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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 27.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, July 6, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
IN DEADWOOD CAMP
A Large Amount of Money
Expended
BY THE B- C. COPPEE COMPANY
The Smelter Will Be Completed by
October First���Work Done
to Date,
Money and plenty of it is being utilized in the development of several splendid properties in Deadwood camp, which
ranks Hecond in importance, of a dozen
camps in the Boundary district. The
Hritish Columbia Copper company, Lim
ited, of New York, owning the Mother
Lode mine in this camp, and now building a 300-ton smelter at Greenwood, has
expended many thousands of dollars already in developing tho mine and in the
construction of the smelter, and has yet
to spend many tbousends more before
the mine and smelter will be a profit
paying concern. But that both will be,
cannot be doubted when one learns of
tbe truly immense profit paying ore
body already opened tip in the mine and
the economical manner in which the ore
will be bandied and smelted. Beside
the Mothor Lode mine in the Dead-
wood camp the following properties are
also being developed: The Sunset,
Buckhorn, Butcher Boy, Grey hound and
Great Hopes. Assessment work is also
being done on a number ol claims, and
���here are other properties such as tbe
Morrison, Ah There, St. Lawrence, Arlington-Burns, Iron Top and Early History that will, it is hoped, bave development resumed tbis summer.
From   Mr.  Frederick Keffer,  M. E.,
the general innnager of the British Columbia Copper Company, Limited, tbe
correspondent of tbe Miner rccontiy obtained the following information regarding tbe  development  of  the    Mother
Lode mine.     At tho 200-foot level the
north drift was in 710 feet.    From this
drift are live crosscuts.     Four of these
crosscuts are in ore which have been run
for the purpose of locating the ore body,
ascertaining its value and blocking same
out prepartory to stoping.    The work
lute proved a continuous ore body for a
length of 350 feet with an average width
of DO feet, tbe shortest width being 87
met and tbe   longest 110   feet.     From
lis level up to tbe surface is about 300
et.   All this ore is practically pay ore.
:s a chalcopyrite in a gangue consist-
_ of iron, lime and silica, in such pro-
irtions  that tho same may be very
jnpmicnlly smelted  without the ne-
isity of introducing barren fluxes.
Phe south drift on tbe same levol was
HO feet from the shaft.    Tbis drill
Ring  extended  to  meet a  tunnel
ing from a point near Copper creek,
feet away from tbe shaft  The tu until
been driven 275 feet.    There is yet
nt 180 feet to be run before connects will bu made.   This outlet will be
jd for the purpose of a drainage tun-
I,
At the 300-foot level drifts are ii|.o be-
g run, approximately north and south
am the shaft.   Each drift is in 90 feet,
. :id when in 100 crosscutting will be
"ommenced.
tbe surface much work has been
ciouo in excavating ground, building half
r. mile of a wagon road up the side of
tho bill and preparing foundations for
tbe new machinery plant from Montreal
about tho end of tbe present month.
Included in tbis new plant is a 35-drill
compressor, two 100-horse power boilers
and a hoisting engine with a capacity of
1000 tons of oro per day from a depth of
1,600 feet. In a previous article full
particulars of this plnnt wero given by
the correspondent. It will be seen, however, that the management is providing
a plant, which with the one already in
use, will last tbe mine for many years
to come.
Lumber is on the ground for the construction of oro bins, which will be
started some time next week. There
will be four bins each 18x20 feet in size,
to hold between 2,500 and 3,000 tons.
Other proposed improvements consist of
a new dining ball with a seating capacity
of 300 men at one time, also a big addition to the present sleeping apartments
for 200 more men. A storehouse 35x50
feet has just been completed.
At tho mine the company is at present e^filoying 58 men.
R> Eftolph Linden is in charge of tbe
smelter construction work of tbe Britisli
Columbia Copper company, during the
temporary absence of Paul Johnson, tbe
smelter manager, in Europe. Mr. Linden told the correspondent that by October at the latest, tho work would be
completed and the smelter blown in.
Starting from the upper end the work
done to date is as follows: Tim heavy
timbers for the receiving ore bins are in
place, and only the lining is to be finished. The ore bins will bave a holding
capacity of 400 Ions Tbey are 150 feet
in length and 30 feet in width. The
skeleton for the sampler building is finished. All that is now wanting is the
machinery to be installed. It will be a
000-ton sampler. The lower gravity ore
bins for charging the furnace, are practically completed. So also is tlie long
dust flume, tbe skew-hack irons being in
place ready for the brick arching. Three
carloads of construction iron and parts
for the furnace have arrived and will be
in place within two weeks. The blower
and boiler house are also finished. Word
has been received that the blower has
been shipped from Connisville, Ind.
The machinery for the sampler is also
en route.
Tbe smoke stack will bo a steel one,
75 feet in height. Forty men are employed on the construction work.
BOUNDARY DISTRICT
A Coast View of Possibilities
This Country.
FIBE   CHIEF HENTON   LEAVES
Boundary Ores   For  the   Winnipeg'
Exhibition���How the Mu.kaws
Threw Mackintosh.
NELSON CELEBEATION.
Sunday's train into Nelson was
crowded with people going to witness
the Dominion Day Celebration in that
city. The festivities were begun at 11
a. in., Monday with a grand Trades procession, which paraded the streets ankle
deep in mud for an hour.
After lunch, the Nelson base-ball team
suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of
the Rosslaed nine.
The water racing was an entertaining
feature of tbe day. The Winnipeg lour
defeated tho Vancouver four in a mile
and a half straightaway race for silver
cups. Besides tbis, several other races
were rowed by local men. The Lacrosse
match between Nelson and Greenwood
was declared off.
On Tuesday morning the drilling contest took place and was won by McLeod
and Koss, the Greenwood team, drilling
42, _ inches.
In the hub and hub race by the firemen, Nelson won by about two feet,
Greenwood 2nd and Grand Forks 3rd.
Greenwood had bad luck in this race, as
a large dug got through the crowd in
front of their cart and was run over;
tbis lost them the race.
In tbe wet test Greenwood ran first
getting the water in 27 seconds. Nelson
made a good run, taking first place with
25 2-5 seconds. Grand Forks got the
water before the nozzle was arched.
Greenwood got second prize of $50.
In the 100 yards dash Wilson of
Greenwood had a walk-over, In the
220 yards race, Mitchell of Greenwood
won easily.
