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 fwc^img��J3��^aff*:,yi*t>*=i  i^Z^&��w&*^w&cx  A, J  it.  *     NOV 171904  O'/  VICTORIA. ^>^  ^^/��^��~-'  ,-ir*^-  CLAIM.  ->*... - a.  We  VOL.  11.  ATLIN,   13. C, ' SATURDAY,     NOVEMBER  1904.  -    ���    ^ ���        -  /  /  WAR .NEWS;.  London, Oct. 29II1 : ��� Tiie 'impression prevails in diplomatic circles that France lias given Russia  .and Great Britain to understand  that she will not be involved,  should the disputants resort to hostilities.  r-. Loudon, Oct, 29th :���The Rus-  sian'sqijadrou has ieceived orders  to remain ��t Vigo, 011 the northwest co-isl of Spain, until the conclusion of the present Russo-Bi itish  negotiations,  St. Petersburg, Oct, 29th :���Vice-  Admiral Rogestvensky sends a second report-of the trawler affair,  which says ; " Having met several  hundred fishing boats, the squadron  showed them every consideration  except when they were in'coinpany  with two foreign torpedo boa in, one  of which disappeared." , j  A;',', London, Oct. 29th : -���Sever.'!',;  British/.warships sailed westwa;-:;  from Gibralter. ' The rlermonies i.s;  bound   for   Vigo.      Ships   of   the-;     London, Nov. sou :  British Channel Fleet cleared then ��� received    Irom   Tien  rumored that Rojestvcusky has  risked to be relieved of the omnia ml of tiie Baltic (icL-i.  Chef-jo, Nov. ist/. - T1u* .tliiul  general, attack on Port Arthur began October 2.,\>. On October  26th, Japanese: shells :-:<.-l lite to a  smokeless powder maga/inc, I'or-  tioiiH���of llie'tOvv-ircanglK lii-e, llie  conflagration continuing the whole  day.  C-ibialler. Nov. -Mid'.-.--The garrison has been mobilized and artillerymen ordeied lo lake up positions at different balteiies <,f the  Rock. . The Channel Squadron is  ordered lo be in leadiuess at a moment's notic,  Vigo, .Spain, N'ov. 2nd:���All tiie  Russian wait-hips lefi heie yesterday.  . Si.. Petersburg, Xnv. 2nd : ���  Everything indicates that both  armies south of Mukden  are   i?adv  Ye Who Would Reckon with  Britain. l  .in   resume   hostilities.    The  apa-  nese have received Marge   reinforcements from tiie south.'    ���  A despatch  Tuin   states  " The Chinese government ha* for-  .. .1 has sent ��� lroups to Slumhaik-  wan. This leaves the ' Russians  without an open port iii the East. .*  decks yesterdav--ready ior .actio.,.!  Several-toipedo boats 'left Tangier-j1Klll>' declared against any further  fully equipped. Work at arsv.sal| ���"friiigemeuts of neutrality in the  proceeding under high pressure      I i'��--P��tch of supplies to belligerents  Stockholm,' Oct. 29th : ��� Tlfe-  Swedish steamer Aldebaran, from  Hull, England, was chased and  fired upon by a Russian cruiser on  the night of October 21st, but the  shot had no effect.  London. Oct. 31st :���Investigation into tb.2 North Sea affair is  starting today at Vigo.  Vigo, Oct. 31st:���Five British  warships are cruising off here, evidently keeping an eye on Russian  warships. Spain has granted a  request to allow them to remain in  port until the investigation is completed.  Mukden, Oct. 31st:���From an  early hour this morning there, was  a heavy bombardment of Lone  Tree Hill by the Japanese, and  large masses of Japanese troops  were moving eastward on October  29th and 30th.  St. Petersburg, Oct. 31st : -Gen.  SakharolY reports, there was no  general fighting since October 28th.  There is occasional cannonading  along the whole front but the Japanese fire is inefficient. The official statement ol the number of  Russians killed iu the fighting  which began October 91.I1 and ended October 18th, totalled Soo  officers and 45,00c men.  The Hague, Nov. 1st :���Officials  of the Court of Arbitration endorse  Balfour's views, that under the  terms of the Hague Convention,  the Commission to be appointed  for the purpose of investigating  the North Sea incident will be  purely a commission of inquiry  without the power to act as arbitrators.  St. Petersburg^ Nov. ist:- J.t   is  Good Qualities Rewarded.  A pleasing function took place  in this office ou Monday last, when  just prior to his depurlurc for Europe, Mr. A. C. Hirschfeld, Editor of The Claim, was the L recipient of a handsome testimonial  in the shape of a nugget chain,  manufactured from native gold by  Mr. Jules Eggert. The piesenta-'  lion, which was gracefully made by  Mr. James Stables, president of the  Atlin District Board of Trade, took  the late editor completely by surprise, but he finally found words to  express his appreciation of the very  handsome token his Atliu friends  had presented him with and assured them that it would ever remind him of his generous fellows  iu the Northland.  Vi'�� ho would riii-Uoii wild lli-iiuin-  Vi* who would hwoi>ii I lie ���*>����  I If t In- llaji' t hat Rodney nulled aloft  A11.1 Nelson lliiiijr to tiie hrci'/.u -  Count u I'll your ships und your men,  (Niiinl u'ull your hoi">t: and your (ruin,.  l-'��ir they who rei'Uon with lii'ituiu  Mint reckon with Britain's sons.  