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 foA-  V~-*^\.,  "so willing camp ���� the,Boundary  is*(itti.icliit)j   more   attention   than  xtpHOENlX^  if. on wish to receive'the ralulug  and gcuiral new* "T 'h'" ��i*.|. mid  ihe llouudary, subscribe to Jhe  1'iiiii.MX r.o.vi'.KK   :::.:;:  During the   year  TOMS or ORE  were  the mineaor  .   :   :  fPHOE   ��   j  . shipped from J /  NIX*'  For the fir��t five month* of 1901  over 90,000101111 ofore were shipped,or  at the rate of joo.ooo ton* annually.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY 6,  inoi  No. 34"  H. K. CO., Lcl.  Special  Sale  SHIRT WAISTS.  In White ami Colon.  V.l 00, Salt; Piico \2 00  2 00, " " 1 35  1 76. " " 1 20  1- 50, " " 1 00  1 00,     " .      ������ go  ac  Took Over 300 Phoenicians  to Grand Forks.  Of  ,' p.  J3 50  i- 3 00  2 2i  K. SKIRTS.  ?nle   Price <2 (15  ...    2 25  "        "       I 70  CRASH SKIRTS.  M 75   Sa'o   Price   $3 00  !J 50     "         "       2 05  8 00     .',         "       2 16  1 50     "         "        1 00      -  LADIES' WRAPPERS.  ' f 4 00   Halo   Price   f�� 00  2 51     "         "         1 05  2 25     "         "        1 70  2 00     "         "   "    1 50  1 50                "        1 00  ALL CELEBRATED DOMIXIOlf DAT  WHITE    UNDERWEAR  CORSKT COVKRS.  fi ic   Sale ' Price    40c.  00c  45c  AH  Summer  LADIES' NIGHT ROBES  Sale  It 50  200  Price  it  <1 00  1 50  Children's    Night   Robes,  Same Reduction.  LADIES'., CHEMISE.  -    "|3 00   Sale   Price   <2 15  .LADIES' DRAWERS.  12 00   Sale   Price   <2 16  LADIES'UNDERSH1RTS  fl CO   Sale , Price   $   ft.  200  1 50  WHITE COTTON  Sale  Price     10c  "   12'^c  '"       loc  12}(Jc  15c  - 18.i  , WHITE SHEETS.  V 25 , Sale   Price #   ft.      ���  PILLOW   SLIPS  ' 40c     8ale    Price'    30e  '.    36-        ' "        25c  SADIES' COTTON HOSE  ,   35c      Sale     Price     25<:  40c        "       *   "       30c  . .   60c -     " "  >   40c  v     j _���_  WMEUmmCO.. Uaaed  General Merchants,-Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Paints  We have passed into stock a full line of  Paints and Oils, put up in every size. These paints  are manufactured by the British America Paint Co.,  and are guaranteed to be the best obtainable. Getting  them direct from the manufacturers we can quote  the lowest possible price.  w?  ��  0000000000000 0000000 oqpoooooooooooooooooooooo  We have the   Remember  _  That we ran supply  your little needs in HARDWARE, as well as thfe !arge'  ones. During . the spring  housecleaning there are many  little things you will need.  We. have .them all. Hat and  Coat hooks, Shelf brackets,  flue stoppers, window screens,  etc., etc.  New  Redacting  Washer  This is positively the easiest  running machine on the market. Instead of the hardworking lever it has a fly  wheel, which turns so easily a  child can operate it.  vm  000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000  Still sets the pace. -You can always  be sure that you are buying your  Groceries right when you get them  here. " We give our customers the  benefit of careful buying in the best  markets. Get   our   prices   before  placing any order.  We unquestionably lead in the  ware aud Grocery business.  der is too small to commandour careful  attention.  oooooooooooooo 00000000000 00000000000000000000  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE.      J��  Phoenix Boyi Were Victorious at Football,  Bat Lost al Lacrosic-Maey Visitor* at  tbe Forki,  Last Monday there was a large delegation from Phoenix to the Dominion day celebration at Gran.l Forks.  Agent Dey, at the C.P.R. station sold  302 tickets for the smelter town, and  probably half as many more went  down in private rigs. The railway  people had been, advised of the  crowds likely to take advantage of the  special rate, but it had excursions all  over the system, and so tlieie was a  shortage of passenger coaches, which  was made up by improvising seats in  box cars, The train that went out of  Phoenix had five of these "side door  Pullman's" and three combination  coaches, and was crowded to the doors.  It was a poor service, but nothing better could be bad.  Prom a financial standpoint, as far  as the Giand Forks people were concerned the celebration was a success.  It lasted two days, but many returned  the evening of the first day. The  correspondents at the Forks estimate  that theie were 4,000 visitors in town,  but this is probably a liberal estimate'.  First Day's Reaolls.  " The drilling contest for a puise of  $200, donated by Jay P. Graves and  A. C. Fiumerfelr, of the Granby Co.,  pioved very inteiesting. Mike Burns  and Mike McNichols of Phoenix won  first money, $150. In 15 minutes  they drilled 47^6 inches in gi_.nitc.  The Rossland team���Cesare I'otestio  and Joe Wallace���won the second  prize with 36^. inches.  The lacrosse match between the  Grand Forks and Phoenix teams resulted } in,  a  victory  for  the former,  The new Westmount race track was  formally inaugurated in the afternoon  with a prize list for the two day's meet  exceeding ��3,000. There weie entries from Lewiston, Idaho; Walla  Walla, Spokane, Conconnully, Cran-  brook and Rossland.  Dolly, ovvped by Z. Stone, Conconnully, won the quaiter-mile dash.  Time 24 4-5 seconds; Populist, owned  by J. M. iirown, Lewiston, Idaho,  second.  Pony race���First, I.rownie, J. N.  Gillis, Phoenix; second, Johnnie,  George Massie, Grand Forks.  Three hundred jaid dash, in heats  ���Fiist, Populist. Time, 16 3-5.  Second, Midget, owned by Z. Stone,  Conconnuily. I  Five-eighths of a mile���First,   Roy|  Cairutheis, owned by T. J.   Wellman,  Cianbiook,   li.  C.   Time,   1   minute  and 6 seconds.    Second, Yellow Girl,  J. M. brown, Lewiston, Idaho.  'Cowboy race���First, Hany Mc-  Laien, Cat son, B. C. Second, Chas.  Seais, Phoenix.  Piovincial Constable McMynn of  Gieenwood stopped all pool selling  and betting after the first race had  been run.  In the football meet, Association  rules, the Phoenix team defeated  Grand Fotksjscoie 1 to o. The fol-  lowin" were the players on each  side.  Holland, Grand   Forks',   won se< ond  place with Ginger.  In the ladies^ race, half mije, C. ��� C,  Emmert's Eclipse won. Time, 55  seconds.     ' t   "j  Roy Carrutbers, the Cranbrook, B.  C, horse, won the half-mile dash.  Time, 51^ seconds. ' Yellovv Girl,  owned by J. M. Brown, of "I_ewiston,  Idaho, got second" money.   -  James Andeison with Bay Dan, a  local horse, won the mile trot. Time,  2:45- ,',    ���  . Dal Hawkins, of San Francisco, and  Martin Denny, of Australia, fought a  twenty round draw Tuesday,night under the auspices of the Graihd Forks  Athletic Association, for tfie lightweight championship of the Pacific  coast. The fight was for a'^purse of  $500. Jack McArthur of ,'Rossland  acted as referee and the official time  keeper was Harry Ashcroft, of Nelson,  B. C. V / ,'  Bob Hodge and Kid Lee occupied  Hawkins' corner, the seconds of Den-  ney being Charlie GofT &\\u Dick  Lewis. The principals were very  evenly matched, Denny forced the  fighting, his skill in sparring counterbalancing the superior hitting powers  of his opponent. Neithei of them  scored a knockdown blow. v Hawkins  was u favorite at odds in the betting,  but alter the tenth round considerable  even money was placed.  or uhlcb may hereafter le open. I up 01  dediaa'ed t�� tbe pu'ilip for b.lghu*ix, mi'  which m��y here ifl.r be tfiken Into ihe ci).  porate llilftfi. ��*rj'Jt_ ��nl��, and to <]<��� nil i.ijer  sols ne(>e>s��ry or in Menu) theieto for ihe  count iu> loti, _-inpl_'inr, extendf'iK, <'l _r-  utliiK. mill inslota aittiff �� sjstoin or snuem*/))  w t.rand e oclric llgb'for tbe supply l<> th'  Inhabitants of tbe >-uld< lt> of I'b eulx ami !���  th. city itsc'f of w*tcr f ��r il inemli-, u iimif r-  c.riiiK. iueib*nlcal n'ul other iui \m*k��, rn.  tor ihetmpplv to mM < Hy Hiid lis lnhnljllaiiti'  of 0 ect-d'ity f >r tbe purpose > 1 11 n 1 Hit l.n  and .lubiliitr, ami the mpl'ly, *t��r��Ke, im_  lintiMiil>ii|nii of ����ter ami electric t>' foi  tbeaforeuid vrtormide'ectr <��� lleht h nieui.  respectively, and for 11-iy oiher purpoie Inul-  dental to I &�� mid u*:nert4kli:|i;��, mil f <r Ihe  ���tt'd puriX'M)�� *t a-iy and nil time) loimei  upwsulustreet.itiiil nlle>�� <u inuice ex'tt\_>  tKini,erectpvle', andnrlnit wire, lay niKimi,  plpenaiid byilnnu, an' do all or any net 01  new incidental to Ibe aatd underUtkfine 1 r un-  dartablnit*.  And 'J b h Jtldenluie Further Witrie..etb;  that, /or theeoii-lderiiilon ufoicaald, ihe patties he eto mutually agree ka full iwh:���  1. 'Jhatihel'rouiotornkhull Hiid will pause to  be supplied tojbe lnhittiiWHiH of the < It/ ol  1-hoei ix water for domcKic pnr|Ki_en 011 <lc-  niand, upon juijniejt ol tbe rates hereinafter  uienlloiied. provided that the proper'y up in  uhlcbxrild waier la aupplled abula upon the  waier pl|>eaor maioxio belaid by tbo I'romo  to ��.  ���1. That tho I'romoioi- shall and will, upun  the payment of lb, rate. hc.el����fier iiienlioii-  ed, supply to .nob of the lnhibitauU of th.  uiy 01 I'houiiix Mlthluinop nited pird.n. of  the present city lliulU, *h may demand tho  -nine, electricity /or 11��hit n if pur|��i��e��!  and  or connected with, mild undertakiii^* and each  andc\cryor4)it;iii, wiliitu thejuri-dictiou ofthc  _ori<ornMon, arc hereby exempted fioiu taxation  for a period of ten >eura from the dale of this  agreement,  16 The corporation -hall have the right and  priii.ege nt the end of tweiit. ��� five yearn lrom the  iMiftiiiij; tiftlna aKrccineut lo lake over nod acquire fiom the prom.tern the water  iy_tcm_ or IjuIIi the water and light ays-  tcm in tt 1* attrcciiieni, mentioned and  <tiiy extension or cxUii-ioiu thereof, together  nlth nil ��nUrreLord��,l-iii.:��,riglUHofwoy,rlilht-  ofexproprlatifli^jiidKen'cerlificatra^iidall other  ri_lit-aml prnitcBci held liy them the proino-  t.ra, uud con nee led in any way with the aaid  writer ��_ntun�� or ��nter and electric light  lynteni., ii|��ii giving to the promoters  tit leai-t mx months p-cviouii notice in writ-  liiK of it. iiitriitton to do so; and the cor-  IKirotion shall pay to piouictora the value of all  mid- lines, piperi, vtires, plant, machinery then  (���bull also supply electricity in lli$htl.i; pur-  |K��ie�� tosut'bolbeiaOf the Inhaliltauti of tho  Lily of I'hoeuix either in tba prenentuliy  limits or any extension I hereof, its may demand tbo lame, jimvlded that thj street front,  axe of the pr *perty'upwu ttblch tbe same Is to  be riiipplloa lies ivlihln 17i feet of the pole IIhoh  0/ .he I'roinoieri.   ,; ,.r       -���������..��������'. . ���-.'���v.'-.i  il. That tho ratei to be ehar^o i /or tho water  and Ilubt supplied1 to: tbo lnbiibllants of Ihi-  (ity of t'b<��nlx shall not exeed the rales ait  Will be Voted on by Ratepayers on the 22nd Inst.  PASSED THE C1TT COOHCIL TODAY  Will Give Franchise (0 Meier*. Qnvef, Plum-  erfelt ao4 Williams lor 25 Yeara for Water and Light.  At Wednesday"s meeting of the city  council there were present "Aldermen  Marshall,'l'unch, Clark, Morrin and  Roy. A letter was read from the  chief commissioner ofJandsr_an4 works  _o"tlie effect'that'Ihe^wagori/roa'd ' to  Summit camp would be proceeded  with at once. Tbe finance committee  reported favorably on the following  accounts, which were ordered  [laid:  C. H. Flood, salary   W. R. Williams, salary....  D. McMillan, salary   I). J. Darraugh, jail rent...  I). S. Forbes, street work..  J. 1\ Chenier, labor   Campbell, street work..,  Fulton, "        "  Gibbons,      "        "  Lemieux,'  Phoenix.  PcRltion  Grand Forls  Hcndereon  Gojil  Fops,  Dunbar  Backs  Corvcll  Cook  ,*  Mcliityr*-  Wilb-tt  Half Backs  Ciossen  Ewini;  If  Swcezev  Nurse  K  MskIci  Donaldson  For wan Is  Sweczv  McQueen  ��i  Hrowii  McDonald,  Capt.     "  Ctipt. Munch-  Bucktnn  k  Clark  Pheneuf, lumber    J. T. Wilkinson, Province  .  Postoffice box rent   R. 13. Kerr, salary and   exp  John Matthews,   blacksmith  H. R. blunt,  city  engineering     Total     Water and Light Franchise By-Law  No., 24 was then read pnd passed, and  the 22nd set as the date on which it  is to be voted on by the ratepayers.  It was ordered published and posted  in each ward.    It is here given in full:  $85  00  25  00  100  00  25  00  ��9  5��  4  00  18  00  7  5��  >9  5��  22  5��  2  80  100  00  3  CO  44  25  3  40  142  5��  $606  95  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  BY-LAW NO. 24.  Hard-  No or-  In the ring event Chailcs (..off  knocked out Hob Hodge in the second round. Hodge was outclassed  from the start. After scoring two  knockdowns.early in.the second round  (.off added the finishing touch with a  terriftic .right ���'. hand uppercut on  Hodge's mouth. -  The stakes were a purse of $500  and a side bet of $500 a side. The  contest, which was held in Biden's  opera house, was! witnessed by a large  audience."..' ":".\'/.."������"���<"':....��� ���;���  Events of Second Day.  Rossiand, (ireeri'wood and Grand  Forks competed in. the hub and hub  competition on Tuesday, and Greenwood was accorded the victory. Time  io 3-5 seconds.  '1 he Rossland team defeated  same opponents in the wet test,  distance tor both ��� events being  yards.    Time, 25 4-5 seconds.  J, \V. Ross, Rossland, won  quarter-mile race, with Percy Wilkinson, Rossland, second. Time, 52  seconds.  At Westmount race tract Juno,  owned by E. Getchell, of Walla Walla,  won the mile rare. Time, 1:56.  , Dr. Averill's Blackbird, a local  horse, won the gentlemen's saddle  race; distance, quarter mile.     J.   M.  the  the  the  Whereas by the proposed sgreerrent to bo  nut between the 1 orporHtioii of tho City oi  Phi em\. of the llrat par , and JAY P.uka VJ__,  AI.FKl.li COK.\EI.10S FI-UMKItFELT, and  \T I U.I AM YOLEN 'VILLI A.MS, ot the second  part, the Mild Jay V tiravef, Alfred Cornelius  Kluinerfelt, and William .ulen Williams In  (be said agreement termed the "Promoters,"  are to be authorized to erect poles and Hiring  overhead Hlr-s and lay mnittH and plLcu along  nil orany of the streets or alleys of the Municipality of the 1 Hy of Phoenix, for the supplj  01 water and of c'.e.trielly 'or liKhtlnp:  Anil, Whereas, It Is e .pediotit to authorize  the niiiMuitof thv snl' agiceiiient:  iherefnre, the Muul.lpnl Coum-il of-the  Corporation of the City of Iboeulx enacts as  folliws:     '        '  1. 1 his by-law may be cile I f.ir all purposes  as "Wat rand Kleetrlc Light Krauehises By-  Law No -.'I, ll.l."  A The said proposed agreement to be made  between ihe 1.1 rporation of the i.'lty of I'hoeuix  of tbe llrB'. part, and Jay P. t.raves Alfred 1 or,  hellus Fliiuierfolt, and William Yo en Wll-  Ihi'i s of th" seeund part, being in the wordB  aud'llgtiies following, that Is to say;  'lhls in onture.  made   (In   triplicate) the-  day of in the year of our Lord,  oneth usiind, nine handled and one.  I etween the Corporation of tbe City of I'hoeuix, heicUiiifter called tbe ('Corporation," of  the first part, aud Jay I\ Uraves,of thevity of  Bpokani, In the -late of Wasnington, one of  the Unite 1 Mates of Ameiica, Alfred Cornelius  Finmerfelt, of the t'l'y of Urand Forks, in the  Ptovii.ee of .riti>h o'ulnrabia, and William  Yolen William., of the said city of l'hoenix,  hereinafter called the ''Fromotors," of tho  second part.  . Wheieas the Promoters are rlcslroufl of forming one or more Joint stock.companits for the  purpose of constructing, conipletiiiKiind maiii-  taining water and electric light s stems ia the  said i.ity Of I h<.enJ_c, and places, adjacent  ihereto.andof doing all things neccjartry or  deal.able for the carrying on of such uode -  taking or undertakings, and for such purpiM'S  have req.ues'ted the corporation to grant to  Ihem, the Promotorf, certain rights, powers,  aud privileges;  And Whereas the Corporation has agreed bo  Now Therefore This Indenture Wltnesse h,  that, In consideration of the premises and of  the sum of one dollar of lawful money of  Canada, this day paid by the promoters to the  Corporattin, tl'O receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the corporation doth by these presents grant and assign unto the said pr>'motors, their holts, executors, administrators and  assigns, the exclusive rlnht for a period of  tweuty-Ave years from the execution of these  pieseuts, B"-d forsuch further period or periods  as are hereinafter mentioned, to erect ;poleB,  string overhead and lay underground wires,  mains, water pipes and hydrants, over, under  and along ail or auy of the Btreets and alleys  within the limits of the said City of Phoenix,  forth iu KchoJules "A" aud *l." hereto.  4. That the' Promoters will ere.t and place  two rc_0rv-j.-or taukf.or.llrepr. taction pur-  pwes In or adjacent to Ibe said t Ity of I hoc-  nlx, one to bn fltu-<te4 un the Hrooklyn miii-  crai claim, an 1 the other t�� be situate, 011 on  tbo old Ironsides or Victoria mlner��l clslm.  ���aid tanks or rerorvoirs to have,a capacity of ai  lesstfxi,_o0gallons.e-oti,tobe constantly Lept  lull of w.ter.and u. have connection byuiems  of stop valves with ihe water system and lire  hydrants, to be installed bv the rromoier..  Provided that tbe promotora msy, if they thin _.  fir, lnstal one reaerfufr or tank on the Old  Ironsides or Victoria mineral claim, havl/.g- a  capacity of at least liM.DUU: gallons,' Instead ol  ibe two above mentioned, to give thesime service as aforesaid, and to be oounejted with the  pipes of the'.-promotora on all thestieets, or  portions thereof, mentioned in sectlou 7.  0 The Promoters'shall supply .10 the <!or-  poration and put up and maintain for the' fire  protection Of ihe City of l'hoenix such number  of tire plugs, and for the lighting, of the stieets  of the ��.id > ity huch number 01'arc or iucan-  desiem lamps as the Corpora-ion niuyiennlre.  and the Corporation shall pay 'or them at ihe  rate Bet forth ln Schelule *r0" hereto.  0. Thatthe promoter* sh.ll con.menro th<.  cotistrnctlon of the -aald Water and light;��ys-  tcms not later thin seven days from, tho vesting in them of the complete title to tho fran  cbhes hereby grained, and of valid water re-  eords for the Supply of water;' tinder 1 art;ill ol  ibe Water. Clause* i.'ohsolldaiiou Act,' of. the  waters comprised in two records,, held by ont  1 eorge\V: numberger, of twosotir es of water  ou the Cime.��i_ and Jdahtniuie al claims, a.io  in a lecuid held by the:Phoenix .Waterworks  1 ompany, Limlte , of the water containe 1 in a  pond or Juke known as "jiaishitll lake," and  shall have the sys.ems ready for use us soon as  possible utter such comment ement of cons ruc-  tion, and the promotors shall take all' steps  prescribed by law to obtain stub valid wa,e  recordswlih'itttdelay. ���'. 1  ';. ���::"����� ������������'.���"���,  7. Th it pipe 1 of the said waterworki ays'em  shell be instal.'e 1 upon the following streets,  within the present city limits, naiuely::V .;";;,  Old Ironsides Avouue., from I irsc to Second  Streets'- ��� v-'v.v-v^.^-V-...'.���.-���"���'.-.".v -/>;'..;'-.^'.,  Kncli Hill:.Avenue, from third :_o'(hHrch  8lree_s.^_:;*.JT_*-..w__.'->'./.~>/U_^  A etna Avenue, from Church to School tHreet:  Victoria Aveuue, from Third.to First 8t ceui.  Dominion Avenue, the.whole length   v;  -  hrooklyn > venue, from Phoenix to; iiannei  Str.es-   ."���'- ���������:,'' ���'..-'���:"���       ;i ���''���-.'���': '-v' ������'���'��� ���'''���'���:. ���'.'. '���.'->'  Standard Avenue, from Idaho, to Lexington  Streets.���;;'.- '-..-��� ".���--.;     ��� ������ - ������'.'������:-^-'y--pr:S...,^-'..-'v-  Banner Street, from   Stan lard., Avenue to  BomhendoJstiect. .;������ -,.���-'_���....'��� ���'���.'���;;'   :���'.,'. ���:';-,'.  'Ihe promoters, however, shall not. be required lo lay the pipes or mains on said streets  until a Bucltlcientiy wide trackUor same i^  cleared ofstump"', tre s and logs.   ;  a. bhould Ihe corporation require tho extension of said water system from time to lime,  a ter the inatalNiion there f, the"proris'ons 01  the " A ater clauses Consolidation Act, iS'.7," in  that behalf, shall govern, whether piieli provisions are rei oiled, or amended, or not.  9. 1 hat it shall be lawful for the promotors to  take u p all or any portion or pontons of the s.ild  polf s, wiies mains, pipes hyd-anis. plant, and  other appliatices, and to replace ihe sums if  they sco fit o do so. and to change the .our.c  or route thcieof, and to lepair iho same from  tln.e to. time ami at all times orunyponion or  poruons there if, at their discietlou and for  such purposes td enter upon, and use, -ear up  and ex"HV��te, the said streets. Provide 1. always ihat the promotors shall repair the s id  streets, in so far as they may have disturbed' them,'whether under* this clause or  otherwise. Provided that nothing heiolu contained shall ele se the promo or? from complying at all timts with the provisions of ,cotton'., of this agreement, or noni keeping ihe  inhabitants vo(.property, nbutiiug, upon the  streets or portions thereof mentioi e I in section 7, at all times supplied with water, except <lu riig ihe li'i e leasotiably occupied in  alterations, changes, repairs and tapping.   ���  10. Intne consm c ion and maintenance of  the sai I electtic light sv stem; the t-ronioters  shall use insulated wiies in transmuting aud  d B.rtbuting the electric current within the  city toconsumeis, aud the poles to be placed  by the promoters-ball not tun edo trattle.  11. In the event of the promoters failing to  carry < utihe provisions of this agieement ns  as to "he Installation ~of the wa'erworls aud  elect ric ligh' systems as he- el 11 before provided,.  they shall forfeit all rights and privileges  under thl- agreement,-an also all pumps,  lank*, plant, pipes or .mains, p de�� and wiies,  laid, eroolea or strurg by tbein,' uiid nil  water records, lnnds.iights of way, rights ofap-  propilntion, aud otber rights and ptivi.'cges  what?.ever hold by them; shall at once Le  como the prope-ty of thcc.ty, and this amce-  inent ^htll absolutely  ceas-.  and determine.  12 After said water and light systems are install-.!, they shall lie deemed to be two separate  nod distinct fntuchisfs, and the doing or not doing of anything'required lo tie done by the pro-  motois 111 reference to cither system which would  opernte as a lorfeilure of the franchise or franchises hereby granted, or as a breach of this  agreement, shall not in any wise effect the  franchise hereby granted in respect of the other  si stem, or render the works or plant of such  othersysteui.or the com puny owning or operating the same, in tiny way liable for nuv such  net 01 omission.  13 In the event of the present souiccs of supply contemplated in this agreement becoming  insufficient tosupply the iithnhitnuts of the said  Ol) ol Phoenix with water for domestic purposes and fire protection, then the proinoti-is  shall cause water to be procured elsewhere for  such -supply, and in the event of their failure to  do so, they shall forfeit to the corporation the  franchise granted in respect to the water system  and all the pumps, tanks, plant, mains, pipes,  and hydrants used in connection therewith,  and beiug part cf said water .system, and all  water records, lands, lights of way, rights of  expropriation, Judges' Cerlificules, and all oilier  rights and privileges, being part of said water  svs.cni.nnd slinll on deumu.l make good and  valid assignments free cf charge of the same to  the corjiorntiou Provided, however, that he-  lore any such forfeiture shall take place, thetcorporation sliall give two months notice in writing  of such insufficiency,'and. if the promotors believe that there is a sufficient supply of water,  such question of insufficiency shall be .determined pursuant to the provisions of the Arbitration Act, and in the event of its being found that  there is an insufficient supply of water the pro-  motersshall within one month from such determination, ifthe season permits, or as soon after  as the season permits, commence ihe construction of works with a view tosupply a sufficient  quantity of.water as aforesaid, and shall us soon  as possible after such commencement, of construction complete the snid works.  14.. 111 the event of the failure1 of the promotors  to carry out the,terms of this agreement ns lo the  . upply of water or light to the corporation, or  the inhabitants of the said City of Phoenix, after  the said water and light systems hnve been  installed, the water or light franchise, as the case-  may be, sliall cease to be exclusive, but nothing  herein contained shall deprive the corporation or  its inhabitants of any alternative remedy which  they may have forsuch failure, either under any  other clause or clauses of this agreement or  otherwise; provided that no such forfeiture of  exclusivencss of either franchise shall take place  uutilone month's uotics in writing sh-11 have  been given by tbe corporation to the promoters  of any alleged default or breach of contract, and  until they sliall have had reasonable time to  remedy the same. Provided that before remedying the same the Promoters may have the question as to whether or not there has been any  such failure submitted to arbitration, pursuant  to the "Arbitration Act."  IB. All franchises, plant, machinery, pipes,  and electric lines, and    chattels, being pnrt of  belonging lo tlje promotors and rea_ouabiy aud  necessarily used for the main purpose of supplying water   or  light    and   water as the   case  may he,   to   the   said    city    and'   its     inhabitant*   nt connection with  the said water  system or   waltr mid   light   systems, as   the  case may be, ami   in case the corporation aud  Ibe promoters cannot agree as to the value there-  of, the value shnll be ascertained by arbitration,  conducted In pursuance cf the Arbitration Act  mid Ihe amriidineiit thereof, and In the cicnt of  the corporation not giuiigsiicli  notice of its intention   to   lake   mi I     acquire   such   water  system,     or     water    and      light      systems,  11s    -foresaid,   tvlthiii     the    time   aforesaid,  all        the     franchises,     rights,       privileges  mid  powers by this indenture granted to the  promotors,  hud    not    so    taken   over,   shall  continue   lu   full   foroe  and   effect    and   the  promotors    shall   conltiiue    to     enjoy    the  Mime for n further period often years, and soon  for one further pel lod of ten years.   Al the expiration ofthc last mentioned period the franchise or franchise- shall continue until the plant  or plants Is or are purchased hy the corporation as aforesaid, but shall no longer be exclusive,   and   the   pr. moters shall no   longer   be  obliged to supply water or water and light  as  Hie case may he, aud shall beat liherty to remove  their-system or systems, ns the case may be. If  they, see lilt to: do so;  provided, that if either  or both system shall tie removed, the franchise  connected With';such   systcmY. or systems, as  the case may be, shallat once, expire; provid.  ed, that ifthe promoters nOlouger supply water  or light according to the terms of this agreement, the water or light franchise, or both, as the  case may be, shall at once expire.    Provided,  that in purchasing the; water, system, or both, as  aforesaid, the corporation shall   not be called  upon to'pay anything for the value of either  franchise hereby granted, or to pay more foi nny  water recoids, rights of way, rights of expropriation, judges' certificates, or any incorporeal right  whatsoever, that the amount it reasonably and  necessarily cost the promoters to obtain the same.  17. It is further understood and agreed between  the parties hereto thai the promotois may cause  to he incorporated or created a joint stock company for the purpose of taking over, using arsd  enjoying all the Iranchiscs, rights and privileges,  property and effects, by these presents granted  or agreed to be grouted to the said promotors, or  two joint stock companies,-.'oue for the purpose  of taking over,:using and enjoying that portion  of, the franchises,.privileges, rights, property,  andelTects in this indenture mentioned (relating  ond appertaining to ,'a water system; and the  other for.llic purpose of taking over,-using and  enjoyingthe light-franchises, rights and privileges, property and effects hereby granted, to, or  whici' may be hereafter.acqiiired by. the'pro-  'motors, and  the said company or companies,"  their and each of.their successors and assigns,  shall thereupon aiidjipoii'the assignment to it  or them, as the case may be, of the said franch-  cliises, rights, privileges/property aud affects be  substituted for tile: said promoters, in the one  case with regard to the whole of the matters pro^  viuedfor in these presents, and in the other cuse  or cases with regard lb such' portion- thereof as  shall be taken over, used and enjoyed respectively as aforesaid, and tbe said company or companies shall have in its or their respective name  or names against the corporation all the rights  mid privileges hereby granted to the pr.moters,  or such of them' as sliall be hereafter assigned to  itj.;or.tliem; Respectively.' as,: aforesaid, .and: the  Co-poration shall have.as -against the company  or companies respectively, all' the Tights, remedies and privileges it fiow.has or is entitled to enjoy under these prescnts.with respect to the prb-  .ro.flto_rs;and_imy,__ufcrc^^  said company .or companies; respectively, to -.the  extent Jto^wliich Uie same shall be assigned to. it  or to each, as fullyaitd effectually'as if: could  against said prbmotei s," aud upon;' said '.assignment being effrcted the said promoters shall';,be  relieved'of .all liabiality, to the corporation.in  respeCI of the matters, so assigned,: except as  to that part of clauses 4,6, and 7 hereof relating  to;the .first installation of the watersysteini, ;  .-���'iS.-Tliis agreement shall not iii'nuy way inter-  fere.wiih the etirporatiou granting the' use of the'  streets, or nny of them, for the transmission of  water or electricity for mining, milling, or smelting purposes, or to plnce's outside: of the city  limits, nor shall it interfere with the right of the  PhoeiiixBrewery and its owners to xross Standard; Avenue with, its present water pipe, or any  pipe"'Substituted: therefor, provided ,that the  water carried through, such pipe is used exclusively iu carrying on. such brewery.. Ami-., the  agreement shall be subject to all rights in this  soil reserved by the persons who dedicated the  various strcets'of the city to the ptiblx.  19 The cost of ejecting any person or persons  at present usinp the streets ofthc city for any  water or electric lighting purpose shall be upon  the promotors. And any proceeding for sneheject-  mcut shall be taken by the corporation on the  written demand of the promotors upon.' their  tendering the cost thereof. '  20. All tanks, poles,pipes,wires.plnnt and machinery used in connection with the aforesaid franchises, or either of them,.shall, he adequate in  si_e and quality to curry out in an efficient manner ���11 the purposes for. which the said franchises  aregranted.  ��� _i. In the event ord shortage of water, the city  .and its inhabitants shall have the preference in  the supply of water over persons outside the city  limits.. ���  .. 