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 THE ADVANCE.
^(aaXoI^ ^^'
Vol. V, No. 13.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
• r in
D W. JAKES, M. I)., CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
tiFFICR     I      I     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C M.
VKIIN'O!**, 11. 0
La'ii: or
St. Thomas Hospital,
r\R. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry, Coroner
for East Yale,
j T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' Graduate ok MoGill University.
Office : Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Solicitor SuTUBMH Court,
Notary I'ubmc Convbyanckk, Ktc.
Ofllco: Gllinorc's Monk, lliirnnr.l Avonuo,
VKHNON.   ■ II. I!.
DRED, BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Oitick: Martin's Block.
VkhxiiN, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
N O T A K Y   P IJ II 1,1 0, K 'J' C.
Vkuxon, II. (I.
I   K.JOHNSON,
Law and Colleotino Aoenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
snd Sold.   NotaryPublic.
GRAND   FORKS   ....   B.   C.
CORKES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.O.S.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VKRNON, B. 0.
TT  K.
CROWELL,
TRONSON ST., IY.UNIIN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Finings a Specialty.
C H.LATIMER,
VKRNON, B.0,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
XtasSLCl.  fluz.-v-eyov.
Mem. Amor Soc. Irrig. KllgS,
Assaying* and Analysis of Ores
PENTICTON HOTEL
J.  Tlll'MSKIl, PlIOI'IllKTOH.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with ti. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek.
Kettle River ami Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made por Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Good limiting nn.! Kisliinx.  Row nud Sail Bouts for Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
AKMSTKONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,:
VKHNON, II. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. 0. A. j
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.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
H A M S    AN D   BACON S.
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST  OF   FARMS FOR  SALE,
WOoD,   OAKGII.I.  A   OO.,      -      -       AXtiBXa'X'XtOStCi:
jr. c. IXAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
G-tlgss    Bros.
pAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc,
ItlDWAY, 11. 0. (lUHI'NWOIIl,, 11. 0.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOI). PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kiu.ls  uf  Factory   Work   Kopt  in Stuck  mill   Made tn 'Order
Coast  Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths nml SliInjrlosIKept in stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill un Okanagan Lake, handy lu shipment.   Sash and Door
Factory mi 0. P. R., Vornon,
M. 1I.1BIIETT. II, T, II0D0S0N
BOUNDARY  CHI'IJCIi
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-reonwooil City, B. 0.1
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance with llu. Kettle
Itlvt-r nml Hnunilnry Greek Mlnluir
IM«trIcl».
ILaa-
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.       j 18. Quern Bess, J inlerrst. VV. P. Hnf* I ml'i-pul.   But   Sln.iinerpiil  found   mil
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week ' strtler In G.  I). Leysim, favor in lhe sight ,.f Slmliis. nor in  the
Ending July 2ij 1696. 118- Enterprise,  lll-2b Inianaai,   .1. 1', sight nf the Counsellors, for Stouuier-
15. Lanark, Pass crock, (I. II, Ilnlllei"| Rice In (I. D. Leysim. pill did go to  tlie  place  where dwell
ford. j 18. Lincoln, {Interest. T. fcteAvoy lo I Hildas, even lo Realinonl, and did re-
15. Gat-Held, Pass creek, G. H. Rut her-j D. McLaren, vile Mndas, and theelders in Council,
furil.
15. Richmond, fractional, White'scamp
VV. II. Steele.
15. Minnie, Pass neck, (I. P. Spiend-
ler.
15. Golden Horn, Pilnn creek, 0. Gun-
dersun.
15. Maggie C, Christina lake, C. W.
Staples,
15. Hazel,   Wellington camp, P. N.
Muni.in.
18. Teller, J interest, J, K. Kelly in II*
McLaren,
18. Christina, all inleresi, Donald McLaren to E. Baker nnd A. W. Roll-
saying! 'Thus and thus musl ilmu do,
ill    llle   people   ivill    lint    (lived ill III''
plain, in.i' Iniy of thy lowii'lols.' Then
was Miuliis wrath, and lie comiiiiiuded
llml ii suck lie  glint   In Slntinierpiil,
18, Four Are, | luteresl, ,1, Biilherlniid t And Imu.i was uppnlnlcil lo lhe pi.
In II..I. Cull
20. Ediua, 1 inleiesl, C, VV, Staples In
.1. ,1. Slaeey.
20. Maggie0„ Jlnterest.O.W.Staples
t...I. .1. Stiicuy,
f chief uBIi-or. Afler lliese Ihlngsdid
.iliulitsjniirnoy in Wuvdliu, and I."
talked much with llie people so llial
llievdid give llllll llie inline uf Mlldlia
thenllv-inoiilhed.   And Mndas sum
16. Ediua,   Clirisiina   lake,   (', W, I2*-0''*>y Horse, J Interest, F. X. Qau- ,m0„i| dsaldi'l  will surely luiilil
Slupl
Illl. I  1.. ,1. II. ('.ink.
I houses nf greul  size and lieallly  in
15. Lexington, Pass creek, D, 11. Har- 21' Phiades, J Interest, H, B. Munro Ui Wiiydiiu,'and llie people rejoiced ex
rlngton,
VV.  llnll'lllilll.
15. Oathleeu, Wellington ereek, G. P. il Humming Bird,-J Interest, J. Reece WttJ. ,»
ceedlngly. Then did Miuliisdeparl Iinui
Mini.
10. Free Silver,   Kettle   river,   II.   E.
Beach.
1(1. Sixleen to One, Summit camp, H.
E. Beach and R. 11. Farrell,
10. Cognac, Pass creek, 0, M, Rendell,
1(1. Saukey,    While's   camp.   ,1.  M.
Bliiekl'iurii.
1(1. Monte Carlo, Wellington camp, S,
M. Kiikliiitii.
17. Inileiieiidancc, Chrisline  lake,  A.
Pi,.ii.
17. High Down, Pass creek, H,Hutl on.
17. Gold    Buck,   Pass  cieek,   E. 0.
O'Brien,
17. Provider, Pass creek,  L. Si-home.
17. Whale. Puss creek, T.   Walsh and
0, M. Rendell.
17. South Seattle, fractional, Brown's
camp, .1. H. Foatberstone,
17. Dark Hur.se, Fisherman's creek, ,1.
II. Fealherstone.
18. Cliff. Meyers .reek, John B.-itlan-
coiirl,
18. Keystone, Puss creek, J, iM. Lloyd
and ,1. Jackinan,
18. Manchester, fniclional, Long Like
camp, F. VV. McLaine,
18. Hlue Ilinl,  Wellington cninp,  E.
Driscoll und 0, V. Sunds.
18. Culiinil'la,    fractional,    Skylark
cninp, J. P. Flood.
20. Cnnquestudnr, Siiiumlt camp, V.
St. George,
20. Contact, Wellington ciinip, B,   I..
Gurrisnn.
20. Carlinnate, fraclloniil, Wellington
camp, A. P. Edwards,
20. Svengnli, Wellington   camp.   ('.
Harrington and .1. .Mam.a
20. lilark 11 ills, Fisherman's creek,   (i.
VV. Averill.
20. Coml'nation, Small creek, II. 0. |J
Cramer,
20. Copper Bull..in,  North Fork,  E.
Titsworlh.
20. Hope, Wellington camp,  A.  Sanderson.
21. Surprise,   Skylark   camp,   E.   A.
Bielenlierg.
21. Bala Eagle, fractional, Greenwood
camp, .1. VV. Wilbur,
21. Marshall,   Greenwood camp,   I).,',
Bresbahnn,
21. Little Brown, Greenwood camp, T
Roderick,
21. .land  It.,   fractional, Greedivonil
I" J.W.Seale, "But, behold as siiiiie ivcie walking
21. Belle uf Olluwa, 1 inleresi,.1. UeeeeL,, ||„, pa,!,,,  ||m|   ||u.y   perceived   n
in.1. W. Scale, sl ra nge sight, And one said,'Hal ll n
21. War Eagle, i Inleiest,,I, Reece to wngg •,■ lost a  puckine ruse'''  Ilm
camp, J, Rogers and H. L. Jones,
21. Sl, Patrick, Greenwood camp, fi.
W. Speuce.
21. Tip Top, Greenwood cainp, G. VV.
Silence,
21. I'i'nt, Wellington camp, VV.   J.
Porter.
21. Princess Maud, Greenwood camp,
VV. II. Kanonnd I). McLaren.
21. Sally Ann, fracliiinul, Lung Lake
camp,  M.   H,  Kano and  fi.   M.
Smith.
21. Teller, Brown's camp, J. W, Sloan...
21. Our Minnie, Chrislinn lake,  P.   A.
Z, Pure.
21, Lyuch creek. North Fork, .1.  Em*
dale and ,1. VV. Swaur,
I. W. Scale
21. 0. K,, J inleiest, J, Recce lu .1. VV.
Seale.
21. Roderick Dhu, $ interest, .1. Powell in I!. Wood.
21. Broken Hill,! inleresi, A. II. Pet-
lengall to.I. S. McLean,
OEBTMOATES UP WORK.
15. Gain; ,1, Dunn, M. Garland and C.
Ilny.
