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II. No. 7.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. MONDAY. JUNE 18.   1900.
S2.00 per Year.
)l>.
sb. Soucitor. Etc.
Okkknwood. it. C.
)LSON,
_: Notary Pvnuc,
TE.
CIAI. AGENT
v MINING BROKER.
B.C.
InnEY
Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
Dlt  BLOCK   •   ORE-WOOD.
H.C.8IUW.
lllett & Shaw
STERS, SOLICITORS,
>o_rle*  Public
■li.ai.CTT-"
Itolfus-t McSeiUV. Moreing &
Ke_'«, Uibert.
OD.B.C
ITHERLAND,
.  . .  MIDWAY, B.C.
plBI.lt.
fcsTOMS  BBORKB.
lll>l)ll.SSIO.*< AGENT.
i entries pasted.    >lneral Acl
Act  papers drawn up.  Allien.  Abstracts made.
oic-u'ons br mall or telephone
| -..tended lo.
IR,
hant Tailor,
designs of Summer
Perfect lit guaranteed.
lu;
ERBY,
. t. Can. Soc. C £
Ul Land   Surveyor
AND
|ML   ENGINEER.
GKraswooo.
?ICKARDS & CO.,
Real Instate
ind
Insurance.
MOT. midwat.b.c
SMITH,
Tonsorial Artist.
Maw tib-ire. Hair Cat. Hea Foam
katoo. call at the abore parlor.
Booed aad ground.
ritKKT.  • MIDWAY. R C
|W. DALRYMPLE
'A1RVIEW. B.C.
of Repairing.   Horseshoeing
A   ■:■   .Cxx.
Where a Hatter of Honey
Is the only Consideration
A MATTtB OF MONEY.
we have cheap cloth-
thiug for you.
Where Quality is
the Main  Point
we are with you also.
Cheap goods pay us best
but you are not as likely
to come back.
If  you make  )*our
selection from our stock of
we know that
we   have   ptr-
LOW GRADE ORES.
Generally Yield Greater Profits
Than Narrow Yeinsof High
Grade Ore.
Tables Showing the Official Returns
of the Alaska Treadwell, Alaska
United,   Alaska  Mexican  for
One  Year, and the  Gold
Productions    of    the
World    for    the
\ ears 1808.90.
DOMINION NOTES.
A C. P. 11. enejine ni
Owen   Bound   branch
struck liy lightning, no<
ing, however.
II iiiiuiutiil ii, -f ..j .1 the Alien* A. are
the largest t*odies nf Imt   g*.-ule ore
! known.  Tbo Hammond Ro f ■ 11 Saa -
j i'ill Like is 311 teet wide, ami Iui-j hitlt-
i ertn carried ore worth $3.70 per ton in
!g"l<l.   It casts 25 rill- In nine and
j deliver at the m!ll. and 81.87 per ion to
mill; a Iota] cast uf £2 12 p r ton,
leaving a net profit of $1.38 per top.
Recently ji 40-stamp mill ha* heen put »*d In have lieen an a
in. which is worked hy electricity gen-  N'apance hank crooki
eiaied  from   water power.    This   is
expected  In reduce the cost nf mining
and  mill'ug tn 81 per tnn.   The Alio*
A., situated on the Lower Peine Vnl-
  '• ley, claims to h ive a reef 5"' fe. t v. ide,
The principal requirements for min* ry-eiding »n average nf $5.00 .11 guld
ing low grade ores successfully 'ire : Vr u,n- These are only illustrations
(1) Free milling nr partially freemillin
on the
j.   -1. iy
jf remit-
1'iirglir
Jack Roach, a nolori
who, it will l>e remembered, ir >- alleg*
niptire i.f the
ml after-a ds
acquitted; hu lieen found gn ty :
altering the store nf Ur. ll .
cigar dejUer of Montreal, bidding pp
tbe pinprietcr and relieving him of
one hundred dollars.
Shorey's Ready to Wear Goods
manently secured your patronage, because
We guarantee the workmanship.
We guarantee the material to be shrunk.
We give you a guarantee Card in the pockets of
all of Shorey's make which means
SATISFACTION OR YOUH MQREY BACK,
We solicit your trade on this basis.
Does it strike you as a sound one.
JMIDWAY TRADING COMPANY, Limited. |
L*X.   St    JAOOBI,   Manager. *
************************************ ***********
I nre.   Tin*  residue being capable of extraction by -other rblorinatkm orU)r
I cyanide'process  (2) A large hody of
j ores,   fr,  Fn.-,lilies fur rheap mining,
I wilier p wers, ei e.  111 Basy .md 1 heap
:in'a..s    f   communication.   ,'.,   Th-ir-
■Highly t-ting '.he m-.h h-f,ue d-vel-
cepijeg .: into ■ mine.    8] Th- ere tion
'of a large   milling  piaul  and  other
mining machinery,   ln <his way ihe
cost of production may be kept down.
bo th ■  -ti h a nine may be operated
' 'o yield greater profits than ar.- likely
' to he niiuined from a narrow vein of
high guide nre where a lot. of dead or
j unproh'al.le ruck has lo lie mined to j
atT ud 1 nm In take nut the ore.
ther- srealsoa numher nf question* i
nf aiu .st equal importance that re-i
' quire tn I* carefully looked into, such j
las whether the nre is hard or soft ;
I whether the rork is eerily supported
I or requiring close and immediate fill
of what can he done in Western On-
t trio. Tliere are many o'her bodies
of low grade ore in Western Ontario,
nnd it is believed lhat in the
near future tiles- will prove to lie ti.e
principal gold produers in Ontario.
Kven in the Trinsvo.il the aitiul
amount of gold extracted and profits
P'r ton is anything bat high. The
average value in the Transvaal is 87.
The editor nf ihe North American
Mining Journal, published in Lornlm ,
A. i_. Holmes' elevator, the eie
of ihe Northern .'.: rati rCo., I
cars and the station nf (lie I' I'.
Bargrare, Man., ban been desti
by lire. Aboal 10pX0laishelse.fi
were Idirned in lhe Holmesele<
The Northern loss is on IU bu
only, tbe stark lieing Inw.
The ascent of Cascade Mountain, one
nf 1 iie highest peaks of the Canadian
Rockies, w 1* mad.- recently by a part y,
accompanied   by  two Swisi  g i
who left Bailtl Holei J.I i ...11,..  a id hy
red
at
-•
Midway News Depot
THOS. WALKER. PKOR,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, .MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
and Ms,:
us,
CIGARS
AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
j Hotel Spokane,
t^CC^ Seventh Sl-" nidwa-v
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
•*X^-syx/-s^-\
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.
CHEEK HOTEL . . .
|ITH Of ROCK CtlKKK
ttoiu_4v_,   Kb*,
•.   .y«,.i,viiox  roa Guests.
|00D STABLING
rl n^ing on KetUe RiverJFf
& H. BUSH,
JRAL BLACKSMITH
|horse shoeing
a specialty.
Is of work executed to
►"•faction of customera.
- Midway Meat Market
K. A. MAnHES, Proprietor.
At thU establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL
■   - xtmttwxecmsx'txt.cisroxxX.lxmTix'tsxxxAmt.-n   ■  -
Therefore Meat* are idway.- b-Mrfa ami sweet    fall and get a good j"
fm- il.liner to-day.
TELEPHONE 311* P. O-BOX 25.
ing ; lhe manner of rccmering the iav
Imdies, whether liy means of tuni.eis
or tfcmugh shafis; the quantity uf.
water ; e it of liml>-r : enst of Ijiimr
and sii('[iii*-s: distance from mine t>
null; kind of motive power and i!s
1 "-t. These point*! have all lo lie eaie-
follj considered, and have a direct
learijie x,n the cost of mining.
The lednction of lhe ore is another
nd distinct branch of vitu! import
ire. The fineness of tlie gold r i s
■s.ieiiti n with "ther minerals deler
mines in a Urge measure lhe capacity
uf tbe mill and also the eilent of su!.-
r-efjiieni treatment.
Th" "re having lieen brought to lhe
surface «ith a- Hit!" handling as pos-i
!i\ -biuld go direel to lhe mill, thus
when damped on Ihe gnrzles it -1: i ltd
ii.1*. automatically downward* by the
gravity from one operation t,» another
until the pulp passes to waste, after
having heen relieved of ali the precious
metal ihat cm lie economically ex-
'raci-d from it. In short, -j essoin
tained in the treatment of lo-.v
grille ores only liy the must careful
ami economical operations, conducted
on a iarge scale so as to rvducethe cost
to a minimum.
The question of what constitutes Ihe
ilifference between higli and low grade
is often assumed t» lie al»oiu SS0 f r
high grade, and about $5 or S-i for low
srade ores. A comparison of the avei-.
■ue values from lhe principil fn-e,
imiiiug gold piMducing caiups of tbe
world shows a lotal average of $6.53
per ton, from which it is evident tin'
$5 per ton may b» ronsidtn _ low
grade and S7 i er tor, as an approach to
high grade ores.