22. This agreement shall be binding upon, and  enforceable by the executors, administrators and  assigiLS'of the" promoters, the successors and. assigns of the said companies or company and of  the said corporation, -.litwitness wheieofthe  said promotors hnve .hereunto set their hands  and seals,and thesaid corporation has hereunto  affixed its corporate seal the day and year first  above written.  Signed, sealed mid delivered in'the presence of  is hereby declared .to he n valid aud  binding agreement nnd it shall be lawful for the  .mayor and the clerk of the municipal council to  execute the suid agreement, and affix thecor-  porate seal thereto.  3. This by-law shall lwfore the final passing  thereof receive tlie assent of the electors of the  corborntion in the niani.'.er prescribed by the  Municipal Clauses Act, and amendments the e-  to, relating to the contracting of debts not payable out of the municipal .revenues within the  current year.  Passed the Municipal Council the 6th day of  July, 1901.  Filliu* Cistern (private)���    ���  Vor each thousand gallons      60  Fish Markets���  ���Kach, In addition to water closets  to to f6. <  FoundrioB��� -      ->   "   '  Kach, in addition to engine and '  forge, |i 5010*9.  Garden Hose. J__.v��nBarid Green lionises.  35c, for each 100 square yards to  409 square yards.   Over 400 ���'  square yards 25c for each 100  square yards for mouths of  -lay, June, July, August and '  ~ September. This rate does  not apply to green houses.  The promoters or their assigns to hate the privilege of ,  fixing the days of the week  and the hours of the days  during which water may be  used forgnrdeningand water  purposes.  Gas Coinpunie-���  Kach, |-o lo .jo or by meter. <  Government, County _n_ State Bdg..���  By meter only.  Hotels iiikI Boarding Houses, including  '-5iooif,"restHtirant androoms���  Minimum  rate  Ill 00  In   addition   lo   water' closets <  baths,  urinals,  and fawcet  rates, per room     _j  Meter system rental to be  1 a.  Hydraulic Elevator.,���  Kach J15 lo fjj or by meter.  Ice Cream Salo.n.8���  Kach, in addition to water closets 2 00  Labratoriea. Soda Manufactories. Bot-  tlinjr   Ettabli-htnents,   Telegraph  and   Telephone! ��� Officea,   Vinegar  Factories and Pucking HouBe.:  Kach in addition to water closets  (     $i.jo to |u or by meter.      ;  ;;:Yf  ;'Y  Laundries��� '        ���   :-<;';X'\:f-X?'  In addition to water closets J6 to ���;:'; ������<���'  t*$ or by meter. SS^S,���' )������'������.:'  Meter Rates���  500     to I0O0,  >  1,000 105000,  5,000   IO 10,000 "  lOIOOO tO 20,000 "  ,        20,000 tO 30,000 "  30,000 to 40,000        "  40,000 to 50,000 "  Over 50,000   Meter renLs, J5C. to $3.  Offices���  per 1000gallons, 'So r  " y;'"yso'::.v:  "               " 'l'.:::'-'��0;fe:;  " 'i>!j6i;-.;  "                 " VWk':''  ��� ���                  .1 ,',,.-.,_8,J-'::-  "            ���' ���J;'::,:2^y.i\  75:v'-'  >5;Y:;  'S  Each, iu addition to water closet 1 25  Photograph GallariHs���        1  Each iu addition to water closet  |2lol5. v, :.;::f:<;:  Printing Offices��� ��; _!H-  ,    , Each power press, in addition _o,'vf',!:-iy  ',.; . '."'.iwater closet and steam'en-���>'< !'"'���:-  ,'.V'v;::?.5V.;gine;��2.50t')|j;5o.:',;,'-.;v -/;.:V:: ,..;.���  ;..: Each hand pre-s...........,.'...'.:;..;...;'  . i >:; Each peirson employed .,....;....,...;  Public Biiildinue and BlocIcb���  v    i'Per roomin addition ,to water .'  :..;; closets,urinals and baths.,...,.;.,..  Publte Halle and Theatres--- ;-: :���  . /i; In addition to water closets, j2,to_:,; 6  Restaurant and Coffee Hotises-r: 1;>;1  In addition to water, closets, $3 to''./'  1.'���?'..���.'.$'5or.nieter'rates-:'��������������� ���:���:.-.���;j:;*?-..''������;:':.;',.',-,'������.-  Saloons���: ;/   ������;-      'yy-^'-fl'^S^ff'!.  ; Y    lu addition to water closets $3 to_^;'i-;  Schcols (pul)|ic.brprivate)^VY ;;i;^';V  .   Each' from $r.5o to $25; of by:.;,;  .;'  -'.;;;,-. ..meter. ��������� >';Y;- :,:���.","'^���'Yr-ft/.'vJ''"'"'/^  Sewer Work���h.'XS-'^i :.-^_:?!vffiV1, t -���-  Settlingearth.perblock;.'..._.-....$3 50  Sidewalkf'Spririklin_^'''-:.:Y.;;YV:,':;Yv;':.Y^  >_ich 60 feet or.less.'.iiicludiug...  ,|.  75  ,39'  '-";'-Y..j"'.'.' -.^y<^-'~^:--:^y^^  ][M^i$0f$W  y \r.y-y:'-W'yyyyy^yA*it'-   "' \m  :fm  m  1  washing windows.;..;   Each addilional 30 feet or less:..  ifnot paid by.the  ;..'.';.;....:t 00.' ������'���    too    I 00   ...:...I '.'5 '  .      SCHEDULE "A."  MOMTItl.Y   WaTHJ   1.ATK8.  No Rates Less Than $1.50  A li.ved charge will he made for tappiug mains,  viz: .  One-half inch connection.... J10 00  Three-fourths Inch connection... 13.0  Oue inch connection  16 50  l.aktii'itF���  Xornte less than .2 50  1'oreach barrel flouriised jwrday     50  Bii.bi-r Shops������  Kirst chair ,  1 50  Kach chair additional      50  Hath tubs......  1 00  Bath Tubs���  Private familv (six or less) each  tub.:      so  In hotels and  boarding houses  each tub  t So  Public b'd'gs and bl k'sench tub.. 1 jo  llnrber shopsand bathing houses  each tub 1 00  Blacksmith Shops���  One  fire, in additioi- to water  '.;:- closet   Kach additional fire.....   Book Bimlft'i.s���  Vive persons or less'in addition  '  to water closet   Kach additional workman...  Breweries���  liiich/froin $25 to $100 or by meter  Brewery has right to use  own  water.  Boili-insr Purposes���  lSneh thousand brick, net iu advance .... ...'      20  Kach barrel cement net iu  advance  ;..      20  Kach b'r'l lime net iu advance... 20  Koch vard s one net in advance.. 20  riast_rin_ each 100 yards      35  Bntclier Shops���  In addition to water closets  3 co  Dairies���  In addition to stable or by meter  $2.50 to $20.   ,  Drug Store��� ,      |���'���-  Without fountain  3 00  With fountain..  4 50  Family Kale���  Six persons or less, water closet,  bath and hose additional  1 50  Each additional pcison      15  .15  35  ��� 35  _3.!e_l��inii    _ r        - Soda.- Kou ntairis-^ !;'$���;��� i.- :;^-.u;> %$&!; xi #k-  , Y'.f Each.ih addition to water closet; 2 -o.;;."'  !Spriiiklihg^S.reeta'^'''.'?;.;',';i';v.;Y^.;:.^  :'.,.;;,/Meter.-Kates.:,: -y i.^;Y:\^.Y^i'^jiu^yY'���}/[i);^  Sla\M8��:^y:^f^^  ���<;������'   "Keed arid livery by m et _r,Y mini-"        ~~.'.'i  mum charge .....,.....;...-...;.....;. 3 75  First stall, one or two horseswith  carriage:.........;..;.....'.;.'..:.;'.;..;.,i;75'  ...  Each additional stall to teii:.'..'.:.'i    60 '    '  .Each additional stallfrom ten up' .20 .'.''  ������-Private-one horse arid carriage..    75 ,;  Horse or cow each; private use...    .50  Each additional horse......_.........   ''.46/ . Y  Steam Engines��� v;y.;':���'���;  Each  horseY power (ten   hours;Y.'-.'���'_'"������.)���������"���  , ��� :each day) to ten h: p..; _.;,.;.;��� :���, '65- ;: -,,  Each from 10to20h..p.......:..::....Y   45. Y  ;       Each from 20.030 h'.-p..:..;._.....;.���    ."> :  '  Encn lrom"30to40b. p ...;......     30    :;  ; Gas engines ..............:.  I 00      ;  Stores���.'--:'/ 'yy'y        ���''���'������������.,"''  Grocery stores,sixpersonsor less, ,''  in addition-: 'towater closet--  auduriiial..  t !5o :  1       : Each person additional     ,i5  , I,iqaor stores (wholesale) in ed-  .dttiou to wnter closet and* uri-Y  ,    :ial,t3to.....:..;...........;.;......;..;      &  F��r families living iii store bd'g.. 1 S.  Urinals��� :';''���     .'������'������''-.'  In stores aud blocks.self closing,      ^'  ,.    constant flow not allowed......     35  ''    In hotels, boarding houses aud  saloons, self .closing,* each.      60  ���  Constant flow not allowed.  Water Closets���, Y;  Private closet..'.'-...    -'.'30-���- ,:  Public tank .....:....'  1 06  . Publicpan orplungernotallowed ';. Y  Water Motor��� ;:  By Meter only.  These rates are due in advance on the first d_y  of each month, if paid before the 12th a discount  of to percent atlowed.  SCHEDULE "B"  ELKCTltiC   1 IGIIT K.t'lES.  Monthly Rates.  Xight rates are payable iu   advance and are  due on the first of each mouth;  12th, the penalty is, "cut off."  Bedroom lamps, 16 c. p���  Residence lamps, 16 c. p..  All night lamps, 16 c. p ...  All other lamps, iSc. p...,;  Thirty-twoc. p. lamps double the  above prices. -  Eight c. p. lamps, two-thirds of  above prices.  All monthly nccounts over $ > and up to $to  subject to an ten per cent discount, ou excess  over Jioup to tin to a twenty per cent discount  ou such excess and on all excesses of $10, to   a  twenty-five per cent discount ou such excess.  SCHEDULE  "C"  COKI'OII.ITION   IVaT.II  SlU'l'I.V.  Monthly Rates.  Fire plugs or hydrants, each  3 7*>  Over 12  2 50  Each fire cistern  1 -'>  Each engine house  6 00  Police building and jail.Ji lo 10 00  City stable same as livery stable  The company to   supply mid hiatal- all hydrants.  Corporation Electric Light Supply.���  ��� Twentyc. p iiicanpescent,lamps  each per annum 14 00  Thirty-two c.   p.   incandescent  lamps each per annum  2000  Arc lights 2000 c. p 100 uo  Take notice that the above is a true copy.of the  proposed by-law, upon which the vote of the  municipality will be taken 'at the City Office,  Phoenix, B.C., on Mondav, the 22nd day of July  1401, between the hours of S a.m. ami 4 P m.  V. McMillan,  Clerk ofthe Municipal Council.  MINING NOTES.  Smelter weights of shipments from  the Mother Lode for the month of  June are 10,496 tons.  The mines of Phoenix were closed  down Monday and Tuesday for the  Dominion day celebration.  Next Wednesday will be nay day in  camp, when about $40,000 in wages  alone will be distributed, besides several thousands for other expenses.  So far the R. Bell, Summit camp,  has sent out four cars of ore to the  Granby smelter. It is expected to  send out a dozen cars this month.  2i>:fy?S  W?$?��^:i*0ffl  .iv'f YYY:f;--:7>YYYYY:Yi:Y''!.'��|k^l  ;-::.:������"'���':���;- :-Y:-:��Y.-:fc ��������� ��� MwSfK'l  ������'Y.;:Y'.:'r��>YY''Yi'>;v::;.v��M;t|  ^���-^iY'^-'--::YYY'XY;1':||^S!J  :.:.-...    .:   .-,.. -   ;-...**-_';;4_  ���mil  mm  'Y C;e|;-;'J  :-:y:;|||1;SI  '''Y:'!|iv-;.,  yi-m:  '-���������'.-ipKi'.',  ,  ���;������';.'._*��� -v  '^#*  ���:;i||  "*t'i#Y:;  ������ wm  ::My,  . "  :..Ci��?!.'.-.-|  '.-y-^y.yI  :v4i!'  ���;'-Aiii:  '    >!��:���'  ; *  ��� i  B_sa_Bi--ffiia-_-_��_��i--<si_u_i__^ fi^pji^  5':V;j.  rr^:;(,---'-^:i:Jii^--v7'A}ffift'-y  TH& PHOENIX PJGXEER  ���4****4  flheGa^^  .  ..���*.';:'���'.��� ;.:i  <-���:  :<*���:'���  $'.Capita^ $8,ck>ofb6&  ���*���"��� '���" ..-.'���.������.    '-'��� -. ;-,','-;.' ':-��YY".-Y''":':'YYY  HEAirOFFICE, TORONTO.  ������^.ir: f^y^Vf-foi^y.., .���- - .'.!���.��� '���-.,..������,���."������'..'   -.'���:".-'  Rest, S'2,o66..doo.  