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 I P  VOL. - .��'.  ATIJN, B. C, SATURDAY,   APRIL, 6,   iqoi.  NO.- 90.  JUST   A  A  DVOCATB.  Our Spring Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods-  Selected' to suit the taste and needs '      ��� '  of the Ladies of Atlin.   .  In Men's Furnishings wc can show some lines in:*'-  FANCY   SHIRTS  HOSIERY  SUSPENDERS   '  UNDERWEAR -   ���  FINE AMERICAN SHOES  GOLD SEAL BOOTS ,   .   ,  GOLD REAL SHOES.  CLOTHING.  - We have a Fine Line of English and French Briar Fipcs.  OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  BLACKETT & CO  Canadian. .Bank  of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    ��8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle; ���  San Francisco,  ' . Fortland,  ." ,   ' ' Skagway, etc.  Exchange saitf &:ri a'S P^i:ris.  Goi'.dDust PyiteiiASKn���Assay .Okkick ix Connection.  T.' R.  BILLFTT, Manager.  '  ATLIN H��EW1N�� Co,. '  BREWERS OF STEAM  AXU  I.Af.KR  T5KK1*.      XflXK  [JUT THE  BEST    TNTrRL^HK^TS      IJSEli    IX    TIIK    M \ V'Ji'ACVC-'CK     OV  OUR   HETCR.T1IE   ONLY   HKIiV.'I.KV  iX  TI,'.'-: Ai'.CYlC KWU'iN'-.  ORDKRS PROMI'TI.Y   !-'!I,I,i;il  '."(���!���: AI '.  !'\'-. ,'H W Ti:K Vf'Kv'X  TKRRITORY   ASU   NOHTU-.VK-tTJi IN     H.-LITISH    COr/JlIlilA.  A T L I X,  13. C.  Jim Russell   Back   From His  , Travels.'  He Didn!t Forg-et Atlin When.  Abroad���.Secures tho Contract  to, Equip Ears on the - Yukon  Steamers.  Russell  bobbed into town late, or rathei  early, on Wednesday morning last,  looking^as hail-fellow-well-met as ol  yore. To Jim Russell Allin owes  more than it can ever pay; he does  not try to hide his light, or that of  the .distiict either, under a bushel,  No man has done more to.pul the  eamp befoie the world at large than  he.       . ' ' P   '  An' amusing experiences he  tells us of happened at Ottawa,  where he had left a number of Atlin nuggets at one of the banks, and  advised ' the newspapers of the fact.  In due season announcements appeared iu lhe~local.paper's and one;  morning as Jim was passing the  bank he fancied there was a run on  it,,but ,011 ���enquiry'he found it-was  the people falling oyer themselves  iu a wild rush to see those "Atliii  uug'gets"." . "-   t    ,  'Of course, Jim didn't forget hiin-  TEC  The White Pass and Steam  ��� ship Coy.s "Agree  On a Easis of Rates and Classification From the Sound and'Brit-  .   ish Columbia Ports to Atlin and,  Dawson. ' <.  The While ,Pass & Yukon' Railway Co. and tlie Steamship Hues  running'to Skagway have come lo  an agreement ou freight rates from  British Columbia and Puget Sound  points through to Allin and Dawson, aud on the 15th of last month  issued a set, of joint tariffs with  freight classification to take 'effect  with the'opening of navigation, and  to expire on.October 10th next.  To make a comparision wiih the  rates existing last year is well nigh  impossible for the reason that the  present tariff is based on weight aud  not on measurement, as was the  rule last year, making it practically  a revolution in the mode of shipping " freight, and by which the  shipper can know lo a certainty the  exact amount of his freight bill before" delivering il lo lhe shipping  company.  The new rates, which" are , lower  than last  year's, range from $90 to  self in   his  sojourns, but. wherever | S290 per lon> aecoiding to classifica-  he profits, Atlin does not fail lo get j lion   (t'���0Ugh    mining    machinery,  exclusive  of hydraulic pipe, is $65  ^    V*BS"*$   ti\*  SPECIALTIES   IX  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fr&sSa Brsssi, Rye Brs&d, etc. , ���  Ciias.   Myer, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Rent- -By the  Day,  Week or Month at reasonable  rates.  OFFICES   to    RENT  its 1 .-.hare. lie has secured a con  tract 'rem the V\ hile Pass. Railway  cc P.irrigation Co. lo equip and run  the bars on all its steamers plying  between Bennett or White Horse  and Dawson. Atlin beer will be  kepi ou draft ou each one of these  and lo say nothing of the Northwest trade with this contract added,  theie is reason to expect increased  capacity to the local brewery. Mi.  