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THE GREENWOOD MINER
Tailors and
Furnishers.
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Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 26.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, June 29, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
ON THE WEST FORK.
Some Claims in the Vicinity
of Beaverton.
FATHER PAT IS THE  PIONEER
Work   Being   Done   on   the   East
Pork���A Wagon Road to
Big Tunnel,
E. Collier came down from the West
Fork Monday to attend the sitting of the
County Court. Mr. Collier has a number of claims in the West Fork district,
and also has pre-empted 360 acres of
land adjoining the townsite of Beavar-
ton. He has lately lieen working on the
St. John, a claim on Beaver creek, about
six miles above Beaverton. There are
three ledges on tho property, running
parallel in an easterly and westerly direction. On the center ledge there is
a shaft 16 feet in a bluish quartz carrying copper pyrites. The ledge has been
uncovered by an open crosscut for a
distance of 20 feet. On the other ledges
the work has been open crosscuts. One
of them is 17 feet in width, giving copper-gold values, and the other 14 inches
well mineralized. In all, about 75 feet
of work has been done on this claim.
Mr. Collier is also owner of the Monitor,
adjoining the King Solomon, which has
a 30 inch ledge uncovered for 40 feet,
and a 16 inch ledge, both well mineralized. The Crystal Butte, near the St.
John, has a ledge 11 feet in width, carrying galena, which gives good surface
assays. The Leadville, farther up the
West Fork, has a six inch ledge of solid
galena, running $86 in gold, silver and
lead. On the Clifford, there are two
ledges 12 feet and 16 inches respectively
running parallel to each other.
On the Mountain Chief, near Beaverton, and owned by Dermody & Maloney,
a good ledge of gold-bearing quartz has
been uncovered. There has been enough
work done on this claim to crown-grant it.
James Kerr and J. C. Dale have gone
up Wilkinson creek on a prospecting
tour.
Andy Hamilton is doing assessment
work on the Monarch, four miles above
Beaverton on Beaver creek, and has finished work on the Gimlet. Both have
excellent showings.
The ledge has been encountered in the
Sallie at 135 feet; and an excellent
galena ore is being taken out of the
tunnel. The Sallie is owned by Robert
Wood of Greenwood.
Gorman West ie doing a good business
at his place on Bull creek, about half
way between Westbridge and Beaverton.
The road from Westbridge to Canyon
City will be completed about the 10th of
August. A force of men is grading from
each end. The road is completed about
three miles from Canyon City and ten
from   Westbridge.
Last week Robert Wood purchased
from E. E. H.Moss, one-third interest in
the Mountain Belle and Deacon mineral
claims on the east side of Beaver creek,
and adjoining the Highland Chief, Alex.
Wallace and Hard Cash.
THE EIRST SERVICE.
Father   ������ t Holds Service at Beaverton.   Other
Items From tlie West Fork.
jp. P. Magee and W. S. Keith have re-
turned, 'roni Beaverton. They report
the miiii'.-i in ihat section looking well,
especially the Carmi, Washington and
Idaho, and Hard CuhIi.
Owing to thu legal difficulties attending the settlement -il townsite disputes,
very little building il going on.
The government should get a move on
and have the wagon road completed from
Westbridge to Beaver creek, so that a
sawmill and mining machinery could be
transported to Beaverton and the numerous mining camps between these two
points.
On last Sunday, Rev. II. Irvin (Father
Pat) held the first religious service ever
held on the West Fork, and had fourteen
of a congregation, twelve men, one
woman and a little girl.
The Iconoclast and other claims on
Kelly creek are being workel and are
steadily improving.
W. S. Fletcher has the wagon road
completed from Westbridge to within
eleven miles of Canyon City.
Large numbers of prospectors are
going up both the main river and the
West Fork, and it looks now as if the
next mining excitement  would be in
that district. Those already there deserve great credit for the way in which
they have held on, some of the claims
near Beaverton having been staked in
1897.
Il only requires good wagon roads to
bring the rich mining districts of the
West Fork and Canyon Creek to the
front.
On the East Fork.
George Vaughan came down from the
East Fork of the North Fork on Monday,
where he has been working on the McKinley claim,owned by Welcher and McKinley. The McKinley is about two miles from
Franklyn camp. There is a 12 foot ore
body on the property which assays 12)^
per cent copper and $2.50 gold. The
ledge has been stripped for a distance of
150 feet. On the foot wall there is about
5 feet of galena. Assessment work was
also done on the Hanna, Bryan and
Silver Queen.
There is considerable activity in and
around Franklyn cam]). A largo number of.prospectors are doing assessment
woncr
Mr. Harvey, representing Patsy Clark
has been visiting the camp and examining the properties.
Officer Dinsmore was in the camp the
past weak, with a view to giving road
or trail accommodation to the East Fork,
and claims that a wagon road can easily
be built to the Big Tunnel, on the C. &
W. road, a distance of about fifteen
miles from Franklyn camp. This road
would be a great convenience to the
prospectors on the North and East
Forks.	
County Court.
At the sitting of the county court held
here on Tuesday last, the following cases
were disposed of by Judge Spinks.
Nearly half of the cases were adjudicated
upon. The others await the will and
pleasure of His Honor, William Ward
Spinks:
Frank Thornton v. C. H. Archibald.���
Judgment by consent.
Alexander McLeod v. James Sutherland.���Judgment for plaintiff. Jury,
A. Mowatt, foreman, W. L. C. Gordon,
E. A. Bielenberg, C. Q. Mortimer, A.
Wright.
Miller & Law v. Dan Steward.���Judgment by consent.
Julius Mueller v. John McAvoy.���
Judgment against defendant.
George Pachen v. R. Grieger ��� J. N.
Buhler.���Nonsuit with leave to sue agai n,
costs of thiB action to be paid before any
further action iB taken.
W. M. Law & Co. v. James McMahon,
S. S. Harrison Garnishee.���Judgment
against defendant.
Mack Edwards v.W. E. Medill and E.
A. Medill, and the Snowflake Lime Co.
���Judgment for plaintiff.
Henry Mason v. W. E. Medill et al.���
Judgment for plaintiff.
E. Weeks v. John A Coryell.���Judgment for plaintiff.
Edward B. Newlands, Garnishee in re
Geo. F. Watson v. E. Fisher.-Judgnient
against defendant.
D. L. Barclay and J. J. Harris v. Frank
Donald.���Judgment for defendant.
Herbert W. Young v.Thomas McAuley
and Ewing Keightly.���Adjourned,
plaintiff to pay costs of day and provide
security before proceeding.
Che Chung v. Wm. D. Glaze.���Judgment by consent in $66.    No cOHts.
