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 THE ADVANCE.
)
Vol. IV, No. 12.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY *, 1896.
V
$2.00 per Year.
. FALL GOODS.
Graemes, Dry Goods, Boob and Shoes.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
Wo havo jHBtrccoivi.il our Vail and Winter Stock of the abovo ami are
Rolling N.nit! at very low prtons.   Ho liofore purchasing your winier BUppllOS lie
niiro and give u_ n call and be convinced that our j-rluoi. aro tlio
Lowest ixx the Maxrhce-t
W. T. Shatford & Co. I
Fairview, Camp Me Kinney and Vornon.
II
W.
M. COCHRANE,
SiiriciTiiit Scnti'.MK Court,
Notary Public, Conv-v-no-h, Etc,
Ofllce: Gilniore's Illnck. Kin-nurd Avenue,
VKHNON.  - 11. C.
pilED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
OfTICB: Mnrl in's lllock,
ViiiixiiN, B.C,
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake.
-ft
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Gudies and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Guod Boating and Fishing,   flow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQUIME   .BROS.   «8_*   CO.
KEIOWVA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Price* Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH Ji MIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
pOBBES M, KI'lillY, P.L.8.,
A.M.CS.C. I'l.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, B.0.
B. C. CATTLE.
iiiiiinint Idaho shows $2,700,000in gold
and 4,000,000ouiieeHof silver; Mnntaiiii,
i considerable   amount—shall thus lie
  dealt tilth and there shall not he any
That lhe cattle industry in British doul.t of any other American gold |$4,,sM,7O0 in gold and 145,000ounces of
(lol.iuil.i,'. is looking ti|i iiiuie »ill.Icy, j mining corporations lining ready lo do ! silver i Cnloradu, $16,000,000 in gnld
as from ..II parts of (lie |iioviiicecinues! lhe saine. The assistance thus ol.liiin-1 .„,(| 22,000,000 ounces in mint: Ulnh,
llie cheering lien's Ihul, ii ready sale Is ahlehy the government will not In- $llg|S2,E00 lu gold and 8S1.000 ounces nf
found for all Uu* cattle ottered.  This vulve any hond issuuand will nut sad- silver.
isa very changed slulc of titfalrs to die lhe nalion will, anyinteiestcharge iv product lu-t year whs$30,S0O.OU(J
the circumstances prevailing a year or or remuneration, It will add lu I lie j jn -uid IIMI| ii^fiuo.OuTl muiicn nf Ilm'
two ago, and as fur as local demand Is vtilume of home currency ami ul tbo | silver.
concerned the cause may lie directly same time it will eiiuiilly increase the
atlrlhitled to the great, development in itiimtint of Internallnnal currency in
lite mining Industry of the interior, lhe lieusiiry,
 **•-♦- - —
KETTLE RIVER MININI, DIVISION.
T  E, ('HOWELL,
TRONSON ST., Vi-IUNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
C 11. LATIMER,
VERNON, 11. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
X.e.x_c_ Snrveyov.
Mem. A.nc- Sec. Irrlg, Kukh.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
Prior to the advent nf active mining
operations in Vale, Oarlhooand Konle-
nay,  Ilm only extensive niurket  for
I cuttle was ,.i. Hie coast, and lhe nmrkel.Record °r Ml,,eral Loca"ons ""' tho Wocl<
  . Ending January 16.
Iwunr three years ago liecntne very ,- m^n, Grand pm|rie. J. C. Co-
much demoralized, owing In Hie low j
prices prevailing in UieN. VV,T.,which
allowed ilm shipment nf cattle into
llthish Cuhimlila, Um same helng
hroiighl intu active couipcllll.iii willi
lliclio.ne grown product. Willi hel*
ter prices anil ugieiiler ilciiuinl generally over Ihe wliole cnnlinenl, lhe
strain nf active competition lias lieen
Somewhat lessened, anil as u resull
the reliction has heen fell, in British
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKHNON, II. ('.
Late ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, v.m:.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VUltNOX, II, c.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans nnd Estimates in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettlo Rlvor
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Cnluuihiu, anil since ii is nol imperative to look to flic coast cities fnr a
market, owing to Um grealur eon-
sumption in ihe interior, a uiii.li more
cheerful stale of affair, prevails, ami
soon it will not lie a quest inn of where
lu find a innrkel, hut where to (hid
Inm. lu supply tho demand, The slnek
raisers of lhe interior may therefore
under the circumstances lake hearl
anil apply themselves assiduously to
tlm question of producl iuu, ns it is
pnssilile, with lhe ever incensing lie-
volopnient In (lm several inlniiigciinips
of Ilm province, that never again will
CONGRESS AND CUBA.
Assurances have lieen given hy il.e
house ciillllliitlei. un foreign illfllirs In
Iho.*e ini'inliers tviinitre tmwinleresleil
it. ilie movement lo secure rcrngultiou
for the ('.iluin r.'volulionisls llllll llle
ri'poii will he uinile lo lhe house ul Ilm
earliest day cuuslstenl wiih a proper
Investigation. A suli-cnmiutllro nf
ilm foreign affairs coniuilUcc has heen
deslgnuled hy I'luiiruinn Illll anil lias
Ink.ni jurisdiction nf the (Julian iiintter.
•Snnm iitipalieuce has lieen voiced iu
llle house liecuuse lhe resolution In
recognize the ruvollllloll hns nol heen
Ill-ought forward an.l piissed im-
iiicdtalclv. .-mil patriotic and seiiliiimit-
t.-il reasons have heen urged in support
of Ihis feeling.
Tin. foreign ulfulis couinillli'c rccug-
ni/.e fully tlie existence nf ihis scull*
inenl, Inil, lhe suo-etiiumitlct1 dues not
feel jusl ill..I iu acting tvlthinil llle
usual delilii'i'iition, nor is ii icrluiii
Unit lhey niil deem i' exp.'dl..'lil I'm'
ilu* goveruiuent lu recognku Ciiliit ut
once,
Apart from lhe sentiiueuliil io.iM.in-
huugli ani) VV. '1'. Murray,
III. (Inld Ring, Central ciunp, H. Will-
son.
II. Chlckniulu, Suinniil ciunp, .1. Wallace.
II. Morning Star,  While's ramp, 11.
While.
II. ('..hi.,   White's cninp, ti. Hcuimi-
man.
TltANSl'KHB
S. Helle nf Ollawa, ull Inleresi, M,
O'Conunr to 1'. O'Cunnnr.
8. Mountain Moi_n.li, nil interest, AI.
O'Connor lo I'. O'Connor.
X. Wai' Eagle, all Interest, M, O'Connor in P. O'Connor.
8. Le Hoy, all Interest, M, O'Connor
iu I'. O'Coi r.
8. Ilium.ling Bird, all  Interest,  M.
O'Connor lo I1. O'Connor.
8. O K, 5 inleresi, M, O'Cnunor lo I'.
O'Connor, liheieis a cwniiicrriul  phnte of llu
8. Last   Chance,   '   inleresi,  W.  T. Luosllun of wlllrh  Un- I'oielglt tifliiirs
.Sinilh to E. I,. Tain. tui'inlieiBnre mil allowed lu leiniiln ill
H- Morrison, J i 'est, J. L. McCliii- ignorance.   There are sugar invest-
the price nl cattle  loud,  so  low  n'., „ Me,   .f   interest,   ,1.   W.
figure,is was realized two seasons ago, (,||(.(.r („ (,  a S|(|(.!.,ii||
and Uns is the more assured as thuL |(li,|m T|.i||kl.n }  in|m,s||  j   w
area of range land is l,ei„g consliinlly J ,,,„.,.,. ,„ (, H Sll),.k,	
1111 «.u«'ll,glolhe r ,1 settle- L „„, ,.,,.,   ■ MmU j w_,., ,
incut of  lhe  viicunt lands  of ihoj f. s q....,!,,.,..
province, cniisequently u less nuinher „   [.i,,,, p,,,,,,,. 4 •„,,,„,,,, W. Olieri
of callle will lm raised. Exeepl iu a
few I'avured localities the lime may
yel, ciium when range callle will he iiu-
kniii.'n among us, and In llmir .tend
will lm furnished a inure superior ani*
nml, which will repi('sentthe outcome
of a changed slain of nffttlrs iu the
lull. S. Stockton.
II. Tninaiacl.,    3-1(1   interest,   11.   C.
Johnston to W. (I. McMynn.
II   Burns, J liilei'.'sl, .laincs Joliiislnn
to C. liar, iiiglnn.
II. Burns, 1 inleresi, ('. Uurriiigtuu In
counlry,  when dairy fanning  shall |u  phjl^j'inieresl, C. Hurrington
have liecome general aiming us, ami       f,> p, Aspinwnll,
the heef steer lie llie prouucl of lhe ,,   ..,   ', '',  , , ,'     ,   ,,   ,,
,  ,,,     '    , (   "   111. Mamlard, .) inleresi, C.  llnrrlllg*
tun lo I'. Aspiuwall.
ihi. R. Bell, f  Interest, F. Alingusl lo I
J. Ki gh,
■ In. Heiiiinglon, ,| inleiesl, 0. It. Hulls |
to.I Kcmigh,
dairy an.l tlm pasl ure, and not uf III
iMlige.
 ► t 4	
IRON SENT TO BRITISH COLUMBIA.
lly the following it vill he seen Unit
15, Aspen, J inleiesl, J. Keuugli In .1
11 is even pos.sil.le lo have reciprocity 15  „ „,,„ /, iaUlfvAii, K„mn .„.,;
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment,
Sash and Door Factory en C. I'. R., Vernon,
C. F. COSTERTON -
in the ore liusiness.   This, however
VEIINON, a c,
 -Vf5-o_--t   _-f_-
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsate
Importers of Wlnos and Spirits.
Nlcholles _ Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
 Atz&x-L-t   Fox*	
The Okanagan-Spallumcheen Cists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London Si Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
Tho Sun Llfo Assurance Co,, of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
HARRY A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
HISWAT,  J_. O.
lock to M. MeCuulg, inenls in Culm held hy cllizonsof llie
Uniled Slnles, iiuiiiiiiililig lu some
$ai,(KX),(X.0, -hiili huve Mill'cied enormously al I In- hands of Ilm rehels in
llmir in ills.
As lung as Ilm revolution hus im
rcrnguiyi (1 slini.ling, Spiiin is ictnon*
slide for these Inm s, uud Um minis
ul llie plaiilalinns ho.io In lettlilu In
seen..'  rejiai'.-iliuii from  her ul  sonin
future il.-ili-.   When   Um emeu nl
I'lirmaliy lakes null, nnl iho fuel Uml a
slllle ul' \\ill' ex^la in Culm, ils eiti'.ius
ivill liaiii nu ground upun wliieli in
Imse I heir claims.
These ruiisiileralions, no thiulii. re-
turd leciigllllhill,   Whi'llmi' lhey will
ill-rent Ilm movement fur recognition
rein.aiiis In lie seen.
i- • ,
IIEilE AND THEflfc.
