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LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901
LlLOOET AND BRIDGE RIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
GXVlsrTVttJLXj    liJLTilJE&GXEtjAlXrr
Miners Supplies."—«ess*
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. 0.
Carries a (all slock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry  Goods,  Boots  and  Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
_Fioisr3:3D_» ::h:otmx*.
PRBft. tl. NELSPN, prtprlftor.
0AM-pie   Hm-auji    Ur    CwiuiaHr<;i«l    Tr*v_)l_ri
AJvery aintii. in Ootinu. Hon, Ban kc«Ui
NlllUlbOAt ttof If litis:* CO ■1.1(1 flOlM
A*w«.i.t>n  l.rttrt *ud ttrtfftf
W^vi*  ^PiU'4,
Hotel Victoria,
x<ix,ijOoarr b. a-
Tliii hotel being new and thoroughly finished throagho.it is tha only first
otass Intel in Lil.ooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive avcry attention by
•topping at tht Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with tba hotel. Head-
quarters for the Lillooet-Lytlsm stage.
• •••••   cHAaaea moddhatb.   999999
M. It. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR   HOUSE.
x>. ar_»__s3c_a, prop.
*«__eoirr, a. a.
i Bar ii supplied with the bolt <Vin«s, Liquor* and Oigara. iti I
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stago leaves LVtton overy Tuesday and Saturday morning fer Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If yen contemplate a trip into I.iiiooet district, write ua for information.
CAMERON t HURLEY     •:•    Lytton and Lillooet, B L
M.  P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Faraiturs of «very description,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Sbadeg, Cornice Poles, etc.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
Wnr Alacfkra Steamers for Rkafrwuy and Alaslta points lcav« Victoria, (very Wednesday
U* Biaaaa.   evening nnd Vancouver every Thursday atl p.m.
Steamers (or B.C. Northern Points leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly.   Regular etoamers
lor all NriiiiU Columbia points.   Particulars on application. C. H. BAXTKK, O. 1'. .
Spectacles for all sold by Clarke & CO.
THE PROSPECTOR.
BY  RIC.  X.  FRASER.
The V. V. &. E. Railway of which
there ie eo much agitation In the districts
concerned, will probably be completed
this year. Tre provincial government
ment has experienced considerable debate and wcrry over its railway policy,
and in this particular line reserves the
right to let to whoever they wish and to
make the beet possible bargain. A coast
Kootenay railway is badly needed and
will open up one of the most promising
mining sections besides the finest agricultural country to be found any where.
The mining industry of the Kootenay
will bs greatly benefited and a competitive railway line will not only benefit
one part but the whole provir.ee. The
principal kick seems to be that the 0. P.
K. company's propjsale should not receive any consideration whatever and
that soma other company should receive
provincial benefits for its construction.
A great many of the towns and cities
whose existence depends on the Canadian Pacific railway, have passed resolutions asking the government tbat this
line he constructed and intimating that
a different company would be more acceptable to undertake the construction.
There is no doubt but what the O.PR.
could work a great hardship on the coast
towns by giving freight rates to inland
points at the same rates as tha coast gets
on through freight. Thus supplying tbe
wholesale centers in the interior, which
would cut off all the trade with the coast
cities and they are more or lest at the
mercy of this corporation.
The provincial estimates are out but
so far no itemised account for Weet Lillooet is to hand, Tho appropriafion is
♦15,060 and $5,560 goes for general repairs; $8,000 general construction, aud
$1,500 for Lytton-Lillooet road. It is to
be hoped our member will secure tho
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises
In the Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Bur
Drums, gave 110,000 to his Institute, so that the
deaf peoplo uuablo to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1452:1 The
Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New
York, U.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant. LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
rou
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are eattled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEL
HOTEL.
Silverth rn Br s. Props.
LYTTON, . . B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
roam   free.
FURNITURE.
necessory appropriations tor some of tht
mucli needed improvements for the town
such as the hospital, addition to tin
school house, etc., in the supplementary.
The Bridge river wagon road seems to
be an item missingas there is no amount
sufficient lor its construction on the estimates. The citizens of Lillooet aim
mine owners, miners and prospectors li
the Bridge river district will have abundance of cause for a kick if this wagon
road ia not forthcoming.
CHEMISTS, DRUGGISTS * OPTICIANS,
LILLOOET, B. C.
A full slock of all   inds of
UP-T0-P1TE FURNITURE
it now for salt hy
H. C PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C,
Store and Repair Shop in Ursa Block.
Call and examine stoek.      Ns trouble to
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The Prospectou office has been moved
into new quarters and during the past
couple of weeks tbe inBide reading portion has been modified considerably, owing to the increase of work by making
the paper an all home print, and the office fixtures being somewhat out of place.
These matters will be straightened in a
few days and we hope our patrons will
overlook the past deficiency. As is always the case, a kick will ouly be forthcoming from those- in arrears or who do
not patronize the paper. The Prospector
has done what it could in the past to advance and promote the interests of the
district and such will be its aim in the
future and it ie the duty of every loyal
citizen and resident oi the district to do
all they can to assist in the support of
their home paper.