Ye w In, would challenge.Mritaiti--  V(. u'lm would break the uii.u-lit  Ol the little inle in t.lit* liiKg}- ii'ti  Ami tin* lion licwrtiii tho.fi^ht --  Count well your horse, und your suonh,  Wrijrh woll your, valor and j-iui*,,  I'or I hey who rule against Hi'ituln  s    Mum subr��; her million sous.  Vu who would roll to warfare  Viiur IxYrdu*, of .peasant), und >��hivt.N,  T.mmii.Ii the pride of an empire.  Anil sink her, fume in the waves-  Test  Hell your hlood und youi- mural.  Count well ypur troops and your t^uus,  I'm-they who battle with Britain  Must war with u Mother's sous.  T-Theodot-n liobor'ts.  In The liidupeiient, iiathsluibu, liurbndocK.  ��� iVfiniti^-  News.  Records of the Week.  Prizes for Winter Sport.  Mineral   Locations.  On Otter River: Matthew Quick,  "Chicago" mineral claim ; Minnie  Eenn, "Waneta",; j. S. Keim,  "Orizzley"; Zeph T. " Halferty,  "Chicago No. 2" and "Black  Bear"; Matthew Quick, "Eautail."  On Monroe .Mountain : H.- J.  Davies, "True Eriend."  Placer   Records.  On Ruby Creek : C. D., Mason,  "Frisco" Bench ; 'Win. Duncan,  " Lake View"; Henry Macartney,  "Eiin go Biagh."  On Pine Creek : J. M. Kuffnei,  " North Colulnbia'���; H. T. Harvey.,  "Harvey"; H. E. Ruffner, " Celestial"; James Reid, " King Edward."  Theie arc on 'exhibition iu the  stoic uf Stables & Lumsden, two  beautiful silver cups on ebony  stands. These cups are a gift  from Mr. J. T. Wilkinson, better  known as "Wings," to the lady  skateis- of Atlin and to the Atlin  'Curlino Club '.'Wings" has been  a visitor to tli.e camp on several  occasions, c -d n:i the occasion'of  bis last visit . he promised Mr.  Stables, that. lie - would present - a  cup to the Atlin Curling-Club, for  competition by .its members ; but  " \Vi];gs,".haviiig'a soft spot in his  heart for the ladies, could not.overlook them, hence the two'cups. As  to how these cups arc to be completed for and finally won, "Wings"  has left that.eutirely" iu the hands  of the Club members as regards the  curling cup, and in the hands of  Mr. Stables and one or two others  as legards the skating cup. Either  cup is a prize worth having and  will no doubt create keen competition among those .wishing to secure  them, and the name of " Wings" is  likely to hover over Atlin during  the long winter months now fast  approaching. See the cups and  join the rinks.  Union  of   the   Churches.  A Generous Offer.  The following generous offei has  been received this week from Mr.  A. Heathorn, passenger and freight  agent of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company :  YVhilehorse, V. T., Oct. 9, 1904.  The world has to look to Atlin  for the solving of the vexed question of church union and harmony.  A shooting.expedition, made up of! ^V- A- C- Hirschfeld, Atlin, B. C,  three Irishmen, mark you !���one j My Dear-Sir:���I h'uve just learned  an ecclesiastical dignitary of the [that the people of Atlin have raised  Episcopal Church-; the second, a j.tli'e money to erect a-monument' to  coming moderator of the A u Id Kirk, !ll,c memory of Eritz Miller, thedis-  au'd the third, a formidable repre-1 eoverer of the camp. I desire tosay  sentntive of the Church of Rome, j *!,:,t {]��� Pacific Coast SteamshipCo.  '������-buried the 'sliellelah of eontro- j will esteem it a pleasure to transport  versy, went forth with guns to warh'lc ">oniinient from the coast to  agaii-st the ptarmijaii, and to show iSkagway   free of charge.     If you  'hat   can    be   accomplished   when  will   kindly,  notify   me   where the  shipment will originate ancl when it  the churches .work in harmony, tUc ��� viu   ]ie shippedi r   vvi]i give 'it my  three .returned    with   a    liuiulredj\[Klil' ait?ntioii. Vuurs truly,  birds. ��� A.  Hatjiokn.  Atlin's gold ])rt)duciion for this  season aiiiounts to over half a million dollars.  Messis. Frank .Millei and Jim  Fetherstonhaugh have taken a la}'  on Mr. Wm. Queen's giound 011  Pine Creek.  J. \V\   McKarlane   is   completing'  the survey of the  Lake View mining leases on  Lower McKee Creek,  for Mr! A. .Carmichael.        , ���    ���"  Quite a few miners have lately  left to begin winter mining operations on Consolation Creek.  Mr. J. M. Ruffner aud brother,  Mr. and Mrs. Blunck, and Mr.  Bannon, of the Pine Creek Power  Co., together with their esteemed  manager, Mr. Loveridge aud wife  and boy, have gone south Tor the  winter.  Atlin Curling Club.  At a meeting of the  Atliu Curling Club on Tuesday, ist Nov., the  following    officers    were    elected :  Hon. president,   li. D. Eetherston-  haugli ; president, J. Stables : vice-  president, D. Ross; sec'y-treasurer,  E. M. N. Woods.    The above officers, together  with J. H.   Richardson,   B.   E.   Mobcrly,   aud    W. J.  Taylor,    were   appointed    the  executive.    The   following   were   appointed skips for the season : R. 1).  Eetherstonhaugh, J. Stables, li. E.  Moberly.   N. C.   Wheeling,   W. J.  Taylor, D. Ross.  , It lias been decided to enlarge  the curling rink by adding another  sheet of ice.  Donations to Hospital.  We are pleased lo note increasing; interest in the success of St.  