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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 29.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, July 20, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
THE WAR IN CHINA
More Provinces  Joining   the
Movement.
JAPAN   RELUCTANT   TO   MOVE
No Harmony Among the Allies���The
Fight at Tien-Tsin���Chinese
Invading Siberia.
London, July 1!).���Wbile evidence accumulates daily that China lias long
been preparing a formidable military
organization in anticipation of tbe
present conflict is that the spirit of rebellion is continually extending, har
inony among tbe allies, which is necessary to meet such a grave situation, is
still deplorably lacking. The Russians
have refused Admiral Seymour's request to band over the restored Taku
Tientsin railway to the Kuglish com;
puny, and it is rumored that Germany
proposes taking a seriously independent
step, namely, to patrol the Yang Tse
river with German warships. Such a
step would be greatly resented by England. Still more alarming news lias
been conveyed to the Daily Express
from Tokio, to tbe effect that the apparent reluctance of Germany and Russia
to consent to a Japanese commander for
the army corps, has led the Japanese
government to delay the forwarding of
the division already mobilized.
The Standard in an alarmist editorial,
says: " It is useless any longer to hide
from ourselves the fact that China has
declared war on civilization and has
plunged into the conflict with rabid
frenzy. It is equally futile to discuss
whether the hostilities are being waged
by the Chinese government either, as
it is evident that an administration of
some kind exists and is directing the
anti-foreign movement. Unless unmistakable evidence exculpating the I'ekin
government is promptly forthcoming,
the powers should treat China as a
belligerent state and act accordingly."
A similar line of comment is taken by
the other morning papers. All applaud the course of Count Yon Buelow,
German foreign secretary, in stopping
cipher telegrams from the Chinese legation in Berlin, and all urge the powers to follow Germany's example. The
Russian general staff denies the report
that the Chinese have captured Blago-
vetcheusk, tae capital of the province of
Ainui, and it is reported from Irkutsk
that the Russians have captured Aigun.
A special dispatch from Tientsin distributes the number of those killed at
the capture of the native city as follows : Russians, 101); Japanese, r>7;
Hritish, 40, and Americans 37.
The correspondent who sends this
asserts that thousands of Chinese were
killed and that lighting was still going
on when his dispatch was sent in various parts of Tientsin. Willi ruiorencu
to the rumors that Europeans were seen
working the Chinese guns at T. .itsin,
.he Standard leftjips that eight iUssian
military instructors, forcibly d.wined
by the Chinese, were compelled to work
tho gui)s, One escaped and reached the
Russian lines with his liands bound.
A special correspondent to the Daily
Express at Tientsin contrasts the
"splendid work and perfect equipment
of the Japanese" with the " inadequate
supplies of the Hritish, German and
American contingents, which are terribly lacking in the most obvious necessaries." The lirst Boxer proclamation
has made its appearance in Shanghai.
It declares that. Kwan, the war god, desires the blood of foreigners. The governors of the provinces of Hunan,
Hupeli and Hunan have now openly
joined Prince Tuan and are marching
overland with their armies lo Pekin.
A German relief column, sent into the
interior of the province of Shantung, to
endeavor to rescue a party of 30 missionaries, German, American and English, returned without having obtained
any tidings of their whereabouts, and it
js feared that all have been slain.
A special commission is sitting in St.
Petersburg daily to arrange for the dispatch of troops to the far east.
It is announced from Shanghai that
General Nieb has been killed, but there
is no confirmation of the rumor from
Tientsin.
The consuls at Shanghai have agreed
to regard the viceroy of Nankin as the
chief authority, so far as the collection
of revenue is concerned. When the
viceroy was informed of this attitude he
appointed Mr. Taylor, statistical secretary of the customs, to be inspector-general of customs ad interim in succession
to Sir Robert Hart.
Bolster Townsite Sold.
J. W. McBride, who has heen identified with Holster in its progress from its
earliest inception to the present lime,
returned from Greenwood Inst Sunday
where the deal for the transfer of the
town of Holster was consumated. For
the past six months affairs have heen
dragging along Somewhat, and the linal
arrangements are reported as the culmination ol a deal which has heen in
progress during the past six months.
A company has heen formed hy the
name of the Holster Improvement Company, which has for its purpose the buying and selling of lands in Okanogan
county generally, and the improvement
and advancement of Holster particularly.
The company consists of such well
known men as Patrick Welch, John
Stewart, Pete Larsen, Judge L. IL
l'rather of Spokane, and W. M. Law,
H. Taylor, J. J. Caulield, A. Ferguson,
Dr. Foster and Thomas McDonnell of
Greenwood.
It is reported that many new and substantial buildings and improvements
generally are in store for development
in the near future. Many of the above
named men are heavy stockholders in
the Review mine.
With the opening of the reservation
on October 10th next, Bolster may look
for a healthy and perintnent growth,
situated, as it is, in the center of an immensely rich mineral and agricultural
belt.���Bolster Drill.
THE LEYNER DRILL
Work Being Done in Summit
Camp.
THE   LEDGE   ON   THE   SUNSET
A Rich Strike on the Wi.te Group
in South Deadwood���-Work on
the Klondike.
From Strathcona's Horse.
We have been handed tbe following
letter, written by William Brent of
Okanogan Mission to his brother. Mr.
Brent is one of the fifteen men who left
Vernon last winter to enlist in Strathcona's Horse, and bis letter will be read
with some interest:
Maiti.and Camp,     )
May 10, 1900. f
As I have a few minutes to spare I
will drop you a line or two. It may be
of little use, as by the time this reaches
you we may be on our why back to Canada. By all appearances wo aro not
going to see the front, but nre to be
kept down bere to shoe and break
horses for the London Rough Riders,
most of whom have been employed in a
biscuit factory in London and never saw
a horse. We are kept down here for
lack of competent officers, our own,
with the exception of four (out of sixteen), don't know their drill, and we
are actually ashamed of them. If wedo
go to the front I will look out for number one, unless we get better ollicers.
