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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. VI, No. 19.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MARCH 8 1897.
$2.00 pel* Year.
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TO W. JAKES, M. I)., C. M.
BV APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     I      ; BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKHNON, B. 0,
Lath or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, UNO.
r\R. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate   of   McGill   University.
Late   Physician   and   Surgeon
Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P, McLEOD,
J- f<i
Barrister, Solicitob, Etc.
Anaconda, B. C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTAKY   PUBLIC, ETC,
Vbunon, B. C.
J    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Aoenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold,   NotaryPublto.
GRAND  FORKS   -  - -  -   B.  C.
U   S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor,
UllANIl FlltlKS, 11. 0!
r    ADRIAN  MEYER,
MlNlNIl RllOKIilt,
Notary Public, Etc.
Harnaiiii Ave., Vkhniin. B. C,
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A, M. 0,8. C. E„
ENGINEER AND  SURVEYOR.
Not.ibv Public. midway, n. 0,
groceries**!
Large Shipments  Arriving Weekly.   We buy the
the Very Best Brands, and sell ill Wonderfully Low
Prices.   Give us a call and be convinced that our
prices nre the lowest in this seelion  of country,
Boots and Shoes, Ming, Etc.
We carry a large and well-selected stock of above
and as we purchased our goods for SPOT CASH we
are enabled to give our customed! the benellt. of the
Discount.   Give us a Trial Order.
W. T. Shatf ord aixdL Co.
Fairview, Camp Mt-KIiiney ami Vornon.
W. 0. Haywood.
W. L. LEONABD.
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood A Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connections at Penticton
Willi Steamer Aberdeen fol Pairview, Osoyoos, and Orovllle, Wash. Also
Ciunp SIcKinney. ltock Greek, Midway, Boundary Fulls, Anaconda, Greenwood
Olty, Carson, Grand Forks nnil puinls in Washington.
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties,   Guides Famished
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, 11. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
TOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Er)gineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Nap, and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Distriet and Mining Camps of Kettle River
■llilng Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J.
H, FEATHERSTON, ti. A„ So.
Mining Engineer and Assayer.
Rivkbbidk Ave., Gband Forks, B. P.
O. A. Gimas, M. A, II. A. Guess, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
ists and Assayers
Thoroughly futiiiliui- with Kulrviuw and
Boundary Crook Mineral Properties. Proper*
tlea Kinnilneil. Assays and A nalysos of Ores.
Fuols, Kto.
MIDWAY, 11. C
(IIIKJINWIIOII, H.C.
H. BARIIETT. 11. T. HOD090N
BOUNDARY  CRKKK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Greenwood Olty, B. C.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acqnulntai.ee with the Kettle
Biver and Boundary Creek Mining
Dlntrkitli.
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOD, PRoraiETOBS.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds offanctory
work kept in stock and made to Order,   Coast  Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock,    Best material always in stock,
KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending March 2. 1897.
FEBRUARY 23.
Present Help, Deadwood rump, .1. II.
Morrison.
ESTABLISHED i    Pay Ore, Observatio oiiulain, Oh-
1670.     J sei'valioii Mountain Gold Mining colli*
' puny.
Quart/, King, Observation mountain,
G. I'l. MrCiirlcr.
I "Seelion (i. Every person .Inluling
i section I uf Ilm ncl slinll be liable in
treble diimiiges in any person whose
properly is injured thereby, to he recovered in a civil nil ion ; Iuu ihis sec-
tlott shall not he construi-d lo prevent
any liersnllfrouiohtnlnillgilttiuugeii Improperly injured by stall use of poison
when nolieo tliini.l is given as It"
tptlred by ibis mi,"
.14 	
JUST   WHAT   IS  WANTED.
WHOLESALE   AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods,  boots and  shoes,
groceries and provisions,    fit. Lawrence, Deudwowd camp, W
wines, liquors and cigars. I«wta and J. Fhhw*.
FBiinr.utY 26.
Ootiitnnndei'i  Fisherman creek, A.     Mr. Forster, in lhc|pi-uvfnciitl legi*la-
II,ill. i lute, imivetl lbe fulluiviiig resulnlinii i
Hiskil, Kettle river, .1. Bt'ugt'il
FEBRUARY 2(1.
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
a rrxtiA.x. SOLICITED.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. C.
X*, O. Eon.  64.
HAIN&CO.
MIDWAY, B. C.
Having decided to establish n general
merchandise business here, we beg our
patrons to look out for our future advert isi'inent in (bis paper. Iloii'l buy
your summer supplies until you see
what we have lo offer,
in k Co,, Midway.
'•■KURl'AKY 27.
Better Times, Morrlsy creek, I),
Wiiodlieiiil anil L. H. Pei t ine.
Bud Luck, Monisy creek, 1). Wood-
head and L, 1!. Perrine.
Kentucky, Wellington cainp, F. K,
McMiiiin.
CERTIFICATE OF WORK.
1'EHIU'AIIY 2.1.
Northern Belle, .1. ('. Sears,
FEBRUARY 2a.
I). IV., D. A. llollirook.
MARCH I."
Combination, l'\ A. Barlliolouiew.
TRANSFERS.
FEBRUARY 21.
Stillieiland, all interest, T. SIcAvoy
to.I. L. ('roily.
Aiiiericiin   Bell,  all  interesl,  ,1. K,
Johns  G. E. McCtirter, F. H. Mc*
Garter and \V. Schinuck to Observation Mountain Gold Mining conipiiny.
Aiiiericiin Htm, J interest, F, 11. Mr*
Oarler, G. E. Mct'arler, J. K. Johnson
anil   W.    Schinuck  lo   Observation
Mountain Gold Mining company.
FEBRUARY 21.
Winner, \ interest, I1. B. Nelson to
.1, MeLi'iieglmr,
Bonanza, !, inleiest. W. O'Neill lo N,
Slcl'iilliiiu.
Bonanza, J Interesl, N, Mi-Calliiiu to
English and Freueb Gold Mining company.
Seattle,  nil   interesl, li. Clark In (',
Hay. .    Aiiaiiaaiilai.il!   In the rclnil lii|iu>r
Virginia City, all interesl, R. Clark   license (icl is In ing iiiliiulureil in tin*
l"G. Hay. I legislature by  Mr. Iloolb. uhii It pro*
llulle, all inleiesl,  1!.  Clark   lo ('. | vldcs llial no lii-i-ns.* shall hcglillllid
liny. In any  pnrlv   unless  lie provides  at
- Whereas, in tin- |iieselil  stage (if
mining ili-veloi nl in liiilish ('ilium.
bin, llle constitictinn ..| inilwuyti bus
liecome an impend ive necessity ; antl
"Whereas ibe construction of u
railway front the const tn Bout hern
Kooleiiay, and oil Illliillgh the ('tow's
Nest pass, linn heroine purlicllllll ly tli-
sirnl'lf; nud
" Whereii.i il is deemed lo be in lhe
interest of the people lhat such railway shiiulil be constI'llcled and owned
by the guvernineiit; mid
"Whereas Ihis province iiinitially
pays inlo lhe Doiliillioii Ireusury a
sinn several liiindred ihinisiiml dolltird
In excess of the sum returned to il io
subsidies, public works, iiiiiI its share
of lhe cosl ol' ndlllillisli'iilioii; therefore, he it
"Ill-solved, That hi the  opinion of
lids house the goveri ul of liiilish
Columbia shiiulil ruler lulu negotiations with the Dominion goverlitiieitl
to si-cure the ninstruct ion hy Ihnt guv,
vi-l'linielll. or by lhat gulrlllllirlil.
with the assistance nl tins province,
ol a railway fi-niu I lit* rniisl In the
Crow's Nest pass; ami Ilinl, failing Ibe
iicccpldiicc bv lhe II luinil government of lllis policy, the ptilvini Iul gov*
aiiiiiii.in shuuld etidi'ilVOI' lo nlll ttill
from Ihe Dtiniiniiiii government such
iissistiince'its will enable llie province
to luiilil ibe railway a* it provincial
wink, wit Innil straining its resources
loo Ileal ily "
...
LIlElliE  ACT.
Sawmill on Okanaiiax Lake, Haxoy to Shipment,  Sash and Doon
Factory ox C P. li., Vernon,
Have You a Coug'h or   Cold?
♦♦♦♦♦•.♦♦•>♦»♦♦♦
jTRYj
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Itussine!