The piincipal low grade ores are the ,
AU*ka  mines, and  the   Honiesl ikr
niHjn had scaled the side of ih migbl y
Bngiand, gives the following opinion | peak. The ascent was made fra
as lhe je-iili of a :'.tti in the Western (side that wjis -upp.ised to lit invulm r-
Outaiio gold fields last sammer, Inble. Thc return trip took two boun
may l>e here qu-ted, viz.: Ms'and a half, the previous record in-ing
facilities increase, tbe average value |eighteen hours.
of the ote mined will steadily decrease,
while the tonnage will steadily increase, and with the increase of urn
nage the aggregate profits will also
increase, while the profits per ton will
diminish,   This de rease will pr-thaMy
letm j-t»-il at the point of il dwt. per j "
I rrsriiiient
■ on, a;lh ugh in individual cases r.rc of
i    A   despatch   from    Lsuidoii.    OuL.
jstaites that somewhat orer 3,603 men
jare ramping un Carting Heights, overlooking the city and in the vicinity of
; Wi beiey Barracks. Ti e force iuchi les
ihe First  Hussars and nine infantry
namely,  2!st   E-se.*., 23th
, llliddlesei, 27th Lmnht in, :ind Bnire,
i lower grade llian this mar he prolit-!„ ... __. _ , _. „.„      .   ,
iSird  Huron. 22nd Oxford il ::•-. >;h
It may seem an extrav
(.-ant stalenienl to make al the present
time, lint it is made with a full sen-e
of what it involves-that the Rainy
River district of Ontario has enough
o-e of 'his character to make it one of
the dominant factors in the gold production of tbe world, ard pr.hably th"
d ituinaut factor of tbe gold production of Xortli Aiueriia." Th's s'at"-
menl is particularly encouraging as i'
appears from reo-nt development" in
liriti*h C.jinmi.ii. remitting in the
shutting djiwn of the Le Roi. War
Eagle ami Centre Star, tbat high grid,
smelting ores cannot l*e d-peiided on.
ivi-jh. a»th
W
r.terh
K> an
I 3
rZn
W ei-
lingtun Riflt
lhe;
are i,
'Cat
A
n the
order  nam-
d   i
long
the
eas
l t
f the
ground* to
the
fao
oi l
he
bi!
ahd
then extend
-..A
a ess
raid,
;.:
z   ie
camp in the
tl"
_.-
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
Benjamin Barringer, 'he r
hoiigin a levolver i'. a st«n
torn, and then turned on ti.e
tor, bas been sent to ihe ai
New  Wt-s muster.
' h i
a> their margin nf profit is exceedingly I
low. and consequently the fultire gold ! -i*n ■•«»»" ni*'''"*' ^V* r
production of Canada will have lode-1«"'*-•''** ■" MiKslyv.lie recec
pend largeiv- on the free uuUingores nose had been Weeding for hu days.
of Ontario.' Tlie following is a tabu "'"- failing to>top itbe loaded a shot
i.;idlis*..fth"gj.ldpi-K5iicii.nsof!he!g,l"'r''lt!'"-' ""iizzle to bis bead and
woild for lsES and iihi, the latter | Hw th* tr'??«r wiltl fcis lu*-
lieing apptoximate:
i -1
His
5 :i r; ?i =' <-" 2 —" :'
'xo-'
.: -f.-.t-r.
tr- I-1- n —
'.    i. ,. i— — r. .'
-  <c;;'M.
•x. i- ,. — ri x —
— r- z ; i- — — ri ?i
: i' fi ~ t- o- tt ~- - ;
r* ;m'i-'-'sxi*i.'
i- c - ri — :i
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r.,-'.
■s. Souih  Dakota, TJ. S. A.   The
wing are the returns for the latter
h employs 51h stamps :
,-rages jier ton of ore :
in from mill, ioclt'dine con-
.ntration  S 4 31
of mining, etc    2 el
g6|||im
-: ?.:
J5S52   ?
J
»»♦ W»WWW«WW*)Wt|
ust Arrivedl
Y BAKERY,
|fm. St. Qumtin, Prop.
PLAIN AXD FANCY
PASTRY,  CAKES, ETC
<*r.vtliiM*-   F'ir»t-<*lii*.e.
Millinen- Department.
Ladles' Siraw Siilor  Hits in all  totow,  Whin
Ladies'Straw Rough Rider Hats in Black. Whii
Mi«ses' Siiiurs Jind   Viop* in  Plain
Leghorn and Fancy Braided Straws,
Men's and Boys' Harvester anil
Tarn OVhanters in Velvet and Cloths.
Dress Goods Department^
We
id Fane
md  Fancy
Straw Hals.
, Black and vari
■ and variegated
Suaws, Genuine
1   . u
Net earnings J 1 5S
The Alaska mines are still lower
„•: ide, hut like the Botnestake mine
I ii y have large ore bodies . raetically
...jj-si. which reducrs :he ( .-; .:
mining to a minimum and consequent-
ix ihe profits are ennrtuons. The
A. i-ka Treadwell has **J| s'amps : lhe
Alaska Doited, iii stam|>s, and the
A ska Mexican. 13) stamps. The fol-
1 »iug are their official returns for one
STRONG HOTEL
KEYES, Prop.
nmmodation.
«i Liquors and Cigars.
First-t'laas Stabling.
JMSTR0NG B.C.
Breial Job Printing.
fTUK ADVANCE."
Iliess G'-kxIs.
Organdi
Zephyrs. Ginghams.  I'l iin ano >
variety of colors and patterns i
Plain and Fancy Vaiendenne
Blue, White and  Drah Onods
Hroeade Strim*il and Plain Alpaca Ore
5aut;-. PUin Black and Famv Dotted Sate-n, with rufflesanil fancy piping
A fre-h consignment of Bionses In all kinds of ma'cials, fmn.  Plain and
ks and Satins, expected to »rri»e d illy.
Vr,   .,;,        , for Summer um* ™>»   »«■ -'"'"J™'!
!>l,in and Striped  Piqaes,  Pane? Percales,
f Calicoes from 8c a yard Up.   Tonhon md
\.,-es    Ready-nuHii'- Skins in While Pique. •
Lini'ii Bi.y'cle Skirts for Be each.   Black
Skins.   ITndersMrtain Fancy Stripes,
Averagta per ton
of ore return
fi"iu mill Sl
From concentrates
mostly chlorinated ..' 	
Th'* Sawliill nine's charter of ineor*
("r,U:  D   i-- dated 'Uth M iv, H*i     B«'
it the lii-t mining stock of any moment
was l!,iied in Canada, principally in
Hamilton.    Dp to that date ve-y litlle
work had been done in gold mining in
Canada, and wlinl had l.een waschieliy
of  an   exploratory   nature,   and   the
cold prod nel ion very irilling j hut now i examining
within less than four yeai. time Can-1 w masters and mates in ti." .
ada has become tbe fifth largest gold I ir,,rte. or oU the inlaud waters
producer in the world,  which tosnylDominion.
the least of it is exceedingly encour I    ,
lt i.- n i
top of his
Mr. John  Glassey,   srvll  kootrti :.i
old timers.died recently fn in i  ■
feci--of a  fail   ii-oui  a   wm.",.
di i ngfi ni Ash : ft lo Ur. .i. W.l-
soll'    [ iie.",    ..:  J>-Mjir   ll-*.        ,
Savona Road.    The   deceased    was
buiied at As-iiciolt.   He leaves a  wife
. nd one   .laughter, Mrs.   Borlai.d. of
the laO-Mile House.
Andrew-Christ'phers. flu-init: :
w.is injured aT Uie Gta_i*e mine last
wiek. succumbed to Iiis injnries at t:;e
general hospital; X< Ison. on Tuesday
uigiit. Dicej.sed wa* +5 .years of age
and came to Briti-h Columbia several
years a^jo from his native place, SU
Just, Cornwall, Eug., where he leaves
a widow and family.
J. Fortes on Thursday received lhe
oiti'jj.;.. notification of his appointment
as swimming" insl rector for Vi.t,,
..'. ir. -*ji-!i Bay. H" wili commenre
bis duties at .nice and bas already
made preparations ui enable bim to
carry ihem mil wi'h success, having
supplied ItitAseif with au instme ion
p |e and -huB- i'i' belts, for holding up
the pupii, of the generally approved
lype.
Aii  Ottawa  press   despatch   states
that  Capt.   Henry   A..'  -    -   '
Vancouver,   Provii  e of I      sh Uw
lmiihia. ai .. :- • :' I
peteucy ■■* masl ; for 1 •-..". -• '■-
g.'in.si.ji-. issued by ii-. M ijesty's
Board of Trade in 18X1, I fi heen gazetted as examiner for tn- :■'.:■ -■ ■:
pplieants for
n ai • s
Mstmg
of the
I aging, and hids fair to l.o'.l a still mor*
12 ^  ^| gg prominent positluu in the neat future
85    1 48
Total returns Si 71
Mining, milling, etc   128
$3 !»i
i a»
ta si
1 si
This, however, can only lie the result
of steady developments conducted on
strictly husiness principles, chiefly
from the careful exploitation nf the
low grade free milling ores of Ontario.
