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tt. X, No. 15.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1899.
$2.00 per Year.
[)R. WHITE, M. D. C. M„
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
r RMcLEOU.
B*)»RWTEB, Solicitor, Etc.
Midway, B. C.
AYLEY,
RI8TER AND SOLICITOR.
Grand Fokkh, II. C.
Of
RIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
A vie., Vernon, B. C.
ESM. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C S.C.E.,
JNEER AND SURVEYOR.
it Public.
Midway, B.C.
IB. KEITH, M. E.,
ttS-WER AND CHEMIST,
ttfK GKKENWOOI), B. C.
ff£'*T
fliHBTIES EXAMINED AND REPORTED ON
it NICHOLSON,
" . —-. Notary Public,
■AL ESTATE,
tt     FINANCIAL AOENT
i MINING BROKER,
MOKlNnct, B.C.
nwood Assay Olee.
J. C. Luckenbel, Prop.
J|iinyer   and   Analytical
> Jaemist.
jaOvaan—rood, _»- O.
W.T. Shatford & Co...
w
Dealers ie general Merchandise.
V9_9w%mmmmm^mmttmmw^
rE always carry a large and well
assorted stock of thebest goods
at the lowest price in the district.
Buying in large quantities enables us
to give our customers the advantage
of cheap prices, so when you want
anything remember where we are,
as it will be to your advantage to
buy from us,
STORES  AT
VERNON*,     FAIBVIEW.      CAMP     McKINNEY,
and SLOCAN CITY.
■pm»
it Properties Kximinud and Hcportcd an.
™?W. B. Bickanls & Co.
MIDWAY, B.C.
BRAL ESTATE  AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
E, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
lOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. C. A.
Civil Engineer,
HlOVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
ligation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Vork, with Plans and Estimates In any
ortlon of the Province Immediately At-
ended to.
ps and Plani or Any Portion of Osoyoos
■strict and Mining Camps of Kettle Rlvor
lining Division.
DNDARV FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON,
[ A. Ol'KSS, M. A. It. A. 0UK88, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Mists and Assayers
rhimniKhly   familiar   with   Fairview nxxxl
fundary Creek Mineral Properties.   Propcr-
Examlned.   Assays and Analyses of Ores.
|ols, Etc.
OKKKNW00D, B.C.
I.J.SCOVIL,
MINING BROKER,
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE ANO
GENERAL AGENT.
BSTRACTS OP TITLE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
Corre ;pondence Solicited.
lidway and Greenwood, B. C.
HAKIIKTT. U. T. HOUOSON
BOUXDARY  CHEEK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-reenwootI C'ty, B. C.
Assaying- and Analyses of Ore
lines Examined and Reported  on
h >r >'i gh Acquaintance witli the Keltl
River and lloumlury Creek Mining
District.
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co,
. - - MILLS AT VERNON, B. C. - ■ -
-—»_» _?___;«_——
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try sone, made* by ths only Plansifter mill in the Province
....WHOLE  WHEAT  FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
«■_■■■     _
See That Each Sack is Marked .
--: B. P. UU & Co. Ltd., Praprietops, Victoria. B. C.
M. McCuaig
S.  Larsen.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated nt, Rock Oree1*, B.C.,   on   the  main route of   travel
between Penlietoii -ind all Banufuy Creek points.   Slopping
place for sluices.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting -.-Bestof Accommodation.
B_oOuai_ bii— LavHan,  FroprletorB
M__ra_BB_B-5__ffl__W_«BBB___l
Midway Meat Market =1
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. |
At this establishment customers on get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
 ~  ^= = %
-   • Itoti*if;ei*Btoi* on tlio pr*oiiilj=J.J»   ■  - ■**•
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet    Call and get a good joint j§
for dinner to-day. 3
*«rr**c-c-*tp«et'ef*«^^
9mm ?*mm§mmm mmmmm
Use 0. K. Flour.     1
The Best Flour in Canada.
r
t
I
UT"trE carried ott' first prize for Flour as well
xx as for Wheat at the New Westminst.-r
exhibition. Our Brands are Hungarian,
XXXX, Best Pastry, Strong Bakers and
Economy, any one of which is a long way
superior to Washington flour. Ask your
grocer lor a flour thai gives universal satisfaction. Get any of the 0. K. brands and
you will .never regret it.   4>    ,£*    _&*
•    . vv ___»
agaa Flo r Mils Company Ltd., H
L-jx^HTuoara, xs.o.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.  ]m, uking the average of the results
obtained on all the experimental farms
Records for   the    Week     Ending
February 8th, 1899.
MINERAL LOT VTION8.
FEBRUARY 1.
Rose   Bud, Greenwood  camp,  W.
Smith.
Spotted Tail, Greenwood camp, W.
H. Harris.
Ben Bow, Greenwood camp, VV. H.
Harris,
FEBRUARY I.
Gipsy, Greenwood camp, J,Cunningham.
FEBRUARY 6.
Bachelor, Deadwood camp, M, L.
Nicholson.
Asi>en, Deadwood camp, B. Gunn.
Black Tail, Central camp, T.T.White
and C. Pringle.
. FEBRUARY 7.
Ida L., Deadwood camp, H.L.Jones.
Lancaster, Deadwood camp, D. M.
MacMartiti.
Four in Hand, Providence camp, E,
C. Brown.
CERTIFICATES OF WORK.
FEBRUARY  1.
St. Lawrence, J. Fisher et al.
FEBRUARY 2.
Myrtle, R. M. Mclutyre et il.
FEBRUARY il.
Nelson, 0, S. Galloway.
Blue Bell, F. W. Groves
FEBRUARY 4.
Dudley, J. Moran.
FEBRUARY 7.
McKinley, A. Castleman et al.
TRANSFERS.
FEBRUARY 1.
St. Lawrence, j interest, Win. Lewis
to L. S. M oul ten Barrett.
St. Lawrence, } interest, Win. Lewis
to G. T. Hodgson.
FEBRUARY  8.
E Plurihus Unum, !, interest, Jno.Mc-
Kcllar to Chas. R. Pittock.
FEBRUARY 4.
Biittania, \ inteiest, Alex. Dorais and
W. J. Noble to Jos. Pairer.'
Firitanla, J interest, Alex. Dorais and
W. J. Noble to Jos. Garesu.
FEBRUARY 0.
Crystal Gold Mine, J interest; OK.
fraction, J interest ; Evening Star, J
interest; Forest Belle, i inteiest; Rock
Hill, \ interest, Joseph Keen to Ainsley
Megraw.
Biittania, J interest, Alex. Dorais to
Thos. Legacy.
"05". J interest, Pat Hickey to R.W.
Jakes.
FEBRUARY 7.     .
Oregon, _ Interest, J. J. Winters to
Jno. H. Morrison.
FEBRUARY 8,
Lulo, J interest, Arthur M. Pelly to
G. T. Hodgson.
Lulo, A interest, G. T. Hodgsou to H.
R. Eliutt and Randolph Stuart
Boston, all interest, Dan. Bresuahau,
M. D. McLeod and Thos. Roderick to
Sydney M.Johnson.
-——-t-a <	
Bulletin No. 33.
Bulletin No. 82, just received from
the director of the Dominion [experimental farms, is one of the most interesting publications of the year to tbe
farming community, as it gives the
result obtained in 18SIS, from trial plots
of grain, fodder corn and roots, and
that too in such a concise manner, that
it may be said to be
er's encyclopedia,
fact thai this bull-tin mav not reach
arc :—Beaver, Dunham, Danish Chevalier, Newton, French Chevalier, Prize
Prolific, an average crop of 42 bushels
21) lbs. per acre.
The six varieties of six-rowed barley,
which have given tbe largest crops in
litis, taking the average of the results
obtained on all the experimental farms,
are :—Pioneer, Stella.Odessa.Mensury,
Oderbruch, Trooper, an average crop
of 47 bushels 80 lbs. per acre.
Trials plots of spring wheat.—Seed
sown, one aud one half bushels per
acre. The twelve varieties of spring
whe.it which have given the
largest crops, in 1898, taking the average of the results obtained on all the
experimental farms are :— Wellman's
Fife, Monarh, White Connell, Goose,
White Fife, Red Fife, Preston, Progress, Percy, Rio Grande, Stanley,
Emporium, an average crop of 30
bushels ll lbs. per acre.
Trial plots of peas.-Seed sown, between two and three bushels per acre.
The twelve varieties which have
given the largest crops in 1888, taking
the average results obtained on all tiie
experimental farms, are the following:—Perth, Pride, Elephant Blue,
Kine, Harrison's Glory, Trilhy, Vincent, Early Britain. Pictou, New Potter, German White, Bruce, an average
crop of 40 bushels 2 lbs. per acre.
