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Array ��p*ty       !��� V  1  A  1 W<v  iM^tSSi&ffiiiafeg&fe  4  OVER..-  400 MEN  <\re    working  in   the  mines around Phoenix.  ..f  /^A-4L-'\s  ���4E xnrtiiaiwottfHattBWflWiTVJ  J   The Pavroll of ,!  PHOENIX  Is larger than that of  any other Boundary  Camp. )  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol,. I.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.  No. 13.  THE  liners Union  Is Alive to the Requirements  of its members.  iflTHWIdl (0. Ill  Is Alive to the Requirements  of the public.  F0II and Complete Lines.  Groceries  Hardware  Crockery  Queeensware  Tinware  Dry Goods  Furnishings  Hats, Caps,  Boot and Shoes,  Slippers.  Hercules  Powder.  Caps  Fuse  Mining  Supplies  Complete Line of Carpenters* Tools  family Trade d Specialty.  Prompt Delivery.  ��.;..,.. ���.���r--':*,,-.-- ���".'.  iNIX,B.C.  Our  Stronghold  Is Groceries and Provisions���Only the  best available goods supplied.  Our Aim  Is to please  the public with   Quality  and Price.  Our Request  Is that you give us a trial order, if you  are not already on our list of satisfied  customers.  Remember  We are not satisfied unless you are  OO  Dominion A^enae.  ...flora  RICH HARTFORD ORE  Property Now Being Actively  Developed. *  IS LOCATED AT HARTFORD JUNCTION  : it"  Grand Forks Capitalists Have the Group  Under Bond���Sbaft Down 75 Feet and 30  inches of ore.  One of the coming mining properties of this section is the Hartford  group, located at Hartford Junction,  about two miles . froniiBfefcenix. % "A  Pioneer representative visited the property this week, and found the work of  development was being actively prosecuted under the superintendency of  David Evans.'  The Hartford group consists of, six  claims, including the Hartford, Hartford fraction, Nabob, Nabob fraction,  Ranger and another claim. They  were located by John Rogers in 1895,  and had but little work done on them  up to a couple of months ago, when  they were bonded for $25,000 by  Messrs. Galer, Macloughlin, Miller and  Tripp of Grand Forks, Mr. Rogers re-  tainin  of $2,500 and the second  of $10,00  have been made. f  The first active development was  the present 5x8 foot vertical shaft,  which_is^nowiown75 feet, and is be-  nimffi'ft" (ft psWWHfc^ges onttiajHart-  ford claim and it was the intention1 to  sink about 100 feet and then crosscut  |jall of them.     Already,  however,   the  prey Eagle Co.'s Properties.  The properties of the Grey Eagle  Gold Mining Co., notice of the formation of which appeared in the last issue  of the Pioneer, consists of the Banner,  Tip Top, Grey Eagle and Triangle  fraction. As is well known here they  are in the heart of the camp, adjoining  such splendid properties as the Idaho,  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and War  Eagle. ..,  .The Banner claim, which was owned  by James Marshall and Tom Roderick,  has the greatest amount of development  done. A shaft was sunk some 30 feet  on the ledge and last summer a tunnel  driven 165 feet to meet the ore body.  The Grey Eagle is known to have the  Knob Hill's richest ledge,' as drifting  has already been done right to the  former's line. Its extent has also been  proved by considerable' surface 'prospecting. '-The Grey Eagle was owned  by "Henry' White, John Stevens and  others.  Scott Galloway, Pat Dillon and Mr.  Ostroski owned the Tip Top, and Mr.  Galloway owned the Triangle fraction.  All this is admittedly some of the  best ground in Phoenix camp, and the  organization of a new corporation by  the MinerrGraves syndicate in Montreal, to actively develop it at an early  date, means a substantial addition to  the already respectable payroll of the  camp.  In Boundary Mines.  The Oro" Denoro is ' expected to  increase its force shortly.  An important strike is reported from  the Jewel mine, in Long Lake camp.  The Tiger, in Summit camp, will be  equipped with machinery at an early  date.  & shaft on the Carmi, up the  west fork of Kettle river, is down over  100 feet.  A rich strike is said to have, been  made this week on the U. S., claim be-  GETTING TOGETHER  Two Parties at Victoria Talk  of Coalition.  COTTON   WANTS  TO  BE PREMIER  Program Will Retire Mr. Semlin sad Turner  aud Eberts Are to be Taken Into New  Government.  A special dispatch from Victoria  saysAthat there is a decided change in  the/political situation here.  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  This week Hali Adlai,  the famous  Turkish   wrestler,   known as the Sultans Lion, was the great  attraction at  the Alhambra theatre, Greenwood.  Constable Darraugh returned from  j Cascade   Tuesday,   having  deputised  A. Cameron to act as quarantine  officer.    Mr. Darraugh lelt  again   Wed-"'  J nesday for Trail,   where a special  session of the license  commissioners  for'  the district was held yesterday, to consider five -applications���one ior Phoenix,  one for White's camp and three  lor Trail. .'������  Wayne Darlington, M. E., a prominent mining expert from Montreal,  representing the mining interests of  C. B. Hosmer, spent two days at the  Gold Drop this week, visiting Stanley  Easton. Mr. Darlington has had a  Hon. Mr. j w'de experience  in  mining.    At one  Cotton has at last succeeded in indue-; time he was expert for Li Hung Chang,  ihg prominent members of the opposi-! the Chinese potentate,-.in his silver  tion to consent to a coalition, and it is ! mines.  thought that in a few days the an-1 The committee in charge of the  nouncement of a coalition will be grand opening ball, to be given on the  made. Color is lent to this view by'! 22nd by the Miners' Union,., to cele-  the fact that the opposition has with- brate the completion of the new hall,  drawn its active hostility towards the; is making every effort to have the  government.    M ���    . j affair   a   pronounced   success.    