In the % mile bicycle race for a silver
cup and championship of tho Kootenays,
Mclntyro of Greenwood won without
any difficulty, McMurdy fell in the 2nd
heat, had his wheel broken, and was
badly shaken up himself. Other evonts
wero won by Uussluud and Slocan men.
In the evening the Grand Water Carnival took placo and was witnessed by
thousands,
Taken throughout tho sports were a
failure as compared with Greenwood's.
The streets, which are at best no credit
to a town of Nelson's size, were ankle
deep in mud. There wero no horse
races and no greater distance than ' .j
mile could be gotten for any contest.
The visiting crowd was not large, the
Rossland contingent being small; but
everyone seemed to take some enjoyment out of the celebration, and will
look forward to anothor one a year from
now. 	
STABBING AFFEAY.
Everything tends to show that the
Boundary country, whilst in many parts
also climatically and agriculturally well
favored, is specially destined to write its
record large indeed upon the future
mining history of this province.
The average copper bearing ores of tbe
district were, though often containing
some gold, at first found to be usually
of moderate grade wbilststill sufficiently
capable of profit returning if worked
and treated on modetn scientific methods. And such is still found to be much
the case of a large proportion of the
great deposits of oro in the Boundary
country, averaging values of from $10 to
$13 a ton.
This ore is being and will be got and
profitably treated in or near the district
in well-appointed smelters at Trail, at
Grand Forks, at Greenwood, and very
probably soon also at a fourth point, yet
undetermined. Meanwhile, also, much
ore in Boundary is now found to be of
higher grade and to contain an appreciable quantity of gold; whilst values
generally are maintained with depth.
Honce, prospects are improving all
round.
Ab a result at least half a dozen Boundary mines are already producers and
sending appreciable quantities of ore to
Trail and Grand Forks, whilst more
than one amongst these, as our special
correspondent bIiows, is seemingly destined to become a really great mine.
Thus the Knob Hill property lias already
a big area of ore blocked out and it and
the Old Ironsides and otlier Boundary
mines are making quite substantial lirst
outputs. Boundary is in fact now shipping fully a thousand tons of ore weekly,
or roughly speaking, nearly a fourth of
what the world famous Rossland is doing, and Boundary's ore is helping, by
the valuable flux matter which it supplies to the smelter at Trail, to keep
that smelter going full tin|e and very
profitably: Boundi.ry'B own smolters at
Grand Forks and Greenwood are meanwhile well on their way to completion,
and that at the former city is indeed already engaged in tbe work of preliminary ore treatment, There is every
prospect also of the early construction
of a third Boundary smeltor on a new
principle for treating pyritic ores, whilst
at many likoly points busy and effective mining development is proceeding
in the district,
Hence there Is ovory reason to expect
that Boundary with a large initial ore
output that is increasing daily, with at
least half a dozen present producing
mines and as many others likoly to produce shortly, with two local smelters
preparing for busy work and a third in
prospect, and with important new developments and ore discoveries frequently chronicled, seems veay likely
to establish itself in less than a twelvemonth, as a strong but friendly rival of
Rossland and the Trail Creek country.
Which will be a grand thing for Upper
British Columbia in particular, and for
our Province in general.���News-Advertiser. 	
0. H, C, MINEB AND PAETY.
Miner reporter, and said that be and his
party left Gran by on Jinn- 2Stu ai 1
came Btr.dght through to Rossland.
They intend to stay here till Wednesday,
and will examine the California to-day.
From hen: they go to the Boundary
country, and from thence to the Slocan,
It is Mr, .Miner's intention to remain
for about six weeks, looking over the
properties and smelter of the company.
i Is probable that he will see the fires
lighted iii the smeltor before he returns
to the east. This iu Mr. .Miner's third
Visit to    Rossland,   und   he lavs   he is
p!��i ised with the appearance of the city,
which, he says, looks mure solid and
substantial than when he visited il n
year since. Mr. Miner was not prepared to talk about, the condition of the
several mines in which his syndicate is
interested, for the reason Unit he hud
not yet had an opportunity of examining them.
HENTON BESIGNS.
Greenwood's Chief of Fire Brigade
Throws up a Good Situation.
Fire Chief Henton has left the city,
taking with him about $2,000 belonging
to friends. Henton came here about
eighteen months ago, and opened a barber shop in the Windsor hotel building.
After the Windsor fire he was appointed
chief of tlie fire brigade, which position
he has held since. A short time ago he
received a telegram that his father was
dying in St. Paul, He got leave of absence from the city, drew his month's
salaty, borrowed all the money he could
around town, and left to attend the bedside of a dying father. It is not known
whether the old man succeeded in crossing the divide or not, but the son
crossed the United States as fast as
through trains would carry him, and is
now, it is said, in Mexico.
It is said that gambling is the cause of
his financial troubles.
Mr6. Henton left on Wednesday's
train to join her husband,
FOE   DISPLAY  AT   WINNIPEG.
E. Jacobs last week boxed up ores
from the undermentioned claims. These
ores have been sent to'the provincial
mineralogist, Victoria, who will forward
them for display at the forthcoming
Winnipeg exhibition:
Deadwood Camp���Mother Lode, Sunset, Ah There, Marguerite, Early History, Iron Pyrites,'Gold  Bug and D. ...
Greenwood Camp���Old Ironsides,
Knob Hill, Victoria, War Kagle, Stem-
winder, Brooklyn, Gold Drop, Snowshoe.
Summit Camp���B. C, Maple Leaf of
Rathmullen group, R. Bell, Emma, Oro
Denoro and Silver Plume.
Wellington Camp���Winnipeg, Golden
Crown, Hartford.
Long Lake Cam])���Jewel, North Star.
Central Camii���No. 7, Oro, Mabel,
City of Paris,
Smith's Camp���Ruby.
Copper Cam))���King Solomon.
Graham's Camp���White Cloud.
Rock Creek���Lust Chance, Oro Finn
group.
Crown Point Croup���Crown Point No.
2 and No, 3.
Kettle River, above Rock Creek���
Riverside.
Nortli Fork���Golden Kagle.
West Fork���Carmi, Sally.
Myers' Creek���Review.
A sample of coal from White lake was
also included.
THE WAR IN CHINA
Horrible Barbarities Practised
by the Chinese.
WILL   NOT   TAKE   OFFENSIVE
The   Allies   Can   Barely   Keep
Communications -Fighting
Against Odds.
