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 fol. 2, No. 51,
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY,  JUNE.   18. 1904.
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$2.00 per Year.
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We have placed in stock a full line of
INTERNATIONAL, STOCR FOOD
product comprising, Stock Food for
horses, cattle, and hogs.
Poultry Food for Chickens, gaur-
enteed to increase egg production and
keep your poultry in first class condition
Worm powders, Heave powders,
Colic cure, Gall cure, Harness Oil
and soap.
f J. MCNICOL
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" TANGLEFOOT "
The drudgery of Housework disappears whe e it is used.
Once Used It Becomes
ihere 'is no getting over  it.
Always Fresh and i'i Stocfc ai
Thomas Drug: Co.    Midway
Licenses are Issued.
Victoria, June 10.—This week's
Gazette contains a notice respecting the issuing of the long
awaited licenses for coal and
petroleum prospecting in block
4593; South East Kootenay,
The notice' fixes the fee for
licenses at 5100 each, and those
who have not deposited sufficient money are notified that if
must he done. The license
covers n year front the date of
issue.
The policy of the government
with respect to the licenses  is
contained   i.i    the    following,
which form- pari of the notice:
"Owing to the number of applicants for licenses to prospect
for   coal  and   petroleum,   and
the     peculiar     complications
surrounding the applications for
the issuance of these licenses;
and the well known fact that
the issuance had heen unavoidably suspended for   so   many
months, the   government     of
Hritish Colunihia finds' it   impossible to determine the equitable rights of the numerous applicants; therefore, for the purpose of enabling all persons  to
go before a proper tribunal for
the determination of their respective    rights and priorities,
this license is issued and accepted subject to such prior rights
of other persons as may  exist
by   law,   and the date of the
license is not to be taken   or
held as iu any sense determin I
iug such priority.   And further
it shall not  lie taken 'or held
to waive inquiry by the courts
with respect to the proper pre-
forniance of all conditions  precedent   as    between    adverse
claimants.   And further, on.the
understanding that the government shall not be held responsible for or in connection with
any conflict which  may arise
with   other   claimants  to. the
same ground, and that under no
circumstances will license fees
be refunded.
"And the holder hereby
waives any claim or demand
against the government and expressly agrees not to take any
steps or proceedings to enforce
any alleged claim or demand
against the government of the
province of Hritish Columbia
arising out of the insurance of
thjs licence or of any other
matter or thing appertaining
thereto.
"The land being under reserve
from pre-emption sale, this
license does not include any
olher right than that of prospecting for coal and petroleum,"
_—-—, ea	
gives assay values of from.8 to
i) ounces gold and 54 ounces of
silrer. The Vein is fiom eight
to 10 inches wide.
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Poplar    r^otos.
J. 6. Devlin has some interesting stories to tell of the. Poplar
section.   Oiij' of these is  in re-'
gard fo a claim owned by Cutler
Porter on Hiipid creek.     Porter
uncovered a rich six inch lead of
ore and sacked 150 pounds of if'
to take fo Spokane  with   him.
He hired Jack Chisin   to   take
the ore   to (ho   railway  track
and told him (here   wtis $1200
worth of gold in tha IfiO pounds.
Previously Cliisni had bonded a
claim adjoining the Porter claim,;
to Porter for. iwOQ. Chism, w.ho.
had seen lhe  rich   find   on  the
Porter .property, offered to give
Porter the claim he bonded  for
$">(HM) for the privilege of working on the claim   for  •'!(•   hours
and being allowed all the ore he
could take out.   Porter .refused
the offer.
A big .strike of steel galena, ha
says, has been mude by a prospector named Browiron a lead
im a claim owned by him which
is located'•time-quarters of a
mile from the Spyglass .group.
Pat Devine, brought to Poplar
a few days since a piece of ore
from the Spyglass group that
was almost pure native   silver.
So    far ' fhosi'  sending   out
samples of sclu's' for assays have'
received good returns, provided
(hey sent good   sized samples,
and    assayers   have   informed
them that   thev  need  not   expect good results   from   small
samples.   The schist gave average assay values' of I'm in $5 (o
$0 per ton.     Mr.   Devlin' says
that on  (her 1st of J.uly ..work
will be inaugurated on t'he extension    of   (ho   Lucky,,Jack,
which is owned by him.
HiMiiiiia
Rich Strike on the Helen.
