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Array r�� C8 ce -tb ^i�� 7r��;-�� r����  MEN      5>  ^ /��re working in the jf  ^ mines around Phoenix, j,  a7j-s^i^5><t>aj7-a>i>-��LS'Cj��'a  ^ The PavroHol'                  ^  j; PHOENIX        ^  v Is larger than that of  v  " any   other    Boundary   9  {; Camp.             ���;; ,             ?)  Devoted to the Interests cf the Boundary Mining District.  PHOENIX*BRITISH COLUMBIA, SA'lfjUR^AY, JANUARY 6, 1900.  No. 8.  ^tfWWUM^^  Attention  iQOt  iliners.,  and General Public.  WE ARE RECEIVING  Daily Carloads of Fresh Groceries,  . Up-toDate StyHsh Gent's Furnishings and Dry Goods.  Everything  From a -Needle to an Anchor  supplied at Prices that Can't be  Beat.  Quick Delivery.       Checks Cashed.  The Hunter-  Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Phoenix, B. C  BMmwwmwMi  doods Delivered Promptly  Additions  -^  Of Clean Fresh Qqods Makes  Our STOCK SECOND-TO  NONE in this Vicinity,  We have no room for Stale  Groceries, or Out of Date  Goods of any kind.  An Ever Increasing list of  Satisfied Customers is our  Best Recommendation.'  Prices and Quality Count.  Call and Be Convinced.  Dominion Avenue.  STRIKE ONIRONSIDES  Fine Ore Body Reached in the  300-Foot Level.  NEW RAILWAY TIME CARD.  WHOLE FACE OF CROSSCUT IN ORE  Was Found at 175 Feet In the East Drift, at a  Depth of 300 Feet, aad Is Considered a  Most Important Discovery.  A couple of weeks ago it was whispered around that an important strike  had been made in the Old Ironsides  mine. Inquiry at the office failed to  elicit any satisfactory iniormation, lor  the reason that a big stream ot" water  rushed out,' and no opportunity, was  then had to get at the,ore body. This  week, however, since work was resumed, alter the holiday., lay-off,' it was  lound, to the great .satisiaction ot  Manager Williams and lhe officials of  the company, that the strike was all  that was anticipated.  For some time past crosscutting has  been in progress eastward from the  300 foot level of the Old Ironsides, to  reach the ore body, When the workmen had proccedecl^about 150 feet, it  was noted that they were gradually  coming into ore, which was improving  with every shot lor 25 feet. Two  weeks ago, after a round, an immense  stream of water���considered a sure  indication of ore���rushed out. At  first the find'could not be investigated  on account of the water, and then" the  Christinas shuc-down came. However, a -powerful 5-inch pump was set  at work, and this week, since the  miners resumed work, something could  be seen of the extent of the.strike.  The whole face of the crosscut is  now in a fine quality of chalcopyrite  ore, and of course the extent of the ore  body has not yet been ascertained.  Assayer Q. B. Smith is now testing  sampled, which are sure to give good  values. Those in charge are highly  pleased at this new discovery,   y.  STILL TRACKLAYING ON PHOENIX SPUR.  Qai'io the  does Into Effect Next Monday, January 8fb-  Greenwood Station .About Completed.  A new time card has been arranged  on the Columbia &. Western branch of  the C. P. R., by which the outgoing  train will leave Greenwood 65 minutes  later than heretofore. It will leave  Rossland about an hour later also.  The first passenger trains to run on  the new schedule'' will leave Greenwood next Monday at 1.20 p. m.,  arriving at West jRobson at 7.50 p. ni.  and Rossland at ro.40 p. m. Returning the train will -leave .-Rossland at  S a. m., reaching Greenwood at 4.10  p.in.  :The new station at Greenwood is;  about completed, and a new station  I has also been constructed at West  Robson. At the latter place a dining  room will shortly be opened lor the  convenience of travellers. .  On account of there being another  town in Manitoba ot the same name,  Gladstone, on McRae Creek, has been  changed to Coryell. That of Niagara,  on the North Fork of Kettle river, has-  been changed to Fisherman.  In speaking of the condition of  freight traffic, Supt. F. IV Gutelius  said to a Rossland Record man:  "We have almost cleared up-the  freight blockade on the new line, having cut down to 42 the number of car  loads for the Boundary country which  arc waiting at West Robson. We are  now handling 32- cars of freight' daily  and, when we have caught up with  the business, can get freight through  from Rossland to Greenwood in 48  hours. After the tunnel is opened to  traffic in February the lime will be cut  down to 36 hours. The qpenjng of  the tunnel will also cut down the passenger- time about an hour, making the  trip.from Rossland'to Greenwood  occupy about-7^ hours.  MINESHAVE RESUMED  Development Begun After, the  Holiday Shut Down  MACHINtRY IN THE BOUNDARY.  Rossland Miner's Estimate of What   Was Installed I ;i 1899.  The Rossland Miner has published  I a table of the machinery installed in  j the Boundary country during: the year  EXPLOITATION STEADILY GOING ON  It is as follows:  Ironsides.���A 50-horse  power  Brooklyn Is Ready to  the Ralls  Ship Ore as  Soon as  Reach Phoenix,  Having   1500  Tons Now on Dump.  ���'.-'....   New Year's Nifht Dance.  New Year's night the Miners'Unioi  gave a ball in trig basement of the  MoRae building;on Dominion avenue.  Excellent music was provided, there  being lour pieces^ and dancing was  kept up till-carlyi,..in the morning.  Rails Now. Beta*, laid" by Hand 'QaXia the teupperivas^served aboufmidnighr^t  Winnipeg. the Mint restaurant, and  was  enjoyed  Last Saturday the tiacklaying  gang'by the large number, that took advan-  nd    machine,    which    had   reached; tage of it.    The dance was given   ior  Now that the holidays are over, and  the  people  have generally settled  to |  business   once  more,   the   mines  are'  nearly.', all working again with full forces. I  The Old Ironsides, Victoria and Knob'  Hill were among those closed down to I  give the men a little rest and to make!  needed   repairs    to    the   machinery.  This   was   done,   and   last   Monday  the  three  properties resumed w;ork in  full force.    Among the mines that are  working as usual close to   Phoenix are  the Brooklyn',   Old   Ironsides,   Knob  Hill, Rawhide,   War Eagle,   Victoria;  Gold Drop, Snowshoe, Golden Crown,  Winnipeg, and a number of properties  where smaller forces are employed.  