This is " Mafeking Day." The news of
the relief reached us this morning.
Flags of all sizes are flying throughout
the city, and tbe citizens are having a
big time. It seems to me that tbey do
not require us bere, as they have got
more men than tbey can feed now in
the upper country. The men are going
ou hall rations more than half the time.
Mike Holland got the best of us; he
reached here the otlier day and enlisted
iu the Tigers, receiving t,cu shillings a
day. I envy him, as that regiment left
for the front a couple of days ago. This
is a very sandy, rolling country, with
swamps and green hushes all over it.
It is pretty cold and wet hero just at
present, altogether different from the
Okanagan climate.��� Vernon News.
Celebration Committee.
Following is the financial statement
of tlie celebration committee: For the
lirst lime in the history  of  Greenwood
the committee in charge of sports have
a balance to their credit.     Mr. Ehrlich,
the secretary, is to be congratulated :
J-Vll'J i)5
ftiitiance Fees	
     W750
Prizes paid ."..	
Hand	
 $1,697 5o
       loo 00
Kire department	
Sundry items	
Cash iu batik	
       50 00
      4lG '5
      ISS^
$2,411)25
W.   M.   I,AW,
DAVK  DANNlitlMAN,
Julius Kiiiii.icu, Finance Committee.
Secretary.
Miners' District Ollicers.
At the meeting of the British Columbia convention of the Western Federation of Miners, held in Nelson on the
Ithe inst,, the following officers were
elected: President, James Wilkes, Nelson ; vice-president, James Devine,
Rossland j secretary.treaan.rer, Alfred
Parr, Ymir; executive committee, C.
E. Eraser, Rossland; M. H. Kane,
Greenwood; William Davidson, Sandon; II. Dinimock, Moyie, and the
ollicers. It is understood that the convention decided that it was advisable
to take part in municipal, provincial
and Dominion politics.
A party of mining men visited tbe
Tom Thumb mine a few days since to
witness the workings of the new Ley nor
drills that have just been placed in the
mine. J. II. Sanborn, representing the
Leyner Compressor and Drill company,
of Denver, Colo., showed tbe visitors
how the machine was operated and explained the workings in detail. As they
were the first machines of the kind that
have been operated in this sestion tbey
were very much interested. The difference between the Leyner drill and the
Ingersoll and Kami drills, is that the
Leyner drillH are hollow, which permits
a small stream of water to follow the
drill and keep the hole sluiced out.
Tbis obviates the necessity of stopping
the machine except to change drills.
The latter is effected in a much shorter
time than in otlier drills, as it is not
necessary to use a wrench in taking out
a drill or in inserting a now one. It is
claimed they will do more rapid work
and certain it is that nothing could
work better than did these drills.
There was only one drill in operation,
but there are two now at work. Both
are in use in the new shaft, which is
280 feet in depth. The ledge at that
point is 10 feet in width and the average
value of the ore is about $20 per ton. A
station is being cut and a crosscut
started to connect with the workings in
tbe No. 2 shaft, which is 150 feet in
depth. As soon as the station is finished the drift will bo extended south
and also one north from the new shaft.
It is not intended to work in the old
shaft until tile arrival of another boiler,
as there is not enough power to run all
of the drills and at tlie same time do the
hoisting and pumping. On the 150-foot
level, in the south drift, there is a pay
chute 180 feet in length that carries average values of a little over $25 per ton.
There is 80 feet that carries values of
$40 per ton. The ledge 011 this level is
from seven to nine feet in width. The
mine lias also been opened at the 100-
foot level and shows a ledge from six to
eight feet in width, carrying values of
$20 per ton.
All the machinery is first-class and
there is not likely to be any long stoppages in the future. The mine is now
in shape to produce 25 tons of ore daily,
and within the nejft 00, days it will b.e
possible to extract 50. bins daily without
any special effort- Fur the present development work will only he dune, as it
is useless to extract oro until it is possible to mill it,���Republic Miner,
In Summit Camp,
Twelve men aro working on the
R. Hell. The old shaft was tapped hy
the tunnel the past week and all-foot
ledge was discovered. The tunnel is iu
lilO foot. A crosscut to tap the lead is
now being run from the bottom of the
80-foot shaft. It is expected that the
lead will be encountered ut about IK)
feet.
On the Mountain View two shifts are
running a crosscut from the (15-foot
shaft. The crosscut has been run 50
feet and indications are that the lead
will be encountered in the next 20 feet.
John Mulligan has two men working
on bis contract of a 50-foot shaft on the
Silver Plume. The shaft is down 35
feet, all in ore;
On the Bay Iloose fm, open crosscut
has been run 80 feet, and, from Ibis a
20-foot shaft has been sunk. The lodge
is about,'10 feet, giving good values in
copper. The Buy Horse is owned by
George R. Naden and I. II. Hallett of
Greenwood.
On tbe Mollie and Tredwell, west and
adjoining the Jumbo, the lead has been
traced for 300 feet and opened by crosscuts in three places. The work done is
a 20-foot shaft, in ore, and a 25-foot tunnel run on tbe lead. The ore is a
pyrrhotite carrying good copper values.
The Columbus, lying north of the
Summit mine, has been developed this
season to the amount of $500 in cross-
cutsand shafts.   The ore is a quartz car
rying copper and gold. It is owned by
James Cunningham.
On the Summit there are two "hulls
about .'10 feet in depth nnd a 150-foot
tunnel. Tbe oro body is 40 feet in
width, uf quartz carrying copper and
gold values. This claim is owned by A.
Connors and W. A. Corbett.
Frank Dalton is working on tbe Cable, a claim lying south of the R. Hell.
1 lie ore body is quartz, carrying good
copper values.
MINING BRIEFS.