Read The Prospector,
$2 a year.
The mining recorder and assessor and
collector at Lillooet has received the appointment of gold commissioner for the
Lillooet Mining Division, which includes
the whole of the West Riding of Lillooet
district. This ie an important appointment and such an officer bas been absolutely necessary in tbia riding. Heretofore certain documents, papers, etc., had
to be sent to Clinton, causing delay and
inconvenience to parties interested, Mr.
0. Phair who has been government agent
for this district for a numbei of years
has received the appointment and no
doubt will prove an efficient gold commissioner.
Some time ago a public meeting was
held, when a committee was appointod
to take up the cemetery affairs. Is it
not time that something was done? We
hope to hear what the committee has
done or intends doing.
Give the Bridge River district transportation facilities and as a mining section nothing in British Columbia can
touch it. The past few years has demonstrated this to be a fact.
DUNLOP-MARSHALL.
One the most pleasant ceremonies ever
performed in Lillooet took place last
Monday evening, the occasion being the
marriage of Mr. John Dunlop to Miss
Matilda Marshall, eldestdaughterof Mr.
John Marshall. As both bride and
-room are well and favorably known in
this vicinitv a very large number witnessed the ceremony which was performed in the Methodist Churjli by Rev. J.
II. Wright, Mrs. Wright presiding at tho
organ. The bridesmaids were Miss
Eileen Cherry and Miss Nellie Marshall
Mater *f the bride, while the groom was
assisted by Mr. W. M. Brandon and Mr.
A. W. A. Phair.
After the ceremony the guests partook
of a very sumptuous repast prepared by
F. II. Nelson of the Pioneer hotel. After
full justice had been done the splendid
dinner, several toasts were drunk, Mr.
.Marshall being toastmaster. Several
very good after dinner speeches were
made, thoBe particularly worthy of mention were delivered by Dr. Sanson, Mr.
Phair and Rev. J. H. Wright. ilto-
gether the wedding passed extremely
pleasantly, Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop left for
their homo late in the evening.
Thk Phospkctor extends congratulations.        	
The man Cameron, who was sen to
the penitentiary at Westminster for his
part in the burning tho hotel at Columbia, B. 0.| to serve a term of six years,
escaped on Tu sday night, and was captured Thursday morning while crossing
Pitt river bridge.
$2.ooa year*
BRIDGE RIVER MOTES.
In an interview wilh Mr.C. D. Wray who has
recently returned from Bridge Kiver district,
il mny be of interest for our readers to have
his opinion on the tolaea ami other matters.
The trail over the Mi.sion Mountain seems
to hare su.L-red very litlle during the last winter, there being very little slide matter in the
trail though on the Hridy. river side slides
have fdled it in In places rather badly.
Beyond Ward's ferry some slides have taken
place and consideaable loose rock has fallen in
making it inconvenient for travelers oo foot.
This occurs Jin places all the way to Sucker
creek.
The hotel accommodation along tlie trail is
good and improvements are going ahead rap-
idly.
The six-foot sleigh road does nol seem to be
an' unmixed blessing according to the packersi
the pack animals attempting to pass each other
and the road not being wide enough to permit
it thc result is packs are knocked endways and
delays are marie to fix packs again. The road
should be either three feet or wagon road
width.
The next point of interest is the Tyauchton
creek bridge which though a superior structure
to lhat over Gun creek, could hardly be said
to be up to the .specifications and in countries
where the public works department is not as
tender hearted towards contractors as in British Columbia it would be refused. The principal or at any rate most glaring fault is the
flooring, whick does not sit tight together between lhe flooring logs in many places.
Another point is lhat the abutments are not
filled with rock, and even on Gun creek bridge
the rock is filled in in such manuer that the
limber holds the rock in place and not the
rock the timber as it should be.
The same remarks apply to the Gun creek
bridge with the addition that lhe approaches
are altoger too steep ar..; drop olTtoo suddenly.
The manner in which the abutment at the
west side of the bridge has been built is uot
what it should be the north side not having
sufficient slope up stream to keep the wash off
the abutment, and lastly, the outside stringers
are halved and have the cover plates bolted
on, whereas the inside stringers are but jointed
wilh cover plates only spiked on. If this is
what the contract calls for, the design is curious to say the least.
Wm. Cleveland at Gun creek has- got a
house well under way but at present is getting
ready to put in a bridge over the river lo connect with the Fish lake trail, which is to br
built this summer.
John Collum at Sucker creek has commenced to corduroy the approach to the ferry
which was inconveniently damp last summer,
about seven feet [ believe, so lhat passengers
can go dry shod. He has also increased his
hotel accommodation.
The road from Sucker creek up has been
cut out in several places by the melting snow,
owing to the soft material of which it ii built,
though only on the steep grades.
Since the Mines Exploration Limited, have
taken hold of the Lorne and Woodchuck properties they have carried out a large number of
improvements in buildings, &c. on the claims
and run in a numbei of tunnels to tap tbe
ledges with depth. The property is showing
up well under the able superintenuence of Mr.
W. J, Barker. Thc Alhambra which is being
developed by the same management is also
shewing up though not to the some extent although looking well. One of the tunnels not
having struck the ledge as yet.