Four  The members are reticent about the pieces of music will be provided, and it  details of the scheme and it is not! is expected that many from the outside  yet known who will.be in the coalition j will enjoy the delights of the mazy, on  government.    Cotton, however, insists  on being   made  premier.    Hon._ Mr.  as depth is attained. The ore will run  from $15 to $20 in value and someof  it it even higher;  The railway grade for the Winnipeg  spur runs across the property and the  graders in blasting cut through three  important ore bodies, showing...uu...the  claim in good shape. A double shift  is at work, and a whim has been installed to facilitate work. The owners  are evidently justified in feeling that  they have a rich group of claims.  Whetj   the .100 or  150-foot  level   is  dehorn in  135   feet.  Dead-  Two  pressor.  Payment on the Bond.  The first payment of $2500 on the  bond on the Mountain View, in Summit camp, was made in Grand Forks  several days ago, a week before it was  due. Manager Dorsey states that the  sinking of the shaft still continues, it  now being down nearly 60 feet. The  officials of the company are more confident than ever that they have the  B.C. ledge, which property adjoins the  Mountain View. After a little more  sinking, crosscutting will begin to strike  the main ledge.  300 Feet in January.  During the month of January 300  feet of work, or 10 feet per day was  done on the Gold Drop. This makes  over a thousand feet of development  done on this property to date. It is  in first-class shape and has immense  reserves of ore opened up, which will  make it a steady' shipper some time  this year. Superintendent Easton  states that the new 4-drill compressor,  to be used till the larger plant is ready,  has left Rossland and is expected at  Hartford Junction any day. One  steam drill is in use now, being supplemented by a number of hammersmen.  The force at the mine consists of 25  men, with R. G. Denney. as foreman.  wood camp, is down  air drills are being used.  The new. pump at the War Eagle  was started this week. The force has  been increased to 17 men.  . r.The.-returns from the last shipment  of 15 tons of Gold Bug ore, were three  ounces of gold, 134 ounces of silver  and 10 per cent lead per ton.  Two   more  cars  of Winnipeg ore  were loaded at Hartford Junction last  ���Wednesday.-   . This   makes   five  cars  &hjpped from this property.   d on  the Snows __^  to tap the ore body above the rai  spur.    It is now in 30 feet, and is in  good ore.  Work was started on Wednesday on  the Dayton, in Camp McKinney,  which was bonded a few days ago by  J as. Kerr and others, of Greenwood,  for $54,000.  A strike of fine copper sulphide ore  was recently made on the Twenty One  claim, near Eholt, owned by the Boun-  dary-Lardeau Mining Co. It Was  made at a depth of 25 feet.  A force of carpenters are now at  work on office building at the li. C.  mine, and before long will .-start on the  new gallows frame. Three or four  cars of ore are shipped daily to the  Trail smelter.  Semlin will retire from active politics.  It is stated on fairly good authority  that the government to  be  organized  the best dancing  that night.  floor in the Boundary,  From the Seat of War.  Reports from the Transvaal this  will be a purely conservative one, and j week were'largely speculations by the  will be the inauguration of strict party versatile newspaper correspondents, of  lines in provincial politics. Those; which there are a hundred or more.,,  who will likely be members of the! Gen. Buller, within the last day .;|'r  coalition include Turner and Eberts,! two, is reported as slowly advancing  members of the old government.' every inch being stubbornly opposed  Both sides have agreed   to  allow   the , by the Boers.    The losses to the Brit-  estimates to pass,  Being Organized in Phoenix.  New organizations are the order of  the day here. Recently the Forresters  formed a local lodge. The Knights of  Pythias, Masons and Odd Fellows are  preparing to do likewise. A Board of  Trade and a Choral Society are talked  of for the near future. There is plenty  of good material for all of these organizations in and around Phoenix.-��� ~  -. ���'-   < '-> ���  Secured Mail Contract.  Last Monday Mandel'& Murphey,  proprietors of Phoenix Stage &: Express  Line, received notice that the bid of  the firm for carrying Her Majesty's  mail between Greenwood and Phoenix,  six times per week, had been accepted.  urphey has been carrying the  ___^^^^^ hree months, jjjjjch  has now Ween" confirn;  rangement will probably com1  passenger trains begin to run into  Phoenix.  ! every inch being  stubbornly  , by the Boers. The losses to  ish arms so far are placed at 12,244  killed, wounded and captured; ; The  war is now costing about ��10,000,000  per month.  Will Be Soon Turned vvcr.  The rails are about laid through  the long Bull Dog tunnel, near Brooklyn, and as soon as trains are running  through it regularly and it is accepted  by the C.P.R., it is expected that the.  r u n n i n g. t i nfe; be t ween. Greenwood, and,. ^.  Nelson and Rossland will be reduced  at least an hour. It was Tumoral  this week that this would take effect  on the 10th inst, and that then, or  shortly thereafter, the operating department of the C.P.R. would take the  new Boundary line over from the construction department of the road, by  which it has been operated for the last  few months. This should immediately  result  in   a   substantial   reduction   of  tariffs,  high.  Held the Annual Meeting.  The annual meeting of the Wynkoop-  Stephens Trading Co., Ltd., was held  on Monday last,-and the financial  statement submitted showed the corporation to be in a most satisfactory  condition. The following board of  officers was elected for the ensuing  year: President and general manager,  Geo. Wynkoop; Vice-President, James  Stephens; secretary and treasurer,  Ralph L. Clarke.  Phoenix General Hospital.  