James C. Dale is down from the West
Fork. Mr. Dale was one 01 the first to
locate claims in that district, having
staked the Carmi and Butcher Hoy three
years ago. He reports the mining outlook equal to that of any camp in the
Boundary district. Two and a half tons
of ore have been sent to the Trail smelter as a trial shipment from the Carmi,
but the owners, Messrs. Dale and Kerr,
will not permit large shipments to be
made before the bond is taken up.
R. McCulloch and II. II. Shallon-
berger are working on the Klondyke
and Nordac in West Copper. A 20-foot
surface crosscut has been run, and from
tbis a shaft has been sunk to a depth of
28 feel. The ledge is a large one, on a
contact of lime and porphyry. Tbe values run about $3 iu gold and from 10 to
40 per cent in copper.
F.B.Smith and Melville Lease have returned from James creek, where tbey
were doing work on the Sophie Sharon
claim, owned by E. S. M Barrett
They discovered a ledge of quartz 12
inches wide of solid galena.
A rich strike of pyrrhotite ore was
struck on the Witte group of claims between South Doadwood and Smith's
camp the past week. The ledge is about
four feet in width and carries good values in copper.
On the Sunset group in Deadwood
camp work is being done oil tbe discovery made about a month ago. It is now-
believed that the oro body is the same
as that on the Mother Lode.
Frank Chadler, who has been in
Greenwood for tbe past month under
the doctor's care, left Tuesday for the
West Fork to attend to his mining interests there.
J. Crawford came in from the West
Fork Thursday. He spent a few days
looking over tbe group of claims on
Boomerang creek.
Superintendent Ilutcbins of the
Mother Lode was in the city this week,
the first time sinee his accident on the
9th of June.
Irvine Feeney and A\. S. Embree left
for tbe Main river on Wednesday. Tbey
will be gone a couple of weeks.
Two shitta are crosscuttiug from tlie
(10-foot level on the Butcher Boy in
Deadwood camp.
J. II. Smith was in from Long I_ke
camp Monday, wbere ho is working 011
the Ethiopia.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
John Mack was down from the Athel-
ston Wednesday.
D. J. Mcl.acblan of the Vancouver
Hardware Company, is registered at the
Imperial.
J. !'. Mclntyre, representing J. II.
Ashdown, was in the city Monday and
Tuesday.
M. J. I'heliin left for the West Fork
Tuesday, whore he will probably make
his home.
S. C. Colons, the Fairview merchant,
is in the city and registered at the Hotel
Imperial.
Blake Wilson, general manager of the
I'. Munis tV Co. business, was registered
ut the Armstrong Thursday.
Great reductions in trimmed and 1111-
triniined bats and, millinery. Call and
see for yourself at (i- F. Williams'.
Frank Keyes oi Armstrong was iu
thu city this week. Ho intends going
into the hotel business in Phoenix.
AM Hummer goods to bo sold tit rock
bottom prices. C01110 and see ns before
buying elsewhere.    G. F. Williams.
Campbell Sweeny, manager of the
Hank of Montreal in Vancouver, is in
thecity registered at the Hotel Armstrong.
G. F. Williams, the merchant, left
this week for Xew York and other eastern cities to make purchases for his
business. He will be gone about a
month.
I). Stewart and wife of Spokane were
registered at the Hotel Imperial this
week. Mr. Stewart is 011 a tour of inspection of American customs houses on
tbe Colville Indian reservation.
Wall Paper, H. C. Holden.
Tbe band ball at Midway on Tuesday
last was 11 success financially and otherwise.    Over sixty couples were present.
W. VV*. Howe has taken charge of tbe
Commercial hotel. Mr. Howe is personally popular and will draw a large
patronage to the house.
D. A. Mackenzie, who bus bad charge
of the grocery department of the Hun-
Icr-Kendrick company bere for the past
year, leaves for a visit to his home in
Asblield, Huron county, Out, Monday.
O.O. Guise and John McKenzie of
Westbridge were in the city Monday.
They report the wagon road to Canyon
City completed. Several freighters
were over tbe road Saturday and Sunday.
The Methodist and Baptist churches
hold union services next Sunday. Rev.
II. Saunders, P.. A., will preach in tbe
Methodist church at the morning service and at the Baptist church in the
evening.
James Marshall of Phoenix arrived in
the city on Saturday's train after an absence of three months iu tbe old
country. Mr. Marshall has been 011 a
visit to his relatives in Scotland, and
also visited the Paris exposition.
J. C. Olsen came over from Molson,
Wash., Thursday, where he is now in
business. He reports quite a boom on
in that town. Thirty-five carpenters
are employed on buildings and about
twenty men are at work grading the
streets.
At the meeting of tbe city council
Monday night the mayor and Aldermen
Bannerman, Cropley and Sutherland
were present. Nothing of special importance came up excepting n notice to
introduce a by-law by Alderman Sutherland to compel barber shops now
being kept open to close on Sundays.
At the last regular meeting of the
Boundary Trades and Labor Assembly
the following officers were elected and
installed: President, G. I). Sankey;
vice-president, 0. W. Stack; secretary,
Thomas Ilenimerle; statistician, W. II.
Pierre ; warden, B. J. Cameron. It was
decided to hold a mass meeting of citizens on Friday night to discuss the Chinese question.
The New York Dramatic company has
been giving entertainments ut tbe Auditorium tbe past week. While the
company is not a very Btrong one, it lias
helped to paBS a few hours away. Tonight " Was She to Blame?" will be put
on. Tomorrow night "Uncle Tom's
Cabin," in seven acts. Tomorrow night
the company will be assisted by members of the Greenwood Dramatic company.
Frank Clough, a miner, died at the
lospital on Tuesday last of Brigbt's disease, aged 38. The remains were
shipped today to Maine, of which stute
he whs a native. Mr. Clough bus been
a resident of Boundary district for about
three years, and was foreman of tho
Last Chance mine in Skylark camp
while operations were being carried on
there. Ho was highly thought of by
thore who were acquainted with him.