Trial plots of Indian com.— Seed
sown, in rows three feet apart. Corn
cut green and put into silo.
The six varieties of Indian corn which
have given the heaviest crops, in 1808,
Uking the average of the results obtained on all the experimental farms,
are as follows:— Red Cob Ensilage,
Giant Prolific Ensilage. Thoroughbred
White Flint. Early Mastodon, Champion White Pearl, CloiulsV Early Yellow, an average crop of 22 tons 778 lbs.
per acre.
Trial plots of turnips.—Seed sown in
drills 2J feet apart.
The six varieties of turnips which
have produced the heaviest crops, in
1898, taking the average of tlte results
obtained on all the experimental farms
are the following :—Purple Top Swede
(2nd so.ving), Jumbo. Giant King, Sutton's Champion. (2nd sowing). Hall's
Westbury, Perfection Swede (2nd sowing), .in average crop of 88 tons 1,102
lbs. per acre.
Trial plots of mangels. -Seed sown
in drills 2A feet apart.
The six varieties of mangels which
have produced the heaviest crops in
1898, taking the average of tlie results
obtained at all the experimental farms,
are :— Yellow Intermediate, Gate Post
(2nd sowing), Giant Yellow Globe,
Canadian Giant, Giant Yellow Intermediate, Norbiton Giant, an average
ctop of 88 tons 898 lbs. per acre.
Trial plots of carrots.—Seed sown in
drills two feet apart.
The six varieties of carrots Whioh
have produced the heaviest crops, in
1898, taking the average of the results
obtained on all the experimental farms
are the following :—MaminothJWhite
Intermediate, Improved Short White
(2nd sowing), Half Long White, White
Belgian, Green Top White Orthe,
t veritable farm*'()ianl 'White Vnsges, an average crop
Recognising  the of & tons 232 lbs. per acre.
Trial plots of sugar  lieets.— Seed
the bands of every member of thel80™*indriUstwofeet***"*•
farming community of this district
a synopsis of its contents is In rein
The  four varieties of sugar beets
wbich  have   produced the   heaviest
given, and a perusal of the following! er"V* m 1W8, -Utking the average of the
willat any rate acquaint those seeking! n'-sulUs obtained at all the experi-
such information with the name of the I im'nt*-* fa"*'*ls '-,-e t*»e following :-
best varieties of gn> in etc., samples of: ,)a,lish Rwl ToP* D'in*8*' improved,
which can be obtained by addressing; Red Tol' 8u«*r' I-upiwed Imperial, an
the heads of the several experimental *Vertt*-e oroP of 2* tons 1,652 lbs. per
farms of the Dominion, which farms |a("*'
are situated at Ottawa, Out.. Nappan,!   Tri"' I)lots of P"taU>es.-8eed planted
Nova Scotia ; Brandon, Man. ; Indian
Head, N. W*. T. and Agassi/., B. 0,
in rows 24 feet apart, with sets one
foot apart.
The twelve varieties which have pro-
Before proceeding to do* this, atten-  . lne, rJve,.ve v,-**-«-les which have pro-
xx , 1  .1     ,■   .  ".,  .  ■   .1    duced the largest crops in 898, hiking
on is called to the  tact that in thei., ...       F ,.     ,'.,-*
the average of the results obtained at
tion
therefore the aggregate result of ex
periments at the several farms only is
touched upon.
Trial plots of oats.—Seed sown, two
bushels to the acre :—
Ti.e twelve varities which produced
the largest crops In 18t)8 taking the
average results obtained on all the experimental farms are : Bavarian, Banner, White Giant, Oderbruch, Columbus, American Triumph, Americans
California Prolific lllack, Abundance,
White Sehoncn, Mennonite, Golden
Beauty, an average crop of 09 bushels
per acre.
Trial plots of barley.--  Seed  sown,
two bushels to the acre :
The six varieties of two-rowed barley,
whieh have given the largest crops in direct,
Clay Rose, Green Monn'aln, State o f
Maine, Polaris.Rural Blush, an average
crop of 458 bushels 3 lbs. per acre.
Twenty Per Cent.
According to the statistics prepared
liy the British hoard, Canada is the
only country where immigration during the past year shows an increase
over that of 1897. Its gain was 20
per cent, while all other countries
slio'-, a falling off of from one to ten
percent. These official returns include
people of all nationalities sailing from
ports iu the United Kingdom, those
destined for Canada including 17,007
persons of British origin and 8,888
foreigners. This does not include the
1 luukho'oors .vho left from  Batouul plbcWW-ii     '■TJtHtiT     J.Z     3*|__*-J»T,     B.   *'.'
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CC"'—l*:i^
UOXDAV. FEBRUARY ia 18*.
w.
.     ■
,.:■ ■-.- v. r. -'.-, ,r,- i-i. c-ttiy :-.-- _ -'■;- -
ance-of thb giiwrnarrt ai-hy bm—ical
art mdtm to vinuaily deprive
them of any bf-nefit ttom life- same.
In must instances the aa_K*J grant
-i-noatiu to #**). and iur this saa»
tha recipient is i-alled npi.*n  to
Certifieate   of   Improvements.
.    3IOTICE.
_a anMis—u Cuj*.
COSXOVS OFFICES.
A nwretuent is r.*w on fo**t lo bare teodrtvd is fs<r tin* guvvrniutnt
Situate to st* C*ry«» Hlaiac E'fTUMa ef
Ya_ £*aa>B. * itrx taace-i: C__K
JteSisaej".
TAKK NOTICE tha* L l&fc*. la-tow Green.
jg*»- J_ J«Rw BnOn-vu tne.  ximtr'*
_E___o__t_ tor tlie ife-mcl m wn*«|fam,4rtoeiWT«^teMl^,,uiw-y'!1uIi:R*-;
be rsUbr if Iw i» aewrttner.u* perfi*rm I oseferSir a eotifcatc«- bjwhtmthbmiw,. far Ae f
a ewo-ers dutiesfree tif char*£K aiw"S»ied__,
A?-.-v .-.'.{ :.    aUrt-A  i"  -he   .Uti*j..te     A**- ^-*ff^»J-»-- -*- a.;-.;-*:. -*'J"-
«..« .. __                                                        «__»   ST. imM   te etmaetatetrii ottat* tht I
poor with-wit *\nv timipeius»Eh>n. *ta£. iismaartatsagkemniaBatratiaetmsmeaok.    i
_* wrf! i-rfuKjuish ai ciMBt to f«» |»--j W** «"• m**f "^fj^Rjjy
s**rih*ti by any Art   Jtheu the service 1 "   *' j
tbeCastoots offices ,A th** Kettle r*.ver
distriet made nutports of Hefcoa in-'
stead of as now <-tportj? of New *VYt-**t-
miBster.    To *rh<*_ this pti»p*i*is:u-.*a '<
tbe cocmcil ot tbe R**s**ia«i botstd at
trade b petilionine the Dew_sia_ gwr-
erauienl  to nia»»:e tbe ofB«s in tbe ■
Kettle river distritt mlporlB ai  Bum*
Ui>i-   Tfeere ss *f»s*:*fi;t.''ly r.*> sense m
eitb«T of these pn-r**sit»c10s. j«id it »
to be hoped tbe Ow-iini-*- K*>Twtmr_8
Onder these   cintimstanees   it   is
fciniiy ne«»ssary t*> pi.nnt out tbas tbe
•-xjpeoses actarhed to the perfi>rinjince
of socb duties. wooM eertaiaiy j»wa_*»«r
up ao sniaEI a s«ui._ $S•'».«. thus km iri*2
the lordie&l is_n wilbosit «-n»f»M_;»ti,*n
Ttir his se*n1r»-js.a st.ite of affairs hardly | [jy^j mMb. mfc^ ottkiaAtt. £*.
THE .
twKii .'rank l»Mj_t Tion- IStmaAlasei!
Jaais N. Lrn-A. tains Hawses* m kmti l
. . : -. xr .-_-_ :'. S. -.-.- I.,.-:-. i.i -err,.
jiihiii'fTini kgr am&met" eaaaaaA. The te_MM»«
«ra*Sfc__i*tthtism&mnuthrtames _. Ijiwh !
aari Thm>_. BmmOhn-y marbtr sa- anaw et I
lj_** Htnatecr —_» vat jay a_ r_U«
a_i to mtesa-tHiebtsiae Ifce siii ina bubo *■
<**>niji_taf*{e wish his j-vi»erai   treifare.
