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Array THE
PROSPECTO
Vol. _, No. 44.-"V
/ A
LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 2o, 1901,
C^.0** & ftav
LILLOOET AND BRIDGE RIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
GZ&l-XXttl,£-X-    IsALXilX^GX-XJLl-Xrr
Miners Supplies."—«sp^
I_CI.X,00_CT, TB.SC.
Branch Store at Bridge River where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, .LILLOOET, B. C.
Oarries ■ lull  stoek uf all kinds of Groceries, Dry  Goods,   Boots  »nd  Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
#      *      &
Pioneer
Lllooet, B. C-*-s^^H0tel
W. F. Allen, Proprietor.
This H. del is capa'le of aceomi dating 80 Guilts.   Br.mrlt: Ucoms for
f'oiiiiin rcial Travellers. Everything First-Claee.
HE VD-QUARtERS FOH B  X. STAGE.
Hotel Victoria.
XiILXrOO-ElT  33. 0»
Tliis hotel being new and thoroughly flnishe.! IUrriu_hoiit Is the only first
■ IMS hotel in Lil.ooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention bj
Hopping at the Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the hotel. Headquarters for Ike Ullooet-Lvtton stage.
9   9   Ik    V    9   9     CHARtES    MlillKK VTB,     #«««*»
M. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR   HOUSE.
X>.   1-,»___$_B:B,   PBOF.
.    ' 11.1.0010", • . ...      .
T_e Har ia supplied with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .
B.O.
HAVE   VOU    GOT    IT?
If you're sore
To the core,
With   aching bones,
And husky  tones
When  you speak,
And  you're weak
In  the  knees.
And  yotl  sneeze,
And often cough
Vour head  near ofpf,
And you  not*
That your  Ihrost
reels quite raw,
And your  jaw
Feels as if
Von'tl got a biff.
And  dull pains
Vex yonr brains,
Then you're  caught   ft,
Ynu have got  it—
It's the grip.
If you   feel
Tlie heat steel
O'er your frame,
Like a flame,
Till you burn
And 'you yerrn
For  chunks  of ice
At any price.
Then like n  flash
The   shivers  di.mli
From head to ie»t,
A chill complete,
And  you shake,
And   ynu   quake,
And   there's desire
For   a fire,
And  something hot
Right en the spot
To quickly drink,
And  you think
Right (.here and then
You'll* ne'er be warm agaia,
Then you've caught   it,
Vou hare got  it—
It's  the grip.
It's in the air,
It's everywhere;
Thc microbe of the grip;
It's on   another trip,
And   un and down,
Through   all  lhe town,
By night and day
It seeks  its prey.
And its the fad,
' If you are sail,
Or even  mail,
Or   if you sneeze,
Or cough or whecte,
Or   feel too   warm,
Or chills alarm
To  wear a look of grim dismay
And hoarsely .say:
"I've caught  it,
I've got  it —
It's  the grip.
Brief Despatches.
WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Capt. D. F. Allen, of Franklort,
commanding Company I., 38th United
Stales Volunteers, says that the PJi.il.
ippine insurrection will continue. He
believes that the Uuited States will
have to eventually have to withdraw
from the Islands, and that Aguinaldo
will take the first opportunity to maki
his escape into the mountains an'
to lead   the in'ttrgents as before.
AMERICAN SPECULATORS BUY
UP MANITOBA LANDS.
Reports from Winnipeg state thai
about 100,000 acres of land has bcei
purchased by American syndicate",
Already numerous American settlers
have arrived, and many new arrivals
are reported daily.
THE HOT WASE REACHES
THE WORLD-8 METROPOLIS.
Nows items from England describe
tbe heat there as tropical, The Intense heat in London has eaiised an
increase el deaths, while sunstrokes,
prostrations and faintings have kept
the ambulances busy. Shipyards have
been handicapped on account of the
absence of men suffering from the beat
THE FOOD STORE OF THE WORLD.
While we rejoice In the prospect of
an abundant harvest throughout tbia
country, the report is published that
the crops of Australia, Russia, Germany
and   France  are   short.   Considerable
| quantities of grain will  have to be Un.
; ported by these countries tn mnke up
ithe shortage.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON.
j REFU8ITO RELE 18E AMERICAN
j     WHO FOUGHT  WITH BOERS,
The American Government recently
applied to Great Britain for the release
of an American citisen named Morgan,
a native of Virginia. Great Britain
has declined to comply with the request
and the legal officers of the Washington
State Department have concnrretl in
Ixird Milner's opinion that any person
who serves in the Boer army loses hi.
former nationality and right to protection.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stuge leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet. returning next day.    Special trips made.
If you contemplate a trip into Lillooet diatrict, write us for information.
CAMERON & HURLEY     ■:•    Lytton and Lillooet, B L.
&® Bridge River Travel ~<
Steamer leaves the Mill wharf every morning (except
.Sunday) at 9 a. in., for lake points.
Returning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
i*'or information concerning rates, special trips Ac.,
write the company or call at the Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
M.  P. GORDON,
Kamloopft, B.C.
Furniture of avery description,  Carpets,  inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Pole*, etc.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
ton
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my oare;
railway charges are rattled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
G'-ftMA.N'Y SECURES  NEW
TERRIIORY.
The P.itria states that Germany has
•ecupled the Farsan Islands in the
Red Sea, and has araanged with th e
Turkish Government for tho cession ol
a strip of territory on thc Arabian
coast.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
J. MacMillan, Proprietor.
LYTTON, - - B. C
This well  know_.  hotel  is
First-clais in every reipect.
