllwn**, Miin.lnys. Weilnesrlnys nn.l Kriflnyn nt " fl. ....
I,enves Miil.vny for lli-nnil Folks nnil Mnrens,1i'ii(.siliiys,ii]ii|.H(inys unit Sntniilnyp. 7 a, m.
GOOD   STAGES
BBASOJTABI.E   XIA.TX1S
MANLEY k AVKU1LL, PltOPRIBTORS
GRAND FORKS, 13. 0,
Situate in tho Immediate Vicinity of tho I!o.inii,;ry Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection,
mclaren bros.     ....     proprietors.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.    Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts,
W. Gardner, Proprietor,

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