I'ercy Godenrath, formerly city editor nf the Daily Times, i_ now traveling
correspondent of the Rossland Daily
Miner. He was in the city Thursday,
returning to Grand Forks the followiug
day on bis way to Spokane. He. will
spend a week iu the Falls City and then
return to Greenwood und tuke in the
Similkameen district. His mother will,
return to I Ireenwood (rum Honslni.il,
where she is now visiting, in about two
weeks.
DEATH OF BORDEN.
Ini' Sob et the Minister of Mllltll Killed  la
Action.
Premier Laurier In the house of commons Wednesday night, made a touching reference to tbe death of Lieutenant
Borden, son of the minister of militia,
killed In action near Pretoria on Tuesday. Young Borden was 23 years of
age, ami was major and in command of
tbe King's Hussars before going to
South Africa. News of young Borden's
death was cabled by Lord Roberts to
the governor-general and was communicated to the militia department.
The deputy minister of militia and
Colonel McDonald, minister of stores,
waited on the premier and got him to
break tbe sad news to Dr. Borden. Tho
father was greatly broken up hut
quickly pulled himself together and
went and told Mrs. Borden. Lieutenant
Borden was six feet three inches, of excellent physique and a splendid horseman.    He weighed 1811 pounds.    He was
studying medicine at McGill before going to South Africa. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I.  II.  HAM.ETT.
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FLOOD-NADEN BLOCK,
II. M. KEEFER,
MINING and REAL
ESTATE BROKER.
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THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Published Tuesday and Friday tit Greenwood,
Britisli Columbia,
J. W. GRIER Manager.
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Six Months J1.25
Foreign, One Year . .$3.00
Payable Invariably In Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at lull
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.
Tin-: Minkii is mi sale at the following places:
Greenwood.
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FRIDAY, JOLY 20. WOO.
If, as is reported, the delegates to tho
Britisli Columbia convention of miners
decided to take an active part in political campaigns, they have taken a step
in the right direction towards the settlement of difficulties between capital
and labor in the mining districts of
British Columbia, It will take a few
years to become thoroughly organized,
and then it will be impossible for an
agitator, under the name of president
of a mine owners' association, to paral-
lize the most important industry of the
province. During the depression of '93
a large number of trades unionists were
compelled to leave the coast cities and
travel eastward in search of work. In
the fall of that year some fifty odd
printers arrived in Winnipeg with the
expectation of picking up an occasional
meal ticket. The majority of these
typographical tourists were from the
coast cities. The coast printer al that
lime was not given to over-indulgence
in bard work, lie only wanted a couple
of days per week, the remainder of tho
lilne he was not only willing but anxious
to devote to "fixing" things union in
the Prairie City. The old time and moro
conservative Winnipeg printer looked
upon him as dangerous and a menace to
the established customs and the traditions of unionism, and oven went so far
us to call him a " coast wind-bags." But
the coast, men kepi agitating. Iu the
spring of 'III a trades council was
formed, unorganised trades were organized, and political action was made
one of the fundamental principles of
trades unionism in that city. A few
months ago the City of Winnipeg elected
Arthur AV. Puttee, on of tbe "coast
wind bags," as her representative in the
Dominion parliament' This was accomplished by working continuously
with the object in view of legislation
as the only solution of the capital-
labor problem. The trades unionists of
Kootenay and Yale, by registering all
their qualified voters, can elect whom
tbey choose in either dominion, provincial or municipal campaigns.
The Journal of the Department of
Labor, published monthly by the government of New Zealand, was left at
the ollice of tbe Miner this week. They
are a queer people, those New Zealand-
ers. They have neither paupers nor
millionaires.     Tbe   government owns
and runs the railways, and though the
rates are only about half those charged
by th ) C. P. R., the roads are paying.
Strange, is it not ? The government
loans money to settlers at 5 per cent,
with the privilege of paying back the
whole or any part of the principal at
at any time. The financiers of New
Zealand must have made a mistake in
regard to the interest value of money,
as prominent bankers of Canada, who
have given much thought to the subject,
consider money to be worth from 12 to
84 per cent, per annum. Tbe latter percentage was charged quite frequently
in the Boundary a few years ago. Tbe
government also runs a life insurance
business. It insures residents of the
the colony at a lower rate than tbe life
insurance companies. Krom this source
there is un annual income of ���342,0O0,
and tbe accumulated funds amount to
over two million pounds. These are a
few of the inovations made by the people of New Zealand. Their otlier re
forms are along the lines that the
government can handle an industry for
the people just as successfully as tin
company can .'or its stockholders. If
the people of New Zealand are wrong,
they will at least be able to start on the
right path with a clean balance sheet.
If tbey are right, there will be a terrible
reckoning on this continent when the
masses begin to think.
In contradistinction to New Zealand
the State of Idaho might be cited as an
example. We refer to Idaho, not be
because the liberties of tho people are
less respected in that state than in any
other over which the Stars and Stripes
float, but because of its nearness to the
mining regions of British Columbia.
Idaho has both paupers and millionaires.
At the present time a miner, before be
can work at his calling, must get a permit from the military authorities, This
permit giver a full description of I be
person to whom it is granted, just tbe
same as if he were an inmate of one of
state prisons. Following is the form of
permit issued to miners who wish to
earn money to support their families:
"No. Date 1900. This is to certify
that John Jones, a miner by occupation,
is qualified under the proclamation
issued by order of of the governor of
Idaho, May 8th, 1899, to seek em
ployment in any of the mines in Sim
shone county and has permission by
virtue hereof to do so. This card is to
be deposited with tbe manager or
superintendent of the mine where tbe
person above named is employed, and
must be held for purposes of inspection
pursuant to the terms of the aforesaid
proclamation. Dr. Hugh France." In
no other country in the world would
the people allow tlie military autbori
ties to issue permits granting working
men the privilege of earning a living.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
Notice to Trespassers-
Any person found trespassing on, or taking
timber from the nadeu-Powell mineral claim,
in Deadwood camp, will be prosecuted.