TV iestst   the  j2*»r,*rnu-ect  i-otiM do I
w»uki ba So a_*.**a* all r'-AsooaWe ei-
;•*-_*-» for tbe pij^fi-J-rmante  of these:
JAMES JL LYXCIL
THOMAS HIUFKEEY
will reo-srnae the neoe-sj-yof e-rvat;rj: .UiEi-j-s. and accept the SBTfiw of the
one of the offiews in tbe Kettle Ri.er -netjital (-ntrZ.li*mer m i-omrjeiwatioB
dbtrirt a fion of e«try ""Oie iiap-ttrt- f.tr the alkiwaraosr of tfM, and lo socfa
aaoeof tbe district warrants M__ being L po{i<*y we aM__»rn_ thetn.
dwe.   in tbe event >^f «orh a cuor»(  #	
c<*< t-e*nsr adopteri. it inasters nn
little wbk*b of ibe two purls of e»ui
tht atton «*f th - diss™-: j*_v atta.-fc,
to, NeLsfjiB .*r R .ssSand.
NOTICE.
The First
i*aa o-i mj en ,4 ArtEJStr.v&tf |
|_g uiiicJ, ati«i i am now pc*^
pared to SH (Mdns for this "Cetefcrata. Rrm;
of Fl-wr" whi-*h «»rrW afl the First Prize at \. .
Ww6_tate Exbtl>iii.>n	
Don't vou think a plate
t* .       <x
of Back wheat Cak-js
«■__   l<t si.*e   : -
bna__Ml ?   I hive th* jrentiine Wisconsin Seif
Rtsttuif FKrur in 21V»p»j:ktH.s.   .   .   .
Speup.
To goVith the cakes l^fZ.1
by the (iisart **r jratk _.   .   .   .
Pwe W hite Ctoter tiomey "m 2£h jLbt*.
Ye Ohtaa Tines .tolasse* pas up in tjusan __a
nude aod jf»iarante*d pone  hy AWi*n*ler   i   »...■.
New Orfejatts. Lv.    .   .   .
J. HOCoBTioo--.
DEALER IN GOOD GOODS
Cub* I* nrf vmaams est the few rf A»r_ I
.- .  '. -jj.-ij - -"j i'j.*.-.  . -,i
ba _.: bwahi "Ol ' <r -rt._ -
IMS, _ iaa»S «*rt»J man, with rtfo jffirie to i
-Malln-Mtra Ito-asja sttatOier.'
itxtx membm-afsalhf tors**c. Dm, :
OSOYOOS MIXING DIVBSIOX.
»? pntfcn-r anI pit}_K eipraami. «aa__t Utol"
saaaa i. * at.
i>.*j\-it» mccvasg.    ;;
Fjutiw*. R. C.    (
Mineral Act. !S96.
Steps are heiiig taken by sho-fe inter-
--*.-•'.•.. g-'•; tbegovernmeBtto eit«tad
.be boundaries, of She Osoyows mina^
dinsibn, so that'tbe uew _ji_tnge_m|B|
ouTwent y ii iie ereek wil^W entbra«vd I CeititECate    of   1 EnprOVementS. |
Our tegnatxAatm in the fkmioaam\wJttum^stsmBats.   At preseat these
CAVT ATTEND TO IT
- - HARDWARE •
Chambers & Co. Vernon
paHt-" metis Mr. Hewect B»'«t*.*ck. riui.5. ■
tiie staseaaens a few tiaysag.- whtfe ad-
dress-ip? a   K»i*tenay  audience, that t
mm rea*'*n. j»nd pr»>bab{y tbe priiuripaE.
one. why be fa toots extra repre*-    I
M:-7-
eanipsare jas* hey**d  tbe mestera
liot*_ii.!.ry of  the din-ten, and *>•«_»*-
u-iieflSSy   those   interested   t'jere ar*f
»bl)*-^d   to jnoraer many  jnjie*.  to
liMEite   t.-_,-s  t.i    sraj_ja.*t  l.tissness
tioa bjj-iBg^ivee Yal^K^rtenay-Cari- whOe quite dt*se at baoid are theofflke^   TAI    •„ .      , -   ,■ ,,,  ,..   ,- ,
boa is that the prei-ent coBStiioesey f,„-1be Gofei Cooiai-i^-er and Minime;- »   PA**i- aah^ an leva* fc-r OtoitnU
issoeuer-jsive.be bu**.!*-. thxme Rewrderof thoOmymm divisw*. tt'itt^tttttt^.ttrttri^Z,::?^; Z'i.
tbe  r*^^e-s•    between   lbe  sif.i_cs of!   ,.   „  ^„    .,_.. „       .     ...  ..__>.>■< Jste  BswtMtor Ur**   jik.   •■
p,riiao>ent.   to   ri**,   ASthotA ^ttm-l -TfcW- "" "^ ^"^ "^ *»IS-ft?lA »-*-*:   -r^-****!
Voticts.
! _.^T or THI LlKI  |R___i
Ct-iUL
^:aa:e -_ ;be Setstli Sjiw 3C_a« B>T_a„e *f
Til« 9_-r*t W"*«re iieauei;- *.«cf
Lata i.ir;.
Dealers is Shelf ai4 Heary H_niwjpp.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES,  TINWARE
: Jobbing' Tinsmiths _n_ Piumbers :-
etc.
t '.- :r:- :e..-_'. lie
- '.'-.;tzr..-.xc ,- r. *-. ■■_    .."Ae
. *TlebaBgeustmght..*x.tf ,he i*i__p_|!&*^^fS_*^_*9jl' * ** K^*
_  , ol wmea cs that tae westers booml
r _st«oescT. aud so find oot tbe needs    ,-.i„ji_=,: r     ..  »_,   -    ..
of the •*«_&. ' °l thf *TB*0B te 1**,,* ^«!»a*3ab*e oy i    Arf f»-te a,, sotx* _as «ntoa. iw&r
l"r,T""r- sww-pertors. as Use &w is uot jsorveyed j ^^taw *C ■■»» **«.tamamtmii httm she
In _n_Jng ibis statement, nndoabt- ;* or *n anr war marked bv aaturai fi
(ACETYLENE GAS
edly Mr. Rjeiotri uttered what is absolutely troe, -rfaj.. tb-st he *raa_ot in
tht* time at btsdisi*.*sti visit e-rery nook
ar-deorcerof histxHssti* :-r. y. Whjut
bettor jur^tiute-t is needed ther' I n
to fosve t.» the attentioo of* parfiaiaer.t!
tbe icaiwtiiate newss'ty i}' pionMiag
Kcoteaay whh a Eieoit*-;. by a read-
JEstKient of federal represejitatk-a.
th-ii this i nr, to cia-uta_wwiy a«i-
va_--ed hv Ur. Baste—.
BADLY NEEPED.
As p*>ta5eii  stmt   rei-enthr  ra  (best
eohnEtts. S>j->otl"= rn Yale is badly in
z.-z,[ ■•!' a V--.ert_sry (.„»;><*;, 7. [j-:.
I'iirlstie. of Greeaw.;»'i.i. '-',r-.- rr_-
dered his res%Ba_)_a s»'jie iinse ajeo.
That the laattej- is aa j_g>-ct co?
can be ratbered from the fael that it is
hotoriuus that gjataiers are fmeraiefst"
tm the other side of theiine, and that
st>v:k is constantly p_ssing into and
oat of the raited Stales, and that
: -.'s •.. . " .* '.-.' -.'■ - ■ •'Tt '.:-
not !peid icy attmtit._ to ati
present, to defe_a_oe as to whether
they aie in a healthy state oe aot.
ApAtt from th_. then; ate Jssevtsed
aniituis is this d_tri>-<; wbkh ate- net!
i-eeeiviag atteatson at tbe hawks of a
*__J«_ praetitiooer. thereitie. .: a
i*oEy reasiv'OibJe to sriptoise that If tto
general i*tt;i**nak of gfauuinrs takes
plate, at {east tbe disease wili not t*
stamped oot if ptjtesens e».)_iit*>c«s _re
afcwi-d to conthiae.
Just why —MaatiuritfBa •:■  an «Q_-
toey in !__ stiasser we van __n_v
timk-Mtand. for as a nrfe »i£.**y s*r_«(-at.
uenoaes are takea S - jrra*isi-ate the
disMas- ei gtaiairts. wb*_ it is k_*wt-
«..* tftjat ia- a_T se«r_kj*B«f tbee«»sa;ry.
Tor asatter sbostSd he fceorasrht t»> tbe
atte&ttoa of tutor repeesectative. Mr.
Heweti Bcwtntk. by wraetsof stork at
-rare, and an _rg*-ns aprtj-ai c .: it
he use his u-__*aee to hsx- a tvm-
peteat Veteriaiuy latsfwijuc appemt-
*d wttbost Attar.
: :*-- - .-i-'v- -}.-      .zn-    ■:' -, .- .■-,-... .
rhain uf nnonntaiiiiS. or a watershed.