Andrew's Hospital here, as evidenced by recent ' donations,  amongst which were $20.80 from  the Atlin Labor Union. ���Mr. John  Kirkland.. president, and Mr. I,. 13.  Muirhcad, _secretary,������������:intl 5-A5-O0  from Mr. J. M. Ruffner. which,  however, is not the first time 'tliat  he has donated a idmilar amount. 'j'4  ATLIN,''li'.    C,     SATUKHA-V,     NOVKM PER  1904  K  The Atliii Claim.  'I'll !~.  A'l 1.1 N   CLAIM   IS  P'JULtSHCD   CVCHV   SATUIIOAY  MOHNINC.       MAIC��;i]      rnCfl.      TO     ANY     PAHT   OT   THU  woiiLn   ron  sr.  cr.Nis.   pci. month :   ns.so   pen  yCAM.       AI^VCIIJISIWC   HflTCS'   %l . OO PT R  I N C H   1* A C H  If* STATION!    IIEA DING   NOT I CCS,    2 J.   CENTS   A   UNC  ^PTCIAL    PATTS   OU    APPLICATION  J(HS I'KINTIW : _   .  WIU'lirAOl, l*0*>7S"lll., VISinNO* (SaIIU'i  LITTMI'HI ,DS, I'HOA.IA'vl M l*S,        CTC,   IITC.  ohci.ii*   PHOMPTLV   cxrcuieu.  PHICLb    MOIJi:ilATC.  'I'liK   ATI.I.N   C.I.A1M     IMJIII.IMII1.N-I/   Co;-_  A. (J. ,11 lUSI'M'lilill.   I'UOPItlliTOli.  .i.\\it���*i Si.Mi'*inN. .Ma.n'aiii'.  Satukoav,  Nov., 5,   190.1..  The   Election.  The Liberal party ol" Canada  have obtained the most sweeping  political victory, that has ever been  recorded in Ihe history of ihe Dominion. The following are the results so lar as known :  Ontario,  40 Lib  Quebec   53  "  Nova Scotia    rS  "  New Brunswick,     S. "  Manitoba,...'.      5   "  British Columbia, 4 "  Prince Edward I.s. ��� L:  "Northwest Ter. ...    q  "  46 Con.  10  "'  _     11  -     1 c  3   "   ..  2 to hear from in Quebec.  2 " "���      Manitoba.  3 "  [  - In British Columbia there are  Coniox-AtU:!P Kootenay,. and Yale-  Cariboo yet to hear from. J. H.  Kennedy was elected" by '.OS majority in New Westminster; R. C.  MePherson by 850 in Vancouver ;  G. Riley by 50S in Victoria ���. and  1*1. Smith in Nanaimo.  The polling takes place in Atliii  on Saturdav. 26th November.  Canadian Whea* Crop.  W- V. .Thompson, vice-president  ol" the Ogilvie 'Flour Milling Co.,  who has been 011 a loin oi' the  Canadian Northwest, and is well  qualified to estimate ..what the  wheat-, crop-will be, figures it at  65,000,000 bushels. W. J'. Woods,  president of the I.nndbn Coin Exchange, was also, lately, on a trip  l"o the- Pacific Coast, autL.saUh: -."It:  is merely a matter of getting the"  settlers on the land Ui niake.il pos:  sible for the .output to lie six' h-i-iii"-  dred "million bushels. . The fertile  plaiusof Western Canada'will'gro'v  the wheat of the world aiufwi-1! -en-;  rich you all. ,A11 the nali'bi-is-.-ol ���  the earth will send their products  to you in exchange for wheat and  Hour.- The wheal \vhit'h cani'-be  grow in Canada is the finest in ihe  world, and will always j>e in demand."'  S . ....... ..-  J&tlin,'. Nugget  ssessi Bs��ape  And AllJ&rids-'of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  -    ��$SP"'V-  Why scud om when you can get goods as cheap here?  WisiahaTt 'Frisiaa S5 up*   Fiona Lsasc of eesvaszsr Spoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers. ���  wv/wwywMVA'.'A'.'vvvt/'. v,  T^  /WVVVVV*��'VVVVVvVVVVA<VV>-VVV��  >TEL  H^r.��*PJ;5>J'.l?:3*J*^^W-f y.CjSNN  <tf��C<0 fcr^J^.B*.****'*****'-*  "OPEN    @MY    AND    NiQHT.  TlUv nrx.'i'NC-Roo.M rs conducted on strictly eikst-  ,:    ���������-.-E .  .-'       -.��� class   principkks. .'  The Atlin Studio.-';*-.'  * t.  ,���;'.,.   GO. I,J)     iHOUSK,  ^ '*' DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  '���nth iot.jV .h'.iiv's'r class.  ,-������ " JOHN . WOLTERS",    Proprietor.  The Atlin Studio will be carried,  on as in the past,  under  ihe   management   of   Mr.   A.   Caimkhael.  Specialties    in    post-card.**, ���'"sel''s':;6f  views   suitable   for   Christmas and  New  Year   presents,', ami 'Over'-a  thousand negatives to "choose from.  :-  Il is u.ot-too early to order your  photos,   for   Christmas   and   -New [  OH  "      .'Year.     Nothing-is more-seasonable  o-r   will   be   better   appreciated" by  1 your friends  abroad' 'than "a "set- of  British Columbia, {'views from the country you live'in.  Prince 1'Idward Is.   -^et *-11 your orders before' th"e rush."  I..I Vl'-.li V  IN     CON Nicer I UN.  3  H  n  0  s  h  H  a  ;������'������������������ .r'-Pool;  Freight!rig" anil Teaming  DIXCN    CnO-'HERS,    Proprietors  Bi Iliads,    Free.  <����� ,      Horses and Sleighs for Hire,  &  J.aaH.. ���. KICHARDSON,  I/irge and. well assorted'stock' of  Pipes at C."lt."liOl.H<Ni-.,i;: -..-    '���'"��� *  The   end  of  steam    navigation  for the open   season which has just  'closed, between Atlin and Caribou,  does uot by any means signify that  we   are   frozen   up   or   out   of the  world.    Each yeur facilities  of. ingress and egress are improving and  with the exception of a   few   days  when the ice is forming in 'the   fall  or breaking up  in the spring, passengers and mail come and yo with  almost as little delay as   is  ex peri  enced in the summer months.  