Arrangements are now almost completed to incorporate the new Phoexix  General Hospital. Jay P. Graves has  consented to act as president; Stanley  A. Easton, of the Gold Drop, vice-  president; W. R. Williams, of the Dominion Copper Co., secretary-treasurer.  The board ofProvissional directors will  also include C. G. Buck, of the War  Eagle, and W.J. Porter, of the Golden  Crown. As soon as the incorporation  matters are completed, .-steps will be  taken to select a lot and provide for a  suitable, building. '..  passenger  'ch-are now pretty  and   freight  BRIEF BUT IMPORTANT.  takes;  Real Estate and Mines.  Agent for the following Fire Insurance Companies:���Phoenix, of London :  Western Assurance and the British America Assurance, of Toronto.  the  Selling Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVISION, Town  of Phoenix.  ��� ;..���" ";   $���    ' ���  OFFICE: KNOB HILL AVENUE,  Phoenix, B.C.  R.  night  Are Working for Incorporation.  B. Kerr returned last Friday  from Fairview, where he had  been to get a copy of the assessment  rolls for Phoenix, having been successful in the quest. This week W.B. Cochrane visited Grand Forks and Greenwood to secure signatures to the petition for incorporation, in which he was  almost universally successful. Yester-  nay and today the petition is being  signed by property owners in all parts  of this town. In a few days it is intended to have William Hunter go to  Victoria as the delegate who will present the matter to the legislative assembly, now in session.  Jack Stewart Secured Contract.  The contract for the extension of  the C.P.R.', along Kootenny lake near  Nelson, has been let to John W. Stewart, the well known contractor. Pat  Welch,who was associated- with him in  building the Phoenix spur, is not interested in this last contract. The  new work consists of 14 miles of grading, and. will amount to about $150,-  000���iiot half a million, as has been  stated. Next week Mr. Stewart will  begin hiring men till he has 1,500,  and there will probably be three  months work. Mr. Stewart's many  friends in the-Boundary will be pleased  to know that he was the successful  one among so many bidders. Probably there is no more experienced or  capable contractor in the west today  than lack Stewart.  Rossland's   winter   carnival  place February 13 to 17.  Greenwood's Mansion House Fund  amounted to $645. Camp McKinney  was $113.  The Merchants Bank of Halifax is  about to change its name to the Royal  Bank uf Canada.  A. S. Williamson, of the Hunter-  Kendrick Co., is putting up a dwelling  on Knob Hill avenue.  Curry & Co. were awarded the contract for hauling 1000 cords of wood  from the 4th ot July claim to the Old  Ironsides.  It Js reported that the Silver King  mine and smelter, at Nelson, have  closed down indefinitely, and is claimed to be on account of the eight-hour  law.  Plastering on the big bunk house of  the Old Ironsides ha.s been completed  for the time being, finishing is going  on and part of the structure is now-  being occupied.  The Center St.tr and War Eagle at  Rossland have discontinued shipping,  and it will be several months before  they can begin sending out ore regularly once more. Considerable development must be done first.  On Thursday 4S recruits were accepted and sworn in at Nelson tor  Lord Strahcona's Horse. They were  given a banquet by Jack Stewart, the  contractor, last night before leaving for  the east and the Transvaal.  The city of Grand Forks, according  to the decision of the arbitrators, will  have to pay but $14,000 as against a  claim of $40,000 lor property overflowed by the building of the dam at the  Granby smelter at the north fork of  Kettle River.  J. F. Kinucanc, manager of the  Bank of Montreal at Greenwood was a  visitor in Phoenix Wednesday. He  was accompanied by C.S. Drummond,  of London, England. Mr. Drummond  is connected with the British Electric  Traction Co., which is behind the Nelson, street railway, and is figuring on a  similar .vsteivt in Rossland.  ��&m  J^iiligg3SM  1* ^^^���SWMtasw--*.  _^___-t____-_li__B_-��*a**'����*-��***        ^   '**'   *���*     ��� ��� -' ��� ������ i ' ��� - t *   -*-. ����� ��* ��� 94<.w>-4 *��^fr__ "^^^^^^^^^^^Sffl  :�����  ���Wi a i.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  $  fc#'  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED ON SATURDAY BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Men.  SCIISOKirTIOX KATES.  One Tear ... -        $2.00  Mi Months 1-25  Advertising; rntes made known on application.  The estimates for the coming year  were to be brought down at Victoria  this week. Will Boundary receive  the same attention as though it had a  member? Of course not, though it is  growing to be one of the most important sections in the province.  ANOTHER REASON.  According to the Spokesman-Re-  veview, Spokane is reeking with smallpox. The health officer, Dr. Potter���  acknowledged to be a capable and experienced ��� practitioner���has incurred  the displeasure of Eastern Washington's great daily by not following the  editor's advice in regard to stamping  out the disease, which thus far is hi a  mild form.  In British Columbia a strict'quaran-  tine is observed at the Boundary line,  and incorporated towns are making  " vaccination compulsory. The quarantine is inconvenient, but necessary.  " Vaccination is equally needful, even if  there was no smallpox scare.  It would f!l!WP!lM*��y matter to  carry out compulsory vaccination in  unincorporated towns, and right here  is another argument in favor of the  incorportion of Phoenix, at an early  ���date. In that case, and only .then can  :this place receive proper 'treatment in  .a sanitary way���for then we would  thave the matter in our own hands, and  ��� -could act promptly if need .be,, without  the necessity of unwinding miles of red  tape at Victoria, perhaps when too late  to do the most good. We do not in the  least fear a smallpox epidemic, but  iorewarned is forearmed���especially if  the arm has been introduced to a vac-,  .cine point.  