Up
Saturday evening last Theo Morand
was severely stabbed by a man named
Roe, during a light in tbe Alberta hotel.
Roe was arrested by Chief McLaren,
shackled, and locked in one of the cells
at tlie police station. Sunday morning
Roe had disappeared, It appears that
the ceiling over the cells had never been
nailed down, and Roe took a mean advantage of the carelessness of the contractor, and left, taking tho shackles
witli him. No other valuables appear
to be missing from tbe police station.
A reward of $2.5 has been offered for
the capture of Roe.
We have tbe best horses and rigs in
the Boundary district, aud our prices
are right. Call in and find out for yourself.   Palace Livery Stables.
Mr. G. II. 0. Miner, Mrs. Minor, Mr.
I. H. McKeehnie of Granby, Mr. A Robinson of Waterloo, Ont., Mr. A.- Pi E'lum-
merfelt of Victoria and Mr- A, Q, Young
of Boston, form a party who aro at the
Allan Hotel. Air- Miner, the first
named, is the head of tho Miner-Graves
syndicate, wbioh is operating very extensively in the mines of Britisli Columbia. Among their holdings are the
Knob Hill, Old Ironsides and Gray
Eagle in tho Phcenix camp, tne City of
Paris and tho Majestic In White's camp,
and the California, Mascot, Southern
Belle and Snowshoe iu the Rossland
camp, besides valuable properties in the
Slocan and elsewhere. In addition to
this the syndicate owns the Granby
smelter ut Grand Forks. In fact it is
one of the largest and strongest combinations operating mining properties in
this section.    Mr. Miner was seen by a
ABOUT THE MUCKAHS,
Deal) Ledge Man,���Heah in Rossland
I heah that theah common people say,
aw, that I said theah othuh day,
"Fawney, the deah governaw, defeated
by a mob of hoodlums and inui-kalis."
Now, my ileuh I.edge man, the truth o(
the luattali is, I nevah tiltulied those
words, evon in a gest, you know, and as
youah wondahfttl papah is looked upon
so highly |$2 high a year��� lid, Ledge]
by all clawaes, 1 trust that you will publish this lottah, It is true that our deah
Chawley was bowled out at the polls on
the 9tll of June, but not ultogethah by
the niuckobs These poor fellahs, don-
chor know, arc not responsible. They
do not want capital in the camp. They
only want work and a Union eawd. It
was those othah fellahs who downed
our deah natty Chawley, the hero of a
hundred or moan champagne wash-outs.
Those fellahs in fine linen who could
not swallow Chawley because he was a
Tory and would not sell their wildcats
on the London market. The deah governaw still wears a llowuh, the nmckuli
still mucks, but Rossland will he in luck
if it is not torn to tattahs some day by
the agitators on eithah side of the fence,
donchor know. 1 will now roll up my
white panties and play tennis. Yours
in long glawses.���AlgernondeJustout,���
The Denver Ledge.
The commanders of the allies in Tien
Tsin inform the correspondents that it
would he suicide to reach I'ekin with the
troops now available in the face of the
colossal force ol imperial troops and
Boxers occupying the country between
Tien Tsin and I'ekin. So (ar from taking the offensive, the 12,000 international troops   at   Tien   Tsin   und the 8,000
others at Taku and intermediate points,
can barely keep up communications,
lighting Incessantly with overwhelming
numbers, using far inoro artillery pieces
than thu allies.
This telegram has been received:
"Shanghai, July 4���11:15 a. in.���Tien
Tsin city fell between 7 and 8 o'clock on
the morning ol June 80th."
It is understood that Shanghai undoubtedly referred to the native city of
Tien Tsin from which the Chinese have
been bombarding the  foreign  ijuareer,
and the dispatch is taken to mean that
Die allies are more than holding their
own there. Otlier advices received by
way of Shanghai aver that the Chinese
losses around Tien Tsin are between
7,000 and 8,000 according to official estimates.
The correspondent of the Express at
Chefoo telegraphing Wednesday says:
"Admiral Seymour was wounded while
sitting in a house at Tien Tsin by Chinese sharpshooters. Official news received at Chefoo shows Ihat the Chinese
have been guiity of horrible cruelty
towards the wounded and captured, subjecting them to what is known as the
"Kin:; Che" or the slicing profess. Under this hideous rite, the bodies of the
fallen have been mutilated. The Russians have bean retaliating hy the
wholesale shooting of natives."
The situation, according to the Kx-
press correspondent, shows signs of
drifting into barbarism and suvegery.
Revolting stories are told of barbarities
practiced upon Japanese and European
prisoners captured on the way lo I'ekin,
though it was not known before that
admiral Seymour lost any prisoners.
The Chinese troops are inarching
towards Tien Tsin, the Chines say they
left behind them trails of rapine, lire
and blood. Native women were ravished
and children were cut in two.
Dirvict tidings from I'ekin end with
the dispatch sent by Sir Robert Hart on
June 25th. According to roundabout
reports, it is asserted by the Chinese
that Prince Tuan is personally directing
the assault upon the legations. He
conferred honors and gave large sums
of money and other presents to tho
leaders of the Boxers and the commanders of the troops who drove buck Admiral Seymour, and also gave money to
every soldier taking part in tho operations.
An edict nf Prince Tuan has reached
Shanghai ordering Ihe southern viceroys
to assemble the vessels of the Chinese
fleet and to attack the warships al
Shanghai.
A meeting of business men was held
Tuesday evening iu the city hall to discuss action of police commissioners in
Stopping gambling. There was not a
very large attendance. Mr. 0. Ehrllch
occupied the chair, and after considerable discussion a motion was carried,
recommending if gambling were allowed exeryone so desiring should have
the privilege of running u game. During
the discussion Mike Dinecn's profits
came out. It was slated by a gentleman Interested that he had received
$200 as a one-fourth net interest in one
roulette and one klondike game in two
months. This would give the owner of
the wheel $ii(H) for the same time, or a
total for the four games of $2,400 in two
months. A net income of $1,200 per
month is not bad. Much better than
working. Of this amount about $200
was spent in the city. The remaining
$1,000 per month Mr. Dineen sent, to
Spokane. Vet there are people who
say that gambling was a benefit to the
city���$12,000 annually taken out of cir-
cnlatioii in the city with no returns. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I. H. HALUETT. II. <'. BHAW.
