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L X«. No. 4.
■IDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27,  18M.
Itganrrra. Souonoi. Bit
Ohm.** wood. & C
NICHOLSON,
-: Notabt Public,
BAL ESTATB,
FINANCIAL AOBNT
and MINING BROKER.
, mcKimnct. ».C.
Copper and Gold.     ;The Mother Lode.
The SirnHkomeen district is noted for
Ks ledges of Copper-Gold ores.
Dr. R. Mathiaon,
 : DENTIST.
AN INTEBEST1MG DESCRIPTION
OF A BI6 ORE BODY.
A Mine that has Already Attracted much Attention.
Hallett & Shaw
ISTERS, SOLICITORS,
|A*irwi -Hiixirr.*
.*.,*>_.: Brtltoem lie V«U1'«, Xg-rtef _
■ NeaT*. Itettm's.
,»,»1D. B.C.
.nwood Assay Olee.
Quality and Price.
While W. T. Shatford & Co. are noted for the quality and
price of the roods sold bv them.    PROSPECTORS and! *
... In view of the added  importance
MINERS   operating   in the Similkameen and surrounding! that attache* to the Mother Lode mine
mining camps, would do well to outfit at one of our stores,i*xnm^ <jn*«P»« th**. de*
* ... . »•«_*•• • .' posit of ore to improve in value, the
where everything is kept that is needed in the mining business.; following article.
contributed two or
three month* since to the "B. ('. Min-
_______mm_^________e_____9^^K__1-tm----_---________________W__W-----M     in*  R-'cofri" hv Frederic Keffer.
money, and this more particularly  refers to prospectors going i,». &, resident manager of the British
Columbia Copper Company, Ltd., will
Instead of buying outside, buy right at home, and   so save
>ney, and this more particularly
into the district above referred to
"W. T. 8__-f*t-_o_-*l A Oa
VERNON.   FAIRVIEW.   CAMP  McKINNEY   axd  SLOCAN CITY.
$2.00 per Year.
not in a given ratio. Nevertheless,
the presence nf iron pyiites seems to
he a requisite foi gold, fnr simples of
ore consisting of solid copper pyrites
with no iron pyrites seldom have
much gold. For example, a sample
assaying 15 per cent, nipper h*,i $16
gold, while another , xceptionally rich
inassof chali-npyrite with no inin pyrites carried 28 per cent, topper, and
Imt *?1.30 g.,ld.
Preliminary Work.
"The first work done under the bond
consisted of surface cuts, made iu order
to locate outcrop as near as possible.
This done, a tunnel was run so as to
cro_w.ut the ore body a, a point aliout
850 feet fi>,m the southern end line of
Mother 1/>de and I't) fret below top of
hill directly ahove. This tunnel extended 42 feet in limestone .,nd 216 feet
in ore budy. From the centre of the
tunnel an incline winze «as sunk to a
depth of IW fret, or 'it) feet helow the
hilltop, and a further cross-cut ST feet
J.C.
lyer   arjd   Analytical
Chemist.
rmmmz.m.a.
f Pntenim Kjuaia«4 aad Rcportad oa.
*
SUTHERLAND,
.  . .   MIDWAY. RC
ITART   F.M.K-.
• rtrr-w* brokmi.
coaaimio* auf.m.
uwoi ntrtM retmi     Usees! Aet
Und Act fata* draws **\ UA- j
itakta.  Aktumcu aad*.
nmuoicadMM by matt m tahpkona
aptly altsndidu.
Hotel Spokane,
)XX3C^Seventh st ■nidway-
H. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
be read with interest:      __^^^_^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^™^
•The Mother Lode claim waa located • lon« Wi4S nln from iu f,X)t*
on May 38th, 1*1, aod U situated in ,    "Influx of water sioyped hand work
I Deadwood Camp, about SUJ feet above, at *H>** P°int.   The ore on the surface
; and three miles northwesterly from'over the tunnel was all of very low
[ Anaconda   and   Greenwood,   in   the grade, while that in the tunnel was
■ Boundary Creek district.    The sur- markedly better, and the ore in bot-
! rounding hilli are but thinly timbered, i torn of winze aud lower cross-cut was
' and tbe eopper*stained bluff or "blow- such ihat the most of it could he profit*
, out," almut the centre of the claim, can ! •'"•iy treated, these result.- showing de-
he see* from far away, so that the i«ded improvement in ore as depth was
prospectors had easy work in making i Altai ned.
! this location. Permanent O:\eiopnient.
i  "There was no work done ontheclaim)    ..-j-*^ ?K\\mi.Mty »-ork having heen
lieyond tbe necessary assessments, UB.: .lttt-ndwl hy ^ j ^-j*^ it WM de.
' til in 18B6, when  the  property  was
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
cided by the owners to open up the
mine on a scale commensurate with its
promise. In March, If)*, the interest*
of the individual owners were taken
over by anew organization, the Briiish
Columbia Copper Oompany, Limited,
of New York. The capital was placed
at Ul.'iU.ill.' in Jo shares, the principal
W DALRYMPLE
FAIRVIEW. B. C.
Iladt of tt.-»lrinc.   »erte*hosJni
A special],.
. KKITH.
r. r. kktchim
(E1TH & KtTCHUM,
AL ESTATE
AND
MINING BROKERS
in. Properties   Examined  and
Reported oa.
IREENWOOD t   : B.C.
baJI.A. a_.Ck.a-w_. A
GUESS BROS.
lists ud Assayers
ostkly  tamUor  «tU   Tatrxhw aad
Ow* Miami P**o-_rt__   Proper
id-  Asaan aai Aaalyam et Ores.
Kte.
9.m.mouun.
taell & MeMe,
Mines and
-■- Real Estate.
* and Camp McKinney.
« CBEKl HOTEL . . .
MOUTH Or ROCK CRKKK
'-Cua, Aooo_«oi»*T»i» roa Ounm.
GOOD STABLING
' 'W-Bgon Keith KtxetJB
pmereial Job Printing.
AT "THE ADVANCE."
Stoves,
Stoves,
Stoves,
Carload
Just Arrived.
Get our
Prices..
The Midway Trading Co., Ltd.
J. R. Jacobs, ilanager.
j bonded by Col. John Weir, represent
' ing himself and Messrs. F. L. Under-
; wood and James F. Tichenor, all of
; New York City.
'. "InSepteinberof that year systematic
| work was begun on the property under
: the due, tion of the writer, and it ha»
j been carried on uninterruptedly ever j stockholders being the original owners.
; since. Subsequently tbe owner* ai-; From the Jas. Cooper Manufacturing
quired the Primrose, Tenhrock and Company, 0f Montreal, the following
; Offspring claims, all adjoining tiie|p|.._* wai purchased and shipped to
i Mother Lode. ; the niioes, via Marcus, Wash.:   Two
| Geological aad Mineral Features. J t» horsepower boilers, with feed water
"In a way, the Mother I.nde ia repre*! h"*ter, fixmps. etc., one lWriH Inger-
sentative of most of the large gold-cop-! »U-Sergeant air rompressor, with com-
per ledges of Boundary Creek. The I fomneat of machine drills, hose, etc..
croppings are in places soft oxides of' st***'01* ■""■ minting puu.ps, and pump
iron from decomposition of ore bearing jfor vMvr 'UPP'-V- »n Edkou elettric
rook, and in others unaltered magnetic! *-•>' P1*""- a Lidgewood hoistii.g en-
iroo oxides very solid and coa*pact,|8in<?'3>iDct'drum'a ha f Iuileor mure
carrying copper pyrites and gold, such'0* P-P*8* and M cars' buckets, rails,
as the "blowout" mentioned ahove. | machine and hand tools, etc., which go
and in other instances the croppings I *° mitke UP » complete plant. The
are calcite with copper pyrites, iron :oU* weight
pyrites, more or leas quartzcse material, and also can ying gold. Tbe extent of the lode is surprisingly great, j wagons, but by the end of September
its length being some 1,100 feet to j the plant was set up, buildings erected
where it disappears under the heavy !»nd all ready to s' art. Since that time
drift, ..ud its width being as much as | the machinery has been ran without
3» feel. The foot wall is for the most \ interruption. A plat form for the shaft
part limestone and the hanging w»l| land shops was cut out of the hill, al out
an altered diabesic rock. Sometimes «*-*t above the flat beneath, wheie
there is a sharp deuiarkation lietween i the engine houses were built, and tbe
tbe lode and ita walls, but in other in* I shaft was started near the contact of
stance* the houndarv is obscure. The j the ore bod) and hanging wall. The
dip is easterly about 3D degrees from a j 'haft is a two compartment vertical
vertical line, and the trend of tbe lead I one, *■•«-'■* compartment being 4}x5 leet
in the clear, and it is timbered through-
total weight of this machinery was
' about So tons, and it was somewhat of
I a task to haul it tio miles to the mine in
jjiijjiMtnnMM—»—»———tm——y
Midway Meat Market -
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can (et choicest art* of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet
for dinner Unlay.
Call and get a good joint
is north and south, tbe croppings assuming a somewnat crescent shape.
Il would be asking too much of nature
to want all this vast lode to be pay ore,
but, as will be seen below, much of it
undoubtedly is so.
"The ores themselves (so far as foundi
may be classed into three general
groups: (1) A calcite carrying copper
pyrites and iron pyrites, these sul
, phides sometimes being massive and
: sometimes scattered*in small crystals
; throughout the rock. Some quartzite
is often present also, i'i) A silicate of
lime, iron, magnesia and alumina, car
rying both copper and iron pyrites,
massive or scattered, aud often also
carrying quartz, or garnets or serpentine, or often all three. Now and then
a small amount of zinc blende occurs
in this class of ore. (3) An excessively
hard magnetic oxide of iron, with
silica aud copper pyrites. Xot often
much iron pyrites.
STAND
 Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,   ETC
Mill!
out with lis I- sawed tiinliei>j. Une
side is used at present for hoisting and
the other for a ladderwav, and ilu lined
ladders are used, making the traveling in the shaft both j*,fe and easy.
The gallows rraiue is arrauged so as to
dump the ore automatically, thus saving labor. At about 130 feet deep the
ore l>e. aine of high enough grade lo
allow of i's U'ing economically treated,
and from this (Mint to the bottom the
ore coutinues good. A * ation was tut
out of tbe north side of the shaft on
the 200-foot level, iftxli) by 13 high, and
a somewhat stnalirr one on the south
side. All this work was in ore. At
tbe present time some till feet of drift
aud crosscut has beeu run ou the A*>
foot level, and a large body of ore
shown to exist. Its dimensions cannot
lie given closely, as the work has not
reached tbe limits of the ore body, but
euough bas been accomplished to show
lhat the ore body is of great extent,
AU the Leading: Masrazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway, B.O.