White Muslins to
Our Gents' Furnishing Department
Net earnings... 81 43  82 k;  go 04:
Tiie average of these Alaska ores i.
83, and they yield an average profit ot
Hose and Sweaters, also a large  Sl •">•* per ton after paying all expenses.
■ »<
assoi tment of Four
HAIN & CO.,
POSTOFFICE STORE,
...MIDWAY, B. C.
Groceries at lowest market ..ooiaiioii.   Miner*  Supplies
Builden.' Uanlware always in stock.
and
These financial results Jire amply sufficient to prove the great values that
have lieen ohininrtl from them, and
also to encourage others to emulate
them.
In  Western Ontario large bodies nf
low grade ore are usual.   So far the
Tlie Crows Nest Pass Coal Co.'s
mines al Kernie. B. C yield TU1 tons
daily. Al*. ut 4.<»i tons a month go to
the cuke ovens. 1 he C 'inpany is npcti-
ing two more mines hue to the railway trat k. The seam ai Spatwnod is
re|ioi'ted to Iw 12 feet thick, jiii I lbe
one at Brirson IS feet thick, Th» company completed 138 c iko ovens in ls4)9,
and has ht contracts for 300 nioie.
d that the foil 'wii.g from a
rorrespcmdrnl of ti.e Golden "Bra" is
not true to life: "Field has died, jin.i
he streets ihal were on e thronged
with a merry crowd aie nnw deserted
and given >.ver to howling dogs and
squealing kids. No more are our sensitive nerves tickled by the tin music
of the opera, on account of the proprietor forsaking Apollo for Cupid and
Photography, Nor are our faded
brains amused hy the playful gambols
of the shorn lamb : nor yet can we get
up a fight, as our neighbors seem t-; lie
iMe to monopolise all the available
talent in that direction. Even the ac*
■jiiisri. n ot a new tiie hall.which rivals
any in the Province, has failed to
arouse public enthusiasm. u. a. uttuustc .M.iNiuiJii
PuWIsliod  weekly  at Mlilwny, 11. 0.
Subscription Prlco, JU.iJG per annum, liayablu
In iiilviuiiai.olllicr yoiti'lj' or half-yearly at tbe
option of tlio subscriber.
Advertising Kal us unit on application.
MONDAY. JUNE IS, IIHHI.
Tho question us to whether ii British
subject nmy legally hold hy purchase
or otherwise real cslale, other limn
mining claims, in llm Stale of Wash
Ington has heen set. at, rest hy the
answer the "Spokemum Heview", hns
given when it says: "Ileal oslnto in
Ilie Stain of Washington cannot be
held hy a British subject unless
secured hy inheritance, under imii't-
gage, or in good fail li in the ordinary
coiirsn of justice in Lbe collection of
debt."
The position of alfuiia in South
Africa ie looking better tho past few
days notwithstanding the unexpected
strength developed among the Boor
it the Free Si ute, and the disaster to
tbe Derbyshire regimont tybich caused
no little alarm at lhe time of iheir au
nihilation. Thu British 1)181 with n
reverse, a reverse which was only nui
niunlary, und since that tluieup tt
the present Ihey have gradually been
gjiiuing ground and Uio Boer position
hus lieen growing weaker, Kruger is
now said to favor peacu on almost any
tet'ius, hut dislikes personally to Inke
lhe inilialivi', wliieh would involve
unconditional sui render, hut much as
would he his dislike he would now
humbly submit lo the inevitable were
it not fur Si evil.
i Midway wants a band, mid whnt h
furthermore it is going lo have one.
This is something that'sbould interesl
-every resident, of this place, be he pro-
Boer or Britisher, a devout adherent
to Joseph Marl in or adisciple of James
Dunsmuir, wheiher a lover of music, oi
simply wishes lu make sleep impossible
to someone who was once a friend but
voted the wrong way. So next week
when you are hiittnn-lioled and asked
to contribute to the fund for this
worthy object do not potlatoh a lot of
excuses, as already a lot of Eastern
firms have refused to accept that ctini-
niodily in exchange for a collection of
brass horns, hut unto and look pleasant. It is a good thing, push it along,
and ere lhe summer loaves bave taken
on their golden tinted autumn hues
your savage breasts will have become
charmed,
The situation in China is assuming n
most alarming aspect. The ministers
of Ihe powers are shut tip in Pekin,
and telegraphic communication has
been interrupted. It is luniored that
tbe Gorman minister lias heen killed.
The fanatical hordes of the Boxers
surround the city, which is garrisoned
by 100,009 troops of tbe Dowager Empress, the real ruler of China, whose
secret sympathies seem to he with the
Boxers. The small army nf Europeans,
composed of troops of different nations,
is at a standstill; not being sufficiently
strong to advance. The trouble might
he easily settled if it were not for the
jealousies of the different nations concerned, each fearing thai Iho other
may gain a foothold in China, from
which it would be difficult to dislodge
it. It is to be feared that no salisfac
lory joint action of the powers will bt-
taken until some severe reverses to
the combined army and tho murdering
of a number of foreigners show then
tho absolute necessity of sinking I heir
private ambitions for the good of civilization. At present the differences
between Japan and Russia seem to be
the stumbling block to satisfactory
joint action, lt is reported lhe English caliinel are considering the advis
ability of sending a brigade from South
Africa, Roberts being now able to
spare ono. The greal danger is that in
settling the Boxers Ihe powers may
fall out, thus causing a European war
Mr. James Dunsmuir was last, Fri
day sworn in as Premier and Presidenl
of lhe Council ; Mr. I). M. Kherls, ns
Attorney General, and it. is reported
lhat Mr. J. II. Turner has accepted the
portfolio of Minister of Finance. As
yet there is nothing definite us to the
olher Ihree cabinet positions, but the
names of Mi. J. F. Garden and Mr. \V,
G. Wells have been spoken of as likely
men for lhe position of Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works, while
Mr, J, IJ. Preniice is likely to lie Minister of Mines. Tlio general feeling is
lhat Mi. Dunsmuir will form a strong
government, and meet the house on
July 6th wilh agond working majority,
The Victoria "Times" of a recent date
Itl referring Mr, Dunsmuii said : "We
havo no doubt the Premier will he ahle
to form a government, and that he will
he supported by a working majority,
fur neither Ihe people nor the representatives desire any mora election
turmoil for brief inlervalat least, The
knowledge that a gentleman with lhe
business reputation of Mr, Dunsmuir
is Lo he at the bend of the govern ment,
will do vory much to restore the confidence of the business community,
and inininguntl investing men at home
and Abroad, us to Ihe security of ull
ventures in our rich Province, und if
be surrounds himself with uiPii of ||i»
rigbl c-ii ' "i. there '■ < good reason to
Oellevi lb .j qui' ;.■ Ill i! uffali i will he
sellU»l ned BHiishCnlumbisigeiiet'ftiiy
go speeding along Ihe load to prosperity,"
Kccords   for   tne    renou   cnums
June 1900,
HINliUAl. LOCUTIONS,
MAY 211.
Tip Top, Kholt creek, Jessie Adams.
Juno, fikylurk cainp,T.S. (Jigardson.
MAV mi
Bluebird,   fraction,   Deadwood, A.
Johnson,
may2fi.
Alex. Wallace, Beaver creek, E. B.
Moss,
may 28,
' Queen Mub,  Wallace inountain, 11.
T. Wright,
Lii tie Hobs, South Deadwood camp,
W. B. liickards.
Nevada, Dry Creek, Li, O. Hooper,
Nnpai , Dry Oreek, L. O.  Hooper.
Suunysidcs, Copland iimunluin, ,1.
B. Hlougli.
Evening Star, Camp McKinney, A.
J, Sivaiiluud,
may 29.
Union  Jack,  fraction, Long  Lake,
X. W. Custance.
Siiiiiiyside, fraction, Long Lnke, \\.
S. Keith.
Remainder,     fraction,    Deadwood
caiii|i, Sydney Johnson,
junk 1,
Rosebud, Graham's camp, Geo. T.
Burliank.
Crown Point, fraction, Crown Point
eamp; J. Winters.
No. 4, fraction, Crown Point until]),
J. Winters.
Caniulian, fraction, Skylark camp,
W. Glaze,
JUNE 2.
Blue Grouse, Kimberly camp, T, L.
Smith.
Fairview, Copland mountain, T. McLean.
Silent Friend, Camp McKinney,
Charles Held.
JUNE  I,
Bird, Ketlle River, D. M, Curry.
Humming Bird, Kellie River, il.
Megraw.
Albatross, Eagle and Anglo Saxon,
Myers creek, 0. H. Bash.
Ciacker Jack, Oamp McKinney, J.
Luce,
Golden Chest, Camp McKinney,  0,
B. Bush.
Texas, Rock Creek, 0. B. Hash.
Exchange, Myers creek, E. McMynn.