IIALLETT &. SHAW
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Offices:   Over Hunk ol Montreal,
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Postoffice Building    -    -    -    Telephone 47-
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PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A. E. Ashcroft,    Resident
Representative.
FLOOD-NADEN UI.OCK.
H. M. KEEFER,
MINING and REAL
ESTATE BROKER.
 GREENWOOD, 1!. (I...
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published Tuosday and Friday nt Greonwoodi
Britlsb Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   KATES.
Domestic, One  Yenr J2.00
Six Months J1.25
Foreign, One Your fll.oo
Payable Invariably in Advance.
AilvertisiiiR rules furnished on application,
No patent medicine ads taken except nt full
rules.
Logal notices 10 and ,1 fonts per line.
The Mineii is on sulo ut ihe following places:
Greenwood.
King A Co., Smith a Meitae, Monroe A- Co., I'.
O. News Room.
Cascade: Cascade City News Co. Kiissi.anii;
P.O. News Kooui. ANACONDA, 11. C: I*. O.
News Room,   Spokane:  The Shaw-Borden Co,
FRIDAY, JUNE 'ill. 1900.
EDITORIAL EXTRACTS.
The Minister of Mines in his annual
report suggests that a law he passed
compelling assayers to mark on each
certificate of assay exactly from whence
he obtained the sample on which the
lissay was made, presumably whether
off the surface or at a certain depth, as
well as the other information. The idea
is certainly a good one, mid would make
the document more reliable from a purchaser's point of view.
The people of Nelson who attended
the Dominion Day celebration at (ireenwood speak highly of the town and the
people; they say that they were well
treated, and that the sports were conducted on the "square." There should
be no other kind of sports in any of the
towns in southern British Columbia,
and there would not he if Hie foolish
practice of Importing men to take pari
in special athletic events were stopped.
���Nelson Tribune.
The electors of Canada now have pos
itive proof that neither Sir Wilfred
Laurier nor Sir Charles Tupper are trying to give us legislation for the good of
the masses. Both of thorn seem lobe
owned body  and   soul   by   the-  (!. P. R.
The resolution by Richardson   in the
house on tho L'lsl, lo lux the C. P. I!.
lands alter February next was defeated,
only six holding for and !l!l against,
Laurier and Tupper both held that parliament should nol he ealle I on to interpret its own acts and that it was a matter for the courts.���Lardeau Kagle.
The taxation of railway lands will be
be one of the issues in the next Federal
campaign. The Richardson resolution,
which was offered in the house of commons this session, may -be regarded as
the commencement of the movement.
True, it was snowed under hy a big majority, but it was not disposed of before
one very material fact was demonstrated ; this was, that until some action
is taken by parliament, the bonus lands
held by the Canadian Paeilic Railway
Company will continue to be exempt
from taxation. When the land grant
was made to the company, it was the
expressed intention of the government
that twenty years later they should become taxable; hut it now appears that
the time-honored ambiguity intervenes
between the railway company and the
I ..: gatherer. It is a debatable point
whether the lands become taxable 21)
years after tbe subsidy was granted;
whether 20 years after Ihe railway was
completed ; or whether 20yearsafter the
technical act of patenting the land. Mr.
Richardson endeavored to have parliament declare that the period of exemption would expire 20 years after the.
granting of the-subsidy, but this was too
radical for Sir Wilfred and Sir Charles
alike Whether they will favor the construction that the lands become taxable
2l) years after the completion of the road,
which would give the railway company
a respite till 1007; or that tbey do not
become taxable until 20 years after the
railway company sees lit to have them
patented; is the issue which concerns
the people.   This is what the ambiguity
amounts to, and it is a "heads you win,
tails I lose"   proposition   for   every   one
Bave   the   railway   company.���Nelson
Tribune.
(i. I'. Williams iias Ladies' Trimmed
and Untriiiiiiied Hats, all the latest
shapes and styles.    Call and see them.
MINING   RECORDS
���WWIMrVWtfWV^^
Locations.
.Illlle  1.
Hunter, Camp McKinney, C. II. Hush.
Bret Hart, North Fork, .1. A. Iinlninler
.lime 5,
llosie,   fractional,   Camp   MeKinney,   Thos.
Ural) am
Torchlight, ('lemons camp,TliOB, Qlbblns.
Seattlor, (Heinous en nip, M. McDonald,
II. A. Fractional, West Fork, K. II. Thornton.
Adda, Providence camp, l>. s. .1. Wright.
.I line ll.
May Flower, Providence camp, c, W. Ramoo,
.I nne 7,
Bankrupt, Koek Creek Mt., A. I'. liny.
Montukliit, North Fork, A. Megraw.
.lime s.
Mountain, Eholt, N. Luso.
oro Blanco, Eholt crook,Thos. Clark.
Juno 11.
Pretoria, West Fork, F. M. Elkins.
Jar, False creek, A. (,'. Itidoiit.
Canadian, fractional,Skylark, II. .1. Colo.
June   18.
I'linii, Wm. Powors, Greenwood,
Mafeking,  fractional,   Groenwood,   Ami.   K.
Jackson.
Moonlight,Greenwood, Ami. E Jackson,
c. o. I)., fractional, Greenwood, It. Stuart.
K. s. s. n. P., fractional, Greenwood camp,E.
E. Jackson.
Bay cilv, fractional, Eholi creek, Wm. Chessor.
Juno  15.
Hlddon Treasure, Losl Horse ereek, D. McGUlls.
Diamond, Kimberly camp, Sam Bond.
Lake, fractional, Boaver ereek, Hue;li Cropley.
June 18.
lowu, Omaha camp, M. J. Greovy.
Owen Sound, West Copper, W. II. Armstrong,
Little Mary, fractional, Copper, Alex. Chris-
holm,
liiilliousie. Luke ereek, Norman Morrlsol .
Lancashire, Fractional, Koek ereek, Join, ..oughts.
June 2X.
Snowflake, Clomouscamp, Jiunes Hiekoy.
Boaver Hawk, Clemous camp, James lliekey.
I. I. C., Heaver ereek, Curl Nelson.
Eureka, Boavor crook, Carl Nelson.
June  'I'l.
Kid, fractional, Beaver ereek, Vancouver and
Boundary creek Development  Company.
Now Oro Fine, Rock ereek, A. Ferguson.
June 23.
Morning Star, Camp MeKinney, C. II. Bush.