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*••>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
In Bottles, 50c, and$l, at
Taylor's Pharmacy
Greenwood, B. 0,
ESTABLISHED   1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
"JUHIIjKK PAH1I,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINEsJFine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
, c     ,-.        i-,      i i     T*    i i tit '^" Work Warranted.    o8*2m
bend (or Pree Catalogue,       b. HUTCHERSON, Manager.    '
J. W. t?EED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
MARCUSandMIDWAY :cuadc
STAGE   LIKTJES OiiUJlO.
Leaves Marcus. Mondays and Thursdays at i P, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
-&-
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN  TO  .MAIL, EIIEIGHT ANI) EXPRESS
xx. n. raomtisoia-, propkietor.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. 0
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Work Km-cutcl to Ihc Bulls
fai'lliiiKilCnsliiliicr-..
A NACONDA HOTEL
.♦ ♦ ■—-"—--—-
♦♦
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visitors In lhe Boundary Oreek Mining Camps, Stop
it the Aiiacond
Good Table  -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors  -
Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
We have to make iiiiiiii for
Spring Slock. That is why
we reduce prices on all
Children's ami Hoy's Shoes
XI per cent, which gives
them lo you
AT COST
0. B. & P. B.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation. ,,   K EyES, prof,
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery Gow* Accommodation.
bPOKANE   PALLS Best LlqUors and Cigars.
I-', (1. Box 58a. U'.-isliiimtoti
PEBBBARY til.
Round Untie, J, Interest, 3. SI. Ear*
gruve to I,. A. Mauley,
Iron GHIf, J inleresi, .1. Sl. llutginve
to l„ A. Mauley.
Snow King, ij interest, .1. Meyer lu
,1. Mi Lenagliaii.
Snow King, all interest, G. E. Haul*
stun to I. Meyer,
Cliff. ,| interest,,.). Cockell to ,1. A,
Cult-lieu,
FEBRUARY 27.
Bin Sis, ,( inleiesl, ,1. T. Hell In A.
II. Emory.
Helen, 1-1(1 Interest, T. Sl. Daly to
VV. .1. Lindsay,
Helen, l-lll interest, T, M. Hilly to ,1,
SI. Kilv.piili-i.-k.
least lour Led mollis I'm- tin- ucciiliiuiii-
ilalion ol travelers, and stabling for
six horses, and is pti-p.i ictl Inseric
meals dm iiig i lie whole period lot-whii b
Ihe license i.s granted.
Tlie funnel' licensing nil did nol
*pecify .vital amount nl iiiTOini la-
lion should   be   prill ill,-il, .''le   llllllli r
j being  It'll   lo  lhe  di-ci i  ol  llie
license riillilllissiiinrrs,
If the mover of this iiijieiiilmenl will
also  tack   mi  another clause, In lin-
elfecl Ihal no license shall be grained
to any except those who tire till'ill'Wi*
lull* owners of lhe premises sought l"
hu licensed, Ihen lhe iimi'iuluit'ii! will
be of soiue force .uul elfecl,  (illil till*
ulher prohibiting rtnuily courl judge*
Snow King, J Interest, J, Meyer to I Issuing licenses, Intlepi'iulnnlly of any
F, IC, McMuiin, proceedings taken Inf..re the regular
Britlon, all Interest, I). H. Pettljohn liuurd of license i-iiiiiiiiIshIuiii'I*, then
to Ella tilink. | Sir. Booth's hill would ltuve siiuiethiiig
Opllir, all interest, E. Davis In A, (', I ill il. nml would be a measure wort liy
Sutton.
Buffalo, nil interest, E. Davis l".\.
0, Sun .hi.
uf ennsidf ml ion.
4.4
ONE   FOR   THE  C.  P.
Slnian, ,| inleresi, E. Davis In A. ('.     T||,, ,....„.„ ,,„„.,, ,,y   „,, r.,lmU:m
"' „,  , | Pacilic Ciiilwnv to secure the iiiisseiiger
MAUOII   I. ' '
tiiitle to the Kouleiiiiy guld mining
Bay Slate, 1 interesl, E. O'Rnurke
legions have caused liiiuhle. the toilg-
1 nil lule nf which i,iiiinil   yd   lie  t'Stl-
to ,1, F. Hctlily.
Hnv Slate, j interesl, .1. 1-'. Iieddv li.ij
SI. O'llinirke." | "l;',1,''"'
,...,.          . ,   ii .|.    i     ,   i. ■      he  ('iiiiii inn rinul   hn*  the   must
Unite, i iiili-i'i-st, .1. AI. L-ivliir lo !',   ,,
.. direct   riiiile, (ind  has  been  .putting
LastClittnce, j rest, S. 8.Sell r l,ms '""'■'' ""' »•'/'Jverlist'd l.y
, , ,, .. ,, < tin* Greul Nnilheiii and the Northern
to A, (-. Slltlun. i  .    ,
r   ,,u ii.,      , i, ,.|   i   i     Piicitc,      l s i   Icrciii'i' s iibllill Hi'Veii
Lust Chatii'e, !} inleiest, II. (lark, ,!r, |
lo E, Tltsw'orlli,
dnlliirs less I'm.in Toiontiinml llilrlcen
dollars less I'lom Moiilieiil, ami as I ha
iniijorily ol' 11..,-.* who nre going out
to llriiish ('..111llllllli lin. nut nny Inn
As a   gond  deal  of   niisciillcopli.il,   'I'111-1111 -V.'1"' I""'rule* i.trtn ed liy
POISONING   ANIMALS.
seems lo prevail mining people living in
the Canadian  mail  hnvc luketi iiwnv
spiusely populated districts us to llieir passenger I faille from llie Olher Ira
right lo Indiscriminately make use of'l''
..lain.-ntnl lim
poison for Ihu tlestriielloll of noxious: Al lmwl11 I'.'isseligeCii'uii lhe Nurlli.
unimiils, the pnniiiciiil statute |9 em I'aclllcund Oreiit Notllifi-ii roun-s
hereby piibllalied hearing   upon llie lmn' '" chniige fiil-s at ('liii-iiguaiid
siibji-,-1 1 by Illl will be seen pruii-'I'""'  '"  {"^'  "■   l"-11"'11  l''""1   Ml	
sion is not only tnnde whereby notice from Spnkani",   Thi* liiukcs lh- 	
shall he given to ptrlics living iu the nol so pleasalll us over the ('un.iiliii.i
ueighbiiili I in wlii.h ntiy  "tie de-   P'W-'iHi',   "here  lottii-i cos  go right
siresl tike use of puison fur tho pill- j Ultwii-I h" "'.i*i  Iwice aweek,
pnse above stated, il.also provides thai Another olttliiclc (lull Is l|illl|iiing il.e
should uny one suffer loss, even should I Aural-Hill) ronds Is llllll innsl Canudii,,,*
the law be complied with us far as likl' •« "•'"'l ''>' » 0|ll|tl,(Hllll limit,
posting liolices go, vet is the ,,,,,-ly | "hell-lllev (lie ill llieir own colllltiy
making use of the poison responsibleM- ■■«> tl"1" '"«! •'I"' ll"1 H'ouhled by
for any dnuiiige it may inflict upnu j customs ullli nil*.
others,    which    may   be   recovered! N0 COLONIAL C0NFERSNCE.
liy    nellon taken in a civil  com!, I ,
Seelion 1 of lhe acl leads us follows;   |    The secrelnty of stale lor lhe culo*
"Every iiei son who shall place any i nies. Mi', Joseph Chamlieilain. in (luinil   nnu ,t,]e iif Ilis own liuililing tiri Itotise of coiiiuions the olhec d.-tv suid
nilliiilldiiig   for   the destruction of tlmt there Is no ipiestlou of holding tin
ii'ixi.a.a aiiiinuls, ur for uuy purpnse' imperial rotiferi-ncc while lhe i-olotii.il
whalevei'i shall give notice lo all pel-, premiers are   attending the i|ueeii's
suns or families residing within one I diamond jubilee.    Hut  lie explained
inile of the pluce where such poison is  llnil   of course tin* giiveiumeul   will
used, by posting notices in three of lake the opporiiinii) uf ilisciissingnnv
Firsl-l'lass Sliibling.' Ihc mo*1 ,..'.'.in" pin'ies within one id ill* j iiiallersiifciillitiu.il Inlt'lesl which uny
ARMSTRONG   B.C. oj where saW politoti id Ip he put out,   'of llieni limy desire, THE ADVANCE.
ji'liisely connecleil will) lhe ipieslinu ot;
revenue.    We  refer Iii  It"'  wiltllll III'I
VMtt
; Eg^afc-i-^s CUP THAT CHEERS.