"All these ores carry gold, aud the "tt, ,,_i, „ „ _,u',,„ ;, •„ ".     ,.
,  ... . .   .     , and tbat as a whole it is oi betteruual-
calciuc and silicious varieties also cam*,..    .„»-_,, .,,.-,
, , ., " *   itv lhan that exisuug in tbeulu ST-foot
sma   amounts of silver—about one to    '       ... . _   ■■ ..,",      . .,.
_       . ,        onse-cat described above. .\ n auxiliary
two ounces.   There has recentlv lieen  ,   . ,. «__.__ u.   -^._,,   i
: ..    „ *    _.,   hoisting engine has recen'lv been pur-
found near the lime wall on ihe 300- •  .      , ZJr.x   _h^f,,_, „ ' .  ■
, .... , chased, and the shaft is now being ex-
foot evel ore with calcite and gangue , _ ,  .,,,, ...,., „ . .. , .,,.,
. ,    ,      ,,     r ,  tended to the JIAmooi level, while work
carrying galena and zinc blende, and  .  ,   . ,   ,        ,.    „..   . ,     ,
'.am  > is l*ing pushed on  the 3JiHo.it level,
assaying wel in silver, Imt its qnantny . . .,      .        „,	
7^'   e_ . ,   ,  .   .   .        ,       Uvconnect the winze and cross-cut with
is not sufficient to include it in a cass... t      ,„i;,j. u , , .u .
.     ..,,»- , the new works.   And it is hoped that
bv itself.    These varieties of ore of ...    ..     ..       ...   . • , .  ..
,,    ,.                   . by the time the rati way is completed to
course blend into one another more or ,       ,       ,, „,..,,     „-„,...„ ,„ •
.      ,     „          lioundarv (.reek the iinne will be in a
_S ^},U«5»'^clt",5«t»n *»ln ; posiuon io become a modest shipper of
will hold «ood.-        •   ftwnthe^ Thanllmbftpotmntothommo
wmposttion of the ores it shouldloot L ^ umler wav. alwut two miles of
be difficult to secure good amrtUng! ^      de havi|]' ^ a)BpIeM.'.
mixes from the products of the mines, |   _ .     .. ,
with little or do additions of foreign!   The {MowmS P«ra«raph. which was
fluxes.                                                i published   in  last  week's  Advance.
"Asa rule, when copper increases ia, gives the slate of development in the
the ore the goid also increases, though | iu.: i -:, fast _,
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Published   weekly   at  Midway.   B. C.
.- jj~.'.-i[)-.ion Price. |it« p>r j.ju.uni. payable
in advance, either yearly or bait-yearly at the
option of the nubscnl*-.
Advert Wag Kales sent oa application.
Though the column- of The _dva.xcc are
». > iy- open for the discussion of matters of
public interest ami importance, we do not nec-
j. j --aril;. ■:'.■'.• ;.-~u any jf the opinions expressed.
CorresiuadeucK ofa personal nature will not be
published.
cniMve proots nui mesn**,,n anu u<->
two deputies are guilty of a crime. I
know these fads from the records o)t
this office in my official connection
with the affair. Any further information will la* cheerfully given."
F. Newman, a fellow-prisoner of Ev
the i-pring.
Twelve men are employed in the Enterprise and Anchor, adjoining prop
erties, owned by P. D. Mann, of Montreal, and William Mackeniie. of Toronto. A 70-foot shaft w equipped
witb a horse whim.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 'B, 1800.
Keremeos Notes.
Prospecting for the season has no*
closed and ibe prospectors are going
into winter quarters, although so fat-
there is no sign of winter; flowers are
stil1 in bim• in on the bills and plou ing
is still going on it, the valley. There
will he ahout- twenty men working
in Ibe camp this winter either upon
thrir own ilnims or for others. Ai 20-
mile camp Alr.Kogns ba< some 10 ut IS
iran employed and there at etwostmey
outfits on the mountain engaged in
surveying claims.   I believe Mr. Hug
ers intends getting in machine,y ihi
#.ii »—
of
MINERAL ACT 18M.
erett,   in writing to Consul Dudley,'	
"*yg! '   Just received bv Hain ft Ca a full
"A posse escorted Everett arn*ss |jllp „f Gents* Cnderwear, in C alitor-
the line. When thev were witnin IS nian flannel, natural wool and fleece-
miles nf British Ooiumbia ihev were lined wool, the last-named to both
-.-„ . v     ,„ «        u    u'a ..... : mixed and all wool.   Also Sock* in all
overtaken by an officer who bad  two . gn^ inelnA.nt MSiim,   wnoL ^fe.
olher men with  htm.   He was armed , „,e*-c Am| aj| W110|.   A good  range
with a writ of hulejvs co. pus, w hirh >.r *M>asonahie goods.
served on  the ki.li.«p|*er«, demanding
them to bring  Ewrril into court at 4
o'clock   that  afternoon.   The enmity) 	
sheriffgt'itinKjipp.i>ei'it'it.d.'piKized;Certificate of  Improvements.
ttix men. armed wi'b Winchester rifle*,
and started them in pursuit, and instead of obeying Ihe mil, Ihey threat*
' ened to kill the "flici r fur «ertinglh<'
writ. The,, ibey procetdrd to Nelsnn,
Wash., wheieibey were met hy Din-
more, the Canadian nftini '
j Consul Dud'ey says it' ih"information
* correct Breret l  hat a i*. '-d
New Store on Seventh StreetV
Is now neariy completed and     *
shortly be opened \itSd"i;i
assorted stock of **
ding a nne
LINE IN NEWEST
The Bootiucc tsn Hum .mm   mixaaat
l A.i.US.
Situate in Uk Osojoua Mlatof WvWoa of
Tale district. Wbire l,*cain*l:- la
Camp Fairview.
that 1_. Joka A
CROWELL'S
CROWOi,
HOTEL
TAKKVOTWE. 
,*.«•■■■.*   for  II.   T   *$ktl*-*a.
ers imenas eettine   n mi in,,,,,- ,k;    :„   .       . _        .    v. j *       ■    ** •1«e•■,   tor '
f ll  i ""'"a  '" mmnineij   this | is correct hv-reli   h„-a i:<,.*d csae f,.r 'rourer free mimr* ,
Mil. hut   the   much    needed  road t„ I damages against the C.i-ad,an 0,,vern-1 i2& jJVL£''' *V
Princeton no, having l*en completed   ment »!_S_M
is a very great inconvenience lo everv- a t'rn»»i*r»n» „( ;tr ,
is a very great inconvenience lo every-
I. dy. It is now time the days of
freighting and packing should lie
things ,.f the past.
The Keremeos Mining Syndicate  i;, |
pushing ahead witb iheir  work,  with j
Mr. W.  C. McDotiKall   as  foreman. |
Toe Company have, at tneir own   ex*
|«-tise, built some three or four mile?
uf trail on tbe head  waters of Keremeos   Creek   making tbe K-m.-n u,
ramp accessible in winter.   The magnificent surface showings of lbe Bullion claim,   lately  putrhased, has induced   this company   lo lap ibe
some900 .feet Mow.   To do  tbis an
800-foot tunnel is to he driven into the
mountain and work ha.* already l*egun.
The Bullion is situated just opposite
the mouth of Olalla Cieek where it
joins Keremeos Creek.    The Alessis.
Mt-Eiiran Bros, wbo bave so pluckily
stayed   wiih    Ihe   tunnel   on   tbeir j
claim, tbe Golcouda. bave  Ihis week
It was alleged that Everett, wboee
full name is Martin Everett Sutherland, held up a stage ne ir H: ind Kork"
and escaped over the line with a
man suppose to be Faust, wanted in
Idaho for a similar jj-i. >-. In making their escape they tired severalshots
at Mr. R. Gardom. who wa- then constable at Midway. Ttmy finally succeeded iu getting nvi-r Ihe line to Republic. Here Ev-rKt was arrested,
taken to the line and handed nver lo
Constable Dinsmon*. of (irand  Forks,
.without the pr>per  hearing on the
or*- i
southern side of the bouudary line.
Monlrcth
_   .. af  V«_-
ratifrate No. aSBR, in-
froo Ihe date   hereof,   to
WworJ-rfcr a CertMste
Ike ptxrwm et nklelatm
  ahove mbm
And farther Uke notice that artto— -mder
fectioa St. muu  Ix ,wnn_o«d   befar* ta*
iwaaaaai - nn, t enrfeateof Ihi-kv-• _eau.
i ■ .ted th,* Uth *Uy of .Voreaifcer. IHI
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby crna that thirty im
after dale I nueni tn anir lo the CUr!
Oommi._oncr of Iju_a and Wort-. Ue per.
n.j-«K>o to tmrrhate SO ane. ot land a* fol ,
I V»*n»—eotamrotiag at a pov*  phuled on the I
yHIS is a new building hard
furnished in first dass style.   The
is supplied with the best <-„ the nurkcL  T^
coimeaknisrun bjr  Messrs. FRAXCIS*]
laie of Cascade Cky, and has a choice sica ,
Liquors and Cigars.    ;   :   *   -
jn^K-AiKnm-tKMir al a fn"   ptenied on lhe, i ,« ~—
xrxjbai.   tbeoce   Xortk   tl rh_iw. il>,i_i- vl *~"SiacU0n !
The Mother Lode.
iContinued from pa«e Ij
Mother Lode mine up to a week or so
ago:
Tbe main shaft of the Mother lade
—. —^   ,ulJ ,%cvll. mine, iu Deadwood ramp, is now down
-."■ek a splendid U*dy of high ,rad,.|30O feet and is all in „re estimated to
mpper sulphurets   over   tneulv feet j average in ralm-at least tlSto tile too.
across.        ______mmm_____________Wi
It is reported that Mr. Stephen Man-
gof hns shown np a fine Imdy of me on
I be Koad Side. So little work bas heen
done as yet upon these great surface
showings that all we know is this ; in
almost every instance the more work
done the better tbey look. >*ext spring
there will undoubtedly le a lot of individual work spent on the ramp in this]
district, nor have I the slightest!
doubt as to tbe result. '
Tbe
After sinking a few feet deeper for a
sump a station will   I* cut out  tnr
 .ierervt Xo. t a KTiaefca-
xxaybax. tbeoce Xortk W chain*, tbeare 91
chains VftmS. asm ot bat ta tbe 3imCit*m«er,
l:h tr thenee down the Simli kanwen Kiver to
tbe f»>in: of conmienwtaeni aod coeuuainK 39
tixetf mote at le*.