Kroonstadt, Beaver creek, .Ins. N. Patton.
June 26.
Commander, Copper oanip, Geo. I!. Naden,
.Iune,  211.
Lancashire, fractional,   Deadwood  enmp, El-
wood C, Brown,
June  28,
Baby, Moose ereek, Lewis Scara,
Minucdosil, Moose ereek, ,1ns. Kowntt.
Rainy Day, Moose ereek, A. Johnson.
Hi! or Miss, Wilkinson ereek, J. 1'. Harlan.
Garfield, Qreenwooil camp, John Dempsey.
Jay, fractional, Long Lake, Wm. Rowe.
Montmorency, West Kimberley, K.J. James.
Gold Hug, Copper ereek, P. Daniels,
July 2
Lord Roberts, West Copper, A. 'I'. Kendrick.
July ::.
[jegal Tender, Beaverton, J. E. Marshal] et nl.
Wood Kui, -Vest Kimberley, J. H, James,
Kitchener, West Kimberley, J. II. James.
-Baden-Powell, Deadwood enmp, M. J. l'liehin.
Certificates of Work.
June  'JO.
Robert.., A. O. Beath.
Iron Pyrites, K. c. Brown,
Little Johnnie, Colon s. McRae.
Vnlileuu, A. O. Ilenth.
Juno 2'.
Triangle Fraction, J. F. Heinenway,
June  28,
Night Hawk, J. l-uee.
Tip Tup, 0, 11. Basb.
I'lieuiius Eureka, John 11. Fust.
Willi Pen. M. .1. Wnlernmn.
Wild Simllowor, \v. .1. Whartman.
Wild Currant, w. .1. Whartman.
Sadie, Climax, Little Gus; F. C, Woods etal.
Missing I.Ink,_WorId's Fair; Ronald llm-ris etal.
J11 tie 25,
Nineteen Hundred,Goo. Connolly,
Copper Paint, Wm. Chisholm.
1 lopper King, Orn Tupiuuu.
Bottom, 1. Iliillett.
June 20,
Montana, Idaho, Washington 1 It. E, PI Ichor.
Belmont, fractional, D, MuQIllls,
June   27.
Twaddlo, li. R. Kuglish.
Campion, Itosslandj 11. Boully,
.Illlle   80,
Gold Dust, 1. A. Baxion,
Jul)' 2.
Solar, Dominion, No. 2; a. t. Kondrlok,
July j.
Little Pete, Flllllfoui'.
Anglo BaXOU Me I Ion 111 '11 et 111.
I.Illlc John, John It. lli'i'llii ot ill.
Deadwood, John Reelln el nl.
Harvey iv Robins, of tlie Palace Livery
Stables will give you the best drivers
mil the hest rigs, and the best saddle
horses ill the city.
A line line of Colored Shirts, also nice
silk front at bargain prices at G. F.
Williams.'
Gull 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.
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4
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.
TIIK   HEST    BEER    IN   TOWN    IS   MADE   BY   THE
Notice to Trespassers.
Any person found trespassing on, or taking
timber from the Badon-Potvoll mtnoral claim,
11 Deadwood camp, will bo prosecuted.
JOHN POWELL,
Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
elkhorn Brewery,
ASK    FOR
Elkhorn
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
\ .      The Elkhorn La-
Nst_>v Jj gcr Deer contains
only pure Malt and
llo|is.   Try it 1
It Is kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
1 listrict.
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co.,
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY,
Peterborough, Ontario,
CANADA.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE  4 4
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
O.I.C."
A. L,. White <S_ Co.       second hand store.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
Cimliffe & Ablett,
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS,
Our niiichine shops lire now oonipletu anil we urn prepared to do the heaviest elasH of work.
Ore ears, Ore buckets, shafting, hangers and pulleys. Pipe work a specialty, Estimates given
oa nil classes of work,   Pumps always fu stock.
SPPnwn WAWTl    MAriffVPPV-     FoitHAMC:    One 'jr. II.  P. horizontal engine,
bitUJMU-JlAXsJJ   m A L, til Wil, it Y .    _,x,_   ono 80 11, P. return tubular boiler,  one
III II. P. pnilnl.il' engine mnl lioiler, on skids, Loco. type.    One Hoot Pol ton wheel with mil) (eel,
s lo 10spiral riveted plpo.
The GEM RESTAURANT I��Pen Day and Ni��ht-
_��� . aa.eam.aa   _���_-.���-_���_-.*--�� _ LlMClieS Put Up.   **
"^ LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
�� Meals at All Hours.
BELTING.
Users of tbis article would do well to examine our stock n this lino. 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 the Province. We carry it in stock up to 22 inches, and
Leather Belting up to 18 inches in width.
McLennan, McFeeley <Sr Go., 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.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Jb now locat-d on Greeu-
wood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
8 m.    YEAB8
O   EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tr-
do correct, work.
0, A. lil'KSS, M. A. It. A. HUES.-, M, A.
GUESS BROS.,
miking engineers.
Assay, Anai.yhks, Reports.
Oyanidk Working. Tests,    Amalgamation and Concentration.
20,000 Feet C. C. S
WIRE
%-INCB niAMEI'KU,
POB BAXiK AT
...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13 00
Per UK) feet, Just received from En-liuul.
Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,   BOX 670 P. O, Nelson. H. 0.
ROPE
A. R. HEYLAND,
Mines and   Mineral  Claims Sur
veyed.
George Blk., (ireenwood, B, C.
O. F. Mickle. F. Archer.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle & Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
For BAR MIRRORS, PLATE,
SHEET or C0UL0RED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VARNISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
WRITE
A. F. ASKEW,
GRAND, FORES, B. C.
Boundary Creek representatives of J. w. Heller
of Victoria, who carries tlie largest stock In
above lines in H C As nearly all oi these
goods are Imported via Cape Horn the cheap
freight excludes eastern dealers
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & 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 K
Imperial
Limited."
Service for the year J 900 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',
T. P. A. 'Nelson.
E. J. COYLE,
A. G. P. A., Ynnc.
WESTERN     FEDERATION   OF   MINERS���
Tbe Greenwood  Branch oi tlie Feneration
meets hereiiiter   In  Tnion hull. Silver street,
ut7::i(l  p.  in. every Siitiinliiy eve.nilitt.