Tl.e Iirsl deslinnlioii nf the British
Hying  si|imjl'illi,  whicli hus receutly
lieen ennmiis-iulieil, will  lie llie Mi'ili-
Hunley. lerrnneun, ufl. r wliieli il Isipiilellkely
...    . !   ... (   lhey will he iiiili'ii'il In lli'lgniu ll.iv,In
considered, us surely it shnulil not Iiu       .|,m|(.y '  which point I hnv will proeeed hv ivnv
necessary to cross over inlo the Slaies I ,f)   Rp|llll|glolli i imi,,.,,sl,,,, Kcullgn | of the Slid, ci.nal, sn Ihal I hculinirnlly
to Hud iron for smell illg purpuses, when       (1)J ||,.,„i,,y cm,. miiiiicnle wilh the til the
so much of lhat mineral is known t„j*.  „,,,,,„„„. Hnlm,st| j, K„„   ,, ,„ |„8| ,„„nmni
eslstlu British ('oluuihlil,   Tim neees* |   u    |f„
sily of such will eerlainly In* sivupl.       Hunlev
uivuynssoon asi l.nnspurlution fuclll-L  D(,|H1IW1. j iutlirt,sl, .,. Kcml ,, ,„
lies are tui'llislied I hell iiinilary camps, ]       .   u„..|,,v
us an iniliaiilial uiinnliiv, inillitills uf ,s „  n.il a  i..,-.    1  ir  1.1        11      '"'""■'   • .''
' •' 16, H. Hell, ,   inleresi, r, Arluigusl Iiii eiiiplov ol  an eli'cll'ic linlil  compaliy
tons may he sent to the Kootenny j ,,. ll;lll|„y. 1 ,||)(I H,,|s u        d lnuktl    „ ,,„ .,,„„
sum lets.Irun, tins dis I 'icl ll re,,uliixli| ,5, f,,,,,!,,,,,,,,,, , inlmsii 0. |{. „„„, ! „m| ,, „,,, |iv(, wir, |„ ,lis hll|1|li   Tllr
lhe Clugsloii creek hull properlies, ,0 j, Hlt„,ey, L,,,,.- whm ,,„ s„|(|)„>,,| „,,,.,, ,,,,„,
■iiK  now heing norbed to their full!
„.,„„■,,      .   . CEHT1P1CATE OK IJIPROVEMBNTS,
capacity,  anil  Ilm  producl   is  heing
shipped to Ihe Pilot Buy smelter.        j"   Wolverine, li. A. Brown, .1.  A.
"Superintendent IL S. Earnest hus      Mauley, Q. W. Ai-urlll ami II.L.
closedn oontrael, to lurnish iron in Um      ' ''1"sl"".
I'ilol Uuy works al Ihe rule of 80 tous W' Swniiip Angel, It. Tuylur, W. K,
por week al 11 net price ut9i.au per Iuu       C Manley nml L, A. Mauley,
un Iiniiiil Ilm ears al Colville, Tin* Nel-j *"*"* . , ,. 11.
son smelter has ordered,, lurlond of     INSPECTING THE OLD DOMINION MINE.    , al.,i„  lw„ „„irs. l*.s,','|   |,„ |„. 1,
,.   . ,.. .  - whicli are ha.llv l.ui 11.*.l,  In- seems to
tliis linn.   II11 proves sat sfuetory the , „•     1 '   ■ •        _.,
I capacity of,he nine will .,.  l.ledL0' B' D™'^' P"""™' "'' ""' 0lli   ' ZT       „ ,'   J 7'      "t-,',""",'
a.   mm,'.    '1 elopuu'iit „„   the nul"    V'""'1"*   Kl"»  ""'  ***\  I   turn „        1
property has rear  „ depth  of 30 «"" 'f'»   "P''"'^ "f 'lie Chleugu   "''   »   ■'•  '   '" LOT 1  sufelci-
feet, and the nre has heen found lu "•••ekl.olden. Ill .In- properly, nmual; un uy 1 1. knmv .,11  an.
sorry slate of alfuii-s when rightly 16 A8pw., J Intci'osl, J. Keogli t„ J.
Orrin Ci.l.lwell, 11 young mull nl"
ahiiiit twenty, and u resident uf Purl-
laiul. Ore,, lind a narrow esi'iipefiiiui
leal h a few days ago.   lie was ill I lie
Imt thero mis aiiull...r tvlre llii.nigli
ivlliell Ilia laiiiiail ivns passing, ami lm
iiiifiii'liiiinlely picked that oue up, uial
iliiiuedlntely suslilitieil a -liuck hy llu*
conneelinii of I.IHKI culls ul' eleelrleily,
lie was stunned and rendered itnciiu.
scions, it. which slnle In- I'l.iiiiiiurtl for
RATES: - Gold, Silver, or Load, $1.00 cimli;
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Gold,
Silver, nnd Copper, $3.00.   Othor
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly un hand ut Reiisonulili! Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POWERS,  Proprietors.
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B, C,
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AN D   BACONS.
Write fnr prices.
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
Wi,nfl,  OA.BGiS.1.  .£  OO.,      -      ■      A.T-r.-mrsTR©JfO
milium $t in gold and six ounces ill "'  ""'  '"""'  "'  il  S|"TI''1  "v''r llls THE SUPRBME COURT VACANCY.
sllverlotlie ton.  This value will go «!»"•""'« P""" inic1.-Norl 'ti lust week.
lo the owner of tile mine less .'ill per1" '""t[m' '" ""' |l'"'lv *'lll( -| The reliienmiil uf Sir llein v Cnn*,*
eenl. smeller charges lor saving Um ll'r • I lie lii-o|...sili.,ii „l pulling in   -,,„„   ,l„.  «„,,, .,   | |, |M.
snnm.   ll is Ilia Iirsl stlhslantlill en- ''"' "l""""M'  u.a.'lnimiy pliiul al llle Live,, rise all speculnlliili I gal
I'oui'iigenu'iillu Um eiilerprlse of the """"'" '" "''"'" ''l"1 '""f "»' circles ennceruliig his successur.   Mi.
rates on application. Samples from   uiuniigcumiil of Ihi' Spokane Kails ami ""'  l""'il"'1   '"   '""''''   Tl"'  "!l1  ''"'   A. ,1. Mi'Ciill. Q C,  Wlmse nn  Has
a dlsunot will rooolvo prompt af N(||, ,,„   niihv,lv   ullll„|llu||g ,■,,„„ inhiluli Is iliiveluped nuw to acnp'telly  ,,,,.,,1 ,| ,„„„. ||M„. ,„„ |„ ,.,„„„,.
  Slovens eutinly, (iiilsldc Um   recenl "f f™" 9Mu 7S limsnfureperdny, Hon, Is ngul ■ lenlly iiti_i-.il,
Send Your Ordor t-iJk%^w       »|»IenUI_l slrike 1i11.de in the 0 1. "''" "'" '"^"", " v"'il""'"' »'»!'"■ u» Is also I Imi uf Judge I    Hun. I),
Send Tour Order to-**^-.    |n]i|lilll| „-,„, iUi|| 1V(,s ||( „ (, (.ir_ .,„,.  T „,,  .|„,l,. il„- m.. m. Klmrls, uiti.rney.gem.rul, Is spuken
[amn'mo aV IlnvH Tnnooi111" "in ,'"-^""1 ] '«»y **y ''»»• l'!"8" '"','■ "''"'' "'" "l!l "'' ""h" "f"»'li»'»»ii' ■ idutefnr iiu.p..«i*
LOUUIIIID    Ct   LlUyil-(JuIlDl-  sl,.„cll,igswltcl.i.Hi,l coiivenli.lltpoll.ls lh""*'11"1-' linn. Inil il Is mil hi'llevfld Ihegnvetn*
lulling his line in sine lh,. mi, wners , '"'' I'*,11'"V™!*™* "»»   M»K| ll.l'lll will liniiii  twu iillorueyr-gi'll-
Fop Implements, Wag'ons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Food, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
W. DAUIYMPLE
Cr—iioral     BlDokam i.i.l4
PAIRVIEW, 15. 0,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
^Specialty,
Um expense ul' lung hauls.
COLD MINES WILL IIUV TIIK SILVER.
ilenil.ipi'd along the ruiigua on eltlier crnl Inan llie -nine |'iovime| lulhe
side .if the Ciilvllle .alley, helweeli hencli 111 une veur,
l.iiiiii lake uinl Norllipiirl, ami eoiillgu* > • -
mis in Uu- Spokane hulls mul Northern ' CFPEH RBPUSED,
Stephen 11. K ions, uf New York, ™'l»vay, It Issiife to say Ihul 8l-m.ii,
liri'siilenlnln gold milling cinpniiv,  '".inly will furnish (ill Ilm oilipilt of     I' I""' I"1 ■'■■■" " s"1   I'.a.ni ...
hns sent the following open Idler iu 2011 lolls per day of sl ing ure, lu ,ay. i-.'in|iuny has mud. un ..lie,- ul *in.l«,il
President Cleveland, and  offered  a ""llihigot further develnpiuimts lhnl|l'"sh f"|,|ll(' I'111"'1' l"l"lll_ |m.|ierl.yi.i
uiiiipin plan lurmaiiilaining the gold "l0 Ma* I'''''jeet''d.-Spuk'esiuaii-He- the Vlclor Jllniug compiiny, and Ihul
1 ,.!„,,, 1,1... ..ir r     '.'.. :.... :.
...serve: lien.
PRODUCT OF THE MINES FOR 1896.
"If i lm secretin y of the treasury will
put himself in coiuuitlliieutloji wilh.
the owners of tho gold mines through-    The director uf the nihil husieculvetl
' lhe offer was refused.   Thia mine
| the properly of A. W. Slroug.C'lur.'ii.H
Iih* nml  niilii' Spdkmii.. liiizi'iis.   li
Includes uliotil ItX)iicres of Inndolithe
Saluioii river In lduhu cnuiily, Idalm.
