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 **'���;  J  -*  , i -  >- .... *.."'���>   ��� ' -7-v: "'."X- ",',(- '-,'  ^fi'JV v ^ a,'"'- v>' '" 7'-'-* ���';���"' =-7-?-.       ''    - '"     "' '"      ";*\*".-\V'~'"vl  >'''.'..-." i   ���      .       ' >���'��'-,   ,'-'r-  ''   ���- " : v*;,;!  f'junis^'W  , ^  ATL  J^CTORl^  ^:  '      Cr.V  " VOL." t4.  '  ATLIN,  B.'C.,'' SATURDAY,    JUNE    9,   .906.  NC. gx.  \��>  .telegraphic:  MINER AND' DUNN  .. SENTENCED FOR LIFE  Colquhouri Will * Serve T-erm  of Twenty-five Years.  VANCOUVER    PEOPLE     INDIGNANT  Because  Brothier, a Vile Monster,  *   .'r. Has, Been Pardoned.      ' .  Attorney General Asked for Man's  Re-Arrest���Packing1 Houses of  "United States Investigated���  Frisco Lost Fully 10,000 Souls  ���Mississippi Town ^Burned-  Spanish Assassin Suicided.  [Sl'BCIAI. TO THE CLAJM.] , . ,  ��� Kamloops, B. C, June ,7.���The  second trial of itihe train fobbers -was  ���concluded on* Friday evening last.  *' All three inen'svere convicted. "Edwards (who svas pro veil, to beJBill  Miner) and Dunn wer-e each senten-i  ced to life imprisonment, while Col-r  quhouu got a term of 25 years.  Vancouver, B. C, June 7.���De-  ���sire. Brothier, a Frenchman who  was convicted in' this" city on a  charge of "procuring" and sentenced  to seven years imprisonment,, .has  ���been .pardoned after.seving but two  years of his sentence. The greatest  indignation is given vent to by the  people and the Government's action  is being-condemned In the strongest  manner possible by both "press and  - pulpit of the coast cities for having  turned at large so vile and inhuman  ���a monster.    -  _ Vancouver, B.'C, June 8.���The  Attorney General of the Dominion  has been asked to effect the re-arrest  of Desire Brothier so that he may be  put on trial on several other criminal  charges. Capt. Tatlow and W. J.  Bowser were the Victoria authorities  requesting this immediate action.  Washington, -D. C, June ,7.���  President Roosevelt has sent a message to Congress demanding the  enactment of thorough regulations  for all packing houses and better  inspection of all meat products.)  The report of the commissioners  who investigated the conditions in  the packing houses .of Chicago  shows the prevalence of a total iu-  difference to cleanliness and ot the  daily occurrence of most revolting  unsanitary practices.  London, June 7.���The English  press is giving much prominence to  the present revelations of the American packing house practices aud  is warning the British consumers to  avoid all American products of any  kind until such time as most sweeping reforms have been enacted and  ���enforced.  New Orleans, La., June 7.���Word  has been received here stating that  the town of Duckbill, Mississippi,  has been almost totally destroyed  by fire. Over eight hundred people  are reported to have been rendered  homeless and practically destitute.  Vancouver, B. C, June 7.���Let  ter received by prominent people in J  this city from San Francisco' stale-  that*' the latest official record -shows,  that fully ten thousand persons are;  known to Lave "perished as the ie-*  suit of the recent earth-quake, and|  fire in that city.  Chief of Police North of this cit3*.  has been suspended from office on  account of tlie alleged inefficiency'of.  the-force under his command.  _, r  Odessa, June 7.���The strikers-  in ' this citj' are assuming a most1  offensive and menacing attitude ;ati  present and the authorities fear ai  repetition of the disturbances and'  ���conflagrations of - last"'June. The  military and-infantry? w,h�� are well,  equipped with machine guns, have  been called out.  London," June "8.���Sir Frederick'  Peeledied here this week.  Chicagof June '8.���"Yesterday was'  the warmest day of the year thus  far in -Chicago,-the temperature ris:  ing,to 91-degrees at 3 o'clock in the  afternoon at the United States weather bnreau.   'The heat -caused" the'  *- i"  deaths  of six persons aud the prostrations of several others. .   .  Ottawa, June "8.���Mr? Cinqmars,  editorial representative' of La Presse  iu parliament, was brought before  the 'bar of ,the House yesterday,.at  the-order .of Mr? Foster, for an arti-,  ele"he had written and- sent" to his  paper. "'There was muchihilarity.iu  the House over what appeared to be  a relic of the dark ages. Cinqmars  appeared at the bar dressed in a  frock coat, _ plug hat ^ andv black  gloves and, after giving his name  and occupation, he asked for one  week in,which toconsultcounsel and,  prepare defense.' This was granted.  