15. Fourth of July;. I. Met 'ami.
10. Jumbo; G. McMynn.
1(1, Stinuyslde; G. McMynn,
10. Prince Albert! H, Nash.
10. Mainini.lli, Standard and Wellington) E. Evans,
10. Original; It. J, Burr an.l 11. Stevenson,
10. KlngBcu and Garnet) ,1,E, Walker,
17. Jennie May and Black Bean ,1. Ln-
ycux and .1. P. Shannon,
17. American Etiglei .1. II..bn.
17. Hidden Treasure) T. Walsh and D.
T. 0, Bird.
17. Gnld BllglN, Rlii'. T, Walsh, II.
Hutchison .md D. T. Cuslello.
17. Capilul Prize; .1. Wilbur, .1.  Weir.
IH. Kern., Alice, Ooloradoi ,1.  Meyer
and 1). McLiiren.
18. Lasl Chance) VV. Austin, P, Aspen*
wall, and T. L, Savage,
18. Copper King) A, Hammer and  .).
Moral),
IS. Deer  Horn) A.  T.  Lung and .1.
Reynolds.
18. Christina; Donald McLaren,
18. City ..f Denver; I''. Gome,
20. Cyclops; C. Il.irlnell and .1. I''. Mill.
20. Grubstake; .1. P, Burr ,1. II. Itnlfe.
20. Ledger; J. P. Burr,,I. II. Rolfe, II.
Stevenson, and 0. Van Ness.
20. Crileri.m; J. F. Burr, J. II. Rolfe,
20. Gray Hound) E.  P. Suyda I.
Harris and F. Watson,
20. Lone Star) A, McKiuuey, T, Kirk.
20. Mohawk, l.h.l.i, Cresceui;  II.   II.
Shallenherger.
20. Smuggler;'!' Pasaue.
20. Union; II. Alles.
2(1. Knnlen.iy; E. A. Bielenlierg.
21. Carbonate, Molly Prllchardi C,
Slieeban and J. Buckley.
21. Summit: P. .1. Shea,,I. llaiisun and
VV. Simmons.
21. LillleBiibe;G. Hicken,
21. Big Elcphanlj II. Cole,
21. Lone Star) 0, D. Sauford, 11. Cul
22. North Slnr, Calrngoi'iiiiO. L, Thomet, II. und.I. II. W I.
22. Alice; ti. Beiieriuan,,). Frank nnd
T. McDouiiell,
 *•-.  s/
CHRONICLES OF WAYDIM.       '
am.I her said, 'Nny, fur ll  is veiily ..
dug kennel.'    Illll when I.   lllllll   suid.
'Truly il is lbe I bcs Ibal Mad'ts did
proinlse in build,' llien the peuple pul
lhe tongue In Ihe cheek, and laughed
him lo scorn,,
Aboul I his time did the peuple begin In
revile Isnur Hit, chief officer all account
of the deeds nf Millies and lbe Oniineel'
luis.   Bui Isnor was hound hand and
foot, so Ihul ha could nnl ve.  Then
to nppense lhe people wus Isnur also
given a sack, nnd HulstcW reigned in
bisslend. Now lhe plain was arid, a,,
lhat without wnlei ' Here Ihr
Willing   nil   llie   M.S. is l.bll led and
Indistinct) but from a word here nml
there, one gal hers that Mndas found a
tragical end, being killed by the enraged Wayd..miles fur failing lu put
waiter un the plain. Tlle people themselves shook lliu dusl, and linn' was
lots uf il, of the luwii frum  their  fed
und departed I hence.
 ...	
ON DIFEERENTCHAIiCES.
OnSi ilaylhelH.il, before;W.  II.
Norris, .1.1'., Mr. James Kerr of Bound'
ary creek, suuglil the itbiiteinenl of a
nuisance erected nn.l maintained hv
Mr. VV. M. Ilny und Mr. A. Caslleniin.
of the snuie place,
In fencing iii their land* ibe defend'
mils were imi nlile Iii agree to the joint
erection of a line fence, and llislrtld
iniill each n separate fence on I heir own
land, and iu lining sn lefl a lane nlin.it
cighl feel wide hetween the Iw... In
lhe creel i.n. of Ilis fence, Mr. Roy usul
barbed wire. The position pf Ihe lane
between lbe fences was such llial stuck
passing backward und forward upon
lbe puhlic range, made use uf il, uud
horses congregating in the lane, crowd
ed each olher against the barbed wire,
and thereby gol injured.
Mr. Kerr testllled in having a vnlu-
ulilc lliley mmpletcly itibiid limn in.
juries received in ibis milliner, 'lh.'
(leferdanls admitted the nuisance, lull
uwlllg tn their little (inferences ha.I
nnl heen nhle to agree as lu ils abatement Tin1 ciiurl therefore oiilercd the
bine closed, defeiidiiuls in build .. pel-
mtiiieiil fence across each end uf it. mul
upun llieir agreeing readily In do .-...
and Mr, Kerr seeking only lbe iiluilu'
inenl nf the nuisance, the ense I'ltlSCll,
Air. James Sillberland of Greenwood
City uud Mr. Fulness nf Auiieniilii,
were hroiighl up the suine day Mine
Justices Ken and Nurrl.-i charged, ilu,
nn,. wiih Betting "ui Hies a! Green'
woo.), and ibe oilier uiih slurllng a
lire ul Amu.iluin. In lhe Sutherland
case the lestlinoiiy went in she,,' thai
lhe defendant sliuled a lire nu hi*, own
Innil, which allhiiilgll net ling hey.mil
To the Editor of tlio Aiivanck.
Sir: The enclosed curium document
was discovered enveloped hy a piece of
rusty stovepipe un a vacanl Iul al. Mid
way,   Its great age is denoted hnth hy
Ihe substance nf ll, alerlal upon  bis conlrol, did not escape beyond llu
which the writing is tracotl-a kind of | hou.iduriesof Ins own premises, and
uiui   (Kill  il .     in  .J.iaiiii| " uevii   >'••■-    ■• n ••        ■-           ■■
21. Lund Skylark camp, 0. Dillier. papyrus, I should judge d alsu fr.nn | "" danger having hern dune, ihe enur
22. Finest GI North Fork, H.Mabln the eharacler of lhe hand-willing ii-
disini-sc.l the case, considering il   had
and A  Yunger.
self, which resoi es more nearly Hum I nuJuHi-Ulclh.il in the i,,,ii,*i.
22. Lone Star, North Fork, II. Mabln anylbhig else, a cross between Egypt-
In the Furness case tie. a , coiisltl'
ered the accused had been siiiin-wh.il
22. Vulcan, Nnrlh Fork, ll.M.ihin ami
A. Yunger.
22   Iowa, Brown's creek, E Hyde.
22. Pbiledelphia,  Brown's creek,   E,
Hyde.
thansi'khs,
....linns.   Believing, however, thai as 8»K0Ht, I s uud ge was oca.
lhe discovery was made in lhe neigh- »i«in*rf I'.V Hit, nl gh ll required
hnrhnutl, should vnu I e nhle  In  Iruns- M-**-1 «■' ■ ' 0""'*« "' 'l"ilu " l,""|,H''
bile the M.S., II would pruveufinleiesl  of men lo bring il under i Uol,  ihe
to your readers I have,,,,,, I,  p| ,.*, nominal lin lived,, a was luipus*
 ntriisliiig my lllld to ynur rare,        ed, and ihe accus, atei  Beve:o
14. A e, 1 interest, ('.Vacher In A. Till! 8PB.TAT(.H.      lecture lls to Ills ennduct for lhe  „
Gar r. lu such cus.-s,
II. SI. Man, iee, ji est, ('.  Vcclier     "And ileum,! to   pass   in   ll,"   yea,      " -M "'"' "Ml ''""' v'"""-
li.A.fiiiruier. when lhe mines of theplacecn 1 Ar>-|'»'>' cni-iili')' ■•'■■« held  before Juslice
hound creek  w  hul  little known,  Norris III a case i o men,
, ,,.„ wise miu, t laud.  And lames O'Neal and Ivrncsl Ciiselln, were
wis n'suii was Mailna.   He look- chaiged by a inan hy tlle iiiiiiii! m Al-
ed and behold he saw a uilglily plain,[ '"'" ll"«' '"' "n''"1" "'  l'"r"">'
II. Mlllslle, ' interest, C. Vacher lo A,
Garnier,
15. Rlverblrd, f Interest, A, L, Ropers
to II. 0. Pile.
MARCUSand MIDWAY
STAGE   ImINU
Leaves Marcus  Mondays and Thursdays at i p, m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 v. M
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 I', M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 Si—.—-
110. Muni lh,.I interesl, E. Evnns lu
II. VV. llololi	
II). lii'xingtun, 1-5 inleiesl, G. \V.
IliiinbergerloT. Ki,Uc.