1    Sample room   free.
FURNITURE.
A lull sleek of all   iadi of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is o«w kit sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Repair Shep in Ursa Cloak.
Call and examine stock.      Nt> iietatsle to
NEWS OF THE KKttES
A meeting of the shareholders of tbe
Anderson Lake Mining and Milling Co
was held in Lillooet on thc e.cning of
July the 15th which was largely attend,
ed. All local shareholders who were ii
town were present and Dr. F. 8. Rey.
noliis of Ashcroft, vice president of the
company. Arrangements were made hy
which the mortgage on tbe propett)
wdl be lifted and ten additional stamp-
soiled tn'he mill. Tl e greatest coufi-
lence in Ibe future of tin- mine prevail-
d among those prt-een'as the mine is
paying itn way with only ten stumps
Before many years '"ue people of lhe
towu will see fifty or sixty stamps ii.
•lie mill.
Shares will be placed on thc market in a very short time.
STRIKE IN' ROSSLAND.
Rossland, B. O..—The strike is still
unchanged in situation here. All th.
employees of the bitf mines, embracing
approximately 1,300 men, are idle anil
those remaining at woik in the principal properties are engineers and pump
men, who stayed in at the union's
orders to keep the mines free frou
water. A number of mine properties,
including the Iron li.a-k, I. X. L. New
St. E mo, and Home-take have, no
been affected by the labor trouble.
The city is very timet, nothing bin
ing transpired partaking in tbe.ligln-
est degree of disorder. The union ha.
s'ernly foi bidden its members to In*
dulge iu any practices savoring of vo-
•me. Several communications have
passed between the strike execiitiyi
and the mine managers, all of a most
courteous nature, but nothing has evolve.! yet in shape of a basis ot ag'cement. The board of trade is exertin,
every effort to promote a settlement
but so far without marked success,
although it is too early to judge of the
probable outcome of the Business uicn.t
attempt at pacification.
asssassc   i i a ~ j__w_-_<i
j-s o<r___L..?3 s:_>._* TXB.
MB. SMITH  TALKS.
H    POINTS OUT THE GREAT
NE "IES8ITY FOR WAGON BOADS.
E'd'EHIR wrr.uvH BUrt'/)"*
AN ELECTRIC RAILROAD,
According to two American eneineer*
who have recently returned from Berlin the Kaiser is joint partner wi'h
the well-known engineering firm of
Siemens _ Ha'ake, for the construction of a fast express line between
Berlin and Hamburg. The intended
rate of travel is 100 miles an hour
His Majesty is said to be contributing
several million marks from bis private
fortune.
THE   ROSSLAND   STRIKE.
The strike situation at Rossland remains about tha same as last week.
About 1,200 meat are now idle. The
Iron Mask, Hcmestake, Ncw St. Elmo
and • number of others have not been
affected.
TO  THE  DEAF.
A rich lady enred of her Dentin-** and Noises
In thc Head hy Dr Nichol*on'a Artlflelnl Ear
Drums, gave aio.ooo m his Institute, so that th*
deal people unable to procure thc Ear Drum*
raay hnve thein free.   Address No. 1_2S The
Speaking to a Province reporter, Mr.
Smith was emphatic in his declaration
of the future that lay I efore his chosen
home.
"L llnoet" he said "has been a mining country since 1800, and will he the
finest district in the whole of the province for many years lo come. The
placer claims are still working after 40
years of washing, and a hydraulic company tin re. the Lilltinet Hydraulic, hue
a record of nearly forty years of con-
tiauous work and is slill iu active operation.
On Oadwallader Oreek in lhe Bridge
R.ver country, there are many meritorious propeitice, The ledge worked i*
a free milling quarts mul good reeulis
have so lar been obtained. There art
ibree stamp mills iu full work, ami a
fourth hasjuBt been set up and will I*
operating in a short time.
The great trouble is the want of road-.
The stamp mills on Cadwallader creek
have had to be taken in piecemeal al
an enormous expense antl then set up
on the ground.
Some idea of tbe extent or the prosecution of the industry in this region
may be gathered from the fact that
laat season one Lillooet merchant pack-
eb in over 80,000 pounds every mouth.
For this a charge was made varving
Irom 6>s to 9 cents a hundred pounds,
s serious handicap on the mining industry".    Province.    •
A Sunday School superintendent,
who happened to be a dry goods mei-
rhant, and who was teaching a class
of very young tots, asked when he
had finished explaining the lesson:
"Now has any one a question to aek?"
A very small girl raised her hand.
"What ie it, Martha?" asked the superintendent. "Why. Mr. Brooks, how
much are those little red paraso's in
your window?" said Martha.
J NO. WAWN
LILLOOET,   B. C.
shoemaker.
LILLOOET FBOM __*! 0
STANDPOUrt.
Tbe News Advertiser, in i'.i $*KmW
edition, pnblilhet a l«_g Wi (H>viflB
iccount of a trip taken to? cat tf im
T-epreeentativM through Mm tttf ML
Tbe writer leys greet MfUB c£ tlt'i advantages of this section *..> • tfecsso*
resort and advices the** *he mm eating a suitable spot ia vfaisC tt' «pagf
their holidays net to oiyll** tt; Oe-
ligbtful localities ot tto iatee***. A
summary ol the miniag •pcfaUtO new
in progeas in thi district ie a_B
given. Readers ef tbe troepeetss) Qmt
take note tbat the Kerf ilw-^OH
seems to be tbe onlv eeait mm ttmt
Hires Lilloect a fair shake.