01  -ALASKA   ROU-JE   SAUINGS-  ATLIIM    &    DISCOVERY.   �����������      ���  Ul  (HIV  The following-.Sailings'are announced for the month"of November, leaving Skagway al 8 p. 111.:"  ''Princess May,"      "     '    No?, Ysl  "Amur,"'";.  .       .     Nov. roth, 25th  For further information, apply or  wrile to        IT. li. Dunn, Agent,    ���  Skagway. Alaska.  ....of Clothing 'Just From the East.  '. ..a"',,....V-'-;THE   latest   styles.  ' : " Complete Stock of Dry Goods  THE    'LATEST    IN     HATS,     BQGTS     AND      SHOES.  ���    gj��^ '���   '     GOLD 'SEAI,    GUM    BOOTS  Qur. Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  British Columbia is commencing  to experience the benefits of Japanese progress in the customs of  western civilization, and their advance in tlics'j directions has become the thvine of universal comment. They continue to draw  mote largely and widely upon Europe and America for those produ-  tions which are regarded by. us as  iiisc;>aiable from an endurable ex-  islesice. The products of 'British  Columbiavscoal iiaines, fish'criesand  lumber.resources can compete with  advantage in the markets uf japan  .against the entire world.  Lake View Group of Mineral  Claims.  -,       -.;-  rim-Air. 4!N -?IIK "A'FI.IN .Ml.NTNIi UlV r.MIOJi <> I'  CJ IsrrlAIl UwrielC'JV C-OSSIKTINti O I" 'fl.l'H  l.AK.l*'Vll'.U-, tlltANIl Vll'.W ANI1 I.A-n-r  ���yilASfli JIl.SKl.'Af. (;i_\lM*!. Wni'.HK I.O-  <���ATK.I1 ���WffiTlVKKN   HlKClt  AND iidVI.HKIt  (!in:t��ivi>. Noiirii or Pi'tr. Ciii'.KK.  r.t "t.\ V.I-: NOTICK that I. il. K. .lumioini.-  -���*���- iiyi'ii!, t'f>r W, II. Hi-own, Ki-ci" .Miner'*-  (.'crtitlratc iilil.tjilil. iinil .1. il. Iltm nin-r. Fivf  MiiiL'r'st'Ki-tiUruV.' 1>'-U.MIL nml 4<Au\ WimiU.  r'riM* .Miner",. C'ci'tificiiti! nlWjS'Ji. invi-ml. tin  (lit vs Kr,>in ilu^t* hi'L-t'o'.' tonjiply rli t lie .M'eniii^-  l!i*<-i.rilfi- Isn-a (>rl ilicntiAjil". I iiifM'dvenii'iil  fur tin* |iin-|i(.is��> ��l' iil>taiiijn<r ii (!rnH i, Or.ml  of t In* nliiiyi- -ri imp ul' cliiinis'. nml turtlii'!'.  luUi- ii'.>tii-i'. llmt iictii,ii, iniili'i' *.i'c('iiin '.'.7.  imisl Im> I'liiuiiKjiii'i"!   Iii'l'in-i'  till' Ksmini.'i' ol'  sltl'll ('I'l'tUicUtl' lj|   llll|)l'(IVI>IIII'lit.  D.ili'il '.hi*, nth ilii;.- uf Oi'tolii.'i-. ISI'l,... .  il. It.. .l.v'illiisijN,  ���    ���     .:-   ���-���;����� ,   ..-    I'. S\:l?.:\,;\l'jvl  ���' ";T!ie;; Canadian'' Bank of Commerce.  ]' .      "' "   CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $S,7oo,ooo.  KtiSl'lKVlC,   53,000,000.  Branches of. the Bank at JeatUe,  '��� '.'"', San. Francisco,  "'   ' , Portland,  .-    .   *������   ���    * Skagway, eta.  Exofoaerge soEd on all Points.  GOl'.�� 1JU.ST';PUKC1IA.SHD���ASSAY   OlU'lClC   IN   CoNNHC'fION.  ���'���    '"'        "������   "'..-. ��� ��� 1).   KOSS, Manager.  ������������~W  Far*  '���#tt  i���^F  1*0 &k  [s>  \J.   TROTMAN,   Manager.  ���  Corner Pearl iuicl Firsr. Streets, Atlin. IS. C.  - -   -        +04.    -      .'--       -..  F1FJST   CLASS    RESTAU rIAIMT   IN    CONNECTION.  . CliytCfSI WIM.S. IIQl/'ORS AN!) IWAKS (.AM. G(K)I).S A Al>f (.!AIIV.  The Presidential election in the  United States .takes place on Tiies-  day, .Slh November.  a    NOTICE,.    ���������'��� =-!���-.'  \JO'l'5Cli is l)i.*)-clj.v htivt'ii iliiit, Sixty .ilnys  1 iiTH.-r. iliilu .1    lii'feml. In   iiftply   to    tlic  Cliiifl" (;uiiiini-i,si(iin'i- of J.iinils oiiiIVV'iH-Iim  rm- iii'i'iiiUsifOn   to   |uii-c!i.'is<:   tliu   l'olliiu in;r  U'surtlMiil li'.inlsHiinti'il in tin; Atliii i>Lsl rii-t.  viz.: '-(liMiiiii'-iiuiii-j- ut. a 5111st imu-lii'il l-'.W.I)  N. Iv. i.-in-iiei.-. plisiitrd almnt iiiii* 111j.l1, Ni,ii-Jli-  Kiisl.'of Atlin '1'ovviiK.itL'. tli'12'tii.'i! WA'sturiy 1\\  elinins. tiiiMii-i.' Sf.>iitlii;s:|.v -10 cliiii'tis. t ln.*in;c  Kastoi-lr ^0 i.-luiins, t'lii.'iif(!..-Niirtln.'r!y. -Id  chains to po*��nt of i*'.iii>ni��ncorm.'iit, utnitniti-  iii^,**iliu.'rf.*s iniiri: or li.^,s.  ]���'. \V. ilinvi.iNfi.  Priti'il. Atlin. II. (.'.. Oi.'inliitr ."itli. I.!).''',.,  H.D  kmM:km\\  V'AKUDUVES,'B..C.  h V v  ,m  SPECIALISTS   IIM  mm�� pmenmer  G-  ���.������;���      HYDInAUUC -GIANTS,    a WATER    GATES,  ]_ .;.   -Kli'I-EE   'IJA-RS,   A1    :'    STEEI, RU'ETTj-.D     PUT", "  :"':    . HOISTS,   ? ^ilMiNG' ."CAGE'S" . and     OKE    CARS.  ������'   . MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN,'  Write   for   prices   ans   c��/s.  <T aga-SSsfflSjar^  ^^^W^^^m^S^^Sm^  mm  vATLr.&';*;k  I? .  , ._ ;E;:a:a  vE AArAFjdl/andvAyinterAStTC  :;A vaitiviiig oil; every'';boat:::f--.,0^  A'A a! '"'be,',-replete-'.'..with in- Ihe next'-few "days'/V -: :':'-A:/ '���'���'.;  We carry tho larr-est stock in the District and  all at the  closest  prices.  A"rA .'A' rE.^E^Ev.iMH^^^ACU^SuE:^' E :2E;Er}'^yy v^AaA-A . .'"'���'       ���;':'" A AAA-:.'  E:y y m  ; ':.     :    ;A'!;A  ;'A7;'vaaAGroceries;.in':; Carloads,;'- E:'EEm];jEm^yyi\OkrtsEE]::E:m'.\':':.y:  '���'jOSf^j-:[f. you w ,nt a big. outfit for the,.winter be sure and come and 'seeus.:  ���-,'''' A...... .    ,/ .' ���;.. A;.     '--A'-"'"  A A. S. CKOSS, PitKstt)iiNX!ANii TKKASUitJJi(A.r:  mME,W$$$x  _.,., ,Saii Antoiiibn. .Texas.:���'���--News  ; ..from Mexico, says. Guatemala,apd  ::. Salvador are-:piepariiig fo.'r.nvar. Aaa  ���������-.'���AA Nortb;Coast���--I'raiivg.iuhped the  A,'triick.iiear; Spokane AJastSuiitlay,  A���;.: injuring!o persons:-; iw.p'.scn'b.iisEH  .'-'Graiiliroo^  A AJv li e; I ,a ui'ic.A1,uii 1I >e r:' Co!s liVi 11'. was  AAi.oudly 'destroyed-^^:^  ':".'���".$5"i'9*�������''"'.'������������ '-'������: ..'���'", ������.'A:-,.A.A.      ';-'A- 'y:'.  ;i;H)u.riu^';the!.uioulli::.;o.fv;Sei)tein,l)er  tiie in eta I \; in i nes :"-.;'o'f6:'-tl.ic. I-C'o.o.tciuiy  A* aud,;Vale   pi'oclneed   oyer A'ioo.qdo;  :Ei6\\��;<iEoy��EE^y'-���EEpl:Eiy:mEMU'yr���  .':' 'IMitrty thousand balesAdfAcolloir  ���A'i;'<yei'eA;"l.'rrinied|'-;iVr  . t week, Aat  Avhich   oiie AfifeuiaiiAaiitl'  - Aone |ioi.icenia:Alosf I heir lives." ^':-;/:':'  ;\;A'.A:'lving-.Ciin^^^  AiinA t ig'lo- Russia ii'''wiir'i'Vvquld^cau"s'e.'  : his' deii th.;., ���He::"is ,ii rand lalher;:of  . /the Czar and7fatlief:iii.-la\'vr;of:.King.  V- :'EdwardEI'-IEeeE-vEEeZeE-;   y~  'a A,:'iyiiiidad,A;:Co  7''i':\vent\'-biie:;nunerSyare.;ent(jrTibed  ':.in:Goar  A bably dead r as-the niiue; caught :lirfc  ���'������' and'���'X he roof caved iiu; yEy'y A A-:: \E  A A AWnnnpeg^N^^  Ad red; ; deaths ;��� occurred. A'u'uiorig.i-tli'e.  ,'^':-;ii'ic]i;ins':'r^  '.w, Nor way:':Ho,ii5e;.' TrourAsciirletleverA  ;'^b iii fill-pox Aind^Uu^  -;','A-Tiie.-Pacific  Coast; Go's;Steain.er.  . ;-'.;'.Maiu 1 an tier sank:. at '.:\ vVresty'.''I?p"i'ii'ti':  A near Seattle,- the result���ofja^collisioii'  ,   with-'Uie tug Sea fvioi']'A.'vThe .ci'ew,  and passengers weresavedv  Governor.Coiigclon, of the Yukon  . Territory, has .been   nominated by  the Liberals   to   oppose   Dr.: Alfred  'I'h.iai.i-i'm.    The    Yukon   election  takes place December '6lh.  An edict against bull-fighting has  been issued in Spain���an'; absolute  prohibition of lights on Sunday���  which will prove the death-blow of  the Spaniards' national sport.  Kansas Cily.���The ..second section of a World's Eair special train  on the Southern Pacific Railway,  crashed into the rear sleeper pi" the  first'section, killing three persons.,  a :d wounding several others.  Owing to indications that Russia  and Germany aie drawing together,  E ranee is tinning from Russia.  As a consequence, financial instiUi-,  lions in Paiis which have -been developing Russian resources, are  looking lor new fields for investments and, by all account:-, Canada  is Lo b*j f.ivoied.  The demand of Great Pritain lor  an indemnity "f S3 7 51 >, 000 from  the Tibetiim.-".-appears likely to lead  to a prolonged Uricisli occupation ol  the Cliumbi \'alley, which is the  key to Tibet. It is proposed tliat  the payments be made'at the rale of  #50,000 annually, which would allow a tenure by the Uritis'li of the  Cli.iinlji"''Va.lley of 75������ years, by ihe'  end of which time ii is more* I Hair  likely that complete- possession  would be admitted.  - Raising the'City olATopdiiiAcost  the Pacific ; Coast' SleauishiirACo.  $20,000.  A- A; A: 'AAA'.. -y^E'E'E A--"-,' ,,  ��� \ Tlie gold Abut-put.' of������ 1 he '.'K16:1 \  ��� dyke this ycai- is $9,001 >;600,:\vInch  is $2-,6o()/6oojlesH Ilia 11 .'.last season;A  NOTICE.  A l,o\vncy's "Chocolates, direct from  aci'lI'V.-- Ci/i^'HClI'l-lXlvAAA'^VK^A/^  ^GURT iOF REVISION.  iiis--.ii!" tin-  .- I ii.ai'eoriliiuee with: the pri  AAs'siYssineiit   Ai-t."  t In'   lir.vt; session, of,: the.j  Coni-tof Uevisiun.nmi'Appenl foi- the'"A t liii ! ���"���  Assessment .Di ���iti-ii'l.-'-' ..will -lici-liolil -iiiAtliii. A  (Joiii-t   itooin.'Atlin.   II..(!..: On -ilomliiy:, the j  tw'entyj-llrstAtlayiW:^^  1 lis; Iiu 11A ul-ten -.oVIiial; in t he 1'cii-i'iHi .in ��� -A "AA  ���AAA.'''.   .A Xw'-; I'oi.i.Aiin' (Ii'iant.  A :'.;:'.  ���I liflfi'c. of the Coil i-t of Revision nml A piicnl.'  To 11 K.Nm- iioiiay of.itniii'ii'ttl'n.'(���������;..-':" ���-A  N"OTK;ii is..|i|!i'i'l>r (|iv��n  liy.llio iiiiil<!i'-  ���''������, si^miil.' liiiliii!r of 'KM. li' N'��i:'l'l2)ii!|:i.  I lint .Vu 11 Imyi' I'uili'il .-lo- kni;|i ii|i .i-iiur I'ri'i.'  .Minor's l.'i'i'ti iii'iitt! iitnl IiiiliVil tii.- imijiI riliiili!,  .\-inn-;lii-iHioi-t i 1111 ul' i.'.\pi,:iilit ui*,.. i-i'i|iiiri.'il.liy,  1.111!; H. (/.' A i-1 tltl Vi���'���.',(Jit |i. -12', 111 i i-i in;-.'( hiV 1 list;  I'lliit- ^'oiii'^'. anil t lint.U lit. I lie; ex|ii.i'ii.tifi!i.iof^  iiiin.'l.v iln'.vs iiiililii-Ht i<in .von sliimlii I'liil or  riif iisi!;t<r.r<niri'iliiiii'..v<ni 1* tii'iipiii-tiiiii Vi'f lliij-  l!X|HJIIllit:llfl! rilllllll-I'll.ll.V SL'Ct;,illll..��J, t:il'^'(*l,!n!|-  \\-itliiilJ Vnists ' ol' rii(lvi'i't i.si ii^-. niii.1 to sli'iiw-  i 11ut ji'i.iii^iii-o/ii nil -'Iiii vn ���Iii��i.'iru':|'rt'i!-iiniic'!7  .i-iiui- 'iii{i!i-,'s( iii :tins. "/A111i'l'iij".-ii.ti'l".'f y,A>'-|  VoN'OmcHi;:" Miiitsnii Cl.-iini.s-, sitiiuti.'