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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 31.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, August 3, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
BIG LEDGES, RICH ORE
In the Principal Summit Camp
Properties.
THE B. C. SHIPPING REGULARLY
Development on the R. Bell, Mountain
View and Strawberry���The Lone
King and Rambler Group
frojin Eholt, Hall and Richardson are
running a tunnel to crosscut the lead.
The tunnel is now in 105 feet, in well
mineralized rock. It is expected the
lead will be encountered in another
twenty feet. This ;\vill give them a
depth of about 100 feet.
On the Rambler group Stiperintend-
Davis is pushing work. The crosscut
from 112-foot level is in well mineralized, rock. Or. this property there is
one of the largest iron cuppings in tbe
Boundary country, and when the big
lead iH 'struck in the crosscut tlie
Rambler group will be among the shippers of the district.
Mulligan and Connors have completed the 60-foot shaft on the Silver
Plume.
J11 Summit camp development work
is being pushed, and hitherto unknown
properties are being classed among the
shippers in the near future. The U. 0.
mine is now shipping about 100 tons of
ore a day. On the 250-foot level there is
a ledge OU feet wide of shipping ore, running high in copper values. This property is now considered one of the most
valuable in British Columbia, and it is
safe to say that in the next live years it
will give larger returns to its shareholders than any oilier mine in the province.
It lias a larger body and higher grade
than either tlie Le.Roi or War Kagle.
The property next in importance to
the 15. C. in the matter of development
is the Oro Denoro. This property is
nut being worked at. present, but il is
believed that development will again be
resumed in a short time and regular
shipments made. The ore body iu the
upper tunnel of tlie Oro Denero is 02
feelin width, giving good copper values.
It is owned by the King company, the
principal stockholders of which reside
in Rossland. The cause of development not being carried on is said to
have been the difficulty in raising sufficient money to bring the claim to a
shipping stage.
The R. Bell, under .bond to the
Graves-Miner syndicate, is equipped
with a small boiler and hoist. A crosscut is being run from the 70-foot level,
and is now in 50 feet. The ledge is
about nine feet in width It is the intention to drift on the lead from the
crosscut. A tunnel has been run on the
lead 110 feet in good ore. Other development consists of a 40-foot shaft, from
which a crosscut baa been run 47 feet to
tap the lead. ,'���'.;
On the Mountain View, owned by the
Mountain View Copper company, a
shaft has been sunk 05 feet, from which
a crosscut is being run towards the ore
body. A tunnel has also been run on
the lead 00 feet. The ledge is tlie same
as that on the Blue Bell and is between
9 and 10 feet in width. At a meeting
of tbe shareholders of the company held
in Summit camp Saturday evening it
was decided to continue development.
The shaft is now down 05 feet, and from
this level crosscutting and drifting will
be done. James Scrafford of the B-. C,
is superintending development work.
The Blue Bell, owned by W.Shaw,
joins the Mountain View on the east.
It is developed by two 15-loot shafts anil
open cuts. The ledge has been traced
for 200 feet, and is between 0 and 10 feet
in width, throe feet of which is high
grade, running 20>/j per cent, copper,
$4.20 gold and 08 cents in silver.
The railway spur to thO.B, C. mine
crosses this property. The Mountain
Rose, owned by Mackenzie & Mann
joins this claim, as also does the Saloon
fraction, owned hy James Cunningham
and YV. Shaw. Ou the Saloon there is a
10-foot shaft, all in ore. The lodge is
about 14 feet in width.
Tho Ontario lies between and joins
the B. O, It. Bull and Cardiff. About
$1000 has been spent in developing this
property by open crosscuts, with a view
to determining the ore body. The Norman (fractional) adjoining the Ontario,
curries good values. Between the Ontario and .losie lie the Duplicate and
Triplicate (fractional), two oilier proper-
tics belonging to Mr. Shaw, and on
which considerable work has been done.
There are a number of claims in the
vicinity of these on which, owing to the
financial depression, no work has-.lately
been done.
On the Strawberry, about three miles
from Eholt, a rich strike has been, made
the past week. The shaft is down 125
feet, and a crosscut from this lcvql is in
a very rich body of copper ore. At the
05-foot level this ledge was crosscut, for
a distance of 28 feet. Hewitt Bostock,
M. P., is one of the stockholders in the
company, of which A, B. Clabqrn of
Rossland is Ihe promoter. Eight., men
are working on the claim.
Ou the Lone King, about two; miles
MINING BRIEFS.
The final payment was made on the
Marguerite in Deadwood camp on Tuesday last to J. P. Harlan. The bond was
for $2,000 in cash and shares of the company. Mr. Harlan received $0,500 as
linal payment for his interest in the
mine. The Montreal and Quebec syndicate are the present owners.
Clement Vacher of Penticton was in
the city this week 'and put up at the
Pioneer. Mr. Vacher is one of the old-
time prospectors of the district, and al
one lime was interested in the St. Lawrence and other well known properties
in White's camp.
James Estops and James Smith returned this week from a prospecting
trip on the Kast Kork of the Wesl Fork.
They had been gone Uvo months and
located a number of claims which, from
surface showings, promise to become
mines.
F, M. Klkins left Thursday afternoon
for Twenty-Mile creek, in the Sitnilka-
nieen, to do assessment work on claims
owned by him. He wili be gone a
month.
A local broker has a big deal on for a
group of Deadwood cam]) properties. If
the deal goes through Deadwood will be
the liveliest camp in the district.
J. W. Astlev of Rossland, consulting
engineer of the Snowshoe in Greenwood
camp, was in the ci'.y this week and
visited the mine.
Bob Murray came in from Kimberly
camp on Wednesday, where he has been
doing assessmeii; work on the  Atlantic.
H. C. Holden, wall paper.
H. C. Shaw and family are camping at
bong Lake.
R. Warring Gates of Toronto is in the
city looking for investments.
Mrs. and Miss Blomgreen of Grand
Forks are registered at the Armstroug.