The bill re Grand IPrunk Pacific  Branch Lines progressed before the  Railway Committee 'today but was  not passed. As rival roads are obstructing, this discussion has already-  lasted four days. Tire branch to  Hudson Ba3* was passed.  St. Paul, June 8.���A special from  North Branch, Minn., saj-s a tornado  passed about half a mile east of there  last night, tearing up trees and doing heavy damage to farm buildings.  It is feared that several "lives .have  been lost.  New Orleans, June 8.���A cablegram received here, announces that  General Castello arrived at Corinto,  Nicaragua, yesterday aboard the  ship Empire. Castello was one of  the leaders of the revolutionary  party that invaded Guatemala. His  journey is taken to mean the failure  of the expedition.  Vancouver, B. C, June 8,���The  D, G. S. Quadra arrived this morning from Victoria and laid up at No.  3 svharf. The cruiser svas on a  special trip with Ex-Lt.-Governor  Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere and  party.  Madrid, June 8.���Manuel Morales, son of a Barcelona merchant,  and who had been identified as the  person who threw the bomb at King  Alfonso on his wedding day,,was  arrested at Torrejondeardos on Sunday. After his arrest Morales shot  his guard dead and then put a bullet  through his 'own brain. -Both *the  citizens and his-own father 'refused  to bury Morales'body.      . -    -  <gen.er5vl news.  It is learned from Madrid' that'  King Alfonso aird bis bride'had a'  narrower -escape from death on their  wedding-day than was at -first supposed. 'The carriage hi "which they  svere 1 iding was entirely demolished.  A part of the bomb? which exploded  with a* terrific'detonation, tore away  a' chain from the king^s breast  which was holding -the *decoration  of the Order of Santiago. The explosion killed 20 people and injured  60 otlieis. Five.-tif the injured will'  die. Among '-the billed were Capt.  Barrossa, commanding .the king's  escort, the Marquis Colosa -and  daughter? several -officers, (Citizens  and soldiers. Two of the horses  which svere-drawsng the Icing's carriage were-also'kil'lefi. SEhe assault  was made' by anarchists who threw  a bomb from the balcony of the only  house in Madrid" Which is owned by  the -*queenjmoth*er. "-"T-he" 'deadly  missile was " hurled straight at the  kingts carriage, and had it not been  deftecteel by a telegraph wire, which  it struck in midtair, it would have  fallen , at his feet. * Xhe explosive  fell to the ground near 'the carriage  of Grand Duke Valdiniir, the repre-1  senta'tive oL'the Russian Emperor,'  who miraculously escaped nninjur-'  ed. The king and iqueen showed  the greatest calmness. Immediately  the former .quietly alighted from* the  carriage, assisted the queen 'to do'  likewise and escorted'herto another  carriage which was xpaickly provided for.them, and .they proceeded to  the palace. Neither .of them showed,  the slightest evidence*��! excitement,  ithough both wept when .they reached their apartments. During the  ���excitement >in ithe Streets the assassin  escaped. Five men: were'arrested  on suspicion but the'guilty "party  was not secured*. ��� The people postponed the fetes which were planned'  for the celebration of the nuptials.   '  A -slight shock-af earthquake svas'  fdlt:at-San Francisao on June ,5th.  '   The first-boat to Jeave Whitehorse.  for Dawson this season got away on  June 2nd with xo��i passengers.   K  ���Congressman Adams, of Pbila-*  delphia, committed suicide last week  by shooting ihiniself in the mouth.   ^  Michael Davitt, -the Irish patriot,*  died'in Dublin on May 30th. His  last illness was started with a .toothache and blood poisoning resulted,-  Senator Smoot, of Utah, apolyga  mist, aud Senator JBurton, of Kansas, svho was recently convicted of  a   crime,   have "been expelled from'  their seats in the -U, .S, -senate.     t  Late Shanghai despatches state-  that secret societies are forming an  uprising in Yingshau province. The  British gunboat Snipe has been ordered along the coast to -the scene  of trouble.  1  At 3-fcenfton,   a suburb of Seattle,  last week a, 1,5 year old boy named  Nelligan was arrested on charges of  having   criminally   assaulted    aud  slabbed   to death and buried au 11  year old girl named Millhuff.    