III. Lexington, 1-8 Interest, J, M. Taylor InT, Kirke.
plain will, little post*, thai Madas, th.1
wise man, did appoint u chief nfllcer lo
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN  TO'iMAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS 118. Twins, S interest, ti. M. Kirkliauilolsell such parcels uf laud thai he mighi,
ihiiii llulle uml I will  buy  llie plain
ami I will surely build a uiigtityeiiyon
Ihe plain, und I will build llie  aily  on
10. Lllile K„l luteresl, S M. Klrkliam wind,'for Madas perceived llial much
In L, A, Manly and G. Hicken,       pmHt wnsto be made thereby.   And
17. Ilntnfat, j inleresi, tl. Arncl.f lofi, I Madas bought the plain, mul be lulled
A, Guess, I Ihe numu of the pluce Waydliu.   Now
17  Lllile K,, i Interest, W, Austin l.
ti. M. Kiiklmiii.
17. Big Chief, J interest, W. Austin I,
S. M. Kirk Iinui,
l„d'the 1, wn, exe glair.   A „d femn U'e person commitleil al  Uieeli*
Madas said iu his heart, 'Verily tills Is «ood Cllyon llie  Mb  Insl,   Sev
plain goodly to see, 1  will go In lhe wllnesses wereex d for lho pi
' r * ..,: I.I...    .1...   , !....
ciition und ilefeuce, ill lbe lerinitiuliuu
of which the accused were I'limmllled
for rial.
...
A sineber nf a daily capacity of 2,.*'«l
Inns is to lie Iniilt at Home |iiilnl,  pre-
suiiiahly RoliBon,above Tn.il  on   ihc
(,'nluinhi.i.   The smeller will he work-
when Quarrel, lie of Ihe Irlnngle nnd ,.,| in ciinnuclluii  with the 0. P, 11,
chain, bud made iiu end of marking llio j This smell cr will couipelc fur ure with
those now in npernllon nt Trail mid
Nelson. The capacity nf both lbe Trail
und N'elsnn Hinelleis is In be llirtenscd
XX.   X>.   MOK1IIKON.   PBOPBIETOll,
VV. Austin.
nnd tin-inline i.f the olliii't   iv,in  Stun*  nl OHIO. THE ADVANCE.
W, it. NORMS I'liopaiBToa
Published   weekly   nl   Midway,   I!. C,
Suli Iption Price, S'-'.ih, per a un, payable
in advance,, lli r yearly or linlt-ycarlj ;u the
opll : Ur .-ie.-, -nli,. r.'
Advertising Hates sent nn application.
Though III,' ■■. .1 mil ii - ,i( Tin: AllVAXOB ure
always opon for lhe discuss! f matters .if
puiili'i- iiiii-i-i-at iiiiii importance, wo do nol noc-
cossarlly endorse nnj of lho opinions cxnrcssoil.
Corrospoudence of a personal nnturo ..ill mil bo
published.
MONDAY, JULY 27. 1806,
: : A cross in thlsspnco hull-
: i-iiiiw Unit yourHiiiiserlpiloti
:   to tliis paper Una expired.
PASS CltKKK.
the bride and bridegroom at the altar
and lliere performed llie marriage servile, at the conclusion nf which he delivered n short address. The chapel
was beautifully decorated wilhfluwcis.
 ►•-*	
CANADIANS AT IIISLEY.
Ill llle conlcst fur tlie Kalipore cop
ihere were four competing teams: llie
English, Canadian. Guernsey and Jersey, Al Ihe conclusion of ihe shooting at 200 yards, the English team led
lbe Canadian l.y six puinls. Al ihe 500
yiuds range the Canadians had the
lead nf lhe English by three points,
uud ui the conclusion of the shooting
the scores by tenuis stood ns follows:
Canndinns, (15(1) English. (Ill; Guernsey
018| Jersey, 58(1,
The Canadian victory was a popular
one, and the team was treated to Ire-
inendoiiBcheers as Ibey returned tu
I camp,
The,, is every prnspecl of lhe Queen's
prize being won by Canada again Ibis
year, judging hy lhe g 1 wurk already done,
AT ONCE
:::;T?"i2,5oo
When u month ur Iwo ago a claim
war slaked mil on Pass ereek, very few
hnd any idea llial ibis iiiiiii would
Iiiiiii Ihe nucleus around which a eamp
of large proporlIons would grow, ami
yel such i-1 la1 case, for already a number of claims have heel] recorded, and
sliil every day limls new discoveries
llllld.-, lllllll many aie beginning In
minder whal her ur mil the largest of
the Boundary creek camps is nnl now
III cuiirsouf development, Heavy iron
cupping is characleristic of the camp,
beneath wliieli at a few feel in (L pill,
development wurk shews n splendid
sulphide nre. Cniiiiuuuirill.it
furnished hy the luiildb
good trail, and shuuld Ilia Columbia
k Weslern Railway ever be built
through the districl. in. iluubl il will
pass right thrnugli the camp, as it  Is
by way of Pass creek the rou f  ibe
railway Is gazetted. No less I halt eleven
clnlius Inculed In this new camp may
bt found in last week's record -.
ll is nut lo be wondered at thai these
cliiiins have been discovered, the unly thing lo uoniler.il is ihal lhey remained unknown fur sn lung a time, us
evidently hai the discoverers of Summit camp pressed on norlh, or rather
followed lhe ledges Ihal exist  Ihere a
liltle  luiihei   Iheir cuurse,  they JVTcKENZIE
would havebeun bound lo have made'
the (lis. ..very Ihul lhe ledges Ihere ex-
isflug  were of  u,neb  greater extent
Ihall theyseitiled unly Ion willing  lo
have believed 111'an In be.
Tne new camp is bordered on the
south hy Blimmil camp, nn lhe west by
Lung Lake camp, on lbe easl by ibe
Nnrlh Fork of Kellle river, mu! on lbe;
north by a yel iiiii xplmi'tl region uiih-i
in llie confines if wliieli there is plenty
of room fur prosp.-eiing and discovery
of i.tiler nen mining f.i.iijH.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, II. ('.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A*.*.ont   Pox*^^
Tun Royal Insurance Cot,
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Cot,
Tun Insurance Coy. i.i.' North
America,
Tnu London anh Canadian Fibe
Insurance Cot.
Tin; Sun Life Assurance Cut of
Canada,
Tun Dt.MiNiuK Building ano Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loas and Savings Cot,
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. C.
.. Tie Gol Drop Boarding loose..
(iood Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Oood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C.
II.  KKYKS.  Prop,
Guod Accommodation,
Best I,i,piors and Cigars.
Elrst-Clnss Stabling
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
Vim can now purehiwQ nodar panol floors, boaullfiilly mtido ind flntehod; window wiflb,
laths, shingles nml nil ollior kinds of honso furnishiiitfs, at tho Okanatfan Sawmill. Hough and
dresKod lumlier constantly on hand, Odors frum Kettle lilvor district solicited antl prices
furnished upon application in
N.il.  9aah and Doors ii C'oas Prii     ■        Itfh   Uivmvs to cover cost of freight.
IdL    a ' ■'.?,   PROP.
Uolumhln street, Greenwood Cily, B. ('.. has
npoiied with n nlco.stook of Qrocorlos, Cigars,
Tohaeco, Stationery, otc, A call is respectfully
solicited,
OLSON &PHELAN
Tin1 Vcnidii ciHincil hns  lu-i'i)  asked
tocniilHlni (■ llu*sum uf $5(10 imviui]
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, B. C.
Estimates furnished it
poti ap-
SASH -DOORS. IB  The trade centre of the Grand gg
I mm -d ift.r-      'i.'^Lt.'ft     ft.      -~a mn
ROUGH AND BEESSED
—LUMBER^
s. i. ua k n
(Successor^ to It. N*. Tayior)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Koopn Flrst'Cliiss stock nf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
j Prompt and Carjfiil Attention
1'OSTOKKICK I10X 111.
tliofuinlsol ami and Spai- pj-icalion Jor all kinds of work.
Itiinebeeii   A a a. i. ■ nil   Sociely   Iiu*'
year, bill nuiaj., In ibidiliiallllv ,'X|.er-        Brick,   LilllC  lllld  Oilier  IIUl-
l™,\lViik.'irr,!i,irii',t'hi 'zterial kePi ^^y °»^d* I.,    -™*»m-
obllgcil In rediicc this iiinuiiiil  very ■ '"■ — ■»"■. ■ '■"■ "' * | MAIL    ORDERS.
 toi'iaiiy so as i„ keep ti,,. bul.,,,,.,. nu i F RE IG H TE R S!
the ri|;hl siile of tlio shcut and preserve
lo I hen,selves the repiilalinn of liping
careful in handling lhe corporntlon
funds. .Should tin. council contrlhulc
only a si uul! prop irliun of I hi, am llllll
sought, people musl he lenieiil in llieir
criticisms, nnd reineinber thai lbe city
fulliei's In dnuuliiig ivhiil the city can
all'uril, nreci.n.si.leiinn unly the best
interests uf the peuple lhey .viae floated tn soi'Vi-, iiiiiI Iii lining so, only do
their duty.
 4 . 4	
PM.'CS CHARLES TO PRINCESS TiIAUD.
Purchase good baled hay at
Penticton. Finest quality and
reasonable price. To be had
at  Mr.  A.   II. Wade's store.