Russell intends lb begin biewirg  within the next few days. With a  few 'men of Mr. Russell's calibre  around us we could' have 1:0 particular complaint to make about want  j of advocates for Atlin's welfare.  We wish Mr. Russell evei'v success.  IX  The most Central and   Convenient   in   Town.     Will   be   altered to suit  Tenants.  '��� A. C. Hirschfeld.  The = Bank- of = British = North = America  KslabliOicd in lf"M.    lii-'urjiorntpcl liyRnyiil Cliiu'lor.  Paid Ui- Caimtai. .^4.. 866,666  Reserve Fund -    -    Si,703,333  London Office: 3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street, li. C.  Head Office in Canada:      Montreal.   ���  H. Stikkjian, General  Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, lite.  GOLB BBST PURh&i&SEBe  PASTURE FOR- STOCK.  It has been biought to our notice  that white clover will do well here  tor pasture. -Would it not be well  for slock owners to meet aud devise  ways aud means for sowing clover  on the hill sides as the snow goes  off. Our. informant, Mr. Brownlee,  will be clad to render anv assist-  ancc possible. This would be an  industrial move in the right direction.  per ton, - 2000 pounds) quantity  and character of ' freight, to be  shipped.  It is generally understood under  this agreement        that all  the lines, via Skagway, interested,  are to be subject lo a differential of  10 per cent in favor of the all-water  route via St Michael.  Opinions differ as to whether  this combination will stand the  strain of competition, but whatever  may be the ultimate resr.lt the  White Pass route has a complete  advantage in point ��� of lime and'  speed, and early shipments can be  made to reach Dawson fully a  month ahead of the St. Michael  route.  Our local merchants consider the  tariff as a good improvemet in the  right direction. By the new rates  they know what freight they will  have to pay, without the possibilities of such disputes as arose last  veai.  Mrs. Hitchcock, we learn on  good authoiily, intends returning  to Allin as soon as navigation  opens. She will be accompanied  by some well known mining men  whom she lias interested in Allin  as a field for investment. Capitalists are alwavs welcome.  Mr. Ii.   G.   TKNNANT   SELLS  ''   OUT.  A   few   weeks   ago   we   had   the  pleasure of  noting   Mr. IX. G. Ten-  nant's return   to Atlin. little thinking that we should so soon be called  upon   lo announce  his approaching  departure.      He   leaves   tomorrow  for Jack Wade creek, Alaska.    His  many   and   increasing  interests   111  Continued ou Fouith Page.  i  rfriyr*X~  rffiyffff-y??? ^ r?;5**2S"*'. ~fliffl rP  'ATLIN,  B.C., SATURDAY, APRIL, Yi,  lyoi  ���t  o  X  'i  ���y  l  Id '  i'i  The Atlin Claim.  Published every Suturduy morulas' bv  '      The Atlin Claim Publishing Co.  A. C. HlUBCHFELD, liPITOH and   PKOl'UIBTOll.  Oiticn of publication Peurl S*.  Advertisin"1- rates imulo known on niiplictv-  tion.  The Mihscription price is *.*i a year pay-  al>l�� in advance. No puper will he delivered  iinleKs these conditions live complied with.  Saturday, April 6th,   igor.  Sicverai. weeks ago we gave an  opinion on mining as an Industry���  not a gamble. We have since noticed several' references to the subject in mining and other papers and  as the following, from the West-  icrn Mining World, sums up the'  ' question in an entertaining manner,  we' give it verba tira:  Mining ��� is it a business" or   a  gamble ?   That depends.    Propound  the query to ninety men out of one  hundred who   have had the experi-  .    ence   of   losing   their   hard earned  dollars   through   the medium of investments in   mining slocks and so-  called mines, which were only prospects that were expected to turn out  dividends   before   development   or  equipment,   and   the   ninety of one  hundred-  would   say    ruining is  a  ,   gamble pure and simple; HDt as certain   iu   profitable   results' as  the  Lousiana  lottery or  the faro table.  