T.i remedy this tswee who will  peti-j
tion the govertnuwaa  wiS ask   that'
Twenty JlSecreed which r_a-s atai»j_;
■:-; • north aad sooth, he-mad*t»__rk |
tbe wesien* lisait of tbe new dirtsien, t
so tbat ail •____ located on the east
hank of the tvsek can he reo»t_d at'
On    "s.«»r p-resectlyat Fsime-rr,and?
...    '   :'r. ■   ■-..■.:   ''r.r'x  '■.   ;- ■■■ zt_-,\   -.:
tiraaile t'reek. as at pet-sent
Tbis wouM ewasiy simplify nsa.;.-  _j
and wooid certainiy facifiuii»iheti__-i
saetion of baaness for a lusts an -iy • ■:'
__n whoareet^aged in the deretop-i
meat of what is prorin^t to K* a rtst. j
n__eral territory embraced trithai a I
radios erf a few ■__« of Keewsne**-.
"■-j   _ _ sitoatedii! tbe center of the)
l mr Si—jjilkaneees raBey. so In speak. I
Ti is to be besped thego>r«nu_ent wffi|
.*."•*■ the (juestioo fiinoraMe c-.-otsaies^;
aiiwn and jEraat she peayets of tbeir I
petit twueis.
_«ii_**is «f sisth Ck*-*—_ai<* et Imgewixtentam
Daeei •:-,■* mat *»» ••*. Jaanao Ml
nt_S 1£. KISBY. P. L. „
mc
-* fit* wa  tie ettiacates aaa     -,
yemoes. teih.<■*«■• ir(ti.aim     I
t: I ns 1 Ox lias r> tr j ■» here-     t.
«<*t<<<<«<«C(C<Ct<ttC1;'t-e«'t»tCC«t<C-ifc
uD-'C.    Z.T.-Z. ".r.'.z-. Z-'-r '._.
aril tout confidence.
We solicit the pair nc
imi m
R H PARKINSON fl*^ orccrs '"cceiv'e cvr prompt aUerxtier.
^gj   todUteei and
—_=  Civil Engineer.
Financial.
Ifextl Estate,
Ijisiiranc«» and
\Iku*-g A^ent.
saM V< >I* A K V     PI* BLR
l •»« view Towiistte Asem.
... iii—ESS-..
R. H. PARKIN-sOX.
Jj3**t».ll*.
,*
jF*~mm**4a.«^.~m-s_r C '■'
a X—rttettr*. t±+Zi' "Z,~r:  rr'       -r
r^_   iliaMi      a i   *  '"
Orand Prairie Hold.
McLAIiJEX KI<OS.
GRAND PRAIRIE HOTEL
C-ilMj. B-C-
f\S direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   »
-   Proprietors.
C'seres^s^My.vil^rx'.-te Tr**li*.'T.*e,._
Wfll Treat Uad Ore*.
v..Lz yi ■ -j- j* ; -■•-: ■ ■* *
The Bank of
British North Afflerie.
ESTABLISHED iS-tx
Si.jtfniHrVJ.i.i :•_ ?.,:tL Ci-,v:,'r.
?a;*-5j CajKai      -      -      -     t*.it..i ISO
-    -    uaftjM
lata*. Luchiiiri srz
ieser-.t
,.,(   Zilf_ti.M C*J_.-t J J ' JjJJ;.!'
that peuperty for the n-rit 3 tnnxs-jbjs.
j" ;■:■'■:'.'. : :■ ::..-* •■-. tbe <•■ tcra^y
- ?*■•>■■-.".-■.; •."-.-■:"j.r *."J(r.*r:;-^'- *'?*i_.
-.-■ -rs! :';h- --"t-:-^^! utiles ir r.t-r
**!'". .1* »- l. rr-. ;. - - .,: :*e
|«af)r*tftieei ar'nsn-J AiEswojth. Mr.
S. R. 'fledfey. weil known in tbe Boaot-
essiy i'reek riistiirt is saBerinteorlent
-**K- ■"«.
' - -..tt- Hi .
. limited, as Xefa*;.o.
CtHrt 3*j*
JR.   sr.-*.'.: rf.   .*'n"   ."!_*-js  :'a:a. '__xsao_:ii
Farsfx. IziAafi E. tK"_, ifearr ; ? _-"-   :■'.:
a.*'*t-bji-.-». h ;  jS. _.-..ic. ; ; s-.i^*-
'j'Lr-j'jjr.::.-:.;.*. .r:.^.  L'   Mii.„^i._.
Ihaetnr, _ «i w__w,
H-mii •:_>:« a C-ukia. aft. Jj_*» _JfnnCnaL
HL STMUilUUI. i. EUWSLY.
CtfiMCai Jtuiuff-r. J-j..M.jJ;.jr.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE.
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
CAPITAL.   {PAID   LP   SIX   MILLION   DOLLAR^
A lnix\ of __s Bukte ^e?3 aped it 6fKjff9c. 1..
APPROVED NOTES DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS -   I
i ennui bi*»_i\g hi**.i*->>i* tRj'asACTan
 <D>-	
D. /\. CAMERON. J*1ar\ager.
MORE WORK LESS PAY.
Kor year1 pa_t it hastieets e5.ase*."ttuiry
6w the ip>'Vv?*m*_e_- i»> ertead femas-
iary asBBstat*:* ..; _k<_«_ prjetitiooers;,
ia sptarsejy p»ipci-ited d»t(K«j_ * here
the <woviitiii«_ wiete so>'h that a sat-
fi*r_a? in -im rfMtal hi nafljlaili il
t*> the _e«iie*al |im|ilin_m by the
pe*jp*-e id wa_ra_i sis resifien-re n_.ic-j
tb-HB. T_i> _:t>ic «.*f the p..»er_a.e-j*
wj_ dsttiseti by hcs'Ewi* n&HETes. as it.
wvaeki B/x &* to aJitt-yw .»j<e«MiJ>ioi of 5 fa*?
sne-tos .rf *.ii*",;ai_inac o«»_e i£ jakl to c_n
of tveiwssiiiy.
In *itue _»c_ai*"e* l_e jpeneniisty of
t he p:>reriirB»-at ._«* been. jaBii-serl.
w_ew*s io otltaer tasuiaD'ies tbe reetpi-
ents ot "he jprvercjtsijents "*»»r*y ka-ne
Ijeer. ooly K/jiifejserrin^ -**' z'c- ar.-.
Tit 'Mw'uu to-sts. *tm$.
taints, at., far salt at
Pt-tktn.
14 head of horses (tf which
4 are hear; draught stock.
10 suitable for Livery or stage
parpoKS.
I Thorough-bract? stage eoaeh
' i od express wagon.
Several sets of good harness.
Horse dothing. etc. eie.
-: ALSO :-
THREE RAi"E HORSES. «-aib«*e_)
1 yeans nil ia April next.   Sbwl --.
**Kej-tpT-x*ity*"si.ji. wiei:i faaoap_ liiii^ph
»>J15 lh»   Ptj'"...::'•".    Tit...  vf "hej^r  jijr*.
aol  ef weQ fan_  __res   and    Ikxii
peRtntisisEe-
F r -.•■'OTSsury ir J.irrj..«;;*..i .ip^'y *.•.
T. RL GOLRLAY,
Pext!..tgx. B.C
_!oii>m- fmzzt.rL EwnSw*. Twjoiji Kiaip-
•*. O.rt-a. Jbnraai. *i«««e. Sl J.jfc<i X Sl.
Bnaiiin. <Tia_jKy. M*"- To *£**r«i:«n. S R.
.■>...*•.*. N. s.. V .:... .*',.. V.ui..,iir-ii- r".:wm.i._
Sjt*a.. TtrxrZZ A*ii:r':c. Mil ..-'««ww;.. B*t;_
**.t«'^:a *'i:j. js.jjntj._A*. N. W T.
I^t3*5 :"s lie ffsitei Stase_
sj>'^ sj;.*    Tru:-;r* Vs:j;nis* RsnJt. -irtti t'Sit
Ni.:.x-n,iJ Edjti.   >".- T.*rk: t_ Wj«_ **s«mi.
■f-LiataiBiiJ C. W«i.-*.l-*p:it^*.   S,ln J>_-
.'wjiK UH Su,r,*cji.j rr.j-.ef;. H. U. J'. iZiXiiiaixni
uiii ... !jL i-JUJir;*;. won.*;'. .i*w*i*.+.
lec'taa Ka_ter_
Tae Swt4._ &i£'_-iii ami Kisers. Gtja It Oi.
iexifrt AfaatA.
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xm i ,,zm_ i'ldr-ri-'ni M'.rra,!-.:,:
is. I ,:.;.;,; ,,*.: *':i..*ii, .4^r» ftlj. ,..
