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 * .J ���.���tai&fe'ieu ii*.**p*V*it<iii�����tiu^ j Jwa^t^lfrt^  i.fcT.'jMUtiUM i*W>UHt i  t&l^&'git^XM&aiQifflW'^^  ^aau^^M^kiiaiaai  i^&iUnYM^.'M.^^  .y^-.>:Ji*J.ll��.t.WiiA-'V -.-,'���  :rin-"'V^i>V.-^^  :^A-  -.,��. ,*-*vay>.'.'.v?;"v^1  T:,,\v,,v,,. :;. .:>T,^;- i.v���#.  VOL.  12.  zjrc  ���'VrATLIN,- BTCvv, SATUR DA Y:,^MAY,:;^;:igo5:7  ,:nc  304  A - French" Peniai��--The War  wf T^T; .Drags' ^ oriT  ;Domlnion^Flnaneds--Thi3 Strike; in  ;���     -^ ; Chicay-cw-Eai'fch  ;;;;TTT":dere'iV8urr^  7:T;Tdtt awa,���; 0nI:v:;'M ny?? S':>-r111; tlie)  Trhqi;isa;j.bcliiyT^  ' ��� iov::SbuL!i::-YoVk,|ui-:gecl.;tlie"Gover-u-:  7B the htf-toVh ol cf a n ;;e leet i 01 i ��� ;ii r;: North  -���������Oxford ;ai^^  "������-. '.tniei'Tlva'tiner"1 :said,V:tliat^'';as ; Mr.:  Sut;lr;e):h3nd;had 'dt^doiiAVednesdayi  T'^asfcalr^the^  '77\ pi aceTbrf Satir rd ay,:- h ejtiioughtithat;  .Ti'-M.'r^jV^  Tceeditigiy.b^  ^iby'r&ina'rk^  V -an; answer; tb':Mn;McteOTi's request  ���^������:;iu^du)i-'time'.^^T^v��.-T^^  :T>'it has ;been -decided .tq, divicleTthe  :'; 11 ew,'p 1:6vi 1 ice: of;;A1 b'erta: ���,iiitb ,25-  ���:,.;������/constituencies. ���;:';���.-.. .;;. ;::&:';;:>;^Tv'T;---;  %.;:;!;;. Lbndoii;TMay-;S.-^Th  '���?: ��� foreigu'office lias;issneda;stateluent  :v;declaring"'.eimrvi)'a'lically Urat;t!.ie;al-.  \.,;!eg'ed breaches'bT.rieutralit)':'bruthe:  ::777 Cochin TTC1 ima^'^^tv^tn^mv^  ^;r_--jbuncled:^-;T.T'T' 7~~."7;';-:"T7-;y'.'.; T,J''  T/.!:Tit'; is^'epbrted;;tliat; several jap-'  r, ; anese: s h11 is ''appear off; t he/;'-coafelii'; a"t  ���:':^,A^uby,ev'ery.-^  'less iff communication1' witnT;Fpf--  T - mosa. A line' of JapaiVese scon't  "   :ships^isTenbrted.to,;'extend;arouriT]  :: thesotith;end of the -Islaud;of-F.or-  :,.:.inosa, and "' airotlier/'ljiie of .scouts is;  ,'. '"said .tobreach f>ir oul.iiitoA.he Pacific;  ;77 from Llie-south^ibo^st.ofFofruos|h:  -.'  -���    Ottawa, Oiit.;May '8.��� The -state-.  . meiiVbf the-'Dbrumiou 'fiiiance^ for;  '\T-.lhe:.::te!t:tubH^  ���:' ������ I ve*hT eViciirig '��� April; -':30th-,*. -shows/  :::';:^50b700Q.ofaii:increase'in-i'eyerure,;  '":.': )!&5p?77opp7o:an'.incfease  in prd-in.-;  ; ��� ��� ai;y :^;kbehdi,ture/ -aiid;:-$i:,^  TVbf aii\.;irrdi'easevhr.':e>:pe;nda^ure:> O]!;  .   ..capital account:-.''��� 4- T: T:  ' fjbiicloriTMay/S:---Tlre' lieu'S^ha's  '������." .reached 'here-that overdone-.hundred-  picked men from the striking: Army  .:'��� Hoot   \\^orker.s ,ol..'..NorL-hamploii-  shire, T��cc'biii])<'uiied''.. by'a ��� baiid   of  .music,   hav.e  started .on foot today  for London'.to .lay'their  grievances  beforetlr'b.Wai-Qfliceauthorities:: ���������'  ���' ���i^s^May 9.'^Ari. oliicial des-  ��� patch received -to 1 iis^l.it-,.s'tatcs that-  the Russian sqiuidron has departed'  from Kong Har_Hay,r;iii:l,.ihat the  French '..authorities aiong 'tire rorrte  oft'he ���squadron ai'e'niaking deter-j  uiiticcl.efl'orLs.H'o k'eep'it'uioving.  T?)li'io;"May 9.���It'^-'anticipated  by l3ic .oflicials here-.that: the two  divisibnSibfhhe^Rtr.aaian;sqnadroir.  will.unite today.    ,���:'���"j '..  .���Hwig'jKongw.May.p..���A. despatch  front Sing .{r'uiivChiua, -says that  Hventy-liverRnssia.^,warships were-  sighted off V;uifoiig' on May 3rd,  .���iiiti UiaL/ourteen cruisers were seen  off Three' Kings on Vhe same date. .  Toldo,' May 9.��� Official reports  received   today 'show    that    only  slight -advances have, beeri rrrade iii  I lie TriiigyWii;  Ujoii :;aird   Ghanglu  district.'i. :''-,;-.':.'The;-bnly.''fig'iiliirg'of.;ial'e',  II as ,bec 11 .c'a'yal.ry'sk iriirisi 1 es.��� ���..; 77:. ,-  ���:;:: Ne\^:��brlcT^M:iy;:^T---'rhe cbririse[  Ibi-^JSlmr.^Pattersorr ;iiasapplied.for  b"ihV-;;TlT:-;!CT  V:'?*QifebeC, - May'9^Sbhie:3  .teriiiecliate: .���a'i'vd;.^^^sfeerage passeivgersi  lrave^lnrrdediiere;5 with irr; the last  i4:hbufsv':T'.vi-^v::";--TTT^;'-T' v';TV;,'.v'.  -Si.'GJy^s'P��':'-'.:';'M^y.^^^  weekv; of; the ���teanisters sirike;-tofri^  rhenced today*;and "the e'iHployei;s-  are.Vappare'ritly.''holdiiig':J t.lie'a.dvair-;  tage^ .yThej'tea'mster^ .iaiypearto^be  iii'-V/'a positionvwhereTth'ey^ nius.t;  eiither;yield-p.r,else.;decide:tO/exten^  the.-s'trik'e':by.'callirig.puL.. thonsarrds.  of affiliated..workers!;' Three men  were'fatally ���injit'red;.;dufi'ng.-lbday*s;  riotingv. ^i'Tr;.'^;;:y::''':���./.''t:. . ;;\;';;...-;:-;..?..::;:.'.  ;::;St.v 'iPeterahurg;���'.- May '/.g.���The  -Japanese- -authorities Jiave.TCfiised'  to agree to a/defihitiotrof tlie limits'  bf.":'th"e';';:war''rzo'ii^  0fthe preser 1 i posrtibiis'-of the ;op-  pbslrig:armies;.TTTv:'TT��� :'-:-:,77)^7:7:'-}'-'7  :- EdiribntbiL;May^ 10.-���The ; Iyietr:'  -teriarit-Goverrior .ofvthe.Pxo\auce-af.  A1 bert'a'.' will.:;be ;sworit ,in iier.e' on  M-iTii'ti^-News.  -���,.������. .   .Cv.-   ��� ..���;..,���  JtiiyTi st..:������' A.big celebration ;is. being.  TSt.-';Te'tfersburg^;;Mky;jp.-^Gfiuv  eral'.:K-nrbpatkirr' has . ftria.ljiyv'been  relieved.;of vhis^-Gbmmand'-.:;.pf ; the  First���.'"���Army;..aud-# has..been recalled;  rlo'StTlPetersburg;.;.;,..;.-. ���;���';. ,. ���'".���' .....'  ���: ^ohibay^ ��� ���M'ayi.ib.:���Kifty^people  hkve'beert ldlled'-'here.by arr earth-  qtHiiie.' S'- ':.