It i.s pleasant to chronicle the fact  that, all through this section, and in  fact throughout-the Boundary, the  relations 01 the men and their employers are of a most amicable character.  No trouble of any kind has yet occurred, and the mines are all working on  the eight hour basis.  Hartford Junction, two miles from  Phoeniv, were suddenly taken off, and  ordered to Greenwood, to complete  the -main line to Midway. No explanation was forthcoming, and some  hasty individuals published it that the  track would not be laid into Phoenix  this winter. '.       ���  Yesterday, however, everyone was  set to guessing again, when a big gang,  probably 100 men,' arrived at Hartford Junction, to recommence the putting down of the sieel, which will be  done by hand. It is understood that  the balance ofthe rails will first belaid  to the Winnipeg mine, after which, it  is asserted by those who claim to know,  that the small gap left to reach Phoenix will be completed. -.  President Shau'ghnessy, when on  his recent trip to the Boundary, is reported to hayer stated that, though  eight feet of snow had to" shovelled,  the rails would be laid into Phoenix  this winter. In spite of rumors to the  contrary, the probabilities -". are * that  this will be done.  the benefit ofthe building \inid lor the  Mineis' Union Hall, now being erected, and netted a cpmiortable sum /or  that purpose. ���   -   *   '-'���' '     '     '���  Killed at Greenwood Depot.  Gabrief Brunno, an Italian "was  killed 'on New Year's day near the  C. P. R. depot in Greenwood. With  two others ,he was walking on the  track when he was struck by a box  ear, his spine fractured and death ensued instantly. On Wednesday the  coroner, Dr. Jakes, held an inquest,  and the train officials were exonerated  from blame for the fatality. Deceased  was a young unmarried man, and it i.s  said his only relative, an uncle, lives  in Grand. Forks. Brunno had been  employed for some little time on one  of the railway gangs.  Aa Exchange of Palpits.  Rev. Jos. McCoy, of Cascade, will  occupy the Presbyterian pulpit tomorrow evening, and Mr. Stewart will  preach in Cascade. Mr McCoy enjoys the distinction of having built up  one of the best little parishes in the  presbytery, including a new and commodious church building, and is  universally esteemed by the residents  of his town.  Old Ironsides Waterworks.  This-week a carload of waterpipe  arrived at Hartford Junction, for the  Old Ironsides water system, which is  now being installed. The pumping  station has been built in the. gulch and  a boiler put in place. On the hill on  a level with the No. 2 shafthouse, the  lumber'is all on the gronnd for a tank  that will have a capacity of 50,000 gallons. It is believed that this will afford  ample water supply for that part of the  city. Mains will be laid through the  principal streets as fast as required,  and already a large amount of digging  has been done lor this purpose.  LX. CRAWFORD,  Real Estate and Mines.  w  ,     , "    ���������   .     *'���''���-  Selling Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVISION, Town  of Phoenix.  OFFICE: KNOB HILL AVENUE,  Phoenix, B.C.  la Boundary Mines.  The Brooklyn is ready to, ship the  minute the rails are laid to Phoenix,;  there beingsomc 1,500 tons of ore now  on the dump.  The first shipment by rail'from  Deadwood camp was recently made to  the Trail smelter from the Mother  Lode mine. It amounted to 100 tons.  The machinery lor the 15-driII air  compressor, hoist, pumps, etc., has all  arrived at the Buckhprn mine, in  Deadwood camp, and is being installed.  <: At the War Eagle the buildings for  the machinery are substantially completed, and masons are now,busy setting the big boiler in place, that will  run t])e.compressor;:..'.:...'..... ,^'.'7..... --'--,-������������'  .".'.'The Blue Jay, In''Skylark cam]) is  bcing^ worked -by. Elmer Edwards.  The shift is down '60 leet, and a contract has been'let to'coritinue it to the  100-foot level, when crosscutting will  begin.  ��� Assessment work was started on.the  Myrtle fraction this week, adjoining  the Old Ironsides. The ciaim lias  fivea-:rtis and is three cornered, but is  iu a valuable locality. R. M. Mclntire,  of Greenwood, is one of the:owners.  The'Cresceht, in Providence camp,  is being actively^'o],erated by Spokane  capitalists. The main shaft is down  80 feet, and there are over 160 feet of  drifts. 'Some fine high grade ore is in  sight, and the owners think they have  a big proposition.  Last night the Stemwinder. closed  down. Supt. Robbins states that the  work was too slow by hand, but that  work will be resumed again on the  property as soon as the 30-drill compressor, how- being manufactured in  the east, is installed.  H. M. Keller, superintendent of  the Mother Lode and No. 7 properties,  has'gone to New York, to arranre if  possible for resumption of work on the  latter. The Transvaal war was the  immediate cause of shutting down re  cently on the No. 7.  1899-  Old  hoist.  City of Paris.-���A ten-drill compressor with the necessary drills!  Winnipeg.���A six-drill  compressor,  hoist, boiler, ecc.  Knob Hill.���A six-diill compressor  and five drills.   . .;  Granby; Consolidated. ��� Pumping  machinery.,  ���Brandon''& Golden   Crown.���Five-  drill compressor, boiler and two drills.  Rathmullen.���Three-drill co'mpress-  or, two drills, hoist and pump.  B. C. Copper Company.���Hoist,  pump and two drills.     - _     ���   ;  King Mining Company'. (Oro Denoro.) Three-drilljair compressor, 40-  horse power boiler, Lidgerwoo.d hoisting engine, No. 5 Cameron sjnkmg  pump, ore cars, ore buckets, tu^, drills  and a 42x10 air receiver.  Snowshoe Mine.���A 40-horFe power  boiler, a Lidgerwood hoisting engine  and a No. 5 Cameron pnmp.  B, C. Mine.���A 20-drill compressor, three 80-horse power boilers, one  40-horse power boiier, 18-horse power  hoisting engine, 16 drills with- mountings, and a saiety cage.  Montreal and Boundary Creek Mining Company (Sunset mine)���A 20-  drill compressor, two 80-horse power  tubular boilers, 75-h0r.se power Lidgerwood hoisting engine, safety cage, ore  cars, and 10 machine drills -with  mountings.  This list of course, is in addition  to those plants that were put in previous to 1899. ���. But, nevertheless, it  is far from complete,  omitted being the following:-  Brooklyn���A 5-drill compressor,  hoist, etc,  Stemwinder���Hoist, pump, etc.  