R. Donagin returned this week from a
prospecting trip on the Colville Indian
reservation.
Dr. Foster returned Monday from a two |
months visit to Montreal and other
eastern points.
On Friday night a dance was held at
the Kaiser house, Eholt, about twenty
couples being present.
A. W. Bennest and J. P. Harlan returned from a camping trip to West-
bridge the past week.
H. Nicholson, the well known pioneer of Camp McKinney, was registered
at the Imperial this week.
Wm. T. Bonner, a prominent stock
broker of Montreal, was in the city this
week and registered at tbe Imperial.
Frederick Bescombe, president of the
Vancouver board ol trade, was in tbe
city the past week on a business trip.
James Adams and F. Todd, two Toronto drummers, were taking orders in
in the city Wednesday anil Thursday.
Grant and Mrs. Stewart of Molson,
Wash,, arrived in the oily Monday and
went on to Spokane by Tuesday's train.
James McNichol returned from a visit
to Carson on Monday night's train, and
and went up to Deadwood  on Tuesday,
Miss Minnie Blue, who has been visiting the Misses Fisher for the past
month, left Monday for her homo in
Rossland.
E. Kerfoot, Greenwood street, is expecting a large consignment of fruits
Saturday, including pine apples, melons,
bananas, etc.
Come and see our nice line of real
hair switches in different shades from
$2.C   ip. We are here to try and accom-
THE NEW LAUNDRY
The Machinery in Place
the Steam Laundry
for
WILL BE WORKING NEXT WEEK
PostciTice Has   Been   Opened  in
Deadwood���Work on the
Greyhound.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS,
Wall Paper, H. C. Holden.
Dr. Spankie arrived from a professional trip to Toronto on Tuesday.
R. R. Cunningham of Butte, Mont.,
was registered at the Armstrong this
week.
.Ex-Mayor Jeff Davis of Grand Forks
registered at the Hotel Imperial this
week.
James Johnson, representing the
Crows Nest Coal Company, was in the
city Wednesday and registered at the
Hotel Imperial.
W. C. Gleason, a mine operator of
Denver, Colo., spent tbe past week in
visiting some of the mining camus of
Boundary district.
Mr. and Mrs. Meachem and two child-
m of Molson, Wash., are registered at
'.he Imperial. Mr, Meachem is the
owner of tlie Molson townsite,
Duncan Ross and C, Scott Galloway
left on Wednesday's train to attend the
meeting of tho associated boards of
trade beidg held yesterday and today in
Nelson.
Mrs. J. A. Cameron and Miss Cameron of Vancouver; Mrs. ,1, W. Smyth,
Cranbrook ; C. A. and Mrs. Lawler, New
York; George Talbott, Oranbook, are
registered at the Hotel Armstrong.
E. C. Hagan of Winnipeg, a railway
contractor, was in the city Tuesday and
went west to look over the proposed
road between Midway and Princeton,
Mr. Eagan says that work will be
started on the road this fall, and it is
possible that trains will be running
through to Princeton within two years.
VV. II. Norris, for four years editor
and publisher of the Midway Advance,
spent a few days iu the city this week.
Mr. Norris had the largest field of any
newspaper publisher in British Columbia when he started the Advance. The
nearest publication was at Marcus, a
distance of 70 mfleSj Rossland was also
about the same distance from Midway,
while Vernon on the north was about
150 miles distant. The advance did job
printing for all the business houses for
a radius of about 70 miles, taking in
Grand Prairie, the Similkameen,
Osoyoos, Fairview, Camp McKinney,
Kelowna and Penticton.
modate the public,   G, F. Williams.
A. S. Taylor and E. A. Moule, of
Sherbrooke, P. Q., are registered at the
B. C. Both gentlemen are looking over
the country with a view to investments.
Among   those   registered at   the   B.
C. this week were Charles H. Atherton,
Nelson ; W. J, Ross, West Robson ; and
G. W. Tulloch and J. D. Lauren, West
bridge.
Hugh Cameron of Camp McKinney
was in the city Tuesday, accompanied
by his brother Dougald, who went east
by Wednesday's train an a visit to the
old home.
The Presbyterian Sunday-school is endeavoring to arrange an excursion to
Grand Forks. The C. P. R. has generously offered return rates for 75 cents
and children 40 cents.
Frank Coryell of Grand Prairie was in
the city on Tuesday. Mr. Coryoll has
gone extensively into brick making, and
was over making arrangements for the
sale of his manufactures.
Forest fires have been numerous the
past week. The Vernon # Nelson Telephone c ampany had two miles of line
destroyed at Sheep creek Tuesday, On
Wednesday the country for miles north
of Midway was on fire,
On Monday evening at tho B. C.
hotel, Wm. Brasslield and Miss Rainey
of Molson, Wash., were married by tbe
Rev. Mr. Robins of (ireenwood. Mr,
and Mrs. Grant Stewart of Molson,
Wash., supported the couple through
the trying ordeal.
The Vernon & Nelson Telephone company have made a sweeping reduction
in their long distance rates. The one-
minute rate is now 50 cents to Spokane,
and Republic, and 55 cents to Rossland
and Nelson. Otlier rates are proportionately low.
II. D. McKinnon and Stanley Henderson of Vancouver registered Thursday at the Imperial. Mr. Henderson is
manager for the mainland of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New
York. lie waH one of the pioneers of
Vancouver, being connected with tho C.
P. R. in that city from 1890 to 1900.
Mr. Henderson reports business quiet
in every city on the mainland.