The limbering on these claims is done as
well as the rest of thc work in a first class
manner.
The mill site is about excavated, no easy
matter in frozen hardpan and the mill timber
and framing being in an advanced stage, the
erection of the mill should be commenced before long.
Time being short the Bend'Or Mines under
the management of Mr. Arthur F. Noel was
next visited and although unable logo through
the mine, there was plenty of evidence that
considerable work had been done during the
winter. The null was running steadily and
the tailings being held for further treatment.
On leaving Ihe Bend'Or a short visit was
made to the Pioneer claim where lhc ledge is
twenty-eight inches in width and looks well.
The prospecting mill has not been erected up
to the present, the idea being lo get out con
liderable'oK for crushing first.
The weather at the time not being particularly good and time pressing it was not possible
lo inspect the Countless ledges, but a visit was
paid to the Maud S. Fraction adjoining the
Lorne, where E. J. Taylor and Mike Malloy
are'running a drift to tap the ledge, on which
some work has already been done, but on
which it is not possible to sink at the old
workings owing to water.
Ther^ is a report lhat a new strike has been
made between Sucker and Gun creeks above
the trail but time was to pressing to inspect
the property.
investment. The proper development of the
mine was an after consideration. Men now
start in with a hand windlass for hoisting.
When thc-y get water they start with a common pump. Then horse power is used for a
while, followed by a small gasoline engine fur
hoisting and pumping. When necessity requires a steam engine, hoist and pumps are
put in. But all this is done before any attempt
is made to get ore reduction machinery. Then
when it is finally proved that they have a mine
the owners get a mill, concentrator, etc., but
usually want the mine lo pay for it. There Is
rarely an attempt to start out with a fully
equipped mining plant. Many mines will not
warrant a special mill, and custom mills are
resorted to for crushing the ore. There are
many custom mills in the mountains and hundreds ol mines depend upon them entirely; a
mine may be worked (or yean before it it is
decided to give it a mill of its own,—Mining
and Scientific Press.
The Scum Scum Claim.
Tbe interest owned by the Rev. John
Mulholland in the Scum Scum Plncer
claim was Eold at the court house, Lillooet, Thursday noon, for tbo sum of
$500, E. O. Deloug being the purchaser.
The Rev. John Mulholland who was a
partner with Messrs. Glenn & Richardson iu this claim, failed to contribute!
his proportion of the expenditure iu connection with tbe property, and so Lis
partners advertised the interest, according to the Placer Mining Act, and tbe interest was according s.ld by auctiou. H.
J. Kearv acted ae auctioneer.
The Scum Scum placer groned bns
now been taken oyer by tbe Bridge River
Hydraulic Mining „ Milling company,
composed chiefly of California men and
have already done considerable work
have tbeir hydraulic material on the
ground. Prof. Rifenburg tbe superintendent will arrive this week from San
Vrancisco on bis way to the properly.
Blanket sluices are still used to some extent.
The chief advantage is that when set at the
proper angle for the ore and frequently cleaned
they will save the amalgam. Tliey have been
employed to handle the vanner tails, and as
such, have some of the slimes that pass the
tables. To use them or not depends simply
on two questions: Is the loss past the machines unavoidable, and, if it is, do the blankets
save more values than the cost of saving.
Very simple appliances save nearly all the
gold in placers exploitable by a working miner.
Some loss is inevitable with the first washing,
bul it is rarely more than io per cent. Ts lose
half of the gold it would have to be thrown
away, The tailings from hand washed ground
may for pay reworking after lull) airslacked by
handling them in quantity. It is customary
in California to sell the tailings from drift
mines to Chinese.
"A Word to tho Wise."
Editor The Prospector, Sir: A few
vords concerning the action of the Lillooet " boys " on tbo event of marriage?,
or newlv-niarried couples arriving in
town, might not be out of place. It is
most certainly a Blur on the good namn
oi any town if such drunken, pugnacious
and noisy rows are to take place on the
occasion of every wedding. The scene
on the street last Monday night would
rival a tribe of South Sea cannibals performing a final war dance over a missionary; wo vary much doubt if any sav-
ngps ever made such fools of themselves
aB do a certain class of the inhabitants
of Lillooet, supposed to be civilized human beings. Some serious accident will
occur on one ol these "times" 'which
will stop the business tor good. A word
to the wise is sufficient.        Resident.
The n.<tlmates arc Passed.
The provincial legislature made a record Wednesday when Hie tjtimates wero
passed in three hours. The various items
were taken up and passed with very
litlle discussion.
Tbere wns a short discussion in regard
to the salary of the agent-general in London, and the expenses connected therewith.
Tbe supplementary estimates wore
then passed and tbe commute rose and
reported progress.
This concludud the estimates; every
item was passed as brought down. Never
in the history of tbo province has the
supply bill passed the beuso with such
celerity and absence ol opposition or
criticism.
ft was stated at a meeting of  the Citizen-
ssociation last week in Vancouver, that private information had been received that British
C ilambln was to be allowod  four more members in ihe Federal Parliament,
ninlnir.   Machinery.