Tbe nM taad Mag reqairr*! fora ranee aad
jurncoitoral pur-men
Dated thb aiaetk day ot Xerraiher. I*».
MINERAL ACT. 1896.     %
Certificate   of  Improvements, iprinegtoa 2« mUes.
SIMILKAMEEN
———_———■■—_■mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm— ■__—____r
Tne JltJWi l.um Mm *lu  i him.
Silaala ln the Katlla -tier llnlnc D.v... r. o
Tal*  B_u-.-t.  When located:- la !>kr
lark Caiap. lying southerly of aad ad-
Joinlnff tbe Skjtark mineral claim.
TAKK XOTIt K thtt I. Sektaa J«*ph La
1   _n,    t'rrr., OM—     "
PtlTflew
I
30 miles. J
— —. .«™ i     i*Jant» free Bilner e»rtiilo»t« So. BS1«, f-^-
then drifting at the 300 foot level will ni)«if»nda» a««nt f^r It U  Kot«». free
j     —t          .l  i   ..    . .l miner cmifieate Ma. IxBla. iattar* MeNicqt.
be commenced.   Tbe north drill at the tree miner certitttateXo. I«i». aad W „i_ir
aXMboi level is now 510 feet from tbe ^*5,_lJ35jS'/r?."*'*'■ n^s
shaft iu a big hody of ore that will run
about $18. For the last 130 feet this
drift has heen all in ore of good grade.
An upraise will shortly he started at
490 feet in to ennnect this level with
tbe old workit'irs above. As the winze
from the old crosscut tunnel is do*i>
ownsite people an* preparing to | ™'*v, l^fee} ,hereis sli" " dL"Um'e of
.^u. *...« uiuicr cerJiIkjvte It*
aSi'l. mtrfxl..ii;y ilij.-fn™ ihe dale tern-"!.
til mpt'ly lo the Mir-iag litrrxater tor a Certii
[rale of I:a*-r,i< -t,'«l». tat the tarpnw et otr
I tainitw a Craws Cmst oi the above .turn.
Aod farther take notice that action, under
*e>-tU>a 37.' most be raoinK-h.-ni belbri* ihe
I.VIHSU .A.oct, CettUkaieof baprefi »u.
Dated tbii Ith day of Koiember. IS»
accommodate the public next season
tiiete will by then l>e h good hotel and
stable teady, aod a store or two and
bbu'ksmii h's shop are now heing buill.
Theip is no reason why Keremeos
should not become Ihe mining centre
of the Similkameen naturally it is so
already, and with a little energy it can
be made to lieconie so commercially.
Martin Everett Claims He Was Kid-,
napped.
Colonel Dudiey.Aoierican Consul for
British Columbia, stationed at Vancouver, has taken up Martin Everett's
claim of kidnapping.
Col. Dudley has given to tbe press
the following correspondence in the
ease:
The firs' letter is from Ju'lge Je«-pph.
of Republic, and is as follows;
"On Ai'ril 7 Everett
HO feet to be holed through to make
the intended connection hetweea the
old and new workings.
Kfc.'erceot 15 miles.
»5 Mile Creek.
J Stafcb and Store in b
X_UliOX JOBEJ'H U t-AST
NOTICE.
niNIN'Q NOTES.
SICAUED TF.XHElts will be reeeiTed hv the
Hoo- tbe t'kief l'«Bm_»ioaer at l»n.i-
,,.., Wort, nty ta nui* of KK'tttoentay, Ikh
The Riverside Hotel,
I* -litiMted al Rock Onak, H.V., on   lhe
between Peolirtcm -v»d all R»ur,da,y I'reek foil'.  *
piarr fur •*««**»
1 Good*?***-h*P- •> Good Hunting-:- Besloi
ifAcccri«dat|
XnvetnDer. for the poirhaee of Iai «'ll.,rr.«p ,.
tkmyorn tkx ...on at Vale Uhttie*. eoMaiatat
f* acres, more or Iml
Karh t«nder most be aeanmaaaied hjr a certified bank cheque, taade patakh la the order ol
Ihe ooder*>KMd. eqaal to the anoaat ot pm-
chase rooRe*- tendered, aad »l«> ty tetaaata
r.-t.-i ctM-^ue*. for |IH) aad *.& ta mat
the m, ,.f improieineaK which bar* h»r«
matt ni •nerjxtd rittmamtt at tte taad.
Their i-hn^aea wul be rrtancd la aaeawm
f'li cooiprtiiom.
Depnir , .anmi«ooer of Laada k \Totta.
laxnA. and \Taeka Deaaw—at.
Vicuria, 8. ('_ Old,Moher. IW.
Messrs. Patterson Bros, are pushing
development work on the Gulden
Eleanor claim retently loeated n.-ar
Midway.
i!ix men are employed on the Mountain View,  Summit  camp, adjoining
the B.C.   Tbe pw-erty wa* recently | ni    T    I.f      IT.,-*
londedioMr. John Dorsey for  835--, Ql, JjUKo S   HOIIlU...
000 on a 80- day option. ^^^^i^■^■^»^,l,,l,
At the On, Denern.in Summit, camp
across-cut from the 311)foot l^v^l has
l*een extended 170 feet. For 70 feet of
this distance it runs alongside an ore
body. This working will bv continued
to lbe surface
Medlcal,Sorgk»l andMidwiferycasea
received.   Terma:-  p^.^   r^
-Jlop-r  week;   Btab m Wmda, th)
per w«*e_.
. °«* 'be side of a bill
.   .     L      , w*" taken int.. i vhn*1^ «'Iwaygradr« recenllr on-
custody hy the sheriff of thi*. count v  l-orer^ • •** Mae.
ZtiJ.    I   xW "'""""g'be sheriff *'cnred tb* f»«*«ct for erects the      in       ..     .
staned to the boundary li„e wi,h Ever-1«« ■*»   He has  hi ,WnTm Jovei { 4W,hc"*»* ^ he made by
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
OPKNMEi-fR St., Vancouvia
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTINd
Paper Hanging, Gf Bwhy mi Sjy Pawling. Um
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed
E. Nash S Co., Midway and Greenwood
Xarse* «ent into lbe country At the
ett. wh.twaat.iniedoraetoCo.^aMjThea   V.  Com,MI,v
I ll n£l>io.p_ r-_t     fx _ w       m* I   ■ *
bas orderrd
SfeTBR FBAXCRS.
!To Enjoy life...
•
Live in Midway where
|--,iiy of  nmtii  f,v
I
Dmsmore   „f Grand Forks.    A, 3,» large number of ore _^ fiL w„„
a* m, on the 8 h a writ of habeas ej ^al at iu ow„ ^      "* **
pus was ordered  by myself, u,e „,„,. j
-Maerrrdon the sheriff aiam, aitd   ,. ,*' J^""*• b"'*»«'>*ieWerec.ed
i wo men were sent to serve -, copv of*     ?*_"?** '""^   Whh the
»be same on  the oVptnies »b,. we-e'Tr ** ". .""' ""** "'"""* *h,ft »"
Uking ,he prisimer north.   The,!,^' t      '      _" ' ~
was .Mirered as ,b, p,rtv a^ £g. \ "^ ™ ' "'•
faslimtathalf w„T hetw^n W. a  "m,l»r-N«*r. „  f.
Ibe lin¥. y "^ ^ »««i "'ine will f* ,IJ.
••IhavHl„,rn*l.h»ln.*w1.^an,
ever teu^ n,axn" th. wjw,„r, „,„„ j
*a___ss_SKds: *r* ^««Wslw,iJR.
«.*«.«- ,1,., i.-."t^_!'r."°-'"",""^'**"'p- *v..i.|jf^s send ®m
•   1 the in-taliaiU-n I
i'i« a forty d, in I
'lulaled that thr
\ ■■••'•■ie   •■ M.,p4<» V)Da p^l	
•lay.    A^ut a»mi»era -ill h. w„   'rw tmttheriafw^ota.,»,,u>
w.sip!»>-l.   „re ,,.„„* hive already»«._ ' ^^
m
^.^^^^me- ••■* rect eai ion,
lev-i around km out door aporta.
*_■ • -1 nmds for liding. rtriving
and cycling, at|d at iberiver tnti
ing in muuoh and
winter.
The Cellar.
skating
in
**ks. dartaa- Hom. aad - t |
aa* aueatioa bow. ao«««a_» i«k
«»• h the .«_a»niB_m_, j. dar to
•»<* at <l»-t»f-j-c__u. Iir oa tke mte
CltKOUN,ww.
t-dtBUm is a prompt. rcikiUa aad
ia* ikO-teelan- h j. .„, pofc-.,^
«*d that horn of themisomwhy ith
**• «Kfc .lemamt. I*rwth thraask car-
M>'a^h,btqttent.
opened up.  Thr rein
at tbe mrii.n- levels average* from fuur
pay a sum of money.   I am als., in p^,     _
•essionnf positiveinformalion bylett«.rf lnftve'",t in width.
bZ ^•,V,7erGrral Martin' "' '" ^ *" '""' b"' *»"- « hiKh
B.-,toh Columhm, Md ,., a„ ^ „ r<hre - h«Kh
made to m. hy Sheriff VVaisman offcranidr „__._,„ 1   1   ^^   @|
'.'>n the ''&/&.
this county hiroseif. that  bf
i.n.   Tl
   ZQ-fi
l________________________M.
Ittmwahtmtlig Cra:r
m
m
SEND
The Advance H
r.   -***.
In addf ton tn iu me ea a feaera] die-
tefcctaal. OUtOWt b an agrteaUe
d««la-TKr f,jr : ho mt*.k roaai, *n elks ti ve
bone i* »-"iir f * t>an». cfllK aiA other
hurt*: ami • twrfni •pphmiina in trtat-
int -'trr. tAemtshe*ami paranuu'l,
,.f «UIUU,'».
iJC ore"
To Your Frieads,
** *»«!* ■«'«-. -nd i£e**7n\MtSl Smk^" »*»«
ho mi.^x ._* _,-. .       yXzAj'r. at t. far iii,
•ti,,.
r* z.
n__ Zttitt"   •Ul"' e"''<"»" nasi
Thrte Ubie sytmotath ot nt»}l_>
mixed rfthaaailoa of nater
fr** dWafcctaat.
MILLER BROS.
DRUGGISTS and JEWELERS
■-.REEJfWOOD, B.C.
Spokane Falls
j JcNorti
Neboo & Fort Sfcf
-.AXD-r
Red Mountain Ra
The  only all-rail re*'
out change of care. W*
Spokane,   Rossla«-
and Nelson. ■ •
wjiatts
.    Tram leavme  "»«« *
I nwhe* thr*- ctmoet&o*
with trains for all
DAIIV
OOIX.1 Iti.KTTL
13.41 a. «.