Indiana and Pandora, Myers creek,
C. B. Bash.
Pretoria, Long Lake camp, Mrs.
Rowe.
Iron Mountain, Beaver creek, Tom.
Murray,
Buy Horse, Greenwood camp, P,
McBride,
Banner, fraction, Greenwood camp,
Dan Curran,
JUNE 5.
Highland Queen, Beaverton, Clement
Vucher,
Rosie, fraction, Camp McKinney, T,
Graham.
Fuiiiight, Clemens camp, M. McDonald.
Seattle, Clemenscainp.M.McDonald.
B, A„ fraction, VVest Fork Keltic
River, F. Houston,
Adder, Providence camp, II. J.
Wright.
JUNE 6.
May Flowor, Providence camp, C.
W. Ram ho.
JUNE 7.
Bankrupt, Rock creek, A, P. Day.
Hunter,  Camp   McKinney,   0,  B.
Bash.
Bret. Harle, Hamilton camp, Kettle
River, T, A. Dalnnder.
Mnnlukhu, Hamilton camp, A.
Megruw,
JUNE S.
Mountain, Eholt, N. Luse.
Ore Blanco, Eholt, T. Clarke,
JUNB 11.
Pretoria, Beaver creek, F. M. Elkins.
Jar, False creek, A. F. Ridout.
Canadian   Prince,   Skylark,   H.  ,1,
Cole,
JUNE 13.
Prince, Kettle River, W. Rowe.
Mafeking, fraction, Greenwood
camp, E. E. Jnckshti.
Moonlight, Greenwood camp, E, E.
Jackson,
0. H. k D., fraction, Greenwood
camp, R. Stewart.
11. S. S. P. B., fraction, Greenwood
cump, E. G. Jackson.
'   JUNE 14.
Buy City, fraction, Eholt creek, M.
0. Nesser.
JUNB 15,
Hidden Treasure, Lost Horse ereek,
D. McGillis.
Diamond, Kimberly camp, S, Sand.
Lake,   fraction,   Beaver creek, II.
Copley,
WESTnnmoE locations,
may 28.
Sunrise, Gold Creek, A. Plant,
Copper Cliff, fraction, Gold creek, E.
Rein,
hello, Gold creek. 0. Dorlet.
Kew'iitin, Beaverton, S, Beneimnn.
MAY 20.
Leadville, Gold creek, E. Collier.
may 80,
Rosendule, Carmi camp, D.R. English
MAY 81,
A, B„ Gold creek, S. Roy.
Royal, Wilkenson creek, S. Rov.
Sleimvinrler,    Dry    creek, J.' Roxburgh et nl.
Banner, fraction, Dry creek, J. Roxburgh et al.
JUNE 1,
B. 0., Beaver crock, A. Piper.
Wonderful, Canyon creek, L, Simpson.
JUNE 2.
Chester, Canyon creik, ,T, R, Simp-
mi,
Ida May, Cedar creek, .1. It, Simpson.
JUNE I,
Yule, fraction, Dry creek, It, Malcolm,
Silver Bell, Arlington camp, Win.
Steele ef nl,
Morning, Arlington camp, T.King.
JUNES.
Bodie, Cranberry creek, H. Rorlwell.
MauiinoLli, Criuihorrv creek, David
S. Mirsh.
Ledville, Triple Luke camp, Jas.
.larret,
Superior, fraction, Canyon rreok
John Gray.
may 11.
Lilly Dub, Ounyon creek. .T. Reilie
Fnirplny, Beaverton, Wm. Kiwi*.
Ollio, Beaverton, Geo, M, Miller.
JUKI* 12.
Sunrise, Curry creek, A. Piunr,
Sunset, Curry ereek, Hugh McKay.
MAY 81.
George M. Beimel (2 yours), Joseph
Snulter. -       „    ,_
Highland Chief (2 years), los. Sail I ter.
Golden Rule, Frank Dalton-. ,
Colorado, fraction, Frank Dalton.
Telleride, J. A. Crawford,
Gold Flush, 0, W. li. Sanson!.
Tiger, Ed Rums,
Monudivork, Ed Rums,
Toledo, Sailor Mining and Milling
Company.
North Star, A. Megraw.
JUNE 1,
Byfogle, Ed McMynn,
JUNE 2.
Nellie Cotton, James Sutherland.
JUNE I.
Blue Bird, Hugh Megraw.
No. 8, John Douglas etal,
Orown Point. John Douglas etal.
Nn. 2, John Dnugliis etal.
Bald Bugle, George R, Naden.
JUNK 5.
Granite Mountain, T, Stephenson,
Carrie L., Sain Jarrett et al,
Ruder, Sinn Jarrett etal.
Morning Glory, John Bergman,
Rain Storm, John Bergman.
Carina (2 years), recorded owners,
Copper King, Thomas Henderson.
Mountain Chief, Thomas Henderson.
Gladstone, recorded owners,
llornhlend, Win. P. Smith.
Sylvester _., fruction, A. Seran,
JUNE 0.
May Day, Rudolph Smart.
Doubtful, Rudolph S'uart,
Deer Trail, Rudolph Stuart.
Diamond Joe, Rudolph Stuart,
JUNK 7.
June Bug, E. T, Wick wire.
Prince of Wales, K. Ti Engelskgeir.
Cooper, K. T. Engelskgier.
Rosie, A. M. Winston.
Glasgow, G. M. Bennet et ul.
Havvkeye, A, Hanson.
Buffalo, Win, McCormick.
Teutonia, John Myers.
JUNK 11.
Clifford, Thomis Hardy.
Humbolt, T. E. O'Brien.
Myrtle, Hugh Megraw.
Victoria, Wm, Younkin,
Maud S., A. T. Brookes.
Lady of the Lake, T. Keffer.
Funny H„ T. Keffer.
Glasgow, T. Kelfer.
Helen, T. Keffer.
McGregor, T. Kelfer.
Tripod, T. Keif, r,
Baltimore, J. A. Moray.
Success, Expansion Guld Mining Co,
Maine, H. E. Peterson etal,
Peggi, James Sutherland,
Juno, James Sutherland.
Lottie F. (3 years), Irwin Feeney et
111,
Magnolia (4 years), Irwin Feeney et
al.
Stirlingham (4 years) Irwin Feeney
et al.
iVIyrtle, J. JL R. Fairhairn.
JUNE 18;
Stockton, John Deinpsey,
Young George, A. Poggi.
JUNB 14.
Nest Egg, W. Edwards.
Opliir, John L ice.
Jefferson, N. Doty.
Tidal Wave, A. T. Kaley.
Bald Eagle, George 11. Niiden.
JUNE lii. .
Nellie,.!. N. Gred ir et nl.
May, J. N. Gredar et nl.
Night Hawk, D. McGillis et al.
Mnzi, .1.0. Rcilly etal,
Golden Rule, S, G. Stooke et ul.
Golden Eagle, 8. G. Stooke ot al.
Hercules, E. T. Tate.
Lake View, W. H. Harris et al.
JUNE 10.
Ora Bird, W. L. 0. Gordon.
Waterloo (2 years) W. L. 0. Gordon.
 eta	
rtafeking.
October 15,1899-May 18, 1900.
Once again, banners fly,
Clang again, hells on high,
Sounding to sea and sky
Longer and louder.
Mufeking's glory wilh
Kimberley, Ladysmith,
Of pur unconquered kith
Prouder and prouder,
Hemmed in for half a year,
Still with no succor near,
Nor word of hope to cheer
Wounded and dying.
Fevered and foiled of sleep
By tbe fierce cannon's leap,
They still, still vowed to keep
England's dug flying,
Nor was their mettle shown
By male nnd strong alone,
But, as intrepid grown,
Fragile and tender.
Without a tear or sigh,
Echoed the brave old cry,
"We. too, would rather die,
Die than surrender,"
As pressed Ihe foe moro near,
Only with naked spear,
Ne'er knowing what to feur,
Parley or blanch meant,
Forward through shot untl shell,
While still tho foremost fell,
They with resistless yell
Slurmcd his entrenchment,
Then, when hope dawned at lust,
And fled the foe aghast,
At the relieving blast
Hoard in lhe nudly—
Oh, our stout, stubborn kith I
Kimberley, Ludysmilh,
Mafeking, wedded with
Lticknow and Delhi,
Sound for them martial lay I
Crown them with battle-bay,
Bolh those who died, and they,
'Gainst death could wrestle.
Powell ot endless fame.
All, all with equal claim,
And, of the storied name,
Gallant young Cecil I
Long as the waves shall roll,
Long as fame guards her scroll,
And men through heart and soul
Thrill to true glory,
Their deed, from age to ago,
•Shall voice and verse engage,
Swelling Lhe splendid page
Of England's story I
-Alfred Austin.
Abergavenny, May 18,
Notices advertised In this week's
Aiivanuk are thoso of i—
Excelsior, Golden Crown and Home-
stake, MeCiiig Mountain.
Niokorsoii, Kruger Mountain,
Sunny Side, near to Eholt Crook,
(formerly culled Prior Crook), lying
partly upon and Northerly nf and adjoining Lot 252, Township 70.
