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Vol. 7, No. 14.
LILLOOET, B. C.   MARCH 30,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
MARCH
MOX TUE WED 1 HUR Fill SAT SUN
1          2       3      4 6
6      7      8         9      10     11 12
13    14     15        16      17     18 19
20    21     22        23      24    25 26
27    28     29        30      31
APRIL
MOX TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
1 2
3   4  5   6   7   8 9
10 ]1  12   13  14  15 16
17 18 19   20  21  22 23
24 25 26   27  28
WE HAVE BEEN FITTING
Spectacles and Ttu.ees a great many
qj ware and omry  a larger slock of
J- ti.e>>e goods than any oilier drug more
ig in I.. U. lurtudf of coa. t <iti«a.    We
\j_ have h iirt-i i 1,.b_ Enuiish Te. tin.: Out-
tii.   Oidinaty rupture is curablf,—is
M:iemg cuied every day, A well-tiititnj
? iru.s is cuiipurativeiv   cointortalde,
.ft iiul many Miffer daily  torture from
■" ill-lining  trueiea.    If interested, a
*■ talk with ub, either persunally or by
^ letter, will co*t you nothing,  and if
q j on bay, we promise you satisfaction
© or money back.
a CLARKE & CO.
Br-3-ho
A.G.llEHAGLIATI,
LITTTOI-T,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
THOMAS MOORE SAYS
Go where glory wnits thee,
I.ut when fame elites thee
Oh, still remember me.
When the praise thou meetest
To thine ear is sweetest,
Oh. then remember me.
Other arms may -press thee,
Denier friends caress thee,
All tlie joys thnt bless thee
Sweeter fnr mny be;
Rub when friends are nearest,
Antl when joys are dearest
Oh, then remember me.
When at eve thou rovest,
liy the star thou lovest,
Oh, then remember me.
Think, when home returning,
Bright we'xeseeu it burning*, s
Oli, time remember me.
Oft, ns suminer closes,
When  thy eye reposes
On its lingering nises.
Once so loved by thee.
Think of her who" wove them,
Her who mnde thee loVe them,
,Oh, then remember me.
I
When nrouud thee dying*,
Autumn leaves are lying',
Oh, then remember me.
Ami at night, when gazing,
On  the gray hearth blazing', (
Oh, then remember me.
Then should music stealing
All the soul of feeling*,
To thy heart appealing,
Draw one tern* from thee;
Then let memory bring thee
Strains I used to sing thee—   _
Oh, then remember me.
D -R. _E3 ID 0- IE
Some changes may have to
be made in the relative position of the machinery, to
do tlie best work. A test run
will be made at once, to get
an accurate showing of the
gravel near the present situation, k'ome recommend to
dig deeper and keep over a
clay bottom. About 12 men
are on the work, of f and on.
Like some other joint stock
companies, there is considerable friction at times in the
inner working of the concern
which if continued may be
j more unfavorable to success
than the occasional breaking
of actual wearing, parts in
the machinery.
The reporter who write?
the rosy hued articles, my
optimist, is off duty a while.
LOCAL
II. Hoey has decided to sell
the lower ranch, if a suitable
of fer is made. 376 acres <fe
three hundred cattle lor less
than 25,000.00
Several small fainting fits
were reported iu i.iiiooet on
Saturday, caused by a $100
bill. It was with a number
of dredge men, and was an
unusual phenomenon.
Some practical JoKers are
loose. I'll tell you a good
trick, boys. Go down behind
Dr. Sanson's and start the
powder magazine, while the
choir is practicing.
Dr. White of Westminster,
Superintendent of Missions
for li. (J. will arrive Friday
last day of March, and on
cunday will conduct service
for Mr. Laidley morning and
evening. Good singing will
add interest.
Garden    Seeds,
FLOWERS & VEGETABLES,
5, 10, 15 and 20 cents per package,
according to size and quality.
SEND YOUR ORDER NOW
Before the Choicest 60!!
It. D. GUMMING        RIGHT HOUSE
ASHOROFT.
RAILROAD NEWS.
