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 a  A  VOL.   .|.  ATLIN. H. C, SATURDAY,   MARCH,  23,   rqoi  NO.  SS.  JUST  Our.Spring Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  Selected to suit the taste and needs  of the Ladies of Atlin.  In Men's Furnishings' wc can show sonie fines in  FANCY    SHIRTS  HOSIERY  SUSPENDERS  UNDERWEAR  FINE AMERICAN SHOES  GOLD SEAL COOTS  GOLD SEAL SHOES". '  CLOTHING.  We havo a Fine lino of English ancl'French Briar Pipes.  OUR�� STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  " PRECES REASONABLE.  BLACKETT & CO.  ATLIN DISTRICT,  Its  Geology   and    Auriferous  Deposits:    '  . The Old Valley Gravels of Pine .and  Spruee Creeks.���III. ���  The "point from which the old  valley gravels of   Pine  creek   cease  ���' to he traceable as a deposit in place  is marked by the'sudden culmination of its..south side benches,  which; the observer, - will have  noticed, is the characteristic feature  of the first few-'hundred feet below  Discovery claim. Up to this point  they rise , gradually - in elevation  from the direction of Gold Run,  here culminate, then as gradually  fall away to the fiat rocky bench  ground at the mouth ofHtevcrdyke  gulch.  Immediately west of this mor'ainic  ridge a glacial stream of some magnitude appears lo have come in from  the'south or south-east and joined  the old vallev, which it thence follows westward; probably occupying,  but not culfing deeply, if at all, into  . Ihe ancient bedrock. Glacial action, in fact, so far as surface indications show, has dispersed the old  deposit from .here downward, and  in this dispersion the glacial stream  mentioned may have been an important factor. Il emerges at about  the elevation of the main iloor of  the old valley, its gravels glaciated  and quite distinguishable from those  of the pre-glacial stream; but immediately il turns westward il loses  this individuality and granite detritus, derived, from the older bed,  wholly changes its aspect. Its  silly covering, formerly bluish in  colour, now as.Miines a yellow, rusty  appearance, which is maintained for  a mile or more, or so far as its channel has been traced in its onward  course, south of, but parallel with  that of the present creek.  From these   indications   il would  appear as M" the direction of the pre-  glacial river was that followed by  these later streams, although nowhere below the foot of Discover}'  basin have iis gravels been found  undisturbed and in place.  If a line be drawir from this point  of disappearance  due  south across  1 the Pine-Spruce   valley,of   today.it  I would cut Soruce creek at the exact  1  j point at which the, pre-glacial deposits of -that creek cease likewise  to exist as a deposit in place...Moreover, it. would be found that the  floors.of the two deposits are practically of' tbe same elevation, 620  feet above Atlin lake. The conclusion to be drawn from this coincidence has yet to be worked out.  From 'his point eastward the  yellow gravels are distinctly traceable for a distance of five or six  miles up the valley, or as far as  Ragle Point; confined, mainly, to  the south Mde oi the present creek,  although also" in evidence under  the north benches for half a mile or  more before their final disappearance rAs in the case of Pine creek,  a glacial stream emerges in the immediate \icinily ,of this sudden  termination "of the old deposit on  Spruce, and the shallow diggings  of the creek, which extend from  No. 80 to No. 135 below, undoubtedly owe their great richness to a  concentration ' by both the glacial  and present, stream of these old  gravels.  Unlike Pine creek, Spruce offers  every opportunity for the successful  exploitation of this pre-glacial run  by hydraulic methods. The gravels  lie on the rim of the present creek,  which for a considerable distance  has a grade exceeding 2 per cent  with suitable dunipage ground below. The quantity of water im-j  mediately available is certainly  somewhat limited, save when the  creek is.in flood (then 2500 inches),  but an inexhaustible supplv lies  convenient should operations be  undertaken on a scale commensurate with the values known to lie  within lire gravels,  Drills run Iron') 100 10,150 feet' in  Ihe ancient deposit have paid from  $510*5,10 a cubic yard, a rand.mi,  ifio   vanN   in    one   block    having  f  given a wash-up of iSofio, an avei-  age of $6 a yard. The concentrations are of course much richer, 70  ounces to two men drifting lo'lhrce  davs 011 the-glacial run being.re-  ported as the latest winter record;  the claim from which this was  taken being a few hundred feet up  stream from thai on, which the S4  ounce nugget of 1899 was garnered  from the rim of, the present stream  bed, ��� .     .  , It cannot be doubled that Spruce  creek will al a very early- date be  taken up as an hydraulic proposition from end to end. lis upper  and lower reaches are even now  about to undergo preliminary development, backed by Vancouver,  Chicago and Cincinnati capital; and  while the central portion, that of  the pre-glacial gravels,- is yet in the  hands of the individual miner���so  far as concerns the shallow diggings  of the present stream���therefore "in  statu quo," its pre-"glacial bench  deposits can be exploited for many  years to come with' little, if any,  disturbance to the busy creek miner.  It is merely a question of time,  money and engineering skill, and  capital is even now watching the  camp with interest arid with evergrowing confidence in its unrivalled  opportunities for long and profitable  investment.   ���  -To be continued.-  to spend $150,000 in de\e'opmei:l.  'Ihe ground will be ;hoioughly  prospected, aud a.s s-oon as navigation opens a steam driPer will be  hi ought in. II lhc results warrant  a hydraulic plant -'wi-il be at once  installed. .,      ' -  CONTRACT SIGNED.  1     >  The 'contract for driving on bedrock, on the Race Horse property���  Pine Tunnel .Syndicate���from No.  3 shaft was lei by the trustee, Mr.  Browulee, to J. W. Macintosh within 24Jiours, after the money was as-,  sured. "The men who put down  Nos. 2 and 3 shafts were given the  preference, and Mr. Macintosh was  the lucky tenderer. cThe trustee  undertakes to keep the shaft and'  drill free of water and il is no small  task. Mr. R. D. Fealherstonhaugh's  steam pump and hoist is already on  the ground.  THE SUNRISE Co.  Work   to   Be   Tone  This   Season   on   Pine   and  Spruce Creeks.  Among   the   arrivals  this  week  was Mr. J. M. Ruffner,  manager of  the   Sunrise   Hydraulic Company.  We learn from Mr. Ruffner that the  company   intends,   as   soon   as the  weather    permits,    to   widen    and  deepen  its   main ditch aud to practically     reconstruct   the    1500-foot  flume  and lirre   it with   canvas.   It  is also intended to increase the capacity of the ditch ou   the south side  of Pine, which    was   built  late last  season     in    conjunction   wilh   the I  Stevendyke Hydraulic Partnership, j  for the purpose of supplying  water|  lo miners 0:1  that side of the creek.  A syphon   will   convey   water from j  Uie main  ditch to this one, and the!  company will be prepared to supply  water either from  open ditch or under   pressure.       Hydraulicing   on  Willow   will   be    vigorously    prosecuted, but   the company does not  contemplate   woiking   the Sunrise  group this season.  Orr   property   at   the   month  of  Spruce   creek,    controlled  by   Mr.  Mr. .Clifford's   Recommendations for Atlin.  Ke,Asks That $7000   Be Set Aside  ; - By the Legislature For the Im-  -provement of Roads and Trails.  We have been favoured with {he  details of the appropriations asked  for this and Bennett districts by-our  member, Mr. C. D. Clifford,. M. L*  A. With a judicious use . of the  $5500 for this district we should  have some excellent roads this season. The items in the recommended  appropriations are as follows:  -ATI.IN    DIVISION.  Repairs to wagon road, Atlin  to Surprise lake . . $1500  Improving roads aud trails to  Wright, Otter, Boulder and  Birch creeks       .        . .  1000  Cutting out aud grading road  up Spruce creek" .  '    ���.   1200  Improvements to McKee creek  trail ..... 300  Cutting.oul road to 4th of July  from Pine  .'       . ."        .   1000  Assistance towards cutting out  road Gleauerville lo mines .    500  Total   '      . $5500  15ICNNKTT   DIVISION.  Improving Fan Tail and marking out same for winter 1500  ' Total for Atlin  and   Ben-  'i-ielt districts, roads, ejc.   $7000  Returning   Allinites   have   introduced th? latest social .fad-���"grip."  1IKKWKKS Ol-' KTKAM  AND I.AOKR  I1ICKR.      XONK  ll.l'T Till-:  Ill-NT    IN'.IRKDIKVT.S      l/SKI)    IX   TICK.    M A \ HI-'AC Pl.'R l\     OK  OUK   HK.KR.TIIK.   ONLY   1IRKWK.RY INTIIK ARCTIC RIJllIONS.  ORDICRS  I'ROMl'TI.V  KII.I.KI) I'OR AM.  I'ARTS OK Til IC Yt'KON  TKRKITOKV   AM)    NORTH'.VI-NTH'-iN"    HKITISH    ClUTUHIA.  A  T  L  I   X.    P..  C. fc-':'  ; <(i  ATUN,' B.C.. SATURDAY;'- MARCH,  23.'   i<yoi.  I-A    !  11  ill  V-1 -���  iH  ll-i'  ���j  it;  If7  11:  The Atlin Claim.  Puljlislieil    every    Sutunlii.v   nioi-niiifj   bv  Thr ATI,in (j\,Al\t   PuIIIjIHIIINU Co.  A. C. HiiiHciiPKl.il, KniToii mill  1'hoi'hiktok.  Ollice of publication Pearl S'.  Ailvcrtisiut; rates nuule known mi appllcn-  tlou.  The subscription |irire is *!> n yei-.r |iu.v-  nblu in udviinee. . No impel- will he delivered  1111 loss these eonditioiiH ui-e complied with.  Saturday, March 23rd,   1901.  A   "comhination "    appears to  have been entered into by the several lumber .mills of-the city and district, the result  of which is an unprecedented'advance in the price of  lumber���this  season's ' figures  ruling fully 75 per cent  over  those of  last   year..   We . are  decidedly ad-  ,   verse   to   "combines"   against'the  general  interest, and this'is, in our  opinion,   one .'such.     To   support  their  action   the mill  owners claim  to have lost money or) last season's  operations.     Presuming they did, ,is  ' this fact alone sufficient justification  for such an   extraordinary   advance  at this late season ?   There is a long  career of profitable employment still  befoie them and if they would- reimburse   themselves   for   last   year's  shortage  no serious objection could  be made if they followed the instalment plan and spread~Nthe debt due  them   by   the   camp "over se\eral  seasons.    An   advance   of,   say,  25  per cent would not be seriously felt,  and with the demand   now insight  such moderation would pay them in  the long run much better than this  forcing policy.    The  immediate result of this action on their 'part has  been to practically stop all building  ' operations in .the town.    We .know  of two instances  in which contracts  for new buildings, entered  into before the raise in- lumber, have been  cancelled  and   doubtless  there are  others.    The plea of the  mill men  that it is better to sell half at double  prices   is     not    business.      There  is    a   certain   and   ever increasing  demand   for   lumber  for  building,  hydraulic and other purposes and if  estimates based on last year's prices  have been used and  figured on for  this season's installations, etc., such  an enormous advance as 75 per cent  in the lumber item is enough to   blast the camp. . Think it over  again, gentlemen. Why put a  brake ou the wheel at this stage of  the camp's development ?  The   "combine"   prices  are as  follows:  Rough  Sii.gle Dressed  Double Dressed    .  Culls    .  is named���sperrt several years , in  the great Canadian Northwest, and  his report on the Yukon district,  furnished to the Dominion Government in 1888, is replete with predictions as to the possibilities of its  mineral wealth. Today we know'  that what he then' said was founded  ou unconvertable geological facts;  as recent developments have shown).  Whoever is called upon to fill. Dr.  Dawson's place will have a very  hard task to perform.  ' Wis congratulate Vancouver on  the munificent offer made by Mr.  Andrew Carnegie lo build a'public  library in that city at a'cost of $50,-  000.00, on condition- that the city  provides a suitable site and guarantees to spend at least $5000 annually  on its maintenance. We presume  il is too good'an offer to let slip, but  if the City Fathers of Vancouver  don't come up, just refer us'to Mr.  Carnegie and-let us deal with him.  "II" the City of Vancouver will  furnish a suitable site and guarantee  to spend at least $5000 a year ou its  public library, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, of New York, the millionaire  steel manufacturer, will give a sum  of $50,000 to erect a building here.  "This important announcement  is made authoritatively on' the  strength .of a telegram from Mr. G.  R. Maxwell, M.P., to the Province.  He received definite assurance in  writing from Mr. Carnegie, and the  letter has been forwarded by. him to  Mayor Townley for official" action  in the'matter."���Thk- Provinck.  As far as we know, this "is the  first gift of a public library made by  Mr. Carnegie to Canada, though he  has shown his liberality in endowing very many such institutions in  the States and in the Old Country.  Whv misrht not Atlin be the second?  % n. fraser $ ���0:  SUCCESSORS    TO  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin.  for Staple & fancy Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tobaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt A ttehtion to orders t*~ Give us a call.  THE GRAND  HOTEL  FINEST ICQUIPPKD HOTEL IN THK NORTH.    KVKRYTH1NG.  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNKR.-  r 1 .   |  .  Fpench-Restaurant in Connection  ���   Rick & Mastik,  Proi'riktoks;'-   David Hastiij,  Manaciicr.  Corner of hirst and' Discovery Streets.  A  PROJECTED     NORTHERN  CABLE:  jxi2 Rough  1x12 Single Dressed  1x12 Double Dressed  Sluice Box Bottoms,  Rough  Sluice Hox Bottoms,  -  Single Dressed .  Cordwood    .  $60  65  70  40  80  85  90  95  100  3  It. is with the utmost regret that  we record the death, at a comparatively early age, of Dr. G. M.  Dawson, Director of the Geological  Survey of Canada. By his demise  Canada has lost one of her foremost  men of science and this northern  district an ardent supporter. Dr.  Dawson���after whom Dawson City  A submarine cable from Seattle  to Skagway, with" branches to  Sitka, Juneau, Ketchikan and other  points on the coast, is the project  for which has been- organized the  Northern Commercial Telegraph  Company, says the Seattle P. I.  The company has been formed in  London, and has secured a charter  so far as Canadian territory is concerned. It is proposed to lay a submarine cable from this city to Skagway, taking in Vancouver and Victoria, and all intermediate points  along the coast where canneries,  mines or other industries are  located. A branch telegraph line  will also be extended'through Dawson to vSt. Michael. It is possible,  too, that lines will be strung up the  Skeena and Stikeen rivers. In an  interview Lieut.-Col. Domville, one  of the promoters, and well known in  the Hast and in Dawson, says:  " We have plenty of money to  lay our c::ble aud build our branch  lines, but we want to be assured  the service substai.tial support; before starting, and we have come to  the conclusion that the best way  would be to try and get some prominent men interested in it. While  here I hope to see the Chamber of  Commerce and some of Seattle's  leading citizens in the matter. I  hope to get them to take an interest  . Atlin Lake Lumber Co.':  ���   ���     Rough nnd Or?,Kscd  Lumber of all kinds ���-'���-���'. ���-    -  biydrau&ic   Lumber  F. T. Troughton       -  . -      -        Managing Proprietor.  Fjotel Russell.  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  Pool and Billiards Tree  Dixon &  Burton,  Pro^s,  ML.   Foi c y.  Importer of "General   Merchandise  Miners    Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Rooms and Beds. ..'���'"'  .  Best Liquors and.Cigars  W.J. SMITH,      - .    -      Prop.  Vancouver General  Store.  CARRIES A FULL'LINE OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE'  A. S. Cross & Co  1st. Strei-t Atlin.  Pine City Baths and Laundry,'  Main Street, PINE CITY.  I-lKI.KN   IXA'VS'XV..  GO  TO "   ��� '  QUICK LUNCH ROOM  .For Excellent Coffee.  Short Orders a Specialty.  Roust Beef or. Roast Porli with Mushroom*.  I'UI.I.   MKAI,,   HIHTy' CKNTS.  OFFICIO:  Atlin,    U.  . G. PAXTON,  NOTARY  PUHLIC:  Corner of Third unci Pturl Ktrrut,  C,    olipoxite Government lliillil*  -E'&.L  All kinds of miiiiiiir |iu|iei-s iiiiiiIk out;  -Several years'  practical   experience.-  OFFICE OF H. M's CUSTOMS.  J. II. Brownlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. dowry, A.M.I. Cf..-  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  UEST   LIQUORS   & -CIGARS  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers, Goo�� accommodation.