Goid Drop���-.Steam drill plant, hoist;  etc. -, .  War Eagle'���Half of' 15-drill duplex  cqmpre.-.sor, hoist,, pump, etc. ���������,-.'������  j--Buckliornr-r i5'dri!l- '���__ compressor,  hoist, pumps, etc.,   -./'   '-.  '   '    .-"4".'.  Besides these a ^number of plants-  are now being manuiactured,- inc tiding compres.sors;of large capacity Jor  the Old Ironsides, Dominion Copper  Co., Gold Drop, Greyhound and  others. ������.  among  others  An Absent Minded Beggar.  The suggestion, made by the Pioneer, to get up a "Pay, Pay, Pay" entertainment in Phoenix, in aid cf the  Mansion.House Fund, is being favorably considered. This fund is for the  benefit of the wives and children of  soldiers fighting for the empire in  South Africa, and is being taken hold  of all. over Canada, as well as elsewhere, most successfully. Greenwood  is preparing one and Phoenix should  get in line, and have a rouser in the  Miners' Union hall, as soon as opened.  A. G. Simpson will be. pleased to consult those interested at anytime at  the Old Ironsides townsite office.    .  Five New Foresters.  Court Cimeron, Independent Order  of Foresters, initiated five candidates  last Wednesday evening at. the regular  meeting. Next Wednesday week will  be the last meeting at which-new members can get their names on the charter, and thus be entitled to the special  entrance rates. For the present meetings are held over Foley Bros, store  on Dominion avenue.  The provincial assembly met at Victoria Thursday, and is already haying  a lively time.'    It has a majority of one  ah'd it is a question Whether  hold together. Boundary is  ised representation,-   -,-  IN THE L0:AL FIELD.  The little paper called the New's,  printed in Greeiiwood and mailed in  Phoenix, .has.joined the great majority,  the wintry blasts being.too mueif-for' it;  .Since getting in their stock of hay  and oats by rail, the Phoenix Fee.l  and Produce Co.'report their business  improving. They have a car of Calgary flour now on the way.    ' - ���'.'  The increase of business  with'the  Hunter-Kendrick Co. .has necessitated  the putting on of a delivery rig.,,'Sev-.  eral carloads of goods   have  recerttly  been received by this enterprising firm:  Contractor David Mutchsler, of .the  Forks, arrived yesterday, and has begun Work on the building-'to "be occupied by the Eastern- Townships Bank?  It will probably be ready in two weeks.  George Conway, a lumberman from-  Tillman's mill, was hurt Monday by a  falling tree.' He is sulTering from a.  fracture of both bones in his leit leg,  and is being cared lor at the Greenwood, hospital.   ��� '  Last Saturday the carpenters' finished up the interior of Graham.& Prenr:  dcrgast's Union hotel, corner Dominion and Banner street. The house is  plastered, and is.one of the coziest  hotels in town. r '���'.-.  Thomas 17. Buckton, B.A., a graduate of Toronto univei'sitv, arrived yesterday, and on Monday will commence  his duties as.instructor in the Phoenix  public ..school. He comes with' high  recommendations;  CannifT, Hose & Denco'n have been'  erecting a temporary buildJwjjj-this'week  on Dominion avenye, tone used till  their permanent structure is built.  Mr.CanniiT is on the ground, looking-  after details. The firm will carry.a  complete line of hardware. '  George W. Wooster, of Spokane,  treasurer of the Old Ironsides, Knob  Hill'and Granby companies, who has"-'  been spending several days in Phoenix, ���  left Thursday for Grand Forks.  While here he made a.trip over to the  City of Paris and Lihcon mines, in  White's camp. :-  R. A. Coulter, in'the Bank of British North America, and R. A. Palmer,  both of Greenwood, have been notified  by the militia department to proceed  to Calgary to join the  mounted   con-,  it can 1 tingent from tlie Northwest for service  *����������� >��� si  K 1 ,��Vp  > rt **  h  <f*f>  Tfrl  O-v.  v     i  ty<-<r ���*���* i  1% ^  ^^t  'Iii'        '  . prom-  in the second  the Transvaal.  Canadian   regiment for  At  ;!SW!!80WS)W8��w��sskmw|��}I!(!^ Irtwwwim-'������'ji*f"  II THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  K, B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,1  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A. CORYELL & CO.,  Civil and Mining Enginekrs   Provincial Land Survkyors.  established 1888.  Grand Forks and 'Phoenix, B C  H. 8. CAY LEY.  W.H. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  A. E. ASHRGFT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  BAUF-R & ASHCROFT,  Vancouver, ��. c.     GREENWOOD, B. C  ANGUS K. STEWART  CUSTOMS BRQKF.R,  WOOD, .WILDING,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J. M. CLARK,  HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.  PAPER HANGING ANP DECORATING.  Phoenix St., PHOENIX, B. C  SCOn & McLAREN,  Contractors and Builders.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B. C.  DRS. FOSTER & BOUCHER,  PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.  OFFICE!  IMPERIAL  HOTEL.  Telephone. .. PHOENIX, B. C  MEMBER FROM PHOENIX.  Nearly every journal of consequence  in the province acknowledges that the  Boundary district  should have a  representative in the provincial assembly.  The  member   from  Rossland  riding  promised'to .advocate this at the last  session, but seems to have been too busy  to attend to it.    The members themselves, as a rule, do not deny that the  tacking on of Boundary  to Rossland  riding by the-Turner government was  an   unfair   makeshift.    Granting   all  these  things to be so, there is  reason  to believe that a redistribution bill will  be brought in early in the present session, by which Boundary will be given  a separate member.    This should take  nlace before adjournment and before  another  appeal to the people,  which  seems to be very freely predicted.    Ii  the legislature adjourns without doing  justice in this ^way to the  Boundary,  this section will be solid  against  the  government.  