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The Atlin Claim Apr 15, 1905

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 SSS^SsSS^^  7   Jjj  f 2:8 1005  ���<:*'.���.������ *������- ";;  ^���..--iv.-w:-������';���������������,  ppp-^Torsa,;^;.,^^'  7',      ' .V '  '   -..���^ '-.  ���yorr.'iiv  AT IJN, ; B: G., '"'-S AT U R DAY,.:: ; A PR IL (',&  1905!":  N<  lO )  ::*::;;:;":^;BKE^]MMS:  - -. 7 .011a wii,7'.. 011 1:,:P-PFrai 1 k :�����������)]iver,  P.M. I'P Mor : JiclinontoM,.; lias-been  ������';,���'; s wti r n 7 i 11 ";������: 1 fi :;-M .i .11 i s t ,e r-. .0 ft lie;,! 111 e r i in 7  '"��� aiid; has leftjbr Line   .\VestP ToV-stahdr--  :; -for Te-e lection:6n-Mi'iyP2iid.: -PP. '--������  1 -;-M;iciri d,/.:-���-four Inn id red \ persons  '���;"��� have, bee'ii killed:';liy Uie.^cbl lapse, of  /���'.the iicuvwiiler reseh'oir. PPp,;:   P  PP,PSiiigaporeP--::Fif ty-qii'e ��� sliips ol.  ;pRojestvensky^sP; sc[i'utdroVr.':,:passed^  P-here today. ���:PlHHir:oL'tiie=iupsXiiiii:  ���'��� porlar.t battleships' haye'riot yet ar.';  ���,,, -rived.; their whereaboiris,linknownP  '-'������ ��� -St.- Petersburg):'���- Polish -work-;  inginen7'have" organized ,a ���������boycott''-.  '7. ,'oii, vodka: and flbbaccbj thus'-reduc-  ;���:.   ing; the sfate resources. 7 PP   P  3t.7. Petersburg,:rAprilygthP--^,  ,P;;:ThefeP;is: .great -rejoicing-, in 'the  PiA-dmiralty-oyer; -the^, fact; that Ad-  7Primal -'Rojestveusky ;  hadPsuccess-  '. fully  ;iia\ag-atedf: Malacca P^StraitS;  ���-���.without--encountering     Japanese;  - Rcjestveiiskvyplarined-a stratagem  :'-;'i:vt6P-deceivej;',th.e..VJ:apahes.ei'.'J)y ������'direct:.  --uig.lhe.I^ussiah,;:^  P- the'collier:fleetP..toPfbllmy,:;liiih tba-  ;-Mreudezvbus":in;-Siinda>:7Straits,Pfive'  '-   hundred miles sputhPofySing'apbre,'  where iuaiiy colliers ,.were "despatch-,  77ed-and(:ninny- .had;Palreacly--!al!eii  .-iiitp the hands of the Japanese;: but  ���������'���': Rojestvensky,deliberately sacrificed  ���    thenYaspawu .011   a-.���.chess-board.  The success of lhe Russian scheme  is apparent, -froth the; fact -that be  .: .���'���.did -not meet, a'single-Japanese vessel ..in   .passing    Malacca   .Straits,  .while.despatches--from   Batavia tell  ���  of Sunda, Bali, Lonbok,--Flores.and:  -Pother.Straits .to -the south ward   be-  ' ing crowded with Japanese5torpedo  P-boats; guarding those passages. ,,-  .It is7 thought   that   the 'greatest  ...naval, b-ttl.le"of the war".will occur iu  ^ibout ten daVs-neai-v the Island of  -Formosa, pi.Soo.-'miles  : norlh   of  - Singapore. -.' ;  ��� ���.    ,  'St. '���'Petersburg,-'.April ���ioth :���A  despatch fiom Cbief-of-Staff Karke-  ,'vitch from the front says there is  no change in   the  situation ��� ol the.  .two armies. ;''  , St. Petersburg, April mHi :---No  .���.'.information has been received today-regarding the .movements of  Rojestvensky's fleet. The situation at the front is unchanged.  Washington, April nth:���A  Tokio cable to the "State Department was received this morning,  advising that the closing of Kelung  port to foreign shipping has been  ordered until further notice. It is  believed that this ac'tioir at'Kelung  indicates that this port will be used  by Togo as a base.  Niagara Vails, N. Y.-April nth:  -���The Duke aud Duchess of Manchester arrived here today en route  to FiiglancJ- A Tier viewing the  falls and inspecting the power development plant, the party left for  New York.  7pLoiidoii, April 13th.:---'riie;Stockr  holders;of the;.'Grand- 'T.ruhk.;']\ail:;  w}iy,;li-iiv'e'Vad6pt'ed'vlhe'''direcl6r'.S'"re-  ��� .��� 7 '���      7 n. ������ -   ������        ������  7.7-^7    .7 ... ,  ppi'tv;'. 'Plie construction of the Lake  Superior branch ;-wi M/begin hi-June;  aiid-IheI'.pra.i.rie./'b'hiiieii iii Julyi-'  -.^Singapore",'PyApfil,     13II1P:���/A  cruiser���rroihy;HongpKbiig- -reports  pass.ih'gptl^  ing- six hattlcsliijds, sleaniiiig-iiorth,  'on'April L|th.--:'PP:Pn---' ...yPyy;  ������f-'QttrivvrirpApi-Ji -i3thP:;-^;At:Plhe  Conservative caucas: held:; today.;it  clevelbpedvthat- it-would '-.'be-; almost  a'ii iinqssibilit}'.7that: a- vote pn the  'Borden:���'���.��� -Ameiidmeiit'P Autonomy  Bi 1 Is co ii 1 d - be reacl 1 ed -before. the  first,of May ..PP;.���.',:.-';,:':..,.,,. ^^"Pi-'-y -:  P,;-.'r^kib,iA'pril^  Depaftineht;:is ' lb ;'ask -lenders-to  raise':'tlie.' s 1111 keir' Russian . warsliips  at;' Port'A rt h u r. ';"'". :-pP ;;'".;'. v     P.-.',, .7,: \i  PvSingapore,: -Apirily-13th'::���--The  steamer ;Nubia-.which;7 arrived ;:here;:  reports;:that.-she ",.passed -forty-two  Russian ;vessels steering:; north-east,  about'300. miles uorlh-ea.stpf-Singa-  porel���'.;-���'--The.v"'co 11 rse';L. indicates;:.:'that  thefleetis iiot^goiiig-tO'Saigori: i:;p  ��� Earthquake in India;   ; ?-  Many Buried -Alive..  .