Paeifif
Hnae cnnneCtt"",
ateaiuboaia for K *-*■'
I.tkr points.
Passenger* f'r '
Bimndary Creek n
with stagrtUliv.
«._n~J>
--J v<
tinv lo»st*-
i^coiiimereUl*"1-
-" -.hie is one of th"*
" . tt &»   Wk"
*    rf the Nicaragua
Zi suw» *m T
!_ the P**»ic 6b*".
.'"rwav under An»en»a
,e_brAmefio,n*,w
ri:!i*uhv^«y;
1 uipes*   And it will
^krtaian Renew.
As Ye» Oo Through Life.
IVi.'i kw» f*- lh,; i,''*,, ** you
through life,
And even if you should lind the.... |
Hiswiseaiid  kind  to  l*  eodiewbal
blind
And look f»r the »iit,w behind ihei,,.
Fo, .he cloudiest uight Ims * hint of
^Th-hi ; A Picturesque Townsite Affording
Somewhen* io iu shadow hiding.!    Special  Inducements for
! "MIDWAY THS iEAOTffBL"
A brief History of Midway aod
i SiifflHafy of iis AfoiUgn.
een the chi-f:
f^fcgSS®
Business and Residence
Purposes,
ll <!*•
e Rate War.
Uht  Us. year thai lbe
B,« th. Great   Northern
. fii.bt .Kit from the
tbe txxt-t. and it > a
. ,, , ,.,i.,ders itself
L.uJ'ibe **r Ibat other
iia rhe «*bt ,b*1 ****
„_ wiih the ewrtheni ■*»
;„_ectiwttbe«emti*y «*f
.„ p»ri8c..Mnrtof   th-
i, ••„. tratucootiiieotiU line.
-.-uver d,vuht *<*? njUC0 U
^nl^tixedup-   Apron**
^ of the (ires*  Xortbern
- ,,tlier lines lb"-* 'a*1
•h- lire*1 Northern into
,„«e a contract, oo their
t7b* other band the rW-
rifc declare*  that iasimc-
, fc,j-d<*naMer» are to meet
^j,. no matter bow  low it
~T*i>» rate war has bee" g«*
-co    years.'Mid « P«>**''-
_ - and w»w it must stop <*
T a «10 rate to Chir*_" fww
,0,1 «*b«- western   rill**."
huv« "WotM."
SOine»nen-  „•   .w   .	
life- l-rtte. Iy far to bu.,1 for • *tarj
Than for spots on the sun  abiding.
Tlie current rf life runs erer away j
To,he U**-»iu of God's K»eal ocean..    It is very  pneHdly
Don'l tel your fat*'gainst the river's  Midway is the best natur    -
course, town in the Boundary di-r
And think l" alter its motion; j formerly known as Kholt'*. aft«
Dkm't waste a curse on  the universe, jo-i-nnal  pre-emptor of th- lu,
Remember   it   ltv*.*d   before   you.  was purchased from Mr. L Kh
Dun*! butt at tbe mo.hi  witb your l*«> by t apt. R. C. Ad     -
1 i_ t     o    rk    ..-,»    __,*_.*._._,-       *       _.
rr„,,
,ent.
,.,
ibai
Mxt
. :
K*gi
-*rar
be!
"".
,   .--
l-,e
. !'•»,.
,   A>
li ,.:
Alh- !-
a ".ineral Empire.
.    j of Okanogan has more
{.Mi *^j^re miles of tertitorj
• inch *» ,i,iwral bearing, wilh
Eur, confer, lend and many
ev5»<US and il wl ui luinel ais    At
puny form, _—mmm__mm______m_^^__
But bend -wwI let it go o'er yon.
The world will never adj,i«t itself
Tbtait your wbi'usto the U-t'er;
8ume things  mu*'. go   wrong  your
whole life long,
Aod   tbe  wi.ii.er you know it tbe
heller;
it is folly to light wiU, ih- Ij,finite
And go under at last in Ibe wrestl**;
Tbe wise man shapes into God's good
plan.
As tbe water shapes inloa vessel.
ttuu Wheelek Wilcox.
 *■*. ,
Should be Killed on tbe Spot.
A down east editor  haa drawn  up
sou*   game   laws   which    he    want*
adopted.   The following is a-.imni.ar;.:
•■B-mk agents may I* killed fr__ (,
luherl lo Septemher 1; spring poel*.
from Mat. h 1 to Jm,** 1;  s-andalmon
gen*;  from At'ril 1   to    Frbruary   1
umbrella Utrrxwer*. fnun   Angus'   1
IO  Hoxetohmt   1, and February I to
May I. while every man wbo accept* *
newspaper two years, and upon being
pn*seoted with a  Nil, says *I   never
ordered it.' may l*e killed «*o the spot
without reserve nr relief."
i lhe B
.. Th.
ite Mi
a  Mr.
in ;h»
The Oold Output.
Lord   Htltin.l'it!.
nf
^ ^^^^ hrn.se -if «'lyn- Mi   ' k '
ctiime lha whole norUsert   ^y-^. l».fo(-- theln-iii
the l<inkitik
>.. in a "vcen1
■fa -A Backer*.
be rutmtry is, one mtgui
..uiiiig   camp.    I'l.i.M...
--,. Uk.. i'aliurr Mountain.
,,"• «l.-l i.*-k...,il.t\ u.|4U .   ;.
,. i.Jrs.lb"j, Ji at'sti>vr. , |
- ' exrl, u.at xvto'l', whet* 1.  i*
• n-tdera toil     that   ihere'
no Way    to   any      1
%.    Ittt ♦*I**tjW, tbttt   ^t    tbrse f
>,',iai his l*eeu iott-r-
, ..llou.ia. HtWtMM. "XMHh
VUCOMM,   lux,.,.)..   I idi  i...
it j-t M,ii". rejki aud
.   il.trly has this  t**L*i,,
the   Palmer   Uetonttio
■■■'. lhe   grt'.J
j..- r . .,   1 M    H    tm lim-
I of miofog s.arted  from
-n Jouu  li ui ioiereate^i
and   (j.oeiuur    Luce   of
itad 1). M. Uiiitiibeiier and
• rini _s»ig ot o|«,kaur and star-
ulK   uiilrrtakllli  of   tm
•aid tbat the in<r-a** i„ lb- Tr.i ^, -.
tr-tW ou'p'it for ibeyear-ikiii x A;. -
lis* .Cfc'«i!,'**d iit.'re tban jC ,."•'.',•'
II*- nid be ■• ::• rtdlhe «> r,d's p.-,«iiic-
tWwdortowthepreerm yenr would he
n*-»rly tw-tt a-* great s. it was t**i,
ye.r*. nz ■. K* f-irijiit I" the enormous
| .- n '    ..    f    i ti-lds nf the
w.r  1  ■     • .  '   1* . Up  i^MltMt. he
'i-on-rratirit.-d   the   kudbses  lhat  the
X'—..-...--,.,  1.,,,, ,J,n  ,w^r,ii;
treal.  P.  Q.. and
The original town-ite w..;,   • •
ISH by Messrs. Kirk i
vincial Und survey, r*. •
land.   Tlie town wa» nam«l _,«a
Ciiy, Imt as another place nui a!
been   siiitilariy   named   i   n««
j hail t„ l*e found for ihi* I
'■ 8 -traliori   iv.u'd   '*■  --    . • :.
jAdam*. evon'mlly  d^*  i   :   ,-.
name ,,f Midway for lb*
j the town is situate aAaoq
1 British Col,imbii l«-tw^-
' Mountains and th^ P I   '
; first Townsite Agent wa*.
; H. P. Paln^rston and th*
' tols was made in   l-'c
IX. iglas. wh**. still restde-
A Picturesque Townsite.
Midway certainly   is a  xi -'.   .
,-";ae and r*e<utifui site   for  a ton
0-ropying a Imnad, level pUin at the
c.rfluence of   Boundary t   eek
Ke tie River and a' tht-    --     .' .
! of ihree valleys,  with th** in -
I mounlain* ri-ing  sround   if.    '
iiiand*; general  adtnlr, .        B .       -
advantJigi-s thatatu^h       --   .
I favoral*le location are r
' for, lying  in  the only
through ih** mounlains _
\ fm a king distance, it at;
i to tectwe an important
chief highway  throogh
U-,e foeet  three   m..ii
ahith come  in   from   •
cruntrv sad Oaa p McK
guodlb   ngandslmalHM
i   the  win*er  the  skating   aad
. I - M   .     i   a* to iir unnval* j
■ - ---•;    I - district.
- by lbe town land i« at u •■ ■'-.■■
«-,al    d^f-r.~*i t i\ ii ent
,.f sbft**. are ab*-j*dv  tti Citki.a-
|  •. :'-.   ■': rai *  z ■   I h.wii.w
'..   »*.i.*t
k    Th,^. -__|] hoidine- can l>-
■H'.il
•35 ■--'.
«* f-t
-tt'-r.
.....,'. -Ty-Zip.
■: payment    Zztty
Z h-r alrejidy tvnresenteii iw al*TKit -'- y£,
Altu«ether Midway i- worthy *-• K
--n'lon of th,«e seeking* ZC-iVi
- -j, i^>r !'usin—«s or residen e fe. 3fi
---   ihiUt to im«i,Jt< i; ofters '*"" r-
ai indamseo -.  I".  prices Mng '.-. 3B
x i  ,1   n- t,*wn having a Night 5| &
.-ing future bpf, re it. '   *..
We
Print
On good paper,
and in the most
approved style
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
a_
BLANK FORMS
of any kind
BILL OF SALE
PUBLIC OFFICES.
IFF1CB-
.- ,W_3)p.   ffi>3
a---'
U-.
,-fsand Friday!
•» 'tt forms for Mineral Claims
SURVEYORS'
affidavit forms fcr field
notes, etc. etc
if
■'ZZ '•"•'
ttzA
V1-**T
£XM
,,_.'! a h^p --'-• |1| A Trial Order SoUci^
OUS OFFICE- Ae. .-.-.  address:—
"      O,    tO   I p HI ' ir-r-r.
liP
or~t, the ,!..      -'
[ndt—B i' •-
!h**eiten-:vearea
,-j.utttr'- '     •
(.'reek dis '    ' -' ' -
north,   li--'-.' * -
l-e lb** teriiiiuUA-o-i
WVetern railway tv
tt U*^, a   it sow  - ■ -. ^   JKe Advance,
HIVING BEl ORDEBU 0FFI( E—     zy. zz: '
Ofl  -:     - • '--'        ■ &m MIDWAY, a C
\. i'-   -'-' t ' the  -^.'^-'"?->-"^S-5'->i'!-cl5^>*'J2:
YVLE- ;§^llfe*§*$i@M?S?S
•■.-,,..;   .ij.lge.l
NV     ij M.Mv
^1
wil
coCF.r i
OM MISSION-
^is of
mate
lhat srrtt.'ti.
 rt.	