JOHN POWELL.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that W. 8. Keith
and F. F. Ketchum, doing hmUncss as
Ileal Estate and Mining Brokers under the
lirm name of Keilh & Ketchum, have this day
���iissiilvcd partnership.
All debts owing to the above firm will be
paid tn F. F. Kelcliuin.
Signed      W, S, KEITH.
F. F. KETCH DM.
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTSMAN, and  NOTARV PUBLIC	
 FAIRVIEW, B. C.	
Rooms to Let
Urge airy rooms, unfurnished, in the best
residence In Anaconda. Terras (0 per
month.      Apply to
MRS. H, McKINNEY,
Anaconda.
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Call and Get....
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.
J. F. Rodgers.
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Live Chickens
For Sale
At the Market of
P. BUNRS & CO.
Greenwood Cigar Store,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS.
SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . . .
Dawson A Craddock.
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Prices on
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Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
WALTER WATERLAND, Prop.
A Finely Equipped  Bar,
Board by Day or Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Best of Cusine Service.  Rooms
neat   and   Well   Furnished.
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN   IS   MADE   BY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
ASK   FOR
glkhorn
Lager
PORTMANN BROS, & CO.,  Props.
B
eer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkliom Lager Beer contains
only pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Ib 'tept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co.,
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY,
Peterborough, Ontario,
CANADA.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE  4 4
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
A. L. White ��Sr Co.
O.I.C."
SECOND HAND STORE
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS,
Our machine shops arc now complete and we are prepared to do the heaviest class nl wurk.
Ore cars, Ore Imckcts, shafting, hanger* and pulleys. Pipe work a specially. Estimates given
on all classes of work,   I'uiiips always fn stock.
FOR SALE:    One 2.1 11.  P,  liiirlziiiilnl onglno,
11x12.   line ;li II. I', return tubular holler.   One
10 11. J*, ptirtahle engine and boiler, on skids, LO0O, type.   One fi-funt l'elton wheel with tint)feet,
8 to IU spiral riveted pipe.
Cunliffe & McMillan
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:
Rossland, ���_i^��Ut^JfeJ����.
The GEM RESTAURANT
J? LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., roenwood.
�� Open Day and Night.
�� Lunches Put Up. **
I Meals at All Hours.
BELTING.
Users of this article would do well to examine our stock n this line. We
carry a larger assortment than any other dealer in the Province. The Electric
Brand of Rubber Belting we stock is not excelled by any other make. It is used
by all the large mills in tlie Province. We carry it in stock up to 22 inches, and
Leather Belting up to 1(1 inches in width.
McLennan, JVlcFeeley & Co., Ltd.
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.
McEImon
THE WATCHMAKER
Ib now located on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
OK   ���A��8
*-**-*   EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools to
do correct work.
0. A.Ul'KSS, M. A. , II. A. OrUI, Jl. A.
GUESS BROS.,
mining engineers.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide Working Tests.   Amalgamation and Concentration.
20,000 Feet C. C. S
WIRE
%-INCH WA.METKK.
FOR SAM-: AT
...NELSON, B. C
D f\ I_> CJ |       PRICE:   $13.00
_V_\_/ -T   Ct I Per 100. feet,   .lust re.
ceiveii from England.
.      I Apply In
J. C. T. CROFTS,  Hox 07i; p, o. Nelson, B. O.
A. R. HEYLAND,
Mines  and   Mineral  Claims Surveyed.
George Bi.k., Greenwood, B.C.
O. F. Mickle. v. Archer.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle k Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
For BAR MIRRORS, PLATE,
SHEET or C0UL0RED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VAR-
NISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
WRITE
A. F. ASKEW,
GRAND, FORKS,B.C.
Boundary Creek representatives of ,1. W. Mellcr
of Victoria, who curries the largest stuck in
ahove   lilies   tu   U C    As nearly  all nf these
floods are Imported via Cape Iforn the cheap
rejght excludes eastern dealers
Central Hotel
VILI.ANPRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
B. C. Pottery Company, Ltd.,
Victoria.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Sewer Pipe, Chimney Pipe, Fire
Bricks, Pressed Bricks. Flower Pots;
and Fire Proofing Tile.
Canadian
Pacific
Limited."
Service for the year 1900 will
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. J. COYLE,
T. P. A.' Nelson.       A, G. P. A., Vane.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS���
The Greenwood Rraneh of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at7:IIO  p.  m. every Saturday evening.
M, II. KANE, Secretary.
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THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
THIS AND THAT.
I hear one missionary in China says
that hundreds of Mauser rifles had been
imported in coffins. Does not that
teach the nations something of humor,
economy, philanthropy and forethought
utterly unwotted of in their own preparations for the glorious future?���Cascade
Record. 	
In the Kootenays newspapers are not
published for fun. They are purely
business enterprises, the same as a shoe
shop, a gold mine or a sawmill. They
are more satisfactory all round when
they pay���more satisfactory to the owners, to their patrons, uiul to the town in
which they are published. No towiican
have a better advertisement than a
flourishing newspaper,���Nelson Miner.
The Rev. A. li. Winchester, who
looks after the Presbyterian Chinese
missions on the const, has taken the
stump on behalf of Canada for the Chinese. In his zeal to practice his Ironclad doctrine upon a race who only
laugh at our religion, the reverend gentleman seems to forget the while people.
If be is burning with such a desire to
save tho Mongolian race why not go to
China where the Canadians will not say
a word to him, and John is thicker than
love at a camp meeting.���The Ledge.
Within sixty days there will be
more men employed at milling in East
and West Kootenay than at any time
since the industries were started. Yet
there are men in tho country who are
busily engaged in trying to reopen the
difficulty that was such a source of annoyance last year. There is one organization in Kootenay that should be disbanded. It never was and never will he
useful, because it is controlled by pigheaded men who are unable to realize
that, an organization without brains
runs like a piece of machinery without
oil.���Nelson Tribune.