Wish   h.;.jj-.   fulonai;   E»ia_    H-iicts.
P'srjjuuni. ___■ _ Oks    Lj'jnit. (.'Sieifia Lf »_.
J.ANDERSOX, Myr.
Btecaarood, B. 0
XOTICE.
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FULL LINE
OF DRUGS*.
Dfwggiste Stwdries,
Patent Medkioes, Etc.
$ Miller's Pharmac>f Greenwood,bc. I
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(**HKX at NHwaty.«_ > twi; fr-e-'tet
Em
ac*ytfctii-£ si!3.e ffj*^ SistBtKe sti>veptpe.
jlrjim*:' :**..v*.. tfj»i*rju_ied urwo ri.xrf
sheet-nx. h*.t jwj frirn_ee fis8«r_s.
pa_»p ax;n^. p a ?*i-t ianythina in
stet;.__i.i-fc it;-. Beist of wotttatuir
sfeip I'-aiWnaeJ with naniemte thtXfpa
i_ir_atrt-t_
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY. KETTLE RIVER.
Rrsfi Ctw Axxooxmm&atlmh  fnwui RaMtag;  Tei ari-W af Bhy *^E'S
sr-j'ta M _(.i_l W.KAtQ-ewjei.
McAULEY A KEIGHTLEY. Proprietors CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
(pacific route.
OUR OTTAWA LETTER. SpOkdOe Falls
BaffeB-Jkat the Bci-iirh mmxtiM ...C_  ftOftlierflf
in feiifcr-r !i_6  par -_;...tmt«i w- '.'«•****
*&*»:,-.-«*.-.-- u:.ii .-_!y w^i \e!son & p^rt Sh-ppard,
Now is Youf tooe
<_■•>
To Get Bargains.
*—>
nest
aad      ^
T
to r-i.   IV BtiriA .*■*_!•'*■< biT---?
- - AND - -
i_.^  r ..■__:; ^c^-^Hr^i arz.-z  :.:•'   . .'.s....j
ot the Oi——i—-c pc-.__.-t   tzzti «vw *xt-
Red Mountain Railwav.
i--*.i~ jjcwarwi w £•{_•:■? s - --'£ ^srsstr
pcM5»'«_ n.'C* -.h*«r ■■ci-.:-> ta st* ii"-
We have bought out m_nu_ictun_rs
sunples of gentlemen _ nn* caps and
ZZ—rtt.-: rr.kts. a; ■zr.zt.s tt<< ::*.__, h_It'
their actual value.	
wearers wat eartj -j-^   jj-jy  -jjl^fl  roaw. *_it_-
Roate
Mfc iMfff-il. B^tt-
Bostaa. Si* Tv- u>
Jl Inters, European.
Mi fceifle Coast Points.
oat e___ge af ears, between
Spokane.   EossI__d
DAILY THA EXS.
:- ''.■«'■;- v*. a-r_. *> :•ons * ?cra
l-Vila-n-        *«_Brr> Eljj£:ta-j_.
t-i.;-  '-•(..!':«   Nin-i-i  ir. 11*13 _. rr>.
****   ''.c**js'f..i*s   *..*  St*."  azzr
■1X1-.
STt. ABERDEEN ^F:n;
. Tix'-tiiar xal _iit-t»/. an_.ii*; :'in-
iv_a craw _ Oili_**_i L_ufciiif !ir   s_» pci*.-*-** *h*r will rei.i-f.**
a J_wa.*a «* j«m aa_. _i«   3r_i_   *L*iin__-i *
■nel
i T-itiia -a ami t-im An EV_i: Cwwt
i_i __•:
?initJa.
ane Ewurjmaw*- aiaifnnuHr juis—s.   c.tsi 'CtlL:y     (
Xt^-li  ti—1_. flilui.  WtiT-
t xxazoLAS An- naBsjktshFr_>
asfi. —Rrit'ta: retarcss re-Jf-nrei j.n sh* ~-     ■...   »    *** ~      y
D*ff_:_c.*iir.,,« Trui* .-ami Oj_j_*cw •md N^StHt. . . ^
_K*w t_e part tkixt t'lMMufca its u_f_f
l-jappi'vim-: st* BiKc_fe. -iec-i-i ''<*■•
io»;ti pC'J-i'';-''-'*. ciic-;'.':'.: .sr.*." "_w c
t_» iairy.  T^* t..c._ caasaaqaaa ■
't-SSi-c z (rrt'ir. D*"*s.i --"- I**Bt» «v
:>.':'*'«! -V-... s- -i.i.s •-* ri-- i*» jl.aai-.Li
it- m.-hsu! ;t*r- .* ;C''.-'r..'ji .7 '-- -"-
L__:*s*»I __ri*-; _**■*:.„■;  -*.--? ;c-*: ■'-•>.
JtBlIct* ..'iHliI'.Si'.'C  '. ~    *"-*.''*     "   *-'.'""*
st* --tj_*;iHi*r xclZ deirirs. :■*'._* : -'■*"-
■iCT-ifi* wSiheaMeso *_ st*t-* Ji_i
,y ..!-_,.■ ,.^.
Oeeat Bpitjain m
iJi.*4JHC -wr.s.   '.-    -*1"    ui3?.-*'i':w..
.i_ii ii RHi i.iwl*iI *wtB-
The W'-sk "T Fisr» tt_llti .■>---
Thise *^'_ss_w^ i^i-pwisBSJoaisJSj? wfa> an?
=i>in:c.:t;re>iii a* m :Z- ;*-i_3y acJ
ie".; si>
s
Real Pepsian Lamb C.[B[
Bokhara Lamb Caps at
ALi the**: w j'.. .*. :r :""-
Western Beavep
zzzzz UM 4 $a.00
-    -   -   S6.00
_:* _: S: :.*: *.:■ S:f ■:«:.
Sd.00 & S6.00
Picif C«« fmu.
■ rr    ■'-'• -.."■'.-c*    1.*.   N-'*j.ji  w:*'*f
■•st'Ws   '"yti.t.: "1 ji . •• * p Kijj*i.   ).-•: 1.. X <•..-!:. sv
fisit* c**r _r _
■*is-*--£.rs   * r   S-*rr''*    K '.*-f    i*.:
?..;-':.i-y I'-*-*   ;• . ,.-:r    11.   Kir,.-.*
»".*.h •*• 1*--' i u. y.
O. «K DIXOX.
. a._r. *.
T'^ijxvt ami  ;itir*i»y
?.ji*:--. sii*   cc'lttt*
Actual value $iaoo to StvCOs
Xhodfl assortment of >oJcafle_ KlotMtike   t.s at less
thda hdH their real value.
Wombat. African Buffalo and Calf mitts at 55.00
A::*...._ v.u.e ::'..':;v :h:*- pnoe-.
surrihs
-- **-- t"--^
armliiomait .-_*.. luru-jMB* ia.'..lautauft.   y,;,rtvwftS;, i_K&t ]£__st* wail pet*_l
aa,L _k rnsiHUB- -iwe-if «m»*_i m   ^^ ^^^^j,^  1?TM,   tfe   WaWEn*nS
mask by Kr. M. V". Mc__w_ rwm-
ayiil -m  —  •--""   *^c'*    -tt'zr-iti-n a*?*- a:  Dwr-M.
H* sir-*: -!e 5!«C tk- tt__b*ar s:^ sett-!
ires etora tb* TBiWiJSfcHws was &xtbk f
ftkS-Mk,     B.B.
laMa  Afffls- StwHuwi.BE. a C. tg^^|-wpeff»iiM_. tvo-. an_ m ISt?
«M»
E J.C«r*».
IkMUlcarafa**!
|k«cast#f awtw-ri.Md
fc« figartns. *^»a *>«t tint
al kinds af
W. H. WEBB,
*a__ Practical -*«*
m KW CSRRIS5E
BUILDER.
Saige-  aiaaBBw wb_ arxxtv m.     aa •   a rj      /-•
:r-'_ *.£-*   L-ai'-'i-*   *j-c      >-     iUlflWaV,     D.    V.
Hae aaiatai ext«e_e_ tt—t *J- Hl» -a
ffl.get :*as. b t**'•■■■ * = '•' --^*"-
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ea-KtiiT srtt.frs *il**-te t_vna*ite '--".•
sbf r.x-'zz.::-. :•? _ *.h- i'ai'.ni Sue*! j-
MB w-j_ P!^|am l__«'&3:_8t in-
ccaic -a r.t:-^t   * z..-r:  x__     _r -r
WXSOtZir -?'
b*.r-ijir S5.ir,e*.
