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 ..���-.."'''���'''-/'^/'���vV^V  ;;.'#}:.'V  yil-^y...'yym^  y.'f. ���;���.'���*.;  r/'y.-  ri2?~' "*''  '.���7T-:.  ./���;���.  :.,(.'..--"/��".  O,!  -..-v' .'^.'.. .;.;:.  ������������Hlv.:*?.'.''^.'.'  ,-kc  "^^fiQRi^r'^i';".--^''1;  ;,,,?>��iN=r;.;r-������-r.���������,:������:: ^.^:,:���.-..��� '��� ;������.;���;  e^::^:.^'.-/:-;:'^  ������-V;OL.  :AT:LiN,;:.;B^  NC,  117,  ^��^��^Rfflffiff��:  ;:K ,ICirig,;l ::Md warcl�� fa ri d y ��� Empefp v  STHE:M0ST:;BITT5R^lJEjLJNG��EXISTSi:  reopen fCbiiiliet^  :;:o'Q';|:^  ;;- ��� -'' ������"    ''.':i\l:. [HlMJc'rATiit(Y;:THl;';C/iA'l jil'/jy;' "'^^j/:;  -.//^Loild^^  XftLfiily-jNc ws-;i. 6d ay:;;saicl^'LHat^iS:]ia5i;  \.;dn formation,^  ;. y -an 1 d" ������ r el i a ble,v Co pen li a ge: 1 ;-��� sou ice ;"t 6  ^tji'e^e^  ':;:.;whie.h existb^^  "Ca'iKlvLKaisei-.::.WiilieTm.:a^  :'^'riiipre:fr'biUer:'.-;tliaiu  \: I; bee'iru 1 Vpa's fc y ea is SXTii'is: b i t tern ess;  ; '���.Ais:'the\--res.ul't;.iOfit lie; '^a ise r",s ;-.^rese n t- i  U^meiit Of v.aUegedK;'iilteranceo-orrKn!ST  ;;.;jYlCd ward/a^  ���;iW.:-'.^  ��/;"crea^  ���; ' C lrdeS.;   r',*. v;..-;.v ,.'.;.;. ' . .,.- ]'. :..:y ���]:���;���.[';:'.. JJ\r1^ V".;/.:;^.-:  XJ>'���>;:: The;:paperXd&^  ;:;:wig;. belwee^^^  .X;s'p.-:,;):>i'^  ^liat-Jtbe'i'Kalsejr.I^  :'���'. "��� t rut li ful".., t h i "jigs',;:.: t hat:;; tl i ei repini 11 g..  v;: meeLiiig;{will /AssuredlyvleadXtp'.p'pen-  ^-coiifiictv if ��� this .crisisjthat lia'y'been'  V"reported; betweeiV theiii'vis^hot;'auiic-;  ���ably ���settIed.;.yv:.-;\^  ":' "���'.���;;. Portsuioutli.X:NX'H;'',"'.' Aug;;io>-X.  Bad'"weather prevented the Japanese  ; ��� atid X 'Russia i 1; ���;��� ��� e liyoy.s:.-' froin':; sailiiig;  . -at'Klin coiisequeiice', the-peace, .co'n-  .'.-;fereuce: was ���delayed,until yesLerclay.  ; 'The first sessionvh'a'sjbe'eii' .concluded  band-���'.'.;lasted .only;'.about.'���.,one..-houiv;  No 'business . \vas::;done;' except ex-;  ���changing credentials -'and arranging;  '"'���'���"a ��� prdgramiue; for:. future r'sessions.  .'Tlie 'envoys :;haye,:.alsoVagreedl,tliat  J't'ie EngHsli aiiil ���' French /languages  \ shall. ;;be>r;used vjpiiitlyand tlu  ��� ���iniiiutc's -of their"ineeiiiigs Kliall be'  ���: ^recorded in bbtli'jaugiiages.:'.-<..J..'��� ]X  y -Albany',: : N.'';. Y.,- Aug. TO/:--0ue  i'of ���- the  'worst   tires which, litis "..ever-  visited ;��� tb'is.; city:-, occurred   today,.  ���when th'eiarge dcpartuiental' stores  ���of John C' Myers.- & Co. were totally.  'destroyed.  ,-   As   a   result: thirteen;  people' a re; dead,.and I'ul ly 'li ft y others  -���are: liiissing,' iiud'-it is l.^lieved that  'mauj' .pf the latter have   perished in  ���the flames.    The  loss will run into  ���:six"li'��wes'.'-- ',���'���    :  '- '  St.   Petersburg, ,. Aug.,  io. ���De-  ������spatches "\vliich .have been received  ���here today from'Portsmouth,.N. H'.,  -indicate   tliat ".Hie-   arrival   there of  'Minister   Polcoiiloff has resulted in  ���an   important   modilieation. of  M..  Witle's views, regarding: peace terms  Hvhieii'- would   be-'Hcceliable to the.  ���Czar and his -ministry.    The: Rus-  ���siau -peace' envoys are now willing  4o   uuilce . terui:-'.   with Japan coiidj-  ?.ir;-.iet!    upon    the   surrender of the  .Chinese   i.'iastern   Railway  between  Harbin iu\d Port Arthur and also lo  isltfhd>:of;:S^  iia\'ed>een^  I )erp;n:a iicj: ar e;'s'a t is A ic tpi;y; t o )\i im/M  ^;"G h n s t m ii a; :;:N^^  ;Woi;d^;|,has ;-;:reach^  ���E!}ihirZeiy-ier::jpPJa  reached:S 2. degi-ecs:aud;: i .3 ";.iiii iuii.es:,  ;iVv.d.;pri'.s^iiou'liif:'^NS'H'^  TjijdifcpJr^eiitaBbii^lvofr  .p2.a'sc:;t'erjii.s''caiiie'rat'',tlie^.;y  y es tefday^s^mornj iig; 5 session ;bf; the  ���;pe?Vce"ei^  'self;:;lianded:;:Hlie*m6uien  i'u'eii tr;writ te;'n^nT;^iif)licliVeicEreiicli:  a nd; Riissjaii ^td:MV'!'Wltte,v:^  liiediately^thnist:,;he-paper's into liis  hVside^ppckettaiid '"de'ciare^;.tiie''.sesr.  sio;n'::ad j pii'riied ^0��tf)0:;)$^:^':i:-&  i^;^yJ.^^El{A'��f^EW  ;::: Riissia n- J;;p eaceft ei f vdy gPplcpt i loff  wasvin���^a'iicoiiyer 5;]ast';,/;week :y.A\\d  vpositiyel)r.decliiied;!tp;ljeHiiterAdevyed  foftiniblictdibii:^^;;;;;:-^:;;^  ���;;;^he ;!Pan ania^  lia.y'ey.';;iiiade'"far.riaiige'm  :Sha^ig.hai;firmffbr;a-;su-pplypfcc^lies  .tp:;wpr k';pi i; th e:cah'a1;;;;.;7^^^  ^f^Ohv'.jrujy^Sth^therJapa^^  ,'l"ii.redv? .-a n |;i mpdrtaii t;; jipsitidiiMfiprth  OlVHy^offi'S^Tlw  killed- aiidi;^6o;;;captiiredy;^^  V:T;he court eircle'at;St: Petersburg  has;tiikeh:the:si.de:of:?tlie;:war::party  iii^milita^  fi ye :���; ��� to :. o lie; ^gai iist:.. peace; faiidc;i 11  favor ;of-ooiitiii.liiii'g��� tlie war'/��� .^  5 ;; T lie; i i"ii iii lie r^J f yel 16 w;_fe ven cases  111 ���'lhe's6utli"irftvcv.i��*ooo'rii(i'j.sd;alarmi  ing:tliat the Washihgtou autlioritiesj  'nave vtakeii: "charge   of 'the;. fight'  agahjst :tlie:.prpgress:pf the; disease.  ���'.:v';'La'st'-;;'Wveek-:.