-restaohant  ���.-��������� T ,  _   . 7 CONNKCTICN.  Land Surveyors.  PuArl Strkist, Atun, K. C.  IN  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  /'I  1  i  Gouil Stubling for i:ur��e��>iid Doga,  SSfWM*,".^ ATLIN,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,  MARCH, 23.   1901  OKAl.KR.S   IN - |  Shelf   and   Heavy   Hardware,  Builders', Miners', and MiTl ^Supplies; Stoves and Kitchen furnishings.  Tin Sho�� in Coiim-otion. Aaerits for   GIANT   POWDER   Co., Con.���Stock ol  Dynamite always on liim.l.  '   ft            f    o .                                                                                                  Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN, B. C.  Call on us for Prices.  :   in the company, or perhaps lo build  a portion .of the line ! in American  territory.. My great object is to get  Seattle' people'identified with the  project, which, then will be sure ol'  success, aud I am not so particular  as to the details of tbe arrangement  which will ..attain - that end. I am  ..willing to agree to any reasonable  proposition.  ��� "We shall require,.-loo, permission from the Secretary ol War to  land our 'cable on American terri-  " tory, and \vh'ile���we do not anticipate.  any difficulty at Washington City, it  will strengthen our position to have  Americans identified with the enterprise.  .DEATH OF Dk.  DAWSON.  Ottawa, March '.���The country  sustained a great loss ��� by the death  on Saturday, night' of Dr; G. M.  Dawsorr, Director of the Geological  Survey'. He was-at his office as  recently .as Thursday, when, he  caught cold, and death resulted  from bronchitis.  the thanks of the Governor-Gene-  ral-in-Couucil, and the C. M. G.  from Her Majesty. He received  the 'degree of L-L. I), from Queen's  University, 1890, and from McGill  University "in 1891. In the same  year he was awarded the Bigsby  gold medal by the London Geographical Society for his services to the  science of geology and he was  elected a , Eel low of the Royal  Society. In 1893 he was elected  president of the Royal Society of  Canada. In 1894 he was elected a  corresponding member of the Zoological Society of London; in 1895'  ^a fellow of the American Society for  the Advancement of Science; in  [896 lie was appointed by the Council of the British Association president of the geological section for  the Toronto meeting of the Association; and in 1897 he was awarded  the yearly gold medal of the Royal  Geographical Society for his work  as a whole. He was Commissioner  for Canada at the Paris Exhibition  in 1900. - t  ���o���o���o���o���o���o���o���o*c^o���c93���o���������<:^���o���o.���o���o���o���o���o���o���o�����o���o���o,'  T*  THE  Rootenay fiotel  I*  J.   S.   Byrom. \  ,     1 TEMPORARY  PR KM IS RS NORTIIKRN HOTKI".. ���'  ' '[George Mercier Dawson was the  eldest -surviving   son of Sir J. W.  " Dawson!-" and  was   born  in Pictou,  N. S,.  August' 1,    v'349.    He   received his early education in Montreal, where  he studied   in   McGill  University as a partial student.    In  1869'he entered  the  Royal School  of  Mines,   London, taking   its full  course   of   study',   extending  over  three years,   and   passed   as an associate, being" first in his class, and  taking the   Edward   Forbes medal  and.prize .in paleontology and natural   history.      He   had previously  taken   the    Duke   of,   CoVnvvall's  scholarship i-i-his second year.   Returning to Canada, he was engaged  for a  year  in   mining   surveys in  Nova Scotia, and   in . lecturing  in  Morrin College, Quebec.     In   1873  he" was 'appointed geologist arrd botanist to. H. M.'s   North   American  Boundary   Commission, engaged in  ���fixing  the   boundary line from the  Lake of the Woods  to  the  Rocky  mountains.    On  the termination of  bis  labours  on this survey,.he was  appointed, July 1875, to the slaff of  the Geological  Survey  of Canada.  He   became   assistant   Director in  July 1883, and Director and deputy  head of the. department on January  1st,   1895.    His  work   011 the geological ������ survey has   been chiefly in  British- Columbia   airtl   the Northwest   Territories,    and in  the discharge   of his  official  duty he has  explored a large portion of the western country, including a boat journey of 1300 miles, withone portage  of 50 miles, from   the basin of the  Liard.'river to that of  the   Yukon.  .One of the  most  important  of his  services was in connection with ..the  Behririg  sea  arbitration.     For his  service's ���on this occasion lie received  ESTIMATES GIVEN ON  ALL  �� KINDS OF WORK    '  PLANS AND SPECIFICATION'S  -    ,A    SPICCIALTY  . ,  BRICKS FOR SALE.  rn\TTD  \ nTTlT? OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin.  CUiM  1 KAL 1  VjiX NEXT TO"CHURCH OF   ENGLAND-  ��LIVE  BUILDER  AND  ' CANCELLATION 01' RESERVK.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  VENDOME   BAR.  ATLIN, B. C.  Cassia it Uisthkjt.  N  OTICK is-herph.v jtiven that the reservation placed <>n Crown lands situated in  the Bennett Luke and Atlin Lake Mining  Divisions of Cassiar Distriet, notice of  which was published in the Hritish Columbia Gazette and dated ISth December,  J.S1W, is- hereby cancelled.  W. C. WELLS,  Chief/Commissioner of Land* * Works.  Lands & Work-. Department,  Victoria, B. C. Mth January. 1901.  :l ni-fe 2��  XTOTICK i.s herein- given that application  ^ will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Hritish Columbia at  its 110M session lor an A��t to incorporate a  company with power to oonitriiet, equip,  operate anil maintain a railway, standard or  narrow (jaiij?e, for the conveyance ot passengers and freight from some point at or  near Taku Inlet, in HritUh Columbia:  thence by the most feasible anil convenient  route to a point at or near the Little Salmon Kiver: thence to Pike Lake; thence  along the East side of Atlin Lake to Atlin  City-rand thence northerly to the northern  boundary of the Province, with power to  construct, operate and maintain all necessary roads, bridges, ways and ferries; to  build, own and maintain wharves and docks  in connection therewith,,mid to build, own,  eeiuip aud maintain .steam and other vessels  and boats, aud to nuwgate the same on any  navigable waters within the Province, and  with power to build, equip, operate and  maintain telegraph and telephone lines in  connection with the -aid railway and  branches: to build, own. maintain and  operate smelters', concentrators, reduction  works, lumber and other mills: and to generate electricity for the supply of light, beat  aud porter, with power to accjuire water  rights and to construct diuns ami Humes for  improving ami increasing water privileges,  and with |K>wer to e.\propriate Innds and  property for tin* purposes of the Company,  and to acquire lauds, bonuses or privileges  aud other aids from any Government, Municipal Corporation, or any persons or bodies:  and with power to lease and to connect and  make truffle and othor arrangements with  railway, steamboat and other companies  now or hereafter to bo incorporated, and to  levy and collect tolls from all persons using  aurl on all freight passing over any such  mads, bridges, railways, ferries, wharves  and vessels built or owned b.v the Company,  mid for ull other necessary or incidental  rights, powers aud privileges in that behalf.'  Dated  at   Victoria, II. (.'.,  tliis,27tli  day of  December, 1HIHI.  .ORKA'SK ���*'  CREASE.  1 Solicitors for the Applicants.  iiinh ri-if       7  Atlin Lumber & Mining Co,  <*  E. G.   Tennant'  Manager;  Lumbering in all it* Branches.  vBrairich Office at Pine.  ~    CTDOELKER,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  Cornkr   First   and   Peari.   Strews.  NEW STRIKE!  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Will be in New Quarters on and after  Mareh 4th, 1901.  C. B. COFFIN Prop  Canadian Bank..-  ...of Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets  Gold Assavku,  Purchaskh  ok Taki-n on  conkk'.nmknt.  Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United  States and Canada.    ���-    ���-..-"  ASSAY OFFICE  IN CONNECTION  KOR GOLD lttJST ONLY  T.  R. BILLKTT, Manager.  G. K. H.��YBS.  J. G. COKNBI.I..  Ilugget 60M  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CL A SS REST A U R A NT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for Buhner & Parrot*'* stasr**.  '? '  "JT^IRKLANI) HOTEL.  I'IRST   STRKKT,   ATI.IN.  J.  KIRKLANIV- Manackr.  