And   this   opinion   does  hot come  alone from unthinking people whose  opinion'is of no great value on any  question of material economics, but  often  from  men  who in their own  lines   of   business,   having perfect  knowledge of the details incident to  "  success,   have  shown 'sound'; judg-  ������ ment   aud   business  .foresight" by  which   they  mastered the situation  and  achieved   results that were natural sequences.  Why the difference then? Simply  because these same men do not apply the same business methods to  mining that they have given to the  vocations and professions to which  they have been bred.  It is a demonstrated proposition  that, given a prospect, with such  conditions as .science has determined  quite accurately the probabilities of  what may be developed, and then  apply the same strict business principles of looking after details, economy in all lines, good judgment in  selecting the men to develop and  operate tlie mine, and compared  with any other legitimate business,  and mining will show a larger percentage ol successes than either  merchandizing or manufacturing,  with a very much larger average  percentage of profit. . As statistics  show in the above mentioned vocations, about 5 per cent is the rate of  successes.    Would anv level-headed  development ahead of output, involving the risk of stoppage at critical times, and baukiupting the owners. The "wrecks along the shores  of time" prove this, new capital aud belter methods often showing a better mine than the original  owners supposed they had, but who  lost for the want of common sense  application of business principles.  Again, booming camps by unreliable and extravagant assertions,  misleading- the general public who  have no practical knowledge of the  business or situation, stocking prospect holes' for too to 1000 times  their value, and unloading on a  credulous public, usually those who  can least afford it, but who have a  desire to better their material situation; the results of all these methods is lo create the impression thai  mining is a gamble, ��� pure and  simple, and bring discredit on it as  a legitimate business.  The fact is, there is no more legi-  mate. business, if pursued in the  right way. True, there is no guarantee of certain results of sure profit; neither is ihere in .any other  business, merchandizing, manufacturing, or even farming, but the  chances are quite as favourable in  mining as in other pursuits. Great  fortunes are made by it when conducted as a strictly business proposition, even if millions are squandered, through unbusiness methods  and want of prudence and forethought.  As a rule, it takes money to mine  successfully, The prospector, who  is deserving of the greatest consideration  for  the  life of toil and de-  i '   *  privation .he has. goi^e, through in  discovering and opening up leads of  mineral, seldom gels just appreciation; nevertheless, he is greatly in  error when lie refuses'concessions  tocapital to do for him what he  cannot do himself.  As a rule" an undeveloped prospect has no ascertained intrinsic  value,..hence, as it takes both time  and money to prove it up, if the  prospector is wise he will' give the  maximum of time and reasonable  payments in consideration of the  work and capital put into his prospect to prove up its value.  Building a mill before you have  a mine to run it with, or know what  kind of a mill your ore demands for  its treatment, making failure certain,  is not business mining, and yet  thousands of dollars are squandeied  yearly in this way, and as a result  mining as a business is damned.  In conclusion, probably the greatest factor in  discxediting   mining as  % M. Jtmt $( Co.  SUCCESSORS    TO      . ,  ���       '   -  P. P. CO.    "   ,    First Street, Atlin.  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  Tssisaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt A ttention to ordersW^^Give us a call.  THE GRANI  L  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH: ' EVERYTHING  . CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & "Hastik,  Proi-riktoks;    David Hastik,  Manager.  