W. II. MIIIIIIS Pliiiiiaai.iii
PuMtohed  weekly   ul(Midway, ll.C.       'eleven iif the act grunting Ihe land
.Sutmcnliliou Price. Slim illT mniinn. payable
In adTmu-r, either yearly or half-yearly ul I lit*
o|ilion of the utitiscrilier.
biiiiiis In the above railwny.   ll may be
contended liy many that llu lissioii
of lliese words makes very littlediiler-
Ailvcriising Bates bouI on nppltcalion.
Though the columns of Tin: Aiivam-k ure
always open for tie* discussion ot niitlteis oi
public Inleresi ami iiiiiii.rtiii»*e. ..■.■ ia not - ence lo any oue, hul to such tve would
oetaarli** ondorw any of tbe optiilona expressed. ...... ...... ihvli'n.nlmlnn lei* been taken
Cori-CKlioiidcnee.il a pwsuiiiiliiiiliiiciiill nnl 1,,-   m> "' 	
published.
:   Across in thfcguaoi ludi-
. :oatos that your Bubwriptlon
: :to tUU paper has expired,
MONDAY
MAIU'H 8,
1807,
EDITOIilAL  MITES.
advantage of hy officlalsof Ihe govern-
ment., In tefiise ill ninny instances the
sale'of lhe third-class lands contained
within the grant, thereby defeating
lhe inlciiiii'ii nl former legislation and
depriving llle province of lho beinlii
of the revenue nCci-iiing from such
sales, providing the railway to which
llu- boiitts wits grunted is never Iniill.
Even should lhe railway i vent nuliy be
constructed, we sliil innintaiii it necessity exists for on noil-tidmeiil lobe
iniiile in the net, for as it  stands nt
THE  I". S.  seiiute bus refused tn
allow lhe opening of llie soul I] Inni' nt
the Colville   Indian   l-t'SMV    Ii. im'"'h'- "" ll1"""1""'   i"«""P«»ly l"«
uiiuernl lociilion, iiiid iis a coiiscpieu,.!.. l'.'.-n given Um said railwny coiupaliy
nricsifiooii's
Peneetion Brand of Ceylon Teas.
* The Choicest Blend of Ceylon Tea
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Soo Pacific Route.
that can be produced.   Strong,, jThe Cheapest .
Pungent ancl Rich in Flavor. Quickest and .
Guaranteed equal to any 75c.
tea in the market.
much disappointment is fell hy hundreds of men who were rendy III make
one mad rush for Ihecovcleil ehluiudi
over lhe whole of lhe tlui'il-rlilss kinds
folil.'iiiicd   wil hill   the  grunt, I'm
lleXl Ihree   Veins III'   llllll'll, II   stli
lilt
PER 5()a LB-
5c. per lb. less in 5 Pound Lots,
pie pound, put up in  Lead Foil Packages only.
J.McNieOL.
Luoked til  fl- ie po f view, il   "••'"I''1* unbearable lo Ihe people ol this
may ho said to hu distressing Ihal thu ,li-"il'1- ;""1 '""'  wlli'1'   "U"M '"'
mineral wealth of nny suction uf this n'medied   with   Ihu   lettsl   possible
weslern country should lie lucked up, "l''">'-
 ' *m ll",kl'{1 ,u ''■""' •'"""1"'1' I'"'"" ;   Tn the crass ig nne  Ihe 13, (J.
brook:
HOUSE
Shortest Route l|x |
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points,
0
si
l. ABERDEEN J*""*?
tldoii every
Tiicsiliiy. Thursday mul Saturday, making-Son*
iK'ciiuiis wiih int'nin hi Okiuingan Ijaudhiff-jpr
SiciuiKHis ilimcliini In jolll iiiiiiii  Hue   trains
Clisl llllll VVOHt,
To
We are taking First-Class
Mining Properties in hand
for
Incorporation
UUK10NWOOI) CAMP, BOUNDARY CHEEK, II. ('.
of view, il tuny lie said to be perhaps
for lhe best, ns bail lhe southern reserve been thrown open, iiiucli ill-'ti
government, uud tlie bungling of officials hi the iniillur of proseciilinge-**
tradition pint eeiling*. .lack McKiniion
-Inn and capital w I have  .11 ill- ft   |1|(||1 m |lH(1|v W|ml|!ll liy ,!„..,„
verted from llle develupiiienl of ilu
norl hern half, whicli was so recently
opened, und in which very lew of the
Ihurllies uf lhe provlncu for cuttle
steuliug ul Vct'iitin, litids liitnself a
iree nnil unrestrained citizen, enjoying
properties have up lo lhe present  hud 11||(, ,,,,„,,„„„ ,„„■ Llus|Jita|i|.j. uf Ih,
ii sufficient, amount of work done m Unlktl 8liUra,iis 11 few .lavs ago, by
ihem Iii determine iheir value uud con-1 1 f ,*,„ „ y
8l.ltllle thein  mines.   Taken all in ull
Good Accommodation for Travelers.,   l-'irsl-eluss Mollis Served
(Jood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
.file
of the secretary
ised from
ngo iii-
ilir inlerio
1Y, FEED AND SALE
Through Tickets to iiiiiI frinn tlie I'luiilli'Coast
to Ktistoi'ii ami Kuroponn Points,
Rq'uipntonl  unsurpassed, combining 1'iilal.iul
(tltltUg llllll slcepinc;ears, luxurious ilny idles.
tourist ntnl froo colonist sloeplng curs run mi
till tlllillS.
I.'iii'iiidii'niiititin us to tune, rates, oto., apply to
II. S. Scadding,
Agont, I'l'iiiietnn.
Or to        Geo McL. Brown,
Hist. I'nss'r Agent, Viincouver.
Finding all cash, time and
trouble and furnishing the
Stock ready for Mrrket,
and are willing to take
our pay in stocks. Treasury Slock   Listed   Fast.
l-'or Further Particulars
Apply to
L. G. DILLMAN,
Broker, Spokane.
4ft±%'-oi_2^t.:_~x.ri*;F3i?igy
be wns t('leased from jail nl Spokane.
perhaps Ihe ...ti.... of the builtlle -Van 8m|le |i|m. ng0 „.„ ,„„,< „„,„„*„„ „
awiseo.ie.      _    ^ j predict Unit  s.tch wnnlil lie the mil ■
...  ,,      ,,,. , 1 conic of the exlrniliiion proceedings,
W in. gmi-ioits bottai, „i,„,s n,„i i    , fi , |.,.wanl„(l     G00d single and double drivers and saddle Horses
considei'iitioii lor the wellliiie ol lhe     . , ...
,,,,.,,,„     1     . 1 wiih   -.tiling   (-.iinl.-iin.nlnu.   bv  our I
nnlitiHs interested, I'l-i'Mtletii (levelatiil,   .    , , ,, 1111 1    •     1      1 • 1        1 11     1
up,,,, the eve of „mc,. exercised his \^u"m""' >»"'»;»""• ■■«'■"'.<"■" 7* j gende double and single drivers and  saddle horses.
,     .     , , teiiipiii'nry,   ll  will now be in order
veto power, and  refused to ciilcrlain   .,'... , . .     ,    ,,
the passage of the i.,„e,„i„,c,,i hill it. 1°'' ''"'. ^"''<""' N7» •» l'"1'1' u'« * boarded by the week or month.    Box stalls il desired'. Morses
,,   !.     .     ,.     . ,. ,,    ,. ..  . 1 llmiil 1.1 excuses on behalf of the B.C..
llie,lnlinigintli.il laws ol the Lulled
states.  By so doing In* has no doubt •*" '   '"" + .. j broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
woo llie goo.I opinion of a very hog
Ladies
Horses
proportion of the population ol the
several count ties, and his vetoing lids
Tu any one desiraiis nt incorporiiling;
, town in the Province of British Co- j)Q|er [n hHV .,nJ n-nii„ ; wholesale and retail
... 1   :.      . 1...    i- .11 1  l ' o
lllllll.ill, we would write the following i
bill will he  looked upon  ns one of  prescription, iiiul we would date the
the important ads of   lliis   slides- \SAmu Grand Furks, B, Ci
mall's    career.      That     the     presi- ina-iia;.
dent took such 11 sensible view of the ! A blontoliluil-Qovornm-
nl..