Tbe Vancouver Independent, the
cleanest and best edited labor paper in
the province, gives a detailed account of
tho movement in Vancouver to form an
independent lahor party in Vancouver,
and if possible throughout the province.
A convention recently held in Vancouver gives promise of rapid and influential development. The Independent says: " The idea is similar to that
which has been successfully carried out
in Winnipeg; it takes into the ranks of
those in sympathy with and willing to
secure legislation for the working
classes. The object is to study economics and vote for the party's candidate
whenever it sees lit to make a nomination for any representative position.
The obligation is that applicants for
membership renounce allegiance to the
two chief political parties. It is open
to all in sympathy with the objects
sought, and while progressive trade
unionists have been along the backbone or the party, the roll has included
in the I'rairie City about an equal number of non-uhionist, business and professional men."
IN NEWJSEALAND.
Government   Loans   Money
to
The
Settlers at 5 per Cent.
The following is taken from the
Journal of the Department of Labor
published monthly by the government
' of New Zealand :
The government advances to settlers
office has money to lend in sums of
from ��.25 to ��2,600 on freeholds and
crown leaseholds.
The advantages to the. borrower are:
1. The right to nt any time pnrlly or
wholly pay off the loan.
2. Tlie low rale of G per cent, "or interest.
S, The easy repayment of loan by annual Instalments of 1 per cent, in addition to the right to partly or wholly
pay off at any lime.
���I, No commission or procuration fees.
5. Extremely sinull valuation and
legal charges,
li. Secrecy.
Any postmaster or agent of Ihe public
trustee will, on demand, supply
free of charge the form of application
and a circular explaining the conditions
of the loans and the advantages to borrowers, and will also explain how the
form should be filled up, or instruct
an applicant how to proceed.
The settlers requiring money should
themselves apply direct to the superintendent, Wellington. The employment
of any intermediate agent who may require commission or fees for procuring
tbe loans is unnecessary.
The conditions under which the
amount of the loan may be repaid
wholly or by small instalments at the
times and of tho amounts to suit the
convenience of the borrower, are an incentive to economy hy enabling him to
invest, so to speak, on his own property
his savings or the profits of his business���that is, to invest by applying to
pay off the debt for which that property
may be the security, every sum of ��6 or
mere that he may have to spare.
A fine line of Colored Shirts, also nice
silk front at bargain prices at G. E.
Williams.'
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CANYON CITY
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Mining
Camp
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Canyon
Creek.
High assays, large
showings. **********
Strong company operating there..*******
Sawmill being erect-
60. i!s*    tP^    afP*    tr* a V^    V^    tfi^
Roads being built by
the company to the
city.-* **********
B��~.    $100
^-and $200
Residence   C    HC
Lots ,- - - M>    /D
^-���and $ J 25
3.MO(JUL0ROUP.
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6. SULLIVAN *nAW_LL
BoutiPR
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FOR   PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO
-���������������
W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon. City.    ���     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. C.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...fiavana Cigars
Kind it a grievous disappointment when they are 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*,
ORDERS hy mail, THE HAVANA, CIGAR EMPORIUM
.olograph or Telephone 0K THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
Promptly Attended to. ���	
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,olflrenQBS0Eeiwo!iD,ao
SUBSCRICE FOR THF MINER.
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
SUPERIOR  LINE   OF  CIGARS.
MORENA,
Brands: \ INTERIOR and
MINER.
Made by INLAND CIGAR MFG. CO. of Kamloops, B. C.
CLEAR HAVANA  FILLER.
Nothing but B. C. Union Labor Employed.
KOK BALK AT
Arlington, Pioneer, International, Pacific, Rossland, Ottawa
and Commercial Hotels, H. A. King & Co.
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRY.
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WESTERN PRODUCE CO.,
 GREEHW00D, B. C. - - -
^Commission Merchants.
Direct Importers of
Fresh Fruits. ** **
Dried | Canned Fruits,
Vegetables, Etc.
1    Dealers In -
EGGS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, LARD, Etc.
Just Received a       flrflno-pc   I pmnns   Rflnnnnc   Agts. Briokman AKorr
Large Consignment WraiigBa, Lemons, r><iliuii<is.  MiningCu.Mllledfloods
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LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
Maniitnenm-rj An Kinds of Carbona(e(| Beverages,
Sole Agents for THE LIOH BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery iu Hritish Columbia.
 JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
Eholt Meat Market
A FI'I.L SUPPLY III''
fFRESH MEATS.SAUSAGE.Etc
P. BURNS dt CO.      EHOLT, B.C. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I THE LATEST REPORT 1
OF  THK	
Minister of Mines
MINING LAWS,
LAND LAWS,
PLACER ACT.
Act' for Securing Good
1
Health, Etc,, in Mines. ��������
I
Companies' Act.
E FOR SALE BY :
(SMITH & McRAE|
|        Books, Stationery,      \.
.    Office Supplies, |
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MINING   RECORDS
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
July 4.
Eclipse,  Skylark camp,   W. .1. Watter-
niaii.
.Inly 5.
Baden   Powell,  West Kimberly, R. J.
James.
July (1.
Imperial, Central, J. Smith.
Mable, Kihkora, James Culllns.
Richland, Copper creek, A. Hanson ami
It. McCiilley.
July 7.
l'au]ier, Myers croek, F. B. Smth.
Princess, Myers ereek, G. M. Foster.
Fair Maid, Beaverton, J. A. Douglas.
Castor, Beaverton. 0. M. Shaw.
July!).
Gladstone, Flint, ,1. S. Shearer.
Protection, Fractional, J. VV. Nelson.
Lone Star, West Fork, G. L. McNichol.
Diiluth, West Fork Kimberly ereek,  J.
M. Wilson, et al.
Greenwood, West Fork Kimberly creek,
J. M. Wilson, et al.
July 12.
Kankakee, Skylark, G. W. Inkster.