Undoubtedly there will be a tremendous rush of fortune hunters to  Cape Nome in the early spring. It is  just as sure that most of those who  make the attempt will surely regret it,  and will wonder why the fool killer  did not come their way before they  started. ,'.'  It has been proposed at Vancouver  to raise a special Canadian contingent  Of 10,000 picked men, to assist the  mother country in the Transvaal  Whether accepted or not, this must  make pleasant reading in the war office  at London, where of late news from  the front has been rather unpleasant.  J. M. Kellie, M. P. for Revelstoke,  always -was unique. The anti-Chinese  bill was disallowed, and now he would  regulate the length of hair to be worn  by workers in metalliferous mines, and  has actually introduced a bill to that  effect. Phoenix will not be affected  in either event, for the celestials iiiave  not yet obtained a foothold here, we  are glad to say.  $  The Phoenix Livery Barn and  WAY TO DO IT.  Residents of Princeton and the  Similkameen are in earnest in their  desires to have Princeton connected  Ajij^Xerenieos  and the outside world  length. A delegation went to the  coast to lay the matter before the  (merchants and members of the govern-  2rably received. Just  rstated,  but it is safe to say  t!  -much needed  highway of commerce  ���will be built at no distant date.  There is a, lesson in the example of  ithe Princetonians above referred to.  It reminds one of a remark made by  [Horace Greely at the close of the  American civil war, when it was desired to resume specie payments, .but no  one seemed to be able to devise a way.  to resumejs to resume," said  The  way to accom  it with every possible degree of energy  .and determination to win. ���  Phoenix .ought to have a wagon road  .connecting it with Central camp,  Those in .a position to know say that  veasy grades can he found and that  there is .a big trade to be had for the  Risking almost, with no great difikui  ,ties to be surmounted in the building of  ithe road. The matter should be taken  .up and energetically pressed to an  .early and favorable conclusion. It  .can be done and should be done without delay, for it means not a little to  Phoenix.  EDITORIAL <$QHMENTS.  -��� ^.>y  Moral reform has ��tf*ick Rossland  fair and square,, and begun .on the slot  machines.    What next?  According to the Vancouver World,  the projected extension of the Boundary railway from Midway to Spence's  Bridge, on the main line, via the  Similkameen, is not likely to materialize for two or three years. But the  benefits to accrue to both the coast  and the Boundary, when the last link  is constructed, are emphasized in the  right way, It will be a good thing for  both sections.  Every town in a new, as well as old,  settled section has its quota of so-called "knockers"���individuals who seem  to delight in saying things derogatory  to the place in which they get. their  bread and butter. Here is the way  the Grand Forks Miner handles them:  "There are a lot of knockers in this  city who ought to be be sent to South  Africa, or thePhillipines or the Sandwich Islands, or some place where they  have ji chance to season up a  -^  03  8  O  h  i  o  *�� Feed Stables <��  HEDGE & CO., Proprietors. ,  .*��� Good Saddle,   Pack and Driving Horses.    Heavy Draying. 'j*  1 Charges Reasonable.  STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX, B. C.       /  P;Buriis;&'(^;'--!l!ft!��  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, 11. C  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Sal mo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ALDHATl & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen.  GHAI  Hartford Hotel  *C^_Hartford Junction, B. C.  This hotel, which is new, is located at the junction  of the Phoenix and Winnipeg branches of the C. P.  R. All the railwaj' traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call.  * '   JOHN TJORSEY; Prop:  The British Columbia Wholesale  It is said that the session ,of the Dominion parliament which began on the  1st inst. will be .a short .one, .and that  Premier I.aurier will .appeal to the  .country shortly thereafter.  So far Joe Martin has signally fail-  ���djnjiis .openly expressed intention to  wreck the ITeTulin-Cotton government. But joe comes justly by his  Jitle of fighter, and no ,one knows just  where he .will break out riext.  In answer to several iwq.uiries, the  Pioneer would t&ite that the ��� nearest  point at which enlistment can be made  lor Lord Strajthcona's horse, is Nelson,  though there is talk of doing part of  :the work at Rossland and Greenwood.  Since P. Burns & Co.   reduced the  \ ������������    ���  price of meats in Rossland, the Miner  of that place, has experienced a change"  .of heart, and no longer jumps on Pat,  tooth and nail. No doubt the rest ol  ��� Rossland appreciates the reduction  valsq.  Civil and Mining Engineers  ..Provincial Land Surveyors.  ESTABLISHED 1SS��.  Grand Forks and Phoenix, B.  H. S. CAYLEY.  W.H. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc  PHOENIX, B. C.  A. E. A5HCR0FT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.'  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  VANCOUVER, II. C  GREENWOOD, B. C  ANGUS K STEWART  CUSTOMS BROKER,  WOOD HUILD1NG,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J.M.CLARK,  HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.  PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING.  Phoenix St.,  PHOENIX, B.C.  scon & McLaren,  Contractors and Builders.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Cbiuiui88ion��r for tnhing Affidavits.  Phoenix, B. C.  REMEMBER THE MAINE,  Shaving Parlors  and Bath Rooms.  EASEMENT JiOURK  BUILDING.  Phoenix, B. C  Old Ironsides Ave.  ��� �������������������� ��-��)-���>-��-��   GOTO'iTHE���-  Phoenix Feed and Produce Co,  FOR YOUR  Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed.  Just Received, a Carload of Calgary. Oats and Carload of Hay.  