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 mmmmnssssfss  f  Published Weekly in the Interests, of the- Boundary Creek/-Mining-:'District  u  to  u  %  \  ta -  i�����  in o�� .  .rH   OS  aflco  OJ *rt  H_tdBS  l  ���si>  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, WEDNESDAY, -SEPTEMBER 13,"1900.  No. 1.  I  our Interests  "  1-  That   you   make   a  close examination of  ���v ��*<-  the Special drives mX  Men's Suits  Shoes  Furnishings  *$-.-*, THE  ���� *  *<.  -���**  ����  ����  ����  ��-��  *��  ����  **  .  If GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. H.  COMPASY. .LIMITED.  ;GOOD&  ^DELIVERED  'to all pa^ts"  of thb. city  AND DISTRICT,  t*0��*��**��*������������*#e**��#****��*����*#***��**6��*^^  tjoing to Pick-up....  .ROBERT GRAHAM KILLED.  And in view of an increase in  Business  we whI receive  i   i i   i  TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS,  Fresh Poultry Every Thursday.     ....Phone Us Your Order,  -.     ��� (      -PHOMPT:-DELIVERY���'- 18-QUR ��� -tffttTQ.      ")  P. Bums % %&  A fatal accident occurred in tlie Cariboo mine, Camp McKinney, last jpuii-  day, wliich resulted in the death of  Robert Graham, who, with his brothers  Patric'. and Thomas���the latter being  manager of the Waterloo'' mine-jiave  for a long time been resident in- that  camp. From the evidence adduced at  the coroner's inquest held by Dr. J akis  it appears that deceased was seen.pass  the 200-foot level, station--having-'on  the platform cage with him an o_|e car  containing steel. Immediately  wards the car and deceased. were  to fall down the shaft, which  feet in depth. The fall and the* con  sequent injuries caused instant cfeatli.  The unfortunate .man's skull'-was  badly crushed in. and an arm arjd leg  broken, besides other injuries. Seemingly the pre car was not fastened  to the cage and by some unloiown  cause it ran off the platform, carrying  deceased with it. As the shaft is not  close timbered all the way. up jthe. e  was room for the car to leave thetcage.  The jury returned a verdict-of accidental death. I  The body has been taken to Cpjviile,  Wash., for interment there.the Graham  home being in that locality. Deceased,  who was a nephew of Mr. Jas Mona-  ghan, of Spokane, formerly president  oi the Cariboo Mining, company] was  on'y 23 years .'of. age, and his; untimely  death is much deplored.  WON THE GRAND PRIZE:  The James Copper 'Manufacturing  company, of ^Montreal,^ Quebec, -who  constitute the Canadian Ingersoll-Sergeant company, have been advised by  cable that the grand award for mining  machinery Has**fallen to the Ingersoll  Sergeant exhibit at the Paris Expor  sition. This award includes the'gold  medal .and since sit was.won in open  competition with the whole.w^fld the  recipients ot it may wel} be elated with  their- success..? 'Jplie excellence of-jthe.  minipg pi^chineryvmanuf^ctured'by.  the James Cooler Manufacturing com.  pany is fully- recognized in the Boundary djstriot.where- their air compressors and other plant may be found at  such leading mines as the B. C, Old  Ironsides, Knob Hill,* Mather Lpde, etc.  For any old thing at any old. price at  I. O. C.'2nd:Hand*Store,  Mother Lode Developments--MorefPlant for thef.Cariboo  Mine���Director of Geological Suney Visits sthe"Boun-  dary--"Proposed New English Company to Acquire  Properties Near Greenwood.  THE MOTHER LODE.  After a couple of days' shutdown for  necessary repairs to air compressor  and for boiler cleaning, work was resumed at the Mother Lode,mine this  morning. Developments at the 300-  foot level continue satisfactory. No.  ��� ��� a ��� ��� --.-���������-..  1 crosscut from the south drift is now  in:. about 60 feet, 2S feet being in excellent ore; which still fills the heading  here. The north drift,, now in about  220 feet from the shaft,' has had ore  coming up from "under foot and rising  three to four feet along, some 30 feet  of its course. In No. 2 north crosscut  ore occurs similarly, whilst No. 1 north  has ore both above-and below.along  about-30 feet. The north drift at 20 feet  or so- farther ahead will be under the  winze sunk 40 feet from- the 200-foot  level and in ore at that depth. A raise  will-be made for ventilation and some  SOfeet more of work will give connection  here - between- the 200 and 300 levels.  In widening the drift at;the*200 level  for a double track some nice Ore has  been met with, but other work done in  the vicinity^ suggests;-, that it is too  isolated .to be of .much importance.  The/ore now being exposed near the  surface, in cutting but a site for the  new hoist, looks so good that*'a drift  will be run on it-into ttie hill to- ascer--  ta^nwhat'there is, of-it. A.dvjces received frog", IVlpntre^l state, that the 3S-  drill air co,-npre^sor for the ra ihe will  be shipped on the25th inst. 7,    -7  '���  **. -*  ���"*-..- ��� '.i.y'- '���. -v-7 ���,������������-'-- ���-���v.v'V' ,!.-\i..,- 7> .     .-.-:  ,*.,7;    .-,' ���'���'.-���ij. J�� j i Wi' ' .i ''���_'������ ������*������' <'������'*���-    '  -^*-W' .-.*v '  /     C^ 3  outduring.the ensuing, winter. Geologists R.W. Brock and Jas. McEvoy each  having an assistant, are still out with  survey .parties completing their examination of- lhe.country. Dr. Dawson hopes to next year give similar  attention to the Boundary district.  During his short stay here the distinguished; visitor went. up to Greenwood camp and .was there shown  through the Knob-Hill mine. ; He continued his journey westward on Saturday, going via. Camp McKinney and  Vernon.  BOUNDARY CREEK M. & M; CO.; LTD  ....THIS CUT SHOWS OUR....  7 Last! Friday, the Jenckes Machine  company shipped from Rossland over  the Columbia & Western railway to  Midway at 60-horse: power -horizontal  return . tubular boiler, consijgned to the  Cariboo-McKinney Mining & Milling  company's mine at Camp McKinney.  This will furnish additional power re*-  quired for "extended operations,  ���The machinery already Installed at  the. mine includes two -horizontal re-  tyrh tubular boilers, a 60-horse power-  link motion hoist built by the Union  Iron Works of S.an; Fi-ancisco. and. a  io-drili Rand coii-pressor, in the house  at -the' shaft.-The mill is equipped  with two frstamp batteries supplied by  theyRisdon-Irpn-.Wg__ks.-aHd-twq- more  by the Jenckes. Machine company; 60-  horse power Corliss, engine, two Johnstone yanners, a Wilfley table, one  Blake crusher and one Gates crusher.  vA letter received from the secretary  of the London & Canada Syndicate;  London, England, requesting the  directors of the Boundary Greek Mining  & Milling-. company to ascertain  wh ether the shareholders would be  willing toaccept fully paid stock in an  English company with the management in Lonclonj if .such were organized to take over arid' develop the local  company's' claims near Greenwood in  exchange for that they how hold, was  considered at a meeting; of directors  held last Monday. The secretary was  directed to take the necessary steps'to  call a special meeting- of shareholders  for a convenient date next month to  discuss this proposal and to meanwhile write to London for further particulars." The basis of exchange suggested is that1 shares in the local company 7 b.ervaltted^-at J.5* cents each, and  that", their equivalent in ��1 shares iii  the; new; company be given  them. The capital stock of  the. new company^ would be 75,000  shares,of ^1 each ($375,000), and ol  these some 45,000 would .be applied in  substitution for the existing B. C.._Mi_  & M. company's stock. It is proppsed  that at least $100,000 cash be provided  for development purposes. There are  some promising showings on several  of the company's claims, and it is believed that if opened up some of these  wx>nld develop into shipping mines.  Granby smelter they to-day proceeded  from froni Grand Forks to Republic.  They will.go thence to the Zala M., in  Sheridan camp, and return to Rossland  on Friday or Saturday via Midway  and Greenwood.  Mr. R. P. Williams, agent at Greenwood for the Jenckes Machine company, received an advice a few days  ago that blue prints of the foundations  for the large hoist his company is  manufacturing for the British Columbia Copper company's Mother Lode  had been mailed at Sherbrooke,  Quebec. These should reach the latter  company's general manager, Mr. F.  Keffer, M. E., this week, and so  enable him to proceed at once with the  foundations. These should be ready  for the hoist by the time it arrives at  the mine, which should be at the end  of next month.  Mr. George B. McAulay, managing  director of the Cariboo-McKinney  Mining and Milling company, arrived  in Greenwood on Monday night, 10th  inst. Yesterday in company with  Messrs. McMichael and Beltou, of  Toronto, and W. T. Smith, of Greenwood, they visited Copper camp, in  which Mr. McAulay is interested.  This morning the Toronto visitors left  for Camp McKinney.  There are now 25 men employed at  the City of Paris mine, White's camp,  about half this number.in getting'out^  ore and the, remainder in development  work. The total quantity of ore  shipped from this mine to the Granby (  company's smelter to date exceeds  3,000 tons. Shipments, are at present  restricted: to between 30 and 40 tons  per week. No work is being done just  now on the neighboring claims owned  by the Majestic Mining company.  A 30-inch by 10-foot air receiver, a  3# Little Giant drill and a 4><x2^x4  Snow duplex boiler feed pump have  lately been supplied by the Jenckes  Machine company to the Morrison  mine near'Greenwood, Other, plant at  this mine includes a 30-horse power  upright boiler, a 4-drill 'straight line  Rand' air compressor and a 3}4 Little  Giant machine drill.  PRIZES   FOR  MINERAL   EXHIBITS.  A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.  , It is the Best  Press in  the Market,  and Costs You Less Money.  LETTER COPYING BOORS,  < BATHS^ OILED ^ SHEETS,  BRUSHES ETC., ETG;  Always in Stock.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies,  and Wall Paper.  Phone V. & N��� 34,  Last week Dr. G. M. Dawson, C. M.  G.,   L. L.   D., F.  R. S.. deputy head  and  director  of  the  Canadian  Geological Survey, visited' the Boundary  district   for the first time.   He came  west  on   this occasion in connection  with- the completion of details for the  geological ��� map   of   West  Kootenay,  which has been in course of preparation ' for  some time past.   This map  will take in an area of about 80 miles,  from the east shore of Kootenay lake  to the vicinity of Christina lake on the  west.   It will begeographically colored  and contoured and will give geographical   and topographical data and other  explanatory matter.   Its scale will be  four miles to the inch, this being the  scale adopted by the Geological Survey in its efforts, to systemize its work  and  keep  it as uniform as possible.  There will also be issued a topographical map,  with   special indications of  the occurrence of economic minerals  and glacial striae.   The maps will be  accompanied by a comprehensive explanatory report embracing the following information:   Physical geography,  general geology, descriptive geology,  glaciation and' surface deposits, minerals of economic value, petrographi-  cal characters of some of the rocks with  notes of microscopic examinations, and  numerous miscellaneous observations.  It is intended to get these maps, etc.,  It is announced that at the- Spokane  Industrial Exposition, to be opened oh  pfctofret'^'2p''''th'e'^Hj'ef'*=pri_.es^ih==tKe'  mineral department will excel in design and' workmanship, as well as  value, those of the past fairs.  The big gold medaLprize offered for  the'best collective exhibit, from a state  or province will this year be in the  form of a scroll. The design is stated  to be one of the handsomest yet worked  out for a mineral premium. . The  medal or scroll will be six or eight  inches long and of a corresponding  width.- In the design will be used  gold, silver, platinum, brass, bronze,  with gold mainly in evidence. The  medal will be engraved on the face of  the .scroll, with the name of the district winning it.   It is valued at $125;  The second prize will be a silver  medal, also of an appropriate design  and valued at $50. The third prize  will be a bronze medal, relieved with  other metals, valued at $25. Three  additional prizes are also offered for  the best district exhibits and two for  the best individual exhibits.  Mr.. R.'Roberts, who is directing the  development work now being done on  the Ethiopia, in Long Lake camp, was  in.town yesterday. From him. it was  learned that the crosscut tunnel, now  in more than 200 feet, has passed  through one promising quartz vein  and-that another should be reached  within 30 feet of the present face of  the tunnel.       *  A car load of black sulphide ore, extracted'from the newly-discovered vein  in the Winnipeg mine, particulars of  which were "published in last week's  TlMBS, was shipped to the Grand  Forks smelter on the 9th inst., also a  car-load"f romthe���railwayledge.��� De- -  velopment work is proceeding at the  300-foot level of the. mine.  The east crosscut at the 100-foot level  of the War Eagle mine, Greenwood  camp, is shortly to be extended with  the object of cutting at that depth the  ore body lately opened up in the prospect shaft mentioned in the Times last  week.  It is not unlikely that arrangements  will shortly be made to resume development work in the Oro Denoro mine,  Summit camp. The management of  the King Mining company, Rossland,  owning the mine, are making efforts  toward this desirable end.  Messrs. W. H. Aldridge, manager of  the Trail smelter; J. S. C. Fraser, manager of the Rossland branch of the  Bank of Montreal; C. A. Molson, mining expert for the London Development company; J. W. Young, representative of the well-known machinery  firm of Fraser and Chalmers, Chicago,  and Ross Thompson are visiting the  more important of the Boundary and  Colville reservation mines. They arrived in Greenwood on Saturday night  and have since visited the Mother  Lode,' Old Ironsides, Knob Hill, Snow-  shoe, Golden Crown, Winnipeg and B.  C.   mines.     After  looking  over  the  Mr. A. Laidlaw, who recently bonded  the Evening Star, in South Wellington camp, has put two men on prospecting the surface preparatory to  sinking a prospect shaft after thc  best site has been decided upon.  The annual meeting of shareholders  in the Brandon- and Golden Crown  Mining company will be held in  Greenwood on Tuesday, 18th inst.  It is reported that some nice-looking  copper ore has been met with in a  crosscut at the 100-foot level of the  Butcher Boy in Deadwood camp.  Mr. Andrew Laidlaw has four men  at work clearing the trees and stumps  off the site for the pyritic smelter near  Greenwood, preparatory to putting on  a numerous force so soon as the working plans shall have been received  from Denver. The conveyance of the  land has been duly executed by Messrs.  C. A. R. Lambly and L. A. McCarren. September 12, 1900.  ^Hfe GR^NWOOb WEEKLY TIMES.  HLL persons, old and young, should have  their   lec-h   examined   once   every   six  Months by a competent dentist,    Decay  will be present,   and   tartar   _ormin>_,  which  noHiing but a thorough examination will  reveal.     Professional  service rendered  in   time  means liiyli-class work, less pain at:d   great  economy.   A tooth filled when decay is slight  will not be sensitive, the operation  not long,  and the filling- lasting, becaase tlie operator  has more and better structure to work on.    He  is  enabled  to  make  the  walls  of the cavity  thicker and strong-er, and with slight danger  of exposing the nerve, the dread and fear of all  when   having  teeth   filled.   Have your  teeth  attended   to in time.    D o not  procrastinate.  Give the dentist good tooth-structure to work  upon, ami he will render you excellent service.  Many persons put off tlieir visits to the dentist  when sensitive teeth havo given frequent warning.   With mind excited, body in high nervous  tension, aud with excruciating pain aud suffering plainly written on every feature, they come  for relief.   How can the dentist be expected lo  perform llie best operation when  the patient is  iu lhe worst possible condition to receive it?   If  your friend is sick do not* wait until he is al-  nihst dead before you do something for him or  send for the doctor.   The doctor may save him  by coming at the last moment, and should the  patient recover he is liable to have bad health  the  remainder of his life on account   of  not  having received proper attention at the right  time.   Likewise, a tooth that is neglected may  be filled and saved at the last moment, but wil!  probably have bad health the rest of its life.  One person in a hundred has good teeth, ninety  nine  persons  in   a  hundred  could have good  teeth with proper attentiqn.  DR. R. MATBISON,  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block,     GREENWOOD  the. Boundary Creek country' heavy!  stocks are the rule, and even with the  early opening of the smelters and  general activity in the mines tight  times are likely to prevail for a season."' Strictly true, as it must be  acknowledged this brief summing up  of the local situation is, it is but fair  to add that the few weeks that have  elapsed since Mr.. Matthews was in  British Columbia have witnessed here  a change for the better.  -  lUeefcly Cimes*  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross -  On April 12 last the President of the  Un'itecT States signed a proclamation  appointing Oct. 10 next, as the date  upon which the North Half of Colville  Indian Reservation is to be opened for  homestead entry. It is claimed that-a*  conservative estimate of the area of  first class agricultural land that:*" will  then and there be available for white  settlement places it at 500,000 acres.  