We give a few extracts atom ft* dfr
.cription of tbe mince.
The Anderson Lake Miniaf Ce.'c pr*»
perty, on McGillivrey Creek, ieene at
'he laigeet mines in operation in tho
district This property ht aituM eft
-he creek enme   3,000   feet dtso*e tho
he level of the lake. About fKCS
nave  been  spent  in  developing   end
pening up the property, including the
or»ci:oi: of a ten stamp mill, the buile>
ne ul a trail four miles long, the erection of bunk houses, flume*, tremwovs,
••tf.
At. th* present time 14 men era employed  in  the mines and  mill   aaeer
tanager W.E.Brett.
Although • low grade fro* Killing
property, some remarkably rich ore hM
heen taken out of the mine, and there
ia at the present a sample on view In
the local branch of thc Bank oi B.
N. A., which weighs ten ponndi, bat
which carries a wonierfiil amount of
visible gold. Tbe work in the mine so
far, consists of a tunnel 400 feet long ia
the main ledge, and one 200 feet long
aliove. From the latter there ai* two
upraises, one 200 feet, aud another iSO
feet. There is an upraise of WO feet
from the lower tunnel. No. 3 it in 80
feet. The ledge ia from 5 to 10 feet
broad, tbe quarts averaging $5 per ton,
hut occasional pockets of very rich
ore are struck. The ore ia Ine milling,
the cost ol treatment being estimated
at slightly under $2 per ton.
Only a few of the mines at Bridge
River are working at the present time,
although 164 mineral claims were recorded there last year, and 115 certificates of work iss'ted. The Bend Or is,
perhaps, the best known mini here,
and i.lihongh little work ia being done
tt the present time on the property,
about 7,000 'ons of ore have been tree: •
e.l in the stamp mill installed, which
have yielded over $70,000. Some 1,800
:n-i have been gone in the mine, nnd
the thicknees of the vsin-fllllng ha
heen shown to vary from 12 Inches
lo 4 feet. A 10 stamp mill is ea the
property, and is worked by water
power of which there il sufficient
nvailable to operate 40 stamps if seeded.
The Lorne group which bas yielded
many thousands of dollars worth of
gold, extracted with tbe old fashioned
arrastras, is now temporarily closed
down. A 5 stamp mill wai erected
on this property last year, «nd tho
water power originally used to rua the
arrastras, is utilised in workiri this.
In 1899 and 1800 this property yielded
over *10,000.
The Alhambra, adjoining tha Lorne,
is only working a few men at the pre*.
ent time. The vein on this ii about
24 leet 6 inches.
Miners of the district have every confidence that the preient quietneM ia
the camp will only be of short dur-
ution. The Govertment haa appropriate.; t~. -Mj (o widen tbe trail frou;
Seaton Lake to Bridge River, and 30
men are now employed in widening
the trail to 6 feet and casing thc
grades along tbe route.
THE PROPER TIME TO TAK.K
A BATH.
In the Province of Ncw Braoiwkifc,
all would-be teachers who present tkein.
'elves at the Provincial Normal School
are required before admission to pan
in entrance examination. Among a
variety of subject! they are examined
on physiology and hygiene. On on*
■aeh occasion th* question Wl* pot
"What is the proper time to take a
bsl'it" One of tie candidates, a young
lul}  ansHtred' "The  proper   tins* to THE FUGSF-KGTGIi, LILLOOET, B. 0., SATURDAY,,JULY 2Q ,9$V? .
rs-:
THE PROSPECTOR.
PUBLISH8D  EVERY    SATURDAY
AT LILLOOET, B.C.
»y th8 pAoaracroa publishim comtaxt.
ORGANIZED    LABOR.
Tho struggle oa the Pacific Coast bc-
twetn tba Canners and Fishermen has now
iMClitd an   acuta stajc.    At any   moment
LATEST  NEWS.
CHERRY VS SMITH.
Action for two thousand dollars anJ damages and trenpasa, heard before  Chief Justice
4 Martin yesterday, dismissed with costs.
FLOOD IN JAPAK.
Yokahama, July 17.—The prevailing torrential fall of rain has caused extensive floods
throughout Japan.    Crest damage ha3 result*
opportunity may be jt¥«n the
raUliatt on those who have taken their
places on the river. Such retaliation in-
Tarimbly invoWw financial loss and per-
s*u«l(, injury. We deplore this, yet can-
■ot argue tkat the Labor organizatiens
•r» the centres of com.ant revolt and
tbstt strikes would not occur if Labor
Unions wero discarded. We do not believe this. Even Trades Unions which
presuppose a difference of interests between employers and employed, have often had conservative leaders who have
eounselled pacific measures when even out-
aiders saw injustice dealt out to members
of the Uaion. Such organisations as tbe
Knights of Labor take a somewhat broad
outlook, and teach lhat the interests of
employer and employed  are  identical
Some of the most severe labor struggles
have occarred in Belgium where Labor
has seldom, if ever, been efficiently organized. \Yhere the leaders of laborers'
ot^sWiuations arc received respectfully by
the tmpUyer and when they are recognised
like other representatives, friction will be
reduced to a miuiraum. We have reason
ta think that this cturtesy is beginning to
W shown. The Labor representative U
treated already on a par wiih one who
represents Shipping, grain and other interests. The interests art equally important,
Uorefore equal deference should be paid
to all
Organized labor is not more, nor less
faulty, than organized Capital, and where
Capital is organised, Labor must inevitably
be organised.