Neariy Half a Million MUes of Rail
way.
Fn-ni a siimitury i:iven by "Entfin
eerinu" it appears tbat th*-1, ngth of
railway liu-in opptathm in Eunpeat
tl.eil -a-ot \s>~. w.s estimated at I'M.*
S'v'.. u,i',.-. a- ,-•-.:.: ,:xd with ItOJM*«
mile- i* tb- ,-j m •' 1<K. The length
,,f line in operation in Noitha:id!*««ith
warn- m mr x   . ■ ■*
ia the  i
A,.d when     " :
cone it. i' will be he*
,i->ion-r
nithit,
k.tiiJiiv  ""ur'****B*"^^^^^^HK'lot line .** »*^.***-  ________9___9____m
PalmerMatmlhtmtifmtoet   -.n^ricaat the dusaof l8B'*S2gj
tiufret depth, and in »->d»it>»£ -w llliit^ ^ omipared w.th _i- O.:
" -i    _.-_,u_-eofUM*   The
nines a* to* ' ''"^ .
ofl„,ei.,..{,era'.,nm A> * at lher,*-**e
ofimem Stm «flea.«ae«_paKd
wfthilSOimile-at  lhe cbwe »« lS«i
Sp«*ane   v
fr. to ib* C
can Ok
t-in-j iM
trill jimdi
-,dv*.tl!H. "
vat-rant 'be  n
:trad-    »"'■    P"1
td ip ed tbe   -
i1
fVl !\L CL>
:E-
je   i^,por'J,
rrefore  -r
.a pr
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
i        	
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The imperial liuKed"
 I      the'fustest train between the
M D. C M.Cir^ner
mi Forks ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
Jjdwayi  Chief
,-• Y tie witb
j   (jjtv   D J [I'.-nti'*-**.
• F :,.; I a Kwtmwe.
,v g-" Gomotofham,
McKie-nev. fluxr, Winter
r«. J R Brown.
T f.iRiiNKK-
lut_ the (treatest tre*M>re vault in
ute uf W*asbittgU>(i, if not iu the
cf*:i9cw>rtii»***it.-Butte*'W".-
(i M ...,,*{ Wo, Id."
fThe Worlds 1899 Wlwtt Crop.
The
tjm
length
,,th
of lim* ia Africa at the
tM, jii-ror1!
»red w
^t UM
total
16,79
■
! Vm 111
id th
il a
Excels in Sp<>^*
areful .-...npilation of vari.wi- e*   1 -iti.   Tlie length <* b
itei of tite w rids wheal crop f«rAt the .-'*-** "•    "''
giiea a result- of approximate';,   m cttu *r»-*l  *
i,,«iutM0Imsheb,and »» wmptan- cbjse of I**1   "f*
1 tne previous yew the shortage is oprratio- Arougbort th.-
e,iat from __,«»,««to 3»UM».t»»»'  '      ~"**w^ *<*<««"
Broumhall places tbe total
i at ira«,iJt)0,0«) tiiisheU, made np
nr-   Europe, 1,410.W,<M) hish-
\>: Auwrka. 729,1)00,00)bushel*: A-dn,
1 0  KB bu&bels; Afrwsi  SkfiXlfO
-.-•:  Attrtralasw. «,0W.«W> bna_
Um  total  being compan?d  with!
1' ui.iiO i-usheb last year and 2.- .f
Tiiiii bttsheis in 1^7.   Be«rt»hm,|   T       :k' \.".XVt
1 the other hand, indicates »rr*.i|> ":  "Syren.     .  •
JHWIMLOO) tajshels, while the three, selves tlvat tbe j k.
er recognbtd Bnropean autbofiUee BritU* ships a'-pr*
very close together, and in cow merchant tonnage
iiing their estimates Bradstreet's ar   » [here*
•s ai the conclusion tbat two and j,  u '^
f billion bushels h within the reach  th** uw
f the market. It Utobe reii,eiiiur>*.l. "*ber n»
owever.tbat the reserves held oeerjotber tb"- ^
1ISQS are larger than at»n> tmte nnlj Ij
-    - the years of di pn*tB*i'*n in l*4-l t— ■        (i
I**!. Btvmmball makes visible and In-'
viable supplies '_».0U0.flf» baaWa
Pwite' than last year, which takes the
. edge off the price situation soniewh.it
I Still there is yet a *ood margin between the de-creased crop and increased
in Au-tralasia
H..*<>! teSho,
1 miles at tbe
rtb of line in
orldat tbe
u-   L-,7ti"i>>
A DisJlributinj Centre
1 *' country, it
ins   snips 'f & .it.d-.ry
upper  n,*,n   K-
numetxnis tributaries,
r. :\nd those in N•••rth-
-   ;:h to Republic in
I -  ith-wesl thi
j   h iv- Kettle Kiver
Hy  dioaied fat
'- rrs.    it
■   -.-   t-i : ■        ■ -  '    :   -
riaft
for a wide area
*mm* ot 'be Hiir
f n-ek. i'n me ■■•
Ktver and ils
t'.jn M Kiai ■
-„: W   -       -
fr   i .**
MrV-P-   C   PI*
ti ntbrt.   }i ;
|and.  as    "
InulBub.
_• Div si m*.
RE  HTRY OF MARRIAGES-
W11   G MrMynn, RegBtnar.
Pl'Bl.K 8GH00L-
A A M, PhaO, T-j,. her.
BOCNDARY    CREEK    LICENCE
.    j- M i'.v       ind T W O-M^^^^^
i.  -  ceCommiss»oer_ rnvvp,Ti*.*f* ct-iupo
D J barrangh. Chief Licence in- CONNECTI.SG STEAMER
a*.   All Pr"vinrtvl Constables
EASTBOUXD
Leaves sicamous      at     2:35,
WESTBOUND
Leaves Sicamous ...at    23:26.
jp.*ctoi-.  jaa i   __ Leaves Pentkton Tuesdays. Thursdavs
are Licence   Inspectors.     Recnhr:
    n-tsof  Board on Jtme 15 and I and Saturdays at , a. m.
D    ^^«*^_rheBeT,er Arrives at Penticton Mondars. Wed*
caln*d hy thief  l:is;*ctor. '
nesdays and fridays at 1731
NO
th- Aiiriraa
rrvdlie-l   wilh
.va with .v»*
,1^ with !•<>.•
ihe „"
-t*> *t 1
rABlBS Pl'RLH-
p r e< M Kert.y. W„,
u-   ii    SorrK Jf*
r H   Benm'-tn.   ■*
,\\>*t Brideel*
G HeMyna,
Sutherland,
S   Hirris=>n
•h-
■•
t   :h"
Company
• xeiu ir.
vicini'y bj
its fav"-. *
the   Infloe
.   rerfalc
.in   Pacific
-iedi' >a    '
xmn  and   iu
■ tl adva
Accelerated service into the
Kootenay Mining District.
Through tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
the
>wne,    _^^^^^
c-untnes of t
utotber phase
sari
with
:.,   ,,-j
1'idthe ji>n<>
['ways.
own Midway
'i
-
es   fro,,.
I -.   hi   that  B
g      ...  the "
■
four. Th-     - '
i,*<K tons. ••'
',hii.i-*<--~t
I (It) ;,,ns gW8
,.j .   with  her
,,,y hJIS  33 ve-
The Caited
I  with
: and -he h'<*
in„|bv France
«av's greatest
[,, ^-e.1 Great:d<ffr
f her competb"
j i ry C^^^^^^^
ro   in  the dism '
1 to enjoy similar sd*an-
health' point   of vie*.
No
h-n
t.tk'es   irom «   —i—__^
Wilh a dry braeing atmosphere, an
attendant supply of pure water, favor
<ble «.miiatv co —•!._ .k
■a-m-e ot
room for oul-door
For full information asto Ume. rates
etc.aUofor c-opies of Canadian
Pacific Ry.. pu     stions apply to
S. L. SMITH.
Agent. Penticton.
or to
E. J
iiitions, an entiie »h
..-agious   disease,  ampl-*
snorlJ*.   •*•"• i"""
idinc. driving, cycling, etc
Free Miners' Certificate Fees,
The following scale will show the'
tem to he civar^ed for free miners' certificates covering only a portion of tbe
: Certificates issued between June
1st and ISth. *J5 : l-etivt*en June 18th j
and July 6th. £l.~ -. between July 7th 1
ami 2Uh. ift.oO : between July 2T>:h
and Angus* llth. Zl.ZZi: between Aa-
gost litbaod S*th, St: hetween  Ati-
-1 -   .l>t and Septemher 18th, $3.16 ;
.en September 19th and October
Tih. SO); l*etween October Sth and!
SBtb, SSiS : between October "JTth and
November  llth, $100: hetweeti  No-
vember 15th and December Sad, jS 75 :
between December 3rd and 'JHh. Si 50;
fwtween December 21st and January
7th. :fiS: between January Hh and
i">th. §2; between January *-fth and
February 12ih. S1.75 : between Febru-
11 y loth and  March  2nd.  $1.50: be- 	
t ween March 3rd and 'Sth. $1^5: U-        , ____________
tw-m March21st and April 7th. $1 -.j    I he Midway Company still
between April «th ami 25th. 75 cents: 1 have for sale a few 5-acre tracts.
• tween April20thaod May 13th, »jBuy one on easy terms, and
t_- t-,_„* "
COYLE,
A. 0. P. Agent.
Vancouver.
JOY'S DOMAIN.
WooH's thoq ibx house ud acres prise
And «vmr pi«t«ir» twwl
Go build -.by hat oi »ar *_.
Ba*. make th; j_d«o large.
O^ 'm.a ■■■•■^ */*.¥%:   ommmmtmrm'aw'ww   f	
tt whe.it which should lend to other
*•*& a steady, Una position, wilh •*
v*ly market for lhe cere-.it. I**-
'hange.
|)C..» It r
mn try
nn !**
several   MfJ .v^.are
iU.U(„lJnltrittshyarxU.
.,,,« -. I let wee
■lltM
i*nuh'iiwl   -Ma?   •«"■• — 1 uui   "■•- *        , „
J, m" nth -d sut, 25.    '„make thy gaden large.
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for LADIES IwLDRFV     f^J^ ran8 —** 8°2
*-*>. i-niLURhN and GENTLEMEN.