This would admit of an apportionment  of the customary 160 acres to each of  more than 3,000 homesteaders. As a  number of the homestead will be at  a comparatively short distance from  Greenwood it is quite probable that  this town, the metropolis of the Boundary district, will-in some measure de--  rive benefit from the considerable  accession of population shortly to. be  received by,the districts.lying -immedi-  ately-south.of the International boundary line--with some of the mining  camps of which Greenwood already  has business connections.  oitit th.; Gre it ^qr.h _rn branch acrOs s  the reservation will leave the Spokane  Falls   and   Northern   line, and whicli  route will be taken.    It is stated that  surveyors   are   now   on   a route from  Marcus up Kettle river to the mouth of  Boulder   creek,  and thence  across to  Republic.    But it is reported by people  wh, claim to be on the inside  that the  road, will  be built from Northport to  Cascade,  via Flat and Pierre creeks.  This'route will give more ore tonnage,  and an easier grade.    At Cascade the  latter  route will connect with the proposed electric road to Republic.    There  are   several   survey   parties   running  lines across the reservation, and their  presence at one point or,the other is no  criterion to go by until the grade stakes  have been set."  THE  BANK Oiir  For Rent���Sewing  machines at O.  . C. 2nd-Hand Store. tf  "Wednesday, September 12, woo.  The influential and representative  deputation  which  last month   waited  upon   the Provincial   government   to  protest against  the 100  per  cent, increase in the tax on the ore product of  metalliferous mines, submitted for the  consideration of  the government that  there were in their opinion  good reasons  to  believe that the  gross output  of ore for the ensuing  year will yield  at a tax of  1 per cent, about $25,000  mote   than    the   Finance   Minister's  estimate at 2 per cent.; Their estimate,  which they stated  had been very carefully made, is that a 1 per cent, tax  for the year will return $115,1)00.whilst  the  minister has  placed  the amount  likely to be received from a 2 per cent,  tax at $90,000.     The   contentions   in  support of the more liberal estimate of  the mine owners aie that the amount  of the tax collected last year ($38,000)  was   largely   kept down   by   extraordinarily unfavorable conditions, such  as labor   troubles in the Slocan  and  elsewhere,    insufficiency   of     mining  plant,  etc., at Rossland, the financial  difficulties   of  .the ��� Hall   mines   near  Nelson, the  almost  entire suspension  of shippin g operations in East Kootenay and other causes preventative of a  large output, and that these being removed, the tax at the old  rate should  yield a return of more than double last  year's   total.    Then   there   aie  other  districts, notably   the  Boundary, not  previously  included,  that during the  "*** ensuing-year -"will -add-largely._toJ:he_  ore production total of  the province.  The    request   was    therefore    most  earnestly   pressed   upon    the government   that  a, trial -be   made   for six  months to determine whether or not  mine owners' estimates are borne out,  the tax to meanwhile remain at 1 per  cent.   It  is to be hoped that the government will   yield   to   this   request,  which  is a perfectly reasonable one,  provided   the  mine owners   can  give  particulars that  will show a fair prospect of their expectations in the direction indicated proving reliable.    If it  transpire   that a  1  per cent, tax will  yield  more in the aggregate than  the  amount the    Finance   Minister  now  estimates 2 per cent, will bring, there  surely can be no legitimate reason for  adding unnecessarily to   thc   already  heavy burdens  that the mining industry has to bear.   Coming from such a  source, the representations of the mine  owners should at least have a trial, and  it is to be hoped they will.  A healthy ' sign of an improving  condition of the mining industry in  this district is to be found in the fact  that machinery firms are receiving inquiries regarding' mining plant and  machinery,' the placing of orders for  .which at an early date is contemplated  by several mine owners. With a steady  increasing output of ore and a growing  disposition to make early provision for  enlarged operations, the outlook for  the future.is getting brighter. Under  these favorable circumstances confidence in the mines of the district is  being more-'effectually .restored, much  to the satisfaction of aH'concerned.  ENDURED DEATH'S AGONIES.  Only, a roaring -fire enabled J. M.  Garrettson, of San Antonio, Tex., to  lie down when attacked by asthma,  from which he suffered for years. He  writes his misery was often so great  that.it seemed he endured the agonies  of death; but Dr.' King's New Discovery for Consumption wholly cured  him. This marvelous medicine is the  only known cure for asthma as.well as  consumption, coughs and colds, and all  throat, chest and lung troubles. Price  50c and $1. Guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Miller Bros, drug store.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Cable Address :   " hai-lkxt."  Codes  \ Bedford M'Neill's  J Moreing & Neal's  ( Leibcr's.  t. H.  HALI/BTT.  Greenwood,  b. o.  B. C. SHAW.  OvyNERS and agents report that residence property is letting more freely  now. than for several months. This is  gratifying news and it betokens the  coming again of better times than for  the past two or three months. The  more, settled homes there are in the  town the better for' its trade and  general advancement.  REPyBLIC-KETTLE RIVER RAILWAY.  Regarding the proposed railway from  Republic, Mr. Clarence, J. McCuaig,  who recently returned to Montreal  after visiting the leading mining  camps of East and West Kootenay and  Republic, is reported by the Toronto  World to have said: -'The Republic  and Kettle River. Railway company, is  now beitig organized by New York and  Canadian capitalists, to build a railway from Republic to Grand Forks, or  rather to a point on the boundary line,  with the anticipation that the Canadian Pacific railway will either build  itself from. Grand Forks to the boun-  A^ry_M!L?>__9LPe^ d��  so. If possible construction wilFbe  commenced this fall, but if the arrangements are not completed in time,  work will be commenced as soon as  weather will permit in the spring."  pRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pobwc, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank' of Montreal, Greenwood.  "Established i'i 1836.: .  7 Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital...".....!'. .$4,866,666  Reserve Fund........ .....:$1,581.666  ��� London Office:  3 Clement's "Carve, Lombard Street,J3. C   .  -#-   ���-. ,    "  Court of Directors':-!  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter. Gaspird  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry i. Ii. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoaro, H.J. B. Kendall, J. J.Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.    ���   ;  Secretary, A. G.Wallis. .     .  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector..-.  *    -#- .    ...   -. -  Branches in Canada:  London, Brantford, . Hamilton, : Toronto,  Montreal. Ottawa, Kingston, Qnebec,cSt. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg,' Fredericton, N. P..,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver. Rossland, Kaslo,  Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  __GENTS IN TKE UNITED STATES:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  VV. Lawson and J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sansome street) H. J. Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank of England arid Messrs. Glyri & Co.  Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. A stralia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Baiid of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China: and Japan���Chartared Mercantile  Baiiko.f India,London and China. Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais. , '���  SfTOM^^^  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  <��_  <��Z  CF*\  CF*,  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  ���3.  CF*,  Cr*'  Cr*  Capital, all paid up. $1.2,000,000.  Rest...:.............$7,000,000.  President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount "Royal*  ���   - "Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond. ���   .  -  ..General Manager: .E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \$$J^'fejsL. New York, Chicago.;  .:'     Buy. and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an.  Travellers' Credits, available in any'partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  immMMMMmMMmmMMmmmmmM  -"=2  *=2  J. ANDERSON, Manager. Greenwood   B.C  J. P. MCLEOD,  Barrister and Solicitor,  7 Notary Public, Etc.  Offices: -Wallace-Miller block, Green-wood,B.C.  E. P, DAVIS, Q. C. ''..-. C. W. WARD.  DAVIS & WARD  BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS   AND  NOTARYS PUBLIC.  Office over Bank of Commerce.  FORBES M; KERBY.C. E.  Provincial-Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B..C.  also J, A. Unsworth's Store, Midway, B. C  F.W. GROVES,  D Civil and Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  Mr. W. C. Matthews, general manager for Messrs. R. G. Dun & Co., in  Canada, having just completed a trip  during which he visited the different  offices of the company from the Atlantic to the Pacific, lately gave a representative of the Toronto Globe his impressions of the trade conditions of the  different parts of the Dominion.  Speaking of this province he is reported to have said: "In British Columbia the drastic labor law, the  various strikes and the political ferment of the past few months have had  a depressing effect on business, and  ���all classes have felt it. Things seem  to be settling down, however, the  changed conditions are being accepted,  and the situation is improving." Of  this   particular district he said:    '--'In  A press dispatch from Republic,  Wash., states that the corporation  papers were-filed with the county auditor there by, the Republic and Kettle  River Railway company, for the purpose of building a railway irom Repub  lie to the international boundary line i  near the postoffice at Nelson, Wash.  The capital stock is $1,000,000, divided  into 10,000 shares of the par value of  $100 each. The trustees are C. J. McCuaig, Montreal; Warner Miller, New  York; Albert A. Ayer, Montreal; R. G.  E. Leckie, D.'F. Hallahan, A. F. Burleigh, of Republic; and J. C. Ralston,  Spokane. It is thought that the corn-  pay intends to connect with the Canadian Pacific and run into Grand  Forks. The road will be of the standard gauge. Surveyors are now on the  ground locating a route. Warner  Miller and R. G. E. Leckie are president and vice president respectively.  The Spokesman - Review remarks:  "Those.familiar with the indefaiigable  purpose of President James Hill can  readily believe that he has stolen a  march on the Canadian Pacific and  won the long desired entrance to the  Boundary country and Republic along  the valley., of Kettle river. Mr. Hill  usually attains his ends. It is earnestly  hoped that he has succeeded in this  case, and that his success will call for  the quick construction of an American  line into the rich camps along the international border."  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   andJ Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,   ;      ;      :      _    B.   G.  BAUER & ASHCROFT.  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land and Engineering Surveys  IV. A. BAUERi C.E., P.L.S.     -   A. Et ASHCROFT CE iP.LS  VANCOUVER QREEf-WOOO  Wood   Block,  next  door   to   Custom   office,  GREENWOOD. B. C  . _  Greenwood  Market - -  ���������  oe  AND  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY.  REPRESENTING:  PHOENIX  FIRE  ASSURANCE) GO.V   -  -   :. ���     .' . OF LONDON,. ENGL AND.  r '"Western assurance ��� co.,-oftoronto^  ���  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  N "v..  7 -..'���'"7"7.' ���-"'/���'������' 0F TORONTO"1  -.-..   LIVERPOOL -AND LONDON AND GLOBE  '���;."*���  ;,,.���   /...'_  ���'��������������_������  .    /       :; ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  '������������-   BIRKBlJGlt INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  ������-''���"-���.'-��� ' .    '.'-'."  '������'���'��� '' "���'���-   '.���'  : '.       '���' '���   '.'���" . "'  '���'���' . --.       OF TORONTO.  GEO. r Mm.  Manager.  Fresh  Mutton,  Beef,  Fish,  Pork,  Etc*.  CABLE ADDRESS '.  MAORI.  CODE:     ���.::..;���.-  MQREING '& NEAL.  n n  :  .-- ��� :  THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  TO LET:   Building suitable for Stores or offices.    Lot on Copper Street,  business   centre. ' ,  FOR SALE :   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, ." ; .- B. C.  Always on Hand-  �������ii��  _L>l ��� ���  " PROPRIETOR.  a  COPPER - STREET.  is  1 ���  All  w  COMPANY.  LIMITED.      R.QREIGER, MGR.  xxx Agents For Pabst Beer, XXX  Complete Line Bar Supplies.  .GREENWOOD  a��ace Lwery*  Harvey & Robins, Proprietors.  the Best Stock. Che neatest Rigs.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  JOHN C. ROBERTSON,  Architect.  Plans and Specifications furnished  Officee: Copper street, Greenwood.  mcDdiinell $��o,  �� e-  Says the Bossburg Journal:    "There  are lots of rumors in the air as to what  Mines  t*t  and Real Estate  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  BREWE  PORTMAN BROS. & CO.,'  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  limited.  VANCOUVER. B..C-, 733 Pender St.  Also NELSON. B. C.  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a large stock of Balances. "Furnaces,  Fire Clay g-oods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids, Chemicals  and all other Assayers' and Miners' requirements.   Sole agents for Morgan Crucible '.Company,  Battersea and Standard Firebrick Co., Crucibles and Muffles.   Becker's Sons' Balances, Etc.  | Catalogue and full particularr sent on application. .    ���  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines. v-^l    i  September 1_M900.  i ���--_ |     ^-_-��--n---^��������M<��i��<>___��__M<-<��__^---><_��_l^^  -T*r(rii��li.  CITY COUNCIL.  Mayor Hardy presided at last Monday  night's meeting- of the city council.  There were two absentees���Aldermen  Sharpe and Sutherland.  Correspondence received included  the following-, which v-as dealt wi,th  as stated:  Re land expropriated for street or  alley: h- Bos>s>hart, referred to city  solicitor; J. A. Smith and M. Stooke,  to be offered .$1 pet foot frontage as  compensation.  From Mr. Smith Curtis, M. P. P., re  Railway Assessment Act; received and  filed. George A. Stimson & Co.,  Toronto, re time to which offers., for  debentures will be received; clerk to  reply. Revs. B. H. Balderston, D.  Campbell, W. A. Robins and W.  Palmer, re ringing city bell at certain  times for Sunday services at churches;  permission given to ring the bell, applicants to .provide ringer., Mrs. M.  Kauffmann,re in sanitary condition of  premises at rear of I. O. O. F. block;  matter in hands of city health officer.  Kamloops Board of Trade, re' Good  Roads convention; received and filed.  A. Fisher, re grade "Silver ' street,  Fisher's addition; grade not yet established, (om ,  "Application from Greenwood Electric,  Company, Iytd., and Greenwood and  Phoenix Tramway Comparty, I/t'd., ^op  extension of six months from Lexpira-  tion of the year named >in .tramway  charter within which to carry out undertaking. .Extension granted .to*  August 31, 1901, under same conditions  as before.  ���REPORTS.'  City engineer reported quantity of  water passing through 3_>eadwood  street culvert to be 120 cubic feet per  minute or eighty miner's in.ches, not  including that flowing underlieath and  at sides of culvert: also _opmplelion by  C. H. Norris of contract to build culvert.   Medical health officer reported!  I #-* s x I  on  sanitary condition-'of'. yard at rear  ^     *        .     *.(_-.,����  of I. O. O. F. block and "action he had  a   "*   ; -  'taken in regard to same, alsp-urgmg-  that council grapple *vi��hf-<Vatfer,ser--  vice and drainage questions. J. Crop-  ley reported .work done at jcemetery.  Finance committee reported accounts  correct, as under,- and the same were  passed for payment:' j  C. H." Norris,' $1,000; Caulfield & ]_,__-'  mont, $34.77; A. H. Sperry Co.. UtdJ  $1.75; J. A. L,eamy , $28.S0fE. W/M.  __,yons, $73.50; L,. H. Wright, $2; JD. X).  Hardy, 75c 'and $49.55; Greenwood  Electric company, Litd.} $100.45; -Yale  Columbia Lumber Co., Ltd., $3.67;,JJ.,  Bunting, $8.20; .Greeywood. Produce"  Co., $1.50; Cunningham & Andersen,  S4.80; C.-F. Alston, $196; W. J. Wart-  man, $90.  By-law to amend by-law No. 14  (health by-law) considered in committee and read a third time. This by-law  provides that no public laundry in the  city shall be within 250__..feet from  Boundary creek and that-proprietors  of existing} laundries affected thereby  be given three months notice to remove same.  It was decided that tenders be called  for cutting- ditch to _co_inec1-_the pld  creek bed with Deadwood street,_cul-  verjt; street committee to act on same.  Medical health officer to repoj"t.as to  general sanitary condition of-'streets  and alleys of the town."; Wafer pipe  across Twin creek to be protected' to  prevent freezing. Time within which  rebate will be allowed on payment of  general taxes was extended ���until Oct.  10, prox. Clerk reported total tax receipts on account of 1900 taxes have  been $6,578.23. Fire and light committee to make some necessary alterations to horsestalls in fire hall and to  repair and paint tin roof of city hall.  