The Bill to incorporate a railway from Vancouver to Stave
Lake, has had a second reading.
This road, it is calculated, will
open communications between
Peinberton Meadows, and the
Eraser Ri ver.
E. R. McNeil is the Engineer iu
charge of the surveying party on
the V. W. & Y between Lillooet
aud Vancouver.
The World thinks the V. W.
& Y. will not come north ut once
without aid.
h:__a_.sh:
A Chinawoman aged 172, got
on the boat for China, recently,
at Vancouver. They all go back
ns it would be a Bin against their
ancestors to leave pig-tail and
bones m B. C. This woman is
an orphan.
Kamloops is to have a smelter
in the near future. Also probably
the offer of a consumption Sanatorium. They wont want that,
—nobody does I If we had railway communication now, this
offer would be made here. What
would you say ?
Recapitulation shows, up to
the Capitulation now imminent,
7 Russian Generals are prisoners
6 killed, 5 wounded, 4 disgraced.
4 Admirals recalled, 4 in Japan,
3 dead 3 loitering iu lonely seas.
Japan lost one General hilled,
two admirals drowned in 1 ship,
none disgraced, since they prefer
death. No use to recall a Jap.
ilie Would cub himself open.
_POC_EC_E5T   2DXJ___S,X_a3
1905
FROM 15 CUP.   OFFICE   DIARIES
1, 2 & 3 DAYS TO A PAGE.
WHITTAKEK'S &  THE CANADIAN
ALMANAC FULL OF INFORMATION
At   Smith   Bros*
BOOKSTORE!
Vernon and Kamloops
CORRESPONDENCE
A young man well known here
writes ;—
Arrived 0. K. in San Francisco
on the Senator, 3 days out from
Victoria. 1 wus a sight to behold or be held for vagrancy ; ou
account of seasickness, sleeping
undressed, and a few bristles. I
wns hungry the minute I landed,
and entered an elegant restaurant, I am sorry to say.
1 saw my mistake, and wasn't
allowed to forget it. The wall
was a mass of mirror, and everybody the glass of fashion. Why
can't the rich overlook outward
appearance ? or wear a look of
forbearance.    \
Today I sought the humblest
hashery on a narrow side street.
A mau in a cage told me a meal
cost 5 cents, and offered me 5
tickets for 5 cents. I thought 15
would about hold me. I learned
that soup waa lc bread le etc.
1 sat dowu at a table without a
cloth, dish, knife or fork. But I
was a marked man from the beginning. Why ? because I was
well dressed.
A youth aproached and made
me to Know that all were equal
there,—no waiters. So I tucked
up my cuffs, put my neatly rolled
umbrella and new hat under the
table ou a bench, rubbed dust ou
the shiny shoes and reached iuto
a box of Knives, forks & spoons.
Then weut with my tickets to a
hole In the wall. Got along* all
right up to dessert. Had baked
crab apple, and I wanted three
to finish out my tickets and my
appetite; but there's where 1 fell
down. The dish washer said he
wouldn't wash no fifteen dishes
for no fifteen cent dude.
I think I wiil try the vegetarian
cafe of the 7th Day Adveutista
tomorrow.
Lillooet will have an enjoyable
entertain ment iu Paul's Hall,
when the moon gets full again,
along about April 13. Singing
by home talent and foreign, evolutions by tlie young folks now
drilling, etc.   Watch for notice. v+mwmwi*******
The Prospector,
2~5E~:
The PROSPECTOR
■W*E3*E.K:ii"Sr-
AD7BRTISINC RaTES LOW Al POSSIBLE,
Basis or 30 cents per square Inch,
FOR ONE MONTH.
fiY C.*W.A*BMSTB01~rG
LILLOOET,  B. C,   MAR. 30,1905.
Lillooet, learn to luxuriate in leisure
now. Gft all the i_oo<1 yon can oul of it
because the railroad is coming when n<
man can re*t. Then nn more long walks
or ciient smokes. The merchant will
have no lime to devote to lirds, hies,'
dog* or trees; or run up the hill hikI
stick a stick of powder in a quartz v ii.