Records  for   the    Week     Ending
November Jjrd. 1899.
nnut uv-unosa
.XiiVKJIBKK IS.
UttV Queen, L*»sr Like ran.p, Carl
Bender.
Ihe     Ba'«y, fitmmw' .-imp.
anxl we are m«n^	
forLADS^;7'np.?;m' °"r f™^ s"nw
**t it*, CHILDREN and GENTLEMEN.
Have you seen the h^m-rui dinm>r „.
£*g ■ftJS^mlttZ Tmtflirert *7 "*! **■ "~ -P- J~ "~
knoahowlongth«y wfllbefetJjfc   f"h     L        "^ ?S W"''" '»*  ™d "«"> *	
cbeaperon^ofepi^.   lSin ^*'   E^^j . irmn ft
^.^^tothactS^^^^^P^      «<*<    **«**    ramp.   TW
uur Uress Goods Department  i.n.,   • ^'&v**,!mdiVo*ottm,3omm
■«*to_ttWy allmst anj* J,rL       7' ,'      hatKea"'1 Tot™«___.     '
^,feWmming8>I_7^«^^^^^fe«»    « B.-k. I *• H ,„ „*l   p
Commercial and Minma m '<
*< the Fairview Hot        S^ •
ra «oco«o^EVERr;;^
Qeo J. SKeeKar,
- -_.-._■,  aim.st any taste.   Silk,
C'Iob.for trimmings, and  shirt ■___.   ' T"" ""^ *?**■ ,Dafli    Xl*»*>'
shirtwaists has iost^-..^, aisto'   A  nt>w  *Mn_gniae_t off Darragh. ^.^g
1 Mta"felfar.WertOBH_rOM8pkt
-.— •'"uiuings, and  sbi
shift waU_3 has just arrived.
J. Ford.
Our fine lot of Groceries 1
«T butter, also fr^h made ranch bnt_w. I ««,p, E, A HMenl*-,.
...... vi  vjiucerieS are coming in daily, including
eroment.Creamerv butter, alio fresh made mnch butter.
Miners'   Supplies  at most reasonable prices   A new consignment of
the celebrated Armstrong XXXX Flour just received.
HAIN & CO.
I   Clden Bra nor, * im
AT THE OLD STAND : :   POST OFFICE STORE J R*»« te_d«nr_ a
M   Deadmotid  n,   -^
FALLS HOTEL...
IHOS.
U'i.
cxBsmcanacv work.
SOV_tCBU2_
Ajai, J. A. Votm nl,
°W« J*n- * ' -'inninghatn rt
TXAxtrxm.
Kmomoi ia
Clden Beaaor, j ietttOtt, john
itt^r-Kin in p,l„„..4 i,   D
ratlor-ion.
Parr «_  7~T~"* " ,"""n*s'*   »»bn  L
Welim^* aad W,i|m~,n„ v
|j^a*_,_5E;_^l
nrcKMoi 21.
 a ■- «»
A ra-iety of the choicest bra
SJTl ATKl) AT
inds of,
Bt,(
'»VK\
't...
| The Travellers Insnpanee Co,..
I TFnrrrrrrriTTiroT $  ve^um^.. i_o«__««n*t0
I .... Of Hartford. Conn. |   *■«•-* ca»pi«_.
| rrrnmnnr Ij
f _ |  Chartertd 186.3. f
i
3
Chartertd 186:3.
atook Life and
Accident Insurance
 Cascade!
•        Slariight, $ imernrt.  R. J  rj_ _, L
J "»^.aH„!me    ' &J-Ed-*'!CASaOf CITY, B. C
S     u...  .. * *Q'Jn*a.« Kean-a („ Ht_™__™
wB
c- H. Thomas, P*0p
*
*
UABILfTIES. . . 17.920.JJ60.J9  *
3,976.434.36 I
i^a_^a^a_^^g
ASSETS, j	
January ,st, 1897,
$3
%   ISSUES tbe I-mI life m-mranre
•   1   contracts in tbe world.   So
— disappointment as 10 dividends.
Everything giwranteed in advance. Premiam rates J5 to '2a
per rent less lhan those of old
tine Mutual cmifpanie*. ^^ - . .,y/v,424.36
 !  *
The Travellers Cnmbinatinn Art-ident Policy guarantees forarridenlai  #
.- -tiider ordinary condition*. ^
beath Braett     .     .  -*.     :     fim I   low of fitgrbt Band     .     . flUH   ■*,
Ues al iig-ht erf Both Kfes     .      ",1*1  j   Uw of Le^ at nr abow Kaee . £489 *
U**sof Bxh Feet or Bo:h Hand?    i'J»  ■    Low of Irf! Band     .    .     . MB* •
I_*s ot" Ob* Haod *ad One Foot    5,«J0       L«s of Eirlier !*,)« I •*    J
Permneot Tafai DisabiJ tr          ij»       Ltmot spinet One lye .     . .Nl
Lirpits of   Weekly  Inderrinity $1,300. *
AND. £/ sneh injuries are snstained while ridinir as a pass-engcr ir %
any passenger conveyance asing steam   cable,   or   electricity a« a _
motive pfiwer the amount tn be paid   shall be DOUBLE  the Attn f
specified in the clause under which the claim is made. *
; $52 A  vr.o
H»h,can.   ,i,   ,*„,
"•BTlFTCaTEs 0F aPKrn^      , . .	
„-"--, -v,„u„,„„JMA|NLAND NURSERY COMP*
abtawbJTu ..  ::i° tb«»eet',j ualt,e-^—Vaneties Profitable  n Brit
fe^a^te*       infriTAvn^     1>ws Free fror" Pcsi
^«»rr. tampj|eKi0.!    "LIT   AND  ORXAMEVTA
COL~d
g   Cost $52 A  VEAR    TO   PROFESSIONAL    AXD    BOSIKESS
I Mex.axd Commercial '1'r.welkrs.
| Other suras at proportionate rates
I Try. ___:. Norris, Bm
f AGB.VT FOR SOl'THEBN BUITISH COI.OIBIA. MIDWAY B. ('. J
Ia_aAAAAA-k-l lllliillafl^^tf^M^^B^C-B#_B-_-_tf_-__i-_-_-_-l ■fcA_-___fc___h_l_-_i
THE GAME LAWS.
DM—initM, Fairview, A. D. A-. and
, Biack Hawk, in I an,|> Fain iew.
Builseye. fraction, on Kruger aanos*
; lain.
Dividend   and    Dividend  fr*rtion. |
iifd   f>u*t   and   Little Gold  Du-l.
K    .-r ruotintain.
Mead'iw Lark. Skvlark camp.
	
|    ^nd for F^ Qulo^,.
E. Hit-
u&
Subscribe for
A Modem Liner. f
\mt m_hxt IZF* '""""oodothm
;Stee^ zJ»^,>nd, and l^uo'
;^e^i;:^:mf/^^aof
6t '*« H i,,ch^^L..^Uu «««»-.
 __^___ 1^_H__^_^" - **'cbes.   IW  l   ~ "■""•'"ne..
.Vl_*    iB_^.. T°r-  incl^^^-^tbda^bei,,,.fart*   G*4et^^*? * *« «iTHE
September 1st   _,  p „ _"««*«•»» t,>r_.
j&'«en3* duck, „f .J'^ »»- W^t 0^,,
:r<^Ptember W to  n^^^ .      Umr, fop ^ ^ w^  ""* "«
^^ Architect and
  fWlEngineer.
-financial,
^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining- Agent
- ■ • -'BDisbb .
R- H* PARKl.Nso.V,
'-tmvtirw. _ &
ba«* moose(bu,IjL S Pmne ****ens, tlrn^ht theZ.,"" ^^^ doahi t(1 .^ ""'J"- *>P^ed .he.w  ,__ ,
■« Itood acrommo,lati.,n.
THE ffiNi
Only $2.00 a Year
PIONEER - HOTEi
GREENWOOD ClTV   BoOKDARv „|
-__^R*3&5qd w- nei-son
^h3Lt-Be,verJ b,« i__ . T.1'» ^« mill: _«.^a.   -aaaa-a "
-^ - .sheep 1Mm.   mOUnU'n ^! «■,**_ £^'S^"««- i
w* h. webb »*s£=sSqasSs?i3s_:
-Practical^.      ;K^«--KX5 *—«£Cl=_r-**|
±^;5^~^'£^£^'.-**«
PROPRIETY
mm hm carriage
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
(CarTyingHerMajesv,5Ma[
and Vol  ^^ 3nd Saturd'"s.     pM
*BvC in   n'e1' °SO>'OOS ^   "
conve^"   qU'Ck   dme>   «d    ^ «
»*n S
*leI>a.ia.*l
0F AU. KlXDs
Pro"iptly  and   XeaUy
Executed.
"hicfa „*,- ,.   v?;f^P« Irfrwsf^t;' w-   Whn» ;. ;   j.^nd r;1«ne prom.
<**.*«>-. l,x **«:Jnn-^ UJT,^ ■ „y ^T'»« dimwit ^,,  ™
ST  Sfe««*. ^r<fS_f«^«-.d-e.^ "'' --pewfl*. Z**1 ll»»«tfcnritr
At Penticton, B. C
R. S. HALL Pro*
I
& c«au« -^ A ?r^§£^a:*5c5Tk«=75S;l
««" Estate and Mining Brokers.
t**baaJ!?a}*muKim*
Grttawwhi CXjr. *< I Mr*51'
j   u>n»oi
healthy looking sheet, and ia well do-
>>
T Jjjidwsy. haa ;*?mng of the patronage of the town
H. FerjfWJa* ^    jt ^.p^^,^   -j-^ adrertising pages
'orti'* " ...-..:  mrnUt snorted.,
fo I of inter-
nines i
moreaWndantly than into aayolhn
district a. oood Spokane.- -*>p,>kf-
R-riew."
.i. turkey dinner will l*^
„eirsao««»«»'niur""       .   t
tna inst- j iii,,*. a *••
"_,im*r««»  Ue**Ce k*'**'! appeared  betmm
idVasewi*. we** •f^fatth- ■   ■■**-
,*_««*_  Hotel last   .^
Ttt't   he.
-.'■■..
riut Forger.
j.ftermwm    Clarence
■ -, ■ : IU yean of mop.
ii wwtr-te   Hallet'
i-e  oa a rhanre  of
tt UStittAf,
II, Thotoxk.
, Ljtj   IO   —        9_KH_K__K__B
' «* *^ «**  recr-atl
tlK Klkhoen A*d
R Tarlor. ** "eh**, R C"
JI tbeOakUod H.MH flW" *'
^.^.i-a-ma* **-***«•
rl. _^
, C (late, iwoertorof Cnetoma.
fa^mioMer. who h■» «
LrlhniaghtheaWr-*,   «*
■•OT !*** *****
h**e Aode«oa. « old tW
Xt* — * *TiV^_b.