,,,,,, ., . . .  ,        . ou iiiiiii river n i.i.iiin rn,iniv, uiui,...
uut Ilm eiiuiilly, he i.-uii cause the im- nn iipprox unite esliinnle ul  I he gu .1, „„ , ,   ,;,„,,.,.
il ii.i,. i   ,i      ,.   ..   ,        ... , „   ,    ,.        , lie coinpnuv 1118 expemei  ¥111.1.1-1) ,n
tire gold  piiiilimli f i ha Up lei uuds ver producl of IheUn led Stutes , ,  ,        ,    ,
'Jll'imin-i hi iiii- I'lnieu.-siuies . , .
ui.,.. i   i      i      i    ,    i      i .    »■•   io.,- r        i       i      ,., . iiupri.ieumii s,   anil   has   uliun      i.n
States lo he placed nt iho disposal of In 1803 from the mint officers and iithor    .       . „ .   .      ,,. ,    .
llmguveriunen.iu exchange for silver agents einploved ... collect the.e.tntif-. !,,,'w f"f "",'",'" "n'1 l"1"':   U.''" "
coin. So far, at nny.'Uio, as the mines tics, ' (akeu from .1 D,,y crock, ni, ne
„„ , ,    , ,,.     . . work Will he puslicll ill Iiii "p. ing.
llle  value  of  lhe   gnld is given al
which I personally possess ur direct,
are couenrned, 1 am willing to under-
Ink.1 that llmir output nf gold— a very
•1i();;,0ll'MO,  and  the   uher of fine|   Couiini'i-iial joh priming ll.ini'   ut
ounces of silver nt 51,(KXJ.(X*0.   Of ihis this office al living r.iiea. THE ADVANCE.
liltlir* iiccprtsily, In* found liyi'xpi'iicncc
his ch.iiici'.N of grants on nlhor net'iv
nil His were lessened. Yet lie cnnsiili-ri'il
IV, II. .VHlftlS I'mji'itiivmi'  , ,
|.„, ,.,i  ,'eekl,   .,.  .Mi.l».,v. IU.       " "is year there were guild grounds
SulMiripi I'li'-e. ti.nii'li- |.ii..!ii.le why an increasediippropri. ishuuld
in iiilviiiue. cillii i-veni-ly in liiilfyenrly ui llie  hn naked for llie Basl Hilling of Vale
oii.ii I .lie sulwrilicr. ,. .   .  . , . ..    , -
1 ■■'    ' '*■ iuppi.ll nl   llns Clinton-
A.h irli-ing IMM (Illll nn lU.pllcttlloil.
district, nud iu
W F ARE ®mp®mm®m
I
•'•X)
T. ELLIOT
Tlioilgb llu* ciilniiiti-i nf TllK AIiv.ntk lira
dUv.ni open lor die ili-.iiissii)ii ol' inutl.-rs nf
Imlilic Interim! nnil Importance, wo 'tn nut noc-
i-e*uiril,v midoiw nny of tliu opinion- expressed,
('iiri-i--i|i'«ii<liiii:i' uf a personal imt ure will nol lie
imlili-licl.
MO.VIMV. JANUARY 20.
Going to make rooui f< r n larjfc
new stock and will -therefore
commence this month
i
A tTOMllll this sii-urr indicates tliat your fiiiwcrlpt Ion
oi iliis [iftjKirInt*tixplrod.
Closing Out
 AT A—
linn he sin led I hut in llle past twelve
nuuillis _■•*, pi-t.-einpiinns were recorded in the riding as against 'Mi fur the
remainder of the province,   Also as a
mining district Bast Yaleguve promise
of extraordinary develupmelit. Durlug
1896 till) liltu.her uf mining locutions]
recorded was 095,   Lust session he had
applied  fur a I..till appruprialinn uf,
$i".2,IXKI, hut after four nr live inlet-j
views with tlm chief cniniuisshmer and j
standing the chaff and laughter of liis 	
fi'llow nmiiilieis, all  he imild  gi'l wus.   , .    ,..,.,„    ,
,„.,„,.    ,,     ,    ,      ,, , .  ,  : ol al per een ., our siock ii  re t Bon s,
i $12.11011.   He also found that, two-thirds '
nfthei rsoflheleglslulure.hoth Gul'nm" *"ck*' Arel,w'   M'"*1'1'"".
United L.ivei'inneiit nn.l oppo-ilion hud Um Cnrdlgun    Jackets,   Canvas   Coals,
snme  expe.i -e.   In  conclusion,  he (Unves,    Mils,    Fasinalnrs,    Holiday
expressed Ills wish In sen.   his run-
sliliienls lu the uf musl of hisenpuiily.
Tlm i-li.iiiiii.,ii   having   Invited  re-
GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
*ia-io»'»
£F Largest and best-assorted stock in thi
xwmw
I
t
SOUTHERN
WIIKAT MAKICFX
Ovini  large   areas of tlm
Rlnfes wheal has recently heen steadily
advancing in  price,  .....I   Ilm llgures
limited seen, lu huve had lhe effect of
templing fanners, whn have for some
lluie pa»t I n holding their grain, lo I murks, ,*. vigorous pleu wu* Hindu hv
Hi.lnnillhes.in... iipim lhe market, and Messrs,  Marshall,  A. McLennan and
as a  cunsei|iieime u huge volume of JJ, g. Rose, mi hehnlf uf.. nmil IV n
hiisimw Is reported from inliind points, p„| pposlle I'clnwuii, on lh  wesl
imi'iy  il mind- uf  hnslmls   hmlng h|,|i,iif iheinku In Penilcton
I
f*
INTERIOR
}f FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED 1
(■.....Is, in fact
Winter (liinils.
with
our   large  stuck   of
lieing   uversloeked
JOYFUL-NEWS
AT   TUMI
\ pell-
Unit has iilrendy heen largely signed in
I he disiriei uu hi'hull of this scheme,
uaI ilm geiilli'iiiiu  uieiiiiiiiuil wished
(ii'iiliiiiii tuiisk fui'ii special granl
u'd iulu the hands ul Layers,   Tii
recent I haw cheeked leinporarily Ilm
delivery  in shipping   pniu nd
sliglll ih-clilie was imi i . ulile in prices
as a eoliseipieiice, hill  ihi- Influence! f,,,. t|,]s road, whieh will tup Ilm nnv
S,,,,|IIS »"«'   removed  I Intesl (;ttlll|l Hewitt, nnd, with a ferry lien
ijiHi tali, his huve again a sluing upward I o^
li'iiilnncy, J |tl
Tim latest prices given ut points nf iBuiindnry creek.
FUR CAPS
III! per cent, iliseuutil  will he allowed
on same,   Dlscuunts fnrCASH ONLY.
imp tlewltl, nnd, with a ferry iieruss _ ,
rs^:,:^,:;:^::::;::^! and Get Bargains
export—Tai'iiimi and Portland -are ".7
.'.'..Is and 57 .'.ill* tespeetively.
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KDlTOBlAli NOTES.
Din contemporary the Vernon News
railed attention iu its issue uf Ihe Oth
lu ihe necessity of the electors uf the
municipality bestirring I hnnisclvcs and
eiiilea.nling if pussilile In elect a good,
representative, ugressive and liusiness
eouiiell 1'iir llie presenl year, Tlm response Io ihis urgent entreaty seems tu
Inn. heen uliylhilig Inil nl a whole*
smiled nalure. as Intelligence has heen
received to llle effecl lhat unly has it
heen pussilile so far to lllld llll'nc rnn-
iliil.ili a willing In niiilerluke Ihe duties j Ul
perlililiiug lu offlee, and Ihese were
Mr. Graham thought I he run.l a very
necessary one, aud snid he helleved
tin' government would set aside iigruiit.
for its construction, The ferry offered
lhe .....sl difficult question, US lie did
uol lliink Ilm expense of it steaiii scow
could he contemplated until the traffic
tvarranted il, hul there mighi Le un
iirinngeinenl made wilh (he C. P. B,
to huve the Aherdeen low .. scow
nernss liolh ways from Kelowni on
sluleil dnys every week. Hn promised
l(i (I(i his hest for lhe proposal,
The   quesliiin of clearing nnl Min-1
sinn creek was hroiighl. up, hut II wns,
stilled   Ihal   lhe governinenl   hud at 1— j
ready agreed In give dollar for dollar
suliseripl inn   fund   fur   Unit
Reservation Trading Co.
D. McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
Mil,WAY, B.0,
All  Kinds nf Work Kxccutcil to llio Satin!
iicllun nf I!u.;, i n ii''.
purpose.
leeled hy iieelumiitlon,   Such a stale I    Mr,   D.
I' ulfnirs
NOTICE.
NOTK'K in hereby given Unit flpplientiot]
will be nitulotn the LpglHlntlvo Assembly
of tho Province nf Hritisb Columbia, nt itrt
Gutl.i-uh.-r asked   Ihnt.   the noxt Session for iiii Actio Ineorpomto u Com,
this iircscnis is ituii'li to Knzett-'d roud up Mission t-teck liecon- lmny for tho purposo nf -otiHtrneting, oquip-
In* ir^ivlli'd, as ji  inn' iiidicatioii is ' structed    Hi* CKliii.iilcd  llir i-osl  ni Ping. "mlii-nJnlngniidoponuiii-BniiUIwny, ox-
Kivci. Uml Ihi' indents an- larking in $:m   Mr. MntvIJIr wanted I hi- slm, If™""**™1'0 N»tat or near Pcntleton o.i
i lust.  utters whi.-h „ife_-l  the !,;,„! lliUI,rmms ,,(„.„   »,,  , 0l   *_T ^Okanagnn Uko, nn,mining Ilienee soutl,
.mi. u,tug. inns niii.it. ..n.... i asuiMis unit ensl  in Mnhniv, thenco in
general iveliuro uud prosperity of llieir Lrnded atitii esliiuiiled cosl of $200 or through Kliolt Puns i -nnl,
city, un t'xhihlliou of pulilie spirited- Um.   Mr. Kirhv said lhe ranchers on Kiver.ilionco-mii run..*..
ni'ss which rei'leets very  liltle In llieir j,|,e |l(,||(.|, l,,,,,^',,,,,)!, „f Miasim, cleek ,M '."" l"l''\']:i""'"' ' """']"
l'""1"-'' "Il",h" ■'^"-ry en it he  ,„„, ,,„,„  pmnM „ gt)()(, ,„„, s|,„,t ™s ™^J("'^^ ™£™^
run.l lo Kelowna, hul Ilm promise had branch Hues iliercf.'i.ni II mini
nut heen fulfilled hy lhe chief coininjs- vlolnltvthciVifi I   •-. ul ecu
sinner,   Al present, although llie set*; niiintaln. aminpei-n   .        a
,.      ,    , i , , ,   .   ,     , lines, ami In Un:.: ivliun
tiers lind hroiighl water unto I heir lm»l      ...    .,        , ,.
in Um liiliii'ii, snd if Vernon ns a cilv t,llwi ,,.,„,„ .,,,... ,„ ,„.,„,•.,,„. „„,, ,i,,.  i "ul11"11""1
,...,,,        „    '  una were nine io grow nnj i|iiiintit.yo| aninlrliiglaiiil-.piii •
»''"■ ",1,,|,|vt' lls  lul1 sh'"v"t   "-[grain an.l  vegcl.tliles, llu ly an- iii.l- froi.'i »"-....
QKANAGAN 5AWMILL,
KEL0WNA'B' c"
1
You c;in now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made and finished; Window Sash, Laths, Shingles and
all other kinds of house finishings; Rough and Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle'River  District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
Im.   Z.___QX7I3MEXi, PROP.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT EOABD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B„ C.
BOCK GREEK HOTEL . .
MOUTH OK HOCK CltKKK.