Fred Newman, one of the old-time
conductors on thu Pacific division of tho
C. P. R. was in thecity Wednesday and
registered at the Imperial. Mr. Newman ran between Kamloops and Donald
for a number of years. He quit the
road and went into business in Portage
La Prairie, Man., of which town be wus
mayor fur several years. He is again
railroading and is running a train on
the Columbia & Western between here
and Robson,
The well known firm of W. J. Snodgrass & Sons with characteristic energy,
will next week open a large steam
laundry which will be a credit to the
city and deserving of not only the patronage but the hearty support of every
citizen. The heavy investment they
have made both in building and machinery give evidence of their confidence
in the future of Greenwood, and the
support of the public will ensure a great
convenience, besides furnishing white
labor with employment, which is preferable to supporting an equal number of
Chinese.
F.T.Abbott, the business manager,
has kindly furnished uh with the following Information in reference to the business; lie says the minimum number of
etnyloyees will be fifteen. A larger nuni-
liumher will be employed ns business
increases. The plant is the best that
could be purchased and consists of the
most modern machinery and devices
known for the rapid and efficient handling of laundry work. The laundry department proper will be under the
direct supervision of an expert from the
east, whoBe experience guarantees the
highest grade of work. The plant occupies a floor space of 90 x 30 feet and
to an unitiated person resembles a large
factory, with its shafting, pulleys, belts,
steam and water pipes and odd looking
machines, the use of which a person
unacquainted with the business has but
little idea of. The public will be extended a general invitation to come and
see the plant in operation as soon after
The ore body in this drift is 10 feet
wide. A.t 70 feet the vein was crosscut
eight feet without encountering the
hanging wall. The shipment gav. a
gross return of $15 in gold, 7 ounces in
silver and (i per cent copper. After paying transportation by wagons to Grand
Fork?, railway freight and treatment
charges the net return was nearly $22
per ton.
The ore even at depth is greatly oxi
dized and consequently   is easily mined.
This promising property is generally
regarded as one of the highest grade
propositions in the Boundary. The development work is buing directed by J.
II. Fox, who has been engaged in milling operations for many years with
marked success. The Golden Eagle
will soon be a steady shipper to the
Grand Forks smelter, It is owned by
thd Royal Victoria Gold Mining company, the principal shareholers of
which are Alderman P. P. Sharpe and
L. S. Moulton-Barrett of Greenwood.
Sudden Death,
On Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock
Fidelle H. Gagnon died suddenly in his
cabin near Eholt of heart failure. The
deceased was So" years of age and a native of St. Francois, Montmagie county,
Quebec. He was well educated, having
received a university education in Quebec. He came west a number of years
ago and followed the calling of an accountant in the United States. About
Uvo years ago he came to the Boundary
country and engaged in prospecting, locating properties in Long Lake camp.
His brother, 0. V. Gagnon, came over
from Nelson, B. C, last night to attend
tiie luneral.
City Council.
At the regular meeting of the city
council held Monday evening, there
were present the mayor and Aldermen
Cropley, Galloway, Sutherland and
Sullivan. The following communications were read and disposed of:
From E. H. Gray & Co., Montreal,
asking for information in regard to issue
of $20,000 debentures and wishing privilege of tendering for same.    Filed.
From Pri ngle & Whiteside, re award
of arbitration to Ostraski and Fisher of
$800, for land expropriated in widening
Silver street, and informing council
that proceedings would be continued if
amount of award were not paid. The
clerk was instructed to write stating
that amount would be paid as soon as
funds were available.
From B. L. Wood and others asking
that a Bidewalk be laid from B. C. hotel
to Deadwood street. Referred to street
committee.
Council adjourned.
Theatrical.
East   Lynne  or  The Elopement   at
Auditorium Monday night, August 0.
Greenwood Liberal Association.
There will be a meeting of the Greenwood Liberal Association in thecity hall,
Greenwood, on Saturday evening, the
llth inst., at 8 o'clock. A full attend-
tendance is requested.
J. R. Brown, Secretary.
T. Hardy, President.
Ladies
Wo have   a nice selection of ready-
made costumesto be sold at rock bottom
prices; also ready-made skirts, at G. F.
Williams'.
starting as tbe machines can be adjusted
and put in perfect working order. The
power is supplied by a 30-horsepower
boiler and engine. The machinery consists of two double compartment and
one single compartment washer, a 1900
Nelson & Kreuter mangle, a 28-inch
centrifugal extractor, dryers, starching
machines and a host of otlier machines
which it is impossible to enumerate
here, Tho machinery was started running Thursday evening, and the laundry
will be in operation next week.
Deadwood.
A postoffice has been opened in Dead-
wood with John Ilambly as postmaster.
Tenders are being asked fer by the post-
office department for carrying the mail
from Greenwood to Deadwood. It is expected a public school will be opened ut
the end of the present vacation. Business is looking up in the town owing to
tho rich strikes on the Sunset and Crown
Silver and the good prospects on the
Greyhound. The shaft on the latter
claim is down 115 feet all in ore. Cross-
cutting has been commenced from the
100-foot level. Other claims in the vicinity of Deadwood are looking well. Development work is being pushed on the
Butcher Boy, witli good prospects of a
slipping mine before the Greenwood
Smelter is completed.
The Golden Eagle.
Two shifts are pushing development
work on the Golden Eagle, Brown's
camp, North Fork of Kettle river. The
main working shaft has been sunk to a
depth of 150 feet. At the 100-foot level
No. 2 vein is eight feet wide between
walls in a 20-foot drift to the north.
Fifty feet below a drift has been extended 14 foot in the same direction
The vein at the bottom nf the shaft is
about two and one-half feet wide, but in
the face of the drift has increased to four
feet. In this working the ore is largely
chalcopyrite with somo sulphides,
small stringers of native copper also
having been encountered. This drift
will bo extended. II. is expected that it
will strike No. 1 vein, exposed in No. 1
shaft, and in the 35-foot crosscut connecting both shafts at the Ill-foot level.
The Supposition is that the ore bodies
unite and form one lead.
No. 1 shaft has been sunk to a depth
of 70 feet.   Thu  10-ton ore shipment recently   sent   to the   Trail  smelter was I looking over the country  with a view to
taken from a drift at a depth of 45 feet,   investing in mining properties.