But when we are-granted a member,  where is he likely to come from ? That  is the query that is already agitating  several would-be politicians. Greenwood and Grand "Forks will' both  doubtless be strictly in the race, and  it seems equally probable that Phoenix, being the next largest town in the  proposed new district, will have the  balance of voting powei. It is not  believed that Gi and.Forks or Greenwood will agree with each other on a  candidate, as both would"' prefer the  plum. Yet one of them might be satisfied if a good man .could be found  whose residence is outside of both 01  those cities. Such a man can be found  right here in Phoenix, who would ad-  mnably fill the bilj.  The Pioneer is not shouting for any  one man, nor. is it promoting any particular person's political aspiration,  but we have as good legislative timbei  here as can be found in the Boundary.  Voters should think this matter over.  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED ON SATURDAY BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX, Man.  SUISSCHII'TION HATES.  "One Venr        ...        -       82.00  HU Mouths  ���*       -        -        -        -   -1.2:  Advertising rotes made known onni>i>HcRtioii.  Afcntf for tbe Pioneer.  The'Pioneer'can be found on sale  at the following places: M. W^Simp-  son and Linton Bros., Rossland; Thomson Stationery Co., Nelson; J. W.  Graham &',Co., Spokane; R. F. Petrie,  (irand Forks; H. A. King & Co.,  Greenwood;" IV Walker/ Midway;  'Phoenix News Co.^ Phoenix. McRae  Bros. & Smith, Phoenix,  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  Quite a number oBleaves;'were turned over , in'v Phpehix^ oti New Year's  day. *���'  By one certain - "jab in the jaw,'  Kid McCoy knocked out Peter Maher  in New York on New Year's eve.  Great aches fro.m little toecorns grow.  ~ In their first battle members of the  Canadian contingent in the Transvaal  war were in the lorefront. They are  likely to be in that position for some  time to come.  <D  ��  rd  r3  +3  4^  r���1  3���  N  ��  rO  t3  CCS  i-H  a.  O  m  TJ  rt  ���  c3  >>  ���40  r-i  "tf ���  4^  2  H  O  P  O  O  O  ��  A  >>'  +3  H  a  >(_i  o3  %  rrV  O  be PP.  ��� rH  ,0  ��  ��  +3  o3  .a  ���a  m  rt  &  0  0  0  r���1  G3  %  m  P  t3  +2  c3  Tfl  (D  m  m  r-H  ��  0  43  O  w  O  00V3  fcf*  BOUNDARY FLOUR AND FEED CO.  Greenwood and Columbia, B. C.  .....SOLE AGENTS FOR......'  The Celebrated Calgary Flour  Famous all Over the Dominion.  fiU5aGARIA,iPATENl  j Manufactured from .1  Hay and Oats at Lowest Market  Prices, iii Car lots or less.  Write or 'Phone, for quotations.  Special rates on- large orders.  P"  _T/H. INGRAM, M^r.  <  UJ  km  O  o  aa2lT-ri  -'*���><<.,  The "doggerels of war" have been  let loose, and if something is not done  to choke them off there aie likely to be  some dead' ��� would-be poets lying  around-in editorial sanctums.  OUTLOOK FOR THE L0MINQ YEAR.  A man who Jooks on the bright;  side of things isa desirable citizen,  ands conversely, one who is continually  pessimistic and i.s a systematic cala'm-  ity hosier, is undesirable. Every city,  town and community usually has its  :full quota of both kinds of individuals,  ,and the Boundary i�� no exception.  The outlook for the lioundary country  generally Ion! the coming year is especially full of promise. _ While the growth  ,of the last year, has been lapid, that  of this year and of the years to come  will be of a more solid and substantia!  character. Now that the railway is  built, commercial enterprises-of-all  kinds can be carried on to the best  possible, advantage, and as a consequence they have been flourishing to  no small degree.  In mineral development, there has  been an enormous increase in the last  year. Now that .such .large quantities  ; of mining machinery are being placed  in position, there is reason to believe  that the year 1900 will outstrip 18991  several times over. This means a  largely increased payroll in all the  camps and a greater degree of prosperity generally in a business way.  Some persons anticipate quick growth  and expansion with the opening of  spring, but a moderate, steady increase  in mining and business lines will be  more healthy and more lasting. Look-  ring at it conservatively, and ���' not making the wish father of the thought,  there is; every reason to believe that  1900 will show substantial and'lasting  progress in the Boundary, in which, of  .(.uu.se, Phoenix will share.  ' 'I he good roads movement throughout the province and the world is extending. An exchange says, for instance, that the* relief of Kimberley  would be a good-Rhodes movement.  -The combatants in the Transvaal  observed the holidays to some slight  extent by throwing shells filled with  plum pnddings at each other. But  they are now .at it again, hammer and  tongs.  Calgary is the farthest western point  where recruiting has been going on for  the second Canadian contingent, and  northwest mounted policemen have had  the prelerence. As usual, there were  more,applications than places. This  contingent will give a* good account of  itself.  Up here in the Boundary we think  we have just cause for criticising the  mail service. But the Victoria Colonist has a little story in its issue of December 29th that discounts anything  yet noted. The previous day the  Colonist received'a-copy oftheNelspn  Economist of June 28th.    Next!  What is the matter with getting up  a Mansion House Fund in Phoenix?  No better object than to raise  monev  '   :    ' .   V' ���    ���.   . .;���'���'���  for the wives and "farrjilies . of British  soldiers, in South Africa could be  found just now. In Nelson some $800  was raised in one night by a public  smoker for this purpose, lossl.'ind is  getting up another, and, everywhere  the idea is popular. Who will volunteer to take hold ofthe matter? The  columns of the Pioneer a/e open for  suggestions.  Vauqhan ,'& McInnes,  The Pioneer  ...Butchers,  OF THE CAMP.  We handle all Kinds of'Beef, Pork, Mutton and V^al.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.    Our Prices Are Right.  Old Ironsides Avc.        PiTO G  Many persons have an idea that this  is. a leap year. This topic and that as  to when the twentieth century begins  have been much in evidence of late.',  This is not a leap year, and (che .twentieth century will not begin till January 1, 1901. The best authorities  agree on both points.  Hon., Mr. Tarte has been severely  critici/-.ed, to put it mildly, for objecting  to the sending of Canadians to- the  war. The proposition to give Mr.  