Ten inches of S:J()() ore on the
Helen! This statement would
have created a sensation in
Greenwood two years ago, but
people now take rieh strikes on
high grade properties as :a matter of coui ,', sa.j' the Boundary
Creek Times, The Helen lies
between Greenwood ami Ana
conda, and is about the most
southerly property in the high
grade bell which has turned out
Irich. It was bonded several,
times and ..lex. Miller secured it
a lew mouths ago. He put a
force to work under W. H. Jeffrey, Al. E, Mr. Jeffrey had
every confidence in his ability
to find lbe vein. That his confidence was not misplaced was
demonstrated on Tuesday last,
when the drift was run into a
vein of  high   grade   ore   that
LeRoiNo. 2. Pays Divide: Ii.
The LePoi No. 2 Mining company has declared a dividend of
1 shilling pe,- share," payable
J»»M. Thi8 is the amuiftl
dividend of tbe company, «„,!
amounts to 5.per cent, thn company being incorporated for
000,000 pounds, sterling i„ \
pound-sterling shares."■'
The Te: Hoi Ao. 2-is-tlie most
successful of Hossland (H. C.)
mines floated in London. It
has been paying a regular an-
""al dividend and has been
operated on a sound ' basis.
About a year ago it installed
a small Elmore oil concentrator,
which has been proven a distinct success and has .enabled
the conipany to treat a much
lower grade of ore (ban was
ever before handled in Rossland camp. .In addition it is
shipping some good or,j,runi.ing
at times into exceptional values.
The raw ore and , the concentrates have been going to Granby melter, since 'linings re-
1;'''-""* with the Northport
smelter wero ended' recontjy.
Sydney M. Joliuson has just
returned from the west fork of
Kettle river, where ho' and his
associates have resumed work
on the Bounty preparatory to
putting the mine into shipping
condition for next winter. Mr
Johnson reports more activity
on the west fork than at any
time in the last   hree years. • f
p-jMiAfti tnakty at _B_w_*r, K c
S»b»<«*p_oc price. tSjMptr.v.ii'm. p»jit!>;
lijjidmi.-...*. nt'.her 7»«l;r w Halt y early at :.:-
•pcj.xi 4 tke .iZeer. mr,
A ivxatbhgtatm name _pf_h__-__
SATURDAY.   JCNR  K 1SW.
THE FUTURE OF B.C.
Professor Macoun has made
the following important state
ment respecting the  future of
British Columbia :    "As  the-
vears roll on and our posses-
sessions become developed the
value of this second Britain;
will come so vividlv before the,
people that men will ask  with;
astonishment why such ignor
ance of British Columbia pre
vailed   in   the past.    Today 1
thf re are   400   miles of  the
coast lined with a forest grow
th superior to anything else  in
tbe   world   at present     Its
shores,  indented   with  multi
tudes of harbors, bays and  in
lets' teeming with   mvriads of
fish, its rocks and sands con
taining go!d. silver, iron, com!
and  various   other   minerals.
And besides all this a climate
superior to England  in every
way, both as regards heat and
moisture, and vet men wil ask.
what   it    is   worth?    Worth
more than Quebec and all the
maritime provinces thrown  in.
And sceptics may re-t assured
fl
that the day is not far'distance
when mv words wiil be accent
ed as true."
	
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Carrying His Majesty's Hail*
Wili leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY ^n
Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. rn..
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 p. m., and making connection wiih the train Sfoing east at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
the convenience  of  the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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WHO CARRY A FULL USE OP
FARMING IMPLEMENTS &WAG0lJ
CHAMDION MCWERS AND RAKES
HADLEY BANCH. WASH, p o.,,,,,-_..
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voice telling the affairs of men I
in all parts of  the globe—the
thunder 1 fartillery in the front,
rz battle, or rhe peaceful h -rial:
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churchyard.     It tells of your!
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THE
CANADIAN BANK OF COMIEBtfJ
With Which i» Amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBll
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital,     )$.•■, ,g
Reserve Fund     ,,
Aggregate Resources (30 Nov. IS03) over        ;■..,,
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LONDON OFFICE 60 LOMBARD STREET   |
.NEW YORK AGENCY WM. GRAY ,
H. B. WALKER j A*"""'
Ifl EXCHANGE PLACE.