A  later   despatch  states  that it"i-GT-p&-  lieved .the boy is not guilty.  At a .meeting'in Seattle'last sveeit  the directors of the Alaska-Yukon  ���Exposition, fixed the dates forvthe  fair at'from June'6 to September jjq,  1909. The site of "the fair has jict  yet been decided upon.  At Caldwell, Idaho, .011 June, 211S,  the trials of Moyei, Pettiboiie, Hay-  wood and others, charged ,with.the  murder of ex-Governor Steuuen-  berg 'of that state, has been,postponed fill next December.  A late arrival at Seattle ifronTSatt  Francisco says, besides requiting  further  assistance .to the extent o'f  1  a million dollars, that it: will be.five  years before the city will be clear o'f    s  debris   and   ready to 'start anew to  build, up along lines as wonderful as  those of the old San Francisco.  1  When the British battleship Montagu was wrecked in Bristol channel  last   week   her   cresv was rescued.  The Montagu was a first class  battleship   of  14,000   ton, , 19   knots,, ,  -speed,   18,000,horse power engines, ���*���  and carried 16 guns in her .primary  battery. , She was launched in-.1901."  . A San Francisco despatch of 'the,  ist   irist,   -said:*"All building 'has  been discontinued here.    The insur-   ,  ance-cr.mpauies are not paying their ���,_  losses.as it was expected they would" -  do.    Thousands  of'workmen have  been .discharged *on -account of a  lack', of funds.    No ��� information is  available as to the date upon which  the uclaims   against .-the insurance  companies' will be settled.  On June ist at La Cananea, Mex-  ica, striking miners attacked and  killed 4*5 Americans at the mines o'f  the 'Greene Consolidated Copper  Mining Co. Col. Greene, the principal " owner, escaped. The Mexi- *  cans afterwards -burned the town to  the ground. Troops were sent to  the scene of the' trouble". 'The strikers declare that no Americans can  work'there uiitilrthey get the wages  they, ask for.  At B��rjon, Caucasia, on May 31,  two bombs were hurled at General  AlichauofF, Governor of .Kutais, as  he was boarding a train. He was  seriously wounded and seveial Cossacks were killed. The Cossacks  then fired into the crosvd which -was  assembled aud killed many persons.  Houses which .many of .the fugitives  entered were set on fire and burneE  to the gronnd. AlicbauOu' is regarded as a tyrant.  -New Arrivals.  June 2���C. Stark, John Birtant,  E. Wilkinson, J. Stenipmett, C.  Sutherland and .wife, J. Petty, G.  H. Abbott, J. A. Smith, E. E���  Queen and Ed. Hafkins. June 5���  M. Foley, S. Lucas, .'J. W. McKay,  J. C. Carruthers, -G. W. Adams, 3L  G. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. "Young, K.  Matheau.and T. Harris. June-S���  M. Johnson, Thos. Fords, C. "Bac-  bramer, J. T. Vault, H. B. Warren,  G. E. Mitchell, C. J.Taillien, JB..  James, H. Williamson, 'S. D, J?leix-  iug, R. Pratt, G. W. Cummings, <G~  Stanford, F. Engelhorn, A. .Fclgc;  S. Anderson, J. O. McXeoS, P. ��"��.  BrackeM: and M. R. Jfanfesan.  \   it*  - ,1  -A'  ���y" J"'  -,' ���*���-  ��� , i*- *���< ** ,  ' &  '    ' �� \P  7-^ft  ��� '\y  1  s  -J\  r. n  "*?' 'MS-l  1'/  l  A*  ATLIN,   EL   C���    SATURDAY,.   JUNE    9.    1906  rtV  lie Atlin Claim.  ��HEA'1LIN CLAIM in nunusHCD cvciiv.GAiunoAr  MortMlNr,. mailcu rncc to amy part or THr.  woriLD ron no ccrtss pen month , sa.oo pen  vcAn. AovcnTiniN^ iiatcs : si.oo pen inch each  iNscnTiofi; ncAaiNu -joticz-;. ?s cent*, a uhe.  fcl-CCIAl.   PATC3,  Ori    APPLICATION.  -KW-  .SO'-J. HKlNTiNfe :  ILL-HEADS, POSTCnS, VIQIT1MC.   CA.1QF;,  tcTTCH-KCAOs,. enocnAMMcs,,   ETC., K.TO,  onDcna phomptly ekxcuxcs.  PniCCR   MQPL-IIATE.  The ATr.xn Claim Puiimsiunci Go.,.1.tii.  *  TV.   PoiiliAjin.    Chant,    Li)iTon-JlAH.\nr.n.  Never iir the history of this ciis-'  "fcrict has such energy in quartz/mining been manifest as duri:-�� r>ie  present- season. Finds arc. bring  continually reported svith. siuf.ici.*  showings rich'enough to wnrivint a  man expending all his ei.ergy rmd  morrej' in attempting to prove-up,  A close study of, Mr. Gwyllini's  geological map svill'shosv formations  that1 in other mining camps-have  groved rich, mineral producers���  formations that; have made millionaires and builded, cities.  