Lnke View and Orient, Ki'iigerMoun
tain.
Copper King, Kruger Mountain.
St. John Mineral Claim, ('amp Fair-
view.
Opulence, Kruger Mountain.
Ecuador, Camp McKinney,
While Knight, Kruger Mounlain.
J. L TERRY'S STQI
CANADIAN pACIFIC
Men's,
Also a
Seventh Street, and see our stock of
Youths'  and   Boys'
At Bed Rock Prices.
Fine Line   of  Millinery Good
Being  Opened.
" Imperial
Limited"
Service for the year 1900
will be commenced JUNE
10th. The "Imperial Limited" takes you across the
Continent in four days without change. It is a solid
vestibuled train, luxuriously
equipped with every possible
essential for the comfort and
convenience of Passengers.
Ask your friends who have
travelled on it, or address
K. .1. COTTLE, Vf, P. ANDERSON.
A. ft. P. A., Ti P. A.
Vancouver, U, 0. Ni'Umi, 11. C,
CROWELL'S HOTEj
*  S. A. CROWELL, Proprietor. seventh str,„.,,*„„,
Onu Block Worn
*•««
'I «l lit,,
MAIL CONTRACTS.
SKA LED SRPAKATK TEXMCHH, iuM-cm-
t«i lo llu) Piwlnin-lcr Qonoml, will lio ru-
I'oivcil nl Ollawn unlil noon on Friday, the
fill) .Inly. 1000, fur tlm ennvojruncn of llor
MnjcKlyrf Malta, on .1 proponed contract for
four yi'iun, three times anil once per neck res
pcclivnly each wny. hetwecn Midway ami Pen-
lictnn, anil Kairview anil Oroville, Wank., from
tliulat.-jcpteinber next.
Printed notices coiiIaIiiIhk further Information aa to comllUonii of proposed contract may
lie seen and blank forms of tender may he obtained at the Post Olllcw of Pi'iillclon, Ultima-
Kiui Knlle, Eiiirvlew. Camp McKinney, Kork
•.reek, Midway Urocnwond and Oiwyoos.
W. It. DOIIMAN,
Post 0111, e. Inapoctor.
Post Ofllco Inspector* Otllee,
V meouvor B. ft-, May 26, 11)00.
TIMBER NOTICE.
TAKE  NOTICE that I, Frank Bnl'cv, ..
days from date hereof Intend to apply lo
the Chief Commissionerof ljuids and Workr
lo clit and carry away ll'iibor from tho following unreserved" and iinocciipied'Crown Ijinds.
starting al a post, marked A on lho north bank
of the Siiiillkamooti lllver ml mining Proctor's
land on I ho west, thonco 40 chains norl li;
thonco Vi) chi'.liis west; thonco 80 chains south;
thonco liO chains east; thence til chains north
across Mic Himllkamocn llivor to point of commencement, and containing 1,000 acres more
orlvss.
FHANK BAILEY.
Baled this llth day of May, 1900.
A
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furnished in first class style.   T
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The Riverside Hotel,
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between Penticttm and nil Boundary Crock (miiil*.  Sioppm-l
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Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
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The undersigned having taken this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CluAK*
Fiiriiiictflioiitod and comfortably
furnished   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor
rrMZriiir. dcNicol lias returned from
tge Smith has returned from
[he W«Bt. Pork,
White of Camp McKinney
|or to Midway yesterday.
jii ill has returned from Grand
fceie he lias been for about a
p. S. Slahhope and F. Tan*
[ returned from a trip to Bea*
... Fraser, representing the
■ Shippers' L'nion, was in town
Hay,
[ It. Kickards leaves to-morrow
■rin,   He will he absent two or
Iks.
Wa, Tutu has returned  from
There he bas lieen visiiing for
|week,
i number of lhe residents nf
j sre in Greenwood lo*duy
Ig the circus,
III. Bergman and ,1. II. Tyrrel
Ly for Kruger Mounlain to do
lilt MOtk.
I, iM. Walsh, superintendent of
llerey mine, wub a visitor to
1,'intr the past week.
llieinf  local  horses are now
lined for the races at Green-
[june 89th andHOtbi
fcn. Judgo Spinks will hold a
If tlio county court, of Yale at
\xid on Tuesday, 20th inst.
Bnliiiiiliia Review, which has
Jthe sick list ever since the ap*
|e of its initial number, is dead.
M,  Foster  of  Greenwood
„iday for Montreal, where he
e a short course in the hospitals
fcity.
j, ,1. Moitatt of Greenwood, rep-
L several publishing houses of
|t,.(| States, was In Midway a
blasl Week.
Houston,    manager  of the
ml liranch of the Onlnmliia
|„. l'n„ was a vit-itor  to Midday last week.
lantern Townships Bank has
liranch nt Phoenix with Mr.
Lier as manager and Mr, A. S.
[of Grand Forks as account*
l\V. McBride, nmnnger of the
Lwniili*, Jiml iMi'.'L B' Outlaid,
piii. ni ot the Ciiliiniliiii Tele-
, were in Midway on Times-
I VV. McLaine, whnafew weeks
■thinivn from his horse cans
ciiire nf nne of the bones of
, In- leeovered sufficiently to
linl again.
I.A.ilielonberg, the well-known
uinn   has    i-eliirned    to  the
liy country after n six months
pinnlrenl. New York and other
eil les
IWilnesiliiy sflei'iinnh, at the
ll Hotel, Greenwood, Mr. W.
)cei mid Mrs. Burnett, both of
! camp, were united in nianinge
ptev, Mr. Saunders.
Lswrelice and family, who
en spending a few days at the
ll Hotel, left this morning for
liilknineen.    Mr.  Will  Taylor
unied them on the trip.
Brand Korks"Datly Gnzelte"has
■I'lii'lii'iiiioii ns business did nol
fhv publication of a daily  in
MrCarlerft Sons will coiv
eUi'.'iiiil Forks weekly "Miner."
Iiliiiil number of the Bolster
Jl"ililislied at Bolster, Wash.,
lie its appearance and ia a credit
Jenkins. It was published
•real difficulties owing to the
livid of the greater portion of
i:
■ fiardoni, acting sulveollector
mis of this place, met with a
[accident one evenlug*last week.
exercising a horse when nne of
Imps became unfastened from
I'l'' and fell to the ground,   Mr.
|i|dismounted and when In the
licking up the stirrup the horse
fl round and kicked him on the
hunt a bud eut,   Although Ihe
■was not such as to confine him
»wl it is  with great difficulty
| is able to move around,
lames Atwood, Leggnlt and
Ismi lust Tuesday evening hns*
1entertained a party of friends,
PR a number of ladles and
lien from Greenwood, at an al
■repast, spread in a beautiful
I" the banks of Boundary Creek,
Tjidway. After thoroughly en-
■the many good. things«> hoiinli*
jovided, the company spent nn
the beautiful moonlight In
ionverse, agreeably varied by
J Laler dancing was indulged in
lldnighl, when supper was par-
|f nt Mrs. Atwood's, after which
|sts dispersed, delighted lo have
Tu'ded the opportunity of en*
I'hcmselves undor conditions
•'e unusually pleasaul.
|A (Ireat Convenience,
|tho Inauguration of the "Im*
imited" service the Uanadl.in
lUailway    operate a   tlirough
|"lweei, Arrowhead and Van-
I""' '" woiiiinndiilion of the
Ty  business,    Tills will bo a
ruonvonlence to the travel*
Biic,
™ nan on tho Athelstan will now
be sunk anotUer 1(10 feet.
The two carlo.,,!., ol ore from the
Atheist,,,,, Wellington eamp, recently
sent to the Trail smelter, gave verv
Satisfactory results, 5
The Rambler, at. Pass Creek, Is now
•""'Ploying seven ,„,.,,,   A  8h,lfl fa
been sunk Ittl feet vertically and cross-
tuts are being r,,,, „l that depth.
Mr. Nick Tregear, who tm some
mm. past lias been superintendent of
'" Le K,,i ' ''. Rossland, asaiinies
charge of the Winnipeg to-day.
Up to date the work done „„ the
Kn-dii Mill and <J>*eVK«Kl(,uKK..'Kate8
8,42o feet; on the Old lrnn-iiles 2,805
feet, and on the Victoria 2,-lilS feet
hiiiklng a total of 8/758 feet,
Thirteen carloads of ore were imt
Wednesday shipped fnun the Boun*
dary district to the Trail smelter.
Tlmy were shipped hy the Winnipeg,
Golden Crown and Aihelstan, Wellington camp, and tho M. 0,, Summit
camp,
Nearly 2,000 feet of work have been
dono in development at the Hold Drop,
in Phoenix camp, ohtelly in crosscut-
ting and drifting. The plant on Ihe
mine consists of a 40-horse power locomotive boiler, t-drill air compressor,
3fl"x8' air receiver, three machine
drills, a Snow pump, etc. A carload of
ore from tlie mine is being sent to
Trail for test purposes.