P. BurnB & Co. v. E. J. Edwards.���
Judgment for plaintiff.
M. E. Frazee v. E. J. Edwards.���
Judgment by consent.
Casper Aspaas v.II. B. Madden & Jas.
Dallas.���Nonsuit.
Robt. V. Caldwell v. Geo. Findlay,���
The Greenwood Electric Co.���Judgment
for plaintiff.
Tho Midway Trading Co., Ltd., v. M.
Moron.���Judgment for plaintiff.
The A. II. Sperry Co., Ltd., v. Elmer
J. Kdwards.���Judgment for plaintiff.
R. C. Lacy v. W. E. Northrop,���Judgment for defendant.
John R. Jackson v. David L. Barclay.
���Judgment for plaintiff.
THE CITY   COUNCIL
Notice of By-Law to Change
Direction oi Streets.
POLES TO BE POT  IN  FIRMLY
The   Greenwood   Street  Flume   and
Grade Up Again���I. H. Hallett
Objects to Taxation,
Two Cent Stamp Book,
The Postoffice Department is now issuing small books of two cent stamps,
each containing twelve stamps of that
denomination. Each book consisting of
two pages of six stamps each interlined
with wax paper to prevent sticking, and
of a convenient size to carry in the
pocket or pocket-book. The price at
which these Btamp books are sold is 25
cents each, one cent in excess of the face
value of stamps contained therein being
At Monday night's meeting of the
city council there were present the
Mayor and Aldermen Bannerman, Galloway, Sharpe, Sullivan and Sutherland.
After reading and adoption of minutes,
the following communications were disposed of.
From |W. G. McMynn, county court
registrar, asking use of council chamber
for sittings of county court. Request
granted.
Twoconimunications from C, F. Alston
re examination of plumbers. Received
and tiled.
Petition from Miller Bros, and J. W.
Nelson, asking council to remove flume
on Greenwood street, between Copper
and Government, and that a sidewalk
be put in its place. Council decided not
to grant request unless petition distinctly express the wish to have sidewalk on street grade. Mr. Nelson being
in the cnuncil chamber, the petition
was returned to him, and In- afterwards
handed it in amended to have sidewalk
laid to established grade. Referred to
street committee, and a motion by Alderman Sharpe, seconded by Alderman
Sutherland, passed the council that
clerk be instructed to notify city engineer to prepare profile of that portion of
Greenwood street between Copper and
Government, and that same be accepted
by council as established grade.
Petition, from ' W. S. Fletcher and
otherB, that Lone Lake street be opened
from Greenwood to Lincoln, and that
waterworks system be extended along
Baid street.   Received and filed.
Alderman Galloway gave notice of bylaw to change direction of Government,
Long Lake, Skylark and Summit streets
to conform with Dundee street.
Alderman Galloway reported name of
person dumping garbage near cemetry,
and on motion of Alderman Sharpe,
seconded by Alderman Sullivan, the
clerk was instructed to notify party that
"f garbage was not removed proceedings
would be taken at once.
The question of taking up crossings on
Copper street to allow horse racing, was
introduced. Alderman Sharpe moved
and Alderman Sutherland seconded, that
if the celebration committee considered
it necessary, the street crossings on
Copper street be taken up. The ayes
and nays were ealled for ou the motion,
the mayor and Aldermen Bannerman,
Sharpe, Sutherland and Sullivan voted
aye, and Alderman Galloway, nay.
j (Moved by Alderman Sharpe, seconded
by Alderman Bannerman, that city engineer be instructed to notify telephone
and electric companies to have poles
placed firmly in the ground.- Carried.
A letter was read from I. II. Hallett
tendering cheque for $59.76 as payment
in full of taxes, and claiming that action
of court of revision in raising assessed
value of his property was illegal, therefore amount of taxes charged to him was
excessive. On motion of Alderman
Galloway, seconded by Alderman Bannerman, the letter was referred to the
city solicitor, for opinion at next meeting of council.
Moved by Alderman Bannerman, seconded by Alderman Sharpe, that clerk
notify A. II. Sperry & Co. to remove
warehouse from Boundary avenue. Curried.
By-law No. 48, to improve and widen
Silver street was rend a third time.
By-law No. 47, to raise by way of loan
the sum of $3,000 for current expenses,
was read a first and second time.
Messrs. Duncan Roes and W. M. Law,
from the celebration committee, requested city council to wire invitations
to city councils of Kootenay and Vale to
be present at the celebration. Request
complied with.
Moved by Alderman Bannerman, seconded by  Alderman  Sharpe, that city
ing chief commissioner  of la mis   and
works for appropriations to make roadr.
to Whites and Kimberly camps
Council then adjourned.
THE HARTFORD GROUP.
The  Hartford Ore Is   the   Richest in Wellington Camp.
The Hartford group, situate in Wellington camp, consists of Hix claims, viz.,
Hartford,    Hartford    fruition,    (iolden
Crown traction, Nabob fraction, Double
Kagle fraction and Hanger. They Were
all staked by Messrs. II. L. Jones and
John Rogers of Grand Forks, the Hurt-
ford and Ranger being located iu June,
1895, and it is on these two claims that
most of the work is being done. On the
Hartford a vertical shaft has been sunk
100 feet and at Ihat depth 152 feet of
drifting has been done all in ore of excellent quality, Biiniples nf which have
given assays of 20 per cent, copper, making it the richest ore in the camp.
There are also three other shafts on the
claim, one 35 feet and two others each
1(1 feet deep, all showing good bodies of
high grade ore.
On the Hanger a vertical shaft has
been sunk to a depth of 80 feet, disclosing a ledge of copper ore, which also
carries good gold values.
This group of claims was bonded last
fall by a syndicate composed of Mr. II.
N. Galer, assistant secretary-treasurer
ol the (iranby Smelter, Giand Forks,
and Mr. Wm. Farwell, general manager
of The Eastern Townships Bank, Sherbrooke, Que., and others, Mr. Galer being the local manager. The bond was
for $35,000 cash and a large block of
stuck. A payment of 12,250 was paid on
15th inst. This makes the third payment made already, leaving but one
more to make. At presnt a Davis horse
whim is used for hoisting purposes, but
the company are so well satislhnl with
the property that tbey have decided to
install machinery at an early diite, and
as soon as this is done the Hartford will
be a regular shipper.   Midway Advance.
McINNIi STILL IN IT
The Review Mine-
One of the very lirst of the best mines
to be located in the Myers creek district was the Review. Early in 1897,
Robert Allison and John Mulholland
sank their first discovery shaft on this
property.    Surface showings were excel-
The Lieutenant-Governor Hits
Back.