0,lk»»»**n *?"*r*
( ,*_ the electric Kght and
r by-laws took pUee in Green-
on Tl-arsday and resatted :-
ui
Ipusing
h v a ret* of 2 to three.
■ rr- dr ui n    ; '       P. >   .   ■' '
A' OaoO a*, th* f r-f ry » -.- di-->
King  mas »rre.t«l.   An opportunity
was given hoii of a speedy .rial  bef r
Judge Spinks.hu* bivii^*.-
ted. heelnred lo Ir  tli-d   I.y a   j eiue
and   jury  at   tbe   regular    ilwilil
King's fat her. who k a carpenter, l.v—.
at Fernie, a V.
JAou'd study the life.; Andrea
- friend, the mar. o >t _-■>*, mr.
■gre* rich minding hia o*u lawnes.-.-
■ ' "Seraing Telegram."
It n •;• be Med lhat the rernros as
•  •aie ir | d_ale a gain in tb-* haak
--: --gate of ahtmt  1" p»f
- 8 .< ,ver tbe like rev -:
■ year, and th-erefoe-- p, :■
■. . -  > teeided all iftorsd growth of
• eommennal activity.—Vai •
News-Ad«er» J •*•*-."
\  >i* -.eioeot to bn-.' V- > f  .'.!.-..*,-;
jaitbi    the  Domini i
I's.i   n heen «ar**~i  ■ - ■*
»hie ihat lhe scheme «   . -.   ■
iiuted before Ior*.   Tr- •
: _ !i-or__rd in the prras, tad ■■
.-x .n*da i* eonmn-*: ;•
•  ,n  be almost
a ot tbe [t
jrhanjfe.
f
Ik
flfi
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FAIRVIEW. B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
iiqt* igars kept on hand   A  good table
md u    \ beds add much to the comfort of is
|        IBS.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
^__^_^_^_^_^>-— Owe nv*re the .--. •
Like* Boaadary Better the Dominion jriierr-•
It baa been aa openaeeret for «*-me|in* ta*ort "■*-   F-r (>"
time that Roadand »aa getting far too feeH-a»i*»w CWO.MX an
-h«*eaae.of Contain wnaa
i^a U_d beiore Jadge Spink*
r~_,ty Coart, Midway, tm Wed-
£ tot the  defe_a_at waadia-j
.»aiagtolaek of evidence.
tho.es for the ae« Poat Odee
|_wed. »ad mo beiag pat  in
tWft.7t_ over tbe sain- ,
For the fuor months ana
the earreot Saral year th- ■
lections show a gain   '. il.
eirilhed and cnmfortable to <nit
•Father Pal" .rf St George, church.
in this city.
When Bee. Mr. Irrw eame here at^__^_n^_^_i
l«S Rowland waa a pioneer mining i •** i!!*tf* *<arpas«ag all
eamp aad the community stood greatly j °"-* "* pr-*pe»ily.
ia need nf jus* meh i, mtatiooary a* be, A little mi*«.
a.* any of thr, early settler* will ,1* A liule Vaa.
dially admit, and that he tiled the Ull ^ jj,*^ Uue,.
_.  *«■  —  _  r—  --, la a manner that no one e_e could, j    \ wedding-'hit i
A ready nearly all of them. will abn he admitted by every,me who
N-es mokea far.   It ia expected j know* the early history of the eamp
^^^^^aa\_______m____t___________M_____________\
I ready f.* the diatrihation of to
j mder for Letter* of Adaaniatra-
|b_ heen granted hy Ui* Honor
i'.Spink* to Nr. D. Mcl-nnan in
ite of  Malcnim   McCuaig, de-
i. late of Rock Creek.   Serurty
I ia to he girea.
tteeting waa held hi the trbool
<>a Saturday the Sth inst for
•.*••**• of eleetiag achool trastee*
»r< t--. nf Meanea. McAuley, Mc-
»r-i Wum,y,re*u*tned.   Mr. Hugh
Indeed, Mr. Irrin ba*«o closdy idrnti
fied hiniaelf with the rise and progre_i
of Rowland that the camp without
him would be aimething like "Hamlet" with the Prince of Denmark
rnvwine.
Father Pat ia easily a missionary
HU a hole aim and dearre is alone thia i .....
... _,        -.7        u      peoed to lie tfaadme
line, and be » m.-*e lhan will.oe  that   ; ,       . . ,
_u _ «-,_•».    u • long and careful W*.*
ntbera  who come after him  sho*i!d        "  , .
_    , .     . ., ,     her pi!ti„e*5  as   *n-
walkakmgtbe beaten paths that he *"
.       . . ..    L %. ■fcarred veteran  ol   ,
1 *■     "    "   -*«»     «rtfcH^   he   _er<   ruler
"-'limed:   "*Huni5»h:
All «s%n»e Injun lorn:
  jpteod;
A little jjtw,
\ litlle Uw.
BaH hon.e        x.
And, lo! ihe tr-»c    - -
—tr.     .-
A few day* ago a Udy p.--
the street wiih a fasbwu,*,.
fealbers rm her head »ttr»
fntion of ao ae-
D. L. BARCKLAY'S STAGE
Is Running Between
3S__±dL^rSra.y axj.«3.   Green-wood,
PASSENGERS  AND  EXPRESS.
maladelheeed ia Midway, < it* en wood and p|j«*e-,-n toato,
•- FURNITURE -:■
Now is the Time to Furnish Your House.
Receiving new Goods Daily.
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
=; RE EN'S   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
:m :\'\ poles and fixtures
PICTl RE AND WALL MOULDINGS
"Rl AERATORS   etc.. just arrived.
..   g down
ie  'rsat and ■
ed  the  at-'
, wh    hap
Ti«j.:j_ a
Uflnt   Me.
«^ to,,.
baa hewed oot. while he se«*l« once
mure the frofl ranks of lhe pioneer ia
! other district*.   It b stated on good
Mr. Inrin coaid ha*re|   _ -      ,  ___«__!
^^^^^^^^ h<*t>e-     l*c* °* u  ■*
,-ei. .yr-'-*™. ". * -__i»liii«rt de<p«ir.   Her«e the posse-wiov*:
d*Sim1' "* *"*J^T*",-' Z_? i iT2ldJ» is as mmh a la_i_-s «*'
tmtx^.jrr**"*? ?Ti J J"   pmetmm of ex-r_-i . m
ary  Creek d«w«   -ual stfll fa^-*i**"* ^ L< ,hr th, .on,    m
west.   He wilL however. «dlrootm«eqa«l.t»_   "V    '   .
to reaah* io thU city and m_ke t*'^™"'l"*?Z!Zn. -    ■
^T    w   a..^-—       R<____) i fol <*oe. whil- hts more bniJwni r*i«n
camphr    he-lquarter,.-   ^^^^i,,,. S.*e*
"M,WT*      **-.  bosi-jes. man was ever timid.   I-
* de of the Seftttie "P.d." oot-ihat is the keyaote.-CiaM -
-.   ..'■■   ••■■:., rin* iatn  Payees
:  -I." toihe-     '..      -   -.day morning when u-.-
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AnENDED TO.
•37. _8_C. Grixlley Sc Co.
imiture   :   Undertaking and 'Embalming.
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD. B. C.
t was appointed chairman aod i     ..    ^
{F.W.5lcLaiae.aee«etarr.   Uemxs,  ^bx**1? '^ -*■ »— ~—- ■   „   .,    .   _
Fe-^Mo.ap-,,*.  E.  A.  Hiin|l*r^ap1wi_edAr*Ade_tonl«dhea,j    Confidence H
,;*ndfW.'aaaia«teaiilye_ri.id*9iT*<L a» haa heen Rin* a rovi^l
Moauaated aad aa aa othee aaiaea
a-eatioaed  a* raadidates they
i-riared elected, their 'enas of
• duiag feaat .i_ty Slat I
C. F. COSTERTON -
▼wisos ac
GeaeraJ Real EaaUi Fiiiocial Aft.
XOIARY PrBMC.
JLpreiat   Por«e
Thf RuTal l>-5rp.v>r>: Cot.
T;t:*: bosuns *xn Li>:cashire Fibs'
bcscstaxcs Out.
- ■ •    ■   j   ,v    ■ I    NY.RTH
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
-NOVELS-
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Ptas   rhei'eremony ». *.-,
•t-Rev. M. BnrUnirer,
k .a tbe pee«e»ce trf aboot twenty
-, t{w««.   After the eerennwy re
■•tt.- were served aad a p*ea-*w.nt
tee waa speat by aH.   Tbe pr-T-'nt,-
er* t.4h numert-i, aod eo»t!y *how-
!'.a  high esteem in whieh :i*
apte were  held  by   t!
,ey left by private ng aa   *
r their future home at Midway.
MrHieken. wh«
the Norther-n
;_» a'.tt.r:.  . -
■ a«  Seattle, es
-   Set
TIVI.
Acci-eat at the B- C iWoe.       \m"f
the.N
Apaiafal accident oeewired in thej,-^ ^Hos-tr-'i tbe aes«M« « tD*
Wt of the a C. mine oa Wedaesday j, p,^.j„teiii-.*,-n **r.      U » fll|ft"tl
fat.   A» is castomary before -coin* off] ^ tnu«frt' of tbe property  *
pit the bote* ia the bottom ol the j Bwdt, alwu, December 1.   &*gar B.
^»*ft «ere ftred tmt, ia one of them j Wpe|. wj,j* reotain as managing editor
nit part of the charge exploded, it Lf the paper temp>rariiy. and  it »s
aeaim   _n_  Inl  »ith __> «n»el   ^.K«*_»ihj»t he wiU be retain*
upon
[     . ■ ■ -—• *—»•   ■—i       101   ine t-M"™   *—r 1   ___
*«a again  Bred but a ith Uie name'     ^hh? thai be will be retain-*.! per
r»«dtthat a  portion of the powder; n^u^Uyin that powtion. Thtsis up»»«
Ik' ^ named : wid afterwards Mr. A-  thr »u,h.«ty of the Mr. Hughes him
L Watson, wbo haa the contract for [ gr{f _.-—*.--- ____________■
linking, while wiwking, ftmek U wi h I    --jv changes in the busm**&V*" dr„ „-.,,.!•   *>n* by the eewpa
a lack, with the i-amlt that it imme-' ._•«»_ mmnlete.   Who tbe new |_    .-.j,^ ssates were
ter crystal*.   Mr.
ire intact and not i
.   10 be taken oo:.