-;a';,x  and a -coach .''lo'ad.ed;i.;With'';i^assengers  wen foovei';a: precipice i,n"'\%i:r6\vstoiie'  park,/Wyoming. V: ���ThretfM ;the;'pas-  sengers>;-were' ;_killed;iuidseveii'iii-'  jured:,";;;:'-;;;''"-::- ;..:'"-;.'...';;v;.;;::;;;.;-.':���,;:���.:.;:;;.-.���:.���: ������'  ";��� ���ATSt"r;Paurdespaxch ;saysVihat;..''-'as;  a." .:.i:es*illt;?of tlie;'.operators; strike'.t-lt'e'  Great ::NbrtlieriiVand -Northeiii:Pa-'  cific ^railroads;;jare Vopering: with a  very short  force: of telegraph oper-  a I ors.    There': are :iio 'union men at  work on either system.' ',;-;':''.  : ��� The - court,, of :eiiq.ui'ry at San  Diego, Cafiwhich' haS'been investi-  galiu'g: tii'e"'cause1 e'r'-Sti-feflqete disaster  011' the'���������"U.'/SJl'-wdr's'liio Bennington,  ��������� ���   ���'������'��� ��� ��� :>.��� '��.-.���,.<<;.'���.������ - j\'n   ...       a   -.,'  'found- that '���^Crre:'--,e��fnbSoh".-.6f ������'���the  boiler/was  due to the fact that the  bolls holding the ���.".ci'ovv'nisfrec4t,"had  become decaved',l'ro;i,i.^piig..iisage.  It  is   known.",fbjr.a certainly that  ��� ��� ���.-'.'���v'-S.if.i    .  China intends to demand from Russia and Japan, jointly, $100,000,600  indemnity for using. Manchuria as/a  battleground. and>-i for the injuries"  worked bj-- .the.presence of. ,the Iw.b  arniies to Chiiie^e'''''iudiuSlrie!3; and'  peacefu 1 pursuits. Russia lakes'tlie  positio.i) Lhat.'.yiie ;had iier. armies-'in'  Manciuiri'a ' for .the 'purpose of defending China's right to deal, with  her own territory' iiiany manner she  uiifibl   see   fit.    Tlie  claim is also  Mirji'ne'-NotssJ  nade   by'Russia   that  she Was at-  iiatisl'y"  the    liiii'.r.e'nd; demands' of* tacked   by Japan .while engaged in  Japan if at all - reasonable,   provided (.working,   concessions   granted   by  ^j:Tlic::\vnter;: oh'; :;McICee;;:Cree!;"is  ;falinfg;;very|bw;:ijut;the^^  will t!iaterially:heIp.::':;;K:-';;7::.>:;.v:.:;:::;'^^  ;^.p;Bpth;;J:alirlyert aiid"tiiefGlaT'stbiif  :lease,vvpebple:toii!rS-jjruce;'C  ;g��tti'ng:gppd;i^  ;d'';The;; .McKee"HCpi,had-a,yei-y;':i)ice,  plea 1 i;-iip':;Thursjiliiy-^3b6';oiii 1 Pes or  sb:-fp'r;;lh're^a'ay^:iwbrk;^j:^  ;;^Tlieygpyermneiit;Toad:gaiig:^  iiiiisiied:WOi-k;oii.;Bpuider;cree  ancljhaye started 011:the;McKee:i:pad.-  :y:Coni;biv;aiid,McICeph;iie^:;ryMib:;ai^  wbrkingTa:Spruce'^G  lajy^oii^SiiiKiaydast ���'cleaned atp::5o  biiiices ;;;.fprw; the;;.; weeks';: yvbrk\o f fi ve;  .iiieh;:-;'::;.':;;.'';;.;- {.-yyyy s y y^i .yyy yyy .^,  :{J^X be; ;';P i 1 ie:; Ci:eek ���: Po wer, LGci .7';^ ���;  ���;M;^Ruffiier, ;nianagef,:; Uiad fa'-'^vefy/  ^lu^e^;;cIeah-up"^lasp-Su!iday  -\ybhder;j. M;;weai-s;a:siuije -a-cbubie'  ^pfyaxediaiidles^videi:;:^:-:;-5^:;^:/:  ;S;;Messrs';;;,Gihac;v;.:^; '^o;?jj''.(��i;piiud.  igiye^;]irpmise;;pf.;5neidiii'g^p^  ���hahdsotiiiy^  recoyei'iiig;;1rbni;li!isaccident-bfj-lastV  'weekVds; shp\ying;>sbme::ji-eiiiarkab;i,v  fihe''iiugg'et;Specii]ieYis.^::v;";^  Mb  w-  ���'TjV-   '':y''"'''�� ��� ry-, ���..-'���.v.--:���:'.'���..  :^laccJ3:-!Otrike^  On;'^incolii :Greelr,;:'^  ';v:ij;vlsipn/6f''Aiiin':DisM  G:00p:-PAJ^  pisboyery^eiaimlSTalcpd^  ^^^.^orrJedi-Tpthep^eii^ta  - ;,.:-'r. "���'(���"��� ��� '-^-U:'.:  '- -Fro'm^the^Re^  y. j v_;:;';:':%' '^:-Cancelled; ,;'��� ::'  !:V;Thev following-; leases'������;on Spruce"  Cre%'were cancelled bri^ug:i,iotLi::  Ciiper,   Malachite,:;Maiiha'tlau'.a'mi.  ;Ferrlimy.-.:-- ..���?���.^p'vy.-..;,;-���������;"���:���;.' -...  - ������'.'���'-. ^:Staked and: Reeorde^i:'.-���',-  ^^.Pedrp, iand .^Coolgardie,.���miineral.  claimsroia;-;Mbini-b:-Mountain; by:W:  J.- Kyle :and : Chas...;: R, -.Henderson  'respectively.'. :;,:���:.���.,:;;:: :-::;.-,! ���  :;;.������''���'Bertli'a.v-jb'eiich oil pine,;, by:. "yVY.  H/;Hale.;; V ;:;,;;.;;;:::^^V'^;^. :J'):  '������������ ^Florence,, iieuch ���i.ou:..-:Pii?.e, Jiy IC;  Si'wiikinsoh:-:-;;:;-.,.';';':; -;:;'-^::;:,;:'  :- ThisVlep beiich :. bu ���; Spruce, :vby-'  Maic^f&MiJVeod. ;.;:\ '���';-.) ��� '��:'fi  ';���: ^Gobd't^ipei'- ininerali-oh^Granite"  Greek,;by;^ji;;K:irklaiid. ;.:.':;.'; ;-;"���'  ..':::.:..:. ,::v'.;.:.Transfers.:;'.'--.:  i-Gne-cjuarter,interest ^ulcan,-: R^  '1,'eiiiess to S: Iveiser.'"'" The''sitiiitUy'  S. lyeiserto M-J I^eiser. ;; .'-,;���"'.' ]:v{  ���Little Annie, on Spruce, p. Suth-  erinndtp S. J. Marquis.': '���'���  . -Delia,' on- Spruce,,\A\ WV Alliott  to CivEricksoH.'  ..;.,.,:.::.;;���  ; :'0. K.,'" on. Spruce, .J.  Clifford   tt):  Lambert and Kearns. ��� ;;  ... XUla, on-Spruce, G. R. Heiidei'sou'  to S. ;.Johnson,. The same.'..by^S*.''  Johnson lo W. J., Kyle.-' ";"?':  Mali,0 on' Spruce; .Iv. Thomas ''th  :,:j:i;iiere^Avas;:;spme3ex'ci!;  pdnsideTable in teres t ��������$?.'���'���:������  IWQiiil'l:  v-'-ja n'cl .r;:: :���.'������.'  /'own: f i  ���duniig;- the :iearly.-par!: ���:.^^u-?-;iye-ekr:r^  ;Vvherj;:"i'tv-';beGame^;kiip^  discbyery. claimy;bf^aMierwJy. ibcatedv;"'  ;gokl;beai;ing:C!^eek-iiadbeeii record:;;;  '���eUj-a't thedoc'a 1 JreeordiilgTbffice.:::-^yMi,  j'T'^new:^  ;^eeir;;stiikecL;:;aiid;scb^  ;I- b\yel I ;ai i<l ^'as^Bi'a x lb ii ^isibiiyLi'iiV^  colh-Ci-bek,;;';w!! icli;''floivs^-iibrthei  iiasl'ahe";fjuot:pf::the:;;weste  ;BrP.