IS A CORPORATION CONSPIRACY
Blames Sir Wilfrid Laurier���His Correspondence With Ottawa Was
Labeled Confidential.
Vancouver, B. ('., June 26.���Kx-Gov-
Mi'lnni-s opens a ten-column vindication
of his position in regard to the Senilin-
Martin and Dunsmuir administratisiih,
in the World to-day, with the specious
words : "Having been officially deposed
by the Laurier government." Then he
goes on .n a lengthy address to the people of Britisli Columbia to say that he is
now free for the lirst time to say a word
publicly in self-defence against charges
made against him. He declares that
the people of Hritish Columbia have
overwhelmingly ratified his conduct in
calling upon Martin. He says he has
never been allowed to say anything in
his own behalf. He refers to his official
reports to Ottawa, and adds: "Hut Sir
Wilfred did not see fit to lay these ro-
ports or any of them, before parliament,
although asked by the Hritish Columbia
members to do so; and yet, although
not a word I had to Bay in my own defence was allowed to go before you, it
was given out that you were tho judges.
Is this British justice? Is this Hritish
iair play?
"A week after the elections a majority
of ths newly elected members of the legislative passed a resolution in secret
session, at a party convention, asking
Sir Wilfred Laurier to dismissmo. And
Sir Wilfred Laurier, although he had a
few days before declared that the matter should be left to the legislature to
decide, promptly obeyed the resolution,
passed in secret session and at a party
convention.
"I defy any member of the Dominion
government, or anyone else, to point to
a single act of mine in connection  with
lent   and as  development   proceeded,
their expectations were fuliy   realized   the dismissal of the Semlin government
,  .       , clerk be instructed to draw a cheque for
charged for the   cost  of   binding,   etc.   ���.,,_* ���    , ,      , ,     .-
-,__ _        .._.__    .____,   i   , .,       $300 in favor of  celebration  committee.
Carried.
The cover contains postal information
which will be iseful to the public.
If you   want to   take   vour girl for a
drive g". a rig from Robbins & Harvey.
On motion of Alderman Bannerman,
seconded by Alderman Sharpe, the clerk
waa instructed to draft a petition, ask-
and then it was that capital seeking investment saw the possibility of making
a producer of the prospect. Accordingly,
Messrs. McEntire, McDonnell & Co., of
Greenwood, B. C, mnde arrangements
to take over the property, and in the
latter part of 1899, a company was
formed for the purpose of more extensively developing the property. Proper
and business-like preparations were
made and at the present date a tunnel
into the side of the mountain following
the lead has been cut to a distance of
305 feet. From the mouth of the tunnel
running a distance of 260 feet a winze
was sunk 74 feet deep. From the bottom of the winze development was still
carried on 130 feet on the line of the
upper tunnel, exposing the vein for the
full distance of 30 feet further beyond
the face of the upper tunnel, Stuping
will be carried on from the lower drift
to the upper works. Operations closed
at this point for the purpose of making
further and more extensive arrange*
nients for future development. The
management then decided to run a tunnel at a distance of 200 feet beiow the
lirst one, and three eight hour shifts
were consequently set to work to drive
it.
This new tunnel will be 5x7 in the
clear, alter running 000 feet on the lead
following the foot wall will give a depth
of 500 feet below the surface. At the
present time more than 1000 tons of ore
lie on the dump and out of 238 samples
taken from all parts of the lend an average assay of $111.00 has been obtained.
This remarkable showing means much
to the owners and much to the camp at
large, for ome let a dividend payer he
produced and the camp's future is assured.���Holster Drill.
Clifford J. Back, resident manager of
the War Eagle, was in town yesterday
wearing a broad smile, as usual. This
time, however, the cause was ascertained
to be the encountering of an ore chute
in the raise. The raise is being made in
the west drift, 160 feet from the bottom
of the 100 foot shaft. Thus farthe workmen bave raised through eleven feet of
good chalcopyrite, and are still driving
through it. While the management of
the mine are not saying much about it,
it is evident that they are not a little
pleased at this strike. Tests of the ore
are now being made.���Pliumix Pioneer.
and the formation of the Martin government, or up to the very day of my dismissal, that cannot be upheld and justified by precedents established by the
l.ibeaals themselves from the time of
Pitt, the grsat commoner, to the present
time. Upon the defeat of the Semlin
government, I was convinced tnat Mr.
Martin was the man best fitted to assume control, under thu circumstances
as they then existed.
"At the same time I had been made
aware that Mr. Martin was distasteful to
Sir Wilfred Laurier'* government, and
that if I considered my own interests
merely, I should under nocircnnistunces
call upon him. And immediately upon
the defeat of the Semlin government I
was made fully aware also that the great
corporations, whose metallic influence
is apparently all powerful at Ottawa,
would do their utmost to have me politically asassinated if I should dare to call
upon Mr. Martin.
"I refused to resign, although 1 had
previously offered to do so on several
occasions, ior had I resigned under
such circumstances it would have been
construed as an admission that I was in
the wrung, and Sir Wilfred would have
been relieved entirely from having had
to devise a justification formy dismissal.
1 may say also that I received instructions from the secretary of state last
August respecting the attitude which I
should adopt in certain matters towards
my ministers. But the secretary of
slate saw lit to convey those instructions
which I obeyed implicitly, in the form
uf a letter marked " confidential," aon-
seqtiently I am not free to publish it.
And yet, when I continued to follow
those instructions in my attitude
towards the Martin administration, the
secretary of state complained of my having done so, but again tinder cover ol a
letter marked 'strictly confidential'."
The prisoners who escaped from tho
lockup last week have been located.
Doc Elwood is in Holster, P. Murphy
in Republic, and the last heard of the
two boys they were in S|K)kane. It is
not probable that an attempt will be
made to extradite any of them. The
officials here are willing to let them remain in the I'nited States. Sooner or
later they will all wear the HtrijH-s in
some place of detention in Uncle
Sam's   territory. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I. H. HALLETT. H. C. SHAW.
HALLETT & SHAW
GKEEHWOOD, B. C.
Barristers, Solicitors,    <��bie Address
& Notaries Public.        "fc-itw-."
Codes:   Bedford McNeill's,  Moreing
& Neal's, Leiber's.
centagein favor  of  the  dealer   wns  so   ���WftV��WiArt��V��V'.YiV^
great that tlie game  was  placed   under j g ���	
the same restrictions as that of highway 18      CJall   find   CJet
robbery and burglary.     In  Montana
faro was   licensed  aud roulette prollib
A   M.   Whiteside. Clive   1'kiniu.f..
PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.
Offices:  Over iinnk of Montreal,
INIjltni I.KAMV. 1. P, MVKHS OKAY
��� ���LEAMY & GRAY��� ���
Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries
Public.
Offices:���George Hloek,
CopperStroet
J. R. BROWN,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
and NOTARY  PUBLIC.
FLOOD BLK., GREENWOOD.
^RM-McLEOD^
Barrister and Solicitor
George Block, Room 9,
GREENWOOD B. C.
BAUER &
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A. E. Ashcroft,    Re5ident
Representative.
FLOODNADEN BLOCK.
A. C. GALT,
Barrister,  Etc., Rossland.
Postoffice Bnildintr    -    -    -    Telephone 47.
H. M. KEEKER,
MINING and REAL
ESTATE BROKER.
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SUITED.
We  have an excellent stock
of MEN'S SUITS made for
SPRING and SUMMER TRADE
of 1900.
NOTHING OLD-FASHIONED ABOUT THEM.
Goods are Right; Prices are Right.
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iteil. In Greenwood, roulette is allowed
innl faro prohibited. In (ireeuwooil
roulette wheels aro owned by one nnui
who lias in sonic way become the die
tator in the matter of gaihbiing. His
games and his onlyare allowed lo run,
while all others are prohibited. He docs
not spend any  money  here.     All  the
profits of his wl Is go to Spokane; and
the profits aro large, us is shown by il��'   5
fad. tluil the wl 1  formerly run in the \"
Clarendon   hotel building  netted   tho
owner more than two thousand  dollars,   ;
in less thafl three  months.    The oilier
wheels   are doing equally   ndl.     Tin
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THE WATCHMAKER
Is now incut.0 on Greenwood Btreet
OPPOSITE THE NEW
RENDELL BLOCK.
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J. F. Rodgers.
Live Chickens
For Sale
At the Market of
P. BUNRS & CO.
ol a dealer, I2J-J per cent, of the net profits of the wheel fov rent, and perhaps a
few dollars for "miuaring" purposes. If
each of the other three �� heels do as well
for tin- owner, and there is no reason
why tin",' should not, the owner is
cleaning up and taking oul of circulation in the city every muni h upwards of
%'i. ,lHl(l. This is n matter j.hut should receive the Burinus consideration of the
police commissioners.
The Colonist says Mr. Dunsniuir and
his colleagues look u political risk when
they joined hands In the recommendation to the i iovernor-l leneral asking for
the dismissal of Mr, MoInneH, The
trouble with "the colleagues" was that
they thought they would l>e running a
greater risk in not signing the memorial.
They were prepared to Bwallow their
oaths or anything else that stood in the
way of their retentioiKto ollice. They
ran the risk of dismissal al the hands of
the lieutenant-governor if they did sign
and they were sure of being turned down
by the convention if they did not Bign.
In the former eventuality, they stood a
chance of being called on again by
another premier; in the hitler, they
would  have been  beyond  all   hope  of
cabinet preferment.    An oath is a hazy  So ��i
nothing balanced again*, the latter dire j (^JJJJ^JL2JUUUL2JI-JLJLOJUUUUULiUU
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....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   sn 00
Per i'.i" I",-i. .Iiist iv
pclveil from England.
Apply lo
J. C. T. CROFTS,  Hon HVil P. i'. Xelsou, li (!,
a_tt_Kiirs-_��i_��>:3_
TT^cT^TTTTX^T^=TTTT^VO'~irO'lQ
BOUNDARY   CREEK  LOAN  AND  MERCANTILE
*J*      S>      AGENCY. THOMAS   MILLER, Manager	
A. R. HEYLANI),
Mines  and    Minora!   Claims Stir
Vi-yeil.
(iRonoi! Bi.t;., i ireenwood, 13, ('.
I. Arehci
Real Estate, nines, Insurance.
OFFICE:     Corner   Copper   and   Deadwood    Streets
l). F. Mil-Ill,'.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle &��� Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
Without wishing to cast reflections on
the city police and license commissioners and the excellent force under them,
it might not be out of place to suggest
that if there are many more cases of
jail-breaking, the ratepayers may become suspicious and ask for an investigation. A few months ago, one of the
prisoners made a most miraculous escape from the city lockup, not even going to the trouble of using the door, He
simply vanished, leaving the cell door
locked. Friday night or Saturday
morning four prisoners escaped. There
was nothing supernatural about this
free jail delivery, the prisoners having
left a fairly good carpenter's kit to show-
how they made their escape. The coll
of a city lock-up iB not a very good place
to store carpenters' tools. This is more
especially true when the cell is occupied
by prisoners charged with burglary.
The Miner would respectfully draw
the attention of tlie police and license
commissioners to the fact that there are
lour roulette wheels doing business in
the city, and that tho city police should
be instructed to seize the wheels arreHt
the owner, and allow the police magistrate to decide whether the game is illegal or not. Our police commissioners
are doubtless ignorant of the existence
of these wheels, as are also the city police. Now that they know that gambling
is being carried on in tlie city, they will
of course see that the evil is discontinued.	
In Montana, when [gambling was
licensed by the legislature of that state,
roulette was prohidited because the per-
A line line of Colored Shirts, also nice
silk front ai bargain prices at ii. !���'.
Williams.'
The New Lieutenant-Governor,
lion. Sir Henry Gustuve Joly de
l.othinicre, who will succeed Thomas 11.
Mclnnes as Lieutenant-Governor, is tin-
eldest sun of the late Guspnrd Pierre
Gustavo Joly, a Huguenot native oi
France, who became Seigneur de Lot-
bintere hy his marriage with Julie Christian Chartierde Lotbiniere, grand daughter of the late Marcpiis de Lotbiniere,
engineer-in-chief of New Prance. Sir
Henry was horn in France in 1829, and
was educated there, and, coining to
Canada, look up the study of law, being
admitted to tlie Quebec bar in 1855.
He was returned to the Canada assembly in lSlil for the county which bore
his name, and took a prominent part in
the. confederation debates, opposing the
union of the provinces. In 1807 hi' was
returned to both the house of commons
and provincial legislature, and remained
a member of both bodies until 1S74,
when dual representation was abolished,
and be resigned his seal in the Dominion House, lb' led Ihe opposition in
the provincial assembly until 1K7S, when
he became premier, which position he
held for a year. For the nest lour years
be was again leader of the opposition,
In 1885, ho retired from public life, on
account of his disapproval of the Liberal
party in respect to tile Kiel rebellion,
but, reappeared in 1898 as a delegate to
tbe reform convention at Ottawa. From
that time be took ti prominent part in
the campaign which resulted in thel.ih-
erals being returned to power in 1898,
and, being elected lor Paatneuf, was
made minister of Inland Revenue, lie
is a member of the Church of England.