Larger amounts of mining and milling ma
chincry are being made than formerly, since
there are so many mote producing mines; but
there is not an increase of machinery in proportion to thc number of mines being worked.
Formerly almost as soon as a ledge wns struck
or purchased by men with money, a stamp
mill with full equipm -n' was ordered, with
the expectation that it would shortly repay th?
Mark Twain and Carnegie.
Begging letters by the hundreds are addressed to Andrew Carnegie daily. A few days
ago the iron king received this original missive:
"My Dear Carnegie—I see by the daily
papers that you arc prosperous. I want (o get
a hymn book; it costs $1.50, If you Will
send me this hymn hook I will bless you, God
will bless you nnd it will do a great deal of
good.    Yours truly, Mark Twain."
" P.S.—Djn*t  send   the hymn Look, send
the $1.50." THE PHOS___CTGfi, LILLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY 4,1801.
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Pioneer Drag Store
XiII»2J0033T, 3. O.
ARRIVALS THIS WEEK:
ftitety lUzors,
fiat'het I'erfuuies.
Can. Hair X'ye,
Tanglefoot Fly Taper,
Fly Tcuson Tads,
T»r OaJipli0'' Moth Calls,
.leyes' Fluid 50e, Bottles,
Btryclinlne XtaU,
Hair Curlers,
More TrueseB,
Moro Perfumery,
More Drugs and CliGBjieals.
CLARKE & CO.
NOTICE,
Notlca || hereby given thnt a sitting of tbe
Cuupty Clourt of Cariboo, will bo held at Lillooet on the 6th dny of May, 1*901, at ton o'clock
In th* femjpoon,    By order
CASPAR  PHAIR,
Regiitrar Coanty Court of Cariboo.
*WKST   RIDING   OP   LILLOOET  ELECTORAL
DISTRICT.
NOTirK ishpreby giren lhat ]
day, tho Mb d«y of May "
ah nil, on Mon
,, 1901, hold a Court
of Revliion far the purpose of hearing! and de-
lenniuiiiL' any or till objections against thc re
ten Hon or any unmet} on the register nf voteri
for the Weat Riding of Lilloout Electoral District. Such tourt will open tit ten o'clock in
the forenoon at the Court House, Lillooet. [Hi
Vlc,,e, 67,GUb-i,f,8. Ill
CASPAR   PFIAIR,
Collector of Totoa.
Lillooot, B. C., 5th Marck, 1901, 87
NOTICE.
_"OUr,TS of Assize, Nisi rrlus, Oyor and Tormi
*■- ner and tlenenil Gaol Delivery will bo hold
en in the Court Houso at eleven o'clock iu the
forenoon, at the places and on the dates foi,
lowinff, namely:
City ol S.in.iiuo, on the 28rd day of April'
1901,
Cltyof New Westminster, on tho 2Srd day ol
Anrll. lorn
City ol Nelson, en the 7lb day of May 1901.
City of Kevelstoko, on the 7lh day ol May, 1901.
City of Vernon, on the loth dayof Muy, 1901.
City of Kamloops, on the 23rd day ol May
1901.
City of Vancouver, on the 21«t day of May
1001,
City of Victoria, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
Town of Clinton, on thc 28th dayof May, 1801
By Command.
J. P. PRBNTICE,
Provincial Secretary.
Provinci.l Secretary's Oflice,20th March, 1901
NOTICE.
We hnreby give notice toTReverend John
Muiholland, our partner in the Bcum Scum
i-lacer claim, situate on tho Bomb Fork of
bridge Hi ver; commencing at. a point about MK)
feet irom the Canyon, and extending down
Itreatu ont half mile, being in the Lillooot
Mining D . .don of Lillooet District; which snid
claim ii. held under tease datod 2nd December,
a. D., lM'jG, wherein F. f-oues, Gold Commissioner, is one of the particp, and for further
description and particulars aaid letibe mRy be
referred to:—
That wo require him on or before the2nd dnv
of May to contribute- hi:* propoi tion of tho ex-
p'jiulituvo, as required (1) by the "Placor Mining Act und [*_] by thu snid mentioned lease,
which has been expended on Bald Placer Claim,
togeih- r witli all costs (1) of this advertisement
and [2] of any oilier advertisements required
by said Act. And unless tiie same shall be so
luot wc give further notice to you tbe Reverend John Mulhoilaiu'l, ami to tlio public generally, that the interest of tho Bald Reverend
John Mulholland Jn said partnership property
Khali be sold by Public Auction, at the County
Court Bouse at Lillooet. on Thursday, the 2nd
day of May, at 12 noon.
Dated ut \sheroU this 18th day of February,
_\.D. 1301.
F. O. RiciunnsoN.
C. M. Guw,
Half-Way Hottsc,^
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Heailiniartcr, foi all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
Homo Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Rosea,
Shrubs, Vines, lililbp, Hedge Plants,
Heeds.
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation ol
first-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
So,ooo to chose from. No agents nor commission to pay; Orders dug in one day you
eet it the next. No fumigating nor inspection
pharges, Greenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, elc. Largest and most complete slock in the province.