HON. CEO.'���__. OOX, ->��____or. B.E. WALKER, Gowpi la_m_<f.  i''.'"'-^^^}^ .''.;��� yy  Ifgl^^  7i.'.'>.,f,.,j.j'.'...^-.i;;;.\,:.'... ,'���::'. ..:., ,,x;-'';".;'//:-:   -.     '.."������  /;'-^K;.'.'.,y.v:,',,���''>:���..-,''!.;.' .;.:������.'.:'j-"r?:Y-'/."-'.,:- .v-^-,*-....  -tii^vYV."^';:.- ''*-JA-7,:l'>:":''->^i_,;i,'.��� _?i-f.-f-'"v.''^:^;^.ij/l^^VW-MMfl__!_';_W<  WILLCOX. Manasc*.  ���el-pboa^ Na^Yy/lYY,' ':YY  Ven^,_.:Neb��i��}Telepno^  nciniai jiroji^Ywhen it 'occurs, will Tm  Qneofgrra.iiitcrei.. ''.���f-'^k?^:^-'  ;y5.sm��t��iiTi_-_.;.����:,ADVA��w.^  -*r;i-:;;v;'i:'^'Y''YYYYjY''-''"' '"'���'''''���>','.''--'.'.'..'.ii-.Ii).lsx��  wt_ji:_��i_i^^;^^^^i^����; i:i  jJakSS^I';^,  _.co  ���is'  ;.��&;*����'  'if^'ar^'n-.'a'-iitaferibCT'^  is an Invitation to>cm to be_ot_e';i-ne''. YY"',; ���;..;?;".'  ;#;  ������;'��<; ';Y;YY \0<;',F<mr,' -reekly insertions consulate one month's  ;y 11 is understood thatSin'.;about ;a��r  6fh_r weekitlie i^iiuiatjot) of the 1^  ing':cj.ies/an^  liy.Hj;i;t��e.raij^^  i'hpehix will .make agboa showing .<:  ;;;;:;'I;his';iaJe;Jias;a' niorali-^Y.lisi'.weeik a  biisih^yraarr pL;';i/h^iiix;-;wai_'':cbii)-:  Ijeljeidl-to^close vljy tlie islierifliY Hf  was one oi" trie;very few Wlio;did -not  advertise ' in; theY cblunins; oil the  -Pioneer.:-Y;Yr'-; >M;;j';y:'y:y _';��� y^'yy;''',-::Y'yyY;":  WHATTtje EQlTOIrSSAV.  ,/The New Jerusalem has streets of  shining gold, Sandon is not quite up  to that citv in the skies' but is a "good  second,;as it has streets of shining silver.���Sandon Alining Revi_wlv;;;> j  Y'lVday^ desjatches tell of the'death'���"������'.  .of-a i bung man���only 102 years old���  wlif* used to walk'four miles to chtirch'  every Sunday. '-.-".This brings tip the  awe,inspiring :;i]_es^^  would he fiayeJived if he had'; fesiiiedv.  nearer   s the Y-Ycburch?!���Vancouver^  World. Y 4 %?;$%?:A^ /' yy:'y ; p[. Vl ,-' I  J^vYY'.^.rrY.Y'-Y-,!.,;.;;.^    1 ���'/���-���-���.;-��� ;,<;��� .:,;���/.���: ���;,.;--. ���-.'.;���  ���  f  ^l'he iwopleoftrieUnited States are  jry.ing;ti��)a^  l'r��ideiVt ;Krug^  they woiild hayejiikedit'iif^Canada ev-|  tendedYsyiiijmhy YtO; Aguiiialdd and' :|  asked him to tour the.-,I^ominjpti^de^j  licHiiicing the; United;:;Sta.es.^k&i)-.j;'  Jaijid:Mi��ieiv^iY^*yS''i--v-'A  ����������������������������� >��t^*����M*...��.����.t.��M��M��.��������H��*��*��  _ ,.^....���.....^|;^rjj.' t^.��� jjrie ^ ^ jn  3 ijg^j. position  ����  ���Yv     A       ��� j *;;:;tliau ever to supply;the wants of the   Eg  35 GEN^S  rfABOXiH  ^i: A heavier rate of taxation on  un;  worked crown granted mineral claims  ^;Yf:;.^AWRENGEi?;PR0PR^K-r6R.i  Dti_n||^qi;(^  ;BiindlesKcitlled 'for  w(H^ a lire qtiesiion a_;th^n^  sidn ol"; tlie'Y leiiislatiire.   'Too   much ;...Y:;:--.Y-y'��:'TrY_Y.Yv __-t>.-!Ji____;YY/^.___1��_;-_;'.; v,-'.���.-������ i.        -������..'."'���'.���������"���������'jr ��'  AvJ^Stevei),; cSiejf^ engineer: of'^'the  Greit Northern,^���. is"; authority iyfor the  statement''.': that; Jtinif HillVroad,i; will  [_���������___!' ��� _i.I.__,J'l_l __'_*.___���. t ���_���.' -. ��� I _ ��� w-' ������-____.   '        ,f _ *1_ ___.__.  @I#^_:^|^%'y&;}j^;yi bui)d;inl6;:;PKoenix.'v ihi^Yyear. ,.-:?i'!iere  '^^!^^/:^:��^^^:wY;.;;^'^Y':-^'.^>���.:;'Vr:f.v'A;���";.^^%y^^.:^lj���.:���,^ r, /"-'.-.������ :,,.;'.:>::^^Mm-;: |   ������-': :: '-''.'.^'..H-'V i,^.-.''../.���"���r;5'^V^^?;'i.!. ���'.'���. -������ :.'.:"-.',   .  gfyY^S^cW^'^           ,".' '."'"���",''''���'.',.'.,"."��� '.'.".'.,' "         " ���.'������**" I "P^'SeeJns to be. not;; the; least ;;doubt  llilliliSllilllf^^ on 'this ;i0n wM��$0 ]-M!yM "ix A  ' jv��:-3:_^;-:__$^K^;<M.._^^ Y.YYYi'^Y.l'Y..;:Vv- :;:Y;!^,!^Y;-!-'--^Y,'Y'^'''^': '..v......;n;ffY.Y'Y-;'YY',,.7Y'". " Y:Y  ,ion of.ihe.Ylegislatur^   ^ooy,^^  inineral-l^aringY'groundi_  held    hy ""**     !.'V'.''.,--.-.--.,:v^..vf:,-'.j.-'.;'(':;>;'^;.;..��..- ;.,Y5r<: {,'.*"���.���.���^.*y^:������;,��:u-..:.:  burstoi companies aiidliy  individuals: R  J  order by Photic:;  of  yottr  who are wiling tb; see ho v^wdrkYdone:" facilities* ;^ v, :;ift^/  .by',their.:neighbor-;mrisV'6ut.���Nelsdn,'!.:'';..;'-,;,;;:. .Y;Y::';Y,t:;;'-e:;\';--,-;, .���,-;-.;:;v^'.f..-.;.:.,...:-...   .-'., ���-������:.-.,���).,. .;::������;��� ,v ..-.������ ��� ���  -... ,-.ri : v.',;-...'-  ���"tVil>Une':':*"vi;-   V'':-;~',; '^-':'.VY>?:.--;'������ ���;���.;,-.':;.;vj'-:;:;-'.���.-���;���;'��� ';.Y.Y'-BKSTpH:WOKK;prMRANTKHp.Y; .{''������..Vi'HfN, PH0MK-N'O.-jo.   ; f;;,;<:;,'  l)onu'iiipa Avenue, YAdjpining^  ���; - y YWarkets at Nelson,, Kaslbi 'I'liree Forks; Satidqn,'Slpcaii City,        J J  ���:       Silverton, New'j).nver, Ymir, Sahiio,; Rossland, 'IVail^Cascade,        J ';|  ��� V !   Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and I^iOciiiv.            '���'���"��� ^1  fsFJSH^ OyS'i^S AND;POULTRY IN-SEASOf.. J f  ���v"'-''"-'        ��� ^-'   ;Xfl orders receive prom J  ��� Stores and bfiices, tp rent in' Mbrri^;  son-Anderson block, ; Apply;-to  Nlc-  Arthur.& \ioiik. y '������       ���"y.���YyV.'������''::&���[V-  ��� �����������������������������������������������������������_������_���������������*>���������������������������������������___��  ��������������  THK,    DKCBHH - HAMWVKN,   J.KADS.  Y..Y:'::''Y-,; Y.:+;:'YWhers Follow. ...-YYs;'.-' '.,...������;  Jhoeiiix ?would v ;dos somer  [ wS;��aBK::;H-*fi;!">*:t<Y.'Y5;Yth!ng;in^  r M^ilg|iMrn_i,tif ^iipife^i^pl  e wfe^^j^'i^'';^ "  and the members of that  ^.rj"h'ereij;!^njyv'j^  ,"oj|>imOT,||ira!t'^  tra^jnen'.'siipuliiJia^  |^li[tn^;dema'iia^;i^-;M!ar^  per;:rHbn_^  ini'any-ls^ioii'i-'ietoa^  exp^hs&Y?are;4high';#;a^-S^  The strikers';have almighty ? gbbdVcase  |Mah^'5^ani'(af]tei;tji^  dersiwhyihi.^celebrates-r-thai;is; in trie  ��� ;ry;y!^^r4-:'&^y>k'-^y'y'-pyy:'^'-';��;.���,".,''''j*V'"'. ������  way he does celebrate.    Taking  spec-  lal recognition:of:national, holidays; is  /<-i.'lW*'-!^'..-��'S'i^V*.��>'i-,--':i'J'r'':?^  ^Uijfejthe;:rar^]fY;thingi;;bu^  pei-#;bf:||_bin&��iif?has^  Pi  ^SIGN WRTTING^ y  'j-';^^V^isK(_^^  i%Ai^-jr��APEF^;;;s  bUR^MO'T-'O-^BestiYMateriat, YThoroiiKh 1;;  'jrY/vWork, KntIre;Satlsfactioii..;Y::YY''.-:;,i ;-YY'v:  'Y.:''-ft".^.'"-,-Y^-  t.^1'1  pbin_^Exp^^.jMbj^j'^  ^.|^^f,'':.";7-:-^%-.-'-", ,.-......   .-..  ,-. .  ^fullytih1th_iia_t':few,;year_..|IhJfacti'  ^���'''^��5Ki'-?a^.^.^te^  it too often ceases to have any special  sigmficauo_f|||^  ||4^|X5re^w<^  'rah��isiSr__ute_ripttohi toSthis|riaper  v��9?-Y^yriitiBi;i,&';"1.'{:��*^:v:i:;-Y.fiY?'^W.*  ^^nce^^he^^pin^r^m  pebi) le-ih^feaard ''to KiheHtrue.fei'iiward-'  nessibfiwhy.tYMr^J'iiiucahe's:company  ;'.'i'.��,y:VvfeStM!f>'iii/.����-'<*'^&''-^^^  |)ackM|put^jfJits^^  ii'iT 'if_tl ______��I.'J-li A.'.__T ���17��^_ 1_ _^_ '<___:��! *._,il_ __itnt _^'_l ���*���'_���  <1  I' llylSp^^jin^fjDeaaBbe^  *���*-*, S)_i---i!__^eButih"c^i^?��n.^  1   \i V^.^Wl!'V,'''".1"'^'Yt.'^.i_'^-Jit,:-?>L"^vTt*    :,K'i-\.: _'I;,.i,V,i,lS__.i-;ttV. '  has  an,  %*t4?H. ^ 4   , iexpcgn^id.p.sl_su1.l|.t^  |||i)re|(Vi!ms1t|^|&;AB^  ,yen>jibr'_i.YDom1nibff/avditie.;^  :?^|sf^.S;S5fi:^SY;Y;^^;;;YY,^  ^For0Sale^5^Qctave; Piano:f ������. Applv  riff  fter^_|ill^f^bn_]:ir|cbn^ain_J^^  :fef#Spewiri2s__riousiy.;rhoweveri.its-L?i  MOTder^a.Ythe^yerrimi_nt^dbe-;nbt  ^^^^_H��_S'2l_S_?iSS!_fd_t_K^  ?S-V\  jSiP(���,^b,..^,(.^|c|)u^Je^th^  K*  ��l#:^M^lY^prbviri_e;Smbrb  .   '      1  j5        M;S^3?teSY^i_ftnflrfl.kp;i^ii_::ib  ||Gn^tiaeainltn_^?ibne^5van  tnaMitheYiigovernnient('fr;ha.*decided  r"-i���;i'-'ift-i;^.-^T^Kiw-';,'��i';-Ar',.-rv;-.;^^  Jjiall^fe;p(build?|t^  .wag-fl^oad^<fbr|iwnlch1Sm^  fundsYniyelbtehJaral^ie^fo^  yrajt^^utltne^ioiS^^  ;a^^^re;^r.p5wJi^jwin|ilw^  '.tKisM'cb'rirjec_itiriAr$ptfdre  ^���y^^Wv'piiotBi'M^iSii  ,��--: >..*,^,'V,, v,, ,,,,,w,,.,,-..:4S^'i^0VW  ' '(Ki;^'.,^fl'VSr'.''i.v ������ ''���'���-' ;��� h>. !.';:;^_'*>ti '-'^y^oy^^^^y'::'/'''���''���  'Y;*;-'.  PKACT_CAt*HOtisK;a-ii>; siGKiai=  ;.>;';jg^p^��TBRBjBfic6RA  '.'.''^'.V.'^'ii  ���:|i Phoeilz Udfe fihv:28j;r P  ||||K_iiii|^^i^y/|  ;.-;ii;aiiret- viveiy''Tneimy-niglii  Y_.t-^7;y)';p.':roiilMiheiiv;Uiii-ii  ;.;^';yUitirii''.brethre'i'Y:wei_-irie..  ji^scJilMcci^^'k^R^si;;^  3''H:'i;:;hfj;.A;;CLARJt^c;^Y^  t-^S.S  mm  British Columbian  liiiaaiBiliii^  1 ��� -*'" ^mi^BL\^^0^0^^^i  iiiiilSiiiiiB  .Corapleteliiie'if" '���"������-'-'���~-,-i:i-''-'i-'���'��������� -^!s..!:-':-  :;|:aiid^yery^;,cg|^-:^  ,K^Su-��%^'-'';'-'--^i;'!|&  !''^:":'.^'as^;:':,^v'''^fe;Y  iiiiiryii_i:_iiBi_o0i^  ''��� \Ve liavejivlatrgestock, bought  f:.fcfdre:-.tfe^ qUolc  ���Jifcib'se'^fices.1 '';"Qnbtatibiis given  ^ oii straight or; mixed cars.  .-���;���. Office Y"  YStHiiJnrd :  .Avemie.Y  Chs. A. McCItiog & G>.  v. ft X,  1'lioiic 36,  !;c;igSI.INNY;&:AfcCAGrjE,'  :;f;��;Y:X rY'^'PRbPRiETORS. i':      '  |^.iVY..'-&"S;;i��l.inef :'_.a. i_':'  iii^Si: W ^B^ready. Cakesf:Piesff Etc.i;Fresh' Daily ���  :i,RG$$ipfis;-%p^  ,J^^fI^:��Cj;Y;li:Yl^,^l^  i#Y^  :i:iY?Yi/uriiish ���'' ���  ;;-.:vYV:;,^stockedYwith\tlib::fiViesf;Y: y;y-^ .Y- ''*  flllllllll^ J"  ^l&fc#S��$fe:  '��P-S;,;;t  ^W. BLAKE  y0m}M^^  w|^|Si>eciaityi;o^;S}ipr^  W^$M   DOMINION AVE.  WOOD  FOR  SALE  JUth.YC-unty tourtbf Yale; holdeu at Kamloops.  .yjl^tt'thfeiitattcr'of John''i-.._UiJffu*_iliyj;,;j__c__iiij__-'  ^_?ot!K;f��^Ji-re_y'jgiv__fJw_i_y&  ;by;Jii!i;;.Ib_6f:iW.; ^ro;'iJpinlw;>^t��l��e';of; the;  County. Court- of Tfale,'b61deii" at fCQintoop., dated  tb_:��tB _ay;of Jniie;;igo!J^the ��� onder-IgnedY;was  appoinfed admihistrator,:'.j_C' tbe'ipers.nal'' estate  :and efiictsiof John K;1 Murphy lite"of the City-Yof  ph-��_itx_iu*;the.;ProvInce;vor British Columbia  dtcaisctl. YAH persons having- claims against the  ;estate~_fthe_bo;K_ii_m  to send the ��ame duly verified to the undersigned  b*fOJ-_th'e,f3��!t"day.ofJuly,:i9or;;^  indebted to the said estate are requested to pay  thearabhiit of"i tich, iudel> ted_-_s: to' the'uuder-  Sig_!e4;fbrtbwith_-^YYY::S''fe'';'*'?Y;;!?1NY^'$;:Y��:::;,;��^;  K;;Kamloop_y_l:C.vjuniea7th^.i9bt.';;YYi:f;(;^;:A;f;:Y  i**^?.*>Hi-.v*.A_._Xi;;D':fMAClNtyR_i  pffidaj Administrator for the District ofYate.Y' Y  INS_>EC'J!IQNYWOF:��>IETAI-l.fF:  Y-SY  '���'*i'"fl,-i  |||;^lN^EiCTb^  ^i'V:_9*'i^-t.-w:v_fi^  hereby, assigiied the following as their respective  Iuspectloii Districts with headquarters as. noted.  Such.assignment tt> takejflaces'frbm TiineYisth,  i9o.iVUntUfarther,'uolIoe:-.':-Y'^Yfe.4,.;,i.-;,..-.-:..i-.t.V:::."?.,;;.;.  _t_cinBi_iD':DiCKV_nsp^bKY'jA^Y-Y;^~JYYY;;Yu.?.y;5  ,i:_SJl^dOMrteiSi-.,VCrahbr_<>_:;::'__BM  ������^&rja^\ng:Kimidtr.Ai'i,i':\^  sSItep^.