July 14.
Tidal Wave, Skylark, A. I.eainy.
Vernon   Fractional, Skylark, T.  Kane.
Ocean Wave, Skylark, .1. lusher.
July 10.
Morgan Norfolk,  South   Fork, Charles
M isner.
Romeo, Kimberly, W. G. Harvey.
Juliet, Kimberly, E. Pope.
Juno Boy Fractional, Dead, camp, J. M.
R. Phipps.
Albany, Fish Lake, J. L, Lunily.
Yandot, Fish Lake, .1, L. Lurdy.
Certificates of Work.
June li.
Last Chance, P. VV, Peterson.
Honolulu, 0. .E. Shaw.
liiirns Fractional, S. M. Johnson.
Copper Trust Fractional, S. M. Johnson .
Beranton, S. M. Johnson.
Burns (2), B, A. Bielenberg.
I'icadilly (2), Copper Trust Fractional
(I), BuriiH Fractional (4), Scranten
CD, (Itis Fractional (81, E. A. Bielenberg.
Tiger, C, .10. Shaw.
Irish liny, Thomas Wake,
No. 8, James Korr.
Ouray, (!. J. McArtliur.
Brooklyn, C. ,1. McArtliur.
Jane Fractional, It. MoEntlro,
Golden Gate Fractional, (J. Andrews.
Lung Lake, E. Bhongnost,
July 5,
Carlolta, A. Poggl.
Lucky Tom, I)  S. Monroe.
Marshall, I). Bresnaluin,
Surprise, S. M. Johnson.
Little Annie, J. McN'ulty.
Little Brown,   Little   Brown   Fractional
(2), T. Roderick.
Little May Fractional, A. Chisholm.
July li.
Copper King, F. 0. Woods, el. al.
Verbum'Sap, W. T. Oliver.
July 7.
Emma, Tom King.
Bessie, N  Morrison.
Number XI, J. A. Douglas, etal.
London, T. Pascoe.
Queen of Sheha, T. McDonnell.
Nonlac, R. McCulloch.
June Bug, J. Russell, et, al.
Owl, S. M. Johnson.
Tintic, I.H. Hallett.
July 10.
Etna, J. M. Rosehurgh, etal.
F'orest Grove, W. T. Oliver.   .
Jerry Thompson, A. Mason, et al.
July 11.
Tintic (2), I. II. Hallett.
Hidden Pearl, C. Scott McRae.
Commander, Fractional, I. 11.  Hallett.
Star Pointer, S. E. Walker.
Ealcon Fractional, T. Hogan.
Lilly  James,  Dixie,  Fanny Fractional,
C. M. Tye.
July 12.
Queen,   California,   Rock  Creek   Gold
Mining Company.
La Tour, W. A. Keith.
Boston, Kingston, R. Wood.
Wolf Tone, H. Bueschour.
July 13.
Big Thunder, L. S., G. Beardsley.
Free Gold, T. J. Hardy.
July 16.
Mountain Top, H. Cropley.
July 17.
Vancouver, Irena, T.  Benninger,  etal.
Diamond John, R. Hutton.
London (2), G. Andrews, etal.
Death of Walter Smith.
On Sunday evening Walter Smith, g
well known miner of Greenwood, died at
the hospital'of typhoid fever. The re
mains were sent east by Monday's
train to the home of his parents in
Green Valley, Ontario. Deceased was
an active member of Greenwood Miners'
Union, the members of which attended
the remains to the railway station. The
following resolutions were adopted hy
the union and sent to relatives of the
deceased:
Whbhkas, It has pleased the Almighty God to take from our midst our
beloved friend and brother, Walter
Smith, who was called to his reward on
July 15, 1900; and
Whereas, He was a true and laith-
fii 1 worker in the interest of organized
labor, and was ever watchful for opportunities to help his weaker brother to
hear his burden, and was beloved by all
who knew him ; be it therefore
Resolved, That while we, his fellow-
workers and brother members of the
Greenwood Miners Union No. 22, W. F.
M., keenly feel the loss of our beloved
brother and bow our heads in humble
submission to the divine will of our
Creator, we desire to extend our heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved parents
who survive him, and trust that God in
his wisdom in taking to himself a loving
son will give the parents strength to
bear their loss with fortitude and resignation ; and be it further
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes and a
copy be forwarded to hiS bereaved parents; and be it further
Resolved, That our charter hi
draped in mourning for a period of
thirty days in memory of our departed
brother.
II. C. Holden, the carriage, house and
sign painter.
Dr. Allen's Body Found.
Report comes from the Lower Similkameen that the body of Dr. Gesner Allen
has been found on the bank of tho river
about seven miles below the Armstrong
ranch. Itis supposed that Dr. Allen
committed suicide while temporarily insane. He worked at the Nickle Plate
mine on Twenty-Mile for a few months.
The doctor was one of Kootenay's pioneers and was at one time associated
with John Houston, M.P.P., in connection with Nelson's first newspaper.���
Similkameen Star.
Mr. Allen was well known in the
Boundary couutry. He was for a time
connected with the Columbia Review,
and also spent a considerable time in
Greenwood. He came to British Columbia in 188!), and held a situation on
the Vancouver World as a compositor.
When the Westminster Truth was
started he accepted the position of city
editor under John Houston. From
there he moved to Nelson and was associated with John Houston and Charles
Ink in the publication of the Miner. In
I8II2 he went home to England to complete a course in medicine. After finishing his medical course he wont to California as manager and part owner of a
vineyard. The vineyard not being a
liiianeial success he drifted into newspaper work again and returned to British Columbia about three years ago.
For a time he was associated with D.
I!. Boyle in the publication of the Rossland Daily Leader, and afterwards
moved to the Boundary country, from
here he went to the Similkameen a year
BgO, Among the printers he was very
popular, was a eiinHlMi'jit union man
aud a good fellow.