*tJ Prairie, Kettle river and |L
jpj Boundary creek mining and ||j
m agricultural country. §f$
m       =       m
m        m
fi Situated at the junction of W
Sit the Boundary creek, Marcus K
SffiS and Reservation wagon roads. W
B Nearest point to the Colville |^
_m reservation mines.
m 	
il
i
M LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD M
m, =    m
\ '. r- • Z jVrfl_
\ JWi Fur prices iind illl nthi-r information npply to ej*
4m - -         - - »
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
I'rinecss Mntiile, the third iliiil(fhfoi
of lhe Prince and Drill,'ess  uf   Wales,
wns married at twelve o'clock on  ihc m„„.. „.Tm p-unil
morning of the mini to Prince Oliiirli'ii, jMOMMUl DlJAIllJ
second son of Crown 1'eiuce Frederick I
nf Dt'tllltalk.
The ci'i'i'iuoiiy look place ill I lie pri-
vule eImpel ul liiii-kiiinhain l'alace.
Early lu ihe inuruiiii?crowds urithi'ivd
in the slreela, mul oceuplwl every
point of vanttiKP nl"nit ibe route be-
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C,
X.XJTCXHXX,
iwonn Marllioi'ougli House and Buck-
inirham I'alnce, and as the procossinii
p is ted by I here .via i reaiendoits chew ■
inn; ami wtiving uf liundderchiefs.
Tiie lirikiyrnimi inn atleiuli 1 by his
lirulhers I'rinee I'lii-i-liiu uml Prince
Harold, mid throe  "liter supporters.
Schloswlg-llolsleiu, Princess Ingle-
boril of  Deiiimirk,  Prh cess Tina  nf
Denmark, 1'iiiiie^s Almnnrel nnil Prill- 	
cess |>alrlcla nf Cnniiuu-flit,  Priuccssl ,
Allcnnf Albany nnil I,a.H' Alexander  HPI      tv,i*X     I "itflll   {lliii
Duir. Th,,- «,, ■essedlnp.lrctv ■  ^'^   fUi U'   J,UW!!   dlltl
satin mud., willi lm. bnillt'i'S .■ atiful-
ly enibriii lend; iu lhe lnill1 of encll was
a ttllile aeal'illeaild a   rlll-let    of   led        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ki'l'illilums,   la nl catrled a linittpiol ot
(•nraiiluuis,   Iled und while wns i-arri-    ••a'Dollvory irauoii lo all towns anil cainiii I
ell olll  ill I ll.'bl id. Mi,a ii|a'lnill.Is, Which    Illll U,li|,'lll.,irll.....l.
cliiii'iiclcrlzed Ilia (IccorulloiiH in I hci
streets ills'). They were sclecled mil nf
eompliiuenl. fnr lhe grunm, ihese being
lhe nut luiilil Danish roloi'S,
SAUSAGES.
A. D. WORGAN.
| Portrait&Landsoape PMippliflr
VEIINON, H.c
VIEWS OF   TIIE  DISTRICT   FOR   SAlE.
The Queen ivhu wns presenl at lb.
eeieumnv, was aceouipniileil liy herson
the Duke nf ('oiiii„,i(*lil and Prince
(In   linn of Denmark.
I'l ,.ii e ('lull lis Wore tlle lil.ifnrul of It
lictitimaiil ol iin-  Dnnlsli  navy-,   The
Prince of Wales was iillbeil In lhe.nni.,      .„,,,.,  ,    ,     .     .,,,,,
,   „   , , ,      NIIITI.'K ia liiTi'liy Biven Hint, slxly il.l.v
form of ii colonel of lbe grand guards, 11\ nf    * ....
The bride was sup neled mi ono aid.
NOTICE.
by her fulliir and nn Ihr nihei' hy her
bralher, tb.- Dnkuof Vork, tb" brides-
niai.ls followed,
As lbe Prinecss Maude's procession
eniered llle i bap. I the choir sang ihe
by  "Paradise."
The arclibi hup uf Canterbury met.
rtor-flnto lieoiiifT t inl.'iul'lii'iiiiiily'iii
lion,tin cliiclCuiiiuitsHloiierof Uiiiosanil
Works for pui'mlsslon tn iittrciinso olgliiy iicroa
nf lllllll, ail lillli. ill Ilia II. nines lliviainil nf Villi'
lIlHlrld, In llio Province uf tlrlllsli Coluinbiii,
viz.:
Coiniiiciiclngal Um »niilli-«'c»l cot nor nf tha
not'tli-.i'csi quarlorof Soi.tton S'tnotort), To.vn*
.lii|i  Slxly-clglit,   rut'iilng  lliciiuo   ircsl  '.'a
a in... Ilioticosnnili :!" rimlna, tluain. cast in
rliniiis. ilieii.-i Hi ai .'liuliis, llionco worI :'tl
huius 'ai ilm point uf<" inniotii.oiiioiil
I^NIGHT & CO.
Vernon, B. G.
Butchers and Pork Paekeps
LUMBY, 15. (.',
First-Class Accninmn.lation for Quests, (lood Hunting anil Fishing
Stages to Veen,ui and Blue Springs,
Louis IE£oa?e.3:Ji.dL, IRiPOjp.
THE
yj^
Hamilton k McSillvray,
Proprietors	
WubI  I'lnil "I \/
ai-nurd Av,-,,,,..,   VERNON,B.C.
White : Help : Only.
First-Class in Kvery Ites'iucl.
I'l very Coillforl nnd Coiivcilloiino.
Free Una ta nnil frum All Ti-iiins,
A Call Soltullo'.
•^^tt
Stable' : iii * (v<,i|i|.'i'li..ii
P. II. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING  ,1  SPECIALTY.
VERNON, H.C
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
♦
Hough Lumber
From $1(1 to $12,
Dressed Lumber
From $1(1 fo f.HH
Per Thousand,
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
UPHOLSTERING
rlOSSLAMD, E. C
VERNON, B. C.
■ *.    ■  ■■..-.
Send Your GrJer to-***^~~
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour nnd Feed, Hay am! Grain,
\ Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
I'lmiiis'.intu: imiiit uli".iniii|.|i|.|.iiinil. |.        ,        n   r,      ,   . .r .
Midi.ar.D.cjui'.iiiS0' mi™_ ' Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna,
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation,
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
bPO K A ,\' E    I-' A I. I. s,
l'.(i. Box 58a, Washington
25 bars soap $1.00
1 pound coffee S0.25
1 pound tea dust $0.15
Dry salt bacon per pound      $0.13
Send us your mail orders and you will
Save Money.
O. B. & P. B. NELS
CARSOHT
MINERAL ACT.
Oortlfloate   of  Iniproveiiients.
NOTICE.
TlIK Olio DBNOKO .MlMIUAI, ('l„\,.\(.
Siluate in the Kettle Rivor Mining Division
of Yale District.
T.UCE NOTICE thai I, \V. ,\. Corbott, freo
minor's certificate Xn. .17!,*.;, lutcnii, sixty
iluya from tin1 ilnie hereof, in apply in the Quid
. tominlsBionei' fur u ocrtJficntQ uf impi'oretneiits
for tho purpose of obtaining u oroivn Kiunt to
the nbOVU cliU,,,.
An* further nike notico, llml ndrorsoeluiiuu
nuiBl lie Bent' in ilm i.'ulil Commisslonor und
net ion commeiicful before Um IsBunnct} of said
eeriittenii. uf Improvements.
Iiniril this 1st. day of July, 1808, IJ
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements,
5TOTIOE.
Tin: I,i:xiMi-,„x Minku.vi, claim.
Situate in Central Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Ynle District.
TAKK M.TIcl.; ihal I. .Inilu A. Ooryell, um
ngonl for J. Taylor, froominor'icorllficale
Nn. rail, iiiiiI ii™. W. Ilntnh6rger,freo minor's
I'orllllralo Xn. 02181, Intend, *ivn ilnys from
llicdnioliereiif,'lnnp|ilylolliolllnlngl(ocorilor
tm u i-i.riiti..;iii. nf IniprovoiuctitK,fur tin- pur-
pnno of obtaining n Crown granl in thonbovo
claim.
an: furtlior lulu Ilco tlmt mil ndor
iii'i'ttnii a7. out.-.! In mtueiicoil boforo tho is*
wiiinra uf micli ecrllllcato of liiumivonionU.
Iinl.. 1 lliia'.lliii liny nf .Mn,. faiii, i;i
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato of  linprovonients.
UTOTIOIU.
Tin: llni.l.l:*,' Hi,l. MlNKIWI, I'i.aim.
Situate in Central Camp. Kettle River Mining
Division of Ynle District.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I.John A.Coryell,nt
ngenl fnr .1. B. Una.,froo ininers ool'iifi-
onto Nn. iK.'ll, Intend, sixtv days fnnn tlie dale
horoof lonpply in tlie Mining recorder for a
cortillcato or Itiiprovenicnui, fui- ilm purpose ul'
oblnliilng a Cro.vn grant of tho nbovo claim.
Am! furtlior luke notico llml notion.under
socllon :.!, iniiai in- cotutnonood boforo lhe is*
siinnco ofetich cerlillcate of improvoniontv,
Uotoil tide »;tli ilny of Mny. I«ij.
~~ MINERAL AcfT~1896"       '
Oortiflcatc   of   Iniproveiiients.
WOTICB.