^.toteWct:_h'att^_omprl_eV_!iVo..'_^_t''  ���Kooteuaj-and also Goiti River .Wuing rHvi.ioii  .ofWest,_��ootenay.:^:':&1Y;��vv;;^3:;-:C:-.::��Y;''a;^:.:;-'  s.teadditi.u'lo'tVdutie-bflbar^br^  lrferous:Mirie-i'Mr;^^Dick will also^^act .twingijeo:  tor of Coal Mines within the same distri(_;r >:t*v  JAMM;'M_G__oo_;IlispecforiY.^YY;,���f';:V'''.,Y^'Y;S':K,  >-L'?-\:Headqu's)rte.rs;,-:^0_i--i.{6C;-'M{hl_'B.f_tm^  :-'j-S;;''Ne_K>n,,;Y;Y;'Y>,.i:V-Y:3'r;x;;,wsSS^^YY.'ft;:iWv^  ?s inspection JJistrtcf shall .comprise' aii'.'of' West  Kootenay except Goat RiverS-initigDivision and  also theGraiid ForksandhKettteJRiverYMJJiirik  I)iTOioiis;of,__]eiWstr^ctii-.1^i^-iVf^.::^������'Y''���:.'���'/^^,,.:,?'  TftOMAS'MbE^K.Ihsp-rtbriY5Y;Yf::;;3''iY:YYY:r-Y:-Y;  / :��� :Weadquarters,. .Covcriimeiif Buildings, Nai;  aY'-.'baimo.Y':.;;;..:'.A'.;-' ���^iM:^-^y-y\yy.:ii\-^:y:y.^^  ;SInspectioii:��bikri-tiYYVancotiver';';i-__id  .C^st,D_itiictY.-Y^:;'YYYY:Y'^::'-Y-.Y'Y^.Y.:;Y'-5~c.:::JY,i.fl;  i.Mn'Morgan.Is also Inspector of C^t Mints ioif  thin'di__.ct,-.:?,'YY';.;YY:Y';>;:;YtyYY'S'Y.:::-;::;:;?:iiYSY;s;gi!  ���Y Notice js:hiir_by given dfisu^ l_csj^tib'ni>i9-:  fricte and tbatin .riecohlanceYwithYthe ^frnsp-Ci  HonbfftMfttallif-.ousYMjnM^ActiYi^w^ijid  AmcndmgActs, notior.f accidents to employ e_3  .fiappetiing; within any of such distrtcts.jnustj,be:  prpmpjly reported; both to the Inspector of ^auch*  district.and also to the MinisterYof Min��i,Y,V__r  ;toHaiS::i\vY ���:���::,:;> vy-y::-' ���. ;���:;';. yyy i^ :'Ya"C ;:���.>' -ss.A' t".  :YJttmines not :_hcliid_d- in: ther'aweafstrtcis  mahagere will report, in duplicate, to the' Minister of-lineBdiicM, who, ifhe considers it necessary, will assign '_n Iufipectbr tO^pecJally Yreport  avjaiaiikformsupon; which: toJinakCireports.'of  sa^acrMents/may.be obtained.rfrxsniTthe.rn-  ' i froin the Mining^Recorder  o thiso_5cei!^Yi^Y3KjY:: :-:-'i ���*���%  V;:JaiCHARp; MCBRl-lifcYYYiY'YYY  - '���-.-���"��� .-.'MinteterYO'fMines. ������;:'  3Myfy0(M3i-i*'y}  1  IIIllBMM  Orders at City  " 'MfficeYlfS  ||||iiKi|ti|g  iHiSlifliK  liiHlilllliiKtYNh:;':;  ...Y-':Y\'\;;-;.::.Y:Y..,Y ���;':;>Y;Y:;,Y::{pormeriy;;t^  HigliY^lass^vHiues'^iiqu . C011-  ;v ^nieiitYs;aniple /room Yfrjr Goii-mercialy Meu.   First-  !:���:.������ ;;cl__^;.:Qaf&i^  v^.-^'^y^v*^^ ���-' ���    -;' ������:  ?^:'Y'i^:Y'^y^j'-'';-:.vCABiN'KTi ,.'  ���Y|feS^RE1_'igBRl!>GE^i^  |r|^mest^^l^|r^  If^^^omX^ ���'; i  mm^M^^mMm^^^  _.'.wivfcai;-V'  nPlie Townsite Com-  ltK|-clibicei-isideiibusiness;lots next to^O^T PPtpp   v ' '    i ^^$���?;Sel1 ?��.,!!i  - '^l- 'in-'. ,��rnY.,v���,..i,_Y..io .^.'^...^^ ,'�� -^ x ^^E-yPurchoice for #25 cash and  paiiy will sell 40 of-  i��of|75,iSC6n1gf?^;$5oilycas^^^  TteyWillNeyerb-ffCig^^^^  s townsite^ is situated in Cam, Herllpv^ *_  i-     ... -..-.,       1V    +;������  of three different :ra��^  a^n|1he;cbmi-^  4.  J.  .''/  __������_���,���  iller Block, Greehw^j^C;"^  _��HllffyfflKt[WW_WIVUII-AI.WMl^lll'^ffl^ :*��Si��i',  tW.^',_K__S'>  ,���> f (i..-:-_liW��:.*ii*.w>  ^w~,:y��*_fl,._f;i'  ;p[v'_S,^:^^#'<_*  ���,!i'-.'.' !.!..Vr-,..?'.'!y.'.!;:','}rij��rrfai  ;t:h_:v.phoenix ptonee*?,:.'  ;Y!.^:^'^.-:  a^^.j^  ��������__*.  iiS:^S;v^-|iS![  T'':y'i'.' ".''..'���',"'v>i<fc;;5_{i?!'X  >���'���-��� '���'.; -:;.'������.''.'!>���' i-'i'-^:'-''r'''.!^i:i-  mm ift  COPPER  COMPANY'S  ADDITION  TO  PHOENIX  Lots Now on   THE MARKET  As is now well known, this Addition comprises today some of the best'  business property in Phoenix. Many lots have already been sold, and improvements wiU be started shortly Never again will you be able to secure"  business property in the heart of a camp shipping 600 tons of ore daily, at the;  prices placed on these lots. The property has been drained and the streets !  will.be graded this summer, ; ^ /  '������W'f'Wit  i:; J T r?.->.?.-r__��_S(8       fc TO,  ��.*_?-_1  -;., ....������:*, -i. ryl  MiiiP'  ;5f:?,;.:,;,f:p,,.;;t^'.^Jiiitj-|i'!i        f * i  | :.!;^;:i?i;fe;?SSrfw^Sfg    "  "  I: :Y.:i;YS';��.iS?:^|^SJS~  illliiillYt  iyyw?yzyyy*?% ��� 4  .  WE HANDLE MINES AND ALL THE LEADING MINING STOCKS.  CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS IN ALL PORTIONS OF  THE CITY.  ilS��Ts  :YftilI  ...*;;:',-;;:;,";;!;.-'E.>;j'v:.i5;;,ri;vis:_. i #_(���>  l':.W'';:wiV.\%iYsi-&V��fe;�� n_��y  |��?YY.'v:-fY_:;4'iSHSg^;Sv;   *��j  YV%Y>fl|S#i$i    j_J|  RUMBERGER & TAYLOR  REAL ESTATE AND MINES,  s2^?_8&W?'  Phoenix, B. C.  t  !  t  !  ���  Q*-f>4444*'f4->4*4-4-��4-��****-f^+-K)Of>4-*-f-f4-f-Mi��-4'4-*4'>-��--f-f4>**p  4-  THE BUTTE,  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.  ���*T"IIIS popular resort 1  *���    tins Iwcii refitted. I  'J'he Best Appointed and Equipped  Hosllery in the Boundary.  j,WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  | refurnished mid Dior-  i  oujlily ���' overhauled  I thro ichont, mid' fur-  Iiiisli.d  with    nil  the _  t  modern hotel couven- i  1  ieiices. i.oo.il mid r.oilfi |  I Distance   Telephone f  j connection   with   the |  ��� olfic -and is Tl.ndqunr- ���  tcrs for Stage and Kail- I  . way traffic: nnJ every f    ^     Onttm _   fnr       ��.  S attention id   given to j   ��^     ItWIHS . 10r      ��J��  ��� 'the comfort npd.cuii.'  venlence of patrons,  Tile hotel luis been en  II  m     . t��e illM-l M>i- l/t.,1 -II*   m  5 liirft.il 1ty I lie addition l  ��� ot fifteen   nicely   fur- i  lushed rooms, f  W^_��tt ___��M* _rlll���__���'  Comfortable Sample  _*   Rooms for   _*  | Commercial Trar.lers  Tbe   Public    Patronaje  Respectfully Solicited-  We aim to please our pre-  flclit large trade anu  deHtrve more.  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  +  4  ���  4  4  4  4  4 ....  �����4444444->44444t4+4+++4+4+4-O0G*4~f+-f+^  J Dominion Ave.,     PHOENIX, B. C.  Delayed Figures Are Now at  Hand.  OUTPUT AMOUNTED TO $16,344,750  Is an Increase of About Four Millions Over  1899���Some of the Details of Minister of  Mines.  Knob Hill Cafe   o   o   o   o  . Tliis popular-restaurant  is  now under the niaiiage-  mjjtt  ineiit of Harry Odanis, on�� of the best known caterers  in the Boundary..  He solicits your patronage.  Opp.   Eastern Townships  Bank, First   Street.  CALIFORNIA   WINE   DEALERS IN   CO.,  Fine Wines and   ��_*   <��  the  Choicest  of Cigars  -0  Agents for Calgary  Beer.���������-��  NELSON, B. C.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  c and Transfer Line,  B. C.  The annual report of the minister  ol" mines, for the year ending December 31, 1900, has just been published  The icpoit covers 300 quarto pages,  illustrated with 41 halt" tone pictures,  and accompanied by two maps; one of  the province showing mining divisions  and the. other of portions of Atlin,  _.ennctt.'and.Chilkat mining divisions.  In calculating the values of the products, the average price for the year  in the New York metal market has  been used as a basis/ For silver 95  per cent., and for lead 00 per cent, of  such market price has been taken.  Treatment and other charges have not  been deducted.  B. C. OUTl'UT, 1900.  Quantity.  Value.  Gold, placer, cj: $      63,936  $ 1..178.-24  Ool<l, lode, oz       167,153  3,453'-Si  Silver, oz    3 9_8,I75  _,3-9,200  Copper, lbs    9.9,7,080  1,615,289  I.��ul,ll>s  63,3-S,62i  2,691,887  Coal, ton, (2,240 lbs)    M.".,595  4.318,78s  Coke, ton (2240 lb*)         >.,i<49  425,745  251.740  *>6,314.7S1  Output 1899   ..$12,393,131  Iiicr ease 1900   ��� ���$ 3.951,620  Stag<  PHOENIX,  Singe leaves   Phoenix  wood    .'....  Leaves Greenwood...  for   (ireen-   8 a. m.  . .10 a.   in.  Leaves Phoenix      i |). m.  Leaves Greenwood    4 p. m.  The total production of British Co-  umbia for all years up to and including 1900 is as follows.  Gold, pl.icer $ 62.5S4.443  Gold, lode :.  12,812,760  Silver  13,649,-09  Lead  7i6i9.956  Copper , 1,362,583  Coal and Coke  49,140,917  Ilnildiiig .stone, tic  i .gso.ooo  Other lnctaN  34,640  tic." of the output actually made speak  for themselves. -The rc)K>rt |x_intsout  that the total amount which the mining industry of the province has already, though in its infancy, contributed to the wealth of the world, is  $152,155,208, which has been chiefly  derived from���in order of importance  ���gold! $75��397.3��3; c��al and coke,  $49,140,917; silver, $13,649,809, and  lead, $7,619,956. ;  The value of the mineral output of  the province for the year 1900, the  closing year of. the centuiy, amounts  to $16,344,751, as against an output  of $12,393,131 for 1899, an increase  of $3,951,620, and a pioportionate  gro.wth tor last year of nearly 32 per  cent.  Placer gold in 1900 shows a 5 per  cent, deciease from 1890, an J 99 per  cent, increase over.iSgS.  Lode gold in 1900 shows a 21 pc  cent, increase over 1899, aiid 57 pe  cent, increase over,1898.  Combined gold in 1900 shows :���  i2}a per cent, increase over 1899,  and 66 per cent, increase over 1898.  Silver in ,1900 shews a 39 per cent,  increase over 1899, and 3 per cent,  deciease from 1898.  Copper in 1900 shows a 19^ per  cent, increase over 1899, and S5 per  cent, increase over 1898.  Lead in 1900 shows a 206 per cent,  increase over 1900, and 150 per cent,  increase over 1898.  Coal in 1900 shows a 10 per cent,  increase over 1899,'and 27 per cent,  increase over 189S.  Coke in 1900 shows a 148^ per  cent, increase over 1899, and 143 per  cent, increase over 1898.  Other materials in 1900 shows a  22 per cent. 1 net ease over 1899, and  66 per cent, increase over 1898.  Total output in 1900 shows a 32  per cent, increase over 1899, and 50  per cent, increase over. 1898.  .  . -Notice to the Public  I have opened a shoeshop in the  -Morrison-Anderson block, and am  teady to do all kinds of repairing and  'new work in' my line at reasonable  prices. A socially of miners' boots  and shoes.    Give me a call.  i3ekt Mai.andrini.  PIUS ��1  Total ." $is2,i55,2oS  PRODUCTION BY DIVISIONS.  Best turnouts in the Boundaiy.    Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & flcOILLIS, Props.  OOOCK^OOOCX}OOOOOOOOOOCKX}0(X>OOOOOOOCKXK)OOC>OOOOCK_OCK}000  mum  WoR  KS.  SOI, U   A OH NTS   1'OX  KXICIISQUI.I.I.HK   SiaT-  KKS'llI.-j.t.AIUUi.i.KAND i  TMK -MOST   liKAr.THI'UI, '  AND     Ul'.l'KKSHlNO    Ol'  MINKKAI. WATKRS.    . 1  Greenwood and  Phoenix, B.C.  Wines, Beer and Cigars  Ciiriboo  J    180,000  Qiicsiiel  193,300  Oiiiin.ca  8,600  Casbiar District  819,3s,.  Kootenay, liast, District  523,666  Aiuswoitli Division  297.939  Nelson Division  &79,i>.  