XX.   Pittendi-lg-h,   M
KiiiBT-cuss accommodation k..ii Got
GOOD STABLING
..'Kxcullciil Kishinii mi Kellle Rlror.J
ARMSTRONG HOTEL,
H. KEYES, Prop,
(lllllll   Al'I'lHllllllllllll illll, !
llcsl Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stahling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
recorded ag.iinsl lite....   That liusiness
has nnl heen ul' Um hrightust in the
pasl fiii'iii-lu's 1 xeiisi! fur ihe pre-
sumption Ilinl matters will mil heighten
a uml ensl
iki.fKnill...
,011(1(1.01100
lly, in il.e1
bill! jilA'I'lS
ia    ,,,,, ua,.
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GREENWOOD    CITY
Is the central town and supply point
of the Boundary creek mining!
camps. From this new town roads I
lead to the Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake. Sky-'
lark, Wellington,  White   &  At-
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
This is a s)ili*ii(liii]>- lltiislicd Imimi. iimide
uml oul, almost nuw, with K<"i'l ritablo mul out
buildings, i'- centrally locatfld in lbe Tailor
and coinmi.itdfl a good triulv. It Rt«nds on it/_
own ip-ouixli** of tiro and a Imlf acrci in extent,
and isa good invoistiuvnt.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building is two ploroys lilgh and stands
on Its own ground of Imlf mi urn* in uxtont and
is in a coiniuauding buslnciw posil Ion.
V. OGG   - id
o*
mith caifli
&
Lot::
are
..    i m   Jre   ■    ood
.
iii.uing prospeiiiy, which is even limv lnf'-ffttliiK h» til'
mulling   il.st.lf   felt    iliriiiighiiiil  the I roiinduhout nnd
pi'iiviucii, ii- citizens musl give iill I heir
energy, uul unly lu private lu.
iill'iii-s, and cast inlo ohlivion lhe cliss-1(|j,.,.,.( c'.itnii.t
iulI'l'esled, imvei-iln-well,and lelhnrgii!'
main  mad  was su
had thai   nn ernps
I had heen pal in. He itsked Mr.Griihiiui
I'uhlic j |,,> Ml„i((, u spi,c|,|| |.jl„|-t |„ give I hem n
lo Ilm trunk i.. d,
I   Ollierinallers hroiighl up  were 111.1
.1 i.y which seems In pervade Ihem i,.reel ion of n jail ut Kelowna, lhe up
I Ilm pH'scnt lime. pninliimul uf a stipendiary magistrate
memhiTs of Ihe  Agricultural | "'"'•il"'ip(lil'li"n.i" sllra '''
lion, orolliur |ici
IralHc or mil
Btcniiibonl. it
olbcr iiHiiul,  '
poworaan   privi
Iinlwl tliisiii.il *.
.
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lni.lv
IHU
nud grants toiigrlciilturill societies. As ti
ami  Trades iissoclalhut  of Okanagan
Mission are men who sum  he Iiii11"11"' Hl'8t- Ml'' Gl'"iml11 Silil1 '"'''i'l
I il wiih u true spiiit nf nggre*,sivi..l""1  llllllli tlle guvei'liinent wen- inn
iii-sh   iu   1. ts parlnining I  I I'usition to creel  a suilii  jail und
inn In-
('iiurl house n| Ilm present linn
nl.l I
heen staled hy  his iiilcrrogmnr, ihe
which they reside i in which Um ---' "'""l'1 *'''' wl"" <'""1'1'"' '''""*• A" h,ul
ml welfiiri' nl Um couimiinity in
1 l.s-
so.'iiilion ut' whieh lliev nre component,
purls II ash,..-,   Tlie'asuicialiun has'"1'1 ""K-'>'1 inK sinn
!,, Um pusileiu greul. nsslsMlicu In Ihe I'"""(l,vl,M'"1 "I"' "Nl1-i""1 '"
-nlviiignl'soiueof lhe iraile qiiesliuns
uhieh I'lirnmrlv weighed heavily upnu
Hi., ii'sideiiis nf Ukniingaii .llissiun
■.alley, such ns ilm liiiilieg uf imirkets
dell eases had
mil,.
did .ml know what einilil heiloim. Any
! move in the direction nl' a new net
should conie from lhe goveninieiil,
He i'1'i'..gnizeil il wus n greal hardship
lhat poor men should huve In I ravel a
lung disimice in a county court nnd incur a great ileal of expense in order In
ettliiii small dispute, mid hufcrvenily
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CHEMIST
C. F. -.
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Spokane, Wash.     Vancouver, B. C.
Slif v* Ki lis w m
» v|( .«|» ti|,  ,||. i
ap-> t»|» c|t(ii|'i o|r sir i
nu- proiiiiee, fielghl  rules, e --.. elc,
nnl now we nre assured thai every-
ihlng hhls  fnit* for  lhe holding of n
■nil, legeinlili' ...iiii tlotver I'xhlhllh n
tills c.niingsummer Tlm goverinimi:!,, '"'I''''1 lll''ll-M tl,,n« """l'1 lll! «•'  [*3
.vou'd do well In render „ |lmil,lv „f to give jusl Ices of the peace or sli| I- ffl
'..ssislniieelolhiByoimgiindslruggllng lm'>' i""l-'isl|-nli's Um power t„ settleicft)
A Kull Line of -_sy
Drags
Patent Medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses,'&c.
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8ADDLE HORSE8 .'. 8INGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVER8 . .'BUGGIES FOR HIRE
IMi.dWay Feed and  LiVervj Stables
:Mackay Ingrim
Proprietor.:
hislilnliiiii, uml everyone, il is in he
hoped, will tilfnr cheerful niil tn Um
iiJIners  uf   Um   usi-i.i'iiiliiin,   -n   Hi,
■I -i-.'sa  hit.- ci'oivii  their efforts  in
1,'i-v llll'l'l'tlol),   Nnl.hlng Ilm1 'an lie
tliitie serves hetter Iuu    rrl       n
a.a nl euutilry and sli.ni. .
I herein lliiiiilliehuld'ngiif iin        I    i-
1 ions, ivhureln may lm seen Ihefruils
I   lh"  I.ilini' nl  llu. liiialiaiiilniaii uml
Un' reward of intelligence •veil dlrcelcd,
-ul siii-h h.'lng Ihecuse we wish only
ir llle success of the nu lednking.
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PUBLIC W01IKS Mlil-TINC ATKEI.0WNA.
•   iii i nn' :i;iinliaii".
;.|c I), (ii'iihum, JI, I'. I'„ having ex-
,  . --i il a ilia.ire lu nl.lain a  list nl lie
. .|.iin*,imirs nf Okanagnn  .Mission in
,    .li.'  works nml iuipruv.'incuts, lhe
. ami T. iiss'.iclulioii culled logelher u
ililic iiiii'iiiig ul  Kelnwim mi I lie 8. li
. iu su'..nil   local  wnllls  lu  Iilm.
in iiniiiiiii. Mia II. W, Uiynmrwus
<<l in tin. chair, uml Mr. (I. C. [fuse
• ap|iuinii.,l sei-i-i-liii-y.
Mr, Or.ihani having heen Imlfcd lo
;   plnll'i'i-.n, cx|ii-
M
such  nml I.us siiniiiiiirilv.     He
slrongly opposed In any anlin Iii ..
Uu. llppropl'llllioll   In llgl'lllllllirill sn-  ffl
""*   .ail
ilillnf   ti
Mall   Orders   From   the   Lower
Country    Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
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Pai.ti-s [Diiivkn 'in .¥'...'.s, Pestiotok ..sn (iciii'K Points
■_''
mm
cinlles, mul cniisiiler.'.l il wnslhcworsl ti
iniiili' iif I'l'll'i'lH'llllicnl Ihi'gnw'i'iiineiil  aft
"i'"i",',l' "';."'','  ""h,".' :■"'^?-^^^^W'«€#^/l
i  :  dire.a mn- uial increase   -S-i(Pa(.'--'Jl:ra(»W'.'.';iyiW'(MiK
il   . In inly pli en,   Nn olherj
ilusilons hnvliig heen pel in lin., Mr,
(Irnl.an. snid he was eery pleased In
llml I'li.... Ilis miles Ihul lhe people of
and
t'-.iii T(:i!.'..- Ai ci..- 'ia,
ii. N'l'CHOLRON,
(.I..'.'-,:,..!   li-   ...|-i ,
irlARI  N    BROS.
U-lft'SI   Min
;.;■'■'/■' Stove, Tin
laV'-Ffi)   f-illtS-    UilS
and Klass,
Veraton, B. O.
A. D. WORGAN.
VKHNON, ll.C.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SAlE.
P, B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VKHNON, B. C
BRICK AI LIME
JIANIIK.UTt'llKIl AT
SPOKANE FALLS
H.iHS.HAiliH.tiltiltH.tH.tHsHiStat at at at at at at at at at at at at\it I
4.1 4.1 4.1 4,4 4.1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4.4 4,14,1 4.1   i.li.li'S4'ST'.1TSTST.1i'Si'Si't1i't1T'.11 /-. !-»   1   UT ••-.
nt _ at     iGRAND .
«I FURNITURE I
...
Mir.mission were sn very ninderale In
Iheir tleimtlids, ns he hclii'veil ji2,f,0fl
I wniiiil cover nil ilm iirdinury expeutli,
Inn ii'ipiiri'd, mul Ihul Hlllli U'oultl ter-
Inlllly he ol.lul.'i.il. As lo llie other
new prop ..Mils he would do Ills licsl in
nl'l.iiti n-sislituee f'loin'lmgnvetnineiil,
The meet ing wus I Inn niljiinrimil,
'ft
HA
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HA H.i HA
4.1     4,1     4,1
|S|       ...PRAIRIE
ft
NORTHERN RAILWAY g 1 cheaper than ever g «
Al'I'I.Y TO
'l*
C---4   Si
tr  ^ ft
CO  H'-
AT
ii I-;
——
l-i'li.   given   Uml thirty ilnys
ill ililic    I.  W.  .1. Slinilgnisii, Ililenil
liiill'l'l.vl'i Hie .'Illll' f Ililenil I- nf l.nlnl..
uml iviulia fur ii Hreia-e nuni uml cnrryiiivuy
llllllli'!'   frum   111!'   f'llinvllii; ilcsiTilicif Innil'
sllnnlo In Ik Osoyoos (Ilvlil'in of Yuii '
N'T,
and Slocan Points.
ct
Illll.'!!
' batik of Bitmiiliu'j' ornok, about ono mllo roiiMi
of nrooiMvootl I'iiy. nnd rillitiitix in a Routl.orly
: ilirc'tion one mlloiuul n Imlf, Ihf-n oasl \ mllo,
tlioii norlli ono mil.1. Hen ciwt ono mllo. t lion
j n-n'tli J milo, then west ^ inilos io place nf bo-
_:in ii in};. oonliiinlnR ^*XJ iicroHjuliwi ootnuiotic-
I'd Iii-; liloiiKiii't) in I Inirntii posl on llioBotitli bank of Twlnorook,
hn.ir Hn* rcKltli'iits nl llu* MiHsinij.: H-(1(Hi, H,„i riuinlnir in nti nwtorly cottwo ri
'.v-mlmi ti. Ifiii-ii Mini ih.- ffiniiiiitt lJ!,rt1!"",,1!\n!J.mll\,tf('W'^!,im!l01 l'.ll'!i;ii"s:
11 lion lotttn ffl) rhiuiis. llirr ivcst-Oclin|i)-i, nml
itntnonoo-
I,
^I'ini^;;;.^;;:;::!;^1';!!!:'^.''""?- m snndny) !__•_. «,,,.*
kuiie mul iVorlhpi.il
Trl-iveekly   lietweeii  Northport   nud!