Two sons are officers in tbe British army,
serving in India.
(I. I'. Williams iias Ladies'Trimmed
and  Untrimmed   Hats,  all  the  latest
shapes and stylos,    Call and see them.
(into Wendell's Arcade tor   up-to-date
gent's furnishings.
WHEN YOU WANT
TIIK BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATION A1! Y
and  HOUSE  PLANTS CO TO
Munro's, KSSlS,
COPPER STREET.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE,
GREENWOOD, B, C.
Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
WALTER WATERLAND, Prop.
V__^_S_1 A- Finely Equipped  Bar,
S%^ Board by Day or Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
. BeBt"of Cusine Service. Rooms
;\ neat    und    Well    Kui'iiislicil.
The Waterous Engine Works Co., Limited.
OF   BRANTFORD,   OINT.,
Manufacturers of Engines, ��� Boilers, Saw Mill and Planing
Mill Machinery, Brick Machinery, Link Belt Conveyors, Rock
Crushers, and Hoists, Water Wheels, Etc., Etc.
Second-Hand Machinery, Thoroughly Refitted, Always on Hand.
W. L. LEONARD, Agent,
George Block, Copper Street.
ALSO REPRESENTING:- S
AMERICAN HOIST & DERRICK CO. ej
T. Mc/VVITY & SONS, Brass (binds and Plumbers'Supplies,   ��x
TROY LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO.
W. A. FLEMING it CO., Belting and Mill Supplies.
BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO., Billiard Tables.
Estimates Furnished for Plants of All Descriptions.      ,,
2j)j5_oji_oj)j_j)jij_^^
For BAR MIRRORS. PLATE,
SHEET or C0UL0RED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS. VARNISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS. FiC.
W1UT__8BP-
A. F. ASKEW,
GHANl), FORKS,B.C.
Boundary ('reek ropvuHuntutivoB o. j. \v. M.ller
of Victor]n, who riirrle* th" Inrgesl Btock in
abovu HiK's in h C A- uearlv nil of these
(roods tire Imported via Capo Horn the uhetip
freight i 'X limit's mm torn dual hi a
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
B. C. Pottery Company, Ltd.,
Victoria.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Sewer Pipe, Chimney Pipe, Eire
Bricks, Pressed Bricks flower Pots,
and Fire Proonns Tile.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE 4 4
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
O.I.C."
A. L,. White & Co.       second hand store.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
C       Vit ��       li Kl   ii       EM(JIME_KS. _01L_Kffl.Ali.JSKS
UlllllltC     0_     ADICll,    MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS
Our mnclifno shops aro now complete and wo aro prepared to do tlie heaviest aliun of work:
Oro cars, Oro buckets, shafting, hangors and pulloya, Pipe work a specialty, UsUiniitos glvijn
mi nil ola8sos of work.   Pumps always tn stock.
cj-nn-wn ti awti   ���M-antiT'KnjDV.     lull sai.K:   One 26 ll. P. Iiorlsontal engine,
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:    Bxl2,  one8511. V. return tubular boilor.  One
In ll. I', portable engine and boiler, on skids. Loco. type.   One 6-foot Pol ton wheel with una feel,
s to li,s[iinil riveted pipe.
Rossland, ���^__V���U^^JfeJ2S.
BELTINQ.
Users of this article would do well to examine our stock n tbis line. We
carry a larger assortment than any otlier dealer in tbe Province. Tbe Electric
Brand of Rubber Belting we stock is not excelled by any otlu tt..V���:e. It is used
by all tbe large mills in tbe Province. We carry it in stock up to 22 inches, and
Leather Belting up to l(i indies in width.
McLennan, McFeeley <S_ Co., L,td.
Vancouver, B. C.   Wholesale Hardware.
Agents for the Giant Powder Co., San Francisco,   and   for  the   Majestic  Steel
Range, St. Louis, Mo.
Branch Stores at Dawson, Atlin, and Bennett Cities.
Service for the year 1900 v/ill
be commenced JUNE 10.
The "Imperial Limited"
takes you across the Continent in four days without
change. It is a solid vesti-
buled train, luxuriously
equipped with every possible essential for the comfort and convenience of
Passengers, Ask your
friends who have traveled
on it, or address
W. F. ANDERSON, E. .1. COYI.K,
 T. I'. A.' Molson,       a. il. P, A., Vane.
WESTERN     FEDERATION   UK   MINERS
The Greenwood llrauoli of Un; Federation
meets hereafter   In Union intll. Silver street
at7::io p. m, every Saturday evenlug
WALTER LONG "
Secretary, \
1
\
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
The Knocker.
The following, taken froni the Nelson
Economist, might be applied to Greenwood :
"Every house or city didided against jj
itself gbiill not stand." Tluse were the j
words of the Divine Master to the I'har
isees, nineteen hundred year. ago. and S
they have never lost their force through .?
the intervening centuries. We Lin-lid
to comment on ibis deliverance onac-|||
count of the peculiar state ol affairs pr
vailing in this city at tbe present urn
Half-al-dozen cliques, eaehuiie more iu- %
signilicuiil and vail,ii.- than the other
are doing all Lhey possibly canto pre
judice Hi" future of the city. Kitcl
would raflier reign in ball thuii serve in   '2
heaven, and < SKujutmlly   we are  grail- , i
ii.'II-, ��� 11111111:��� Mil iii" Mil,..is i,[ inevitable    ���
destruction,     in  the   language  "i   the   ,1
streets, H knock ir" got-m around from    \
'l'i> tu da,   seeking  Borne  reputation lo    [
tarnish, hi some industry to.des.trO)',    i'
the ''knocker'* does not see prospect* -,i
pi'eli'iineiii for himself, hi-  irn liuti ly
resolves i" ruin - m  more  foi'tnn-    'i
^fefl^
<a>.
���a   ��J%1   4___*   5^5
The. Center of the
a - ���..... ���"-*--���'
Great Gold
and-      .. .