In addition the Bank has 107 branches and Agencies in Ca-
andthe United States, including the following in Bn:i*h C
hia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN,    GREENWOOD.   KELSON,    YANCOUYEK . £
CRANBROOK.        KAMLOOPS, .YEW WE8TU SS
DAWSON.       NANAIMO, LADYSMITH. YICT1
FERNIE WHITE HORSE
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED 5TATES
Se*Vork. 5m Froctaco, Portland, S«|tle, 5-«„
Deposits received, exchansrfe bought and .>->lil ud       •    .
wriptioa ol Hun king ba__o_n transacted.
Qreettvood Branch
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1.-    rhinj    Street,
Portland,        <jr.-
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in     San     Francisco.
•"rank Royer. of Grand
|was   among the  week's,
to Midway.
Richardson,   of  Green-
^pent a few days in ilid-
Iring the week.
| Macdonald, of Phoenix,
town during the week   «   p.       i-   i ,  n*j     tl
sing horses for his livery.rt UayiigKt J\ide jhrovjgh Nature's /\,rt Gallervj
Itown. i
Jas.   McNicol returned
[Tuesday after spending a
weeks with her father at  O
hn L Snapp. Right of Way
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONT1NE.Y1
Tbnotb Salt Uk« City. QJcenwood sprint*, LtUxUlo, J-M<*J>|0,
Colorado Sprints lad Denver
Ptsiiax CootU Q*U. Cjnyoa of The Qrtnt.ZTennotsm ?***,
M*r*lull !>•** in. t_«#oy-_ Gor-je
TRAMS DAILY BETWEEN OGOES VSO DENVER      'wj
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NO    FURTHER.   FOR    BETTER    CANT
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Creek peinu.
xood AeeommodatioD fop the Traveling Mlie.
it of   the Great   Northern *>--*-
r»jr Co. was  a   visitor   to -
my on Monday. j      rWn,iiiiprtii,.iii-,i.ii_fciii
. It McBoyle,   of Osoyoos,' *   C- ■**■£   Q«»««i   A_e«t
fi-hray    with a carload of  ** T*w Stntt
twin? the  Northwest.   Laat
Iw.   During   hi-  absence
flfcc Boyle    will   visit   her
in Kansas. DENTIST.
fMcDonald,   une   of   the
KEBDELL B_n.;K. GrEEXWOO
BE    FOUNT
P09TU.NO.   0__GO««
DR.  SIMMONS,
The Fair Route
P»»ae M, T. * ft.
Itors of   the   Arlington
ireenwood,    is   making
Ition for   a   licence   for
-land hotel. Midway.
ha, been begun on  the ^
nes    ot   tne    ryjundary
ji in ing  Luinp_ny    just
fl iireeuwood. aud west
..-.uorn.
Mason,   of    Republic, midway.
. led   a   lucation tor a
• jie   j__:  aerm. tiie  p   M. KERBY
•:hi     LKjUiidary,     up-
C. J. LEGGATT,
SOLICITOR A>-n
NOTARY PUBLIC.
b. c.
A. 9. Car. See. C. L
Provincial Laud   Survey
..._way.     ibt-   tramer.
onc aud Mr. Mason trill
u in a iaige .Coca..
j tne increase- freight
licnm tne Interna:..• b__ 	
hne to >ne A__enc_..
^th-'zn   couatruction  com-  ^cLEOU k BROWN
bl tea tne railway tjetweeu
_«i _ uriew.   r. .?uerwu-x_.
aUw.il-*>   odlCcr,   Uijia    b*=t:U
nru ai Midway,
irai   Unicago    capitalists
■ecu in tu^u reeeutlj  in*
g   iutu   the opportunity
_..L4 interested  in souie
CIVIL   CNGINCCR.
M-a u •- in nan.
BARaiSTTRS, SoUCTTOM,  ETC.
MINERAL ACT.
via Chicago or New Orleans ti
St. Louis, is the one that _.ve»
you the most for your money, -
and the fact that the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL  offer* unsurpassed
service via thesa points   to the
WORLDS  FAIR, and   in   thi-
\ connection to all points beyond
makes it to yonr advantage be
rore making final arrangements
We can offer the choice of  sl
lea-it a dozen different routes.
B. H. Trtmbcu,
Commercial Agent.
Portland. Oregon I
J. C. Liynsrr.
T F. Is P. A..
Portiand.Ore.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A..
Seattle.   Washington.
MINERAL ACT
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
preler tourist sleeping car's
lor the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee &
Paul Railway
can
arrange   tor your    tnp
east in tourist cars,  offer you
choice oi    routes   and     save
you monev.