Tarte a commission to Paris scens to  meet with universal approval. Of  course the conservatives are making the  most in a political way of Mr. Tarte's  unfortunate animadversions. It was a  b.ad break on his part.  E. C. KEITH & CO.  -IIANDLE-  Real Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper   properties   Wanted.  Some choice lots in Phoenix  ."'oii Reasonable terms.  PHOENIX, B. C,  CANADIAN  PAQFICRY.  AND SOO LINE, ���  Canada's National Highway.  America's Great Transcontinental Line  ���    aad World's Pictorial Route.    ''  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all points 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  Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and Boston. Same  Cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and'  from all Points.  Except Sunday        Excf.pt Sunday  13:10 Leave Gcenwood Arrive 16.10  For   rates  and fullest  information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.REDPATH, Agent, Greenwood, B.C,  W.F.Anderson,        EJ.Coyle,  Trav. Pass. Agent,        A.G.l'.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  IRBURN5&CO.;  j __   PHOENIX  MARKET.        |  I Wholesale ad Retail Meat Merchants. \  ��� ���HEAD OKKICE KOR HOUNOARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, ��. C. ���  HEADQUARTERS, NEI.SON, II.- C. *  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City, Z  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade, ���  Grand-Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix. ���'  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  ���  All orders receive prompt attention. ������  Hartford Hotel,  <^==__Hartfqrd Junction, B. O.  This hotel, which is new, is located at. the jnnctioti  of the Phoenix and Winnipeg branches of the C. P.  R.< All the railway traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call.  JOHN DORSEY, Prop'  The Phoenix Lively Barn and   L-l L_i ,   ���   ���- L*#~F&t& Stables��� ��rf  '-   ''��'   ��� HEDGE & CO., Prc'phieiors. .  > Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.'   Heavy Draying. >  , ��� ; ' Charges Reasonable. , v  STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX, 13. C.  i?-$K^i*S7477$$7<s>73>^ <$^<3><3n8t3*s7<^��7��><$^  I The British Columbia Wholesale f  Liquor Company, Limited.      f  R. GREIGER, Manager.  ^M��� Pabst  I ^^tOMPLETE LINE OF BAR SUPPLIES..**.*.*  .. .GREENWOOD, B.C.... .  Stai^e Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix'at 8 a. in. and 2 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves  Greenwood at 10:06 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Greenwood Time,        p.;  GOOD RIGSrGOOD STOCK AND FAST TIME.  MANDEL & MURPHY, Props.  #^T��^T^ySyJV��^7S><7^^<7Jy7^^7^Jy7j^  DEALERS IN  FURNITUR  ��3  JL�����f������  With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more en route, wo can  fill any order, frdm the largest, Hbtel to th? Coziest Homo.  '���������'��� Let us-figure on your order.  UNDERTAKINGJAND EBIEM.WIWG.  Old ironsides Aveiiuei  If     ' - PHOENIX* B.X.  .f| @~~~ ~T". "-'.-������ ������<���'. :.....     p.:   .   , ���   .   '     ��� ��� ��� ���'���������'  J  ���a  I  ii'  -4*  0  I  1  -��  .?#  w  m  m  m  ��� .,w  :'0��t  ���'&M  ���&i  M  :'pfr  fair. ���'���    ��� >  WtfMWMJwaiaii^uflaiMsffliAHiaattWMii'iiiuimJiyj  SV!MVtWA!A!^i^m;i,WVS^&M^ 1  ���a  THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.'  1  ii'  4  "if  I  ��A1  %  .1  t  M  ���<"���<?&  ;.'.-'���;#  Ml  ���M  II,  >gS.  i!vl<l,  DRUGGISTS *nd  STATIONERS.  CARRY A FULL LINK OK  Drugs,  Patent Medicines,  Toilet ; Soaps,  '; Perfumes,  and Stationery.  prescriptions a specialty.  &  Remember the Location,  Old Ironsides Ave. P1.0ENIX,B.C.  ++��4*+H+4+i  IN THE BOUNDARY.  the  ���Work is nearly   completed on  new railway station nt Eholt..  The new town of Deadaood is having a little boom all by'itselt*. .    ��  Times are expected to be brisk in  Camp McKLinney this winter.  The Foresters gave an annual ball  at Grand Forks Monday night.  Foundations for the big power house  at Cascade arc about completed.  The septic tank sewerage system has  been recommended lor adoption in  Greenwood.  The first shipment of Republic ore  lias been made over the C. P. R. from  Grand Forks.  Grand Forks now has a typographical union and a newsboys' union, with  other unions about to lorrn.  ' Tracklaying is now going on to Midway, and in two or three weeks more  the residents oi that town will be happy.  The.sta^e line between Cascade and  Grand Forks is once more -being operated, now that- the reads are passable  again.  7.  Some 34 votes in favor of granting  ���' the Mother Lode smelter a'cash bonus  ot $3600, were recently cast in Greenwood and but one against it.  Greenwood, Grand-Forks,: and���* Columbia will soon have municipal election!., and would-be: candidates ' are  governing themselves accordingly.  ���j.. The C.P., R. has at ;last got the  "consent of Columbia to the grading 01  a street to connect the railway depot  by a more direct route with the town  of Grand Forks.  Chris. Peterson, who was recently  killed at the Iconoclast mine, on the  West Fork by a cave in,, was well-  known in the Boundary district, especially in Greenwood.   ..  Rev. Henry Steele, of St. Luke's  Church, Tacoma, has been appointed  to the charge of Trinity Church ol  England Mission, Grand Forks, and  will take charge on January 7th.  The wagon road irom Greenwood  to Central camp has been completed.  The total cost. was $4,000, of which  $3500 was contributed by the government, and the balance by citizens ol  Greenwood.  Greenwood has a by-law prohibiting the sale of goods on Sunday. Recently, a prominent merchant, Mr.  Miller, of the Wallace-Miller Co., was  arrested and given a sharp' reprimand  lor its infraction.-  W. A. Harkins, who for several  months sent out voluminous letters  from Grand Forks to journals all over  Canada, and thereby gave that town  considerable prominence, has resigned  ..and gone back east.  Sherriff Waisman and Deputy Gris-  wold at Republic, have been arrested  for kidnaping Martin S. Everett and  delivering him to Constable Dinsmore  at Carson, last summer. Everett is  now in jail'at Kamloops awaiting trial,  and the United States government is  looking into the kidnaping case.  