Choice Butter Always on hand.  Warehouse: Corner Phoenix Street and Brooklyn Avenue.  Makes Two Round Trips Baa���  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 8.30 a. in. and 2,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.  GOOD RIGS, GOOD STOCK AND FAST TIME.  1^  Coltimb  ia  Comer Dominion Ave.  and Phoenix Street.  ���A  The Largest and Best Appointed Hotel  111 the Camp.  European plan.      Newly  furnished and finished throughout.  MXKAAKE, Proprietor.  8SW��W8��S*��8��a8iS8*8^^  Cla*k & Binns,  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE  eet  ���������  With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more en route, we can  fill any order, from the Largest Hotel to the Coziest Home.  Let us figure en your order.  UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.  0 -      i__0!d Ironsides Avenue,  II  (Formerly of Sandon.)  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall) .  _    Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Phoenix, B. C.  This Hotel is Hard FinishedjBar Furnished With the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged.     �� .    ��� ~1&r-o����#oods.  s �� T*<S5BBBUiOB^~GRAHAM & PRENDERGAST, PROPS.  JTjP1* ���  Are now open with a full and Complete  Assortment of the Latest Patterns in Suitings  Qvercoatiugs, Etc.  Cor. Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  -TTiTrr &Z. **~--'i\�� \^?0^^^^t^"*yrT' "���' '-'    f ~' ���"���'��� ������"������������-" w3 ���������;�����������������-n;;���������������������  iyv -������ -i-;f-j_ --rp���-j-  . ,y|.r-���J-" .   |��_TT  .��  J 1   *  "   31  ��� ���IPfli|,4M' '" I ����� ��     'I1  L^fT  ^TH't""*^*!"!**""*"^1^  7-1'^ ���) ^������ i>    .  U    '      *        L   1   ta    f I  _F  ���  ...      vl.  1  * .       r J  , Ik    > '��     . it     r        l�� .  .   1        l        '.  ���'Vi        M' ���      '    .1    v��J'      ii        >-l 'tf It'   .1- i        ll* ����      ' 1 %  mmmrnKmsmm  -**.,&  -'.-���'��� ������������-���wj    \    TIu.   tt��.  I!       !i  THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  DRUGGISTS *nd  STATIONERS.  CARRY A FULL LINE OK  Drugs,  Patent Medicines,  Toilet Soaps,  Perfumes,  and Stationery.  prescriptions a specialty.  0  ,-^m  Jlii  m  Iteincmlicr the Location,  Old Ironsides Ave PHOENIX,B.C.  FOR A GOOD  MEAL GO TO  The Mint  Restaurant  Harijer & Thompson,  Proprietors.  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market  ..... Affords. .....  THE BANK OF  DOMINION AVENUE.  Phoenix, B. C.  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  PAID-UP CAPITAL,.. . $4,866,666  RESERVE FUND... . . . .$1,460,000  LONDON OFFICE:  3 Clement's I^are, Lombard Street, E.C  court of directors:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas  pard Farr -r, Richard H. Glyn, Henry {  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B. |  Kendall, J.J.Kingsford, Fred Lubbock,  George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Head office in Canada: St. James st.,  Montreal.  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  k Q-9 9 9 9-9-9-9-9-9-  f �� The Most  Popular,  ? *, Hotel in Phoenix is  ? ���'  �� T  9 9  1 C. W,, ABBOTT, Manacer.  f f It is the FAVORITE RESORT for the  ��� !+������.���.������+������<  ���������������++-M- ������������������������������������������������  PHOEIX TO CENTRAL CAMP.  the  Jimmy de Welch Says He Will Orade  Railway Line.  When the surveys for the C. P. R.  spur to Phoenix camp were run, as is  well known, it was the intention to  build a branch from Phoenix to Cen-  thenear future,   and ac-  locations  were made by  Last week the well known sub-con-  tractor, jas.'V. Welch, was interviewed  by the Grand Forks Miner. Mr.  ���^tflch is now completing the grading  of the spur to the' Granby smelter,  near Grand Forks. He will then remove bis outfit, he says to Nelson  along Kootenay lake, where he has  some work. When that job is finished,  Mr. Welch says be will come back to  the Boundary and at once begin on  the grading of the Phoenix-Central  camp spur.  It is a fact that Phoenix is nearer,  by several miles, to Central camp than  any other supply point, and there is  no reason why the trade of that rich  camp should not be entirely handled  in Phoenix. The stocks of our merchants   are  as  large or  larger  than  I Mil II II I ������M1^6''    tOWnS'        * "e  road, not a very ex|wr...ivc  and one in which the government  would doubtless share a large part of  .liic cost.  II. Jl NIHIL  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  \    PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROS-  j       I'KCTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Phoenix SI. and Brooklyn Ave.  t  X  i  i  Phoenix Hews Co.  C.A. BADWIN, Mgr.  Every thing in stock that  should be found in an Up-to-  date News and Stationery  establishment  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  T.whs,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  BRANCHES IN CANADA.  London, rantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, R jssland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T,, Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B.C.  AOENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.  Spokane���Traders Nat. and Old Nat.  Bank. N.Y.���(52 Wall st.) W.Lawson  and J.C.Welsh, agents. San Francisco  (124 Sansome st.)H.J.McMichael and  J.R.Ambrose agents.  LONDON HANKERS.  The Bank of England and Glyn & Co.  FOREIGN AGENTS.  Liverpool���Bk. of Liverpool, Australia  -Union Bk. of Australia. New Zealand  Union Bk. of Aus., Bk. of N.Z. India,  China and Japan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, London and China, Agra Bk.  W. Indies-Colonial Bk. Paris-Marcu-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyonnais.  JOHN W. SMITH, Acting Mfr., Qreenwood, H.C.  tf  O 9  9 9  ...THE BUTTER  Weary and Thirsty    Traveller or  Wayfarer,  and in   consequence  becoming   noted  Boundary,  throughout  is  the  Newly Furnished Throughout.  