Corner of First and  Discovery Streets.  Atlin Lake Li  Rough and Dressed Lumber of all kinds  Hydraulic   Lumber  F. T. Troughton  Managing Proprietor.  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  tixqir,'.&  Burton,   Pr6|*s<  A  Importer  of,.General   Merchandise  Miners    Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C.  Rooms and Beds   ,  Best Liquors and Cigars  merchant   or   manufacture   expect  success   il,   before   he liad his trade  established and  his business well in  hand, if he   launched out in extravagant outside expenditures, showy  fffice-j,   high-priced  employes, etc.?  Certainly not.     Aud   yei this is the  "modus     operandi"    of   a   great  many men who have put their capital   into a business   they do not understand practically.    Again, given  a good pa\ ing property in the hands  of men of limited capital, how often  the monthly profits are absorbed in  dividends., leaving  no  reserves for  a business, is the   practice  that has  grown to such immense proportions  of booming special mining camps  all over the coir:try by methods  that would not be tolerated in any  other business in a business community. TJne amount of misrepresentation (plain English, lying)  that is employed lo draw the unwary i. to the toils is something appalling, and the results are even  more so, for it destroys the confidence of the whole community and  makes the problem harder cf enlisting the surplus capital of the  world iu a perfectly legitimate and  largely lucrative business.  The Grippe  seems  to  be giving  us a rest���no. new victims reported!  Vancouver General  Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINE OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S. Cross & Co  1st. Street Atliii.  NEW STRIKE!  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Will be in New Quarters on and after  March 4th, 1901.  C. B. COFFIN Prop  "   GO TO  QUICK LUNCH ROOM  For Excellent Coffee.  Short Orders a Specialty.  Roust llecf or Koust Pork with Mushrooms.  ifUI.r,   MKAL,   FIFTY   CENTS.  &  J. H. Brov%nlee, P. I.. S., I). L. S.  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. r.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  Land Surveyors.'  -  Pkari. Strkkt, Ati.in, P>: C.  W. G. PAKTON,  NOTARY  PUHMC.  OFFICE:   Corner of Third mid Pearl Street,  Atlin,   B.    C,   opposite Government Iluild-  illRS.  All kinds of mininir papers made out.   Several yeurs'  practical   experience.   OFFICE OF H. M's CUSTOMS.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  HEST   LIQUORS   A   CIGARS  Good  Accommodation. ��� Rebtauhant  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Onorl StiiMiiis for lloi-kt"^ and Do**.  nl  ���i  i  hi  'ill  ���Til  'if  k  Mi  m  m  :��B��*sfewwi**��v  ^ses  t _   n r*iy!��ffl,"��_'J*'  T-  ;P 2  ll*s  ATLIN,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,  APRIL, 6,   1901.  DEALERS   IN  Shelf   and   kJl<&��Lvy'/f-i&irdiweir&9 '  Builders0, Miners', 'and Mill  Supplies; Stoves and Kitchen Furnishings.  Tin Shop in Connection. ��� " ' ,  Agents for   GIANT   POWDER   Co., Con. Stock of Dymunitp alwuys on hand.  Call on us for Prices. Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN, B. G.  THE-LATE Dr. MORRISON.  We reprint extracts from the  .White Horsk Star and Daily  Alaskan, which should furnish  amusing reading lo many in light  of past events, ft will be , remembered tint when- Dr.- Morrison left  Discovery last lull he was loud in'  his denunciation.of the country and  the people iu it, primarily, because  they would-not patronize him professionally,' a:.d called "down all  sons of plagues and pestilences upon them as he was leav'ng for pastures new. Pie has now received a  dose of the same medicine he was  wont '"o-prescribe for physicians,  who, for friendship sake, had given  professional advice though not provided with a B. C. diploma. We  wonder how he likes the bitterness  of his own dose.    The Star says:  "in?  'mushed'  out of -town, ' t,  "Dr.   