Nelson,
(((UNO XOIITII 001!*- SOUTH
lllSOn.in MAI10US 2.2(1 p.m.
On Tiiesiiiiys.'riiiu'.aiinj'ii, nml Silt untovs, train
will nni ilirnugli in Nolson, arriving nl ll:l'|i.ni„
.nukingulosoonnnootlm. .villi tliostonmerNei*
sun fnr Kit-In uml nil luke |'oltiis, ni'i'lvlng nt
Ktislont OtOO nun. sumo tlayn. Itolttiniiiit, ims-
tongont ivill leave Inlie points nml Noison nu
Miiiuluvs, WodnoH'la;. nml I'VIitays, iirrlvlngnl
Spokane sumo (I.iv.
PiisHemiei's for Kottlo lilvor uml Hiiiui.liirv
Orook eiililieel III Mai'0118 Willi Kllla'e tlAILV.
.      . . . Km- THAI!. mKRK  MINIS cnnnuei ul
P   ADRIF.N  MliYKH, I KINCIl'At, I Nm-tlinorl nrllh stasoJlnqilaily.
-    Hot- NnKllspnml lleii.lst.iika.eiiniu'el ul V/iii-lli
...— •*',  ; norl willi Innil Wcilncadiivs mul.Ssturduys.
.':T..'.n l'Oli P-O.-lT.'.Ha-. i augtjll
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Ncl-onAFortShepp-rdBallway I ^ | "Campbell BfO S."
ALL RAIL   TO NELSON,  B.  C. S 4i
M!   JR  ,}>/ fit  at
Only through  line to Nelson,  qL flf '1? ':>" "V
«..!.,«..,..., _*.   ^ | TWo CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
ft
i -ecu Ilm udvunliige nt f(imlilna-|tlioiisniiili20clinlnsln tlioplnconf
„.   ..ml   hy   ..minis of I he Shippers' itiiSW-Sl-m
nt ni I lhe Agricultural association  -*'■—i^-tn— :r^r—__sssss
r^lcirt:;,:';:;;::, Vernon Private College,
hi to elently t.ntlerstaiiii that tie* VERN0N R_ Q
a1 ahuii'd he inaile lor unly uhso-
a;- iinpnal.iiil need.-, if lm lililde
•aiali'ili fm   gl.nilI   lu  luullel. of
MARCUS and MIDWAY
ST-A.G5-JES   LIIflE
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at I p. M
Arrives Mid way Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 v. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FUEIGHT AND EXPBES8
U.   ».   IMCOTtWX'SCMW,   X*XXOX?XtXXlT01B..
J. WARD,
BWCKUYWI AMI  I'l.AHTKKKII
Have You a Cough or Cold?
TRY "TUSSINE."
SIB tt-M-cl SOc. per Bottle
ProjMrC-l ami Sold Only by
R.N. TAYLOR
THE DRUGGIST, VERNON.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Rough Lumber
From $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $18
Per Thon-Jind, METEOROLOGICAL BEPORT. opening jMrs. Meakin, together with
L,t .lo""Long 118"ai '"-''''"'" hiisl.and, has represented the
Altttiiito, 1,800 foot abovo sea level. proprietorship of lhe Knleninlka, and
Melting snow for wco_. .25 of nrincho. rnln, ,0'J; no douht many will he sorry to hear of
| her giving up liusiness in Vernon,
The new proprietor is a inan very
widely and generally known, owing lo
ihis association with the little spot,
called after him. nnd wliieli is situated
[at the gup which the 0. P, U. enters .is it penetrates the Rocky inoun-
J.McNICOL
Jill!
rEMTKHATCHF. FOB   WEEK   BNDINO    JAN. 17.
Ml.X. Mill
, 11.....   30 2
12   22 (1
IS a   1,1 III
II      10 II
15   1,1 5
III   IS 12
17  25 20
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
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WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER)
MIDWAY, B, C.
BOUNDARY FALLS
St,
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i'S Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
tains, hy way of tlin Binv river pass.
Mr. Pailinnre has for years past 1 n
' ill liusiness in Calgary and other places
At Greenwood   men   ure   engaged in the N. \V. T. and will he quite (111
clearing and preparing a foundation (acquisition to the liusiness fraternity
site for the new sawmill.
Mr. James Monaglian passed through
Midway on  Wednesday  last, on his
of Vernon.
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MINING   NOTES.
way to Camp McKinney,
Mr, B. Denzler, who lasl full sold
his interest iu the Steitiwinder claim
Ciinip Greenwood to Messrs. Farrell &
Midgeon, passed oul to Untie un Tiles-
d.iy lust, Presntnulily lhe object of his
trip Is the filial net 1.1 cnl ol the deal.
The Inaugural meeting of lhe Midway Thirteen chili was held on Wednesday evening. A very pieman I
time wns spent, the prngroiiline consisting nf in (isle, reminiscences, etc.,
interspersed wilh refreshments al
regular intervals.   No futilities,
Mi. E. Driscoll of Vernon nunc down
on Friday's stage nnd proceeded on lo
Ilniinduiv Falls and Grand Prairie, lu
all probability Mr. Driscoll will open
a business In this lower country
shortly, and if lie dues su (as lie is a
thoroughly practical man of wide experience) he will certainly receive n
full share ot public support,
Messrs. Blue and Fisher of Boss-
land have niuile il final deal with tlle
Greenwood townsite owners and wiil
pull their mill in from llossherg as
sunn as sleighing is guud. This will
settle the lumber question up lhe
creek, and building operations will I proposition,
not l.e relifrded for want, of lumber
much longer. The mill lhey intend
bringing in has a capacity, without
lieing forced, of 20,(XXI feet per day.
Mr. Hidden, of the Hrni of Ames,
Captain Hall uf Unite and other
mining limn are paying a visit, to Grand
Forks and Ilm North Fork of Kellle
irver. As tlie captain lias been largely
id < nl ill, <1 willi mining in mul an.mul
llulle, and as litis is his second visit In
the country within asliurt tiine.it may
naturally bo Inferred Unit his appear.
unci' presages mining operations of
some kind, possibly lhe erection of a
smeller for lhe treatment of Norlh
Fork of Keltle river ores.
Tim development work being curried'
on upon lite Trilby claim iu Skylark
camp is proving of a very satisfactory
eharacler, ns one of tlle veins ..p....
which a shaft is being sunk has widened
...ll fnnn it fool lo over four feet in
width. Mr. Nelson, to whom Ilm bund
nu the property was given, says, however lhat Ihis is not, the vein of ore
they are looking for, hut to reach the
other vein the work had lo he done on
the one which is proving so good. The
nre upon which the present shaft is
being sunk is of n galena chnmeter,
whilst lbe ore whicli will be sought for
by drifting when the shift hns nt-
tnliied ii greater depth, isa copper-gold
During Um past week a large number of transfers of properly bnve been
recorded at the Midway office, among
which is a bill of Bale of one-quarter
interest in the Last Chance claim,
H-lde'ii k Co., Victoria, came in on situated ill Smith's eamp, This interest
Friday's stage,  paying for  the (list: has In llspoaed of by Mr, W.T.
lime n visit lo lhe district. No-clou lib I Smith to Mr. B. L. Tnte of Spokane,
his visit, will be a prniili.ble one, nsj,UKj  the consideration named is lhe
there ure a number of merchants ill I su f Sg2,500.  The Last Chance Is one
a i ' lower cnuntry whose trade Is well of the four claims located in 181)1 In
worth having and who would do far ihis ramp, and upon which tlie de-
less business ucross the line if ropreseii-1 vHnpnmnt work dune hns shown the
tuliVesuf firms on this side would pay claim lo be a gnnd one.  The ore is
ntteiiliiin In Ihem nnd solicit llieirp.it- 9 ewlial,   too low  gmde  to stand
I'Oliage. heavy shipping charges, but would be
Mi. W. .1. Similgi'iiss can..'over from J very remunerative if it could, befure
Oliuiiagan Falls the fore pari of ibis being shipped, he concentrated,  The
!
and hus iia
ill"     (JH.
owner nt u good
Sp,
Ilia
ore is
cental
silver lend, currying ii full' per
of gnld
Another fairly gond sale has been
made of properties lying in one of our
principal camps, as Ihe records show
that Mr, J, Keough and his associates
. have sold lo Mr, .1. Haney, in trust for
1 Mia .1. B, Haiiberger, of Sail LakcCily.
Willi, lhe four claims iu Summit eamp
'(■     -HI!,.     I
ilia.ill. O
.t..i■:■.   who   is  lhe
saumill plant at the
above in.-ntinned point, took occasion
to stake out a timber-hull nr two
on llo.u.du.y creek, ll is quite apparent from his action Lhat this energetic liusiness inan does uol intend tn
let nil the plums in Ihe pudding f'il'1 Himied respectively theB, Bell, A.pi„
ll»'<>ugh his fingers. Remington ami Delnniar,  The  pin-
We cull attention to a notice to con- chase price is stilted as $7,51X1 and the
tractors in this issue. Building opera- ■ hill of side is nn absolute one, without
tlons will Ihis spring he curried unex- restrict Ions, reservations, options or
t.ensively throughout this section, and other clauses generally found in .such
this being lhe case, men who nre en- instruments, So few thousand dollars
gaged in the bnsines', such as ciirpen* I woiild he a vei y small price In pay for
ters, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, n mine, but when it is taken into con-
etc, should turn Iheir attention this sldurallou I hat lho properties sold have
way and be ready for a call upon their had little work dune upon them, and
services, Two or three years ago the are really prospects, the price may he
district wus entirely without sawmills, \ considered satisfactory. What de-
and now the coining spring may see I velopmeht work bus been dime an.l
four such Institutions in active opera-1 which was principally expended on the
tion at different points.   Tills spunks in. Bell  has given "very sulisfactory
for itself. (results, mil  imiys   from   lh e
The famous hostelry, lite Knleinulka,; samples have given some nstonishing
at Vern on was the scene nf a pleasant vniues, yet in tlm main when tin;
and at the same time regretful gather- properties are heller developed they
ing of intimate friends the past week will no doubt bu found to be large
who responded to invitations Issued bodies of fairly high grade sulphuret
for a farewell banquet tendered by ore, carrying Ils principal value in gold
Mrs. Abbott and daughters, who are und cupper. Ills to he hoped that the
taking their departure fur England, purchaser will see lit in thoroughly
Mrs. Ahbnttciiuicoutnbout two years test the value of his purchase by de-
ago, accompanied by her sou and two velopineiit. work,,.ml if this is dune
daughters, nnd purchased a portion of' and Ibey turn .nil well llmir value will
the Aberdeen Coldstream estate, and he greatly enhanced, ns very little
hns since resided there. Being very doubt need hu elite.luined Unit the
popular aiming Ihe host of friends .camp will fur any considerable length
they bnve made dm illg Iheir residence nf lime occupy an Isolated position, us
in the districl, their departure will be right through tlm cilllip in which Ihese
greatly regretted, and coupled  with i claims arc situated lies Ihe route of
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i A Full Slock oi
Rubber Hoots
Lumbermen's Ov-rshous
Manitoba overshoes.