\>ii tlio  l.iil'l I In nil Si ilo; of J.iL l< ������- lii!ii'ii-oi(;'-;i>iil<i��"':tiit>':  'I'o\vn'<��l'. Uirnnot t, shall Inir-fiinc vuKl^nl':Hi*rli;i.';  i'liitliVrsi^iVL'il'wIuiyiiiK in'a'tln tin; riiciliii-eil es-  'tVoiiiliViii-'iiAllii! vyliiiliiiis j,Vovi,(liV(;l' li.VtJiy.il'"1!');  iiiiiii as'i* ��i"r.sitiii-y'ri'J���'��� ������.���.".'   -'.-A'.';:*'S;:~E yy.-.  E; A- ;���:}'���>' -IIbu. >t.:C!o(iHW'K^.i'.,"���'���liujv_Sj>|i.ti-ittirs.'"  ; :1st'".(jtil��;*A tiH;:2p.j A;A; ;i;A'hii'\\-soii*''Y'. 'IV'-- '-���'���'[  Mmmm  TH IS HOTEL IS STOCKED  WITH  A-;THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  'E:rSant'i "���'. JGhnstoneE {Prop.  'n'/L'umber:Op',]  smlied^mEy^m'y  MILLER;'.'& IVIcL^REN, Proprietors,  :A-; 'ApisCpVlCKKRS 'rOV'':. ATi;iX.;A'A,:-:'  yOif��� aiid a-ft'ei'':the-23 ic|":AoIE Apri,!"������.'  19^4 |attd'5:uui:il\-furlller ���Mibtice'uthe;  .^no^iug7,\AdlJ;b&:Uie:prices^ol'.Iviun  .lK:i;;.-A-i:.;.AAA..i,:.;:;n,:.:A ��� ,v:  :v^PU&lbvUi);;io;.8-iyic.he  ^M^m^Mi^y.^ mmysyiEE  EEE-^��yim<ifeEEy2E';E^  q^i'.%'f^f^'i^^.^Ek;mEEE.^EEEE:  '���}��&& ���fto^M^'P^  .;��� V'i.2,!^ p.er.-cei'i't. discountwillrbeal-::  lowed. for 'cash at'time.of order iii g;.;.  <S>-��-*  ���  ������.���-'���-���:��-��..-  Notice to DeiiuouentGo-Gwner.  ;;';A"'NQTic'E;';Oni'Fo;RF'r.jTUREA'A..  :. 'I'o C.'A. Won li Alii) : -.Von tu-i' Ireivli.y'ntiti-  tisil���t'liiit'-tiiiriicj'lli'o.yours���'���ia'i'ii, 'i'.ili-i;':l!ii,3-uiii,l  Ji/iM; vhii iii iii ei-si *,,'if-ii.;hiis ���"'i*x|ii*mrijfl:-inoi;��'  thiin $11.0.Ul in.liiLi.-.'i- iiinl .imin-iivi'.nii'iit.'s oiieli  yeur, - :'iii'i**it t i ii it ei I -ii 1 >'o N-i.'.' iui ' tin: (ioi.iiiSTAK  iliiieriil.Cliiiiii, sitiiaty onrhiiivusr. slioi-e-of  r.ulie Dennett, in the Ciissinr' l)isti-ii:t.'-H.-"'U.v  in ��-liii:li.iiiiiiiiiA' oliiiin yoil ii\Vn iili iiniliyiiloil  luill'iinterest as sho-.vn bjvtlit! iioTices til' louti-  tioti itiiil:-i-eiii,iril:-in I lie, ,U!iiiiii;4-'. i-i.'eui-cls til'  ail ill Disti-iet.A iA.A A: : -AA...AAA.A: -:^'A:.  ���'��� Tiie siii'l liilioi-Avas-iiei-roriiieil--'siW:~'����irl ;fo"r  the iiiiiiii'uri'eiii-C'seiihitioii ill' sii ill eliiiin for  the. years: alii, veineiiti iineil-as,.rei iii ii'eil: by:  the>iiiiiiiii^...Iii\vs. iir^lii-itish...(Joliiiiihia,.itnil_  tliat ���" S i 00". (JO- lieiny- llie.-anioiint reiiiiireil tli  'liolil,sa.kl:el!��in.Ior i;;ii;li:yeai-.AA^A .���.'.'��� :,..  ... You are fnrtiier notilieil tiiat iinli.'ss at or  hei'oie ihe e.xiiii'nVio.n iii.!!()_Mays_al't(:i-..the  first .piilili Villi "a ol' this ni it iei'voii 'emit i-il)r.  nte A'oii i' liropoi-l ion of sneli; expend it lire as  Co-Ownei', to ".wit,: tlni .*uni of '.'*5iill),.l|0, tu-'  getlier with the ebstj; of ativei-tisiiif;'; this  ..notice, yoiir. interest in-the:i-laini will be  forfcituil to the iiiiilersit'-|ia<r(Jo-Owner, who  litisniiitlo sneh expenditure,iin'il will Imi-oiiie  his'lii-operty. iii the iiiannei- proviileil hy law.  Diiteil this inthiiayol'Aiiynsl, 100-1. -���  It', li. Pi-aiKN.  IS-IO-'O-I]  Quri:bining-R6om F^  y:y:y$<>sl-:. Meais' Mtv:; Gamp^A yy  m':'};EZ-^.6b-y^ii��Uvtt&y>WE  l^^^&y  meets second  and;- ioiVrtli a Wednesdays of each month, .at.S ;o. in"., at  the;ArO..Ui'\V:Block, Third Street.  Visiting   Brothers ; are..- -cordially  invited to attend.   .-''������'.���'"���.-     ���,..';'.-.-  ':;.:- e.;'VVA.-iJ6.'\vUNci,-'.; , ;'   a������'���'-���;;.  "--Master Workman.  K. JM.'N. Woods, Recorder  $y]EyB^  .^- Jlliis'taUeii nii.ijffiee.iat' l{��)()iii l,.(lolil  ^rA Ilo use. : Disiiovery. OlfieoA lloin-s���;  ^.: Tnesiluys, Thursiiiiys anil .Satui'iliiys;;:  .1,; froin.fi jo fi j>. in:   ������:';-'i,.'...;;.,.,,;.1 "_o:        .-E. ���'. *-'.!  <d* ��.*..���. '���.-���-���-���-��-��r*rtH4������������.������*)'  A*.  Dixon. &ASohulz,  Proprietors.  A "a'A AAA ."'^v-Discoyery.-A, EEE^E  "Fl'RS'r-CLXSS I-iKSTAUKAN-fA  "'aaTa^S:^^  a e'7e a%gnneciuon: ]]]y] "y  '���'������'  -:.-HemUiiiitrtni's, foi- IJixonls statro. "  T     BATHS:  ;BARBER SHOP'A  -.���}?.-'''Shields &��Kddv -Uuk'uam. :,  Now oecupy their now ciiiartei-s next.:  to the.Kank of B.'.'N. A., First Street.  The bath rooms are equally as jrooil us founiS  in  cities.   Privato  lintraneo for Indies.  Sale of Crown Granted  Mineral Claims, in the Atliii Assessment   District, for Unpaid -Taxes.  - ' I hereby nhe uoliee Hint on -Monday, the seventh day of November, A'. I). jVi'l, at tlio'houi- of eleven oVIoeU in the foieno  the Court Kooni. Atlin. I -hall i Her ioVfiile by l'liblie A lift ion. the Mineral, eliijius in tlio list hereinafter M't out of the p.;  in suiil list lii'i-,'iniiltci--et out. lor whi.-h Crown Giants have' been issueil. for ail mi-p'aiil tuxes aeei-ui'il ilnu ami lmyable o  thirtieth i!��y ol .lime. A. I), lill'-l. oi- ou any previous ilate, nml for the etiMs of atlvei'tisiuir anil^ other cxpoii*.!**..  if tiie taxes nml i'.\pi'i'M-. iiuliiilii.-ir lliei-ostsoi ailvertisii.K, as set out in saiil list, are tint paiil tome before the ilay ot  the claims ntiij be -ohl lo the liiulii'st bitliler. ami a (Joineynui-e exeeuteil to the piire'hu.M'i- ol all rights anil interests in siiiil i-  'i'HIiIIv tilii'iitit'.'il li.