Morrison, for the past four  mo:?ths a bright   and   shining light  in White Horse medical circles,-was  brought before the police magistrate  last week, charged  with   practising  his profession without the necessary  license   from   the  Yukon Council,  and at his. trial was fined $50 or ten  days in jail.  Not having the wherewith   to   liquidate   he  asked Judge  Horrigau   for   a   few day's grace in  which to  raise - the money, and the  prosecuting   attorney, Judge T. W.  Jackson,   recommending that a reasonable   time   be   granted   him  in  which to settle his indedteduess, he  was given until Saturday, the 23rd.  After his  release,   the   Doctor concluded   that  he  could  save money  by 'hitting the road,' and   he stood  not on the order  of his  going, but  we ut   .at   once.   . The   first  day he  reached  Dugdale, the   next   Minto,  and   on   Saturday,   Caribou, where  Conductor Miles gently, but firmly,  told   him    he   would have to buy a  ticket or get off.     Needless   to   say  that   he  was   left   behind when the  train   pulled out" from that thriving  burg.   . Coming from Minto to Caribou on the  train   the   Doctor spied  ' Shorty'   Chambers  on board, and  coaxing him off into a lonely corner  of ihe car, struck  him  for a V ' for  a   few   dajs,' but  as  'Shorty' had  troubles  of his  own  he would not  listen to  the insinuating voice, and  in consequence the worthy desciple  of  Esculapius  could  not make the  desired loan.    He  is in   all  probability,  long   ere   this,    beyond   the  reach   of   the   strong   arm  of the  White Horse police  force,   meditating in security over the inhumanity  of man   to   man, and   racking his  brains for  information   as to where  he shall  go to   have  his abilities���  both financial  and otherwise���properly recognised   by a cold and unfeeling world."  How   he   got  to  Skagway,   the  historian does not saw but when he  did get there he ."-hailed from Atliu,-' and ihe Daily Alaskan has  the. following to say from him:  "According to Dr. Morrison, a  well, known resident of Atlin, who  came heret yesterday on his way  to the Sound, that country is  going to sh'iw up splendidly this  season. The doctor is interested in  some fine quartz prospects, which  he believes will develop into splendid properties. This is the first  lime he has been out since he went  into Atlin in 1899, anc' xu *-1-S la'k  yesterday manifested a pleasure in  again being iu what he termed civilization. -While' he is a sourdough  Hie two long winters have been  rather hard on him, and^ lie hopes  to not be compelled to put in another one surrounded witli immense  snow banks and 40 below leniper-  ture.  " He has great confidence in the  mining resources of Atlin. 'There  are,', said .he, ''undoubtedly rich  quartz veins around Atiin lake, and  .there ;has been quite a lot of property bought by the railroad people  aud they have prospectors out everywhere in-..search of anything in the  shape of-quartz, which has the least  promise.--.--Some of the claims-have  been sufficiently developed to show  that they are all right.   <   ' -"  "'Gold Rui- creek, which is about  seven miles "from Atliii and a mile  and a half beyond the new .town of  Discovery,,is certainly going to be a  great producer. Tunnel work has  been going on all winter, with the  very best results. On Boulder the  very cold weather retarded development wmk a great deal, but the  recent moderate spell has given a  new impetus to tilings.  "Wright and boulder creeks,  which empty into Surprise lake,  are spoken of as very good.  "Dr.' Morrison will go away in a  day or so. He says it will be fully  a month before people will be going  int.; Allin in great numbers, although some are en route now".  Then he expects quite a rush of  those interested there already, as  well as of new -people who go there  for the purpose of prospecting."  Gold 2i'   '  Silver  38  Copper 19.5  Lead  206  Coal and Coke ��� 25*  Placer Gold (decrease)  5  Ore mined (lode mines) tons....93  In the shipping mines there were  2423 men employed below ground  and 1305 employed above.  "The decrease in the production of  placer gold is attributed to the  opening up of the gold fields at  Cape Nome, and. the emigration of  miners to that country.  Mr.-BICKLE RETURNS.  We are pleased to note the return  to Atlin of Mr. E. W. Bickle, our  late Mining Recorder. Mr. Bickle  has unlimited faith in the future of  the district and intends staying by  it. ' He willat once start building a  handsome, up to date office on-.First  street, where he "will do business as  Accountant, Notary Public, Searcher "bT Abstracts', and General Agent.  From Mr. 'Bickle*s "Governmental  experience and bis well known  qualifications as an energetic busi--.  ue'ss man', ��� success ninst attend, his  efforts. In' addition to general  routine work Mr.-Bickle will act as  Business   Manage.'   of-   the   Atlin  Brewing Co. Pending the erection  of new offices on First street, the  office on 'Third street, lately occupied by Mr. Paxton, will be used.  It speaks volumes for the"district  to see one who has such ,a  close knowledge of its resources  elect to throw iu his lot with it.  HANDSOME   GIFT ,. TO St.  MARTIN'S CHURCH.-  Some weeks ago Mr. W. H. T.  Olive presented to St. Martin's  Church a beautiful prayer desk. It  is, apart from its usefulness, a handsome addition to" the church's furnishings. It was made by Mr.  Olive, and reflects great credit to  his artistic taste and skill.  CANCELLATION 01? It USE EVE.  Oassi All DlSTIUUT.  'RJOTICE is hereby -riven tliat tlm reservation placed on Crown lunds situated in  thu Bennett Lake and Atlin Lake Mining  Divisions' of Cassiar District, notice of  which was published in the British Columbia' Gazette and -dated lath December,  189S, is hereby cancelled.  W. C. WELLS,  Chief Commissioner of Lauds & Works.  Lauds & Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 30th January. 1991.  <. 3 m-fe 2.1  1L1U  ���  A  *  J.   S.   Byrom,  Temporary Premises Northern Hotel  o  r.  MINERAL    PRODUCTION    OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Minister of Mines recently  laid before the House some interesting figures regarding the mineral  iudustiial progress of British Columbia for the year 1900 over that  of 1899. The full details will appear in due course iu the Annual  Report of the Mines Department,  which will soon be ready for publication. The general increase is  very gratifying, the percentage being as follows:  Total mineral production 32  Total metal production 40  Lode miue^ production. . ..40  ESTIMATES  GIVEN, ON   ALL  '    KINDS OF WORK  PLA NS AND SPECIFICATIONS  A   SPECULT*  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin.  NEXT TO CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  FREE BOWLING ALLEY,  ?  /-v.il.  E. G.   Tennant  Manager.  >a  Branch Office &t Pine, '���MJ'-'-':  \m ''?>  ��'"  lt;yP  m  !���$,�� p: .  flpps-  :'-"-:.":,';">ri>.--  li '"*������  ��� :!' 7t:  |4   i?  Ii  'if  15*,  If,  IP: '  to  ky  I  II- ?i  Jppi  iii  m  P.S-. 7;'  7^7;V7  I*?l.."J-."  |:pp  life;;  ^LLp^?^  PICKED UP HERE AND THES<E:  Church  of En^liuiil :^'y 7.7       yPPlp-'-;'!;;- ���?.������'  -.. St. .Miii'tiii'.s Cliui'cli, cor. Third and Ti'uin-  or streets. Suiiiliiy. services, Matins at II 'a'.'-  in.,7 Evensong 7:11(1 ji.-iii.y Celebration, of.. ITol.v,  Conmiuiiion, 1st; Sunday 'in-eachnid'n'tli and  on Special occasions. .-Siiiulii)' School', Suu-  iluy lit !'rii. I'-iii." Cijininilloo-' Meetinns. 1st  Ttiu'rsihiy iii each mdnlli.y ���'���'_%.'_"'/"���,yyY"'"��� f.  ' '���������';'��� ... Ituv.W''. ].. Stiipnenson, Rector.'  St..   Andrew's'  Preshyterinn  Uhureli  hold  Pser vices in   t Im PA.   H. llnll,::.Sm;oiid',St ree't.  . Mdrtiin;:- 'service nt II . evnuiiii; service "::i(i  Sunday Si:li<iol ist. t'lie close of the morning  ��� .sei'vieeP   Rev.'.1: Priiijjlo, iMinislcr.     ;,'}.   .."."  .: ']���'.'��� .. ."One of the lie.st'articles l'oi'(���ood, health, is  7 ilwholesome loiif (if- broad at. iii cents, nnd n  '; lii'st-cliiss meal I'm- ���fid ceiitsjatthe;: Pioneer'  '_;".-"Kiilii��i*v;   ������v^fpp^y.r^ry::p^yyyy; y'y;  7.iSmoke:La;Eloi''.de^Marca:and you;  <p;, will sraokePuo other ; brand jPa'ski: lor  -y ���'   . -.