- Lahore, India; April 11 th:���The  towns of Pale in pur..: and Ka'ngra.  were .wholly destroyed, by the recent  earthquake ;;ten thousand, people  are hpiueless aiid hundreds killed.  The barracks at Hill Station, DliJirs-  inala, collapsed, burying- alive 50b  men belonging to lhe Gurkha-regiment:   -.,''" -    ��� -,:���.'.  - .'Lahore,���'���India; April-istli :���The  commissioner reports that; 14,000  persons have been killed:as the result of cai-tliquakes.-,=-P ;-������:'���: ������-.- 777  Ruffnei* vs. Attorney: General  Did Parties Withhold Information  pf'rbm - Department of "Mines ? ���  ;The" Gape-CairoyRailway.  The Urilish South African Company has received a cablegram from  Victoria Falls, announcing.that the  bridge over the Zambezi.River, the  highest iii the world, was linked up  on lhe morning of April ist; 'Phis  completes '-another link in the chain  of the Cape-t.o-Cairo Railway.  Items of  News.  Lord- Milner, late governor of the  Transvaal, is en route for Fngland.  W. J. Nelson, judge at kosslaud,  decided that Solo is not'a gambling  game.  Col. Morris ot the Royal N. W.  M. P., died of paralysis on the 71b  inst., at I'rince Albert, N. W. T,  Mrs; Cassic Chadwick may get a  new trial. A stay of execution has  been granted by tlie U. S. Circuit  Court of Appeals.  Jules Verne; the great novelist,  died, at Amiens', France, on March  24th. He was born at Nantes on  Feb. 8lh,  1S2S.  ' M i-. J. H.' S e 11 k 1 er * - i 11 the S ri p rem e  Court.ChaViilJL'rsou. April 3r-d,;rnade  au/appiicationtb have- tlie '. defence  in ���;llie;-;act|p'u'��;;;ofP At.tprney-G.en'eral  ys. J. :M. Rufdier struck out, iii de-..  fa ulto f, ap pea rail ce of i 11 e d <ileu d ant,  Riiffiier/-for exaininatiou;--:-" -P.7'";  -���'" Mr; A.' Lp Relyea of Victoria ap-;  pearedTor-.-IiuftVieh-'P'-'-P-'Sy  P /.The. Attorney-General yallegesiu  tlie;'slatenientP.bf' 'claiui.- that.-'.three  mining ,'.claims; .were; taken ".up on  'Pine;Creek,; in Aliin^-by7three, men  ���������named Chancey I-Iuglies and Beard,  aiid that they; inteiHlPto.-afterward  obtain,. ;h}r.draulic: ���;leases''������ for .the  ���'gr.duud,.':,,';;Iu.:t-he,'mea'i.itinie,'' Ruffiier,  came along- and applied'-foi.'-a hydraulic lease fur-certain, bench-.and  hill fclaimsP-yThese leases;inclucled  ther'ground;- already -granted .; to  Chance and, his partners.y- According: to the'���',''At'tpriiey-'G'eneral.p::the'  theii; gold-coin in issibiier-in;- A tlirr,  ���Mr. J;;;D..Graham,Pwrongfulh'and'  withoutp-aulhoiily,;-' granted--; the  leasesvlo-Ruffiier^and-Ruflner ini-  liiedialelyiput-in a plant and started .to worktbe ground: . P "..PP  P-'i'Ue action is to have the Tease to  RufFiier'caiicellecl ; for a receiver,  aiid��ah acconiiliiig of what gold or  blher precious metals have been  'taken out ���of; the ground p.for aiY injunction ���preventing Ruffiier or his  agents^vorking the mines, and for  damages. ;;- .'.-. .-p..  ��� ��� Mr.;.Belyea explained how; Ruffner. ^'as ���;away. " L thi 11k,-.'' said  Mr. Belyea, continuing, " that the  order was taken, out unfairl}', aiid  that lhe plaintiff 'has not -acted  rightly."    ���  " '"'It looks to "me," interrupted  His Lordship ..M-r... Justice.' Martin,  "as if it-were lire other way.; You  have been ;-apparently careless all  along, - and were 'willing to take  chances upon -thing's turning out  right/'-'"       \  The matter ended by-time being  given for Ruffiier'to attend for examination, on-Monday, April roth,  His Lordship remarking that he  did this as he thought the Attorney-,  General was anxious to settle the  matter once for all. Costs to the  plaintiff.  A Merger. ."'  An important consolidation ' is  under way for lhe purpose of working Pine Creek on a large scale  under one management. The  North Columbia Mining Co., Pine  Creek Power Co. and the Steven-  dyke properly will combine and use  Deck's ditch, the besl water channel in the district, which will be  enlarged lo carry 7,000 inches of  water and give a pressure of nearly  200 feet. Some rich .ground, previously opened up on tiie south bank  of the creek, will be worked.  Steam Shovel,   'p  Will  be in  on, the'First, Boat.  .Mr. R. 'D.-.Feieerstoiihaugli'y aiid.  Mr. PJoromley,-.: of the -Northern ;,  Mines:: Cp.',yLtd.,���'Va'rri'v-.eclP'.h'.ere on.::  Thursday"--, accompanied, -by;" their ..  wives- ./.':P--'P:P-PiP;PPp;;P'Pp^  . -The;steam-shovel will; be shipped P  oil -May- 20II1 iiext,'sb as to bevliere;--  by-the opening of navigation:-'' PP p;,;;;  -Whenit is. knawn' that-ground; '���;.  }-ieldiiig7;only:five-;ceiits-7per;-;cu;bic ;;-  yard -will pay aP-very: hanclsohie ���  pro.fi I. tb-.-lhe-steani'.shpy el-treatment; ���  if is'sale to predict'for t'ne hew com-' -  pany a very'prc-sperous seasonP-P - ;:  -'-;" Ta king -t 11 e:: average P wpr k?' do 1 le .'���,.;  b}'-the ;up-to-date -steam 's ho vela 11 d ;;  figuring the Rvalue per cubic yard rit --  only'fifty cents, which: is,, to-say. the,:;  least,;a;:very couserV'ative :estiiiiate;:;; ���  we-arrive at the following:astonish--;  ing result for a. 30b days' run--- M  ;2;5oqcub. ycls-x'-360'days;-:',-;, ;-  .'