Additional plant is being obtained
for the Snowshoe mine in Phoenix
cninp. This includes a 70-horse power
hotiaontnl return tubular boiler nnd
two 3$ Little Giant drills, for which an
order has been placed with I he Jenckes
Machine Company, The plant now at
lhe mine consists of nt0hor.se power
locomotive boiler, a 12x18 straight line
Band air compressor, a 28'xlll' air
receiver, two UJ' and one '.l\' Little
Giant drills, a ttjx8 hoisting engine and
a No. 5 Cameron sinking pump, Mr.
J. H, Tievorrow is in oharge of the
mine, which employs 21 men, and has
had about l.oOO feet of work done in
development.
Work has been resumed on the R.
Bell, in Summit camp, with Mr. ,1.
Iliuily, one of the original owners, in
charge. Ihere is a line surface showing of oVe ou tliis claim, upon which
'.ill feel of work has been done in
development, Seven men were put on
ubout a fortnight ago lo bail the water
out of lbe 45 foot online shaft with its
connecting drills, cross cuts nnd
winjes, nnd to prepare fur the small
steam power plant expected to shortly
arrive. Il is proposed to instnl Intern
001101141' power locomotive boiler, 5
drill Kami compressor, 10 horse power
hoisting engine and n No, a Cameron
sinking pump,
The B, 0, mine, in Summit camp,
has to date sent, to the smelter more
thnn 8,000 tons of ore. Its shipments
now average about 50 Ions per dny.
Nearly H,S0O feet of work have been
done in development of the mine. Its
deepest shaft is down 272 feet The
iiiino i.s equipped with four boilers,
together 225 horse power, Iwo air compressors, machine drills, three steam
lioiiting engines nnd two pumps, 100-
light electric light engine and dynamo,
two air receivers, feed water heater,
safety cage, cars and a full complement
of accessories. The mine is being systematically   worked   with   a   view to
xU'lisivo mining operations. At pres*
■nl it omployx about 70 men.
Some nice looking ore occurs in the
Hartford, in Wellington cninp. It is
quart- mineralized with iron, copper
and gold. The Hartford group consists of six claims, vi/.., Hartford, Hartford fraction, Golden Grown fraction,
Nabob fraction, 1 Inutile Eagle fraction
and Ranger, A vertical shaft has been
sunk lOOi'eet on the llartfoid, and at
tlmt depth about 120 feel ol crosscut*
ing and drifting lins been done. There
are also three prospect shafts mi this
claim, the deepest 88 feet, and on the
Hanger an 80-foot shaft, The group
has heen acquired by a company represented locally by Mr. II. N, Giiler,
assistant secrctaiyliensiirer of the
Granhy smelter, Grand Forks. At
present a Davis hows whim iH used at
the Hattlofd for hoisting purposes.
 ► . .	
Minnelinha-Siiilnr Combination.
At the iiiljouriii'd meeting of the
Minnehaha Coinpaiiy, in Toronto tin-
other day, a proposition under the
terms nf which the eiimpniiy beyimcs
merged Into the Sailor Consolidated
Company, was accepted hy tho shareholders. The proposition will he submitted to the shareheldeis of the
Sailor at the annual meeting, to he
held in a few days, and will no doubt
be nil Hied. Under the terms of the
agreement, the mine and assets or the
Minnehaha Oompany lire handed over
io the Sailor, the latter company in
return paying the outstanding indebtedness of the Minnehaha, which
amounts to about $2,000,  The capltall
oupeiintendent Johns reports an
immense strike at the 200-foot level of
the Sunset in Daidwnud. enuip. The
ore was encountered in lhe drift 820
feet from liie shnfl. Thirty-seven feet
of heavy sulphide ore, chiefly pyn hull te, has been passed through. It is II
typical bendwood camp lode wilb Ihis
distibi'tloivhal the ore is more heavily
charged wilh pyrlholile and carries
more gold and less copper than is
usual in Unit cninp. The mine is
owned by the Montreal-Boundary
Creek Company,aud is equipped with
one of Ihe largest plums in the districl.
Assurance Co.
Financial  Statement,  January
1st, 1900.
/.iimm  «'•  *»***   -"•  .
from »l,250,000 lo $2,000,000.   Of I us
■     -  will   ha divided
"holders.
nation of the Sailor w
from »l,250,000 lo $1'
slock 500,000 shares
BIWI*    uvr-f'"*	
among the  Minnehaha shareholders,
in lieu of the slock now held by ihein.
the balance going Into lbe troysur*.
If the  proposition  Is   '*,'l'"l,l,'ll'll,   ,
Sailor  Oompany agrees    lo   ex
$28,000  In development  work   yl
one year, and III ease o   delaul
assctHofth.-MinilchnliaCompan        I
revert to the original shar. h  de s.
Immediately nfler tin-n't'»<■'''<   ■
mill, eompiessor, holler   am I - W    •
and other  assets  will  pass b lo-Mm
possesion   of   tho Sailor  <    "P     ■
These properties are Bitnaled in UW'P
McKinney.
The Golden Crown.
Mr, Li Orde, lhe secrelary of lhe
Brandon and Golden Orown Mining
Oompany, returned recently from
Wellington camp, in the Bmindaiy
Oreek lountiy. He says every!hltig
about the mine Is proceeding like clock
work, mid the prospects of the company never were, brighter, Three hundred Ions of ore have already lieen
shipped in the Trail smelter, and daily
shipments will continue, flic smeller
i el urns give $21 per Ion In ull Values,
Mr, Orde says the ore is similar in appearance ami qualily to Unit of the In-
Roi and War Eagle mines, hut, goes
higher in values.
The company has reason to cougrat u-
lale itself on lis proud position; which
Mr, G. II. Oollins; the managing dl-
lector, has brought it to, There iii'iini l*e reserve ore bodies on Ihe 100 and
150-foot levels, and tbe mine will be a
steady shipper from this out, The
pay-roll of Ihe mine averages $3,500 a
month, and lhe present force of 20
men will be increased, so thnl the development work will keep pace wiih
the mil put of ore,
Andrew Laidlaw yesteiday wired
the president of the conipnny, Hon. T.
Mayne Daly, Q. (,'., from Denver, Col,,
that, the results of the Loder smelling
test of tlie Hve tons of Golden Crown
ore lakeii ihere liy Mr. Laidlaw for
experimental puipo-cs was highly
satisfactory, being gold $22.10, silver
78 cents aud copper 2 010 per cent.; in
all values $20.08.-Rossliiiid "Miner."
 re.-———
AGAIN IN TROUBLE.
This time Arrested at Chesaw on a
Charge of Robbery.
Theodoie Faust, who for several
years bus figured prominently in the
Inw courts on holli sides of the line, hns
been arrested at Chesaw charged with
holding up an Indian nml relieving
bim of $20. The following taken fron,
ihe Ohesaw "Tunes" gives a full
account of ihe holdup and the subsequent arrest of Faust and his partner
Wm. Wheeler.
"Deputy Sheriff Snnford brought In
lo the city Sunday two men who will
have to account for a serious charge
lodged against them.
"Theodore Faiist,who was implicated
at Republic iu a robbery, and over iu
Wmdner, Idaho.charged with murder,
and at Niagara, B. C„ In tt highway
robbery, but who got olf Ihis lasl
otf'-uce by turning Queen's evidence
and sending his partner in crime to
Ihe peuileiiiaiy, and who has been liefore Commissioner Cresson a couple of
times liefore, charged with assault with
attempt to kill, and selling whiskey to
Indians, and who has figured prominently in recent years In various and
sundry cases ranging from man*
slaughterftll the way down to petit
larceny, and Who is considered a had
man generally, must now answer, in
connection With one Win. Wheeler, to
the charge of holding Op an Indian by
the name of "Hiinihgriiss" at. Molson
on May 25lh, and relieving him of $20.
"It Would appear that, tbe Indian
had sold a horse, receiving therefore
$20, nnd liy mine means Ihese indi
viduals learned of his having the proceeds on his person, and forthwith
connived to obtain possession of the
money. They were not long engaged
in accomplishing what they had sel
ahoul, for lbe same day, a few hours
after lhe sale had taken place, thev
had ihe Indian's wealth in Iheir coffers
nnd were proceeding lo get hilarious,
"As soon ns complaint was iniule Ihe
sheriff started out to capture his nien.
nnd on Sunday last h" succeeded in
(hiding Faust ut Holslcr ns he was pre-
paring to dodge Ihe sheriff's vigilant
eye, hut the officer wns loo quick for
him and had him In the tolls before he
made good his eacape. Wheeler, lhe
other party to tbe crime, was appro*
bended at Molson sonic few hours laler
ill the day,
"Faust and his partner appeared before Justice Oresson mid were committed W the Jul) al O'liiconully, Ihere I"
await trial."
 ► •.	
Spokane Palls and Northern Railway
Company   Change of Time.