LOCAL NOTES,
II. C. Holden, the carriage, house and
sign painter.
R. A. Matheson of Beaverton was registered at the Pioneer this week.
Just arrived at II. B. Mutinies a large
consignment of standard novels.
Harvey & Robins of the Palace Livery
have the best turnouts in the district.
If yon really want the latest patterns
in wall papers, see II. C. Holden.
V. R. Sterling, of Angels Camp, Cal.,
arrived in the city last night and is
stepping at the  B. 0. hotel.
For Sale���A lady's bicycle in good
order, cheap. To be seen at G. F. Williams dry goods store.
Thomas H. Lenarkand Laura Aeger-
singer were married on July 24 at the
Greenwood Hotel by Rev. B. H. Balderston.
��� Palace Livery
i  best  drivers
and   the best  saddle
Harvey & Robins, of tin
Stables will  give you  tin
and the best   rigs,
horses in the city.
D. D. McPhail leaves for the Similka-
meen tomorrow. He is accompanied by
Mr.  Bushill uf  London. Eng.,  who is THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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Telephone 47.
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Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
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J. W. GRIER Manager.
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FRIDAY, Aim sT 8. 1900.
I'll AT SUGGESTION.
Suggestions are always in order, says
the Greenwood Miner, and Un-.Miner
would siiKKost that It is about time the
feud started by tbe llardy-Smallea contest for mayor should cense, To which
the Times mosl heartily subscribes.
There i-1 absolutely no good reason why
there should !"��� u tend because people
have diffaruiil opinions regarding municipal management There are some
men, however, in tlie city who are
laboring under ihe impression that
they are the olllcas they hold and the
law regulating tho same and that any
npiui srpnisHcd regarding either is an
affront In themselves, Unless they can
get rid of this Impression  the feud is
mire I utiniio, because it  would be
detrimental to thu best Interests of tbe
city to refrain from expressing an
opinion on municipal management
simply Iii save tba foelings of those who
I'linnol rise above the lovel of parish
polil ics.��� i Ireenwood Times.
While the Miner hud no Intention of
criticising any um- in particular, it must
be admitted thai tho bitter fueling engendered hy i la- llardy-Smailos contest
has been very injurious to thecity, and
IhoGreunv, I Times has contributed
no small pari in keeping the fooling at
fever heat. Thu Minor must still "suggest" that there has been too much
partizan and too little public spirit displayed in Un- discussion of municipal
questions by I In.- Times, and too much
bitterness displayed l>y the opponents
of 111u i paper,
The present administration nf municipal affairs in the city have e nitted
errors just us all governing bodies have
done and are liable to do. With all
their errors or alleged errors, they have
succeeded in giving tho citizens better
graded and better kepi streets than are
to he found in any other city or town in
the interior of British Columbia, and il
is doubtful if the streets of any of the
-nasi i'ili>-s are iu as good a condition as
those of Greenwood today. II has not
been stated by opponents -d the counoll
thai   money   was   squuudered  in   this,
work, or that one part of the city was
favored and another neglected. The
waterworks system, started by a previous council, has been completed by
tbe present administration. For the
purposeses of fire protection there are
none better in British Columbia. The
fire brigade is well equipped, as well as
any in the province. A city hall has
been built, sidewalks have been laid and
otlier necessary improvements carried
out economically and in a practical way
by practical and experienced men. True
they have paid higher wages than the
previous council, and got better results
dollar for dollar than their predecessors.
When the street improvements were
started, under what is known as the
Wood administration, the council decided to pay only $2.50 per day of 10
hours, with the result that good men
would not work for the wages, and in a
few weeks the city street force became
the "greatest living aggregation" of
freaks on the continent. The work
done was neither economical nor satisfactory. The present administration
decided to pay a higher rate of wages
and secure a better class of workmen.
The results have proved the wisdom of
this course.
Although general criticisms have been
numerous, no one has pointed to a particular item of useless expenditure in
the city's improvements.
Previous to tbe Hardy-Smailes contest tbe then council were criticized for
making blunders, for paying low wages,
and for bungling the business of the
city generally. Of course many of the
criticisms were harsh, untruthful and
unfair. Mayor Wood decided, on account of these unfair criticisms, not to
enter the contest. Had he consented to
run again the present mayor would not
have opposed him. A few of tbe
'prominent" men of the city���three, we
believe���got together and decided that
Mr. Smailes should be mayor. A large
number of those who, were not "prominent" got together and decided to run
Mr. Hardy, not because tbey were opposed to Mr. Smailes, but because they
opposed to the dictatorship of a few persons who considered themselves '��� born
to rule." Mr. Hardy was elected. The
''prominent" people prophesied disaster
to tbe city, and they have since done
their utmost to make the prophecy come
true. The city is still doing nicely, and
there is no reason to believe that it will
not continue to be tbe city of the Boundary district. Tlie Miner would again
"suggest" that the council be seconded
by all in their endeavors to make the
city more prosperous, and if at the end
of their term a majority of the electors
consider that a change would be for the
best interests of the city, help the new
council to make the metropolis of the
Boundary district still more prosperous.
Tiir fishermen's strike on the Lower
Fraser has been settled by military force
and 1,500 Japanese are now earning the
money which should go to support the
white fishermen and their families. On
the requisition of three magistrates of
Steveston, the Vancouver and Westminster contingents of tbe Fifth regiment, Canadian artillery, were called
out and are now at Steveston. It is
rather strange that tbe militia should be
called out if the dispatches in the Victoria Colonist are correct. That paper
states that all the Japanese had fire
arms in their boats when starting for
Ihe fishing grounds, and the 800 white
fishermen wero unarmed. Lieutenant-
Colonel Worsnop, the officer in command, is reported as saying on his arrival at Steveston : "We are not here
for fun ; we are not on a pleasure trip;
If there is business to be done, it will be
done seriously, quickly and effectively."