-..-'---750,000 yds.-;at-5be,;:-$375;000^  .Operating   expenses, (fig- pp :;  .-if 'eel twice ���as--.higli, as'-,'.- -.,- -'--:  Pi'bn;the;coast;;;:..PPP.v- P;^o,;6po '  Net;  P-'$325.ooc��'  Our ��� Member' in, Committee.  Among' ���t lie '��� suggested : amendments to'���(he" Plater Act which were,  considered 'by the mining  committee, the matter of .the granting and  cancellation of leases   was   brought  up.    It seems it is   now  subject to  the  approval.'of   the   Minister- of���  Mines,;and Dr. 'H.'"li. Young point-  ;ed;out"'.'.'that   this-eutailed -1 :great  dealof disadvantageous dehn-.-: He  proposed that power to actyin  sticli  cases should be vested-in   the   gold >  commissioner for the   district.';   He.  argued that this would -be: productive of increased.activity in mining'  de.v.elopnienl, as.'.the..gold'..commissioner  would then-be in a position-  where leases were forfeited   by failure to work   the  claims, to   cancel  the. same  and ' thrpw- the ���ground'  open for development by'individual '  miners. ���-'���'���-���.  Dredging.  The 'British-American -Dredging  Co. will operate its dredge on Gold  Run, while the British Coluinbi.-  Dredging: Co. will complete iis.  Bueyrus dredge at Blue Canyon, on  upper Spruce Creek, and sh'.Hild i e  at work by June rst. Australi: .1  dredge operators have taken a bo. d  on the Gold  Bottom   Co's   groin.1 -.  Bull and Dixie Creeks will'he  worked by Californians, who prospected them last year.  Our Member Returning'.  Dr. H. F. Young, M. P. P., left  Vancouver on the nib, en route  here. Me should have a royal  welcome home. ���-i.it1>.-'!" *'���  ;^.- -'.^"'. :^W -,-<;- -;;;: - y -> t !r'i;"; *-"J'-r-^ ^A'^^^jC^��u��. jV^a'S *>jl'/'"  ���Mi-  :<?.  |p?ii-!:  ���'VI-.-  7F--  |-P:hyi-,-  "���'���;': I  ��� 7.1  w  Ip:  ATjJy/JN,   B.r:,C:,'   SATURLiA^,-y'APRIL    15,,; 1,905,  vThotlio; Clai  il 1 l2. ATI.IN   CLA I!\I   lb  pUlil ISHtU  tVIRV  GATUHDAY  ...      . MonNiiu-...  >i AV*r.i>   FnL-c.-ro   ah v*   s-Aur or rue  W3IILD    i"On-[.0     CIJflTb.   PK H    WOHTH  ;     I.H.OO.PL'H  Y.-An.     ADyr.M'riiitNd nATKs: 1.1.00 pen iNr.wrACM  ,   :n;^i;nTioN :  nCAOiNC NOTiccn. 2C chnts* a LiNn  !-.Pi:cia,   rutcs   oil . ppucATibrj. -7  : .7. ' -. .���^.^y^^...:.-: -_,..   -  yy.-lOIiTOSNTlNd.:;,     P-���P-  WLL-HU71DII,.' PClSTEriS, *    -VISITI HO.    CAR DS  tjKTTCn-HmYcm,     ,y    t-noanRKMLs,,, ctc.,;ctc.    '" ,y  DPSEfn   PHOMPTUV   i:xt:iiuTED.7'  PIIICE3    WODCIIATC. '      7 i  :.q  'J-m.; A'i'i.i's'-.Gli.Ajixi- I.'uiu.itiiii-1-i*; Co..  A-., C. ���il 1 iis'.on Vi�� 1.11)��� 'Urnxi)l(-1' 1101'lii WTO 11.  P.y^ The aclA-eht of steam -shovels' into   Atlin makes-:!, new era. in gold 111 in -  PP ing. here;    :'f'he.shovel, is PiuiPeyblii-  - ���tiion;; along -purely: "scientific and  ;; :praclica.l iiiies-and ;i��:^iid,orsed; by  ;~ the ��� niost einineii l,.. pradical.mining  ".   aut.honlies, ;  Its-value -has  already  -been demonstrated by aclua-l'.op.era,-.-  P t-ioii elsewher-eaud there is, pi:acli.-  Gaily no-element   ol" .speculation   iu.  -its-working,'���.hereojioiii-.creeks-. /-Its.  //'enormous .capacity,   low -operating  -P cost  and- woiKlerful efficiency; must  :   necessarily ma.keii-a. large dividend  ; payeiv -;;.;;':"-, 'P-i;/::-':-':- ���':''-."���"���//���  '.���������- Ttie-;large area.-of- place?'  grbiiud-  --i:n:our distirict not; ayaUablepio the,  -.'���-.������ hydaa.iiJ.ic ; pr.ocessv (which   requires;  ;ai!.:a.bu-.ncla.iil. a.iul pe'riuiuient- water  P supply,:  a. sufficient 7elevation':,foj:  /-pressure  from theJ nozxles/ and an.  ample, clump- lor -tailings);,Can easily;  /;��� bewprked "-by tlie- system, of steam-  shovels, which: overrides- every'obstacle to  placer niinlug, whether,: it  - be   absence   of,, clump,   scurcilyPPjf  water,   lack   of-bead��� fineness: of  .gplcl, -presence, of Phuge; boulders,,  .cement. 01-claw .  - ���'���.".'." ��� ���- '"';'/.Fire!; ' ���'���;,���:'���::'.-������  Tlie ' Pioneer   Bakers'   narro-vvly  r    , -' '"     r'  ''��� '���<      '      ��� '     ,   , '      7    ���  ' ���  iuisse'd .destruction ou Sunday night.  The -blaze originated -from-;sparks  from   lhe  chimney,   catching  in a  pari .of   the -premise's ���' .-which '''has-  been. - a - "s! audi iig  .fire-trap;; and.: a  .sour.ceof; chinge'r: to   the  neighborhood.    The-, lire was disebveredPal-  uiost . w.hen -it slaj-ted, bj- Mr. -Jack  ;.Perkiuson;,/l)y /whose' strcnuc-us exertions it waspiioniplly extiiuiished.,  ���The   .fire 7 department  .responded.  :prouiptly lo'.tbe  call-ancl /were;in  'readiness- inside; often nunulesP/   ���  ;-, Mrs. Peters-,, who istena-iit of tlie;  ^premises,, set a- fo'ree ofaiseiii.at work  Monday mpimiilg, tearing'down' tine  sectioiiv/where-;:the, lire  stair.tael,.;'-.it  haviiig'beeii/coudeinnecl-by tlie;fire  wardens..     : . '."..���  y/The;bukei!v. ;i,nd, .liEirch,-business'  has-been-'earned on without- much  interruption.,',... :     - : : .  ���;��-"-  ;������; Wiiv ��� si'iisi) 'out wiikn' v oui o as-out <;i)i>:eis am ���Kiiir/AS'-w'sriE ? -,, ������  '.'.."��� P. ��� /   P  .-   Atlin, Nugget and   Grape/ Ring;-'"I nit l; hi .Is til .JowcTri rimmi.---  -     I'lictiii-oiioii tlu;': |i'ri:iiiiM\s. ��� '..', -:   . '-,.'    '' ".    y/p������   ,: 'P. // ��� -' ; /'���'���'���," ������������ ���'-" -���������-  , ������:������������ l?ii'nV: Xc'w.StiH-k  ol'   VA/atchcs,   Clocfcc., Jewa.Iry   ����;!   Diamonds  I-- \Yiitviii.'s Croiii ,��r>.o(>:iip. :     1. --,--,       ,-.-.,-������   ..P ' ���: -7 ,,-'-, -.:./;.-..:,,/; .'.'���'.', ."��� '���  Silverwares, Cut Glasc^ Hand Fainted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JlJtES.;'Efi6pT:pi;:S0^  ^;'i'://;p,��ATCHMto  :a:;?bHiMlM;^KJ  ATLIN  &    DISCOyERY.;  -.-_7...'<llii,4���,,y,���y...���::u,  The} Atlin Curling Citjfa.  Development .'.at'.-Mines....  .    While- undoubtedly the   mineis-"  uia'xim,'.'.'.' follow the ore,:" is a-good-  oiie,: and. as a--geneEal principle is it  better onc;t.haii  that which advises-  , vertical shafts aiid   mine workings-  laid out- with   absolute .'mechanical  . uccuracy'it "is  unwisefor- the mine  operator to follow the ore so closely  that   lio-   pros pec Li iii?   beyond -the  walls is uiidertaken, says   tlie-Min-.  .big  and-.-..-Scientific- Press.     -.Many-,  good"ihiiies'bave been 'closed down,  and   abandoned   for   years,   'simply'  throiig.h the failure   to  c'ktend the  work   of-��� exploration- -beyond' tbewails of the   vein.    Ore  shoots in.  veins   pinch out, overlay, and send,  aut. branches, audit should   be   the-  aim. of  the   caiefnl ; niijie   snperin-  beuel'e-nt to keep in sight all the j.os-  sibililies- of. bis. mine,, by ���means of.  properly dissected crosscuts, as well  as to explore  tin:  single   fissure in-  which he ch.-uicc;;-to fiilrUi   body of  yay.pue..  The Gurling Club held a meeting-  last   Monday -evening, -vvhen'; the  managing cbninritiee preseiited their  general ruidfinaiicialirepoft,, which,  proved satisfactory lo the owners of  the Club-, as. it showed- they held a  profitable -'investment.-".-��� The eai-i.1-  ings for.;the wiiiter have;.;; been   eon-;  siderably-over expenses, but a,s/tlie,  sport bii theiceisriiGt :'yet-finished  lor   ihe^/seasonj/the -J'ull/;returns;  could y/bot-be-pLesented;   by   the  ireas.lirei:-.'      .P'/,'/  -The:people   o-f.: Atlin/; have   been.  indebted to: the;, Cuiiiiig :Club:-for  in rich b'eal th y sp'or.t ,a nd amuseiu tfii t  on the ice during-.the past wi later. ���  Full;^ iisie/,i>of;::pGl^  ^-'/;--���'---;''.;';P-'P;/''-P.;/';Vrl'E-b --���'/y-P'-.P-P:'--:::/;:-^'  ������;J:;:;.V/-C^^  THE    LATEST' :"-SN'."���.:HAYS, y\BOG.TS::'   AMD."���  ,...��� ;-:'. P.JC��^:   GqIsI PSeial'; Gtimy Boots.y '-/���".  mQES.  Our-GooHs are; the ;Eest-and Our: Prices the; Low  ���/^./y,H^.��(;.;;;-.Hi��l'.��S4-/.Bl;%��'   .  /.���-::'���/-���--/-:.:ATi,lX>:..Hv...ty'.-,.��� :,.;.-7;y-7:  skelr-'and/heavy: hardware  T'n and Grsnite Wsro,  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplie  f-1-.v*^    ---���^���-w.wj^i^T^-  Dcors anclWindows.  Fu't's^iiurs swsd PMstCu'ass:<F&GiGi''<f.'  Claimed to be tihe Largest: Cataract  :p/: ;i ������-:/.ia-the'/World, P/:'.::/:i-/:  William Weir Dead- V ;,  Former  President of Ville. Ma^ie  Banfc Succumbs ts- Illness^  .���News from-. Vancouver has been  receh'ed liere.an'iiouheing the death  oi William Weisr./fiiianeie'r,-. and for:  mer president' o-f Ville Marie bank..  Kis death' occurred.-.in the- Pnotes-  r.ant Hospital, Ottawa, after "aw.ill-  uess extending oyer a Teriad of  seven weeks.     .-..-...'...  His soil,. Mr. Frank' Weir, one of  Allin's   inoneer- 'mining, snen, is in  Victoria, and many words  of sympathy   are   heard   ou   all   sides foi:  j him iu his sad bereavement..      '  ���'--The En'o's-t s-u bli me /cataract in the  world was discovered-las i;Py��ar "-'oil.  tihe- /Isnaza/Hiyer,:: which   parih;  sejjarates.braxilaiid'. Argentiiia;���'it  far   surpasses "'Nras-ara7: and   Zambesi-, Falls.. Pit is in the midst of-ah-,  a-lmosf impenetrable-- lb-resti' ,1,000  nailesby boat! fronn'tlie-'n-sara-st. vij-  lnge or setileme';it. /'The, piecipice,  oyer which '-8lie river: plunges is 210  feet high,.that.of Niagara being/167  fset.    The caiaract ,is   1:3.123   feel  wide and it is 'estimated.-that-- 140,-  000,000 toiis- of water,-   plunge over;  it per .hour,, oc about twice .1:1 ''vast  as- Niagara..    The   en-tine- scsne. is  stated by an eye- witness-.'as  one of :  indescribable magnificence..  T-h��  n-v  Men's   Suits   CleahecE  /smd-RepaiPSd^ / P  Al! W��li (iuarant'e'etlP.