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 .-. I., I  '���'���'���>��'*�����  %\  JAM 12 1905'     <^B  /^  VOL.  ii.  ATLIN,   B. C���    SATURDAY,     DECKMBKR    24,     1904.  NO. 2S4  Mining  News.  There   has   been   no nesv records  in the Government Office this sveek.  CO. Boehme and Win. Gas's,  who have been doing assessment  work on the "Gold Star" mineral  claim, situated near(thc tosvn, sunk  :i shaft 45 feet. . The results proved  very satisfactory as "gold can be  easily seen in the rock. They have  also been doing work on *' Australian Belle" mineral claim, Spruce.  Creek, where they-siink two shafts,  26 and 22 feet deep. Assays show  good results.. C. O. Boehrue aud  son leave today for Seattle.  Notes   from   Boulder   Creek.  It is a little difficult to send notes  of what is going on here, as everything is going on quietly and svell,  and consequently there is little to  write about; as the saying is:  41 Happy is the country that has  no history," and the remark applies equally well to a creek.  Black & Co. continue to do well,  aud those of the other '-'boys,"  -nrho-are "still sluicing, have every  leason to be 'satisfied svith.. _,the re-  -��� suits, obtained, as well, as with the  prospects for' the winter's work.  Later on; full* details .will be sent  of the'various',operations .011 Jhe  Creek? '"*'  .'��� ':. ''���*'���"**    '     j  We notice that there ha's been a'  lot of "kicking ���'. about the mail  servicer���or rather the want of it,���  and little svonder too. No doubt,  there is a lot of- hard work in connection svith the transport of the  mail, but surely the difficulties  could have been foreseen and proper means taken, and proper pre-  -para'tio-is made, lo overcome them.  Uiir old "friend; Jas. Cullen, bet-  ��� ter   known   as   "Cassiar,"   was a  - welcome vrsitor to the Creek this  week, and svas the guest of  Alec Mackenzie and Jack.McLeod.  .. While here,'some,of the boys noticed " Cassie's" dogs- looked rather cold, and they svere good-  hearted enough to provide'ihe  caiiihes.'with adequate winter cloth-  - ing..- '      ���   . ���  % We have nosv no more " scraps"  on the Creek;; as the renowned  pugilist from .-Atlin has ' returned  to'his hatis-e^rTa.Tint.s.  Joe Rutherford slaved his toe  rather badly a day or tsvo ago,  while stealing a ride on one of Uie  cars, aiid has been confined to the  house since. Dave Todd and  Nathan take turns of being hospital'attendants.  Frank McPhee was anxious to  see Whether his foot or the "face"  down below could better withstand  a..blow' from a pick.' Four days iu  the house have given Frank a little  more.sense.  ; -^ Uncle," our genial but rheumatic notary public, .was visiting  Atlin   aiid!'Discovery   lately ;   he  svould doubtless receive a ilot of  sympathy, over his mail}' ills, from  his'numerous lady friends.  Messrs. Fall and Brown are to  be heartily congratulated on being  able to provide their friends svith  plenty of game. I'"our mountain  sheep, besides lols of smaller game,  fell before the guns of the redoubtable " nimrors."  The Atlin  Skating and Curling Rfnks.  ��� The Atlin Skating Rink opened  lajst .Saturday amid great rejoicing  ���the skaters of Aflia turning out  in great force. Osving to the warm  sveather, the date of opening had  been postponed from 28th Nov.  till such time as sufficient frost  arris'ed. On Wednesday the curlers  made the stanes " roar," and from  now till the end of the season this  popular Scotch game promises to  be zealously indulged in. The  following regulations are posted : ���  .Monday afternoon, 2 to 4 ."...Hookey Club  "       evening:, 7.30    Curling  Tuesday open rink Skating  SVe<Ines<*ay afternoon 2 to i    Curling  evening.:7.S0 to 9 Hookey  Thursday .open rluk Skating  1'rlday afternoon V. Skating  "     evening :...7.30 -.Curling  Suturday afternoon...2 to 4...:.::..   ..Hockey  "       - evening 7.30 -.'... Curling  ..*, There svill be skating every afternoon and evening except.the times  set apart for ��� hockey practice, as  stated in the above' rules,'with the  exception of the narrow strip used  by the cullers during their matches.  The Weather Records.  ��� Those ..j-vho thinks sve are living in a land of-ahnbst "eternal frost  and snosv will'be surprised to read  the following, tlie higest and lowest  sveather records, since Nov. 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ZJi'o   8  22  8 abovo  7  23    ...'....... 2 below  8  Xmas Entertainment  Somewhere    in    .Skyliiiiil,   in    Wonderland-  SVliyluiid,  Or some oilier liyluiid, uoliody knows when-,  An Old '"cHow Merry, with lips like n cherry  Anil nobe like u berry, conies down  through  (lie nil'.  The musical voices of the children, singing the Santa Ola us  song at the close of the Christmas  tree entertainment last night in the  Presbyterian Church, will ring in  our ears for many a- long day.  The entertainment svas a success  from beginning to end���the performers doing their parts in a pretty  and pleasing manner.  