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Array THE   QRAND   FORK
MIN
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THIRD YEAR.   NO. 131
GRAND FORKS, B. <;., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1898.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
ITEMS   FROM   THREE   STATES.
Minor Oeeurri-iu'eit Here mill There
In W'HMhlniEtoii, Idaho anil Montana—A Lively Oct iiKt'tinrlnn In
Monfnnn—lmllun Killed hy Hear—
.MlMfclIitneotin   .Vote*.
D, C. Eaton of Wditsburg sold $1,500
worth  of apples  to eastern  parties,  the
purchasers to pick thc fruit.
7 Mr. and tfw, dames A. Sinclair of St.
Andrews have just celebrated their golden wedding,
S. T. Co\ of Ellensburg was out 48
days and threshed ovcr 60,000 bushels of
grain. He says he tinds the cook houso
system a grand success.
Nelson Bennett, the railroad contractor,
is Looking over the situation at Golden-
dale uilh a view of putting in & proposition to build a road to Lyle.
Myrtle Mills, the 16-year-old daughter
of sheriff Mills of Pierce county, was fatally burned while sitting before a lire
in an open prate Wednesday morning,
The suit of the Northwestern Lumber
Company against the city of Aberdeen
for nearly $8000 worth of street improvement bonds has been decided by the supreme court in favor of the city.
Samuel II. Erwin, living U miles this
side of Present t. has sold 500 acres of his
old home ranch to a Mr. Dice for $10,000,
'litis leaves Mr. Krwin with only 100
acres, and  that is nearly all fruit  land.
During the. mouth ending October 28
the number enrolled in tlte Olympia city
schools was 730—318 of whom wore boy?
and 403 girls. This is an increase ovcr
last month of live boys and 13 girls. The
average attendance during the month
was 818.63, a gain of 50.73 over to.lt
month.
A needle was located in the bones oi
Henry Newman's band by Dr. Grant
Hicks by the X-ray apparatus made by
.1. Iv. McDonnell of the Western Union
Telegraph Company at Tacoma.
The actual deposits in the nine banking
institutions of Olympia September -0
amounted to $7*001,664.75, an increase of
$5,181,338.61 since thc reports of thc various national banks, nmdo October li.
1806, amounting to a gain of 186 per cent.
Adjutant General Canton lias received
notice from the war department that
ordnance stores have been -.hipped his department from the Bock Island and Beit-
eeiii arsenals. The value of these stores is
$3780, and Ihey will shortly be received
Thi-s week a party of engineers belonging to the l'nited States geological survey were in Pasco, The party consists
of IT. S. Crowe, chief, and (I. F. Kvans
and tl. W. Elden. They arc running a
lino of levels from tidewater at Tacoma
to Spokane and establishing elevation-.
This work is being done preliminary to
mapping thc state, iu accordance with
an ad passed several years ago providing for the mapping of the whole L'nited
States. There arc akso several other
parties in the state, running levels. These
are to bc followed by other parties, who
will complete the work. Tbey found thc
elevation at Pasco to bc 3TH feet above
sea level, and put a plate in tbe new
round bouse marking it.
IDAHO.
Thc enrollment at the normal school
at Moscow has reached  Ud.
Superintendent IxK-kc of the Indian
school at Blackfoot reports 1711 scholars
in attendance, only lacking two of having tbe school capacity.
J. C. Keeley of Weiser has gone to Gibbons, Neb,, with 12 cars of sheep, The
freight, on the fdieep was $2250.
J. M. Dixon and party of Northern Pacilic surveyors left Juliaetta for upper
Clearwater. This makes thc third out-
Jit, in there, says the Press,
The contract bas been awarded by the
Vincland company for a biidge across)
tho Snake river, thc total cost to bc $110,-
000.
Tho state treasurer of Idaho complains,
that called warrants ore not promptly
presented for payment. Of the last call
for some $12,000, only $8600 has so far
been paid.
H. 13. (Jreen has filed notice of location
of 50,000 inches additional water of the
ltoise river to he run through the Iloisc
& Nainpa Irrigation, Land & Lumber
Company's canal.
Thc Lewiston Tribune says: "A large
number of Indians arrive in tlie cily daily
on the train from Spalding. Thc Indian
payment lias supplied them liberally with
cash, and they come to Lewiston to trade
und also enjoy the novelty of a ride on
the cars.*'
Postmistress Culbcrlson and Harry Hue,
assistant postmaster at Burke, were arrested by the federal authorities last
week. Thc arrest is aaid to grow out
of the recent disappearance of $llou,
mostly money order funds. Two weeks
ago Mrs. Culbertson reported Ihe loss of
the money saying she had placed it in
an outhouse while she went to Wallace
and on her return she found it gone.
A settler from thc reservation brought
nn account to Troy of an Indian's fatal
encounter with a silver tip hear near Kit-
miah last week, which tends to verify
the report that bears arc numerous in
those parts and arc responsible to a great
extent for lhe missing cattle that are being complained about. The. unfortunate
Indian was alone in the timber and armed with a small 22 rifle when he met tho
bear, who showed light at once. Thc Indian commenced shooting, wilh little effect beyond aggravating tho bruin, who
rushed ot him and after a hard struggle
succeeded in tearing the Indian to pieces
and scattering his remains about in a
terrible shape.
MOXTAXA.
William Woolsoy of White Sulphur
Springs purchased 28 head of beautiful
smooth steers of B. H. Sherman last week
for .$44 per head, and will feed them for
the spring market.
J. N. Chatfin, who bas a ranch across
the river from Gebo, threshed 12 acres
of oats tbat yielded 720 bushels, machine
: measure- a  trifle over 00    bushels    per
acre.
Benjamin Jones of Lew Istown and a
companion killed a silver tip bear on thc
middle fork of Jlig Spring creek lhe other
day. Bruin tipped the scales at nearly
500 pounds. Tlie hide was a beauty, and
was sold for $30.
The Bluewater section is still Ihe banner
wheat growing district of Clarke's Fork
vall^r. Thomas Brewing! on threshed
2144 bushels front 115 acre?, and 1200 bushels of oats from 2,'l acres. On the ranch
of Thomas Green, Harley Lowe raised
1755 bushels of wlieat on 53 acres.
A telegram has been received from Dr.
Henshall, in charge of ihe government
fish hatchery at llo/cman, stating that he
Was about lo start for Hillings with lho
consignment of 100,000 8toe 1 head an.l
brook trout fry for the stocking of Bear
Toolh lake, west of Ked Lodge, Owing ro
thc lateness of tlie season, however, it
was considered inadvisable to attempt to
get the fry ovcr thc mountains to the
lake this year, and notification to this
effect was wired Dr. HeiLshall.
The Interna tiou Building Laborers'
Protective Union of Butte seems to be a
prey to dishonest officiate. A year or
more ago their financial secretary, a man
named Couch, got away with about $500,
and he was sent to the penitentiary for it.
Now the ollicers of thc union report that
their treasurer, Peter Cainmus, is mining, and so is $770 of the union's money.
Gammas was hist seen aJbout tbc 22d of
October, and since then his accounts
have been figured up and thc amount oi
his shortage ascertained.
'Whisky" KUne, who now languishes in
thc county bastile in Virginia City, is
probably the friskiest man for his years
iu the state of Montana. He is 80 years
old, and during liis checkered career lias
hobnobbed wilh the bandits that infected this country 30 years ago, and incidentally served 10 years i;i the penitentiary for killing a man in thc Twin
Bridges country. A short time ago he
became a county charge, and it took him
but a few weeks to terrorize thc inmates
of the poor farm. A few nights ago he
precipitated a general fight, which resulted in his arrest at the instigation of
Adolph Brookman, Brookman, wbo is
also past 80, claims that Kline drew a
revolver on hitn and threatened to kill
him, but was prevented from so doing by
other inmates.
GERMANY REBUKES GREED.
HE  MAY YET MAKE  TROUBLE.
SELECTING A CAMP SITE.
I*: 1 K-lit      Miles     Trom     1 in-.una     Two
damps will llo Pitched.
Washington, Nov. 8.—Colonel Decker,
with Colonel Lee of the board which was
sent to Ouba to select camp site for the
American army of ocei ^alinu. has • a.-Y
ed Washington and has had several con
feronces With the president and Secretary
Alger. The secretary has approved thc
locations selected by the Decker board
for the principal garrison, which will be
iu the neighborhood of Havana. The
place selected lies about eight miles soutli
of Havana, in lhe neighborhood of the
lown of Marianao. Two camps will be
pitched at this point, one oo either side
of thc splendid aqueduct which supplies
Havana with water. This aqueduct will
he tapped and tlie water drawn by steam
pumps from it lo supply the camps,
which will be pitched iu u pk (can about
1H0 feet alwve sea Unci.
At the nearest point to tbc camp on tho
sea beach a dock is being constructed.
The troo'w will bc landed at this point
and inarched directly to the camp, the
puriHise being to avoid exposure to possible infection in Havana.
GOLD IN THE BLACK SANDS.
l'lneer   Mlulnm;   Ik   Itlch   In   llie   La ml
of Firo.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. K.—Franklin
Kiinsom of this cily, who went to Ticrr.i
del Fuego a year and a half ago iu quest
of gold, has returned with nearly $18,000
in gold. Ransom will return to South
America in the spring. He said today
that he bad endured many hardships during his absence. He says til thc gold
is obtained from phTcer mines or is washed out of a magnetic black sand that is
blown Upon the sea shore. 'This sand
sometimes runs $i.80 to the pan. Thc
belt of black sand lies under the low tide
level, so it is necessary to wait for a
storm to wash it up iu reach of the miners.
STEAMER ON CAT ISLAND.
II  Miij   Ho tlio SpiinlNh ('miner Mnrlii
Teresa*
New York, Nov. 8.—--lames E, Ward A
Co., steamship agents, yesterday afternoon
received a cablegram from Mr. Moyer,
agent of the firm at Nassau, N. I*\, that
a two-funneled nleamer, the name of
whieh had not becn learned, is ashore on
Cat Island, aliout 30 miles from the point
where the former Spanish warship Maria
Teresa was supposed to have foundered
during a slorm. Thc stranded steamer
may bo the warship or one of the army
transports.
An Officer nr General .Morritt** stuff
Sn jn ilm t the It e be Is tun t ml
Luzon, ninl Thut Mure TrnonM Muy
Ile   Iteiiiilreil   tu   Settle   Matters   In
the   I'liil ijtplii,--*,.
New York, Nov. 8.—A dispatch to the
Herald from Washington says,
Major Simpson, of General Merritt's
staff, has just returned from Manila, and
though personally he docs not seem to
fear serious trouble wilh lhe force of
Aguinaldo, he says there is distinct sentiment among the United States troops
that there may be trouble and more
troops may bc needed.
Aguinaldo's force is reckoned at about
mooo and Major Simpson freely admits
that the rebels arc iu control of (lie inland
of Luzon. The recent attack on Ilo Ilo by
the forces of Aguinaldo recalled to hiin
that Aguinaldo had some transports and
about 500 of the Luzon troops had been
carried to the island of Panay.
On thc island of Mindanao the situation
is not understood as the inhabitants arc
mostly Mohammedans. Little or no investigation of the ettuotiou there has
beeu made by our anny. Hack In tho
hills of Luzon many tribes arc almost
uncivilized and have never felt the force
of either the insurgents or Spaniards.
To complicate the situation the priests
are now intriguing to make the rebels
discontented with Aguinaldo and to set
up another insurgent chief. Should all
the islands pass into thc hands of the
United States, the situation might be one
of surprises.
The fact that Aguinaldo's troops attacked Ho Ilo, according to Major Simpson, shows that Aguinaldo has not acquiesced in the decision involved in the
fall of Manila.
THIS GENERAL ELECTION.
Sn>H   the   I nlled    Stale*    Arc   TuUlntf
the l.iiMt  Drop  of  DlOOtl.
Berlin, Nov. 7.-The pel's    that    tho
United States now demand] Lhe whole of
the Philippine islands has created much !
interest   here,     Tho  German   newspapers
comment unfavorably upon it.
The Cologne Gazette says "Thc interests of Germany will be especially injured
by the American annexation, as the policy of the open door whicli bas hitherto
reigned under the SpanislJ flag will be
quickly ended. Moreover, he American
demand from a humane pout of view i-
unheard of, It means lhe apieczlng of a
fallen foe to the last drop in Wood, aud
would sully the name of thd victor.   Tl
ITEMS OF NORTHWEST CAMPS.
Montana  Mining  Company   Atfaln
to     Finn no 111 I    tirlef—\e-iv     Mining
Oonipaniex Beat the War Tax by
l,n« Par VniueH—Hii'ii Placer* in
Idaho nmi Strike* in the Cascade
lluiintiiin* — Min em Inj-t'lcul Dlfl-
eovcrleifi
the gra\e) for a depth of i; feet and a
width of 150 feet ruu- over lo cents to
the pan. Manager Anderson admits that
-ii i&fuctoi \    developments    have    been
made and that thc returns are most gratifying. This i- one of tha companies
working what ore called the high bars
on the river. These bara are from I"11
to 500 feet above the present bed of the
Mream and it has tafctm large investment
to put water on them. Then valuo was
not known until a few years ago an the
early prospector* did nol think of looking for rich ground on top of the nioti i-
1 tains. ,    Washington,   Nov.   7.  -An   explosio
The Republic Tunnel. , ,,„,! „  ,in. a(   ,-,.j;(   yesterday  aftcrnon
.oonard    of Libby,    Mont.,      Tne  -ret   Republic   tunnel   thai   wan   wrecked the supreme 'court room and tli
states that an attachment was placed up-1 u-gun  five months since was * iph-ud   i ns  immediately  adjoining  ii  on  th
\aeil>   I ion   feel   in   main lloor of the capitol.   Tli
QUARTER OF A MILLION LOST.
BttcMpIuy (.'it* i:\jii.oii--i in the Capitol       ilu IM In «        in        Mii-hliiKlon.
lVreeltitt0  'he  Rooiua uf  the Supreme Court un<j Destroying \ui-
iin Mi'    Hook*   ti ml    Dim-ii men In.
Frank M. U
Twenty-One     Kleet       n      Governor,
Twenty-Throe, Senntorn.
Archbldhop GronH  In 111.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 8.-—Archbishop
William IL Gross of Portland, Or., is at
St. Joseph's hospital; this city, under
treatment for heart trouble. His grace
arrived here three weeks ago to recuperate his health, but became ill while con
dueling a retreat, and Acting on the advice of friends went to the hospital. Thc
physicians tonight report that his condition is slightly improved.
Exporta nntl Import*.
Washington, Nov. 8.—An increase of
over $100,000,000 iu exports and a decrease of $100,000,000 in imports is the
record of our foreign commerce for the
nine months ending September 30, 1808, j
compared with the corresponding nine'
months of thc preceding year.
Washington, Nov. 7.—There -will be
elections in 42 stales tomorrow, in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado,
Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia-
Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland. Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Now
York, North Carolina, Noith Dakota,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Lland, South
t'.Molina, South Ftykoto, Tennessee, Tex
as, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West
Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
In 10 of them—Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
Mississippi, Nortli Carolina, Rhode Island,
aud Virginia-—only congressmen will he
voted for, in two—West Virginia and
North Carolina— congressmen and legislature.
ln addition to West Virginia, 22 other
States—California, Connecticut, Delaware,
Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, .Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York.,
North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee,
Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and
Wisconsin—elect a legislature which will
choose u United States senator,
In 31 states a governor and a full or
partial set of state ollicers are at stake.
The following elect, a governor: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Nevada.
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, North
Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
In; Illinois, Iowa, Florida, Delaware,
Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Utah and
Washington one or more minor state officers, thc treasurer, auditor or justice of
the supreme court, etc., arc to bc con
tended for.
SEVEN MEN WERE KILLED.
('.ml Cunt   rimiKeii    ilonii   n   Slinft
I'pon .Miner*.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Nov. 6.—Seven nun
were killed and three fatally injured at
fhe Exeter colliery of the Lehigh Coal
Company at West Pittsburg yesterday.
The accident was due to the alleged
carelessness of Engineer David Price,
who, aiding in disobedience of positive
orders, caused three cars to run into the
top of the shaft. These cars, loaded and
weighing 11 tons, fell down the 300-foot
shaft and crashed with frightful force
upon a carriage containing 10 men.
The accident occurred as thc men were
going lo work and being sent down lhe
Bhaft in parties of 10.
Ilentli of n Yukon Pioneer,
San Francisco, Nov. 8.—Tha remains
of Prank Dinsmore, one of the founders
of the Yukon Pioneers' Society, who did
in this city of bronchial trouble, have
been shipped to Auburn, Me., his native
place. He was one of the most prominent
men on thc Yukon and was interested in
a number of the richest claims. He left
au estate valued al $500i000.
Omnliu  Come Out  Kvcn,
Omaha, Nov. 7.—The Trans -Mississippi
and International Exposition Association
is paying back 75 cenls on every dollar
of stock subscribed for its construction,
Afler this is accomplished enough money
will remain in the treasury lo more than
pay the remaining 25 per cent and fulfill
all obligations,
Twenty-six sick and dying persons
were recently picked up on the streets of
Matanzas, Cuba, on the same day,
Colum-1 Wntrner nt the Prenltllo.
San Francisco, Nov. 7.—Lieutenant
Colonel Henry Wagner of the Fourth
cavalry has assumed command of lhe Presidio, relieving Major Davis JI, Kinzic.
 I-    luunu  iiiimeiii.n, iv  aajoimng  ti  on  the
fallen foe to the last drop Vf blood, and 1 oa the Silver Butte mine an 1 plant, near hIlst week. It i- exactly 1100 reel In main door of the capitol. Tho entire cen*
would sully the name of thd victor. The | Vermilion, Mont., last week, by John j iengtili and the last 400 was run in Octo* ; tral and eastern part of the great marble
whole sympathies of the wold would iK ( Willis,    the   storekeeper,   of Thompson  ber.    This  Mr. Clark  states i-  the besl [pile from  the main floor to tiie Bubtci
OU the side of Spain,    brutilly   ground   Falls to -eeure a claim of $0148 for nier-   tunnel record ever made in .i single month   i. an basement practically i- a mass • f
down by her enemy."                                 chandlse furnished the oompanj, uiih a -ingle drill.   Aboul GlKl feet of tbc i ruin-',    l'he force of Uie explosion was so
National Zeitung points Jit that   the      Tho Kentucky & Montana Mining Com-   CAy]y w.uk was done by hand drill. heavy that tiho coping stones on the outpr
Philippine island-, would, in American pany owns the Silver Butte properly. The ledge was crossed directly below walls j iut ca-t of the poiut where tha
hands, become not only of Ihmense com- Some months .since ihe company became the poiul where the big ore chute n is explosion occurred were bulged out near
inercial.   hut   of  nnriinmmif Umnnrfnnnfi    Involved flniin<i(nllv nnrl nilnmx l	
In
inercial,  but  of paramount importance
"which all of the powers that'tave become
interested  iu the far cast lire  bound  I
seriously consider."
Therefore, the National Zejtuug thinks
some power may oppose HjQ change of
ownership.
Thc Vosslche Zeitung fcctures the
United States for ita allegejl greed and
the Deutsche Zeitung describes the United States' demands as on unfortunate
piece of characteristic Vankre impudence,
and calls on Kurope to put its foot down
while there is yet lime.
The government of Germany and the
semiollicial newspapers have been silent
or extremely cautious. Biit it is quite
evident that Germany will not interfere
in the settlement of the Philippine question, nor even encourage interference upon the pari of others, and it is understood Lhat this has been intimated to the
Spanish  government.
BRUTAL CRIME IN PORTLAND.
Kalian   lloolbliiek   VI unit? reel  hy   l-'oiil
Fiend* Wltbln  the CU**.
A map of Jerusalem in mosaic, over 1500
years old, has been found in Palestine.
llie smallest cows in the world are to
be found in the Samoan islands.
Portland, Ore, Nov. 7.--Within the
city limits of Portland one of tbc most
fiendish crimes imaginable bus discovered
aliout noon Saturday. Tip victim w.ia
Angelo Scrlcko, an Italian bootblack In
years old, Upon whom lirst i nameless assault was committed and lho was then
dragged to his death by hia assailants.
Serlcko's body, scratched ami bruised,
from being dragged and wiil marks of Hie
rope still around his neck, was found In
an orchard ou Last Burnadc street between Twentieth and Twenty-first street
The boy had not returned bonie the previous nlgbi and his faniil-,-, who live
within ^t;0 leet oi the phV-fe lVhel'6 the
body was found, had been abrmed by his
absence and early in tiie tiorning the
father, mother, sister and roungcr brother started out to search tor him. Por
several hours (heir efforts were unavailing and they returned hone when the
younger brother, it lad of 0 'cars, almost
stumbled over his brother's body, lying
face downward on the gr.ss. Its appearance left no doubt as tr the manner
of death. The clothing wai torn almost
off, the neck showed traces of a tightly
drawn rope and also cvidencs of having
been dragged.
A post mortem cxammafion revealed
the fact that death had reulted from j
strangulation and that au unspeakable
crime had been committel before the
murder, lt seems probable fh.t more than
one man was engaged in thecrimo as tlie
boy was above thc average size for his
age and one man, unless vey powerful,
could hardly have done thc dted. There
is no clue to the murderers.
involved financially and miners in its e
ploy placed liens upon the property to se*
cure iheir claims. The company wns said
to bo backed by Louisville capitalists, and
some of them came out to .sec the property.
The wage accounts were settled and arrangements made wiih the creditors of
the company, some of whom were Spokane business houses, for an ox tension
of time until a road could la- completed
to the railroad aud shipments of concentrates commenced. Meantime the property was leased lo a uew company, called
the Vermilion Mining Company, of which
K. It. Schuldcr, manager of the old Kentucky & Montana Company, was president, and George E. Boos of Missoula, ,i
prominent stockholder. The leasers undertook the i-petalion of tin property,
completed tbo road and began shipping
concentrates to Helena, but the returns
were not sufficient to keep
pense account and thc at
result.
It is said that the Silver Butte mine i-
a valuable properly, and thai it only
needs more systematic underground development to make ii successful. The mill
and other buildings are far more elaborate and substantial than the ordinary
mine equipment, and have elicited much
praise from mining men who have visited the property. The location of the
properly is in the southwestern pari of
Plat bead county, nol far from the Idaho
line,
Loit   I'm-  Value*.
iv bulged out near
liy  two  inches, and locked    doors were
Thc big ore chute   forced  from  their hinges quite   150  feet
be  10U feet  deep, j from the scene.   Fire followed ihe explo-
the ledge at  thai | sion so quickly as to seem practically sim-
know u
found in tunnel No, 2
te therefore known  t<
as tunnel   No. 'i taps
depth.   It i^ Mr. Clark's beliel that what I ultaneous with It
te known ns the south ore chub' is really |     The explosion shook the immense struc-
a  part  of the big chute, anl that  tiny   turo to its foundations, and  was heard
have now   united.    If this theory holds   several Bquares from the capitol.   It oe-
good, the chute will be 300 feel long from j clined in a small room tightly enclosed
 ''■ * 'K   ":''  i-i--   * --■    |,v heavy stone walls in the subterranean
basement immediately below tlie main entrance to the old capitol building, lu this
a 500-light gas meter, which
main.    Little gas
south to north, with an ore body
erogo width of aliout.   Kl fe«*t,     Ai   tin
point where ii i- crossed by lhe tunnel il
is :il feel wide, and of this 1> feel i.s high    room   wa-
grade ore.    There  is enough ore prnctb   was fed by a four-inch
cttlly in sight to keep the .mi stamp mill   is used In tbat part of the building, but at
constantly running for several years, the time of the explosion the gas had not
A  strike in  Idaho, been turned off at tlie meter.   The meter
A strike has been made ia the Friday   itself was wrecked, and  the gas pouring
nt.   Willow   Ci.ck.   Idaho,   belonging   to   from  tlie main caught   lire.    The flames
Sorcnson and l*arri-li of Spokane.   A rich   originating from the explosion darted up
chute of ore lias been found flopping oul j lhe shaft of the elevator, which had been
on the surface,   li has been atripped for  completely destroyed by the force of tbe
p  up  the  ex* Un feet   and  haa been cut   into  from   ihe   explosion,  and  communicated   with    the
ment is the j bottow of the cut a distance of eight feel | record room of tlie supreme court, the of*
' without exposing the hanging wall.   The I ti■■,, of the marshal of the court and the
value of ibe ore is  nol  given out,  but   supreme court library.   Before the flames
ii i.s said lhat  il averages ovci $00 tt toll   could be subdued the priceless documents
iu gold.    A  lol  is being hauled  here for
shipment.   Five hundred sacks have now
arrived,    li   Is    believed  that    the  main
pencil and
• 1   ill
elter i-i runuiug
capacity:
-mo ton?
A  number of  new   mining compaun:-> i v0vthnort si
formed during the last few months iu var j ;'     r„n .i„;i,
ions sections of the nortli wesl  evidently
intend to get the best of the .>.„■ m.v rev- | j-j-jmoAj,   SH0PS   DESTROYED.
cnue business.    As it has been utiju-th
decided..•■hat tbe lax must be levied oul ......
. ■.Mimu-rn     I'ti.'llle'w    Tliint    nl    Mi-r.i-
tne par  value ot  stock,  these uew   can  i
.        , , ,     i -  I in en I «*    II ii rneil.
panics   base,  reduced   the  par  value  1"  ■■ !
and  in cents.    While these tactics have ,, .    v,       0
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. s
ui the record room had been almost totally destroyed and serious damage had been
done in  the marshal's oflice   and   some
an nor rooms in the immediate vicinity.
The library of the supreme court, located
i mined lately benca t h  the supreme court
room, was badly damaged by flre, smoke
and water.
Throughout   the. lower central  portion
shipping 525 tons of ore.   The output of 1 °} ll1" ,'1'1  ™1>H°1  building, doors,  win-
the mins for October was 12 750 tons. Thc |amvs  i""1   ",ll,,-s  m  «*»»»"(*  room*
ledge of that camp has bet
lhat. it will prove to be o
mine-*  of  llie stale.
lleiit >'    Shipment*.
One day last  week the  to Kol
ished another    record    by    loading
Id
slab
BEGIN DIPPING CUTTLE.
Compllniioe   With   Unit rait I ne   II e^-
iilntiuiiN  nt  St.  I,oi1m.
St. Louis, Nov. 0.—The irst regular
cattle dipping ever done in tie north under the recent quarantine regulations
pnssed by the United States government
was conducted at the St. I^.iis National
Slock Yards yesterday, 'lie law provides that when southern edtle arc dip-
pod in a solution of pot rol am and sulphur they can he moved through the
quarantine  line  without   retrlctlon,
The tirst lot immersed Consisted of 72
calves, aud they came out of their hygienic bath looking none lie worse for
their experience, in exact!) 30 minutes.
The work was done under tb direction of
Dr. Brougham, chief government inspector of the National Stock Vards, and
was wi successful that 180 lead of older
cattle got a bath with cqiilly good results.
After the dipping thc ol tio were all
paused by the Inspector on< can now he
shipped the same as native attic.
MORE NEW STAMP MILLS.
Tu llrenk  tlie Record  Inthe Amount
ot   Ore   ( rn*lul.
been resorted lo to reduce lhe levy on
each .share of stock issued, yet nevertheless it cau not be called dishonorable,
for the tax as it has been decided by ihe
comissioner te unjust. No one would ob
ject to pay tax on lhe prico for which
the shares are sold, but when the par
value is .^1 and the shares only bring,
say 5 or 10 cents, it is unreasonable to
demand tho full tax on tho $1, or par
value. As there U no oihcr remedy, tho
promoters have decided to organize new
companies in such a manner that the
stamp tax will not act as a prohibitory
measure.
Jewels,   .let   itnil   Bitumen.
This past, eight weeks have been very
productive in miueralogicol discoveries in
the area tributary to Ureat Falls, Mont.
Outside of the -sapphire mine near Yogo,
with its associate deposits of massive corundum, and probably in the Iut inc. the
lind ing of rubles, specimens havo been
furnished me this last week vhich prove
conclusively thc existence of that rare
metal, vanaduein, in the i'ogo district;
also deposits of jet within u distance of
20 miles of Great Kails city, furthermore, within a distance of live miles of
Monarch bituminous deposits similar to
those of L'tah have been found, and are
knowu to bc of pecuniary value.
in  the Cascades.
Uttle  has appeared   in   print,   bul   the
strikes resulting from    work  performed
Fire, which
broke oul in tl xtensive railroad shops
of  the  Southern   Pacilic  (ompany  y •
teidaj  caused a loss uf ove
It started in the car und i
iu the center of a group of lai
and, tanned by n still' wind, t
structure and ii -
than half au hot)
bag   -a w    and   pli
shop, idled  wilh
kind-, and in n few minutes the whol
terior of the big brick strut
raging furnace, Hundreds
employes aided the flre di j
fighting the llames which wet
der control before daylight.
The   cause   of   flre   i~   no
known, bul it is thought, to have Started
from  crossed  electric light   wires  in   the
■•hop-
ll
ire  wa
;.   a
i   ra ill
oa.l
'linen t
iu
gotten
un-
positively
only a little m
since the pattern shop
here was burned, causiiif
half a million dollars.