Collector to make special "effort to get  in dog taxes and where payment be  not made, to prosecute. .��� A committee"  ���was appointed to confer witli"city engineer with reference to his getting a  ' provincial land surveyor to certify to  the correctness of measurements shown  in the map of the city now being pre-:  pared so that in case of need-map will  be received as evidence in a court of  law. Fire and light committee was rer  quested toobtain information from ex;-  perienced persons re suitability' of  electricity for thawing fro'z<_n water  pipes and effect of this process upon  pipes. Council adjourned at 11 o'clock  p. m.       '    >  LIBERAL NOMINEE IJf^YALE-  CARIBOO.  The lateral convention for Yale-  Cariboo was held in Revelstoke on 5th  inst. The delegates from the surrounding ridings, numbering about 50, met  in the __fiberal-Cons.e_-va.ive rooms on  that morning to nominate a candidate.  Mr. W. M. Laurence, president of the  Revelstoke Liberal association, was  in the* chair.  Mr.Smith-Cnrtis nominate! Mr.Hew-  itt   Bostock,  M.  P.,  seconded by Dr.  Sinclair, of Rossland. .  A motion was carried authorizing  the chairman to wire Mr. Bostock, and  the convention then adjourned until 2  o'clock to receive his reply. This, on  arrival, stated that Mr. Bostock, after  full consideration of all the issues involved, finds that it will be impossible  for' Him to accept re-nomination, his  answer to the convention being as follows:  The  Chairman   Liberal   Convention,  Revelstoke, B.C.,.  "I appreciate most deeply the generous and unanimous expression of the  convention. I regret exceedingly that  my desire to meet their views cannot  prevail over circumstances which make  it impossible for me to accept.  - Hewitt Bostock."  Mr. W. A. Galliher, pf Nelson, was  afterwards tendered a unanimous nomination, which he accepted. The con-;  vention - was' addressed by Messrs  Templeman, Curtis, Henderson, _jlc-  Lagan and Maxwell. A permanent  organization was effected, with head  quarters at Revelstoke.  There was a long list of resolutions  adopted," including one thanking Mr.  Bostock for past services, and others  covering the following matters:  In favor of a British Columbia census every five years, .to readjust the  constituencies and the per capita grant;  cabinet repesenlation; division of the  Yale-Cariboo constituency., into , three;  all public charters to have a clause allowing the government to "purchase  the same; approval of the enforcement  of the fair wage clause and the establishment of a Bureau of Labor Statistics and Board of Conciliation; doubling the per capita tax on Chinese and  an act on the lines of the Natal Act;  the establishment of, a Dominion  Bureau of ftfines; and endorsement pf  _he Laurier government, congratulating it on its preferential trade policy,  penny postage, and the contribution of  men and money in defence of the .Empire in * South* Africa,.and the action  regarding. -hoTnestead fees in British  Columbia", vand trie following: * -'We  recognize with approval the action of  the government in the provision made  for a free return into Canada of lead of:  ' I ' x  Canadian origin,  smelted in Canada,,  butre fined abroad, and in view of the  large, production of lead bullion-now,  going bn in Canada (a production that'  a few years.since did not exist), and in  -view of the great inequality -of duties'  levied  on   the product aud other material .^used   in   the   manufacture   of  paints (^uch duties ranging from nothing to 35 per cent, of the value thereof)  this convention would recommend that  the tariff of diatoms on lead products  and   such other, material used in the  manufacture   of  paints   coming   into  Canada, be revised and pnt on a parity  with  each  other,  and with the duties  now-levied for revenue purposes upon  similar classes of c oo^ s.' '  t ������    - ' ^___  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK,  Cigars and Tobaccos,   "Smokers! Sundries, _    _____ _  ; < i .Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Poops Below  "'Rendell "Corner.  ���������'���-.������*>--7;":-'vB__l',i_fe--i__^:1_!'''____',_ivl^-:  AND  SOO LINE  RENOWNED.  ID  "Imperial-Limited  El-~-.ll---nu Service -WEST  "Pfith direct connecting service to  ���    . and from  Boundary Creek  and Kettle River District.  First-class Sleepers on all trains from  Arrowhead and Kootenay Landing.  :������ Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat daily for St.  Paul, ���'Saturdays  for  Montreal   and   Boston,  gondays'and Thursdays for*. Toronto.    Same  cars pass-Revelstbke one day earlier^  Ex. Sun Daily Train Ex. Sun.  11:45 ly Cieenwood ar 22:30  . For .rate.?, tickets, and full information apply to agent Greenwood, B. C., or  Ivi. Anderson^.'���-;���..���.77-E; f. Coyle, 77  T.P.A.,Nelson, B.C.   A.G.P.A. VancbuVer.B.C  The  Centre of  the great gold and  copper mining  camp of Canyon  creek.  High-assays,large  showings. Strong  company operating there. Sawmill  being erected.  Roads being built  by the company to  the city.  Business Li  Mlflttl'l  Wi  m  Wl  Tim  M  ���^k^ywi; h tf .. Y -J��- #tv  ���;.  ml*  7iP  N  \  v  5^6  ** ; J-a  1 %<>-mofifc^%z^  .-* 3M0G.liL6ROJJP-  r i&'WLIVAM-^VTAPDUL  W  fiReiTNIIO^D  v\^o*<�� '(.Htj-A  /QjtrtyyjCfrSfiofifi^  9  R7*WrWY.-  - A  .'if  ....FOR PARTICULARS A'PPLY....  W. S. FLETCHER.  CANYON city.  geo.r;Wa0en, :;  ' -general agent. GREENWOOD, JE?. c.  ' I������       1 fi���wi   li   nt, *******  **imm*mwmm Hul i ^w^atiatw-w*  >J*^J*\fj*\rr*\^r*\r**rr*ir'��ij^x*f*\*iJ^  ,^V'>VjMV��*^yWAi^^r<-^^U#>��^rSifA*^Vi  -' r  Gofflraetcial Centre of  NOTICE.  NOTICE.is hereby g-iven that at* the first  meeting of Hie Licence Commissioners for the  City of Greenwood held after thirty davs from  the date'hereof I shall apply for a transfer  from me to VV. W. Howe of the Hotel Licence  heM by me for the Commercial 'Hotel, Copper  street, in the City of Greenwood, "  -Dated 17th July, 19oo.  A. V.*..' ^SOi". THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  i'iiiTi. r^n  ___����----_-n~-|Ti"i"i  w-H-_.flT-i^-^-i' il nam  September 12,  1900,  PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE PROROGUED.  V ; The first session of the nitrth Parlia  .7ment of 'British Columbia'was ended  ' "by prorogation on the 1st inst. by His  ���,\ Honor, the Lieutenant-Governor, who  ' s made the following- .speech from the  ; ' throne:  ��� (Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the  ���_.: Legislative Assembly:,  . .- "I am pleased to express my appre-  '; -elation of the earnestness and care you  ..have manifested iu dealing with  V. various important subjects submitted  _-for your consideration during the ses-  7 sion. The liberal supplies you have  ' | granted for carrying on the adminis-  ; I tration of public affairs, and particu-  ! ilarly for. the construction of roads, and  ! jfor other public improvements, cannot  < ifail to have a marked result in the de-  ���jvelopment of $he resources of the pro-  ;; vince affected thereby.' ' ".  "I ain pleased toobserve the substan-  i, tial aid extended to agricultural indus-  ; -try. -The measure of relief afforded to  ' .settlers by the Land Act .Amendment  j* Act is esj.ecia.lly gratifying.  _���., "The*several amendments to the As-  *,jses"smeiit -Act,- and the act to levy a  ; -it'ax" on, coal and coke will result in a  ..substantial increase'! in the revenue so  ; as.to. more amply provide for carrying  -: con necessary works of development in  y the:futurei   y .  ;'���',' "I am pleased to know that special  ; .measures of relief have been passed in  t -the, interests of the municipalities of  v JNew Westminster and Sandon. -._,'  \\ "It is gratifying to find'that effective  7 measures have been j taken to protect  ; _bur home labor, not; only./from unfair  y.competition within the 1"province, but  ���.tfrom the immigration of undesirable  !'classes of aliens. "7  \'ty "I note with pleasure that aniict has  . jibeen passed, and under.it a judge of  -��� Hhe Supreme Court of British Columbia  /'.has been appointed to proceed to Por-  .' :cupine creek; Cassiar district, to settle  ;.up in an expeditious manner disputes  7which have arisen in that locality be-  ; tween miners by reason of the uncer-  ytainty of the boundarybetween-Alaska  land this province.  7 "The act to protectihe mining in-  i terests of citizens serving Her Majesty  .; in South Africa meets with my warmest  7approval.  ' '��������� "The presence in the province of His  yExcellency   the   Governor-General  at  . .the   present  time-, is  a matter of con-  'gratulation, and I feel assured that His  yExcellency 'will   be deeply impressed  'with the expressions of loyalty, to Her  i Majesty, so conspicuous.-jn this part of  -Her Majesty's dominions^  ;������ "In liberating you from your arduous  y.duties it is with the..feeling that your  ' 7 efforts will be. amply rewarded by the  ��� increasing prosperity and the general  ��� advancement  of--the interests of the  province resulting therefrom."  -Immediately before prorogation the  following acts were assented to in Her  Majesty!s name:  ���7  An act to amend the Evidence Act.  7  An   act to amend the Notaries Appointment Act. Vj-Y/.' '������'���:.  .    An   act  respecting   the  closing   of  _   shops and* the empV^Jment; of "children  and young persons ^herein.7      ���-  An act^'to incorporate the Vancouvef  ' - 'and Westminster Railw^ cp^npan_y.  7 ^n act |o incorporate the Crow's Nest  pass   Electric Light and Power company, Limited*  ^n   act- tp ifacQrpqratg the Western  r^epjaqt^apd Tejeg-rap^ company.  7 iVn act to'amend the Companies Act,  <im: '' "y'::- ' "   -���"-"  y An agt tQ incorporate the J��itj_Ba��t-  .Qal^lgnia cqinpany,* '.';   y  A��. a.\%t tp reyise %qd: cqnsol.d^te the  Vancouver Incorporation Act.  ��� An a<?t t9 amend th. Vancguvcr,  ���Northern and Yukon Railway  Act,  1899.  An act to amend an Act to Incorporate the Anglican Synod of the Diocese  of New Westminister.  ��� An act to incorporate the Rock Bay  and Salmon River Railway company.  An act to accelerate the incorporation of the city of Phoenix.  7 An act to incorporate the Pacific,  Northern-and Omineca Railway company.  An act to amend the Vancouver and  Lulu Island Railway Act 11891) Amendment Act, 18977  An act to amend the Investment and  Loan Societies Act: ���  An act to amen^ uje Rossland Water  and I^ght Company incorporation Act,  1896. ' '' '. ".' ''���"'.  t An act to amend tlr_e Columbia .vnfl  Western Railway S-^b.sjdy Acti 4.-8.V  ,.* An act ..to amend the I<and Registry  A_t.   .    ���'���  ,  An act to sCroend.the Judgments Act,  1899.     '7' .:  An act to amend the Mechanics-  Lien Act.  An act relating to extra-provincial  investment and loan societies.  An act to incorporate the Kamloops  and Atlin Railway company.  An act to amend the Official Administrators' Act.   -.-.���   ' "t.:  An act respecting succession duties.  "Air act relating to employment.on  works carried on under franchises  granted by private acts.  An act to regulate immigration into  British Columbia. -  An act to confirm the assessment roll  of the city of Greenwood for the year  1900.  An act to permit the use of voting  machines in British Columbia.  An act to amend the law relating to  costs allowed to mortgagees.  An act to incorporate the Grand  Forks and Kettle River Railway company. '".-.'������.'!���  An act to authorize a grant to the  corporation of the city of Vancouver  of certain crown lands situate in said  city.  An act to amend the Licences Act,  1899.  An act to amend the Water Clauses  Consolidation Act, 1897. **  An act to relieve the members of the  Canadian troops serving in South  Africa from the operation of certain  provisions of the Placer Mining Act,  the Mineral Act, and amending acts.  An act to amend the Railway Assessment Act.    ,  An act to amend the Provincial Elections act.  An act to amend the Tram way .Incorporation Act.  An act to amend the Mineral act.  An act to levy a tax on coal and  coke.  An act to amend the Land Act.  An act to amend the Assessment Act.  7 An act to amend the Queen's Counsel Act,1899. . , '  '"'"An" act to vest the title to the Discovery placer claim, Atlin Lake Mining Division, of the Cassiar Electoral  District, in the discoverers of placer  claims in the said district.  , An act to amend the Municipal  Clauses Act.  An act to amend the Municipal  Elections Act.   .  An act to amend the Public Dyking  ;Actrf898v.��� ���   .    ���  An act to amend the Municipalities  Act. 7 .;���  An act to further amend the Land  Act.  An act for granting certain sums of  money for' the public service of the  Province of British Columbia.  NO CABINET RECONSTRUCTION.  PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.  -��� -. ���-," -  Timely information given Mrs.  George Long-, of New/ Straitsville,  Ohio, saved two lives. 7 A frightful  cough had long kept her awake every  night. She had tried many remedies  and doctors but steadily grew ��� worse  until urged to try Dr. King's New  Discovery. One bottle wholly cured  hea; and she writes, this marvelous  medicine also cured Mr. Long of a  severe attack of Pneumonia. Such  cures are positive proof of its power to  cure all throat, chest and lung trouble.-*.  Only 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed. Trial  bottle free at Miller Bros*. Drug Store.  Che Queen  ������  gigarge  ���<>��������  Clarendon Hotel Block,  Greenwood. B. C.  Foi-Pipes, Tobaccos and Cigars  Wholesale and Retail,  I. ROBT. JACOBS. Manager  ON REAL ESTATE  f ��� ��!��� mcCeod  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Room 4, Wallace-Miller Block.  y The frantic guess of the Vancouver  .World at the composition of a reconstructed government, wherein Messrs.  .Turner, Wells and Prentice should be  no more, has occasioned no little  amusement: here ��� more particularly  among those who are in the know.  For the benefit of the World, as well  as of the general public, it may.now  be said with confidence that there will  be no reconstruction,for the present, at  all events. Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir will in  the.interim between now and the calling of parliament together in regular  session in the spring, formulate a  policy whictihe will submit to his supporters,.^  parliament again w$lj {tUr'aame colleagues wl\o yrppe accepted as tempor.  ary by the pro-sessional convention in  Vancouyer.���Vancouy.er. Pj-ppy.iflcg.  TO RE-CONSTRUCT THE PROVINCIAL  :*7 " vw''. "CABINET.  CHATHAM WAGCjN .$70.00 _  3 SLEIGHS (double'tires) 20.00 each  HARNESS, per sett 16.00  APERAJOES (complete) 1S.0O  PACKSADDLES  3.S0  The-above although second-hand are  in first-class condition.    Apply  T. GRAHAM,  ALBERT CANYON, B. C.  Head Office arid "Works at,  BEI.I.EVII,'iB, Ont. - .  Branch Office and*"Works' at"  ��� ���������'��� Traii/, B;C.   '  ERY  thenrti^ ^  Air  Our  '���,.."      Manufacturers oi . "-��  Compressors,  Rqc ' .DriU��y Hoisting and Stationary Engines,  Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Gars, Ore Buckets, etc.  ���Agents ft^ Works,  Shops at Trail are most .^omplete, consequently .we are jn. a position  ,to Handle., all.,  .kinds of Repairs.    If ygvi,, are.troubled^w.ith your Drills freezing,.or.wish.to'.'".'",;  save rnoney^ buy ing repairs, tfien' USE   OURS.. 7' '" J.. P. BYERS, M2��_Tra.il.B.C  ^ 1  c"3       ll  ��;=3 1  Jenckes Machine Co.  Always on  Hand at  Rossland Detot.  HOISTING  PLANTS  BUCKETS,    CARS,"  PUMPS/.CHAIN  COMPRESSORS.  ROPE,    SINKfNG AND STATION  BLOCKS,. RAND  DRILLS   AND  F. R. MENDENHALL, Agent.  1    The James Cooper Mfg, 'Co.,    |  ** ---MQIVITREAL, -QUEBECr  "' ���   "MANUFACTURERS'OF'  -#*  ��.Vc.'  1 Tngersoll=Sergeant  ������  ������.  BOILERS, H0ISTS,;?UMPS: Etc.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE ^  DUPLEX and CORLISS AJR C-M-~%  PRESSORS .... ,3  Jt =3  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS r2  '    OP ALT. KTNUS. ' "^S  .     .      . S;TOCK CARRIED IN RQSSJCAND. .   ...    ^5  , B. W* Kirkpatrielt, Greenwood, B. C-,    ~*  ^   R. Jl. e* Itlenally, Rossland, B. C. '- ���  mmmmmmmim  : The .report is7 current in Victoria,  and we ^iye-it fqr vrhiit.\%?�� vjctpth,  ^hat tlic T-\i (.QnatWAtiein of tl^e cabinet,  as was. agreed upon in the convention  held in this city last Jqne t-y the gov-  ernrqent ^nd its 9nppo.rter3, y?H1 fal/m  place i-n_ned.-.t_ljj Hon. l^e-isrs. Dunsr  muir, Ebepta aqd McBride will <*on-  tinne, while Messrs, Turner, Wells  and Prentice will drop ont, Mr. Turner  taking the position of Agent-General  in London. The intention is to make  the government a purely Conservative  one. Mr. Dunsmuir will continue to  be premier, and Mr. Eberta attorney-  general. Hon. Mr. McBride will become provincial secretary; Mr. Green,  of Slocan, minister of mines; and Price  Ellison, of Vernon, chief commissioner  oflandsand works.���Vancouver. World.  ��-ivwiwu r -  YARB AT DEADWOOD, B. ���.  We have on hand   No. 1   Brick,   well  burnt and solicit your patronage.  We have paid special attention  .to the construction of Ptimping  Machinery for duty, in* minea,-  our unsurpassed facilities -and;  methpd�� h^ve g. ven our Piimps  % jion^nion wide reputation.  They are fully guaranteed. Oiir  designs include all types of the.  ordinary Pistqn Pattern Mlning-  Pumpi .��oi;d'CyUnder single ajad  PviplP* Patterns-, outside packed  puplex Plunger Patterns with  pot valves, also Vertical Sinking Pumps, both piston and outside pa,oked double Plunger patterns. Mine superintendents  and those interested in Machinery would consult their interests  by sending for catalogue and  quotations before installing their  plants. *' ' -  ^iUiUiauiUiUiiuiiaiuuiiUiUiiiUiUuuuiUiUiaiiuuuiiiaiiiaiUiUiUiaiUiiuaaiiUiUiiuu^  __3  =3  ��� ���  usmess  ning.  -FORt-  I  ,     -IN THE   Colville Indian Reservation  Which has .been Thrown Open for Settlement by the^President,  LIMITED  TORONTO  Write For Particulars to.  Geo* B�� lllecbeittf KocK Creek, !!��� &  Slrfflirfrrfljrrrfrr^^  ��> / >>  QNT,  6ur.l\ft6&#.lett,,  AGp?J-fa AT ROSSLAND.  Aackay & Wai ken  /\GENTS AT VANCOUVER.  WM. SMITH/ '"   '  P.O.. Boxlft., agertt'aVG-^ei-i-WP-l.  ft, C.  ���ULLJBg.--  A. J. McGuire & Co.  Deadwood B.C.  M^N^RAI. ACT^' Vi$t%.  Ceitlfiwte of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "-   ' ll  '"PHOENIX" and "PLATT" Mineral claim  aitnate in the Kettle River Mining- Div sion  of Yale District   Where located :   In Dead-  wood camp. .  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as afreat for Phil Aspinwall, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 3480lA,i��tend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of   Improvements,   for   the  purpose  of obtaining a  Crown Grant of file  above claim.  And farther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  tuasce of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1900.  '���������"���*        41-so      tya". 'hai/lett.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.,  Certificate  of Improvements.   .  NOTIQE. .������������' '"���  BURNS, BURNSi yRACTIONAI,, COPPER  TRUST "PRACTIONAI,, SCRANTON  Cy]"^ FRACTION and PICLADIHY  FRACTION Mineral Claim ,situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division' of .Yale  District Where located ��� Xo Deadwood  Camp, .-.".,  AKENQiTICE tUiVt I, 'SU A. Bielenberg  __-.'��� Fr^e ^Jrieir's . Certificate No.  B8266, intend sixty days from date' hereof to  ���Apwy V> the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  ^f Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the abbvo claims: '  Ajid further take notice /that action .under  Section 37 mast bo commenced before the is-  syance of _itv.lt Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thiB 23rd day of June, A. D., 1900.  . E. A. BIEI.ENBERG  T,  Mineral Act, 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOE.  'HERCULES" Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located;   In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H./tiallett, as  agent for Edward I. Tate, T/ree Miner's  agent  No. 84408,  the date hereof, to apply to the T_-.rting  Certificate No. 84408, intend,  si^ty days from  ipply to the Timing Recorder  for a Certificate of lmprovenje'nts for the pur  pose of obtaining a C-O.W-1, Grant to the above  claim. ,,  And further- take notice that action, under  spctian 37, mast be com-nenced before the is-  pance of snch certificate of improvements.  Dated this 31st day of Hay, 1900.  42 I.   H.   HAHETT.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate  of Improvement.  NOTICE.  LAURA mineral claim, situated in the Kettle.  River mining division of   Yale district.  Where located :.* Ju.Long'Lake.carup.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C.'-iE.- Shaw acting  as agent for Marry McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 7.34b, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's certifidate No. 14357a, and the P. A.  Largery estate, jf.ree Miner's certificate No..  2%29b intend, sixty days from the dat e hereof  to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown-grant of the above claim.  . And further, take notice that action, under  section 37, must ^be commenced before the issuance of such certifictte of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, 1900.  41-50 -   C,-5E. SHAW.  r-p/  MINERAI-, ACT, 1896.   .  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  ELECTRIC mineral claim situate in thc.Kettle  rieyr miniug division of Yale district.  Where located : ��� lu Long Lake camfi.  AKE NOTICE that we, The Vancouver  and Boundary Creek Development  and Mining Company, L., X,.- Free  miner's certificate No. 29759 sixty days from  the dEte hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certi ficate of Improvements for the  purpooe of obtaining a' Crown Grant forthe  above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced'before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this 2nd day of June, 1900.  Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Development and_ Mining Co., L. L.  Mineral Act. 1896.    J  jCertificate;. of ������.; ImpfovementslTt.:  -\t   ?/ 7 .y.^JEtcE.���'".^���':  vyiJ-.H?  MARGRIE. mineral situate in the. Kettle .river  Mining" Division^ of Yale District. Where  Located in Sltylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C.iE. Shaw acting  as agent for Marry McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 7734b, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificate No. 14357a intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply io the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose of. obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.  And further take notice that action   under  cection 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 17th day April, A. D. I960.  41-50 CSS. SHAW.  . ��"*_���"  Mineral Act, 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  .-..,_. ..."..     NOTICE.  ANACONDA,     COLUMBIA     AND   KOOT-  EN'AY' - Mineral Claims, 'situate   in    the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where locrted :���'��� About two and one  - half miles northerly from Greenwood.  TAKE   notice that I, J. A. Kirk acting as  asent    for    Wm.   T;       Olliver,     Free  Miner's Certificate    ..'    No. 35674A  intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the-purpose of  obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim.  And   further   take notice that action under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of s-uch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this i st day of May, 1903.        /    .  I J. A. KUZ-E.  . ' *    -  ���   v '-:���-. _.  '-/.. '.%  ���v ?  i  n-)r rt*- ir"^i  *-____  .^.JTn% GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES  ���^__  September 12, 1900.  CANADA  AT PARIS.  The following references to Canada's  exhibits -at the Paris Exposition are  taken from exchanges:  What   sort   of a   figure do   Britihs  colonies   cut in the Paris exhibition?  That question is  answered by a visit  to the park' of the Troc'adero, where  bunched   together    Canada,   Western  Australia,   India and Ceylon, can be  rapidly  visited,   and  their wealth and  significance contrasted with the conglomeration of dusky and diverse semi-  savage tropicals who form the French  group of colonies.   The fine Indian exhibit   gives   but   a faint idea of the  wealth  of our   splendid dependency,  even Ceylon with its unique display of  spices, and its successful tea-house, so  frequented by the better classes, is not  what excites the admiration of Britishers   most.   It   is when   he   steps into  Canada  that   he feels the' greatness  and promise of the new empire beyond  the sea, and gets the proper idea of a  true  colony.   Here  he   meets in the  Canadian  commissioners a set of men  who  represent   the  colonial   idea  of  sturdiness and love of work, without a  trace of the glacial age or official starch  about them.   Around on both floors of  the building are evidences of the Immense material wealth and progress in  the   Dominion.    The   wealth   of  her  fisheries, the richness of her vast grain  fields,   the enterprise of her farmers,  the perfection and variety of her farm  products,   the range of her manufactures,   the  display  of   her  gold   and  minerals, the extent of   her  railways  ' and the generous scope of her educa-  . tion   system,  the evidence of all this  lies before you, and even the dawn and  prophecy   of Canadian art. ,On Canadian   shoulders  has rested the main  . burden' of showing to France thc material and moral possibilities of a true  British colony, and the result is aston-  ing proof of the enterprise, wealth and  organization in a colony that has responded so ��� nobly in South Africa, to  her  duties in' empire .building.   The  whole building is decorated with flags,  and  there   has   been   no timidity in  showing in the capital of France what  Canada's nag is.   The same is true of  additional  exhibits   for  which space  could not be found here.   At Vincen-  nes she has a building filled with the  "newest  and best types-of farm  machinery.   In thc horticultural display,  'Canada'has spread.her ripe harvests of  f pits aqd decof ated th em "with the sa-Jie  ���  CRJOfs.   In shipping you. pass  an admirable display of canoes, and it  was  , Canadians who set the fashion in that  "DU-ld}i'g  of  flag  decoration.   In the  grea^ bwjUdtngs iq the Chainp de Mars  VfJigFe fter display* ��* machinery, car-  fiageq   aqd- forest protests ape to be  \ Bgei}.-' Everywhere 'the. s^njc "story is  . tq.d,'   Canada  and  ajl her resources' a  part of the British empire.   In one respect she has done what no other nation here has done, she has applied the  newest-and most perfect form of cold  storage for her farm produce, by which  in   this  tropical   heat, it is preserved  fresh, whilst  even   the United States  is   laboring   with   old - fashioned   ice  methods.  A correspondent writes thus to a provincial^ paper: -_  ~ '   It may interest your readers to learn  the impression of a British Columbian  visitor to the Canadian exhibiton at  ^ Paris.   I visited the exhibition for the  - first time on tbe 17th of June and was  very disagreeably surprised to notice  a state of great disorder and chaos in  th��j mining department.   \ fot_nd gyeryr  ih.ng  toP^yrt'iirvy.    ��peciinena  were  arranged regardlesp of order and system, and J actually saw a mUed pyramid of galena and copper ores, the  whole being labelled "galena."   I was  rather   astonished to find Mr. A. K.  Stuart, the B. C. representative, in the  agricultural department, working like  a beaver (by superior order).' On my  second visit, however, on July 26th, a  change  decidedly, for the better had  -taken  place.   I ~ was given to understand that after much wire-pulling and  kicking Mr. Stuart had been placed in  the  position he should have occupied  from the first, i. e., in the mineral section and in charge of the British Columbia exhibits for which purpose he  was   sent  tp   Paris.   Meanwhile   the  whole exhibit had been re-arranged by  Mr. -V. P. I<ow, of the  Qeolqgipal Survey,   assisted fty Mr-  Stuart.    Each  specimen   waa labelled aqd classified  and the whole presented a most credit^  able  appearance.     The   great   fault,  however, to be found with our mineral  exhibit is  that it resembles too closely  a   collection of mineral specimens���a  very excellent arrangement no doubt  from the point of view of students of  geology, but>not attractive as an advertisement when  compared with the  exhibits from West Australia, Transvaal, Siberia, etc.   The public cannot  realize  that each small sample represents a large mine.   In an interview I  had on the subject with Mr. Hume,  Minister of Mines in 1899, I pointed  out that the Btitish Columbia government should purchase a car load of  galena and sulphide ores which would  make a most attractive feature of our  exhibit of minerals from B. C. This  of course in addition to collections of  samples from principal mines. While  our exhibit is creditable there is not  enough of it for a display demonstrating the wealth of the country.  Canadian furs have taken the highest  award 'and we have actually beaten  Russia. ~Uufortunately the specimens  are scattered all over the building. In  forestry and lumber British Columbia  and the other provinces have beaten  the whole world and received the  highest award, but poor judgment was  shown in the failure to purchase adequate space. The exhibit is therefore  piled against the wall occupying a  space of about 25x25 feet. In front are  two large show cases, containing the  exhibit of an English cartridge factory. I am told that additional space  was offered to the Canadian government, but not accepted. - The Canadian  building itself is very poor, while the  exhibits are exceptionally good. Our  representative, Mt. Stuart, is doing.ex-  cellent work and has proved himself  most highly qualified for the post.  In conclusion I will add that but for  British Columbia's exhibits Canada  would have come off badly in the  mineral and forestry sections. The  Paris exposition is much too large, the  buildings are marvellous, but the  undertaking itself is a financial failure.  LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION.  - A provincial convention- of the  Liberal Conservative p��*,rty was Held  recently at New 'Westminister. On  the last day it met Mr. Charles Wilson,  Q.C.,was re-elected leader of the party  in this province by acclamation.  After an address from the newly-appointed leader,the question of the next  -place and date of meeting was discussed, Mr. C. Wilson, proposing  Revelstoke, and Mr. Went worth Sard,  Kamloops. On the vote being taken,  Revelstoke" was selected, it having  secured 39" out of > the 75 votes polled.  The date of the meeting was fixed for  the second Thursday in October,  1901.���  The officers for the esnst^ng tern}  were elected aa follows:' Honorary  president, Sir Charles Hibftert Tupper;  president, Hon. R. McBride; treasurer,  T. S. Barnard; secretary, C. J. South.  Bargains   in   carpets   and   heating  stoves.   O. I C. 2nd Hand Store,    tf  THE BRAVERY OF YVQMAfl  . Was grandly ahQwn \jy Mrs. jQhn  Dowlipg pf Bu't.er, P��� in a three years'  struggle with at malignant stomach  trouble that Qaused distressing -at*  tacks of nausea and indigestion. AH  remedies failed to relieve her until she  tried Electric Bitters. After taking it  two months shev wrote:""I am now  wholly cured "and can eat anything.  It is truly a grand tonic for the whole  system as I gained in weight and feel  much stronger since using it." 1 It aids  digestion, cures dyspepsia, improves  appetite, gives new life. Only 50c.  Guaranteed, at Miller Bros., drugstore.  FINE WNE OF.  Pipes, Cigars,  Tobaccos and Pouches.  JUST RECEIVED.  The Supply Point for  SUMMIT,   LONG LAKE, PASS  CREEK, and NORTH FORK Mining CAMPS.  The Junction of all the spur lines of Boundary with the  Columbia and Western R. R.        The  famous B. C. mine  lies immediately South of Townsite.  _    .  -AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF GOOD WATER.-  Lots may be secured at reasonable prices and deed can be  issued at once at once.   For terms etc.*, apply to :    .  H. T. WILGRESS, G. ARTHUR RENDELL,  R. Land Dep't, Nelson, B. C.  Coryell's   Map  'of  Wellington  $1.00.  Camp  11  DRUGGIST,  *  MIDWAY, B. C.  Established 1862.  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Best Brands Liquors and Cigars  ' THOS, McAUI^AY, Proprietor.  ���* Mineral Act, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  IDAHO Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Long Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, C. .35. Shaw acting  as agent for J. Lucy, Free Miner's certificate 8033B and the P. A Largey estate  Free Miner's certificate 29629b, intend sixty  days from the'"date* hereof, to apply to thc  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must  be  commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, A. D. 1900.  41-50 C. JE. SHAW.  ft  ft  t  ft  s  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft.  An*  is  At-  ft  9  ft  ft  1 ed.  isri  yyny  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which toave  just arrived.  ft  ftft,.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ftft-  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft'  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  I     The Biggest aad best %  �� assortment of Fall Suity  ��� ft.  * ings ever brought into  * the Boundary.  X  ��  ��  SHEEP,   SHEEP.  For sale .600 ewes and ewe lambs.  About 200 are fat and will be sold by  live weight.   Apply   J. T. DAVIES,  Okanagan Mission, B. C. .  THE TAILOR  Copper St.'."   . Greenwood.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ftft  ��  ftft  ft  *  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Certificate of IfflDrovement-  NOTICE.  HONALULTJ mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James R. Mcitackson, Free  Miner's-Certlf-cate No.-b13 56 and William H.  MCMackson, Free wider. Certificate No. B13593  intend; sixty days from date liereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT, 1856.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS..  NOTICE.  "SUNFLOWER". Mineral Claim situate lu  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : In Deadwood  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for The British Columbia Copper  Company,       Limited, (Foreign),        Free  Miner's Certificate No. n29S82, intend,  sixty days after dale hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement's for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.        - , ���  And further take notice that   action under  Section 37   must   be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such.Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of'July, A. D��� 1900.  .' I.   H.   HALLETT-  SWAYNE HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and'' room from  $7, a week and upwards.  NOTICE.  Mineral Act, 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NfOTIOB.. .  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle__Rlver Mining Division of Yale  District.  