All kinds of
t.-avv teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
VV. Gardner, Proprietor.
case, isu uitifter for gi'iilillciitiuu, for
hud it 1>i*i-ii otherwise, lliere Is lillle
tpiesliiin but thnl a good ileal of ill-
feeling would linvebeeiicrciili'il among
those, who, up lo lbe present have always maintained titnicahlc rivulliuis
iu their lu'ercoilrse one with the
olher. Among lhe reaSons gi en for
his action, the president, refct-i-ing In
Canada,  says:   "When   in- consider i patient, uml the llting is
the provisions of Ihe hill iii connection
with our loug HintI1.-.11 frontier anil
the boundaries of several nl' out
An Atlnfnoy-Ui
A Hpunkeruffl Priivlniilal Lugisliitiu-u
A Provltn ini Secretary	
Judges, lawycrB anil tln-lioi-n poltltettii
i.ium thins.
Cieliliurn- iiiiiiii] ter 01 die. post cihos,
which being illlerpt-ull'd, nieniis:
Should Ihc low I he. eligible for incorporation under any ttcl in force,
clap a new plaster tut lhe back of tbe
:::;:! c. f. costerton \m
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH ■ DOORS.
RODfiH AND DBESSED
—LUMBER-
BUILDERS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough -:- ar,d Sressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Laths, ■ Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-♦♦♦♦
{ $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
1 1
1 per load. 1
la»»*«»«««-*v:«a««"e95(S9  «i
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
and tei-rilories ofle t imaginary                   VEItNON,B,0.                | -flk/tf *pL    i.r„Jp rpiltrP flf the Grand nPf)
lines separal-ing  lbe,,, from (Juuiidtt,   ,          , „.., n„t„h AWnlM|,| J „,  ! ffl 1 nL 11 dUL teflCI t 01  U1C UI dllU ^
andrccillthcl'rieiullyintcrcoutse  GORBPal HBillBSllltflfilflBdDCial Agl., H^ }>{&[_[(>         Kettle       HVer        dttd W
tween the people who are our neigh-                 NOTARY PUBLIC,                iSs« t%      1 ■• •   4 '                         1               •     •                      1 fSffl
m& Boundary creek mining and |g
liorsoii eii her side, the provisions of Agelll; p0r
lllis  hill  affecting  Ihem  musl be re
guided as Illiberal, narrow nnd un-
Ainei lean;    The residents of  these
stales and  tcrriloties have separate
and especial inleresls which in many     THE   INSBIUNOI* (Joy.  OP   Nora
The ItiivAt, [NsiiiAMi*: (ov.
Tun London ano Lancashire J-'nti!
INSUHANCE Ci>V.
cases makes an iiilercliniige of lulior
between their people antl Iheir alien
laborers must iniporlaiil, frequently j
with the advantage largely in fiiyor
of our citizens, could hardly fall In provoke retaliatory measures to the injury of inany of our citizens who are
now einpluyed on adjoining foreign
America
The London and Canadian I'iui
Insurance Cov
(Ki agricultural country.
ffl
m
m  Situated at the junction of ffl
m the Boundary creek, Marcus wffi
i,\mi ii.i.Mi'.v " 1. t^T r- * J ^Sfi
The Sun Life Assurance Coy Pp   ffl and ReSeH^tlOn WagOIl rOatlS.   &$
B Nearest point to the Colville ffl
mi ,-        •  Sag
wt.
m
NOTICE is IIIiltmiY GIVEN that tippli*
cut inn will lu- llllldc Ill Ihc Piirliiiineiit of
I'luiiuliuit tliottuxl si'ssinn thornoltfor an Act
tn iiiciii'iiiirnte a Company to construct; and
ii|ici-iit|.|i ruilivay fi-nitia iKiint nt or near tlm
NOTICE is hercliv given llml. sixty days Town uf belliliriilRe, hi the Ninth West Ti-rrl*
lifter tin!0, wc. ihe 11n1lc1.aiKi11.il, Inicinl In tprloS of Cioinilii; ilu-iirii oiteiidllfg westerly
nttltlv tu tlie I liief C.innnisaiiiii|.|. tif hiiiuls nml ! Ihi'i'ilgli Cl'nw's N'rst Puns to llu'Colunihlil river
Works Ini' 1nr111lHsl1.11 lu iniretiu*.. il..,f..ll.n»lli|| '■ 111 Hie Pruthici- nf llrilisii Ciiluinlilu ; Ihoneu
dosm-lbod li'iti'l nf lioi'l. sitinilcil In tin- tls'iyinis I iveslei'ly In a |«inil In .*uiil ni-iiiiiien ..,, .„■ near
division o( Vulc llislricl. in Hie Provinco nf I llw Eraser rlvor or the straits of ('corgla, „r
llritlBh Columbia: any arm or inlet uf the wuno titltdo water ur
aii'tingiii a liiinl iiiiiluiras'liniiii iiflveillc  seaboard,    Willi   powor   lo liuild, .iciiuirr,
  inn'tntiiin and uiu'i'iile Hletun anil other vesHols
to he used in ctiinicctiini with the snid railway,
also In purchase und use walor l(l geiiernto
oleaii'lcal polvor atul hi sell anil leusti sueh
powor.
llnleil ul   Vieltii-iii, Hi-illsli t'ollllllbla, 17th
Dccotnlior-ISH
AltCHKIt MARTIN,
Snlicitlil- for Aliplieilllts.
r neiir the junotl f tin- West Vats
thonoo west HI cliiiins, thence nui'tli 111 eliuins.
tbeneo east 111 eliiiins. thonco snutli I'l cliiiins In
tiniiit .if cinnnicnci'iiiiiut, eolltoinllif* Ulil ner. s,
inoroorlcBSi      st'KNi'KH IIKXNKit.MAN,
UEOROE C. RUSE,
llnleil ihis 1st day uf t'olii-uavy, 1*81*.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN llml upi'li-
eillluil wf" '
Canada.
Till! IIii.MINIOF lll'll.lltMl and Loan
Assiiia.\TinN.
Appraiser por the Canada I'kii-
ha.nknt i.iiax and savings coy.
$m reservation mines.
We cull llu; attention of llie postal
authorities to lhe pressing ueeessily til': " We Submit  t.O   the
their establishing a posl office of C.s- wffl f ^ Majority "
cade(-11 v-   Ijust Biiuiiiier ini' num-isi "
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ffl
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of Improvements.
ill lienliiilc tn tlie I'lli'liiinient nf
Canada at the next Bosston tlioroof, for nii net
In inciii't) irate ti eiilllliilliy In ciinstt'iuit und
onoratti a railway from n point i.l nt- mini- the
Town nf s.i) ward in British Columbia, thonco
extending through or uoar tlio towns uf Trail
mul Midway lu u poinl un llkiiuaguii [.like ut
or near tho town or Ponticton, In tun Districts
nf West Kootenny nml liicd Ynle; willi power
to build, autpiiro, maintain uml oporaio stoain
unit othor vessels tn tic uscil in ciiiuicclitin with I
tho said railway, also lupurolinso and Uio iviltor HTAKE MOTICB llml I, Jnlin Stevens,-an
tu gi'iierute olcetrlcal powor and tu sail and , 1 agent, tree minor's cerlitlnatc Nu. 75S.il,
lease siu-li powor. I inlenil. sixty ilnys fnnn the dale  hereof, to
Bated ut Trail, British Columbia, llli Nnv..lWO.  npnly In the Milling lloeordor fur a rnrtlflcalo
WOTICB.
Tub Evn.xi.Nt; Htaii Mi.N'tai.u. Claim,
Situate at Camp Fairview, in the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Ynle District.
McCQLl.St HA.Vlll.lHN.
Boliottoi-s fur AiiiiliyiuilH.
and settlers around  Christina  lake
A rn Kslublisheil Patriotic
Kails. Hear Ihis in mind
when 111 need of
ivele greatly incoiivenieiiccd owing to
Ihe fact of their not being in touch
with Hliy particular posl olllee, a slate
of affairs which compelled ilium to.
^::,l!s^ltiJ:::r'Ss,V:,,':r1;;:.1:::,Clolbing and Groceries.
pose iif lecordiiig claims or the trans* j
clion iif other business. A huge
number of men will he engaged in
milling and olher enterprises ill tin
neighborhood  of   Cascade  Cily  Ibis
You will sa\c money, We
nre, ihe lenders in Low)
I'rlces, Ask your neighbors
;:;;;::;;;^,:,:!.,::lh,:::.^::om:: The white Frontstoi^Gi^iiwood [^ Mm
viniiidly nl Iheir door, instead of buv
iug lo iriiiup miles lu receive, pi- dis- Isonnof alenin ol
patch Iheir mail.   Cascade city Issllit- QLSON & PHELAN  lu'longingluSI
tiled  til   Un-  ciiiiliucticc <>l Ciirislllia I
creek with llie Kellle river, nod Is ou
the route which will he Iraversed by
stages  running between  iMitt'clis uiui
(llllllli   l-'oiks   Ibis   sioinnei.    There |
need Iheri'l'iiie be in. dillicully about
ilie mailer, till thai is needed Is lhe 1
pilslollicc.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
S Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
ROCK CREEK DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT.