The printer will he un~i>le loelt«ih
hi* feet in the oven makinu up new-.
Instead of two days to a mail it will h-
t«o mails to a day Toe policem.in will
have <o handle hoboes hidden in every
train. The harher, butcher, baker, and
blacksmith all busy as bees and perhipa
adv. riisinif. Tne attorney will desert
his gaiden, and the telegrapher find no
time to set the sun dial. In a year after
we nlli he sighing fur the old times, and
be considered antrdiluvians.
Mr. Archie M.Pmaid in a Lillooet
letter says the Estimates will he brought
down this coming week ; and should the
Government decide to bring down a railway policy this session, it will be on the
lines of contract, which mean actual and
immediate construction.
The " man in the gallery " says that
the up country mem hern are actively engaged in assisting ibe deliberations of
tbe Government iu caucus meetings on
railway matters, with a view of facilitating early action.
whnt poorer, or else residing for
a period at Kamloops ; or there
would have been more does and
puHsilily ewes, to keep up stock
ou the range. It is to be hoped
that wardens will be appointed
for their competency, and not on
nccountof their political or other
pull; and will nob consider themselves assessors, of which the
Province has enough.
I quite think that steps should
be taken to protect both sheep
and deer from the ravages of
cougar, coyotes, etc. But will
Mr. Martley kindly specify what
steps lie proposes to take, and
which of the already heavily taxed industries he would hand over
to be further shorn ; as apparently he thinks that the imposition of any taxes on men who
travel thousand', of miles afc vast
expense, and must therefore be
well fixed financially —to be the
height of wickedness : aud since
the protection of the game must
cost something, how will the
money be raised.
Yours, &c,     C. 1). Wray.
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with the PROSPECTOR,
$1.60 a YEAR CASH WITH ORDER
The appropriation for rural schools i.
to be $490 instead nf 450.   Coiuin' up.
GAME QUESTION.
Lillooet, Mar. 28.
Sir,
I nm afraid, from reading Mr.
Martley's letter in the Prospector, that I did imt make myself
sufficiently explicit,   relative to
the tax (Mi hunters and guides,
nnd he, in common with the rest
of us, objects toVny increase to
his   probably already excessive
taxes, and kicks.
My idea, is as follows.—
A tax of "fl.00 a year for chief
guides and $50 for second guides
with a clause to the effect that
guides convicted of hunting out
of season should be suspended
for a year or two for the first offence, and entirely debarred on
the second.
This would limit the number
of professional guides, and help
to keep up rates, and institute
a. body of men in different ports
of the Province, interested in the
preservation of game, aud iu the
nature of experts able to help iu
drawing up laws pertaining to
sport.
On the subject of game wardens
I must respectfully^ disagree with
Mr. M. as I think if efficient men
were appointed and did their
duty, that the shooting of does
and possibly ewes iu early spring
would cease. If tbere had been a
game warden on the Nortli Fork
two weeks ago, the treasury
would have been somewhat richer, und certain Siwashes some-
O. -A. ~F~HC.A~.I_R,,
)^ General   Merchant. H
Outfits   and Guide,   famished
BmT"      to  Hunting Parties.      Jt/B
Groceries, Hardware,   Drugs, Photo
Supplies, Dry Coods, Etc.
LILLOOUT     -     -    3.     C.
tKK-C;
Wm.  CUMMING,
General Store and B.C. Express Agent
LILLOOET.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Hotel Victoria,
LILLOOET,
MARK R. EAGLESON, PROPRIETOR.
Headquarters of
BIO- aj-JlttZ-m HTJISTTSBS
Wire for Outfits, guides
Etc.   Cost Reasonable.
Every Attention to Travellers and Commercials.
Large Sample Rooms.
Headquarters of Ashcroft and Lytton
Stages. Special rates for families SPENDING   SEASONS.
Rooms, Table, Liquors and
Stabllnjr,   All   Excellent
Are Constipated
The whole digestive system is
deranged and the system
poisoned.
By their direct and combined action en kidneys, liver and bowels Dr. Chase's Kidney.