KllVciive Sunday, June Slrd. The
Spokane Falls „ Northern Will change
lime and Inaugurate new -ei'vlce as
follows l
Day train "ill leave Spokane 10i.ll) a.
m1m „',,.iV,. Nelson, (1:00 p. in., arrive
Hossland fuliO P- M.| will leave Nelson
0i!)0 am.,  leave  liossland 12:05 |	
arrive Spokane. 7ill) p. m.
Night train (now service) will leave
Spokiuii" »:I5 p. in., nrrtvt* Hossland
(I:!*) ii, in.I will leave Rossliiiul 11:00 p.
in'., arrive Spokane 7:05 a.in.
()l.,,„l    Northern   standard  sleeper
will be attached lo the night trUltiB.
il, a. Jackson,
Ul, General I'assenger Agent.
ASSETS.
MuiiicliiatBonils and Dolientufos..} 7«t,773 10
Uu-i-riiinonl lionils  StH.IMI „
lloniiiiiuli of Cannula 4 per Cent stock 6V,ffl7 ii
Bank,  lxmn Company and oilier
„   st'icks  281,414 „
Oonniany'H Building  115,1* I) Wl
Cash on Umnl anil on Deposit  mm 71
Bills ItccdvAlilo  53,M7 7Ji
MorlKUKus..    ,, :„„Vrfi Wl
l)uu from ollinr Cota|innlc«-Our-
runt Accounts , 18T,1M70
Interest I luo and Accrued  8,210 50
Agent*' Balances alid Sundry Accts. I(I2,7IW 111
LIABILITIES.
■K'ui.na 85
Ixibscs uhdor Adjustment S 171.382 3,i
Dividend Puyable January, 1000....     50,IKKI 00
i sBbsffis
Net Cash Assets $2,100,380 60
Oppital Subscribed but notcallud iu l,0U0,('U(l on
Security to Policy Holders $3,100,380~S0
income for tlio year onding Dec. 31,
,    MUL.... *2,8t2,T4l 50
losses Paid Since Organtnallbli of
Company to DnUi 128,718,388 30
Bourd of Director* I
IIii.n. GKO. A. COX. President,
.1. J. KENNY, Vice-President.
Hon. S. O. WOOD,
VlKssns. HOI1T. BKATY. GKO. It. It, COCK
IU'UX, OBORGK McMUIittlCII, W, it.
UI10CK', HUGH N, BAIHD, JAMKS
KKRIt OSBOltNK.
W. B. RICKARDS*
Agent, Midway, B, C.
®
jp B; M'ELMON.
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER ST
GREENWOOD B.C.
—o—
Oood Tools, Plenty Material,
and 30 years experience   to do
work correctly.   .  ,  .
H. li, Sawyi'.k.
C   A.SAWVl'
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ywjtfffff?? yf?y?TTy y ^ w w ywy
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE in hereby given that thc partnership heretofore estid.ing between James
M. Lynch and D McDuff. Hotclkccrjem, at
Camp McKinney-, H.C, under the llrtn name
of Lynch St McDuff, ho.*, thisday been dissolved
by mnrual consent, tho said James M. Lynch
retiring therefrom.
Thc business will be continued hy the said
il. McDull', who assumes all assets and liabilities
JAMKS M, LYNCH.
1). McDUtfr,
Datod this 1511, day of May, 1900.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvement*.
sro-'xc_i.
White knight mineral claim.
Situate In the OloyoOs MlnlnK Divlilon of
Yale District. Where looated! On Kruger Mountain.
TAKE NOT ICE that I, Chns. doBlols Greon,
acting as agonl for Frank H, Wollaston, free miner's crrliflcaio No. 28803.
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, lo
apply tothe Mining Rocordorfor aCcrlillciitc
ut lmprovemcnls. for tho purposo of Obtaining
a crown Grant of llm abovo claim,
And further tako notico that action, under
stjclton 37, must,  bo commenced beforo thc
issuanco of sueli Certiiicate of Improvements.
Dated this 12th day it June, 1900.
7c CHAS. blsll. UPiEKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificite of  Improvements
XOmAXam
Gcimimr Minkhal Claim.
Sltdato in the Kettle River Mining Division or
Yale  Dlstriot.   Where loeated: Camp
MoKlnnoy.
TAKE NOTICK that t. Chas. do B. Green,
ns agent for Duncan Donald, free
minor's certiflciite No. H307M, Intond, sixty
days from the date hereof, to npply to the
Mining Rodorderforul'ertlttcato of Improvements for tho purposo of oblaining a Crown
(iriitttof tho abovo clsilil.
And hirthcr lako notice that action, undor
section 37, must he commenced beforo lho
Issuntittt of mieh Certlflcaie of Improvements.
I '.iicd this IJth dny of Juno, limn.
7c CHAS, dell. OREEN.
NOTICE.
Sixty days nfter (lute I intend to
upply to iho ('hief Commissioner of
I.n nils und Works for permission to
,11111'liitsn 100 ucres of lltioconpled linre
served crown lands, viz.: (.'.inimeneiii'j
ni n post nt S. W, corner post Lot
IIKtSCil, nn the lw.uk of Similkitiiieen
Hiver, ilumco North 20chain-*, thence
Wesl 80cluiins, ihence smith 21)chains
In the Niniilkameen River, thenee
nlniiK tho Siinilknmeen River to point
of commencement, and containing 100
mi es moil) or less.
This notice wus pasted lip on the
llth day of May, 1000.
A. F. PROCTOR.
mm   send
M The Advance if
j^«®i      To Your Friends.      (
!25,*,Lv, Subscription fa a year
Commercial Job Printing.
AT ''THE ADVANCE,"
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At the SaWyer Brothers livery barn will be found
good single and double rlriversjadies' and gentlemen s saddle horses, and complete packing outfits.
Parties to the VVest Fofk country given specinl
attention,
Dally stage to Greenwood carrying: passengers & Express
SAWYER BROS.,
LIVERYMEN,
MIDWAV, B.C.
O00oooooo0e<
T.M.Gulley&Co.
_i___i__tii_
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMS.
Lafge Stock.   Low tMcen.
************
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COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.
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rrrfrmrm'rvrirtt'
.... Of H-rtford. Conn, i
rmrrrmt
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Ohnrtoftd 18(1.1.
Stock Life and
Aoiiioiit HiRliruiico.
ISSUKS the liest life InsuranM
I eonti'HCls In thi* world. No
disappointment, as io dividends.
Everything ghiii'mileed in lid-
vnnre. Preinlllin fates In til ilA
per cent less lhan those of old
line Muluiil cinnpiiliies.
i
i
ASSETS	
January ist, 189*7,
$20,884.S3 %
Liabilities, .. 1^,910,160.29 f
SURPLUS
1,976.4*4-36 «j
The Tl-aVellelB Cniiililmillnn Accldeill Policy gimranteeB (oraccideiilal
nndei' oi'diimlV condilliins.
i-i I ium 1, Hcncflt           .     ,     1 t-iottx)
t* Loss ot Siulii of Ilml, Kyos     . .(MO
* Uiss of Hoih Koot or Hm li Hands .i.n"
5 l/i-¥ of Ono Hand and Ono Koot d,IW0
* IVrnWlionl tuial liisal.il ty 2Sou
i/itm nt ItiKlit Band     .     ,
\m„ ni l.i'a ai or above Knee
Loss of Loll Hand     ,    .     .
bow. »lf Kllln-r Knot
Lobs of sight of Ono rye .    .
HiSim
iM
I.IKKI
l.nn-i
, 11511
Lirr)its of   Weekly Ir|dernriity $1,000.
AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as ft pAssuhgcf in
any passenger conveyance using steam, cahle,   ov  electricity as a
motive power the amount tn he paid   shall he 0OUBLK the sum
specified in the clause under which the claim is Inrtde,
Cost $52' A  YEAR    TO   PuOFESSlONAL   ANII    BUSINESS
Men.and Commercial TuaveleHB.
Other sums at proportionate rates
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B, <\
Midway Horse Pasture,
T. M. GRAVES, Prop.
Pack and Saddle Horses for Sale.
if yon hnve lout a   hor-.o,   nend mc the brand nnd if Is in tin'
-<oiiiitr,v it Will be found.
TERMS FOR PASTURING $!i.0O PER MONTH,
Single horses delivered in Midway, $5,110 per month.  Two or more, delivered
in Midway, each $4 per month.
THQSJ*VAKE
FALLS HOTEL..,       ^mm
The   hotel   is   centrally  located and is  a stopping  place   for   stag): Illicit
Good Ashing in the vicinity.   Good stnlillng.
A vaHety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigafft st the bar
SITUATED AT
BOUNDARY Palls, is. c<
*m*mtwammmmr*A*mmt*0Wh
THE,
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Creek, B, C.
We llitve ctflmipcl the alxivc hutel at flrei'iitowl f!|ty, atid (tie prepared
to welcome guests and provide Rood accnmnioilntlon, Good OnterliiR, 1'iisl
class Livery Stable.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR Cnpi'iiit Kinij Minkkai. Claim.
Situate In the Osoyooi Mining Division of
Yale district.    Where   located :- On
Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTIOK. that I, Chas. do B.