The Greenwood Miner will not be re-
sponsible for any debts contracted, except on an order from the manager.
o
Cat
The Longest War on Record,..
Is that waged between
a boy and his clothes���the
result is generally in favor
of the boy.
He is a bundle of
aggressive activity, is the
boy. He sails in to knock
out that new suit on sight.
He usually succeeds all
too well.
His energy and activity are hard to beat, but the
passive resistance of our boys' clothing will do it.
We sell Shorey's make of Boys and children's
clothing. The material used in these garments is
all shrunk. They are sewn with the best linen thread
and we furnish a guarantee with each garment.
If you buy your boys' clothing from us you can
tell your boy to go ahead and enjoy himself.
PC
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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.
Mine Owners' Association Meets.
A largely attended meeting of the
Mine Owners' Association waB held in
tu.- ollice of the London & British Columbia Goldfields Company yesterday
evening and lasted over three hours. It
was learned that the chief object of discussion was to what part the association
should play in the polities of the near
future, and what steps it was advisable
to take. The members were very reticent, however, and it was impossible to
learn last night what decisions had been
arrived at. Those present included J.
Roderick Robertson, J. J. Campbell, E.
Nelson Fell, James Cronin of the St.
Eugene, II. B, Alexander of the Ruth,
Bernard and Augustus McDonald of th e
Le Roi, Edmund B. Kirby of the Centre
Star, F. Robins of the Stemwinder, T.
Mayne Daly, Q. C, John L. Retallack
of Kaslo, Leslie Hill of Vancouver, G.
VV. Hughes of Alamo, and R. F. Tolmie,
secretary of the association���Nelson
Tribune.
H. C. Holden, wall paper.
Go to Rendell's Arcade for up-to-date
gent's furnishings.
Ladies, come in and see our range of
pretty belts.   G. F. Williams.
We have the best horses and rigs in
the Boundary district, aud our prices
are right. Call in and Iind out for yourself.   Palace Livery Stables.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that at the lirst meeting of the Hi'tMisi! eomniis-ionern for the City uf
Greenwood, held after thirty day.s from the
date hereof, I will apply for a transfer from me
to W. \V, Howe of the hotel license hold by me
for the Commercial hotel, Copper street, in
the City of (ireenwood.
bated this 17th day of July, 1900.
29-89. A. BRANSON.
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :    :
NADEN BLOCK :
GREENWOOD    :
Graduate Pennsylvania
College of Dental -   -
Surgery    -----
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate of  Hritish
Columbia-'  - - - -
WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, magazines,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
Munro's, as
Door to
NNKKMAN'S.
COPPER STREET.
Wall Paper...
NOTICE.
NotlOfi is hereby given that at the first meeting of the J ice ii.He eomrnissloners for the City of
(ireenwood, ludd after thirty days from the
date hereof, we shall upply for & transfer from
us to J, W. Nelson, of tho hotel license liuld by
us for the Pioneer hotel, Government street, in
the City of Greenwood. JJJ.K1I 4 CD.
Dated this I7tn day of July, 1'Joo, :f-!.
Dissolution of Partue'sbip.
Notice is hereby given that tho partnership
heretofore existing in the Arlington hotel,
Greenwood, bet wee u J.. K. Hooper and W. A.
Alexander, under the firm name of Hooper A
Co., has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. Tbe business will be conducted by J.B.
Homier, who will pay all debts of the Arm and
tu whom all accounts should be paid.
Greenwood. July 10, LftpO,
J. K. HOOPER,
W. A. ALEXANDER,
Cheaper than ever. New
Patterns in Ingrains, Etc.
A Well-Selected Stock to
Choose Prom.
tl. C. HOLDEN....
HOUSE,  SIGN   AND
CARRIAGE PAINTER
S|lyer Street, Greenwood, B. C,
Swayne Hous@,
HII.VKH STREET, QEEBJJWOOP.
...Rooms and Table Board...
The Rest Private
Hoarding House in the ('Ity,
...All Kinds of...
WOOD AND IRON WORK
DONE AT
Winiietl's Carriage and Wagon Shop.
Opposite the Alhambra.
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.JNGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.   H. R, X*^
THE   CANADIAN
Dank of Commerce.
Bead Office, TORONTO.
Established I8i)7.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
I Six Million Dollars. |
hest If 1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
Gonoral Manager B. E. Walker,
Ass't.Cen'l. Manager....'. II.Pi.ummbr.
Thin bunk linn the largest iiiimlior of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, Now
Orleans, Skagway anil Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
terniB.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.
A general Hanking business transacted .
GREENWOOD   BRANCH,
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
CLEANING, REPAIRING,
TENT MAKING,
and Awnings.
ANTOINE MAURIN,
Opposite the Alhambra Hotel,
Deadwood St.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail route between all
pointfl East, West and .South to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
-4BB-
Intermcdiate Points,
Oonnoptlng
AT SPOKANE with Urn
Great Northern, Northern Paciflo
ANI>	
0. R, & N. Co.
CO N.N KITH Al
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo I!,",'.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connocts liiilly hi Bossburg
Stage Daily for    .
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
LEAVE, ARRIVE.
lOiSIS ii. ill Hniikiiiio 7:10 a. m.
12:0;") p. in Rossland 6:30 p. in.
9:110 il. in Nelson  Sllllp. in.
Night Tniin.
9:1S p. m Spokane 7:or. a. m.
11:00 p. in... Rossland ,...6i80a, in.
S. A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
i
Furniture
Just in....
3 cars bed room suits,
40 styles.
2 cars chairs 50 styles.    .^e6eeiji��i_,a_,;
1 car brass and Iron beds 25 styles
T.M.Gulley&Co.,
FURNITURE.,
1 car bedding, 1 o styles of springs,   |   Undertaking and Embalming, g
.3 styles top mattresses. 3������������������������������������������e��������������������������6������<�� |
1 car upholstry goods, comprising parlor sets, couches, bed lounges, Etc., ��

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