Quartz development is exceedingly slow and-'oft-times���in fact generally���very trying work. full;, of  worries- and. sometimes disappointments.   '  To the man of"tlie pick and"drill;,  the man svith tlie small means and  heavy-pack.���slick to it,, your, time  will come���perhaps not this season,,  but this is not the last. Have ner.v.e  and*j-oinTl surely win-out,  svith the- probable exception of  Atlin,. where it is looked upon as a  sin to drink the stuff and the charges  in consequence are higher."  While  it is possible that either  good  water  or good whisky 'costs  more in Atlm than what is paid for  .these  staple articles- of camp life in  the coal town, still', Atlin people arc  not proud .of having been held up lo  the  lights of the  world  as the one  Jcanip in- British Columbia in which'  lit  is  considered  a transgression to  drink, anything but liquor,, and, although, sve  do  not desire to sit in  ,j,udgmcnt ou  the  man.   svho.  does  quill-stunts for the- Ferine- paper sve  cannot, after Heading his- selC-deduc-  ting effusiou, bub arrive at the general  conclusion, that the ai*l of burdening himself, svith  countless- low  grade samples of these  two lliirsl-  'queuehuig (or thirst-creating) commodities, has played, terrible* havoc  ss'iih his mental steariug, gear...  ai Goods  wwtt'wwyt  Wiiv sr.sii out tviiE*-, you can cisj: goo us as cheii* nrsiir. ?  '" --'Atlin, Nugget and   Gt-Ejse'"Ringa  anil ull-liincU or'Jewelry iniinn  fnetured on tlio premises.        .    l.'ino  Nov.   Studs   of   Wstcires,   Clocks,  Jewelry .nwf   Diamonds  Watches from i?,"..00 uj>. ���    Aii'jnts for Columbia (rrrtnioplioiies.    -        '  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JOiES    E6fiEST"*S"50N,-   ATtlK  A-KD-SISCOVKRY;     ���  safety Deposit vauita.'   ' Watchmakers 'and Manufacturing Jewclrs.  IN:  They  are   Waiting   foi*   You I  1 ,"���?*���*  .as^JLJ&rgrains  Si>,  FULL  Ir^-IU - H&t& and, Dry Goods,  Caa'pd'is sis3d JtcirseyFairssEsMnfES* t  LINE    OF    BOOTS    ani>   SHOES,.,  also    GOLD   SEAL "'HIP   GUM;  BOOTS.  ��  .��  Br  Ailsn and  '��9   Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  :   The mam who-, has a--' mountain' of  ore is, tlie. man to let keep the same,.  In the- world- of'affairs���trade- and  politics.���very little can be daimed  ���to* be- done for, love of fairness or  principle. People are therefore al-  svay.s- justified in. looking for. the  motive;.  Canadian Pacific -Railway; ..Company.  7.  It is a very regrettable- fact- that  ���with the* discovery of new.   mining  ..fields   there is-always-an-abundant"  crop   of.  law   suits,.     Many   arise  through* the carelessness of. the locators of. claims failing to* comply  with  the* provisions of the mining  laws.    In; British:  Columbia   these  laws   are- fair*,   simple and easy to  comply with and}.- svhile  one- may  feel  sorry for the- unfortunate man  who either losses-or has- a- big.  expensive   fight  to- hold- bis-ground,,  still   he- is-���in  many such cases���  often   primarily   the  cause , of   the  trouble.    Si* other cases it  is  the  greed  of. men. to get something for  nothing..   The  safest way to- hold  mining claims is- by Crown Grant.  Then,  the- holder is safe.    He has  title and; no sale can be   balked   by  the hold-up man���the usual tactics  ol   jumping.    An  owner  who-svill  Crown   Grant   his  property shows-  more   interest   and   faith  than* the  man svho docs not.    Crown   Grant  3"our   claims   before  you shosv the  other fellow.' they arc  worth   fighting for.  ilir nature there is always a* svani-  ing before an. attack���though) short  at times.- You.aLways hear, the buzz  of the bumble bee before the sting���  the hiss- of the snake before the  strike. Man is- the exception���  'strikes'-first and. hisses after?.  >0��    f2*0  s*s.  2,  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.'  r  Prissoess 'Beatrice,' J?mhz��  t ' 1  AMUR,    .,' .'-/"' - '"-' '. ' "' ' -  Siiili'nir fnorn Skagway 8 p.m��  Direct to-Vancouver-and-Victoria,      !,-.  Transporting by rail oi> steamer to Seattle without extra'eliar'ije..  14 & 2��.  SVo'rLyc tiuiek service.     No intcrnieitiate calls.  Ifoc rates or information apply to  H.  The-, man.' with the.- - "wobbly  lamps'" who. cannot look you in the  face when- you. s'peak to him'is a  'man* to<give-a wide birtli to. "If the  face is-, not the; external: fac- simle. of  thesouL. it is-at least a, good steam  gtiage-to-t-he pressure-within.  