(li'ccn an wenl fnr Sponcor Couinis,
froo Mlner'a oorlllluilo No. BSU01, tnUind,
sixly darri from lho dato heroof, in
anulv to the Mining llooorder for a CortlBeato
of Improvement*, for tlio purpose of obtaining
a Orown Urnnt of tlio above elaini.
Anil further tako notloo that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of suoh Certificate of Improi omenta.
Dated thl* Uth day of April, IWO.
CIIAS. DKB. UHKKN.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Cortlfloato   of Improvements.
Mii'Awnuu Minkiiai. Claim,
Situate   in the   Osoyoos Mining Division
of Yale   District,   Where Looated: Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chas. DoBlols Oroon
ns ngont for C. II. Arundell freo minor's
cortilicato No. 621$:.' A, Intond, sixty dnys
from the ditto horeof, to apply In tho Minimi
'.tounrdcr for a Cortlllcale of Improvomonts for
Uio purpose ol obtaining a Crown Grnnl of tbe
abovo olalm.
Anil fiiriliei take notico thnt action, undor
soctlon 117. must bo ciiniinoiiccd boforo  the
issuance of such Cerl illcam of Improvements
Datod this 17th day of April, A. D. WOO.
CHAS. DkH. GltKKN.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Lakk vikw anii Okibnt Mixkhai, Claims.
Situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.  Where located : On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chas. doB. Oroon,
us agent for Honjamin Anderson froo
minor's eerlillenle No. 0,1712, anil II. A.
Iliiwrrnian froo miner cerlilirale No. H571I,
Intend, sixty days from tho dato horoof, lo
apply to lho Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of improvements, for thc purposo of obtaining
a Crown Grant of t ho above claims.
And further tako notice that action undor
section 37 must bo commenced boforo the issuance of such Cortiflcato of Improvements.
Datod Ihis 27th day of March, 1000.
CHAS. DEB.GItKKN.
Tiie Sunny Sidk Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division pi
Yale District.  Whero looatedi-Neiir tu
Eholt   Creek,   (formerly   called   Prior
Creek,! lying partly upon and northerly
* - *   ** InlngLot "- "
of end adjoining I
252, Township 79.
William Graham
TAKK NOTICK that I,  
McMynn, froo minor's cortillcalo No.
B630I, Intend, sixty days from lho dato hereof.
lo apply lo tho Mining Itecordor for a Corti I-
oato of Improvomonts, for tlio purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above olalm.
Aud further Uko notice that action, umlor
soclion .17. must be oominonccd bofore thc
insuance of such Cortilicato of Improvements.
Datod this 27th day of Maroh, 1800.
WILLIAM GRAHAM McMYNN.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite  of   Improvements.
VOVIOB
KxmsioH, Golden Ciiown and Homestakk
Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Yale Dlstriet. Where locaied :-On McCaig
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that. I, Chas. dolllols
Greou as agent for tho National Min
ing ami Development Company, free minor's
cortilicato No. n'-lllll. inteiul. sixly days from
tho dato horoof, toapply lo tho Mining Uocoi'-
der for a oorlifloato of improvements, for tho
purpise of obtaining a Crown grant of tho
abovo claims.
Ami further lako nolleo that action, undor
soctlon 37, must bo commenced   boforo tho
issuance of suoh cortlllcale of improvement s
Datod this 22nd day of March, IDOO.
CHAS. DEI*. GRKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
'i''»'...
£'_j'4
M
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M
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1 niy tt
9
Beautifully situated at the confiuenee of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
i'4*."i
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S_i.*lt
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Mining
ff
If
if
SistK
ft-, tf
m
Division,
Railway,
Boundary
iim
ILL BE The most imp°rtant railwaytown fn tlie Kettlc River
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western
The Wholesale Supply and Manufacturing centre; of the  Kettle River
Creek Districts.
distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle River,  West   Fork  and Camp  McKinney
mining camps.
nearest Railway town to Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer Mountain and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
leading residence town   in   the  country, wi
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
The
The
The
ith an excellent   climate,  pure
watei
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A.***.*.
 .  SKND KOU MAl'8, MUCKS AND KUI.I, I'AIITICUI.AItS TO
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certlflcate  of   Improvements,
NOTIOI].
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In tho Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where  located:   Kere'
meos Creek,
TAKE NOTICK that I, Chas. doBlols Green,
im avent for A. J. McUougnll, froo
miners cortilicato No. 115801, intond sixty dnvs
from tho date horeof, to upply to tho Mining itcconler for a certificate of improvements, for tho
purposo.of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho
abovo olaim.
And furthor tako notico that action, undor
soclion   37, must, be ciimnionccd before tho
issuance of such cortihente of improvements.
Dated this Will day of Juno, 1000.
7c CHAS. DEBLOIS GRKKN,
St, .Ioiix Minkkai. Claim.
Situate In the Osoyooi Mining Division of
Yale District,   Where loeated:  Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Robert Story Hall,
as agont for Kda.ird Cook, froe miner's
cortiflcato No. ii:*0,Ji7l, and Charles Nelson, free
minor's coitifloate No. 1153, intend, sixty days
from Iho dato horoof, to apply to tho Mining
Recorder for a Curtittoalu of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tho above claim.
And further take notice that action, undor
section 37, must bo conimonced beforo the issu
mice of suoh Cortiflcato of Improvomonts.
ROBERT STORY HALL.
Dated this 14th day of May, IWO.
*lXfpfp
VitvpTiris
*.vV'VYjvvN7iv
J. F. PIGGOTT, Manager,
London k Lancashire Uiiikling,
Montreal, P. Q.
tti
THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd. '
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i!«!««U«!tt'U!tt!«!«!l i!ii._*.C._^._^!i i!«!4i!4i!«!ii!ij!«_!ii!ii!i i!_*!_*!_»!_»!_*!_s!_!!44!'li!4 i!«!«.'4i!4i!«:tJ!„:*:'' «" *•'• *'•*•{
M. OROU8B,
Agent fur Hriiisli Columhk,
Miilwuy, II
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Notion.
NlCKKKaON Mi.nuiiai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Districl.   Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE that I.Chas. de Blols Groon,
as ngont for John C. Fisher, freo
minor's cortilicato No. 18728a, Intend,
Sixty days from tlio date hereof, lo apply
to Die Mining Recorder for a eerlillenle of
improvomonts, for tho purposo of ohtaining
n Crown graut of the above claim.
And furihor take notico that action, undor
section 37, must bo commenced boforo tho issu
anco of such certificate of  improvements.
Dated this 27th day tf March, 11100.
CHAS. dkjB. ORKKN.
W. H.WEBB,
•*&_.
Practical
__s*
AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
_
Midway, B. C.
■ ♦—
Bepaiving
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Eg' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
An Ideal Residence Town.
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-.just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Stf*   Architect and
_=  Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurarice and
Mining Agent
•WWIARY    PUBLIC.***
t aii view Townsite Agent.    ,
It. H. PARKINSON,
raiRViEW, b. o.
Oorrejipondence Solicited,
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS   CALLED  FOR AND
DELIVERED.
■x*lo»a
St, Lake's Home...
A Private Hospital
and Nurses Home.
Oppei.hlimer St., Vanoouver.
MedicaltSuigicul nmlMidwifci y ciihi-h
received, Terms:— Private Knows,
$15 per week ; Beds in Wards, $1(1
per week.
Nurses wilt Into thc country at thn
usual   charges,    telegrams receiving
liniiediiile  llllentillll.
All applications to lio inaile to
SISTER _B ANDES.
Subscribe for
THE MICE,
k&*&
The pioneer newspaper in the Bonndary district
• Ohly $2.00 a Year.
'-MIDWAY-
Riverside  Addition*
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET.
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B.C. Camp McKinney, B. C.
s&Norfl
R.\
IIAVAV  ('
Nslson & Ft, _i
Railway Co,
Red Mountain
Railway Co.
Tlio only all rnII route liclc
nil point!* Enst, West mills
to HiihmIiiikI, Nelson jiii'I
Intermediate points; coniJ
inir nt Spokane with the Gil
Northern, Northern I'lii'iflc*!
O. lt. & N. Co.
Connects at Kelson wlih the i'.kuw|
Knslo and nil Kootenay Like points.
Connects nt Meyer'*. Falls with sui-tii
for Republic, and connects al Boubjir-q
stage daily for Grand Forks unl (won
tUft  TIIAIN
Ul
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     IJ.03
SPOKANK	
ROSSLAND	
NKLSO.N     0.*
XIOIIT Tlur
SPOKANK     "1.1
HOSS1.ANU    ll.e
A.   mTA.OXS.f~Ot
Ucncrnl I'n*-"
We
Print
On good pap
and in thc nw
approved st)
LETTER HB
HILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CAW
CALLING CARD!
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
Wi
BILL OF SALE
forms for Mineral (
Wi
SURVEYORS'
Affidavit forms fcrFi
Notes, etc., etc.
wi
A Trial Or der
Soll.il'1
AnmiKHH :—
The
MIDWAY,*
I.KS|
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