M, 11. KANE, Secretary. I
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
1
CELEBRATION NOTES, :#"VM��W^^
The football match on tlie evenii g f
tlie lirst day was a walk-over for the Old
Ironsides team, defeating the home
team hy  3 to 1.
The Greenwood hose team played in
very bad luck in both the hub and hub
and wet test. McLeod falling in the
former lost them a race which they had
well in hand, and in the wet tent, \V.
Medill's error cost them the first prize.
The musical part of the program was
first class in every respect. The pipers
from Rossland were enthusiastically received by everyone, and heing the first
to visit the district, they were kept
playing night and day. The city band
was also in attendance and furnished
excellent music.
Neither the judges nor the committee
played any favorites in the sporting
events, nnd there were no kicks nor cause
for kicks. The local sports had the
same chance ns outsiders and won or
lost on their merits. Of course the people of Greenwood would have liked to
Bee the prizes carried off by local competitors. They had the cheers of the
crowd but that was the only advantage.
The committee and judges did just, what
the people expected of them," and did it
well. ___
In future celebrations, if the Highland pipes are to form part of the musical program, it, will he necessary either
to place the pipes at the starting point
of the horse races, or secure starters of
some otlier nationality than Scotchmen.
Much of the tardiness iu starting the
horses was due to the fact that the persons performing that duty were Scotch,
and every time the pipes struck tip,
they dropped everything and made for
the winning post where the pipes were
stationed, and refused lo leave until the
music stopped.
A colored gentleman, with chappie
predilections, attracted considerable attention during the celebration, lie was
dressed in the bloomers, leggings, etc.,
and carried the regulation cane of the
young affliction who is sent to the colonies from the Hritish Isles lo acquire a
knowledge ol" "rawncliing." It is to lie
hoped that, this disease will not become
contagious among the colored residents
of Geeenwood ai.d Anaconda. This
iiiisadornnicnl in dress is the inalienable
privilege alone of the youth who is sent
out to the colonies to learn the ways of
the country, and who" only succeeds in
"blowing in the old beggaw iil home."
The drilling contests were the best
and closest ever held in the Boundary
district. The first place in both the
double contests' was won by Alex. Mc-
Leod's faultless changes. He did not
make a miss in either match. In Friday evening's contest, McLeod and Ross
won 1st, with -ll)!8 inches, Stevenson
and Henderson 2nd, with thirty-
eight inches, and Koulds and Mc-
Carty, 38 inches. In Saturday's contest, McLeod and Foulds 38'.{ inches,
Koss and Durham 38, and Stevenson
and Henderson .'iT1^. The single-
handed contest was won dy Stevenson,
13,!�� indies, Durham second, 10:,4
inches.
If the recent celebration did nothing
else, it brought, out the inate hospitality
of the old-time prospector. It also demonstrated his inability to cope with the
modern female of the human species.
One of the best known of the old timers
did nothing lor tin two days of Ihe celebration but feed young ladies. At one
time he had eight, of them to lunc' ; at
another time lie was seen enter!.i an
ice cream parlor with no less than I ., _lve
under his care, and numberless times he
iee-eruatnsd from two to six. He appeared pleased on each occasion, as also
did the young ladies. He was determined thai, all the lady visitors to the
celebration should be fed, and they
were.	
For (he lirst attempt at a trades parade, the floats were a surprise to everyone, and were  equal   to those  seen in a
large city. The float of the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia hoys was new to
westeners, and representative ol' a very
Important industry of the Maritime provinces. A very neat float,
was that, of the City Saddlery, driven by
Miss lluller. as also were those of Smith
& MoRae, Rendell A Co., the Russell
Hardware Co., the 0. I. 0., and Win-
pett's carriage works. A very unique
float was that of the Clarendon hotel, re"-
presenting Old Crow Whiskey. The
Klkhorn Brewery had the most elaborate
float in the procession. The Yale-Columbia Lumber company was represented in the procession by a float of
logs, and a large load of finished lumber.
A BIG STRIKE FEARED.
It May Involve Twenty Mines and Iroin 2000
to 3000 Miners.
For some time past trouble has been
brewing between the miners and companies on the North Star nnd Sullivan
hills, which, if not amicably arranged,
will spread to the  adjacent,  camps  and
result in 3000 or more miners going on
High assays, large
showings. **********
Strong company operating there.v**^*^_��
Sawmill being erected. *** ** ** **]j* ** **
Roads being built by
the company to the
city.^ ** ** ** v* **
Business    $ J 00
^ and $200
Residence   <T    HE
Lots |--- M>    '3
v^and $125
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BounpR
 FOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO-
W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon City.    ��     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. C.
Listen
The thing to use for
CHAPPED HANDS AND THE FACE IS
Greenwood, D. C.
Witch Hazel and Cucumber Cream
at MILLER BROS.,
strike. The managers, or their re pre-j
sentativeB, of the ten shipping mines on
those hills are very reticent on the subject; all met in Cranbrook last night in
the ollices of the Consolidated Silver-Lead
Mines Co., Limited, but although everyone of them was personally interviewed
by Herald reporters, not a word would
any ����.I" them vouchsafe upon the subject.
It. Is also reported that tho miners
have held several meetings recently, but
they are just as reticent as the managers.
If ii strike is Inaugurated it in feared
that il. will he :i long one, as Ihe Miners'
Union not only has a good fat. treasury
ill the present time, but it also owns the
"Cninii Miner," a properly Oil the St.
Marys which [or six months has been
shipping quite regularly and much more
than paid its way of late for development.
It. is sincerely hoped that cool counsels
will prevail and an amicable settlement
be reached,���Cranbrook Herald.
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_________0O#>#W St root,
Hiive Jusl n Ivoil
some iii iiiosii wonderful
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They eiisl  less tllllll ll emit lilt
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Shelf and Heavy
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Tinware, Graniteware,
Minors'  Supplies,
Jesaep and Leonard's
Celebrated Steel.
There is hIso in connection
a fully equipped, up-to-date
' ...Tin Shop...
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Brands:     INTERIOR and
MINER.
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CLEAR HAVANA   FILLER.
Nothing but B. C. Union Labor Employed.
-FOR BALE AT-
Arlington, Pioneer, International, Pacific, Rossland, Ottawa
and Commercial Hotels, H. A. King & Co.
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRY.