* the C^i'owu (irtiiil*. thereof. *  In the event ol' their l.i*iii|.- no puri-biisei-, or if the pi-iee ollon-il shall not lift Eu llieient to pay the tuxes anil expenses, the  s'liull ub'-oliilely ii'M-it lo the Clown, ami tlieCiown Oraiits I hen of shull he ileemeil voiilnml eaneelleil.  in, at  I'sOIli  u tlio  islllo,  laiiiis  l.incl  \'iti:ie o! fliii.-r,  il. .1. C." -.  (i lailsloue,"   Disi-ui'li,'.' ...-   l-.lla Kiiy,"   ...    .     ���  Xnrlli Slur."  '     .  ' \\"i-lliii��ti'ii,"    ..--  ' A uai-onilu IJast Hx'.eiis  ' ! opiiei- (^iiimm!;".'   ' Anneoiiilii." ..'........  De Smith,".. A   ' Kill." .....;:..............  ' Kill  l-"i'iii-tioii," ........  il issin^1 l.iuIt," '.,',,.'...  ' ilyosotis," ..    .........  Tiihu (.'hier.'".'.....   ' l.ul-ii View,".'-.;.. -   LIST   ABOVE    rvl^NTI.O'NED.  t   \o.  1  lieqistcreti  Owner or (iriinlei'."  I')".,  Ninu-ijil  Symlii-aie.  I.ttl. ...'   JlSf. ���  Ninii'iiil  Syinlieu'te.  l.t.I   I'm.  Ni in rm1  Symlieiite  I.ul   I'm.  Ninn-oil  S,\ Mlieitte,  Mil   Hi*,.  Ninii-oil  Symlii.-ate,  I.ul   I0U.  ��� Ninn-oil  .S.vinliiait e,  l.t.I..   170.  j Ninirotl  Syiiiliiate.  I.ttl....-   111.  . Ninn-oil  Symlieate.  I.ttl.    17^.  i Ninii'iiil  Symlieiite,  uii :  J7il.  i Ninirotl  Syiulieittt*  Mil '���:."���..���:...���.  171.    ;  1 Mini-o'l  Symlieate.  U'l  .  I7S.   '  i'Niinrui!  Symlieate,  i.ul   170.  j Ninii-oi  Syiiilieitle  Mil...   lillfl.  i (4leaiit*  ��� Aiiniii^- A  iiilliujr Company  2 ill.  j (4le;me  * ilinin-'  *t  iliMin^- Compan.*-  l'ii.  1 O'leatip  ;. Mining &  Milliiifr (.'oiiipiiiij  , liixcs l'ii><iblt:  1 voeiises anil  i Entnl Amtiunt  ,3.)lh June, IC01  Costs.  Due.  .���* r,.7fi.  .<:: (in.  .-'. 7.7.1.  S..-1II.  ���j in1.  ii'.riu.  II.on.  \t un.  Ill.lill.  i;.':.".  'I iui.  ii.:..  11.7.'..  z un.  IK.7.V  "..111.       I  . -.i;ii.. .  ���1..10.    :  ii.7:,.  ���J.i:i.i.  ,'   11.7.1.  10.7.1. -  2 111'.  12.7:..  i .   ���       5.7.1.  ���_'.iii',  7.7i7.  2. I'll.,  i          .1.":!.  '*i.7l'  ���i.l'ti.  1(1.7."..  I.SII.  '2.(10.  :i.r.:��.  .111.7.1.  2.(10.  12.7.7. ; ,  .���"    ' :ll.1��;  2 Mil.  i    ���'   ::.;..iii.  lll.i.llC.  2,00.  1         :-'2.ei).  2-1.7.1.  2.00.  '       2i;.7-i.  ������{-���-���-'<  Diiteil-itt Atlin, H. ('., t his tliirtecut !i ilay of (letobei-, A.  1)., I'.I'll. "  .1.   A.   r'ltASKK,  ASSKflSDIi.  ATMX  Arl-iKSS.Ml--.NT  IX;-'J"!i:<-'I'.  A-I'I.IN   PitST Ol-'KIl-K.  l|  I  '-(   V-  ;     t�� , ft'��1  ATLIN,    B. C,    HATUKDAV.     NOVIiMHI-JR  HJ04.  en:  Church    Notices.  Cliui-eh ol- I'.iivlaml: St, .Martin's Church -  Sun Iiu vervii-e-,: Almiiis at lliv.rn.; bven-  .-0.1^, 7 :IiU p. in. Cele.hi-.it ion ol Holy Oinn-  11111^11111.   1st   Sniitliiy  in eut-li   uiontli  ami  on  ._, ial   oi-1-n-.ioiis.    Siiiiiluy   Sehool:  Suntliiy.  at :; p. in.   C'tutimliit'i* .Meet inn*., Kt Jl inir-tlity  eaeh   111011i.il.     t<.i-\. I''. U Stet.heii-oi'. rector.  Si. Anilrew'*. I'l-O'-bjIeritui Chiu-i-h hoi.I  serviee*. in th" Ohllivli on Seeotul Street.  Mtii'imiir -t'l'vife at II ; i'\enintr %�����������*. in , 7:;t''.  Sumlitv Srliiii.l at the elo*.��* ot t lie- uioi-iiiii^  s.'i-\iee.    Itev. K.Tiipl.iiij-loii. niln��-����"��"-  ll.iniaii Catli.ilie Chui'-h : St't-viee*. w ill lit'  lii.M s-riiiitl Suiiil.-ii t.l fiieli month.. All mi'  v.ele -    II"-t. l-"iiihei-('oi-beil, iniiii-U'i'.  Local Events;  School \un\r<. have lwcn reduced  to the winter standard from 9-3��  to 3 -p.  m.  N'ice lVe-.li Cabbage, Carrots. Turnips nml iieetvat N . C. Wheeling's.  'ThcSc )!ia lias gsMie into   winler  .[ti.-uteis near   Scotia    May, and the  r.le.tiR'r   al   Taku.     I  aie b'il in chaige oi" Mr. R.  Pelton.  ��       Mr. Jim Cornell   Icll   by the  last  boat to winter 011 tlic wust.  Mel-uMialdAs C.rocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Skating lias commenced   on   the  Is or, lbs: nia'jnesilc Hats.  ,poiK  Tbe O. K. BarberShop for Hoi  or Cold Baths at all hours, 50cents.  The Alibi Club has closed up for  ilic winter.  Tiie I'lDpuhir Messrs'. J. Lips-  comb and Tom Sageman. the Atlin  representatives of the W. J\ & Y.  R. Co., have disappeared with the  close of steamboat navigation.  Watch 1'illiiiau's windows Tor  goods .suilnblc for Full and Winter  wear.  Mr. Herbert Vonng, of Ihe Government Office, leccived 0.11 Tuesday the sail new.s of tiie death on  the i.jth ultimo of his uiick-, Mr.  Ivrnesl II. Youus.;, at Seetulfa, Mo.  Deceased was :i train de.-.patcher  aud was located at Yale during construction days und left the Province  iu 1SS5. Deceased leaves u wife  and two children.  Pillman carries a full supply of  all the latest Magazines and Papers  to be had.  Best 50c.. meals in to-wn can be-  had :il the Russel Hotel, prepared  by Gus  Brunich,  the famous chef.  W. B. Tlorth has leased the  Golden Gate Road House at Taku  Aim /Von 1 Buller Bios, and has de-  paited to prepare lor winter travel.  Stoves and Hardware at prices  that can't be beaten. -J. D. Duiuu. '.  