Choicest Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room First-Class in Every Way.  Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B.C.  -���-���-���-���  POSTY & WALKER  The Pioneer Merchants of the Camp,  still catering to a large share of the  trade.  Headquarters for Miners*  Splendid   Assortment  of  Clothing, Groceries,  Hitters' Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  etc.  J.E.FORTIN,  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B. C.  ���������������  Shoes  made in  any  style.     Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of Leather Findings for sale.        Harness Repaired.  _okesman-.Review.  fe  '.',?g:.  ���The Jewel   mine   in   Long  _camp is employing 25 men.  _^_^__^____________________ building  boom  ��� jf'crl  Columbia and  Grand   Fork.,   i  both appointed committees  to confer  on the consolidation proposition.  Paul Johnson has been appointed  general manager of the smelting department of the Uritish Columbia Copper Co.  It is reported that a San Francisco  party is in the Boundary preparatory  to organizing a company to work the  bed of the Kettle  river by  hydraulic  of the lines ofT  Telephone Co. in Kootenay and   Y;  by the Inland Telephone Co., of Spokane.     Both  are  controlled  by  the  great American Bell Telephone Co.  Grand Forks is getting up a Pay,  Pay, Pay concert. Nelson, Rossland,  Greenwood, Camp McKinney and  Vernon have already done so, raising  respectable sums for the "Absent  Minded Beggar's" wife and  children.  Olaf Olson, who had charge of the  Bull Dog tunnel work, on the Boundary railway, has sfceured the contract  for the 400 foot tunnel flume for the  Cascade Water, Power and Light Co.  S. F. Quinlivan got the contract lor  removing 15,000 yards of rock. About  100 men are to be employed.  Phoenix, B. C.  phoenix'""''  BAKERY  C. W. Greer, Propr.  Special Attention Paid to  Hotel, Family and Mining Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  "PHOENIX, B. C.  WE HAVE GOOD  |-V^. -        V\/_~k.r^.r4 IN SHORT LENGTHS.  LJry   w oou general transfer.  Delivered promptly by M. McINTYRE.  Leave orders at the B. C. Telephone Exchange.  PERFECT REMEDIES.  Perfect Emulsion Cod Liver Oil  Perfect Foot Rest Powders.  Perfect Headache Wafers.  Perfect Tonic Bitters.  Prescriptions Our  SPECIALTY.  NOTICE.  The British Columbia Southern  Railway company will apply to the  Parliament of Canada at its next session for an act authorizing the company to complete at any time before  the end of the year 1904 its western  section as described in the act of the said  parliament (60761 Victoria, Chapter  36) and a branch line from a point  on its main line at or near the mrks of  Michel Creek, thence by way of Michel  Creek to Martin Creek, and for other  purposes.  By order of the Board.  H. Camphfxl Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1899.      17  MINERAL ACT, 1596.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Wili.amkna Mineral claim, situate in  the. Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Wh ere 1 ocated���(> reenwood cam p.  Take notice that we, George W.  Rumberger, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B6450, and Alexander A. Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6513, 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 22nd day of December,  '899-   MINERAL ACT 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  The Joker Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mininnr Division  of Yale District-  Where Ixrcated:���Greenwood Camp;  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free Miners' Certificate No.  B13128, Michael Sullivan, FreeMiners'  Certificate No. B13156, and George  W. Rumberger, Free Miners' Certificate No. B6450, 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 Sixteenth day of November, 1899;  J. B. BOYLE, Druggist.  CANADIAN ;  PACIFIC RY.  AND SOO LINE.  National Highway  E.C KEITn & CO,   HANDLE   Real Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper   properties   Wanted,  choice lots in Phoeni:  PHOENIX  IS WHERE THE  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ���   ��� ESTABLISHED 1859.  Capital    -   -  Reserve Fund  tit.-'  If  if  in  Church Services.  Presiiyterian.���Divine service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides   time,   in   the  schoolhouse.  Evcrbody cordially invited.  D. A. Stewart, H. A.,  Presbyterian Missionary.  Methodist.���Preaching service will  be held every Thursday evening, at  7:30 o'clock, at the schoolhouse. Sermon by Rev. B. H. Balderston. Cordial invitation to all.  Wanted, at Once.  Cash paid at the Pioneer office for  clean cotton rags. Bring 'em along  and get your money. Don't stand on  ceremony.    Any quantity taken.  CALGARY FLOUR  $1,500,000  -   -   - \ $835>00?  hoard of directors:  R. W. Heneker, President.  Hon. M.H.Cochrane, Vice-Prcs.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, [. N. Galer, N.W. Thomas, C.H.  Kathan. H.'B. Brown, Q. C.  Head Office, Sherbrooke, P.Q.  Wm.   Farwell, Gen'l Mgr., S. Edgell,  Local Mgr., S.F. Morey, Branch Inspector.  BRANCHES.  Waterloo,AV.I.Briggs,Mgr,Stanstead,  S. Stevens, Mgr; Cowanville, J. Mac-  kinnon, Mgr.; Coaticook, B. Austin,  Mgr.; Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.;  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.; Bedford, E. W. Morgan, Mgr.; Magog,  E. l\ Oliver, Mgr.; St. Hyacinthe, J.  J. Laframboise, Mgr.; Huntingdon, E.  N. Robinson, Mgr.; Grand Forks, J.  W. Macloughlin, Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London, Eng. Nat. Bk. of Scotland; Boston, Nat. Exchange Bk.; New-  York, Nat. Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible  points. Drafts issued for any required  amounts, good in all points in Canada,  U.S. and Europe. Exchange bought  and sold.  Savings Branch Department at each  office.  