Lot ns hope that the debates and (lis-
•nsuons en Labor questions, may have
more ef an educational tendency, for a
broader knowledge is much needed.
strikers to I aBd there have been numerous casualities.
CHILI'S   PRESIDENT    DEAD.
The president of Chili, Edcrico Erragoriz,
Is dead.
DANISH CAE1NET RESIGNED.
Copenhagen, July 17.—The Desehested
ministry has resigned. King Christian has
requested the members thereof to retain their
respective portfolios pending the appointment
of a new cabinet.
DISORDER IN PEKIN.
Pekin, J«!y 17—Disorder and lawlessness
have greatly increased in Pekin -since thr
policing of the city was restored lo the
Chinese. There are nightly burglaries by
large bands of depredators, while men in thr
employ of Europeans are frequently stopped
and robbed.
Canadian
Pacific
a
LIMITED"
Service for 1901 commencing June loth, 1901
Four Days
Across the Continent
This is the fastest nnd best equipped train
crossing the continent. If you are going East
there are some facts regarding this service,
nd thc scenery along the Canadian Pacific
Ky. which you should know.
The time is arranged lo pass the greatest
scenic features of thc line during daylight.
Pamphlets furnished free on application to
any C P. R. Agent or to
NOTICE-
ANDERSON LAKE   MIMING AND
MILLING CO. LTD.
Nofice Ib hereby *c!ven that an cxtraordinarj
meotinf-f of the shareholders of the AncWr-ioo
Lake Mining and Milling Company will W
h'eld at the companVs office In Lillooet on
Monilay July 21th !901><jLtho hour of 7.30 in
ibe evening, for the parpbi ; of considering,
and if deemed advisable, of pausing a by-law for
the purpose of raisins? fund* for the phrpoie of
paying off the mortgage and placing ten additional stamps on the company'* mine, nncl
for the purpose of increasing the company's
capitalization, and to authorise the director***,
and officers of the company to complete and
sign all documents and papers in connection
therewith and to mnke any further provision
for the carrying on of the company's buiiness;
and for general hufdnosi,
Ullooet July 6th IM1,
W.M.BRANDON.
Bscretary.
E. J. COYLE,
A. «. P.A.,
Vjiuooavar, It. C.
THOH. CLARK,
A pant,
Lyttvn, B.C.
11. J. ATKIN
Lillooot. B. C
DBALIR IK,
Hardwir*
Stovei
Tinware
Miners Supplied
Farm Implement*
Harnett A Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
AU ortlers promptly tUaudetlka.
Royal Hotel,
A saan came iuU our office the other day
end voluntarily paid up his subscription in
advance. Go and do thou likewise. Thc
path made by the footsteps of tbe benefactor while on his wav to the palatial office
in which thia great family journal is published, is still in good condition for travel.
Dollars are as necessary to run a newspaper
£3 well as any other business Although
the wind does blow 'loud and long' at this
end of town, we can't pay eur bills with
it. If you think you ponld, come and try.
Beinf well provided with fire arms, having
both a rifle and shot gun, each suitable for
different classes of people, woe betide the
delinquent subscriber wbo tries to pass this
•way without paying up. We are also cori
templatinc importing a bull dog of a very
fierce breed, and we will teach him how to
tell by a man's appearance whether he is paid
up or not. If the latter, look out for squills
for the chances, are, that when that man
■goefl home, his wife will have to mend his
trousers. We don't wish to use peremptory
measures at all but the end often justifies
thc means.
**ei$IGIQlGI&Gl9l9l
i   Pavilion
ff» s»U our rt.dsrs' attention to tlie inter-
*its» with Mr. Smith by a "Province report-
ar. In sroieh Mr. Smith is raported to have
aud that thare were three stamp mills oa
CVlaralladn creek, and another about tn
aamaeate aperatioas. Of course thin little
alip is somewhat in our favor, but reporters
■I tbe caast hara the happy knack of get.
ing arerythiof which pertains to Lillooet
WFon_. For instance, when lhe Lorne and
Woodchuck were banded, ane coast paper
mado the astoundi"- 'Mfanwat i.W tne_
properties were on Tcxada Island. Other
examples of the same thing could be quoted.
tVhr is th's?
TBAUE ilAKK.
Flower.
li. _ W. OtIMHINO, Mis.,
PAVIUON, B. C.
p.
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Sucker Creek J. C.
JOHX COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
River Miners and Prot-
pectort. Good accommodation.     -     -     -.   -
Stable in ^OQuee'.ion.
^»«»)T^-CC^
JAS. B. UREN
GENERAL BLACXSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufacturer of all kind at
MINER'S SUPPLIES, PICKS, DRILU, Etc.
None but tb* best material i'-nd. Vlnarn or
prosper tori lending in orders will reoelvt
prompt attention and  saUstacUouj[iiurunt-aed
Half-Way Hovise,^^
ULLOOET--LYTTOM ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stajci.
CHARLES McT.TLLlVRAY, Proprietor.
We h-i-4 arranged to make foi this week a
vast imprcFvement in our inside sheets, but
cu-cu-mituncep over which we have no control, most probably the unaccountable stu-
pttiity and negligence of our paper manufacturers, prevented our good intentions from
being carried out. However we can safely
promise a marked Improtement in our inside
sheets for next  week.
TOLSTOI'S ILLNESS.
L-oml©.,. July    17.—According to a tele-
irata received from  Tula,   European   Russia,
oud* T-elatoi*. frver is very violent, hut an
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
J B CHERRY,
A. B.TSIS. COI.I... BriI.IS.
BARRISTER. SOLICITOR.  NOTARY  PUBLIC
I.iiiooet. B. C.