NOT TWENTIETH CENTURY YET  Cannot  Possibly    Begin   Until   January I,  .1901.  In Phoenix, as elsewhere of late  there have been many animated arguments as to when the twentieth century actually begins. One century  cannot begin until the previous one is  is finished, and that cannot possibly be  complete with only 99 years to its  credit. Here i.s what the Spokesman-  Review says about it:   ..  "Of course," says a writer in the  Ladies' Home Journal, "everybody  knows that the 20th century will begin  on Tuesday January r, 1901." No,  everybody does not know that though  everybody should. There remain persons who keep insisting that the 20th  century will begin Monday, January 1,  1900, notwithstanding it is entirely  plain that a wheelman doing a double  century turn would not start on his  second century with the first rod of  his 100th mile. He must ride out  that hundredth mile, but having done  that, he will be free to start another  "century," or, drop off and fan himself.  A Spokesman-Review reader fakes  exception to this paper's recent statement that, "the first century of the  Christian era began with the.year one."  If not then, when did .it'begin? With  the year two, or three, or five? It began with the beginning of the year 1,  and every succeeding century has  started with a 1.  Men and brethren, before coming  into print in defense of the contention  that 99 make a century, or engaging  in animated debates with friends and  relatives, go into a quiet nook and  think. If you arc a man, ask yourself  if you would consider a hundred-dollar note satified with the payment of  $99. If a woman, ask yourself whether you want the change when you get  a 99 cents' "bargain" and hand over a  dollar. No, indeed, 99 years do not  make a century.  If doubt and perplexity still haunt  your mind, hum over the familiar  tune, and remember that while ','there  were ninety-and-nine that safely lay in  the shelter of the fold," one was away  on the bleak mountainside. A few  clays more, and the 99 years of the 19th  th century will have been gathered into  Time's mighty fold. Hut one is away  on the dim peak of Futurity���the hun-  dreth���and no man can foresee his  fate, or know any of the things it hath  in store for him.  FOR.  FINE  JOB  WORK  BANK  Do not forget .the Phoenix Pioneer office. We  are daily turning out a  high grade ol printed  matter ��� the kind you  want   m  When you need ANYTHING in the S^tion-  ery or Printing Hue, you  make no mistake in  coming to the  PHbENIX PIONEER,  Phoenix, B.  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  PAID-UP CAPITAL,.. . .$4,866,666  RESERVE FUND $1,460,000  LONDON OKFICF.:  3 Clement's Lare, Lo.nbard Street, E.G.  C.  Miners Union Meeting.  The Phoenix Miners Union No. 8,  holds regul: r weekly meetings on Tuesday evenings at 7.30 o'clock.  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  WiLLAMF.NA Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located���-Greenwood camp.  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 (or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant ofthe above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22 nd day of December,  1899.      :  Palorcia  The Shoemaker.  Ready for business  at his new stand on ���  PHOENIX ST.  a few doors  above  the Post-office.  Give him a call when  you want Shoes or  Boots that Fit, <�� *&  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established 1867.  PAID-UP-CAP1TAL $6,000,000.  '���' [Six Million Dollars.]  RKST  . $1,000,000  President...... Hon. Gf.o. A. Cox.  General Manager. .. . .B. E. Walkkr.  Ass't; Gen'l  Manager.J.H. Plummer.  , This bank has the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  Clmeroa Coart 1.0. F.  Cimeron Court, Independent Order  Forresters, meets first and third Wednesdays of  each   month.      Visiting  brethren are cordially welcomed.  Alan Simpson,     J.E.W.Thomi'son,  ���Rec. Sec C. R.  Rcclpt For Making a Boer.  Max O'Rell's receipt for "making a  Boer" is worth recalling just now.  Here it is:���'lake all that is dirtiest,  bravest, most old fashioned, and most  obstinate in a Breton; all that is most  suspicious, *ly, and mean in a Norman;  all that is shrewdest, most hospitable,  most puritan, and most bigoted in a  Scot���mix well, stir ,and serve,; and  you have a Boer, or if you will, a boor."  Max adds that the world gods  around too rapidly to allow the Boer  to stand still. He will have to mend  or end; '". ��� ���'���''���  MINERAL ACT 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  .  NOTICE.  The Jokf.r Mineral'claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mini"-' Division  of Yale District.  \Vhere Located:���Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free Miners' Certificate No.  B13128, Michael Sullivan, Free Miners'  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, niust be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Sixteenth day of November, 1899.  Accounts ofCoporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made. li  A general Banking /business transacted. I;  Greenwood Branch,  $:% CAMERON,  Manager.  Spokane Falls &  Northern System.  NELSON AND FORT SHEPPARD RY. CO  Red Mountain Railway.  Administrators Notice.  re J. C. M. DAVIS, Deceased.  Notice is hereby given that by an  order made in the County Court of  Yale, holden at Kamloops, dated . the  "20th day of December, 1899, the undersigned was appointed adminstrator  of the personal estate and effects of J.  C. M. Davis, late of Phoenix, B. C,  deceased. All persons having claims  against the estate, of the above deceased, are requested to send same, duly  verified, to the undersigned before the  27th day of January, 1900; and all  persons indebted to the said deceased  are requested to pay the amount of  such indebtedness to the undersigned  forthwith. Frederick J. Fulton,  Official  Administrator for the County  Court District of Yale.  Kamloops, 1). C.  The direct and only All-Rail   Route  between the Kootenay District  ���and all���  British Columbia Points,  acific Coast Points.  uoet Sound Points.  Eastern Canada and United States.   CONNECTS AT SPOKANE WITH   GREAT NORTHERN RY.  O. R. R. c<c NAV. CO.  NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.  