-:'-v: \..:.;-'���;;.:;������'-;''-.'.-. ������;;'.��������� -���'���.  ! ^Vancouver, ���v-Mayj i;::-T-A '-liiait  named Johir Jacksbhstoday asked  tlie' local, police: to-, place- :hini guilder  ;orVekt',':siatihgUhat;he.i!ad:murelered-  iawo'rnaii'riahiedi.pbra .'Wh'i'tfield'irr  littgh'rhd': on' December '23^1903.:  He said th'at'.'h'e-..;could- iiot bear-'the:  s'ecret'oriy'longer;; -;-- ---'-r:   ��� :-���;.--.:';-  ; Pipiitg'-i'oti Tine CreekTyas 'cbm-  tirenced for ty days earlier', than 'last  'year.; .:J;'?\ 7777:::'..-,' T'V-^TT".-^^. "'';.'  .::,;Mr.;;l{dr^Telfbrdi:\whb;.lias,gnst  returtieti;;n-o^n;vtlre-:ea'st'ft;with-;his  l3ridb.";'^as ;takeir"a-lay^witliT-Redy  JacH^MbDonald^ir'thev^ifterest;^  MessrsT;BlackTaiid/^Grarri';;iir-;th^  .Senatbr;G'rbup,;:BbulderAereels7.;.;-:;:;r;  n;;:;Mr;:Alex^'F:M(:Ket]zie^wii;l^  ^he^'Gassiar^' -creek lease'von- Boul-  vder"Cr^dcthis;suhimer..v;-;:; ';';:;.;;:i:;v.:;;;;  :i^y^he ���^imining^operations- v:which;  MiaVebeerrca'rfied; ,bn-<for..the4ast ,'iS;  mibn.thslbyv,MesSrs:'vBlack:&-eo..:oh:  BbtildbrtGreelc vwill clbse-dowujfor  .gbodvit-r|;abouy-thfee;;weeks.;^ f-:; ;;���.;;:���.A  f.:.;'Mx^p;-;Ti'.'Switi^  r'iye;-hfM:;e:.;abpiit the;i;6th-ihs.t.,.;aud  i \\\ \ ;=thie; -1, tiiea 111 i ni e ���".; the "p 1 a n t /p f; the  ;Britislv^m,erieahTDredgirig::Cb;Y,bf  wliiclr���,.'4ie:".'.is.;i'.-maiiage_r)i��h.as: -.been.  made, read y-.fbr:'tlie'seaspn's;;:Wprk:',.  TvAliftli^l'rVdraulic^cpmpauies.yare  busy::get(ti]gT-iii/shape7^rid.pip4rig  lias rheeii dn-progress; pti: :Pih&Creek  '{6r'#ox&i7&&y'$>:$7Jyy>^  .iTMrT3;iHTPfurn be,.wiil:.lpbk^after.  the" in iiii tr gVbpera'tior.s Vf o r. -,t lxe... Mc-:  ;ICee--c;o!]'ipaiiiesvtlirsr.sunimer;v:i ;H.e.  -h't'-s tliii^c-t-ii inea;at wnrlc at^i?^''^--;  ;. Assesiinent^prk'-to ;tlrbiexiffri.t of  ^500'has;:tlVis.;we:ekt:beerrT recorded/  'b'n'the^Sunse^-ahd-Bostoumi.rie.raV  ���cla'imsTT':' .'.���';. ':["���'��� -: ��� .' '--'v������"���:������ ���' \-';;������'>.���;.���'  ^hXast;-8unda:y:!. fire.;;destroyed; the.  tool '"���house'' of; the North Columbia.  Mining 'Gonrparty at��� piscbvery, and  among other things-lost'was^a large.;  headliglit.  ;;.Tlie; damagedpue^was  about'|2pO..;T, ���'' :���-;V v'T";..; 7:-:..-:;-,..;;../  V.T]ier2;;,is^a; sho'rtage;Vof. m^ivori;  :  ;,; Staked. and;Reeprdecl. -, ST;;'  ;;  ';Mystei-y,V bench lease oirSprucei  "Creek, by Ole Qwra: ;-";::;���/;"'T77'T-;���;-���.  ,':������. "Teslin;'' bench please on^Spruce'  Gi-eek,.;byVAiid'.-'"G'ur'yiu."':TO';^  ' v ''Anira;:;Ma)'ivV: bench': lease: on;  Sprhce.'preek);::by^Geb.iH.'Bray;er^  ���;/ 77:7",7':-,; 7: rApplieatipiis. ''T 77 TT^tT;  ;-.: The;;..following^applicatioiis^'for-  leasfehave beeir posted:-:;';-7777 .���;.': 1.-��� 'T  rT^Gladias.Tsbeiichjleasepn Spruced  Creek,;:,by;Tom; \VLute.' ���'-.:. ���; ,<),: ;.V  ..<c^|\Ve,:r.;}Threer"Tberic  Spruce: Gr.eek,-;b\'Geb.;:Furrin.^  BouldeivCreek-: :,  Erom the RecordingrOffice.  Iterris'"of' T^ev/sT;T:''vT';  To date '325; building, permits  have' beeii isst'red in -Winnipeg, covering :btrildings valued at $2,384,-  400; ,$709,000 ahead of the same  period'oflast year. T - ,.;.,.,.., i,  '���' It' ^y'as^i.'.re'pbrted-na.'. few clays"ago  that ���;M.''Delcasse, .'for eight "years'  France's iniitster of foreign affairs,  had re's'rgue'd'V"'' A later despatch  stated tl(iatj-l,ie'<liad:decided'tb- retain  lfis.'por.tfolio.... ���-:������ '        -    ��� ' :  Schwab, of A'n.iericah steel fame,'  has practically cpnclt'.decl.arrange:  inents lo bttiid slrips for the Russian  A'dininalty... Details are ke"pt secret  but'reports-have it that thevvessels  :will., be ���."the'.-'iudst ,fo'rmid'a:bl.e afloat  unci of. 16,000'tPirs displaceuieuti  ���A LDiidon...,cl'e'spatcli,.,a. .few days  agd'annoirnced  that  Sir P. J.;. Ber-  ���t.itv ���:"jtne:;'-^yl'sl1 ���^."'.^sad.or^vto  'i^ra'tice"' /"hall pi:eseri.teci ' Fbrel-gn  MiiiLSt|jii'.IX'Jcas,'jf. with a note from  the British CVoveiiitnei'itcoiirteously  supppr'ting-' tlie'' repre'seiflations ��� of  Japan' 'in', regard t-o the stay of the  Russian squadron at Kanirauh Bay.  Hydraulic "Leases."- .:  .:'TT'li'e;.iollb\vi^  the goreni ment'office bulletin -board':  ;'"Atlij, Ma'y'?S, .'1905V���I^otice', is  liereby given that 'Volcanic.iCreek  is now open for location; .-ui/iier- part  2 o'f'tlii Placer MiningAtt.;;;J. A.  Frasei.'Gbld Cotuni'issipner,;'  _'..���': ���'.  ;T'V;'. Transfers. '���,-,' T'  / The following leases on.0'Don-  hell 'Creek   have! beeir. bought by  RTM^Kee:'    '������ '     '        .  T' ;'"���'���:'���-,  ���'''NX'Sii.-' :"      :    'LBA'SR.T'; I'KOM'..  "GoldHili'No. 2,'' bench, j. PIbu'sel  :"Red I-Iili"      bench, Av.McDoiiaUl'  ���''Red'Hill," creek, H' A. Turnbtill  ,vG61c Hill," creek'; J. M. Turnbyl;!'  "RedHill'No.2"hcrich, Alex. Smith  W.  A':   Baii-d 'to j. McPherson;,  "Union' May,"   ''>'Fair;'Play'''   arid  "Martha," on Pine Creek.  .;yT.:Atim;;;Boar^  TheVAh'nual-Me  .T:,T'T. Oiflpers~-k';'Publi6;;E{eetiirig;toT':TT  ';-V'';T^be;; Held :-fflay7l5V'^  iTThe.-..annuaf ^general \in'eeting.ipf ���/������;-.:���;'?