H. 5. row e.
Oeneral Agent.
134 Third Street Portland
Certificate  of   Improvement*.   Certificate   of   Improvement
...5-n grade properties ut
Ihey    vUKevi   Um
|     .-, Eliiiorn, deten and        m» ---.-.,„. .mui cut*.
Sx:axU& .3 '.M 0»*r**-M X.tieral Dv.-jcc
•'"" ef Ttla  Dmn«.    Watrm _**:*_     o
en, who recently  re- t*t*r Horaum.
- —     ._J- „ ,k„ nr.^   "TAKK V0T1CE-J_»; I. ___■    AeR.  Ofrw*
. rr, i tnp over tne pro-   1 ____»■      ___._.
"      _ r I x. xgta:   foe  .*-  W. Tii*.  *'«■»  Xiiwr ■
uf the Midway and' c.r-.mc*ie. So. bcii*. mw_.i -tt-.r lay. ttm
r.c tom hattat. 'n x^ij   :c Zee   Miry.rif   th
irrrrr'.:r x  A::.*,:.,-r  oi Inp*.f*:n*.»n>.   l'r
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Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Ca
Nelson & Ft, Sheppard
Railway Co.
:.e<l -Wa Railway Co.,
WsbiMiM I fi. I. Ij.,
Yu.,Tie4E. By Co.
TIC|SSTS
--TO ANU FkOX ALL-
Points   East
VIA
iway, is still in the
He is reticient aa *.« ;>_-;.:« ot--.t__.r..z_: i ern
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fat p n'.* ju', w«**t
•eta u Bass-nd ^d
^■'ommendation, to hij*
Ib,  but   appears to   be
with his trip and  the
ik tor the country,
Kanot* Medicine and
rt Company are in Mid-
jr one week commencing
17th. Their entertain*
are tir*t claa.**. being free
coar*ene*»s. The public
I not miss this.  The Com-
-.-   ,r td 1- t^tcine ny.
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JULJ
M ij  IM
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•-KNTINEL"
will stand -.: K. G. Sidley-
of Sidley, :' r the service o
iiiare_. lenna for season $iO
cash at time I service. He i-
a seal Brown, -tands 15 hands -
is highly recommended ,in.weight , l(» pounds, as mai
towns wh«re they  barehw«ai|iy-efarwMet0uie pedi*
jjree. this horse comes rrooa tne
t Go-nelL   Secretary   of he<t   blood   of    the    English
man of Provincial Infor- thoroughbreed and wm select-
i-has accepted the editor- «**i by Col. Dent of :".j Bri-.L-h
i :he Victoria   Colonist. Remount Departm*-r.: purpose-J-r.U-Kxoi
;"*   F.    Carter-Cotton.: ly   for  breeding   to  Canadian:     'JA^A
Mor of the   Vancouver mares with the intention of pro-
--''nK'iseT and Colonist. ;ducing remounts and high class
^ ■ well   known in drivers.
"'- '•-"■ journalistic  field,
';-:*d several  prom-
rial    positions    in
P. XeU
v-::xeral ACT.
C   -re<r*a: N«J«o wilh tbe K. P.. t S
C«. f ic Kaati. uud sio.jjijj piiri-.a.
<.oia«t* at   Carkem   with   ,*■*_.   fo
r---«QVT*od .i," : Midway B. i .
BafteC   <Jar*i   ran   >a   train,   fc««w«<»
OtkCtlti Z'ZSl :t. :?:'.
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SHORT LINE
re
St. Paul, tadpoiii.  U.;..-
A.vti racrn t.a.
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TOCONSUMPTIVES
Thi
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er-vrned  jj.ir-j;^  ,*r.e   - .
H i;: ; H
M.-..-.-
:- Western Canada.
• n the author of the
-imbia Year Book."
n,"j_Taph on Sir James
•ia ~The Maker of Can-
Vm*i and of numerous
mi mmj9 artd papers.
t*mt Whitcombe, for the
* h who left some days
* s_ over the proposed
Midway a few days ag
left for St Paul. As result of
Mr. Whitcomhe's examination
ot the line, a corps of surveyors
will shortly be put at work to
complete the final survey for
some iistawe west of here.