Send for catalogue or cr.ll and make your selections before placing your orders.    Address
B8. J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
.W.
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PAVILION, B, C.
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GENERAL BLACXSITHING
AND HORSESHOEING,
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufacturer of all kind ol
MINER'S SUPPLIES, PICKS, DRILLS, Ktc.
Nona but the best material mod, Minors or
prospectors .sending in orders will receive
prompt attention and Hntisfftct-ion guaranteed
J B CHERRY,
A. B. TttlN,COI.L.,DUE!.Iir,
BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC
Lillooet, B. C
DOUGAL H0U
Vancouver, B, O.
BURTON & BLACKSTONE, Props
Headquarters   for   mining    wee.      European
plan,
SEATON LAKE
>- SAWMILL.
Lillooet, B. C.
Have in stock all kinds of
Dried    Lumber,    Finishing
umber and Mouldings,
All orders will receive
prompt attention. Write for
prices or apply at the yard.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek J. C.
JOHN COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation.     -     -     -    -
Suble in connection.
ANDERSON LAKE MINING k
MILLING CO, LTD,
Notice I* hereby given that tbo head oflice of
tbe Anderson Lake Mining & Milling Company
lias been transferred from Ashcroft to Lillooot.
T. A. BRJDTT,
Sectolary.
Lillooel, B. C„ January 2_ud.
Advertise in The Prospector.
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section.
Have vovtr 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,
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and 5oo tins.
Shortest  and most direct
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pnss Lytton as follows:
Riist ROUnl, 20,57 West rioaaci S.2S
i'or ratas pamphlets &c. apply t° nearest C.
I'.  I'. Af;ent.
I£. J. COYl.f,
A. 0. r.A.,
Yttuconv.r, 11. C.
THOS. CLARK,
Agent,
Lytton, B.C,
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
OEAI.KR IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implement-
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc,,
All order, promptly attended1.*.
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i?.?. Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
Gold, Stlv^r-taRrl nnd Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD  properties' wanted at once lor E.uitmu Ia-
vi'Storg,
Parties having mining property lor sale are requested to sen- siuayle
ol tbdr ore lo tbe LXCHANQE for exhibition,
Wo desire to hear from prospectors wbo bare promising mineral elainui
in British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the KXCIIANQB
llieir headquarters when in Nelson.
'All samples shon d be sent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communication, to
ANDREW   F,   ROSENBKBOEt,
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NKLBON, B. C.
THE W^. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING GO. Limited
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WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I h?.v. Ju.t rsc.Irsd direct t<-em Bcetland thc beat i.lection .1 Tw..di, Wor.t.4.,
E-.ntlnfi la th. Interior,   satisfaction Kuurant.ed.
THOMA8 UoCOSH, Merchant Tailor, A.hcrolt, ». C.
The now stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trip»
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lyttss 1. C.
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General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware,
Minnn fitcel, Pick?. Shovels, etc., Wire Cnblo
and Ruuel Wire rencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD,
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INTERIOR
LA IVlOREftA
KAM-OOP3, B O.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
GO^iPAMY.
ASMCROFT, B. C.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Travel
Clinton  mul  way  points,  Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday.
All pointB in Cariboo, Monday's,
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks ot QilOBnelle, and wny paints,
Monday,
A epecial coach, carrying pnnsenpore
.nd expices, will  laavp Aslicmtt for thf
150-Milo  Uouso on Friday's, retuniiii^
Sattmlaja,
Bf.cial OonT»J-*_Ctl Fnrnishod.
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Time Tabl. No. M,   T»_!ic  St.»l  H.t.  »TV
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Victoria to VancouTtr—Daily at I 9. ». Tan*
couver to Victoria -Daily at ].1*«,h., «r #■ aa**
rival of the C.P.R. No 1 tral-a.
NEW Wtt&MINiTIR KOWT1.
LcaTe Victorin for Ntw WeatMlnitar, La4i«&
l.ulu Isltiiitl, i'i u hi j■._[■*• Put Tuti-JiT aai
Friday at 7 n.m. I.eava N«w Waitnlvitar f«r
Vic tori ft and Way 1'trti — wailH»t4ay »-*<*
Suturday at 7 p.m
NOKTUKRN ROUT1.
Rleamsbipiof tbia c««*p»By  will Uara far
Port   Mini] -non   and   Iniei w«41„ia   paiiu,   tJh
Victoria, lit and 15th «ath ma-ath at 11 p.m.
ALASKA ROUT*.
fltfamshlpsof tbia ramoa-ay will Ua?t ararf
Weauoiday for Wi * -fc-1 and Skagway at I a.at.
BAHCLAT HOUND ROVTR.
Pteamer leiTei     'ataria   far   AJharsl   aa_t
Sound   porlH,   on   tho ltih   »■«*  nth oi  oaaht
month,   axtandlaf   latltr    titpa   to   QiataiHO
and t'apa Scott.
Thf ctinipany raaarfoa thu right of ahaB(lHg
tluiiiuia labia at any tlaao irithoot aotiftaatloa
8. A.BARI.Sroi*,
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(.'. S. BAXTIR,
Caaaral Paaioagar Agtat,
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I Insurance.