Interest allowed from date of de.  posit and compounded annually with,  out requiring att&ntion of depositor^  Office hours: to-3; Sat. from, jo to 12'  Canada's  America's Great Transcontinental Line  and World's Pictorial Route.  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all i>oints East and West.  First-Class Sleepers on all trains from  Revelstoke and Kootenay landing.  Tourist Cars past Medicine Hat:  Daily for St Paul; Sundays and  ��s Jbr Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and "fJflston. Same  Cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  from all Points.  .  Except Sunday        Except Sundav  13:20 Leave Greenwood Arrive 16.10  For  rates   and   full    information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.REBPATH, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  W.F.Anderson,        EJ.Coyle,  Tra v. Pass. Agent, A-G.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  Its fabulous mineral resources, its location, electric and waterworks systems, and the Nine Producing Mines  that are now ready to ship ore, make it  the Mining Centre of the Boundary.  HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.  Established 1867.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]   $1,000,000  REST   -O-  -O  LET  I  G- W. RUMBERGER  TELL YOU THE REST.  Don't Leave the city until yqu see him.  -o  ��>-  .1  President, Hon. Geo. A. Cox.  General Manager HE. Walker.  Ass't; Gen'l   Manager. J.H. Pi.um.mer.  This bank has the largest number of  branches ofany Irank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  Accounts of Coporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any ]iart of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch,  ��. A. CAMERON,  . ..  Manager  CALGARY FLOUR  <a^�� ��  ,'*yiy?,*v��*ii  ye*-/  "^itfhfciui.^,  ��***^~;w-,'S  ^'^^^a^ar*-****^ $'���1  !���> ���  i||  ;l  it.,  a;   <  m  i..:a  h  THE  PI-IOKXIX PIONEER-.  .IUST RECEIVED a stoci;  OK LATEST   DESIGNS IN  WALL PAPER  And SNOW SHOES  Also  a "complete line  of Stationery,  Blank Books, Cigars and Tobacco.  Dominion Ave.     PHOENIX, B.C.  B* em.net ���-���&������ Co<  Watchmakers, Jewellers  ....and Opticians....  Fihe Watch Repairing of all  Kinds.    Prices Reasonable.  COLUMBIA HOTEL,  "Phoenix, B. C  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  Phoenix Miners' Union now has upwards of 250 members.     ���'���'  A. P. Nipgen, of Grand Forks, has  been in town for several days.  General business has perceptibly  improved during the last 10 days.  The Rossland hockey team beat  the Greenwood team last Saturday, by  .a score of 3 to 2.  In a couple of weeks the new B. C.  Iiotel, on Old Ironsides avenue, will  be ready for furnishing.  David Lang, Ph. B., missionary  at  rthe mines,  located at  Nelson,  B.C.,  ' was in town Wednesday.  Tom Lane, of Grand Forks, and a  property owner in Phoenix visited the  Pay Roll City this week.  The Chinese New Year terminated  Monday night, but of course no one  in Phoenix was made aware of it.  A choir has been organized for the  Presbyterian church, and will be heard  for the first time tomorrow evening.  A wedding is said to be on the program for next week, the" participants  .being well known residents of Phoenix.  George Breakenridge will soon bc-  ���gin cutting the second crop of ice  lrom the lake on the New .York-claim.  The Grand Forks Miner now appears as a daily with full Associated  Press dispatches. The Miner is always  a niost readable paper.  Mrs. Ralph Clarke, and little daugh-  _ .tcr Dorothy, -.who. have been visiting in  Phoenix for six weeks, returned to  Spokane last Tuesday.  After February 15th the Phoenix  postofrke will exchange mail* sacks  .daily with Greenwood, Grand Forks,  .Columbia and Rossland.  Today is pay day with the Old Ironsides,   Brooklyn,  Knob Hill, Granby  irlated and  Gold Drop  mines  The War Eagle pit  Jas. Hogan, ex sheriff of Snohomish  ^county, Washington, was in town this  ���week. He will probably go into busi-  m find a suitable location.  The professional men of Greenwood  have not yet mustered up courage to  accept the challenge of the Phoenix  professional men to a game of hockey  for the championship of the Boundary.  It is now authoritatively announced,  says the Grand Forks Miner, that the  railway spur into Phoenix will be finished this winter, all reports to the  contrary notwithstanding.  The building being erected on Standard avenue as a warehouse for Chas.  A. McClung & Co., collapsed in Monday night's storm, entailing a loss of  $100 to $150. No one was hurt, and  it will be rebuilt at once.  It is said that the Yale-Columbia  Lumber Co. are arranging to bring in no  less than 37 cars of lumber to Phoenix,  as a starter for the spring trade.  Already a beginning for their new lumber yard, at the upper end of Old  Ironsides avenue, has been made, the  lumber coming from the old Tillman  mill. An office building has been put  up there.  COMPANY, Ltd  Two Big; Stores  IN EACH OF WHICH IS CARRIED   A COM-   PLETE STOCK OF   *?��w  speciAl^f^Aidt0Qeneral flerchandise.  Groceries, Hardware,  Tinware,   Clothing,  Boots   and ~ Shoes,  and General Supplies.  '.?.>���.'  Notice.  