The evening's entertainment  started by a display of firesvorks,  which must have been much enjoyed by the boys, to judge by the  whooping and yelling with svhich  they greeted them.  For the next two hours the  children delighted one of the largest audiences ever seen in the  Presbyterian Church, with songs,  dialogues and recitations. The talent displayed svas a surprise to  many of the audience, svho have  not had the pleasure of hearing the  children before. From the oldest  performer, Miss Ethel Pillman, to  the youngest, Kathleen Haslelt,  thi. former reciting "The dying  sinner," aud little Kathleen, svho  recited "An Easter dinner," or  "The death of Charlotte Russe,"  svith much eclat. All slio\s-ed natural talent, developed , by careful  training. - The following' --was the  full programme :  " Whore the sugar maple grows,"  ''���. sung by the full chorus.  Recitation, '��� A fellow's mother," '  Douglas- Taylor  Dialogue, "A concensus of the competent,"  The Misses  l'tliel  Pillman, Josie Doel-  kcr mid Maud Haslett.  Chorus, " SS'aiting for Santa (Jlaus."  Kecitatiou, " Drowning Singer,"  lithel Pillma.li  Part sons, '��� Do you know the song."  by the children  llecitution, "Sewing," Dorothy Taylor  Song, " What say the bells,"  Nellie Stables, I'ertha- Doelkcr and  Hazel Hartshorn.  Kecitatiou, "Gingham dog and calico  cat," Johnny Turnbtill  Dialogue, " Fairy's Christmas Joke,"  Maud Haslett, fuiry ; Noniau Taylor,  Suuta Clans ; Ethel Pillinun, Hazel  Hartshorn, l.yull Praser, Josio Doelkcr, Bertha  Doolker, Douglas Taylor.  The moral of this play, "Contentment," under all circumstances,  svas vvell brought out by all the  performers. This part of the programme, then concluded with the  full chorus, rendering the Santa  Clans song.  Santa Clans then arrived by special sleigh, and, to the-jingling of  sleigh bells, bounded into  the   hall  aiid   presented .the   many children  and grown-ups svith the usual presents iu a very " Happy " manner.  Refreshments., svere 'then served  by the members of the Ladies Aid.  Rev. iid. Turkington, conducted  .the duties of chairman.  Fe   ss   can really  understad   the  arduous svork entailed   in   present-  ling an entertainment of this high-  |class nature, and   Mrs. Hartshorn,  'Miss   Douglas   and   Mr.   Luinsdeii  deserve great commendation for  their effective handling of so difficult a task.  We svere glad to note the presence of so many of our Discovers*  friends, and sve hope the Atlin people .svill reciprocate, by attending  the Discovery Christinas tree ihi.i  evening.  Latest   News.  Dr. Thomson (Con.) has been  elec-od M. P.,' for Yukon, by Soo  majority, against'Congdon.  Portland, Ore., Dec. 22nd :���Jas.  A. Goodfellosv svas crushed to death  at the Northern Pacific Go's terminal yards yesterday at 2 o'clock.  "He was in charge of the night  ssvitch crew and "signalled the  switch engine lo pull a string of  cars out. When the cars pulled  out, Goodfellosv svas found lying  beside the track ..svith his breast  crushed in and arms cut of. Pie  was a young man, recently from  Vancouver, svherehe svas employed  as operator, aud also held a situtlar  position on the Yukon Line.  - J. A. Goodfellosv worked in the  Atlin Telegraph Office about tsvo  years ago and also svorked.-at one of  the offices between heie and Telegraph Creek.  Ottavya.'^ Dec,. ;2-yd.:��� l-^S.. .St..  Lacqiies,,., proprieto? loly-the^Russe'l l  House..and *l^\issell'^:Tlieaire',i''.lie'd.  suddenly frorrVhearl failure. ^/   "   ���  Minneapolis, Dec. 22nd :���The  side-, wall of the O. Ii. Peck building 011 Fifth Street, svhich was: left  standing after the great fire last  Tuesday night, toppled over in a  high gale on to the Crocker H*tel,  a three-storey structure. Tons of  brick and mortar crushed completely dosvn through the'building,  carrying floors and all into basement. Eight persons sveie killed  and six injuied.  Mosgosv, Dec. 21st: ��� About  5,000 people today participated in  a parade, svaving revoliitionary  fiags and shouting "Long live  freedom'."' After' many collisions  with the police, a riot developed.  The police fired blank volleys and  charged the mob, finally dispensing  them. A largenumber svas wounded bv sabres aud many arrested.  ���a  ������&���..  Vfe  War News.  Tokio, Dec. arst:���-The Japanese  fired an iuiinense mine under a  portion uf the Noith l'ort of Hast  Keeksvau .Mountain at 2 o'clock on  Sunday afleniuou. -Infantry immediately 'alterwards charged and  occupied the fort. It is repuned  that the Japanese have seized a  strong position about a lliou-nvd  yards southeast of 203"Metre'Hi;-,  preparatory to assaulting the nesv  tosvii' and ���-pushing belsveen- I.iao  r.ai Mountain and ,the Russian  headquarters at Port Arthur..  Tokio, Dec. 23rd : -- jap:-i;f -e  trcops have ���.captured another i:n ���  portaut position on Pigeon Hay.  Loudon,   Dec, 23rd : ��� 'A Shanghai despatch says .1 Japanese squadron   of  eight   warships   :n:d'li!'