���!;  ���theTAt'liii-Disiricty  was'Ah'e'idTiii^he;;;Cbuit|^  Thu^sday^eveniiig,%i[ 11h \hst���):. .'VT;T;.;-.i,  ; ;After   the. .business';-.. for the ,.past:: ;:.,:���  : iito iii I; li ;':hacl;;; beeriT; ^cmicl irded'T; t heT'f.' :T;;!  :presidpr!r^:.Mr.;;:J^  and ,MrT A; .^C;trlr rsch felcl: ^ was^elec^^T  ;teci.^tb':th^;^liairTT?T.';;TT^  ::;;;:The;rei;inrig :pre^ideiit;; theii;1 reatlTTT  his;;;;repprl,vgtvjti;g:;.aH^u^  work undertakeri.;>frid;:accprnplished -T'T  by.'theboarci;;during: the past ./termT, ��� T  nil; lie, jirisvi;;: ts; f rt::ithi:d i s.trictT,^HeT, :2.7T7  :p'bihfed": otit;"fhat> "wliileymuchTha'cl'' v.  been'd:bne',Hherevstill feluaihed cbri-' -;T  sldenible'tbb^ ca'rrieci'i:o.a"'.sa'tlsfaeV..';}.  tor'y'iissu'e'in EhefulureT.In passing "  ^e'^reinarked^'that1 ^he'^iBpard   of  -T'rade' Wa's''a:'factbr which was: making : itself felt and was the only au-' ".  ��� thorized,;ptt'blic ,bocl}':i n the d is trie; .     .'  recognized'-: h}' both   the 'pbrUinibu  and' Provincial'Governments'..' ��� '������"'"'"[  .'The   secretary's  report .iirclude'd'-  airi'tein'izedstateiueii.twlirelishowed ....  the   assets;; of the' Atliri/City;Elfe: .:.'"'.."  D'e'partiheri t to a mount to \$2,086,25:'.,.,_. _  '���'"'The"'...election.:!.p'f.;'6'ffice'rs..:fb'f-. .th'e".  ���ensuing year fesuUed iir MrVSlaple's   .-���;  and Capt;' Hathbrn ���beiiig.re-elec'ted.  by   acclau'ia'tipiiT as   presicleiitTaiicl  vice;presideir't respectively'.'   Cpuii'-'  cillors' elected; we're: '.' Dr.  H.'.-ii.'-' -'  Young, M.'P.; arrd Messrs. 'B'purne.-���'  Dowlirig,   Kggert,  'G'rim'e,. J\:Ias^ii,  Ne'viieTPillman and'TttrnbniLT;":  -Mr. Fi'ed 17,. StcplVenson Was'tir'V- .  .'aiiimbusly re-elected as Sec.-Treat's".  : .The q'uestio.u of the reduction iii  piice'of lowr'i lots having bcciVpial  the attention "of the board,' K'v.  Bourne brought' down a resblu'ti<V;:,  'wliich'' was adopted,' that ii j'; tibi.0  iiVee'tin'g' he calk'd'for' Mbnday^Mr.y  -i!5tii, irV'ihe 'Comt'Hous'e at'-S.p.u:,'.',  to'cliscuss the .'luat'ttiV and"deCrT.s.'  ���as to what, steps 'should !?���'���' UVk'er'i:'  -. Immigration.  TVbs' Vau'^-lm'to T." 'Molldy,    1 i.os.    auB j^  , j -..-The  total- ininugrairon. .for,, tfie-  Nancy latin-ks,, 1:.���.-������ & ���  'third iiilerest'in  ar'icl": three-quarter' interest'��� in; ' "Pomona" orr'Spruce Creek.  ���   " Geo': A.'Braver ir. P. L. Callag-  liaii, bue-half interest in' "An'ira  May." aud."\Voodst6ck" oil Spruce  Creek.'  '  '  K'd'.'. Telford to  J. A'.' McDonald,  ���'bii'e'-fiu'arler' interck "Senator Min-  inf Co.," Bouhk-r Creek.  line 'months endij'.g .with March  was 76,120, a net-increase of.,6,'614  over tlie same time.last year. Tl-.t'io  was.au.increase of S,o6i,.lroin.G!.e;:t  .BriUiiu, and. a. decrease of J,447  from the United States.    ....-:   .  ':;d:;-:,;;::'T"  Stables iv I,tmisclen  make a s: e-  cialty of Fresh Kggs aud Butter.  ���MfflOWMintftMnu ATIJUi,   B.   C>    SATURDAY,    MAY    13,  1905  /  /  m .nil  The Atlin Claim.  THE ATLIN CLAIM is punniHrb kvcry batwrday  MOnNIKC.      MAILED    rjltt'   TO    AMY     PART OT TMC  would ron no cehts pen month ; ��b-��* r��n  vcAn. ADVKnTtniNc rates : $1.00 pib inch each  inkliition;  reading hoticce, a a ccNiift * line.  SPECIAL    RAvTta    ON    APPLICATION.   :���*++:.   n  JOB PRINTING:  ��ILL*HIAD��, rOST(n&, VH��IT��r��G   CARDS,  IKTTIB-HCADO. PAOanAMMES,       ETC., ETC.  onocna  promptly  rmcvrraDl  PRICES   MODERATE.  The Atlin Claim Pudmshino Co.  JV.     PoiiTjAltD.      GltANT,       Ei>1TOU-MaKA(SUU  VOLCANIC CREEK.  A reference to the news in our  column devoted to '.'hydraulic  Leases" will show that the applications made some time ago for leases  on Volcanic Creek have been refused by the Department of Mines.  The action taken by the Government in this matter, will give great  satisfaction to marry in the district,  and it is another evidence that the  pledges given by the Government  in reference to the wholesale staking of mining ground "are being  carried out.  We understand that quite a few  men have left for the creek and  others'are preparing, to follow, and  that iti is them 'intention to get to  bedrock and find out if the ground  will pay to work by individual  methods. -   - ��� : ������  national boundary is reached'and,  in view ofthe whole,of the Alaskan  properties giving such favorable results, we hope to see more honafide  development done on all our own  prospects instead of, as in the .past,  a little assessment work on a few  claims in order to hold them. We  have the material but it might as  well be in Siberia, as it is' no good  to us in its preserrt state. ,  In an issue in the near future,', we  hope to be able to give a report of  the quartz development, in this district during the past year.       ,  Useful and Ornamental 6eod$  -QUARTZ.  We see by' the'latest Juneau and  -���-v���t���. 1 ��������!��.-��..;__iii01 ine ijuaiu industry, of Alaska is..going.ahead by  leaps and bounds all along the  coast and islands of Alaska and,  from the present indications, the  output 'for the coming season will  be'more than double that of any  previous year.  Iir "speaking =0!" Alaskan mines  marry people fancy that the Tread-  well mine is practically the only  paying one in Alaska. This is not  true, and it'is' sale to say that the  territory named can ..show at least  a. hundred operating and paying  properties.  