>t   il
a lo
company
of nearly
STOPPED CUBAN EXECUTION.
General  Wood Snld Ho u until Hnuu
llie   l-'irltiju   l*n rt j.
Santiago de Cuba,  Nov, 7.  -An  incident has occurred here which is causing
intieb  talk among the Cubans and   max
create ill feel ing,   The Cuban general, Po
rcz, who has half a dozen times announc-
diiiing the summer of 'os on  tho west | t.ti his intention to disband the troops un-
idc  of  the Cascade  mountains are  at-   der his command, but has not yet  done
trading wide attention and capital.    V | So,  recently  ordered  tbe  trial  by  courl
New York syndicate, represented by Mr.   martial of'one of bis
X other apartments, are badly damaged.
Just nortli of the crypt an archway a!-
most over the meter room was completely
blown out and great masses oi masonry
torn  from  thc floor were  hurled  to the
J ceiling  wiili  such  force as   to  burst  the
;■!!,* ind plaster of thp iviill- above, ponderous flagstones    were    wrenched from
their resting places and throughout the
, corridors the frescoing on tho ceiling and
walls of the corridors were utterly ruined. No damage wa.s done to the main
foundations of the building as these aro
of solid masonry deeply embedded and
25 feel four inches thick.
Justice Harlan said that while the loss
of the records was irreparable, it wa.s fortunate that tlie later records of the court
(lice of the clerk
on the main lloor, were uot injured. As
documents for reference at thia lime and
: later, Justice Harlan thought those were
of far greater value than lhe records de*
l strayed. Fortunately thc clerk's oflice
was not in the least damaged by lire and
! the explosion did no damage in it except
j to blow   one window out,
Iu the opinion of the capitol officials
and incclinnics who examined the struc*
tlire  the loss  will  reach   probably  SJS200,-
| (  to the building.   The loss on tlie 11*
i brary and record-, as stated above, can
scarcely bc estimated in dollars and cents.
'■ A million dollars could not replace them.
] because of many of them no duplicates
i are in existence.
YELLOW JACK IN HAVANA.
Two    vi,-ii      In    tlunrtf rmfiNter*N    Ile-
purl im* u l    Stricken   With   IHwenne.
Havana,  Nov.  S.    J.   II.  Caldwell   and
F, T.  Stewart, attached  to  the quarter
master's department, have been stricken
with yellow fever. They hud been occupy*
apartment.- at the Hotel Pasaje, nd-
¥200,000.
whine shop
e building-.
.troved the
stly machinery in loss
It  nexl attacked i lie
iug   mill   end   cabinet       . . . . ,
... ....   which are kept  m ilu
msoiiciI  lumber ot a'] L
Haber, has beeu making paymouta on | deserting from the army in lime of war
their bond of $50,000 for a group on |)„, prisoner was condemned lo death bill
Troublesome creek, after expending about before the sentence was executed notill
$30,000 in development, allowing some cation was senl to Colonel Ibiy of the
gr.-ai results, An Omaha syndicate has Third immune regiment, who laid Unjust purcha-cd an Interest fr&m Mr. Rude* matter before General Wood, eommandi r
beck, of the Sunset group near Index, of the military department of anUaf-jo
and a large amount has been subscribed Perez was Informed thai it Ihr man wm
to push operations.    About  three weeks| executed   thai   he and  tbe  llring  party
on a charge of joining  thos,. of Colonel   Williams, tin
would   I
COUld   le;
hanged
the court -
■gaily sentence them.
\i'w inn per Enterprtne,
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. S. The new
stamp mills which the Tied well and allied companies have beet electing on
Douglas island, Alaska, ro completed,
and after being tested will c turned over
to the companies by thc ingitiecrs now
in charge.
These mills give Douglnsislnnd a tot il
of S80 stamps with a eapaiiy for crushing 2600 tons of ore daily This will be
a greater amount of ore tan is crushed
iu an equal area anywlnv else in the
world.
IIiiNbitml mnl   Wife liirilereil.
Two Kiver.-. Wi-., N> 8.- Mr. and
Mrs. John Bahls, aged 70 nd 75 years re
spectivcly, were brutally nirdered in the
village of Mishlcott, abut two miles
northwest of here. Mr. Ihi Is was killed
ih his barn and his wifeslain iu thoir
cottage. Ernest Messman-a laborer, has
been arrested on suspicion
Of the 11 emperors on. empresses of
Itussia between Peter I. aiuAlexander II.
four have becn assassinated
follows;     "Kaiser    William    Todaj
Makes the    Following   Speech."     Then
would come thc full  text   of the speech.
igo the ledge was Intercepted 250 feet
in, at about the same depth, revealing
four or live feot of chaleo-pyrltes, aver
aging $40 to $50 per ion. Arrangements
are lieing made to commence shipping.
Besides these, other deals have been made
iu -cvcral of the camps.
The I.e Hui DCIll,
The British America Corporation Is
making a determined tight for lhe minority stock of the Ia- Rol Company, and it
is predicted iu certain quarters that thc
day is not a fortnight removed when tlie
big corporation can announce ils entire
control of the biggest mine in Rosslaud.
Last week Kdwiu Ibiranl, manager of the
lhitish America Corporation, met Senator Turner at Northport, when the senator bad delivered a campaign address,
and accompanied him to Colville, where
ihy npbound train was met and Mr. Durant returned to Rossland. On the train
the gentlemen were in close consultation,
and both have since admitted that the
proposed   sab;   of   the minority stock to
the  B. A. C. was the subject discussed, i ton ,1I(d while doing so fires were started
Both gentlemen have since asserted that   jn fche fnrnftce8.   The result wai that Purcell  was severely burned and nearly   lost
chief ipiarterma.-ter, who i-*. also suffering
from the disease. Both men have been
removed under the order of Dr. Lainc,
to Kl Vedudo fever hospital. In the opinion of Dr. Lainc and other physician*,
the Hotel Pasaje is infected and there
will probably bc a stampede among the
American guests when the fact becomes
know ti*
Ha
Mining   t line   Ciuleil.
Snn  Francisco, Nov. 7.   The
Noivi'tis- en-e has departed forover from
Berlin, Nov. 7.    There i- much official I the conn-..    Th.it In to -ay. W far as the
Indignation ni  ihe fact  that ibe Vienna , joug pending litigation Inuween President
Ar/ciier Zeitung,  the  leading    Austrian   M. \V.  Fox and the old directors of the
socialisl  organ, succeeded    in    i blaming   corporation    is    concerned.      The    final
Emperor William's speeches al Jerusalem  judgment In ll ane was entered by Su-
before he delivered them, prefacing thoin  perlor Judge Hubbard in accordance*with
the second and lasl Instructions from thc
supremo court. Thc judge orders the defendants to pay the jdainiiiV stockholders
A rigorous Investigation Is proceeding | $210,107.50 with interest from June, 1802
iu German court
of discovering thf
furnished to the
ie- of the speechi
circles  for the purp-
per-on  or person-   w In
socialist  pi-ess full cop
has:
It now remains to be seen who will
; ceive the money and there is talk of fur-
'. ther litigation. The trouble will arise
| over the question whether the stoekhold-
i ers are to benefit by the amount of the
judgment, less a sum of $0904.52 in costs
j of the corporation itself.
11 is now eight
dings were la
the dicker came to naught
nioii iiiniio Place™.
Sensational stories are  lold  regarding
developments in the property of the Twin '
Objected (u MelnK Toasted
San Francisco, Nov. 7.—M. Puree
sued  R.  Dunsmuir Sons & Company fu.   v.olira slnce ,)l(. ,irM
$•5000  damages  for personal   injuries  re , j^
oelved.   The plaintiff claims that on IV , ___„	
comber lfi, 1807, he was sent to clean out Los* of 9100,000.
Pitkin, Col, Nov, 8,—One entire block
; of buildings in this city was destroyed
't yesterday by lire, believed to be incendi*
I ary.     Loss $100,000.
I the smokestack of the steamer Welling
his life.
Fifth  Ohio  Muttered <>nt.
Cleveland, <"»., Nov. 7.—The Fifth OMo
volunteer regiment wa.s mustered out ol
^^^^^^^^^ Thc vine attains a great age, continuing
Springs  Placer  Company    00 the  upper' fruitful for at least 400 years.    It is sup- ^^^
Boise.    According    to these reports    the ' posed to be equal to the oak as regards ■ service and the men paid Saturday.   They
company has opened n channel in which longevity, [received $108,000, THE   MINER
:iIK MINEl1. isprlpt-d ou Saturdays, and will
bc maibjii to any -address In Canada or tbo ;
United Statea for out1 year on receipt ot two
doUart-.   single copies five cents.
CONTRACT Ai/.■;:;; ri3KMENJ8 Ini  rt. a ut the
tate ti V; per a. lutan inch nor mouth,
TiJLk&IENT  ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted al
.'■ ■ .
tne rated lfi cents pet nonpareil line tirst
insertion.    Advertisements   running tor »
shorter period than three mt nths areclassed
transient.
CORRESPONDENCE Iron, every part of the]
Yale District ami commuhloationB upon live
topics always acceptable. Send in your
news while tt is iresh, and we will do the
rest.
JOB PRINTING turned out in first-class Btyle
Ht the shortest notice.
Address P IT. McC -iBTERA SONS.
i;r..-.M> Forks B.'.'.
IW..I.IM*—^WIIW I l**l*» *■*—■■   UU       |     I ■!■■ ■!■■;»     - —
P. *T. McCabtku. Ha   Business Mmifiirer,
6. Eaiii. Met ,'.Kri:n ...     Editor,
VhankH   McCartbb. Jr   Secretary.
situate in il-i- Orand Forks Mining Division «■(
Yule District.   Where located  lu  Wellington camp.
Take notice that I, John A. Corvell. aa agenl
(orC Viif, Ney-..   tree JMiuer'i  Certitieate No,
798S8, Intend, sixty days from  date  hereof,  to
apply to the Mii..'.- .. ■ ■     .  tor h ■ ertil i de
of improvem \.     for the]  ■>   ol obti   dng
ii Crown Granl oft! lalm.
Ai . • ■ ■        ai tion,  under
Becttou 87. musi n     the  Is
suance of such Certtfi  tte of Improvements.
Dated this 25th day ol October, 1S98.
JOIIN A. C0RYE1 I,-
PALMETTO MINERAL CLAIM, ; (erred to which is necessary to oorry on pari ol
' ihu said railway with whh h the said company
I.- readv forthwith to proceed, application wtil
be made to the Judge if the enmity court of the
Coiintv of YhI.-»t thc court  bouse, Kosslnnd,
British Columbia, on the ilth day «f Octoher,
18US, ut the hour of 10 o'clock tn the forenoon
nereui   iu   for a warrant tothe sherjfi'of the said County of
i  . .; '   .,,.   Yale to put the said company In  possession ol
'eru- thesaidlaudsundei thoprovisionsof rhe llrlt-
Ish Columbia Railway Aot winch will issue,
nnlessyou ou that occasion or in tho meanwhile show good cause to the contrary.
Auporr it H-tt-vr-McllAUO,
BoHoltors for iho Columbia Bud Western Ball-
way Company
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN At
pllcaOoir Will be nm*lu to
ni' Ciiiuiait su the uextsess
D
R'. WESTWOOD,
0*t*^«***fA***.*-J*i**4S--*S$*ft
ORDER,
Notice o{ Arbitration.
PROVIENCK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, I
Osoyoos Division of Yams, I
In th-Matter of •, he British Columbia
Railway Act and in tho Matter of
the Columl: iy and Western Railway
Oompany.
Carson Lodge I. O. O. P. No. 37-
-,-- .    HERTS EVERY BATt-RJUY I *.T-
•v-v>o     inuy. ;it s o'elnck III I heir hull ut
( urflon,   I.     I*.    A  lor.liul invltu-
. 1011 oxtonded 1..all sojourning brethren,
mm   M.CI.ARICK.O.
II. M. '■'Nl.-.   Be. !.-t:.:y.
SAU'RDW. NOVEMBER lah, 1898,
jar-ajw*.—xz.-mj-srswxz-      j— amMmtiiiirmrvwtrrr*****-**
TWO OF A KIND."
Onr populistic fiieadin Washington, just.
over th" line, seems to bave boen si roclt hy a
cyclone nnd swept off of tbe fuee uf the earth.
Tli*1 republlcanscarriedloverytbing by majorities ranging from 1 pop tc o,d\-u. The
mongral party which, wos recently placed
in power in tbe provinco hy the grace of
jLii ut. Governor McInniB, le ta ti gveaj muny
Aspects like tho populist lc party in Washington! which was nothing more than an unholy compact f"i' plunder, No sooner bad
they succeeded to power than atalse'tcooomy
began. Tried niul faithful servants were beheaded right uml left tothedetrlraontof pub*
be. service, und the Bpoil system iu all I Iniquity was inaugurated, This was tlm first
step of economy promised ub by the bite opposition. History Bbows tlmt yeur« uko the.
Hon. Robert Beaven luauguarted just such u
reign of falheeoonoipy, with the result that
Biiiiitiiition previiiie.l throughout tbe length
and breadth of tho province. It. only took n
short timo then lo demonstrate the fallacy of
bneb a po-ley'and there ..;;, be no exception
)n thia cu-k.
county op Yale, *
PBOVlHCE OS UatTlSU  - 0I.UUU1A.       (
To-wit: In themutterof the British Columbia
Railway Act and in the matter of the
Columbia uud Western ll nil way Company und in the matter HI Lot 157,
rj. wnsl)lp72, Osoyoos Hi vision of Yule
District.
Upon reading the affidavit of !!. T. Wtteress
herein dated the 4th day oi October 181)6 aud
tbeeertlilcate of Svduev  M    Johuson   l-ercln
and the noticuofarbttrHllou.it Isoid red llml lhe
notice of arbitration aloresaid bo Inacrti'd .hive
limofl In tlie course of one month in the On a su
Kohkb Miksh news|-nper published in the us-
oyoos Division oi Y..ie District.
Dated this 5tb day of October, A. D , IS98.
Wm. WABD BPINKS.
_ _iou thereof, .
nu act to ii-corpontie a Company to construct j
nud maintain n railway from a point on the In-
teruational Boundary Line at or near Oascnds
City British Columbia, thence in 11 westerly di-
re'cilon foliowintr the valley of the Kettle rlVer
to anoint on the -*:,(i Boundary Line, at or
neat! oarson, also from unother point on the
said Bnnndiiry Une nt or near Midway, thence
northerly, following the vallevof Boundary
ereek ton point about twenty (20) miles nortli of
Midway, with power to construct, and maintain
branch lines and at the said Boundary Une to
contteot with and to operate the whole in conjunction .villi tin* Railway Une of tbo Bpokano
Fall!* and Northern Railway Company, with
power to the company to construct, operate ami
mnl me In telegraph and telephone linos, an woll
for cummtrctn] purposes as tho business of the
■railway, end for ull other necessary and usual
powers.
Dated tii.- lsth day of July, A. D , 18»«.
Boinvi.1.1. & DUFP.
Solicitors for the Applicants.
""■ ''^tio,\ PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,1
i'o 11. B. Bcoit. ol I'll ui;ix In tbe Btate of Arize: :i in il.- United state. William It. Davev,
of (Irand forks in the Province of British
Columbia, 0corgina L. Davey und Mary
Jane Davey, both of the tty of Victoria in
thesaltl po.v.nee D. K. Ker.^oseph Wilson
and A. J. Yates, all of the idid city of Victoria, trustees of the estate known as tiie
Krb Estate, K. c?nrflRcott, of Orand Forka,
aforesaid, administrator ol the late James
Mei imiieli and Frank Ktohter, of Osoyoon
in tlu-h>ifri province,owners of the property
hereinafter described
YOU  ABE   HEBEBY   NOTIFIED   UNDEB
j.Uie.provlsi'jna pi the  lirlllali  Columbia j In tho Matter of tho Bri" ish Columbia
firand Forks Townsite Co.
LIMITED   LIABILITY.
£**?-OKKICK- Ni-xt Post Offlee.
fi. B. STANLEY SMITH, M.D. CM..
(Mi'liill L'niv.)
PUYSI.'IAN.SUItiyi'.ON AND .*,OCOUCHEOR.
Coroner Tor Orand Forka Milling Uivlsiim
pf Yale District.
OrWCEi-JubllcoHospltal.araiid Forks, B.C.
-Stock Ik now Almofit  Complete ut-
Notice of Arbitration.
pbovince of british columbia, (
Osoyoos Dibivion op \.\lk. (
the the \yept- | Division bell
line, wh
Tut; hoard of pubiie works te deserving ot
ctedit for the mAimcr In which th*y have
done the work ol grading Jilvtrslde avenue
up to th"W-conil grade established. Tim rout
01 doing the work was considerable cheaper
thnn it could huve been done liy contract
ond fully demonstrates tbo facb, tbat if pro-
nerly handled, municipal Improvements enn
ue donechoapor by duy labor thnn by the
contract system.
Thh Maple Leal in the name of a foui; page
fijur.eohinin to tho page paper, that made
ira appcaruncc In Cascade City inst Thu rai! ny.
Meaars. Nesbit nud Sanders are at the bend
jf .he enterprise and they have tho best,
win*ien of tbe Minku lutbclr itrqggle for public favor.
Tut-: itiiii-ip Golumbin legislature has been
summoned "to met ou Junuary fifth. The
opinion seems to prevail tbat one ol 1 bo firsl
things I but will be done after tbo legislature
coi veni'H will I"? to tat tin; relative strength
of the t wo parties,
The Toionto Globe in referring to tho intention of the Groat Northern mil way lo npply Ior u charter for the Kettle Ulver railway
at. the next session of (he dominion pari]*
moot, takes stro'nggrouudb in favor of grunting it.	
THERE te a every probability that there
will be another general election in the provi-
enco early in the spring,
[-Hallway acl and Amendment*
1. That the Columbia and western Bailway
Company requires for lhe purposo of its railway
rertaln lands lu tbo Osoyoos division ol Vale
District, belonging to you, shown on a map or
plan deposited lu thc hind registry office at
Ktimlo-opa sad  particularly desurJb id  as foi-
lOWS:    All lloit poilinn 1 f   I"t   ihii.,1" r '-'la>   in
township number T2 in the said Gsojoos division being 15 leet on either siile of aeertre line,
whicb center line commences at a point iu ibe
wederly limit of said lot 16B2.B foot BOUlh of Uie
north weal corner of said lot, thenccW.O fern
along a fl degree curvo to the (oft, Ihunca "01
feet fri degrees 24 minutes oast,
Hi en. y 2M.fi [oet ulnnpa m degree
1.11 rye    to     tbe     rield,    thence     466.6     feet
south Kl degrees 08 minute,; cost, thence UM feel
along n Zdegree curvo to tho left, thuuee 106 feet
soutb n degrees •{ minutes oust, thenco 447 ;)
lootttlongaa degree 20 minute curvo to tbe
rliilit. tiiepee iho feet along a 12 degree eurve to
Ihe right, thonoo 1-Ui feel at-ntli 65 degrooB B6
minutes east, thonoo 82.2 feet alone an s degree
curvo to the lefl to a point in tho southerly
limit of said lot 622.1 feet from tlie southeast
corner of said lot, containing 4.67 acres more or
less; ull thai portion of lots numbers 184 and 827
iii the said tow usnlp being 46 feel on either side
t^~—*m>*— Wlll0h
trull.... i»_._-
iv limii oi said lot IHI, 180.4 feet south of Uie
irth-wcst corner of Bald lot 184, theuce 2211.7
feet uohh 80 degrees iM minutes east, ihence
296 fe6t along en 8 degree curve to  tbe loft,
I llience til.* feet nortb 62 degreoB 45   minutes
east to a pofntiu tbe easterly limit of said lot
; number 887 being 260.4 feet north of the northeast corner of eaTd lot number 827, containing
6.47 ecres moro.pr''Ie*Mj all tliat portion of int
! aumber85I in the said township being 18 feot
on either aide of a dentro line, which contra
hue commences at a poiut In the westerly limit
of said lot 851 being luwn feet south of the
north-west corner of sala lot, thence 7:11; feet
north 0'2 degrees 45 mlnutoB east, thenoe
2188,8 feet along a 1 degree 80 minute curve to
lhe light, thence 1188 feel along a 6 degree
curve to tbe right, thence 1882-6 feet south 27
degrees 16 minutes east, thence 7.+.' teet along a
6 degree curve to the left, thence 121.5 foet
south 7i degrees05 minuteB oast to a point in
the southerly Unlit ot Bftid lot 271,4 foot welt or
tbo Boutb-east corner of paid lot, containing
18.63 aeies more or less; and all lhat portion Ol
loi. numbered 653 In said township being 46 feot
on either side of a centre line, which centre
lino commences al a polntin the westerly limit
of said lot. 02,6 foet cast ot the north-west corner of said lot, thence 87.8 foet Boutb UH degrees
89 mluuteBeast, thence 278.7 feel along a 12 degree eurve to thc left, thence 40.3 feet south 72
degrees u<. minutes east, thence 609 fuel along a
twelve degree ouive to lhe right, thence 122
leet south 18 degrees 18 minutes east, thence
476 feet along n P) degree curve to the left,
thence 769 feet south 65 degrees 49 minutes cast,
thence 685.7 feet along a 42 minute ourvjato the
left, thouce 164.8 feet along a fl dfieroo curve to
the leh to a point iu the easterly limit of said
lot, 1602.8 feet south of lhe nnrih-east comer 01
said lol Jiuuibeied 068, coatalulng 6.26 acre*
more or less.
2. The snid company is ready and Willing
and oilers to ply you tho sum of 198600, of
which one hundred dollars wottld'be appropriated to tbo portion required as above actont of lot
numbered 184, as it compensation fur said lands
and all damages in rcape< t of tbo taking thereof fortho purposes of the Company and iu the
exercise of the powers conferred upon it by its
charter and the aaid act and Bmendrhijjita.
;t. The company appoints Uobort Garnet Tat-
low, 01 the citv of; Vancouver In the Province of
British Columbia, Its arbitrator If ita said oiler
is not accepted by you.
■I. Application will be forthwith made in accordance with the notice emlor-ed hereon.
Hated this first day of October, A. D.,   1898, at
ItQssland, B. 0.
ABJ'.OTT i& IfAIlT-Ml'IlAttU,
BollcltorB for the Columbia and Western Kail-
way company.
OU
YOU ARE HEBEB
the provisions of
UoilwayAet aud a
LOCAL  NOTES.
Mr. E. Spraggett |s receiving tha cqngratu-
ations ,'f iit.i friends tnifl \vce\i pi r tb& arrival
of a daughter ;it Ins home I.i:/" Saturday.
rhe surveyors.;f the yictoriu, >'.u eoii'.nr
und Eastern ruinvayar&'a't present locating
o li.ie th cough tlm town of flidw..:
'nit; Grand Porks Baw mill Is putting in a log
chute at the mill. When completed il Will save
considerable time and expense lu handling
logs.
Mr. Lynch, ap experienced engineer from
Spokane, bus ■arrived iti the (Ity and acacptod
a position with ui. Grand Forks Saw Mill
Company.'   ■ '
Mr. Ee'riderson of ;b | inh nl MouJ^eo] at
VeriKui.B. f)., arrivvl'in -Vr [ii • t\\ 1 "AWd-
ii?sl'k> told al onecr'iaat ti^dllv iMahing ar,-
rfto-rf-rnebbifor the oiienhig'of a hron-h of
lhat lAiit'fttftion in that city.
Mr.H. G,Tiitler and W, il.' Lawrencq, of
Vernon, spent several days hi town this week
In search of a buslnesi location, 'ihey expressed theniseivc** well pie, hid with Grand
ForWoBa business point', and will In ull
probability pee.),m- Iqdeutlfled with us in
tho 110111 future. Ir
Railway Act and In the Mutter of
the, CniumbiiL and Western Railway
Company.
ToThoma.4 Kills, of Pentieton In the District of
Yale, William ti. f.'avev.ot i.hind   Forks lu
the said District, Georgian L. Davey and
Mary Jane Davoy, hoih of lho i'wv of . lo-
torla ln the Province of British Columbia,
D. B. Kor, Joaeph Wilson and a. J. Yates.
all of the aaid City of victoria, trustees ol
tbe estate known un the Erb Estate, K.
Spraggett, of siid Grand Porks, administrator of tho Into James McConnel ami Prank
Rich tor, of Osoyoos in tlie said District,
owners ol tho properly hereinafter described
IIKUKHY   NOTIFIED   UKDElt
f tbe  liritish Columbia
Amendments
1. That the Columbia and Western Railway
Company requires for tboptirpoBea of ?ts railway certain lands iu the Osoyoos Division of
Yale Distiict, belonging to you, shown on a
map or plan deposited in tbe laud reulstrv office at Kamloops and particularly described as
follows: all tnat portion of lot numbered 157
[11 towtishiu numbered72 In the said Osoyoos
t P feet op eitaor side of a centra
ntr-"- line commences at a point
ly limit of said lot 622.4 feet from
tho north-east corner of said lot, thence 414.6
feot along on 8 degreo curve to the left, thence
267.0feet uorlh 86 degrees 24 minutes east to tho
easterly limit of said lot, containing by admeasurement 1,16 acres more or less.
1. Tlie said company is ready and willing
nnd hereby oflera tp pay to you the sum of
thirty dollars ns a compensation for said lands
and all damages in rcRpect of the tokine thereof
for the purposes of tiie company and In the exercise of "the powers conferred upon it by Us
ehartoi and the said act and amendments.
D. Tlie company appoints Robert Garnet
I'nUow of the city of Vancouver in tiie Province of British Columbia iu arbitrator if its
said oiler is not accepted by you.
4. Application w.ill be forthwith made ia accordance witn the noifce endorsed hereon,
Dated this lib day of October, A. D., 1908, at
Rosslaud, B. C. .
Abbott it Uaqt-McTIaro,
Solicitors for tho Columbia and Western Bail-
way Coinpany.
YOU
uoti
1.1,
Y°m
ABE ALSO REQUIRED TO TAKE
itice that because tho said The Columbia
d Western Railway Company requlira
the immediate possession of tbe land within referred to whicli is n'ooessury 10 curry on part of
tbe aaid railway*with whloh tiie said company
is ready forthwith to proceed, application will
be made to tbo judge of the eoiiiuv coui'l of tbc
County of Yale at the court house, Rossland,
BritiBu Columbia, on the Oth day of October at
hour of iti o'clock lu tlie forenoon for a warrant
to the Sheriff of the Bgtd County of Yale to put
the said company In possion or the said lands
under the provisions of The British Columbia
Railway Act which will issue unless you on
that occasion or in the meanwhile BhOiv good
i cause to tbe contrary.
Abbott & QabisMoHabo,
I Solicitors for tbe Oolumbia and WeBtem Railway Company.
Will Give a Ball.
At the regular   meeting   of   the   Independent
Order of Foresters, Court Kettle River No, 8675
bold last Thursday; it mag iccided to give 8
grand ball on Now Years 'Eve; a eninuiitlee com-
pOBBd if 3. Spraggett Noli McCaUunj and j K.
JolVnson was appointed as a' maiiagtinlent coni-
mittofrfor tbo coming c ant, wlijl Dr. Stanley
Smith mnl M A. ,:'.e.-"':" Wi/ro^apDolnted as the
musical couinifttcu. 'L'ltts will he the second
mini ni ball of the local orderof Poresters, and
it promise*) t* be an overwhelming success.
A New Route to Grecuvood.
The railroad oonlractori have pht the wagon
road from the North Pork roud to Summit
ctimp lu UrSt'Clau shape mid connecting It
with ibe Qreen wood-Summit oamp road at
Kendall's ranc^, This new route makei an exceptionally easy nindi: to Greenwood, the Eholt
pass being over l,f>.,<0 fee: lower than any other
route across the mountain.
Small Debts Court.
Last Thursday J. E.   Kelly   obtatnod   a   $3.00
judgement In tbe small (obtsp un against a
Hasdlburfl the claim being for hay used by de-
fendants horses, tbe cascwas Bottled immediate*
ly after Cjudgc-iuunt by deleudent paying the
Costs.
Sentenced to Eight Days.
Last Miuday one James l.ec-ltoy appeared  In
the Police Court 10 answer to the charge of
stealing a pair of trousers from one Sumhiers.
Thc accused pleaded guilty, nnd Js now working out tin eight days sentence on the city
wood pile for his foolish act.
More Fi c Hose.
At an Informal meeting of tho cily eouneil
lield last Thursday, tl'" mayor nnd cily clerk
were Instructed to sign aoohtract for the purchase of 600 feet of A No, 1 rubber hose from tiie
Guttapercha and Rubber Co., of Toronto, Out.
Rdigii us Services.
Methodist Bervltfesf Sunday, Nov. 18th nt 11
p.m., in  Victoria  Hall, conducted by the
Pastor.
Wo undercut ry that the ladles of Trinity:
paplshl Grand Fo-'Us Intend holdlug a Social
oi^'Thwsday.- <&&} 1st. Full par tictilars
later on.