Tut: N..N 8i*cil .Mixkiiai. Cuim.
Situate in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE llml [,*iV. T. Siniiti. free
miner's irriiiiniii. No. 7IH0I. as ngonl for
ilir llopublle Mining Co., intcnit. sl-rty ilnrs
frum tlm dato hereof, In apply to the Mining
llocordorfora corltflcatoof ImprovoraoiiU. fnr
tlio ptirposo of obtaining a Crown grant uf lho
abovo eluiin.
Am! further luke notice thul notion,undor
section :•*, must lm commoncod boforo iliois-
suanco Of such corttfleatc of improvements.
Datod tl.la 27lh nay of Mny, w»i. 13,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Iniproveiiients.
woTior,
The Last Chan-ci: Min'khai, I'i.aim.
Situate in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yalo District.
TAKE NOTICE that I. W. T. Smith, froo
minor's certtflcuto Nu. "ii-'i!!, us a^ont fur
tin- Itopublio Mlnluif .'a., inii'iiil. sixty ilnys
from tlio date horoof, to apply to ilm Mining
llocordor for a oorltlicnto of improvements, for
lliopurpnsuofobttiliiii,gn Crown grnntof thu
lllmve lill.iln.
And furtlior take notice Hint notion, under
sivllun ;i7. musl lie coimnoiicod boforo the U-
BUanco of Buch corttllcalu of iniiu-iiveiiicuts,
lllltod Ihis iilli ilny uf .Uuy, 1808, 111
^ms|| ftKn
TAELB
Showing tho Dates and Places of Courts
of Assl/o.Nlsl Prills, Oyer nnd Terminer and General (ill..! Delivery fur tllO
year istlll.
|.'A!,t, ASSIZRfl.
Clinton Thursday 2'th Soptombor
tllchncld llinidny, 2811. Soptombor
Kamloops Monday, 5th Octobor
I.yt I un Friiluy, fill. Octobor
Vornon Monday, 12th Ootobor
Now West inis!er .Tuesday, Hrd November
Vuim.uiver Monday, Oth November
Vii-I nrin Tuesday, 1711. .November
Xiinninii, Tuesday, 2llh Novomhor
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon llml 1. Chns. lie II.
Oroon, ns ngonl fm- A. Wood, intond llu
ilu. s from iluie makingappllrnllon in lhe Chief
Cominlsslnnoi'of Landfl anil Works fin- permission in niit'eliiiso a coi'taluptrftjiinf land situate
In tlio Osoyoos division of Ynle dlslriol in lhe
provinco of llrilisii Columbia, Vlsi the unoo*
|.|i|ii(.il fi'imliun nf Innil lying waa, iniil nit j.lining
IboClovcri ut reserve on Pnss creek, Nurlli
|.'„rk of Kolllo river, nud conlninlng l«i ncros
moro nr less, ('. li'U. iil.'KlaN.
Sidley, ll.C, July 13,1606.
i^i. .- -..a.. I — . A,. ^ ...   .:.j'^m^'*Mnirr»
NOTICE.
iviOTICEIsherobi given IhiilHOdnysfromilnlo
|Nt I intend npplyniu lo liic Assisluiil Conunls-
Blonorof l.iinilsiinil Words forn lleeneolopros.
pod fm- conl iiin.ii ilm fulluwliig lands: vis,
starling nl nslnkusutn! I ilm cotilro nf tin,
oast liinindnry line.if Olo Juhn B-iriMnnnlloii
.in im ..ii Meyers creek, uml riiniiiug snulh nir;
mllo, llicncc ensl nne tulle, tiiciico mm mllo
 lh,thonconnotulle west tu imlni nf comma inenl, Iho same lands lieini* situated in
Osovoos division uf Yulo district.
M'ldwny,ll.C„Julj 13, ISM. d.J, l.l'NI.Y.
NOTICE,
NOTICE is hereby given thnl thirty days
afler dale I Inlonil tnnking application lo
tho Chief Commissioner nf Lands uml Works
for permission tn mil mul carry away Umber
from lho fulluwlng dcserlliod laiids, flllunto in
the Osoyoos division of fnlcdlslrlet:
I'i,nun llllg nl  n  poll  uin ul  Imlf u  mile
 -lh nf Ilm Sell ver cabin unit nliiiut a'll
chains nn the ensl side ui llouudary ereek,
thonoo running nm-H, 210 chains; followlnii llu.
Onlll'BO nf HnuililiU'V crock, tliouco wesl in
chains, thenco Botilh 210 clmlns, Ihonco enst. in
chains to lhe imi.it uf commoncoment, containing MO acres more or loss,
JOHN SULLIVAN.
I., llhls 15th day of July, 18011, I.s
Land Act Amendment Act, 1836
NOTICE Is horoby given llml OD days after
iluie 1 Intend in apply to lho Chief Com*
mlBsintior nf Lands and Works fnr permission
toiinrclmso lhe ful'owlng doscrlnod land,
si t mil cil in the southern portion of thoOsoyoos
division "f Ynle dlslriol, In Ihu Province "f
British Columbia, uml inan' partloulnrly described lis follows! All the unoccupied portion
of tho west half nf sccUon 8, township(10, and
nil ihe unoccupied portion nf tho cast half of
Heotioti 7 lownslilp SO, containing 010 nci'os,moro
nrless. W. T. THOMPSON,
.Midway. ll.C, June 15, :S80. li LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
The foundation is helng laid for Ihe
new addition to the Midway Hotel.
The size of the new liuildiiiK is 40x50,
two storeys.
Several hush fires ire raging in the
upper Okanagan, one or Iwo being
quite close to Vernon. The lire on the
Salmon river Is said to In. extremely
fierce.
Mr. R. N. Taylor's store at Greenwood City is having the finishing
touches put upun il, nnd as sunn as (he
stock arrives, dispensing will cunuuenee
Willi a vengeance,
Mr. R, Halo has added another line
to his extensive stuck, that of confections, and the tine display is the envy
of the little oues, mil possessing the
wliere-willi-all tn sweeten a tooth,
Uy an nrder-in-ruinicil dated July lu,
it is set forth Unit the Ueuleiiuul-l'ov-
i.rnor has deelnred, wilh the exception
of tono and distriet municipalities, the
whole of lhe province a lire district,
Jli. 1, (a Junes uf Vancouver, entile
into Boundary lasl week, uml afler
visiting ilm properties in wliieli lie is
interested iu (ireenw.uid camp, passed
mil to tlie const ngiiln via Russland uud
Kevelstuke.
The. click of the binders can again l.e
heard around Vernon, hurvudliig lieing started a few days ago un .several
of the principal 1'iiriiis. Owing tu the
recent hot weather lhe crops have inn,
lured earlier than usual.
Mr. li. Ma I lull', our local blacksmith,
has fuiinil it, necessary to enlarge his
),remises tu accomodate llie increase ut
trade, hy building un addition to bis
simp 20x20 feet, and erecting in his nld
shop another new brick forge.
Mr. Leslie Hill, M.l',, formerly uf
Calgary and uow of Russland, passed
through Midway on Thursday iccnm-
pnnied hy Mr. A. N. Pelly of Vornon,
Ulr. Illll hus iccently been experting
properties to tiie west, aud north of
here.
The 181X1 prize list nf lhe Okanngun
and Spalliiiucheen Agricultural Society
is to hand, and a glance over ils pages
shews that the prizes ure extremely
liberal, and ihe opportunity for competition hi lhe several divisions aud
classes, al! that could he desired, pat"
ticularly su in the ladies' department!,f
fancy work. Verily the cxhibitnn of
181)0 shuuld be a marvel.
Anaconda llu, new and flourishing
town on Boundary ereek, badly needs
ii pnst-ullice, and although lbe peuple
have laken steps lu make llieir wishes
known by petitioning the Government
nnd otherwise, yel, il wuuld seem, lhe
niillioiitics are extremely slow in
granting their Inquest by furnishing
the natural euncuinilant lo the nineteenth century civilization.
The people of Greenwood Cily are
crying aloud for a money order office,
nud considering llu. number nf people
served l.y Ihe olllee, and lhe volutin, nf
mail dispensed therein, there shuuld]
lie uu lime lost l.y the authorities ini
complying with the wishes of the in-
liabil'iuts, nnd lliere is no question but
I hat a money order ulllcn lenders a
great assistance to people in the successful carrying uu nf their businesses.
Owing tu the extremely dry weal her
crops will he light this season in our
immediate neighborhood, and as lhey
have matured quickly haying is now
in full blast. Quite a number of ranchers have lilt upon the plan of making
bolh ends ineet as regards hay, by cut-
ling and pulling up large quantities uf
hunch-grass, which ill this llislricl
grows very luxuriantly, Guud timothy
hay stands even now at a premium,
and whal lhe price will be befure spring
beggars anyone to guess.
 *.*'■.	
MINING   NOTES.
Vancouver parties, who purchased
some lime ngo llle Gnld Dollar cluim
in Whlte-Atwood camp, huve started
a force of men tn work to develop it,
and as far ns known its appearance is
very encouraging.