TV  aKKV—K—i from   the  Trtrf
St__sttcaljr_iitai ____y aad t te*
_*-*«■ ti-ft Bf A fcss tbaa 3WWI* feafbt
ai®aap*»_«ati«»««<»a™'«'J' to w-^s*
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Hp-:-i_*» Ilf-SSHI :•: Lis^f. r. .„„, *;.l»j«* .-j .
Stalks, - Uk - Eie.,
be porehased at Um
Irani Forks Sawmill.
IEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
Fiftws^ il Per Uii -:•
K. Simpson. Prpp. J
. A. MUffi 4
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enlists and D?aggjsts «,
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GREENWOOD |
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Is I heCenl ral Town and Supply Point of I he Boundary
Oreek Mining Oatnp$. From Ibis New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
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Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely
For Price of Lots and Olliei
nd are a Good Investment.
Information, .'\ddress
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Bound'.ry Creek, B. 0,
Or Apply to Agents,
C, F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A.  K.  Stuart,  Vancouver,  B. C.
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stock Life nnd
Accident Insurance.
Issues the best life insurance
conracts in the world. No
dis.-ippointr.tent as to dividends. Everything (itiaran.
teed in advance. Premium
rates, ig t;i ix, per cent less
ilur. those of old line Mutual companies.
ASSETS, . . .
January 1st, 1S97,
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LIABILITIES,
SUM'LUS   . .
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17,020,260.2 •*»
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Death Bonofit     ....     $£000 ; fm
Loss nf Bight of Both Byes       .      0 ; 1,0*
Losnof Both fool iii'Kni'i Sands    5,000 Lot
Ijojjs of One HjukI and Ooo Foot   j*',"1"' , 'j('*
Parmanont Total blsabilty 2.5D0 I l--1*
i.f Right HjukI      .
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of either t'ooi
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Liii)its of Weekly   Tti'lenii'ily §1,300.
AXD, If such injuries are sustained while riding .is a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or  electricity as ji
motive power the aiuonnl to lie paid   shall bcDOUBLE tile
specified 111 the clause under which the claim is made.
sum
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A  YEAR    TO    PROFESSIONAL*   AND    Bu.SINKSS  ♦
Mi:.\,A.\*ii Commercial Travelers. f
0thei'_um3 at proportionate rates ♦
"W. 3B3I_ Noi*i4s, I
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH• COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B, 0. ♦
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GOOD ACCOMODATION^ EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Qeo ti. Skeehar*       -       -       -     proprietor.
FALLS HOTEL...
THOS, WAKE
PROPRIETOR.
The   hotel   is   centrally   located and  is  a  stopping  place   for   stagi  lims
Good fishing in lhe vieiuity.   Good Blabllng,
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar,
SITUATED AT -   -   -  UOU.vDAKV KALI s, li. <.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH & MbLBOD, PitorKiEWKK.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings.etc. All kinds of factory
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.
Sawmill on Okanaoan  Lakh, Handy to Shii-ment.   Sash and D001
Factouy on 0. P. R„ Vehnon.
Hnfpl   ■       ^•^T   Headcluarters for mining men
visiting  the  Christina   Lak
district.   Stopping place fm*
stages  on  route from
Marcus to Boundary
CH.Thomas, Prop      • creek points.
Cascade
CASCADF CITY, B. C.
KSTAHI.lsn km    IBQ3,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
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fo ty
1E. G. Prior & Co.,  I
,.. . Of Victoria, ^
Carry a fuil stock at Vernon of...  fo
fo
Brantford Carriage Co's Democrats, /|<
wagons, Buggies and Carts. fo
Massey Harris Binders. fo
Toronto and Brantford Mowers fo
and Kay Rakes. fo
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and Walking
Co's Gang,
'lows.
Sulk
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REPAIRS
R MACHINERY
BY THEM.
Agent at Vernon,
H. SCHULTZ.
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THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (!laus Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Tei minus of Stage Line
troth Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
The correspondence between the late 1 JPjfJLJ.XV Y X *C# YV
governmentand those directly Inter-1
ested in the construction of the V. V. .   . ■,•»«••• -
j-b. railway from Penticton to Boun* Commercial and Mining men should put
dai-y oreek, ims bu-,. ciiieii for i.y t th   FairvieW Hotel when in came
member of the provincial Ingislrtqre, *-"-mjp.
and as soon as it is brought down, the
mystery surrounding the building of
this road should be cleared Up, and
the people of the province, nnd es*
pccinlly those tl.is district, given a
true idea of just how far r government, through their predecessors,
Stand coinniitted to Messrs. iMcl<en/.ie
„ Mann, and how far these gentlemen
stand committed to carry ml the undertaking according the terms of
the provincial charter granted to the
V. V. B. railwaypromotoi-s, who nli-
sequeutly disposed pf their franchise
to them,
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Surveying for the 5melter.
('. A. Stoess, who was stationed
here by Manage.' Aldridge, of the Trail
smelte r 11 the iminelise miiounf
of preliminary work, preparatory to
starting active work on the Cascade
smelter, has been employed at it for
the last, four weeks. His investigations have been universally satisfactory
in cry particular, and the local conditions by actual export examination
have been found to suit the necessities
ol'sii.ii ji great undertaking to a degree.
Mr. Stoess found by personal examination that the clay to ba bad here
is admirably adapted tu the mamifac*
ttire of 2,000,000 brick that will be re
quired in tlie construction of the many
buildings needed for smelter purposes.
Mr. Stoess has found by careful hives*
tigationsliineroek enn he had in ample
qu.iutitics within two or three miles
of the smelter site.
This week jMr. Stoss lias been running lines and taking levels for the
flume which will be ...-i-dtii furnish the
water supply for the smelter. This
Hume will be a mile long', Iat lenst two
.ind one-ball' feet si.imre, and the intake will beat or nenr the dam now
being constructed above the cascades.
—Cascade Record.
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Oovernrnent Assay Office.
Home time since the managers of
luniks on the const pointed out the necessity of the govcrniiieot establishing
ji . j. ,-ny office in V:iiicouver, so that
miners returning from the gold holds
of the north, could gut an official cer-
tilicjite. showing tin- quality of tne
gold dust in their posM'ssiun. Such
certificate i.s absolutely necessary before the holders of gold dust can exchange it and Ketfullvalno in cum no-
iil the banks.
At present this can be done on tbe
other side of the line .at Seattle or San
Francisco, and as a result, nearly al!
the gold dust coming froni the ortb
finds it way inli, the I'nited States,
very much to the detriment of this
province, for where the guld dust is
exchanged for currency, there much of
the money is natninlly spent.
Now that the Alien Law is in force
this institution is very much more of a
necessity t ban befojfe, for it wiil never
do to oblige citizens of the Doniinion
tu pass across the line so that, they can
evpeditiously realize u|>oii tbeir holdings in the shape of the precious metal.
This was forcibly pointed out to the
government ji lew days ago hy a deputation which waited upon tbem, therefore it is only reasonable to suppose
something will soon be done iu the
matter.
 rt.	
Battle at Hanilla.
On Saturday the 5th inst. at about
8:46 in the evening, the long looked for
trouble came between the Americans
aud the Filipinos around Manila, and
as a result the Americans count their
loss at over 'M killed and wounded,
while il. is said thousands of the Filipinos were killed and wounded or taken
prisoners.
The immediate causa of the battle
was the advance of two Filipino soldiers on an American outpost, of the
Nebraska regiment. When the American sentry ordered tbem to half, they
refused, and he fired. Immediately a
signal gun "'as tired by the Filipinos
and an attack begun on the Nebraska
regiment, which attack soon spread
and became general between thn outposts of both forces all around the
city. Firing continued throughout the
night, with an occasional cessation pf
from half an hour to an hour at. a time.
At daybreak the Americans began a
vigorous advance all along tbe Hue,
and were soon pressing buck the insurgents ine.cry direction,maintaining
steadily theft' advanced positions and
capturing the villages of San Juan Del-
montfe, Santa Ana, San Pedro, Macati,
Santa Mesa and Loniili.
In this movaineiif the war shi| s lent
assistance as the Charleston and Oallao
shelled the insurgents positions on tlie
north side of the city while the Mon*
ndonk sin l'ed thisc on the south side,
the 'nsurgent position hav'ng been
previously accurately loeaied
The Washing Ion, California I'ansas,
Dakota and Nebraska regiments dis-
tingrtshed themselves during the battle, the Washington. California and
Nebraska regiments especially,
up
-   LADNERS,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
OUR   Specialties— Varieties Profitable in Hritish Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TKKKS,   PLANTS AND VINES?
Send for Free Catalogue.   >   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
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RAILWAY OR NO RAILWAY
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^V ONE THING IS CERTAIN
We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, ami
in a few days will be able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets        Chairs and Tables   Lounges,
-   -   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   -   -
ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS AND OE5IQNS
ANO AT PRICES tVHICH WILL DEFY COMPETITOR
We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND   SUNG MACHINES.