1 General
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. f\ If vou want
Tp To imnre your lift,
***■*, To insurei yonr propsrty,
'!•*. To insar* aj.inst accident,
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TOE PROSPECTOR,   LlLOOET, B. C. SATURDAY. .MAY 4, 1901.
TRICT.
Tlie only map giving tlie locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp.    Everyone interested should have one.     Price
Tifty cents.     Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector;
Lillooet, B, C,
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Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
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Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
This is an ideal policy and besides  covering accidents takes in eighteen different
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ailments.      Don't be without some security for no one can tell when they will meet with
misfortune.   Call and see the agent and get further particulars.
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Miners Supplies."
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Branch Store at Bridge Eiver 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.
GarriM a lull  6lock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes.
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
J»XO_C5T_E33_R :_etO-TJBXi.
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p-RKB. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
Sa>Mfi«   R»_m«   for    Commercial    Traveller,
Lively SUble iu Cennuetion. Bas mutts
iteamboitt f«r ,:■■■■'■. to and from
* adir>"-i  Lake and Mri4fe
Kirtt peiats.
Hotel Victoria.
This hotel being now and thoroughly finished throughout i. tha only firs
olasa hotel in Liliooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention b]
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the hotth Head
quarters for the Lillooet-Lytteu stage.
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M. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR   HOUSE,
X3.  FBA8J3B,   PEOP.
VXXOeET,	
She Bar is snpplled with tho beat Wines, Liquors and Cigars..
B.C.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage loaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If y»u contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us for information.
CAMERON & HURLEY     -
Lytton and Lillooet, I C
LYTTON.
A. G. X^JlXZJlGXJXJlTX,
General Dealer
Full  Una   of   Groceries,  Dry Goodi, Boots   and  Shoes
Ohothing and Hardware.     Miners' Supplies.
M.  P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of e-rery description,  Carpets,  inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Polos, etc.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
p-- AlacLra BUamflM for Ska^-ray and Alaska feints leav* Victoria o-rcrjr Wednesday-
Oi   MlOwKd.   evonfngand Vancouver overs Thursday nt l put.
Rtotunrrs for B.C, Northern 1'oims leave Victoria ami Vuu'cuurer woolcly.   Regular steamera
(or all Biituli Columbia points.   Particular! ou application, C. 8. PAX I'fci;. G. P. .
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CHEMIStS, DRUGGISTS & OPTICIANS, LILLOOET, B. C.
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THE PBOiPKOTGR, LILLOOET, B. C„ SATURDAY, MAY 4,1001.
LOCAL HEWS.
Clark« A Co,, bave a change of ad. in
tbl. iuue.   Look it up,
Hon.  C.   P.   Cornwall, county court
! judge, arrived in town today.
County court will be held on Monday
t>y llii Honor Judge Cornwall,
Xpert, have commenced nnd tb* atb-
letM ware out at baseball this week,
0. A. Hartliorn*, made a trip to Lytton this week and has returned to tbe
Lorn* Mints.,
Tho Queen's Birthday lias been declared a perpetual holiday by tbe Federal Government,
Mil* Nellie Marshall waa in town on
Monday Irom Pavilion Mill! to Attend
ber lister's wedding.
John Skinner who broke bia leg at tbe
«nkls> -■ me weeks ago la now able to be
around on crutches,
Government road men were put to
work on tbe North Fork trail (bis week
to put it in better condition.
A Lochore, of Rosebank Farm, Lytton
road, agent lor the Pelham Nursery, wbb
in town Wednesday delivering stock.
Paul Santini has purchased the land
adjoining his ranch below tbo town and
}i8S it under cultivation and all fenced,
A meeting of tbe Anderson Lake Mining and Milling Company will be held at
its Office in Lillooet on Friday, -May 17th.
W. J. Gdcbrist employed with the
Anderson Lake Mining Company on McGillivray creek, was in town for a lew
Jays this week.
A chinaman was brought In from
Bridge river this week dead, by some of
bis countrymen. An inquest was held
liy'Ooroner Pbair,
Tba body of the chinaman murdered
at Ashcroft some time age, was found in
tho Thompson riyor about three miles
below that town.
D, Fraser and Paul Bantiai this week
planted a row of phade trees in front of
tbeir places oi business, Tb* trees ar*
protected by boning.
Mr. A. Kelly and wile after spending
the past week visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Uren, will leave the first of tbe
weak (or tbeir borne in Barkerville,
D. Fraier, of the Excelsior House, has
rooted his stable on th* lot on Rivor
itreet behind bis property, and bas also
bad his fence put on tbe itreet line.
Wm. Young one of Bridge river's
mine-owners has been in town tbe past
few days and reports work on bis claims
tbie »pring as being highly aatj»fac*ory.
C. D. Wray, W. G. Manson, Wm. M.
William*, J, H. S. Rowbottom cenBus
•numerator* bave all returned from
tbeir [trip? to tbe different parts ot tbe
district.  ,
Word has been received from the heBd
oflice of the Toronto Gold Reefs Company, that tbe works will be *hut down
(or good. We bear that tbe company's
affairs will be wound up.