Mr. .Stevens nf Spokane tuuk a force
of inen iulu Ling Like camp a lew
days ago, and will put them lu wurk
un lhe Aliee claim, whicli properly he
purchased some time ago froui Mr,
Henei'inan. The Alice i« considered In
he a very promising claim, and il
wuuld nut be surprising if wurk discloses a splendid body uf ure.
Some more locations have been made
near Rock creek. Messrs. Thome! uinl
Beiiei'iuail who ret.lined a few days
flgu brought in suiuel'reemilling,pinrlz
taken from a claim lhey Incited and
culled the Metallic, So far the assay
value uf the me has nut heeu determined, hut nu doubt il will run well us il i.s
pussilile tu pan gold nut of tt, although
the colors are Hue,
Tlle Morrison Gold Mining company
are making pi'eparat'uns fur lbe sinking of tt shaft upon their claim the
Mnrrisnn in Deanwiiod cainp. The
aaine company have been preparing In
carry out. this wurk fur snuie time
past, and it is tu be hoped preparations
will soon cease nud work starl in earnest, as that is what is wauled lu test
the qualities of the Buitlldiiry creek
mines.
The Spotted Horse and lhe Boundary
Falls mineral claims have found new
owners the past week, Vancouver pur-
ties heing the purchasers. As lhe terms
have nut ns yet transpired, il, is linpos*
sible to stale thein. The Spotted Horse!
is a silver-lead propoailiuu carrying a
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'DEALER
GENERAL ■ MERCHANDISE
ANACONDA
MIDWAY
small percentage nf gnld, an.l is situated al uml adjiiins Greenwood Cily. and
was the property nf Mr. .Inines Sutherland and Mr, Covert, The Boundary
Falls is situated near the town of thai
name, and isa similar proposition lo
the Spotted Horse. Evidently silver-
lend propnsllIons are now beingsniigbt
after, and befure lung anything carrying gold nnd silver will attract tho attention uf moneyed men, who are nu
ih.ubl Influenced by what is Inking
place in tho United Slates,
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FIRES ABOUT ALBERNI.
A dispatch frum Victoria hearing
dale July 22nd, Bltys 1 Alberto is surrounded l.y ..ne Immense bush lhe.
Mineral hill isu mass uf flames, and
111,, All.erni ranchers are in danger.
Several camps have been burned nut
nnd lhe buildings uf the Duke of York
Mining Company,' on China creek,
have been completely destroyed.
There were many narrow escapes fnnn
dealh, wotileh and children having to
be kept under the piping nf hydraulic
mines and drenched with waler. There
have been large bush Ures iu Ihe vicinity for suine time, but it wns nut until
yesterday thnl Ibey became really dan'
genius, They then begun lo spread,
sweeping evernthing befure Ihem. The
(Ire extended from Ihree to Ave miles
along the Alhernl-Nanaluio roud, destroying everytlilng witli whieh il came
in contact.
 •-•-,	
A RICH NEW STRIKE.
A day nr twu ngu Mia James Atwood
and Mr. T. Wake returned tn town
after u two weeks' sojourn up thu main
Kettle river, They had intended In
remain uut suine time, but. were forced
tn return owing In Ihe flies being sn extremely severe upnu Iheiuselves and
llnir horses, The burses were heingsu
badly punishid they could nut have
sl.,.id it fur any length nf lime. Tbe
short lime lhey were away did nut,
h.iweyer, prevent llieni making a
couple uf locutions, one uf whieh ledges
was discovered ou the east brunch of
the west fnrk nf [Cell le river, a distance
uf 70 miles frum Midway, or ahout dm
enst from Penticton, The ore in Ihis
claim is a silver-lead galena, null l.h.
ore body is about H feet, lu width.
Their principal local ion however wns
made nearer Midway, and consists of a
ledge of golenn, well defined, carrying
silver and gold, with signs uf cupper
slain, and of a width of 9 feet, and is
traceable for quite a long distance on
lhe location,
The samples uf nre brought down
wuuld tend In shew I but a very valuable strike has been innde, as seldom
is it that finer specimens are seen in
our camps, and shuuld silver become as
valuable as it is predicted it snon will
be, then these two prospectors may be
considered to be lucky Indeed, Many
more valuable loan Ions will he made
upon the main Kettle river and its
tributaries, and what is now looked
upon as an inaccessible cnuntry, will
nut remain sn mure than another year,
fur such discoveries ns Iliose just made
are bound to al tract prospectors and
capilul, and lllis means Ihc opening op
nf the country.
J. W. IXEEI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranto-!,    oMin
1). MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kii.it- uf Wnrk Exoontod lu lhe Satisfaction nt Customer*.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is Iiiti'h given Uml Ilm partnership iiorotnfiiro oxIsIIiib liufwoon Jnnos k
[togorn of Oriind forks and Mlthvnv, n.t'. bus
boon dissolved, Accounts outiitflniltliR luminal
uml III favor ol tbo firm will bo sotllod and nil*
lootod l.v I'. A. .Innus. ,T0NR8& ROGERS,
Oram! Furks. li,0„ July 10,1800.
VV. DALRYMPLE
G-enoral     S.X.B.clcEsxn.l'fclx
PAIRVIEW, B.C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Soecinlty,
NOTIOE is horoby glvon Ilinl thirty duvs
nftor dato I inland to apply in tho chief
I'niiiiiiissinii.'i- uf lands unit works for u license
in cut, niiinufim!hit uml carry away thnbor nn
llu* following doserlbcd lands, shunted noar
Boundary creek, Yalo district, ll.C:
Cnmmoiiolng al n post six hundrod feel north
uf tlm smith rust corner nf IV. Portor's pre-
oinpllon, and about lini fen easl ul the easl
bank nf lloiiudary urook, thenco running oast
00 ohaltifl, thonco south Hit, chains, tliouco ivoat
00chains, thonoo north IB) elniins in pnim of
beginning. I.. BLUE,
Dated tills 30th day of June, ISOO, 13.
A NACONDA HOTEL
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****\                                                    ANACONDA,  B.  C.
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R
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TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Carrying Dry Hoods, Groceries, Boots nnd Shoes, Rendy
Made Clothing. Miners' Supplies, Flour Bacon, Lard,
Km., On   Haul AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department has been added, where everything in that
line will he found,    REPAIRING  SOLICITED.
ED.DRISCOLL.
Visiiors to the Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop al. the Anaconda
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling-
Mack & Titoil, Proprietors
ANACONDA * *
* * * BAKERY
Fresh Bread,
Cakes    and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
AW
IBlrlER, Prop.
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
FOR35CAT
m's-—
Anaconda, 11, C.
ATTENTION
I have a Splendid Assortment of
Drawing Room, Dining Room,
...  Library,
And Several Huts of
Bedroom Furniture
For ualo ut rcaaoliable prlfloS- and on cany
terms of paymotit to approved purchasers, at
my resilience, Midway, an inspection of wliieli
is Holieitcd by
M.  W.   PALMERSTON.
IfERR^ROs"
"^ -—-BUTCHE
MID WAY, j Though .to nol fall to lake ailvantogo i.f
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
HALF WAY HODSE
^ ■■*•
KETTLE RIVER
yJ)ETVVEKN_>.
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Ecst Brands Liquors and Cigars
George Edwards - - Proprietor
AT THE-"■■—-
ANACONDA..
SAWMIL
•   •   •
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.
A Gal: Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
®    ®    ©
Meat delivered al Hjck Creek and nil (tie
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
thi*; rather limited opportunity, and
have Jour Photo taken while you have
Mini opportunity of obtaining a true uud
ROOK CREEK HOTEL . , .
MOUTH OF ROOK CREEK.
Tat.   X»i-t'fcoM.olx-.i.|5*JtiL,   M-g*i-.
Kiust-Ci.ahh Accommodation rou Guests. I
® ® Perfect Li
Anil a neatly finished picture, J. H.
Stunner isa proficiont workman in his
GOOD STABLING
proiluotloiifl .if art, uml giiarantooa [ier
[ fed sallsfaclluii. Cabinets ....ly $5.00.
iCalifornia Gallery, Midway, 1
0-Exoollonl Hulling on Kotllo Hi
=_A CARD.
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JUST
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
Tobacco, Gunned  Fruita, Evaporated   Fruits, Jams, Jellies, ('united
Ve«i*tllliles,   Etc,   Picks,   Shovels,   Hammers,   Nuns,  Nuils,
Anvils, Bellows, Jessnp Steel,  Etc. Fresh  Eggs
uml lint Ier. I In ins mul Bacon nl close prices, .
RENDELL & CO.'
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls,
I ♦
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   dr.   'WHITE
i* nc 3? mi. ion.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Dillereni, Stage Lines.   No
trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
M Stabling,
GREENWOOD I
CITY^-
Is ilieCeiiii'iilTinvnnnil Supply Poinl of tlio Boundary
Cieek Mining (.lamps.   From lliis New Town roods
l.al.l I.I llle
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely ami aie a Good Investment,
For Price nf Lots and Oilier Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood (lily, Hound'.iy Creek. 11. ('.
Or Apply In Agenls,
C. F. Costkrton, Vernon, U. C.
H. WRIGHT
Bootand ShoeMaker
Anaconda, B. C.