-en '  transport's is ���going   south   It-  .:::C-:t  Russian squadron.  ��� ^ ' I��  t:  ,V'C"  w  ati.i;n,:/B.^  , p^.*wi*��*.t��t.*��fc*w*'����.^  fir  Cfaiiii;-  "I'Wti ATLIN CLAIM ,6 hiiiushcd r.vuitr Saturday  f tO.-:.;KMGi'     MAIICU  ,r,1i:t .TO    ANY    1*B I1T io F THE  ' WOIII.O    FOR   OO    CENTS' PEH   MONTH t,    $5.GO    PER  . vt:A;i.     AovnnTi-.slN(iMATKs : -it.oo pen INCH HACH  .���N'jCnTlON 1   I1CAD1M3  NOTICtn,   2G  C r.riTU A 'LI Tt C  n;-i:CIAL   HATE*!  OH   Al'PLlCATlOrl'.  ;." yi- '���;' /'.';    JO!? i-J-fNifKCi r'      ,:���'". '':���/.,.:  81 LL- HCADG,   ��� ' POiTHRS,    ���     .;    . VISlTtHa. CARr.C:  LETTEH-MttADn. PIlCJC.RAMMEb,        ETC. ,   CTC.   ' ..  o'rophu pnoVii'VLY  txc'cuTEo. .  ��� '���' ;      i*nic:" MpDiirtATr..: '.'.w '' ���:  Ati.i;- OiiAi.M ���.'Pu.J.':i'<is!.i'i.N<'i Go.'  .'G..l'tl-tiJCHi-ECi). l,iioi.'iili-/j-uiC-1 ���'���.:' '.;-,' ���':."���'������.  ���'.���'(. ���."���:���'     ..';'".-. .-iJ.'i.M.KS. SlMJ'SbS, .'I>*..\-AOKl:  J; The'.���glad Christmas season--has  again arrived pii time/redolentof  111e ,11oliesi a;-.d rnosfc-.lender reuii.ni-  ^sceuces ofmvliiclv.theliliinah:iiiiud  is ��� susceptible,^;. Chrisit mas,: asT:a:  -festival/aiUiditi.es,.: allZ-,others.;/}! tris;  'nearly as old as the raee:, itself, and  iAVas::stricth".'.a:.pfoducLb[-,the::norlli-:  erh'lieiinsphcre.;l>eihg of aslroii'diniv  cal;/origin.;' ��� J:'l>hc ��� earth:': ���haying-  reached and .passedflier 'extreme  declinatipji,: t!iC;;ey;ideiiceApt; which  l\vas the':increasino;-:leiii*t.h 'of. ahe  //days, foretelting-lhe/gcoc^^  "the,- resurrection   or ;��� re turn   of the  /suii'^svhich   svas "universally" svor-  "^hipped';?^  //'original''';.p^  ��� .'���'light,:more.lieaU:;more ��� plenty1 ;cdm-  ';���; ing-."'.'������ "No/svoiidci-:.;':it::\yas-a:festival  :'.":tui]e--il3;:;appi'opnatipii ; Avquld ' he  ./forced '.iipon;; ritankind;:"���; All fthe:  "/nations: history, lias :mei'lioued/h.;id  ���iiieir,festi\-^ls::attiiis timefin honour'  v;; of Ihe:res u f'r e'e tion;:of;11ie' S.'uuV-.God.  IJiiheV^ajr^^  .f'a-ii'  linscru"piilpiisiiess   svhich. ;.coiii-:  f -.xuaikbr admi'va't'ibni-j seized:upon this  joymrtinie of: prayer: aiid:praisecto  :. the/ijniversal^atlier and   declared  .   it, hacked, by! all its ''.awful.-. thunders,  /and  threaten iugs. strictly, a -'Christ-.  /mas , festival, /couinieuiniorative  of.  ������ tlie-;birlh : of Christ/who, it: isas-  seried, svas horn on that particular  day. There -is'uo authority whatever" for   placing   the; birthday,  of  , . Christ; at  any particular .seasou of  ..the year.-'-- / . //'   ,  , In ; the /spirit 'of the times, we  wish one. and all a"Merry Christinas.' '.. May,;their stores be multi-'  ���plied aiid ''"'"may the spirit; of 'knicl-  ness aiid charity and/UEselhshuess  characteristic of the time, remain  .with all of. us, and^hot he put'bff  like  a' garb:, when- the  function is  ���over. Let us: retain "those ..Christmas sentiments fer the : other three  hundred and sixty-four days of the  ycar,: keeping under foot the foul,  demon-of,selfishness, and our word  for it. this.old svorld 'of ouis will be  on- worth living iu.  tinK:.'Christiuas:.3?oii'>' reiiiember-r-  perhaps if-is iu the old 1 aiid.v  Ddii't  you    sec  the    hamper;  of .good  thiugs   front   G-raiidmania: in;; the  co'iintry';.-   experience    again,   the  keen, anticipation with   svhicli   you  svatche.d.Mother, unpack it -see the  legs.of'the turkey slicking up ; see  the-: Brussels/sprouts ;   teeh asvtiy  down.and.you svill cohie on Grand;-:  nia's; present to.each gran'd-chiId-���  perhaps.-a whole half-crown:!:/;,;/: v  . /Then'.; remembei-',,Christihasi'Dayi"  Perlfaps you had a Christiiias tree,  or mayl'je tlie presents were put on  liiejireaklast   table,   or ^perchance  one  of yoil, played   postman, .and  "del i v.ered.��� 111e. presents svith as iii iich  ���digiiity;,as   if .linifonned ':by > the  go'veriiuieiil.':: yyyy l:: > ���;.-.'���' -{yy'^y ;:;/:v"-'.  '/Aud:':see  oiice again ��� the,:, happy  .family-.'around''the ���'���'. Christ i'lias/diiiV  ner Utble/ vHei,e;:cdmes':tlie'tiirkey,  .the. roast beef and :th'e/otlier/gobd  tln^igs/'/aiid: ;il/yoii' Isvere/a; boy/^  how.y on wished T'ai her' uvoukfiidt  give'"yoii-ia';.slice of "the   turkey's  breast, but,a;whole leg.   And don't  ���yon a gain ,��� hear: the /laughter ��� and  t-lie gayiety, aiid see i.lie good,uatlire  of all.; :.Ak  pudding is: :hfought/steaming'1 in/  topp.e'd;'bV:-'a sprig'���of.; hoily, aiid ��� tlie  brandy is pbured; qyer/it,-you will:  re iu em be'-- that it', neve r-/1 it: a t dl i,e  nr.3t.i/l.i-)-.';.."'';aii'd,.'-;': then, /free ���''���'advice"  would'.;:'be/ giy.e.'i|-'.by es-ery-oiie.