T. M. Gully & Co., - Greenwood, B. C.
m0^vom*hW9__r%m_0%__m_l_n4*0^_0mh
THE
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Creek, B. <-'•
We have jwst opened tin* ahove lintel a Greenwood City, ami •*»-■! -(repnivd
to welcome. Riiests and provide good accommodation. Oood Catering. I'»s
class Livery Stable.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR
BROOKLYN   HOUSE.
QHKENWOOI) CAMP, BOUNDARY 0REBK.
Good Accommodation for Travollurs, First-class  Meals Served
Oood Li very Stable In connection.
Faced. Gvaf,   .   Prop. ;.-f;|il(jikLANI) DISTRICT.
WOttl Wi»y''i  H,'at*'t* M'*- W- I'nwera
|4«» top to Sjaikane, on Inwiness
«MMet«d **th bis sawmill interests.
Mr. 0. R. Naden has withdrawn his
tCOdtndfWigiiatinu to the municipal
botti fl|s#reenwood City, and as a
I satisfaction is expressed.
tr is on the ground and the
1 is  being  prepared  for a
j^'jgfhich  is to be erected on
mott, of a sixe 23x40 two storeys.
NoeOMtmail has been received over
the PenUciton-Boundary Creek route
finee* W«* ago yesterday.   This is
fa mmStttt the Okanagan lake lieing
jirilry Nicholson, J. P., of Camp
U4a\\mm*f, was a visitor in town on
Friday «pd Sutimliiy last,' Mr. Nichol-
" everything moving along
in t_ttfi|Kr nicely.
heing St. Valentines day,
mple of Midway will pay
  8t. Valentine in a grand
j^H ■___ will lie given in McNicol's
iM&tatke evening.
: |hv ftf. 8. Keith, lias la-en a|ipninted
JtmtOmVt and collector by the Green-
ii|ii|C|ty council. No better choice
;BtttJ|jave Ix-en mude from among
OMipWotxl^ many citizens.
:«'J'.McNicol, one of our local inercb-
Wftt, toft on Friday's stage for Spo-
|jJMM> Before returning to Midway he
Sil^ to successful in putting through
jfiliMM'tunt mining deal or two.
»|jWockadc over the Penticton
■Mi) route still continues as a result of
Ihilweiing of Okanagan lake, so con-
MMMtly thc only mail matter arriving!-the district is being brought iu
byway of Marcus.
Maiy men and teams are engaged
glltoillip the ice crop, and from the
anowth'-iiig taken from the Kettle
fifM*, It would seem as if preparations
•M tofog made for a buisy season, by
•NlifBf Midway's citizens.
i'i.'jttrjKltni as timber can he procui-ed
t^Jjiltoprietors of the St. Louis Uotel
tit0m\i McKinney, Messrs. .1. Lynch
M_$ McDuff, intend enlarging their
pNa_trCs.su as^to meet the growing
demand for accninmodntion.
A large hotel is In-ing built near the
pojii f T i i nt;  Mile creek witli
Similkameen. There is a good
of travel in that neighborhood
consequent upon the activity in
lines on Twenty Mile creek,
Hidden change fot the better, and
weather, enabled Mr. VV. T.
paou to make his appearance
doting the past week, he having suf-
ieiently recovered from his recent
•Mere illness to take a sleigh ride a
day or two ago
jjpiring the past week Dr.R B. White
•Sl Mr. B. II. Parkinson of Fairview,
pitS a flying visit to Boundary Creek.
aMBing over on Tuesday and returning
ttkbe the next day. They were laith
igiwably surprised at the gri-at change
*J ii wood City since their last visit
town.
ii- the first time in six years Oka-
,n lake is closed to navigation,
is the result of lhe recent very
■ere weather. As a result. Boundary
k is cut off practically from the
hem sectiou of the Okanagan
let, any communication from there
inuring to be sent around through the
ptenay and in by way of Mamis
way of Brookly and Cascade.
ie statement is generally made that
Midway Company have come te
arrangement with the C. P. R.
irehy Midway will la- made the
Isional point in this district, the
pany having donated te the 0. P.
400-foot right of way through the
■ay property to the west of town,
also station grounds, and some
Hh in, and a right-of-way tlirough the
townsite.
More Time Wanted.
hill is lieing introduced iuto the
incial  legislature having for its
* the granting an extenlion of
i, ot one year, wherein the selection
lands granted as a banns to the
luinbia and Western Railway Comfy lie made.
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A New nap.
7t) are indebted to Mr, Forties M.
lerby, P. L. S.. of Midway, for a copy
J a new map recently compiled by him
(fhich outlines the rivers.ereeks.roads,
ails and  projected railway routes
Ind the   route over which railway
Construction is now lu-ing carried on,
Tmiugh that section of country con*
allied within the area bounded on the
Birth by the 0. P. It., on the south by
lie international   boundary line, on
|e east by the Arrow lakes.aiiil on the
. by the Okanngaii lake, an area by
he way which contains no less than
■.00 square miles ol' mineral bearing
fcrritory, and of which we shall in a
future issue have   somnth ng to say.
To people living in tliis district and
f those who reside outside of it but ai-e
' interested in mining, more particularly
' in that section penetrated by the west
fork of Kettle river, the map will be
n valuable reference,
CAMP ricKINNEY NOTES.
iKi-oin our own Goirespondoiit.)
After several days of severe frost the
weather has moderated, and as a result work is being prosecuted vigorously all over and* around the outskirts of the camp.
On the Annie L. the showing of ore
at the bottom of the shaft, which is
now do .vn some 88 feet, is good, as
much more galena than was visible in
the surface ore has made its appearance, and the gold values have as a
consequence Increased, gold generally
accompanying galena in the ores of
this camp, to a greater or less extent.
On the Waterloo the drift between
No. 1 and No. 2 shafts has been driven
up to date about 40 feet, with the ledge
still looking wel).
Under the superintendence of Thos.
Donald work will be started next week
on the Dolphin and Shannon claims,
the property of tbe Shannon Gold Mining Company, which company was
recently organized in Spokane through
the efforts of Dr. Reddy and his associates, and of which company's stock
some 160,000 shares have been sub-
soribed for by parties in this oamp.
Having sunk 40 feet below the 100-
ft. level in the big working shaft of the
M innehiiha, the manager, Major Me-
gaw, has let a contract to Jim Mathers
te sink the balance te the 200 foot level
or IK) feet, and as a result the two
power drills are just kept humming
night and day. As poon as the 200-
foot level is reached, a drift will be run
to catch the ledge.
Negotiations are on foot for the
transfer of the Sailor and other interests of the Naden, McKntire, McDonnell syndicate, to a strong Canadian
corporation, and if the deal is consummated it will mean much for the camp,
and will at the same time give enhanced value to the|Rover claim,which
lies between the ".Sailor and the Carihoo.
Mr. Hickey one of the purchasers of
the Fontenoy is in camp, and it is
pleasing to note that Mr. H. Cameron
lias received the-first instalment on
the purchase price of the Fontenoy,
which he sold for $20,000.
The new main working shaft on the
Cariboo has reached the 800-foot level,
and drifting for the ledge is now the
order of the day.
A company is being formed in Spokane tn work the O'Shea claim.
Messrs. E. James and Tom Baby are
still sinking on their I'audra claim
which lies about one-half mile north nf
the Eureka and next to the Alma. The
ore in the bottom of the shaft, looks
well and the ledge i.s gradually gaining
width. This property will lie heard
froni in the very near future.
A few buildings are in course of construction, and people are moving
around as if they have an object in
life, and with this J I close this
week's budget of news Mr. Editor,
 ► « 4	
Copper Advancing.
Not for many years has thc price of
copper touched such a high mark as at
present, and yet appearances would
indicate that the limit in price has not
as yet been reached. Those who have
been accustomed for some years te 10
and 12 cent copper, can hardly realize
that the price now stands somewhere
in the neighborhood o****16 cents.
That this price is a fictitious one,
reached by manipulation of copper
stocks, or as tlie result of ccmbines,
seems not to he the case,but rather is it
the result of so healthy a demand for
the metal, that the reserves are gradually being eaten up so to speak, leaving
the market in such a state that production cannot keep pare with the demand. Under these circumstances the
present price may not only obtain indefinitely, it may even reasonably lie
expected to reach a higher figure, and
this contention would seem o lie en-
tertained by those most competent to
judge the situation correctly.
Such being the case, how easy is it to
realize what this price for copper means
to the Boundary Creek district, wherein lies, as far as development discloses,
some of the most extensive copper deposits in the world. No wonder investors are turning their attention to
the Boundary Creek district, and the
influence of wealth is beginning to he
felt in the land.