-.-..-'������  '.G'bst!��  Called -For   and. lie-  I(VH|-f.d.7:  ;|jS IIII CI ty Casli on Colivery.;'.  p"'"'��� "MtvP a nd-Mi-s;"'' J P-: S7  Fenru  Proprietors.  i-t Wili- Pay You  'in -soiid' "Tlio Claim " to yvoiii"  -fi-k'iiil.s? iiiiMtuail of. loosing tinio-:  \\-ritiiiy letters. It-yitdonvoiii's ti>-  iviililisli uver.v week nil tlio p'riuciy  pnl in���vs of tli'is'.District. I'i'ice..  ti-i nti^- iiart, (a1/ tlio wm-lil : Six-  .months,,Si.fiO : one- .vuur.'Sn.OO.  -A LAS KA    ROUTE - SM LI-NGS-  7~      BATHS-       /P    "  BARlUvR SHOP  '- c P   :'  F.. Siii'Kr.ws & Hddt Dukiiam'.  No\%':ijci-iip.v ?ln.-n- i,.:'.v-i'iiiini'tiii-s next  to tlio UnnU ol--1.1.--N. A..-First. Street.  Tin; bntli i-rto-.-nmii-o-oc-iin-My ns-^ood as fuund-  rin   iiities.    Private   Kntrnncii f-or ladies.-  A. E. Garvey Appointed   Ca^  nadtan Customs Inspector  at Skagway.  'Ths following ./Sailings  aye  announce di's-r the inonth"of 'March,  leavii'i.g Skagway' at S p. ��i.::  Princes:} May :. April 1-5.H1 aiK.l2.5th,  May' 5AI1,   15j.l1 and, 25,th:. vv.id  Jiinie y^th.  Fopfuntlien iiiforniatPO'ii, apply or  write, la- .- II. 11. DywN, Agent,  . Ska'gwa-y. Ajlaska.  THISHOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  S&m*   JoS-mstoeiC!,   Prosi.  Newly Arrived*.  Among, tbe arrivals this week  were :--Mr. and ..Mrs. Rogers and  t"wo children, Mr. and Mrs. K. I)  h't'tlicrsloiiliangli,    Mr.    and    ?v!rs.  Bromley,', Mrs. II. Campbell, Mi;.,  lirown,.  Joe   Allan,.  J. C. Leslie,   M.   C.  McDonell,     li,.    A.  Kearns,. F. Jlelbrick  Geo.  I-Ceut,   T.   11.  Condon, If. M. Bull,  l'"~"\V. l'lynn,.  Leslie,   J.  ,A.  ''���biinbert, -T..  . J. McDonald,.  Holmes, J. J.  .Frank Brack-  I M iv A., iv.. (Survey h^' succeeded-  (vipl. Md.cod an Canadian cusloins  lrepresenUitive at Skagway. Capt..  Mcfieod who asked to 'be. transferred on accoui-il of ill health,, was  resident a.l Skagway during the  past five years-;.. he will assume the  duties performed by Mr. Garvey in  the Customs. Longrooni- at Vancouver.. ', ,     ���  nfo..  "a  The country which, sells  most to-  Japan i-;  British   India! Great   Britain coming next, with China third,  the United Slates fourth   and   German v fifth.  A. P. &. A.IVI  itugruliir i-iiiniiiiinii-n-  :li 1 >; 1 s lii.-ld on thi- Ili'.-A  'Uiiii.-.silny oi I'lii'li inontli  in the A.. W. I- \V. Hull,.  Third Sti-ei-r.  Visifinji- lii'iMlireii rordinll.v invited:  Brownlee&McFarlane  Engineers an-d Surveyors.  -I. II. HROWjVI-KI-;.. 1'. I,.H... I). L. s.,  -I. W. iVU'l.'AlM.AXlvO. li.  WANTED.  M KN-..\i.\H�� WWII K.X ii, t Ills i-n-nntr iiml nd-  joiniiigr ttii'i'linriVs, tu iiri-snnt nnd udvertisc  1111 old (.slnlilishi'd liou��i> oC wdid llimni-iiil  stiiiiiliutr. Siilury tti men $21 vn-pltly. to wn-  men --?t'��� to. ijiCS wi;pk).v with <-X|ii--nxi;s ud-  vuiii-cd oiu-h Mi.ndiiy li.v rlii'i'k dii'i'ut Irom  lii;iid(|tiurtt-i's. Hoi-sis nnd liiitrf-'.v riiri'ilsln-d  wln.'ii nei.|-s.sii|..v. I'oshinn |i(.-i'inuim'HI. Ail-  dress, lllinv lli-os. it (Jo, l)i-|it.'i, Mnniin Hldy:., I  (vliu:iiK'i.. I.IJ-  V&l  ,    Dl-SCOVfCRY,. I J,  ��� A  STKU.'Tf.V  A-Strictly  First-Class   Hotel-  Ditiiiig-IJooin iiii connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars-  ED..  SANDS,   Pr*<j?fetor.  Diiton   &.   Scliuh  Proprietors^  Discovery.  OPKN  DAY  AND  NIGHT.  l-'I KST-CLA-vSS, RI'STAIJKA NT  I N  CONNliCTlON.  lli.-u.iUiiiu.-1't.'i.'i's. t'-.u-  IjLvi.iii's  Mtimv,  if  m  ������������!\i!  SI  Pi  1  '1  '4  4  i,  t  n  in  litiuiillMiMttLmnlUUMjIttiSUltltigSM :^?p^^^  .';���- �����  /: /atlin,p;Bp/ei,;;Saturday;v./AlPrtl;"15;;; 1905'  IT  T.  importers*-' and p General 'Merchants.  Our  stock ;of  raoie  rccenes  ;'-; Staple   and    Fancy   Dry   Goods, /   Ladies'   Underwear, ~J&2ti]j g.8P~  ..Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers,   ������;"���  ii/leti's   Underwear,    y      ���.-Sri ^ S:SSr",,  ���';"/       Ready -Made   Clothing, ' '.-.^ /' -';'. /���' Boots,   Shoesi Etc. .,. y&'g^.'SJfPr:  We carry a full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes; PRemem herevery article we sell we guarantee to be/first class/       //  -.'������       f.-oons ,ii|,-.i.ivi.;iiiin i'iio.miti.v iin Tiik.'ciiKis.usP--       ""I. '--"���.:.'��������� '���'.';���:      ;P    -���'''-;.;';'��� yy-yyv;-y'y ������������'������_ :���.���.-.���    y,. ' < ]^ r: '���   h '  : .���? '��� ��� :a". S:CliOSX,'PuRS.'  . is larger than ever and -a.l I at, close /cash , "prices.  Organization: of   Englishmen.  PLeijIon of Fro 11 tiers men.   ;P  ;.   i.oiidon,; April, liili;: ---Ap move;.  . nierif :is, 011   loot/ to. Organize...lhe.  ;��� ".L,egidii of J;ronlici;sincn.';' all over  ,';'tl!.e':,-Ih'-ltisli:.