Maps furnished, tickets sold and in  ormation given by local and connect  ng ticket agents.  Passengers for Kettle River and  Boundary creek connect at Marcus and  Bossburg with stage's daily.  H. A. JACKSON, G.P. & T.A.  Spokane, Wash  court ok directors:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas-  pn'rd Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoare, K.J.B.  Kendall, J.J.Kingsford, Fred Lubbock,  George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Head office in Canada: St. James st.,  Montreal.  H. Stikc.;.r.i., general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  BRANCHES IN CANADA.  London, rantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. II., Brandon, Winnipeg, Freder.icton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver. Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcrolt, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T,, Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B. C.  Ali.ENTS 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.7.. India,  China and Japan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, Ixindon and China, Agra Bk.  W. Indies-Colonial Bk. Paris-Marcu-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyorinais.  JOHN W. SMITH, Acting Mgr., Greenwood, B.C.  T:  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  he Leading Hotel oiike City.  Everything New Throughout.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  Pav orite Resort of Mining' Men.    ,  <& <& Give us a Call <&:-����  . W.ABBOTT, Mgr-  POSTY & WALKER  The Pioneer Merchants ofthe Camp,  still catering to a large share of the  trade. .   ' ,-  Headquarters for Miners*  Splendid   Assortment  of  Clothing, Groceries,  nhiers' Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  etc.  M  REMENBER THE MAINE,  Shaving Parlors  and Bath Rooms.  BASUMENT 110URK  BUILDING.  PHOINIX, B. C,  The Norden Hotel  J. "E. AHLMSTROM, Manager.  I Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, ....  PHOENIX, B. C.  All o  on the recent C.P..R.  Excursion to this  place/agreed that  Is the coming town of the Entire  Boundary Country and has more  to back it.  The town now has about  Inhabitants  It has a Water Works System, soon to be  completed to supply 5000 persons.  It   will  be lighted by electricity   in   the  course of Thirty days.  It is in sight of nine producing mines that  are now ready to ship ore.  Lots have doubled in value since being put  on the Market.  ' For information, prices, etc., address  &>���  Corner Dominion Avenue and Phoenix Street,   PHOENIX, B.G  *,:'���T!-V" *�����������"  /*  '.t i  ���."'I.  ��� -u"- -s��� -n�����w  .~i*��  1     1> '  in twm��i/ ���*. i  'i t PITT:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ricsiae Drj>s.  *.     -DOMINION ^WE-  ���    (P~:_:i :  Holiday Goods  In Great  Variety.     Come in  and.inspect Our Stock.  Views of Pho?n'".:  . -. Mounted -on Xmas Cards:   .. -  Send.them.to Your Friends.  B*emne?.;& Go*  Watchmakers, Jewellers  ....aad Opticians...;  line Watch Repairing of all  Kinds.    I'rices Reasonable.  COLUMBIA*-HOTEL,  Phoenix, B. C,  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  The recent snows bave made excellent sleighing hereabouts.  P. Burns & Co. began running a  local delivery vehicle this week.  W. T. Raake is excavating a large  basement under his Columbia hotel.  T. J. Gorman, of Summit City, has  transferred his hotel license to Andicw  Anderson.  ' Most of those who went away to  spend the holidays are back once  moie, attending to business. .  Tiavellcrs should, note,-^change of  time of arrival and dcpartuie of tiains,  reierrcd to in another column.  Mrs. Frank Robbins.'i'vife' of the  superintendent ot the Dominion Copper 'Co., anived in camp Thuisday  evening..,  J... A. Munson opened' his5 hotel last"  Tuesday   oil  Old  Ironsides' avenue.  Billy Milne officiates at  the wet goods  counter.   - ' ���     -   .    '  A "number of carloads of merchandise have been received at Hartlord  junction, since the track was laid to  that'pbint,"   ��� ,      ' '  ��� Last Saturday Barrister Kerr moved  into hfe new cottage oh Brooklyn ave-  n'ue.'-'anti Mrs. K;err is now a resident  ��� of Phoenix. ''  'i;.'C. Crawford'has secured the  local agency lor several strong fire  insurance companies,' and is-now in a  position to write risks'.-'        '"  Kenneth C. D. Frith is the new  postmaster at Greenwood, who received  his official'appointment this week, vice  H. A. King, resigned.  .- Get your 1900 stock of office stationery at the Pioneer office; where ouly  superior stock is used and the highest  guide of work executed.  E.J. O'Loughlin, of Nelson, has purchased aiot on Old Ironsides avenue,  which he will build on as soon as  material can be obtained.  M. Mclntyre will do your transfer  work expeditiously and at reasonable  lates.' Leave orders at- B. C. Telephone Exchange, over the Pioneer  ���office.  Win. J. Cramer, the tonsorial artist,  visited Grand Forks early in. the week,'  *and returned .with Mrs.  Cramer and  family .wjio 'are.making their home-in  Phoenix.  Skaters. have been, trying the ice on  the lake on the New York miner. 1  claim, but find it pretty rough as yet.  The skating rink in Gicenwood, however, is open.  Mr. Tillman who formerly had a  sawmill'on the Anaconda road, is now  superintendent of the McRae mill,  just west of town, and the mill is now  running steadily.  Next Wednesday evening Miss Hazel  Church and Miss. Dora Mahoney will  give a dancing party at the Bellevue  hotel, on Knob Hill avenue. The  young ladies are making special preparations to give.a good time to all'their  guests. r.  Leonard Mclnnes, o'f Vaughan &  Mclnnes, arrived in town Wednesday,  and will remain and look alter the interests of the firm's business here.  The firm' has just put on a delivery  wagon for the convenience of their  customers.    "' :' ���-'     ������ .r .  NOTICE.  The British Columbia Southern  Railway, company will apply to. the  Parliament of Canada at its next session lor an act author.;*''''�� the company to complete at any time be.ore  the end of the year 1904 its western  section as described in the act ofthe said  parliament'' (60-61. Victoria, Chapter  36) and a branch line from a point  on its main line at or near the i'orks of  Michel Creek, thence by way of M ichel  Creek' to Martin Creek, and for other  purposes.  