-and  at/last:;it.; svould;, light,/and/then  what ��� a -hurry M:other-iAsyould /be; in  to; lie! p -all. before: ;the; lastjflicker Af  ;hre���liad:���.gol!e..v, /'.::...:'./:;/:/::;.'::;/;/;;;';...;  /���And afterwards.the's'peechesj,.the,  laiigijte'r;;and ��� the, t'lin/'aiid during^  the evening1 you- svill .remember-that'  Father sailg-his annual spiig', "aud'-  we children did our part also. ;;;:.:  AiKhsvoven in and oiitofall these  recollections, sve hear the ssveet  cadence of the Christmas song:'  11 Hark !. the Herald Angels sing :  Glory to the nesv-born King','',  and a lump, rises in onrthroats.  And perhaps, iti our cabins on the  creeks, sve.think it all'over again,  and despite the:.reasoning sve have  listened tn since the days-sve began  'to..: think: for: ourselves,. sve: again  acknowledge the truth and beauty  in the :Christian religion���and the  joy and ."gladness :of,the Christinas  .. 7:.:.-        ���'���������������  ' A.C.  JULES'.  .: 'VllV KENl)  OUT WBM.VO.U JOAN, GBT. GOODS AS fcHiEAl' liBlili.?"/'/'/ N^ -;;-   :' " :  Atliri,; Nugget arid   Grape Rings'; ����������* ���aitltimils .of .IV-vcSia- una-iiar-  '. '.'act nred jOirlho premises.  :   /:';.:"   '...: ;���:../!.,      -.... ,'V..-,;,..-/.', , -',-;:-'- .'���/'������.-.'���  V   .Kiiie   Ne��V  St(��;k: of,  W  ; SViit(;lies,liroin-:$ri.()(l.ti|);-.: ���_��� ���.���/;:.'.-./--;-.-'���;:'.-: '-/���:/���. ;���/ ������.,.-"'.'������ ���".'-..i;.'..'.'���.i-.^ ���.'--',���:'.'iV-C'.-/."!'��� ���:.���,:'::'���/  SUvcV\Afarel Cut Gkass, H^.od PaiiBied'CWrira.So^ve'mi* Spoons-  '''EGGK^.'.;^l:50Nv^^  m  ATLI N   & ���"< DISCOVEflY-  ^o*-1���������-L_���',:  /������'/;;;;;--;^^7-/tHE^ukTEST^s  '[THE::'lATEST-ijM:j'"HAT& WBOOTSl^ANO^^SHOES.'  c')'i> -'v/.  /ffiJ-**T  ��� Gbl d    S ��a I: G tint  Efbbts.  ;:���;>���;:;���: ���&;.'  Our/Goods iai*^  "Oltass-a, /Dec.  2ist;:--iThe ::,iiame  of,'.J.  H. Ashdosyu,;'of/WiiiiiipegV  has:been .nieiitioiiedsto;:succeed j.  H:v;,i*-ei-|'"rarri;.'biV--'^  .0 o i iiiii i s s i o i i ::-" /v.-; / ',':���/  R.  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAIIINGS*  .<   Dissolution; of Partnershij);  :;]S*rOTi;OE; lS:iH liKi1 HY .<?:!*,-HX-  (iiid   aKei-'Jiiiinnry-1st,-.lilOS,  thnit   on  tlio  eo-  liiii'fticrshiji heretofore existinjj hctween  D-G; Stewart :�� ml i'V'Ml^Xlolile'y: ii'ii'iler'the  linn n'lini.e of 'l1. ,11.'. .Molilnj'/t; Co., llonliler  Creel!,' will be (lissotveil ]>$��� niut.iiiii,'<!oiiSL>:nt: |  after \vhich chite, allVneeonutsi'.'illie to, or  owiiifj-by. si'.iil fii-cn  will  he settied  liy P; It;!  Mobie.y;-.,:;-' ^;;/:' ::-;".;;/. "'":������ .--;I:/.>������,���'..���';:.:;  ;:'//:; yr\: -/a*:,.G.'-.ST-i-sv.AKT,-  :::.;;;;!.���..:;.;���/:/;: :;/H; /;;: ; '   .K.;-i;pibiii^1-Y/:'  '/licii liter :fJreelc;Sth. Dee.;: lS(i:iVr'���::;';���'" :  U*  -tVrjji."-*--,  :r;j. c  Bm3ffi&SvS?��a���w<&ysr0$&l  Plans;Kiiil.'Spccificntso'ns for Stdnra -Shovels.and'  '��� HydrKuilc Pldnls on iippliciilion.      /'  /"Th^'follosviiig^Sailings-' are^an-//  riGUiioed,lbritlie-iubnlh: of^January., :;  *easrihg Skagwaj-iart^-S-j)..m/:X::/' y^':y  "'.c Auiiif/'*^^ "V^v^nArptli^Jid'^a^i"/''^  ::-\i,W;fu.rther\iii^  wri i.eVt6r ;:;:'���: H.-; B .>Dunn',!: ^geiii, :;���, /;.;  ;;:/:/r'_*;f^  THIS HOTEL,IS STOC><E'C);WlT��;  /'r^'T'H E   B EST ?;oF> GOO ps.f:r;-:-;-;  ���j:Ssn9.;\.jGhristi&eie;:~:Prct3*-.  Dixon   &. ,Schulz',  "PVa'prij-.tors.  festis-al-.  Christmas Recollections.  Nesv. York, Dec: ;22nd:���A Pittsburg despatch says it; is feared that  svithiu, the next teii days almdst  cveryiiidustry in Western Pennsylvania and liastein Ohio svill has-.e  to close dosvii owing'to scarcity of  water. The drought is the worst  in the historv ol tlie couiurv.     ..'  hast   o's-ev  'nia's   mail, i;  iant :'  x.ard  s'n.os  the lakes  coming.  .(>'.  ir.Christ-  ���'pCt.-d,  nil  jovfi.' lioroW' ol' many a. bliz-  drifted Hails and cutting  ami sviud1-. We know hosv  ni.-.ny time-;- you in.i^'ht 'he lost, iii  the treacherous ice or oil tlie stormy  lakes, whf.re oil times the spray  free/.vs to tlie row-locks and the  lake'fog. chills your lungs. And  .1 faithful dogs, so oft  what happiness you help  to'hearts in Atlin !���.������'  as mail from ho'v.c!  ���.'���cialioiis  gather  around  ting  ,i���vo  abu  ud, -  to 1  r; ii.:;  i_  1 ra.li  \Vh  al.   a:  the  u aim.  -perhaps  it  is  the  old- j  J^\JOTICIi IS   HERKBY CIVHrT  that ,-i|i|)lk-atio:i  will  he  inaile to ilii;  ParliiiniC'iit of CiVnaila  at  its next Session  for an Act to incorporate a Company to lie  calli'il I In- " S'niii-oiivi:raiiil Northern liritisli  (<<itiiiii!il:t 'Railway  C'oiiiiiuii.v "  wi(li  power  J to const -met  a   line of stiinihiril   <ir  narrow  j fciin.'.'c railway from isohif point in the City  j oj . S'liii'eonvcir   or   some   other   convenient  \ point on tin! shorn of   llnrrurd   Inlet. (Iii-imm--  i-i I lining-  in   a westerly anil   northerly iii nation    li.v    the   must    I'easablo   route   to   tin;  .Siiniiniisli   S'alley, t'neneo  by the most' feasible route tlirinifh Ihe l*emberton .Sleiiilows  lo the.Northern  boundary line of the  l'ro-  viniw! with a bvnneli froiu soiue iioint on the  niiiiii  li'le  to   liiirliervUli.';  unit   for 'n   <le-  elnrni ion Hint  saiil   railway  line   is  for the  H'oneraI lKlvmitu^i! of Ciinuiln. '      '  Sai-i Kail way Conipuny' to have )ioWfr to  ptii-eh.ti-i:- other Railway (Jliarters anil rail-  w.