-7.;:'i.'mi'pii.;c.,:;: It/,:will, be  hiade   up of  British-' subjects '-and  /will be' aii auxiliary intelligence  office on':a.volunteer basis, to act' in  /coniicctiohP-withPtlie',\V:ii-;':Ofiice;  If -is intended 'to;, ,j) re veil t any repel it ioii/of. f lie,:/disaslerous .ignorance' which prevailed atHlie opening of the Hoer war. ���-..'.;  A Meat Deal;  C.   DOELKER;   IVlanaigeiv  9-  :ilE^ilT:  '.��:.  ^Vancouver ���' Customs \ Returns   for  -March, 1905, Show .Pposperity.  ,;\ The customs imports and export;  /returns, at. tlie.; port//of  Vancquver  for: the inonth of March , are as; fol-  ;/lo\vs':-���-''...'^./".: .:.'���/.-.    /'/..-Pp  ���:'/:'/;���;;:P ;p ; /kkvunuk ;:p; y//'' //p'-p,  :Iniport,cluty,..P/:.....PVj5i:r9,749:S6  .;Other revenue, ...'?......:'. ;P, ,1,457:07  '���-{;_ Tlie'/Atiiif Market :Cp.,:;Ltd^; litis  'purchased the retail .business of  Lq.uis.Scli.iilz, aiid .will continue.'to  do business as/, heretofore at their  old ;stand. P Mr.'',C.7-'Doelker,'.',''the  manager, has 1107intention "of."raising prices',-:how;,lIr'at he has a practical ; control, ;bi:t will, /if/anj'thiiig,  do better /byPhis customers./than  ever.' P'-Py      :-- - '-" f,.:/':    .'���.''���'. ������  ������ .Mr. Schulz./wilf" rernairi/; iiiytlie  business;a:Pa,: wholesaler onl3'i-;r;   ���v-:  $12 1,206.93  .HXi^oifi's :  Domestic ihanufacture,$3JS,991.6b  ������I'-p.r'eigii''.-..mahiifact'u re.'P.-yii-'i 513; 66'  Stables &;L.uinsdeiii make /a'spe-  cialtyof Fresh liggs and ]-3utlerP  LIQUQR^LICENCE ;AGT  -.SUGCKSSOKS. TO-  :p/p ;/'p;:; / ;PTHQM AS j:/&;^  Locat< Agent;:/ M"..R.;jA5irKsQN.;/',,7H  tV*&fr&&&.&&P:P&^B&>P&^.t>:9&:��*   ?3\.  THE;/DINING-ROOM'T S/CON^  ;V: /.-/-P pPyy;   ^P^1 '//CLASS yPRfNCIKLKS.'p/ /pP"��C   ',.': .-yP/p'IP.  Import d 111\-,........v  Otherre ve'i, lie, ......  5102,012.54  ���    ..-.-53Lon  Application for Transfer of Licence  U $340.504- Ob.  ,y---Reve.n^  ������-���', ���:���������(-.   -���-.-..      ���.--.?��� .'-.-.    Atlin,   H. Cshall  apply to tin;   Board  ,-������.   ,11101! til OI  1904:������      ,:y .    .y ;     of   Licence/Commissioners ; at.; their   next  mooting Tor ������.tlie'; transfer ol' 'the Hotel  lueenco, now. held by.me, to sell, I.utoxicat-  iiiK l-.liuiors in tlie premises. l\iVp\yn as tlio  " Royal " Hotel, sitiiiite on i.ot, 7, IlioelViri of'  the Townsite of Atliii, n.: U.,' to' .lusm-  Tai.omi.hi.:', of Atlin, is; C. , . '  huteiithis ���23nl day of March, ISIGfi."       ' ;:'  '     ' VliNN TKOTMAN.  ���;"-������,/:      ���'; ;.$io2.-54'3-.54  '��� .'.Tii.cfease for; 1905, '18,663.39  Exports for March,-190^1 :���  /bomestic,,.,- .'..-.. $ 165,083.00  ������Foreign, .........'---.....;..\.. :    8.191.00  ;;P    $'73.274-oo  / Increase.-for 1505,  1167,230.00  Mslnehuria.  ''l.Mie |iop;.ilation of Manchuria  has never been counted. At the  last census taken by China, Manchuria was 011c of lhe provinces  only estimated. The -figures are  8,500^000. The: mapmakers measure the '.country as 363;6:6 scpitare  miles. Until lhe Russian occupation, little of the interior of Manchuria was known,'but now it is  known to have large areas of arable  laud, peculiarly favorable to growing the very bust grades of wheat.  the  TakU"Juneau  Road. Meeting  Last Chance Mineral Claim  Bisoovery,  Ts9"^ighi  at & o'clock.  SlTUATK   IN T1IK  ATI.IN...VIlNIN.I!   lIlVISION III'  CASSIAli     DlSTHlCT,    l.-ONKTSTlNCi    OF   Tllii'  .   I.AST   OlIAN-UI.;   .MlNHl.'Al,, Cl^AIli.     Wlllil.'H  I.OCAThli'��� Hlvl'WISKN  HtliCll AND   iiolTI.il KH  Ohkekh,-Noimi ok Pink (Juukk. ..  r-flAKK  KOTIGIiytli.nt- J.v'M.   It;  .liiinieson,  "sivsont.  lor  \\r. II. lirou'ii,   i'rei..  Miner's  (Jcrtiflrutu ���j'K-I.Sill), and .1. .M. ilownin^, l-'ree  .Miner's Cei-tilicate li!M,S!U, and John  Woods,  i'l-ee .Miner's. .C;ei-.t.ili|.ate.:ii:ll,S!l2,. intend,/(ill  days from date hereof toapply to the .Mining  lieeorder I'oru C-'urtilieale of  1 inin'ovement  for the purpose of olitninin^- a Crown Grant  of t he ahove claim."' ��-  . And further take mil ieethat aetion, under  section  i!7, must   lie commenced   liefore.the  issuaueeof such Certilicate of I mprovenieiit.  Hated this Ith <luy of .March, imiri.  Al. It.-J.A.M I K.SO.V, I'". .M. C. 'n:Vl,.S!M.  Ouecn Charlotte Mineral Claim.  Sitcatk in Tin.; Ati.in Lakh .Mining Division  of Cahsiau  Distiiict.   Wiikiii-: l.o-  <.'ati.;ii:-;-()n  Union Moi.'nta in.  Hkaii ok  I.itti.i.; Si'i(i-(!|.; f.'iini.'.i;.  rriAKK NO'ri(.:K that   I." Ileiir.v   Nicholson.  ���    i'ree .Miner's Certilicale N'o. n:il.7iil. intend, si.\ty iluvs from the date heri.-ol, to n|i-  pl.v to tlie .Mining lierorilci' fur a Certillcale  of Improvi'inent, for lhe purpos'.! of ohlain-  iiiff it t/row ii (I runt of the alio vi- claim.  A ml furl her tithe notice I hill ucl ion. Iiiuler  section .117. must   he  coiiitneuccd   licfore \ he  issiiunci-ol'sui-liCei'lilleiileof I luiirovenicnts.  Milted  lhis !Hh day of l-Vlirilnr.v. A. I). I1i;i."i.  IIKMIV .NICHOLSON.  Good  Hope  Mineral Claim.  Sitiwtj.