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 A.  it,  I''  iLZr  VOL.  ATIJN, B. C, SATURDAY,   MARCH,  ,30,    1901  NO.  So.  IVED  Our Spring Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  Selected to suit' the taste and needs.  of the Ladies of Atlin.  Iri Men's .Furnishings we can show some lines in:���-  FANCY    SHIRTS       ,       - "��� ; FINE'AMERICAN SHOES  HOSIERY  SUSPENDERS  UNDERWEAR  GOLD SEAL BOOTS  GOLD SEAL SHOES.  CLOTHING.  Wo have a Fine Line of English and French Briar Pipes.  OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  PRSGES REASONABLE.  1>  .AC  liTT &  M  S3  T.  Some.Much Needed Amendments.  Extracts from the Flaeer Act Ancl  Amending' Acts-Now Before the  Leglstature. -  The following are some oi' the  the most important clauses extract-  from Bill, No. 14, 1901, entitled  " An Act to Amend the ' Placer  Mining Act.' a*'d 'Amending Acts"  now before the H. C. Government.  The Bill is introduced hi the Hon.  Richard McBride, Minister of Mines.  It is now before the Mining Committee, consislhig of the following  members: Messrs. A. W. Smith,  Green, Clifford Taylor, Dickie,  Houston, Rogeis, Kllison,'Martin,  Curtis, Mclnnes, Stables, Haw-  thornthwaite and K. C. Smith.  The   Bill as a whole   has    been  favourably received   by the   House,  and it is expected   thai   it will pass  in due course wilh very little alteration.      A   careful   perusal   of   tlic  undernotecl clauses should   prove of  interest   to   every   placer miner a<-  the    amendments   are   such   as   tr  commend themselves to all engager,  in    mining,    aud   especially   so   tc  those inteicstc-d   in   Lhe  future pro  sperily of the Allin district:  part  r.  .Section 3. Jn case any person  should allow his Free Miner's certificate to expiie, he may, within  six months from the date of such  expiration, obtain from the proper  officer, upon payment ol" a fee of  fifteen. dollar.1:, a Special I'Yee  Miner's certificate. Such Special  certificate;   shall   have  the  effect of  reviving lhe title of, the person lo  whom it- i.-rissned ,to all placer  claims which such person owned at  the' lime of the lapse of his former  certificate; except such as under the  provisions of the " Placer Mining  Act" had become the property cf  some other person at the time of the  issue of such Special certificate, and  shall operate as a Free Miner's certificate until midnight of the 31st  day of May next aflor it*-; issue. In  the case o! a joint- stuck company  lhe fee for such Special 'certificate  shall be throe hundred dollars.  Section ' 6. Provided that a Free  Miner acting as agent for another  Fiee Miner-shall not be entitled to  locate or reco-d any placer claim as  such'agent unless and until there  has been recorded in the office of  tlic Mining Recorder for the mining  division in which such claim is situate a [lower of alloney appointing  such agent to locate and record  such claim for his principal.  PART II.  Section 7. The size of placer,  claims shall be as follows:���  In creel: diggings a claim shall  be 250 feet long, measured in the  general direction of the course of  the stream, and shall extend from  high water mark 0:1 one hank to  high water mark on the other, but  when such high water marks are  less thai* 250 feet apart the1 claim  shall be 250 square:  In bar diggings a claim shall be:  (a.)A piece of land not exceeding   250   feel   square on any  bar which is covered at high  water, or  (b.)  