-iy iiiit-.-i and to sell, lease or otlierwlse  ilispos.-of the whole or any portion ol' its  railway lines to any other liailway ('oin-  pi-.n.v, and nil other ii.miiiI'jimve'rs'Ki'niiti':! lo  Uiiilwny Clumpaiiles.  I).\ri-:n at Vnneoiiver this Ctli dny oi Do-  een'iber. A. I), l;iU.'  IIOWAIM) .1. DUXCIAN,   ,  of the City of Vaiii'onver in liritisli Columbia,   Solicitor   for   I lit-  A pnli'Mii.i.-,.  ��*-��-*-��-o--��-��  E.;M.:N. WOODS,:  /: BARRISTER-AT-LAW;1  i '"Mas ttiHen an Ollieent Room 1, .'Cjoh.l ,  J "���Tibii.So", Discovery. : Ollice " Hours-/ ;  ^ Tiiesdays, Thursdays aiid Saturdays, l  *.     fi-oin (i i:o S p. in. ,'.'';;  J-  ceRis^rAN.  T@&ming��yM&sse*   M  vyw1:,.  Convenient to Atlin or Discovery.  ;-v--i-; --Discovery.1;.- --'-V*--','  OPEN DA Y- A N D N id'H T-.  l-lRST-CLASS RESTAUR ANT  V.7.''V'-v /'���'.'.Viin:;1;''::,:;.''.,:.���'���  ,'.;   CONNECTION.     '       '  Tlbaddiuu^e'iii Pav ��ixon'a stujjo.  Northern- Lumber C&��  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  ������'-. NOTICE   Of.   FdRFE*ITU.RE.  T<i C. A. GoiiPAiti) :��� Yon are hereby.notified t hat; during the years 1901, UUK.TUU:! and  I'.llll,  the  miilersixiieil   has   expended more  (hail -illlll.(ill in labor and improvements each-:  year  mentioned above, on  the  (ioi.l; .S'I'ah '  Mineral Claim,sit iiat.e on the west shore of'  btilto Dennett, in the Cassiar  District. II. ('.';  in which milling claim yoiiownitn undivided  half intei'i'.sf'as shown by the ii��tii;c.s of Incur  lion   and   reeoril   in   Ihe   mining i-'ecords'ol'  saidT'listrict.   '     ��� ��� ���.,'../.���.  .'I'lii! said labor was performed as and for  tin; ann>ll<I represent!!! ion of said claim lor  the years above nientioncd as riiiuired by  the iniiiinii laws of liritisli Coliiinbia. and  that $1(11).CI) lining the amoiint I'liiinired to  hold said claim lor each year.       ���"   ';'���  Von are fiirlhei- notillp.il tiiat unless at.or.  before I In: expiration of Hi) dayn'Hfter the  fii-st.piililicat ion of this notice yon contribute .vonr pi-iiiiori ion of such exiienditiire as  (Jo-Owner, to wit: (iie mm of .��2()(l.'(j0. to-  K'l'tlii'i- wilh the cost's of iiilvi-rt isiuir tliis  ���loiice. youi- inn rest in the elniin will be  ���forfeited to the uiider-i[."iied (,'o-Ownei-. who  litis made such expenditure,anil-will become  his property in the manner provided by law.  Dated this 2r,tl| day of A n^iist,- MKM.  '  J*. It. Pkii'kn.  i-j-iy-'u)  On and after the 23rd.'  of April,  1904 and   until  further  notice  the',  following svilfhe the prices!ofLii-a-  ber/. ���'-..;��� ���","-...'���.;."     .'������;������;.;.". :-:,;'.  Rougii, upto'S inches, $40.';.../  do   ���'-'������ <1-Q.V    -I;��',: '."i", ;' 45-;'  ,.;, .do .'.',:.<l-p'���'���'-. i-2"���������'.,;'       50.  "',/'Matched,'$50'^do''-���' ,''������  ; "S. i): :$5.'oo-'& D..D. ^?o. extr-L  12"-^ per cent disoo-unt will he at-  losved "for c'a-sli at Uinve of'Oi-dering.''  ^tjin Lodge, No, 15,  uieels.seco'.id-. and fourth Wednesdays of ���c'ich.'iaip.nth,. at' 8 p: in./at  111 e A;. O. U. W 131 bck,:iTliird Stree't-.  \'isitiir< Mr-others, are cor-dialb'  invited'to attend.'  ��� ���  1'. \V. I)ovvT.rN<;,  ' ; Master \Vorknian_  ZC. M. N. Woods, Recorder,  W  % ATIJN,  B. C, SATURDAY, TOvCP.MBl'R 24, 19*04  / ^  ' Staple -and .Fancy   Dry   Goods,-  Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers,  Ready-Made   Clothing,  We carry a full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers ant* Overshoes  SOODci'DI'MVIiKl-.D   l'HO.Ml'TI.Y  ON  'I�� U' CKKIiKfi.-  .Ladies'   Underwear,  Men's   Underwear,  Boots,   Shoes, Etc. ,  COMPANY*'   Ltd.  ���W��^.^._je^>^/,j^!:g^ls*  our stock ��r Staple ��� and Fancy ' Groceries  is la-rger than ever aud. all at'close cash prices.  -jSryS set-  1  Remember every .artic-le we sell we guarantee to be firsticlsis?.  , ' ' A.'S. CROS.H. 1'KKH.  CORRESPONDENCE.  IfT'litt OUioni ir nut rcu-j-onsililfi for vie��-�� ex-  prcs>.<*tl li>--co4*ir('..-,*>oiHlciits.] - ,  Road  from Atlin   to Juneau,  '[liv Koiiitiir Mc-lvwu.]  Iii   regard    to   wagon    roa<.l    Ut  .'Juneau   - from   Atlin���having   ex-.  , i��loi-cd pa--t-of the road,, I   will say  that there  is an -easy route ami a  natural   pass   th.r*ou*gh   alii   of   the  'ni-owmtaiu   Tan-guts .from*. Atlin    to  Jusiesw.    Start  from   Atlin, follow'  it ihe J/ike shore t��0'l>oiiiveirCTeek,  tlieuoe easterly to tlre-'hca'd'of-Dixie  J,ake, thc'i'c   sve  pass   through ' the  wwountaiii  range   that divides   the  water ililosv of Atlin I^a'ke and Silver  ���Salmon River to-its ���junction svith  '.t'ne NaldifatT River, tiience  dosyn  ithe  Nakinau   to  its ^auction svith  .... TaTcu River, thence fto'svn Taku to  v, .