All along the Alaskan coast from  Portland Canal to''Lynn Canal and  out   to the Aleutian Islands quartz  operations   are extensively carried  on.    ICach   week "and   month news  reaches   us   of ne\,v discoveries, and  each year sees some "of them' developed   into   opc-Kiiiug   mines.    The  development   has really been pheu-  ominat.       This   year   many   large  plants   \vi31   be  erected    along   the  coast   from   Ketchikan "up ,to   the  head of Lynn Canal. ' '  What is true of the Alaskan  mines should-he equally true of our  own quartz. While it is admitted  that there are better facilities for  developing the mines along some  portions of the coast than we have,  still the facilities for development  in otrr district are certainly good  enough to warrant the development  of some admittedly" good'- lookirif  bodies.  During the past years most of the  miners have devoted their energies  to placer mining on account, of  the speedier results. It does not  seem reasonable Hint the quartz deposits should cease when the Inter-,  A.;BR0iACH OF FAITH.'  In demanding subsidies from provinces and. municipalities as the  price of building its litre in a certain  way, the Grand Trunk Pacific'Railway Company is guilty of bad.iaith.  It contracted with, the Dominion of  Canada to build a trans-contiiraital  railway on certain terms. ��� These  terms were thoroughly discussed,  and it was claimed that they:were  exceptionally moderate, that they  provided for no land subsidy/and  that the only financial aid was in  the forin of a guarantee. On these  conditions the contract was assented  to by Parliament, and afterwirds  by the people. It is a breach ofthe  contract to go to a province1 or a  municipality and declare that it  shall not > receive the full benefit of  the line unless further aid is given.  This was .done in the case of the  Province of British Columbia.- 'Ontario subsidized the company for  the purpose of having a spur built  from the main line.to Lake Hhrper-  \rsr This may have been iuisrtfied,  as -the .price 'of something nptjiemt-  ternplaled in the originnlcoi tract.  Ttis entirely different, when the  company goes to Fort William,  which is a natural terminus of the  railway, and declares that it will be  sidetracked unless it grants.additional aid.���Toronto "News." ,-  Why send out when you can gkt goods ab,ch��aI' hkiieH-  Atlin, Nuggit and. .Grape   Rings  and all Uimls ,o'f' Jewelry manufactured, on" tlio premitfos.. -������.-.���  Fine New Stock of  Watches,  Clocks, Jewelry" nnil   Diamonds  -Watches fr.ojn 55.00, u|>.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand'Painted China,'Souvenir Spoons:  JULES EGOERT & SON, atlin and ��isc6vkry,  WATCHMAKERS AND   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS.  J.   H.   EICHAEDSON,  ATLIN   &.   DISCOVERY! "  Full Line of Clothing Just From the East  ': "   ""''''the latest styles     .. ��� ..,,  Complete Stoclo of i DryTGoods    ���   <���������  'r ���������-������.- ���. ���������-.   ��� , = ,,-    rf'i     ,.  THE. LATEST    IN.   HATS, ., BOOTS  , AND      SHOES.  OT1'    Gold "Seal,' Gum   Boots. '_., ,  Our Goods are the Best and,pur.Prices the Lowest.1 ��  e  p.. Bmm  9.  ATLIN,   li.O.   ������''."���  SHELF. AND  HEAVY. HARDWARE,  Tin and Granite Were,,  Miners' andBlecksmiths'1 Supplies,.    Doors-and Windows.  FurtJttnzpe kind Mattress Factory. '  Canadian Pacific- Railway, Compsiriy.  ALASKA   ROUTE'SAli'lNGS.  S. S. PRINCESS MAY,     ,' -...,'���   May 15,' 25; Junk 5.":'  Sailing from Skagway .8vp.m.  Direct "to Vancouver  and .Victoria.    -  '     Transporting by mil or stenmcr to Seuttle.-vvithoiit extrn charge.  We give quick service.     No intermediate calls.  ���  for. rates or. information apply tu  ."H; :R..;B;unn.,:  A^etit, Sltugvi-ay;  ���I  son,  o an  In'an interview last veek Mi. A.  13. Newell, Vice-President and Den-  eral   Manager of the White'Pass &  Yukon Route, said in regard t�� the  outlook for theseasorr:���"The Company does not plan any new undertakings  in   the Yukon this se;  but   we  certainly expect  to '<  enormous business.    There is every  reason   to   believe  that the cowing  season will be one ofthe most jros-  p.erous irr the history of the  country, because   the northern country  has   been   opened up irr some of its  outlying  sections,   and   trade   and  population,  fire   spreading . in   all  directions.    Reports   from Darson  arrd   other   points indicate that the  cleanup'in the 'Klondike,   in   Atlin  anil at all the camps will be fully as  large as if not larger than last year.  Altogether   the north has a season  of great prosperity l>eforc it."  .as soon as possible':' -His party "will  be composed as follows: Ii. V.  'Boyce, Ladysmith; M. H. White:  Fraser and A. H:. -Morley,-Victoria;  Parnell Keary,i\ S.. Hug lies 'and  E. H."Johnston, New Westminster,  and Alex. Lambie, Vancouver.  C. A. Higgar 'wiisi expeeU-d to  arrive in Victoria last week, and A'.  J. Brnbazon and W.. F. Rut-/., o!  Ottawa, who are to have charge'oi  parties iu the field, were ,al.