Copper
Mining
amp
The "k'nookei''"mliy   lie-a   uiyslerinu.- s|   (~\C
l'i-llm\ wli" -inili-s luiuuiuglv and speaks Z,
pleasantly to his neighbor,   while at the s!   S~*
saiiii'ni'iiiieiii In-is hatchings   fiendish , ;_���!    V^ai-VOIl
plot to''ruin trim.     Ik-  has drunk cop- �����
imisly   from  ih''  fountain "i   blighted g   Z"13^
hopes,  and is determined  thai   others      ���    V_^i CCK..
shall join-bun in the bitter cup.     Lack-, .<
ing ability t-q accomplish anything, Mas |j        :,       ��*�������!�������
ter Shallow "knocks" his more fortunate *���
and capable neigh bor,    V-eiioin  and Ue- i        High  assays, large
caption  an-  thu principal waret   in   In- .'jj    showings.   *******
"lock of trade,  and like quadrupeds ol h    _
Strong company operating there.->,���*-.�����_*
Sawmill being erected.^ ** <�� **1** ���< ���_���*
Roads being built by
the company to the
city.*** ** **. v* v*�� J-
the ge'nus Me.phi.tlB, wherever his loath-1 ���.:
soiin- presence is manifest his fetid odor 3
ii- noxious and destructive,
Society ostracizes the burglar, yet the ��� ���
"knoi'ker" is free to co,ine aud go wherever he listeth. This iiiaki'Liin an iuliu-
itely greater menace.tu the well-being i I
society than ihe burglar. Weknow thai ,
once Ihe burglar has-,been placed behind the liiu> hi- relations with societj
become somewhat strained, and bis predatory ini'lirnit.iihis di-i'lili'dI\ obntracted
inr ll;,- time heiug, bul the "knueker"
Bailies forth il) tho morning, and per
pelrales a, ig thai cannot be reached by
Ihe laws o|'the land "Who steals my
purse steals trash : 'lis something, noth- S
ing : 'twas mine, 'lis his, and has been .';
Slave to thousands: hut he that lib-lies ���&'
from nie'niy good.(lame, rubs me of that :;
which not enriches bini'y and makes me S
poor indeed."
In various ways does the "knocker"
carry on operations. ��� .'or instance, he
has a spite againsl Smith, He ..lues not
break into Smith's bouse and rob him ol
bis silverware,' The "knocker would be
loo 'cowardly to attempt or even contemplate such an act. lie siinplj hints that
although Smith has valuable plate in his
house  it is probably not paid   for,  and
Business    C
Lots -       - S>
75
Residence
Lots
*   and $J25
fljfWfwWwWmWM
l.o.i. .GRoutr**''
3.M0.UL GROUP.
���'Bfl'RNCTTfl GROUP.
g'lfrlEYCMER GROUP,
��.; -5W1LIV/IM * Y1APDE LL
Bou/YPR
TOR    PARTICULARS    APPLY    TO
W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon City.    ��     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. C.
iin.vtta.     a-    mows  maii.N    I lings   a lout : i  Hnnsmrmm.���
the gentleman  in question  and only, an I Jwnrmrm rrm    ���,., ���.i.-m   ..<.<���   ������     ���	
emphatic desire i" keep inviolate certain
confidences reposed'in him by Hon, John
.bines prevents .him irom mentioning
other matters very much to the discredit !
of Mr. Smith, and concludes by remarking, "of course, I do nol want to say
anything about it." .Tliusthe "knocker"
creates a false impression about Smith.
The foregoing is only one of the specialties of the "knocker.'1
We havfi the besl horses and rigs in
the Boundary district, aud our prices
are right. Call ill a lid Hud out for yourself.     I'alai'i- Livery Stables.
Ladies, conve in. -uid s nr range of j
pretty Iu-Iis.   i i. F. U illiams,
Big bargains in Uent,s Clothing and |
l-'iii'iiishiiigs.' i:. I'. Williams.
m      mt
**' ?
Pin- tiling 10 use lor
II.M'I'Kh HANDS ANh THE FACE IS
Wiicfo Siassei and Cucumber Cream
...at MILLER BROS.,
Greenwood, B. C.
DRUGGISTS snd JEWELLERS.
r> p^^^inrrrnrnrnr-TFnrTYT^ a<*
SUPERIOR   LINE   OF   CIGARS.
MORENA,
INTERIOR and
MINER.
Made by INLAND CIGAR MFC GO. of Kamloops. II. C.
Brands:
CLEAR  HAVANA   FILLER
*_* ���� dt <�� ><% _tg _g _g
Greenwood
Hardware Co.,
T. G. WATSON,
M.magci-,
 ASoppcr Street,
Have Jusl recolvoil
some ol those wonderful
Blue Flame Oil Stoves.
They, ensi )__��� iliini n com till
hour���itons away ivlth tho dla-
cotiiforl ol nn overheated
kltchun
...Only  $12.00...
Shelf and Heavy
Hardware,.**** ********
Tinware, Graniteware,
Miners'  Supplies,
Jdsscjk and Leonard's
Celebrated Steal.
There Is nls" in' connection ���
, a tally er_.i|ppoa. up-to-date
...Tin Shop...
fej8 <J& .<��* ��r> _S* fe5�� feJ�� <c&
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN    IS   MADE   BY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK    FOR
Lager
cer.
%
y The Elkhorn  La-
V        -.     ,;' ger   Beer   contains
J          , W only pure Mail
dp? Huns.   Tryitl
Nothing but B. C. Union Labor Employed.
I'm: sai.k AT
Arlington, Pioneer, International, Pacific, Rossland,  Ottawa
and Commercial Hotels, H. A. King & Co.
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRY.
\\      f J ' ���- *-' ;' -rm-M  : �� '; ';   i'�� ��--5 9JJLJ^ ��
PA'TiioNMSK
HOME
INDUSTRY.
..:''",r
-    ���-
Ii     Is    itepl   on
Draught m  in   Bottles by all the Lead ' i
ng  Hotels  iu   ibis
District,
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WESTERN PRODUCE CO.,
-  - - CR/iErlWOlIB, B. C. - - -
<7~ Commission  Merchants.
\    Dealers in -
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co.,
-     LIMITED.
Peterborough, Ontario,
CANADA.
Direct Importers of
Fresh Fruits. ** ** .. .,..      ,,. , , ��� ,.,.. ���
n..;���j - r- _ j t-   ���.      ���     LGGS, BUT TER,
Dried | Canned Fruits,    "
Vegetables, Etc. :      CHEESE, LARD, Etc.
8    L,!rgBKConsTgmne.,l Orail5.CS, LCIROnS, BaiiailflS.   fegcg.^IllldOooll
<_000-0-0<>C-<>0-0<><>0 >0<K>00-CM_<KKH>0-<><^
ORES,
rbonated Beverages,
&WsVViVrffViiiiVfV����"iViiimV������Vffi(��t��iV.m^^ ���
% w,itefur. Awnings and]
>   Prices on . O
Tents, . .     .
|F.O.BERG,^:^o���. j;
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The GEM RESTAURANT * Open Day and Night.