Slocan Division  1,740,372  Trail Creek Division   3,229,0.16  Other parts  4t,2S6  I.illooet District  09,558  Osoyoos  234,167  Siinilkaineen Division  6,609  Yale Division  75,oS9  Coast Districts  4,094,903  190c.  $   102,000  510.000  12,527  467,479  2.$55,s5i  349,465  ?S7,oS2  2,063,90s  2.739 300  Si 02S  88,493  '.35S,3S3  4,800  59,2^2  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  Take notice that the partnership heretofore  subsisting; between the undersigned carrying on  business in the cities' of Gieenwood and lMiovnix  as painters mid paper hangers, under the firm  name of Kergusoii it Miiuro, has this day been  dissolved hy mutual consent.  All accounts due the 6rui of Ferguson & Mun-.  ro are to be paid to J. Ferguson, and nil bills due '  from Ferguson it Muuro will be paid by J. I-'er-  guson.  Dated the 17th day of June, 1901.  J. R. BROWN, 1  As to execution by V. G. j  Muuro. I      J. FICRGUSON.  J.J.MARTIN, t     -   -   -  Asto execution by Johnson  Piay a  Prominent  Part in the  Prevention  from  Pains  Peculiar to  Phoenicians  A. P. McKENZIE & CO.  DRUGGISTS.  Phoenix: Bakery  C. W. 'CiREER, Pkop.  Phoenix  Street;  Opp. P.  O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  Wheu we say we make good Bread '  we are only repeating the wordi of  0111 many customers. To the stronger  ��� we nay, Try il and be convinced.  1'IRS, CAKI58, COOKIKS, DOUGH-  .NUTS, lite, always 0:1 hand.  Light Express in Connection  V. & N PHONE, 53-  eastern;  ���   ii.;:; v;. "���^^���'Ir^yiiyyyViM^M  ESTABLISHED I!  CAPITAL .i:yi?ti:&  CAPIT.-A, PAID UP;;  RESERVE FUND >:?  ���:$2,6dti,6qo^ypyy  :^l.7|2'53siS:is  Y$i.o5o;odo:YS'YY:;;:?';  KOAKD OF DIRECTORS;  R. W. Hf.nek.ek, president, Hon. M.ir, Coch.  kane, Vice-Pre*., Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, J. N. GaleT,; N. W.Tliomos, C. H.  Kathan, II. B. Brown, K. C.  DAN   BURNS  GENERAL  . BLACKSMITHiNG AND .  REPAIR SHOP  4P  HORSESHOEING o A o SPECIALTY  _fp  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  W. B. OLSON -  ��__>��������<*  General, Contractor  and Builder.  ESTIMATES     FURNISHED  BELL'S  UV1RY STABLES  VKKU  AND  SAT.K  H. BELL,  Prop.  Knob  Hill  Ave.  Good S.iddle, Pack and  Driving Horses. Heavy  Dray ing. Charges Reasonable.  Phoenix. B. C.  phoenix,  b. c  ��� t      �������� _-_,vB_v_n,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work  (Juaiantced.    Import-  HJRAD OF. _cfe, SHKRBROOKE, _���/_>.���; Y  ww.  VAH\vsaA..\Geh'l':M&i:yy;x::yy':yy:'y.  Jas. Mackinnon,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.      ���  ,Y  S. Kdgku.,  t^ocal Mgr.;-.-".'������'v.'-,i",''v',,';';.-   Y'v.';'..Y  S. F. Mokey, Inspector of Branches. ;\Y .:')  BRANCHE_.;-Y'^::Y;'y5:Y^'';;.;' :,':;';  Iu Province of Quebec���-yYO.'";.'-. .:'';>, ."'������..���;Y'.Y7V,.",'-i ��� :YY'-;'  Waterloo, W. I.'Briggs, Jfauhger;.YYY���������)ylixi:;'';  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manage..;; ".���      ������ .Y  Cowansville, H. P.' Witiiairis,: Mgr.';Y';;.YY;;<?'  Coaticook, E. N. Robinsou,Manager.YY'%.\-';'..  Richmond, W.ti BaU/Y^vi^Y/'i^r^::^;.:  Granby, W. H.RMt^u^y;;x:y^:'yy::  Bedford, E. W. Mwg^;'���'������{y^y^f ';-yy[yy^  Magog, E. P. Olivier.Y. ;Y;Y^.!;Y;YSi;::!.;;i;;Y''YY :'  St. Hyacinthe, J. Lafraraboise, Mgr.   :  Huntingdon, E. N. Robinson, Mgr.   ���.���-���;    Y;;.  Orm������to\vi],YW. H,Hargrayei Mgri*-        Y;  Iu Troviuce of British Columbia��� YYYsYvYi  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr;  .:;   Y>Y ���  Phoeiilxj'lV^Wi'SlackVA^  Agents in  Canada,-Bank of Montreal: 1,011-  don, Kng., National Bank of Scotland; Boston,  National Exchange Bank; New York, National  Park Bank.    . ...   ;,." ^.:"',:YY-Y../YY.YY/.;-Yv.,.-;.;;.-::  Collections >'���i_de'at.''ali;:vnN-_!rible'.'':;p-i_'-i'.''>->  Dralts issued forauv required amounts, good at  nil points in Canada,   U.S. and Europe;    Exchange bought and sold.      ... ....���,���>.. ;......���..-���������..������..  Savings Branch Departmeut at each office.      '  Iuterest allowed from date of deposit and cbin-  pounded annually without requiring attention of ;  deiiositor. ./:'������'." ' ������������;'���.,���'���  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 1.  ���A NKK LINE OF���  Silver, Silverine and  Gold Filled Gases   "  Tbey are beauties. Call and see them.  HENDERSON,  THE   JEWELER.  Souvenir Spoons always in stock.  ;f.  -.1  -t-'  f  YY#f;:l  ed Goods.  I). G. MUNKO.  I?ergusou.  OKDERS    BY   TKLEPHOXE  PROMPTLY FILLED.  rf�� _*    ���      _*       JAS. McCREATH & CO., Props.  OOOOOOe6oOOOOCK>OOOOOOOOOOQOOO{XiOOOOC>_<)OOOOOOQOOOOOOOO  f Leadina Hotel of Phoenix  *���������#������������������������* ������������^^���������������������������������������**********4**��***>****^**  ~~i  �����������->������������������������������������  Everything- First Class, Electric Liglited, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Xiquors; and  Cigars.  Old Ironsides Avenue,  B. C. HOTEL CO., Ltd., Props  B. TOMKINS, Manager.       '  -       PHOENIX, B. C.  & Tinning  mwswwpirmmmuitMum  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoeuix street (Back of PoBtoflicel) V. & 'N. Phone No. 44-  Phoenix, B. Cr  $���'.303,137116,344,751  By districts llie output in 1900   was:    Cariboo,  $681,5*7; Onssinr, $[67,470; liabt Kootenay, $.1,855,-  Sji; West Kootenay, $5,020,763:  I.illoou, $sK,4u3;  Yale, $1,^22,465; Const, $4 f.5,1.13.  Progress of Mining.  \Vith regard to the progress of mining the report says:  It is with great satisfaction that we  can this year again point to our statistics as proof of.otir rapidly increasing  importance as a mining .'community.  Our total yearly output;, while in itself not inconsiderable, is' riot as yet  very large in comparison with, that, of  some of the older mining countries,  but it must be.remembered that lode  mining in British Columbia is the  growth of the last six 6r  seven  years.  It is riot the amount of the present  output so much as the wonderfully  rapid growth of the mining industry  indicated thereby, which causes our  present satisfaction and confidence in  the future. '������'���'[ ������;���.:������  As has previously been said in the  reports of this department, bur actual  growth as a mining community must  and will be measured by pur actual  output, as shown by reliable statistics,  and it is by such actual .output alone  that can give us, as a province, a  standing nmoru,' the min_fal producing  countiias of ���the world,  It is, therefore, best to let the statis-  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Moscow Mineral Claim, situate   in  the   Kettle  River    Mining    Division   of Yale   District.  Where located :   In Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that  I, George   W. Ruinberger,  Free Miner's Ccitincatr No. b 40,388, for myself  and agent for J. K. Heinenway Krce Miner's Certificate No. 1140,554 and James Moron, Kree Miller's Certificate No.  I) 41,419, intend sixty Hays  from the date hereof tonpoly to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the  purpose of obtaining: a crown grant of the alwve  nnmed claim.  And further take notice that action, under Sec-  . o^ 1 tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  4,   5,'S3 j of sucli certificate of improvements.  Dated this Hiitt day of June, A. I)., 1901.  33-41 Gko. W. Kumukkgkr.  Write for prices on all kinds of���  Riding Saddles, Pack Outfits,  Saddle Blankets, Cinchas  and Harness, ivices the lowest  H. C. SMITH, Grand Forks  V. & M. Tel. 98.  TIN I'  HOOTS AND .SHOI'.S M \DK TO.  ounr.K.  I'KACl'ICAI.    MINKKS*   ANT)    PROS-  Pl.CiOKS' >IIOKS   A   MM'.CIALTW  Corner  Plioenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  O-  [Summer  !   Vacation  :M  .   MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Orinoco"  and  "Yukon"   fractional    Mineral  Claims, situate in  the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District.    Where located :  Greenwood Camp.  Take notice Hint I,  George-W.   Riniibercer,  1'rec Miner's Certificate No. b 40 3S8, intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorder for certificates of improvement for the  purpose of obtaining crown grants for llie above  named claims.  And further take notice that action, under Section 37, .must be commenced before' the issuance  of such certificates of'improvement.  Dated this .2nd day of June, A. D., 1901.  32-41 C.ko. W. Rujihekger  NOTICR TO l'RE-I-Ml'TORS 01'  CROWN  LANDS.  APlJiICATION FOR '1RANSFER  OF, LIQUOR LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that I will make application lo the board of License Con. miss toners  of the City uf Phoenix at its next meeting for a  transfer of the liquor lrcen.se now held h>* me, to  sell liquor by retail in the "Maple Lenr* Hotel,  situate on Ironsides Avenue, I.ot 6, Block, i, Old  Ironsides subdivision of the City of l'hoenix, to  Alexander Gregg and Hugh McDoumd.  J. MANDEI.,  Dated this 3rd day of Angust, A; D., 1901.      34-38  FOR_SALB.  The following  valuable freehold property on  Ironsides Avenue in the City of. Phoenix, B.C.,  The Munition of rrc-euiplois of Crown lands  is hereby called lo nit amendment to the "Land  Act," passed nt.the hist session of the Legislature, which provides ar, follows, viz:���  "9. l'rc-emplors of Crown lands, whether in  arrears in payment'of installments cf purchase  money or,1101, who at t'-ie time of coming intu  Torce of (his net, have obtained Certificates of  Improvement within twelve mouths thereafter,  shall on conforming with the provisions of the  "Land Act," except as herein- altered, be entitled to obtain Crown grunts, of their pre-emption claims upon completing pjvmeuts of purchase niouev at the rate of 75 cents per acre and  Crown grant fees, which payments mav be made  as follows: *  "Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the  31st day of December, 190!;  "Twenty-five cents per ncre 011 or before the  30th day of June, 1902 ;  "and the remaining-���  "Twenty-five cents" per acre on or before the  3:st dayiof December, . 190., and without anv  further payment of interest or arrears of interest."      , W.S. CORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B.C., 1st June, 1901.        31���34  R. B. KERR,  Bakkistick and Solicitor,  notary i'uiii.ic.  1'IIOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mink Surveyors,  AND   DrAUGIU'SMKN.  V. >_ .v. 'Phone, No. 70. PHOENIX,  15. C.  R. A. SCOTT,  Contractor am.) Huh.dkr.  ' Esti.mates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  H. S. CAVl.EY.  