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WESTERN PRODUCE CO.,
- - - GREENWOOD, B. C. - - -
<^~ Commission  Merchants-
Direct Importers ol
Fresh Fruits. ���.** **
Dried | Canned Fruits,
Vegetables, Etc.
gcognmeat Oranges, Lemons, Bananas. toftgffi^��*l\
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EGGS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, LARD, Etc.
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\   Prices on   Aw_-_I_gS   aiid  |
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LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
Manufacturer
-"���? All Kinds of Carbonated .Beverages,
H  (Hints for THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
riie Largest Brewery in liritish Columbia.
 JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
1__L1U_1    lVlCcU    lVlctr__CLrFRESHMEATS,SAUSAGE,Etc
P, HI.T.XS,. CO.      RHOLT, 11. (.'. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
NEW AND POPULAR
BOOKS...
Now in Stock
The Lunatic at Large,
J. S. COUWTOK,
The Scarlet Woman,
JOSEPH HOCKING.
Via Crucis,
F. MARION CRAWFORD.
Vivian of Virginia,
H01BERT FULLER
SMITH & McRAE,
Phone: BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
V. te If. 14.      PAPER, MAPS, FANCT GOODS.
Janice Meredith,
P, L. FORD,
You Never Saw
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Gambling linn ceased to be a virtue ii
(Ireenwood.
TIioh. McDonnell returned from Spo
kane on Tuesday.
(io to Rendell's Arcade for up-to-date
gent's furnishings.
K. M. McEntire lias been confined to
his bed for tbe past week.
Miss. Minnie Blue, of Rossland, is
visiting with tbe Misses Fisher of Greenwood .
Mrs. C. Scott Galloway and three
sons returned from Victoria tbe past
week.
R. A. Brown, tbe owner of the Volcanic on tbe North Fork;, was in tbe
city this week.
F. T.- Abbott, manager of tbe Snodgrass stage lines, left for Kossland on
Wednesday,s train.
II. C. Holden left last Tuesday for
Bolster, Wash., where be will be en
gaged on a painting contract for a couple
of weeks.
J. C. Gotipi), formerly of Goupil &
Holden, this city, now ranching on
Myers ereek, was in the city during the
celebration.
It. M. Nisbet of the Columbia Review
was in the city Thursday on business.
Mr. Nisbet lias just returned from the
Nelson celebration, where he was an
easy winner in tbe swimming contest.
John Powell of Greenwood, notifies all
persons trespassing on, or taking timber
from   the Baden-Powell  (formerly  the
Big Bonanza)  mineral  claim  in  Dead
wood camp, that they will be prosecuted.
Percy F, Godenrath, for six months
news editor of the Daily Times, left
Sunday to accept a position on the
Rossland Miner. Mr. Godenrath is a
live news hustler and a good fellow.
Mrs. Joseph McArtliur, better known
as Mrs. Pauline Ames, died in this city
on the 28th of June, and was buried fn
the Greenwood cemetry. Mrs. McArtliur has been on the stage since she was
eight years of age, filling engagements-
in all the eastern cities and on the
coast.
Tuesday evening tho following officers
for tho ensuing term of Boundary Valley
Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., were installed by W.
M. Law, D. D. G. M.: P. G., D. Ross:
N. G., James Kerr; V. G., G. B Taylor; Secretary, D. A. McKenzie; Treasurer, N. II. Lamont. The other ollicers
will be installed next week.
The hose team returned from Nelson
by Wednesday's train. Tbey received a
$50 prize, although tbey bad understood
that the prize was to be $75. The other
$25 was given to Grand Forks. Tbe
Nelson celebration committee are liberal.
They gave $25 of the prize money won
hy Greenwood to Grand Forks to help
pay the expenses of the latter team.
This is sportsmanlike, and very creditable to both the celebration committee
of Nelson and their lire brigade.
CITY COUNCIL.
At the special meeting of tho city
council held Thursday evening, there
wore present the Mayor and Aldermen
Bun Herman, Cropley, Sharpe, Sullivan
Sutherland and (ialloway.
After reading the mintitesof previous
session, thu following communications
were read and disposed of:
Petitions from property holders on
Oburoh and Gold streets, referred to
street, committee.
City clerk presented petitions for
appropriations for road to White's camp
and trail to Kimberley camp. Clerk instructed to send the former to Hon.
���Smith Curtis and tbe latter to Premier
Dunsmuir.
Chief Henton of the fire department
was discharged.
A letter from W. S. Keith, applying
for the position of fire chief, was received
and filed.
J. F. Junkin, of the Manufacturers'
Life Insurance company, wrote stating
that his company was not prepared to
purchase city debentures.
The finance committee were instructed
to report at next meeting of council.
Bylaw 40 was reconsidered and finally
passed.
An Ugly Pair of
Slater Shoes....
"The Slater Comfort Shape."
The "Slater Shoe" is designed ill the twelve foot-fitting
shapes of which the "Comfort" i.i one of the leader.
Has a wide sweejring curve: on the outside, full round toe,
roomy at the great toe, Uiy'n instep and handsome curves.
Comfortnble ns its name denotes, a combination
of strength and appearance.
1
THE   CANADIAN
A catalogue show-
Hnj*  all  the  shapes,
styles and leathers of
the "Slater Shoe" free to every enquirer.
Every pair Goodyear welted with makers'
name and price stamped on the soles.
$3-50, J?4-5�� and $5.5o.
r
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   :    :    :
NADBN BLOCK :
GREENWOOD    :
Graduate Pennsylvania
College ol Dental - -
Surgery - - - - -
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate ol British
Columbia-  -  -  -   -
Bylaw No 47, to provide for curren
expenses, was read a third time.
On motion a sign was ordered to be
put up near the Roman Catholic church,
forbidding persons taking sand from the
street.
The street committeo were instructed
to enter into a further agreement in
writing with contractors to take dirt
from west to cant side of Boundary
avenue.
Tbe question of draining tbe flat north
of Deadwood street was again brought
up. Alderman Galloway stated I bit ii
would be. necessary to have outlet of
ditch about 50 feet below Deadwood
street bridge in order to get proper
drainage.
The fire and light committee were instructed to place city lock-up in a
proper condition,
Council then adjourned.