J. Clark* is now prepared to do work
in connection with watchmaking and has
liis shop in tbe building east of the butcher shop. Any work entrusted to his
care will receive tbo best of attention as
all is warrented,
Smith Curtis member for Rossland announces bis intention of leaving the political arena. Mr. Curti* is a shrewd
and clever politician, is so hindered by
deafness tbat even bis [ability is handicapped.        i
Tbe provincial health officer ba* been
notified of c case of small pox in a hotel
at Revelatoke. Person entering or leaving Revelstoke are required to produce
certificate, of successful vaccination or
to underg the operation forthwith,
All the men employed at the Toronto-
Jjillooet Gold Reefs Company, on Cay-
oosb creek, came to town this week, the
mine and mill being closed down. Tbe
jnen have not received any pay ior about
three months and we understand tb*
company will settle en tbe 15th of this
month,	
A   ban   ball   match   between  tbe
Lillooet base ball team and a team comprised of men lately   employed  at  the
Ample mine and mill took place on  the
recreation   grounds  Friday  afternoon.
The captains of the   team*   were  Rod,
Atkins for Lillooet; J. Ferguson  for (be
Ample team, Mr.  A, Sydney   Addition
performing tbe dutie* of umpire  in   a»
able   and    natiafectory    manner.   The
game was spirited (throughout causing a
good deal  of excitement, at the   ninth
innings   tl.e    score   stood,   Lillooet 7;
Ample 8i
J, B, McPhail one of tha Bridge river
ranchers was in wns this week,
Francis Webb, deputy sheriff at Ash
croft, was in town Friday evening securing jurors for the Clinton assize,
Olmrlts Ado'pb is moving bia house-
bold goode and family from the Ample
mill to Tbe Fountain.
J. Briscoe Cherry put a new fence on
tbe front of tbe lot on which hli offlee
stands and will put in a garden,
Ed. Cairns left for the Klondike country last week and will meet Ills brother
there wbo ii awaiting his arrival.
Mark R. EagleBon and James B. Uren
aro cribbing the creek between their
properties to protect the banks from
washing away and (or genera! good use.
Prof. A, G, Rifenburg, and bis siBter
Dr, Agnes Willcox, accompained by
Miss Ethel 0, Bracket, daughter of A.
S, Brackett, M. lb who is at present in
tbe Bridge river district and Miss Louise
Leist, all of San Fmnsisco, are expected
to arrive in Lillooet this evening on
tbeir wav to Bridge river.
Eugene Omit D..d.
Eugene Gott after a lingering illness
for some time from consumption, died at
his father-id-laws ranch, Mr. Fabian Ls-
Rot-belle, about eight miles below town
onFiiday, April 19th, 1901.
Th* deceased was about thirty-three
years of age, and leave" a wife and five
children, besides an only brother, Frank,
to mourn his domise, Tbe body was
brought to town and buried in the Lillooet cemetery beside other relatives,
LILLOOET, Ii. C.
Watchmaker.
All work warranted.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
HIS HONOUR tbe administrator of thc
Government in Council has been pleased to
make the following appointment:
joth April, 1901.
Caspab l'luiR.of Lillooet, Esquire, S, M.,
to be Gold Commissioner for the I.iiiooet Mining Division, vice K. Soues. Esquirej such appointment lo lake effect en the 1st day of May
1901,
NOTICE.
Notiee Is hereby given that a sitting ot the
County Court ol Cariboo, will be held at Ullooet on tbe 6th day of May, WO-l, ot ten o'clock
In the l.renoon,    By ordor
CASPAR  PIUIR,
Registrar County Court of Cariboo.
WIST  RIBINQ   OF  ULLOOET  ELECTORAL
DISTRICT,
NOTICE Is hereby give n that I shnll, on Mon
day, the filh day of May, 1901, hold a Court
of Revision for ihe purpose of littering and determining any or ii]l objections .gainst the retention of anv names on the register of voters
for the West Riding of Lillooet Electoral District. Such court will open at ten o'clock In
the forenoon at the Court House, Lillooet. [61
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CASPAR  PHAIR.
Collcotoro! Yotos.
Lillooet, B. I'., Stb. Marck, l'Jtll, S7
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NOTICE,
pODRTS of Assise, Nisi Prlus.Oycrand Terrai
V ner and GenSrol Uaol Delivery will be hold
*n In the Court House at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, ai tho places and on the dates following, namely:
City of Nanaimo, on the 23rd day of April
1901.
Cltyof New Westminster, on Iho 23rd dayof
April, 1901.
City of Nelson, »n the 7th day of May 1001,
Cltyof ItevelHtoke, on the 7th dayof May, 1901.
City of Vernon, on the 15th day of May, 1901.
City of Kamloops, on the 23rd day of May
1001.
C|ty ol Vancouver, on the 31st day of May
1901.
City of Victoria, on the _tth day of May, 1901.
Town of Clinton, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
By Command.
J, D. PRENTICE,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Beerettry's Office,20th March, 1901
Half-Way House,<a^_
LILLOOET-LYTTON RQAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES McGILLfVRAY, Proprietor.