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Rose.,
Shrubs, Vines, Hull*, Hedge Plants,
Seeds.
Extra choice itock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.    New importation ol
fir.tci.ii-*  Khododcadrens,   Raee*.   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from. IS'o agerts nor com-
■niiisMn to pay: Orders dug io one day you
get it the next. No fuaoigating nnr inip*-.. tion
pbarges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im
elements, fertilisers, bee supplies,. He. largest and most complete fvock in the province.'
Send for catalogue or tall and make your selections before placiug your orders.    Addie-M
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
VVHITH LABOR ONLY.
Brett  Ranch,
First-class acc«nmod«tiMi for lhe
traveling public. When going to
and from the -mines make the Brett
Ranch for a stopping place. The
best meal and bed un trail aud everything noat and clean. Only white
help employed. Reneiaber the
place when on the trail. - • - -
Stable  in  (lonueatoon, hay and food.
H. BRETT,     •     •    -     Proprietor.
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Cautcn Drill Steel, Firth T-«d Stce1,
lessors Tool Steel, Bar Iroa, Norway Iron, Coil Chain. B B Teitetl
Chaiu, Miners Picks, Miners Shovels.
Agents for
The C^iait Powder Co. s, Dynamilc,
Puss, Caps, cte	
We also carry all kinds pf Shelf and Heav
I lard ware.    Correspondence invited.
!?__!-____SMV__w
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouvor, 8. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
GoM, Sil.-er-Ltwl ami Copppr Minos wanted »t the EXCHANGK.
FREE MILLING GOLD  [iroportieu wntituJ at once for Eastern Iu-
vcBtora.
Parties having rninini! proporty fr>r sale are requested to send  sample
of ttitir ore to the LXCHANGE for exhibition.
We ilesire to hear from prospectors who have promiring mineral elsims
in British Ooluruhia.
Frospeutors anil mining men are requested to mako the EXCHANGE
their hPrttlqnartern when in Nelson.
All samples, shou'tl be Bent hy exprees I'REl'A!!}.
Correspoudouce (elicited.    Address nil coiumuniCHtionB to
ANDREW   F.    ROSENBERGER.
Telephone No. 101.   V. 0. Hox 700. NELSON, B. C.
THE mu. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GAXXALXDA.
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Prooerties
Hand.ed
Properties Bonde^
Vancouver B.C1
Don't horget the Ashcroft I ailor
WHEN YOU AVANT A NEW SUIT.
I Save Just received direct from Scotland the best selsettoD of Twtads, Wontatle, lM§aa
PaalisKi In Ike Interior.   Bailsfaction Ruaraiueed.
THOMAS Mol'USU. Ueruh.nt Tailor, AnUerofl, B. C
Tho new stnge line leaves Lytton every Monday -ttA
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trips
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati it Co., Lytton  B. C.
R.F.Anderson&Co
VHV WR8TMIN8TKR, B. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oil?  and Varnishes,
Stoves',Enameled lion
and Tinware.
Miners Rteel, Pleki, Bhovels, stti., Wire Cable
and Buses! Wns Tannine.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
Our Spec!«ltlea:
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
KAMLOOPS, B CI.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
NAVIGATION I
(LIMITED.) »
WHARF STRKKT. IOTOEU.
TineTaU* No. M.-Takinx Mtct  N*t. LStfc,
Victoria to VAiirimr«r - Dully ai 1 p. m. V#j»-
fonviT lit Victoria -VMy at J.lOp.in., or ** wt*
rival n/ tbe Cl'-K. Nu 1 trwlti.
NEW WfcSTXIIaVHTtiR ROVTK.
Li-HVi" Viutorin fur Nrw VVe#iiaiofli«r, LaAv*r,
l.uhi Inland, I'ltuup-r'n I'mm— tTu^wttu aud
Friday »t7 B.ro.   Lchvu n,s,» w>h._b.i_*_i.i tor
Hrttunia-f nt V p.in
NORTHKKX ROl'TK.
MteaniHhf i>k oi thi« . fomjwnr   will Uavo &»r
Kort   Miinpimi   nnd   in tut luutflftlv   point*,   via
Victoria, im ami l'uh i-ach ninniii ai Jl p.m.
ALASKA ROfTK.
Hl#niiiFliip„ of tht-. foninany  will laarc  ev»i;.y
\ViMiitf.fttiny for Wungtil and Hk_gwaj* at I p.hi.
BARCLAY UOUNIf KOLTE.
Htc-uiner   IhuVC-     'rli-ifia     fur    A1 bitrv.1     aUtl
Hound   portH,   ou   lim 10th   and  2itth  **t   »„«n
nnmrll,   «xtt'ii.;ib|; 'latlvr  . Irtpff   to   t}unh«iu-«
nnd ''ape Scott.
1 liu tioin puny n-Min cw Ilu- riifbi   of  aKau^lug
thii- tlin. tat>l« ai any lime wit aunt tioUA.aCki'ti
«. A   UAKLKTON,
Ocn«riil ritfigitt Agimf,
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4>i*ticrai Pii__-f*r^«;r AyeM.
Oitnt«n  Ruit   w.ir  iiuintn.  Monday,
tV*wlii«d»y and Fiitlay,
All  point!   iu   Cariboo.  Mon»lav'*«.
«Bd Fridar.
LilUeet 4ire*?t, Monday and Friday,
Forkiof QfiMBvit*, atfrd way petnla.
Monday.