\y���ii:I)o.iue:-.!hi-Dii'r.'.'taiu'iaud;era plies \-^  ii.ni'p.Gladys .lake.":"';?-:&/'��� ;^J;/;,--���::;::;:;;:';;,'(..:  -���y '?P:^;?I'1 a!Icl ������'���^H>xtbiiV:'accpiiip'aiiieili^";.  ;ljy;; 'Py .-:l^o;yen;:ciabd t'j.^W:::;G.lrbyd;::-iI  1we��-.b��eiv^^  Greeks sii'^;Uhe;,;ea^  ; a'lid W;a're;-; ;eb uli dbiit;'CU  idcliteil "gopd'J^rbuiicb:  Of; Xhrpb ^^O^^iS^:e^^alm;ih;e��2  dirt ;;'gave:'<retin-n3;yp^  ce'hl's in; rivirly'coarsp gbld:.tb,the\pair.'.���'���'.  T? by1-,1 n -;Sw^���'r^^Msfe'^'f'rVlt'.boi-gh lbe;;.  ,depth;tb:bedroekis .not known ���������the. \-..  iocaters .-are -o;f; ;ihe;o'pinibn. tiiatit::  ���will be in lhe:neighborliobd.ol'.tw'eijty.-'���:.���  feet; and it the surface  values carry ���-  OU:'::'dpSm:v'"it'-ir.;:.e'yideiitU  find is-likely; ta; turn; out  quite rich.  Powell,   oiie  ol; the locators,-says  ���that /their-.'discovery; which is eight  ������miles'-'- frpm; vlhe : mouth ,of;I,tnc:ohi  Greek, ;is:abp!:t;^.5 niiles north-easterly Tram Alii ri; -He also ,'says-.; that  Li'ncoh: has.a good fall and,contains  nearly   as 'iituch- water, .'as .Pine  Creek:; :.;:...i;>;:.:-;;.;,:;.6.':.L^:./;;^r;.::;:;  Bovin and Olrbyd, .besides;stakitig  claims . for ; themselves,, have..:each  rfhked-ancl ret'orded: two -'claims: for,  V;;IMv:^:Vrl:i:::"\vhich"''makes in all  i\i<k'^t 'H^-' "ib':i:-iicJc-.'5 .tlie discoveiy."   '���.[,���-���  '���Lincoln''Creek is Iii: the Tesliii di-  vi'VioiV-'af Ailin:district and could  easily be   inade  accessible, if a trail  was   -cut   for  about ; r6 miles in an  ,  easterly   direction   from' the .nor'tli-  east eiid-of Surprise laia;.;  . It is'lhe iuteut'ion of tlie1 locators  aii'd the" other, two meii who.have  Staked' - tb'-'re'tuni'Jiodvincohi Greek  eaViy iteK.V' "vveakY and .:lo continue  work bn-'lh'eir-'claims- uii'l-iJ; tlie snow  flies.'' '!T-i! Kt- ���ihii-t 'tiniev-resuUs; and  'rnil'icalibKii'ai.'C'.saii.sfactory., the men  tliat Russia is permitted to keep the! China.  Alliott aud Strange."'  Fellows, Little Annie,''  Maggie 1J  and  Yellow  Dog, on Sp'riictv iVfa'iJ-'  qtiis and 'Hrc'.yn to Sutlierliiud,- '      \-say 'Jtiiy-u'lil/ercct a cabin and pro-'  .','? Twb-fifti'isf hrierest   Goplier.l0^^! !\{-&ii '.lite  \york -of sinking to  ^prube,' k4'ls'l<iflg.seUrl.6'J; Gi'JffoVd'.T-r|e''b'.'bl.:-'d/uVi!ig llie., winter niGiitii:;;  .j^Oiie-lliiVdMilt'ere'rit' iii  Alicia and {   ; At present it is impossible to say  BVowui^c^ Gold  as   l'6! -'what   the'.future of Liucoiu  Crbwit hl'd '(j'ol'd ,Pan 'hill'tlaiins,' Creek will'he as a gold, prodncer,  and Lyttia aiid'lTJt-lluw Kid bench j iJllL tjie showing-; ivi'i'icli -lias l��ti;ii  claims, all uii S|Jruce, by A. Piquet 0i3titviiecl bv the .discoverers is suffi-  to \V; Boudreau. .    .     ..       ���'....      : ,   ,    ���  rr .,.     ��� . ��� ,      ',.,.. ciently euc-ju-:-aguiglfivv:i:'i'a:it Ihero  Henry GJay,  hydraulic   lease   on, .   ��� .   ... ���        .  Pine, Dunham and. Grim, to 0. T. j m hwii^ utCldi:d *�� C-:!:end COil"  Switzer. | siuerable more tnjjf: xuio. :':viyr in as  ". Pedro . and Goolgardie, mineral! eiid.envor ,'l�� si��V lo Suirdelc tini  claims on .Monro -Ml., by Kyh- and.j thereby deleruuuK the vujiin- a��  ��� Meuderson to J. A. Clay. , j ilitir linrJ. A*T.L.UsT-,. &.   C.  SATtTR-DAY, ' AUGUST  THE A,i"IJi:i..Cti'A,hyi ;q r-iioLisHi:��.rV!?P'''P*"unDAV  MonniKS. ,"mailcd ri.cc to am* , pai��t of-thc  wonix.l--on ,no, cents pen mowx" : ��������!}.oo per  vcf.n. nov.-.rjT.iniric.nAVcs'. ti.qo, r>c? cnch.eacm  inscption: nn��oiji'a notices. so.ccnto^j.inc.  SPECIAL   PAT.EP.ON ,AP,PUM,TION. .  -��<*.<rv  .IOU PRINTING.: :  OILL-HEAOB. POSTEnS,-, ��B������   C"��S.  ���.ETTEH-HC/'.DS. PtiaOHAMUCCy,   E'Hf.,  ETC.-,.  opdehg ,1-noMPn.v  F-.^cy^ED. ,  PHICES. MODCnATC.  Tub Atlin CijAim  PiHiMfrj;.:^ Co-  W.    Pol.l.AIUJ.     OB-lNVf     H^-fl?J(rllAKA��BK.  With last- Saturday's ,l��jat came  His Honor Judge Young, .who- will  in future reside: in o.ur;co,unty and  apl as our judge..  Ailin has-, been beggifig/andiim-  ploring s'uiGC.. 1899 for a. resident  judge,. and-, it;is.only- now;- after.-the  years of wetting that our,requests  have been graptedj  The Atlin .CauntyP,ovei-.which he  will preside, extends,down as-far,as  Gardner canal, soma, miles .below  the Skeena,,taking-iii the^ whole of  the district, through; which the  Grand Trunk Pacific will eventually  come-, and.which will be one of the  most important, counties iu. the  province..  To many,. Judge Young; is/, no  stranger, having.lived and.practiced  his profession, base, iu . i&99-aml>  thus knowing.- Ui.e,.. peculiar conditions thatdiflve-prevailed, bere,, we  think his appointment a. most ,happy%  one, aud, feel sure that 1 time will  demonstrate, the, .wisdom of the  choice-...  The cause, of 'the cornplaii-itsj-e-  gardiiig.Uicvaclmiiiistralion ol justice  will now, be, a. thing.of thecpast,  many burdens- will be. lifted,from  the shoulders of. the-other, official.