��.b lo  arrive .with him.   .  A United States - officer.,' .wi.lll acr!  company. Mr. White-Fraser's party,  and  it is   presumed one-will lie attached to each of the  other  parties  in the field. , , ...    ',���.  The United States parties will be  in each case accompanied by a  Canadian representative..-  The :  Royal  Men's   Suits ��� Cleaned  "'   and I Repaired.  All Woik Guaranteed.  Gtiodi" Called I for   find    De-  ��� ^ liven d.  i y  .Cflslion elivery.  ''Mr;; and 'Mrs.' J.  S.  Fenn,  ���i'MO ' Proprietors.  '���"HOTEL .VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL IS STCrKED WITH  T^.E   BEST   Of   GOODS  Sam. ���JohKs.icne,   Progf  wmm^uuHMi��  OF'     liATHS- ' '   ���  ���   IV.   BARUliR SHOP   '  }>.   SillliLUS   &   Kl>DY   DUHIIAIIV  Now occupy tliuii  u��.-w <|tiiirtt-i�� ui-xi  to the Hunk of K. N. A., l'irsi Strrt-t.     "'  The Uitli roomy iil-u e<iiiiilly ivu ,f��u<l ui IimuhI  in cHi��v.    r'i;ivikttt  Kiiti-miue for rih.n^v.     '*  t ft-1;  ��� _,-.-.."i>iscoyjcuY, u. c.   '.  '���' '.i J^ ,'   '    A .faTKIClI.Y  A' Strictly- Pirst-CIass  Hotel.  Dii'iing-Iicoui in connection.  Choice^'. Vv'iiies, I.iq'uci'^ mid Cigars  'Boundary Survey.  . The work; of delimiting . the  Iromidary between Canada and Al-^  aska.-which was begun .last'season,'  will be continued this year.  Mr. White-Fraser, of Victoria,  has received his commission from  Ottawa to take charge of a party  which will l^e in the field during  the summer. He is making arrangements to enter upon his duties  *'���'��� Palmer. '   ��� ���  , , -.it, -' t  The Reliable Shoemaker,  - ���   -     -     DlSCOVlSKY, li. C.  ED.".' SANDS,   Proprietor  BalnioYa-r Hotel.  "'-���.- ���in  Rubber B'oo��s si Specialty.  Vi>it itt'i  Itllnto Lodge,  A. F.7:& A.M.  ��� ltuii-iilur voimnuiiicii-  tium liolil on .tins liial  Tliiii-siliiy of cm-li inontli  in 'tho A. (I. IT. W. Hull.  'J'liiril Strt-i-t. .    .  Iiretliren eonlinlly inviti-i*.  Discovery, B. C.r  Miller &-McLitpen,   --Proprietors.  ' We   Aim   to   Please.  Finest Liquors and Cigars.  .   Good   Stabling.  rowof.ee S'lcFariaiie  Engineers and Surveyors.  Dixon-'6.   Sehulx,  Proprietors.  T ..,.;.      Discovery.  Ul'KN   DAY   ANiVn(0.HT.  ,T. H. BllO\VXI.KE?..p. I-. Si, 1). I.. S.,. . j  ,'.'. J. W. fttc K A III. A N E, C. E. ���  [   FIK.ST-Cl.ASS Uli.STAi:uA\T  j v   - - ���������in;-       "���-:   -  | . : COXNLi'JTfON.  :   It��4.;; lll.ii. <U'is   lei' l)i;:��.:r��   fcn,Lt, ������tt^-li'lJriit^mji j^iiuilu. ��^fc��� .,^|,n rt ���  l. w-*���*v^-W"JJVi*AltEKlU<��VlI^  ATLIN,   B.- C,   SATURDAY,     MAY.  13,    1905  ATLIN.   TRADING      COMPANY,      Ltd.     Importers   and   General    Merchants,  Staple, and   Fancy't>ry   Goods, Ladies'   Underwear,       .   -*Kfjj.��W~-  Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers, .Men's   Underwear. "*Ky2 IC:tr~  Ready-Made   Cfotliirig,- "   -Eoots,   Shoes, Etc. -JXMASXV  We carry a,full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and'Overshoes- Remember every article we sell we guarantee to be first class.  GOO IIS  MKIiIVKKKD l'UOMJ'TI.Y  ON  TUB 'CHKUKs'. '" '��� ' ' A: S. CKOSS.'T'IICS.  our stock of Staple and  Fancy Groceries  is larger than ever and all at close cash prices.  , Securing Timber  On the North Coast for the Grand  Trunk Pacille.  Extensive preliminary preparations for construction orr the western end of (lie Grand Trunk Pacific  are being iuadc just now irr the  north.  According   to   news   from   Port'  Simpson,   all   the available timber  along   the   waterfront of   Portland  - ��� *��� vu,.-, ���'. <  Canal   and    Observatory   Inlet   is  berng staked out by Vancouver'  men, who'intend to'supply'ties and  telegraph poles and other timber to  the railway* company.", when'"coir-;  struction cq'in'nieu'ces on this'coast!'  The leader."6'fTthe party irr the  north is" Mr. H. H.'. Russell, who  lives in. Vancouver, and who .was  one ofthe lieutenants of .the Morse  party when the vice-president was  paying his recent visit to Victoria.  Mr. Russell came 'j|6rth .and purchased the steamer Fern. He next,  secured the services of Mr. Hunt,..a  well known timber cruiser in the  north, aird annexed half a' dozen1  Indian guides. ..Then he ���' commenced work, aird has been busy  for over a month securing timber  limits which will later1 be" filed -in  the Government ..offices at Essiug-  ,ton arrd Simpson.  ;  hammedanism.he will lose all claim  v ' *���  to Ilia title of "Protector of Holy  Places," which is regarded as the  main factor . in holding his empire  together.     , ��  Thirteen coal miners were killed  in accident last weekjn Oklahoma.  .   Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTJf'K Is licjreb.v giv-nii tluit on and after  Jiyii<Vlst,J!)OiS, tho. Mluhiir .l'ui-tnerkbip  heretofore oxiitinp:   between  tlio 1111-  'ilorni{rneil,t under tlie llmi'mimc of liluclc &  Grunt, will bo dissolved, .  ���-'.������- j. (j. j{r;AcK,  l"'      !, -    . "W. POoI.AHO  GlUNT,  VlS-'-lt "       <���   ��� ������ A.F. McKu-KKiE.'.