I hereby beg to give notice
in purchasers and intending
purchasers ol Greenwood Cily
lots, that I am, and have been
Repairing Neatly and ProinptlyDoiicr,,,* some time past, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligible for registration atthe
] Registry Olfice at Kamloops.
Ili.lers l.y Rlngo Btl'ictly ut
Aiiai'iuiilii Mi-muilili! Cii's.-
d*jj,   ;g%i   „.,
1:.. .'titlln-  \..,..>'„- ll.
1 desire  to  make known this
v, ■-..,;.. I fact so that a direct contradic
Tl.oslttliigoftlii.Coiui.ya i a-vorttal tio»  bearing  lll(: StamP of au"
., He l,„l Jon. IMiilwi,,' on II,.  '«»>;..<   ijnility    may    |K;   given    ■,.   t|le
postponed until the -ml day of August, IMHj. at J < *^
»«»™°tlrao«^^'L^M™^'0>tt   impression thai seems to have
Osoyoos, Till July, 1890.
NOTK li
iifni'iliili' I inlenil I iko application
In the erief conrnitflRtoncr uf lands uinl works
I been entertained by some that
otick.i, li-roby glvon thai tiiirty iinys! a clear title could not be con-
n.i.. a, ■,.« in"cut'"*Vuii 'ranynivay tlnS. veved to purchasers of property
from tho following iltwci'll ml*:
Commencing ut n poiil .lIhi.ii l| tntlosoiuil
uml about I niili' norlli uf tho norlh onal corner
uf McCtirren's iirc-oinptloii mul running onsl lin
elniins, thonoo a.niili lini i-huiiis, tliouco wcfll ill
elinins, Ihotmo norlli liia.-liiuiis to pohil f com-
ni.ii.'i'iiii'nt. A. t'lslllali. 	
Dnteil thin Mill ilny of Juno, 18M. 13    Grccliw 1( lly, 11. (,, May IH, 1806.
in the above townsite
R. WOOD.
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver,  I'.. '
5 \SS2Z^S£flESE!;22£22I
W. B. PATON
!.. FURNITURE.. |
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HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, li C,   -   -   -
PADM< )RE .'v: PEERS
l'l\*< )PKIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
GEO.   IX.   SPROULE,
BLACKSMITH   AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING   AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C. uuuuurUUIM-y|f!%
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, H. C.
We huve jusl opened the al.i.ve hotel at Greenwood City, and arc prepared
tn welcome gnosis and provldo good nccoiuiiiodiitipii. Good Catering. First
class Livery Stable,
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
VICTORIA HOTEL  I Armstrong & Lawder
VERNON B. C. I ■ —t—
murphy & faulkner, Props. |The Hardware,Tin ani Stove Men, Anaeonda,B,C,
"W© Selli
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable,
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
FLOURS    -)}FLOUR
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in ihe district. Our llour has been pronounced the superior ol an)' now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong;, B C.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL     ,
(',. O. SHUk'SON, Prop.
FA IH VII0W, B. ('.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
TO OBLIGE THE COLONEL.
There wasn't nny pnrllcular excile
ment over llie hanging nf lhe man
pnlnleil ..ul und ai't'i'iili'il nl Big Bend
as ilu* chap i. In. slulc a pack mule front
Col, Willie's cniup, over on Fish river,
(ini'nf While's men, who wns ..ver
nfler liacoii, happened In meet  lie
m
V$>B   THE   FUTURE
Mc Henry hum! riwgeR, Wood cook n!oVes, coal cook Rlovcs, paflofstat-Oi, Ijm sloven
miners" canipatovcH, or any stove yon want. silverwaru, ifrn.ii He ware, crockery ware
gliwawure, woodenwarc* tinware of al) kinds, toilet mtg, hardwrire trf Alt kimlri
cutlery, forks and spoonn, Dsl«y churn*, Wow Williams sewing machines, wringers
wanhlng machines, window shadim,
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Thnt were ii.vunl.nl the gnld ineilnl nt Ihc Ohlcllgo World's fair in 1893,
Furnace Work,   Steam  and  Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Lilies,
Wbal it costs to get a Quartz Prospecting Outfit
At W, .1. Armstrong's i One 21-inch hollows complete, 1 40-pound anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (any kind), 1 spoon, 1 drill  hummer, 1 l.lucksmilli's ham*
i ■, 1 18-inch drill (either j. j nr one inch), 1 80-inch drill (either j, j or 1
inclil, all for the sum of $25, nrunylliiiig risen miner wants, Jessnp'-i
steel only used in ill ills. Semi your easli with tin. order. If yoll are not
in I he city send order for groceries, as it will he filled. I will supply any-
thing you want,
Armstrong k Lawder, tbe Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
 ;;'■ --;-:' *" ; [}M RAILWAY, MINING AND 1 PootietOO \i\Wl M Mil Mi StlMffi
ic lion. \\. 1,'iurierj iiiiuisli-r of lriiile|hWiij j       ,,„„.„.  J|K9 u J
t
the Hut. W. Uurlui'i minister of Iriule Rgfij
and einiiin.'iee, Sir Rlrhurd Cul wi Iglll; fKjtB
■S2SSSS1 MTOT1AL CENTER OF
Ier of marine  ami   llslieties, L, II, Un-IKJAkJ
vis; minister uf puhlic works, .1. I. fr£f.$ ml
1    The
(1 1 Whiles   men,   who  was  over ' units I
,   ,, lnfle: u.iuisli'i'i.l rmlivavs and emails, jottS
niter   liaeon,   happened   to    el    III" ,,   ,,   .,,   . ,'. .    ,, h~'Al
,.    " ,.     ,,  ,,. (I. II. Blair;  iniiiisler ol   agriciillure, !j£j2
slrnnger una he wen   o Jin Iteillern, .,  ,      ... . , ... tK^lft
.,       ,  ... Sydney Fisher: postmaster-general, W. uftfit
lire. I. en   o   lie  vigilance . uinllilllee, ,.'  .    ' , .. fXittfl
' . Muloek; controller of cusloiiis, \\. I'm- ffSJAi
'!,,,'; ,,      ,. ,   , eisun; conl roller uf inland revenue, Sir ftgtt?     Lois oil
".Iuu, is it ii guild day  fur a  haiig- .,  , .,    „. ,WW    __m._.
HeiiilJolj'j secretary of slate,  It.   \V.
lot-general,  Uhnrles  Filz-
pitiiek.   The interior depart nieiii   Is I
Slant; solicitor-general,   Cliail
m
«• w'i»j
es  Fill!- aSffi
For Particulars -Apply to
ii to   R. C. ADAMS,
,. ■ i    ,■       i         i',.■■. -   I....    ii Lasy Terms to Actual Residents
"ililii, Is il n gnnd day   Iur   "   '  l	
ing:-"
"Wall, lolerahly fair," replied .Ilm.
The kuss win.sioli'our pack mewl  !"" "   *'"  '",' ' '"'.",'   '.Is^jM
.   ,,    „,.    ,, ., lelt vacant   or   he presenl.   Without   ft2_%    u;   li   NDRRIR
is down In the Tin-Frontsnltion." , ..   ,,   ,.       '  „ ,      ,    »»*    w. n. iNunmo
,, . .,.    i        ..,,      I porliolto, 11.  II.   Iliilirll,   inciiilicr  for BK
"I see, an I vou wunl linn Inni);.* ' . J«<
" I,lon'lkeer iu.gr ,1.   it mv-1^* "*SU , .IJ&SB IIiiumv. II. f.
self. In,. I reekunthe kiirnel would he      Mills has accepted ,I pos lion Ol, the '^J
,      ,„ | miiji.'nh* com'! lieitcli when n vacancy KtTJs,
pleuseil. I     ' ,   ,    .,,       , ,    ,'    SrfJM,
,  ,,    ,        ,.        .   occurs,   .1. II. I'.ilgat'has nrcciilcil lhe
I III   wil Illl    lo   iilileedge     Klll'tlel ft, '
speiikerslup ol llie house ol euinuiuiis.
Seiiiilur Pellelier lhe speakership ol
ihe senate,   The new government wi
he lhe strongest Ihul Oiiundn luis ever
hnd.   Pill'litiiueilt lllis lieen pining.tod
until Aug. 111.
m
m
ml
m
M
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ml
m
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Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
White, as he's n good friend of mine,
hul,.In yon think the critter down Ihar
has any olijoekshnns lo lieln' hung?"
"Ilednu'l look in..i'li like a mm.
who'll kick about il, - Hears more like
ii crilter who'd he glad I" lie oil' lhe
ai rlh."
" Wall, we'll lake chances on him,"
snid Jim, and he wi*nl to liis shanlv
and gnt a rope and askeil eighi or len
nf the In.ys In go ii'nng, When lhe
crowd reached iheTiil-Frnul saloon lhe
slrnnger was jusl coining nut,
"Suy, wc want you," leiiuirked Red*
fern.
"Wnntfnr?"
"Goin1 to hung y "
"Cause why;"
" Fursleuliu' Kiirnel While'.- pack
mewl."
"Wall, die away I"
He was escorted Int. tree whereon a
dozen oi' more) men had I cell duly
hanged, and lifli d upun mi empty
whiskey barrel and the nonse placed
over his neck.
"Wunl In say anything?" asked Jim
as all was ready.