���     . .  , ���     -.-.���;. -:,.....��� -..-,..7. ,.;.  ...;   .    ���'.'.������,,���.;.���, -     '. --.yiy' 77 -77-;  :P-yit and; seeVthiatyvpuPgety  '������ :.-yHbtel.-keepS7theinv:;.;f 'f;;5^P^#'v'.;,:Py  * ������,^-,.::v--7.-Mr.-:;S:[cFeely:''ha.sV  .PyMrP^  'P^buildingPad^  yP<-;stbre;Pptr;P^  yP:;stbre;\vili ihayea; plate ;-glasS;frpnt.,   -  Pyp 'Mr/;;'' Olive:; hasPerectedrayxlrying.:  Pykiliribr;lumber^  ���������������: to supply��a,u3':.dem3'nd':fbrPdryPancl  yvPseasbuedy lumber. ; ;-This7,is:;aPmuch  P 77needed7additioh7.to^the ;lpeal: mills. P.  ���p; ':-;M.H P.an^7 .Mrs.;P;Shprt,ybf 7pine  '.���;������; ::creekv 'have'^arrived ��� iii Skagway on:  y; theiryway^tp'^Atliny, y7:P.'pp;;iyppy7.y  P: ;;; Fliill'litp of stationery at:-Dbckrill?s'P  .:;::y ��� .7We-;hearttha  ��� .PP'^ni^weii^np^n':;iii Atliiipis-biuhis;:  7yywayv.tp:I)awsbn,P^wliejeJ.'he expects;  :;y; tp:remain';mbst of the suinmen-PMrP  VPNicholsbhHs:the':''original.locator oil  P.P: Slatei/Mountaih^iir the1 White, Horse;  PScHstrict^iaudPlSalspy owns :::six; claims:  ; }y ',acl joining; tlie;Engiiieer:;aUd:G.leaiier;  ^'.groups 'pii'Taku>AnhP"*;! ;^P.y-WP;..;P  P:''p7;';-Try ;Hot;'"Baths';PlVpy:';7Laun^ryP  We :are: informedythat a firePpc-  v :cii rred at ;the-Gleanervilie" rnihesion  y- :Saturdayy^afternodn, /last, .aiicL-.dicl  .���'���������'���cousiderabie :damage.���-���' y P ;. P.:P;P.  ;; :Ask. for  Picadilly Club Scptch;at  ��� ���'tbe'Lelaiul-Hbiei.-Py ��� "' P'v;1  LI II  m  ��lgAI^^p��pgI  PFOR-;  Sl-sffitS  S:  : ;r ,.;; Coini 1 aieci;-'frprii.l^irstyPageVPyy.;  ti u'i t' ft is trict'' h ayi fig ; re i i d ered; i t;ad^  visable'���;-f6r-';-hi'rii ; to7. .selli'.outyliis  iliuivberL^iijterestsjPliere  partnerpPMrp',PAv.:;^yt7Baker:;; ;His  ;cheerjsface.:'sd^ fauiiliar-rpuiid town;'  avi 11, we feel sure'; be great 1 y"iiiissed;:  andPhe "carries":-'<wnli������..hiniPthe;;besl  :wisiies;.; IbrP ;his Psuecess' ;and: :prp-  ;spcn'ty:.iypiiv:liiS'm  InMr.;,Tenii'iiit; wc; lbsePone.6f;the  oldest pioneers, of;'''tlie, ..district.;, he;  havingilirsty.come:; in'l:iere;:;in:June,;  :/r'S9'SjI;'pii''-'-;'liisP\v:iy 'to\tHe/7Cpa'st::Troiii"7  ;Dawsbnpy AtPtliat;; early^xiay there  Avas.vpfPcourse; hoP^tlni;'Gity;y:iiid;  7WJiej^iji;:ap']iroacli.ing7':Hi^  .vpi.tie;.cree^k,P.frp'in'-';f:iie  liis;partiiers;;;lpst;Ptlfeu:pv^  tlie capsizing oCtljeirbbatlheydiacl;  'to':.'gqj-iiu'n��^  ���.i'bia.iify,;;fou'i;-',tl^  i ii ell.; v i rg iii j ;Kvs h Pto' v F r i tz;;M i 1 le r' s':  caiupPaty;Biscbve;i;>^  ei"ected7.theP first; liiniber; lnill'invUiis  ci i s t ri c t iyp; Th e: "-.'.b'tis ii i ess P'hejs tar tccl '���:'���  :\vlien;yJ.uvnlje;iP;rjf!i;,;as;;higli|aS^  a ipoo,;feet;;7.7h,asPgro  illllillll^  p;Cd^PLETE-;:;':;:STG^kg  *:?S.~  'O.97  ���;'/&>:  wmmommm  Pringle,' who  has  P'-  MiPJPFairbprn^representatiye'of  ...P.. Btirn's,& Cp.;has arrived iii '-town'''.  v aud.will occupy; temporary 'premises''  pnext;;the;:Leiand7 Hotel' till the end.  ,:;��� yof this��inputh:vP,He,will take charge'  of';: the;- retail; ^business,. linY the:pld  "'''stand;',Si: W." corner: of PearD'and  "���- ������Firet-'streets':about'--; the" first'-ofj-May.:''  :-'-:'.-p';;-TJle'.Presbyte'riEi'n-;(-hiirch Concert  ;P: which'yrwasP postponed"���',last week  '���7will; be-held ':��� ou' -Tliursday evening,  '..P.. neXt. Pyy 7''p ").,'._  :"v:;;^;The'^ev;:Mi",  .-:��������� ;been confined;'' to the Hospital for  . 'several days, is,; we.are glad-to.sa}-,;  . now convales_ce"nt and will hold'serf;  yPvice 011 Sunday as usual, ' '������}.������'������  (. <    C D. Newton & Co.    will   open  ,'..'up in Discovery,   next week, with a  .complete   line   of   groceries     and  gents' furnishings, boots, shoes and  miners' supplies.'.  . There will be a Grand Opening  at the Nugget Hotel iu Discovery  011 Tuesday evening next. Mr..  George Hayes, the genial proprietor will be pleased to see all his  Atliii friends and promises, tlieiu a  warm reception. There will be a  musical programme and a.dance.    ,  Another   shipment of   those fin'e  chickens   has arrived  for Fraser'&  ��� Co.     