-     '������  The Rival Navies.,  ��� ���-  In order to appreciate .the magnitude of the   naval   struggle   wliit'lj,  will take place when Admiral'-TogO  meets-- the   Russian   fleets,- the.t-^'o  opposing forces are set out in   total  as follows:���  ; 'JAPAN. ���      ���';,-'  GKOSS. AV. TOTAL  NO. TONS. KNOTS. GUNS,.  Battleships.���,5 ' 69.goo jS-io    Sb" "  Crjiisers 19'113,496  r7-22 2 $4  And four other'cbsolcte vessels-"'-  RUSSIA.' -  Tire following comprises the Bal-'  tic I'lett, Admirals Rojc-stvensky  und FolUersahrv,, Supplementary  Squadron, Admiral L>ot:ovosky,  und the Third Squadron, Admiral  NebofeatotT:���   '   . ���  ���  GKOSS   , AV.    TOTAl!  XO.   TONS.' KNOTS. GUNS'.  Battleships, i r i.0o;O78  r^rS: 134:  Cruisei.';.^..i2 ��� 68,150 15-24    96  And about twenty-eight- torpedo  craft.    . Uifc,. or. Death Struggle.  London,. May 6.'���Those conversant with the situation in Yemen  province,' 'Turkish- Arahia, regard  the situation there as being hi the  nature of a life-or-deaith struggle,  for the Sultan of Turkey. They  point out that tire warlike Arabs of  Yemen who have never done;inore  than impatiently tolerate the Turkish yoke, have now''grown tired of  paying taxes three or four times'  over and-have revolted. Should  the rising in Yemen succeed it/is  hound to spread north to Hejaz,  ���and i-' the Sultan's authority, is  wined  out iu that holy land of Mo-  WATEKOLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,  '     -    .. '   ", ,1807.    '     ���'"  It it hereby notified that'seliediilp oiic ot  fees payable under thk Act, notioG of which  vv-nu published in the British Columbia Gazette of tho 19th of October," 1900, has been  amended by striltinu out the words "up to  100,000 inches" in the St li, 10th, 21st and 22nd  lines of the said schedule.  Hy command.  -   I'ltES. J. Fui/ton,  8th April, 1005. Provincial Secretary.  ��� BILLS-OP SALE .ACT AMENDMENT ACT,M4  Notice- is .hereby- jriveu that, under the  powers conferred by this Act, His Honor the  Lieutenaiit-Go'veVjior in Council has been  pleased, to order that the oftico of the resris-  trar of the -'County Court at Atlin shall be  the office foir.the'resfiutration of Hills of Sale  referring to ami dealing with chattels situate in the termor}- embraced iu the County  of Atlin as deilncd by section 2 of the "Counties  Deiiiiition'Act Amendment Act, 1904."  17th Ap'ril, lOOS. Provincial Secretary.  Liquor License, Act.  TV-rOTICii Is hereby given''thut I shall  "1-"* apply witliiii-iiO-.d.ays from date for  permission to transfer the Liquor License of  the Gold' House, Discovery, to Christian  Nisseu.     ���        -. "'" .-    .,  ni6-Jt Jok. 1'. Rose.  LIQtJOR * LICENCE   ACT.  Application for Transfer of Licence.  rpAKE NOTICE .that..!. K. P. Qi;f.ejj, of  Atlin, H. C. shiill'i|-ppJy to tlio Hoard  of I.icfiu-u Coniiiiisbitineis at their nr\t  meeting for tlie transfer 'of the Hotel  Licence, now hcl.l by ine, to sell Intoxicating Liquors in the premise-, known as-the  " Leia'ii'd " Hotel, situate onT.ot 12, IUock 10 of  the Townsite of Atlin, H.. C, to James  .Uasi.ktt, of Atlin, U. C.  Dated this 27th day April, 19u5.  I-. P. QUEKN.  Last Chance Mineral Claim. .  Sl'l'UATK  IS  THE ATLIN  MlNlNCi  DIVISION OT  CASSIAli     DlbTIlICT,    CONblbllNCi    Of   THK  Last Uhanck. .Minkisai. Claim.   Wheiii:  I.OCATf.U ���Hi'.TVVKIiN IIIIICH AND IIOUI.UI'.H  Cheeks, Xokth of Pink Chuck.  rpAKIv NOTICE that I, M. IU Janiieson,  .' -" intent for W. II." Hrown,. I'ree Miner's  Cei-tilicate ]iSJ,S90, and J. M.Ikj'vViiinjr, Free  .Miner's Certilii-ate li34,KU, mid .lohn Woods,  Free Miner's CertiiicHte, l)SI,S92, intend, (ill  days from date hereof loapulyto the .Mining  ltqeoriler for a C'ei-tifjcivio-'Of Improvement  fu'r.the purpose of obtaiuiiis,'' nOovvii Grant  of tho above ulnini-;,_,   ,.  And further take notici- that airtioM, under  section. Si, must bo coiiiineiiced. before the  Iksiiiiiivi; ut such Certificate <if Imvroyement.  D��te<l this 4th day of March, 1*!(5.  .M. It.' J KM ESON. K M. O. iiS4,S'J4.  Good Hope. - Mineral Claim.  Situate in wa atun Minik�� Division of  CA13SIAH'���������IMbfOT��!4'.     WltKlIK    LOCATED ���  HKAUQUAllTI��l��j'<��i' GilANlTiE ClIEEK.  r-pAKU NO'f'rOB tlwt.{'.'-Geo. Pollay, PV.M.C.  i u:W,S01, part owner ami ��t?ent for John  KirUlmid, B. M-C HSi*,4Sl, intend, sixty duy*  'from t.l��i ilutte'hereofr't-ju R|H>1.V to the Mining  Ilecor^'cV *�������.�� Certificate of Iinproyciiieiits.  for tli��i��i��-pose of obtMiniiifj a Crown Grant  of the^hove clainu .  Andlfui:tli'er take notice that action, under  sectron 31, must be 'commenced before the  issHttirceof such GJert'iHcatebf liii|iroveniciit.  . *lated tliis Ist-tuAj- *iJF Ajiril, A. D. 1035.  The;! Atun Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,. also  POULTRY. OF ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager,  BtfNWELL,;: PEART   &   CO.  -SUCCESSORS  TO-  1     ;  ��� THOMAS   &   BENWELL,  Wholesale  Dealers in Wines, Spirits and: Cigars.  l.-:J.- ���  ��� , -i     i  Local Acent: M. R. Jami'eson.     Head Office: Vancouver, B.jC.  The KOOTEN.AY HOTEL  OPEN    DAY    AND   .NIGHT.z  THK .DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTED   ON  STRICTLY FIRST-'  CLASS   PRINCIPLES. '     ' :  '  THE   GOLD    HOUSE",  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  i i* - .  ,  C.���H. Nissen, Prop.      - -     -    F. P. Wrong, M,gr.  Restaurant iu Connection  Under  New aud Capable Mauu��cmeut.  THfe-.'-RUSSELL   .HOTEL  DIXON    BROTHERS,   Proprietors. "'  ....  <*&*,   Pool    &    Biiliads,    Free. ������-���  Freighting and Teaming js*        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  9  TALLMIRE   &   BENNETT,    Proprietors.,  Corner "Fearl and First Streets, Atlin, 13. C.  I  |  -�������   Ifirst class restaurant  in connection.  UIOICCST \VINtS. LIDUOIIS ANU tlU.VRS tA5t GOOUS A SPCCIALrV.  The   Canadian   Bank  of- Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.      ; .. .-  R:iSJ-i:vii,   $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeatt��v,  San Francisco, ���    ������  Portland,  ������"  Skagway, ete��  ���,Exchange''sold on' all'Points. ���  Goi.n Dust Pukchaswu���;Assay Oi'hicu in Conkicction."    D.  ROSS,Manager.  VANCOUVER ENfilN  '���������-,��� : VANCOUVER, B. C  S,. LTD.  specialists in  HO  mg wmmmemf<*  ���HY.DUAUL'IC    GIANTS, -t   WATl-K    C.'A'n-S, . .  RIFFIJi    BARS, STKKL RIVI-TTl-I)    111 i',  HOISTS,       MIXING    CAGES     and     OKK    GARS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  A.   G.  HIRSCHFELD,   /.rrtvnt.Ter Atlin  DistJ-ict. Local' Events-;  .���Tents,' A/and wall, at'-:Regau;s.;:-r  ; Ah/additionisTb be;ma<lte:To.;the  "��� kooterray Hotel kitchen, Mr/ Tiros."  Sweet having plitained-the contract  [idr-lhe excavating.    TTv/T ; '1T..i  ;:  ;S^  Ecgert'sT  Rates reasonable.'       ������-  'v   Peter;.Angel' ('?.)l-lias'-'l?��T9l^s^]. f}  ;:elaim 0!^SpruGe-^Ci;eclc),.a!id::;;laopes  "' to'get a gaocl' share of tlr(^precious  .nietal"' which :\s7usiecl to pave some  '''streets. .',--'.'T,'.v..".. '.:���-'\ TTT::'" -. ;��� / ;T; T  ;:':':  McDonald's   .Grocery,;-makes;.a  Ispccvalty.of fresh eggs 'and butter,:  TTThere   was; a milkTaniiive-at'the  ': begin riin'g of:; the^\veek^; .d3belker''s;  '. cows- were seen   entering Discovery  ���T��nv:the-;^ali^^  probable cause. :....*: ;T.'/.;:,..'.;���  -Mrs.   ,:Peier"s/    Restaurant ; and  :/'Bakery, is now/'opcri-;; ;also fnrnisli-  ed:rooms by;thc'day or;mo:nth.:."���;.;-;7  ���-T :Bufn'this/act-ihto yotrr  mind--���  ;V.'i-t TisT worth.'' remeiviberirrg. tlieirevis  -but oiie'strictly-first-class hotel! in;  ."SkagwayT-It isthe^Fiftlr^Aye^rue.:  :"Our":carriage fleets all'traihs.,' ' I ';''  T.r'Wprk'{*ievi;.aVe: tit present engaged  ��� rii: putting   in air incline slip i'rvfhe-  "���: AV.- V77&.Y7 K!.- wharf Eortheeasier  T.liaindiiin;gpS freightTojanclTrom. the  Tibdata,--' .���:.--�� -;T;.T:T' vT��� TTYTT  7Vf:Tlie-Goi'unibia  Gr-apli'op.hbne 'is  Tow exrifbit-atJules;Eggert^s,Tvhb'is  "sole ngeul;:iprT% A^HirBistrict and  ''. .Gar-Cross."- '- ","���;.'-.'.'-...:.���.''���.-. ':.' '    :���������-. ���'-'".T'  : TvMessrs. ��� Dixoiv:#ros.: 7& Seu'ulz  L'-.'tliis;'.Vv'6dk-.ct:-ect.c3va.lar.gb".ii'e\v building in- which tq'h'quse tlie' vehicles  in   connection . wuh^thek- Every;  business.. ;-:r   ;.v     ���;,":-'-r-'. ���.;���::���". ���  News-has come  from:Vancouver  .that   Mr.   Geo.   A."'Kerr   and   his  "7 brothers1 have fallen heir tea large  fortune left' by. the/1'ate/Alex. ;Kerr,  of Spokane,: Waslr. _,      .T....T. ���.;..'���/;.  ;       Circulating. .Library,, containing,  best edit-io.ris/'at C. K._.I3birrne"s.: '7.  -���: W'lren 'going from their camp on  '��������� Torey Iniet to Scotia Bay fastSunY  ������ rdavMessrs! Butler arid C lac lie r lost  7 their   horse.���'��� ;.The;   animal-  broiW  through    the  -ice   and   before-they'  could' getiToiit died.o.f exposure.;  Everything,in the hardware litre  .   at Regan's-...    ..   '-...'."_ {'.  K. Yo'irng, of the   local 'govern-  ���men t-offices;' Geo."'A. Kerr, of.������Discovery;   R..-A.   Jackson   and    Mr.  Keith   arrived from the outside oir  .  Thursday evening..  It seems that during the past- few  days- the pugilistic tenclaiic'ies of  many" of our citizens1 have..- been  roused. As a result" of one little  aUei'ca.tioi5' we are given to understand that we may have a- new  anderuiking esUiblishniciit, the ina-  Cerial' for the same having been  wired'- for. '��� hi,' ait probability the  'next''stiflT.-will/be claimed by both-'  parties.-  :"The'i'atest'nTagazriies'and nn[i<irs  are alwa-ys'Gn"haiid;at;Pilhnan's. -,  T ^rnf :aiid:'.Mrs:'" Barfony-ol", Pike  ���Riverteleg.r-aph statioir,,ai:e-Lrr town.  ;oh a/shortvisit..': ;::....  :.' ' Pocket&tabie cutleryat Regards.  ; Work, on  the    Dawson,   Grand  'Forks aird Stewart; .River Eins: will  |be pushed'to-corupletiorr-this.sum-:.  "me'rv:T-v-'.'T-"TT :"-���:������;:������������'" ';>TT ���' ''"'""' '���  T;If ���:'5-'qu ���'arW'-;.jycirticula-r,';.;arid:iwaiit.  the;bbst:ar!i'd' lneaiViodiaveit'.���|��tTi\\P.-  d'erate;': rates,;; 'ypuA:'^dil;?s-fo;p:at_tirie  'EiftiiAveiiue Hotel whertirijSkag-  ^v,^y.UkerliehllpeT;tll^:ria'rn'e./.;^:l;^  ^^  ��^j��cri3ig'^JV,anMww*afgccMMr=g J=* ict-rvew  We have -just-received  ���'���^'V''-T ;'77''-^  ]f'v6u7waniil;rz^^  :": ; :-���������;::���������"���:������ ���:,;.Basbl)Kil:-TT-;':-'-''-.