NOTICE is hereby glvon in nccnrtlnnco with
tlio saitutes. that  Provincial Iteveiiiui
Tux nml all taxes levied uiitliTlliii "AssOSBIllolll
| Act.' lire in.willje till'Illll ytail'IStir
uf Iniprovoinnnts, fin- llio pitrpitse of nbliiinhig
a I Irown gninl uf I tie abnvo claim.
And further take notice Ibnl. dottoii, uniTur
section 117, niitst lm cnnuiioneod bcfnro tlio
isaiiin.ee t.f snub cortiflcato of iinpi-iivuuient",
liiueil tills 7th day ol January, 18U".
ighl In
111', is.,lin-
Hustling     l-'rcigblcis.     Ibal
in Iritil the Ibruiigh llinu frnighl,
lill.llllll pennis. for PA. Ilrlsroll, the redoubt-
H. WRIGHT
ootffliSkeIaker|^ii:i::!.;:;:ii^
Anaconda, FJ. G.
My slock is complete lliilelulluudl-eplcle and
! varieii in Suits ol Clnlliing, (lenllemeii's and
w  ,.   ri ■
■ !   I Iff
)N several iiet-liBlnns we have frilled Dnnalnin-lWnailu anil PpnmnHvTlnnR T.ii.lii.s' fool wear, Dry Omuls, Nullum*, elc,   My grocery 8iippllesarestifflcle.nl
etiUnn loan, -ut,.,-, ,f greal I.i.i*.:-!-; dtP» ,H3 «^''»J "H" «' dH1l,UJ UUBB ;,,, s-il1is(rv ,,,.. Wfl„|H „r ,,„ iri. Kl.,,.,,. Ui-,...,. vniu-y.   My slock of Miners'
(IN
all
mice to the people of the southern |
lion of.Yale district, uiui ere this wej   Onion by s
bad expected lo have -ecu lbe tpies*| AuaciuidaM
lion broticlu-d 111 Ibe provincial legislature by our repi'i'Seflliitive, Mr. Ulillilld
(Irahiim.   Thai he bus overlooked Ihe
llialICI-80 I'm, is cause fur woiiileriiieiil
wiih us, us thoroughly ure we cot
vinced he is cniiversnnl  uiih Ihe lad
Ihnt ill lhe passage uf former leglsla-     If  yon want  I
lit iill.-ii.tcil In. Add
T
IS! LIE!
Supplies is just what is waul.-il by llle Prospectors and Mimas.   1 am selling
!at Spukane SPOT CASH Prices, frelghl only added (duly thrown lu).   Come
nml Interrogate me.
Eli. DRISCQtX, CARSON, B. C.
Hull loilfhlllg the grunting nf a bonus plaster it lions,
of laud to IlieColiiiol'ia ami VVesleru call I'm lime ul
railwny, it grout IujihIii.' wu* thine lo
hiscoiisiiiueiils. .N'.l ni.ly.il u.uy bei (inn IP
slid, does Ibis tiiiltter Inleresi Uu
people   of   Soil! bean   Vale,   it   is   um
which elfi'iis Un- wellfaiiinf lhe nliole Office, Keiuleli
ofllie pia.plo of lbe i'l "'■ in.-c, lls il i-
il   lip ll  cnbill,
r build it foundation,
Boundary Kull. ,.11. C.
The Golden Gate Hotel
i-.uiiyii'w, ii. di
__: XSllio-t    -   -  -   Fx»o_pn*±G-bov.
uolil) .'iCCOMMOUATION.   GOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton antl Oro, Wash.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Sittings ot tho County Court of Yalo will bo
bullion us billows:
At *tliilwi>y, oil JIiiiKliiy, ISth.'MaMll.
18(17.
At (ii'i.i.il (.'iirlis, ui. Wetlnesilt.y. I'll.
March, :xll7.
Al the lnuii. ul' II o'otoolt ill the ftu'enuiin,
respcetively.  My coiini
HI nl ill,  alun.. nnttiot! laxes iibllootablc
nil lull tin- l.'nck CrOOk liivislnlliif llislricl are
piiyabloal my olllco at Oaoyans, H.C,
Pnivlfn-llll  Iteviainc Tux. $3,111 pot i-i.plln.,
\. cssod'faxes aro colloclablo ill tho following
rates, ilM
If paid un or hcfi.ro ,1 into Mlb, 18071
Tin tin lis i.r ..ne per cent, un real properly.
Tun nnd  a half lii-r cent, un the  assoBSOl]
i-nlini of wild linn).
Ono luilf uf une per cent, nu poi-Honal properly I
tin >-.. niuch nf tlie hit-imui uf any persuli ns
oxeootts une llualsuiiil dollars, the fiilluivhlg i
rates, nnuiclyi Upon sueh excess, ivben tho!   N.iltci. Is liWol)J glvon llial. a sitting of tlio
», ,i inure ihnn len Ihoinnd dollars,  County Court nf lule "ill be held
une per eenl.; when such rxcesB Is uvoi leu | Al 0«0J'<  March 12, INII7.
II -utul dollars mul nol nunc Hum iwoulir At ^ hou-*. 0f olcvon o'clock in tho forenoon,
ll siiiul dollars, one and ono-qnnrtor uf ono    ]tv( miiiiiil,       C, A. 11. LAMHIT,
W. <*. 1I.1IVNN.
Inverniueiil (llll.-e. Midway,       II. lit'.C,
Jaii, (th, I8H",
..■|W."IIW.C«...l MMtUWIt-g'(•I.'"
.v.;' I ■■'.
£.ft-fttft,
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
pur eont.; wlmn Hiioh uxccch Ih oyov twenty
llitiiir-iinil iltillar*>, (iuu ami uiiu-hulf uf ono por
por cnni.
If puid mi in-iificr ihc tat July, 18071
Kmii'-HfiliHiif miu por cunl un ruil proporty.
Tltyco por cptlt. on lliu iiiwuHHOil vnluu uf wild
lands.
Tlii-iT-iiuai'tui'suf one per COIlt. un personal
proporty.
on ^i) iniiiii nf tin: iiiHimu of uuy pprson ua
oxoootliJ ono tlioiiitantt itollarn, thu foliowinif
mien, iniinuly; limn uiioh cxuws, whon tliu
KiiniOlB nut mure than (on llnnisaiiil ilnllnrs,
uno mid ono-qtiiVrtor nf une por cunt,; when
r-inii Qxcow* in ovor (on tlionsaiid dollars and
nut niuru Ihnn twenty lh(iiiHiinildullni's,unuanil
oiiO'lmlfof one per cent.; whun mich ax609H is
uvui' twenty thousand dollars, ono and throo*
quarters of ono por cent.
('. A. H. LAMBLY,
AnsoflBor and Collector.
January 2nd, 1887.
Oovornniont Ofllco, Oxoyucw,
Nov. IZtli, tm.
It. ('. 0.
NOTICE.
The Osiiyno.s Vernon .....1 Kettle River
.Mlnlns invidious of Yulo Distriet,
NOTICK Is hereby given that nil plnccr
olntllls legally held fit the Osoyoos, Vernnn unit Kottle HlVOr Mining Divisions of Yulo
llislricl, are laid over from lbe Iul November
1800, to till) 1st Juno, 1807.
[Signed]     0, A. Il.b.UIHbV,
Oold Ciinnuissloncv. Vol.. VI, No, 111.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE AIIVANCK.
Miiiway, B, 0„ MaiiciiS, 18117.
MINING   XOTISS.
Messrs. Rickards and Ueid lefl on
Friday to do assessiiienl work on the
droit Hesper iii Smith's camp.
Messrs. Lundy and Helstaub will
commence development work thia
week on the Inlcrnniiuniil claim, llf nr
Midway.
Mc. A. K. Stuart and his assncialcs
have received a very templing blind-
int.' (ilfei- on their propl't-ty ill Crmvn
Point camp, They are lhe owners of
the Beit lm Kurt/,, ihe claim adjoining
lhe Crown I'ninl,
Quite n niiiiilicr nf men are getting
rendy their mil His. and prospecting
nips will soon In* the order of the tlav.