With the line now building
from Curlew here, and the
survey being   made    on
and; '._* >■*■■    :i,i -
Ami '•-." tot   aa
ltd .Tr* •      '
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A    mM   ••-    :-- -  •  "'    "VaSaDA'S i '-!«-« :t  'tJj;;ie   T.*ass i:-.-
>-aunsi Stsmaaami ia the town or "'"'■ r~«» »_» i texmr* .-.• :- •
'-*■  mad i.u«nLr« Coamn pt.aa. ."-i
MIDWAY xr.z *. -j;r.c:cjg r^untrr | „__< ir..:»■*:.:*... ;,__-„-..-*
<nd 's-   ".".-r** for tan,  TVJjo*-* w-o_»_. it. v rt
HUB HAEDY   SPECIALTIES-r-^^'-'-^! —
in Trait Trees. Small Fruits,
OnMunenUb, Shrubs. Roses,
Vines, Seed Poutoes, &c.
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prsuioo fcr
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*■ of here, returned   to theeoe*.
4 a •   ,  . ,   ■ -.-    hhej   IZ'   - imt t r
west,   tsfemm.  tAxmwcei mot M-i. ■'«■■'■
it looks at though it will nor be  -;•■ •£ ^ .^^        .;,. ..... .,  , -,
Ions before the entire V. V. ,s: E.
-■•" be completed through to   ,.......-•,..  ...^  .-, •.{•.     .-. ....
Stone & Wellington
FOVTrflLL MR5ERIES
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MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
io
0. M   CH0U8R
Agenl  far By ;.. :i (!,>;,
• •        Midivay, B, ('.
MINERAL ACT.
Certincate   of   Improvements
WOTTOH
May Minekai.  Claim,
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located: tn Camrl
camp on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKK NOTICK that I. .lolm P. McLeod,'
Kreo Miner's Certificate No. 1)80240, deling I
(ia agent for Robert 1). Kerr Free Miner's'
-l^fymftuAcate No. tmSXt), Philip B. S. Stanhope
free Mlncr'B Cerlillcate No. H5SW7 and
Jamoa C. Dale Free Minor's Corlifllate no.
h.V-MP, intend, sixty days from the il=>to hereof'
- to apply to the Mining 'Recorder for a Cerlillcate of Improvements, for tho purposo of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim.
And further take notice tint, action, under
section 37, must be commenced beforo the issuance of such Certlflcate of Improvements.
Dated this l'ist day of April, 11)01.
J. P. McLEOD.
BUSINESS  COLLEG
MINERAL ACT.
iE.
809 Second Ave.,   Spokane,  Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the W»%
is always 'jivm- where confidence is developed ; wkreM
RAPING is taught exactly as bonks are being kept in tows',
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is »t '«
best; where merit is the standard : where, the. training in Civil* Service, Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes uf
students, develops their powers and teach* them    howto l<
successful.    No argument js so eloquent as   the record
things well done.   .No mortgage can  corrupt,   no ihitf  -
Jrepk through and steal the knowledge of How to Do.   Whi
- or you by whal ii \att dorn i
others is it better to trust to luck?   Is it wise
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Buna Vista (FhactionalI Mineral Claim.
Sltuato in the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Ynle District.    Where   locatod:   Wellington camp.
TAKE NOTION that Wc, John Rogers
Free Miner's Certificate N'o. nStl'Vil, and
Korbcx M. Kerby Free Miner's Certificate
No. 1*63491. intend, sixty diiyn from
tho dato hore )t. toapply to tho Mining Iteeord-
er for a Cortiflcato ol Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt, of the
above claim,
And furthor tako notico that action, under
section :17. musl bc commenced before tho is-
nance ol uoh Certificate of improvements.
Dated this Uth day of May, Hurt.
PORBKS M. KKItllY.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that. (V) days from (he (into
hereof I intend to apply to the Chiof Commissioner of Lands und works for permission
Ui purchase the Kast J of Hec, 7, Township 51,
Osoyoos District.
Dated this 12th dny of December, ITO.
B. W, NKAVKH.
C. tloB, Uroon. Agont,
\
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you know whata school can do for you' by 'what it li
1 I.s it wiser I ^ncss.'
I'or detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSfNESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane VV:
Riverside
t_s
__________________     wrsetr
Grand Forks, Bi C.
HARTTN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A nne assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The sem-t of Bti.cesR in planting, is, kikht-h, sitiiit gnod stuck.
8ici:().\j,_.|0 plavjt as soon hh poBslbl'e after it ie tftig,
Treos obtained from oup nursery can bo planted at
Midway two days after thoy are dug,
Price list,  and full Information promptly  fiflvcn.

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