All Mini. \\ in-i-niiteil.      ..3-2.ll
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HL'TCHKKS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Men!  flclivcrcil it. Hock Creek mul all llie
Mining ('minis.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
D \V. JAKKS, M, li..i. M.
IIV  .UTulXTMKNT
!    RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVEH
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Diifereni Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars    •    -    -   Goad St_l)lin<>,
Hi Also
i New Line of
A CARD.
Ill Wool Blankets
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MIDWAY, B, C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tomlow tiro Oftllod fortl.0-oiwtri--ttoiio. two
dwutliiiK I-Oiwoa nt Midway, Plana Wirt «li3_tll ■
cations may uo soon nt the Advance olllee, nr
duplicate, furnished upon application,
Tondors tu bo uont In not later than the 2-th nf
b'obrnary, 180.1. Lowest or any tender not.
neccH-iirilymueptort.
\V. H. N'OltMS.
Agont Midway Townalto Co.
Midway, Jan. 20, .MM, 16
AGENT WANTED.
A Mm. wlm wantH In innke miinkv to sell
Hidden Mines and How to Find Them
BY W. THOS. NEWMAN.
This bunk Hells itself—describes kvkiiv uin-:
nml MINUItAIi of ciiliic tn eiiinnicree. including
0_M6 mul I'l.Kclnl'H BTONKS mul tells liow In
lest them fnr yourself. Ilmv In llnil. tost,
wink, sell in' ilevcln|) nil kinds nf mines. Ilunil-
1-cdn snlil in lli-lLii.il Colnmliiii williinit any
uj-enls. Yor can- ski.i. a TiuHxixn kioiit ' ia.ii.. vn,,|L
witiii.E vm- i.ivh. Liberal commission to llvo "•"J." -
ujrents.  YVi-ilr us now.
Price by iiu.il, SL.iii clnili: SJ.IKI Icnlhor.  Address TIIK M. Rinnans I'l'li. (....
ul Young St., T.n-iitilii. Out.
To tlie lloiiiiiliir.v Creok nnil
Kettlo Itivor Minors nnd Kosi-
(Icnta Qonoriillyi
(Iiikktimi.—Wi- lien to in.iki' Ihi'
i.iiihiiiii.'cuii'HI Hull we hnvo upcticd
ii Konrrnl store nl 111.' n.'iv town of
Ill-eel.'.v.mil on Hoiuulnry crecli, whore
wi" hnvo un hand nml dully arriving n
Inrg. stork of general incrrliniiilise.
in soliciting ii shiiri'uf your patron-
nge, we do so feeling col.11.lent Ihul if
ymi will .'iilriist us willi your favors,
wo sliull lie eqiinlly nnd mutually hl'iie-
(ilted.
M.iny years' experience in other
purls of the provinco hus convinced ns that, lhe puhlic generally
would much prefer tn do business upnu
u cash hnsis, providing the price o"
goods is consistent with thin system.
Feeling ennlldcut that snell is the ease,
ive Leg In say thai we have ad..pled
this method of doing liusiness, viz.
eii her fur casli in-trade, nnd in doing
su ive lielieve ive ar.' acting in the l.esi
interests of our customers.
An inspeelion of uur slock lllld ..li
entpiiry ns to prices will convince all
tllllt such is lhe ease.
In conclusion, we would suy that
every opportunity will he embraced hy
us In foster nn.l ..'..del- assistance in
the development of lhe rich; mining
and agricultural resources of this
seel ion.
Tin.liking vm. in anticipation fnr
yniir ninny favors, ive remain respect-
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
——  A GOOD .STOCK OK
Grpoeeries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete.
—ORDERS TAKEN FOR Aid. KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF  .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
H. WOOD k CO.
Greenwood, Boundary Creek. II. O.
We-w    -B-u.-fccli.-s--*     XSixsl-txes-s.
A CARD
k
HAVING opened npn bulchor bttBimvfi on |
Hoiiiiitiirj Creok, wo are turpi.rod lo,
fnrni.h th<* rery ehoicwl  mcatfl lho BOTOHRRS,
murkouirordu to ti.o«o wiKnv.il fnvor Greenwood and Boundary Falls.
un willi Iholr custom. 1'riccn reasonable
andordcra delivered nt residences nnd
tlio iliil'iTHit mining wimps, Your put-
ronago respectfully solicited,
McimwMX a   NELSON.
PLACE your nnlovs curly for 1'oultr.v
Mont, Mutton, Pork or HnUMigo, Only
tlio host kept in stock, mul |irlce
iTiisdimlik'.
Mcdowell * nh>on.
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GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
A 1,1, l'l.ACKIl MINING CLAIMS AND
*» I.eiisoliolds legally held in tlio (Isuj-uus
llivisinn uf Yule llimnet nre It-Id ovor from Hie
Isl dny of Novoinbor, 1803, In Il.e Isl ilny uf
June, IW, C. A. II. LAMBLY,
_ul<! Comintsslonor.
(luvel-itinenl OfHee. Osiijnos, II. 0.,
Mil October, Mi.
!  Til -r\
County Court Notice' I K
sllllnijs nf lhe ('niiiitj' Court of Yulo will bu j
liiildcniisfiilluivs:
At Oittiytioti on Mon.li.y, 411, May, 1811(1,
Al Midway on .Vcilucsilny, (Ith Miiy.iHIIfl
At U.e hour uf eleven o'clock in the forenoon. I
lly eoiniuniid, <'. A. 11. LAMBLY,
j llnverniuent Ofllco, Osiiyiins, II. ('. r.   j
lice. Ullli. 1MB.
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EAD ■ MARK ■ LEARN
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CASH OR TRADE i
lhe wish olfeieil fnr u linn voyago will
certainly he tlie hop. I lint (lie near
future will see their* return. Mr.
Abbott will remain and carry mi the
liusiness nf fill'iiiinl".
On Monday Inst Sir. W. B, Raton of
Npiillunuhccu paid Midway n visit i.n
his wnv hnilie afler l)_iti|f 111 lhe Kont.-
nay cnuntry. He nxpruiiseil lliin.olf
as well pleased with his Iirsl trip
l.hi'Otigli ihi' different ililnliig fitiiips,
and cinisiilers Ihul lhe Oklltlllgllll Mis-
sinn people's energy in Irving In cap-
lure a certain prnpiirtlnii nf the Koole-
nay trade, hy C-talill.hlng depnts
lliere, very eu.ninendal.l.'. He aays
iindunlileilly in Binno lines nf produce
they ciniiut euuipele with theircousins
across the line, Imt in nlhers they arc
nil right. Mr. Pnt.nn paid il visit In
Greenwood and was a guest uf Mr.
Wood a few days. He intimated ho*
fni'S leaving for the north that in all
proh.il.ility lie would return liefore
spring and cnlcr into business in lliis
sect lull.
It is learned Hint Mrs. Meakin, pen*
prielress of the Kttleiniilka hotel, Ver-
niin, has sold nut her stock and effects
to a Mr. I'lidniore of Calgary, who will
in future l.e identified with this splendid hnstelrv.   Since lhe Hrst day nf ils
future  railways
dislricf.
tu   lie   liuill  in Ihis
TAX NOTICE.
AssoHHinont A.^t nnd Provincial
Revenue Tux, Hock Creek
Division of Yule District.
NOTICK Is horoby given tlml nssosKoil uml
provincial revenue luxes for IfHHIaronow
duo and payable at my nllleo, Osoyoos, at tlio
following rates:
If paid ou or before IHIIh June, onc-hnlf of
ono por eont. oil roal property, two pel* eont on
wild lanil; oir-third of one per coat, on pur-
soiml properly; one-half of one per cent, on
Income.
If paid on or after 1st July Two-tbinls of
ono por cunt on real property | two uud one*
half por cent on will land ; one-half uf one per
cent, ou personal propartyi three-four! ha of
one per eont, on income; provlliotul revnnuo
tax, |3,t)0 por'oapltfl,
C. A. 11. LAMBLY,
Assessor and Collector
Hook Crcik Division of Vale DUlrlot.
■Jfc.iiy.nf*. II, I*.. i:ilkJ!ijiii*ir,\.l.*.i>!;.
CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
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- Will secure In vnu lhe very hcsl linrgnins in all lines uf
. . . GENERAL   MERCHANDISE . . .
-AND
BSXCTE-X&S'  -   SUPPLIES
AT THK (lIU'liNWOOII ST01IE, IIOt.'NDAItY C1IBKK, ll. c.
R. WOOD & CO.
at at at at at at at at at at ata^a^at a,i^i,tatt^Kit a.iSiHS HiHtHA
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Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines.
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
: All Stock Crown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
SPOK A N E    I- A I. I. S,
I'. (). Box 582. Washington
	
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, F«>raiET_f,s.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including:
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawborry, Grany-i.  Pineapple  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Sum Syrups-
All iii Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
Pol' prices iiiiii ull other Information ..pply lo
C. E, STUART,
D. BURNETT, Agent, Carson,
Agent, Spokane, Wash. Ornnil Priilrle, 11. C,
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARBON, KETTLE HIVl'll, 11, C.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary .reek Mines,
- - -s-
First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
Mli'llllllUOKI), I'l lalil'C.
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best
Special loinpi-uj-
I    sors driven by
PELION     WAIER
I     •    WHEEL
mounted direct up-
,     on orank-shafti fls-
P6.Iallyndapto.for
Utilizing tlie power
ol ii.iiunlulii sle.tns
aa shown In   Illustration.
McLAREN BROS.
PROPRIETORS.
h. p. palmerston;
Agent for Midway and District.
\o NOTICE is Iicrcliygitcu tliat 30 days Irnm
dato 1, u'liiiiini I'.,.'-i-**--, Intend ioupply
in tlici.-liief -omutlflsjouerof Lundi iind Works
Iur ti license lu cut mid eiin-y away timber frou.
tlle lnlliiwini; d(-M.-ri!ici! Iilliils, situillc ill tlie
Osoyoos Division uf Vale I li.-i i lei:
I ..liiliici!. inn nl u pi,.,!  set iii llu- '..Illll lillllk
uf Boundary ercek. I| mil,-.-. from its moulli,
thenco east I'. miles, tliouco soul). 1 u.lle, thence
west 11 null -. in. iiiii- iniiili 1 utile to point of
I coiniiieMeetuelit, eni.laiiiing IK10 aerCB. more or
'hUged tn iilwndnn his popular ••»» ,, ,
" , '   ', Midway, II. (.'.-December 31. imfa.
lii.-in   ppigmiUIII. nn.l   make iii.nlher  .