-. in '.iiii-: Ati.in .Mininii Division hi--  Cassiaii   Dis'l'iinvr.    Wiii'.iik   micatkii���--  lll'.A ll^l'.MlTKliS dl' (ilMXITK ClIKKK.  ' j lAKIv NOTICI-; thai I, Ceo. I'ollay. !���'. M.(J.  " ' iCI.Mll, pari i.iwuci- and nKenl.foi--lolui  Kirliliind. I-'.1 .M. C. itl'::..|."il, intend, sixty day.-.  Iro'in 1 he dale hereof, to apply.to the Mining  IJei.'iinlei. for a Cerl iii rale of Improvements,  ���for'I he purpose ol'olitnininir n Crown (irnnt  I of tlie ahove claim.  And furl her laUe police that net ion, under  section  1)7.  must   lie commenced   before the  i s-.ua n ceof such Cert ilicate of Improvement.  Dated this 1st day of April, A. 1). 1W03. ���f��3V  MT'  ��  #  I  ATI/IN,'.;. E.. - C.p ; SAlTr^Dy,,'; A PRIJ^: .Pt^ P-igo6.  \V'^are.:havi.i^  ^#''   .-" ^'fe',#S'j  ^I;:lllf;;'100lll  wo;'-  'e.  Gaines   PB2--S   ffjcsvasiJiiai'D   :S3ia:-iPrices*  E^m-P-EMM.  ������  .ggjltpj?  ���'��������  ��m  P/y'....,':..;/.;.PLocai,:Eyent��.y:: yP.y.;' y;  '.'',;:���:/; "  ;-"/-/'v-"-" ���'..'/ - '.!'ei''P    -'P  ''yPP' "/        ���  /-:'.  ' Pl/ivL. S.: Keller, deiilisj.pis' now  'iii Atlin, atul ,\vill;raiiain;here, about  ' Ta moirtli ���practising .-������ his /profession..  , J.)'r, Ke-ler's olhce  isi next ;do'or to  ���J;".'fr.--:R-icljcirdsou & Cols."'yP'PP;.yV-v/  -A" ���'-'   P ;Py-/'P;"/:'P",   ':' "-'-���'-/�� /- /PPy'   P  '���'"P McDonald's :, (.iroeeryy makes  a  :.lspc'ci'aity..'ull- jr.esh..egg:i-.aiid;:butter/  P'yAVc regret -io a nnouhce'the death  of Mrs. /Pilling, wife of oue   of'our  -widest  pioneers.-:  Much   sympathy  ;,is expressed rdl/ovcr./tlie -campPfor  ";Ahl" Pilling at: h is 'sad loss,/  /    ';,.��� P"  -���'-./The. latest magazines and. napei-:*  are always on hand at Pillutan'sP;.,  P/lt is/pleasing to see.I'vOuis-Gi.erke,.  Ben.Xiclibl a'n'd'Vv'ih: Griffin around  agai;ii;:, Plhey;; ;were/ all/ discharged  ".iromthe. Hospital, lhis week..,    P; /..  Onion Sets,: Garden   aiul Slower  ; SeeetSj.at C.:,K: TJo'uriie's.    /  /  yTelephoto ;vie\vs -of /Atiin.Pj.ustj  ytakeu,.; (or   sale   at- Claim   Ofiice/  Come; and see,'pui slock..,;: 7. ;P. P.,  ^P oleighiiigpi^  stages now, goout on wheels.    /  ...;������ :;;lf;-ypu;;- know any/ good news,  bri   git to this ofiice.  ���>���'.-  ���������'Circulating-���-. .Library.,.��� cbi.itaining-  . best,e;liiu;;-s,/;it CPIv. Bourne's.;  P Norman I'is.ber lias quit,the mail  service,   and; John'   Kirkiand,   the  contractor, look  out. last   Wednes-  . day's ir.ail. . The mail, service ju'st.j  now is exceptionally good.   /  yMi/C. 'Goldstein,who has his-  headquarters ;it K 00 ten ay Hall, is  ready- to buy for spot- cash, --firry  kind of furs.  " Taints' and   varnishes for sale at  J. IP Dune's. ;,  P //..; 'Kershaw.; .and partners..;have,  gone If) Wright.Creek'.-io make preparations lor summer operations.  I-ie:;i>- -Young  ..will   return    next  week /'rem his vacation to the coast.  /:/A/curling match;; took   place; on.  rii''u'r's.d,a''^  .chaileiigc cup,; between; jas. Stables,  who   held   the   cup,    aiid' .C.'/ K.  Ijb/uriie.y/ Mr'- Bourne won./:���:,:.^..V';;,'/  Venn Trolmamhas refurneohfrom  Spruce. Creek where he/ .spe'ii.t-'''-;.sev.-  eral'daysA\ulh frii^^  thereis; a; general/feeling ol satis-  f'aciioir among; the ���.���-���miners 7- there  regardiiig- what :will; bey tlie result  of tlie wiuter'swork. -, /  MiiSy/PPeter's " Restaurant and  Bakery .isnow open''_';;'. also furnished rooms.bv the day or:month..'    p  From the Recording* Of fice. ;  /The following -leases .'��� on; Otter-  Greek were posledon the yioth for  cancellation : ���P^Horeal/" ' bench,:  belonglhg/ .to/;AV^: ;J/-7.Anderson ,  aiid the';.'' Alta,'.". belonging :,td;:M.  .k:-iiccibe:>^;-:|p ''''.���;/.'" ^ :.':p;:::'PP  /..:���.';���/,:     /y'::'.p'';'''7/.'...'yy;./-'/ 'I'il^XK^Ic^'/.'! "r:J //������ '���,.','";'���'/' .:-;'P'���'/'.; .',������' P';"' ���:''���  ,.'-;."������, ���:.;,:.;' --. -.;      <��� ,    ,.'���'���.���. -: '������...'.���'..���;. o  Wz' have / .juS'tc'/reteiveci^y: large: consignnTetit;.cfyFaiic7 and; v  '"^-py.7yv''/P':/7'j^;pP;''': "'V/Staple" Groceries..//';p;///;:.;:. ':;P/;. ';';/;>;.;:;/;���/;-:;/;.  If you wantvfrssE ^oods-, at/ bedrock prices, call and -sefc";tis,;;:;  :::};���;;���;'   .'//y.;-/';, y^y: ':Mz:^^^^^;/^y/.;^::     P;;/'PyPy';! I:'-������/;/:���.-' /:.;:; C':  jc-3giMWi*.Tgmjfsk. w im; *CTjmu :.i  ,:        p 333 Hastings;Street,-.yVancbuvert;7.B.v.''C^:/;---y.  ���' '������' '��� ���',/."/;' ./-'.'"i'P':',P^^^��^^^S^���-,���;.:���''-''':7-,���'=-'''������;P;���'���;;;:7��� -. ^y ���  P ^^p",/ Maitbrders proiuplly attended to-, y 'PfP:   y^.   y; :;  ..Self-Measureiiieut /Jilaiiks'aucl ;Samples sent, on;;appl;icalipir.  ���MF*  ii_��;.  ^M:  Atlin - i aku - JuriRau/:  RoacL  A public; nieeting./ is called by  -lhe Atliii Bislrict/liberal Association for tonight (Saturday), < at 8  o'clock,' a.t Jialmoral Hotel,. Discovery, to find vvayii and means to  comnlete survey.';,". All  are invited.  