B. Dunn,,-,  Agriit, Sltugway.  ���>���'��.����������������>�� 9-�� �����������������'��������� f^O^*-H-������<  *��  '*  The citizens of Fcrnie recently  refused to give the Crow's Nest  Bass Goal Co. a ten-year franchise  aird,. as that company own the present water supply and. in consequence of said refusal have raised  the water rate of the ordinary consumer, to $6o a year, the citizens of  'that town claim to have a. kick com*-  ing. The Fcrnie Ledger, iii summing up the situation, published  the water rates charged in several  neighboring tosvns and. cities and  took, solace- in the opinion- "that  ^Tcrtiis people pay the highest water  .Tales   of   any toww in the province  Atliato Lodge,  THE., GOLD  .HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  C, H��� NISSEN,. * -    -���-    Proprietor.  Restaurant) iii Connection ETiuTor  New and Capable Management. '-    '  I  . ....       - ��� - ...  '<��>������������������ ��'�������� ��*��*������������������������� ��'kSiO^��> ��� �� ��� ��� ��<��������������< ���� ��-c7c. mihi'i �� ��� ��^-  <4**4#4tf*&4**^4&-<4<**^^  A. F. fSt-.A.M  Regular comniunica-  tions helfl. on. the iirst  Tlinrsflay o��*each month  in tho A...O. I/. W. Hull,  Third Street..  Visiting brethren cordially invitcdl  |!^^Ae>Ar%)iiV��^^V*^/*^A>VS^^^V*M-^yN  Fine tree S^oies  ��ISCOVERY,. B..' C.  A Strictly  Fii-st-Qass  Hotel.  Etaf.. SANDS,,  Proprietor.;  Clioicesti WineSj-Liquors and Cigars  The- Diiiihg-Roomy under the management* of. Mrs.. T.. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes, the best meal in town.  Advertise  When  District  to   Friends  "VIEW-OF ATLIN''  .Writing Paper,  i  !*  ������� ���� ��-��-��<&-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��^>  Hampton. &.   Duria^ Proprietors.  Discovery^  O-KSM DAY'AND NIGBCT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT'  IN-  eONNECTIOW,.  H<onflrimirtei*R for Dixon'* <ira��?e.  Is. to advertise and promote  the   interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!  . ��� ^6 ^6 ii& .-       ' .-    ' ;���  '    ' '   * - -     .   ' ��� " . ���' *    *       ,    (    -  ���9  i|**aiiP#*a��JRWi^ft<^^  .t.r  ���<H  ,.i<t  ft  ti<i  i p  - 'i  ?'A  n  s M  1.J  1 4��  /\  .ATLIN,-,B. C,   SATURDAY,   JUNE  9,   1906  DIS ARM A.VIE "���IT.--.-,  We have outgrosvn the helmet  and  the cuirass,       t, .  The spear, the arrosv and  javelin���  These crude inventions of a cruder  age,  When men killed men loshosv their  love of God,  United in this one thought, all svar  greatest king.  We'have outgrown the treed of svarl  ���Should men  Unite   in ' this one thought, all svar  svould end.  Disarm   the  svorldj" and   let all nations meet  Like   men, not monsters, when disputes arise. 'I  When   Crossed opinions .tangle into  sii'irls-"*--'   ������        ���        -  .Let courts untie them, and not armies cut.  When  state .discussions'* breed _dis-  ������ -Isensions," let-   '.',=.   '  Union and arbitration supersede  The hell-cieated implements of svar.  Distu nr lhe svorld! and bid destructive thought  Slip like a serpent from  the  mortal  mind  Down  through 'the marshes of ob-  '    - -liviori; arrd soon ��� - -  A race of gods "shall risel    Disarm 1  .   ,      Disariri!   ' ,  '--.,-.*      ,   , ���Ella Wheeler ,Wilcox.-  Any man or woman who starts out to better his or her condition by rendering that of  another w orae, makes.the most radical mis-  Sake of his oi* her life.���Exchange. ,  . This looks 'all right, ���"but is it  sound? I would like to ask the  writer of the-above paragraph -how  I can better my condition, no matter  hosv little, without-tendering ,the  condition of someone else worse. I  cannot even take "a job, no matter  hosv" insignificant', without''taking it  from someone else. The statistics  issued by the governments of North  America tell us that there are always over a million  and a half per-  sons-out-of employment all the time.  "* i  Hosv then can I take a job without  keeping someone'else out of a job?  Tliat's svhy we have tramps; thnl's  why tramps are inevitable, under  the system; that's .svhy, as-a -well  knosvn sviiter has so ably explained,  that a tramp is a hero. But shall  we all go tramping becai.se of this?  