ORDER,
COUNTY OP YALE, I
Province of British Columbia.    I
To-wlt; ln the matter of the British Columbia
Railway Act, and Inthe matter of the
Columbia and Weatom railway company, and in the matter of Lota 184.827,
Big, 858 and 851, Town8blp72, Osovoos
Division 01 Yale District.
Opon reading the affidavit of fl. T   Wiltfress
herein dated the 4ih day October 1808 and tho
certilicate of Sydney M. JohnBOU herein and the
Nolice of arbitration, it Is ordered thai tbe nolice of arbitration aforesaid bo inserted three
times In tbecourso of one month ln the Grand
Foiiiis Miner newspaper published lu the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
Dated this Cth day of Octoher, A. D., 1898.
Wm. Waud Spinkh, Judge.
Notice of Arbitration*
PBOVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA, I
USOYOOH DlNIBIOS op Yai.e, i
In the Mutter of tho British Columbia
Hallway Act and in tho Mattor of
tho Columbia antl Western Railway
Coinpany.
ABE ALSO RKQUIBKO TO TAK1S
otice that because the said The Columbia and Western Railway Company requires the Immediate possession of the laud
\vlthiu ■carerred to which ia necessary to carry
on part of tin, said railway with whfi-h tho said
comparty is ready forthwith to proceed! appli-
Cation Will l-e made to the judge of the couuty
court of the county of Vale at the court house,
RoBBland.British Columbia, on the Gib dav of
OutobOTalthe hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon for a Warrant to the sheriir of the said
county of Vale to put the said coinpany in possession of the said lands under the provisions
of The liritish Columbia  Railway   Act   which
will issue, unless*yott ou that oeeas&Ion or in
the meanwhile show good cause to the contrary.
ABBOTT &. IlAItT-McllARO,
Solicitors for the Columbia and Western Ball-
way Company.
ORDER.
OOUNTYgOP YALE,   I
Provikcbof British coiammbia,    J
To-wit: iu the matter of the British Columbia
Railway Act aud lu tbemntter of tho
Columbia and Wee tern Ball way Company and   In  the  matter of   l.ol   I5f,
Township 72, Osoyoos Division of Vale
Dlatrlct.'
Upon rending the alUdavit of H.f. WUgrota
herein dated llie -1th dav of Ootobur 181)8 and
the certilicate of Sydney M. Johnson herein
and tho notleo of arbitration, il is ordered thai
the notice of arbitration aforesaid bc DiBortod
three times In the course of one mon-h in tiio
Grand Korks Miner Newspaper published In
the Osoyoos Division ol Yale District.
Dated this 5th day of October, A. I'., 1808.
Wm. Ward Bpinkb.
NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOI, LICENSE.
ToMessrs.S  R, Almond,Esq., J.P.j P, T. McCallum, Fs.i,. .1. P , and J. K. Johnson, Ebq.,
J. P., orand Forks.
GBNTLRHBN:    I hereby give you notice that il
Is my intention to apply at the next  sitting uf
lhe licensing eourt for the lower portion of O-
oyooa division oi Yale dlBtrlct to be hold on the
15th of December next, for a reiidl liquor license to sell spirilous liquors, wines and beer at
the Union Hotel situated on lot No. t> in block
No. 9 iu the townsite plan of Niagara.
I have the honor to be Sirs,
Yours Hespeetfully,
Prank Oliver, Btobil & Arena.
N0TIC? IS IIEREBY GIVEN THAT A
1 pecel meethifi nl the shareholders of tho
GRIND FORKS TOWNSITE COMPANY. United-Liability, will bo held at the
olliee of ilu undersigned ou   EllVcrelde tared,
Grand Forks, B. C, Monday, tlie 28th
(ay of November, 1858.
TT   B. CAY LEY,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
Solicitor, Etc.,
lllllyu ut   Renldeliee' fust  ni-ross  First Street
Biiiltie, Qrand Forks, B'. c
P WOLI.AhTON,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Civil Engineer, Ete
ORAND FORKS, B. C.
atthehoirof three o'clock In the afternoon,
for ill" purpose of considering and, if .dci med
advlscapb, disposing of the wholo or any part \ ■
of the a:; 'ts, ligbU, powers, privileges ard | \J
frnnchlsQiOfilio aompany to such person or
companyaiurlipon such terms and conditions
as the sinichol'lers mav deem adviseable, and
lottiins.nt Biiob other business as may be lawfully brotght before tbe meeting.
CHARX.RS CUU1W0B,
Bee'retary,
POKBBS M. KERBY,
Provincial Land Surveyor
And Civil Engineer.
Officii, Midway, a. 0.
Associate   Member Canadian
Society   oi Civil  Kngiiieori,
! PJiAKP jFORKS IlOTKii
Barber Shop.
centrally Looated,  All Work Gauranteed to be
Kiiat-ObiHB ill every RespQCt.
PETER A. Z. PARE,     -      -      PROPRIETOR.
CEICIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.
1-AY u[iK FBAOTIOKAL MINKKAL CLAIM.
Bltuatoii lhe Grand Forks Mining Division of
* YaleDiBtrlet.   Where looated:—In Brown's
fjftml   adjoining   the   pathfinder   Mineral
Clain.
TAK li NOTICE that I, Smith Curtlfl as ag*
gert fur Bannell Sawyer Free. Miner'!*
Cerpfloate No. 1U810A, Anthony J. McMillan FreeiMiner'B Certificate No. B282A, A. William Hart-lili-Hnm Free Minor's certificate
No. 8D8l» 'and Smith Curl is Free Miner's
Certificatt No.W28A, intend, Sixty davs from
lhe date hereof,  to   apply to the  Mining Ile-
eorder fora Certiflcateof Improvements, for iho
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And fur.liGr tako notice that action, under
scctioti JJ7, mliet'be commenced before tbe la-
inance of such Certiiinaie of Improveineuta.
Datfjd this lijfh day of Soptcmber, ISOS,
[SIT-Novt'2] smith CURTia.
pETER HANNAN,
11 ceriifl'cate^'o'f "imnrovTiinuiis."for "tbe I /*1 . i   "O     'U
jofobtointngROrownQrantoftheabove  V^afOCntet  ailCl  OlillClef*
And further lake notice that action, tin* I x^ctl ^VJ-xtv-i   a,iiv*.  wuuww ;
FANTENTINB, VOhCANO ANU SlIICKSIIOCIC
MINERAL    CLAIMS.
Situate ip the Grand Forks Mining Division of
Yale District   Where   located:—Brown.s
rntu|i.
TAKK NOTiCE thai I, K.A.Hrown, free unucr'a
■    c-JitiiicaieNo. 80B5A, intend, sixty days frnm
the dfiiii hereof, to apply to the Mining Re
der for 	
purpose
claim.
der Bcdtioii87, inUBtbe commenced beforo t
IsBtianee 0 such certllleate ol Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of October. 1898.    |Ol-n20]
LOOK OUT MINEHAL   CLAIM.
Situate fk tho Grand Forks Mining DIvIbIou of
Yale   DlBtrlct,   Where looated—In   West
Wellington camp
TAKE NOTICK that we John A. Finch. Free
Mlmr's Certllleate No. 11:71 A, and William
T smith, Free Miner's Certificate
No. 140 li A, Intend, falxtv days from
ihe dim hereof, to apply to the Mining Recirdor for a certificate ol Improve*
mint.-:, fnr the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of ;he above claim.
,*\nd further lake notice that action, undor seo-
tion l!7, bunt be commenced before the ta«>u
ance of sreb cerllllcate of improvements.
Dated Hi«26th dav of October, lM'S.
Date.bf OVst publioatfou, November VIOa, 1893,
OBBQW FRACTION   MINERAL   CLAIM,
Sltna^J ij the Grand ForkB Mining Division of
Yale DAsirlof. Whore Located—In Ctntral
Camp
T^AKE NOTICK that I. Henry While Free
1 Mlier's Cert Ideate No, P181A, Intend,
*   sl'*;v c-efsfromtasdatohoro^f.  to npid?
IN DRESS GOODS
We huve a Bpletldld
io Heavy Serffes, Covert Cloths.
Fancy Bonule Tweed effects, ate.
Also Panoy .SilU Plaids. Braids
nod other Dress Trlmmlnifs. nod
a new lot of Ladles' Cloth Jackets and Gaps. In our Staple De-
Epartmenl we showiua; Huuvy
Blankets, Balraorai Llgrht 13Ionk-
ets, Flannels, FlpnnpJette8,Sheet-
inirs, iiii>iilit\nv.i. Prints, Ltu.
aw s
OUR BOOT « SHOE
Department te well filled with
many new Hues comprising well
known American and Canadian
manufacturers best efforts. Also have Carpet Slippers aud Rubbers for men, women and Children, und Heavy Hlflffa Shoes for
.Minors find Prospectors.
9
i
Wc have added many new goods to
our
Hoping to receive a
«jj   and now can give you good attention in this line
4   sharge of your patronage I remain ,
« Yours Respectfully,
I H. SWEENEY, Manager.     _
e*'**'w'*»'*i'vwv**v«-&*9»'-j*V'ir+*"*^
Fairview Livery Barn
Fairview, B. C.   jt
M. A. SHI3ADS,
- ASSAYER =
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SAMPLESCIVEN PROMPT AHDOAREFULTTEHTION
'AT ti. STAOHE, -
Bath  Rooms,
AND TONSOPlAL PARLORS.
RIVERSIDE,     -     -      ■       GRAND FORKS
T. G. COOPER,
Manufacturer of
Brick and Lime.
Contractor nf all kinds of Mason Work,
mates on work cheerfully given.
EstlJ
*  sish
0 the 3
■:llilie;ite of ill
provoup
un, for the purposo ot  obtaining a
crown (
ant of ihu above claim,
And fi
tlier tako notice that aotlou,  under
section ■
, mtiBtbc comment '-d before lhe Ibsu*
unce of
ndi oertlllcato of toiprnvom?nts.
Hated
lis itith dav of October, 189.4.
Date 0
last publication, December 17th, 1808,
MAIN .STREET, GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Estimates furnished on  Application.   Store
Fronts and Flxures » Bpeeialty.
Spokane Falls &
I
-lortnern,
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
CITijOI' DESVER   MINERAL CLAIM.
Sttunto 11 lho Grand Forks Mining Division of
Valcpi&'trtct.   Wliero  locntcu—In  Central
TAK.
NOTICE Unit I, J. P. Omvoa, Free
.r's Cerllllcate No. U.'ilSA,
d, sixty dnys from lhe date
to apply to the Minlnfc Reeor*
certllleate of Improvements, for tlie
f obtulnins a Crown grant of t tie above
Niagara, Oolobcr lnili. isos.
NOTICE OF APPLIOATIHN FOR L1CF.HSE.
To MeBBre. 8. R. Almond Era,, J. I'.. P. T. Mo-
(i iiNTi.F.MBs:   1 hereby give yon notice lhat il
is mylntontlon lo apply at ihe next Bitting of
15th ol Doeember next, lor a retail Honor ll-
oonso to Bell spiritous Honors, wines and beer at
ihe Niagara Hotel uttualeii on ho No. 8 in bloel
No. E In the lownsile plan of Niagara.
'^^ftSSiftiJ"*^
Niagara, October Wtb, 1808,
NOTICE
NOTIQE 18H13RKBYGIVEN   THAT  I, POSH
THOMPSON sixty da>n afier date, iti tend
applying to Iho Chief CommiBslonor of Lands
and works fur permission tn  purohaie throe
hundred and twenty IffiJOl OOres of land situated
on aoreelt kuowu aa uakor creek, at or about
To ThomMXllli of Pentieton In the Distrlot of I ffttVitak^
Yale, Willlan. tl. Mavey, ol  Orand Korkfl In     ^ ' , „ ],^
said District,Gooririnn  I.. Davey and  Mary I liI^'l0J,,Jh!..lV.l.'1..Vi,,wlM'? 'rni" "''" u" u-r-ft'-ld
Jane Davoy, both of tbo City ol Victoria In
the  provinco
K
ri',!min'U,|be,l''i'blKHV,11|7l,|-'" flkrHUMatT I ,ulU ,nIld iM a »ol>thor)y dlrectl
* an 1,1 l.fiiii.l     l-'iii-li-i     ji ,L,,, 11, ImI it, If I     lhl> I "?■» OUIMBrUJ VJIU     MU'l     ITill'lUJ,     UU IK 1      Kill
(■aliioranq i ors-*, .auniinituiauir^.ii^nn' | raJi0in ^noaBtorlxdlrootltm  to the loulh-past
PorkiMlnlng Division ofthe DUtrlo
and moro particularly described a
of  Yah
lieliiK
o province of  British Columbia, D. It. I ,■*t,;, ""'V'. jr.tli ,.'.i,i" V* ^ ri iV "w.'■« t*' Iti ir ■ i'."i>' "iMlr" *i!
.,■. Joseph Wilson and A. J.   VatM,   ail of I jgj ' t   on1   i. i, l , J, ,.,,,,
,- Bald (itv of V ctorla, tri«toei of the oa. i * SffJ ' ? *"",, ."   '.'  l.' ,        ', ,
ie known as tho Rrb Ritatc, Ri Bgramfett,' haW ,nil,! l" a f">lltlR,r]> dlroollon tothe south
■aidGrand Forks, administrator of  the
to James BrloConnoll and Frank  Rich tor,
Osoyoos lu the said District, owners of
o property borelnaftor deacrlbedi
YOI* AKK HEREBY NOTIFIED UNDKH
ibe -provisions of Uto British Oolumbia
It all way Act mid A mood ments;
late .Ian
of Osoyi
th
That the Columbia and Western Railway
Company rcqnlrefi for the purposes of lis rail*
way certain lands lo  lhe OBpyopV Division of
Yale District) belonging to yon, shown on a
map or plan deposited in tha laud retfstry ofiice nt Kamloops ami particularly described as
follows: all tnst portion ot lot numbered ]J>7
In township numbered 73 In the Baid Osoyoos
division being 4Q,&Bt on either Bide of a centre
line. Whlell cei it re. Une ■oc-jnmcuccs cl a point
1426.7 feet north of the .sn.ib-vutt corner of said
lot, thence 111.1 feet Boutb 71 degrees and m
minutes east, thence 605 feet along a i degree
curve to the left, thcnee20J:i 6 feet north 88 de-
greesnnd24 minute* cast to a point in the
easterly   limit     of    aaid   lot,   cont inning   by
admeasurement MQ acres more or lets.
1.   Thesabl Company  Ig ready   and   Willing
and hereby offers to pay you the yum of one
hundred and flfty-ftvo dollars a- a compensation forsatd lands and ail dfl-magee to reBpect
Of the taking thereof for ibe purposes of lhe
company ancl i'1 the exercise of tbe powers conferred ppon it by its charter and the said act
and amendments,
■\, The oompany nppnlnts Robert oaruet Tat-
low of tliu city of Van. OUVer in the province   of
British Columbia Itt^ arbitrator if ita said oOfer
is not accepted, by you
4, Application will be forthutfth made in
occordt nee with the notice endorsed hereon.
Dated this 4th day of October, A.   D.,  1898, at
Rossland, B. 0.
Aiuiott A Haht-IIcIIaeu,
Solicitors for the Columbia and Won tern   Railway Company.
YOU   AUK   ALSO   REQUIRED   TO   TAKE
notice that because the wild The Columbia
mid Western   Uailway Coinpany requires
IPit Immediate possession of the land within ra-'
corner of the said property, thenco one
mile in a northerly direction to the north
corner, and thonoo one
direct),,u to tho place of01
Dattd the Ut day of Novomber, l&08,Bos
K. C. ROSS THOMPSON.
-ippltcant
hai
ean
milo lu a wester),
land,
Intel
hereof.
der for
purposo
claim ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Vnd firiher take notice that action, under
section ;f, must be commenced boforo the issu'
of uch certidoate of Improvotjients.
DstedlhiB huh day of August, 1898,
Date  f first publication, October, hub. 1808.
Date q last publication,Doeember nib, 1808.
VpLVBBlKB MINKKAL OLAIM.
Situate n the firand Korks Mining Division of
YaM District. Where located—In Brown's
cainl, North Fork of Kettlo Ulver,
Mining
notich that I. Hugh s. Ctiyley, Freo
Jer's Cerliliente No. 8058A, Intend Blsty
afe from tbe date hereof to apply to the
Bf reorder for a certiHento of  linprovo-
inonta fjf ll-.e purpose of obtaining u crown
grant of)
And fl
Dated
he above'claim.
jrther  take notice lhat  action under
lou 9 must commence before tbo issue of
ficjue of Improvements.
lis 6th day of November, 1109.
II. d. Cayi.ky.
[nov6-JB031]
The ^'itisli Columbia
Mercaitile and
Miiiii? Syndicate, Ltd.
Cjioadk crrv, Boundary, b, c.
Wc   Ifg   to   announce that wo hn
The Only All-rail Route, without change
of cars.bctwegn Spokane," Roasland and Nelsoh,
DAILY    SERVICE.
Going North, Going South
12:27 a. m MARCUS    11:13n. m.
Train leaving Marcus nt 11.13 a. in. makes
close connections at. Hpiikatie for all
PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Close Oonneotions at Nelson with steamboat
fpr KojbIo aud all KooteiiByLalto Points,
Passengcrfl for Kettle River and  Boundary
creek connect flt Marcus witn Btage daily.
C. II. DIXON, O. P. 4T. A.,
'   Spokane, Wash.
BUSINESS ONCE   MORE!
The
Grand Forks
opened bur now general store in the
above twn. We iball carry a corn
pleto sick of miner's supplies, tools,
aiit | powder, etc., hard.are, groceries) dry
j;oods anl clothing. Miners and gene
rai puiili) will be able to uulfit here ami
lind all tfey require
JSOTICE^
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE III AT.K1XTY DAYS
s.  after    date 1    Intend     to    tipplv     to    tbe
Chief Commissioner of Land and Works. Victoria, U. C, for permission to purchase ihe following described tract of land situate in tho
Osoyoos Division of Yale,I>istrict: Commencing at a post planted on the Northern bault of
iMshcrman Creel; near the crossing of the wagon road leading to the it. c. mine; thence
Booth eighty ohalnsi thenco Fast forty chains;
thenco Nortb eighty chains; thonoo West forty
chains to lho point of commencement, containing three hundred and twenty acres.
slT-olU] V. W. RUSSELL,
orand ForltB, 12th September, 1898.
,Am>- BOOTS, SHO.ES aWm
j;\A*N AND lift
HARNESS SHOP
■K**>»*S>&&0*E*.99*-
A. Baumgaertner,
I'lfOl'lUETOK.
Bridge Street,    Grund Forks, B.C.
fjar" Boots and Shoes tnuilo to order.
The hest worUuiaiisihip like manner.
Etopatrinff done on on short notice.
All work Kuarnnteed.
Quality Good and
Prices Low.
Cascacl
Christina
Unsin, Ca
ingdislril
City is the hcac'qunrters (or
Lake, McRao Creek, Hurnt
tie Mountain and other minis.
also to inform all those inte-
binin*? that our assay olliee in
etow  is now open  under the
e :lenre   of   an cxerienct:d a*i-
ayer andwe shall be able to undertake
 ; of   assav   work.     Personal,
id   careful   atn-ntion will be
1 wotk entrusted to us.
British (filumbia Mercantile & Mining
Syndicate, Ud.
OITY,     BRITISH      COLUMBIA
McBae Landing, Chriallna Ink?
IF YOU WANT ANYTINO
IN THS LINE OF "
Rough or
Dressed Lumber
Shingles,
Lath, Etc*
GIVE US A CALL
ii*      J*      tM
' Prospectors
Prospectors Stable jt jk
Orand    Forks,   ;B.   C.
jt   jt   jt
Livery, Feed ^ and«^ Sale Stables*
C. W- FRENCH. PROPHIETOR.
RIVEBSIDB AVENUE ^^r^^^^^j^^-s^yy^^^^ ORAND FORIjjS. B. 0*
Flrst*clnss  Livery Rigs, Pnck ana Saddle Horses always on bund.    We make a specialty of
taking passengers to any part of ihe distrlot,
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT j    ji        GIVE US A CALL.
?SST3S2Ji'SE33ISai'
GRAND CENTRAL
Next Door to Post Office, Grand Forks, B. C.
BEST ,* WINES, Jt LIQUORS ji AND jt C10ARS Jt ALWAYS jt \tt & STOCK.
flonson & Lind,   j»
^   Proprietors.
A. Manly,
Wholesale Liquors and Gigar5.
Can Compete With Any Merchant
And Freight Added.
Agent Tor IJrunner Eios., Phes?nt Cigars,     jt     jt   ORAND   FORKS, B. C
n»'3?,p©.t-e-3.?c**v'*-e*^*?509©gG*^
(I •      » S-* *■*■*.+
% NEIL HARDY, PropX/htoH,
» TwrlvB miles Iron Oriatd Forks <
li ion,
6
^ Excellent P[£nln| Room and  Best  of   Accomn
s
g BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ETC.
I on the liiie nf 0, &. W, railway constiuc
i:\ cl the nearest Hotel to tbe Summit,
umottetioi:  (iuaranteed.
iTvwyv^*^'*;tj^y^.*w^-^i.>*w^u
First-class pi Every Respeot.
Hverythlnff New and Homelike.
Finest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars at the Bur.
NELSON & CO., Proprietors.
Headquarters for Min-)   CmrzAo CiUr   R   C
ing and Railroadmen, j  ^aSCaae V-,lty, D. y>
^»»»a»»l»99»$»9»a»»998»»^999^»99l»*»i>9»l>9l>l>l>»l>l>»|»a|
ceived . .
which  we   invite the public  to  callJJ
MINE SUPPLIES
We carry ono of the most complete stocks of Drill Steel,
Powder, Caps, fuse, and all other Miner's Supplies to be
found in the dltitHct. Everything is of the bout quality
anil our prices ;;iv«' uur coinpotitui'K a uhouk.
GRANITEWARE
We have a upland id line of thii elegant, cleanly and durable kitchen ware; including a noveltv in thin Noctloo—
f-ranlteware fry pans. You ihould try these, iih tbey will
io sure to please you.
'LSEi^T    W.K.C. Manly,
Bridge Street, Orand Forks, B. C.
-'•S-eeeeeeiseeeceQseeGesicitEeivetieco
A Cm- loud ol Stovos,
(iiul InBPQOt,
Mill seven miles closer
than any other mill
to Niagara.
All Orrlers left at the Grana
Fork Hotel or at the Mill
two and a half miles northwest of town wili recoive
prompt aitention,
SIMPSON & LARVEA, Props.
KETTLE   RIVER
/~***4 -k!' ""■—-s.    #/y
^ta§e ^^» Line,
Ci. W. WILLIAflS, Manager.
Daily from Marcus to Grand Forks
Greenwood City, Anaconda, Boundary Falls, Midway
and All Points on Colville Indian Reseyation.
Stage Leaves Marcus on the Arrival of the Northbound Train, arriving at Grand
Forks at 8:45 p. m. Leaves the Forks at 4:00 a. m., arriviD*; at Marcus in time to
connect with northbound Train. Passengers from Kootenay I'n' make connection i-t Bossburg going nnd com ng.
QUEENS' HOTEL.
L'l'riiR GRAND FOUKS, 11. C.
DUFORD & CUSSON,   -   -   PROPS.
Klrst-Rl.flB In every respect. The bar will always b,- found bUJipiliHl wllh tlioeliulc.'-it wines
uml Unuoxrf,
a l. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder.
GRAND   FORKS,   B.   C.
l'Ini, nn.l specifications drawn, entlni-iteH fuy-
niBliediu allkiiulaol biilldlns. Work; ,irlc|Jy
■rtlA.M. -.  ;-,y.     '. -Itl-iji: H ' LOCfik     1WO|LOCAL NOTES.|AFIER  Ii
The 0. P. R. Route Through
The City.
WILL   OPEN   A  BANK
James Martin, M. P. P., Seeking Information Concerning: This Sec-
t * --        r   .-.
tlon.— Other Items ol Interest.
Mr. H. T. Wileress. theC.P. R. right of way
agent returned last Sunday evening from a
visit to Trail ami brinstn tbe (list Information wo have of tbc probable location of tbe
C.P. tf. line through tho oity. According to
Mr. WilKress the route that will be decided
upon by the bead offluialB at Montreal will
cross tbo Kettlo rivor a short distance below
town and come up on tbe left side of llie river
reci-ossini; it nitaiu just Ibis side of tbe Van
Nenaddition oonneotln-j witb tlie original
Columbia* Western survey in tbe vicinity
of Hardy Brother's ranch.
If it should prove a fact that the railway
company bas decided to tabo this route tbo
citizens of Grand l'orlis bave moro reasons
than one for rejoicing. In the opliii.,1, of
the Minkh no worse calamity could bave
happened tbo eity than to lmve bad tbe rail
way went through it on a ten-foot tressle.
thereby spoiling several of i.sstrccts for any
■purpose whatever, und ruii.ma "t least two-
thirds of tho original townsite. This would
have had a tendency to drive business away
from, instead of concentrating lt in the original t.jwnyilo. The above route dues nway
with thiposslbility of ruining several streets
tor business purposes, by going through tbe
oity on a ten foot trussle and will prove a
great saving In the matter of keeping up
crossings, etc.
Notwithstanding nil reportstothecontrary
we feel safe in predicting that when tbe proper time cu.es, it will be found that Grand
Fork's depot will be locnted on the Manly
and Ruckle's addition, ou n direct lino and
between a half ond a quarter of a mile south
of the First street bridge. A depot at this
point would be very satisfactory to thc people uf Grand Porks.
o  c o
Chief EnpiueerTye and Engineer England
came in from Cascade Thursday morning on
their way to Fisherman creok. The*, returned in tbe afternoon and held a short
consultation with Engineer Rice and Mi*.
Wilgress In thc office of tbe Alberta hotel,
aftor which they returned to Cascade. Tho
object of their visit has not been made public, but the general supposition seems to bo
that It was in connection with the Unal location of the route through tbe city. Mr. Tye
would neither conilrm or deny the report
that the route had boon located through tbo
city. Ho stated that as fur as he knew tho
matter was still in the hands of tbo bead
officials at Montreal.
®Q&&&9&g/&Sl9Qi9&i9G/9GiQ&9&v&3(§)
Theeity water was put Into tho While House
this week.
Tin- first snow of the season fell Monday
morning, Nov. 7th,
Chas. limniert made a trip to bossburg this
week altera load of spuds.
Arthur Williams has putou four horse stock
ou his stage line between 'Qfraad Forjis and
Cascade.
\V. B, Davey,of the Grand Forks Mercantile
Compiiny spent several days In Kosshiml thiB
week on business. .u
W. K. Megaw ol Vernon, spent a day or two
*n town this week looking aftor his business
interests;her-..   He left yesterday lot* Spokane.
The freight blockade at  Bossburg   sllll  con
tinucs.   There being at present from twenty   lo
twenty-five car loads of freight waiting   to be
unloaded.
Thc Grand Forks Mercantile Company received 800 sacks of potaloes from Marcus this
week. They don't propose to lie sewed up by
the comer ou the potato crop.
WANTED—Ton four horse tennis to freight
between Bossburg and Grand Forks, ls a notice
tbat Is posted conspicuously in several employment sgeuoleB in Spokane.
Gns. Voasbolin, one of the proprietors ofthe
Windsor Hotel st Niagara, was in llie cily
Thursday night on Ills way to llosslau.l. He
expects tu be absent until thy lirst of
December.
Commoilor K. 8. Biden, left Tuesday morning
for Chicago. The Commodore expects to be
absent until sometime in January, when ho
will roturn and make Qrand Forks his homo in
the future.
Mr. Geo, linker ha*, put on a stage line bo
tween Ct.sciide t'ily *and   Grand   ForkB.*    Till"
makes two dally lines now on llie route between the two towns, both of which Bcctns to be
doing Well.
Al.   Preslar    Is Ir. town  from   tno   south
half uf Ihe reservation where he has been
prospecting the past summer.   Al. says that the
The Distance to Niagara to
Be Shortened two Miles.
MONEY    ALL    RAISED
The Merchants and Business Men of
Grand Forks Looking After
Outside   Business.
"WILL ESTABLISH A BANK.
The Exchange and Safe Deposit    Co., of
Ewt Kootenay will have a Branch
Mr. >'. M. Keep, a nfofciber ot the Exchange
and Safo Deposit Company te in tho oity to
locate H branch of that institution, ami bus
purchased tho lot on Bridge Street jiiat west
'of the Wright and Luther building antl haB
commenced the erection of a two-story build-
fclnB 20x40 which he expects to lmvecomplcted
in about ilftoon days.
Mr. Keep has for somo time pant been
manager of the Ft. Steel branch of the Kx-
ohanee and Safe deposit Company, and has
many acq ua In to noes in this district. His
company buys and sella exchunKo on all
principal points, cash checks, receive deposits, mako loans and do a Kfitierol banking
nud investment business. This company has
beendoinff business in East Kootenay for
two or three years and is spoken of in the
hlehcBt terms by all who have had uny business transactions with them, and the
establishment of a *W.ch of it here will
prove of fe'reat value to tho business interests of the city. Their main correspondents
west of the Kootenay river aro the Exchange
National Hunk, Spokane, Wash., Hank of
Montreal, Nelson. B. U., Bank of Commerce,
Cratibrook. Mr. Keep expects to be ready
for business on the 15th inst.