Liver Pills overcome disorders of these or.
Bans, cleanse the system, purify tbe blood and
prevent and cure s. riom disease.
Mr. 6. Ii. Barnaby, painter in the D.A.R.
shops, Kentville, N.S.,
states:—" I have used
Dr. Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills for a number
of years whenrver )
would set constipated
and suffer from kidney
pains and derangement!
of the digestive system
and know of many others
who have also used them
for similar troubles. 1
can join with others in
pronouncing them a B
excellent medicine.
When constipated I find
Mil. BAI.NABY one p;n sufficient to set
me right, and am never without a box of these
pills in the house. I consider tbem the best
medicine I ever used."
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one pill a dose,
25 cents a box, all dealers. The portrait and
signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous
receipt book author, are on every box.
Dr. Chase's Backache Plaster conquers paini
and aches, lumbago and rheumatism.
LOCAL
W. J. Gates returned last
Monday from a trip to Hat
Oreek, Clinton Si Bonaparte.
J 8 men are at work at the
Maggie Mine.
Paclielqua school is still
closed on account of mumps.
Willie Larochelle's case was
almost fatal. To prevent it,
2 meals a day is suggested.
Wm. Dickey has taken up
a large portion of his cattle
to their summer range.
Mr. Evans returned from
two weeks' prospecting near
Pemberton Portage, and J.H.
Rowbottom took a run up,
accompanied by H. L. Phair.
S. IJ. Seroy has been doing
some assessment work on his
McGillivray creek property.
Mr. Marshall is recovered
from a sudden bad spell.
The grist mill will startup
.oon, as considerable wheat
is being delivered, especially
from Fountain ranch and 16
Mile House. Either one of
these places could feed the
town, so what's the use to
worry.
The school yard is a great
deal bigger and better now.
Vote of thanics is in order.
President DicKey invites
all the people to an At Home
at the school at 3 sharp on
Friday, tomorrow. The Editor will play the bag pipes.
At the Hatchery, the pipe
leading from Seton Laxe is
being weighted, to withstand
Spring freshets and not be
above surface at low water.
OLHsTTOISr,
"•&.&_&-
To the Editor,
Sir, Tlie letter, "Clinton,"
which appeared in yonr inane of
March 16th, and which you iu
yonr letter of the lOlh ocknow*
lodged having received from me
for publication in the next issue,
was not written by nie, nor did I
give any person any authority
to use my name to nny communication to your paper.
Yours Faithfully,
Nellie Marshall.
Clinton, March 21.
EMPIRE   VALLEY '
Mr. J. N. J. Brown, writing in tht
year book of B. C. eaye:—
This country is chiefly a grazing section
with prairie land, well watered and timbered. Largo numbers of cattleare annually raised. Grain is also grown, tlie
ruling price 2c. Apples are successfully
grown at MeEwen's, and Lesser Dag
Oreek, Alkali Lake, Big Bar and Dog
Creek. Plums and cherries are growu
in places. Small fruits do well. Oats, a
ton to the acre. There is a great quantity of potatoes grown for table uie and
boits. The horse industry has been quite
profitable. This is the bust country in
B. C. for sheep. Ruling prices, $6 for
sheep, $5 for lambs. Many piys are
raised, and nearly all bought by Chinese
Miners, who pay 5 to 6 cents on foot;
the balance make bacon for home use.
Irrigation is required for crops, and
plenty of wate** available; ditching cost!
75c a yard. The land ii mostly taken
up in tbe heart of the settlement. Im.
proved farms can be bought, but fetch
good prices.
Labour, wh'temen, 1.50 a day or 30.00
a month. Chinese 20.00 as cooks: and
Indians 1.50 a day.   White labor scarce.
NOTICE.
I must request all persons
whose poultry are not shut
up, to Btop them from damaging my garden.
E. Santini.
The readers of the Prospector, would
like to hear from Empire Valley, if any
one cares to write.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
J. DUNLOP,
a_n_2_T_m__-__&.x_i STOBB,
LILLOOET.
Tradc Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ae.