���       ...         w Lunches Put Up. .�����
^LUNCH COUNTER,      *      .    . ...  '
Ooppor St., reenneed.      t MealS at  All  HdlirS.
w 	
gsat. m BOTTLING WORKS,
d^m^SmWsW^tf GREENWOOD and GRAHD t
h^rWilM M,i,���ii,ie,r,:s A!| Ki ds 0j Carbo
wMMm '��;
Agent* l"i THE HON BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
Tlie l.iir'.-'-t Brewery Iu I'.nu-ii Columbia,
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
Eholt Meat Market,
A I 11.1, SIll'l't.Y nl'
FRESH MEATS.SAUSAOE.Elc
P, BURNSiS CO.      Klhil.T, li. C,
k. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Midway is to have a brass band.
Robert Wood left for the coast yesterday. ,
Sheriff Morris, of Kamloops, was in
the city Tuesday.
Brook trout for sale at the Gem re��-
tauran', Copper street.
A communication referring to city
affairs crowded out this issue.
Fresh mountain trout always for sale
at the Gem restaurant, Copper street.
James Kerr returned from the West
Fork of the Kettle rivor on Wednesday.
M. J. Heney, the raiiway contractor,
arrived in the city on Monday evening's
train.
T. Hogan left Wednesday to sink a 2f>
foot shaft on the Little Chief in Skylark camp.
Prof. Odium, of Vancouver, representing the Vancouver World, was in the
city this week.
Werner & Pittock, of tho Gem restaurant and lunch rooms, have brook
trout for sale.
H. S. Cayley came over from Grand
Forks Tuesday, to attend tbe sitting of
tho county court held here.
W. George and T. Edwards left Monday morning to do assessment work on
their Pass creek properties.
Percy F. Godenrath has in charge the
publication of official programme for
sports to-day and to-morrow.
The Miner office has been moved from
the Naden-Flood block to the Arlington
block on Copper street.
Archie Connors came in from Summit
camp Wednesday evening. He is at
present developing tlie Silver Flume.
J. Wi Lind of Anaconda, is receiving
congratulations of hie friends on the
birth of a son, which occurred on tho
24th inst.
If you want to take a nice mess of
brook.trout home with you, call at the
Gem restaurant and lunch room, Copper street.
Harvey & Robins, of the Palace Livery
Stables will give you the best drivers
and the best rigs, and the best saddle
horses in the city.
James and William Hunter, of Hunter
Bros., Rossland, passed through the
city Tuesday homeward bound from a
trip to Palmer mountain.
Frank Clough, formerly foreman of
the Last Chance in Skylark camp, was
taken to Greenwood hospital the past
week, suffering from lung trouble.
H. Kemp, formerly of Kemp & Holmes,
Greenwood, is now in Spokane. Any of
his friends wishing to communicate with
him, a letter addressed to Spokane will
reach Mr. Kemp.
Otto Diller, one of the old-time prospectors of the Boundary distiict, returned
Tuesday from a trip to his home in
Switzerland. Mr. Diller has been gone
about six months and spent a part of
the time in France.
R. Donegin this week finished working on the Hope claim in Skylark camp.
Theshaftis down 80 feet. The Hope
joins the Silver King on the north, and
has a ledge about 30 feet in width, carrying copptr-gold values
J. M. Stephens, R. Clark and J. F.
Hemingway of Phoenix, were in the city
yesterday. Mr. Stephens was making
arrangements for a change in tbe management of the Wyncoop-Stephens company, previous to his taking a couple of
months' holidays. It is understood that
A. H. Sperry will retire from tlie management of the company and Thos. J.
Hardy take his place.
Judge Spinks was in the city Tuesday,
presiding over a sitting of the small
debtors' purgatory. Some fifty odd
cases wore on the docket. Of course,
all could not be attended to in one day,
the judge, as usual, being in a hurry.
The judge is a very busy man, but as a
lightning adjudicator he has no equal on
the bench in Canada. An assistant
county court judge should be appointed,
to clean up the back number cases
which it is impossible for his honor to
take time from his other duties to attend to.
D. A. Cameron, manager of tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, this week received word to go to Seattle for three
months to relieve Mr, Morris, the manager there. Mr. Smythe, of Cranbrook,
will have charge here in Mr. Cameron's
absence. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron will
leave for Seattle about July 5th. During his residence here Mr. Cameron has
identified himself with every movement
for the advancement of the city, and all
classes of the community will regret his
removal. Tho Miner wishes him the
same success and popularity in his new
home.	
CLOSING EXERCISES.
In the PuMlc School. Yesterday .-Freaentalion
to the Principal.
The public schools were closed yesterday for the summer vacation, and the
closing exercises were held, including
presentation of rolls of honor. The
number of pupils enrolled was about 80
YOU Never Saw     "The Slater Comfort Shape."
An Ugly Pair of
Slater Shoes....
i
The "Slater Shoe" ia designed in the twelve foot-fitting
shapes of which tbe "Comfort" is one of the leader.
Has a wide sweeping curve on the outside, full round toe,
roomy at the great toe, high instep aud handsome curves.
Comfortable ns it_ name denotes, a combination
of strength aud appearance.
A catalogue show-
l ing  all   the   shapes,
styles and leathers of
the "Slater Shoe" free to every enquirer.
EvcrypairGoodyearweltedwith makers'
name aud price stamped on the soles.
$3-50, $4.50 and $5.50.
Lnamc and price stamped on tne sole
$3-50, _$4-5��an(1 $5-50-
���     ������mi 111 1    *
and yet many of them cover comfortably most unlovely feet.    Beauty and style without
comfort in shoes is easily attainable.    Comfort without appearance is equally  simple.
It's the combination of these which raises shoe making to an art.    The presence of
this art you realize when you don your first pair of Slater Shoes.
Rendell & Co., Agents.
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :    :
NADEN BLOCK:
GREENWOOD    :
Graduate Pennsylvania
College ol Dental - -
Surgery - - - - -
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate ol British
Columbia-   _   -   _   _
and tho average attendance for the term
about fifty.
All are very sorry to lose Mr. Arthur
File, the principal. The pupils of his
department yesterday presented him
witli a fountain pen. Mr. File will
probably accept a school in the Okanagan district after vacation.
The names of the pupils who won
honor rollsareas follows: Deportment,
Millicent Evans; Proficiency, Edna
Grace Carpenter; Punctuality and Regularity, Warren Robert Parker. In
Miss Laird's room, the roll of honor pupils were, respectively: Andrew Cbris-
tenson, Nettie May Smith and Ray
Parker.