-},  and our= citizens can now..rest .assured of. a...speedy settlement., and.  termination', of, the. disputes, that,  will  arise^-iu a-.mining comm,unity..  In Judge Young.we.feeLthat the.  proud boast i�� the integrity.of our,  judiciary-.and ,the cleanliness pLour,  administration , will be maintained,-  and all can,get justice regardless of  color, creed,.nationality or,, politics.  New./ Westminster Fair..  Specimens.of. Atlin's. Minerals .Will  bp Exhibited,.  Owners.of quartz properties, in.  Atlin district wishing lo have.SAUie  represented, at. the.forfhcomiug, exhibition . at, New-. Westminster, are.  requested, .to send .in specimens, with  particulars-, as- to locality, values,  elc, before, the 9U1. of.Scptember.  Samples-, may be left with Capt..  Hathoin .or. A., C., Kitsch field, .at  Discovery,. or,. at,Stables:&..Lums-  den's or: Piihu.an's. stores in Atlin,  where they,will, ba taken charge of  by the.committeeJormed... to . collect.  Ihe exhibit,  This matter dfas-h'oeu taken up by;  the Atlin District Board .of. Trade iu  consequence.of. the.desire.expre.ssed  byXthe Minister, of Mines- to., see  Atlin cjuui:l7..represented,at this., .the  largest. exhibition ever held in-the.  province.���Vy. Wallace. Grime,-  chairman or', committee.  , Ju4^C' Youftg  'ericierisjcl;; a-. Banquet  by? MejnRers-  oX; Atlin. Bar;,.  On TtiesdajMUght Iast.Hi$a?:pnor  Judge- Young; was3tei��lercdiaiban-  cmet by the.-lo.cal .bar-, here; iii .honor  pf his appoi.ntmentito-.the bench.  !   The- banquet,,which, was-held al  ihe Royal .hotel, .tlse-clining:rpot:i-,of  Which wassuitably decorated, there  being an abuudancaof cut: flowers,,  commenced,at S. 155 with,Mr..I5. M.  iN. Woods-in the chair, .and.Mr.-W-  ���Jb',.   Fisher: in the v-ice-chain ' The.  bfch'cr guests bciug-,Mr. Justice Mor-  iisson, Mr< Juslice ReUslab,;,Mr.%H.  JE.   Young,   Mr, J..A..Eraser,.Gold  .Commissioner;; Mr>   E-, J-.Thaiu,,  'Registrar;..,and- Mr,. J,..T<L Shirley,.  Sheriff.  I After tlia-repast,.which itifsaiwxft  less- lo say was-, of the very best,  pany\ toasts-were-prpposed, and1, responded.'! to- in the hearty way all  such subjects are dealt with, by the  bar..  !   The- speeches, were, all-pithy, and  ,io.. Ihe.-   point* aud,many, were very  humorous.,  \   The  guest of the.evening;,Judge  fcoung,. was- the recipient, of  the.  .good wishes-ofXall.present;.  .   After.sLuging Qld,I<ang,Sy-ne and\  the national authems-of-.Canada and-.,  the  United, States, .the party broke.-  up,   guests- aud. hosts   all; having.  spent a very pleasant.evening,.  i Big- Mining Deal:. "  J., H.. Conrad-; RurehasedUhe "Big^  Thing'' 'Gmwt^D. Foot,.yein.  The Whiteh'OBse-Starioi Aug. 1st.  said: ��� J, H.  QonracL. was  iu jtown.  last night.from Little Windy'Arm,,  wIipvp. he..has what.now bids fair to.-  prove, the greatest, minings proposition   iu   the. north:     T.he  Cpmadt  company., in which,a. large.- amount,  of. eastern capital .is-represented .by  G. A'. .Singer, has.now  at  Caribou.  125,000., feet of Lumber.aud.timber.  for., the*, construction  of   the   wood.  work, of  au   aerial, tramway,  the-  cable for, which wU.Kbe. there by, the.  time the-.-towers-ara. completed..    In  addition   to their original property,  the value o�� vzliichas . beyond, conv:  putatiou,   Mr.. Conrad, has just acquired .by.purchase from the.locators  a   group   of   fourteen     additional  claims which,is known as-the "Big.  Thing'.,''   group.     Throughout, this-  entire,  group   a, 2Q>vei-n has-been,  traced.aiid assays which have been,  obtained..gi,ve gpld-aud silver,values  of over $1,000.,per ton.    This .pro-,  perly.will be..-exploited   by. its, new  owners in .a few weeks.  .���  ���...- -umiitu. vn'l PAX  fi'i'L' GOODS  AB CIlBAl-" HEH3::  SX^e^G^e Rin3s ��d MM*****������  '"*%�� Now^nTot Watches, 6.00k., Jewell *��* niia^onds:  W1-^w^C^Gi^1MandPaintedChin3,SoUVe���il,SP0onS,  *L   ATIllN   A'KD   TMSCOVKRT,  WMCHMAKERS^A?5lD.,'  'MANUFACTURING  JEWELER?-  They* aro.  Waitina  forr Ya��!  JN  [iL  Hats sssssi Bs��y  Garpats smd Hwsse Furnishings*  IWLTL  LINK    01- BOOTS-'.  A^'n   SH0^;^T(n,y_.  au^.)-   GOLD-  S:iTAL    HliV   Ct?M 'BO01S  ��  Atlin and  ^��^)  Biscovery;, B. C.  Stsccessoi's to J. H. Richardson.  ��  '0  ATLIN,   ��.   C.  SHELF AND  HEAV7. HARDWARE,-  Tin and'Granite Ware,, '  Nlinsrs' and Blacksmiths' SupplVea,     Doors End Window*  Ftusrasifeare) and Mattress Fszctstry.   Canadian Pacific Railway.Company..  ��� " ALASKA'-   ROUTE   SA-I1!'WGS..  S= 8s ERINCBSS-MA.Y,.       -       August 17-and'?s:.  &;.& ERINCESS BEATRICE,., -   August ii and. 22;.  j. StvilUis from Skagway B"p.m.      c  Direct; to Vancouver' and* Victoria..  Ttaj.sporthiB by-vaiHoi-.steumcr-to Seattle without-��tn otaw*  EL B. D'unm,  Wo.givctiniitlS service.     No.iiitcrnicdiMo o����4.  l?ai' rfttea-or iuformutiau aniilj'.. to  ARCiit,J51ta;rwns'.-  A cable received at Washington  from., Mtigasaka, Japan, says the  i>;>\ colt, against American goods  ,\'/w..extends lo.thai .place..  r^ew. Arrivals,.  