Kvmlieiiie
U. S. COLD RESERVE.
Fm- llie week I'lidlnK January 11 lhe
«i.Ill reserve nf the I'..it.'.I Stales ivns
Imveri'il.-inn! I.e. $.j,iKIO,l«)0 ano Is now
r.-diiced in $-8,000,000, anil it is i-uite
|...ssil.e llie secretary nf the treasury
will he
weeks 11
.1.
prut
I within  ths next tW»MoTlci! 18 HBRRBY GIVENthatappllea-
■c) I In- i;nlil icscrvf I I'l iiii I IN   tion wilt be mud. lo i In* L_yinlativc Aa-
., *, - ..   _ ffumblv of Uriti-li Columbia, ui Hs next flcs-ion,
iiiiiluliiiicii.  OnJunimry * tliutv "Ji«;r(,rilll wi ,„ incorpomto a company for the
it raw n from tin-* tif.-isiny t-V-pr One
mill.(Hit*; of j_jttltl in tuns anil i-oin.
■   ♦-    -
SMALL DEBTS ACT.
^iiiriHwo of uoiistruelltig- operating nml work
Illg (loop UiiiiiL'ls. driflK or tthafU tor the mir-
jhihc ol exploring for, diHcovuiiiiK. working,
Kt'tling. acquiring -'imi   recovering miaurnl*.
siiimtuin blind VtilitB.lotlgos or lo Ics in the
liisiridsoriCuHluinl Wesl Kootenny, Vale ami
(tiriboo, in the Province of lint iul i Columbia,
iiiul for entering upon nml iiconiriiig hinds for
Swire limr ii«u Mr. JiwlMi' .'misr miub purposes, and for collecting toll, for tbo
...       ii-       ,i     ci     ii   useof such tunnelH or working* by any other
Ritvt-J  t\ iHViHloii ..wHiHllg Nil' -Small j (HirwuiH ur companies ongngwJ in mining and
Debts Art immiisl-Mitiwi.-tl.   HwttlltlV I w ^Hiring mit-h w«l«i" l^vcrH <n* privilegei-.
lis mny be necess'iry ur convenient Iberefor,
the sat im*- ((ik'slbiii was hmiighl iip lit together with such utlicr powers or privileges,
Nairn.'.. efiin* JlH.JM-  IIm-riH.ni. .-iihI I !iK|'ls Hri..(ddeNlH.nK.miybcjieee^iry fur ur
im-id(*iitnl!ur|(*umiui-ivu 10 Ihe attainment of
-i i imi In' the foregoing objeotii or any of thorn.
e    .   | A. K. IIUMPHHKYS,
In view of tlie i   j*. Applicant,
"I'l"
I
,1 in Itfi*
lu* ili'ciiinl ilu* pninl  ii
Mr. Jusl in- Ci
M'ci.llii ili'iisii-li, il Is r\|HVlnl lliiil llie
iiolici' an.i siip.*ii«tiary idiikIsIihU'hnf | |N yj|£ mining COURT OF THE Write for Prices to
th'1   |HT)V.W'.' will ilKulll resiiinc  (tic
Dial i)f Miiall ilolili ran*-*,
S. A. SHATFORD
*___*a_a'*_m'is___**mi__„*im-*m,»*m%mm*w«-
D_c*3r Goods -artel -J-flCilliixery
VEKNON.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
IN DRFSS GOODS wc '""" "° Immense assortment with nil the Latest Trim-
IM Mil I 1MFRY -.-enresuro wecanpleiiscyo.i.nswcliiivcft first elinw .nilllncr.aiKl
ii.   ,'. i ..... .1 1.1\ i   (;nr, -ivcyoiitlielatCHtiiitfioHegoodsalprleesiieverbeforcIiciinlof
OUR   DR F *? SM A K F K 'ia"'""• 'nrH<! e*!""''0"''0 »' "i° business, and a perfect
kjkj l\   i_ixii.-70lTini\ ,. i\ -i iHyiiunuiteedprovldiligyouseiidthccorrcet measure
Itcjucmbcr ive carry cverylliini* that n lady requires, anil can save you money if you send your
orders to us. Send one to-day and be convinced. TKRM. (Usll \v,TU (liui.ai.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS IIF
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
CRIPPLE CilKEK 1. A WONDEH.
The ('ripple t'ceek cuiu.Iry is il Willi*
.Ier.   If.iswiiii llieni are Kill shipping
iniiu's in lhe iiislrii'1.   The lu.lepeiul*
el.ee   mine  is   |iii«lili'llljl  $1111,11(10  n
month mill stuping Iiiih nnl  heen cnni*
in.*..ceil.   Tin
fereil    .Slt.ljno.imo   fur   llu*   pruperly
Osoyoos Division of Yale Dis-
ti ict, Holden at Midway, B. C.
'I'o II. II. 1.1,,1,'iislcr of S|iiikiini., In the
-till,   of   llilhliliii'liili.   II,   S.   A„   llee
>ll,ii*r.
Uml   I.n notion Iiiih  lieen
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG. B. C.
TAKK NOTICK
tillered and n huiuiiioiih IrWiod ugoiimt you
in tho abovo Mining Courl by Itobort Hatter*
riim of lloiiiidnry i-reclt. free miner, for eject-
n ion I from tin-" Roderick I)hu" inlnornl elulm,
. lugellicr willi nil tin- right*, nml prlvllogod
wiirr was ici'i-iilly nf- [glvon lo lho said mineral claim, under tho provisions of Mm Mineral Act, nnd an order hit.
iice11 made Unit ibe iiiibliciition of ii notico of
Whun iiftM why lie iinl nntlakolt, tboonlryof iwiili MUon In tho Advakom rnma-
IJftpOr, 'Hid acn|i\ 11| tin- i.i ill iiiii in |i. 1-.1 I'd iinllii'
lie I'i'pli.'ii:
" Why kIiou'iI I lake $(1,000,000 when
lhci'('is$llMHJ*U)l!l)iii nighl?"
SilM-u .-Ylppli! (Vci-k has rniuolollm
fl'.IIll. tllt'll' illl'   plrll
C iluratlii,   A year ago Ilm Him-llei'shi
1'nlor.uln h ul llii'M- HgtMllH nil uver the
I'l-uinlry Im%*iij;_c iliy nrcn -In Mniitium,
Id.ilt'i ami C.ilifui-niii   in fact, I'vcry-
.v.im.'I! that tIlill I'la.ss (if in-r.-. ciniltl hi!
ii'dainril.   Nn\v  they an' um king  a
strung hiil Iur lend ores In smell lhe
Golnradu [iKHliiei.,
In O.-lnhi'i-nf lasl  year the smi'llcrs
received ll.-MfKi LuiiHiif ure frum Cripple
Oreeki nearly om-lialfas uuicli as wm*
taken out during lhe whole uf the pre-
ceding year, and lhe value of Hie Idgh
lii-iide ore aln:ie was frum '$830,000 to
»1»000,(XX).
 4.—,
Legal hlaiiks nf  every  descriptlun
printed nt The Advaxob nfflce,
THK GREEN APHIS OF THE APPLE.
door of lbe Mining KccordcrKolIloi-iU Midway,
nfiircsiiiii. for 11 period of two weokf, also thnl
lhe delivery of 11 scaled copy of the Runimona
iHgitod in tliiH action, togoihor with a swiled
oopv of tho nforewiid order, lo Her Mnjenty's
prutninBtor ni Midway, I), t;„ addressed and
v 1 if drv niefl in registered io your inM known place of real*
donee, namely at HpoKnnO) Slate of Washing-
lm, U, S. A., shall be deemed to be good and
mimctorl service of tbo kiiiiiiuoiis upon you.
This HiiiiiiiioiiH will be benrd at Midway,
aforesaid, on the twenty-seventh day nf January, A. 1>. I8MI, al eleven o'clock in llie forenoon, on whieh day you are required i<> appear,
and if you do not appear, either in person or by
your agent, nl the time ami place above mentioned, aneh order will be made nnd proceed-
intf- lakoii ns iniiv seem expedient.
lUto I this "tli day nf January, A. I>. 18M.
[8KA1.J Mining Coiirt l (.'. A. Ii. UMULY,
Osoyoos  Division of J   Gold Commissioner,
Yulo dlBtrlot.
VERNON ITRIT.IID AND SALE STABLE
(j       Single drivers   .
Double diivers .
HORSES boarded b)
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
STOVES! STOVES!
CHATHAM WAGONS AND TRUCKS!
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stovet-', Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels an.l axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be snid
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
0
0
A L'lll'Cflll 1
(if apple In
year, ..spi'i'i'
Inula mul In 1
.aliiiliatimi nf tile l«'i(;a
s nl I liis Ke.isiiii nf tlie
lly 11I.11..1 lite terminal
(•vices nf Il.e Imrk, "-ill
ili-ti-lnse iiiiiiiIiiii-s of minute, nvnl, shin,
in;-' lilill'k hkks, siinirelv (iiie-lwelflli nf
(lllllll'll in llMI|(lll. Tll.se, ns is well
known In musl uri'li.irilislB, urn lhe
(•K.'snl' Ilm gri.Hii iipliis,. About llie
time til • I.n U hiii'-t, I hest. t'KKS liiltcb,
pi'Otllll'lllg il. nil rusi's ivill^li'ss feinales
only. T'hesi' fi'in.ili..sbrlng forlli living
yi.iin.H, I'lllii-ely ivilln.nl tin* inlei'Ven-
1 ion nf males, liy llie process known as
pai-lhi'iiii^eni'sis. or virgin reprndiic
linn
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
(Jeriiiieiite   of Improvements,
noTioa.
TlIK WlNNtl'IKJ CI..11M.
Situate in Qrcoiiwood C'rtinp,   Keltic Hivcr
MiniiiK Dlvlfiion nf Vulc llislricl, I). (.'.
TAKKXOTICKHi.il I. Duncan MoIiiIohIi,
I'.-ce (iiinurs iii-rlilii'iiln No. iilillll, inliiml,
sixty (lays from Mm .lute horoof, to apply i.» tho
(Iiiiil I'niiiiiiissinimr for u ci'i'tslU-iitcof iniiiriivii-
iniiiiU. for tli'.* piirpo.il ul i.ljl.ii.ii.ig a Crown
grmil ..I tho abovo cluim,
Anil further tiiku nolieo Hint iul verso i-lniniK
111 list l.e sent to tliu Milling iteeonler uinl notion
commonood heforo tlio issuance nf sunli cerllll-
onto qf iiii|iriiv.iincjils.