-itsjunetioiJB-with  I<ynii';Canal'���>i2  -niiles below Juneau,'���thence'to Ju-  j -��� meaii, ^Distance from Atlin  to Ju-  " "*n-eaii,*i-68;lniles' by'the old Hudson  ~Vt. "Bay trail:; distance by straight line,  J40 Tni'tes. ��� The  grade  is   gradual  ������and easy/or a railroad���it would be  Hike   "getting* orre -from, home."  "���������> >A wagon,road will cost   about the  '���'���.' *same per mile as, the McKee Creek  wagou''road "has cost.   'The  ice  oh'  the river cannot be depended on for  -   winter travel.    There is limber* ch  both sides df'the'Takii "Rive? its en'  ) ~ Hire length.    My  estimate  of dis-  *���������,��� ��� .  .        . ���   ���-���--'    .   i-? -���,-���  ������ .tance  is   l3iis :   Atliri -to  head   of  -���.-.*���*���  jj'-JDixie Lake, 30 miles ; Dixie 'Lake  ��� ���>������.-,.-- *,  :���������*..-to   the   Indian   village,   3S   niiles ;  : ������ -tTiidian village to Juneau, rob miles.''  "The Taku River is navigable' from  'thejunction of the N.akir.aM.Co salt  .  ..-water, for Indian boats and yachts.  Wriat. We Want.      -  :jf." *_'��� "> ".  [l*in������*ii u  well-w.lslier of 'Atlin and tlie rcsi-  -. -     tlctits thereof,  u  lojr^rer and  miiwv and  all-i'oiiiul   lntMler ��� Geo.   11.   Matlicson,  ���   *.-        Taku Arm, U. C]  ' -     -. ;      .        >  n llti-^iinil not be willing' to protect that (1 :i^r,  is n uotttu-il iuk'1 unworthy of protection, mid  I fiirtliL-r stale tliltt. Jn till of my i-orrespoiiil-  ence, not oiie'ivnrtl u'tts intended to hour on  any ono' iT-'f or tuny thins? eJ-,0 tint it tlio  himh whacker's i| ii ill. 'I'll is was art n ill Imlt It;  between in>Holf anil bushwhacker mill's very  omi oi my shots wi.-rti <l ii'l-oled personally  at him��� no out- else, nothin;;- else,-- ami  Itirthor, if I luivo miiiiIi- oiw stiitcinoiit or  said oiii- word tlwiL lias hurt or in any other  wiO* Lohi-IiimI tliolfdulin^rs of any ono eke except lliu parties whim I tlirectly aimed all of  my shots ut���if tlieru is' any such, I ulim-r-  4'itlly mtructuiul .humbly iMlt pardon. Anil  m.v npi��lo;o' lo hiisliwhiu-1-.t-i- is this: If 1  have sniil anylliiitu: to him personally t lint I  uui worry for, I am j^lnd of  it.  Thanking'   you   for  Ihis spriee ��� I   riiiiiaiii,  sir, yours truly,"  --;���-���: ir: ItoituitL' Mcl'i'ic.   XJ_I���  Mli.n, II. C, 21st IX-ci.  To tli�� I'ditor, Atliu Ulaim.  ' .Sir :���In reply to'Mr. l*iiKillny, I will say  that in ri-gurd to in-"fs2 per day wajr<is las'  winter, lie is (titotiuV; horusuy, otherwise lie  would have statod 'the liu** in the ease.  Th^so are the 1 nets : l^tist J'liiir I took a lay  on'.Sltilvee Gruolt"; I n'Uo ran the company  lioardiiiK-lioiise ; 1 lioaidctl all the laymen  for one month, tho tiudui-.s! audiu^.with each"'  ii'udererv one- was: hoaril imyalilo onee per  nioatli. .tt thu cud ol I lie lirst month, some  paid U|>"un(l some liave not puitl up yet. One  oi'Uii;t:e uieu iiuit his Ui.f xmJ v.ont to work  out his board bill. li.o. workcil it out, and  when 1 settled up with him I was in his debt.  For Motric days' work I*,|inid lwiu oil' at the  rate of .Ji.fiU and board -jipi .day, wliicli J,  thought was etiuiviileiittoservices reudurud.  Tnis \vas'1>pfoieI.'c6iiinient;b-|l--iVi,hinfir. This  ono is the only one. I paid my miners $5 per  day for every day they worked. Mr. Kitnllay  i.s tilie last man'iit AflVn'that .should havo replied to if-he " Chat with the laboring men,"  for the whole Direct of tluit letter was to fjet,  his ivnj!��s piiVou the sumc basis that other  labor is ^ettinj^. I f.uil to see why tUr citi-  zeusof Atlin are entitled to labor any cheap;  er than the mine opcrat<*i'.s;_ Jt'wiU say to  Mr. Findlay thtft. .lum 6i;<.'( "of "tno'/isiibsci'ib-  ers to his pay roll ut "il. psr r.ioiit'h, iCnd For  I two years I have been oil' the pay-streak and  I the pay-roll also. If Mr. I'iiidlay will let  -other people's grievances alone and strictly  attend to his-dnties-,.he ��J1I bo nlore apt to  please everybody.  _.;r lloiiKitx Mc-Keij.  It is not argument  about Uncle I  ���'Sam   and  Johnny .13io.11,   but   the I  . quickest, outlet and' the cheapest  inlet to and. from   salt -water, that1  . ���concerns us the most. We have a  very able representative at present  an the person of Dr.. Young���help  ��� 'aim and he will ���.'help yoii,1' Mr..  Wcl'arlane, C. Ii.,. is going over  the roijte this svinteVflb Taku Inlet,  and I hope the working.; men a;nd-  'business men of Atliir ssill help 3. he  ���scheme. When, we get a wagon  road-to-salt svate.r, sve will have an  ���electric line soon after ; eventually.,  if railroad. ' The citizens of Jun-eu  will help us. *2  ri.DeiliB*.   I.     '. ���   .-   -...  It you want to buy a- good  Pipe or Pocket-Knife, suitable for'a:  Christmas'"p'reseni, call at Stables  cc'Lumsden's.   ,  Stoves  and   Hardware al prices  that can't be hearten.���J. JJ. Durik.  DISCOVKRY, B, C.  Tasty   imiea'-s,    iii>e ���liquor'*,   good  '   cigars, and soft beds, make it a  pleasant home for all  *  travellers.'  ED.   