I, f«r long aod 40 feel
■ entrince one  ha*  I
r entersi^f one can stand
ffrct.—Le«'-' 'a •'I•en-•',:ra,•'
i   .-.   ■   i *4*atch  from   Chirac-
Hoosesgaear Boclar-d. for*
nan Catbolij dignisary-   -
£a-Z -"'he French race >-i
,nd tte  United   States ml-
. tyte*. the "Independent Osth*
. .■--_- .it tbe bead of ahi'-i    •
Buthop -'•• *b*my Kt«t*---»-    I"
n    , r_tobe«ea if tbe new _
aunt will resaK in any larp* j*cessa» j
of Frew-    ,.   isanRmi^n C»! holies, j
M «-; probai-iy a*>t.
M -ureal paper* tAAOt that thn
ext.aordi,*J.ry*-ti"'V  Do«   St-.
„> in-'  - ;'' '     '"   '
..reriag ^^ »' P'ttb- '.'
building  freieb'   ous   *IiJ        "
They add tb»t the railr-ud  - -
•   riKEj
V ioOCl ATWS.
J. I UNSWORTH.
DRLOGIST
.IIDWAT - B. C.
MINERAL ACT. 1896.
CertiSeate   of   Improvements
NOTICE.
9 ****_
*
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|D.JLBL_-k
friMd W_«?« Mate.
Pt.^,0> V;*c*nu>
f.rrro-iT >>•
i -.-
Tak BWrtd.  w_« So**-* • u- S' *
jte W-raaSa-
T'
a.- LthmJam*
tte H.   A. &>
Ia pick, with the tomdt that it imme- \toetli wiU be complete
di*u4y exploded in Ua face hadly barn- lTOill«i ma»»«rerwUt r* is m*t known.
init him aod injuring two other nien- - -    -*—*—***•' "~ "**"•
M Bride and _w« by name.   Watann
w« unimnscwna for several hoars, and
l» »»
COPPKH  iST.
GRELVA'OODB.C.
0V»* Twtts. ***** *aurtal.
,*! je years «i»«rk«« «• *»
>vt c»m_ly*   -   •  -
J
:
:
o**4********z9.
z
lbe United States were the Jesuit -.4
special aod   undue  pte*s*ur*  on  'be
works in d:i»ii-» and  by _-,.■
iironwrna mr eexeemt noors. ******
likely he win k_et_eaight of both
Mm.    Tt?_. •_ 1 _-k_. i^ I—     D^__
I« A.__..., _ ww „^wmmm^mmw. 
•■—■ Mr. Watsons home _ in Boss-
'"id. where he has ranee been taken.
 mam	
*»a*toC*__ebyth«C.AW. Ry.
Mr. John McUnt superintendent of
the railway mail aerrke arrived in
! -^alaad on Sunday etreniag of last
! *,1*kfwmVaawa,r*T.  The object of
hisririt aaa tn -urnia-gefor lhe sending
I itftite Boaadary Creek math tria the
, l**lnmi*ia aad WeaternraUway instead
I "• by stage front Bombarg aa fbrwrly*
Aa man an Mr. McLeod's attention waa
«l"ted to the matter be -tent a telegram
[ *« Postmaeter William Wadds t_ that
'ff»*n,lart)la,heteWswl|| never reached
^"tnwster Wadds mad* continued t«.
^y-t by sug,.   Thia know changed
*nd the madia being mt ia orer the
**w raUway.
EXCHANOE CUlWiOA*
laiswesw urntm*.*' —    - __.;
h»,t it _ ondersto-id that be wdl come | ^ m w	
fnm. tbe East- Tbe polfcy of lhe paper, ^ poficy f.»r *»f"*^'
ZtXmUtw «_.««-> -« HSkrn.   A«.^-T«pUnalKm
sound money, Bepobtie_n_m and ine L   ^ ^ {nwt. cwrecl.
>*,*thern Pacific always." j   CwMtd)l „i| never bare a   ets
porlunit y than tbe preseo*:       pe     -
np her iron nut.** «*- d^"
in-ipieot iron and steel M*as
dearfi-d t»r •r'in "^ H,i r *
•ortd-ato.   Thveaaaeof *«  '
„idesc^i"^y"lthe'm," *;
reaaakenimt "* enterpH»  on   •'Hh
^of.l-Aibmtw.m.lH-etie--
land  *qmpn*««-  "* ra.i«.y>*  ">    ^e
^-^rfjd extension of -be eleilr,-^
indastry. bat •'*»« <VW '" 'f*
opening »P«< new coantnes. .he d^
velopuH.nl of  bilberto  unknown  re-
MMircea.a,dihecoa*lr«.t.'n "f
wars and Itidge* in all tbe bve
oe«iis.-Tor.,nto "World.''
\      '•*•*,    .•',-r....   -i-. -   '
-- J. *o ^/ to Che Minute
9w« «<OMJitaaef *0»m■ ,,r»BEs< '!se *!>.«■
Atsi l_«_er take -»«*« ttot «ty- - - -
"*, _oa It. JWSSt b* -mmbctob* 's_«« UjW
s»«o_k« 'it j*k4 OorUitaie >>* l«w*j.»-«_atj
CHA^ MB GEEEX.
TV imiJ^8^!
J«, taTa-l-ek-ion the Oatfed Slates
d^tbeA-nerwan-.^n^w-aod^
oxer ibe Trtnveaalwat.   ^P™
«eriew.' h
hetngs many l*0^ Mnf!,
M.s.raigh,f.ww»rf^^f^
1 come tia»e alter im*^
frtendtwilhihefl'*
^tS'S-EM.    The
g„l_  ca-ae Iro" "-"
AlIMl5S! '8168 TOfl
Bay a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and wat*r, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families. Try it.
For Priced and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO.. LTD.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H. KEYES. Prop.
G ad Accomnmdatioo.
Best Liquor* and Cigars.
First -Class Stabting
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
LEE CHUNG
LRUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS   CALLED   FOR AXD
DELIVERED.
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K
HID WAY, B.C.
tijkmfom of Boundary Creek and Kettle Hiver.
T ? * ^ Supp, and c::i::;r;:t * *->**
Creek Dis,ricts. * "f 'he  K«"«  ««• and &___
™«">8 camps. '   West   fori<  ""d Camp McKi„„„
^  ,eadin.? residence town   fa   thp  /
fefe^J^-^THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.   a-aSBU     ,
.
if",
■
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7
■
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
Votioa,
Bi'usent l_tormn Minek.il Clam.
Situate In Osoyoos Mininr Wvlsion of Tale
District.   Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
' TAKE NOTICE that LChaa de BWsGreen.
I aa ageut tor John C. Fl»her, free miner*
-ertiflcate Xo. l.TXa. George A. Engel. free
miner* eertiflratu N'o. 1S7?7.i, and for Wm. V.
Keller, free minerscertiiicate .Vo.b5728. intend,
sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder tor a eertitlcate of
improvement*, for the purpose of oblaining
a Crown grant of the aboveclaim.
And farther take notice that action, under
section 37. muM he commenced before 'he issuance of such certificate of improrements, I
Dated this itlth day cf October. 1*9.
CHAS. DgB. GRKKN.
■""■I Act 1896.
Certificate nf |m„
°'  JmPTOvements.
—«wr_i»_i ,.,tma,
Do*D,io.-..  raiavisw. A. D. AmbBuck  Grin Dear a»D Lmut Goto Dier Vcnaui.
HaWK Mixbh.il Cuias. CiaiMa.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Divliioe of _„.,..    . _..      ,__. .     _-
Taj. Dlstriet.  Warn* lo_uad : I. Ca»p  S,,?_i %t2tfl&flS_V?'^
Fairtew. BB9BHBa_B MoonUin.
AKE Wtrrrm ■■ TAKE .NOTICE Ibat 1. Chaa drBJoto Oroen
I      aaagent f, ir George A. Kneel, free inner »
certiiicate So. l"."-'7<. and for wm. Keller, free
minen certiiicate.Ma aSS. intend ditty daya
from the date hereof, jo apply to the Mining Ke-
.    .— _ uwamlng I cordcrfor a certificate of improvement,*, for the
 ..... ui ine abore claima. port*.-** of obtaining; a Crown  Grant of th*
Andfnrther take notice that actios under i ahove claim*.
etiion J7mo« be oommenced before the iwo-'    And '""her lake notice, tbat action, nndrr
nee of sash Certiiicate of Improvementa. ; "eclion   Ti.  mwt   be commenced before Ihe i
wxiiituiihiiuii, rk..-i~— —raaaeaofaaahiaitlltomafiMWUiaataifa    ,
i»ie« this Mb day or tw Dwjd ^ ^       ^ ,V[((b>T im j
«NEHAL ACT. 1896 I , ______■
'<— mm _. oJ_T^"___      I      ""'—'   .
Gaiarnt am Ha.vvaa Mutaati fi_i_a.
Sttuau la tha Oaaraaa Katag DlvWaa of
Tale Matrtat.  Whara loea.aa: la Cam*
•WOTTXCTBL
•wtion
CHAS. DEB.GREEX.
TAKE NOTICE thai I. It H IVkteaon an
agent tor the I'amp MrKinney Mlnw
l_ti„e.i, of Can* McKinney. fm miner •
—rtUtrat* HA Uflt*. intend. «isty dan from
tbe daw hereof. Uj apply io the Mima* Itaror
der for a nartiarate of impn.»«mrnu. for the i
pnrpaw nf obuiniag a troai (rant et Um
l ahoveriaiaa.
And further take aotlea that actloa, aadar
■action 17. mw be eommem-ol   befcr* the
laauance of mcb certilkale nf hnprorennw
IMkal tkw 17th day of A*-**. 1S».
K. H.I-AKKDMO.V
Noam *jti» m .,...,   u
-"J——    '■   I**   0»,TMn Ijjt^t	
[JJ**«*     Where  __«*
TAKKNOTIrKth..
--,,_!■«"" "arWai
Wf«nu« Xo. tin
_\}*x^atehew..   ..
™ed«rf«r»,rriiH,--i
!-l •mi3|^^-<*u^ii«
'• .-"renal
il<. troa
i tmjm
zttml
.-    rrn 11
Boa tai
above —■_. jiniiijMii
^J_? r; ""ft he ami _a a
■™M»»*-*»f"*WhtV--,»r»,.    |   1||,IM_
I>at d Uu. sib day of Sent. I tl m
D.       MIDWAY-
I r,T- ce SItes- 0und 300  very
LOTS 5oXI25 FEET. Ppipp
W- aWM;,-,'--'*2aS*S0NABLE
M'^y.B.c. °r A. MEGRAW,
Camp McKinney, B. C.

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