TAKE NOTICE.that I, C. JE. Shaw, acting as agent for C. J. McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 6227b, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate 14357a and the P. A.Largey.  estate, Free Miner's Certificate No,  29029b       intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim- .  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, 1900.  33_47 C. JE. SHAW.  To John Empey of the City of Rossland, in  British Columbia, and Robert E. L. Brown  of the City of "Victoria in British Columbia: *-  Sirs:���We hereby give you notice that on  behalf of our clients, Messrs. George A. Rendell and George R. Naden, both of the City of  Greenwood in British Columbia, the vendors of  the lands an4 premises, lately contracted to be  purchased by you, the" said John Empey, by an  agreement dated the Sth day of June, A. D.,  1899, and which lands and premises are described in said agreement as_being a certain _  portion of the Barbara mineral claim, being  lot eight hundred and seventeen (817) situate In  the City of Greenwood In British Columbia,  and more particularly described as situate on  the southeast side of Dundee street in said citv  facing Copper street, and the northwest corner  of the lands agreed to be sold to be not more  than thirty-five (35) feet from the noitheast *  corner of lot oue (1) in Block "E" in the subdivision of part of the Dundee mineral claim,  being lot six hundred and one (601) and which  said described lands were on the survey of the  Barbara mineral claim platted and are known  afe lots seven aud eight (7 and 8) in Block "A"  in thc subdivision of said Barbara mineral  claim.        ,  That the day; hereby fixed for completion of  the purchase is now long past and that the  vendors arc ready and willing to make and  execute, and to procure the concurrence of the  necessary, parties, if any, to a conveyance to  you, the said Robert E. L. Brown, to whom the  said John Empey on the 28th day of November,  1899, assigned his interests in said lands, of the  fee simple in possession of the premibes comprised in the said agreement in accordance  with thc conditions and stipulations of th  same; and that the vendors require you within  twenty-one (21) days from this date to complete  the purchase and pay the remainder of the  purchase moneys with intetcst up to the day of  such completion as provided bv said\agrcc-  ment; and we further give ^-ou notice that the  vendors will hold you Uabcl for all loss or  damage which may be incurred by them . by  reason of any delay or default on your part lu -  completing fhe said purchase or otherwise in  relation to the said agreement.  And we further give you notice that after the  expiration of this twenty-one days, the vendors  will enter into possession of the said lands and  all buildings thereon and will declare the said  agreement of 5th of June; 1899, cancelled and  void without further notice.  Greenwood, B. C. the 9th day of August. 1900.  .Hallett & Shaw,  Vendors* Solicitors.  NOTICE.  ��-j-����ft4ftftft����������#fte��#��ft��0ft  NOTICE is Hereby given that at the first  meeting of the Licence Commissioners for the  Citv of Greenwood held after thirty days from  the" date hereof I shall apply for a transfer  from me to I. P. Armstrong of the hotel license  held by me for the Hotel Armstrong, Government street, in the City of Greenwood. .  J.W.POWELL.  Dated 15th day August, 1900.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  HAM FAT Mineral Claim, ..itnatc in the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : Summit camp,  about 1500 feet East and South of the R.  Bell claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we Mary Garland,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8260, W. S.  McCrea, Free Miner's Certificate No. B30912,  Geo.A.Guess, Free Miner's Certificate No.u29740  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply,  to the mining recorder for a certificateof lm^  provements for the purpose of obtaining a.  crown grant to the above claim.  ;And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue  ance of such certificate of improrements.  Dated this"15th day of August, A. D. 1900. S       ember 12,     00.  __EE___  GREEtfWOC.fi WEEKLY l^MES  ^iiuiaiuiiiiiiaiuuiiiuiuiiiuiiuaauuiauiuiaiuiiiiuuii^  ^gji.  Movements  AT"  Telegraphic despatches published in  the eastern press mentiou, among  other members of Strathcona's Horse  recently .wounded in South Africa, the  name of E, H. Palmer. No other information has yet been received, but  it is thought that "Bob" Palmer, -who  went from Greenwood to join the  mounted force referred to7_nust be the  man named as wounded.  ���.Druggists atid< Sellers**;  GREENWOOD,   B.   C  Three Baptist. ministers^-Rev P. H.  McEwen, superintendent of...Baptist  missions; Rev. G. J. Coulter White, of  Nelson, and Rev. Ralph Trotter, of  Columbia���were among** last weeVs  visitors to Greenwood. Messrs. Mc-  15wcn and White remained over Sunday and conducted services morning  and evening of that day in the  Greenwood Baptist church.  Mr. Angus K. Stuart, late of Greenwood, commissioner for British Columbia to the ParisExposition, has  sent pretty souvenirs of the exposition  to some of his numerous friends in the  Boundary district. Among these are  post cards with a tinted view of the  bridge of Alexander III, Paris, and  silk ha'f-dkerchtefs with a general view  of the exposition printed in colors and  the sender's name worked in red  above it.  A notice published in the B. C. Gazette intimates that the Council of  Public Instruction has created the following tract of land to be a school dis-  trict,under the title of "Camp McKinney  School District." AU that tract of  land within a circle whose e'enter is the  central point of the Cariboo mineral  claim, and whose radius is a distance  of three miles from such center.  There will be a grand promenade  concert on Thursday evening, Septem..  ber 20, at 8p, tn., id the Masonic hall"  in aid of the funds of the Churchof  England. The concert will be s-ollowcd  by- a dance. H/ight ^refreshments will,  be served. Admission to the iwhole,  50 cents; no extras.  A. charge of gambling laid against a  Chinaman was, after two or three adjournments, dismissed on Monday  afternoon by Police Magistrate Hallett, the evidence being insufficient.to  warrant a conviction. -  Late last Friday night a severe  thunderstorm was experienced at  Greenwood. Vivid flashes of lightning  and loud reports of thunder were followed by heavy , rain, which poured  down for more than an hour. Showers  fell at intervals on Saturday, the rain  being welcome in places where,the  supply of water had previously been-  rather limited.  Mr. C. M. Shaw left for the West  Fork on Monday, to mark out a route  for a.wagon road between-Westbridge  and Beaverton. -Mr. E. H. Thruston,'  who is interested-in the Carmi mine,  above Beaverton, is stated to have undertaken to have the roacl completed  before winter sets in and intends pushing the work to accomplish this. Mrs.  Shaw and fainily accompanied Mr.  Shaw for a fall outing.  For Salb���Cheap sewing machines  at O. I. C. 2nd Hand Store.  ;3mromrorom^^  ��g-g-@��'3'S<'5te  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over  Bank of  Coniuierce.    Columbia 'phone 1-6.  Mr. H; C. Shaw is about again after  several days' s'ckne.s which left him  somewhat weakened.  The Inland Revenue receipts at the  Greenwood office for the month of  August totalled ��1,114.53: ���  Mr. John Kirkup, provincial government agent at Rossland, was in town  on official business last Friday.  About 30 cases are on the list for the  sitting of the county cqurtto beheld  at Greenwood on Monday 24th inst.  Mr. Wm. Gill, Inland Revenue inspector for British Columbia, is in the  city inspecting the local inland revenue  ofliee.  Mr. H. A. King yesterday received  a telegram notifyinghini of the unexpected death in Toronto of his  father.  Mr. E. J. Muir, tailor, late of Midway, left by yesterday's train for  Calgary, where he will start . in  business. *  Revi Ralph W. Trotter, of Columbia,  will conduct fortnightly services in the:  Baptist church, Greenwood, commencing on Sunday next.  " ^Revy'Ralph^Wr'Trotter'will-preach.  iu the Methodist church on the occasion  of the anniversary services to be held  on Sunday, Sept. 20th.  Mrs. Forin and child came over from  Nelson last week to spend a few days  in Greenwood with Dr. Forin, returning by Monday's train.  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johns, of the  Sunset mine, Deadwood camp, left  Greenwood on last Wednesday's train  on a short visit to Oregon.  A friendly cricket match will be  played on the Greenwood grounds next  Saturday afternoon, when sides will  be chosen from local players.  Mrs. Travis, president of the W. C.  T. U. of Greenwood, is' attending the  annual meeting, of tthe provincial  W. O. T. U.; opening at Chilliwack  today.  Mr. J. Lonsdale Doupe, C. P. R. assistant land commissioner, Winnipeg,  came to Greenwood yesterday on business connected jvith the C. P. R. land  department.  Mr. Donald Stewart, United States  customs officer stationed at Grand  Forks, was at Midway on Sunday releasing bonded goods consigned to  towns across the line.  The ball held at Midway on the night  of Cth inst., in aid of the local brass  band, though not so well attended as  was hoped for, was a very pleasant  function for those who were present.  Mr. W. G. (Gaunce, secretary of the  Greenwood Board of Trade, returned  last Friday night from Seattle, where  he had been on a visit to his family, in  which there had been sickness.  Last Monday night s tr i n brought  in, among others, Mr. S. W. McMich-  ael, chief  inspector of Customs, and  his secretary, Mr. F.. S. Bel ton, who  are visiting the Boundary district on  official business.  The attention of those concerned is  directed to the meeting of the Greenwood Presbyterian church, called for  tomorrow (Thursday) evening, to considers matter of much importance to  the congregation.        ��� .-���   " :   .'  Noticeable at the recent prorogation  of the>provincialilegislature was a silver  mounted stockodriving whip tied-to.the  desk of Mr. Price Ellison. It was.'.a  present from tlie* ministers, and -bore  the ihscriptiotij "Price Ellison, Whip,  1900."  Mr. Henry Nicholson has been appointed sub-recorder for the.Camp McKinney portion of the;Kettle.River  Mining Division, in place of Provincial  Constable Chas. Winter, whose.police  duties prevent .his giving much atten-  tibnto office work.  A band of 102head of fine beef cattle  from Mr. Thos. Ellis's ranges in the  Okanagan country,' were driven to P.  Burns & Co.'s slaughter house at  Eholt meadow yesterday. These are.  for the Boundary and Kootehay  markets. Mr,, Frank Ellis was in  charge.  Mr. R. Marpole, superintendent of  the Pacific division of the C. P. R., is  reported to have stated that the management intends to build - a bridge  across the Columbia river at Robson,  and.thata.commencementwill be_ma.de  at once with the work. ���  The last of the poles for the Columbia Telephone company's line to  Brewster were put up last Saturday  and-now the wires are being strung, so  it should not be long before telephone  communication will be established between Greenwood and the towns of-.the  American Okanogan.  It is stated to be the intention of the  newly incorporated Western Telephone  and Telegraph company to build lines  through the Nelson and Slocan districts and to connect the Boundary  country with the coast and Vancouver.  The lines of the company will be operated in connection with those of the  Co'umbia Telephone company.  Mr. R. A. C. McNally, of Rossland,  general agent in British Columbia for  the James Cooper Manufacturing Co..  came in last week on a general tour  through the Boundary. This was his  first visit to Greenwood. He was  shown around by Mr. H. R. Kirkpatrick, the company's local agent.  Messrs. C.. Scott Galloway, J. J.  Caulfield and C. JE,. Shaw., C. E.,  recently went over the road to Central  camp and found it in good order, up  to the No. 7'_nine. Arrangements were  made with Mr. Martin, of the City of  Paris, to extend the road about two  miles to the latter mine, in White's  camp, and it is understood that this  work* is now in progress.  Mr. G. C. Hodge, manager in the  Kootenay and Boundary districts for  the Vernon and Nelson company, is  engaged in putting in a direct telephone line between the Granby smelter,  Grand Forks, and the Knob Hill and  Old Ironsides mines, Phoenix.. Additional wires and crossarms are required all through, so the line will be  practically a new one.  It is reported that Mr. Smith Curtis,  M. P. P., for the Rossland riding of  West Kootenay, may go to Europe this  fall to receive treatment for his hearing, which handicaps him seriously in  his profession- and in the House. He  has been encouraged to go and consult  the specialists, so it is stated, by the  success that has attended the treatment  of Hon. Clifford Sifton, of Manitoba,  whose hearing was much,worse than  his own.  Alderman Sharpe, of Greenwood, ,is  mentioned in newspaper despatches as  having assisted in putting out the incipient fire, supposed to have been  lighted one night recently by an in-  cendiarist with the object of burning  the Crown Point hotel, Trail. The  hotel is valued at $10,000 and is the  oldest in Trail. Mr. Sharpe was a  guest in it at the time of the dastardly  attempt���fortunately unsuccessful���to  destroy it.  Mr. W. D. McMillan came in last  week from the Similkameen. He  speaks favorably of that section, which  he states has the most promising surface showings of mineral of any of the  numerous mining "districts he has  visited. He is better acquainted with  Keremeos creek, Olalla and Twenty-  Mile creek than with other parts of the  Similkameen, so of these he speaks  particularly and thinks that some pay  able mines will be developed there.  The ball given last Friday night  under the auspices of the Greenwood  Fire Department was well attended.  A long program of dances was gone  through to excellent music from piano  and violin. Supper was served in the  Pacific restaurant and in Miller's  building, the latter by E. R. Kerfoot.  The night's receipts were satisfactory,  leaving a balance above expenses of  $40 towards the cost of fitting up the  firemen's gymnasium.  At a meeting held last night in the  Union hall, Greenwood, it was unanimously agreed to form a Cook and  Waiters Union. Temporary officers  were elected as follows : President, R.  Lucas; vice-president, M. M Bungest;  secretary, George Howe. The secretary was instructed to notify all cooks,  waiters and kitchen helpers of the  steps taken and the meeting was then  adjourned until next Tuesday night  when a permanent union will be  organized.  The mayor, city clerk, city engineer  and Mr. C. _JE. Shaw have been subpoenaed to attend before and be examined by Mr. J. P. McLeod, special  examiner in the matter of Walter  Waterland and the Corporation of the  City of Greenwood, which is an action  in the Supreme Court of British  Columbia, to recover $5,000 damages  alleged to have been sustained by  plaintiff through flooding of his hotel  by overflow of Boundary creek waters.  Responsibility for this damage is imputed to defendants' who, it is contended, improperly 'diverted the said  waters from their natural channel.  When riding up to Greenwood last  Monday, Mr. Ed. B. McMynn, of Rock  Creek, met a team below Boundary  Falls going at a pretty good pace down  a grade. The driver did not give Mr.  McMynn's horse enough room, but ran  a wheel against it, causing an ugly  wound, the size of the palm of a man's  hand, on the upper part of the near  side foreleg. Mr. McMynn states that  the man, whose want of care caused  the accident, drove rapidly on without  waiting to see what injury he had  done. The team was from Greenwood  on its way to Camp McKinney.  FOR GOOD ROADS.  The following circular lettter has  been sent out by the Kamloops Board  of Trade: At a general meeting of the  B. C. -Inland Board of Trade, held in  Kamloops on the evening of Friday',  August 31st, it was unanimously resolved:*- That this board take the initiative in calling a convention, to be  held in Kamloops at-10 a. m. on Thursday, September 27th inst., for the purpose of organizing a Provincial' Good  Roads Association.' You are earnestly  requested to attend this convention.  Arrangements are being made for reduced transportation rates.  E. JACOBS  M  GREENWOOD.  -3s  m  t-  t-*  ��  M  o  2  IR. P. Ritliet & Go.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE  GROCERS  WINE AND SEIRIT  MERCHANTS. j  VICTORIA, B. C.     j  <-*r,.t. '������,  m.  ,., .THE ������  iili  The- Pride of  ft_._Ll  /, P.  ARMSTRONG..  PROPRIETOR  Is Thee Best Hotel in The City.  <m- -��� : : ~ '������ ~r~: "���"'   ���������: . ���"���������  Every Modern Convenience.  Graham $ Parry,  Proprietors.  Cor. Copper and Deadwood Streets, ** ��� ���. ��� ��� Greenwood, B. C  L -_<_���__.-��� '.1  <^tt>  G. H. WUMM-'IS EXTRA DRY  1 Is ��he greatest > leader ���>��� of -of ��� all  Ck^mpagnes. \j^h.e importations for  -this -vyi_*ein J8S.9 .were iOS}, 3Q3_cases,  being 72,475 more than any qtlier  brand-r---a record never,before approached.  The; importations..from January 1st to July 1st  this year are 66,149 cases out of a total of 135,184,  thus showing that.the -"G. H. MIJMM'S EXTRA  PRY" imports we about half -of IJie- total  Champagnes,  ��.    ^c  rn  Its Quality Can Alwayste^liedUpon,  To be obtained at all first-class refreshment places throughout  British Columbia..  