Following, is  a,, list.of those who  have recentlyiirrivecUper.the Scotia:  Aug, 5���Judge. Morrison,. Judge  luicl.. Mrs. K. xMcB.. Young,,, Miss-  Glahoku,.0. H. Perry,.. Justiru Gilbert,,!). Gavin,'. Miss N. E'i, Holich,.  Ross Eenu, J,udge Rellslab,31r. aiid  Mrs-.. N. Bijur, H,. Bijur,.. Alex..  Smith." Aug.. 9���J. M.. and .Mrs  Decker, L. Eelix, Jplm Drysdale,  1 ,  li.. J, Dawne, .a,-, for.tn.eri judge- of  Alaska tuxl. for 20 years a.IugiUve.  from an ewbezzleineut. Gii'arge,-.aiid,  long.believedto.be dead, is altve-iii  Ei.u:ope..an;A.iS' going to coiue.QU.tLto  Salem,. Oregon, to claimjiis dead  w.ife!.s estates...  THE WHITE PASSjfcTTOKON ROUTE-  ~ I4o/.ll���North ��oinnl..liNa.a.���SiHith IluuiuU.  X.SO a.m. Iiv.    - S1?m\ fi'JA-Vr,     At. 4:30 li.m..  ^10 11.JH. Uv.       CAKIUOU      I.v. 11.A0 a.m..  I -ISO p.m. Ar. WHITH HOliSU Lv. 'J.IIO ��.m..  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS::  '     I*avo CARIBOU 5 p. ��. T,.c��lnyB,      Arrive AUL.N 9 ,,.m. WcdjicMln,-*.  j' Lenvo A.TMM Kp.J.'MiiKlnp,- " Arrive CAKIUOU 7 ��. ui. T.H*dn^.  ii,. '-      5 ij. hi. TluirscluyB.. ��.u. .u..Li��niii.o-.  15(1 vouniln oJE linRiriifto wilLl.o elioclw.I free -.vitli eaol. full lure ti.'Uet and 75, pouiiab.  with ^]l^l[^,^Uo\xt. (leiml*.i��i.lia��e to- have llapriraKe iusneetc.liu.d^woJfloxl..  Time sSliodules are subject, to ul.ai.KO without noi ice.  fi5!?~     Baggage   Banded  Througii.  ' For-ii.f&rrautio-ii  relative to  P.as."s.oiisov,  lfi-0iRlit,.lixprcbS imO. TcJ*��miri* Hntea,.  ^^f'-^r-^V^^'^'XTiPSSOlvlBE,      ��.U..PTN^O.A.st:G:P.,P.A.,.  '^���'^IJoK^r^X '      A^nl A&^ S.����K,.:��- Alas...  ��� ������ �����ioanr��MVs��*,eKB  Spee��l  Safety.  Comfort  ist S.  THE-.   1'IQNKEB    AJ.ASr.A    USB..  Steamers of/ Coi��pauy,luave -SKAG-WA'Y, for  Seattle, Pugefc'.Souncl, San.Francisco  and Souihern   Ports  CAJBUYJISO, . U, .��.    M.VII/.  City oiiSssaittey,   A^'..o,;20���30  ViaiVrtuBWivci'.-  HumrioMt;. Aug;. 13;.22,.Sept. I  n.u'ect..  bottagc-City,,    -    A"ug..!6���28  'Via  Victoria auil.hUliu.  "frSF- Alto.vo  Solicdiilo  Sii]ij?et!to  Glianso  f^^^       Without  Notice./  C" D   DUN NAN, Gen. P.'*s.s- Kpi.:.,.  "ill ..Mai'Uut ���iStveo.t, .San ISVr.uoiioo, Cal.  i S-; A. r/IURFH.Y,,Agent,  I ' S!sa��woy, .Aliinka. .  ll.Hcu/e. Rer��P.enaiL  ThB M@mM ': Kssmmwy.   il..���,tlio-AVatcri'i'o.i!t.  Strn'-!.l-TiirtK C[/'a:ieil.iaic(lIlei>aii'i;<l..  1      AUWorUOiuiraaloeil.- ,  O.Kuhi.Calloil lor tvud.Uol'V��roiL.  (.'an!) <>'������ Uulivury...  i       1^����! p����mer&  The: R.e!iabJs'ShtteKsakfir,,  fTHIS HOTEU.1S3S.TOCWECT WITf*  T.HE   B��STi' OPr GOODS.  Sams���, JotiJBSsfismia,   Prop,*  DI.SGOVKRV, B..C.  ;A Strictly First-Class  HoteL  ! ���    ���  ���       ������������.-  Dining-;Koom iii oonnection.  .Choicest!Wines,.Liquors-and Cigars-  I E0".   SANDS,, Proprietor,',  Johnson; &   D.ur.ie  Proprietors*.  Discovery..  y-HKN- DAY AND- NIG Hit.'.  i  ....   -     I JlSCOTiiiX-';'���,. i>.  HivXH&r. B.o.ots.a..S^ecialin,.  iii li ST.-C.I; ASS lUiSTAURAiNOT  m i.  CONNKCTIOKP,.  ni'juluti!'-r.t<>Kb *iu'. tiLniuiJa. Hiiuuu.  i  m  mimmmmmmmmmmwummmmmmMmmm&tt ATLIN, ' B.  C,   SATURDAY,    AUGUST    12,    r-905  ATLIN   TRADING   COMPANY5 .i-rtd.,   atmm and discovery.  Our Stores in  both   Towns  are now fully, stocked  with   full  lines in   Groceries   and  Dry  Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  Supreme Court  Was Opened on Tuesday Last  and  Adjourned.  On Tuesday last, as formerly announced, the sittings of the Supreme  . Court for the trial of civil cases was  opened by His Lordship, Mr. Justice  Morrison, who was presided with  by local judge, His Honor Judge  Young.  Owing to the non-arrival of some  of the.parlies, some of the causes to  be tried were not ready and an adjournment was made.  Before adjournment his lordship  said that the lack of any criminal  cases in the camp was a matter of  congratulation. He also congratulated the citizens of the county upon  the appointment of His Honor Judge  Young -as local judge of the Supreme Court and judge of- the  County Couit.  News Notes o�� the. World.  At Stockholm on August tst a  boat manned by sailors from the.  Swedish navy struck a submarine  mine. The mine exploded and.seven  men., were killed and eight badly  injured. ,  The Zionist congress, recently in  .session in Switzerland aud presided  over by Alexander Dowie, decided  not to accept Great Britain"s offer of  Sand iu So-nth Africa on which to  found a Zion coSoay-  Dutch warships ta-st weefc bombarded the native town of Badzoewa,  ��n the island of Celebes, East Indies, aud killed 260. people. The  inhabitants had recently massacred  several Dutchmen.  A fire at Toronto destroyed the  .Ames-Holder* boot and shoe store,  Joss $70,000,. and the Knickerbocker  company's ice plant,, loss' $19,000.  Nineteen, horses were- burned to  death in blie latter company's stable.  A Voldosta,. Ga_, despatch says  She Rev. J. Grawlius and his two  sons, Milton and) Jesse, were on  July 31st sentenced to hang. They  killed the son and daughter of Rev.  