Burnt Up.
Tlie steamer the City of Greenwood,
which steamer did duty last summer
carrying freight between Penticton
and Okanagan Falls, was burnt at her
mooring at the latter place during one
day of the past week.
Since the close of navigation men
have been living in the cabin of the
steamer, and it Is supposed the stove
they were using must have been defective, and so caused the fire,
The steamer which was never much
if a ImiiiI at the hest, was built at Okanagan landing in IW by Mr. J. W.
Bassett and was subsequently acquired
by Mr. F. B. Winnctt of Okanagan
Falls, Whether the boat was insured
or not cauiioi be slated.
ft MS GOODS®
_h_MM_
MMWM
PHOTO FRAMES
ALBUMS
INKSTANDS
Bound Poetical Works
JAPANESE SCREENS
CASE PIPES
POUCHES, ETC,
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wmwvwwmv
J. A. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VHiKNON. B. C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A*{«nt  For**)***
Thf, Royal Inburanck Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. op  North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Ooy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy us
Canada.
The Oominiof Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
(^,4*9*  ~**049*********®
[j R. MCELMON,
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER ST,
GREENWOOD B.C.
Q -oil Tools, Plenty Material
and 30 years experience
work correctly.
Material,    ♦
ce   to do    X
m
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.
Rest      $6,000,000.
President.:
Loan Strathcona anii Mount Royal.
Vice-President:
Hon. George A. Drummcm).
Genenal Manager . K S. 0LOU6TON.
Branches in London [England]
New York, Chicago.
And in the principal olttos in Canada,
*■■*■*»»
Buy mid Sell Sterling Exchange and
Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial
and Travellers' Credits, available in
any part of the World.
Drafts issued, Collections made, etc.
emamo
GREENWOOD BRANCH,
F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
NOTIOS.
Bullion Miki'ral Claim.
Situate In the Kellie River Mining Division
of Yale District.   Where located ; In
Greenwood lamp.
TAKE NOTICK lhat I, Forbes M. Kerliy
Ot Midway in snid districl, free miner's
oortlfloato No. 96S83, (or myself, ami as agent
for AiiK.n. Smart, Randolph Stuart, and Wm,
Graham McMynr, froo Miner's cerlillcate
Nns. HKIHa, 807.5a, and 14001 A, respectivcly.
intond, sixty days from tliodatc hereof, toapply
to the MlniiiR Rooordor for a cerlillcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of nlitainiiiK
a Crown giant.of tho nlmvoolalm.
Anil furilior lake noliee that action, under
section 87, must be conmionood before 'ho issu-
anco of such ouritflcalo of improvements.
Dated this 18thday i f .lannary. IM.
FORBES M, KERBY.
The Russell HardwareCo.,
_^m_^m_^_^_^_^_^_^_^^_^_^_^_^m_m_m_a_m_t————————————\*
Of Greenwood City, B', 0„ has just received a cat- load of stoves, mil in ihe as-
soi-liiient may he found every disciiplion of the stove from the hiRhesl class
range down lo the small tin stove for the prospector, A peculiar feature rt con
nection with this shipment Ib, that although you can chnosi from a g cat
variety you can only Ketone quality, 'The Best". As to pricey Well, con*.
siderinK the quality Ihey are Cheap 1 Cheapl! Cheap! 1! mid sn you would
say if you examined the goods.
-♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦—
■^Don't delay for the stoves are selling every day.s^—
Orders by Wail Receive Proiwit Attention
Keep
Your
Eye
On
This
Space.
htm
^he Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i:s
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire insurance a Specialty.   aB\^ZTatyT?Eli
THE*
ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD STAHUNC.  ON  THK  PREMISES.
Lynch & MeDuff   -   Proprietors, bUUNIMY UKhhK MININU ANU M'l LINli UUMKANI, LTD. Ll
B_l
Incorporated October 21st. 1896.
:■ '
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m
-
:.
_t__D   OFnCB ,   G-_Et_BJESJW W OOD CITY, B . O
Capitalization 11500,000, io Sl Shares, tarry Stcmk 700,000 Shares.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
	
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R, Big      d
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred DM S. F„ J. A. C, P. H., CS.&H.EC B,
Prospective,   Spokane  and  Granite   Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING CLEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
%
o
W A. BOt__0«>_
E. JACOBS
I COMPANY:
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i_H.E5gn&t fee tarn. *«_«wr*»a-lean, .'
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<pae_s iwiss. awa*ea__-*_ a __ ■ ok '
pwi Has n__ ba- In ogaaai ;
ap6iyeia-**ngi»iM>:he- ssr-foae ftijHf.'
fiwC A au-rewaer *n_t has tew;
sfratnla-j- —_-*$_&-< fhotwrnh.tarry- '
_^ email-ieraMe -nspptr pwrstes. aad '
raatsea?(the anaaa _*49* atasgor. aa j
whath- taaaet at 9* fee* __ jW» j
4*te_. Aveeajp- ****** (caiv^sS* jsfej ]
ami 1 H» aa_efitar.aa* *?_*6pi_i I
5Tj da_ _«». 2 faa eeot. roffa-r
t":e - >' 3." *,i* two rf___*r »-.--»
aaa S feet ai_». nhirh. (r«m. _* tfxfta
aadl nemoti ciaraefer aanAI j**h* "<*
fee the mate rem a* thai »a rhe- Ssc
I**-***, aBifangh «_V__- haa aa*
fawa 4eae to auabe IW* e*w*e&aw*_
fhe* *■*«*_ vein hat all prereaa a
xntth 'tit aaaiii rJ_-*-e fee*. __«»*»»
ha**vj_aera*n_Brnaa coW ha *U»
to |_S_at, wikfie a eacBMWV-teJi-r saatfi-
%«C»y __■_& Ss F-»far, JL E. far*
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&!*p «*_- «l raffer atari in» fftigeo,
tm wtbmh awefc a aaw *Wwac 4*a_ As
«»>***-»«>*• awrny jBav**-. cnM $i.3fc, jjg«e*r
M{ noes, coffer ILM far test- er
•M-ffi* _ivah»-
TW - Fe»*t r«.' «a_ lnra_>4 sa De-
enaAtnv HR aoses* a» icfmsii thr a
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bL   TVtt* ia a wui_ v«m af jeaieaa aa
ttmtkaxL
Tfe  **I. A. C" tea* » iWjee
i ny|i«ii'|g! naMNate tfceimj.) it fmau. '.be
AMrtnmdx. at a Atpeb ot a fern (ex*.
1_e ae» gae-ries a tmmvhrAltm fenaat
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_mJ DlA^a* tha__c*c*»aait lfc»*<__»** | feaafects, kal ae yee v*«T tatfi*- 4*-
m lii Tl   1  Iff r»Tai Tliul riim Him ,  inlnpaii at xrmt baa teem,  _hme am
: amde oa a voaa af fjmfee_ae.
F
1
Tkis e-Btpany ss r^istTed aider tbe
C-ir.p.-u'r**-**   Act.   :Soa  ___   iBEeni -.
acts, m Ae ofike of tfe« Rej^-r,.-   ~
V tctoro. B. C_. for 1.500.000 s&ares i:
5?.oa   boo-  assess_y_   of vitidb   _
poctioo of die T.nrs__rr shock is mom
oliera! si 10 cecss a share oe appt'ka-
c.-.t'er. :-- :h<r -:•' .r.t,-.r.v.
^
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Cer____£ ot   i n:i3KT>vetagits. *
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SEEDS !        SEEDS ! Too Want the Best and the Cheapest
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
Garden Seeds
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AT E.\5T£2\ reiCES.
Quality . .
THE 8£5T mHHKI.W
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MAIL  ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
tie •xit ntrirr n_K& »-jii*>** f**-**-^ *»* >'":i-
JM.TJ _a_» w»—a Catotene _»_* Sara <>___»*».
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HOG FESCIKS   AT   SP_*::a-
LOV PUCES
UU OTSZS Tj___ngs csia.;:
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tr#i«n J:nii!!t* 3€ D-*ii;n vaitT-j..;...  -
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TH*J"Mi- jv 3t?Si
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0.  & P. B. NELSON,
£:3 *»-?*.-_ »
TS ■kmBmkb a Ffeoa. 0_.. er •
Tte B. Gi-uaiflf Wire Ca. UL. Bim_oe mi
loortL Geoenl Jpai
Seed KcjftfeaEts. Se^cs. Wasfe.
JAJIE5 COOKS.  1aatre»t. C_aen_ A«tat far
Fcaoa{
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i_Clte   of   _«_|W>!>V_*_€_1-. «:-jrti§*NK«e   *f L*_f*r»ve_teat*.
for sale     Seed Wheat Fv Sale.
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