Anyone lending a sketch and description may
tmlcttly nscortuin our opinion frae whether M
invention Is probably patentable. Communications p.t,HetlvconUdent.nl. Handbook on Patent*
sent free. Oldest agency for securingjpatenuu
Patents taken through Mann _. Co. reoely*
Sjw.al notice, without charge, In tba
Scientific JUitertcai..
A handsomely .Unstinted weekly. largest etr.
nutation of any scientific Journal. Terras, S3 *
rear i four months, tl. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & to,!»«"•*■* New York
Bias at. usnoa. ~t' ~ 81. 17.~a_tl_a.t~~. £. C   .
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The   Prospector.
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. tn.
Monday>-, Tuesdays, Fridays, R.rurd }'■
One hour hi imon al H.ilf-wny Hmin
Rca.li Lillooet 5 p. in. Rrl.i'iii:i|i or.
Tuesdays, Wednesday!", 8a'.unlays antl
Sin daye.    .7  uile. aloii^ the Ftas> r.
Beautiful   Scenery.
P.
Spet iw! Tripe   made.
Wriie to
REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
BX STAGE.
IIHITISfl COLUMBIA EXPRFSS
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIHOO POINTS MONDAY
ISO-MILE MONDAY ANI) FRIDAY
LILLOOET  MONDAY AND FRIDAY
R. I). Ciiniiiiiiifi*, formerly of
Lillooet, and now the Right Mini
to Im.yft-oiii in AnIici-oF.., litis \n\v-
clii.se.] J. A. I-I'oh.I .vt.ll,H linsinesH
there. The goods will not be removed at present, and Mr. I?,
will conduct the litisiiieaw for a
while at. the old stand for Mr. (j.
Mr. J.  Hell will soon lie leaving* for a. trip lo  Penilieitoa.
He seat some good healthy looking fruit trees frtin. here over to
his pre-emption  there.
The calm before the storm:—
the diirk before dawn, —Xo news
this week, but Wait. Look out
for splinters, us Jim Brett says.
George Hurley and family did
not iii-rive as expected last week,
packing & moving is hard work.
The former member Mr. Smith
is in Clinton, nnd will be paying
11 visit here before lonir.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at the expiry
of 60 days from date, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land in
l.illunet District, lying due east of Lot 18,
Group One, I.iiiooet District; commencing
at a post marked "A B.H. O'Halloran's
8. W. Corner " thence east 80 chains: thence
north 80 chiins : thence west 80 chains:
thence south 80 chains to the point of commencement .
Dated ihis 13th day)  B.H. O'HALLORAN.
lated ihis 13th day)  B.H. OT
of March,  1905.j
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnt I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply for permission from
:he Chief (.'onimisssoner of Lands and Works
to purchase 640 acres of land in Lillooet Di>-
irict, commencing at the Norlh East corner
of Lot 225, thence North 80 chains, thence
West 8j chains, thence South 80 chains,
thence Kast 80 chains to initial point.
Empire Valley,    J  ANTHONY BISHOP.
March 20, 1905, f
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at ihe
expiry of 2 months apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
lo purchase 160 acre of land in Lillooet
District, commencing at a post about one
mile east of thc 20-mile post, Lillooet and
Clinton wagon road, thence east 40 chains,
north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40
chains to initial post.
18 Mi'e House, )     THOS. J. COLE,
March 17, 1905.J
NOTICE
Nctice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from daie, apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, to puichase 640 acres of
land in :h•: District of Lillooet, commencing
at a point about one mile from North East
corner of Lot 225, thence North 80 ehains,
thence wesl 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
1 hence Kast 80 chains to init al point.
Empire Valley,    )
March 20, 1905   [ SAMUEL BISHOP.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date, apply for P'.r-
mission from the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works to purchase 640 acres of
Land in the District of Lillooet commencing
about two miles from the North East corner
of Lot 225 thence North 80 chains thence
West 80 chains thence south 80 chains ihence
East 80 chains to initial point.
For Backache and
Kidney Disease
Dr. Ohase's Kidney-Liver Pills
are the most prompt and
effective    treatment
obtainable.