A strip of   land   250   feel  long at '.high   water   and in  width extending   from high  water   mark   to extreme low-  water mark:  hi dry diggings a claim shall   be  250 feet square.  .Section 8. II" any Free Miner, or  parly of Free Miners, discover a  new locality for the* prosecution of  placer mining ancl such discovery  be established to tlic satisfaction of  lhe    Gold    Commissi .r.er,    placer  claims of  the   following   sizes shall  be allowed lo such discoverers, viz.:  'fo one discoverer, one claim,  600 feel iu length.'  To   a   parly   of  two discoverers,  two claims, amounting together  lo '   1000 feet iu length.  And to   each   member of a parly  beyond iwo'in number, a claim  of the ordinary size only:  Provided   that where a discovery  claim   has   been "established in any  kcalily   no   further discovery shall  be allowed within ' five   miles there-  !*> ,  from, measured along Uie watci-  conrses. ��� 'Lhe width of such claims  shall be the same as ordinan placer  claims of the same class.  Sec'ion 12.; Where a judgment  a Reeling any placer claim is rendered by a Court having jurisdiction in  mining d'spute.**, or by.any Commission or Board of Inquiry held, for  such purpose, or ;ii',y decision is  given by a Gold Commissioner under any powers in this,Act contained, the- Clerk of such Court, Commission or Board, or such Gold  Commissioner, shall forthwith transmit a-minule of such judgment or  decision to the Mining Recorder Tor  the mining division in which such  placer claim is situate, and the said  Mining Recorder shall enter such  minute jn the Record Book u\-j) file  the saul minute-in his office." II by  any such judgment or decision the  boundaries "of any placer claim shall  be changed, a plat showing such  changed boundaries and signed by  lhe judge, Commissioner, Board of  Inquiry or a member thereof, or  Gold Commissioner by whom such  judgment or decision has been  given, shall accompany such minute and be filed in the office of lhe  Mining recorder.  Section 17. No Free Miner shall  suffer from any act of omission or  commission or delays on the pari of  any. Government official, if such can  be proven.  l'ART viri.  Section 27. All- books of record  and documents filed, shall, during  office hours, be open to inspection  by any person on payment of a fee  of twenty-live cents.  1'ART. IX.  Section 30. No Free Miner shall  be entitled to any interest in any  placer claim which lias been located  and recorded by any other Free  Miner, unless such interest is specified and set forth in some writing,  signed by the locator or his successor in title, aud   such   writing is re-  coided   in the office of  the   Mining  Recorder.        B , '  Section 35. This Act shall come  into force cnrlhe first day of July,  A. ])., 1901.  AI'I'UCATIOS'     l-'OK     RHCOR.'l   OK    A  PLACKR   CLAIM.  I,        "   of ���   , herein' apply,  under the provisions of the '.' Placer  Alining Act," i'or-a record,of a claim  for placen mining as defined in the  said Act [here describe locality,- etc.  fully], and I make  oath and say: ���  1. Thai I am   the   holder  of free-  miner's certificate   No. ,   issued  .it        on the        chiy'bf_      .  ���  2. That from indications I have  observed on tiie claim applied for  f have reason to believe that there  is therein a deposit of placer gold.  3. Thai I am, lo the best of my  knowledge and belief, the first to*  observe such indications and slake  such claim (or, that said claim was  perviously located by as claim  known as - but ha.-, lemaiued  tinwoiked' by said locator for not  less than 72 hours)..  4. That the said land is.at present unoccupied for, placer mining  purposes.  5/ That I did, on the ���' ' clay of  ���', '���mark out" lhe ' groin.d and  make the proper insciiptipus required ���' by-'-���'the'-7 '-'Flaeer' Mining'  Act" and amendments, on the  claim for which I make this application, and in doing so I did not, so  far as 1 know, encroach on any  other valid claim previously laid out  by any other person.  6. That the said claim, as nearly  as I could measure, is feet long,  running in [-and direction,  and feet wide, and that the above  description sets forth in detail its  pcs'.tion, 10 t!.e best of my knowledge and belief.  ' 7. That I have not heretofore  located a. y placer claim on the said  creek (or,-That heretofore I located  claim [name or number] on said  creek, but 1 have recorded an abandonment of same on day of ,  aud have posted notice of such-  abandonment on each of the stakes  of such claim).  8.  That f make   this   application  in good faith to   acquire  the   claim  for the sole purpose of mining.  , Sworn before me, this day of  , at    '   .  \V. V. &. Y. Rv. KXTKNSION.  A Bill has l>2en introduced in the  Dominion House, asking lor a  charter for the British Yukon  Railway���to extend Ihe \V. P. &  Y. from Whit'-diorse lo Dawson.  ? / is��...  r? ��J M ft tJ L  Brewinfl  HRKWKKS OK STKA.M  AN'I) I.ACKR  HUKK.      XON'K HL'T TIIK  incsT  r.\'(;unDiii'*:T.s    u.skd   in  t:h-:  MAxui'ACi'njtK   ok  OUR  IiKKR.TIIIO  O.NLV  HRKWKKY IX Tlili ARCTIC RKOIOXS.  ORIJ1CRS l'ROMKTLY Kri.I.KI) I-'OR AU. TART,-; OK Till! YUKON"  TKRKITORY   AN'I)   XORTmVK-iTK.-lN"    im'1'ISII    CJU'MU'.A.  A T L 1 X,  li. C. P^&U'.-.  'j^'P:. -'..���"'  fifty  ?:..:i:v:;;;:.v���;S5'-  Ia  /fW. ;������.:���.���:  !&���;>  *.-. ���'-: -J--/. .-.--, ������'���-.  .VVi-ftv.-.-. �����.:,'��� -��� .1.     ...'.  !���;'Zi7'77.:; ..:,:!:..���.���������a,  |||pZ77y..y''7:777:;J7-;.  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A7  '.Investigation iias'y shown thatthe  Cbrdilleraif"glacier :massZ. occupied  the7 iiiteribr Z plateau.' between the.  Coast 'ranges.;and the Rocky mountains, having a length in a southeast and' iiorlh-west direction of at  least i2po miles. Its main - gathering ground is placed between the  55tlf and   59th   parallels   of   nortli  ^'S7Bme:of;z^tiaTel|\:a^  plains; mici Zdiminutioirof 'theZ height  pf^ the-Zmouiitains.Z7ZAnd,7::fina^y^;  -thatthis-7was; follb;wed,Anytur:;,;by  a greatVaud:.very   general-submer-:  ge^ceAvith.niuchicedrift preceding  tiie ZSecoiidZZ Continental-..- or 7pos^  glacialyperiod. 7    -::^y-: -/Z   :-. 7;_:7 :7  / 7'rjiree " great :��� syslemsybf glaciers,  with.icfe7dnD;7:oyer^  '^^recc^ni^Z'i^yytheZy upholders; of:  this tiiebry ashaviugexi^ted:during;  the'iMeistocene 7'era,'.ZZto7whichZUie^  names   Cordillerau,7ZCaurentiaii ai:d  Appalachian;;;,have Abeeu; .given %  7'mavbe siiisVof ;omissipnryrtliere are.  - none: :of :77conimission 7���;.Zaiid7:the  7 changes   are   sweeping^ ones. :; We  ���noi.e .'th'a>.. no  alteration    has   been,  made to the   law so" far. as it affects  : .the hvdraulic :mihor, but we..under-,  stand'that the Mining Committee 01  7'; the'House has had under consideration', the"-.' adyisibilUy    of     issuing  Crown   Grants/ under' certain  res-  1 trictions, for  large   tracts of placer  iround   in    iilace ,.ol  leases   as  at  ���Rg0iits; ; an a3ed s ...:;;a7;az;.a^^^^^^  :^':';';;7^;^-';l^i;->  It  is 'to   be   ho|��ed    lhe |latitude,- and its movement has been  present.'and ��� that its decision has  been unanimously .in favour of such  issuance.   ..  Legislature will iucorj orate such a  provision in -t!ie:ameiiding Act, as it  appears to have met with the hearty  support of hvdraulic miners gene-  rally���-.hose oi Cariboo having for  lhe past three or four years'been  especially agitating in this direction.  Tin'. Claim desires to express  its sympathy and condolence to its  patrons and the public who have  lately become victims to. La Grippe  --the first epidemic that has struck  the camp.    Kven   the  sacred sane-  traced south-eastward nearly to lati  tude "48 �� , aiid north-westward to  latitude .63��.or. beyond. In consequence of the high bordering ranges,  their general trend and that of the  intervening valleys, the greater part  of this confluent mass 'appears to  have',followed'-its-length in the two  directions mentioned, instead ol discharging laterally into the sea; only  a small proportion, .during the  maximum phase of the period, flowing eastward   through'-passes in the  feicenver; ;feerat; .-Store;  CARRIES A FULlAhlNK.OF  .GKNERALMKRCHANDlSir ,;  A. S. Cross &'Co  latent relit Atlin. 7   ;     .  Q!JICK-;Silff;;R00i;  "-'������"-'��� For Excellent Coffee,   z  :'.'��� Short Orders a Specialty. .  Kosi-it Het'f oi- Roast   PorU with Mii.slirooms.  v     7   Kljr.l.ZMKAl'-Al.'iU'TV'   GHNTS.       A  turn   of the "devil"was   invaded;  ,..6 ��  ���r������K-ib\e  -is-<i conscriuei.ee, this  week's issue coast   ranges.    It seems   p ooable,  is S'^'a day late. ! however,   that   tins  general move-  Pine Cily Baihs and Laundry,  Main Street. PIMP CITY.  Hl-l.lvN  Li.i'UCKi*:.  J. II. Browniee, P. I.. S...��. I. S.  11. C. l-owry, A. M. !��� *���'��� r-  Givil and Hydraulic Engineers,  Land Surveyors  ���:":W'. G. PAXTOH,.  '        NOTAUY   P.UIir.lC.7  ()l--rit!K:  "CciniiM- of 'I'liinl iiml 1'fiirl Street,  Atlin.    H.    (!., ��� n|i|Kisiti; Ooverimiont Hiiikl-.:  ill!i>-.  All kinds of lniuiiiir |iiipe''*t mmlo "lit.   Sr-vi-i-iil  Tears'  iiriictluiil   nxpurienco.-   OIM-'IOI-: Ol-  II- M's CUSTOMS.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  >'llHST   l.tQUOUS   &7CI0A'II.S  Goon .Ai:t.'i.J.MMO��.\'"os. - Webtauiiant   in  ���   i. Conniption.  S.'JOHNSTON, Propritilcii*.;  Pl-\R1.   STUUUT,   ATI.1N,  IL  C.       i Gu.*U.SUbllii!*-'Ci*r Kowasl and Uoss.  m 1o  r  '   3  H.C, SATURDAY. MARCH, 30,, 1901.  Builders',  Tin Slion i" Coniit'Otiiin.     ''  Call on us for Prices.  ardware?  .Miners', and miJr^^PP^^i^^^ and Kitchen furnish  Agents fo,�� GIANT   POWDER   Co., Con.-~St������c ...  ,,,n,u,,i Kvu>-, ..��� Haiid. '  Cor. of PEARL and FIRM  ST., AfLlN, B. C.  ment affected only lhe central portion of lhe ice mass by which the  Cordillera was covered; and there is  no reason to suppose it was otherwise  than sluggish. The directions of  motion of" lhe glaciers first produced  were doubtless in confe-nnity wilh  I hose of the valleys ol" the nioiuilain  streams, and ��� this initial tendency  would revive as the mass receded'  under changing climalic or physical  conditions.    ���  ' The Atlin district, whose southern  boundary is approximately the 59th,  parallel, lies on, the extreme northern verge of the accepted gathering ground of this great system, and  iis valleys 'gave. '"sL sloPc ^�� llie  northward trending ice. The Llew-  ellau glacier, now ..occupying the  highlands soiith of the lake, may  reasonably be considered a last remnant of this vast Cordilleran system.  The foregoing brief observations  may profitably be kept in mind in  reviewing ihe glacial evidences  iu which the district abounds, and  I shall so far trespass on your space  . as to add a few words oh glacial  phenomena as a whole, to render  our subject the more intelligible.  The conditions deemed necessary  - to the production of glaciers may be  stated as follows: Abundance of  moisture iu the atmosphere and a  low temperature, due either to great  elevations in low; latitudes or to high  latitudes with or .without such elevations of land.  These conditions insure such accumulations of suow above the line  of perpetual frost as will sooner or  later descend below the line of perpetual snow and be changed to ice  aud     water.      The    water    forms  when   the   continents -were   at   a  higher level, before the glacial age.  To be continued.  <^<..��0*0*>0<>0<K^O*0<>0  LETTKR.TO THE EDITOR.  A'l'UHUC  GKlUVANCIi.  Duak Siu --Permit me, through  the "medium of your increasingly  popular paper, to call the* attention  of the public and proper authorities  to the danger to the health of the  community, in permitting horses lo  be watered at or nkai�� the holes  from which our supply of drinking  water is drawn.  On Wednesday   afternoon  I saw  several  horses being watered at fhe  rr^  THE  I  t  ��� %0$  *-*s��^,*��  f  v.  ���*?.  I  <-*  - -    ���*>  *S*i   Byrom.   '      *       .        fc  Tkmronakv Pricmisks Northkrn Hotki.. %  builder:  AND  ESTIMATES   GIVEN ON   ALL'  KINDS OI'  Y\'ORK  PLANS ANDSIMvCriflCATIONS  A    SI'IKJIAI.TV  BRICKS FOR SALE.  glacial rivers, and the ice will move  as<a plastic mass to a line determined by the amount of suow. on  the one hand and the climate on  the other. Its motion will be that  of a slightly viscous mass, partly  sliding upon its bed, partly shearing upon itself under the influence  of gravity'.  The advancing movement of the  glacier is accompanied by erosion  and scratching ol" th; rocks below  and by the formation of different  kinds of moraines, as till , or blue  boulder clay, aud yellow unslrati-  liecl masses���terminal, lateral aud  superficial moraines. Simultaneous  with these phenomena, we have the  action of the glacial rivers, consisting iu a partial denudation of the  moraines and the formation of  stratified gravel, sand and clay.  A glacier, it may be added, is an  agent of abrasion rather than of  erosion, and in the latter its power  is much inferior to that of fluviatile  action, so that it is no longer  thought permissible to ascribe to  glaciers the erosion of great gorges  or lake basins, all such being now  considered  due to aqueous  erosion  foot of Trainor street, one of which  was allowed to drink from the hole  used, by. the citizens of the neighborhood for their supply: the owner  or man in charge standing by and  looking oh, entirely ignoring the  Government notice at his very  elbow.  