The niiighhni'hnod of Christina lake
will   receive   n h  intention  at   the
hands of prospectors this summer. The
Sbiillkiitncen coioiirv is alsoI'ltti-iicling
attention, and will no doubt be the
scene ot much exploration,
At present (he dlslrlcl is suffering
for the ivnnt of a greater number of
practical miners. During ibe whole of
I he winter lin- Cariboo Mining and
Milling conipiiny In ('amp McKinney
hits beet) shnrl handed, anil In all the
tlilfcrenl ciimps of the districl good
men are in ileouitid. Quart'/, ininers of
experience coming lo lhe province nl
lhe present time mighi be sure of work
nt remunerative wages.and there is no
reason to believe lite demand will
slacken for snme lime to come, in fuel
lliere is a prospect of hundreds of men
being needed in the near fui ure
throughout the country.
Following swift ly upon theiicqulsi
tion of the Alice and Knii.ui claims in
Oamp McKinney, conies ill- news i f
another deal In which Mr. (1.11. McAuley figures, us it. is slated a few days
ago lle acquired llu- Maple Leaf claim
front Mr. .lames Lynch. The Maple
Leaf is looked upon ns one of tlie best
clninis on llie Cariboo vein, outside of
Ine Cariboo Itself, It, .joins tin- A.ice
on the west, and lies between it und
tiie Eorekii, Mi. Lynch s -euis in have
heen the first. Io understand lhe trend
of lhe Cariboo vein, us he local ed nlong
it. while the others took tlicit-(UIOx ioOO
feel locutions norlli and soiilh, or
across the vein. The ttciplisillot) of
the Maple Leaf and ot her claims gives
Mr. McAuley and his assncialcs conlrol of over 8,000feetof ground through
which the funioii* ledge cutis. The
purchase consideration of tin- Maple
Leaf deal is understood to have heeu
$10,(KKI cash.
The Washington Inventor is edited
by Eugene Church, with Dr. Willis E,
Kverette ns ussociale mining editor.
Tlle recital of these fuels is sufficient to
convey lo our renders the Intelligence
thai lhe Inveslot is a publication of
niuch excellence, anil one which we
dure to say will receive iiy;ood deal of
patronage from ihe mining uninmunl-
ties it is intended to serve.
ANOTHER  DIVIDEND.
On February 23 iiiiiilhet' dividend of
$23,000 was declared liy tin- trustees of
the Le Hoi inine. This in ikes a tottil
ofi$825,000 paid in dividends bv lhe
cuuipany, ll 's expected llu- Le lini
will foe lbe future pny dividends at the
rate of .-f-ill.tlOII net- inoiil.li, and Ihu il.
will no doubt be ulile to do, (living to
the fact llial il has just, installed Ihe
finest machinery plant owned by any
mine in Canada.
NEW  PUBLICATIONS.
Two new publications entile tu hand
the past week—llie Douglas Milter,
published at Douglas, Alaska, anil the
other, the Washington Investor, published ill Tiicnoui, Wash. Prouiptlv
und with pleasure each was placed
upon our exchange list.
Our contemporary from lh" norlh
was a complete surprise lo us, us little
were we prepared InliHlioldii publication
of  such   merit   eililoriiilly  anil typo-
graphically, hulling fnnn what Islnoki d
upon by people in these purls ns such
ap nut of I lie \\ ay portion of the universe. The Douglas Miner will always
he n welcome visitor, us il  Is replete
witli mining nnd olher valuable new*.
VERNON   NOTES.
Krnin Our Own Correspondent.
Mr. W. H. Megraw left on Tuesday's
train on a business trip through the
Kootenai- country.
Mr. C. I). Siinins appears lo have
ndded several inches to hisslaliire lliis
lasl week, bul he complains of too
touch congratulation, resulting in partial paralysis of the right ami. I must
also add my well wishes, noil must de*
vuiilly hope ihe ynung Charley may
prove a chip off lhe old block.
Mr. W.T. Shiilford and Mr. S. C.
Smith returned from uu extended tour
through lhe Ensl Kootenny ciuinlcy
lust week. Tlu-y ate well pleased with
the mil look io Ihal seelion. The ohjecl of tin-it trip was, 1 understand,
a business one, and it is very probable
the several slores of 11, T. Shatford k
(lo. will be increased by one in the
near future.
The bazaar belli on Tuesday in
Ciimerou's llllll by (he ladies'guild of
All Saints, in aid of the church funds,
was u greal success financially and
otherwise, as is generally the case
when lhe fuic sex lake hold. The stalls
were diilnl.il) and prettily laid out, lhe
Indies' liner lusle lining en evidence on
even' hiiild. The various articles, both
useful uml oi naitietilttl.offered for sale,
evinced iniieli patient preparation,
III lhe evening llle Cilv luiiid played
some choice seh rilutis,
The winter race meeting, Ironing on
ice, which took place on Friday lust,
was a very pleasant mid successful
affair. In ihe iJoilnnle class the
favorite was lui i, causing both sorrow nod joy to ihe spoiling fraternity,
Sister Superior ceciuitily let her friends
dow ii, and I am afraid Cameron has
lost prestige, Mc. ,1. (J. Venn's Mary
won lliree straight, bents In 1.20,1.21
antl 1.20J, Sister Superior second,
Bessie third. In the scctili race, Mr.
Mrlnlyre's Minnie Wilkes was nit easy
winner, taking three straight heals,
wliilc Tom Riley surprised everybody
by bringing iu Mc, Holland's .Stella
Van a very good second. Bessie won
Ihe consolation race.
McKINNON   RELEASED.
.lohn McKiniion, whose strange adventures enlisted th-- attention of the
government* nf Grew Britain and tin
United Slates, walked out of jail on
tilt* 2nd insl, a free uitlhi His release
was ordered hy telephone upnu receipt
bv lhe U. S. nine hai al Spokane of the
following official cinuiiimiiciilioii:
DEAR Sta.—In tho matter of Hie application
for thu extradition of John MelCinnuu, who
was oommittdd on tho stli lust, by A. H, Ron-
yon, Kh(]., United suites commissioner for tho
<ii*lrifl nt Waaliincji.ti, In uwn.it llle notion of
the sucrotiiry of slate uf lhe Unltod suites iu
the pt-einises, I have to inform you that tbo
warrant of surrender bus been rofiiiicd.
Vou ure hereby authoring) to rolentio the said
John Mel'iiiiiou from custody.
I iuu, sir, your obedient ion-ant,
llllll All!) OlAY.V.
Department of State Washington, Feb. "(,1887,
McKiniion hud been inciirceraietl In
the SpoKaue iiiiiiii.v jail furtive months
awaiting extradition to Brilisli Oo-
Illluhln, where he was rhnrged wilh
stealing cattle, lle was twice held by
United Slates Commissioner Kenyon,
and the pupen were sent up lo the
secretary of the Inlerior. His last decision, above quoled, is llnal, and the
prisoner was promptly discharged.—
Spokesman Review,
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ anil - Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oxlx*  Stock  of
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows. Anvils, Heating aud Cook Stoves, Woodenware, Sash
nnd Doors., Paints and Oils, has been selected to meet Ihe
requirements of the country, and will be found most, aninplite,
Specialties
Jessop's Steel (any size); San  Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse ; Miners' Outfits,
•Jo'b'bin.g;   Shop
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt, anil Careful Al'tuition at a Reasonable Figure.
W. J. Armstrong k Co., ths Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stales
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
*       UI UllU        1U1IVU*
M.S'. H'OliG-KR,  l'liOPlUlOTOL*,.
B. C.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
EtTo CTiin.BiB3 liSColp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling,   Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & McCUAIG, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE RIVER. H. C.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.      ....      proprietors
THE FASHION
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates. LOCAL ANI) DISTIUCT.
'J
Mr, James Dale returned from a trip
to Spokane Tuesday last.
Messrs. McEntyre and Stevens returned last week froui Central camp,
Where they had been working on the
Cornucopia.
Mr, and Mrs. Covert of Grand
Prairie were visitors tu Midway dining
the past week. Their many friends
were glad to welcome thein.
Mr. Peter Helslt.iib is erectlnga neat
little dwelling on Second street. The
building will he one slory, 27 x 27 feet,
and will contain four rooms,
The foundation is laid for a nice cottage of a size 27x27 feci, which is
being erected by Mr. Spencer Bt'iiner-
i.iiin, one of Midway's residents,
A nice little real estate deal was
cnnsiiiniu-iled here the past week, when
Mr,,I. Sinister sold to Mr. James Al-
wood bis .Midway residence, with nil
iippurlenattces,
A uiiin came from lhe direction uf
Mr. Powers' sawmill last week and di -
dared he saw-dust Hying III Ibnl direction. Next to lhe appearance of
chipmunks mid logging bees I bis is a
sure sign of spring,
Operations were coinmuncod on Midway's irrigation system on Thursday
lasl, Mr. Glaze, Iheconlraclor, pulling
a gang of men to work on Boundary
creek building lhe wing dam. whicli
will turn the water of the creek iulu
the irrigation (Inine,
On March 18th a masquerade bull
will be given at Greenwood City, lo
which all ure invited.