Iiutcil l.l.ii. Ulli fltiy of Novoinbor, 1SH5.    Ill)
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming- attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
D  Saddle horses
L
A
GENTLI
D     Double drivers
L    Single drivers
Saddle Horses
S
W. GARDNER,
PROPKIKTOR.
3-fMWIW^
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Corl ideate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Tin: li.iiiK House MiN-it'i, Claim.
Siliiuio in sliylurk (Inmp, Kellle Illver Mining
DIvIbIoii i.I Y.v'e llislricl, II. 0.
TAKK NOTIOElh.it 1. Itobort Wood, free
uiincrs iierlilleiilc N'n.llim'i, intend,sixty
days from the dule lioroof, lo apply to Il.e tloi.l
I'i.ii'b nf lliese nni'tlieiiogeniiliciCommlBiiloiiorf.irnoortllloaloofliiipt.venioiitB.
,    ,        . ,   ., fm-ilie |iiiri)iise nf obtaining u Crown Grant of
Uiini.lesl.eiil's fi-iun l\vn In lliiee young iho above olnlm.
iliilv   for II   pei-intl nf  !»..   weeks nr     An.l lui'tliei'lake notice, lliiil iiilvct'sccliiinis
1                                         must bo sent to lho Mining Roconlor and action
Tlle young bejir progeny when ; commenced before the issuance of such ccrtlll-
.          i i' ■    ,i     ciiteof iiiiiiriivcuients.
ir lei. illvs niil in llie     ■      . .'■ 	
is Hie  nail lli'la    Bl'gill*
Mfflm
ii
I Railway, Mining and Agricultural if
Centre of the Kettle River
i.a..-.'
lib lilt il week
same ni.innui'
lllng with till' fi.III'I ll general inn, some
of tin* iniliviilii.ils or whole lir.m.ls nrti
winged. uinl by ibis iiiemiH the insect I Ocrtlflcate
spreads rnpitlly fi'oin Irri. i» iree.
Tlie increase in llu. nnillllers nf Ibis
insect is sn rapiil Ibal lbe progeny of ll
single in.livi'l.i.il may ...n.iunl in oitej
seas .n 1.. over n Iflllion indivldiitili
l.uleil this 'and ilny of Octobor, lWli.
MINERAL ACT.
of   Iniprovcniciits.
NOTICE.
Jack or Si'aobh .mixmiiu. Claim,
situiiic in ilm Central Camp, Kettle Itivor Mining Division of Vale llislricl.
,    . ,. . TAKE NOTICK that wc, Robert W I, free
Inc Insl I..- I nt living young pro- 1   minor's cortiflcato No. 1101)1, mul .1. W.
iloeeil eni-li   vc-ir  cini-i-ls  nf   nHpfwl !luk'l. 1V.....1, free nii.icrs ccrtillcatc Xn. Il!l,i,i.
""""''""   ••""   'annHTI  "I   puiieu nmr*.<ni..k (Inine, Ircc mliiiir's crlilli-rlc No.
....lies nnil I'cniiili's.   Afler pairing, tbe ;''ilV.i. intoiiil, sixly days from the dale horoof,tu
,..,,,               ,,,          ., apply totlioQiildCoiiimlssloiicrfoi'iicortiltcato
Iul Ier lay Il.e eggs ami I lien perish, oMmprovonioiit., for tho purposo of obtaining n
In view nf lliese fuels iii llie life Ills- L'™»'» S™"1 otllionbovoclailii,
i   And lurllicr lake iiotii-i'. Mini adverse claims
lory nf Il.e insect, llu* ilcsirnliilifiy of iuuhi lie sent to the Uold Comml-ilonor uml
i   ',.    ....   ,i,       ,,„ i.,  ,„.,.„ action eoniiiicnccil before tho Issuance of suol.
.1 ..irojiiig   ilia   eggj   iippunls very L<orlllluntoofluiproroinoiils.
slronglv In niinv ni-i-li.ii-ilisls. dated this iWtti day of Novoinbor, 1-95.
S nne inillini-iliea bnve I'l'l'iinillllllllluil i ■  ™~"-*~?"
winici .(j.,-..,-.--, snali us sulphur, sail, MINERAL ACT, 1891.
lime, or strong kerosene emulsion for ——
destroying lbe aphis eggs.  The besl:Certificate   of  Improvements.
sprtiy I'".- ibe pel. linivevBi', is lh.it
niinle nl' In'.,.ecu, winch sbnul.I he up-
lied jusl al'icr the eggs hi.tcb, which
has   i.   ileaiili'd  .t'.li'illllilg.l  ..ver  tlle
UTOTIOB
St. I,awiii:.\ci: Minekal CLAIM,
ti Ililcr sprays.
tlcl ynur lull beads, killer heads, en-
vclups, elc, ul  TlIK AliVASCK.
. ISDWABD A. HAIN ^
..  DEALER IN ..
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-      Toys,      -:-
Cifjai's, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C,
'TUSSINE'
Slluatoin Central Camp, Kottlo Etlvur Mlnliip
Division of Vale District, B. C,
IAKE NOTICK tlml wo, Holier! Wood, froo
iiiiiuTH cerllfluato Nn. JlOtil, iuu] .1. \V.
rliWood, froo minor'fl oortttlcnlo.llliiB.iii'
toufl, Blxtvdays from Uio (Into horoof iint|i|ih
I to tho Uold UoinmlfiRiotior for a oorLtltoaioof
I Imiirovoinoutw, fur tlio JHiriJoao uf obtaliiitiff n
crown Ki'iint nl I he nboVO rmini,
■   And furtlior tAkotiotioo. iimi atlvorHooliiliin
I uiiihl be H'lit to Die Ouiil Lloinmlwlonor ami
i notion commonood boforo llio Usnaiioo of mioli
j coi'lKlcftU) uf iiii|iriivi*nicnlH,
!   liniiii iiii- 'J'itli day uf Novombor, IMU,      U
Till:; IIKST I1KMKDY KOH
MINERAL ACT.
Cortillcato   or  Iniprovomonts*
ivoticu.
Tin: flnt-DBN CJltowN Minmiiai, f'MiM,
sit nnl i; in Wellington t'nmp. Kottlo Hivcr
Mining DivWon of Yalo Dlrtriot, B. C.
TAKK NOTICK Mint I, W. J. Porlor, free
minerr- rorlillnilc No, ADI53, inlciul, sixty
(day_from tbo dato horoof, to ftpnly totlii.' Gold
Uonimlwionorforftoorllflcalooflinprovomontfl
I fur ihu |nii*|ViHu tof obtaining a ' 'rown ;niiii of
; Hn; abotp claim.
Ami furtlior take nol in, llmi ndvorfia claiiin.
must bo uont. to tlio Oold Coiiimlasbnor ami
action commoncod before ibe itb-imnco of sued
cortllicatoof lm pro voinontR,
Da'cd thin tub day of Novoinbor. l^Mi.     17.
MIDWAY
The    X" tx t,xi. x"-d
%
Country.
II
SI
$
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W.H. NORRIS oi.™ R.C. ADAMS,
Midway, 15. C. Montreal, P. Q.
mmm
VEKNOW. B. O.
Wiclrelles   Ss   Benonf, ___*tdL.
Vlotoi'l*., B. O
KIIIIVLTUIAL MiCHINEBT.
SOLE AGKNTS l'OIt
Brantford ® Binders § and ® Mowers
THK HEST IN TIIE MAItKl T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough--, Harrows &c, be.
WAREHOUSK AT VERUON.
C. F. Costerton, Agent.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
ANO
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER. PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
: FLODR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Food always in stock,
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
|
mmm
1        *     i I     HA     I
f ft I 1
"victoria hotel
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Syarad  to Make Guests Comfortable.
StrictlyFirst-Ciass and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers nnd Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
GEO.   EL   iS_£»3aoXTXiB,
BLACKSMITH  ANP    YKEEIl.WRIGHT.
kiOitSESHOEING  AND GENERAL REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   G.....1 Sttililing,  Terminus nf Slug. Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY. Proprietors.
e Sliver Stan
Ruiinin-| ov.r the ilHASL, ROUTE:
Between GRAND FOHKS and PENTICTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. rn., arriving at Grand Foks
' on Fridays, at 3 p.m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a.m., arriving al. Penticton
ou Wednesdays at fi p. m,
FARES AMD EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLER,
Prop.,
Grand Forks, B. c
Coiiglis,Cofc,BpoiieMtisJEESJ
| iiiiiii drou*n nurpnry s
KTCKTf
P.'eparetl  From   t
Fonmils Only by
R, tt, TAyisOC, THIi DflUaQ.ST
VFJ'.NON", B. C.
Gr -p c^w ij-u-i -SOi-iwjto por boui_.
iiiiiii for ovorj' iinoLTtiplcil
Mftiiito'm, N. '.\', T. antl
rciircsciii our lmrdy Cftna*
. s'liick nnil now Hueil p:)la-
[Iocp.   Mbornl iii(Iiiaiinonls to whole or part
I time men,   Kxporloiicod Bul'-ninm will find MiIn
Hi jp"i}vil  til^vnun'id una  Iniploincnt iivpiiIr, farmorfi,
""6 [illinOW! fiOlM, ollOOBO niRkOffl atltl Kt^)(K)t to:.rb-
oin will (io \vo\\ to look intu thjfl. Mcndcvolfnif
lm: part timo do woll witli nn. Stuck cnpocinl|y
grown fur the \\'cHtoru Rflotlotl. Sond postal tii
Toronto, Ont.. fur p;irtii:uliu*P,
fiTOMc >Nn Wn,i,ixnT(iS,
Propnotoiti of "Fonthill N'nruftrlep.
I^rnost in the Ddttllnloti-Ovor "00 ncrea.
Ho.nl olllco, Toronto, Out.; br/lticbos, Cl.ic._a->
lLl.,uui]Xoutr_4iJi>.tX
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G, (>. SHURSON, Prop.
PAIRVIEW, B. C,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
A. J. I
Gtoxarc* sovtb
will leave Penticton 7 a. 111. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
G-OISTGI  NOBTH
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. ;n„ Mondays, Wednesdays
ancl Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. 111., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, Ii C.   -   -   -
W. J. MEAKIN   ■_ ■ -   ■ • PROPRIETOR
THIS  IKITIOIi'NKKDH  ,YO  SI'IO.'IAI,  IIKl'dS! M I'iN DATION
..'- I*'lrwl-<*1hhm Ai'i-uliiilliiilMl i(... l.l   1 he Sii'iuniiiua  .Iillil'll....  TIihih,..'-!
]1STAIII.ISIIl'',n   1MHII.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
"juBizimm fah,m,"j
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Ouk [Si'KCiALTlES—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FKUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TKKES, PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E, Hutciii'kson, Manager.
RAIME'S
HORN  HOTEL.
LUMBY, R Oi
First-Class Accommodation foe Guests. Good Hunting ami Fishing
Slagns fo Vernon and Blue Springs,
Louis -S-Coa-^tx.xa.d, Fvop,

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