SEEKING  INFORMATION.
Our "Jim" Making a Tour of the District to Post Himsett on its Requirements.
Mr.Jiimea Miivtin, M. P-, ipW* tlw grater
part of the week in Grand Forks ami vicinity.
Mr. Martin has been making a tour uf the kettle Ulver and Boundary districts for the purpose of inquiring into their requirements so
that he will bc thoroughly posted when he
makes his request for the appropriations for
this section of the country whon the nobSo
meets,
Whilo here ho mado a careful investigation
into the merits of thc petitions recently sent
out from this city asking for government aid
toward ihe construction of a wagon road Up
the vast side of the North Fork from this city
to connect wllh the present wagon road Lu the
Vdlc'aulc and Pathfinder mines where It crosses
the river at. Robert Clark's place, and promised
to recommend an appropriation for the same-
Mr. Martin >ays that he will do everything In
bis power to secure Separate represehtation (or
the Kettle River and Boundary districts and
thinks that there will bo no doubt but that It
will hn given us at the coining meeting of the
legislature,
Mr. Martin visited Midway, Greenwood, Car-
Bon aud a number of the mines in tho district,
nnd is loaded clear to tho muzzle with valuable
Information concerning tho requirements of
the district a.id Is In a position to put up a
strong fight for this end of his constituency at
tho coming session of the legislature,
In Hpeaklng.fu thc Corbin charter ho seemed
confident that It would bo passed by the UOXt
session of the dominion legislature and ox-
pressed thc belief that if BueoeMfnl it would
be the lirsl road to run curs Into llie district.
Mr. Martin left Thursday. Jor. Cascade City
where he expected to remain a couple of dnys
before returning home. Ho is of lho opinion
that the legislature will meet early i» January(
and says that it would not surprise him lu the
least If another election was he; J. early ln .the
spring.
DIED FROM PNEUMONIA,
Coroner's Jury .Say Hagelburg Died a Nat-
ral Deth.
Cornor Stanley Smith laBt Monday comple ted
» coroner's Inquest which was held at Cascade
fcity to enquire into the cause uf the death of
ouo HagelbUlg who died suddenly gome few
days ago at that placo. Tho Jury's finding In
this case, after a postmortem exiunlitf-tiou had
been duly held wus tlmt the deceased cume to
bis death from nratural causeB, the Immediate
cause ol his death being pneumonia.
The conclusion arrived at by (ho coroners
jury in this cose is a general surprise to the
public. Lamb, the man who was tttreated here
last week, It having been thought that he had
been the cause of Hagelburg'fl death last Monday at Cascade City.was sentenced to two months
Imprisonment at hard labor at the Kamloops
gaol. The chargo preferred against him being
(hat of common assault.
YTTDX7? INSURE your proporty with Frank
r J.IVn.1 S»arn, representing some of tho best
tempanios in tho world.
town has made a wonderful change since hi*
last visit here.
The Tunnel Hotel Is tbe name of a new hotel
just opened nt Niagara, by Brault1 & Lapage.
The house has been fitted up lu lirst class style
snd no pains will be spared to make it a favor"
* tc with the public.
Mr. W, Dinsmore, a practical boot and shoe
maker f rom Vancouver, has rented the building
now occupied by Mr Megaw and will open ud
a boot and shoe shop as soou Mr. Megaw moves
to his new quarters.
Mr. John Westland accompanied by lil.i wife
and ehild arrived from Spokane lust weok and
will make bis home In Grand Korks in tho
future. Mr, Westland is one of lhe proprietors
of the White House hotel.
Chas. Van Ness eame in*from RoBsIend Wed*
neBday morning afb-r nu absence of about three
weeks, Uie larger portion of whieh time he wus
coi) fl nod to his room by a severe cold, which he
contracted during his hist tiipout.
Mr. Pole Hannan, the rustling contractor, has
the frame work of the bulldlugof tho Exchange
nnd Safo Deposit company on BrldgeStreet up
i'ete is a rusher and if you want a ttrst*clflS3 job
dou eon short notlcplusj givejiim a call.
Mr. Dolan, an old time stage man from tho
Slocan country, spent several dnys in town
Ibis week looking over the country. Durtug
his stav here he visited Republic, Niagara und
other portions of the district with a vie/ to
establishing a stage Una.
Geo. Cumings came down from Fisherman
creek Wednesday where he has been with one
of Engineer Rices construction parti w. The
other day George took a bntli uud it hud hucIi
nn bad offset on him that he had to lay uir for
repairs,
Mr. W. Godfrey, manager of llie Rank of
British North America, at Vancouver, passed
through town on his way home from tliuen-
wood, where ho has been looking after tho
details In connection with the opening of a
branch of that institution iu that city.
Tlmvlllo Isihe name of a little burg that has
sprung up Lhe North Fork at the loot nf Path-
finder mountnin. The location is n natural one
for a trading point and alreudj several build-
lugs huve been Pi'cctod thera. The placo
derives its name from Tlm {Townsend who bus
erected n log house there and expects in opon a
wny side hotel there about the lirst of the year
Vlrglna City is the name of a new town just
surveyed out ou Robt Clark's much near the
Seattle mineral claim, up tlie North Fori; of the
Kettle river. It Is about a milo and a half north
of Niagara and nearly in lho center of the seven
miles ol heavy rock work now. being dono bv
IheC. P. It. railway construction in thnt
vicinity. Mr. John Milan*.'' an experienced
hotel man, has already erected a two-storey log
building on thc new townsite in which ho will
open In a lew dnys a hotel to be known as the
Seattle Hotel.
Mr. Geo. Seymour, tlio hustling agent of the
Niagara Townsite Company was In town Thursday looking aftor tiie interests of his company.
Gcorgosnys the town isdoubliug in size every
thirlv days. Four hotels arc now open and
doing a land olliee business, three general
merchandise stores, one butcher shop, ouo
restaurant, a feed and grain store aud livery
stable are already doing business. Four more
hotels and a number of other business houses ur
The distant between Grund Forks and
Niagara Is to bo shortened between a mile and a
half and two miles, This Ib au assured fact.
Tho amount necessary has already been subscribed aud the larger portion of it is already In
the hands of Mr. II, A. Henderson, the treasurer
of tho committee who have the mattei lu
charge, and work will be commenced tbe early
part of next week under tho direction of Mr. W,
H, Fisher, who will push it to completion with
nil possible haste.   The proposition is to extend
| Rlversldoftvonne north through the north addition to the Sberlnghamranch, thence up the
north Fork of the Kettle  river  to  where  Mr
| Simpson'.) old logging camp was   located,   thun
ovcr tho north side of Observation mountain
intersecting tho present wagon road at a point
near McCuno's ranch. This will shorten the
distance between Grand Forks and Niagara
about two miles and bring us within blx miles
of tbat thriving town, thus giving our merchants a decided advantage over all other points
iu tho matter of selling and delivering goods to
thnt point
Tbe estimated cost of constructing this roud
is between $450 and f600 and tho necessary
amount, was subscribed in less than forty eight
hours from the the time the subscription paper
was started. Below we publish the names of
tbose who contributed aud tbc amount of their
contributions.
The follow iug ure those who lmve already
paid :
95(1
ifo.
10
10
Jcfl* Davis <j
A. K. llawson
J. II   Goodeve
il.'p. Whito
If. Fredrick's
15  Monsohife Und
io   w. R, Megaw
10  C. H. Folge
10   F. Lane
5   Robert Hurry-
5   H. A. Henderson
. 25  II. McGuire
. M. Keep
Robt. Petro
Id
5
i who bave subscribed
Beers & Dunlap
J. A. Keogh
John A Manly,
Loyd Mnniy- ■
W. K. 0. Manly
J   W. Jones
Hibbord & Dufour
W. K. Staoho
Cox & Jones
John Westland
E. 15. Inbody
John Donaldson
E.Sprngott
Niagara Townsite -
Peterson & itarlan
P. A. Pare
The following are thoi
and not yet paid :
fl. F. Townsite Co      $50
H. A.. Huntly io
M. It. Fecney ft
'Ibe following arc those who have cuiitiibut-
ed work
Gen. Cooler, two days team work
Sam It ise, two days team work.
F. Land, one duy team work.
Davis, Daniels ifcBtuar , two days,
James Smith, one dny tenm.
II. B. Council, Ibreo days work
Jf. O'Connor, four days work.
.1. C Cur t. two days warty.'
Fred Knight, four days work.
It will be seen that ti largo portion of the subscriptions has already been paid in, Rnd all
thoso wffo have not yet paid are requested to do
so at mice, us it Is dest rod to have all the money
lu the hands of the treasurer before work is
commenced,
Tho Impoitnnco of this cut offtn (.irand Forks
und tho benefits ro be derived by tho merchants
aud busluesa men of the city is apparent lo one
aud all, those who have not already done bo are
requested to contribute their "mite" towards
Its construction, for thy larger tlie fund tho
better the road, and tlio better tne read the
more travel over it.
Much credit ia duo Harry Hhoada for his 'enter?
prising eftorts In raising the nocoBsnry amount,
for the building of the roud, he having undertook the work circulating the subscription
paper single handed ana sucooeded lu .securing
the;required amount In a remarkably short time
Messrs,Ward, Harvey and slmpson havo very
generously donated tha right of way through
their property.
It is earnestly desired that all who have subscribed aud hnve not paid their money into the ■
treasurer will do so at once, as work will not bo |
commenced unlit all the monev is paid in.
When the road is completed, Mr. Henderson
under conrVc'"of construction will be  ready  for j wfll furnish the public with a tubulated stato-
An Addition To The Wifldra.
Mr. Robt. Harvey commences this week the
erect ion of an 18x86 two story uthlltijn tothe
Windsor Hotel, ou the corner of Bridge und
FlrstStreets. Tho lower floor will be used
us a dinittffroom aod kitchen und will be fit-
led up In the most modern style. Tbo upper
Btory will be divided into sleep!ns apartments whioh have been so arranged tbat'
they williili ho outside rooms.The addition is
be completed by the first of Junuauy and
when finished will be elegantly furnished
and lifted up through, lt will bo run strictly
as a flrst-oloss house and Messrs. Co.\ und
Jones, the leu.ee*. of the house will spore
neither expense or pains in providing for tbe
comfort of thvir guests,   Tbe houso   will  he
onducted both on the Europeuu und Ameri-
iwi plan.
A Barqaim— One of the very best business
lot IngGraud Forks, cheap if taken at once.
Apply t» Frank Scars,
APPLICATION FOR lIQUOR LICENSE.
NOTICK is hereby given, that the undersigned intends to apply to iho License Commissioners of the City of Grand Forks, at their
next silting, torn lloenso to soil liquor by retail
on tlio premises known tin The Square Hotel on
lot —, block —, in tbc City Of (irand Forks, Ji. C.
Dated this llth duy of November, 1898,
PETRRSON & NORhAN.
HOTICE.
NOTICK Is hereby glvon that at the first nit
ting of UiuBoitVd ol Liconso Cnmmlssfdhers of
the City of Orand Forks, held nfter this dale.
we shall apply forn transfer to Westland & uo,
of tho hotel licenso held bv Mrs. a. 1'ieslar
for tne White House, sitmited on "Rlyors
Avenue street in said i.'ily of (J mild Korku.
WFSTLANh Jo'O.
Dated at Grand Foiks, B.C., this 10th dny of
Novomber, 1808.
APPLICATION FOR SALOON UCEHSE.
yOTKJI* .« horeby Ki.en. -hat '.ho (lllderalm
rrl LntondB to apply tq the Qloenso (.'(nnnilsslon.
crsof tho City ol Grand Forks, nt Itelr next
Bitting, for a Bslonu licenso to soil lienor l.y re
tail nn tho premises Known us he Qrnnd
Central Saloon, on lot ll, block No.*-', In the
City of Qrnnd Korks li. (••
Iiuie.l this loih ilny of November, 1S8.
MON'SON AUNI).
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR llOlRSf.
NOTICE Is hereby, Klven, that tie -iii'ler-
slgncd intends to apply to the License Com-
mlsBJonora of thc wty of [Jrand Forks at their
next Bitting, forallconso t<> s.-il liqiior by retail
on the premises known esthe Ftoefefcolm Hotel.
situated on lot 8, block 4, in tho city It Grand
Corks, li. C, *' '■'     '     I
Dalcu* this lOlh day nl November, Vk
FltKDKRICKS llHOS.
APPLICATION FOB LIQUOR LIS MS;.
NOTIck is herein- niven.th.it the uud/rslgned
intends to apply to'tbe License CommpsJonei
of the City of Grand Forks, ut thei; ne» sitting
for ii license to sell liquor by retail ou lhe   pre
inisi's Known us tiie Windsor Hotel oi/l-
THE
rKIS
HOTEL.
Kiverside Ave.   •   {irand Forks, Ii. C.
European Plan.
MEALS FROM 35 CENTS UP.
S. K. DAWSOJT -..- Prop-
Now Open For Business.
GRAND FORKS
owling-j* Riley
&
M
jyer around the cobnbb
vbou   xaa   wimdboh   on
1'IIONTHTlUiRT	
We bog leave to
this healthful e
business, aud w
W. C. MORGAN
aid It* pleas.
Hit lovers oi
now ready f<
I .to have yt
•   Manager.
Having
Purchased
The Interest of dfi *£
GOODEVE BROS., in
lhe Drug Ston; of Ihis
place, am bettor pre-
pared lo ca'i-r to the
wants ol the people   in
DRUGS,
STATIONERY
ETC., ETC.
Looking
ance of
and thanking
ast   favours
for  a  continu-
your  patronage
yov    lor
tl, block 'U .-1, iii the City of Graud lri(
Dated this 10th., duy of Nov., 1S9S.
'■   ■ JOHN 8. C(\t
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J. K. DCNLOP,
#BEER & DUNLOP, «*
MINES & REAL ESTATE,
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
MINING 1NIEREM - BOUGHT,
ISVITKD.
Ol.l
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AND   B
IDES CASH KB.
COBRK8E0}*DKNOE
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Make a Specialty
MINERS'
o
Our i'ali u'lit IVintcr Stooh in now In un*l
v.e ei.-, ihoH you anything you want In Poot
Wear at Prices tbat will astouUh you, Hi*
.sore to coll uud see nitr stock beforo put' hi*-
Ing tu wo are satl ifletl we can suit vou.
PLIES   OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
And Can
Give You Inside
Figures on
Large   Orders.
We still li '■
Es now eomplote In every reaped, end bavlne
made urr;iii::iMm*nta tu buy ffooda it, i-nr lou.I hit"
\vp in*,., in ii position 1" nuik;. Bpceial rates to hutel
nmi restaurant keepers, aud contractors.   We keep
| everythluff in tin- grocery aud provision line uud
| y.iti i'uii huvc -y.i.Ml iiK,.-:i-.v by consulting us.
Lin.* of
Hardware. Furniture, Dry Goods j
AndJa5*wo are'dropping the
anything in these lines you can^
We are here to stay Htri we want you
examine cur stock and got our prlcej.
line from our business, and if we have
', we wi 1 Fell them to \ou right.
trads and  invite you  lo call
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR UCEHS
NOTICE Is hereby fflven, that the/under
i   Com
signed iutouds to apply to tho Llaeip
mlssloiiersof the City of Grand   1, *■
thoir np>:t sitting, for u license to s-Jl liquor
by retail on tho premises known us ho  Pro-
'    ie Hotel, on lots 18, block B, plan Ji.- in tlio
(Hv of Grand Forks, H. C.
A.W. F11AZM1.
Dated this llth day of November, I9i>/
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICEIjfE.
NOTICK i.u hereby jtiven tlmt the a
Intends tonvtdy to tl« Lioenge Con
of the Cily of tinindlirorit-r; aC thoir
iiiMor,ti;i!'-'iiv','ionrll Ilu nor bs rot;
urcml&M known us the Orirurlon Uo
block I), in tho City of Graud Porks, H.f-
Dated thia llth day of November. iwi
A. It. DA^ON,
J. If. Goodeve
Stock will now he fo-jnd complete with
ne-.',' Goods rirrivmyj datty.
Watch This  Space Weekly.
^saeaiis.ssyby'.is'&s ^esses-a-**.^
IRouan
S DRESSE
in
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I mm FORKS MERCANTII
T
iupods Delivered to any Pare of the Distiict.
9 °~a
-s^v^Grand Forks, B.   C.^r^-
Everythins Mew and Best Furnished
Howie, and is in everyway prepared to
welcocie Guests ar.d provide Good Ac-
commodation
i<a w'sv
•nrrvn
■RrtS**
J! S. it Vl.
fe.>?E.tf
FKr-"*.
Headquaiters fer Mining; Men. Best
of Wines. Liquors and Cleats. Special
att&ntio.' paid to Transclent trade.
DISSOLUTION OFJ>ARGKtBSM.
Notice Is lieroby gtvon that the ptlnQrBliip
bithortu existing between A. 'rrnutiaser uml
A, VV, Fruiter, tn llie hotel bUBincBB, nier tlio
iiniis name of TraunwlBer & Pruzorhi i.l.l* n by
mutual consent dissolved. All ucclntH duo I
tbe Bitiil drtn will uo collected l.y . Trnun*
wiser, w hu will pay nil '.lie IndobledlflS of llie
old Hi in.
A.TIt.-.l'XIbEft.
A   «*. l'lUI-'li.
IV. 10th, 181)3,
?|EZRA INBODY,
I1
Proprietor.
Grand Forks,
TENDERS WANTID
Scaled tenders will be received by tl
signed up till i-ix o'clock, p. in. on lvli
lRih inst., for tin; cutting and dallvorlt
Power House oi' 200 cordn or more of av foot
Tnmnractor Fur wood, dry or green Woo.
must be perfectly sawed. The loweaor nn;
touder not nocestfarlly uccopted.
J. K. JOHN-N,
C- Clerk
Graud Korks, Nov. llth. Ib38,
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| House Finish,
1 Sash   Factory,
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Store Fronts a Special!)*,
Furniture Made to Order,
vs*.
Special  Announcement! $
Wo lmve Rddod a i
tment to onr buuluesa con-
Saloon and Store Fixtures.
business by tbe first of tliu month. Tbo sale of
lots continues unabated, At present thero is
botweon thirty and forty houses and tents located on the townsite.
A Change r,f Firm.
Al. Traunweiser ha?1 purchased A. W.
Fraser's interests in the Alberta Jintel nnd
will continue the business at the old stand.
Al. is a thorough and up to date hotel man
which insures that the house being kept up
it* that high standard whis it bus already attained. Mr. Traunweiser has had the paper
hangers and deooratpri] at work all week
renovating the houso from top to bottom and
everything now presents a neat and tasty appearance. Both water and clectrio lights
have been put throughout the house and
with tho first-class service to be found in the
dining room there is no denying the fact that
the Alberta is the equal if,not the Superior
of any hotel in thc district".
Narrow  Escape.
Frank Auzunma, an Italian laborer employed
at .lames Welsh's1 railway camp, some six
miles from bore, narrowly escaped death last
Friday. It seems thnt just as A^iziuimn wns
hurrynu,' away from a heavy rook blast, a stone
weighing about balia pound struck him pn the
hood completely tearing the rlra from one sido
ol his hat and cutting his left car almost com*
pletlyoir. Auzunma Is uow being treated by
Dr. Stanley Smith, of this city.
Tbo powder blast that was deed /in this oe-
chsIoii was comprised of twenty kegs of powder
Which was liivd from u round of iweiily boles
drilled Home is feel into the
estimated thut ibis ouo sh
hundred yards of ruck.  Thii aootdont hnj
poned on a heavy plow of raibvay grade snin
half a mite from Niagara.
meut of all monoy received and tho manner ln
which lt was disbursed.
NIAGARA NOTES.
Mr. Pete Arena sold his hotol to l.fr, Stobloi
and is now busy erecting a ttucc story hotel,
Tbc sawmill plant will be in fJtv Holiday next
and is expected to bo In full running order tin.
end of next week.
An Italian eamp on Main Street caught fire
la^t night and was reduced to ashes. Ihe loss
oi vermin in thu blankets must havo been ap-
paulllng,
Nino moro buildings are under construction
and it is rumored Unit the C. P. U. hospital will
be started on aud under way by tbe- end of tho
week. Thoie will be accommodations lor forty
patients.
Mr. Robins, uf Greenwood ims started a stage
line between hero and that town. He has
purchased twenty head uf horses from the
Okanoguu country aud expects to make the
round trip daily between Niagara and Greenwood.
Tbe new tote road Irom Niagara to Greenwood is now eui-ipleied. The distance between
the two towns being now reduced to sixteen
miles, lt Is claimed by the OUglnoer that 10-JU
of an elevation Is saved by this road in preference to llie old Sawmill road.
'l be;Niagara hotel caught fire Wednesday. Tlio
lire originated on die root of u.e building oto"
bably caused by sparks irom uk* chimney. The
volunteer lire brigade turned out promptly) aud
lid rock.   It Is | thu lire hus extinguished,   ft is estimated that
moved several | the danger from flro and water would amount
to |100,   The building was not insured,
Have The  Authority.
Messrs. Mcpherson and Stout who bavo. tlie
Contract lot tumUhlng some 800,000 lies for the
Oolumbia *t Western Railway construction
through this section, wero In this city the fore
partot tbis week. They nnd In their possession
a written autlio lity from tbo Assistant Com
misstouer of Lands m|d Woiks at Victoria
authorising the Columbia & Western Railway to
cut timber for railway purposes on Crown
bands. This fact will make matters clear for
tbe various sub-tie contractors who are working in this suction, as they now can cut
timber on all vacant crown lands Of course
thc above authority does not apply to timber on
pre-emptions and other lands wheu the surface
right is owned by private parties.
Seized Clark's Interests
All tho interests of Kobort Clark In the
mineral claims known as Clark's Scnttle
Gold Mining Co. [foreign} and the Seuttle
Mining and Smelting Company, situated in
the Grand Forks mining division, of Yale
district, have been seized by the Sheriff and
will be sold to satisfy hvo judgements issued
out of the supreme court, one In favor of
Green Wollaston for $196.97 and cost, less $100
paid, and one for $44.47 and cost. Tho sale
will take place next Thursday at the hour of
eleven, n. m. Mr. Clark expects to moke
arrangements to satisfy the judgement
before the day of pale.
GREENWOOD HEMS.
The Bullion in Creenwood camp Is soou to bc
crown granted.
The machinery is being placed in position on
tho Brooklyn ln Groan wood camp.
The shaft on the Pheasant In Greenwood
camp is now down twenty-one feot.
Tlie many friends of Duncan Ross, editor of
tlie lioundary Creek Times, will be pleased to
learn that he bus fully recovered from his
cent Illness.
The Presbyterian church iu Greenwood will
give one of its popular entertainments
Thanksgiving evening Nov. 24th. An excellent
program will be rendered ou this occasion.
At a special meeting of the city council held
on Thursday evening of lagt week thc city
council voted to borrow flO-bOO by-luw for the
purpose of flashing the street grading now in
progress.
Greenwood now onj.iys the distinction of
having two Chartered bunks, the only ones at
present in the lioundary district. They are
the hank of British North America and ihe
Bank of Commerce. They both sprang into ex*
isience like muslmions after a, warm rain. It
appears that the managers of both of these lu
RlllUtlonS were making a tour of tbe dislriet
witli a view of establishing branches at some
point iu it anil happened to meet In Greenwood
Tuesday of last week, ami working under the
supposition that tho other one was going tn
start business at thnl point, bulb at once rented
places and at six o'clock Wednesday morning
had banners out announcing ■ Hut Ihey were
ready to do business.
Noticeof Sale by the Serif fl?
All or'lers will
attention,
I.ji.
Prompt  Ji;
IIA Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, |J
Dress floods, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Ribbons, Laces,
ty
ret
Chaa,
BV VIRTUE
sued out ol
-*-..,.**.>,i i«..
IX THE 8UPRKMK I'UtMlOK (
BRITISH   COliUilUU      t
BRTWEEN
Hay aud Neil McCallum, Plolnfl;
and
Chas. Cumings, and G. \V. Avorlll and tlfeoatllc.
Mining aid Smelling "Co., ForelgilJofen*
daut,..
OP A WRIT OF r-JA I
(lhe above court and tmc d
. ,..,.1. I am commanded lo seize pds u. ,
thOSUmof Hl.47 together with slurb costs, I 6
from RobortOlark, of Kettle Kiver Dlflon of|T
Vale DlBtrlct. In obedience to which inmand 0
l bare seized the interests of Itobi Clark
[abfiVodescribed] In the mineral olalucnown
as Clark's Seattle Gold Mining Co., nek-n,
and ''The Seattle Mining and Sniolg Co."
both situated In the mining Division   Kettlo
Kiver Yale District, B.C.
Aud will sell all or BUfllclonl ot theny public auction outside tho goveruine omco
Qrand Porks, on Thursday tho 171 day o
November, 1868, »t the hour ol oleveil'clock,
a. m., to satisly the judgment debt anipsts incurred in tbe action.
A. G. PKMBEBTON, lerilT.
Terms Of sale cash.
Dated at (irand Porks, B. C , this VUlay of
November, 1898
feSS€Srft^icS-S-£C*£i£i€«S$€'£€*§€-fl<!
•pragg*
Grand Forks, B. C.
with
$ i *'*
m £
a-®-
OliNE
I0TEL,
4s
Etnbrodlorles, In fact everything which is kept in a 11 rst-olass Pry Goods Store
These Goods havo nil been purchased direct from the Manufacturers Agents In
Montreal, Trrouto and Chicago, nod aro all A 1 value, and the latest styles.
The people of the Kottle Elver District will now uot be compelled to send
nwny from home for thei:1 dry goods. If they will call uf our store we will be
id to show our goods, and you will be convinced that wo can save you money
ildes having the satisfaction of ranking your own selections, Shipments wil
be received weekly.   A Flrst-olass atock of Ready Made
Clothing Shoes and rimers' Supplies
Always in stock.   Goods delivered to tho camps free.
t fnett
i     *SE
£
!W!S CE L-CX^
PREDliKICK & PETEUSON.
CASCADE CITY,   -   D. C.
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Notice of Sale by lhe Sirifi
B\
IN THE BOPRBMB t'OPlOPj
BRITISH COLUAljUi     t
I'.KTWKKN
(ireen & Wollaston, of Grand b'orks,  ii,tin's.
ninl
Robert Clark, of same place, Defetidai
VIllTl't; OP A WRIT OF I-'IKKA-'IAS
sued out of the above court nndi II-
■eied, I am commanded tosol« is lo !
Ibe  Bum Of$196,117 tOgotllOr  «Uh  i-beis eosls I
nud costs of issuing this writ less ■fiuuti with ;
i Merest at six percent per ani'itnt, fn Koberl '
clnrit.oi ihe (Ji'.iud Porks Mining Ijlou or
Vale District, iu ol.edleuee tu ivhieb cnmiid I
have seized tin; iuieiesisof llobort Cli labove
described] in   the  mineral claims  iw u  as ;
Clark's Seattle Gold Mining Co., Fotn, and:
the Heat tie Mining and Bmolllug Oo.dh siiu- i
atodlntho Qrnnd Forks  Mining  lhoii of
Yale Difltrlot, B.C.
Ami will sell all ursullleieut of Iheiy  pub   I
lie auctlou outsldo the goverumeui oi Orand i
Forks, it. o.i on Thursday the 17|day of |
Novomber, 1898, at the hour ol elev o'clock
a. in, to satisfy the judgment debt aupStS Incurred iu this action.
A. G. PiiMiir-aroNierifl',
Terms of sale cash.
Dated at Grand Porks, B. Ci thiB 1 day of
November, 1808.)
First-class In Every Respeot, y
a
West Brands Wines, Liquors and I
Cigars at the Bar. I
• "6 9 •> • > 9 •> C C-O-0
v .,*..- ii - *   ii    fn iii ■wn   unriih >B*MIIM I   MIIMIII | mi I BJI 1
|L.M« DENNIS,
TONSORIAL ARTIST.
VICTORIA HOTEL,
Riverside  Ave,. Grand   Forks. B. C,
D you want a nice easy, clean (have or an up-
tu date stylish hair cut, give mo ii cal].
.1 W' JONES, ~
.Mauutiicturcr of
Spring   Beds,    Mattresses,
LOUNGES.   ETC.
DEALER IH HOUSEHOLD COODS OF ALL KINDS.
GRAND   FOKKS,   B.   0.
C*n**8aw Filing anil Rll KllKla of Repairing.
^he Alberta Hot
Al   Traunweiser,
' jPBOl'WETOH,
Grand
;crk5, B. C.
TS a new House, wiih   new Furniture and everything comfortable  for  the
I ravelling public,  and has accommotions for a large number oi people.    Thr
Dining  Room   is   provided wilh everything in the market.
The bar is repleted with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars     A good sample room for Commercial Travellers.
wi*.i-te«..-Be*;:«yf;(S45(a--=!BCSiir.