First-class dining room-  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  THE   TEPEE.  When on the Fantail stop at  Reichen & Rothacher  Good Beds���-Best Meals.  J  UEES EGGERT.& SON,  S\v4ss .Watchmakers,'  And   inaniifacturintj jewellers.  All kinds of nusfretworlt executed with  neatness und dispatch. ���  FiMt- mi.  m*vt, to Vanooiivftr General St&r. H'-  n  K i -3  .ATLIN,   13. 0., SATURDAY,. MARCH 2-,   .-yd  i..i  lit*  I-  ill!  ,r  ly  H  .it-  Is?!,  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Chiireh  of Knjrland:  St. Mnrtin'x Church, cor. Third and Ti-uin-  or streets. Sunday services. Matins at 11 a.  in.i Kvoiifioiii; 7:!!0 p. id. Celehrution of Holy  (Joinmiiuiou, 1st Sunday in each month and  ou Special occasions. Sunday Sohool, Sunday at :i i>. in. Committee Muotlntrs, 1st  Tliur.sday in each month.  Rev. I'". I.. Stephenson, Rector.  St. Andrew's Presliyterliin Church hold  services in the A. II. Hall, Si-'eoiid Street.  Morning .service at II evening service 7:110  Sunday School at. the close of the morning  SHi-virii.     Ilcv. .1. Prinule. Ministci'.  One of tlio liest articles lor fioi'id health is  a wholesome loaf of lu-eiul at M cents, anil a  first-class meal for 50 cents at the Pioneer  Bakerv.  The besL people stop at Halferty's.  Follow the crowd, when on the  Famail.stop at Halferty's,at Tepee.  Call at Fraser &. Co for nice fresh  chickens, 35,. cents per lb, one toir  rust arrived.'1. Pine creamerv brrtter  arid best cream cheese.  Big shipment ol" fresh staple  groceries  just   in   at   Eraser & Co.  If you want the best groceries  and provisions in camp go toj. A.  Fraser & Co.  Full line of stationery ntDockriU's.  Try HoU Baths, Troy   Launriry.  There are two places at the Tepee,  yet Halferty has no opposition.  Joe Tollmire arrived in town last  Saturday.  The 'largest circulating library in  Atlin. Only .to cents exchange, at  Pillmau & Co.'s?  Lays to let on Pine creek. P"irst  benches ou good part of creek; have'  prospected1 well. ���Apply Ct-Aiim Office.  - Mr. W. E. Ward  returned Monday morning,    after   spending two  ^.months on the Coast. _.     ...-"..,      .;  Ask for   Picadilly Club Scotch at  the Lelaud Hotel.  For fresh pork sausage call at  Fraser & Co.  Mrs. Halferty is cook at the Tepee.  IT ymi   want   the   best groceries  and provisions in camp go tO'Fraser  &Co.  Smoke La Flor de Marca and you  will smoke no other brand; ask for  il and see that you get it.'���Lelaud  Hotel keeps them.  Hot Baths, Troy Laundry.  One of the- first symptoms of La  Grippe is a cold and bad   headache;  Strictly fresh eggs just ar-  pound.  rived.  Rouanye Bros, of McKee creek  arrived in town yesterday! They  made the trip from Queenstown to  Skagway in 16 days.  , Messrs. .Rouinage and McCann  arrived on Sunday last from Auburn, California. The former will  act as superintendent and the latter  as pipeman o:; the Ninirod Syndicate's property ou . MeK.ce creek.  Both gentlemen have had considerable experience in California.  Just arrived ! P'rcsli potatoes and  onions arrd strictly fresh Eggs.  Best Creamery Butter, Oranges,  Lemons and Apples at .Pillman's. .  A Grand Concert will be held in  St. Andrew's Church on Thursday  evening next. An excellent programme has been prepared, and as  the object���in aid of the Church  Fund���is a worthy one, there is  sure to' be a>bumper' house. We"  regret that owing to lack of space  we cannot insert the programme in  this issue.  J. L. Wallace had to go to the  Hospital yesterday���grippe, threatened wilh pneumonia. Mr. Kaye-  has had to go ihere also���same  symptoms.  A GOOD MAN GONE.  infis ��% itichard$on.  LEADING   HOUSE  l'OK  LADIES  &   GENTS  Boots and  FURNISHINGS  Shoes.  COMPLETE   STOCK   OF   NEW   GOODS  Ju^st  Arrived.  IU Druggists.  Fortin & Le Cappellain have everything in  th�� Brug & Patent Medicine line.  Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.  cure in time   by using Fortin & Le  Cappelain's Anti-Grippe Powders.  Group of Seven Bench claims for  sale. Best part of Pine creek.���Apply Claim Office.  ,. Store to rent in besl part of towu-  20 x 38.---Apply Claim Office.  J. M. Ruffner returned from the  East ou Sunday.  