We can't all be "heroes" and starve  to death. Under the capitalist sys-  tctn none should be blamed for bettering' his or her condition when  able lo do so. If sve refuse to better our condition when opportunity  offers, and il can only be done at  the expense of others, there is but  one thing left for us���tramping. A  nation of tramps, s\rere such'-a thing  conceivable, could not inaugurate  equality. ' '   ,  -,'A Winnipeg gentleman who,owns  a fine automobile has a servant vvho  is a son of Erin. Paddy has a  mangy old nag without pedigiee,  upon which the master often, cracks  a joke. One day last' week?-seeing  Paddy.carefully rubbing down the  disreputable  old  horse," the  master  said:     *"    ' _    '    ""  / "Patrick^ do 3rbu knovvthe dam  of that horse of yours?" ' - -"  ��� "I don't," sor?" 'said-. Pat, slowly,  "but be jabersl do know that  ca-r-r av ybur'osvn is dammed by  ivery wan afut in the city!" *   ,  ^:i��*ssro^:irama3?-3^r,irrei^  'i  gl        ���YS'* -{ "ft . /STW       A A. /&i>        <4   A  I"       '        '��� (  WE  M  rice List  NOTICE.  ��� ��  SIXTY" Days afterdate we intend to upplj'  u to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds  and Works, Victoria, B. C, for'permissionto  purchaso.,the following land situuto orr  Windy Arm," Bennett Division, Cassiar District, commencing- at a post on North West  corner of Lot 72, thence -10 chains West along  North Boundary line, 60th pnrnllol latitude,  thence 20 chains South, thence East 40 chains,  thence 20 chains North along West boundary  of Lot 72 to place .of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.  "'Located May 10th,-1906*.   "  W. A. ANDERSON,  jly2S CHARLES PUGSLEY".   '"'  nS>Q<$-�� ��*�����"�� t ��� ��"��>"��� ������'����������������������� *Q>  'nm85Si*Sffli5'5EEg^^  INCE the 31st of Octcmber, a  - young man about 182 years of  age of a very tall,' complexion, hair  straight, curly teeth-and yellojv eyes.  He had"- on a macearorircoat-triin-  med with, sawdust, a jSvliitC slop  made bf3'elldw flannel, "green calico  .trousers lined*-with, cod' liyer oil.  Wellington boots laced up ^behind."  He,had a barber's pole in one hand  and a wooden carpet bag iii the  other, consisting of a rat trap and a  petrified j*oal heaver, .and hewas  last seen crossing Atlin Lake svith  his le'gs tied in a knot'and his'head  under his arm, singing "Au Revoir"  through his nose.. It-appears he  met a superannuated'body "snatcher,  who struck him -in the stomach  with a pork sausage, causing him  to have au attack of the collywob-,  bles, and an old lady' who witnessed  the above outrage was so horrified  that she fell down and struck her  head against a feather bolster, causing a wound four feet deep, which  bled so much that it washed an elephant into a ditch ancl drowned a  dog that wasn't there.  Whoever will give such information lo his afflicted parents svill be  kindly resvarded with a tripe medal."  His father earns his living .by carrying tre"acle in a sack, being his only  means of subsistence. You can't  mistake the above rparty when you  see him, he svalks stooping upright,  caused through ssvallosving a young  bicyclet when he was a baby.  N.B.���The Royal Hotel -Dining  Room serves the best meals iu the  camp.���Sunday dinner is a treat.���  Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Props.  '     -y  .&  Edwards &  Buchanan  assumed  control of tlie '  Royal  Hotel -.,,""  Dining"  Room  on May 31st.  O  pM^ff.iMi^^  HICES!  -Strange We never thought of it before 1  ��*��-*-fr-">-*  ^>03>�� ��� �� "I ��� ��-��-��;�������� >Mt ��-��-��-l-��-��-��-��-��-��3>  vrtt \Jurie* Pri��@ List is Mew- Readyf ,  .    ������������      - ' * ��� '  .  UR' .Printed Price 'List just seems to fill a long felt need, as', when  our'*'patrotis "receive it on the first of the month the>* know exactly  what goods "will cost'them during the month, and it is a great assistance  in making,up ah order.. ' ' ". j  * *   " ' '       > ���  We'have a large  Stock of Goods now on the way in  ,   ' '   and we will" place'them in  the  Store  at  Lowest  Possible ���*  ".Prices, FOR".CASH, in'Case Lots. , ' /  ".-7 V; ��� <-,.-  , .     , You are always sure 'of the  Best  Quality of Goods at the.  "   - .    '.,"-, A. T. COMPANY'S STORES.    , ",    ..    ,-'  1   ���        ' -.j:-.. - '. ��� ���       j ��� :       ��� - ���-    ���        -        -*'.*.-      ".''