"Nulhii,' lull,"
"Then let 'er go."
An hunt' Inter, While's man, who hul
stalled for home, returned tu hum it,.
Mr. H.'.lf'i ti und said :
"Hunk a-yi-.ir, Jim, lhat feller didn't
steal .nit' mewl."
"Nn!"
"They gnt the feller and Il.e mewl
over nl Ulay City mid hung him up I his
lunruin', I thought this was the feller,
lint I must hev Ian mist..ok."
"I see. Well, he's I ecu hung and
hurled ami we ciin'l help him any,
We'll jusl lei I lie next nne nil' In even
up things, .My compliments to ills
kiirnel and lell him 1 shall always
stand ready lu obleedge,— Detroit Free
Press,
Mx-slielles   «Se   Renouf, Xj-fcd.
Victorin,   33.  O,
i IA&BICULTUBAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AGENTS KOIt
Brantford § Binders § and <$ Mowers
General ■ Merchant
Fairview, B. C.
kiwi and Best-Assorted Stoek
-in Till':
TOREST FIRES.
II is reported thnl Ihe whole country
is now on lire from the nurthern  half
of the Colville reservaliuu as far north i
as Kevelsluke.
(In Il.e reserval iuu perhaps Ihc mosl j
extensive fires are raging, About, live
weeks ago Hie lire sin rl ed in llie Fin''
creek country, and from Ihere il has
spread In Sheep creek and as far as the!
Kellle river, The limber Is very dense
iu Ihocunufry now being burnt, over.
This wholesale destriiclion of valuable limber thai goes on every summer!   ^
Is much In be regret led.   While lhe    J7 —•■*♦» >-
Hrst lhe Ihal sweeps I hi..ugh the Ilm-    1 FUL|_  WE,GHT AND  MEASURE  ASSURED.
ter dues bllle damage exeepl   In (Ins-     "p
.toy ibe underbrush, It paves Ihe way <^-%•^'^^^-%^V%M^^^^VV^>,'^^*'
fur I he destruction of Ihe heavy lini-
her by etich subsequent Are that runs
ihruilgll lhe hiri'sls, when il pan.'Utiles
llie bark and sups lhe life from the
Irees, Il may he live or six years before Hie trees begin to show ihe full
effects of lhe the.
THE BEST IN TIIK MAUKIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, be.
WAHKIIOUSI* AT VEHUON.
C. F. Costai>ton, -A-g-en-fc.,
H^HSSHBH1^*^"
1    UiUUU     Auinu,
Jl, I*'. P'OIiG-UB. 1'HOPKIHTOK.
B. C.
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
FANCY g-«..
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards ^MJlxmJc
and Games, Dressing Cases j
C. A. JONES
HOUSE AND CAI-^RIAGE PAINTINC^
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges,
Wo 01s.i3i.®se Xlel/p
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (!lass Accommodation.   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
KALSOMINING
ml Midway, H. <'
Grand Prairie Hotel
0A11S0N, KETTLE IlIVEn, II. C,
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings' Ch'""" L''"''"H""" """'"'■"•'• First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public,  Stage Lines
and Proprietary Medicines. ~"   _, _    , 1    n l o i 11    '   t0 Miclwayand Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
Agent for the Pl'CplOIS    LlVSFy,    FeOIl    ailil   Sale mmIMcLAREN BROS.        - - . .        PROPRIETORS
uwnw-ir^',,,,,;, iPlimiiix Fire Insurance.
PHENOMSHAI, LF.D3E5.
(iniiul Forks, 11. C, Below the Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
ED. A. HAIN   -   K1E0WAY. B. C.
OB PRINTING OF EVERY    r>
Hay, Crah, antl Wood for Sale,
"Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
Mr. II,
Forks Miner of I he 18th insl. bitppni'l-
iug llle slati'inenl, alleged lu have heen
an exaggeration, ('inicernlng i he size of
ledges in llu1 Ke>lie t ivei tlisirici, mu le
by lhe s|iccinl ciirrespoiulenl of lite' j
Setillle I'lisl'liilelligeinei.   .Mr. Brown ; A
iiWrins llial iiiiyone mny see nil   Vol   w
Clinic nioiint.'iin. or on llie Wolverine . •-' '" "*■ "■' *—■*•'*— *—™-—-—   r.   .   t , ..
ei,-!,,, ov,., •• i,m fc, „r i „„.i       the national        MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
across the jimi'll f nils, iiiiiI tie. jui ATTC     QMCI TCR ; ",n iui.:;ia  P'ARM,"
nusiisruiitiiiiRout from ihe iiioiiiiiiiln  lvln '  ' '-    uiviul. i i_n
KIND AT THE ADVANC
._^__f__7 •k.-.-E.-Ki^ ■JSJ***-*--*,*'aw-»w^
IflSTAJHJ.ISHIOD   LHS8.
pusils running
000iiiiiI 7(X)feel wide."  There is nlsn
he says, ii ledge 41,1) feel wide of solid   a imiaithmi. ami suiri.i-: ni.Titiiti
f\   at llllltllllg Sl|]])llllla OI'OS, sllrlllia niukul.
.|i|.,|., until nn.l iiHvoi' in.-.   In   localli
uiinernl un lbe WulVcl'll.e,
. • 4
WORKING TOOBThER,
LADNERS,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
^l(i>lW-|».i-vi»ili-^ "F».S"* «K*-k
f lllllllillK ,-llll'lliilc .II'I'-, -mini- lliukt'l,
■ ■ craiiimi1'n'iiirt'fuehSwi'iwSi'-inTlOuk Speciai.tiks   Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests,
THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEpy . jtp. SJtliE. SJABliE?
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always mi hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses lnr Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
There i-* in. lei up I., mining Inter
in llriii-lit'olunibia, and if anything
thai., is.nt itppnruul gain in lhe iiiiiii-
ber uiui inugiiiiuii.. of Iransacliiins being daily leporlcil, Trail creek is hold
ing ils own, and i,- expanding ina in.inner cnlirely salisfai-lory lo nil, The
Boundary camp is.ju-i now allracllng
iia share of alleiilioti us an
iii.i-t iniiitininaiili-, uur iiiiiiic, ivttlcr Inekelti]
MultoH Ii,.i'lii-li. n I'rcnRiilzeil ivltli lilglilj' j
'« ^^SSSi'feSsiSS l''HUIT   AM) ORNAMEXTAL TRKES,  PLANTS AM) V1M5S.
I! i- ilu- 111....i iimcili ul. elteaiinsi, an.l slttiploijl
nil'Ilinil iif (,'ulii unit .-it.'..' ni'c innil in1,'uinl ODll*
cunti'iilfngllial Is known to-tlay.
It i'i'.|iii|.|,a tin cstranrillnnrj skill, nn l"..l
ures, im lilixtllg inuli.iinl. nn.l lu. fml of any
klml fnr tlie Mnollnr aftir it i- sliirtnl, Tlm
siii|ilim'iii tin-no' I- It,- natiiial fuel nnljanntl
il-iaia lina iiiii'.|ll|)u|.|-.ill  .villi inn' ntli|.|. prii-
rammf inniilratlng,
Wo nro tu..liniiii i" furnlsli nnv -■i/u urea-
imciiy iilnnl i'(.iu|,lcic tn -iilialuiiiiiil miiiini:
o, I,,.,-   nnnnlc, -nt i! u|' nnd furni-li llltr man la ran ii
"'" '   for llioni on nnsy niiyiiioiils.  Prlcos nnil» 111-
disll'ii'ls.   There Is linji'iilniisvexisl lug ciillnns hinilstini with roforoniim an il lonil-
between any of tb stl'lcls llllll illl are """ll"l"°"|,p"c"t"'"'
working logelher for theiidvunreini'iit,|National Ore & Reduction Co,
of the entire Iry. - Weslern   .Min.
ing World
Scud for Free Catalogue.       E. Hutciif.uson, Manager,
tit'itlClicltonliniii Avenue SI. Louis, Mu.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
-nut
lh hers ofthe ,vniiiliu'i were Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
IHE NEW CABINET,
.III inlo olli, ..'iil.-l week,us follow-.
,1 1.11
02-1333.
la-Eo, to the Boiiary Creek lines!
  rut: uuand forks, jiaiwjus ami midway -
S-fcss.'3S"<B   ai.ra.c3.   Xancjpjptsi&is   Iiine
Hun:, lid iveon Mai'c.isiuulQi'aiiil forks dally, leaving Marcus and (Iriinil forks ut 7 a. tn.
I.invi..- Oratnl H'urki. fur Miil.vii)'. Monduyn, VVoiliiosilnys anil Kriiluys nl 7 n. m.
Ijoavos Midway For Grniid forks and Marciw.fl'ucflilayB,lTlnin.tliiyBanil Balurdays. 7 a.....
Gi-0017  STACrEg       -       -       BEASONABIiE   BATES
MANLEY & AVKHILI,. PROPRIETORS GRAND FORKS. 13. t'.
VERNON LIVEBY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
^^i«i8*s^W'^"^^(^ii-Ji'ii*-*'
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.    Horses
hoarded bv ihc week or month.    Box stalls if desired. Horses
en 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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