W.  B.  COCIIRANK.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Alma Fractional and Fnirplay 1'rnction Mineral  Claims.    Situate  in    Grand   Vorks Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located:���in   _. _.,        Greenwood camp, east ofthc Citv of Phoenix  belongiiiK to tbe 'Wyiikoop-Stephetis Tradine 1 Take notice that I, John l.ouis Grahams  Company, Limited, namely lot 9 in block 4, and Abbott acting as agent for the British Columbia  lots 1 and 2 in block 1, Phoenix,. Old Ironsides   (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, Free  Subdivision.   Lot 9 isa vacant lot.  On lots 1 and 2 there is a two-story frame  building now occupied as stores and producing' a  rental ol $1800 per annum. As the above company is being wound op this property can be  purchased at a bargain.  For further particulars apply to  D. WHITESIDE,  ���Solicitor for the Liquidator of the  jbove named Company.  Jtiner's certificate No. b 41161, intend _o days  from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Record for certificates of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action under section 37 nnist.be commenced before the issuance  or such certificates of Improvements.  Dated this _6tll day Jauuary, 1901. .'  36 T. L- G. ABBOTT.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.-.  PHOENIX, B. C.  PAN AMERICAN EXHIBITION,  BUFFALO, $60.00.  .IUNR 18, .IUJ.Y210,   AUG. 6 20  ,EPW0RTH LEAGUE MEETING,  j SAN FRANCISCO, $50.00  ! JULY 13,  14, 1(V  'CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONV'T'N  CINCINNATI, $68.50.  JULY 2 and M.  NATIONAL EDUCATION ASS'N,  CINCINNATI, $71.25  JULY 2 and 3.  For Time-tables, rates   and   full iiiforinnliod '  cull on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W.. l.KY, E.J.Govi...,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, D. V. A���  Nelson, B. C.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister.& Solicitok,  Graves-Williams Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  ''"'��� INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRK, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  Commission., for taking AifiiUtvits.  Phoenix, B.  Spokane fall, and M\m  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARO  RED MOUNTAIN I_'Y.  The only all-rail route between all points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacini: and O. R. Si  N. Co. ,  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo nnd  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily for  Republic, and connects nt nossbur); with stunc  daily for Crand Forks aud Greenwood.  Huft-t Sleeper run on passenger trains be-,  tween Spokane aud North port.  EFFKCTIVE SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1901.  Leave. Daily Train Arrive.  9:00a. m Spokane 7:35 p. m.  1.2:50 a. m Rossland .4 :jo p. m  9:15a- m Nelson 7.15 p. m.  II. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  ����� i' fWi  E-_t\-5Sfe'i��v'^;ws_wu61 fejifi SitfasjiSsaS.-'  ���-.'-.. i1      ' ' ��� '' ���' |iiSiiEi:S|l:  w*\  iftyrAi&'ifeo:'.,"���������--���;'���,. y/yy:^:  fl#w'':S.S^Ilf';?*i*'  ���Y'W3G':"��<_  |'��*;.'':;->MW:  ��� '.Vr^^yv'i^f-'^v 'v2'^'  l&^adaiity& Small Town wnere youcan gc$fc the same styles  lV-r?T.;._^;.;':?';J;:._'L_..^wy>-, ;.��� .<--���, ���. ��t ,��.: '���;,-  :.- ���;,.��� ���, ,.        ..'������'. ���,_..:..  ������(;-..������'! ��� ;.-.���... *'.���,'.'��� ��� /:-. ���',-.  ;"Y,f W;., -���;' :.��� ���������'    ������ . :     .''...-���'.���;��� _.'-;.���-?,��� .--.. ������'���::' ���   ���>,���..���-,:   .-,;-.���'���.. :..-...      ^*  ��P^CibCttJSi. BOOTS    AND   SHOES.=  fftllll^^  ;,::'^;^Wv.��-'''  Having decided to close out our Dry Goods We are  now offering our Entire Dry Goods Stock at COST, including Carpets and Bed Sheeting.,- Still have a few Nobby Shirt Waists left, although are going fast. Boys' and  Gent's/Clothing ^w_iy Down. Don't overlook our Choice  Gent's Neckties, just received.  CHAS. SEARS, Manager.  ^m$9$^m$!  }[ig^^:^i^^^6;j\iKei^&mi^e^^  Slocan} i��)y]iiJy,   i 899J $2��bbbj Ytbe  0ppsite*h#Ifts��Of_.^  Who carries a large stock of Pine English, French and Scotch Tweeds and l"Xi %w$?*L *$��  *��      ._...,.._. ���__,     ____.__..___ __...    ifloye^^  ��� _'\Var Eaule,   Rossland,  lo; February,  Ew$.IM_f_M-^  " ������'''' "-v-'"'''-'���"��� -���"-' - l;i��i$je��(2^  '���_���_���_   I___T ���_.____._____ <.__'__   (_?_�� - ��� m _ -1_ ____'*" * 1_ __<___ I _k___'^-  ^'Apiefeioi^  jr^iytiijgfasS^  _#* '.''p'V t'l���'- >-'>    ���>���'''.'��� .���ii* !���".",.'-'��� ���"! '.i'>,' _.> it" ,''1'-'"���'-'   _?'_p -'' l''i"'i''-.'���''��V�� a'. '1  3 "rnmar* y.'u __%___._*_��____��� t_J_��_%_s^_'r ���_*���_. __''*���,:. (-__���_____.  |ful0i|tii^  ,|^^^;^^|^a_^^/futtli^_^ ���  (i��brati^  iapprbx i mateJy :>$7 5I600 i->0y:p^y[y'.y(:-  yyYlt 'is^tt. lie wiled-as.^ riitI��.r,Y sighiii-  ���tai>.:|.(act'itliat'ipu'^  tioiii|Kinies^ oiijy^ :tlireejiay_ | jiiiid f divY  itieiids,;���-11rider''}.'Engi.j��h\J rliaiiagemeiity  an$; the jinipiin tsjdisi$1) u tedf liy;' these  tlirce:Cpiii|M.e;yeir^Y;u^  tlibse; jiaid ';u^t|i^- |irjii^|��l^me. icani  faiid";(2jiii^  copper  fs Amnion  LOTS  FOR  SALE  ���>���'������/, -vV- -'.-;,���  ;J&t]!was:;ui$W^  tiste's apjwara nee here next -Monday,  as Miner's Union Hall is,engaged that  evening.     Madame   Urso and  com  r_<_m_r;ia. til' nAf ; m ua'^ in ^At- _ __ vf a ! >�� ml an �� " ��� h  general  for British . ColuriibLi  as his  rrvllAr.fir,<y /M'_i_ .ilA_.;'A'ii.rnrni-l4#>W'..' .A '  Eth^niatteKhatfbeett stalke  *R ^s;ealTea%#promised*i  i| spec-alf|trainsi;;and pthfereir  Z is ��o reason why Phoenix  ^shou1d|pi.d;tl_u^  g IH AJ1D AflOiKID HWfflU fl  ^Wt^wM^iyy  ;.y-;-YY:*��yy;sy;'..-y.'^  ���^|^_*Yiwsn^^  _UiUii___iiUiUiU_UiUi_liU  ^W|^^WW_W|^^W^r_W^^rW ..^rV^WI^^MVIMH  |yjjPyje^^|;_ijiiVdr_^  rp6m;pbtta^pi)Yiiis; lot ^nYlyribb.YlHill  ;pAr_��^lft2^6lp6?'teet.iYofSw  ..V-,-/'.^1^;t1..^,'i.-^i"J,.rKi^q_j',^r   *':r:v;.--i::rr.,>v!'^,.<i-;-:-.^_.-it,;l>"i.��'-j',  ?$i0V_r$ia#^^^  i_ i'A'r.Hte '���' ���!<!; i> "_.iS_i -._ j i'Y r.-:i'_S i i" v':J;Y'l:_;:- !���j -  s.  ||||^e^&-iandjet|aesir^  ^.^ f^;Busin^_|.aiul^F|e^  ���Ifljl^ of the,  p^ijt||j;ConWucia|Geiie^^^  ^l|^_5_iimesS_.ll^^  MCARTHliR & MONK,  BBSTAijENTS  GRAVES  PIIONC;  V. * N��� It-  ot^jaclyertisiijg^^fitts^Subtlet^^nhd  its  'uncertliraiesipli'^^  ^^in^|!daylighti;.o^ of  ^in;;;thprigKt^^^ ns  '��m$e!^f^ 'or  ^^P8��iv0ci^:inrc;:S^vie|'fi he,  iVIr^|Jpria.--i't w^y^cenfe|ii||;ca n."  v;WhejiiYybu^ad'goes':) n|'.l��^pa:"j.er^ you  I^^^y^m^ri^n^i^o^i^ oi  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  Leading Stationers  and Newsdealers  ^J-^--____���-df PHOENIX  f.s'.-.~:tffj-.vi-f~,:^^r.i''"."^:s;'.-v**-v~- " m  ilj?re|^j.f,tjr_^^ij|'the>^  ���^r||^^is|in||ije;;i^  aWdj?_fn��K.i%^^^^  jlop|��inB;oneor.a  _._  ,tiii^rs;.��^sj:i_hj-^ffi^j|may^  clontattnrii'Mi:'rhpplAi-ti<i'n fi.rYnli^ff.m��ri',  s'n_3-weas^:i;nu_,^in^Mbritah|^an  Idaho and Utah and California, quartz  !l^^tedl^oniiwni|-s;ic)|f^^  l^#|^^,'3|^npniel|h^  M?W#ttaM^iniIdafi-_glb^  ID__i.���I_Ss_:omi^iAiS-r^_^^v1__^-  |^^ijr^i||^n^in;||3nd  S|jtJi|in|^|!His|i@h^  Jtiiig1ittii.-^min^lhi-vTO_k_li#^  ...v,.���..v,...,v;,.v-,,..,.^.,,-.y,.-^-.. .-jT������.-_.i.-..'i-��..J'. ^al^!^iw|^^|tjiat:5m^  ; i^^?Sl3^^iifin*St^ob'ei^c^        ^nieJjir^ripMtadj^iiS^hfelc.^j;oi.'  bringing the total thus paid to',$778 - the west will be. placed oh^tlie market  ^an^ijiJthi^gOTi^^  ;*^<s��5*^��ij^^!-tte^?s��iffi^.';:'fe  0^_^ar|Metli^i^iseryicei^^  Jve1dpn||h1^li^  jbrd)isht.^J(^^  Ynferie; goring aii;;iih^|^f|\li^es|m'|;the  Jciww j^ork i ngs 'Yof^li jjie_C il^c^ir^ii 1 side_S  SX_y_'a1���ti___tnrrt_vB__'m.i_^  mm MSINESS 'MENTION ���   ism;   ���T&'*;*,*v.'-.'.s��.''��5i*i'-'?.W"^^  Af;:,N!trq_sJpxideand;ioxyge^  1 JMs;;��fraii^ thi-.  ^'s.St|ptri^p^ii_si|;|^^ -*  ^:Y^|_^^ipfor|aWe:'rpwm  able^itej^a^  ;f?ForKeni^urni_^  rTOrrt;at::tiie|?Knob ;SHiil^Hpitei^t)etier  }mown!|j^.^  pffl||fir^liws^shc��|;b^ in  ^hwt^3||dbing|n|Strialj^^  ���f^&g; ;f Hisad fj "arte rsr^^_-|^_-i_ijijr.T_s' s,  $SJn.mfrcja^  (m, mm ul  IN GREAT VARIETY.  GRAVES-  WILLIAMS  BLOCK.  Mew York Central...  ��� ^��. ���_.-^_____  Nrs A N ���g���^ Proprietor  V. & I*. 'Phone (  ;a^d||i����l|^$!^  _aiy^__^iiiBi___:*��ia!?��_'%^.,!K>Si-i:''.-s-i.-:  ���J^l ^W  ,...,..,..,   . ....,,   .....,,--..  -r|_^^^lpe!^^tropdfBy^-^  leys' of the Columbian, Okanogan and  ^^^^^|pbi^|^|t0d|^^  'Claim. toR.rhe^samecpurpos&Yi^Sw-S-^s  |ppr4C^J|ga|at|is^reta^  ||)roy|iiciaL|;y6ai-dl|^  ,i#rt_��i^^,f __W*VG��i_�� J_4_^-_^  ....... ySI^-  ,emi��.ya5t;:  ac?  :|?i^i��oy?NGtt;��fI^N^^  f|��lf fHOEIM^ c.  FtelSHED    RCX3MS   AND     PRiyATfi    BOARD  ,_MB________________________________________________________________  ~ V  AVAPLE  LEAF MOTEL  Choire Wines, __iq_or_r_,nd Cigars always  in _tock.    Roanl liv d��v  .    or we.*.   One trial arid you Hill remember Tin* Maple Leu. Forever.  GREGG    A   A'DONALD,  PROPS.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. PHOENIX, li. C.  ..W.ZIMMERMAN..  Watchmaker and Jeweler  -.Will   Open   Soon    in     Morrison-  Anderson Building.   ��*   jk   ji   jt  Fine Watch Repairing.  Phoenix.  A Comfort*.le Stopping Place  in   the  Heart of the" West  YiYWcn^lofP-ed'i-rJ-orMg.SJYi  SMOKE  Kelowna  ,, CIGARS  UNION /AADE  ~ MFn__���., f JOB PRINTING   r  ���   NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  nt*  ~*t$t^&*&^^ j  ��� ���.���������. ��0 _.��������_.��_  .AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE  ****������������**���������?������ ������������������������'*������i��..��...ia>if.��....��.���'�����...��������� �������������������� ���������������_  b&n.aljready. started near Marcus, and  ilJ i ttle*_|)e^$;?.?YS  '.������iffii;iwi;.raq,as;Bt_toot_i^i_ Boap^SSfe  ���:K^iJ';W_.^advfrtiM__t^?^  ^���i'S^��if5gfS.||^*-i^��^i���^  iih.j5viS��i;iK;:��V\'YY;4Ji'J*:Y:.��SVt��'r',/.-.;v--;A^  '���������909a-.eeee.eo����o��*e  ^DOMINION^YAV^ENUEi  GfWTS' FURNISHINGS  ^ ?lf _  fft^pYlB^t^pnr;ipri."i_n.r] i rhak 6 a^ blw^  ^YYYKTfaeft yoa'llmakeyoDrbnsineBBgo,  'Y^,'^^'s,'!;_.^i_avei'Jisin.''Y:;''-:--;:'';v'?-;:~>!;A  We never try to_  ''^;5Ws'^S-S<Sr''��'^^'*''r?  a  The goods on our  shelves are the best that  can be bought and are  bought at the closest  prices; besides we aslc  only a reasonable profit.  Drop in and Look  at our Stock.  . .e's Cash Stores |  WorrUon-Andcrsou Block;.     Baldwlu Bloc  j2___��__ZSSS��J

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