���,  .;    '  Goods .delivered  promptly op the  Creeks, and in  Town. .  -���'.,;,-/ '      -f   -If -you  are  not  already  a  customer  it*  . .:-"*:     .    '   i-will   pay you  to give  us a trial order." '   ,  Cr  ��>    <$>. <�����'"��>    J*    J&    t��r  �����*��*-c����*a*��*">*a*��<c>a*a'��m*��"*x*^  The; Atlin. Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,, also *  ��� ������?.".   "POULTRY OF ALL.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.: PQELKER;'Manager.    ��� !  ���&*0^c*-K<*a^��K'0��<m*'a^^  '���  ^SUCCESSORS TO-  THOMAS   &   BENWELL,  Wholesale' -Wine   anfl  Spirit  Merchants,  Vancouver, B.-C.  P. O. Box 102.  The  Canadian l Bank   of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  Reserve,  $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  '  /::.. 1 Skagway, ete.  ,, Exchange sold on all Points*    '  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  -���-���'���' D. ROSS, Manager.'  1   1 ���       ,,  A^^VV^^VA'^-A^(VVVv*-A-'^AA"-''^0^  ~    s ,  - -' 1  -' * j" - ���  -*   ".I  -" -v"l  -   I  I  ' I, ll'  ATLIN/  B.   C.,    SATURDAY.   JUNE " 9/ ' 1906.  , r  111  w  \\'k  Itr  HP  ���A  lis.  l!-i  j >.  ��� M  Id: '  l?!"  I,!  M1'  J"*'i  r  1  17')  ���y  Local Events.  Fresh garden and flower seeds  aud onion sets at C R. Bourne s.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pillman's.  McDonald's Grocer3* makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  F. H. Brackett and M. R. Jamie-  son this week paid a visit to the  towns on Windy Arm.  Mrs. Walter. Owen and children  will leave per next Tuesday's boat  on a visit to North Vancouver and  other coast cities.  Souvenir Postals.���Several nevv  designs just arrived atC. R. Bourne's.  'Born.���At St. Andrew's Hospital on June 2nd, to the wife ot H.  R.Whitfield, a son. 'Mother-and  child are doing nicely.  Dixon & Schul7 had the misfortune to suffer the loss by death on  Thursday night of a* work mare  which was valued at over $350.  Mrs. Dr. Young, who had been  en a visit to friends and relatives in  eastern, Canada for some time, re-  . turned to town on Tuesday's boat,  having been met at Skagway by the  doctor.  The tugboat Blair Athol was  busy during the early part of the  week collecting logs which were  ' washed over the local lumber company's boom during the gales of  last December.  The firm of Dixon & Schulz lately purchased the complete draying  outfit, including two teams of horses,  drays, sleighs, etc.,-which were formerly operated,by Mr. J. Christian.  Early this week Mr.*Chas. Queen  paid a deposit on the purchase price  ior the ranche of Jas. Cullen, which  is.situated at the south end of Surprise lake. The consideration is  reported to be $1,000.  E. Rosselli received a wire this  week - stating that R. A. Jackson,  of Atlin, had won the first money  in the Derby sweep conducted by  the Strand Hotel, Vancouver.- The  prize amounts to $1,400.  Never lose sight of the fact that  I keep on hand at both my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  .of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to.���J. T.Regan.  As the result of having on Tuesday evening participated in a friendly wrestling bout���for ..which he is  famous (?)���Mr. James Cullen, alias  "Cassiar," is suffering from the  effects of a dislocated shoulder and  is occupying a bed at St. Andrew's  Hospital, where he is receiving  every care and attention.  Jas. McPeak and Hy, Kimball,  two of the "would sooner sleep than  work" and "sure thing" variety of  biped who arrived in camp last  week, have had their records looked  up by the police and on Thursday  they were given an audience at the  office of Chief of Police Owen, who  withdrew from them the freedom of  the camp and notified them to leave  on yesterday's boat, which they did.  Mr. J. A. Smith, formerly manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Fort Frances, Ont., arrived  in Atlin Saturday last to take over  the management of the local branch  of that institution from Mr. Donald  Ross, who has been appointed manager of Skagway branch of the bank,  Mr. Ross, who had resided in Atlin  for over three and a half years and  had made friends by the score, left  on Tuesday for his new post and  was escorted to the boat by a large  numbers of well-wishers who gave  him three cheers and a "tiger"  when the Scotia left her wharf. A  few hours prior to his departure, Mr.  