J. R.'Hall, father of W. C. Hall  of Spruce creek, arrived on Monday. Mr. Hall hails from Nevada,  Missouri, ar.d intends to remain  here for the summer;  Good Table Butier-at Foley's, 35  arrd 40 cents per lb: Cooking Putter, 10 to 25 cents per lb, and all  other goods cut to make room for  large Spring importation.  Baths Hot, Troy Laundry.  . Prescriptions carefully compounded at Dockrill's.  You can buv butter  for dog feed  Mr.-A. C. Moffat of the Bank of  Commerce left ou Monday morning  for Vancouver.    We are very sorry  to lose him, but our  consolation   is  that what   may be our loss will. be  Vancouver's gain. -.Mr. Moffat has  been here  continuously since May,  .1899, and   has. enjoyed   the confidence of   every one   with whom, he  had   anything to   do.    In order to  convey to   Mr. Moffat a slight idea  of theesLeerif in which   he-was held  he was made the recipient of one of  the most  Beautiful  nugget chains  we   have   ever   seen.    The   chain  was" manufactured by Eggert & Son  of Atlin, ancl   reflects   great  credit  upon them.    The presentation was  made by Mr. Woods   on   behalf of  the many friends   of  Mr. Moffat on  Friday of last   week.     Mr.   Moffat  expressed   his   extreme   regret   at  having   to'  leave   Atlin,   where he  had spent two of the   best  years of  his life, and   words   failed   him   to  convey his   thanks    for   the   handsome   token   of   respect   from   his  friends.    It was one of the greatest  pleasures in life lo be made' feel tha!  you had the confidence and respect  of those  with whom   you   were  in  dailv- association.  Iicic. GiU.KSViK. 'Prop.  Waltkr Bi.akik Mgr.  Cigars.  ���  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week-or Month.  E  to "RENT  IN  The most Central and  Convenient  in   Town.  Tenants.  A. C. Hirschfeld.  Will-be   altered to suit  ST.  PATRICK' ��� OF  MEMOR\.  BLESSED  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New mill Second   Ilaiul   Tin und Granite Ware, Tron  Steel, Pii-Uh. Shovels nml  WneUsinith's  Conl. Giant Powder, Caps, Fuse and Yukon Stove".  Goods   Bonqlit   Sold   and   exchanged.  If St. Patrick ever thought Atlin  would have honoured him as it did,  sure he would have sent his ghost  to preside over the festivities laid  out in hi-: honour, if he had other  engagenieuls and couldn't come  himself. Friday, Saturday and  Monday saw about the longest 17th  of Ireland since His Honor.r--or  His Honour's father���named the  clay. Discovery celebrated the  anniversary in fine style by dances  and concerts till it " couldn't sliiau'  up 011 its pins,' on Friday and Saturday, while the AtluMles did:.'t do  a thing but show off their brawn  and muscle on the ice " Hoorah,  for Ireland," was the Slogan of the  day. On Monday evening the  most successful concert of the season was held at the Grand Hote  full   justice  For fine views ancl Photos g"o to  Films,-Plates, etc.'for sale.  First, ancl Pearl Streets.  Atlin B. C. "  o  BATHS      '    "  BARBER SHOP  l'\ UNIv Prop.  Now neeupy their ne.w  i|imrter.s next  to tin: Hunk ol' H. N. A.. I'Mi-st Street.  The Imtli roonisnre e<|iuilly us (jotnl us found  in  cities.    Private  ICntratice for ladies.  DISCOVERY, B. G.  When you copie lo Discovery take  shelter under the tree.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  The = Batik = of = British =. North. = America  To give it  at any   price,   but   Nickerson  can] into details,-we can only say it has  give,   you   choice   new   Creamery,   yet to be bsaten for amusing variety,  either Australian   or   Canadian   at  50 cents: also   another  lot  of that  nice Smoked  Fish, at  30 cents per  excellence of its musical and vocal  items and the complete success,  socially and financially which  crowned the evening.  Kstiihlished in l.V'll.    Ineoriioratcil li.v Koynl Charter.  Paid Vv Caimtai. $4,866,666  '   RlCKKKVK   F.1-N1) Sl,.-yS!.(Wi  md noTgo ' London Office: 3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street,- E. C.  Head Office iii Canada:    ' Montreal.  H. St ik km an, General  Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, lite.  GOLD BMST PURCHASED.   ���  .1 ���,.,,*, ..-���."./���-,  u/ts.Ts-owjd.ar..

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