On Tuesday last Mr. G. T. Hodgson
returned to Greenwood City, after an
absence of two or three llionlhs spent
in visiting England. Mr, Barrett, Mr.
Hodgson's partner, will return in lbe
disirici. some time Ibis spring.
We have just received a new ma|» of
the Osoyoos district, which has [re-
cently been issued by tbe govecumeiit.
The nuw map is quite an improvement
on the old one issued several years
ago, as it shows all the roads, trails,
towns mining camps, etc, in the district, and it is accurate, heing partly
lbe work of resident surveyors,
 rl 4 •
A   NEW  LODGE.
Boundary Valley Lodge No. 118, I. 0.
0. P, was Instil utedul Greenwood City
Monday evening by Past Grand 0. II.
Nelson of Carson, when lbe following
officers of the new lodge were installed:
T, llitttly, N. II.: It. C. Suiuiles, V. (I.:
VV. J. II nber. Sec'y; R. W. .lakes,
Teens.; T. Gully, Warden, and J, Mc*
Nit-ill, Conilticliir.
Ou Tuesday lhe new members were
passed Ihi-uugh llu- initiatory and
oilier degrees by lite nlllcers llf Clll'Stin
lodge. The new lodge sl arts mil wilh
a lecinbcrsliip of 11, aud n prospect, of
many recruits,
Afler ihu initiation ceremony was
completed, the members uf lbe lodge
wilh friends tcpaired lo the Palace
llolel tit Anaconda, where lhey par-
Mr. Guthrie, n well known milling, t,)0k of a splendid repast in the form
and business inan of the Slocnii and Ufii supper, tendered to them by their
Kooleiiay dislricts, came in from *,0Hti Mr. Thus. Ilurdy, whose hospi-
Spokane a few days ago, and so well I tll|jty WI1S nim.a enjoyed and greatly
pleased is he wiih the appearance of (ippreuiiilod.
this section he has decided to spend
melius  no
-jei-llliiuellt
the summer here, which
doubt he will become a
resident.
On Friday last Mr. F, ('. Cuppnge,
superintendent- of roads for the Vernon, Osoyoos and Kellle river disi rids
of Yule, wus in town, and from liltu it
was learned tlnil us soon us lhe spring
A   COMPANY   EXTRAORDINARY.
Two or lliree minillis ago a parly
cuine lo Boundary creek, and while
here purchased, partly foi cash and
purity on bond, two mineral claims,
for which he paid the munificent stun
of ,$21111. With lllis part of the transiic-
oiens government work will be started I lion we are not interested, as we
in the district. This will be un agree- ] recognize the right of the individual to
uiile departure from the course usually do just as he pleases, and also bis right.
pursued in such matters, | to purchase property at any tigiuc for
On Friday's stage Mr, Cecil Ward,'"'11'1'1'1"' '"">' '"' "llll! """''l"'''" On
solicitor of Kamloops, passed I hrough ;s''"'"'*
Midway ot, his way to Grand Forks. I The matter does not however resl
In company wilh Mr. Ward was a Mr, I here, as we lind Ibal upon thestrenglh
Aikius, who it is understood will act jof liuving partly purchased these lectins agent for lhe new Grand Forks I tim>s *il w""ld lle Preposterous tu call
Townsite company, and will also be I-■"■■"■ "'""'"I '■' '""'paay
manager and partner in a law office
llieni mines) a conipiiny has been
formed in Portland, Ore,, entitled the
Interiialiouiil Co-operative Alining
company, with a capital stock of ten
million dollars.
Having .staled lliese fuels, we believe
that is illl llie warning the Investing
public will need. We would refer to
snme glaring  untruths  iu llie pros-
I pectus, hut we feel certain the new
act regulating lhe formation of Iriul-
ing companies will be in force before
; long, and as soon as il becomes law,
bogus concerns like the one referred to
will cease to exist,
S. A. MUIR k CO.
(SuccossorH to I!. N, Taylor)
Chemists anil Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 IUVKX TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
Mr. Ward has decided to open at. the
Forks.
Mr. James Monaglian and Mr. G. B.
McAuley, president anil secretary of
the Carihoo Mining and Milling com-
puny, (hism-iI tbixiugh Midway on
Wednesday last ou Iheir way from
Spokane to Camp McKinney, During
their slay iu camp they will make all
necessary arrangements for the installment of the new machinery with
which the mine is to lie equipped.
Tlie tool of the sawmill whistle
brought our lucid contractor and
liuilder, Mi-. 0. M. Melville, to his feet
one day last week, and instead of taking a rifle and firing a salute us he was
inclined lo do, heiinmetlialely nincclu'il
olf to the sawmill and urdered a bill of
lumlier with which to ered a dwelling
on Second street, The body of Unbuilding will   he of a size 2-1 x 110 feel,
with an addition I2x:i0. When completed the cottage will be an ornament
to the Iiiiiii.
There will ben good deal of travel; Kmimi l-'li'si-Clinsstiiel
between RosHliind and Boundary creek
this slimmer, therefore it would be
Well for the superintendent of roads lo
pay early attention to lhe slate of the
l)eivdlii-y (rail, or at least Ihnt porlion
of it which is in lhe Kellle river mining division. Not only does the trail
require clearing or fallen limber, n
I iHdge should'Iw built over Christina
creek, a little stream which is said lo
lie extremely treacherous, and Is
crossed by the trail
Mr. Bd. A, Hiiin a few days ago entered (uio partnership with Mr. C. .1
Lundy, formerly part, proprietor of t lie
Midway hotel. The new linn will be
kiiiiwn by the nam.' of ll.ain \* Co.
This Hrui intends opining up it generul
tnel-ellilllilisi' llllltllliim Ill rn   U il I.i Iiii.
.Mid Mr. Haiti lift Midnaj'ti. fit -.1 i
stage, bound tar i nasi allies, where he
will purchase n portion of tb large
slock of gpods ib.. linn Intond" I .
curry, As soon us lumber ran be pro
cured  it  big warehouse  will be built
.•md tin- presenl store | a.. - mil ...   ,
enlarged.   Special lia... with tin Hrm   fM"
will be liuii.**, ,inil n " i 11 -' Hr an.Ini..:-, ui
which lhey expi't-l to driven heavy
liusiness.
On Tuesday lasl Mr,. Juhn Thnrnlon
and Mr. li. Parke of Buundary creek
were brought before W. 11. Norris, .1.
P., charged wilh laying out poison on
Boundary creek for lhe purpose ut destroying noxious animals, wlthoui
complying with the requirements of
the law. In the case of lhe let let-
party, who pleaded not guilty, Ihe
evidence being of an extremely contradictory and unsatisfactory character,
the magistrate dismissed the ruse. In
the former cuse lhe accused pleaded
guilty. As it was the lirst case of the
kind ever brought before u magistrate
in this section of the province, the
court was inclined to admonish rather
t hau inflict a severe penalty, The accused was lined $2 and costs, which
costs were waived, us lite witnesses declined lhe iicfepliincc of fees, "THIS ADVANCF,."
i-iisTiii'i-'ici-: mix III.
Certificate of the Registration
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lliliuil aroi
Toiicqult-o.own, oitomlti ami ileal in mines
iiiiii mineral olalm', nnl to ilo n gonoral mining
nml inilliiiK but-tnuHS* tu acquiro,own,don) In
nml tllsposdof nil kinds nt mil oslatoj tu Innate
mining olaliiiH ntttt ivntcr i-lgitlsi In coiisli-tiot
and iniiiiiiitiii plants and mils fur tlm purposo
uf reducing nml roltiilni' oi-ni tu mortgage,
lijpntliocate, loose ur sell, ur in nny nuinnor
iienl .villi, nnv nml nil nf its property, rcnl nml
pci'sunnl: tn Imlil nml own slooKS (to carry on
iiinlinsiiii'ssuf iiiiiiim'in tin-sinteef Washing-
Inn Mid oliowlioro In tlie Unllod Statosiand
especially tu own, oporato, control nml buy,
sell nml ilrnl in mines nn.l ollior proporty in
the I'rnviinn- iif llrltiali (-ulnnil)iii; nnd to dn j
cncli unit every net ttictdoul In nny uf tlm above
business or upcrtalntng ilinretn.