SANDS,   Prajfefietor   .hu pSjljl.ie.../r'6S-iIi1-:stiy.-?tliut'.:'J.;j-;nni  , just un putiuot ji'.tU^slibjce't; nfl/is .'Hvuiir.- und ;  cdaimliiB prot^^oiij-at'iViiei'';flief jiriHslir.Hiitr:  aotlay, and wlille;uii(iev tlie- British fliijr'i tis;  nruc.ilfsit love, fl-lbok iipoti.tho Brltlsii-ila^us  nn emhluui ofiloyi.nMtl inwv:nntl 'with^u't lo>ve"  Jti-nl law tliis^-:Hfrj'.jW.v.jii'J.:i��q*. jii-4|ji](i 11 lcj''iiii<l -1'  .further ���stntu'.'^iiiT. ;i|i'i;.Vnwjifi'nrii'.-'*;vj-.'SJ^'*'-'-*'-j  xlo'wiV ,the IIji'(f!iiiii'.d.Hli'tili'-ilt',��liroii'jfIjj-1 the--  ��trt-ets- of A t lih,;-\(-lt.1ioii;t;'bloo1l.slie(l soloiilr-i'tV-  ���I liro-it strength'Ito' li-ii-' ti kiiii, ami 1 'tHitilr.  tl hiit ttuy man who will volimt'iirily live under  0.-K,  BATHS  BARBKR SHOP  ].'*. Siiii-:u*s & llnov Dukiiah.  Now occupy their now  (iiinrters next  to tlio Hank of .11. X. A., first, Street.  Tlie bath-rooms are c<i niilly r.a t^ood as found  in  cities.    Hrivate  I'litriiuc* for ladies.  The Atlin Market Ca, Ltd.,  FRESH   DRESSEDJWE^T^also^  POULTRY   OF ALL. TUNDS, .Dressed'to-Ordar.  C.   DOELKER,    Manager.  The KOOTENAY  *��*�����.��*��*��*# P:��r*-.lr^��#****>��*#**>��****b��#*��**^.*^>i8*^l *��'��-(r>.ff^;a>;��s5-..'5'<7'<S"S-fl'e  ���TEL  OPEN    mi AY    AND    MIGHT*  THK  DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTED   ON   STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  K  ���P '.  3!  '6  P  ri  \  fi  P  <  n ���  * m  GOLD     HO'  "TO*"  li  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  st;r.ict:cy jhmi-ist ;oi.asb.  JOE    ROSE,    Proprietor.  S-DA.I3IS     4=.    J..IVPjr?Y     Its-      CONKilS'lllON.  P  O  5*  i?  C  fi  H  &  +���'  rJ  W  a  o  THE   -RUSSELL' MOTEL  DIXCN    CnOTMEiRS,   Rrotprietors  Pool    &    Billiads,    Free.  Frej^htin^ and Teaming &     , Horses and Sleighs Tor Hire.  V.  TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Stt-etsttK, Atlin, B. C.  iFIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CCNIM ECTION.  ciiotccsr mves, Liot'cns and ciuaks���caw. goods a m'lciai iv.  ie  im caflK  iiiKfce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,700,-000.  K-sskkvi1, ^3,000,003.  Hake View Group of Mineral  Claims..  ���Sd-PIUU'E as -J'HV,  ATMS  MlSINII JlrVlKION Ol--  CAStiJAJI J)lKirilICT,  foSH-lWI-JSCI  OK  TUB  I'AhU    VlKW,   GltANI)    VlKW    ASH'   I/A��T  UllASCU XI-WiKMAL CIjA'.MH.    Whkiii: I.O-  ,'    UAa-IMJ-ItKTW.ULN   Hi 11(111 .A S'll IillU'l.DBII  ...    OltliJCKB, 'NOK'J*'-  Ul' il'lNK UllKKK,  f"'r-1A;'lJ'...N()i;X0K. tlitit I,' JI. K. ,-amluMuii,  ."Or.":.!'ti'r��iit.:f'ir \V- U/Jii'o.wii, l-'rc-o Miner's  .Certilk'utc ii'?J,Sil6, ati<l,J. M. Oowiiiiii;, Kreu  ���Minor's Certi-iiciitu l>:i.USlll.,unil John Wootlti,  Kroc Miner!* Guriilloate lilU.SSC, iututitl,'UU  iluys from ilii'i.oTi'ereof tottplily tolliti Mining  Ueoor'tler foivit Cei'tllieitto of liiiiiroviiiiient  for tlie pi'irposuvif olitalii'iiffu Grown Gi-tititr  of tlio above (jfi'oup-of elti'ins: tuid further,  tukp. iiotioi;., tluit nutJon, tttidor section ��7,  initst bo CMiiiuieiic-o'tl before the issuance of  SiVuli C'erfillftite of Inipi'oviMiieiit.  .Dtiteilthis 12lh iliiy of October, JSKM.  :':,������-'���''. ^..V-.-v;- ��� .-;'������. M lit. JAMUJ.S0N, :  "' "���'"���'"       " ��� ���-- K.151. U.   lllll.BIU  Branebes 'Of tihe BaiJk uit Joatt��c,  Stun Francisce,  'Ports ryr.'l,  Sl'K,-e"wajr, c(.i%  Exckax-gc sofcl ora HtM Painte*  Gold Dust Punch a.sun���Assav Oi'kick in Conhi;:<.-tion.  J).  ROSS, M:ui:ii;c:-.  VANCODVES .ENGINEERING WORKS, LTD.  VANCOUVER,'H. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  yarauiic wiinmg Fiacniiier^-  ;'     HYDRAULIC' 'GIANTS, WATER   'GATKS,  RIFPT/K    BARS, STKEl/lUV'I'/rrED    PIPJ',  HOISTS,    MINING  ,CAGKS.'ak��     ORJS   CARS.  . MJ\DZ  T&   SPECIAL   DESitir".  'Write /Hoop ���-f-wucscs   actcj  cults* i\  /GVl^ v\  A  ,../  JiTjCIST,    B.C.,    S^TiEBBaS^S',    DECEMBER    2*4-,    Egt&f  - *>'  ..   r-  ..��� .���..���* .  OCT-   WlSii    AuC  ���>  ��� s  'p:  L* PILLMAN & CO-.  TABLES   4 Jir-UfrlSPEN  ' THE:  IR0..N .'.STORE; '"���  ukajikiis rs  .1  Billiard Tournament.  Tn the sccjiid'<ound of the Koote-  nsiy hillicrd handicap,-D. Ross-beat  P. Grant ; Spears- beat Jainiesou of-  the Xiiy<j,c*L : H.- Youri-* beat B:  Moberle.y ; E.. L.. Pillman beat W.  BlizziuU; ' P. 'Sullivan, beat YV.  Vic-k-.rs. Today, J. H. Richardson  will play Mcl'ar-lauc ;;J. Ciiinmin<>s  v.*-. l\. M.N. Woods;. J. Dnrie vs.'  R. I. )>. Wlianon.  -   The latest magazines-and; papers-  are always on hand at Pillman's.  Hunters' and Explorers.  .\ir\ Shaw McLaren of Avdl'arach  T-.uiu, Scotland, and his brother,  No: in an, Knives." in Atlin two days-  a-jo. and leave today direct' for  Scotland. They travelled on snow  .-hoes for o\ er 200 miles between'  Telegraph Creek and Atl-in, their  object iiuiiit; hunting large game  and scit-ntiliG' ic-earch, and they  pronoun'r- "their trip as- being  iiiolilv --tiisfactor-y. Mr. Norman  Mcl/.nen, whose home is in Ayr,  Scotland, intends returning to this  i'istriet   uexe   spring.    