The Kaiser's Speech,
Addressing the detachments of German marines which sailed from Wil-
helmhaven for China Monday, the
Emperor made a remarkable speech,
during which he notified the world of
Germany's intention to avenge the murder of Baron von Kettler, the late minister of Germany at Pekin, and the missionaries, and to dictate terms to the
Chinese from the palace at Pekin. According to the Lokal Anzeiger of Monday, he spoke as follows :
"The German flag has been insulted
and the German empire treated with
contempt. This demands exemplary
punishment and vengeance. Events
have moved with frightful rapidity and
have become profoundly grave, and still
graver since I called you to arms. What
I hoped to effect with she help of the
marine infantry has now become a difficult task, which can only be fulfilled
by the help of the serried ranks of all
civilized states. I will net rest until the
German flag, joined to thoso of the
other powers, floats triumphantly over
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of_
...Jyavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
iil flavor or condition, Our stock is jealously and intelligently eared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO*,
THE  HAVANA CIGAR  EMPORIUM
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
OK THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Clarendon Hotol Hloek,
GREENWOOD, B. C
tbe Chinese Hag, and until it has been
planted on the walls oi I'ekin to dictate
peace to China. You will have to maintain good comradeship with all the
other troops whom you will come in
contact with over yonder; Russian,
British and French, all alike, are fighting for one common cause, for civilization."
Ladies, come in and see our range of
pretty belts,   (i. F. Williams.
There may be some truth in the following from an English paper: "It's
sickening to hear the whoop now for
Tommy Atkins ; he's a hero, a little tin
god. But in the piping time of peace no
respectable Englishman would be seen
in his comyany. Tbe finger of every
loafer is pointed at him as the fellow too
lazy to work. In bis own country, pubs
openly refuse to serve him, and won't
allow him about the place lest he, being
an infected animal, should drive away
trade. Eating houses ditto. Certaii:
parts of the theatre are barred him. No
respectable girl, if she wishes to keep
her place, dare be seen with him; if
she marry him she is disgraced���far better to have married a sweep. His pay
baiely keeps him, and if be has the
cheek to marry, his wife must work
(wash or char) to keep herself. And
when this war is over he will again be
the pariah and moral leper be was after
every other war. The thin red line is a
fine thing in poetry, but in real life
when no war is on, the average Englishman wouldn't touch it with a long
pole."
...All Kinds of...
WOOD AND IRON WORK
DONE AT
Winner's Carriage and Wagon Shop.
Opposite the Alhambra,
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
Tho only all rail route between all
.mints Kast, West and Smith to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND-
Intermediate Points,
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with tho
Great Northern, Northern Pacifio
AND'	
0. R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo ;;j,'.! Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Anil Conuoots Daily at liosslmrg
Stage Daily for
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
I.KAVK,
10:85 a. tn Spokane..
12:05 p. iii   ...ISnsslanil..
9:80 u. in Nelson...
Ntght Train.
0:48 p. in Spokane...
li ion p. m Rossland.,,
AKHTVE
.7:1(1 ii. ra
.;-,::in n, m
S:(Kip. m
..7:0,1 a. m
..(1:110 a, in.
H.
A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Swayne House,
SILVER STREET, OREENWOOD,
...Rooms and Table Board..
Tho Rest Private
Boarding House in the Olty.
....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
������������
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc,
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.   H. r. Ki���tHck
Dank of C
ommerce.
Head Office, TORONTO.
Established 1867.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
(Six Million Dollars.]
best $1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. I'lohmbk.
Thin bank has the largest number ol
branches of any bank in Camilla, with
agencies 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 ami Circular Notes Issued
available in uny part of the world.
Approved NoIdh Discounted; Collections made.
A general Dunking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
....BANK of  MONTREAL....
Capital, all paid np, $12,000,000.
Rest $6,000,000
President:
LOKD .STKATHCONA ANll MOUNT ItOYAl..
Vice-President:
Hon. QKOBOE A. Hhummond.
General Manager E. 8. CLiitiSTon
���o���
Branches in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago,
Anil in the principal cities in Canada.
Buy and sell  Sterling Exchange and
('able Transfers; Grant Commercial and
Travelers' Credits, available in any part
of tho world.
Drafts   issued,   Collections made, etc.
Greenwood ���  Branch.
F. J. FINOCANE, Manager.
"National, "~^>
Mas. E. Armstrong,   Finest Rooming
Manager       Home in the City.
Rooms by DAY, WEEK or MONTH.
, ��� llatli and Toilet
LIT BY EI.EOTRIOTY. ������ c,,���.|, |lo���,
Greenwood Cigar Store,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS,
SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . . .
Dawaon _ Craddock.
CLEANING, REPAIRING,
TENT MAKING,
and Awnings.
ANTOINE MAURIN,
Opposite the Alhambra Hotel,
Deadwood St.
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL    LAND    SURVEYOR,
CIVIL     ENGINEER,    DRAlKiflTH-
MAN, and NOTARY PUBLIC,	
 FAIRVIEW, B. C. - - .
Rooms to
Largo airy rooms, unfurnished, in tlio bust
resident;, in Anaconda. Terms ?fl pur
mon 111.      Apply to
MRS. H. MoKINNEY,
Anaconda.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNEBSHIP.
KOTICE is hereby given that W. S.Keith
nnd P. P, Ketchum, doing business as
Real Estate and Mining Hrokors under Ihe
lirm name of Keith & K etc hum, have this day
dissolved partnership.
AH debts owing to the above linn will be
Ketch un
paid to P. F. Ke
Signed
W. S. KKITII.
R K. KJ-TCllLM.
SCAVEINCjER
SERVICE......
Persons desiring work in thin line
can have the name done promptly
by  dropping  a   written   request
with   name and locality, in  the
mail  box  now  in   place   at   tbe
Eire Hall, on Greenwood street.
THE OREENWOOD   MINKII   PRINT-
IN(j CO. lias been appointed agent for
Spokane
Engraving Co.
Orders will be, received for rubber
stamps, enr'ooratinn, notary, and lodge
seals, stencjts, metal cheeks, eugrav-Hgs,
etc, ete Prompt attention to orders
and quick delivery.
.^MiV-ViV.YrYiVrfWiYV^
Furniture
Just in....
3 cars bed room suits,
40 styles.
2 cars chairs 50 styles.
1 car brass and Iron beds 25 styles.
T.M. Gulley &Co.,
FURNITURE.
1 car bedding, 10 styles of springs,   |   Undertaking and Embalming.
13 styles top mattresses. ����������������!��������������������������������������������������������������������<��
1 car ttpholstry goods, comprising parlor sets, couches, bed lounges, Etc.,
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