As  most of us  have lately been  more or  less "under the weather"  with various forms of colds���influenza or grippe���kindly   brought  in  lo us by our fellow citizens, lately  rusticating on  tbe .Coast, one  cannot  help  reflecting   that,-with   the  exception of such slight'' imported  epidemics, we citizens of Atlin have  reason   to   be  grateful   for   the immunity from   sickness   we have enjoyed since the birth of our fair city.  Many are   the   bounteous   gifts bestowed by Nature's lavish   hand on  this charming spot, but   perhaps no  one  of them   is   so much to be appreciated   as   our   beautiful   Lake  Atlin, from whose pure ancl refreshing water we draw our daily supply  for domestic use.   We have received  it pure   from ��� Nature's hands, why  should we   polule   it, or allow it to  be contaminated to our hurt ?  Horses should not be watered  anywhere in the immediate.neighborhood of the holes from which  our drinking water is drawn. A  visit to the one in question will, 1  think, be sufficiently convincing on  this point to the proper authorities.  Let us keep our water pure at all  costs.���Yours, etc.,  PUKVKNTION.  ^,-^-r^r-, A OTVYP OFFICES   TltirdStreet, AlBn.  CON   I   rCALlyiV NKXTTO CHURCH OK   KNC1I.ANI).  It  al  ii MHrili  e  E. G.   Tennant  Manager.  jiig in-all its Branches.  Branch Office ot Pine,  ODOELKER,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  Cornkr   First   and    Pkari.   Strkkts.  NEW STRIKEF  Trey Laundry & Bath House  Will be in New Quarters on and after  March 4th, 1901.  C. 15. CO 1-'KIN Prop  ���Canadian Bank...  (JAXCKI.I.ATIOX Ol' KHSKKVIi.  Cahhiaii Dihthh"''���  G. K. 1I.*.vk:s.  .]. (>. UOKNI-M.-  nugget Rote!  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  HIRST-CLASS RICSTAUR A NT  "   ' rN  CONNECTION.  Ili'iidilimi-t-':.-.** !'<>'' Hnlnier & Pni-i-ott'.s stajri*.  Corner Second and Pearl Streets  Gold Assaykd,  Purcuasi-.m or Tak.-:n on  CONSlGNMKNT.  riRKLAND HOTEL.,  V  I-rRST .STKl-KT,   ATI.1N.  J.  KIRKLAND,  - Manackk.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  NOT I OK is li(*reli.Vf.'ivfii that Hip ������������-ervu-  lion iiltiui'i! <>" Crown land.s sitiintpd in  the llpmiptl Lulu* and Atlin l.nlu- Miniiisr  Divi-ions of Caviar msli-U-t, notisiu ol  which wns pulilUlii-il i" tin* Hritihh Col- |  umhiii Gu/.otte ami dntod "t*' Ot!'''-"1"!'  IK!��S. is liprc'liy eanuullcd.  W. ('. W1JI.I.S,  Cliii-f Coininissioiici- of Land- & Worl.s.  I.iumI*. & Works iJc'p.irtitii-nt,  Vn-toiMu, It. C, autli Janinir;. 1WI-  :\ m-fe 2.1  Exchange sold 011 all the principal poinl/in Europe, the United  States and Canada.  ASSAY OKKICE  IN CONNECTION  VOU  C.Ol.n DUST   ONLY  T.  R.  BLLLETT, Manager.  THE   TEPEE.  When on the Kaulail slop at  Reichen & IRotfaacher  Good Beds���Best Meals.  |ULES EGGERT & .SON,  Swiss  Watcioiakkks,  I And  miuiufactiiriiifr ji����i,lli'i"*.  '      All kinds oi niij.'-jrct work i*.s��*pr.tpd �� itli  neiitncs and di-spatt-li.  Kirst  st.   np\t.   to Vnoionvi i-Gi-in-ra: Storo  i\ SI',.  Il"'  Pi  is;  'ii  Mil?  77?  Ai  t  \\  if  'HI  1 i^����(j*fl������w��n�����i���J��������� ��� li*I7:4-'  r.:-s-'v,-?.^'-:  mm  ('*>;'���.-���':''"'���'" "'���������'������  I^SV.:"''-' i  lis  II  ;�����..���.���������..  j:;feZ;Z,Zi77  p,7ylZ;  l^-.'^v ���','  liCAT-:;  |f.*fZ:  ��11  |.Z777  J&  k.A^AA.  