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LILLOOET AND BRIDGE RIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
C3-2Q3Sr_B]__?;j__Ij     MEROHANT
Miners Supplies/
LILLOOBT. -B_0-
* Branch Store at Bridge River where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, 13. C.
a fell itosk of all kinds of Groceries, Dr
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
•arriss a fell stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,  Boots   and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
* * \_i
Lillooet, B. C-
Pioneer
Hotel
W. F. Allen, Proprietor.
Thi* Hktel is capable el accenu dating 80 Guieti.   Sample Room* for
(.'emrurcial Travellers. Everything First-Olass.
HE\D-QUARTER9 FOR B   X. STAGE.
J NO. WAWN
LILLOOET,   B. 0.
shoemaker.
JUp*lru   B*_,Ur   eoPMt**    H*r_,«M
Ud r«palr.-4v
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich tatty cored ot her Deafness antl Noises
in the Head by Dr Nlcholaon's Artificial Kar
Drum., gave 110,000 to his Institute, n . thut the
deaf people unubls to procure thcmir Drums
aiay tntve thein free. Address No. 14523 The
Nk-bo'iou Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New
York, U.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOB
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned t* nay care;
railway charges ars settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
J. MacMillan, Proprietor.
LYTTOX, . . B. €
Hotel Victoria.
LILIOOBT   23. C
This hotel being; new and thoroughly finished thrfenghont ie thc only Iral
elaes hotel in I.iiiooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention by
etopfiing at the lintel Victoria. Good stabling ia connection with the hotel. Hoasl-
sjuartera for the I.iiiooet-1.yHon stage.
9   e   9  9  «   *    eHAnsiie   msiiiktiatii.    •  «••••
M. R EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR   HOUSE.
X3. VTU-tsjmut, _p_ao"*».
' JLLOeUT,        ....        .       . b.o.
VUe Bar ie supplied with thc best Wines, Liquors and Cigar*. »w I
.   LYTTON STAGE LINE.
• Riage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
!*   K you eontomplnte a trip into Lillooet district, write ns for Interaction.
CAMERON & HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B C
Bridge River Travel*
Steamer l.avea the Mill wharf every morning (except
_>«_day) at 9 a. in., for lake pointi.
Returning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
y.or information concerning rates, special tripe Ae.,
writ» the company or call at the Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
MP. GORDON,
% Kamloops, B.C.
Fnpaitiuve #f eve»y 'deaeription,  Carpete,  inoUmm,
*h»vr Shades, <<or»ie« FelfS, •*•. .■
'•i_.
Subscribe for The Prospector.
It is All Right,
This well  known  hotel is
First-claw in every respect.
Sample room   ire*.
BRIDGE RIVER
FURNITURE.
A full stack ol nil    __S *f
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is new tor sals by
II. C. PjL_____EB7
lillooit, %. c
Store aad Repair Shcp in Urea Wa*.
Call and cxaasiae  sleek.      Ne treacle te
skew {sods
repairing a nrtctivrt.
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section
Have your ad. in at
once.'
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few days, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
Read The Prospector
$2 a year.
Advertise in The Pros-
peetar.
J". CLARKE,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Watchmaker.
All work warranted.
^ _■-.,. ■        -., ...„ .^
The only map giving the locations of tha min-N of thU rich
free-milling camp.    Everyone interested should have one.     Prior
Fifty cents.     Send for one at once.    Address:
Provide AgrainsT
Accidents and
i
s
Sick Days,
BY TAKING OUT A POLICY FROM
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B.C.
Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
This is an ideal policy and besides covering accidents takes in eighteaa differ****
ailments. Don't be without some security for no one can tell trhen they trill nut wttk
misfortune.   Call and see the agent and getiuititbisr-partiouls .• ' %
m
THE PROSPECTOR, LILLOOET, B. O, SATURDAY, JULY 20 J801.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. W.Cumming., Sr.
laat Huutlay for Victoria.
led
The Hisses Carson bar. retarnad to
llieir home on Pavilion Mountain from
Columbia Colleje, New Westminster.
A. W. B:_ith. M. L. A. and J. B.
Cherry, B. A. are in Victoria ennas;ed
in a lawsuit concerning tbe Tacant lot
behind the flag pole.
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asst
Jack Walker left Inst Saturday for
his home in Ontario, where he will remain for a few month..
W. _filler has completed hi. contract
of renovating the English Ohurch and
will commence work   on the new jail
immediatelr. M
  Mr.  Jas. Bell continute  to   steadily
Paul  Santini   and Rod   Atkins havo   improve and  will  noon  be able  to be
transferred their stock ot groceries on
Cadwallader   to   Willie MuKivor who
will conduct a first class general store
there.
Dr. F. S. Reynolds, editor of the Aah-
crolt Journal and vice president of the
Anderson Lake Co., spent Monday eve
ning in town.
Messrs T. A. Brett, A. A. Bre -t. and
Vi. McLeod came down from Mcflilli-
Creek Monday, returning to the mine
on Wednesday.
F. H, Nelson  has been slightly under
tbe weather daring the past week.
Dr. Child's Ointment Is the best remedy in tbe world for Itching Piles. It is
■old by Clarke & Co., at the Pioneer
Drag Store, Lillooet.
Mrs. -and Miss Cibbs, of Cayoosh
Oreek paid a abort visit to town on
Wednesday.
Dr. Sanson returned on Tuesday
from Clinton, accempanied by his
brother who has recently arrived from
Australia.
Mr. aid Mrs, V. U. Nelson intend
leaving next Tuesday for Kamloops to
remain tbare a few day*. Tbey hate
sot yet decided where they will make
their heme.