Kai-h man in his command had "twenty-
five rounds of ball cartridge, and no
blanks." Put in plain English, the
gallant and mouthy colonel of the Vancouver "tin" soldiers was there to kill
the unarmed white strikers in order to
furnish a livelihood for Japanese scabs.
It is to be regretted that the "serious,
quick, and effective" mood did not induce Colonel Worsnop to volunteer for
service in South Africa. But the Dutch
farmers of the Transvaal were prepared
to kill as well as be killed, the fishei-
inen of Steveston were not.
In commenting on the strike, the
Kamloops Sentinel says: "One of the
most objectionable features of the whole
affair has been that by the interference
of the militia, the Japanese have
been given control of the fisheries to the
exclusion of the white fishermen. The
government can scarcely be congratulated upon the manner in which they
have approached tbe situation. At-
tornsv-Oeneral Eberts, with that apathy
which is characteristic of the man, did
practically nothing towards bringing the
strike to an early and amicable termination. It is to be hoped that the government are now thoroughly alive to the
necessity of providing proper legal ma-
ihiiiery, such as that suggested in the
hill introduced by the Semlin government for the creation of councils of
arbitration and ronciliation for prompt
and effectual dealing with labor troubles
iu the province."
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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.
$,_,,v,,^
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...rjavana Cigars
Find 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 COm,
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
, Promptly Attendod to.
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager, 'nen greenwood, b.c
Live Chickens
For Sale
At the Market of
P. BUNRS & CO.
Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
WALTER WATERLAND, Prop.
A Finely Equipped Bar,.
Board by Day or Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Best of Cusine Service.  Rooms
neat   anil   Well   Furnished.
Cunliffe _ McMillan
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS,
Our mai'liine .shops are now Complete an,I ivo are prepared to do the heavleat class oi work.
Ore cars, Ore buckets, shaft ing, hungers and pulleys. Pipe work a specialty. Estimates given
on all classes of work.   Pumps always fn stock.
OXTinWTi TTAVTt    M��MTTVVPV,     FORSAI.K:    Orle 25 H. P. horizontal engine,
&X,K/\)Iii)-U.Aal)    m.&\jU.lai.B.X .     9xi2.   one :I5 H. P. return tubular boiler.   One
10 H. P. portable engine and boiler, on skids, Loco. type.   One 5-foot Pelton wheel with GOO feet,
8 to 10spiral riveted pipe.
Rossland, ���*1�����^L3>*x�����l
The GEM RESTAURANT ��0pen Day and Night.
���" LUNCH COUNTER,
Coppor St., reonwood.
�� Lunches Put Up. **
% Meals at All Hours.
SUBSCRICE FOR THF MINER.
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 otlier 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 16 inches in width.
McLennan, McFeeley ��& Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.   Wholesale Hardware.
Agents for the Giant Powder Co., San Francisco,   and  for  the   Majestic  Steel
Range, St. Louis, Mo.
Btttnch Stores at Dawson, Atlin, and Bennett Cities.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now local .d on (Ireenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
Q �����     YEARS
OO    EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools U-
do correct work.
O. A.Ul'ESS, M, A. 11. _. OUBII, li, A,
QUESS BROS.,
MIHIBG EKGINEERS.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide Working Tests.   Amalgamation A.Mi Concentration.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
VlNCII DIAMETER,
FOlt SALE AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per PHI feet. Just received from Englund.
Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box 67(i P. O. Nelson, li. C,
ROPE
A. R. HEYLAND,
Mines and   Mineral  Claims Surveyed.
Gkorge Bi.k., (ireenwood, B, 0.
0. F. Mickle. F. Archer
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle k Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
For BAR MIRRORS. PLATE,
SHEET or COULORED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VARNISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
WRITE
A. F. ASKEW,
GRAND, FORKS,B.C.
Boundary Creek representatives of J. W. Mailer
of Victoria, who carries the largest stock in
above  lines  In  11 C    As nearly  all of these
foods are Imported via Cane Horn the cheap
relgbt excludes eastern dealers
Central Hotel
VILLANDRK ��� 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, K. J. COYLE,
T. P. A.' Nelson.        A. Q. P. A., Vane.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
Tbe Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:30 p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. 11. KANE, Secretary. IV:
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
THIS AND THAT. Wfa'AVi.WiiV^
If labor and' emplopers'  unions  had
Bpent   onp-tenth    of    the   capital'and   iJ.
energy which they  have  utilized  tight-   |! J|J>    _i��    ^4}    (j-Jk��
ing eae_ other, in joint actioti.-.for tlieir  -'��
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mutual welfare, there would foe less bitterness and more prosperity in their re- sjf]
Bpeotive associations. 1 have good rea- _
son to know it. And just at present I
learn with soirn amount of satisfaction _
that certain members of the Miners
Union are heginhing to show consider- 5
able attention in the direction of look- 5
ing after their lives aud li in h-^ as well ;
as their wage list. It is a well-known
fact that certain explosives sold for mining use in this country are .controlled by
linns selling under a tariff wale, complicated by liide-boniiil agreements. < Ine
ai least of those explosives has been
proved, time and time again, lo be exceptionally disadvantageous niul dan
gerous to employes "ii account ol die
excessive amount of iioxiuiis -r'as evolved
by its combustion. Tin- |il ice i.- jusl the
same ns other and safer |iowde.r. Therefore mine owners have no legitiniiile excuse I'm' its us.-. I hair ii mi good authority that the Miners' I'nion warned
at la.-l by repealed examples, and concluding thai a man's life may he al-
neist as importunl as the hours Of labor, and his reimbursement therefor
leave at la.-l decided to lake Ihe matter
in band, I am glad nf it. A " mucker "
needs his health as badly as anybody
else, and some of tbe.ui in Uosslillld   ami
I'l nix are  beginiiing to  Iind   il   nut.