J. Hogaason Jotia Wand
/-* RAND PORKS BLACKSMITH
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WESTLAND 4 CO., rnor
KIVERSIDE
BRAND rORKI.C.
«f G
ld!|!  ■__-
I Carriage Factory
T.
Proprietor,
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l.'KUJtil! STREiT.
S D. M. FEENEY,
8
Good   Dining   Room   in   connon
with tho house.
First-Class Rooms by Day or *k.
jt^- Best Brands Wines, Liq'S
and Cigariffit the Bet
The care f>f horses feet and up-to-date
-.lioein^ mady a special study. There is
nothing in my line of business <hat I
don't do and will mako you anything
from a wheelbarrow to six-horse coach.
FRESH GROCERIES
kysboliad atour Htoreait wokcQp our stock righl up to tin   market and
worn goods to work ofl'an onr customer*.   Wy mako a tpcalalty of always
Fresh Eggs and Creamery Butter.
Wo net in ii new supply ovory weak an
potatoes uri' auotlior iblim which can ■
of ll shiny inoltlu in n taw aays,
H. A. HUNTLEY   ;   -
nly bo ion ml atom storo.    Will have iu n nice iluo
GRAND FORKS, B. G.
rana rones
G. A. FRASER & CO., proprietors.
Particular Attention Given Orders  From  Private Families.
^THE MIDWAY HOTEL*
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
For   Sale.
Iloiiaoliol.lfnriiltnre.oiilyliei.il iifl*Kl a Bhorl
time.  The furniture can be Been b. calling al
tbo liouBe north of Mn a. P. Aliiion,^ on North
S'X-Ollli Btr-Kl-
First-Class   Accommodations,  Good StabMfif, Tevmius of
Stas:e Line From Marcus,  Washington.
McAuley & Keightley,     -     -     Proprietors, THE   MINER.
PALMETTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Eatuate ill the ftrattd Forkt Mining Division ol
vill |      Yale District.   Where local 4—In  Welllng-
on camp.
Take notice that I, John A. Coryell, a
tjhemteof 16 cent*per nonpareil line tlmt
Insertion.    Advertisements   running for »
ItlE MINF11 lfi prlptird on Batunutyi, ami
be mall-M to any address in Canada or tbe
United Stales for one yea* od receipt of two
dolla:*-.   -Ungle copies Ave cents. 79888. Intend" sixty days from  date   I    ■
,    ' spply to the Mi.. '■■  a.-. ■ ..,     .   for ii   '
COMTBACT -iDVEUTiaKMENpinsertedatthe   Oririiprovem n:    for the] truose  I
late .;;.)■ c        mn inch peif mouth. a Crown Grant of i
* And fnrtbei take notici   th       ctio       tnder
JEAN&IKNT   ADVl-r.TIHEMENTS Inserted at   Section B7 must be     uimenced Ibe   Is
suance of such Certit)  iteol Iu i * ivements
I i' .1 this 25th day oi ... I twr, Iff i.
JOHN A. COItYEl I.
shorter period than three m* ntbs arociaaeed ; 	
transient.
CORRESPONDENCE from  every part ol the
Yale District and commublcallons upon live
topics  always   acceptable.  Send  In your
news while it Is fresh, and we will d - tbe
rent.
JOB PRINTING turned out In flrst-elaBi style
at tbe shortest notice.
Address P. M. McCABTKBA SONS.
ci'.'.Mi Forks B "■
NOTICE.
■    ius*5   ' .-■!■■iji* *..  "'ith. i-      i. •« TOT.;, i  '-*.   I] I'.KllVGlVfi- Tl!.*
County ol Yale at the coun   '■   ■■'   '■-.      * A\   plU-alloir ttill be mado tu the'!
British Columbia,on thc 6th day .'I "■'' •   •■ ^   ,,i comdn ni th ixt session
(erred to which Ib necessary to carry oo
tbc .ai.i railway with « hit b thc Bald company
:- readv foi    witb to pi  I,    V"   "-'■■. .* *
- ,*i III*. H BEBEBV GIVES THAT AN AP-
Parliament
'■ Si -ASSSS-vsi & u^tAuA',:   ; I ^SSfflS^sSf^g
"   Yale to put the uu] corn]   ...   lo   ■■•  **  ■" ••— f
tbc Bald lauds and n Ihe pre IbIoi   i I ••    ■•■■'
i li Columbia Railway Act which   ■■
ot.!..-- yon oti tbal occasion  or In the mean
whlleahowgoc   i i ts. to 1
Ai;|.,,n   &   1! ,!      Ml
Bolioitor (or iho Colombia su I Wcsli ru ttall
wny company
D
M.
WF.STWOOD,
Notice of Arbitration.
ORDER.
F. 'I. M.'C.unKi,. S«  -
O. i: int. M-< a Web
VllANKll    MCCaRTB*
Business Mvuflcer,
 Editor.
  I   crcl   ry.
Carson Lodge I. O. O. P. No. 37.
tfaWtok   MBETS EVERY BATrBDAV EVE-
V-r^V*-*'   nn;-- '■>'■ v  "'' ■"' '•  '" 'heir hail ■'
' *'»"•"     (aisnn. lt    c.   A cordial Invitation extended to'all sojourning brethren.
u M   M. CLARK, K.G.
11. M. Oehih, Pi 1 rotary,
PROVIENCE OF BRITISH COU'MRIA, |
1 I6OY00B DlVIBIOM  OF  YaJ.K. )
Iii th 1 Matter of ihe British Columbia
Railway Act antl in thu Matter of
the Columt: i.i and Western Railway
Oompany.
mi rh u i.i-r In tbe State ol
fin
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER irh, i8q8,
TWO OF A KIND.
Onr nopnlUtic frlondln Washington, just
nver tlio line, seema to hnve been struct* by a
pyclone nnd swppt oB ol tbo face of the earth.
Tbe repub)lctfnscarr)ed)everytbtnu by mojor-
IHes ranging from l 000 fa** 6,000, The
mongral patty wlitcb wos recently placed
in power iu the province by tbe grace 0!
Li* ut. Governor Mclnnis, Is In a gveal muiij
pespectslike O10 ppptillstte party in Washington, which was nothing moro limn an unholy compact [or plunder. No sooner hud
tbey BuccAedPd tn power than atalseecoootny
begun. Tried nnd faithful servants wore be*
beaded right nnd left to tlie detriment of pule
jio service, und tbe Hpuil system in all its Iniquity was inaugurated. Tbis waa tbe drat
step of economy promised us by the lute opposition. History shows tbat years uuro the
Hon. Robert Beaven iunuguarted just Hindi n
iiiiiru ol fib - eeiiiuimy, v.jtli ths result tbut
Stagnation prevailed throughout tbe length
and breadth of the province, lt only look 11
short time thon to demonstrate thefullacy of
buch a po'ley'and there wjj] be no exception
ill thin Cttt-3.
1*0 U. B.
soi fl iii ihe United m,;...\ William it. Davev,
of 'irand Forks in the Province of British
Columbia, Qeorglnu L. Davey und Mary
JsneDavey, both of tbetJ'tyol Vietorbi iu
thcsald province O.K. Ber. Joseph Wilson
and A. J. Yates, till of the iftld city ol Vio-
toria. trustees ol the estate Known as the
Erb Estate,K. Bpragcutt, of^Jrand forks,
aforesaid, administrator ->i tne late -James
Met;onue 11 snd Prank Biohter, <d Osoyoow
in tho snld province, owners.of the property
hereinafter described
Yi.f ARE UKREBY NOTIFIED UNDER
the provlilenq oi lho Uriti h Columbia
rRallwny Acl aud Amendments,*-
l. That the Columbia and Western Railway
Company require! for the purposo of Iti railway
certain lands tn thu Osoyoos division oi STnle
Dlitrtet, belonging to you, shown oil a map or
plan deposited In tbo bind registry oflice at
k&mloop&and particularly described as follows: Alt that portion of lot numjt>er **ft*W in
township number72 in the said OloyooB divl-
Bion being 15 feel on cither -ide nf .1 tJcrtre line,
whieh center line commences >a a point In the
wi ►*. rlv limit of satd lot I5B2.B foet souih ofthe
northwest corner of hi!«i lot. thence W.D feot
along a 6 degree curvo to Uie (oft. theneo 1101
fuet 8-1 degrees 24 minutes east,
HiiMii.e 263.G I'-'et ohmga 1" decree
eurve to the right, thenee 465.6 feet
south '■'■> degrees08 nunutes east, them
District
Upon reading the affidavit of II. T, w I *■
herein dated the 4tb day ■-( Oetobur Is:
tho certitieate of Svdnev   U    John
and the notlceofarbltratIou.lt li
I notice of arbitration aiore-nid .
t\ri- j limes In the courso of one month In tii
FoitKB HiKEunewsi'iiper published i" the Osoyoos Division ol YaliJ !'•- rlct,
Ddted this 5th day 0/October, A. D., WM.
ternstional Boundary Line at or near Cascade
City Britlph Columbia, thence In a westerly dl-
r, ikm ftillowinv the volley of tlie Kettle river
to ipoini mi the nud Boundary Line, at or
Mitr cur--ii. alsofi-om another point on the
f,uid Boundiiry Line stor near Midway,tbenee
northerly, following tiie valley of Boundary
ereek ton point about twenly (ZOj mile:-:nortli of
Mi [way. with power to construct, and malutaln
■-■■:■. ieh lines and at the snid Boundary i ine to
connect with ard to operate the whole in cou-
•tiou with the Railway Une of the upokane
Falls and Northern Railway Company, with
1 - t«me company to construct, operate ahd
i"T  idi'graphand b-Jepbone line?, as well
cumnxrcUi] purposes as the business of thn
niUvay, and for all other ncuesBary and usual
.  „f Lot 167, . powers.
Division "i Yslo ;    Dated tin ISth day of July, A. I)., iH9S.
boiJwi.i.i, tt Dun
COUNTY OP YAl i
paovLHcaor I'.arn.-n < olumuu-
To-wlt: in the matter of tbe Britisl. Columl   11 m"1!'!^^^!1-
Railway Act and In the matter
Columbia and Western Ballwn,
nanv mnl  iu   ti;e   l
Township 72, Osoyo
ui v..-
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
a*r-OFFICE—Next Posi oitk-c
R.B. STANLEY SMITH, M.D. CM..
(Mrtllll Dnlv.)
QHYSiolAN.SnBGKONANDAOCODCHEDn.
r^ Coroner for Qrand ForkB Mining Dlt^slon
"  pf* Yale District.
OFFICE:—Jubilee Hospital, Qraud ForkB, B.C.
I
Solicitors for the Applicants.
?! (irand Forks Townsite Co.
LIMITED   LIABILITY.
\\:
WiBI
N.TICC IS HEItKilY CI1VEN THAT A
■: ■•. ..1 incotltiB 1.1 Uie Bliareholdcrs nl tho
i.riiiMfi    BABwe   t-mii-1, r-1" -     ,• r\ ■. ■
M^ii-        ?   A JL.lw*M*A-ls\** I* "" (-"jNt* forks townsiv
PBOVINCK
OSOYOO
IP   BHITI9H COLUMBIA,
DlSlVlOK OF Y.M.B,
    COM-
llty.   will   be  held at  the
ned on  RU'OrBlde street.
18.---6 feel
ne 11 3 degree curvo
tit ii desrecs *t mi
et
Boutb ji degrees!) minutes cast, thenco 447 u
[eet along a2 dosree '.'a minute curvo to the
right,'thence 180 feet along a 12 degree curve to
the right, thence 126.1 foot south 63 degrees 80
minutes east, thonoo 82,2 feet along an i degree
eurve to the lefl to a point iu tbe BO nth orl y
limit of said lot 622.4 feet from the southeast
coruor of said lot, containing 4.67 acrea more or
less; all thut portion of Lots numt Bra im ana827
in the satd township boing4Meot on eiUiersnle
of acertatu line, whloh certre BtltJ, whieh centre Hue commences at a point lu the the we-st,-
eilv limit 01 said lot 184, 130.4 feet south of thc
north-woat corner of Bsjd lot IW, theuce 2311.7
feet north sii degrees 2i minutes east, tbenee
295 foot along an 8 dogreu curve to ihe loft,
thenco 141.8 feet north 62 rlcgreeB 45 tnlnutea
east to a point In the easterly limil "f f-abl lot
number 887 being 266.4 feet north of the northeast corner of Bald lot number '621, containing
6.47 seres moro.pr'Iesl; all that portion of lot
number 851 in the said township uBlng -i.r> feet
on cither aids of a dentro line, which centre
line commences at a poiut in the westerly limit
of said lot 851 being luW & feet soutli of tho
north-west corner of said lot, thence 786 feet
north C2 degrees 46 minutes oast, thuuoe
2183.8 feet along a 1 degree 80 minute curve to
the tight, theuce   1138   feet   along   a   5  degree
for ib
HlMl
Tritf board of public works Is deserving of curve to tbe right, thonoo IBI
,.,.', 1 .        ,. ,    .,        , ' deereeh 15 minuter east, then
■redit tor the muuiier   in whicli  tb*-y  nave
done lhe torb of grading lUversldo avenue
up to th»'H.*i'oni) gradeestabliabed. Tlie coat
of doing the work was cousideroblo cheaper
than it could have been done by conttnet
nnd fully demonstrates tbo fact, that If properly huiidli-d, municipal Improvements enn
be done cheaper by day labor thun by tho
contract system.
Tins Maple Leaf in the name of a tout page
four .column td tho page paper, tliat innda
Ita up]jia ranee in Cafcade City lay! ThuiHiIay.
MeHars. Nesblt and Sanders aro at the bend
of *,be enterprise and thoy have the boat
wiri'u'H of tin* MixKtt in tbeir itrugglo for pub-
lie favor.
Tub iliiii:i'j, Gol nrobln legislature bun been
Btimmoned tb uml on January fifth. The
opinion Hi-euis to prevail that oue of tin. flrsf
things I bat wllj he done after the legislature
coi voops will be to t' ft the relative Hlrength
of the t wo parlies'.
TnE Toronto Globe iu refsrrtngto tho intention of the Grent Northern rtiil.voy to npply for a chatter fur the K-t tie Kiver railway
at tbe next spbsEou of tin* dominion pari!*
meut, takesatfonggrouuds jn favor of granting it.
loot   south
id feet along a
6 degroo curve to  tbe   left,   tbenee   121.5   foet
6outn 74 degrees 05 minutes east to a   point ln
tho southerly Unlit of Bald lot 274.4 fuet went of
the south-east corner of snM  lot, containing
18.55 ncres more or leBs; and all lhat portion ol
lot numbered 653 In said township belijg '15 feci
on either wide of 11 centre   line,   which   con.re
lino commences at a pointin the westerly limit
of said lot. 92.6 feel east of the north-west corner of .snid lot, thence -SMI feet south uh degrees
39 minutes east, thence278.7 feet along a 12 degree curve to the left, tbenee 40.8 feet south 72
degrees 06 minutes east, thence 600 feel along 11
twelve degree emvo  to the  rlybt, thenee 122
feet south 18 degrees 18 minutes east tbenee
476 feet along a PJ degree curve  to  the  left,
thence 769 i'eet Boutb 65 degrees 'I'.' mtnutes east,
thenco 686.7 feel along a 42 minute eurve to the \ court of tbe county of Y
left, thence 161.8 feet along a 0 dfigTOo curve to	
thu Ion to a point inthe easterly limit of snld
lot. 1502.8 feet south of tbe north-east corner of
(■aid  lot  nnmbeied  663, coutalulng B.26 acres
more or less.
2.   Tlie said cpmpafl'y te  ready and  willing
and otlors to pity vou  the sum of |986 00, or
which one hundred dollars would',be appropriated to the portion required as obovesetoul of lot
numbered 184, aa a compensation for said lands
ond all damages tn respect of ihe taking (.hereof forthe purposes of the Company ahd in the
exercise td the powers conferred upon it by Ita
charter aud the said act end ameridmJQfits.
.t.   Fj'bc company appoints Uobort Garuet Tat-
low, ol the citv of;Vancouver in the Province of
I British Columbia, its "arbitrator If lis :;v.\d oiler
i is not accepted by you.
]     4,    Ai'piicittion will lie forthwith mnde In no
cordance witb the notice endbttad hereon.
Dated this first day of October, A. i).,  18(18, at
Itpssland, B. c.
Abbott & irAtiT-MciiAttu,
BollcltOrB for thu Columbia and Western Railway Company.
In tho Matter of thu British Oolumbia
Railway Act una In thy Mutter of
the Oolumbia and Western Railway Hi
Company.
ToTllOmSS KUN, oF Pent! itoil In till District  of
Vale, William H. Davej'i of Ufand t'orkw In
tho aaid District, Ocorglua L Uavcy and
Mary Jane Davey, both of iho I'tty of .'lu-
torla In the Province of Brltlali Columbia,
D. R. Ker, Joseph Wilson ami A. J, vales.
all of tbe said Oity ol Victoria, trustees ol
tbe estate known ns Iho Erb Estate. E.
Spraggett, of Bald Ciraml Porks, administrator of tho Into Jaincs McConncl nnd frank
Rich tor, of OBoyoos in tho t-aid DlBtrlct,
owners of the property buieinnfter described.
YOB   AUK   HEREBY   NOTIFIED   UNDER
tbe provisions of the  British Columbia
Railway Aut atd Auieiulineuts:
1.   That the Columbia and WcBtern Railway J
Company requires for the purposes of Its rail-j
way certain..lands in the Osoyoos Division of
Yule pistiict, belonging to yon, shown   on  il |
niiip or plan deposited in ihu land roi
dee at Kamloops and particularly deB
follows:   all that portion of lot numbered l.
lu towiiBiiip numbered72 In the sold Osoyoos
Division being'4.1 feet op eittitr side of a cunt re
line, which centre line commences nt a point
in the northerly limit of said lot 622.4 feet from
the north-east corner of said   lot, thence 414.5
feet along an 8 degreo curve to ihe left, thence
257.6 feet north 86 degrees 24 minutes east to tho
easterly limit of sold lot, containing by admeasurement 1,18 acres more or less.
1. The Baid company is ready and willing
iiuil hereby oilers to pay to you the Bum of
thirty dollars as a compensation for said bonis
and nil damages iu respect of tho taJclnp thereof
for the purpose-*- of lhe company and In tbe exercise ef tbe powers conferred upon it by its
chartei and tlie Bald act and amendments.'
3. Tiie company appoints Robert (Jarnot
I'atlowof the City of Vancouver in tiie Province of British Columbia its arbitrator If its
said oiler Is not accepted by you.
4. Application will bo forthwith made in accordance wiln tbe notice endorsed hercutt-.
Dated this 4th doy of October. A. D., lSfls, at
Rosalaud, B. C,
Abugtt ,fc Habt-McXUro,
Solicitors for tho Oolumbia slid Western Railway Company,
tlb undora!
Grand forks, B. C, Monday, the 28th
.ay of November, 18.98.
TT   8. CAYI.EY,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
Solicitor, Etc.,
OilU'u at Residence,' Jufct across FlrKt street
Hiiilce. Orand Forlrn, b'. C
p WOI.l.ASTON,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Civil Engineer, Ete
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
TJiOFvBES M. KERBT,
Provincial Land Surveyor
And Civil Engineer.
Or pics, Midway, b. o,
AsKoelate  Member Canadian
Society   of Olvil  Rngiucori.
Iioirof threo o'clock In tbo afternoon.
■ purppie of considering and, if jtl^cmed   «•>,»?,,, i',n'i.  •  umtvi
ib.mspoBingofthQWliolo.or any pan   (11™$*? i'/Jn-Kb IJtJllblj
f the asots,  rights, pnwers,  privileges ard
frnuchlBQ-pftlio company to BUOll person or
■ -i.lr11■■■ l' yamPiipoti such terms mnl conditions
ns the fhiiehnlders may deem ndvlseablo. and
totmnsail such other business as may be law*
tally bnaght before tbe meeting.
CUAUI.BI UUUIMOS,
Bc'cTOtary,
CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.
PAY OIK FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate hi the Grund Forks Mining Division of
Yale District.- Where located:—In Brown'a
Cm.if adjoining tbe pathfinder Mineral
chiln.
T\Ki! NOTICE that I, Smith CurtJa aa ag*
nert for Ban nel 1 Sawyer Fn.e Miner's
Corfifloate No.lHBlOA, Anthony J. McMll-
"' Inn FreoMlner'fi Certitieate No. »2:t2A, A. William Ilfirt-Mcllarg Free Miner's Certiileate
No. SflUas. and Smitii Curtis froo Miner's
Certith-au No. 8728A, intend, Sixty days from
(he date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining Ito-
carder fora Certificate Od Improvements, for the
purpose of obtalnjhg a Crown Grant of ibe
above claim.
And forth jit fnUo notice that action, under
aectlou07, mUBt'be oominonned before tlie la-
Btmiicfi nt sui-h Oertinodte of Improvements.
Dated IMs 12th day of September, IS8S.
[Sli-Novl'i] Buitu CuitTia.
u
Barber Shop.
Centrally Looated,  All Work Gauranteed to be
FiiBt-class in every Ue.Hpect.
PETEfl A. Z. PARE,      *      -      PROPRIETOR.
H. A. SHEADS,
- ASSAYER-
GRANC FORKS, B. C.
SAMPtESCIVEN PROMPT AHDCAREFULTTENTION
We have a spleudld osBortmeat ,
i.i HeavySer-ree, Covert Cloths, !
Fancy Boacle r«eedeffect., «-tc
Also  Paucy Silk Plaids, Braids i
and otuer Dress TrimmiuL's. aud
u new lot of Ladles' Cloth J^c)... \
els and C„i|,s.   In our titno'u- De-
nartmonl    *.\o   sbowiuv  Heavv
Blankets, Balmoral Light Blank- I
•-ts, fflaonels, b'tainioJettes si,,.,... i
nifts, Giuj-haiiis, Prints, Lt
OUR BOOT 5 SHOE i   |
I
Department is well filled with
many new lines eomprtsins; well
known Amerioan and Canadian
manufacturers best efforts.  Al-
J 1
so haveOarpetSIipperaand Itub-
bers for men, women and Children, and Heavy High Shoes for
Miners and Prospectors.
We have added many new goods to our
j   and now can give you good attention In this line.    Hoping to receive a
jj   sharge of your patronage 1 remain
£ Yours Respectfully,
j H- SWEENEY, Manager.
•*»*»w*m.i>*w*»w-^^
Palrvlcw Livery Barn
Fairview, B. C.   jt
Prospectors Stable jtjt,
Orand    Forks,  ;B.   C.
Jt   jt
Jt   jt   jt
* Prospectors
Livery, Feed «M and^s Sale Stables.
lir B, STAOHE,
VV,
Bath  Rooms,
AND TONSORIAL PARLORS.
MVERSIUB,      -      -      -       UltANU FOKKS
Theiie in n every probability tlmt there
will be another general eleotion in the provi-
enco early in the Bprinpt.
LOCAL  NOTES,
Mr. E. Spraggett \* recolvlug tb3 qongratn-
ations ..ilJIii frTends ttila week pyor ibe arrival
of a danghn'r :tf h*.* lioin>- \\J rfiit;irdny.
Flic surveyors of tbe i'icl oi in. yiir.cou^er
nntl Basteru railway are' ut preaeiil locating
a li.,e through tbe tpwnqf iVlldwui
'llie -.Ji-atid Forks sawmill iVputting in alog
chute ut the mill. When comploted it will nave
considerable time and exnepgc lu handling
logs.
Mr, Lynch, aa  experienced   engineer from
Spokane, has-ui-rlvc'd in the city and acaented
a position with tjio Orand Forka Haw Mill
Company.   ' '
*lr. loridernon of th- j.anK of ,\i,.n,i,.... ot
Yprnofti Bi O., n^rivM'irt-^'rc ■•ii . >'<.,i\\ "Wed-
iips l;i> u.l.i ui onco' s*t ul'-nit; iiuiluuir ur-
rhn';,-*f-fnvlitijfor the rnl-Miingr of u bv:uwh of
thht iistrtmioi: in thnt city.
Mr. II. Cr, Fit l'I er nnd W. ii.' Uuvrenco, of
Vernon, spent several days Iii town ihis week
In search pf a busjqesi locution. Thoy ex-
liressedtUemselV^Voilplepjied with Grand
Ftfrk's as n business poiut, nnd will In all
probability beopme, [ildentifled with us in
the near future. ''
Y°i"
Will Give a Ball.
At the regular meeting of the Independent
Order of Foresters. Court *;UIl-River No, :ifi75
held last Thursday} it wnS t^-bclded to give a
grand bnll on New Yenrslevel a cdiiunlttce coin,
pos.'d if E. Hprnggett Nell Mi j r|i;,n, and J. IC
Joh'iiHon was appointed us it' inanaceident e'dm*
mittefefor tho coming eyept, while Dr. Stanley
Smith nnd'M A ■' '.,.• •''■.•■,.. -".*.,.,.,. Inted as the
musical conimfttee. 'L;ii1s will lj(, the second
mini ul bull of the lowfl order of   Fonsters, and
It promlsei t' be an overwhelming iucoobs.
A New Route  to   Greenwood.
The railroad contractors have piil lhe wngon
road from the North Fori; road to summit
camp in Orst*claia sbapfl and oonneotlng it
with the Oreen wood-Summit camp road at
licuilell's r:iiu i,. This new route makes an ex-
ceptionallyeHsy grade to Greenwood, lhe ftholl
pass being over l.avo feet lower tban uny other
route across the mpntltalu.
Small Debts Court.
Last Thursday J. E. Kelly obtalnod o 98.00
judgement in the small jobts urt ogelnst A
Haselburg the claim being for bay used by defendants horses, tlie ease was settled Immediate*
ly after [Judgement by defendant paying the
tosls.
Sentenced to Eight Days.
Last Mtiiday one James Lee-Roy appeared In
the Police Court to answer to tbe charge of
stealing a pair of trousers from one Summers.
The accused pleaded guilty, and la now working out au eight days sentence on the city
wood pile for hlc foolish act.
More Fi e Hose.
At an Informal meeting of the city council
held last Thursday, tl'*- mayo: und city clerk
were instructed to sign aeon tract for tbe purchase of fiOO feet of A No, 1 rubber hose from tbe
Guttapercha and Rubber '.'-■., Of Toronto, Out.
Reiigicus Services.
Methodist serviJosf Sunday, Nov. lflth at 11
p. m., in Victoria Hull, conducted by the
Pastor.
0?B iinder^tand that the ladies of Trlnltj*.
papish, Grand Forks-- intend holding n Sociul
oi^Tlmrsday,- tihai 1st. Full particulars
later on.
OU AUK ALSO REQUIRED TO TAKE
lotlcothat because the Bald The Columbia
nd v estem Hmlwuv Company rcqulrrs
the immediatepossqwiou of tbo bind within referred to which is neee:-s:irv to carry >m part of
the said railway*with which the said company
is rciidy forthwith to proceed, tipplicuiiou will
be made to the Judge of tbe county court ol tbe
County of Yale at the court bouse.Rossland,
British Columbia, on the 6th day of octoher at
hour id 10 o'clock In tbe forenoon for a warrant
to the Sheriff of the s^ld County ol Vale to put
the said company in'posslou or the said binds
under the provisions ol The British Columbia
Hallway Act which will IsBue unless you on
Unit occasion or iu the meanwhile Bhow good
cause to tbe contrary.
Abbott & HA.RTwMcHAna,
Solicitors for tbe Columbia and Western Railway Company.
ORDER.
"COUNTY OF YALE, j
PitoviKfi; of British Columbia, i
To-wit; In the mutter of the British Columbia
Railway Act, and tn tbe mutter of the
Columbia and WeBU.ru railway company, and in the matter of Lota 184.827,
8i8. 868 and 861, Townsllip78) Osoyoos
DI VI pi OU of Ynl-,- District.
Upon reading the affidavit bi fi. T wilgress
herein dated the 4th day October 1898 and the
certificate of Sydney M. Johnson herein and the
Notice of arbitration, it is ordered that the notice of arbitration aforesalo  bo Inserted  three
limes in tiie course of one month 111 the Giia.N1)
Forjsb Miner nowspaper published In the Osoyoos Division of Yule District,
limed this 6th day of October, A   D., 18P8.
Wm. Waud SpikkSi Judge.
Notice of Arbitration*
PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA, |
QSOYOOS DlHItUOS OP YAI.E. \
In tho Mattor ofthe British Columbia
Railway Act and in the Mattor of
the Oolumbia and Western Railway
Company.