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday the 5th October for  the conveyance qf Her Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed Cn'tttrac.: for four years, 13 time per  weelj' pac__'\vay,: bet.veen flic Greenwood Post  office and Columbia aiid' "_Ves't'ern Railway  station, _.om.._*e lsf Npveniber npxfc'  : Printed notices contain ing farther information as. to, conditions qf prnp-jsed Contract  may be seen and blank forms .of Tender inay be  obtained at the Post Office Pf Greenwocwi and at  this office.       ���'".������ -  Posr Office Inspector's Office, I  Vancouver.'B.C., 24th Ang-ust, Woo   f ..  . "W.H. DORMAN,  ������."���: :.'��� ". Post Office Inspector,  Corporation of ^ tlie VGity of Greenwool  NOTICE TO TAX MYERS;  The abatement of one sixth of tlie  General Rate ".-frill be allowed up to  October 10th q��xt. By order of the  City Council. .'7  A. D. flALtETT.  . ':.���..,'-, -...'    ' COIA8CTOR.  SOCIETIES.  Boundary  Valley -Lodge  No_ 38.1.O.O.F.  IxA EETS every .Tuesday  /   V ' Evening  at 8.00 In  their, lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.  A cordial  invitation Ib extended to all sojourning breth-  ���rn. Duncan Ross, N.G.  J. J. Gdiaby, Rec.Sec  A.   P.   &  A.  M.  S^GREENWOOp "CODGE, A. F. &- A .M  Rggujar poinr!.i_n}catjon .first. Thursday in  every moutl}. ^djourningf brejhrqh.xordially  invited. "-. :R. y. QOA'TEg: '   * 5  A. S. B-.AC_f. W. M     :      ';. Secretary  -Certificate of Improvements.  .'"��� 7 Tnotic-e*.   " 7^    *  TINTIC Mineral Claim, sitnate'in the Kettle  River Mining,.division--of Yale.'district.  Where located: v.rn Deadwood camp..  TAKE .NOTICE .thai i; Isaac H. Hallett,  free-miner's certificate"_to.��10A, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the.  mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant of tha above claim. ..'.'*  And further take notice that, action, nnder*  section 37, must be Commenced, before "the is-.  snance of snch certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of March. 1900.  I. H. Hallett.  I'll  ii/l  f  'i7  -if '���������',-. C--  it;-.-.  v��  iy  S_^,/S,/ 'To/'  yh  *_      ^B  v* ���*.  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  m  'To-;':/���,     '���'-;��� ���"'-*'. ���.'��� 7'';V-' j:���> ���' :  H>. R. Campbell and A. C. McKerizl'e, late of 1  Greenwood in the Kettle River Mining Division of the Province ofBritish Columbia,  and to any other person or persons interest-:  ed or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess"  * mineral claim, situate ftf Long1 Lake Camp  (formerly called Gold Drop Camp,] in the  said Kettle River iviining Division.  "'Xoni are hereby notified that Frank B; >.C.oet-  ter of Colville. Wash., U. S.A., and W-. G. -Mc-  ' Mynn, of Greenwood aforesaid, have" expended  in labour and improvements the' sum of one  hundred: dollars upon the said "Queen Bess"  ; mineral claim, and ?2.50 for recording the same'  ��� as will appear bv a Certificate of Work recorded on the I3th June, 1901, in the office of the  mining recorder of said'Mining Division at.  Oreenwood aforesaid j in-order to'hold the said  cloim under the provisions of section 24 of the  > "Mineral'Act", such, being the amount^required and necessary to hold the said claim for J  ��� the year ending the Ist day of July, 1901; andl  if at the expiration of ainty days of publication  ,-of this notice you fail or refuso'to contribute  your proportion of   the expenditure   required  , nnder the said section 34<jf the ���'Mineral Act",  together with all costs of- advertising, yoiir  Interest in said claim shall become vested-in  the said Frank B. Goettcr ajid W-.-< G. McMynn  , lyonr co-owners] under section 4 of-the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act 1900". <  Dated ot' Greenwood, aforesaid, this 8th day  Of August, A. D;, WI.  TRANK B'GOETTER,  W;.G. McMYNN.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  ' To J. A-'Draln and C. Hoffman, both of the  "������ -,-. City, of 9_��kane in tbe State of Washington.  Sirs :,  You aro hereby notified that I have expended  $.00.00 in labor and Improvements on the ('Alice  Maud" Mineral Claim situate in Smith's carap  in the Kettle River Minirtg'' Division of Yale  DIatrict in British Columbia, to count as an assessment on said claim,.as will.appear by a  Certificate of Work recorded 23rd March, i90j,  in the office of the Mining Recorder for the said  .KettleRiver Mining Divislpn'of Yale District,  in order to hold said claim under the provisions  ���6t Section -34 of the Mineral Act; such being  the amount required to hold the said claim for  the y��ar ending 23rd March'; l90l. -  And -if: at 'the expiration of 90 days of publl-  . cation "of this notice you fall or refuse to contribute your proportions of the expenditure re-  ��� quired under Section 24, together with all costs  >.of .'advertising, your  Interests  in said claim  NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE  LOCAL HAPPENING  ��� shall become" vested. I n the subset-Iber.fone of  Act Amendment Act, 1900.  jour co-owners] under Section 4 of the Mineral  Dated at Greenwood, B.C.i- this 26th' Any oi  ,J uly, 1900.  W. T, SMITH.  MINERAL ACT.  To Sam Breslaner and. others inetreited in tlie  Henrietta Mineral Claim, situated iuear  Beaverton in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale; District:  TAKE NOTICE that 1 have caused to be done  on the Henrietta mineral claim, situated near  Beaverton, in the Kettlo River Mining Division  ���ot Yale District, the'work required by Section  -34 oi the Mineral: Act, for the year which has  expired, and have expended for such work and  for recordidg the certificates thereof the sum  ���of One Hundred and Two Dollars* and Fifty  cents, ($102.r>0), and if at the expiration of ninety-  days from tli? date of the first publication of  this notice^ou fall to contribute: your propor-  -tionof-Sueh- expenditure, namely, the sum of  Fifty-One   Dollars   anti   Twenty-Five   Cents  ���<|51.2S), together with all costs of advertising,  vour interest in said mineral claim shall be  liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this 5th day of July, 1901.  .,    -    ' ...CHARLES PIIIPPS.  MINERAL ACT.  Te Charles. W- Edwards,   and others con2  cerned.*"  TAKE  NOTICE   that   I.have caused to be  ���done on the Uncle Same Mlneral'daim situate  In Skylark Camp in the Kettle River mining  dn iston of Yale District, the work required by  Section 21 of ���' the Mineral Act, for the year  v Inch has expired, and have expended for such  ���work and for recording .the certificate thereof  'the sum of one hundred, and two dollars and  ���fifty cents (3102,50); and.if at the;expiration of  ninety days from the elate of the first publication  of this notice, you fail to'contribute your pro-  portlon~pf"sucU~eApenditureyvlz;"'Thir^  -dollars and seventeen cents (S34.17 for one-third  interest In said mineral claim, together with all  costs of advertising ybiir interest In said mineral claim shall be liable to forfeiture, as pro-  > "vlded by> the-"Mineral Act Amendment Act,  ' 0.900.  Dated this 29th day of August, 1901.  " .'��� ���   EMANUEL PASTRONE.  In the County Court . of Yale  holden. at  Greenwood,   between  '- '���-���'���-'.'     ������-:   ���"'    ��� '.'���������.,���' ;.       r  McPherson Bros, Plaintiffs,  and  >-.-- A, Hagclberg, Defendant,  By virtue of a warrant of e_4  ecutidn issued outof the above  Court in ' the above ��� suit -and;  directing the Sheriff of Yale to  levj* by sale of the above defendant's goods and chattels the sum  of $295.48, and Sheriff's, costs, I  have taken ih execution and will  offer for sale in front of the Government Office," Greenwood, at 10  o'clock a. m. on the  24th Day of September  next (1901) or sufficient thereof  to satisfy the judgment debt and  costs of this actidfi.  150,000 shares in the Kettle  River Mines, Limited*  This company own the Christina  mineral claim on the North- Fork  of the Kettle river. The above  shares will be offered for sale  subject to a claim of $315.00 held  by the Royal Bank of Canada,  Grand Forks.  5,000 shares in the Pay Ore  Mines, Limited*  The U. P. Mineral   Claim  or all'the interest of the** above  defehdeht in. said, claim which is  situated on Fisherman creek,  in  Summit camp.   ;y 7 y -.���-,-  For- further particulars apply  to the undersigned. ;���   '  Terms of Sal<.;���CASH.  F. M. ELKINS,  /:. ��� Deputy Sheriff.  Sheriff's-Office,  Greenwood, 9th Sept., 1901.  **������  lii?  MINERAL   ACT.  'To Randolph Stuart, J. C. Haas, I. E. Hallett,  /Walter D'Eath and others concerned:   ' TAKE, NOTICE".that I have caused to be  ' done on the Diampud Joe, Doubtful, May Day  . and Deer Trail mineral claims, gitunted in  Greenwood camp, in the Kettle River mining  ���division of Yale district, the work required by  Section 34of the Mineral Act, lor thc year which  lias expired, and have expended for such work  3ihd for recording tlie certificates thereof the  ��� sum of four hundred and 11 fteen dollars ($115.00);  ��� arid it nt the expiration of nin'ty days from the  ���"' date of the first publicntion of this notice, you  fail to contribute your proportion of such ex  pendituro, nnmoly, Randolph Stuart, J. C. Huns,  . I. H. Hallett and other parties interestetl, thc  -* sum of ?S3.00 for one-fifth interest in suld min-  ��� crul claims, and Walter D'l.Rtli, the sum of  . .-fSD.OO for a one-llftli. interest in said mineral  -.-'claims, together with all' costs ot advertising  ". your interest in said, mineral claims shall bo  ' liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral  Act Amuhclment Act, 1900"  y ^ Dated this 12th day of j une, 1301.  ���*a_5- john.w row em..  MINERAL   AGT.  Certificate of -taprovement;  NOTICE. '"  SAN JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate in,the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located ���Providence  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John William Nelson,  Free Miner's Certificate No, B '40332, intend  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant ot the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must' be commenced  before, the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  ' Dated this sixth day of June, A. D., 19ol.  23 J. W. Neisox.  The Toronto Monetary Times pub--  lishes the statmentthatthe.mo.rtgagees  have foreclosed, ou the mining and  smelting- properties of ��� the Standard  Copper Cbmpany, Quebec Copper  Company and Standard Pyritic Smelting company. The mortgagees are  Messr. Price Bros & Co. of Quebec.  Geo. F_ Stocker, resident agent at  Cascade for the owners of that town-  site, visited Greenwood on Tuesday  and Wednesday. He reports busiaess  as having improved considerably at  his home town. Progress with grading  work along the Marcus-Republic, railway where it passes Cascade is aot so  rapid as was anticipated it would be  yet as many men as have been obtainable are employed along the liaew  A provincial government advertisement in another column invites tenders  for the erection of a bridge across  Kettle river, 'at Ingram's..The location  is stated in the advertisement, which"  appears as received, a,s being 'iu the  West Kootenay district, but this' must  be ah error, since" Kettle river does not  enter West Kootenay. The old. bridge  at Ingram's is in the Boundary district,  between Midway and Rock Creek.  The Montreal & Boston Copper company has ordered from Cunningham &  Andersen, of Greenwood, an electric  light plant of 150 light capacity. The  order has been sent direct to the manufacturers, with instructions to send on  the dynamo without delay. Upon  receipt it wili be installed, so as to be  ready for use;by the, time winter sets  in. Meanwhile mine workings and  buildings will be wired for electric  lighting.  A. B. Barker, of the staff of the Bank  of Toronto, and A. J. Burnsidej loth  of Rossland, reached Greenwood ;last  Sunday evening on their way Tto the  Similkameen. They continued -their  journey: on Monday. Their intention  wasitoyide in via Anarchist mountain  and Osoyoos, arid probably^ to -Return-  over tlie trail from Princeton to Beaver-  dell and thence down; the: West Fork  and main Kettle river to Rocki'Creek  and Midway".  Greenwood's brass band is ...being  resuscitated.,7.Last.Monday nigjirythe  Jaoys had a go-as-you-please meeting,  at least at times it sounded that way  until they got the hang of the 'thing,  and then they all pulled (or blew) .'together, and everything was lovely.  More power-r-and wind���to the. Greenwood band. For.once the people over  the way were out of the runningand  the hymn singers conceded the field to  the crowd having the most brass.  A. T. Winters, of Colville, who is.one  of the shareholders in the Midway  Trading company, is now temporarily  in charge of the company's mercantile  business at.Midway. J.R. Jacobs, the  late manager,' has removed to Cali-  fornia,-,the receht death of his father.  \ STYLES.  andc  Bt  Z*m. dully$�������  t-t^WU^  MINEEAL   ACT.  To J. C. Haas and / others interested in the  Admiral Dew.ey mineral claim, situated ia  Summit camp', Grand Forks mining: division  of Tale district:  y^7?'TAKE ! NOTICE  that   I have caused tp he  ,?yddneyon"jthe Admiral   Dewey mineral claim,  .:C-^ltn'ttte in Summit camp, in the Grand Forks  7i*_7'-iilng' division of Yale district,'British Col-  7^!i<��3i^; the^voik required by Section 24 bf the  ��� ;v.jfililieral Act, for the year which lias expired,  ���*U7^<i.il'*:,''ec:XPended for such work and for ro-  l^'Cording the certificate thereof the sum of one  {.hundred and three dollars and   fifty  cents  ;.V-'(1103.50),;  and  that   if.   at  the  expiration  of  t.'' ninety days from tho date of the first, publiea-  Jvtij-Hi.o.f this notice you fail to contribute your  ''���pfo'iHirtion'rof   such   expenditure,    namely,  -    ?2o.S7'�� each, together with nil costs of advertising, your interest-in said  mineral  claim  ,shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the  * '������" Mineral Act Anicnvlmei.t Act 1900."  Dated this _*.h day of June, 1901.   -  - . . J. W. I'owf.li.7  HEATERS  AND PUMPS.  If you want any of the following HEATERS or'PUMPS we  can fill your order immediately.  from stock:   .        '���:'���'���.'  2���30 h. p. Laurie Heaters.  2���40 h. p. Laurie Heaters.  2���50 H. p. Laurie Heaters.  2���60 h. p. Laurie Heaters.  1���80 h. p. Laurie Heater.  1���100 h. p. Laurie Heater.  1���125 h. p. Laurie Heater.  14���3x2x3 Northey Duplex, Brass  Fitted.  10���i,y,s2i{x4   Northey   Duplex,  Brass Fitted.  12���5.4:x3>_x6   Northey   Duplex,  Brass Fitted.  12���6x4x7 Northey Duplex, Brass  " Fitted.  1���5}_x3tfx7     Outside     Packed  Pump.  1���4>_x2'ix6. _  1���4x25_x5.  1-  1-  5.  -7x3)i\12 Sinking Pumps.  -Centrifugal No. 3.  -No 8 8-in. Suction Centrifugal  h. p. Gasoline Engines.  2���1/2  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  WORKS, LTD.  Successors.toK ������  ���' ���"���'- ���'������'.-���������. '  Armstrong & Morrison,  /^Aachiaists', Iron Pounders  Blacksmiths, Boilermakers  VANCOUVER, B, C.  �����i��'��..i��  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin,: T. Bone, Top  Sirloin or a Piais Steak.  Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry.  AT THE MARKETS OF  P. BURNS & C  A#(i^fe^4^^#^#^(i-<i-  m��m  Is tlie Geographical Centre of  JheRicli West ForK Country,  Fiquit'.ng'that;He"shall~give^his^.atte��_-.'  tion to ifatnily business matters. E. B.  Bird, at one time assistant to Mr,  Jacobs in the store, will likely: take  charge after the return of Mr. Winters  to Colyille., *  J. C. Haas and "Walter Foster,: when  walking over a mineral claim up the  mountain side from tbe Eholt meadow,  last Tuesday, came upon the carcase of  a big buck which apparently had been  killed by a cougar. Part of the deer's  head had been knawed off and his  captor had also taken a few big mouth-  fuls from the body. The carcase was  nearly buried,' earth and leaves having  been gathered about it by some animal,  evidently with the intention of keeping  it for! ater use.  G. Arthur Rendell is relinquishing  the active management of the mercantile business of the Eholt Trading  company, at Eholt. Mr. Rendell is retaining his interest in this flourishing  concern but is, for health reasons,  turning over its management to H. J.  Bayly, well and favorably known in  the district during a somewhat lengthy  connection with Rendell & Co., of  Greenwood, who with Robert Wood,  whose store business was amalgamated  with their's five or six years ago, were  the pioneer merchants of the Boundary  creek valley.  J. C. O'Neill, of Chicago, was regis  tered at the Imperial hotel last week  and this week until Tuesday, on wliich  day he left forSpokane and more distant  poinis. He is interested in'the Chicago-  British Columbia Mining company,  owning the Lake group, in Skylark  camp, and in neighboring niiueral  claims.-- Some time, ago he organized  a company urChicagp'. to acquire ar.d  operate the North Star mine at. Silver-  ton, Colorado, a valuable property already extensively developed and having  its own large stamp mill and cyaniding  plant.  LOTS ARE NOW ON THE MARKET J-  Prices Will Shortly Be Advanced.  The Title is Perfect.  $_  Gomer Lots  Inside Lots  Terms: H cash.  o   *   $100 to $175  ���    *   $75 to $125  /i in four month. J4 in nine months.  ���^  m  Townsite  Agents  for  the   owners,   Greenwood   and  �����  Rendell  #-"  *\\f��  <%&$^       fi. B.���Contracts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay office,  iS).    and other buildings.  Fisher's new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast.  ^HI_^    _(._j.^_j.^^^. Sf. _j.;j._-..j._i--f_;.    Vtfiy^  ^liUiumuuiiiiauiiaiuiuuiiiUiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiiiiK  1 WHEREIS OAR Ml? 1  ^3 On the West Fcrk of Kettle River. . , ���*-  i   THE PAYROLL CITY OP THE   g  3 WEST PORK ^  Surveys are now being made and lots will  shortly be on  the  market.   