The capitalslook of tlie said Company ts ono
mill ion ilnllnrs. divided into nne million slim two.
the ii.ir value nf nun ilnllni- often.
tiivrn tinder mv linnd nnil soul nf nllleo nt
Viriiiiiii, Province uf llrilisii Columbia, ihis
3rd dny uf I-'ebrnury, 181)7.
|1.. s.i 8. Y. WOO'I'TON,
Itrglslnir nf Joint stonk Companies,
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Why Send Outside ? |
We carry the only full line of Men's
and Ladies' wear In tin- district and
Onr Prices Are Eight.
Call for Quotations on All Lines of
General Merchandise.
Way Down on Stoves
Wines ami Liquohs at Whole-
BAi.it Only.
Greenwood City
tile Go.
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figfiS   Lots on Eas   Terms to Actual Residents.
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GREENWOOD CITY, B. ('.
frU^   A. K. STUART,   »« ™   R^^m'
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Miiiway, ii. C,
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         Wc have commencecl the manufacture of ['lour nnd .ire in
I the business tn siav, and we now offer tin: following brands for*
VEENON, sale: Hungarian, XX XX. Strong  Bakers and  Superfine,
B.C.     Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry ami keep the mone) in ilu- disJ
|:u':;':7a„*ifll"i!*j       padmoue* peers, Proprietom. | trjct    qu|. |],nir |1;is |1(.,.n pronounced the superior of any now]
'- ' 3( | The Leading Hotel
im
In the Interior.
GREENWOOD
CITY-*-
Is llieCentrnlTowiiandSiipply I'ninl nf the Boundary
Cieek Mining (Jiimpa,   I'i..ni ilo** New Town mads
lead in tit-
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely ntnl a     a Good Investment.
For Price of Lois and Oilier liil'nroialinii, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, U.uiiularv ('reel;. II. (',
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B, C,
manufactured in British Columbia,
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd,
Armstrong, li. ' .
xnnD FORKS
HfYFRI
JLL \J  A   ImJ jL_ ♦*5i?il?????*5*»*W?5sc:
(e)        ©        CEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor,
<L_r'Sp;3i,^rx.<3. Pewits, £3. O.
jgTRICTLY piRST £LA8S.
(g) JERMS $ I -50 AND $2.00 PER DAY*
Prospectors' Livery, Feed ai Sale Stables
Grnnd Forks, I?. ('., Below (In- Bridget
Livery Teems, Saddle and Patk Horses anil Late1 Saddle Horses
Hay, Crain anil Wood for Gals.
|j Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
THE
m-aiVft't.'7*!.
iER- HOTEL
GruenwooIi Crrv, Bolxijauy C k i ii. . li. C,
We have jiiai mi al llu- above llolel al Greenwood Cily, ami are prepare-!
In welcome guesls uinl piovldo good iit'couiiuntliitlou.  (loud Cntci-ing.   I'lral
A.  K. Stukt,  Vancouver,  B. C.   \l "taUverysuhio.
I. WOOD 8l WESTEL PROPRIETORS.
J WT'^#?J»^?™'TJr(:!f^'-». '-'M'l.ifflB^
a ■ ■  ft^ft2it.....^2i_ft,2._______.
OKANAGAN
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
] TWO CARLOADS Ml ARRIVES
-^UPHOLSTERING*—
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, D. C.
JLvA A 4.,-JJl-l
LOWNA, B. C,
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furiiUliijil niiuii i|.|.ll   linn a.
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STRICTLY   FIR8T-CLASS
Coraraereiai Job Printing.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
SlTI via a oa Till   MaIH llu .11  I'U t'n I'l i
DK.vnwoon. skvi.iuk, uuki-swiioo, i.a.u Tonus: $1.50 lo $2.5u per Day.
I.iki: isu ninl-ai lliu s'l.-llll I'm . a ''i.'iaa.
^MERCHANTS
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
or.  J-   "W3XXVXX
PKOPMI.1*OK.
Greenwood Cily and Boundary Falls, B, C. I Best Brands Liprs and cigars
Centrally Loea pingP16C8 for Thwt  Diifefto   Stage Lil   ...   No
Trouble or Expense Span Com!
St.tiaily Firsl-Cioai and Cli irgi     Jodi al
fa! Stablinf, Midway, B. C, MABCTtg, 1K97.
TIIK ADVANCE,
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
Incorporated 21st October, ii
BEGAD    OFFICE,   Cr tt Ii 33 W TW O O H    OI.TY,    tt.  O.
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OFFICERS OF COMPANY
(J. ARTHUR RENDELL   - - -      Pimmn
II. A. HOLBROOK     MANAOEB
(.'. W. H. 8AN80M       Sni'itui-AiiY-TiiKAKfitKit
BANKERS:
HANK OF MONTREAL       -   Yebsos, B. ('.
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VIEW SHOW'S (.'HEKNWOOD CITY AND LOCATION OF COMPANY'S CLAIMS.
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This com|)any is* registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for i,5cqooo shares at
$i.ooi non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
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PI^OPEI^TIES.
The propcrtics, which are isbsoliilel't'
mviml by the Company, consist nf
eight claims lying in » grMi*" 31"'
named as ft'lims; "The Fred. !>.,"
"8. H. R," *'Big Ledge," "l>. A."
"O.H.,',,'!iK,""(l. A. B."und ".I.
A. C.,"lieir/gfiillY slKwnand eitplailltd
in the Map Plan amiesed.
DESCRIPTION.
On (fie "I**. A." J* 11 vein nlif-nt 2ft
inches wide, with u pny*8lreal( >i 1 to
12 inches; from tlliK* RflS} l'». ut ore
was shipped (to tin-' smeller, givinj*
$103.l5gol*J ■per ■.»•>* •**»*** W7-M1 or*,
and 2 |in- .rut, Ii-vkJ. A tiiiinrd i-> Whig
driven on this vein from vrhich ore i.i
being Inkrn, On the sntne j/rujietty is
a larger vi in ((■'airUfl ciirvyiing galena
and |*yriles.
Tbe "ti. A. tl." has a HO-fool shaft,
mink nu s2fn.il "'in, lieaylly mineral--
bedwilh an intimate mini ni .* ul iron
and copper pyrile-*, galena, blende and
lilvergliioiT. Tbi'llnesl. pi.-n-sof wiri'sil-
verfoimd oiiBoiuidaryUre ek were taken
from (bin shaft,  Average nsKiiynfrum
iliffer.iil place.', arrow lhe vein guvr
|8,00 gold, 80 o». silver: sho $K.«>
gold mul lHOoM sliver und "lie, the
latest return -*l.'c.nr> gold ami intu.'.
n/,s, silver per Ion.
On (In- "l*g bulge" b a IWotil
ipiurl/, vein, iniiienili/.iil wilh iron
pyrites. Tlti*. vein has law/ opened
up by eroes-cnls on the wirfnn foroW
leet,    A narrower   vein   has  la-pi.
\. li.   SCAl.fi (i.V initi MAP 1600 li.l'iT TO TIIK INCH,
opened up, being one foot wide, carrying considerable copper pyriles, and
runs inlo the main ledge as a spur, on
which a tunnel of 40 feet has been
driven. Average assays gave-$93gold,
nud 1 MO ozs. silver, and $40.35 gold,
171 wm. silver, 2 per cent, copper,
The "0. Ii" has two distinct veins;
one 25 feet wide which, from its strike
and general character ivould seem to
lie the same vein as thai on tbe Big
Ledge, although sufficient has nut
been done to make this conclusive.
Tlie second vein has at. present a
width of nearly three feet. Assays
have shown values in gold from $4.1*0.
to $170.53, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler, M, E. gaye
$20.00 in gold.
On I he " ti. 11. B." are two converging veins of copper and iron pyrites,
on which work is now being done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
10} ozs., cupper 11.1X1 per cent., or
$W.» for all values.
Tlie "Fred I)." wns located in December, 1805, more as ground for n
basis for mining operations for the
oilier claims Hum for its presenl value,
although there is liltle doubt that the
large vein on IheO. B. runs lhrough
it. There is u small vein of galena on
lllis eluiin,
The "8. F," lies Lei weed the 0. A, It.
nnd tl. A,, in Ilm direction of llie sti-iku
on the 0. A. it. vein. Tills location has
been nitiilu on a vein of pyrrhollle,
Tlie ".I. A. C," has a large irnu-
i-upping running lhrough it from Ilm
Anaconda, nt a depth of a few feet.
T he ore carries a considerable percentage of of copper and $10 in gold,
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.

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