While this statement is strong and definite ll
is postively correct and is backed up by the evi- 1
tlsnce of cured ones ln every part of the country. j
Mr. E. T. Bi.dard, Lacaux Sables,Portneul j
Co., Que., slates:—"For two years I tried a !
number of different remedies i
for backache   and   kidney :
disease without   obtaining j
any relief.     Since   having |
used Dr.  Chase's Kidney- '
Liver Pills, however, I am |
happy to say that they have |
proven of wonderful benefit
to me.    1 can certify thai
for me these are the best
""-.Pills I have ever come across
sand we always keep them in
the house.      It will be a
pleasure for me to reply to
any who care to write me for
UR. E. T. BBDARD further particular!  of my 1
case." j
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one pill a
dose, 25 cents a box. To protect you against
imitations the portrait and signature of Dr. A.
W. Chase, the famous receipt book anther,.tre
on every tax af Ms remedies-
Km pi re Valley,   }
Miirch 20, 1905   )
JOHN ARTHURS
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 d;iys from date apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchise 640 acres of land in
the District of Lillooet commencing about
three miles from North Kast corner of lot 223
thence Nonh 80 chains thence West 80 chains
thence South 80 chains thence East 80 chains
to initial point.
Kmpire Valley. )    MARGARET BISHOr.
March 20, 1905 )
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date apply for- permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
•nul Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
ihe District of Lillooet commencing about
four miles from North East corner of lot 225
ihence North 80 chains thence West 80 chains
thence South 80 chains thence Easl 80 chains
to initial point.
Empire Valley, )  WILLIAM BISHOP.
March 20, 1905. )
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
the District of Lillooet commencing about
five miles from North East corner of lot 225
ihence north 80 chains thence west 80 chains
thence South 80 chains thence East 80 chains
to initial point.
Empire Valley,    [     JOHN BISHOP,
March 20,
Valley,    )
0, .906  j
Fir Seeds wanted,
For export, seeds of Douglas Fir and cedar
f will pay for clean seed $l,5o for fir and $2
for cedar per pound.
The seed can be secured by gathering the
cones from the trees, and spreading them On
a tight floor, or on sheets; or on paper in a
dry room. In a few days the cones will open
anil tl.e seeds drop out by stirring them occasionally.
Then clean the seed by using a sieve, or by
pouring from one dish into nnother, in a light
breeze, to separate light seed and dirt,
Advise as soon as possible, the quantity
(ou have, and I will send directions aboul
shipping.  See my advertisement in this paper
M. J. Hanky,
3010 WESTM'R ROAD
Vancouver
NEW GOODS —
Antiphlogietine, Beef Iron and Wine,
Camphor, Cas.arenna, Chamois Skins,
Extract Witch Hazel, Euthvniol, Nervi-
line, Bromo Seltzer, Pepsin Tablets,
Pears' Soap, Walnutta Hair Stain. Belladonna Plasters, Seidletz Powdeie, Headache Powders, Carter's Little Liver Pills,
Oarbolic Soap, Lubin's Perfumes, R. &
G.'s and Assorted Perfumes, Lubin's
Toilet Powder, Powder Puffs and Boxes.
Buy your medicines at the Drug Store.
The first consideration is quality. The
General Store doesn't know much about
quality. The next thing is Price. The
G. S. doesn't know much about Drug
prices. He sells one thing absurdly low
and another thing aht-urdly liiih. And
you want to know things that lm can't
tell you. We can. It is our business to
know and to tell you and to hold our
tongues aliout it. We exchange things
not damaged or give money back. We'll
do anything to pleaHo you. Buy your
Medicines at the Drug Store.
16-3-ho      CLARKE & CO.
Here is a list of papers which you may
see at our office ; Victoria Times, Hedley
Giirette, Scientific American, Winnipeg
Free Press, Montreal Weekly Witness, and
the.Family Herald of course The Vancouver
World and News A -Jvertiser, Kamloops Wa-
wa, Ashcroft Journal, Seattle P. I. Herald
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