The Rise and Fall.  The lowest and hig.liest temperatures' .recorded for the week are as  follows:.        -:  1.4 above  1 2  12  16  16     .-';'.'���  1/4     ':- ���''���-'"-  ���14: '"���'".  Apr.  /  8  y  10  M  12;  r3  36 above  37;    ,'���/���  .3S ���'-.:...."..'  4.5  4t  :������  ������36:"^: ���;���  35  'Until-Iii rtlicr not ice, the follinviuj;- will   lie. the rates  for. Lights:; id t aceounts collect ci5  7., ..'; y,:-:;; ���.-..��� " ."'���    ;��� ',���;"��� -..;������   'monthiy: .V;; , V'.-   '"-.'���������'M'.'  ^vi'';:;:k:Py::y-?7E��SW;iO P/P;/./P/ :./-.../P  InstaiJaticvrwP;;. +:\^-.,..\:^j.y-:.:::^::,^~  ���..'-'������'���'; Suliserilicrs can be sii|i|ilied at Motet- vates : " ;       ,7  Rent cf each Meter;W:.p;;P-;:-;P;P-P'-P"^  ���:..i.-S~^._.::.-_;;:.-. _ ���-.���._ :.y.-.>y,., or lit "Hat" rates, as uiider :_, 7   ...;:...      '7 /    / 7  8   Caiidle   Powsr incandesceh-t, ....;.....;.P$T/75Pper  tricntVi "per yLight"  16''-'--" ������'������' y "���.���".:������'    :. " '/...-'���������'/ .....'���....;,....' 3.25./;' ���:'���;:","..���:": '���." ���"'.:,   '  32 ���: '"���.",'." ;'p ���"���':��� ���.;'-': ;:���' "   :;"P:p... ...���.���...:.:.'-.5.5ay:p,py':. ���'".',"���':'";',''..  .liroin aiid after tdie llrd Plan nary. JSCii', ail I-i^hts wiliiie tui'Meil luif at. 2 a., in. and re-_  lit. Jroniti 11- in'; until daylight-.;.���:;���'���: -.''.."'- '.'.���'���  AH li u rued -out or l-'ilncU'c'uod lamps \\ 111   lie i-.\L-li.-unji-��(!'rcn' new uinw, free of charge, ii-'  liroti^lit. to the Company's otliee. but: brol'.en ones/will be uhiivirett'l'cir'iit III) cents each.  ���.'/.  The   Company's   lyiodern   Sfcsarn   Laundry has been .let'-on lease 'to Mn. am?  jil��ii"..-'FiiNS,-who'will collect niiii deliver aU'\v:ishinjt", receive nayineiil for a4l wiishintr, amS  pay all accounts in connection wit h t lie Laundry. .;  imm i^rniiiiiii'  J%#Vp^  ^S'-:C>.^Ki>iP^��:i^5*TtS';^^.s^.a^.^^K-^s:iJ;:K- ...   ;  1      Executed Cheaply,.   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  :  :'::: V.THE'   (iUlM   OBPICE.  .Alining- tlardware al j.. I). Du.rie's.  ATUN'S SBO'EIIAKER,  A special meeliuy of " Allinio" j  R. \VIi.lTl'i.i'U), will be in, Alii 1  . :AI;;s')i!ic 1 ',ixk';e was hek! .T.hui'sii.ay'  ui^lit ii.ii- llit: purpose ot'conlerriiig  tin.- P ���>-,>. ;k-;.;rce on,.I wo candidates.  Thy . i'lU'iysiiug   .and    imn:essi\-c  \:.'.:: ','. iP::;sscd   In  nereinou;.  atl.i-mLii'.'.',: of members  Th ;   <:'  ;. (i; ifl  I about the last of April with:a lull  lot of IlAisu-iMADji, WiVriiu'riciiT  Si.ioi-:s.     Mold your orders for biin.  Ciius-cii   Notices.  n  ,.^u^  iSreflil'C  >.$&<&  ?  p   ' . 'ATIJ.N, J3./C. '   ���';.,''',-   - ,'  '���''V;V ^EKZVb'EFH    QF'���'LAfSETS BEfiE ��  SMAlvl/  AND    T,ARGE ' ORDKRS . PROMPTLY    FIT.LKD.,  <m  WW  #  I'.PU.'lv.l ir. 'Ill/- P-!.ii  til'.- !;-. ���;'(..��� .-;>i!>- ������' >���'������  prcm':s;'.v.:.>i :  C'lti'ircli  ol   ICiijiland : St. .Martin's (.lliiireli  -  StiLdaA'  service.-,:Mat ins at   11 n. in..:    ''iven-  Min.'i-. 7::i.i   p. in.   Ci'lidu-iitioii  oC Holy Uoni-  'illill    'l"tl     i )'���'���- j'.iUiiion.   Ist   Sunday in each   month  and on  ' " '������'"���.,.(..-.-i;. 1 occasion-,.   Sunday  .--chord: Sunday.  VC'i-'     l'i-L'l'     I'-- ��� "i ���'��� |i. in.   I'muPiittee Meciiii,'j.s> Ist'l'liiir-d.-iy  ''   ���''       ' ' j i-in-li   iiiijii1.1i.     Ki-v. I--., b. Sli-uheiisoii, t'cclor.  ,l   ";     fb-allll    i.i; I     .-I.    Andrew's    l're,.li.vtei-iaii   Clii'irrh   hold  .C!:':r.i!!i!;     Up  _ !��� ,'-r\ iei.-s in    the-(.'hurcli   on  -Second  .Street,  il  j". o-rniiiir .en-lee nt   II: eveujim si'rviee. V ::> i.  .-'���ii rulit-v School al lie-  i-los'i'ol'   lhe   inoriiiu^  ���.el-vine.  -|fev. IC'rii'i'liin^toii, niinister.  # JHE <iilANII I1��  I'lNHSTWOUrPPIiD  HOTKI, IN Tl-fK NORTH.  KV'h;RYTH.lNG  CONDtJCTlvI.) IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNICR.  ��$��2~ta~g3si��&   RG&(a.v,i;'Z2svS.   bsd   G&e?sv(SGiioin.  FRED   WROWG,    Manager. ,.   .  CORNI.CR   l'IRST  AVKNlil-:  AND   I)ISCOVKR\;  STKKlvT,   ATI.IN.  fa (if/   &&%MA6%%nfa  [Ti-vr-*-** *����<-��-.r-��r-  f.'trxai'ciK to-  M. FOLEY  t;-,  ATLIM.    &HEAP   ���MSM   STORE.  ^r-xxzJZa:**  "���.���ICVHiW^wy^i,  ���*a��=��i4^auK��*��Sr3aira'arJ*rjrJr-ji3��^-r^ j  &x*.' f-ULL UNI; OF STAPL8 AfS'D FANCY GR0CKF?!ES.  I;Loui\ Oats,  Chop   F-ecl,   Bran,   &c, &c.  jr  0��&  \(m  i j&, %4  ��� .  'THE  Ialf-Way House  . is a haven lor all  Snivellers. The men Is  arc rree-niillinir and ���  thi! luacers in lhe  har us I'l-rreshiii;:- as  thii; dew.of tlie early  iiuiriiiii-r,' An ideal  summer unil uinlei-  remirt.  JAMES  CLARK,  I'RUI'UIK't'Oll.  . ./��'i  I


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