To Thomas Kills of Pontloton In tbo District of
Yale. William It. Uavcy. ol Onilid Forks In
snid District,Geprgina L. Davoy and   Mary
Jane Davoy, both of tho City of Victoria In
the provinco ol  Brlilsb  Columbia, D. K I „,
Ker, .los.pb Wilson and A. J.   Yale-*,   all  of   W
I   I...     —.1.1.    /lltl.     ,\l    1*1..,,...I.. l.ll,Ll„-|.       ,./        .l.n .... I       l*'
YOU ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO TAKE
notice tii:-! because the said The Columbia aud Western Railway Company requires tlie immediate possession of tiie land
\vithlti referred to which is necessary to carry
on part of tin, snid railway with wlifuli tbo said
company is ready forthwith to proceed, -application will be made to thojudgo of the couuty
court of tbe county of Yale at tbe court house,
Rosslaud, British Columbia, on tho cth day of
October at tne hour ol 10 o'clock in the forenoon fora Warrant to thb sheriff of the snid
county of Yale to put the paid company' iu nos-
scHslon of tbeBftiu lands under the provisions
of The liritish Columbia Kuilwa'y Act which
will issue, unless you ou tlmt occafiJlou or In
the meanwhile show good cause to the contrary,
Abbott & IIaut-McIUro,
Solicitors for the Columbia and Western Kail-
way Company.
FANTENTINE, VOLCANO ANU SHICKSUOOK
MINERAL    CLAIMS.
Situate iti the Grand Forks Mining Division of
Yah* District.   Wbere   located;—Brown.B
cnmii.
I'AKE SOTIOR that I, R.A.Bl-own.froonjIupr'a
■   cottilieatcNo. 8085A, Intend, sixty days fruin
ihe d'atohereof, toapjuy to the Mining Recorder fori certiiicntc of improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining aCroivu Qranl ol the above
i claim.   And further lake notice thut action, under section 87, must be commeneud before tbe
issuance oi such certitieate of Improvements.
Dated lids 1st day of October, 18(18.    |ol-n2f,]
ORDER.
OOUNTYSOff YALE, )
Province op Britibh Cowubia. (
To-wit: in the matter of the British Columbia
Railway Act and in tbe matter of the
Columbia and Western Railway Company nnd In the matter of Lot 157,
Township "-, Osoyoos bivision of Vale
District.
Upon reading the affidavit of ILT. WHgroes
herein dated tbe -Jth day of October 18118 and
tho certificate of Sydney M. Johnson herein
and tbc notice of arbitration, it is ordered thai
the notice of arbitration aforesaid be Inserted
three times In tho course of one mori'h In the
Grand Forkr MinmhNewspaper published iii
thc Osnyuos Division of Yale District.
Dated Ibis Bib day of October, A. D., 1888.
Wm. Ward Bpinrb.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LICENSE.
To Messrr--, s  R. Almond, Esq., J. P.; P. T. McCallum, Esq., .1, P , and J. K. Johnson, Esq.,
J, P., (-irand Forks.
GENTLKMBN:   1 hereby give you notice that it
Is my intention to apply ut Iho next Bitting of
lhe licensing court for thc lower portion of o»-
oyoos division of Yale district to be hold Oil the
lath of December next, for a rciail liquor license to sell spiritous liquors, wines aud beer at
tbe Union Ib.tel situated on lot. No. l> in block
No. 9 iu the townsite plan of Niagara,
I have the honor to he Sirs,
Vours Respectfully,
Frank Omvbr, Stobil & Arena.
Niagara, October 16th, 18H8.
NOTICE OF iPPLICATINH FOR LICENSE.
To Messrs. 8. R. Almond Esq., J. V., P. T. Mc-
Callum Esq., J. 1'., nnd ^. K. Johnson, Esq .
J. P , (irand ForkB, B.C.
Qkntlkmen:   1 hereby givo you notice that it
is mv intention to apply at thc next sitting of
tne licensing cottrf fnr the lower portion of Osoyoos division Of Yale district to be held on  the
loth of December next, for a retail liquor license to nell splrltOUS liquors, wines and beer ut
the Niagara Hotel Situated on lot No. ft in block
No. E lu the townsite plan of Niagara,
I huve the honor to bc Sirs,
Yours respectfuily,
M. Lawder.
Niagara, October 16th, 1808.
LOOK OUT MINERAL   CLAIM.
Situate in tbe Orand Forks Mining Division of
Yale District, Where locnted-In \Ye.kt
Wcllligton eamp
TAKK NOTICK lhat wc John A. Finch. Free
Mlmr's Certificate No. 1871A, and William
T Smith, Free Miner's Certificate
NO. 14011A, intend, sixty dam frnm
the datii hereof, to apply to the Mining Ilee-Ti'er for a certificate of Improvements, fiir ihe purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of thb above claim.
And furtiiortake notice that action, under section -:". mu-t lie commenced before tholsf>u
ance of bi cb corilllcato of improvements.
Dated t'hft 26th day Of October, IK'S.
Da'.eof ilrnl publication, November 12th, I8D8.
Oltlv
FRACTION   MINERAL   CLAIM.
SitnAfeitJ the Grand Forks Mining Division of
Yale insiriet.    Where  Located—In  Ctutrul
Camp. •      ,
^itAKE NOTICE that I, Henry  White  Free
I    Miner's'  Certificate No. 9181 A,    Intend,
stsly days from tne date horuof, to apply
to the .\liniuj; Recorder for u certificate of im*
piovemiiitK,  For tlie purpose bf  obtaining a
Crown (mint of the above elaim.
And further take notice that action, under
section -ii, must lie commenced before the IssU-
unco of inch certllleate of Improvements,
Dated ibis ['.itii dav of October, 1898.
Dute ol last publication, December 17th, 1808,
T. G. COOPER,
Manufacturer of
Brick and Lime*
Contractor of all kinds of Mason Work.
mutes on work cheerfully given.
Esti-j
pETER HANNAN,
Carpenter and Builder,
MAIN STREET, GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Estimates furnished on   Application.   Store
Fronts nud Flxures a Specialty.
CITY OF DENVER  MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate Ib the Grand ForkB Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located—In Central
eamp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. I». Graves, Freo
Miner's Certificate No. 14269 A,
intend, sixty days from lho date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for u cortifi. ate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown grunt of the nbove
claim.
\nd further take notice that nction, under
section 37, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such certificate of im provei*ient!j.
Dated this 18th dav of August, 1898.
Date of first publication, October, lfith, 1808.
Date of last publication,December nth, ihu**.
WOLVERINE MINERAL   CLAIM.
Division of
-In Brown's
Situate lu tbe Grand Forks Mining
Yalo District. Where locnted-
L*iiuip, North Fork ol Kettlo Kiv
11, lliiirh B. Ciivley, Free
utc No. 8058A, Intend sixty
ys from the data hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a ccrlificiite of improvements far the purpose of obtaining a Crown
grant of the above claim.
And further  take notice that  action under
section 37 must common co before tbe  issue of
TAKK KOTICBthi
Miner's Certlfloat
Di
tin i-r
lltK.
day of November, l°.os.
11. A, Cayi.ev.
 NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THOMPSON BUty days
of su,
late J
of Os
the p
YOU
the
Rai
id City of Victoria, indices of the OS-
fuown as the Rrb Katatu, re. Bgroggett,
d Orand   Forks, ndinlnlstrutor   of   Hie
lumen .Mcf'ouncii and Frank Rlohtcr,
oyoofllu the uid Diet riot, owners of
ro)."riy hereinafter deseribed,
ARK   III'.RKIIY   NOTIFIED   UNDKR
-provisions of   the   IMtlsh   (Vluiiibiu
Iway Act and Ann pdmeuts;
1.   That the Columbiu and Western  Railway
Company roaulres for the pn,rpoooi of Its railway certain lands in Hie OuoyooB Division of
Yale DUtrlct, belonging to you, .shown on a
map or plan deposited ID the laud registry oflice at Kamloops and particularly described as
follows: all thnl portion of lot numbered 1j7
In township numbered 72 (ri the Baid Osoyoos
division being-15 feet on either side of a centre
line, which centreline ■opjnmenccs cl a point
U'j',.7 feet north of the soirthWest corner ol said
lot, thence 111.1 feet south 71  degrees   und   to
mlnuteH east, thence 605 feet along a i degree
curve to the lefl, tbenee 20'J:i (i feet north 86 degrees and'JI minutes east to a point in the
easterly limit of Baid lot, containing by
admeasurement fj.-lti acres more or less.
•2. Tlie. said Com pa uy Is ready and willing
aud hereby offers to  pay   you the BUU1 of one
hundred and fifty-five dollars a.: a compensation forsajd lauds and all damages iu icHpcct
of Ibe taking thereof for tbo purposes of thu
company and In the exercise of the powers conferred upon it by Us churler und tlio said act
nnd amendments.
;t. The company appoints Robert Garuet Tallow of tKc city of Vancouver iu lhe province of
British Columbia itii arbitrator if ita said offer
is not. accepted by you
4. Application will be forlhutfth nuide in
accordance With the notice endorsed hereon.
Dated this 4tb duy of October, A.   D., 1898, at
Rossland, B. C.
AtM'orr & Hart-McHaeq,
Solicitors for the Columbia and Western   Railway Coinpany.
HAT   1, ROSS
fler date   inlend
applying to the chief commissioner of Lands
ami Works for permission to   purobaio three
hundred and twenty [ji'_'()| acres of hind situated
on a croek know n as Maker creek, ut or about
tlie place where the same emptier into Christina Lake, and being about two and n bah miles
up lhe lake from l.uvullcy's ranch, in thc (irand
Fork* Mining Division ot the District nf Yale,
and more particularly described M commciiclug
ta post marked Nortb Weil comer pot*t of
tons Thompson's Crown land claim, tbenee ono
, half mile in u Boltihorjy tl Ireo Hon tothe dotitli-
west corner uf tho «ui'l  property,  thenee one
; mile In an easterly direction   to the south-ens!
! corner of  the   fluid   property, MiotlQO   one hall
I mile In a northerly direction to tbo north cast
■ corner, iind theuce one mile In a westerly
direction Pi tbe place of commencement.
Duti d the 1st day of November, bOS, Rossi and,
It. c. UOSB THOMPSON.
-4 pplloant
Y°
OC   ARK   4L90   REQUIRED  TO   TAKE
notice that because the said The Columbia
and Western   Railway Company  requires
the immediate, possession of the land within m-
 JNOTICE.
T HKRKUYGIVK NOTICE 1 IIAT.SIXTY DAYS
•1   after    date I    intend     to    apply     to     the
Chief Commissioner of Lund and Works. Victoria, IJ. c, for permission to purohase the following desciilicd trad of bind situate in tho
Osoyoos Division of Ynlc,District: Commencing at a post planted on Hi* Northern bank of
Fisherman creek near the crossing of the wagon road lea.lint,' io the It. C. mine; thence
South eighty ohaine; thencu East forty chains;
thenco North eighty chains; thenee West forty
chains to tho point of commencement, containing three hundred and twenty ncres.
H17-01H] F. W, RUSSELL.
Grund Forks, 12th September, 1898.
|pr BOOTS, SHOES mj&
HARNESS SHOP
A. Baumgaertner.
PBOpBIBTOB.
Bridge Street,   Grand Forlcs, B.C.
fW* Hoots nud Shoes made to order,
ho best workmanship Mho manner.
.tiring done on   on   short   notice.
rorU guaranteed*
The British Columbia
Mercantile and
Mining indicate, Ltd.
Cam-.uik city, Bou.niiaiiy. ii. 0.
Wc \kii to announce that wn hav.y
opened onr new general slorc in the
above tl.wn. We shall cany a complete stock of miner's supplies, tools,
powder, etc., hard -.are, groceries, (lrv
1,'oods antl clothing. Miners and general puhlic will be able to outfit here and
find all they require.
Quality Good and
Prices Low.
Cascade City is the hcaclqur.rtcrs for
Christina Lake, McRau Creek, Burnt
Iiasin, Castle Mountain and other mining districts.
Spokane Falls &
JL
Northern*
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard,
Red Mountain Railways.
The Only All-rail Route,without change
of car:, between Spokane, Rossland and Nelson.
DAILY   SERVICE.
GotngNorth. Going Soutli
l-i:27 a. m MARCUS    11:18n. m,
Train leaving Mntrtis nt 11.18 a. in. niiikeR
close conncotlQllB nt l-p'oknn*) for nil
PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Close Ooiinection, nt NuIboh «*ith RteainboHl
fur Kntio aud nil Kootenay Lako PolntB.
PBBSengcrs for Kettle IHver mid Boundary
cr-iu'k counoot nt Murcua wltM stage dally.
0. H. DIXON, IK 1". &T. A.,
'   Spdkaue, Wash,
BUSINESS  ONCE   MORE!
The
Grand Forks
Saw flill
We beg also to inform all those interested in mining that our assay office in
the above town is now open under the
Bti^erinteodence of an exerienc-d ai-
sayer nnd wc shall be able to unde.take
all kinds of assav work. Personal,
prompt and careful attention will be
iMven to all woik entrusted to us.
BritKli Columbiu Mercantile & Mining
Syndicate, Ltd.
CASCAIli:     l.'ITY,     IIHITI8H      COLUMBIA
Branch at McRae Un-Un*, Christina Lake
IF YOU WANT ANYT1NG
IN THS UNE OF "
Rough or
Dressed Lumber
Shingles*
Lath, Etc*
GIVE OS A CALL
I-IVEKSIDE AVENUE ^s-SO^^C^^^^^
Flr.t-claSS Livery Rig-,, Pnck nn.f Saddle Horses nl»•„■■„ „„ i,,,,,,,.
takiiiB passengers to any part of the distrlot
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT *     ±
OBAND FOKJiS. B. C.
Wo make a speelalty of
GIVE US A CALL.
BMtnpuramHsi
GRAND CENTRAL
Next D-ior to Post Office  Grand Forks, B  C.
BEST jt WINES, jt LIQUORS „,! AND jt' CIGARS jt ALWAYS j» IN # STOCK.
Honson& Unci,
^«   Proprietors.
A. Manly,
Wholesale Liquors and jigar^.
Can Compete With Any Merchant
And Freight Added.
A&gtft>iLBj-»"Per Bios., Phwut Cjnarg.    jt    jt   grand FORKS, B. C
J*-MH*M«--Wf^©OeM^
14ine " "
NEIL HAr.DY, PttOftd^TOR.
Twclv.- miles Iron G:ai ci Fo.ks on the line of 0,&, W. railway constiuc
ion, ai d ibe nearest Hotel to the Summit,
Ey5?l1_^ii^'1if'l_gg.'-J?.j'"d Best  of  Accommodstlpn  Guaranteed.
BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ETC.
Ja*ra-KHH»OQ-3-aQO**WBaPtMi*ra
First-ctass i>i Every Rospect.
Everythlnit New and Homelike.
Finest Winos, Liquors aud
Cigars at the Bar.
Headquarters for Mining and Railroad Men.
ontana Hotel,
NELSON & CO., Proprietors.
Cascade City, B. CL
A Oar loud of Stoves,   which  w
and insper*
e   invite tho iiubll-
to  oallX
MINE SUPPLIES
We oarry nnn of the most complete stocks of Drill Steel
Powder, Cups, -use. aud all other Minert Supplies to°he
t"u,,l'.."*t!" •"?■"<'••   BverythlnB 1. of the bo t an. itv
Mill seven miles closer
than any other mill
to Niagara.
All Orders left at the Grand
Fork Hotel or at the Mill
two and a half miles north-
vest of town wili recoive
prompt attention,
SIMPSON & LARVEA, Props.
Tin and Repair Shop in
Connection—
and our prloesgive our c^mpS a^ho**6 K''""^
GRANITEWARE
!!y?jT'.0'i's|,le'"lidli,ne.of this elegant, cleanly aud d
0Br!f,,it^!.T^,::y,|?,;,,si,,cU''li"^.».-*.i<v.in ffi Jsfi
sure to please you
"Jf a n 	
should try these, us they will
W.K.C. Manly,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, B. C.
■'■g-s-seeees.seeeses^^
KETTLE   RIVER
otcWe ^^^^^& 1111P
O. W. WILLlAHS, Manager.
Daily from Marcus to Grand Forks
Greenwood City, Anaconda, Boundary Falls, Midway
and All Points on Colville Indian Reseyation.
Stage Leaves Marcus on the Arrival of the Northbound Train, arriving at Grand
Forks at 8:45 P- fc. Leaves tiie Forks at 4:00 a. m., arriving at Marcus in time to
connect with noilhbound Tram. Passcngeis from Kootenay I'oi make ronnec-
tion ut Bossburg uu'ng nnd com n-j.
QUEENS' HOTEL.
rPPEU QRAKD FORKS, B.
DUFORD & CUSSON,  -   -
PROPS.
First-clBflB In every teipeot.   The bar will al*
W'nyn bf foiiild siippllinl with thQQl)Oloest Willi's
uml llnuox!*,
A
l. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder.
GRAND   FORKS,   B.   C. •
Plan sad Bpcciiipiitlons drairu, eBtimstoBfur-
iiislied-Mallklu<lao( buildlna:.   Work;strlotly —    /.
■   II    I   ■ 1111 llllll
■IbMunw
L~
' \mkjm
The C. P. R. Route Through
The City.
WILL   OPEN   A   BANK
James Martin, M. P. P., Seeking Information Concerning This Section.— Other Items of Interest.
Mr. H. T. Wileress. the C. P. R. riffht of way
agent returned lust Sunday evening from n
•visit to Trail anil brings the lirst information we have oi the probable locution of the
C.P. tt. line through tho city. According to
Mr. Wilt-ress tho routo that will bo decided
upon by thc head officials at Montreal will
cross the Kettlo river a short distance below
tow 11 and come up on th" left side of t be river
recrossiiiK it n«niii just this sido of the Villi
Ness addition connecting with the original
Columbia A Western survey lu the vicinity
of Hardy Brother'*! ranch.
If It should prove u fact tbat tho railway
company hus decided to lake this route the
citizens of Grand l'orlis bave moro reasons
than one for rejoicing. In the opiuiou of
tho MlNKa no worse calamity could have
happened tho city than to havo hud the rail
way went through it on a ten-foot tressle,
thereby spoiling several of its streets for any
purpose whatever, and riiii.1113 at least two-
thirds of tho original townsite. This would
have had a tendency to drive business away
from, instead of eoueentratlug It in lhe original townulte. Tho ubove route does away
with th^ possibility of ruining several streets
for business purposes, by going through the
city on a ten foot trussle and will prove a
great saving in tlie matter of keeping up
crossings, etc.
Notwithstanding all reportstotbecontrary
we feel safe in predicting that when Ihe proper time coli.es, it will be found that Grand
Fork's depot will be located on the Manly
and Ruckle's addition, ou n direct lino and
between a half and a quarter of a mile south
of tho First street bridge. A depot ut this
point would be very satisfactory to tlio people uf Grund Forks.
O   ©   9
Chief Eneineor Tye and Engineer England
came In from Cascade Thursday morning on
their way to Fisherman creek. They returned in the afternoon and held a short
consultation with Engineer Rice and Mr.
Wilgress in tho office of the Alberta hotol,
after which they returned to Cascade. Tho
object of their visit has not been made public, but the general supposition scorns to bo
that it was in connection with the final location of the routo through the city. Mr. Tye
would neither confirm or deny tho report
that tho route had boon located through the
oity. Ho stated that as far as ho knew tho
matter wus still in the hands of tho head
officials at Montreal.
The Distance to Niagara to
Be Shortened two Miles.
MONEY    ALL    RAISED
The Merchants and Business Men of
Oram! Forks Looking After
Outside  Business.
•WILL ESTABLISH A BANK.
The Exchange and Safe Deposit    Co., of
East Kootenay will bave a Branch
H»'e.
Mr. 0. M. Keep, a member of the Exchange
and Safe Deposit Company is in tho city to
locate a branch of that institution, and bus
purchased tho lot on Bridge Street just west
bf the Wright and Luther building and has
commenced the erootiou of a two-story build-
t ing 20x10 which ho expects to hare completed
la about fifteen days.
Mr. Keep has for some time past been
manager of tho Ft. Steel branch of the Exchange nnd Safe deposit Company, and has
many acHualntenoes In this district. His
company buys and sells exchange on all
principal points, cash checks, receive deposits, mnko loans ond do a geuernl banking
and investment business. This company bus
been doing business in East Kootenay for
two or three years and is spoken of in the
highest torms by all who hove hrtd any business transactions with them, and tho
establishment of a brand, of it here will
prove of great valuo to the business interests of theeity. Their main correspondents
west of the Kootenay rivor are the Exchange
National Bonk, Spokane, Wash., Bank of
Montreal, Kelson, B. C, Bank of Commerce,
Cranbrook. Mr. Keep expects to bc ready
for business on the 15th inst.
SEEKING  INFORMATION.
Our "Jim" Making a Tour of the District to Post Himselt on its Requirements.
Mr. James Martin, M, P., spent the grcmcr
part uf the week ln Grand Forks and vicinity.
Mr. Martin hns beon making a lour of lhe Kettle Ulver and Boundary districts for the purpose of inquiring into their requirements ro
that he will be thoroughly* posted when he
makes his request for thc appropriations for
this section of the country when the house
meets. <   -
While here he made a careful investigation
Into the merits of the petitions rcccnlly Bent
out from this city asking for government aid
toward ihe construction of a wagon road up
tho cast side of the North Fori* from this city
to connect with the present wagon road lo the
Vdltianlc and Pathllndcr mines where it crosses
the river at. Robert Clark's place, and promised
to rocommead au appropriation for the same-
Mr. Martin says that he will do everything ill
his power to secure separate representation for
the Kettle River and Boundary districts and
thinks that there will bo no dnilbt but thnl it
will be given us at the coming meeting of tbc
legislature,
Mr. Martin visited Midway, Greenwood, Carson aud a number of the mines in tho district,
and is loaded clear to the muzzle with valuable
Information concerning tho requirements ol
the district a.id is in a posilion to put up a
strong light for.this end ol his rousttliienoy nt
thc coming session of the legislature
In speaklng.fo Ibe Corbia chnrttr he seemed
confident that it would bo passed by the noxt
session of thu dominion legislature aad expressed the belief that If siiccesslul it would
bo tho first road lo run cars inlo the district.
Mr. Martin left Thursday.Aor, Cascade city
where ht; expected lo remain it couple oi days
before returning homo. Ho Is of the opinion
that tho legislature will meot early in Januaryj
and says that lt would not surprise hlm In the
least If another election was ho'J. oar) y iu .the
spring.
DIED FROM PNEUMONIA.
Coroner's Jury Say Hagelburg Died a Nat-
ral De'th.
Cornor Stanley Smith Inst Monday complo ted
a coroner's Inquest which wns held at Cascade
fcity to enquire into lho cause of the death of
ouo Hagolbiug 'who died suddenly somo lew
days ago at that placo. The Jury's finding in
this case, alter u postmortem exumlnntlon had
been duly held wus that the decensed' enme to
his death from nratural onuses, the Immediate
cause ol his .loath being pneumonia.
The conclusion arrived at by lhe coroners
jury In thia case is a general surprise to tho
public. I.timb, the man who wns arrested here
last week, It having beeu thought thut ho had
been tbe cause of llagclburg's death Inst Monday at Cascade City.was sentenced to two nuiuths
Imprisonment at hard labor at tho Kamloops
gaol. The churge preferred against him being
f hat of common assault.
•fenyPI INSURE your proporty with Frnnk
FlivCl Baars, representing some of the besi
tompnnios ln tho world.
[local notes, AFTER I
i flit.' city water was put into the While Ilonsa
i this week.
Tin- first snow of the Benson fell Monday
I morning, Nov. 7th,
j Chas. Emmert made a trip to Bossburg thin
: u*cei( after n loud of spudB.
Arthur Williams boa put ou four horse stock
on his stage line between Giand Forts and
Cascade.
W. B, Davey, of the Grand Forks Mercantile
Company Bpeut several days in RoBsIand this
week on business. ' .ri
W. K. Megaw of Vernon, spent a day or two
*n town this week looking after his business
Interests; her: Be left yesterday for Spokane.
The freighthltiekade at Bossburg still con
tlnucs. There being al present from twenty to
twenty-five car loads of freight waiting to be
unloaded.
The Grand Forks Mercantile Company received son sacks of potatoes from Marous this
week. Thoy don't propone to lie sewed up by
the corner on the potato crop.
WANTKD—Ton four horso tenuis to freight
between Bosibltrg and Grand Forks, Is a notice
that Is posted eonsplelously in several employment ttgeiieles lu Spokane.
Gns. Vossholin, one of the proprietors ofthe
Windsor Hotel at Niagara, was ln the ciiy
Thursday night on his way to Rossland, lie
expects to he absent until the first of
December.
Commodor IS. 8. Btdctt, left Tuesday morning
for Chicago. The Commodore expects to bo
absent until sometime lu January, when ho
wilt return and make Grand Forks his homo lu
the future.
Mr, Qco.-Bnkcr lin & put on a st-ft-go line bo
tween Ci.*catfe ciiy "and Grand Forks; ThiH
males two dally linos how on" 1-fip route between Iho two towns, both of whieh seems to be
cluing WOll.
Al.    Froslar     is   Ir. town   from    thc   soutli
half uf Ihe reservation where he has been
prospecting the past summer. Al. says thai the
town has made a  wonderful  change since hi"
last visit horo.
The Tunnel Held is the name of a new hotel
just opined at Niagara, by  Brault  & Lapage.
l'he house has been fitted up In lirst, class style
and no pains will be spared to make it a favor*
Ue with the public.
Mr W. Dinsmore. u practical boot and shoe
maker from Vancouver, has rented tho building
now occupied by Mr Megaw and will open ud
a boot, and Fhoo shop us soon Mr. Megaw moves
to his new quarters.
Mr. John Westland accompanied by liln wife
and child arrived from Spokane last weok and
will make bis home in Grund Forks ln the
futuro. Mr. Westland is one of the proprietors
of the White House hotel.
Chas. Vim Ness eame in from Rossland Wed"
nesday morning nfter an absence of about three
weeks. the larger portion of which time ho wns
confined to his room by a severe cold, which he
contracted during his last tllp out.
Mr. Pete Hannan, the rustling contractor, has
the frame work of the building of the. Exchange
and Snt'c Deposit company on Brldge8treet up
I'ete is a rusher ami if you wan' a firat-olasa job
don e on short notUeju.-t giytj-hlm a call.
Mr. Dolan, an oh! lime stage man from (no
Slocan country, spent several days in toWn
Ibis week looking over tiie country. During
his slay here he visited Republic, Niagara and
other portions of the district with a vie-/ to
esta Wishing a stage line.
Geo. Cumings*came down from Fisherman
creek Wednesday where he has been with one
of Engineer Rice's construction purti ■**.". The
oilier day George took a built and   it   hnd   snch
an bad effect on hlm that he had to lay off for
repair?.
Mr. \V. Godfrey, manager of thc Bunk of
British North America, at Vancouver, passed
through lown on Ids way home from Cieeu-
wood, where he lias been looking after tho
details In connection with the opening of a
branch o[ that institution in that city.
Tlraville is the name of a little burg that hns
sprung up the North Fork at the toot of Pathfinder mountnlu. The location is a natural one
for a trading point and already several buildings have been profited then.. The placo |
derives ils name from Tim (Townsend who has
erected a log house there and expects to opoua
way side hotel (here about the tirst of the   year
Virgin a City is the name of a new town just
surveyed out ou Robt Clark's ranch near the!
Seattle mineral claim, up the North Fork of the
Kettle river, lt is about n mile and a half north
of Niagara nnd nc-arly in ihe center of the seven
miles ol heavy rock work now. being done bv
thc 0. 1*. B. railway construction In that
vicinity. Mr. John Milan.*- an experienced
hotel man, haa already erected a twoMorey log
building on tlie now townstto in which he will
open in a tew days a hotel to be known as the
Seattle Hotel.
Mr. Geo. Seymour, Uie hustling agent of  the
Niagara Townsite Company was in town Thursday looking after the interests of his company.
Goorgo says the town Is doubling iu size every
thirty days. Four hotels are now open and
doing n laud oflice business, throe general
merchandise stores, one butcher shop, one
restaurant, a feed and grain story and livery
stable are already doing business. Four more
hotels uud a nuiuberof other business housosaro
under course of construction will be ready for
business by the lirst of tbe month. The sale of
lots continues unabated. At present there la
between thirty aud forty houses and (tnis located on the townsite.
The  distant    between     Grand    Forks   und
Niagara is to be shortened between a mile and a
half and two miles.  This  is an  assured  fuel.
Tho amount necessary has already been subscribed and the larger portion of lt Is already in
tiie hands of Mr. 11. \. Henderson, the treasurer
oi  tho committee wbo have tho niattei  In
; chargo, and work will lie com men cod the early
part of nest week under ihe direction of Mr. W.
| H. Fisher, who will push it to  completion with
all possible hash'.   The proposition Is to extern!
! Riverside avenue north ihrough the north ad*
. dltloii to the Bherlngbam ranch, thence up th"
north Fork of tho Kettle river to where Mr.
1 Simpson's old logging camp was  located,  then
I over the north side of Observation mountain
Intersecting the present wagon road at a point
near MeCuue's ranch.   This   will   shorten   the
llstaneo between  Grand  Forks and Niagara
about two miles and bring us within  blx   miles
of that thriving town, thus giving  ofir  merchants a decided advantage over all  other points
111 the matter of selling and delivering goody to
that point
Tbe estimated cost of constructing this road
is between *RjO aud $509 and the necessary
amount was subscribed in loss than forty eight
hours from the the time the subscription paper
was started. Below we publish the names of
those who contributed and the amount of their
contributions.