- Cascade Record;
ANYON CITY
��e��   ����*   ��j��   *_��
At a 1 lin_- uf ihe Victoria   board of
trade council-there was it discussion nn
the alleged evasions of ihe naturali/.a-
lion law by Japanese who want l" lake
out lisbery lieen.-es. Some seeptiseistn
ha.- heen expressed as In the correciness
of the allegations made  in  this regard,
foul there is. really   very   little   r    for
doubt  that  a good  number nf He- Japanese new  holding  ll_he'ry  licenses 011
the eraser have qeen in the country loss
than   three   months,   nut   to speak nf
three years.      These   men   either  committed fraud   in  taking nut   naturalization papers or in presenting themselves I
as Uritish subjects in obtain   Ashing  li
censes.    It is said   thai   the  great dill
enlty   in Ihe   way   nf    ventilating   lli
Bcaydal-is the lack uf nilieiul res| s
liility on anybody's part. Surely, th
dominion government, having natural-j |
i/aliun under its jurisdiction, is iu duty [ Jj
bound to prevent evasions uf the la
In point of fact, the law is altogether 13
too loose and so too easily evaded; il
could he amended so as to do nwaj in
large part with the. scandal. The process of biM-i'riiiTug 'Ifctll fill rceil "eilulil he
inado a lill le more dillicult with great
advantage to.the couutry.     But taking IS
tin- law  as  it   is,   tin
should he some
iiH��f��y��H|!W!n!H��sKinn
The Center ofthe
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Great Gold
and-      ������-v
Copper
Mining
Caino
Of....
Canyon
Creek.
High assays, large
showings. ****jt**jt
Strong con.pany operating there.^^^i,*
Sawmill being erected.-* ** J*. ***** v-* <.*
Roads being built by
the company to the
city.v1* J* j*  ** -j* **
Business
Lots - - ���
$100
and $200
Residence
Lots  '- -
$ 75
- and $ J 25
mmmii
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Bi-iil_fix-
.....6 ��� ��� FOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO	
W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon City.    ���     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. C.
means   uf delecting  frauds   committed | j|
iW,-itv' i's     rlHillv 'ch'u"ed   l'ill|"si!eh 1 fflflwTxTfTWJffW^
duty is nut al all reassuring,
<
��Lu 8*9 ��l �����- m is
The proposal, which is credited to Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, fur overcoming the obi
Btruetioil which the senate is giving the
house of comnions will no doubt meet
with a great deal uf approval throughout lie- dominion, ll is suggested ihat
in cases uf deadlock between the Uvo
houses over any measure a joint vote nf
tin- two bodies shall he taken, and the
matter  iu  dispute determined   hy   the
majority vote,    As  this would a -,l
(he members of the appointed chamber
the same voice as those elected by  the
people    il     is   difficult     In    sen  �� 1ml   valid
objections   ild   lie taken   lo ii.    Tin-1
present feeling against ihe senate is nol
due SO mlich to the fact thai measures
passed by the commons have been
tlll'OWll   oul    by  the   senate, as   hy. the I ��
manner in which the  result   has   been   ties, but that day  has  passed,  and  ll
achieved,     ll   not    infrequently    happened in eases of uuniliet   i hat measures
which passed the puptlllir   house   with a
The Hiiia,' iu use for
rilAlTKIi HANDS AND THE FACE IS
Witch Hazel and Cucumber Cream
...atMILLER BROS.,
Greenwood, B. C. DRUGGISTS and JEWELLERS.
TIIK   BEST   UEER   IN   TOWS   IS   MADE   BY   TIIK
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK    FOB
_���.,_  _ ,r \ .      The Klkhorn  La
Elkhorn
Lager
Deer.
Cv 0
"::'; ! "";::Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining.
sooner the  fact  is  realized   the  better, i
Al present  there is a market   [or proven
properties   only.     If   miners   who   go
majority of 30or 35, were tjirown out by
the senate with majorities of one or two
llpilll 'livi-i'llis. ill �� llicll    the    total    lute
was nol equal to the majority by which
thei' Mere passed by the commons. Objection is nut taken to tie- members uf
the senate having a voice,    It is simply
prospecting, or those who hold a number of claims would but co-operate in d ���-
veloping    what    might    he    mutually
agreed upon as  satisfactory  load  eon-]
earned.     Wherever this   plan   has   been   >
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. ('.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
ger Beer contains
only pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or in Hot-
ties by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.]
honestly   tried it has proved a success.   )[ \|    KEEPER
                                           ,   What it costs to outlit a prospector for�� ___.    '   ,   __.T
,      , .,.,.,,������- .,,,,-1 ,,,,���!,i i���.., i,. win  MINING  and  REAL
directed   against   a   system  Whereby a  season s wont won in ue am pie wnu  _o-
meiiiborof the senate has virtually lour  operation to  maintain  him during the! ESTATE BROKER.
[ the   mher  uf  the  time he would Ue engaged in  proving  a
tunes the ie
lower house. ��� Nolson Tribune.
There is im branch  uf business  mon
capable uf profitable co-operation  Hum
selected property,   besides defraying the |
other expenses incidental tn  the  work.
Labor is practically the chief capital re-
.GREENWOOD, 1'.. ('
NOTICE.