W. J. Canter and tried to kill Carter.  In a recent speech Gov. La Fol-  lette,' ot .Wisconsin* said that John  D. Rockfeller is the greatest criminal of the age. Continuing he said:  "If John D. Rockfeller should live  to be a million years of age he  couldn't atone for the crimes he has  committed.'"  After dynamiting the King county, Wash., jail, entirely wrecking  his own cell, iu the hope of effecting  his escape, jack Chesterfield fired  six shots at the jailors and then  /committed suicide. Pie was serving  three years for criminal assault on a  young girl.   '  A St. Petersburg despatch says  that thousands of workmen in that  city and district who quit their jobs  early in the summer to go out on  strikes have, by their participation  in lawlessness and disturbances,  permanently lost their positions and  are now starving.'  The government  is being importuned for aid but thus  far no heed has been given. Thousands arc starving to death.  On August rst the attorney general of the State of New York began  criminal proceedings in the name of  the people of his stale against the  old officers and directors of the  Kquitablc Life Assurance Association.' Tlie defendants include in  addition to Hyde and Alexander,  George Gould,. Chauiicey M.. De-  pew, John Jacob Aslor, -Levi P.  Morton and 4S other capitalists.  They are accused of using the funds  of the company for personal profit,  of criminal extravagances and other  crimes.  Liquor'Licence Act.  rjpAKIi Notice thut l, J. Friiulc Cullbrcutli,  -*- of Telegraph Creek, 1$. 0,,shall apply  to the Board ul' Licence Commissioners .for  the Transfer of my Hotel Licence for the  Callbreutli Hotel, Tcloxrupli Creek,-1!. C, to  Charles Prosper Held, ".Stikine Hotul," situated on Lot 1, lilack 5, Telegraph Creek, li. C.  .1. FliANK CAJ/IjUHkXtH.  .   A Special Mectins'oF the Hoard of Licence  Commissioners   will   lie  held  in  tho Court  House, Atlin, 13. C, September Sth, 1905, at 11  a.m., to consider the above application.  Wai.tuu Owes,  Chief Licence Inspector.  August 7th, 1985. al2-i  The Hope, Cariboo, Utah Fraction,  ATLANTA FRACTION, GOLDEN FLEECE,  CHIEF FRACTION, and TORONTO 3IIN-  .     ERAL CLAIMS..'  Located East Side Taku Ami ov Tagish  Lake, nink miles auovu GotDKN Gate,  Atun   Mini.su   Division    ov   Cassiaii  DlBTKICT. '  npAKE NOTICE that the Engineer. Mining  Company, Special I'rco Miner's Certili-  cate No. 5721, intend sixty days from tho date  hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for  Certificate-uHni|��� ���-...,,u���K for the purpose-  of obtaining Crown Grants of tho above'  mineral claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section No.!)7, must be commenced before the  issuance of  such   Curtilicates of  Improvements. '  Dated this lstilny-of August, 1905.  TUfi ENGINEERS MINING Co.,    ,  9 A. P. Mead, Pres.  TELEGRAPHERS  Annually, to fi 11 the new positions created by  Railroad and Telegraph Com naiiies.'We want  Young Wlcn and Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND   R. R. ACCOUNTING.tSS8!7  We furnish 75 percent, of the Operators and  Station Agents in America. Our six schools  aro tho largest exclusive Telegraph Schools  IN THE WORLD. Established 20 years und endorsed by all loading Railway Officials. ���  . We execute a $250 liond lo every student to  furnish him or her u posil ion paying from S-10  to $B0 a month iu States east of tho Rocky  Mountains, or from $75 to *1U0 u mouth in  States west of the Rockies, immediately upcn  graduation.  Students can enter at nuy time. No vacations. For full particulars regarding any of  our Schools write direct to our executive  oilice at Cincinnati, <).   Catalogue free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  ' Uuftalo, N. Y.  I aCrosse, Wis.  Sdn rVcincisto, Ol.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, ti.t.  Tcxnrkaua,, Tex.  NOTICE.  NOTICH Is hereby given that the owners  of tho "Mon-Uiiiou" Iwisr: on lloulilur Creek  will not berospon!.i!ilefoi-niiydebt.s contracted by tho lay men  for labor or supplier*.  A. S. CROSS,  Atlin, June 2i!th, 190.".       Managing Owner.  jl-l-4ll!    A. F. & A.M.  Regular eoininiiiiioa-  tioiui held on the lii'st  Thui'Mlay of each month  in. tho A. O. U. VV. Hull,  Third Street.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Drowiiiee a  Engineers and Surveyors.  .T. II. I5ROWNLEE, V. L. S., 1). L. S.,  J. \V. Mcl-'ARLAiVU C. E.  The Atlin Market Co, Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  foer's   'Scotch    Whiskies  ���J|   GRAND OLD HIGHLAND,..'. Black Label.  % SPEdAL RESERVE White Label.   |f  ^   OLD VATTED GLENLIVE'I\ Yellow Label.   ^*  T?E KOOTENAY- HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE   DINING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED   ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  .     , ��� . CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  rrr  C. H.  DEI ' QOXJD    I-IOXJSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  Ilssen, Prop.      -       -    F. B. Wrong, Mgr..  Kestaurant in Connection Under  New and Capable Management.  DIXON    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  ���- ����������� '���   Pool    &    Billiards,   Free.  r .     ���  "   Freighting and Teaming & Horses and Rjgs for Hire.  TALLW1IRE   &   BENNETT,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN    CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES. LIQUORS AN!) CSC-AIES CASE GOODS A SPECIAL!*.  -en  aai  CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  ���  RSSKKVK,   $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattte,  San Franezseo,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  "- Esi&hasv&s: sold osn all Points.  Golo Dust Purchased���Assay Oi-kick in Connection.  '   D. ROSS, Manager.'  VANCOUVER. ENGINEERING WOWS, LT  VANCOUVER, B. C.  no       o  SPECIALISTS    IN  Hydraulic Mliiisi  HYDRAUUC'   GIANTS, WATER ..GATES,  RIFFLE    BARS, STEEL   RIVETTED    PIPE,  HOISTS,      MINING    CAGES     and     ORE    CARS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  AC.  HIRSCHFELD,  Agent for Atlin District. ^n-my'mjyc. :isAW  l&s  :W&  :X5f3&: ���ItfWftrf^sii&V'tpViS X^':  '��"a  ���;PJ..'  "' "' cs's L'j  ('.  &\ R1> ,'t4  V '%$*.  ���;y. *y^y y/y-fcjy.^  SQ1  >���'.���':..���.-:"�� ���:  5nd: a)so-  '���sasii'd..  m  fe-.y  ���Vr ^af  ���8 ..���81  ssat?@i/0a  !0  EItiMilS.;^:: 11,  BrancivSibreion   SPRUCE.CREEK,  y;rXy//"/ ���Local.:  yZ-vFull line fishing: ta'ckleat/Reg.an's.,  /v/Fresli Webb's Chocolates at.C.-R.'  ��������� Bourne's. '���-'>-'--v,v:--'"������"������'.: ��� '-./;y/.v/y/y,-.  .���::.. The:, la t es t -in agazi i.ie's and ��� pap-frs  : are/always ;ph hand at/Fjllman's;/ >.'  /''" .McDonald's,: -Grocery;; /...make's: a  specialty of fresh eggs aiid-;l.Vii{lei'.,  X-:-.X'.:-;C)itr'.-.iiieteorolbgicjj.) report for the  ..Aveek' is uiikvoidably'.squeezed  out;,  X ;/.;iMr; /.justice.; Morrison ���'��� has .-been  .visiting .on the;; creeks part 'of; .the.  /present week. X'; >;....' -/.-/y-X///.  ///We wouldremind all scbpol-going-  /childreh ;{liat:scnool \\vil! re-dneiioii  ���:��� ���Monday;.August 141b.       :'.' //  Xyr Mrs.,.;.Peter'sX!J1-ead���-the /best-in.  '������������lhe-,:cauip-^cat'i:..;;be/pb.lainedfatXx>il.l-.  ���man'sAll in and 'Sbrtice Greek stores.  ���'X During '-'.tlie /week/' many 'nice .pails''  \of berries have^beeu obtained -quite  close to tlie town by local pickers.'/���  :;X;I,ai-ge" assortment graiiiteware/at  /Regan's.   -/ ;������/���/��.y^yy.yyy;//..���./.;,//::  yy MiY':and- Mrs./; :H;yCane'ellar',;--' of  TJircli ���' Creek,--' -left . for tlie.coast on*.  Tli'u'rscl.ay^nT^  ceilor's���;fatheiiywhpis -very-ill';  ';X��� The light showers .of the. past few  days' have, '"'liesides;   helping: "the  growth in local gardens, done much  toward... cleaving. the atmosphere' of  smoke. ������; . ���'.��� ��� :,y;;--y ������'-.-.-''' -.-.'  The light \\ hich has been   placed  in front of the Kootenay hotel is of  /���considerable   assistance , to,, predes-  tians   on   first   street    these/dark  .mights./Who's ne;xt?    ;,,y! y  Low rates,  modern conveniences  and excellent service have-.made the  //.Correspondence js:niade a pleasure  by/using'.'.tlie/new stock;of.:fine wril-  iiig paper-aiicb.ein'-elppe^a^'lloiirue's.  j ust;ree'eived-at/ Rega 1.1*s; y/Supplied  iiV'{U]y/-.q^ii.iiily^ ,:;;/  ���: yepneededly-oueyof: .the; 'best'.' in  ;AlaskaX~tO':it.yliy;is: operated/by'  the/owriersy."?' Modeni���-fire'proof���  : first class.- .Rates to suit everyone.  ~i li��������� yF'i; ftli;/;��� 'Ave 11ue//Hp t'e i v ;rbf  Skagway.y;:/XX;",.;?Xy/;'X.y//./yy2;'.y  X'X<3nX./Srin^  '���ai'Vcl'.'.JDi'i'rie /went; clown Torey /inlet  on a-berry picking/expedition .with  their "new.,/steam;"tug--unnaiued.  T!iey/retuniecl--ou.-Monday morning;  and feppr't tiiat.the'tug madey/gopd  time and, 'behaved' well;'.    ���;/-:// X;  y//y//yy/ y/PoIice/Gonrt.//'.^'  //; On Monday Mrs/P. Callaghau appeared /ii.i; court charged with keeping/a .vicious/dog,   tlie. complaint  .;iiaviiig/ljee.ii'':fe  niglitwatchman, upon whose /hand'  .the '��� dog-^'had ��� .:inilicted:,/a ypajiiful  wouiid../ .-XT lie. charge- was /with-  drawii/upoii/Mrs. _Caliaghaii ;])aying  damagesya'iid/ agreeing'-: to take-the  dogout.of.tlie district./; //////;.'./ //  OuTiinrsciiaj' afternoon aiiTndian  named .John Jack was found guilty  of/haying/sold moose meat out of  season./He wtis/fined 5^50 and costs,  or thirty, days. //.//, ''"���?/��� '���������!::'���,'���'���  '  yStables '&' f AiiMscleu carry a/stock  of good groceries..   ''���'/.'.  ".|'.vur>-.iiiuiiy.;ou:��'i->i!i;nis��IF.��."> i.i��.fiu,illv.  to master a trade or m-ofession. Rcail.tnotlis-  pltiy ailvertsseniout of tlib six Morse. Suhools  of Telegraphy, in this issue and learn bow  onsily'ii youiij? man or lady may learn tele*  uraiiliy.uii.il bo assured .h position.  ''Church   Notices.  T:X:T1:1E/.CL()S!X:-OF VAysO'i'IlFR/FIN^  Jagain-'itbaiik;'^  :\V'ei'haye''.u:i!'