Tho following are thoso who have already
paid :
?5fl Jcfi'DaviM ife f'o.
'2h A. H. ltawson
» J. II   Goodeve
if) fcf.'p. White
10 H. Fredrl'ol-3
[B Mon son A Lind
10 W. It, Megaw
10 C. H. FoIgO
10 P. Lane
5 Robort Ilarvy*
6 fl. A. Henderson
e,r. II. McGulro
John A Manly,
I.oyd Manly- .
W. K. 0. Manly
J   W.Jones
tfibbord & Dufour
W. K. Stacho
Cox & Jones
John Westland
! E. Ii. Inbody
John Donaldson
IS. Sprngntt
Niagara townsite Co.
An Addition To The \?ind*>r.
Mr. Robt. Harvey commence*this week the
erection of an 18x86 two story addition to tho
Windsor Hotel, on the corner of Btfdgo and
First Streets. Tho lower iloor will be used
us a dlntngTOOm arid kitchen und will be fitted up in the most modern style. The ^uppev
story will be divided into sleeplnz apartments whieh havo been so arranged ttnifj--
tbey wlllall ho outside rooms .The addition is
to be completed by tbe first of Januaay and
when finished will be elegantly tarnished
and fitted up through. It will ho run strictly
as a first-class house and Messrs. Cox and
Jones, the leasee,*? of the house will spare
unit her expense or pains in providing for tbe
comfort of tlieir guests. The house will be
conducted both on the European und American plan.
A Baboain—One of the very best business
lot injGmiid Forks, cheap if taken at once.
A [.ply to Frank Scars,
HOTEL
Kiverside Ave,   -   (irand Forks, B. C.
European Plan.
MEALS FROM 35 CENTS UP.
3. H. DAwsiT -.-
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
NOTICE la hereby iiiven, that tlie undersign,
cd Intends to apply to i lie l.loonse Commissioners of the Citv of (Jr.ui.l Ki.riiS. ut tlieir
next sitting, for a licenso to noil li-inor tiyn-iall
on tin1 promises known an Tho s.jimre Hotel on
lot —, blocs —. iii thu City ol Grand Porks, n. i;.
Dated this llth dny of November, IS****.
PETBRSOS. A N'l!U,.*.N".
HOTICE,
NOITCE 1« hereby (tlvou thai at tho first Bit-
tlngof Hie Hour.! of burns.> Commlssl6liers of
the City of Urand Forks, held iifin* ihis date,
we Bhall apply for a transfer to Westland & f,,..
nf tho hotel license held by Mr«. a. I'rcslar
for the While House, situated on Klyerslde
Avenue street In sui.l t.'ity of Grand Fork..
WESTLASDjjkCO.
Dated nt Qrnnd Folks, B. 0., this Wili dayol
November, 1808.
APPLICATION FOR SALOON LICENSE.
NOTIOJ! is horeby given, lhat the linderslgn-
e.i Intonds (<> apply to the fitoonBO (.'(nnralBston.
era of the City of Grand Forks, tit Iheir next
Bitting, foraBaloon license lo sell liquor by retail on the premises known as ;ho lirand
Central Saloon, on lot 11 block No,2, in the
Cily of Uranil Forks  11. (:■
Hated this 10th duy of November, 18IK.
MONSON Al.ISD.
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR HCEKSfc
NOTICE is hereby, given, that the undersigned Intends to apply to tin. Liconso Com
missloners of tho tMty of Grand Forks, al thoir
next sitting, foru license to sell liquor bv relail
on the premises known as tlie f-tockholm Hotel.
situated on tot a, block 4, in tiie city -it Grand
Forks, 1). C, '      *     j
Dated this lOlh day ol Noveinbor, 1^8.
iDERICKBBK
fow Open For Business.
GRAND FORKS
lifli
t  *
J. K. DLNIX'J-, JK.
^BEER & DUNLOP, ol
MINES & REAL ESTATE,
GRAND FOKKS, B. C.
MINING INTERESTS BOUGHT,  BOLI   AKD   li I
INVITKD.   CHEQUES CASH ED.
COBRESRMIHENOE
•gp-w^^-BtfWJ^vnfi^^niriftfif! r.^^^/r..^i^,(yr,r,^nr,r^>r,^f,f^.rnn OOOeOQfjQ
0-3  ©-© © O-® *>*>*»> 8--C
n
*f   Wholesale
ea-e-G s e © © o »-o us- a
Retail
Bowlings HllBii Goods
-  ::.■!■
•TT/ST AHOUKD TUE CORBTBB
k?BOM Til li 'WIMDBOH ON
ITBOKX BTUBBT.	
PUEDB
ROS.
Peters'in & Marian     10   O. M. Keep 5
P. A, l'arc 5  llobt. Petro o
Tbe following aro those who have subscribed
and not yet paid '.
0. V, Towustta Uo      ?50 Beers & Dunlap     f,j
11. A. Huntly 10  j. A. Koogh 5
M. VL. fee ney ft
'lhe followiug are those who bavo contributed WOl'U
Gea. Cooper, two days toaut Work
Sum K iho, two days team work.
F. Land, one day team work,
Davis, Daniels & Stuur , two days,
.Tames Smith, one day team.
II. B. Connon, three days work
Jr. O'Connor, four days work.
'J. C  Car'. two daya vvorij.
l'red ICalght. fo'urduys work.
It will he Been tlmt n large portion of the sub-
Bcrlpilons bus already been paid In, and all
those who have nol yet pnid are requested to do
so at once, as it is desired to have all the money
lu the hailda Of the   treasurer   bufoto   work   ia
coiumoucKd.
The Importance of this cut off to Grand Forka
and the benefits ro he derived by tho merchants
and buaiueso men of thc cily Ih apparent lo one
und all, ihr.fce who have uot already done fioare
requ'cfltQibtb'contribute their "mite" towards
its construction, for the larger tho fund thc
better the road, and tho better lue read the
more travel over it.
Much credit ig duo Harry Hhoads for hte 'enter-
prisiug efforts in raiBtug the necessary amount
for the hulldlngof the road, ho having undor-
look die work circulating tho subscription
paper single handed nue Bucooeded .In .securing
thejrequlredainount in a remarkably short time.
Messrs, Ward, Harvey and =1 dips on have ver y
generously doiutfed the right of way through
their property,
It -h earnestly desired thai all who havo subscribed and have not paid their money into the
treasurer will do m at once, as work will not be
commenced until all the money is paid in.
When the road h> completed, Mr. Henderson
wfll furnish the public with a tabulated statement of all money reouived aud tho manner lu
which it was disbursed.
A Change r,f Firm.
Al. Traunweiser hits' purchased A. W.
Feasor's interests iu the Alberta, Jiotel and
will continue the business at the old stand.
Al. is a thorough nud up to date botel man
which insures that the house being kept up
t*%that high Standard wins it hns already attained. Mr. Trntiiiweiser bus had the paper
hangers, ami decorator^ at work all week
renovating the bouse from top to bottom and
everything now presents a neat and tasty up-
poarauce. Both water and electric lights
have been put throughout the house and
with the first-class service to he found in the
dining room there is no denying the fact that
the Alberta is tho equal if.noj the Superior
of uny hotel in the district'.
Narrow Escape.
Frank Atmiuma, tin Italian laborer employed
at James Welsh's' railway camp, some six
uilleB from here, narrowly escaped death last
Friday. It seems that just as Alizunma was
hurrying away frcm a heavy rock blast, a stone
weighing about half a pound struck him on the
head completely tearing the rim from one side
oi his hat and cutting his left ear almost com*
pletlyoll'. AUZUnina'lfl now being treated by
Dr. Stanley Smith, of this city.
The powder blast that was fired >»n this occasion was comprised of twenty kegs ol powdor
which was llred from a round of twenty holes
drilled sumo IS feel into the solid rock. It ls
estimated that this one shot moved several
hundred yards of reck, This accident happened on a heavy piece of railway grade some
half a mile from Niagara.
Have The  Authority.
Messrs. MeFher.son and Stout who have the
contract for furnishing some HOO.OOO ties for the
Columbia & Western Hallway construction
through tills section, were In this city tho foro
part of this week, They bad In their possession
a written iiutho rlty from the Assistant.Com
niisshmer of Lauds and Works at Victoria
authorizing the Columbia it Western Railway to
out timber for railway purposes on Grown
Lands. This fact will make matters clear for
tho various sub-tie contractors who are working In this section, as thoy uow can cut
timber on ull vacant crown hinds. Of course
the above authority does not apply to timber on
pre-emptions and other lauds when the surface
right is owned hy private parties.
NIAGARA  NOTES
APPLICATION FOB LIQtIDn LI5£NS£.
HOTICE is horchy-giVeii.thnt the undersigned
Intends to apply to the License Comnafsslouers
of the city ol Grand Forks, at thei; nen sitting,
for a license to sell Hquor by retail on the premises Known as tbo Windsor Hotel on lot No.
14, block N< .2, in the City of Graud Foiks, B.C.
■-Dated lilis 1'Jth , duy of Nov., 1898.
JOHN H. COX.
We bejf leave to announce to ihe lovers of
this boalthftil examine we are now ready for
business*, aud w.ould be pleased,to bave you
give nn a call.
W. C. MORGAN
Manage
APPLICATI8H FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given, tlmt the under-
signed Intends to apply to the Lioeiue Commissioners of tho City of Grand I'tivkn, nf
thoir next sitting, for a license tu ss I lliiuor
liy retail on the premises known i.s me Province Hotel, on lots IS, blook 3. plon .y. In tli"
i Ity of Grand Forks, B.C.
A.W.PRAZffll.
Dated this llth day of November, l!W*t
Having
Purchased
The Interest of **# <£
GOODEVE BROS., in
lhe Dm*** Storu of this
place, am bettor pre
piued to catt-r to the
wants of the people   in
DRUGS,
STATIONERY
ETC., ETC.
Looking for a continuance of your patronn.}re
and thanking    yov    lor
past   favours	
Sincere--/ your;
J. SI. Goodeve.
iitock will now he fo-ynd complete with
new Goods arriving daily.
Watch This Space Weekly.
j WE
I Make a Specialty
I nmhs
Boots and Shoes.
Our Full Btid Winter Stock Ih now In and
v.o can ihow yon anything you mint in Foot
Wear at Prices tbat will astonish you. Ho
Bare t o ooll aud see -"-v stock before jniychu,-
hig ui we are satisfied we can suit you.
IiTMEO j OUR (iEOCERY DEPARTMENT
And Can
ri, __ _      , ,      § matte arrangements to buy goods io car
IrlVG    lOU    Ill«2l(i0  | wo are in a position to make special rates
Fi and restaurant keepers, aud contractors,
igures on
Large   Orders.
everj'thiug in tbo grocery o-ud
you enn snve good tridney by em
We still ii .we a Broken Line of
and haying
ear load  lots ,
lo hotel
We keep '
provision line und ■*
suiting us.
e
i Hardware, Furniture, Dry Goods j
Andjas'wo are'd^opping tbeso line fr*orn onr business, and if we have
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LIGEUfi.
KOTIClil Is hereby Klvon liini tbe unilensiRncd
intcntln to npply to the blceti t1 CcinmUtsloiietB
of viu'cily i'l lir.unl l-'tirkt. »t their n im eitt-
iut,foraltociiMQto-Bellliuiiorbj retail on ihu
(.treaii&ou known as tlie Oriryrlon il"1* I in lol 1,
look ::, In the Oity of Ornu-.l I'ork'., lt. |'.
Dated this llih day of November. 18 *
A. 11. DAW'ON,
©»^»&9&^©©&^9 &$22$$$$'$§
DISSOLUTION QF PABBHERSH-&--,
Notice is hereby given ih.it tbc ppvlnoriiblp
hitherto existing between A. Tinui vlser und
A. \V. l-'niKL-r, lu tin' hoh-l hn ■-•. ,:uder tho
iinns nanieof Tmumvlser it Frnzyi h h heen by
niutunl I'onBfiit dissolved. All uctuunts duo
tbe said rtrui will iie cnllceti i hy A. Traun-
wlser, w bo will nay ill the Indebted ness uf the
old drill.
A, TRAIN?WISER.
A, W. I'RAZKU.
TENDERS
NTED
Seized Clark's Interests
All the interests of Robert Clnrk In the
miuurul claims known ns Clark's Seattle
Gold Milling Co. [foreign] and tho Seattle
Mining aud Smelting Company, situated in
the Grand Forks mining division, of Yalo
district, havo been seized by tbo Sheriff and
will be sold to satisfy two judgements issued
out of the supreme court, one In favor of
Green Wollaston fur glflli.07 and cost, less .$100
paid, nnd one for 944,47 and eost. The sale
will take place next Tbursdny at tho hour of
eleven, n. m. Mr. Clnrk expects to make
arrangements to satisfy the judgement
before the day of sale.
Mr. Pete Arena sold his hotel to Mr, StoMe,
and is now busy erecting a throe story hotel.
The sawmill plant will be in (^ Monday next TJY VI
and te expected to bein full running order tha £3 J2!lS
end o( next week.
An Italian eamp on Main Street caught fire
ftSt Ulght and was reduced to ashes, lhe loss
ui vermin iu the blankets must havo been ap-
pitullliig.
Nine more buildings ure under cons true tion
and it is rumored that the c. P. II. hospital will
be started on and under way by the. end of the
week. Thete will bo accommodations lor forty
patients.
Mr. Robins, of Greenwood hus started a stage
lino between hero and that town. He has
purchased twenty bend of horses from tho
Okanogan country and expects to mako the
round trip dally between Niagara aud Greenwood .
Tbe new tote road from Niagara to Groun-
wood isnowWiuipteteil. 'Wdlstanoo between
the two towns being now reduced to sixteen
miles, lt Is claimed by the engineer that IWO
of an elevation is saved by this road iu prefer*
onco to the old sawmill road.
The.Ningara hotel oaught firo Wednesday, The
lire originated on tho roof of u.e building pro"
bahly caused by spurks Irom the chimney. The
Volunteer lire brigade turned out promptly, and
the lire wns extinguished. It Ib estimated that
the danger from firo and water would amuuut
to ?10u,   The building was not insured.
GREENWOOD HEMS.
The Bullion in Greenwood camp is soon to he
eruwu granted.
Tbe machinery is being placed In position on
the Brooklyn in Greenwood eamp.
The shaft on thc Pheasant lu Greenwoud
camp ts nuw duwn tweuty-ime foot.
The many friends of Duncan Ross, editor of
the Boundary Greek Times, will be" pleased to
leam that bo has fully recovered from his recent Illness.
The Presbyterian ehnreh iu Greenwood will
givo one of its popular entertainments on
Thanksgiving evening Nov. 24th. An excellent
program will be rendered on this occasion.
At a special meeting of the city council held
on Thursdaj evening of hist week tho eity
council voted to borrow flu.nOO by-law for the
purpose of finishing the street grading now in
progress.
Greenwoud now enj.iys the distinction of
Imvibg two Chartered banks, the only ones at
present in the Boundary distrlot. They are
the bunk of liritish North America and Ihe
Bank of Commerce". They both sprang into existence like mushroons after a warm   rain.   It
appears .that the managers oi both or these lu-
Biilutionfl were making a tour of the district
with a view nf establishing brunches at some
point in it and happened to meet ln Greenwood
Tuesday of last week, aud working under the
supposition that the other oue was going to
start business at that point, both at once routed
places and ut six o'clock Wednesday moruiug
had banners out announcing tlmt ihey were
ready to do business.
Sealed tenders will be receive 1 by the under*
signed up till six o'clock, p. in. on Friday llie
lstii inst., for the cutting and d dtrortag at the
Power House of 200 cords or moi nf muv foot,
Tamaraet or Fur wood, dry or Wo i
must be perfectly sawed.   The ur   i
tender not iiecus--anly aocopted .
J.K. JOHN'; >S",
Graud Korks, Nov. llth. Pj98, •    ;. clerk
Notice of Sale by lhe Sberif f
IN TIIE 8UPRBMK   "OURT OF (
BRITISH   COI I MWA \
UKTWBKX
Chas. Hay aud Neil McCaliiim. IMaiutllls.
and
Chas. Cumings, and G. W. Avcrjliuml tl ■
Mining and Smelling tio., ■    ■
dant;,.
RTUE OV   A   WRIT OF Fi
lout of the above court and t'
rooted, I am commanded m seize
Ihosumof ?-li.i7 together with sherli
Hum RobortOlark, of Kettle River Di
Vale District.   In obedience to which ,
I  have seized the interests of Kobe
[above described] in the mineral olaim
as Clark's Seattle Gold  Mining (Jo., F
und  "The  Seattle  Mining  and Smelling Co,"
both situated In the miniug Division of Kettle
Rivor Yalo District, H. 0.
And will sell all or sullif.-Icnl ot their, bv pub-
lie unction outside tho government' olliee,
Grand Forks, on Thursday the 17t;i dav oi"
November, 1808, at the hour ot eleven o'clock,
a. in., to satisfy the judgment debt ami costs Incurred in thu action.
A. G. Pbmbebton, Sheriff,
Terms of sale cash.
Dated at Grand Forks, B. C , this 7tli duy of
November, 1808
I ROUGH
1 DRESSED
j   anything in these lines you can^use, we wi I F'e'.l them to vou right -
Weave here to stay and we want your trads and iivile you  to call
*?   examine cur stuck and get our prices, **
| mm FORKS MERCANTILE CO. •
iGpods Delivered to auy Pari; of the District. w
.■B-.®.-«)i.**-e-®-®-.<B..Q.-.eT* t' .ft„® s -i-i' -.0, ..?_,&, ff,,g .*,i': j". ■? ft.g.- >
^1 I If
HOTEI
y. ra^j^f
■stv^Grand Forks, B.   C.>/\/-
Everythi
d Best Furnished
Houue, and is In cvcry.vr-.y prepared to
welcocie Guests ar.d provide Good Ac-
.-■oiinnojation
1ilftt,3t
ir a in,
tSB'V.B
tu'tui
»*a.a v..
Headquarters fer Mining Men. B<*s,t
of Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Special
a'tentio.- paid to Transcient trade.
All Kili.lH Of,
I House Finish,
| Sash   Factory,
&        Store Fronts a Specialty,
IIW
l|| Special Announcement! %
^ I itA Wc have added a new Department to our business consist!iiff of t*)i
\\t%
IFHmitureiadetoOrder, If Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, |
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Altorde
A
ti
ir>
Iti
« attention,
',;.   Lit*
w      '1\
9 m
Saloon and Store Fixtures.
Dress^Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Ribbons, Laces*
11 loceive  Prompt  tb  /n
*!& i *>» Embrodlories, In Tact everything which is kept in a flrst-olasa Ery Goods sn-rin*
w   f|* These Goods havo all been purchased direct from the Manufacturers Agents In
v ' $\ Montreal, Trronto and Chicago, and are all A I value, and the latest styles.
$ !'"A The people of the Kottle Elver District will now not  he compelled to send
r   •.S-S away from home for their dry goods.   If they will call at' onr stun- we  "ill  be
fci felad to show onr goods, nud you will be convinced that we enn save you money
il
praggett-,
Grand Forks, B. C.
»
bfllides having tli:* satisfaction of mnkiug your own Boloctions,  aiiii
j\  be received weekly.   A. Pirst-olasa stock of Beady Made
ilk
^SSi©SfflS*;-iS-S«£SSi«:«SS*S:£S««''? ■ (u
-'•---"   -■-  ---   -   (fa
Clothing Shoes and rimers' Supplies
.  Go...la delivered to tho cniups free.
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Notice of Sale by Uie Sheriff
IN THE BUPRBM8 COURT OF/
BRITISH COLUMpiA        J
lU'.TWKICS
(ireon <Si Wollaston, of Grand Forks, I'lalntiOfe,
and
Robert Clark, of same place, Mefendaii:.
V VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIEItl FACIAS
Issued onto! the above oourtnnd oino di*
rooted.] am oomniaudod to selu  k is to
• sum of 1198.07 toffothor with shotitl'e costs
i uosts of Issuing this writ less **nm paid with
rest at six per cent p
BI
FREDERICK & PETERSON.
CASCADE CITY,   -   B.
Clark, of tho Grand Korks Mining Division of
Yalo Distrlot, In obodleuco to w hlcb command I
have seized tho Interests of Itobert Claek I above
described] In the mineral claims known uk
Clark's Scuttle Gotd Minim: Co., Foreign, and
the Seattle Mining and Hmolting Co.. imih hiiu-
ati'd in the Grand Forks Mining bivision of
Yule District, 11. c.
And will nil nil or sufficient or them by pub
lie. auction outside tin: govorilineul OlHoe (.r.ind
Forks, it. ('., on Thursday tin- l?th day of
November, 1898, at the hour of eleven o'clock
a. iu, to satisfy the Judgment debt an I custa Incurred iu thi;- aotlon.
A. G. Pbmbebton Sheriff.
Terms of sale cash.
hated at Grand Forks, B. d thia 7th dav of
Novomber, I898.|
J. Hogncsoa
hUu Wcelland  g
First-class in Every Respect.
Best Brands Wines, Liquors and
Cigars at lhe Bar.
-■g-e-«-©-©-© -©-»-©- ■©- c -o
nil    ■riniiiM — i i iw ii i ■!*■ ii
Lt M. DENNIS,
TONSORIAL AETIST.
VICTORIA HOTEL,
Riverside  Ave,. Grand   Forks  B. C.
ll you want n nice easy, clean h1i«vc or au tip-
to date stylish hair cut, give mo a call.
J. W. JONES,
Manufacturer ol
Spring   Beds,    Mattresses,
LOUNGES.   ETC.
DEALER IN HOUSEHOLD COODS OF ALL KINDS.
GRAND   FOUKS,   B.   C.
g£rr~?nw Filing and all Kinds of Repairing;.
/•^.RAND FORKS BLACKSMITH
-AND'—
^T
£ TV
D.
V--^6€€€€€*%^^€^**s:€*%^€€;5?«€*€:-
h
oerta Hotel
^.i™™!'^'      Grand Forks, B. C.
S a new Houss, with new Furniture and everything comfortable for the
ravelling public, and has accommotions for a large number of people. The
Dining Room Is provided wiih everything in the market.
The bar is repleled with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars
pie room for Commercial Travellers.
A good sam-
FRESH GROCERIES
io had at our store ns wo keep our flock righl up to tin   mar
ii goods to work off on our customers.   Wo mako a specialty n
Fresh Eggs and Creamery Butter.
Cnn always bo had al oi
old, sbelfworu goods to
on hnnd
k, i and have uo
I always having
\Voge1 in a new supplyi
potatoi 8 uro another thiim wi
i.f dxhlug tackle In a few dayi
II. A. HUNTLEY
■C>0
.•ery ■
ly 1»: found at
ayi rrosli.   Now
vo in a uioe Une
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
\s»*.
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; shoeing made a special study. There is
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from a wheelbarrow to six-horse coach,
For   Salc.
Houiehold furniture, only been uned a short
time.   The furniture can be seen  b" calling at
| tbo bonne north of Mrs. S. F- AlnioiuU ou North
Soeond street.
Particular  Attention Given Orders  From  Private  Families.
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C01LAP8E Of THEATER if
AT    LEAST    FIFTEEN    KILLED.
A   Xew   Five-Story   Theater   in   Detroit     Cell   Into   Iiulnn   W Ubout
Any     \\ nr nl ok,    (11 rrj i im     Al III OH I
Every  Uurkiiiiiii   Into  tbc  Wreck
—Faulty iron  Deanui Responallilr.
inpi>i-ii(im*« i»r \n Kinds From vil
PnrtN of tin* Globe—storm* and
rn*. nn i ties—Criminal Occurrence!*
-Duilnei* Soiett ot >imi> Land*—
General BwntM <•( Intereitt-i
Detroit, Nov. 7.—The new Hve si try
Wonderland theater building is in .1
hopeless Btatc of collapse and 15 or more
lives have been sacrificed b> an appalling
accident that occurred Saturday afternoon.
Short!} before 2 o'clock, when Borne ;:;.
men were at \-ori-, in various parts of the
half finished theater portion ot the structure, Uie roof fell in without n second'
warning. Sfenrly ever*) workman was ear*
ricd down Into the theater pit, the i"i»
galleries wore crushed down upon the
Lower gallery, forming a sorl of fatal hill*!
side, down which .-ii-l broken steel girders, plunks, timbers, brick an! n quantity :
of cement from Lhe roof, and carrying
along a struggling company of men into
the pit below, few of wiiotn escaped in
jury. The froni wall of the building remained intact, but - he wist side wall
bulged out and buckled threateningly.
Notwithstanding the latter danger, Lh.*
work of rescuing the injured and taking
out tl.e dead was rushed and good pro
gress made until 5:15. wlien the upper
portion of the east wall fell, n shower of
bricks striking around the crowd of laborers, officers and newspaper men, extinguishing the temporary electric lights
and causing a stampede for the street.
fortunately none of tho-ne who weru
& truck by thc second downfall were seriously injured,, although several were
precipitated into tbe basement through
Bteel joints over whicli only a fow loose
planks n ere laid.
When  the  Becond  crash  occurred  two
more bodies were visible in  thu debrisj.
bui they were ahindoned for Lhe present. '
The disaster is supposed to bc due to
ine use of faulty iron beams used .1- sup-
ports for the heavy roof. L'he property
h owned by Patrick Wiggins, partner of
J. II. Moore in his tln-.iiiir.il and mu-icum
enterprise,
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' much bloated
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' I wa.s growing worse all the time,
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PISO'S  CURE  FOR
,        CURES WHERE All ELSE IAIL!*.        Ea
I Beet C'uugh Syrup.  Tiwujb -Jood. Vee HI
Bold by druf-itli-t.*. Ml
Mexican officials repori f.mr deaths
fr..ni yellow fever in Monterey Sunday.
Entire families are  known  to be strick*
en.
Corlland Green, in.li.-l...! ai accessory
t<. the murder of John I.inn. June 1"., waa
arraigned in court at Eugene, Or. ll<-
pleaded guilty an.l will be sentenced later.
The big steam collier Willamette i- in
go into commission again at San Francisco, sh.* has been overhauled and Im- had
new l...il.-i- and engines put in ai fl cost
of $105,000.
Preparation is being made for troops
to spend the "inter at Iluntsville, Ala. -\
contracl Involving the expenditure of $5,-
000 Ims been let for the erection of mess
sails an.l sheds.
llie whaling bark lb.rati., has readied
San Francisco from the Arctic ocean «iih
841) bands of sperm oil, 350 barrels of
ivbale oil and 4300 pounds ..f bone, the
sholo vain.* being ..ver $35,000.
A telegram nas been received at San
Francisco from the agent of \V. O'B. Mo-
Donough, owner of Ormonde, stating that
the Duke ..f Westminster's offer of $50,000
for that famous race horse has been declined.
Virginia negroes object lo white olli*
ecrs in colored regiments.
Chicago's registration ..f voters nggro-
Hates 32(1,748 nam.-.
Lake shore damage in Chicago by the
reeenl blizzard tvns ..ver .jtsii.niin.
Deputy marshals have lefl Walker.
Minn., i" round up renegade Indian-..
The emperor an.l empress of Germany
have safely arrived in Palestine.
Admiral Dewey has released the Spanish sailors whom he captured at Manila.
Kcpaira on the cruiser Chicago are nearly completed! she has been practically rebuilt.
Many Spanish ollicers in Havana have
applied' for positions in the United States
army.
The danger of iurther outbreaks of Ilia
black plague in Vienna has been greatly
diminished.
The eattle outlook iu southern Texas
ami northern Montana is belter this season than ever before.
The United Stales has notified Spain
lhat the shipment of guns [rom Cuba
must be stopped forthwith.
The iuueh boomed I'eaee river country
of Alaska has brought nothing but hardships lo prospectors.
American commissioners at Havana are
taking measures lo hasten the Spanish
evacuation of tuba.
Governor Russell of North Carolina has
issued a pr.ielainaii.iu condemning political outrages in that state.
New York police believe Ihey have unearthed an extensive scheme to defraud
life insurance companies.
Senat.u* Hale of Maine has heen fined
■sin for violating the state fame law by
-hipping game ""I of the slate.
The agricultural department, after two
years of experimenting, linds that the
swine plague ean be easily and Inexpensively exterminated.
Advices from Hawaii inliiuate that the
people of the islands expect a delegate ill
congress, with rights to debate and vote
on all measures.
During the blizzard last week snow
drifted in Chicago so that si reel ear traf-
lie was obstructed in many pans of the
city.
Postmaster General Smith has directed
that Hawaiian stumps be recognized at
their face value on articles mailed iu Hawaii.
A movement is on foot in Buenos Ayres
to divert the trade of Spanish-American
countries to Spain as against the United
Stales,
The c'tiurantlne in Mississippi towns
again..!, all points has been raited.
Halifax (lock yards nre very busy in
getting British warships toady for sor-
vice.
Captain J. 11. Foraker. 3011 of the Ohio
senator, is sick with yellow lever in 11a-
\ a ua.
A I'uis paper declares that the seed
papers in the Dreyfus ease were burned
several   days  ago.