Advertise in The Prospector.
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JAS. B. URE
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, 15. C.
Mftnufa-j.un-r of all kind of
1CWWS BOTFUES, TICKS, PRILL6, Etc.
None but tbo best materia] uicd, Nlij.ri. or
proBfKCtori sending in orders will receive
prompt -attention mid Mtbrfidtfon (rcaj-Bnttocd
J B CHERRY,
A. "■ TBIM, COLL., DVEUK,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC
Lillooet, Et. Ci
Vancouver, B. O.
BURTON A BLAOK8TONE, Prop«.
Headquarters  for  mining   ln.Q,      _nrop.au
plan,
SEATON LAKE
SAWMILL.
Lillooet, B. C.
Have in stock all kinds of
Dried    Lumber,    Finishing
umber and Mouldinfl-s.
All orders will receive
prompt attention. Write for
prices or apply at the yard.
Royal Hotel,
'<Lta2&*~*'-^
Sucker Creek, B.C.
JOHN COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
River Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation.     --.,-.-
StaWe in connection.
ANDERSON LAKE MINING &
MILLING CO. LTD,
Notice la hereby given that the h.ad offlc. of
the Anderson Lake Mining A Milling Company
has been transferred from Ashcroft to Lillooot.
T. A, BRKTT,
Secretary,
Ullooet, B. C„ January 22nd,
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad. iu at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few days, so bring
iu your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C,
Canadian
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Shortest and raoat direct
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and ail Eastern United States
aud Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Traine pass Lytton as follows;
East Bound, 20.57 West Bonad l._
I'or rates pamphlets &c, apply io nearest C.
I'. P, Agent.
K, J, COYLB, TIIOS. CLARK,
A. Q, r ,A„ Agent,
Tapconvor. B. C. J.yttou, B.C.
E. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C
DEALER IM,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Minors Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness <fe Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All oriiera promptly ait.ndodw.
MURALO WALL FINISH.
A household necessity and a household beautificr—a dry powder, uut ae in five
pound packages, and In twenty-five beaatiful shades.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO and bare Km.tliing for yam
work.
Easily applied ami won' rub ofT.    A color card for' t!ic a.king.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE PHOSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. O.
fiolrl, Sih-er-Lead end Copper Minee wonted nt the EXCHANGB.
FKEE MIl.I.iNij GOLD  properties wanted tt once (or _.Bt»r» Ie-
veetors.
Parties having mining property for Bale are requested to send SMeyl.
of their ore to tlio i-XOHANeJE for exhibition.
Wa desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral claim.
in British Columbia.
ProBpee.tors and mining men are requited to make the EXOHArfSB
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express PREPAID,
Gorrciponduuce solicited,   Address all cominunicatinas te
ANDREW   F.   IWSKHBIBGO.
slr-plmne No. 104.   V. O. Box 700. NBLBON, B.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJlHTJlXDJl.
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Pioneer Drug Store
XiILLOOa-l-, 3. c.
ARRIVALS THIS WEEK:
gaiety Razors,
Sachet Perfumes,
Can. Hair Dye,
Tangk-foot Fly Paper,
Fly Poison Pads,
'far Camphor Motji Balls,
Jej-es' Fluid 50c. Bottles,
Strychnine Xttils,
Hair Curlers,
More Trusees,
Mure Perfumery.
More Drugs and Chemicals.
CLARKE & CO.
J, M, Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bond'ea
Home Grown
Fruit and Oit amenta! Tree*, Rosei,
Shrubs, Vi ics, Bulbs, Hedge Plant*,
Seeds,
Exlra choice stock of Teach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Tree*.    New importation of
first-class Rhodndindrens,   Roses,   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Mollies, etc.
90<OOo to chose from. No agents nor commission to pay; Orders dug in one day you
get it thc next, No fumigating nor inspection
phargfs. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
elemcnts, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and most complete stock in the province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections before placing your orders,    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
T h.vfl Juit r.ceiT.4 direct from Seetland th. bast o.leoiloa .1 Tw..ii, W.ritoA,,
Paulingi In the Imeiior.   Bntiiili'jtion gharantued.
TUOMAS McCOSII, Marcliant Tailor, Aiherolt, ». C.
The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day, Sptcitl trip*
made.   Write us for information,
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lyttan B. C.
R.F.AndersoniCo
KKV WF.STMISSTKR, B. C.
General Hardware,
Taints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Minari Steel, Picks. Shovols, .to., Wire Catile
ind Rimsel Wiro Fencing,
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD,
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INTERIOR
LA ftiGRENA
KAMLOOPS, _3 Ci.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Travel
Clinton nnd  way  rui"*-". Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
All  points in Caiiboo, Monday's.
Lillooet direct, Monday aud Fiiday,
Forks of Qaeanelle, and wny poiulu,
Monday,
A special coarti, carrying pationgert
and expreio, niil leave AbIh.tuIi Inr II e
loO'Milo House on Friday's, reluming
Saturdays,
("•ft'CKd Coiiveyr.ntcr. FarcUbed.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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