Ross was waited on by a number of  his frienda and presented with a  handsome gold watch. (  ,        Mining Notes.  High water has not occurred as  yet this season  on Boulder creek.  Tom Vatighan and Pat Foley are  busily engaged pushing development work on their Fourth of July  quartz properties.  Mr. H:B. Warreu, financial agent  for the Northern Mines Ltd., and  Mr. G. E. Mitchell, engineer for lhe  company's steam .shovel, arrived  from Vancouver yesterday.  Jake Christian went to Fourth of  Tuly creek this week to commence  further development work on three  quartz   claims   in   which" he holds  large interests.        ' '  The damage which was caused  the early part of last week by a land  slide on Spruce ou Lambert and  Reams' and- adjoining claims has  been repaired and sluicing, .has been  resumed.  E.. J. de Lamare, manager for the]  Societe Miniere on Boulder creek,  svas in town for a few hours Monday and informed us that the operations of his company are proving  ver3*7 successful from both standpoints of yardage ,of gravel being  moved and value of gold obtained.  On Saturday last an earth slide  caused some damage to that portion  of the . ditch of the Spruce Creek  Power' Co. which is directly opposite  the pit of the Northern Mines Ltd.  The slide svas from the hillside above  the ditch, which was completely  filled for several yards. It was indeed fortunate for the3'Northern  Mines Ltd. that the water was not  flowing through the'ditch when the  slide occurred, for, had such'" been  the .case'the compauy's-pit would  have been washed full "of gravel  from the sldehill, thereby causing  tremenduous damage and delay of  operations. -:  .  The Amalgamated McKee Hydraulic Co., S. H. Plumbe manager,  had their first clean-up of the season  ou Monday, when from 4-oJieet of  their 50 odd feet of riffles they obtained 433 ounces of gold, netting  close on $7,000 for a 17 days' run.  Piping was commenced 10 days  earlier than last season and, with  a judicious use of powder both for  bull-dozing and in drifts, a large  3rardage of gravel has been moved  with most satisfactory results. As  operations were somewhat hampered  by some 'difficulty with tailings at  the opening of the season, the manger is well satisfied with the first  clean-up of'06 aiid is confident that  bis company will score another successful season's output.  THE IRON STORE.  dust   to   Handi  maumamtm  Jh  Fresh  Onions, Granges,  Apples,   Lemons,  (Our Goods���Always the Best.  .Our Prices���Cash or Credit���As Low.as'the Lowest.  .STABLES & LUMSDEN.  northern Brewing Company, Oil  ATLIN, B. C  Brewers  of L&ger Beer and Porter*  ' SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  W!&&&i&W!&  ���fftfcfP.ftM-9***- 0m**&&  OPEN DAY-AND NIGHT,  THKv DINING-ROOM" IS CONDUCTED ON  STRICTLY FiRST-  '   '-. CLASS   PRINCIPLES. - -"        -.-  THE AOYAL HOTEL  DIXON   "i.   SCHULZ,   Proprietor*.  Corner Pearl and Fiest Streets, Atlin, B. G.  $  Stables & Lumsden carry "a stock  of good groceries. ���    '  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 and 86 per cent, at  Regan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  FIRST   CtASS. RESTAURANT   IN   CONWECTIOW.  CHOICEST WINES, UQUORS MS CIGARS CASH SOODS A SPICIAW-  Heated  By   Its  and   Lighted  Own    Plant  "\L  Fine  Sample   Rooms  For Commercial Me��  WHITE PASS HOTEL  ���a  P.   D,  T*  McMILLAN,  Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon,  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  VWVMV*^^^^V^^V^^^^^V^^VO'^/V^^*V>A*'*k'"^^^^^V��^tAA^i^^^^^  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc.  Assayer and  && Chemist  Gonrad  City,   Y. T.  dee Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -   -   -   Discovery, B. C.  W'<^"V*l*A*rt'Aft*/"AAV^"VVW*V*��AAA^  Executed Cheaply,  Promptly and Satisfactorily.  c  ,.. THE CLAIM OFFICE.  V>vVVVVVWW'><**A*VlVV*"-AAA/VW  ���^VVWWWWWV-j*-*-*^***^  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  O.K.  BARBER SHOP.  AND  FIRST STREET. -   -  F. SHIELDS,  ATLIN.  Prop.  HOT BATHS So cts.  Tho- bathrooms are equally a�� good a* I bunt"  in eltie*."  Frtrato Ent*ftn*oo-farfc��ffiefi.  Fresh Eggs and Butter a Specially  ������   AT  ^TVtir"*sr'?orvTssT"'^'M^~r*,T*'"';  ��-*y��-#��i*>nt���|Ep. ���vmwv-*!*^  ':��

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