The whale catch in the Arctic this season wus one of the largest on record, representing about $1,000,000.
Chicago is making a strenuous effort
to se.iire the next Methodist Kpiseop.il
general conference, to he held in 1000.
France is terribly excited over thc report, that Kngland proposes to proclaim a
protectorate over the whole of Kgypt.
The president has received a petition,
signed by 100,000 Cubans, asking for
Spain's immediate evacuation of the is'-
anil.
Secretary Wilson has awarded to a Xo.v
York firm the government contract for
seeds at $70,1)78 for 14,238,108 packets,
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, bus
been restored to it-s colonial appearance,
and rededicatcd with appropriate ceremonies.
The Dawes commission's report on reorganization ol the Indian Territory colls
especially tor provisions for education of
the people.
'Two deaths from the black plague of
India-occurred on the French bark Duchess Anne on her recent trip Irom Honolulu to San Francisco,
By January 1 the University of Chicago
expects to raise $2,000,000, which makes a
gift of same amount from .John D. Rockefeller available.
A large number of negroes are docking
inlo the Indian Territory, and Agent Wisdom fear- serious trouble between them
and  the  Indian-.
Hannah West and Abraham Huffman
are under arrest at Washington Court
House, 0., on the woman's confession, for
having beheaded T,ouh Ball 12 years ago
wilh a razor.
The president has approved of the
court-martial sentence dismissing from the
navy Chaplain Melnlyre. ..( the battleship Oregon, who reflected on Admir.il
Sampson in a lecture.
A number of vessels are stranded on
sandbars in the Yukon river and frozen
In, and when the ice break-, up next,
spring they will go to pieces.
Colonel Waring, who died ol yellow* fever in New Y'ork, had planned^] system ef
drainage for Havana, which I.e believed
would banish yellow fever.
It is reported in London that King
George of Greece will abdicate next spring
in favor of the Crown Prince Constantino,
and will settle permanently  m Denma.'k.
The United (Sates supreme court, in a
decision, has sustained the constitutionality of the tax laws of New* Yt-rk. levyii g
a tax on foreign corporations doing business in that state.
Late advices from China state that the
overflow of the Yellow river has caused
the most appalling disaster of modern
times in central China. Villages were
swept away by hundreds, *-'»») people
were drowned, and 100,000 people are ruined and homeless.
Professor A. O. Crehaui and Lieutenant
Colonel George <i. Squid', of the signal
service, hate devised u new system of telegraphy, by which a speed of 3000 words
a minute can be attained on ocean cables
and land lines. 'This is interesting bul
the practical utility of the new system la
extremely doubtful.
'The force of the reeenl severe storm was
n*ll as far -oiith as the Gulf of Mcxi.-o.
At Abilene, Tex., the temperature fell -'»
degrees in a few hours. All through the
middle west the temperature ranged
around Ihe freezing j>oilil, and Wisconsin
suffered greatly from Hie storm.
While in Hawaii with her father. Congressman Berry, Miss Anna Berry, of
Newport, Ky., received, as a gift from
President Dole the royal tlag which was
lowered when Queen Llluokulani wns dethroned. The thronelcss monarch uow
wauls Miss Horry to return the Hag, but
the Kentucky girl refuses to grant the
request, although Liliuokaltin! pleads tha:
the banner is private property.
The navy department, after receiving a
careful report of the firing ol' our ships at
Santiago iu the bailie with Cervera, estimates lhe cost in projectiles and power,
aside from the ordinary injury to thc
gun-, at about. $175,000. The value uf
lhe Spanish ships destroyed in put doc.n
at $10,1)011,1)1111.
Orange Judd Farmer say-: '"The season
has heen all ideal one for [he seeding of
winter wheat, and while sowing still continue- in the more southern belt, it is evident that the area already planted east of
the Rocky mountains exceeds that liar-
vested last year by It) per cent or more.
The appearance of the crop Is far above
an average for this date, in fact, growth
is rather too rank, and pasturing the fields
is being practiced to a considerable extent. Hessian Hy is reported from many
localities, with a strong possibility of serious damage. Seeding is beginning on the
Pacific coast under fairly favorable conditions."
I FID IS HOST MIN
MARIA   TERESA WENT  DOWN.
A Vigorous Battle.
YEAR'S GOVERNMENT EXPENSE
Million* of Extraordinary Expenditure! mi Aeoonnt of the War.
Wasliin^ton. Nov. 5.—-The treasurer ol
tlie l'nited States, Ellis E. Hobertfl, haa
submitted to the secretary of the treasury
tin' annual report, ou fhe tnuisactious
iind condition of thc treasury for the past
fiscal year.
The not ordinary revenues uf the government wen- $405,321,335, an Increase of
&J7,r>!t7,ti;i() over those of tho previous
year, while thc net ordinary expenses
were $<143,308,582. an inerca.se of $77.f>«M,-
423. Tlio resulting deficiency of $38,047,-
217 ex-m-ds that of the preceding vear by
$19,104,743.
In tho receipts are included $04,751,223
paid into the treasury ou account of the
sale of tlio Union Pacific and Kansas Pa*
cific railroads. Out of them were paid
$29,850,052 of tho bonds issued for lh'1
construction of the Pacific railroad--,uhie-i
went to increase the ex]M!ndituro.s.
Up to the close of tlie fiscal year the
increa.se of the expenditures on account uf
the war with Spain was $43,041,732 for
the war department and $24,202,438 for
tlie navy department. For the four
months of July, August, September an 1
October, 1808, lhe expenditures of lhe war
department were $]07,fi7(.Utj$. lifinjT $81,*
OlH.KJl greater than for the sumo months
in  1S07.
Tor the same months this yc-.w tho navy
department expended $27,457,577, which
was $l*i.U14,0'-2ti more than it. spent in tlie
like period in 1897. Up to October 31,
the war with Spain added to lho disbursements of iho.ee tuo departments the sum
of $104,932,228.
LAWLESS MOB AT HONG CHAU.
Olilneie itlutiTi* Dt'Mtrojcil Clinrehei-
Suliooln und llospItiLlH.
Seattle, Nov. 7.—The Kobe News, under date of October 14, says:
The latest telegrams respecting the risings in thc noig-hlimhood of Cluing Kin*;
state that it is a movement against the
missionaries on the part of a marauding
band led by one Yu Alan 'l\a.
The French church, hospital and school
and also the American Methodist church
at Hong Chnu, about 50 miles from
(.'hung King, have been destroyed. The
ranks of the marauders are constantly being swelled and Ilu? lawless mob now
numbers about 2tHX)j most of them being
armed with antiquated rifles, but lhe
leader's own guard of alwut 100 men are
armed with Winchester rifles.
There are aliout 30 English and American subjects living at Chung King, Mr.
Smithera is the United Stales consul
there. The consuls are .stated to have
notified their respective ministers at Pe
kin asking that pressure be brought to
bear upon tlie viceroy Uj send tiviops to
suppress the riots; but owing to the political changes al Pekin the government, ll
is said, will not be able to comply with
the order.
The general in command of the garrison
at Cheng Tu has committed suicide to escape punishment for not suppressing the
riots.
The English and American residents of
Cluing King have left the city and gone
down tlie river lo a place of safety.
Formation  of n Mirror Trnnt.
Pittsburg.—Forty representative mirror
manufacturers of the country met here
and completed an organization whicli was
initiated in Xew York six weeks ago, The
organization will be known as the National .Mirror Manufacturers' Association
and is expected to control the trade.
Voluntary Llqalilntlon,
Chicago, Nov. 5.—Thc Hank of Commerce, a slate bank wilh $500,000 capital
and $1,000,000 deposits, has voted to go
into voluntary liquidation.
rptttinn  In   Bunkruptcy.
New York, Nov. 4.—Emanuel S. Kue,
who has been in tlie transpoiiation business for IS years has filed u pclition in
bankruptcy. The nominal liabilities arc
$(18,048; no assets.
Pile   HimmiciI    Siwnlill   OruUcr   Wiin
l until.   In   »   » -ere.*   0«1«   Off   Sun
gulvtiilur, wiiiic Hi'liiR Towed
'•tortil nnd ••ii"'* l» Wntrr Ncurly
Three 5Ule«  Deep—Xo Liven  Lout*
Fivm the New Era, Qrt.,.Mtbnrg, Ind.
The following is a straightforward
statement of facts hy h veteran of the
late war. No comrade will need further proof than their friend'B own
words, ai here given.
Hquiio .Johu Castor, of Newpoint,
Ind., is tlie narrator, and an honest,
respected citizen he is, too. He Baid:
"I have been tioubled with rheumatism
in all my loints, ever Kince 1 went to
the war. It was brought on by my exposure there. It came on me gradually, and kept getting worse until I
was unable to do any work. I tried
several physician**, but tbey did me no
good. Tbey Haiti iny trouble was rheumatism resulting in disease of tbe
heart, and that there was no cure for it.
NeTeitbeleHB 1 bad lived and fought
tartcd northeast around bhe | the disease for thirty years, and did
not intend to die, simply because they
said I must, su 1   hunted up some rem*
The  HeHt Time.
Xo autumn or winter is so good but
may be bad for rheumatism. The worst
time for it is the be«t time, to buy and
use St. Jacob's Oil to cure it, because it
cures promptly.
ALL AROUND MARKET REPORT.
The Well-Known
tea of the   Pacific Coast is
Schilling's Best.
Well-known for goodnesi
and    money - back -..   you -
Wlieat    Quo'-itl'liiM.    Wool     FlHTtire-i,      doil't - like - it
nmi  the I'ri.'e of Produce. j
t'., Nov.    il.
CIlRvlOStOlI
-The    tug
raster-lay
Charleston,
Merritt \>"t '	
morning. She reported tin* loss of the
cruiser Maria Teresn oil .Sun Salvador,
Bahamas, November 3, in Uie midst of .1
furious storm.
The cruiser lefl Caimnnora, Cuba, on the
morning "( October 30 in tow for New
fork. " Sho had already passed Cape
Mi, \ -i and
Bahamas, A furioua -tonn overtook her
and iii her condition she was unable to
weather the gale. The strain opened the
reins in her hull, which bad been patched
lo enable her to make thc journey, and
she began to fill rapidly.
Tbe .Merrill took oir Captain Harris
and the crew from lhe sinking ship, and
she soon went down Tbo Merritt brought
the captain and 130 men, a ho will proceed north by rail. No lives were lost
as far as i- known.
Iteffrel of Savf Deimrtiiienl,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.—The greatest
regret was expressed in oflieuii circles regarding the loss of the Maria Teresa.
Secretary of Slate Hay said he was sorry
ii waa found impossible to bring the vessel to the United States wheu everybody
was mi much interested in ber. He expressed gratification that no Iohs of life
was reported in cpnsequenoa of the disaster.
Aelin*: Seii-clai-]- of the Navy Allen
said the losa wns iiuch greater than any
intrinsic value represented in the ship.
.She was the linl^ that connected thc
great naval victory with tlie United
States. It was a sentiment bred in thia
country that, succeeded in raising her and
it was tbe wish of the whole people, that
she should bc brought to tbe United
States.
It wa.s the general impression about tbe
state, war and navy building tbat the
loss of the Teresa would prevent any
further attempt to bring auy of the other
vessels to this country.
Story of the Crew.
Charleston, S. C, Nov. fl.—Yesterday
afternoon lhe survivors of tbc Maria Teresa eame ashore. They lost all their
clothing and personal effects.
The Teresa sjnlc 3 miles oft Walling
island at noon Tuesday after battling
with the gale s'.x hours. iShe met the
storm Tuesday Homing and the vessel
began to strain in the high sens. Parts
of the hull, thought safe, became weakened, rivets broke and water made rapidly
in the hold. Tjc boilers began to give
way and finally the water extinguished
the lires in the eigiue room. Thc pumps
would not work. The whole \cssel showed sijns of collapse and the. men stood
stripped awaiting orders to quit the ship.
The Vulcan «*«s towing lhe Teresa
while the .Merritt rescued IU of the crew,
made np of volunteers from the Cincinnati, Newark and Vulcan, The ropes
were cut and she then rapidly filled. The
Vulcan and I.eanidas deserted thc Merritt, which put into Charleston with tbe
rescued crew.
The crew  left at once for Norfolk.
h.
b.
D1.08  per
*b., Sr.c per
'io per
THE FREIGHT RATE REDUCED.
Voitherii   PiiciHc   Will   llcilucr
The llnte on Two Items.
Spokane, Nov. 5.—General Agent GibU
of the Northern 1'acific in this city, has
received notice of more reductions in
freight rates. .Effective November 8 the
rite on sirups—corn glucose, maple and
molasses- in carload lots, from Chicago
and Mississippi river common points to
Spokane is reduced to 75 cents per 10U
pounds; from St. Paul and Missouri river
points lhe rate will be 05 cents. This is
n reduction of 10 cents per 1(10 pounds.
Effective today a reduced rate of 8.5
cents per 100 pounds is given on apples in
carload lots, not less than "2-1,000 pounds,
from Ellensburg nnd intermediate poinls
to Missouri river points. This rate includes the Palouse branch and Walla
Walla at this end of the route and Sioux
City, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City
and St. Joe at the other end. It is a re-
duction of 15 cents per 100 pounds.
Felice Still Uncertain.
London, Nov. 7.—The Marquis of Salisbury's declaration on the subject of the
withdrawal of thc French mission from
Fashoda made at the Mansion house banquet is not regarded here as being wholly
satisfactory. The entire absence of any
reference to the extraordinary naval
preparations is considerably commented
on and it is remarked bow careful the
British premier was to explain that the
evacuation of Fashoda was only in the nature of oil on troubled waters and that
British diplomacy had not yet weathered
the storm which the Marehand mission
conjured up.
The Knglish papers point nut that the
evacuation of Fashoda is inuy an installment of the satisfaction expected by Great
Britain an.l that Franco has yet to swallow Ihe pill of withdrawing from the
Dahr-cl-Ghazal region. Under these circumstances the debate in the French
chamber of deputies on Fashoda this week
is eagerly awaited.
In diplomatic circles a reassuring impression ha.s been made by il. Dupuy's
declaration that thc French government's
policy will be based on well understood
interests and lhat ils efforts will be measured by the value of Ihe objects in view.
Tbis is held to imply tint tho present
government, will show a conciliatory attitude on the remaining points iu dispute.
No person in Norway may spend more
than 8 cents at one visit to a drinking
place.
More Troeio. for Miinlln.
San Francisco, Nov. 8.—The transport
Cily of Pueblo has sailed tor Manila
with the remaining Tennessee battalion,
the last of the California heavy artillery,
the Nevada troop of cavalry and a small
detachment of recruits for the Twenty-
third infantry, One woman, the wife of
Assistant Sni-geo'n 0. W. Day wait, was
given permission to sail on tbe vessel
wilh her husband.
City llllicl'il Sell Seven Ye,,***..
San Francisco, Nov. 7.—A. C. Wideber.
defaulting treasurer nf city and counly,
will repent the theft, of $70.?-12 from llie
eity vaults during the next seven years
and six months in the San Quentin prison.
Such was tho sentence imposed hy Judge
Carroll Cook Saturday.
1 Wunt to 8nuettr to That.
•dies lor myself, and llnally happened
on Br. Williams'Fink Pills for Pale
People. I asked some of my neigbborH
about the medicine, fur il had been
used by several persona in tbe community, uiui tbey recommended it very
highly. 1 ptoeured a boi. The pills
helped me light away, and I continued
takiit 1: them. I oommenoed taking
tbem last (all, and finished taking the
siith box a lew months ago. 1 am not
bothered wilh llie rheumatism uow—>
the medicine lias cured me. I can most
oertalnly recommend Dr. Williams'
Pink Pil's for Pale People."
These pills are not only good for
rheumatism, but are valuable for nny
disease that atises fiom impoverished,
or bad blood. Tbey do not act on the
Vowels.
Second C.'.»r-»N Ordered to  Move.
Camp Meade, Mlddlotown, Pa., Nov. d.
—Orders have becn issued by General
Young for the general movements of the
Second army corps to the new camps in
the south.
Son Accidentally Shot Hlm.
Traverse City, Mich., Nov. 8.—Word
was received here of lhe death of .lodge
R. L. Corbett of thc Thirteenth judicial
district. His death was caused by an ac-
eidental discharge of a gun held by bison.
Whnleri. In Port.
San Francisco, Nov. 7.—Three more
whalers arrived from tbe Arctic Saturday.
The bark California brought 1050 barrels
of oil, tho steam whaler .Icunetle 22011
pounds of bono and the William Baylie-
1800 pounds of bone.
Following are the local quotations.
Wholesale prices are given unless otherwise quoted:
Wheat at the warehouse—Country
points: Club, bulk tile, sai-hed 47e; blue-
stem, bulk -llie, wicked alio. At Spokane:
Club, bulk 47e, sacked 4Scj bluestem.
bulk 50c, sacked 61c.
Oats—At  Spokane   f.
ewt.
Parley    Country points 1.
cwt.
Rye—Country points f. r,
cwt:  Spokane, 75e per ewt.
Flour, per barrel—Gold Drop, $3.75;
Big Loaf. ¥4,15; Banner, $3.50; Plansifter,
$4; Superb, $3.75; Spokane, $3.50; Swan
Patent, $4.15; Knowllake, $3.75; White
Lily, $3.50; whole wheat, $4; rye, $4.25;
graham, $3.50
Feed—Bran and shorts, til per ton;
shorts, $12; bran, $10; rolled barley, $20;
chicken feed, $15@20.
Corn—Whole, $23;  cracked, $24.
Wool—Fine meuiuin, U@7c per lbj me
dium, 5'.; lie per lb.
Produce—Fancy creamery butter, 40
and 00-lb tubs, 28c per lb; 5, 10 and 20-
lb tubs, 20c per lb; prints, 25e per lb;
country butter, in rolls, 13c per lb; cooking butter, 10c lb; eastern creamery,
prints, 25c; cheese, twin full cream, 12Je
lb; cheese, twin, skim milk. It1.*.- lUc lb;
ranch eggs, $0.25070.50; selected eggs,
$0.75; honey, white comb, 13c per b;
fancy, 14c per lb.
Poultry—Chickens, live weight, lO'telle
lb; dressed, 12@13c; spring broilers,
$8.26@3.75j turkeys, live 10@llc, dressed 12@13c; spring ducks, dressed $4fS
4 50 doz; geese, ihe 10@llc, dressed
12(g]2Joj wild ducks, 25@50c; pheasants, 30@35o.
Meats—Beef cows, live $2.50@2.75,
dressed $5@6.50 cwt; steers, live $2.75@
3, dressed $5.50(S0; hogs, live $4.50@4.75,
dressed $0@0.50; mutton, live 4(£4tc,
diofsed 7J@Se; dressed veal, 7@8c; lamb,
I'llo wholesale: venison, 10@20c per lb.
The following prices are paid in Spokane to farmers and other producers:
Hay—Timothy,   $0   ton;   wlieat   hay,
$7(5:8; alfalfa, $10.
Eggs—Rhneh, $fl.25(S.n.50.
Vegetables—Potatoes, 85@00c per ewt;
cabbage, $L50@].75 per ewt; turnips, $1
[ier ewt; onions, 75@0Oc per ewt; beans.
l£@lfc per lb; carrots, $1 per cwt; beets,
$1.25 per ewt.
Whent.
Portland, Nov. 7.—Wheat—Walla Walla, quiet at tlil'*..0lt:; valley and bluestcm,
03(<*04c.
Tacoma, Nov. 7.—Wheat—Club, 00e;
bluestem, lilc. There are 40,000 tons of
wheat now in the elevators here and 550
ears of wlieat in the yards.
Me-faH,
San   Francisco,   Nov.
B01*2e.
Mexican dollnrs, 471c.
Ix-ad, $3.50.
HOW'S   THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for
any .in... of Cutarrh that can not be cured by
Hall'B Catarrh cure.
F. J. CHENEV & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hint
perfectly honorable ln all business transactions
and flnanclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,   Wholesale  Druggists, Toledo, O.
WAL.DINO, KINNAN 4 MARVIN, Wholesale
Druggists,   Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Ib taken Internally, acting directly upon  the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.    Testimonials  sent free
Price 7f,c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
Throughout the entire world there are
ahout 20,000,000 square miles of unexplored territory. In Africa there arc
0,500,000 square miles; arctic regions,
03,011,0000; antarctic regions, 5,300,000)
America, 2,000,000; Australia, 2,000,000;
Asia, 200,000; and various islands, 900,000.
It's  Your  O-ivn   Fault.
How long have you had lame back? It's
your own fault. St. Jacob's Oil would have
cured it promptly, and will cure it now,no
matter how long it has remained neglected.
Was u Member of Grnnt't* Staff.
Washington, Nov. 5. — Colonel Amos
Webster, a member of General Grant's
personal staff in the campaign around
Richmond, is dead.
No household la complete without a
bottle of the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It Is a pure and wholesome stimulant recommf-nded by all physicians.
Don't neglect this necessity.
After 18(10 it will bc illegal to use the
state seal and coat of anus iu Massachusetts for advertising purposes.
Two American Protestant missionaries
have been arrested in Peru for disiribut-
iug religious tracts.
When coming to San Francisco go to
Brooklyn Hotel, 20S-212 Bush St. American ur Kuropean plan. Room and board
11.IHI to IL60 per day; rooms 50 cents to
11.00 per day; single meals 25 cents. Free
coach.   Chua. Montgomery.
London has a population of 4,250,000,
equaling the combined populations of
Paris, Berlin. St. Petersburg and Koine.
FITS) Permanmitly Cured. Nn (User iirrvon-uiea
TIIO aiter first day's UBe of Dr. Kline's Ureal
Nervr ,lcHU,rer. Send for FltKI SS.00 trial
bottle and treatise. DB. IU H. K.UKE, Ltd., IH
Vrch slreet, Philadelphia, Pw
"Fusil" was Hie old name for the Hint
lock, to distinguish it from the match
lock, and fusileers were those who carried
fusils.
To Cnre  a  Colli  In  One  Dny
Take  Laxative  Bromo  Quinine  Tablets.     All
druggists refund money If It fulls to cure. 86c.
Millions of pairs of dolls' shoes are sold
in Ibis country annually, the greater part
of which arc Imported from Germany.
T believe Plso's Cure Is the only medicine that will cure consumption.—Anna
M.  Ross,  Wllllamsport, Pa.,  Nov. 12,  '95.
Barge horses arc longer livers than carriage horses.
Try Schilling's  Heat Tea and Haklng Powder
DISPUTE LED TO MURDER.
Tronble In  n Inee-p Cftmp "t  Ante-
100*,   Or.-KO...
The Dalles, Ore., Nov. 8.—A messenger from Antelope, 115 miles south of The
Dalles, arrived, bring- 111'.' news that
Philip Brogan, Br., has been murdered by
Frank Forrester, who has been in the employ of Brogan as a packer for his sheep
eamp. Hie men had a dispute over wages
in a saloon and Forrester drew a knife
and stabbed Brogan. The latter died within live minutes. Forrester escaped and although it sheriff's posse is in pursuit he
has nol heen captured. Brogan is n
wealthy sheepman and lives m The Dalles.
There is much excitement hew over Ihe
killing.
Mnekay ttoildenoe iiurn.-«l.
Xew York, Nov. 8.—The summer resilience of Clarence Mackay al Weetbury,
L. !., was totally destroyed by lire last
night. Loss, $50,000, -Mr. and Mrs. Mackay were in the house but escaped.
Tender   Flesh.
The more tender the flesh, the blacker
the bruise. The sooner yot; use St. Jacob's Oil, the quicker will be lhe cure of
any bruise, and any bruise will disappear
promptly under the treatment of the great
reined v.
Of Shakespeare's famous characters it
is said that Hamlet speaks 15011 lines, lugo
10(17, Othello 850, and I-ear 770.
The number of Chinese in San Francisco
is nbout 20,000.
. — Bar   silver.
IrlvI.lcH.I   for  TuOOUln   I'ci.oNltor*.
Washington, Nov. 8.—The comptroller
of the currency has declared a dividend of
10 per cent in favor of the creditors of the
insolvent Tacoma National Lank uf Ta-
eom-a, Wash.
Twelve Deaths at Manila.
Washington, Nov. 8.—General Otis nt
.Manila reports 12 deaths since last report.
Among the names lhe following appear:
October 28, Walter .1. McLean, private,
First Montana; November >., 0, P. Oliver,
private, Second  Oregon.
There are always 1,200,000 people afloat
on the seas of the world.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with whieh it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio Svrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Svrop Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fig Syuup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It ia
j far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company —
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8»N FRANCISCO, CaL
LOUISVILLE, Kj. NKW VORK, H.T.
FREE HELP at* WEAK MEN
"CALTHOS"—Prof.  Laborde's French Cure for
Lost Manhood
5 Days Trial Treatment Sent Absolutely Free
by Sealed Mail to all Sufferers
No C.O.D. or Deposit Scheme
Thf only preparation known to sclenre which really
CM I'M l-or.- Manhood In "CALTHOS,'1 the lunrveluiiK French
remedy discovered hy Prof. Julei Labordo. n i* coniioiie.i
lu lhl» oountri i*>- the Von Mohl Ca, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
M concern Which OCCUplea a  high nn.l hrinunihle plnce in the
world nf medicine. It la otie cf the m-*si reyj.onriiitie hom-cn
In Cincinnati! oi nny one who In acquainted in thut city win
testify.
The Vo» -M"hl Co. Invites nil m -n f-ufferins from Lost
Munhood, Spei'tnotorrhoen, Varicocele or lYeakneaa of nny
i wuiie In tli--* LVervei or Bexiial ■Hitiuif, to :<en-| their iianifa
■nd receive a live day*' tt ent ment, t is will prove ih« won-
dtrful viiulizliiu power* <>f "CALTHOS." After iikIdk it
Ave days the SUffereri will Mini new vigor In their urgum-i,
new   force In  their milKtes,  new blood  In their veliiH,  new
ambition, and rapid progress toward the buoyant feelings
mni ■•■ in .it -'H"- of younger days.
Thu liberal free offer Is uemiine. There in noswin.mns
<'. O. D.. or ilei'iislt   scheme eunneeted   witli It.    The (Ue
dayi1 treatment is sent by sealed mail io an on request,
wrapped In a plain package, and printed instructions ac*
Oumpuny the medlolno, so that each patient becomen Ills
own duct-it antl nin* hlinseir nt home.
It  d-ift«"t make any difference what caused the w«:ik-
ness   whether   hint   bauUl   In   youth,   or  excess,   or   over-
woik, or h'lMiieKh. troubles, "CALTHOS" win effect a
cure, do mutter what big nnme the disease may be called
by  lioelum.
Tiie Vun Mold Co, treats an correspondence In perfect
con (Hence.   Under  n millions  will  it make pubflo the
aitiiies of the iiiomhih.im who have written testimonials
lulling uf iheir rt-a lorn tion to robust manhood after other
medicines proved   worthless.    "CALTHOS"   is  regularly
u»e,l   In  (he  French ami  Herman  armies,   and  the soldiers
In thun countries hiiv cume tt. be perfect models of
strength and vitality.  Cures are effected ut nil ages from
2u to No years.   Th. re Is no ease (except where the stac-'
of   epilepsy or insanity has I n reached) which it will
no!  radicallyi   qumkly   nnd   permanently   cure.    Sexual
weiikiiKhs rtoci not .ure itself,   it grows worse from week
io week,   Bach dnj aggravates! the mental ami physical
,   , , anguish.    Bend today for the five day** trial treatment. If It
helps  you,   more  of the  medicine  Otn   he purchas-cl.     Jf it ,\< ,,* nnt  |1(f*|«   Tin harm  i-s done and
no money paid out,     Vmi  can  sand  >o,ir  nmn- wllh   the   full   knowledge   thnt   ll   will   he  kept
from all.   Address applications far trial treatment, etc, tu the vov moiii, co
171 ii Cincinnati- o. Largest import era of Bin nun rd I'ri'iinrfiiluiiH in ihe t. s.
It takes 72,IMX) tons of paper to make
thc postal cards used in the United States
each year,
$45 $45 $45 $45 $45
1899 %vv\NiW BICYCLES
"Best IVhaela .." Rui-lli."
IIH Mi-Bin ratO, I.'.'.. |30,   ^cnil for catslogu,*.
Llvsngonts wanted everywhere.
FKKD T.  MERRILL   CYCLIC CO.,
PORTLAND. SI'Oh'AXK. TAOO.MA.
Dr. LtlkenS, The Old Reliable Specialist.
OLDEST   In   experience— RIQHIQ8T    In    medical    knowledge    sud    skill—
crowned with zb tears of unparalleled success—the   sufferers'    friend—
the people's spe-ciallHt. Ile ban cured thousundH nnd enn cure you. All
Chronic, Nervous, Blood and Skin Diseases, Stricture, tlleet, Varioeocele,
Rupture, Piles, Goitre, Cancer cured without cutting or detention from business. Dr. Lukemt treats all curable chronic Hnd difficult diseases at the
home of the patient with unfailing success, if you cannot call, write your
symptoms for the most perfect mall system. Advice free. Kline-Rosenberg
building,  No.  IU  Froni   Ave., Peattie,   Washington.

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