(ieavoi'euy-to''/koe  liav'e/showil yoiu/'apnreciation/by; voiir  ,\ vX/ln going::over.ou^sLpck;we have found, a /fe\^lines,',tliathaX'ebeen;  slow   sellers   and,: in/ order to clean those out and make:-'robin', lor more i  saleable, 'goods, Aveyha.ve.deteriuiued.io/oneiy tlieni   at'prices: _ that: will  ensurea-cleariiigiiXypu want tliese/gp  parly.: aud . get Xiirst:. choice/ /;././,//: .y/: ''//X;/- ���/--/;/     ;/  ;///-'-. :'://;:'  ,.///,;;///;-/.;; /;X/.:yy,/Yoiirs/ //''/:/'/,/. //X;//,;./.- /.-;/''  ^?*/:ii��liMMxlS  /��;/X:'John/.1.5, .Sletsmi/and/olJvjivim  ;A splendid Fne of ;Bp\'s tinci^i'rls/Fo  :/XX! FaucyXCblored/ShirLsysti^  /X /; ClarkK/Chicke;.n:.Soiip/at/|:r..i5 ^  l./l  :B  ��� <'.', tk^tv ial^.:Ka-;;"lU^,,iKf'<V;l, ;D1 ,     :, ; K-i  mmm,  w&i>  rv>a:rTiK-4-^r>ri7^nM -  Krzjt ~x!jx rr-y^?g-.gyy?T.'g/,r.:  -r'-'i  /������'--/'X--/.Xy/]y?'y*��&&&&^[y;:^  "'::-:jsiaiiy'Oj'de'rsy-proiii'p''tly'.^  'Sel^Measurement^  ATL!K;-B,C;  '//.//���'.x//x.'X'iE��?-/  ���/X-;///''//-'-'/!^-^  ^m^0BMM M:m^M'W^M^  *i  /And We/afe':Prepared//:  :;Tb/FiiFalI: Orders;jFbr/ :  Xx/:.^r;y;XV"  ' .Roug-Ii/aii^  ." Shiplap;/Bead$d/G-roovedyEt&, Etc.  I#iti% litili �����if 11^  t'  ATLIN,;.B/ C.  Clmi-eli  ol. EnsUui'l: St.Martin's Church ���  Sunday sorviccs: iMiitius at 11 u. in.; 'Kvoiir  ... ....... sony, 7:3!)   \i. in. --Colnbr.ttiou of Holy Com-  I'lltli     Avenue     the    lUOSt    popular    muttlc 1st -Sunday.iu eneh' niontli  and on  ��������������������� ��� ' siiat-'ial  occasions.   Sunday  Soliool: Sunday,  ht.!l p. in. Committee MGsriiiirs.lstTliursday  each month. Key. I?. Jj. Steuliensoiu reetor.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Chui-eh hold  serviuesin tiie Church on ; Second Street,  .Mor'uiiijr service at. 11; eveniii;;-snrvice, 7:il0.  Sunday.School at.tlio close of the morning  s^rvi..,-;.   !;��v. W...T.-Kiilil, minister.  Hotel   in   Skagway.    We can and  ..will  please  you���:try us���-you will  not regret "it. ���"    ��� /, ������':'.'.'���'    . 2/  The  Scotia   clid   not  arrive until  . 4.15 p. 111. on.: her.. Wed nesd.ay trip,-  the delay being caused by the Gleaner taking a scow load of freight to  the Conrad mine on Windy Ann.  -Judge Rellstab, -a member of the  New Jersey bar and'president of the'  British   American   Dredging   Co.,  , arrived in Atlin on. .Saturday! last.  During the week he has inspected  the dredges of his CGmpanjlon^gpl'd"  ������Run.aud Blue Canyon.  R'enry Gagne, who left Atlin .with  two men on July 3rd to overhaul  the Dominion telegraph. line between here and Whitchorse, returned to town on Tuesday. Mr. Gagiie  reports that, besides putting the line  iu good shape and having a line  trip, he saw lots of moose tracks  and manv wild duck.  in the./County /Court of Atlin  UOl.DEN AT ATI.IN:  Retweon:  Georus  A.-ICerr &..O0., Plainlill's.  ... and ;.������..'  Charles 1.. (Jneeii, Defeiidaut.  In chanibersbefore His Honor .lud^c Yoimsr,  .    . Thursilay, tiio lOtli day of Autcust,'lOCfi.  Upon'reaiTliijr the affidavits of John Shirley  .and W. Pollard Grant sworn and filed herein  this day, and upon lieurlui* counsel for the  ipluilitijl'fi, l;<lo ordor that, that, servico of tho  siiiniiious herein be ell'eeted on tho dofond-  util'.hy NRi'vini* H. W. Queen with summons  Issued herein anil copy of thisoi-dorat Atlin,  II. (���).,.4inl_|;v imbl'iKbine; this oi'der for threo  consecutive we'elcg in The Atlin Cluiin Iiown-  paper. And I'do further order that uiijesis  the dcl'midanr, i'.-h cause a disputo note to be  (tillered herein Within. H daG's after the said  adv.-ri'mr.u'.ent shall lat.t, appear In tlie ualil  -A.t.li,!i_..C:iiim. Unit judgment hi) enlei'ed for  ll'u> iiiriiiitiil'K.' ; ',:��� '   .  ��� T))C.;<:osts of llitw ajipllcntion tn bn costs Iu  t;ipV-:inu!.      ,.-. ..;   y)l^--'     .,  ���'.���.:   F.Jli^fs'iYOUNG,,  ,   [fl-iAb.] " Co. J. ,.-  EBr&weB:&\ ':��f'/��Bjg&B<*  B^^; OTsftefe''.  ;    SMALL' AND;LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  Iftf/pflilliil  x^VI/y ��������� i "ll.-0��i$&0ew$  ��Ji? -     ������     ,���;������' ������ '���' .'���    4^':  f-MfjB.1..,,  YOU  Only need to Inspect my Stock of Groceries  ��  .,./Executed .Cheapiy,   Promptly/and Satisfactoriiy.    ./,-.//  ;';:.;..\i:^ CLAIM 'OFEIGE.  ,;':;- ;''"'���'". / ���'/���.- '   -    'c^p^^^^i^oJA^^  / ' "���.  ��:i'i$$men :Wrm^, ��� ,S-fse.  ���---���--���   - - - - ^r,.o^V'/m^M'VW^w^WV  ^^^X'?vvv^A^^;^'^���^v^���ft.^���./���lA���^���^'^^  >*rt^l Bzsnai ^ijjLj-i>��iinji.)j ��am a-^r *  and  Provisions  to  know  that  they  are  the 'BUST  and  that  tiie   PKICUS   are  right.    ---:.-  ��w����^4>g /mn^a^f u-/<ufv,  1 iracsr ui v Kittrjrxi  *l* ���@ Whe���liiiqi9a>. Iirci��r����  ���s  J  THE  Ialf-Way Mouse  is a hiiven for nil  triivellum. 'J'hnmpiil*  lire l'i'('e-inlllin;i- and  Ihe bracers in tin;  bar us rofi-e.'di'mjf as  the ilow of (he ein-ly  iiH/riiiiiK-, An Ideal  summer and winter  l'PHcirt.  FA  i\MiiS  CI.APK,  l'KorKiii'i'i.iK.  ;^  t 11  4  l  ���y.itvwjKtrr��iflBWj��<M-mjmT.


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