Come   earl}'   and   get   your  choice at 30 cents per .pound.  Jack Byrom desires   us  to  state  that   he  leaves for the coast  011 or  'abput'''Mtlie^^^  partiesP ha;viiigP;claiius;.against;bim  .will:; receive ^: pay ihent;ori:^  ���tipii'pflhei.^  ties,;undebte(;iPtOyMrp'B\^fpn:'a^  questedyto make":;Sett^iiient:jjiefbre'  A'hat;d'ate.yy7;-.7pP- ; y;P;':";',:,;pPP��P.;:v. y.i/.  '/, il'^lieTeconstruQtibn-of^.tbe y^'Kppt-  enay: Hotel-is������. going' on,apace.yPlt  Aviirshprtly;be;bpeHed;;by3;M^  Hayesp:ipf 7-pis'co\;ery, Pyylip.y/yhas"  'b'pug;ht;put.7^r:'^yrpin  i:iiyHot::P^aths,;;Trp)P:^-j^  : : Editor:yHirs^;'fielcP-accbmpaniecl'  by'.WalterP:BlakiePspent,: :last::^veet  ;at:;PJke;riyer,:yWe;l^  sliipmeiit:  of.-'ptarmigan and groiisef  but it;.seems "they.forgot:-.to   take  avsupply cf sall;with:them.P;'P;. P;P  ,; Rrowulee.^c;I.owry have; imnjb.v-  ������ed!'.('lieir!;''pnTc'e =premitfes, .by! adding a  dr:aftit>g^.ropij).P;:' 'PP   '.������'V-y'P--P:';  ^���y Baths!'Hpt,7'lTOy Laundry. Py .  :::::Last.\veek; Mr. Hirschfeld���';made  an 7interesting :photograph ���;ofpthe  first two loads^^ bPiuining;.machiiiery:  for the Race IiorsePpr.opefty, hauled  by;'dOgs.��� y;'-".o:P';:��- ';.l^^-P;.7''P 7  :<PYoivcan buyi'butter Vfbr-dog feed  at':a'uy;-;PpriceY':..;byt  give;; you choice ; iiewP:'Greauie;ry,;  either AustralianP-:or:yCanadian;^-at  50'.cents: also, another., lot. of that  nice;Smoked Fish, at 30 cents per  :poi.!ud.y. Strictly-fr.eshPeggs just arrived.  :' 'yP-''  ���'".��������� v.'"7.v���.���-���>���;'.'   ' ������ '��� ���'  .'.' ���The hydraulic plant for the 'Nirti-  rod Syndicate is being hauled over  the lake to be 'installed ;ou McKee  creek. '��� ���  Use .Dockrill's Climax Cough  Cure.     P  Just arrived !'��� Fresh potatoes.and  onions a nd: strictly fresh Eggs.  Best Creamery Butter, Oranges,  Lemons and Apples'at Pillinan's.  H. J. Marquis,- of Spruce creek,  is in Skagway waiting the arrival  of a shipment bfniining machinery,  consisting of, elevators aud other  hoisting apparatus. These he intends bringing over the ice as soon  as possible aud installing on .his  property. ���.,���'..  S��p5i^$|i|^  ;;&es���r^  iKiCy Gi LLESPrjiPBrbp:^  .-.WALTERPBl-AKIEMgr.;  wL,  Siga.rs^  ;yy,:P|;',yPg^;;ggg  '?�����* p^r;}:J;;2a ^;V>G/l^m;-^;P  pp^:';--':'-^:;::'':':^  y::;.!::p-.;p'".f;":^::^  \Shi&��f,;&i^  New- and Second Hand  Tin and Granite WarePIrpn 'Steel, Picks, Shovels and I'dacUsniith's  ;; '   'Coal. Giant; Pii\yilei-.* Cniisl'I'Vuse and .Vukon Stoves.-1::"     pp P  :y" .        v.;  "<<���'���: "y:PP":'-���"���   ..'-.'���;���������-"-��� .-;~:C63<ls.';B.ouf,lit'--Soitl-:anil   rxcli<ni((c(l. 'y  ..' . y ;;",-;PP-.' ,P.y"..  Pish,  "p'epBQELKEE,'':  :';!:FRES!iPMEATS;;ALWAYS';qNpHAND;  Game   in /season and   home;    made  ��� Corner . -First .'and    Peari; ; S'i'keets  c.  G.'H.-H.vYi*!*.  J: G. CoiiNKi.i..  A..   " "  Plli^tf '-MM-:  b ^ ^gjivji V * .'.a / v IJ. v H .  ; Discovery.  OPEN  DAY AND NTCHT  FI R'ST-.C L A SS REST A U 1< AN T  ��� ���','' i'N'' .- ������''."':' '��� -:".  CONNECTION.  Il"a:l(tiiaitei-s lor Hnltiii'i* &' r'nri'dtt's staste.  P  ���m  Us  '���';'., ;:    DISCOVER.V,:,B: C.  When you come to Liscovcry take  shelter under the tree.  Finest of liquors.-    Good stabling.  f/~ IRKXAND HOT'l-:i.,  J-  . .  I'lKST  STRKKT,   ATLIN.  KIRK'LANI),'- Managkk.  0:i.^      BATHS  ���   rV��   BARBE  ill SHOP  :    ,..���'���   I'vl.l'N'K Prnp.  Now oceupy their new (iniirtei's next  to the lianU of It. N. A.. l"ii-st Street.  The hath rooms are equally as ji'dod as found  iii  cities.   Private Kntrnnee for ladies.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  ��ULES EGGlvRT: & SON,  Swiss ''Watchmakers,  And  inanufactui'iiisr jewellers.  All 'Uiuds of nujrjret work executed with  neatness and dispatcn.  I-'       ;. .vt.  nt--\t  to Vmicr i.vii Genernl Stor��  ;^l  If  ���'I  I  I  y^s^^-^^fS^SJS^Es  ^  ��'��^��n����^CBQaiB^SWMO��U(*JSI!W  iH"fflT^v:Trfyc^ir^;yr". /V ������-"Tyta��**r;'*yag3^f *j^rtww/avc ��Y>oMflai K^M^LfaM &r k*  urn

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