WiAy  jtZ?Ai77  1 #  : = A7f  11  tips  WAA  If&r.  I  V4"'.���.:���'.:-M.'-' ��."-'."���'>  Iff:  K  ATLlN|^;T|.ZyC;.;,: SATURDAY^  PICKED U!>.i ERE^AND :Tii��RE^  -Cliure.li:'oT "'l5ii'(iltiini::"L A'   :7^7y1:; A,j ��� :; ���-  .  !-'t. Martin's- Church, e'or. Tliii-dnnd Train-  ;orst reels.   Sunday-,services,.Matins at; 11-a'.;  in*., Kvensonir 7-:i0 p.- m. y Celebration pi'Holy.  :Coiniii'iini6n,7lst7:Su'ndtiyjiAcai.di'ni()iitli and  on ^Special. oron'sious/ Sunday Sal 1001,..Sunday at.7:'..;p.7:ui;A .Committee; Meetings! 1st  Thursday .iii cni-h: month;;:.".���/. j..',7;; 7;/.,:  ���������-���������'���" Itev- K; li. Stniilrpnson, lloptoi-.'. .  .. SpAndrew's", .Presbyte^  AerviuesJnAtheyAv yl>; Hull,- SeeoiniySt reel.  ' .Morniii!*: service' at 11; c veiling service -7 iIIO  .Sunday Sell00l;ut the .close of the. nivruiu1':  ��f;i-vk-.p., ;,Rev..(.' 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Ma, 'a-:'777; Bobzts'zan:d;^Ho^;^^:^|-^^  '��MPLETE.::;z7;|i;Gp5C;zJd^^  SJS^s:  AMm  - s :i^il\ S.;LUtei.-Un:-tUiC^LlSCIv. i,,;..i:!.irSU .ai;;C^-.4"i_o.~  be;iches;bu gbbd7partybf creek;:haveT^sajZZ^^theTI;  :7Z;yPrescriptipiis-carefiiny,cbhi;iZ^  edZat7Eprliip& LeZCappeilaiiiZs;,-%;;:ZZ7  2\ ZZDr;7 You'iig ' has' 7retiirived:yZirbrh  ;White;Horse. yfHe repbris7business.  t h ere:7yenU 1 i vely���'.-; Z Z.Zy-Z AA\ ������ y : A- ;7a 'i^ZZZ  Z7Z7UiZ>:tp;77d.atey77Paii^s77.'it^  ch.aiigeZ;7773'TyZ.Z7Z.;":7;.;7yA-yA  The'largestf-assprthieiit bf tiuder-;  ;&^Sgm|)tpffs|||a|(|  W?A  '^dm$BM^&M  La;.?GHJ;KSPi EAPrpi:v;:Zr:  ;Z\VA:l,TKijZ'BiS\ZRiK ..-M'g'r'iA  agai^;  K^O'lV  mn  Z: prospected well.--��� Apply'.GT;AiM-y01-  ���'.;r;fice..-'Z - "AArAA\:'A:':- y^'"~\-r':" '������(���'A!^'\.  ':."-,z-.-_"i-YsW^'ior.'.. :.i3ZicEi_diii\-Z"Citi]>7S*cot*bli/at"  .the Leland'HOtel.'       "7--: ������-':   -^  7 ZZKor Z fi'esh   pork .Sausage call Zat  Eraser &Co.'  7 77Z- *A:A 'A  .;'������; 7 Mr.    Muscot,   of the Exchange,'  ������ has   received   this: week, part of his  .large shipment ofgoods, and it; will  7 repay anyone to giye-himZaZcallZand:  - see'his. fii;eselectibnZ77 Zi;;.:  -.a-7A  , ;Mrs. Halferty is cook at the Tepee.  .7; y ; If you '���. \vaht7 the    best groceries  .; and pro visionsz'in cani p. go to^Eraser  A^^o,:J:j.:AAAfAA'AAA^  y vSmokeLa Flor de Marca and you'  7-wiirsmoke   uo;other:l)raiid; aslcibr-  7-it aiid.'see IhatZyou .Zget; it.r���Leland:  Hotel keeps them.   ... v, a aZ  Owing to the great: amount of  sickness'in.; town the .-'Presbyterian  Church concert has had to be postponed. .-.-.'.    ' Z _ y ;   :  P'or 7bargains in Spring goods go  to the Exchange.. .    Z-   7 Zy  20 doz. caps,- 50   and   75   cents;:  worth double,; at the Exchange.7  One of the  first.symptoms of.La  '���'Grippe is a cold and had   headache;  curein time   by using Eortiu & Le  Cappelaiii's Anti-Grippe Powders: 7  Ben Wehrfritz,   is  one of the arrivals this week.  , Group of Seven Bench claims for  sale. Best part of Pine creek.���Apply Claim Office.  For   shoes, go   lhe -.Exchange, if  you want to save money.  For overalls go to the Exchange,  only $t a pair.  Store to rent in best part of town-  20 x ;vV Apply Claim Office, -.,.  iXCiiauge7:7.'A;7:;7777.:7,.:;;  ���:��� Fashionable hats at the Exchange/  'A-- Tlpi. Raths,;-Trby ;Laundry7:7-77Z:-;;7  ��� C00R7:;AVANTED���for ZMcKee  creek;;; :eamp.---A.'������.Apply7.--tb 7R; -A)..  ;Featherstbnliaugh.;Z7 None7 butyfirst  class^cook'need apply; ;.��� a: 7;   '���,  '; Gbbd:7Tabie7 Butter atZEoley'S/as  aiid 4.0: cenls7 rier:Z.lb:Z. Cooking But-^  terZ,7i6tp'.25 cents Z'per ;lb,-aiid: all  other 7goods7cut'"."to makeZroomZfor.  large Spring;impbrtation Z7 7 Z. 77:7':'  7  BatlisyHdt,' Troy Xaundry.     7 7:7;'  . .Prescriptions carefully coin pound-.:  ed- at Dptkriii;s^ 'A-A J-A Z.- ���' ' tZy'ZyZy,  : -FbrZZZriibber-Z boots'Z'go; tpZtiib Exchange A A-  '77 7 y" 7 A". A yy-; 3 . ���        ;.;;:-.���  :? ZZGenerafAZrthcr Cigars at the Kx-  change. a',7..:.7ZZ ZZ'y..; 7Z;,7:y.Z. -.- '...7..'.7  -...:., Y'ou can .buy butter, for dog feed  at:aiiy   price,;'., but- -Nickersou' -can  give ��� you'Zchoice'aiew   .Creainei'\-,  eitiiepAustraliaii   or .Canadian   at  50. cents:,also   another: lot  of that  nice Smbl'.ed   IMsh. at 30 cents per  poitnd.:   Strictly jre.sh ;eggs-j ust arrived.: - ��� ... ...  -., J. C-.'Duffy.aiid wife returned U.si  week.: -.        .    ;.���"',-.���.:������.-��� .���. .  All;. ,\vool sox, 3, pair for $1, at  '.he Exchange. ;  Just arrived ! I'Vesh potatoes aiid  onions and .strictly ."fresh". Eggs.  Best Creamery Butter, Oranges,  Lemons aud Apples at Pillman's.  AAAAA A^ ^/>^.,^V^M/���>'V(A^/^/ti^!���J:,���  :   FINE ���'".-    '  :'^~^.  ���ffW-  a_+��Zy,i .77  'v:.-.j;..a:vZ;--in:  $.V?S*a)!.>S:f-**  The'iupstZCentralaudyConvenieiit 7 in   Town:  A '"ZZ; Z-yy;.';-Z;..Z;7;.;Z.'' 7.,.Z'.'Zy;.  Z,:7,' .Teiiams. y 7: .-','���.  ';7;Zz-;7vZ-7;7y ���; a. A./:G;Z Kirschfeld.  \\" 111 -'-'ija-'v-'iiltered to- suit::  '���'.4JI-U':  :S��sMf/B8s^H@^w'M^rdw^r'i  .��> .7 -. A ~-  tO>, . ���.,'���:.:'  New iMiilSiM-ond   Hand   Tin "iiiiil Grain re Ware, Iron  St pel.' l-'ic.-lfs. Shovels and dllacksm it Ii'h  .    ACoal. Giant. I'owder, Cai-'S, Kuse and .YuUo.ii StovesZ    -    '7  7-.7;';77;'.;   -'r- ;;.;    7V:7Z::7' '.���'.'>o6cls--.-Boui-}i!t-.Sol��r--'aiid   txrlumged. ���������.".������-.,���:���;���',1 ;7. 7. 77.',.. .A.'a  r ;imezy^iews z an cl Pliotos" g"o to  :/i.-��r  i#i  &j+-  ^  -f h u:-$>% i > a ^a ^|.; ^.;- ���..',:..  /.������-.-...-���,.'��� -���  '--.������Ej 1 msv-plates,;: etc. for sale.  ���;  ; ;; ������;   77 Birst.7 an cl a Pearl St r^et-s^  ���::?'"' :Atl^  c--.Z|i  {\-j,jr y-BATHS ���-  \Ja   IX*   BARBER S  SHOP  ������,-������' .'���. K. LINK ; :     ���    . 1-i-n'i,;  .Now occupy their new quarters next,  to the llanli of-HZ'N. A.. Pn'-st StreHt7  The lmtli rooms ai-e enually as jrood as found  iii  cities.   Private  Kutriitn-e for ladies. .  I"*- ^  HOTEL.  7   7     DISCOYJiRY, H.-'C.-.."':  When you come to Discovery take  shelter under the tree. 7  Finest of'liquors. ���    Good 'stabling.  j OR  . AT.  THE  PRINTING  CLAIM-  The = Bank = of = Brltis  rica;  Kstiililishpd iu I.S'T>.    Incoriiurated liyKoyal Charter.  7 Paid Ui" Caimtai. .���'���-'���' -: -    -7 -   .-   $4,866,6(36  '-.���   -        RjisKuvii .Fund.   -    -'  -    -.   - ������'-.'. -    Si,703.333 7   ;���"'���;���"  London Office: 3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street, F'. C,  .'Heiid Office in Canada:      Montreal.  PL Stikkman, General   Manager..   ���'���.;���  Branches hi all .the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland,-Spokane, Poston, Chicago, Etc.  ���    ^QgJJ BUST SmRQMASSS.       '.."  I  J^j "?^SS?;iSsSS;Z5ZTijJ7  mm2issimiiiimss?vr  ^~E


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