By order of the Board.  H. CAMr.iE.7i. Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1899.     17  The Gteenwood  Electric Company  Are now prepared to undertake the installing of lights on  the premises of intending consumers. Before any building  is connected to.the Company's  mains, the wiring will have to  be inspected by an officer of  the. Company. All work must  be done in accordance with the  rules of the National Board ol  Underwriters. : Prices and any  further-particulars can be obtained at the office of the Com-  , pany. , located . on Deadwood  street.  Greenwood Electric Co.  Greenwood, B. C.  YNK00P-STEPH1  Pioneer Stores of the Camp.  s  IN EJACH OP WHICH IS CAKRIED  A COMPLETE STOCK OF.......  8.VV:  44 �� 4 f + 414 4 + 4+444-f 4+++44444  FOR A GOOD  M.EALGOTO  The Mint  Restaurant  Harbf.r.& Thompson,  .Proprietors. ,,.     .^  ;'"v-' '���';'"|" " "#'���'"' "' '.'  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market  ..... Affords   DOMINION AVENUE.  Phoenix, B. C.  4444^fW4;444444444J44 ���������������������  SV*J  ���-���' General  Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,  .Clothing. Boots   and   Shoes,  and General Supplies.  Special Attention to Mining and Hotel TffacJe.  Old Ironsides Ave. and Dominion Ave., PHOENIX, B. C.  A Good Raso* a hws.my  Have a clean shave with a good razor.  Our Razors are Guaranteed.   We have all the necessaries.  '   Mugs, Strop and Soap all the Best. ,  ���PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED/  44 4 4 ��� + 4 4444444444444444444  ���*��� ������*  4  4  4  4  4  4  $        C. A. BALDWIN, Mgr.  4  +'  Every thing in stock thrt  should be found in an Up-to-  date News -and': Stationery  .establishment.-, ,  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  . Stationery,  Pipes,    ������ ���'  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  f  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review.  4  ���j  4  I  4-  X  4-'  4-  t  4  44444444444444444444444444  J. B, BOYLE, Drtiggist.  J- &  Dominion Avenue  t   0 Phoenix, B. C.  ' oo����e :  Shoes   made  in  any  style.'   Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of Leather Findingsf for sale.'��       ..",,<.  *������' ���''������' ''?��������� ���Harness Repaired   '��������.^-.^.a*j-��.   *-*^.��^.*w,^.^v+v-��-4-��--t-4-r4\ ���  I   H. E. MITCHELL,  ���4-       ,     . ���. *���. .*&��.'��� ���   ."-    ,>V  4��  MAPLE LEAF HOTEL  TWIST & SANDERS, Props.  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars  Always on,Hand.  *       ���   . \   "' 'W'~  OLD.IRONSIDES AVENUE,      '--,-'       -        PHOENIxtlB. C.  " WE HAVE GOOD ^   '  ���'  ���T"^*���.�����'*���   ^"^/^.^^       in short lengths.  Dry    VyOGd GENERAL TRANSECT.  .-.Delivered promptly by M. McINTYRE.    . ..  Leave orders at the B. C. Telephone Exchange. -'-'  ���4  ��� 4-  ii  ���4  ���*���  ���4  ���4  ���4  Fine .C^tpmJl^&r.  :^v;  Has opened up a. Choice Lincqf'Imported[and Domestic  Goods, which he'tvill make up ihHkp La(e.st  Style and Warranted-tofit. ��������� ���-/i'jvv;..'.::���:���:���  Aijoiaiag B!apk's Hotel, Dominion Ays.  1:  *:  t:  u  1  Phoenix, B. C.     %���  4��  iJEandD.  Formerly of Sandon.  Merchant Tailors.  -ft';'. :������:���  TllfPlI  -DEALERS   IN1���  phoenix'   BAKERY  C. W. Greer, Propr.  Special Attention Paid to  .- Hotel, Family and Mining Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN. &'THOMPSON,  -  PHOENIX; B. C.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  .��*>-<�� vfSXSirt*^  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and" Cigars always in Stock.  Comfortable ,aud well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Billing Room and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, PRor  Hay, Grain, flour agd Feed  ��� ��� \$$>h  ^.-"A  ���     X^ViM-be open in-a "few days witli a Complete   ���,  Assortment of the Latest Patterns in Suitings  Overcoatings, Etc.       -       /.  Cor. phoenix St. and Brooklyn Aye.; Phoenix, B. C.  :M  The Town of.  ^?.-.,l,r;.-.  Just Received a Carload of Calgary pats a^d Carload of Hay.  ���-P.��� "zpi :������'������ 'z ��� "  .��������������� j 7.-  Warehouse: Gorner Phoenix Street and Brooklyni(?s%enue, Phoenix,  Bi^|G  (Just above the post-office,^fe^ >'  ihi-.  Union  (Opposite Miners' lJ^ioff-HaIi)j  if  ��y; '-.C-V-'.-- .    ?fe  Gorner Dominion Avenue and Phoenix Street; Phoknix, \3.\ C.  In the Heart of Famous Grccawood Cami|My~:&  4444444444444  ��� ^��m:p  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country.  Graham & Pren'derg,'ast, ,P^6%--  This Hotel is Hard Finisn^Bar'F^irai^^ :���.;:  : ���' 1  Conveniently Arranged.     4 ���'r''P^e^0^d6ds.P^Wz,p-������'^;.       .',  J &      ��� ���;   -   ���      -      . .^,-%Vt tr^-K   ��� ' ���.������4-444444444444  H&immm^Clv a w a \r fir Pp-pVj'ri'irsri'A'^T ...!PprT9'fesi.:i" ;-.   --      :'"'������... '.,   ... ���  -' 250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.     .      ;       ,      ,  One-Half mile from tlie Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  .Railroad now being completed passes through tbe town.  Centre of six of the most prominent-mines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers.    Plenty of pure water  Columbia  ���:^'<--^C<'^p:P^<-Hl\  Comer DominionY&$������?.<-��� v:  and Phoenix St*e5iL \ ,.\  The Largest and-'Best Appointed Hotel  in the Camp. European plan. Newly  furnished and finished throughout.  W. T. KAAKE, Proprietor.  from lake on the property.;  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mocldings and Turnings. -     '  '    '  Our Presen't"Mill and Yards arf. Located as Follows:  Nakusp  mill and yard  Robson    "     "      "  Rossland.....:    "     "      "  Ymir  "     "      "  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards  i'hoenix. ..  Eholt No. 1.. . . .'... "  Eholt No. 2........ " "  Deadwood;.  " "  Kock Creek....... " '!  Lon" Lake  " ���"  mill and yard.  X << ll  . I       ..vitQ     ljuni.   We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  ies  For Prices and Terms, apply  lUdSW,       (ilffJ  er Columbia. 0.  to  mmzm  .��&  r--r?t3j-.-"V  ���*!<,_

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