Mr. J. Newiom, of the Vanconver
Hardware Oo. is spending a few days
in town.
Mr. Jno. Marshall's horse ertated a
considerable disturbance on Thursday
•vening by tearing down the tie pole
near Phair'a store, to which it was tied,
•nd starting oft borne with it. It may
be that Mr. Marshall was abort of lumber for bis saw-mill, or perhaps the
horse wanted to make Us presence felt,
like Mr. Marshall.
Willis Allan, who bad been prospecting 40 miles from the North Fork had
tha misfortune to wound his leg verv
badly with an ax cutting off a piece of
bone. He rode down to the North
Fork to the camp of W. Jones and W.
Andrews, both of whom accompanied
him to town. Dr. Sanson, who was
telegraphed for at once, dressed the
wound which ie now doing aa well at
eould Toe expected after Allan's terrible
lid* to obtain medical assistance.
Summer Carnival, Aug. 6th to 10th.
Bvitry effort is being made to make the
Vancouver Street Fair antl Summer
Carnival to he held August 5th to 10th
a success. It is expected that the 0.
P. R. will put in effect special rates
from all points into Vancouver, antl
that special excur.ione will be run.
The Province has this to say about
the event—:
When Vancouver's summer carnival
opens here in all its wealth of entertaining and attractive features, every
one will be especially delighted witli
Jabour's Oriental Carnival Circus and
Menagerie.
There are many things to see at Jabour's, many strange and interesting
things, which show the modes of life
of tbe peoples in the congregation.
The street parade is spectacular and
pleasing. Oriental people In tbeir native costumes catch the eye and hold
it.
I    There are really too many   features
pin ...wili t circus  so   enumerate, anu
they are all good.
The aggregation add to the gaie.y of
any community it visits.
NOTICE.
Dan. Hurley ia foreman of the gang
of man employed across the river on
tbe Lytton road. The very steep grade
on tbe hill Immediately after crossing
tbo bridge ii being materially lessened
which will be a great boon to travellers on tbia road.
We learn on good authority that the
Lillooet-Ashcroft road, via the Fountain
ii to be built some morning before
breakfast. We are very much afraid
that the tudden and intense Joy ol
waking to find onrselv.s but 34 short
miles from Ashcroft would prove such
a shock as to entirely rob us of our appetites for breakfast. Bo, take yonr
Unto Ashcroft please and don't surprise
ns any more than yon can help.
Clarke dc Co., Lillooet, have a com
plate stock of Drugs, Medicines and sun-
dries. Letter orders promptly ettend.il
to. Just tell them what you want oi
what the lieu '•:' • is, enclosing money and
•itSJ »iil do tha rest.
A young man named Howard Bruce,
who has been employed around this
seetion for some time was arrested on
Monday on the charge of stealing rich
specimens from the Andersen Lake
Mine and was sentenced to fi months
imprisonment. As Bruce is yet quite
young, be has ample time in which to
return to the paths of rectitude. A
severe lesson of this kind would not
fall amiss in other places.
Fred. If. Nelson who has been conducting tbe Pioneer Hotel 'or the past
fifteen months, has handed over the
management of the hotel to its owner,
Mr. W. Allan, who will conduct it in
its uanal first class shape
Trie Niuiit\\_icitFn_|i, QuMtlon.
Interest in this 'burning' question seems
ts lag. Some people don't seem to realise
what an immense safeguard a nightwatch-
man would be to lhe town. When a big
fire strikes it some windy night, the eilicens
will wish they had had such a person to
gusrd their property while they were sleeping.
Now that the matter has been fairly started, it should not be dropped. We would
suggest that a public meeting be held in
the near future for the purpose of talking
th. matter over. There it could be Ascertained how much funds were necessary, how
much had been promised and the details in
connection with appointing a committee etc.
could be arranged and every man in town
would have a chance to express his assent
or dissent. We are convinced that all difficulties can be overcome if we all pull together for the common good. But let there
be a public meeting to discuss it.
VANCOUVER STREET FAIR.
back in  his accustomed place.
Head The Prospector
$2 a year.
ANDERSON LAKE   MIMING AND
MILLING CO. LTD.
Notice ii hereby glrcn that en oxtrAordiuary
meeting of the shareholder! of the An-i-rson
Lake Mining and Milling Com pany will he
held at the company'**! office in; Lillooet on
Monday July 29th 1901 at the hour of 7.S0 in
the erenlng, for the purpose of considering,
and if deemed advisable, of passing a by-law for
the purpose of raising funds for the pbrpoie of
paying oft the mertgiige and placing ten additional stamps on the company's mine, and
for the purpose of Increasing the company's
capitalisation, and to authorise the directors
and officers of the company lo complete and
sign all documents and papers in connection
therewith and to mAke any further prorUlon
for the carrying on of the company's business;
and for general business.
Lillooet July 5th 1901.
W.M.IIUNDOW.
Secretary.
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section
Have your ad. in at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few days, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
Canadian
Pacific
"IMPERIAL
LIMITED"
Service for 1901 commencing June loth, 1901
Four Days
Across the Continent
This is the fastest snd best equipped train
crossing the continent. If you are going East
there arc some facts regarding this service,
nd the scenery along lhe Canadian Pacific
Ry. which you should know.
The lime is arranged to pass the greatest
scenic features of the line during daylight.