...mil- i- hereby given tlint nt tin- flr.il i i
quired in developing a property, or  at   |ngof the license cin Issloncre lor theoltyof
mining, ami vet iii im line is the  princi- i |e,1Bf   :���   hriii'dii"   it   tu that  slice   in I Greenwood, held after thirty any-   from Ihe
, ,.   , , , ..m ]��� I ilnle hereof, I will n,>|,lv for n I rn u -1. ��� i- i rnin nn-
pie applied  so seltloin.     ine oiaiuaiy   which an  investor becomes  interested, to W. \v. Howe of ihe hotel license held by me
,,,-,.^,.,,1.i.,����� ...ill t.,1.,. t,, i!,,. 11i 11 u   .,w s,���m    ,,, i ,t    ' lor tlie Commercial   liiacl.   (Joppci   Btreet, in
)iiospeeini win i.n.e iu tin  mils as soon. 'r>||u   eo-operative   plan    was    recently   _],_, {���(,,. ,,f Greenwood.
theseas pens, ami ere  its  dose  will   ���dnpted on the Triune claii i  Silver     ^r1 lh'1,17t,"l'l>'"t,,Uly'"""iiRlNSON
have probably  staked  off   several   new   Gup Hill in the   Lardeau,  with  the re- '
claims.   These he will try to dispose of, Lmt. tnftt a_ter ,,.v,,n  ���,.,.].,���  work  _l,e NOTICE.
hut he,lues  not   succeed   in very many   ijlt_e   band  uf   practical men  are  now I, S"1,1��� Is hereby given that at the first meet-
,._        ���   i - i ' Ing of Ihe Hocnse commissioners, fur the ('Ity oi
instances, nltbougli ins reconi  nia_   en-  shipping twenty tons of high grade ore  ureenwuoil, held after thirty days from the
,1,1,.  hi,,,   to some  exceptionally   rich   to Uie SIm..ter, the pront8 orl which wi���  ^^^^Wf'UJlV-ensetildTy
ground,    Tun often   necessity   compels   pay tllBm   bandsomelv  fur their enter-  "��'?'',thel'Ioneer hotel, Government street. In
7, ,,, , ��� '     ��� ��� tile I IIV nl 1,1-i-ellu I lll.h.u   ,V  I ll.
him to part with a g I  property  lor a urjaUi    We hopo the example thus set     i-,.. ! thinl7tn day of Jiily,l9oo.
mere trirle, and in sneh eases ii invaria- ' wl\\ \tv fdlowed  by others, and that the
bly falls into the hands of some specti- co-operative   sysiom    will   he   largely
lator who holds on pending the oppor- adopted    in    ihe    Kootenays.���Nelson
lunity  io   sell  at  a  respectable profit. |,;cuuo_,_jat,
Lut assessment work has to he  .lone  if,
us is i,���, in entlv ll as,-,  the bolder We  have the best  horses iind rigs  in
,               i  ,'i i     i   ���                   ,,i              lin,    linn rnin rv   ilistriet    iinilniir   ni-iepo   Hooper, ������������w will ),��>��� all debts ol the Orm and
dues nut let his claim run out i���  be   re-   mi    liounuar.    ,ii.-iini.   antl oui   puces i^ all accounts should be paid.
staked   by   someone else according  to  are right.   Call in and find out for your-1   Ureenw I. July in, Woo.__   l|u(||i|.|,
pre-arrangement,   Not long ago there, self,   l'alnce Livery Stables, w. a. alkxan'der,
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
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BF:__A
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
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ill' rraS       MniniiiH tiin-rs
m
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors,
GREE1TW00D anil GRAND FORKS,
All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Soli- Agent�� for THE LIOH BREWIHG CO., Fmsland B. C.
The largest Brewery in Hritish coluiubia.
Dissolution of Partnership. WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE   ^ ^
NiHii-i-is hereby given Unit the partnership
beretoforo ,-xisiiiii;  in   the  Arlington   hotol,      .,,,   ���. ..   ��,_.,,_,,-.    .-r   Tur
'���'.ue. .1-11 u .I.. E. Hooper and W. A    ANY   OLD   THING   AT    THE	
AU'xunfler, underthe nrm nnmo uf Hooper & I
Co., lias this day bei-n illasolvecl by inutiml
-iiM-iii. The buslnuKS will be conducted by J.K. _ _ _ _.   .. ._.     _,-_,
A. L,. White <_*: Co.
O.I.C."
SECOND HAND STORE.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's,
I THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
| THE LATEST REPORT *
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1 MINISTER OF MINES
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MINING LAWS, I
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LAND LAWS, ;
PLACER ACT. 1
Act for Securing Good %
Health, Etc,, in Mines. |-
Companies' Act. jj.
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j SMITH & McRAE
S Books, Stationery,
I        Office Supplies,
;:        Wall Paper.
GREENWOOD, B. 0
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TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Those indebted for subscriptions to
the Miner would confer a favor by paying up. A newspaper, like any otlier
line of business, requires money to carry
it on. Our subscribers owe over $000 in
one and two dollar amounts, Persons
sending papers to Great Britain must
pay in advance, as the publishers will
not pay postage and run the risk of getting the amount at some future date.
After this issue all foreign subscribers
not paid for in advance will be struck
off the list.
HOUSE ADJOURNED EARLY.
In Recognition  of  the Queen's Bereavement
Honse Adjonrneil After Prayers.
Victoria, B. C., July 31.���In recognition of the sad bereavement of the
queen, after whom this city is named,
the legislature adjourned today shortly
after prayers had been read. Premier
Dunsmuir moved and Mr. Martin seconded a resolution of condolence and
sympathy which the speaker was instructed to transmit to her majesty.
Notice was also given of an appointment of a commission to enquire into
the sending oi the militia during the
recent strike.'
The government is seriously engaged
upon the Chinese labor question, it
being understood that a special committee was appointed at a recent caucus
meeting to consider the position.
It is expected that Chairman A. W.
Smith of the mining committee will present bis first report tomorrows urging
that the commission on the mining act
advocated in the queen's speech be appointed.
MlYlNG^RECORDS
Sub-Offices  of  the    Kettle    River   Mining
Division.
July 19.
Maple Leaf, McBride's, 0. F. Craddock.
Silver Cap, Beaverton, Ah Ling.
Robber, Kimberley camp,  J. Knowles.
(Ihservation, Logan creek, J. P. Thomas.
July 20.
Mamie Kitz, Moose creek, L.  C.   Morrison.
Rio Tinto, Midway, S. J. McDonald.
July 21.
Cardiff, Eholt creek, Henry Allcs.
Baden   Powell,   Skylark   camp, G.   li.
Taylor.
Vancouver, Dry creek, May   Dessiosier.