-'T;:';:-'  '':���������-'There'wilbl^e- rr-'basebalbniatclir  oii; '^ictbria; T>ay^; .May^4fcli,.t0.;be  flayed oil the vblddootbaU ground.  .T\vo::weU: ���grpbmed..:ari(lrca;iefully,  seiectbd teams;r\viir co.mpete.;"P.ror.  ^fessibh ate"' bar red: ���-���;.: R ossel li,.; field  captain';;' Dr; ��� -Keller, -referee .;.. Re-  ;fre&brjae:'hts';'Qn..:e-ac-\i'--.ba'se.^  ������-..   '-.���'  '<��� '-'- ���'���'.���'      . ';.: �����/''���  srprrd.ree.'i: ::;::..;':;.;... ."���:��� <"."���'��� ";-.-:/'V,:'-T'-  . THijliline' of crpci^ry atTRejari's.  :7777.7:-n?k^^  :!TplvelpwestVand: hi gfaest teiapera-  tures; reccrdedrfer 'the weekare as  foll'bw.s,':'>'-': ,Tv-'-;���'���'.:���.:���.  . ���':{'. -. T: .':��� --v.'  ^^���^W^&^MWBWM^W^  '.-m-:  May  ; 5;';  .''.32; .above.  ������'i:.-.4;6-:abbye  --.������������.. ��������� V;'.;6^.'-.  .   -      22       '���'    ���--���-���  >;'-4P.-.?.^...i  .:'���������.������;������-- j~:-i.  :-.-   26- ���:::- -.:���-(;���:'  ::.\:-fo:i'\u>..ii  -,  .;gv;V,  ;^:-2-7'-T':'':T'-"  ;.-: 4-4-;,s--.-.-.������ ���  :.:. ,/. .; 9   ..  ���:. -2 fr'Tv. '-.'���.  :-.:-"43;--- T>  ;v"-:?;''Tp';T  ;-2-3'"r--- ������:-  ���46'-:-,;-^  .. ���;:.;-.'".-v..i;r_,-;  28' '���:������_ -.:. ���.  . -.',.45'.T:-:::;:,:!  Vfi-^'-';333:Hastin  TT.-' ������;T:-i.T'TTTT'TTT''!^  '\.^^^ck^J0T^v^:(pr  ^'s"elf^Measuremerit'"Biau^  ���: ���bniphiSets^Gafderi   aiM^Erower  Seeds', at C. R. .'Bourne's;-'.-:���������:'.p.'.-  T::ATLIN5S'.:SM0Ei.AlEfe  R.. WHITI'IELD, will be iu Atl^n  about; 'the last of; May. with, a full  lot'of Hand-Made, ���A^AtKUTiGHT"  'SHOUi;.;'  Hold yourorders-for-him[  %nitt'for&&r:':li^  .--������.���������.     .".. .;-, . .', v.% .- ���   ��� '.t1,'.  .-     ..,....' '.���' iV   .-;.��� .. .  IllO'H 1111 y.' t .*..���'��� -���.-���<���   ���   :���"��� .;. .    .*',-���    :..'..'���.   .-" ;.,.."'.   "'���'������ ,     ���������"���'i': "   '���'   -   :'" ���' '-";;-  Rent of lespft ;Meiev,.-������:;:���������-������������������;��������� ������rr-rr-^::- -*���-������ --S ���������: ��������� ���**'.. .������";.' ....   a^:  ... ��� , ',; ���-....,;.'..���..��� ..v-.s'J.U ���>���..,.. v-oi:'at-'rjlat-v rates, as iimlert_   ;, ;,.,./:    ���: :,.- ���;���:<>!�� '��� I -rlh*  v 8f Candle   Pdwer   !ncande5cenif:.:.v..^.;......$'l :./.S- .pet;.: month   po.r -Light  is T;" :;���-"': ������^'"-���'\tT'^-T;T ���;..;;"������;���-���;:-::.- :|:2|;.--;;^/-^'i:rT'-' T..T;. ;���������.-/  3Vii'om Wd'after;fbc.3rd.^��nn^  1H fi-oin 6,a^ni- uiiSif.da.vlikl't.        "   . '::':.: -.    t .v.    ,.;.������ .������.���:���:   ���  -   , .��� ���.���  ������������'Aliri,i,rn\Ml-(.ut'or.'l)iuCU��Mie<l.lnmi.s'-:vvill.be;SseJiJa.i.B^  brousht tothe Coauiauy^^lncerbi.t broke.i'oncswIH. be cliurgedjur at;30 cents each....,  :    The, Company'sMod*^: SteG^'Laur^^  - Miis.v Fess. wno>ill eolleet and. dejivor allwasliinK, re^eiva^.aynienfc^raJl^w,^  pn'y.jiil.uccoiints in coiiiieetion wiili the Uiiyidry.   :;   jif'/^^T-^'T .';,;:'"'.'    .   ,-.���.-  ������IMll'" D  ���        DISCdVERY.  The .Spruce  Creek 'Orchestra will  '. : EurnislL the-: Music.-.      ;.  fit*  t77  -^Sctp'sri^Q- %����$9  Ladies Fre6.  All are invited.  ���'-"     tie nts $1.00.  Dancing at 8.30.  -NOTICE.  'Tlie/irrn.uiid i:nvei'eil Iw the "IvootBiuiy!'  Ilyilrmiliu l.tiiiHO', situated on' tli:i North  Hunk, of Pino Oeclc, and iiilvnrtised to lit-  tlu-ov.-n open for ro-loiMition mi Moiiday, l.'illf  instant,,����� ill.be optin fur ris-lueatioii only ii  so l'nt-.iis if d(iL'H..ii.->t intcrfere with otliisi"  lease!: avc)i-!u|ipintftho 'fjiijim (jnnmd. ;  ���   ;. :. ���.,������      ���';     J.'.A.'PIIASUK,. ���     '   ���     '  Oolil Coninii��<>oiicr.  Atirm,.i:.c.,..Mii.v i2tli,.inori. _  j* lil.PiCl  Inlifl  �����<;����,:�����- M. FOLEY  Hill  MTim   &!MmP. @M��ffi 'ST$REf  ���T^ Jtrj-J.-Jf't ^a .-M--cji--uir^a*,-:  a-.':  KRP.^.st^Pi^^.!?>^PiS^^..^;R^z^:���     T'.?''.-"'":-T77777'-;.-".'':TT-:���'!-'V.-!-';"';:J:  '���������V'-'-^ecatwi ��� 'Cheajiiy!':������������ Promptly-.' aN ;SafIsfadorily: ;^ T:'''",''.  ��i;s;a;T:;iS T%H|i'; i; ;ce iiif T MKIGE.  :N��M-  ^  * caL-  #fl,l:I Willi;; Will/ ��,;;���  ���, T/,   ,'; : " .;, ;>.:;Tv.V^.:. ATEINV'I^T^ T..'_; _  1,:.-' ���.:';���;" .;^^L'..'".;'s^k��^:./^.'''4^  .-��� SMlO/;":A^b;.::i:^rge'^ .ordei^s; ,promptey . Vlu,ep<:  ��;;illf-BlANil; Iff TEL W"  EINEiST liOUII^Piil);'HO.TEX,IN THRNoiiM'     ;:   ;:,':':.'*!'"''  '  �����"���' ever:yth rN.6: ;cqnducted t-n ..i^rst-ceass manner.  ;'���.''. '������' Mrf.itiZinfafc&'^ReatGicr^ ���'���:   :"-  ;'-.���������":'���"    \...jj-.��)AVID, ^ASTiE; iPpopt'ie.toV.;.'-    ���'''.'''.".'.'    '"'  v  cornkk' KiKS'fiJvvivNUn; ANn'.'niscoyi.Ky .sM'Kic^T.TATr.iN-. ;?���.������'.  " FULL L!ME OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCE^RJES.   ���  Flottr; Oats,, Chop   Feed,   Bran,   Sec, &c. t  THE     _ ';"  ALPrWiV KlJSE  ' "Is   [>'  luiv'iiu    for '.'iijl';  iVlr.iiyulhii'M. 'i'htii.ioalS  lire; rs'��it*-irtillin<r nii'l  ���ibu   Iti-'iiei'i-.s   Ni.: "1 !:<;'���  ..liar. a.i|,ref f'tishlii^ ;iiii  .  tho iluvv. 111 t lio i*:irl.v  m't/i-irin^.'--  -,' 11' .idnat  .. sniniiici' ,.aijjl! winlor, ���  resi > r t.'  CLARK,  I'UOl'KiJiTOU.-'  HES

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