Noticf, is herby given that an application   will   be  made  to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at its next session, for an  Act to incorporate a Company "with  power to construct,  equip,   maintain,  and opcr.ite   telephone and  telegraph  lineswithin and throughout  the Province of British  Columbia, and to construct, erect, and maintain such and so  many poles and other works and   devices as the Company deem necessary  for   making,   completing,  supporting,  using, working,  operating and   maintaining  the system of communication  by telephone  and   telegraph,, and to  open or break up any part or parts of  the said   highways  of streets as  often  as the said   Company,   its a'/ents, officers or workmen think proper, and for  the purposes of the undertaking to purchase, acquire, or lease, and hold and  sell and. dispose of lands, buildings or  tenements within the limits aforesaid,  and to purchase or lease, for..an/ term  of years,  any  telephone or telegraph  line established,   or to be  established,  in  British  Columbia,    connected,   or  to be connected   with the  line  which  the Company may construct,  and   to  amalgamate  with   or lease, its line  or  lines, or any portiorf or portions thereof, to any company possessing,''as proprietor, any line of telephones or telegraph   communication  connecting, or  to be connected,   with the said  Company's   line  or lines,  and to  borrow  money for the purposes  of the  Company,   and to pledge  or mortgage any  of the Company's  assets for that pnr-  pose, and to receive bonuses or  privileges from any person or body corporate, and with all other usual, necessary  or incidental   rights, powers or privileges as may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment of the above objects,  or any of them.  Dated this 15th day of December,  *8o$/f* . . .   ���      J. R. Brown,  Solicitor for the Applicants.  Pioneer Stores of Phoenix Camp.  Old Ironsides Ave. and Dominion Ave.,  PHOENIX, B. C  ������*���  ���������-  ������*-  ���4-  ���������-  ���������-  ���������  ������-  ���.���  It  ������  ������  ������������ ���  ������"  It  ������  H. E. Mitchell,  Fine Custom Tailor.  Has opened up a Choice Line of Imported and Domestic  Goods, which he will make up in the Latest  Style and warranted to fit.  Adjoining Black's Hotel, Dominion Ave.  c=> Phoenix, B. C.  4 ���  -fa  ���*���  -������  -*���  ��� ���  ��� ���  ���*������  ��� ���  -f ���  ��� ���  t:  -fa  -fa  >a  -fa  -fa  -fa  I:  a ��+4-M-+-f>���++���+-f -f+++��� ����������� ���+����� +++ -f-M-44-M-f������+��� ���������������� ���-f ���-f ���-> a  ��� ���*ii*iti*i**��*��*ii��i***ic   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  McRae's Sawmill  DONALD McRAE, Proprietor.  Rough and Planed lumber, Flooring, Sfaiplap, Rustic and  SHINGLES ON HAND.  We are prepared to furnish dimension 1 timbers.  Mill Located Two Miles West of Phoenix, B. G.  The Norden Hotel  J.  K. AHLMSTROM,  Fine Wines,  Liquors  DOMINION1 AVLNUE.  Manacer.  and Cigars.  -     '" PHOENIX, B. C.  Maple Leaf Hotel  TWIST & SANDERS, Props.  *��  FINE   WINES, LIQUORS   AND CIGARS  ALWAYS KEPT ON  HAND.  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE  PHOENIX, B.C.  I'll.  ,tendeat-of the Nelson & Vernon leie  ���phone'Co., was in Phoenix Thursday  .ion business connected with the system.  Proprietor Kaake, of the Columbia  hotel, has recently placed three large,  .beveled, French .plate, glass mirrors on  his back bar .that are probably the  finest seen in the Boundary,  Vaughan & Mclnnes' new cold storage warehouse, on Knob Hill avenue  is framed .and roofed, .and the building,  30x70 feet in size, is rapidly nearing  , completion.  Tie Greenwood  jc Company  A're 'now' prepared, to under  take the installing of lights on  the premises of intending consumers. Before any building  .he  Company's  be inspected by an officer o:  the Company. All work must  be done in accordance with the  rules of the National .Board of  Underwriters. . Prices and any  further particulars can be obtained at the office.of the Company located on Dcadwood  street.  Greenwood Electric Co.  Greenwood, B. C.  The Alhambra  Hotel and Theatre.  Hotel Phoenix,  W  C.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.  The Pioneer Hotel  A. Branson & Co.  Proprietors.  W.\j. Kintz,  Gen'l Manager.  Delphos Lawrenck  Amusement Mgr.  rp&n Day and Nights.  Accommodations for All.  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and -well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Koom and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH,Prop.  <KK>O<><><>0<KH><>O<K><>^^  The Town of  �������� ���  lie Vi Inter Ou  High  lass  Every Evening.  NEXT WEEK, ENTIRE  CHANGE OF BILL  Chiarie3 Burton  ���'     -   ���  -IN  JAGK  THE RIPPER.  ������-���������������"������-�����������������������������  Adjoining Imperial Hotel,  phoenix, b. c.  yO<kxm>ckk>o<kx><k><><><m:^^  Columbia Baths and Barber Shop*  Baths 50c, 3 for $*.00  Under Coi.umhia Hotel,  Phoenix, B. C   R. L. MILES, Prop.  The Coming Rossland of ^  the Boundary Country.  "M"f-H~M-M"*"f++  ���jo Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.  Railroad now being completed passes through the town/  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in  the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers.    Plenty of pure water  from lake on the property.  >���*��>���������  AUK NOW OPEN FOR   BUSINESS  WITH A GOOD   ASSORTMENT OK  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of ail kinds of  Rotfgh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Twmings.  Our Present Mux and Yards are Located as Follows:  mill and yard  w  Phoenix  Eholt No. i "  Eholt No. 2    "  Deadwood  . . . mill and yard.  Nakusp. .  . Robson. .--.  Rossland.:  ������-Xmlr^ ��� ������;___  ������'-    Green\voocf-^eTrt-office--{tti4]-^^     ��      "  vards ' ""  T "'"���    ~*" ��� "  Builders Hardware and Shelf Goods.  A large Assortment of TINWARE und CIRANITE-  WARE.      LAMPS,  (;LOBES    and   COAL   OIL.  A first-class  Tinshop  and Plumbing in  connection.  Tin Roofing a Specialty.  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  te Cifl  Long Lake.  ���~u  ~��>   '   J[jgF/~We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  O^r Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay!  C.H. MULLEN  PROPRIETOR.   Work called for and Delivered.     Special   rates to families and  hotels.    TTrst;dass-\vnrk guaranteed. -       - ,   _^   Cor. First St, and Knou Hill Ave, - PHOENTxTB, C.  For Prices and Terms, apply to  ��f f mmmi  Oier, (oiiiiis, IC (w.��\ Apt. Phoenix.  00<>-0<K>-S^CtO-p<HH>0<><K><X>0-0<K^  ,feV ''.,'  "CI  i  it

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