Those who made first rank in their
classes in the principal's room are: 5th
clasB, Edna Carpenter; 4th class, Carrie
Stalling; 3rd class, Zora Koontz; Senior 2nd, George Campbell. In Miss
Laird's room the first rank pupils were:
2nd class', May Smith ; 1st class, Onier
Roberts ; 2nd Primer, Edith Archibald ;
1st Primer, JeBsie Smith.
NEW AND POPULAR
BOOKS...
Now in Stock:���^>
The Lunatic at Large.
J. S. C0ULST0N,
The Scarlet Woman,
JOSEPH HOCKING.
Via Crucis,
F.MARION CRAWFORD.
Vivian of Virginia,
HULBERT FULLER
Janice Meredith,
SMITH & McRAE,
P. L. FORI).
Phone:
V. & If. 34.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
PAPER, MAPS, FARCY GOODS.
People who are accustomed to Hmoking
tho high grade, time honored brands of_
...iyavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when tbey aro even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
TIIK HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
ORDERS RY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
THE   CANADIAN
Dank of Commerce.
Head Office, T0R0HT0.
Established 1867.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
[Six Million Dollars.]
bust  $1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Wai.kkr.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. II. Plummeh.
This bank has the largest number of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencieB at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
terms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted; Colleo-
tions made.
A general Banking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BEANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
....BANK of  MONTREAL....
Capital, ill pal. op, $13,000,000.
Kelt $6,000,000
President:
Lord Sthathcona and Mount Royal.
Vice-President:
HON. IIKIIHUK A. Drvjm-omo,
General Manager U.S.Clovbtod
���o���
Branches in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago,
And in the principal cities in Canada.
���0���
Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and
Cable Transfers; Grant Commercial and
Travelers' Credits, available in any part
of the world.
Drafts   issued,   Collections made, etc.
Greenwood ��� Branch.
T. J. FIrTUCAHE, Manager.
" National,"^^
Finest Rooming
House in tlie City.
Rooms by DAY, WEEK or MONTH.
Bath and Toilet
LIT BY El.KCTRICTY. on cach ||()c).   . .
Mas. E. ARMSTRONG,
Manager	
Greenwood Cigar Store,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS,
SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . . .
Dawson _ Craddock.
CLEANING, REPAIRING,
TENT MAKING,
and Awnings.
ANTOINE MAURIN,
Opposite the Alhambra Hotel,
Deadwood St.
CIGAES, TOBACCO,
FEUITS, CONFECTIONS,
SOFT DRINKS, ETC	
G. F, WATSON,
Copper Street. Greknwood.
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTSMAN, and NOTARY PUBLIC	
 FAIRVTEW, B.  C.	
...All Kinds of...
WOOD AND IRON WORK
DONE AT
Winnett's Carriage and Wagon Shop.
Opposite the Alhambra.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson &Ft. Shephard Ry.Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail routo between all
points East, West and South to ... .
Rossland,
... INelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with tho
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
ANO	
0. E. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "j.'.1 Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Daily tor
GRAM) FORKS and GREERWOOD.
LEAVE, AHIUVE.
10186 a. in, Spokane 7:10 a. m.
12:05 p, m Rossland 5:30 p. in.
9 :;I0 a. in Nelson  8:00p. m.
Night Train.
'.IMS p. in Spokane 7:05 a. m.
11:00 p. in Kossland li:30a, m.
H. A. JACESOH,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Swayne House,
SILVER STREET, OREENWOOD.
...Rooms and Table Board...
The Itest Private
Hoarding House in the City.
...JNGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
������������
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
THE   BANK  OF
British North America.
Established in  18.16.    Incorporated by Royal
Charter.
PAID-UP    CAPITAL $4,S66,.(��
RESERVE   FORD $I,��,0,000
LONDON   OFFICE:
8 Clement's Lane, Lombard St., E. C.
COURT   OF   DIRECTORS:
J. H. Brodi;,, John James Cater, Ua.'pard Far
rer, Richard H. Gl.-n, Henry L. R. Farrer, Ed,
Arthur Home, 11. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kings
lord, I-red Lubbock, Geo. D. Whatman.
A.G.WALL1S Secretary.
Head Office In Canada:   St. James St. Mond
real.   II, Stlkeniaii, Gen. Mgr., J. Elmsley, lust-
BRANCHES IN CANADA:
London, Brantlord, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Midland, Quebec, St,
John, N. B. Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton,
Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,
Trail, Ashcroft, Greenwood, Atlin, Bennett B.
C. andDawBOn City.
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES:
Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old
National Bank. New York���(62 Wall St.) W.
Lawson and J. C. Welsh, agents. San Francisco��� 1.4 Sansome St., H. J. McMichael and J. R
Ambrose, agents.
LONDON   BANKERS:
Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn _ Co.
FOREIGN AGENTS:
Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia-
Union Bank of Australia. Mew Zealand���Union Bank of Australia, Bank of New Zealand,
tndla, China, Japan���Chartered Mercantile
Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank,
West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris���Marcuard
Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.
J.  ANDERSON,  Manager,
Greenwood, B. C.
Rooms to Lot""*^?-
Largo airy rooms, unfurnished, in the best
residence In Anaconda. Terms *jtt per
month.     Apply to
MRS. H. MCKINNEY,
Anaconda.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE Is hereby given that W. 8. Keith
and F. F. Ketchum, doing business as
Real Estate and Mining Brokers under the
lirm name of Keith & Ketchum, have this day
dissolved partnership.
All debts owing to the above Arm will be
paid to F. F. Ketchum.
Signed      W. 8. KEITH.
F. F. KETCHUM.
SCAVENGER
SERVICE......
Persona desiring work in this line
can bave the tame done promptly
by   dropping  a  written   request
with   name and locality, in the
mail box now in   place  at  the
Fire Hall, on Greenwood street.
THE  GREENWOOD   MINER    PRINTING CO. has been appointed agent for
Spokane
Engraving Co.
Orders will be received for rubber
stamps, corporation, notary, and lodge
seals, stencils, metal checks, engravings,
etc., etc Prompt attention to orders
and quick delivery.
���_
3 cars bed room suits,
40 styles.
2 cars chairs 50 styles.    ^eeee��������3>i
1 car brass and Iron beds 25 styles.
1 car bedding,  10 styles of springs,
13 styles top mattresses.
T.M. Gulley &Co.,
Furniture
I %3 U-��-25 L      __, JL.I. ��� ��� ��� ���    1 car upholstry goods, comprising parlor sets, couches, bed lounges, Etc.,
IwrVWrWWvWW 5
FURNITURE.
Undertaking and Embalming.
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