July 24,
No. 2, fractional, Carmi camp,   James
Dale.
July 25.
liruite,     fractional,     Deadwood    camp,
Theodore W'iite.
.Inly 27.
Aldergrovo, Crown Point camp, J. II.
M. distance.
July 2.S.
Ecuador,   Camp   .McKinney, C.  D.  Ii.
( ireen.
July 30.
Mountain    View, North    Fork,    West
lurk, .1. A. Carey, et al.
Bertha, Silver Cap, Tepee  creek,  Peter
Columbus.
Joe Joe, Silver Star, Tepee ereek, Jos.
l-'urlin.
Marguerite, Tepee creek, Jos. Doras.
Gold Nugget, Tepee croek, Chas. DorasJ
Josephine, Black Horse,   Iron Cap, J, J.
Purlin.
Treasure    Vault,    Tepee   creek,    Jean
Dardignas.
General   Roberts,  Eholt creek, C.   L.
Warner.
Ursa Mayer,   Deadwood  camp, A. IL
Black. 	
Certilicates ol Work.
July 18.
Automobile, K. A. Robertson.
Sercu, King Solomon, A. Sercu.
Glenora, James Sutherland.
Syd M. Johnson, Geo. Lyson.
Alice, N. Tholl.
Gold Rock, W. S. Fletcher.
Wheeling, G. W. Rumberger, etal.
Ophir, Ed. Wickwine.
July 19.
Jennie B��� Manda M., W.  S.   McBoyle.
July 21.
Silver Star, John Luce.
Oregon, C. B. Bash.
Gold Bug, E. P. Shougguest.
Boston, Dufour.
Mystic, James Sutherland.
July 2M.
Pilot, James McNulty.
Sydney, M. Morris.
Virginia, Harquahala, M. Morris.
Palametta, M. Morris, et al.
Brant, Stanley, John Spratt.
Kingbolt, John Spratt, etal
Elorence, John Spratt, et al.
July 25.
Jupiter, A. S. Miner.
Tremont, U. S., Eagle Fraction, C. Scott
Galloway.
July 25.
Old Book, J. F. Tichnor.
Sam Slick, J. D. Bemie.
July 26.
Iron Hill, Ingersoll,  Atlanta,  Summit,
P. W. I'etsson.
Carmi, Butcher Boy, James Dale.
Wheeling, Geo. Rumberger, et al.
Klondyke, A. A. Mcintosh.
James Martin, John Lucy.
Eldorado, Thomas Pasco.
Cornwall, Gravesend, P. B. Stanhope.
Black Jack, S. Bond.
July 28.
Bristol, Badger, Bengal, 11. T.   Mnckin.
Laura, II, M. Lang, et al.
Bruce, Fred Graff.
Marshall, fractional, James McNulty.
Spokane, A. Peterson.
Sophia Sharon, L. S.   Moulton  Barrett.
St. Mary, P. Bordeau.
Sultan fractional, J. A. Menson.
July 30.
Rock creek, A Megaw.
Viking, C. B. Bash.et al.
Richardson, J, T. Bedard. et al.
Vesuvius, Klondike, R. McCulloch.
Morning Star, Idora, R. McCulloch.
July 31.
Diamond John, Louis Schron.
Mary K., Mountain Chief, G.  D.  Cunningham.
Josie, T. A. Garland.
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Vernon & Nelson Co.,
REDUCTION IN LONG
DISTANCE RATES. - .
50 Cents to Spokane and
Republic.
55 Cents to Rossland and
..Nelson..
Other rules proportionately low.
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WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOUSE  PLANTS GOTO
Munro's,
Next, Door to
HASNEItMAS'S.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
(Six Million Dollars.]
RKBT !fl,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Plummer.
This bank has the largest, number of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Account, of Corporations, Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
terms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available iu any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.
A general Banking business transacted.
OREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
EXPERIENCED WHIT�� HELP
WANTED
Greenwood Steam Laundry.
COPPER STREET.
Ladies, have you been to see the big
bargains we are offering in all lines of
SummerGoods and Millinery, at G. F.
Williams.
.. Geenwood Hotel ���'���
PICARD & SIMPSON
Proprietors
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wall Paper...
SILVER STREET.
Cheaper than ever. New
Patterns in Ingrains, Etc.
A WelLSelected Stock to
Choose From.
H. C. HOLDEN....
HOUSE,  SIGN   AND
CARRIAGE PAINTER
Silver Street, Greenwood, B. C,
THE IMPERIAL
= .. HOTEL.. =
BEST APPOINTED HOUSE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwoi d, 3. C.
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....INGERSOLLSEROEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.    H. R.TiXpatnck
Also Four Girls and Two Boys.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only till mil route between ell
paints East, West and South lo . . . .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with tho
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
ANo11 & N. Co,
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "!!'.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Ami Connects Daily ut iliissburg
Stage Daily for
GRAND  FORKS and GREENWOOD.
LBAVB, ARHIVK.
li)::i"i a. m Spokane 7:10 a. m.
12:0fi p. rn Rossland 6:80 p. m.
!I:;IU a. in Nelson  8:00p. m.
Night Tniiu.
!i MS p. m Spokane 7106 a. m.
ll ;im p, in Rossland 0:30ft, m.
H. A. JACKSOIf,
Gen, Pass. Agent.
Swayne House,
SILVER STREET, GREENWOOl).
...Rooms and Table Board...
The Rest Private
Hoarding House in tin- ''Ity.
Notice to Trespassers.
Any pi-rsini round trespassing on, or taking
Hinder (linn I In, llinli'iil'iiwi-ll mineral claim,
in Deadwood camp, will bo prosecuted.
.ions POWELL,
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TORE, CARPETS
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i Linoleums #        Upholstered Goods  ��
% t
I Bedding,, Etc.   Pictur    s and  Picture Frames. I
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T.
Y&CO.
i
Funeral! Directors and Embalmers.
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