Carmi City adjoines the group of claims of  which   the   Carmi   mine   is   the   center.  THE SHIPPING GROUP OF THE  DISTRICT.  Carmi is the mining center of the Upper West Fork Country. The  townsite adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped 2,000 tons  of ore to the smelter during the past winter, and  upon which development is being pushed  in order to be ready for continuous  ''���'���;���    shipments when railroad  is   completed to -  Carmi.  2     JAS.  KERR,  Greenwood, B.  .FOR   TERMS   WRITE.  JAS.  C.  C. DALE,  Carmi, B.  i^??!?!??Hn!!n?n?^!nn???i!?!?n?nt??!?!?n?!???n????!m!?uuuiK  s. Fa-ge 4.  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Sleekly ���itne$<  Issued Gwcrv ffriidav  ���BY���  -teflwood Times Priatiog & Publishing  Company. Limited.  ��TJ-.-C/.N ROSS '..MaNAOJNG EoiTOR.  "Coi/TJMBiA. Telephone....".  No. W.  Vbunon & Nelson Tele-TK-nf. Ko. V>.  .        ...  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pen Year $ 2 CO  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 50  <UMION  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1_, IWI.  THE CITY CEMETERY.  Mr. Ashcroft*s application ots Dehalf  of the Church of England, for a deed  for a portion of the cemetery draws  attention to the un'w ise policy on the  pact of the city In., dividing wiih  churches and fraternal societiesowner-  sliip in the cemetery.   The result will  tie that, so far as the city is concerned,  . . ��� . ���        ���      - ���        .....  but little revenue can be secured from  the sale of plots in the city portion.  Nearly everyone that earns his living  i�� the city belongs to one. of..-the  churches or fraternal - socities, and  should he desire a cemetery plot for"  either himself or his .family, he will  purchase from one of the societies or  churches to which he belongs. Tiie  city will have an opportunity to provide  burial ground for but few save those  w,hq..catuiot afford to pay, for a plot.  The result will be that if the cemetery  is maintained and beautified as it  ought to be, the responsibility must  rest upon the different organizations  ���holding ground in the cemetery or if  on the city the'expenditure must come  from the general revenue. Had the  city ' retamed control of the sale of  .cemetery lots altogether, allowing different organisations to set apart portions for themselves, the proceeds from  the cemetery could probably pay the  expenses of a caretaker and the beautifying of-the grounds.  Under the present circumstances the  ���council must carry out promises made  some time ago. We hope the committee  appointed from thc council will be able  to arrange with the different organizations interested a plan whereby all will  join together forthe purpose of making  the cemeterv whiit it ought to be. All  - -should.-take-an-1 .<.todest._in_-..makiug_.it  beautiful.  nor postmaster at New "Westminister.  He became a politician in search of a  job and he entered the cave of Abdul-  lam. W. W. B. Mclnnes was a young  man of great promise. Elected by the  people of Vancouver Island and an uncompromising opponent of the politics  and policy which Dunsmuir represented, he went down to Ottawa and made  an ass of himself. He endeavored to  lead Sir Wilfred L.aurier and thy entire  Liberal party aad became disgruntled  when it was pointed out to him that he  was only an obscure follower. Willie  returned to B. C. and by the aid of a  glib tongue and a loud profession of  sound political views lie got into the  local house. He soon showed that he  could worship the golden calf and he  now announces his will inguess to enter  the cave of Abdullam And there are  others. The poor, the discontented,  the distressed arr a'i -.urrounding a  David whose >-hicrt qualification is  wealth.  This playing batiiedim. and shuttlecock with thi, electors cannot last. The  present combination at Victoria will  surely be di-feated init what will follow.-  Unless strong poli'ie������... parties are 'organized in the pr-vi:.:. there is no  surety thai ttheir s.u-.i.t-.-^.ors -will' be any  bettor. The tru--.* _���-. that the only  practical w._y to seci. ���". s-.n,>-ig government is . through _....: ty lines. If the  Liberals and O  slroi* _jl. o ', uiizei  the s-v. alio ill; up '  the L.'-.era nt \  The i/tbe. ' - ot tl  too much .i -raid (>t  profits its ore will yield, it will put out  *<_#.;i*ft*)e.��<^####*#��.<.###$.).*$#$^  i __ 9-  a comparatively large tonnage,  while no good purpose can be served  by such boosting, which is not only  conrtary to the wishes of the.management but has a. tendency to bring its  ore shipping- policy���adopted for excellent reasons���into ridicule.  Mean-  9  9  9  9  9  9'  9  9  9  ��'-  ��  '��*������  fi  ll? it be any satisfaction to tha news  paper correspondent at Grand Forks  responsible for the publication of the  statement that King Solomon ore is  not to be sent to the smelter at Greenwood but is to go instead to the smelter  at Grand Forks, to know that the announcement made in this paper last  month that the King Solomon ore  would be shipped to the Greenwood  smelter has this week been verified, the  fact is here published for his information in particular and that of the public  in general.! During-the current week  King Solomon ore was received and  sampled at the Greenwood smelter. .  Shelf Hardware.  TO SAVE HER CHILD.  Martin.      H id  tithe i..sr eii _*i(_i-, '  the}  couln   have  Wc ivo.T-1 1   ther ..  vauv c  pl\_-U'lU   elf.,  sib!', to ���..<_���  to si ay in. 1  ernnieut  -"���nine..  ��� lit., w!  ��� .e >:��� ������ -,  th.; .bssl  L.ii. ���';-;: \:i  piV.!-.'- ���:     X  ab���.<:���.: s:i  bi-.'*-.- .-.-. 11  tl;:; .���:.-.-:���-  a ;>.: ;-.; '.. '���-.-  bn '    "���>. '..-  go,,:-  ,v...  ill.     "     .-���'..'*  V -71:    -.���'  Jo.,-....    -*  rvatives    were  n.   local : house,'  . 1 pi-o^ition   bj  i/    impossible.  v..j (.have been  .it_ads  like Joe  0-a:uzed  before  ���-���oo._   leader,  the province  x tight Cot.s-.r-  11   than ' the  /iu ��:ie   respon-  . _ _jo policy but  ,...'��Viitive  gov-  ;������:������;t Li^i-r.-'ls  1.;  .u  From frightful disfigurement Mrs.  Nannie Galleg��r, of La Grange,.Ga.,  ad plied Buekten'*' Arnica: Salve to  great sores on her h��ad and face, and.  writes its quick cure sxcoeded all her  hopes. It works wonders iu sores,  Bruises, Skin eruptions, Cuts, Burns,  Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guaranteed by J. L. White, Miller Bros., and  W. E. Andernon, druggists.  and Provisions  ���AT THE���  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  ftft  ft '  ��-.  ftft-  ft.  ft  ftft  ftft;  ��'  ��   . .       .  ftft������ft������ft����ft����ft��ftft��ftftttft*ft������*��������ftftft����ft*����0ft����ft<.������<.  ������*.  *���'  ftft  ��-  -�����  ftft-  ��  ft  ��������  ���ftft-'  ftft-  ftft  ft  *  ���-  ��-  ��<���  ��  ��  �����  ftft-  ��<  ��  *���  ftft-  ftft-.  ��  ��  ftft  ftft  ftft'  !  COMPANY, LIMITED.  ALLMACHER & WILSON  Worsted,     Corkscrew,     Venician,     Cheviots,  Tweeds   and   Serges   in   all   the   latest     ..  Stripes,   Checks    and   Diagonals.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Kettle River Bridge at Ingram's. West  Kootenay District  :ic;  bc-  r'.nil;.  '.-:     tlu  .      At  ������.riii;:,  :-..       1IO-  ��� ill    ���  !1Z    !;  1 .1'  .;itic.s  ...   ia.-  ..tics���  isOT__.S.  THE CAVE O-���������-.���-..3DULLA-M.  ri:.-  h.,.  Somewhere in tlie good book we are  told that David took possession of the  to _..r. _:.":. :.<  cave of Adullam   and. that  a   party  org-ini-;n:-.-;-  _ gathered there.    "Everyone that was  all adepts _.:>;  in distress and everj-one that was in  aud in_>.:-.:;!).  debt and everyone that was discontent-  without :;:-.,.'  ed   gathered   themselves   with him."   the El.: li.i-  History repeats itself aud we find that-niai-  .1   .-:'���:  a   few   thousand  j-ears afterwards a; livvr :n.  similar-party gathered themselves with  one James Dunsmuir.    Political prac-'  ir.jview is responsible  Hint if the Hon. D.  the same energy in  .-d-_s-.h_-__. tiie_--discharge  ..-,'i'.i'i.i  y  general, he  i-    -������ i'i.. hands.  ' ':-i-.' r izens are due  '�� '���. ..- _.ucv....':ded in  _... '.-.-' plfiyors are  :. ���'���'������ .v-is . music  .������iblic  ..-,-."   ;���: . v\'uh  .-":-.     . :,!i   he  .. -.-! ������    ��� .       '     !l>  SEAI.ED TENDERS, properly endorsed,  will be received by the under-signed up to- no.ou  of Monday, the 30th September inst., for the  erection'and.completion of a bridge across the  Kettle River at Ingram's, West Kootecay District, B. C. ...  'Orawing's, specifications, and form of ��� contract may be seen at the lands and Works  Department, .Victoria, B. C, and at the office of  .Ue Government Agent, Greenwood, on and  after the 9th inst.  Each tender must be accompanied by an ac-  ,-���_>U'.d bank cheque or certificate of deposit,  ���nade payable to the undersig-iied, for the sum  0.1 six hundred [$000] dollars, as security forthe  .'.uciu-filmcnt'of Hits contract, which shall be  fi-.eUt'd if-the party tendering-decline to enter  uito contract when called upon to do so. or if he  'nil t�� complete the work contracted for. The  .iteqnesof unsuccessful tenderers willjj-e re-  < rued to them - upon the execution of the  ���j-iiitract.  tenders will uot be considered unless made  nut on the forms supplied and signed with the  actual sisruatuies of the tenderers.  The lowest or any tender uot necessarily  accepted. W. S. Goke,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, Sth September, 1.01.  0  Silks and Velvets  Fall and winter. Overcoating-.  Best,  imported   goods.       Perfect   fit  and satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  EXPERIENCED AND PRACTICAL TAILORS.  ���^^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY-  AUCTION SALE!  Government. Town Lots in Eholt and  Fairview.  tices and political principles are |  sacrificed in the gathering together of  the impecunious and the irreconcilable.  Martin's conduct is not surprising. He  is always ready to sacrifice part}-,  pledge and policy to satisfy a selfish  ambition and that he should prove  traitor to his political friends is nothing more than was expected by those  who knew him best and studied his  political career. He is a fit subject for  the modern cave of Abdullam. J. C.  Brown was a power on the Lower  Fraser in the early days but he became  a victim of the blighting influence of  Joseph Martin. Tempted by an office  11 ih' that woAd'erful cabinet wliich Martin constructed, he sacrificed a comfortable living as postmaster at New  "Westminster that he . might follow  Joseph. When the people got an  opportunity thej' put Martin's cabinet  to a sure and sudden death and J. C.  Brown   was  neither' cabinet minister  is a good ou_. Tiio site is very suitable  for this purpose. By widening Boundary creek and damming it a lake could  be formed. Nature has done much and  witli a little work on the part of the  city and citizens, an excellent park  could be made.  The management of the Snowshoe  mine may well exclaim "Save us from  our friends." Last Saturday the Phoe  nix Pioneer had a prominent caption  announcing that "60,000 tons will be  shipped from Snowshoe mine." Then  it oroceeded to state that a contract  had been made for the shipment of one  car of ore daily. Such a contrast appears ridiculoi--. The Snowshoe gives  much proiM-se ���*: _:v. rn to a big  mine.    It ..':���.,:':���, '.-.  .   ���.:..:.-    ��������� .-"*  ore Open;:;;   i:;*   ..:   :   -.���'::.:  tr.M:.:_������:   : ... I ; :.���,":...  e-   '..   v ;-. '   ';.    ���.���-.:���.:   .      _   :-  g* ': ���'���:���������-   .    "'.-.. .-*'������ .*- -...*. . -   . :  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, under  instructions, I will offer for sale at Public Auction at thc Government ofliee. Fairview, on  Saturday, the 21st Septemter inst.. at 2 o'clock  p. m., tlie following town lots fn tlie  TOWNSITE OF FAIRVIEW,  viz:  Block 22, Lots 1 to 36.  Block 23, Lots 1 to 36  Block 24, Lots 1 to 30  Block 25, Lots 1 to 36  Block 26, Lots 1 to. 36  Block 27, Lots 1 to 36  Block 28, Lots 1 to 36  Block 29, Lots 1 to IS  Block 30, Lots 1 to 18  And at Eholt on Wednesday, the 2 5th September, inst. at 2 O'clock p. m., the following- towii  tots ill the  TOWNSITE OF EHOLT,  viz:  Block   S. Lots   1 to 24  Block   <J, Lots   1 to 24  Block 14, Lots   1 to 14  Block 14, Lots 17 to 24  Block 16, Lots   1 to 24  Block.20, Lots   1 to 24  Terms20 percent, cash; balance iu ten days.  L. Nokris,  Assistant Commissioner of  Lands & Works.  Government Ofliee, Vernon, September 7,1901.  W  _ i _i !���  U.-m/n mut  IT IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL  IMPORTED.  u  .\:-j..o 5  ^  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.   ,  :.i in  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  i'.i  'Phone: Columbia 155  ^m?nnmT?nT??n?m????????im?H??n^M?Hunf!?nrui7?nn!iriir  CAMP  McKIMEY  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  i-st   Brands  Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars.   Good Stabling.  \MP McKINNEY. B. C,  *fflf��i  HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARKIAGES,  g KALSOMINING AND DECORATING.  % PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL  H WINDOW GLASS.  ��r      _   B .     WALL PAPERS.    SASH AND DOORS.  S^ ;i                                MIRRORS OF AL.L KINDS.  ^ Use Meilor's Pure Mixed Paints.   S2.00 Per Gallon.         ^ r^[  1 J. W. MELLOR, I  ^ V. & N. 'Phone 86.                                          Copper Street.            _rS' p  !.'.-"'*v  )���:  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Q  ag  LOCALAKDPERSONAL  Gilbert Mahon, manager of the Jewel  _ni-;>. Long- Lake camp,- was in town  las', ���-..aturday. ' ;  _V J. McMillan and J. W. Astley  c��:-.-.:-. riown from the Snowshoe mine on  Tufi*.,-.ay aftertioon returning next  m-ixniag- ���      ' ' '  -J,'���'$',. Boss, formerly of Spokane but  nr.v.-. of Toronto, is at present on a visit  to' .;v_ Dominion Copper company's  ni>.*.<:.., in Greenwood camp. .  Ti.* work of excavatingyfor the  f..".;r.:_._tiot.s of th��. second furnace that  villi '���:���������������. -iu. to arrive at the Greenwood  s::_.���'.;���:.- xi-���-it mouih, is now in hand.  :������.: ;-;.)t.sier, long known in Green-  \-.oo'.'. sthe obliging and zealous clerk  of '..'���;���: 'Intel Armstrong, has gone into  thr "' ,-rlt>..."h bath husiness in Spokane.  ;"  J   Wiison, <������*' the Pyritic smelter,  li.-.---   ; .ine   to Quebec,  presumably in  . i u wit ���  !%.��'  deal  now on  for  '    il   tii     smelter   to  Chicago  i . K_ ki- -,, of Midway, is re-  l - . \i-\p t. .lamed a temporary  a; _ ��� tui jfrot-fi- coast. Itisstated,  _��� ���_ _ ��� it h. I1 return to Midway  ' J  r- \e  , Pa trick, and Mr.  "-', ' x r ' ,'j- n, were guests at  tt -    . . in the week.    Mr.  . . 'ondn.'s train  on  n   of    the    Grand  1      > ��� it -        '   Athletic Associa-  ��� . led.    T  e company  I ) COO.   divided  into  ' h.  '   . '-at   '."hief   Justice  1. t  the  first assize  "i   the   Boundary  ���ecu -.et for October  , .-rood  ' ��.   . struments belong-  f * Fir   Department  r>\   , iiy  party  in  *i *   _T .i tjvor by re-  h..ll  ' b'--Alan Forrester,  >n  ��'ji-  district  a  dut   s ox Const-  li  ���_    not    yet  A       ii,   pif-acl.-'  1 x mvi-rsary  '   Mo.i.dclisr  iid .tt v\ nich  < n =  i-    staui   man-  -  ..-.sisiint.  ���>nu-lter on.  . t\   (-roeri-  Ai  cuida"  ,\iy     this  lev      mini!,  II   1(1   -    lli'r.  o i    ^fopl-.-  Spokane t"  them  are R.  . 'I H Shallen-  -.  "iV    1*.   Smith and  :..  Mse . result-of four  *r"**l"v-"'*"-TecentlY=beeu-  "i���'    '���������   Creek Placer  ::ii:j;-.    More is expect-  tii.i I  having  at length  .:.d  sluicing operations  ���.���.-;..���_���-'���. y .-, w  x.:l >!;.>..-v. p'  'bi.-('*5i'r^a--'.;cd  cc__..*:e-v_et_.  An extraordinary general meeting  of th.e Cascade Water, Power & Light  company will be held at Nelson on  Monday, 23 inst., for the purpose of  considering,.and if thought fit, passing  a resolution "authorizing the directors  to raise the sum of.. one hundred  thousand pounds -(��100,000). by the  issue of mortgage bonds, or debentures,  or otherwise.  A. A. Munroe, managing director of  the Montreal & Boston Copper company, left by last Monday's out-going  train on his return to Montreal. It is  understood that whilst here he obtained  a deal of information relative to the  producing capacity of the Sunset and  Crown Stiver mines and to several sites  available in the district and suitable  for the erection of a smelter. He was  accompanied by his brother, Dr.  Munroe. ���   7  J. E. Miller, collector of inland  revenue, and Wm.- Gill, inspector in  the same department, were in Greenwood on official business on Tuesday  and Wednesday, registering at the  Imperial hotel. After inspecting the  local office and bonded warehouse they  drove up to Phoenix.where there is  another bonded . warehouse. In the  course of conversation with Mr. Miller,  an instance of hale and hearty old age  was inentioned, when he gave another  in the case of his own parents, who are.  resident at Brodtyiile, Ontario, and  who on April 29th last celebrated the  64th anniversary of their wedding. Mr.  and Mrs. Miller, Sri, are respectively  85 and 84 years. of'age, and at last  accounts were in excellent, health and  enjoyment of their faculties.  BOUNDARY ORE  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary  District  mines  during September to llth insSL.  inclusive, so far as has been ascertained from the mines, is as under:  . .���..