Tlie-; have  !)(.*en    ivo'isisrvrd   at   the   K00te1ii.1v  Hole!.  Local Events.  A midnight service will be held  at the Episcopal Church on Xmas  live.,, to which-aM aie invited.  The Atlin Tradiu Co. are dia-  'lirbuting- some very nic�� caleudais  .witli the compliments oi the season. Any one who visits the store  "will be presented, with a calendar.  L're.'rh Cabbage, Carrots,, Turnips, Beets,, etc., etc.,. "at N. Q.  AY'heeling's..  McDonald's Grocery ��� makes- a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter-.  Fred. B. Wrong invites all his  gentlemen friends in the Camp to a  Xmas dinner 011 Christmas Sunday,  at .*��� p. ru.   1  R.eniember the Grand: Ball on  Monday, Dec. 26th, by the Spruce  Creek Orchestra, at the Grand  Hotel,  A tiki.  r  Baths���Saturdays only���at the  the 0- K. Barber Shop��� 75 cents  ���for winter Otily.  For Xmas Caids and' Calendars,  E. L. Pillman and Co.-have a pretty  'assortment to select from.  Xew Stock of Fancy Calendars  .and Christmas.Cards just arrived,  ��� -C. R. Bourne. -   ';  Xmas Presents--Tea Sets (all  colours-' at Dime's: Also, Enamel  Paints (all colors).  Sauuta Clans will nrake his headquarters at K. L. Pillinan's & Co's  store this Xmas. ' ���  Stables &. Lumsden. make a specialty of Fresh Fggs arrd Butter,  See the Christmas stock of Perfumes, Brush and Comb Sets, Toys,  etc., at C. R. Bourne's.  Full lines of merr'sheavy   under-  groceries <-* and -t'ftetfs-> furnishings  Our stock:' of Groceries -is the most  complete of any iii Camp��� and of th'e;best  quality..      - "  School  Cfosed  for   Holidays.  The Public School- closed yester-  lay fur ihe Christmas holidays-. A  public examination was held in the  morning, at which members of the  Sbhool Board and parents and  friend:, of the children were  in   at-  ���.endancc. The scholars were ex-Clothing at the lion Store,  .nil'ued in the majority of tlie sub-  i'-ct^- taught. The examination,  which was chiefly oral, lasted some  :-vo iioiris. Al the close, addresses  weio delivered by Gold Commission-;:' Eraser and Trustees Frank  Duv.-ling- aird James Stables, irv  ���.'vhi;:li I hey stated- llrat indications  ol ]j|,ogres:> made during the last  term were very marked,, all oi' the  piijuN doing ciedit to their teacher,  Mr. .'d.'lcolm Reid,. who,, it will be  remeinbered-, took over the school  it a iim.it d-inicu.lt time-. Special  i.n:n:ion shoirld be made of the oral'  ���iii,viI'-- of tlie intermediate grade,.  .i:*.'l ���.'.{������a the proficiency of the high-  ".\ '.-rade pupil-- in mental aritlr-  'ui-tii.*, grammer and literature.  'Fit * school- re-o-pens on  Monday,  'f.unary cjth.  - On and after August rs-t and until further notice,.the following WiW  be the rates for lights ;; accounts collectible monthly-::-'���  ELECTRIC    LIGHT    RATES: ��� Installation,  $3:50 per light.  8 Candle Power Incandescent $ 1.73 jpor, month nor litfht  16 �� " 1 ��� " .   3.25 - '      '"-'"' ,   7-  32     .    " " *> 5.50 "*  AH burned-out or blackened lamps will be exchanged for new ones,  'free ��{'charge, if brought to the Company's office, Wit broken ones will  be charged for at'30 cents each.  MODERN STEAM LAUNDRY IN CONNECTION*-- ^^Kii  GUIS   -SOHLUZ, ;.'.::-?v  WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL   BtltlffiR,  "*V��^-V ' ,    "  AT1.IN. " B.   C.  Chicago, Dee. 22nd :���Sir Wilfred Laurier arrived at Chicago  yesteiday.  Vancouver,'' B. C,. Dec. 23rd :-  The Medical- Council of British  Columbia, at a meeting held in  Victoria,, acted on charge against  Dr. Telford of Vancouver, and gave  decision that his certificate should  be cancelled.  Beg to announce  that they have le-  opened and are now  ready for bustr-iess.  They take this opportunity to tiftank  thei? former palrons  and respectfully solicit their fuHlier  pahoriage.      Mrs. M. FEMN,  Proprietress.  las'��     isli  ATLIN-,   U.   C.  SHELF AND  HEAVY:  HARDWARE,  T'n and Granite Ware,  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors a"nd Windows.  Furssituro and Mattress Factory.  SMALIv  - ATLIN-,. li'-. C'/' '���-', �� -   -  BREWERS  OE  LAGER :BEEFU  AND    LARG1C   ORDERS    PROMPTLY    FILLED.  micckmok 10 ]yL FOLEY  GJHEAP   CASH   STORE*  0>TE  PTNIiST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Vgs~to-Batc   Restaurant in   Gonneetian.  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.   '���  (CORNKU   FIKST   AVlvNUIC  AN1)  UISCOVKRY  STRIC1CT,   ATLIN.  &&- f-TJU. LINK OF STAPLE AND FANCY (1ROCERIES.  Flour, Oats.  Chop   Fz^l.   Bran,   ^c, &c  THE  Half-Way House  ��� in 11 Iiiiven fur nil  ti-uvelleva. Tlioinonls  iu-1; 'rett-iiiilliiiir nnd  tlie biHoei-s in tlie-  Imh- us re'i-o��tlii(|K ��f  tlie liuw <vf tlio ��m-ry  inoriiiii��. An itlc-ul  wimincr nud t, iiiti'f  reiolt.  JAMES  CL^K,  ;'        -1'K.OI-KlHTOK.  J  �����  ",  i* I  t I  I.  SI  .-./.


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