Pamphlets furnished free' on application to
any C. V. It. Agent or to
We arc headquarters for
Canton Drill Steel, Firth Tool Steel,
Je&sops Tool Steel, Bar Iron, Norway Iron, Coil Chain, B B Tested
Chain, Miners Picks, Miners Shovels.
Agents for
The Giant Powder Co.'s, Dynamite/
Fuse, Caps, ete	
We also carry all kinds of Shelf and Heat
Hardware.    Correspondence invited.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
DO
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Pavilion I
TE_UE Stlt.
Flower.
R. * \V. CUMMINO, M _•
\jg PAV1UON, a. c.
K. J. COYLI,
A. Q. P.A.,
Vanoouver, B. C.
THOU. CLARK,
Agent,
L7IH111,. ll.C.
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C
DEALKR IM,
Hardware
Stovea
Tinware
Miners Svmnlies
Farm Implements
HarnetK <k Saddlery
Furniture, etc., ■
All orders promptly attendee])*.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
KO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once (or Eastern Investors.
Parties having mining property (or sale are requested to send sample
of their ore to the l.XCII ANGE for exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral claims
iu British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the EXCHANGE
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to
Telephone No. 10L   P. O. Box 700.
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER,
KELSON, R.O.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJlKTJlXDJL.
Royal Hotel,
JAS. B. UREN
GENERAL BLACKSMItHING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufacturer of all kind ef
MIXER'S SUPPLIES. PICKS. PRILLS, Etc.
Nose »ut the belt material iMd. Mfneri or
pro* pec torn sending in «rden will reeelre
prompt attention and latisfactloQ^guaranleed
Half-Way House,.*^
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Staffs.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
J\ 0_L.JL_=^_S:_E,
LILLOOET, It. C.
Watchmaker.
All work warranted.
Sucker Creek, B. C.
JOHN COLLUM,  Prop.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospector*. Good accommodation.     -.--'-
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. •.ntlM.SJOLL.,HlU¥.
BARRISTER,  .SOLICITOR.  NOTARY  PUBLIC
l.llloo.t. —. Ci
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
Brett   Ranch,
Kirst clues aarconimodftU'oti for thc
traveling; public. When Koing lo
antl from the nines make the Brett
Ranch for a stoppiag place. The
best ixeal and bed on trail antl everything nut and clean. Only white
hetp employed. Remember the
pluce when on the t.ail. ....
Stable in csinneclson, hay anil feed.
H. BRETT,     •     •    -     Proprietor.
Advertise in The Prospector.
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornament a! Treei, Roeee,
Shrubs, Vines, liulbe, Ii<dge riant.,
Seeds.
Extra choice stock of Teach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation ol
lirst -class Rhododeadreni,' K-mm, Qewatis,
Bay Trees, Mollies, etc.
£0,000 to chose from. No agents nor com
mission te pay: Orders due ia one day yon
get it tbe next. No fuuiigating nor inspection
plurgcs. Green hon ne plants, agricultural im-
cleiuentti fertilisers^brc supplies, etc. Largest and most complete Hock in the province.
Send for catalogue or i-alj and make your *el-
eetions before placing your orders.    At-ldrcw
M.J. HENRY, Vaneouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Praoerties
Handed
Properties Bonder
Vancouver B.C'
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I em»c Juitt reeelretl direct from SY.elUud the belt selection ot Twende, Wortsete, Serfs*
Faatlaf s In r_»-Interior.   Satisfaction siiitretueort.
THOUAH McDUKU. U.toh.ul Titllor. Alhcrofl, 1. C
Lytton Stage
The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday anrl
Friday for Lillooet, returning next Jay. Special trijM
made,    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton B. 0.
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KKV WJC8TMIN8TKB, It. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners Steel, Picks, ShoraJs, etc., Wire Cal.lt
and Kus.el Wire Fencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
Our  *»iMJci<.Hl_.»r
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
TCLJ. TsrriXDOFe, _3 a.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Clinton an.l  way points,  Monday,
Wttliienliijr and Friday.
All  points   in   Cariboo,  Monday's.
and Friday.
Lillooet direct, Monday ami Friday,
forks of Q«Miirlle, and war points,
Monday.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
NAVIGATION 0..
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WHARF tmtKKI.   ICTOItU.
nm-»T_U« No. M.-T/kin*   KU.il   N,r.  Lftfc,
Victoria to V«ttcourer—iMf!/ -* 1 p. m. Yu-
couver lo Victor tit -Dally Mt J.15p.m., t>r »a _r-
rlral of ihe C.P.R. No 1 (Mu.
NSW WHfiTMINHTKK ROt-TR       .
1>at_ Victorl* for NVt* We-Rtmlfittor, Imduf..
Lulu liUnd. Plumj«r'fl Vmv—Tu«dj» _nJ
Krtd*/m 7 A.m. I*ate Saw W-Mj-ntlUnWr l»f
Vi-jtorU and Way I'orii - W.du.nlay *t*<-
Mdturdar al 7 p.m
KOHTUKRX ROLTX.
llMnitlttpfl o' thin   ronipAiijr   will ltave for
Port   81ui[*on   aud   la t-ar me dial*  p-vl-nli.   via
Victoria, f_t and 16th rach month at it p.m.
ALASKA  ItOl.'TJC.
8toamililpi of thin cornnany will leave ev«ry
Woduetdfty for Wra 11**1 and Bk-ngway at « p.hi.
it a tfer, a r so r n r» ho utk.
Staauier Uavei 'etorU for Alberni -ml
Hijuml porta, on Ihe 10th and 30th el pud
mouth, wztendliig lattor trtj* to Qualilu-*
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