������mine;.:.,, : ,  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group ������ -��� . : ...................... ........  Mother Lode ��� ��� ,��� .....:::.......::... .'.'..['............:......::.....: '.   Winnipeg ��������� ��� ��� - -������ ��� ...���..--��� .- '.   Sunset ..;  50?'  Snowshoe - ��������� ��� : ._.  . 7C.~  No. 7 ::..-. , '. ............... ..... . 6Q-  Total.:..--^ ��� .' ��� - ..:.:.... ���......:���..........  1 0.428  Shipments during 1900 and for 8 months of current year ended Aug. 31, were as follows: .  TONS.,.  6.972.  2.730  42Q-  12S  - . 1900  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group   64,535  pother ���Lode-- ��� ��� - ������������ ".     5.564  b. c.~-  ��� ''...,....-...' .....".' ; ., ;..:: -.,4;.. 1*9,494  City of Paris - - : ��� '. *.... ��� .��� ..........  2.000  Golden Grown ���-��� ��� ���  2,240  Winnipeg ���������-������������-.��� ��� ��� ��� :  1,1 00  King Solomon ,..���  .*..;....:     Athelstan ...���-���-- -���-��������� - ���  ������-- ��� ....;......,..  1.200  -Carmi- ������ ���;-- ..��� ..:................;.....   Sr>qwshoe - :.................,........,.........:........:. 338  ^Brooklyn ���-������-��� "y^'.'-~. - ��� --:.-��� - ��� ~���.::i-. *...:...-.:....^...-.:..' .   -1 50  (Jewel- -���   ��������������� .��_��� ��������� - : ���--' - .-:....::'.....:.:......*,-.   ���     1 60  ���R. Bell..:.........-.. ��� ��� '..:.-- -.-. '.....-.'..,.... ...:...���..-.���. .' -,...  Sundry shipments ��� ��� ������-���������> -- ���   1 ;ooo  1    Total- --- -- ��� - ������ -- ..-.-l.:���..���:.. ..:...:.:.:......  97.781  Grand Total to date ��� - - ���-.-- ��� -   ���������- -������ -....i..:..::::...7. *  ���nr-  i.  1901  1 48..70  55.315  32.521  250'  30G>  55C"  885-  38(?  -o  48C?-  445'  5oo��  240.333-  348.54T  \iv  THIS  S P ACE  BE LONG S TO  W^E. MACPHERSOW  WATCHMAKER ��� AND - JEWELLER  Wallace-Miller Block,    Greenwood;  pmaaiaiamsmmwmflW1"^���  aimamfflBm^  CF*  CF*  <��?  Cr*  CF*  <F*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  <F*  6=*  CF*  Cr*  <��:  CF*  CF*  Cr*.  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest.���::,.....$7,000100fl.  President:   Lokd Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George.A. Drummond. ��� *  ���  General Manag-er:   E.-,S  Clouston.  i�� ,caa��i_ui..Kevr-'YprK, Cliicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Trausfers ; Grant Commerciai an  Travellera' Credits, available in any part'of the world.' ���  Greenwood Branch,     F.~J. FI?*UCAN��, Manager.  Branches in London, Eng.  j  All The Principal   I  I Cities    in    Cauada. f  *=_"*������  >=_? .  ->*��! i  TimMmmMMMMMmmmMmmmMWm  Established 1S36.     Incbi'pooatcd by Royal Charter.'  ��� Capital, ^l,O0O,OOO--$4,866.66. "  Reserve Fund, ^350,000--$l,703,333.33,  i :*���-  , '' -V"i'  /  :*'���_."  '   (_  A  ?'__rt_  Ur*--yfl  '.yt%<,  1 .f_��*_  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, EflGLAKD.  H. STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.  ������-��� -  fr/v^r/  ^  oni. Pl.oenix   is   to   the  Coltitnbla. telephone ex-  A  report   .  ��� cfleet .that tli  ���.chasi��c in il.p.'c towri   has been closed,  and   that   the   people   ot   the   dinner  1* ticket lo v.-:- v.-i  1 I���, vo iicvr to be con-  lC!lt    V.-illl .. i.i.0  Vernoi*   ��.: Nelson ex-  i:l:.'.:i;>t* o"::!_v.  . Tl. Ji). Price,  lncn!  in nnr;-_-er  for the  con.-par.io.-. o-.v:'i_  :������;���'���*oP..a::.:;'r:- Pyritic  sn*c:iU-r   ;*7!il   ."  io  S:.*i'.:r':i;-i   :m<l   Mar-  !*-;i'*r>!e :..in.*>-nl  .:. ri J i:" <���, 1 .-"���'"'���  this   week  for lhc cnast v:'  !~r..*..* Ik.   will  go ' east.  tie niny nnt   rel-irn   tu Greenwood,   at  le'l.st foi' _-.i >IMO li:.)''.  Tiie provitu-i ������'. "'-vv'iiincnt is adver-  tisi>i.q-in .t-j..* T..-i:t*s auction sales of  lr.i.j iii liu- tov.'usfi f Fairview and Eholt.  The former sale vrill take place at  Fairview on Saturday afternoon, September 21st) and the latter at Eholt on  Wednesday, the 25th inst.  D. C. McRae, of the firm of .Smith &  McRae, returned this week from Rossland where he met representatives of  ���wholesale houses from whom he.bought  for the Christmas trade. Mr. McRae  secured a larger and more varied stock  of Christmas -floods than was ever  brought to the city.  R. W. Brock, of the Dominion  geological survey, is pushing on with  s >;:;c work on the higher points about  I'hoei*,;:: "-o <..��� 'o make Greenwood his  l:c.trj.-;'.ir;rlers v-hen   tho  v.*!*'.--- ~:.n--s  on.  -.As. mentioned  ::)   ths JP'r.-.r^.  J';*'  month, he has a  parly   at  v/orV   '--���������   -*  ;r<".oi<>:;-C'u a:id lopo^rarr'i'o:;"1. _.'-'.">;,' ���: r  _ t.��� .-.:..1..:^i  ��^R STOCK  is a: large and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and.strictly first-class, Not a shoddy article in  any of the lines, They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices  consistent with the quality of the goods, We would  dislike very much to be considered the "'cheapest" place  in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  but we do think that we come very near being the  best.    Try us, and tell us what you think.  THE  ��  JUVi  t A \J VtVl  COMPANY, LIMITED.  Branches and agents  in  all  the   principal cities  of   Canada and th*  United States, and correspondents in all parts .  of t'he world.  '-.A. GENERAL--BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED...  -Greenwood-Branch.���WG^H--BELT.--Mana2e TV  With Which is Incorporated the  - .HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000 !  HON.GEO.A. COX.President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.   [��a,  S  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH,   fe.  m  R, CREICEL Manager..  ���rfW^WW-  <xxc%  11  Wholesale Dealers in Liquors and Cigars,  ware and Bar Supplies.  Full Line Glass-  55^  -/ Page 6.  THE  GREENWOOD;WBBKLf. iM^Sv.-;  <y-*"-*~H.  &r>'>  PROFESSIONAL GARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notariks Public.  CaMfs Address :   " hallett."  Comes  I. n. HALLETT  Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood,  Mureiiiir & Neat's _, <~  Lelbe.'s. B.C.  It. C. SHAW.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barkisters and Solicitors,  NoTAtiiKS Public, Etc.  Offices: Orer Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  MCLEOD & BROWN.  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood Mock, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown-. J. P. McLeod.  FORBES M. KERBY.C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  -Offices:   Greenwood, B. C.  ���   also J, A. Unswprtli's Store, Midway, B. C.  JF'.tW^QR^ES',  /^'y.;.  Civil, vym* Mining Engineer  PROVINCIAL t,AND   SURVEYOR.  GREENWOOD, B.C.  -Mineral Claims Reported npon. .  y -Underground Surreys.  --     '      '��� [   '        ��� -.- ~~yy7rr~~.   r*  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil7E(1?ginber.    .:������;.,''.  IDominion   anp3 Provincial  LAND ?}TJRVEYbR.  GREENWOOD.   ;    Tf      i      .���   B.C  JAMES   BREEN   TO   OWN   HOTEL.  Buys Famous Gregson Springs Property Near  Anaconda.  A Montana despatch says that James  Breen of Spokane, acting through Con  Hayes of this city, who will be his  partner, has purchased the famous  Gregson Springs property, 10 miles  from Anaconda. Last July the hotel  and baths there were burned. It is the  intention of the new owners to construct a splendid ncv hotel with accomodations for 150 guests. A huge  plunge and sanitarium, to be in charge  of a noted specialist in rheumatics and  kindred diseases, will be established.  In a statement today Mr. Hayes says  S100,000 will be expended, including  the purchase of 640 acres owned by  Gregson Bros., which will be consolidated with 820 acres owned by Mr.  Hayes.   The purchase price is private.  Mr. Breen is one ef the best known  mining men in the northwest. He was  formerly manager and part owner of  the Le Roi smelter at Northport.  AMONG   THE   BOERS.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,   "  Provincial Land Surveyors  Milling and Civil Engine.ring.  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land and Engineering- Surveys' _  ��� W. A. BAUER, O.E.t P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT CE iP.XS  ';     VANCOUVER ..' OREENWOOD  'Wood   Block,  next door   to   Custom! office.  GREENWOOD. B.C.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank pf  Commerce.   Both 'phones.   ���  ...SUMMER REABfflG...  $800 BOOKS 890  jBy all the popular authors ihicluding  .Amelia E. Barrr,  RosaN. Carey,-  Beatrice Harreden,  ,     Florence Warden,  ~Half Cain ^-^-r^-"-1���.^-.--^-^.--.^.__-_-____-_ _______  Charles Russell,  . "Walter Besant,  Marie Cbrelli,  Anthony Hope, .'  'R.J. Stevenson,  W. Heinbury,  ������'..'���    .E. Marlitt  and 200 others..  25 cents for first took  and 10 cents exchange. ������������......  H. A. KING & C��  Jack Stewart of Nelsonj whoenlisted  for service "Itf't^e S'duth Africa constabulary, has ysritten to friends in  Nelson giving them his experiences in  the brush which the constabulary force  had with the iBqers under Dewet in  July last, wheji -three.of them were  killed and several' woiin'ded and taken  prisoners. The letter is written from  Hout Kop, under date;of. July 25th, so  that it is several days'laiter than those  which reached Nelson immediately  after the skirmish,1 which occurred on  July llth..     ���'--/  Stewart was with the ad Vance party,  which left Hout Kop at 5:30 aa. the  morning of the llth. He says* they  kept going until 10 o'clock, when they  came upon an advance guard, or what  they thought was a small part? of  Boers. Jack says the constabulary  force thought they had an easy tMng  and galloped towards the Boers; THey  poured a heavy fire into the Boers fS&r  about an hour and a half when finding  they could not dislodge them they <_te-  cided to retire. The party of which  Stewart was a member had been impending upon another contingent fbr  support, but when they commenced to  fall back they found that the suppost-  ing party had made tracks for can_s^  leaving them in the lurch. The resid/t  of this was that the Boers were ab"e te  completely surround them. When tlte  boys saw there was no way put they  made a fine stand and the Boer casTtr-  alty list is the best evidence of it.  There were abont twenty-seven nieis.  in the party of which Stewart was __���  member, and after three had beeo.  killedand several others wounded the?-*  decided to' capitulate, but there was-  nothing disgraceful about it, as by thiis-  time there, were but nine men a��xd!i  Captain   Benett   capable   of   beariaogs  DISSOLUTION Of PARTNERSHIP.  >T1_I-       PARTNEKSl-U-            HERETOFORE  ubsistinsr between the un'dursiiriied, carry-  in f on business as li<)t_'kee__ers in tlie premises  known as tlie -'Windsor Holer'1 situate on  Copper Street in tlie City of Greenwood, .U. C,  has this day been dissolved by mutual  coi-scut. ���  All debts owinj.' lo the said p.irtnerslnt) arc to  be paid to the undersigned Ernest Cartier at  the said Windsor Hotel, and all claims against  the said partnership are to 1�� presented to tlic  said Ernest Cartier by whom the same will be  paid.  Dated this I2th day of Jx ugust, M0I.  HARRY DALE,  ERNEST CARTIER.  ft  ft:  9  9  9  9  9  9.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ���$���?�����**��**���*#*��***�������*$��***���.:  arms against a Boer force of from 60D  to S00, which party was in a position to  draw upon an equally strong force"  about a mile away. When Stewart and  the rest qf the prisoners were taken into the Boer camp they found that the  Boer dead n limbered 28, with 32 wounded and 20 horses disabled, and killed,  which was not a bad record for their  small force. Stewart says the Boers  were very short of supplies of all kinds,  and he and the other prisoners were  stripped of everythiug save their  underclothing and forced to walk nine  miles over the rough roads in their bare  feet to the British camp. Stewart says  he would tiot have missed the affair for  anything, but would not like another  of the same against the same odds for  anything. Just how any of the party  escaped alive is a mystery to him.  All those wounded in the engagement of July llth were .doing well on  the date of Stewart's letter and several  of them reported for duty again. W.  J, Thompson and George" Partridge  were still in the hospital on the date of  the skirmish and were not able to report for duty at the date of Stewart's  writing.���Nelson Tribune.  WORKING   WIGHT  AND   D&Y;  Tlje Msiest and ra__gh"tiest 15_(ile thing'  that ever was madeia Dr. King's New  Life Pills. These pitll* change weakness into strength, liistlessraraa- into  energy, brain-fag into' mental power.  They'rewonderful iis building vap the  health. Only 25c per lio_f. So3i by. J..  tt. White> W. Ii}. Andecson and Millar  Bros.~  MISCELLANEOUS.  Wie receive consignssente- weekly "of'  the famosEJ-Okanagan fen-it. P'risEa-to  Suit those who want to put' up fruiii C..  V. Semeradi  Take year prescriptions to the  Windsor Drag Store, W. E. Andesson,  Greenwood1,   .  Ice cream* and fresh candies at the-  Greenwood* Gandy Factory, C. "W.  Semerad, proprietor.  If j'OM waatmice soft brinks- calHi at  South JSradi gjnneery.  "Broroogtip cures coSfife���25 cente^-  Aaderscwm'-fiKHlbiartnacy.  To i.E-3'���AN furnishedl three- rocained  colltage...-'  A;j>p_y Times office.  You cart' get.. the . very. best, apple  cifier by tfiiegallon at DheB..G..'W5lole-  sa2e L/iq-aon-G��.  For R-E-NC-e-Corne.r store- with >tbree-  'ooms, papeareaJ-. rent ab��mt>$20.. Ap-  'p3y The ITimes-office.. tff  Go to Anderson's. phor,mac-R\ for  ���jdrugs, toailet^articles,. sponges,, swaps,.  Irperfumes; etc.,.(-Tree_itvood..  X F. J. MITCHELL X-  is  SI-  THE REVIEW  BOLSTER,  HOTEL  t%> �������"&"  WASH.  I  9  9  9  9  9  *��  9  9  '9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  .9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  Shop worn g��>ods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  nv o s t fashionable  pattern which have  just, arrived.  ���5*  *5tr  �����  �����  ���as  *  *  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  -8  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  i~^Iliustratedr-"post^i-c.ard&,.^viaws.i.ofl  both snselters.. Do. not mi&s- seeing  them.   Smith, .StMcEae..  ���joor, -  ���*=s^^^*  l-^^&sfi*-���  'Copncr Street.  MUALS AT AXX, HOTJRS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR I.ADIES.  TRY O.TTR COFFER.  *!*���  r 3 mtocfty   ;    Wop's.  ���ANE-���:  Kodak Supplies  A Full Line of Photographic   7  Goods Always in Stock. : r-      " "���  Films, Mounts, Plates, TripodSj  y(;^Cameras, Etc., Etc.,   ?'-:X^r-^y''^:^^  1 ��� *'��� ���   .        -  Agents For The Celebrated Eastern Kodak Company.   : 7:   :   :  J. L. WHITE;  DR!cmBis*r,  GREENWOOD.  Sole Agents For Tlie B. C, Assay &  ���    Chemical SussJy Co., Vancouvss;. B. C.  t*- /����� *  DIRECT IMPORTERS OF  #> / *  ASSAYER&. AN35> MIliX,  SUPPLIES  WE  HAVE  A  COMPETE"  STOCK OF ALL, APPARATUS KBQUXFED IN YOtJR A8SAY OFFICE.  SOLE AGENTS FtDR ������'���BATTERS-SA"  CRUCIBIwES etc, AND BRAUNS PAT-  "v--^^  eftiiAiiiiB  r,Nl 6 ASt-WilNK' CO VIBIE AT ON Jl 6SAI' Ft SNACESV).  Halcyonas-the'laest mineraAiwatecois.  the market; B.. C. *Wholesalif> Il/iquoti'  Company general ag��nts.  Prescriptions-filledco-iBectly���Andfe-.  son's pharmacy. ���'.''.  Rooms at the Clarendon 5*0. cents, -per  nisrht. ti  "Flints. Eanulsion of  Codj- t,ivea-Oil  -the best���Andersons the B.ruggis..  "We carry the only Flaanel Saat-ngs  _n town.   Allmachert& Wilson..  the Only First-Class Hotel..'.n the:  MyerS;Xreek District; \  COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors  The Biggest and best %  assortment of Fall Suity |  I ings ever brought into g  the Boundary;  X   X ��  H. B. Munroe has received a fresh  consignment of choice confectionery.  "C C. C. C. the great nerve   builder  S1.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.  Fall   hats���latest���up-to-date   goods,  at G. F. WUliains\ ���t f  LION BOTTLING I0RKSS >  &BEENWOOD and S��ANI> PORKS.  Mannla't^^^_AH Kinds oi tobonatefl Beyeiages  "'y"Soie^g^  TIid-I<arrest Brewery ia Btrtt-sl. Columbia,  JAS. McCRlATB 4 CO., Pr0eB��ietO��S-  GO,, LIMITBD^  REPRESENTfMG:* ���  - v '-  PHOENIX FIRE: ASSURANCE CO.,      ..  OF LONDON, Tm-GhAKD.  WESTERK ASSURANCE . CO. yyd? -rcaosTo.  BRITISH- AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  .���;      .       OF TO'RONTO-*  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO.,OF LONDON,ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  .OF TORONTO*  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Barn and' Stage Line was  purchased from me by Bloomfield &  Dunbar, on June 26th last. All accounts owing- to that date are to be paid  to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assume  all liabilities "f the said business.  44���47 Geo. Well-wood.  TO SAVE HER CHILD.  9  ��� 9  9  9  9  9  9  THE TAILOR  | Copp.rSt.        Greenwood.  ��  Front frightful (lisfigurement Mrs.  Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,.  adplied B-icklcnV Arnica Salve to  great sores on her head and face, and  writes its quick cure exceeded all her  hopes. It works wonders in sores,  Bruises, Shin eruptions, Cuts, Burns,  Scalds and Piles. 2Sc. Cure guaranteed by J. L. White, Miller Bros., and  W. E. Anderson, druggists.  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  REWERY  \    PORTMAN BROS. & CO�����  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  _The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try ''���-.'  It I It is kept on Draught cr in Bottles by all the leading HoteC

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