Mr. T. H. Taylor's   Irish   water'  spaniel, "Burrard Pat," tvhicli was  in Atlin all summer, was awarded a  first prize at the Xc-w  Westminster  Dog Showv held last mouth.  Mr. ]���'.. Rosselli has decided to  remain in Aifin this winter.  . Mr. I.. Schulz brought i�� thirty  h ciw 1 of ca 111 e t h is wee k, a 11 d 11 bey  arc- ni,u* undergoing treatment that  will lit them for cold storage.  Mr. D. Sullivan is to,, slay with  us this winter as captain al tiie  Atlin Skating and Curling Rinks.  Mr. R. Dixon left by the last  boat for a trip to the coast cities.  He will return in January.  Apples, Oranges, Pears, Cranberries and Lemons at X. C.  Wheeling's.  Mr. Fieri Wrong of the Grand  hotel displayed great push this  week, by erecting a large blackboard in the smoking-room of the  hotel on which was wrtitten every  constituency in Canada. A wiie  connected the govimnneiil telegraph office with the room and  as the results of the polls were r<v  ceived by an .operator, they were  placed on the board, aud were  -loth steamers watched and discussed by the onlookers with much interest.  Capt. Alexander and Mr. I'\  Shields returned this week fiom a  short hunting trip to Wilson Creek,  where they togged over fifty ptarmigan.  Large stock of Plain and Perfumed Toilet Soaps at C. R. Bounk s.  Winter mail service commenced  ou Thursday, when Norman Fisher  and 'Jo.hu McAulay started from  A Hi.' by boat with several sacks.  Mr. J. Kirkland is expected in to-,  day iritli the first in-bound mail.e  Mr. Fred. Ii. Wrong has re-opened  the   Grand    Hotel   Dining-Room.  The new room is up-stairs and meals  will   be   served  anyhow' "n.p   to   1  o'clock   in   the   morning.'    Parties  wishing  meals at a late  hour   will.  upon giving a short notice; be'ac-  coinmodated. ' Mr.   Wrong  wishes  Hie public to know that he'is in'the  Grand to serve them and   do - their  j pleasure and  will  endeavor'to give  ! prompt and efficient servicesat any  ; hour of the day or night his'patrons  raav desire.  $  TABLES������'��. 'LlJMSbEN  Carry nothing but the best  qualities and brands of  Groceries that can be procured for the Northern Trade.  titr Call and inspect our stock before buying your fall'supplies.  GENT'S FURNISHINGS.      GOLD SEAL HIP BOOTS,  THE   IRON   STORE.  OWER & IRNFG. ��0., ��TD.  Qn ai:d after August ist and until further notice, Ihe following will  be the rates for lights ; accounts collectible monthly :  FLHCTRIC    LIGHT     RATHS: ��� Installation,   $3:50 per light.  8 Gar.dlc Power Incandescent $ 1.7S nor month per light  IS " "        ' -'���' 3.25 *(  32 " " " 5.50 "  All biiTiied-out or blackened lamps will be exchanged for1 new one.s,  free of charge, if brought lo the Company's office, but bioken ones wttl  be charged for at 30 cents each,  MODERN STEAM LAUNDRY IN CONNECTION: Z���ZV&  at) Cor.-.  LIYBUBB.  LOUIS    SCHULZ,  Wholesale    and     Retail     Butcher.  FIRST STREET,- ATLIF, B, C  Tljp Beg   to    announce  *��� "^ that they have  re-  UnVJlf opened and are now  IiUjtli ready for business.  They take this opportunity to thank  their former patrons  mid respectfully solicit their further  patronage.      Mrs. M. FENN,  Proprietress.  Laundry  CHRISTIAN.  Teaming Done.  for Sale,  Convenient to Atlin or Discovery.  J*        P.  ��� ATLIN,    IS.   C.  SHELF AND  HEAVY   HARDWARE,  T'n and Granite Ware,  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplias,      Doors and Windows,  Furniture antt Mattress Factory*  northern Brewing Company, DI  SMALL  ATLIN,  11. C.  BREWERS   QE   LAGER  BEER.  AND    LAUGH    ORDERS    PROMPTLY  FILLED.  WANTED  .MUX AN'll 1VO.MKX in tlii.s (lount.v anil  .-uljoiiiiiigr t <'i-ii t cu*i��;H. U. roprcxeiit anil  advertise an olil <:stal>Jisln;il house of Moiiil  linaiiuial standing. Salary to 1111*11 $21  wuoUly, to women $12 to $18 weekly with  Kmii'iihihi- mlviiiieuil tin1-^ Monilny by I'lieok  tlii-i'ct from ln.'uilc|iiart(!rs. t]ors<* and  hiitfiry fnriiislmil wlipn imcRSMiiry : positioii  liiirniniK'iit. Aildi-ijss, Ut.KW linos. & Co.,  Di'lit. A, Monan IUiIk:., Chicago, III.  sufj<>K.s*.>i< to J5# FOLEY  TLIN   OHEAP   GMSH   STORE.  FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.   -��������� -���   Jrlour,  Oats, Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c, &c.  FINEST KQUIPl'KD   HOTJCL IN THIS NORTH.  KVKRYTHINO  CONDUCTFI)  IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  t��gs~te-Datc   Restaurant in   Connection.  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.  COKNUK   ��?IR.ST   AV1CNUK   AND   D1SC0VICKY   STRUCT,   ATHN.  THE  SIalf.Way House  Ih a liitvitii for all  travotl.ii-3. Tliuii!en).-t  iiri* Irii.i-iiiilliiiir anil  tliu brtioers. in the  l)ii��- as refi-t>��liin{r a*  t iio <1,,�� of tlio ciu'lj  ii!(��i'.;iiiy, Aii id.-.-ii  .iiinii.t'i"   ;nni   winii'T  JAMES   CLARK,  I'KOI'KIJSTOfc,  Ml  J-Til  I'j-S  7\  ill  Ei  'i)5i  )V  4  '����'."  i'S'I  M  li'J  > if-1  .' 1**1  I !f.I  ..'..I  !f  wa  I  fl  * .8  M  <*.  1;  !Jl  y  1  '-l>,n  mmmmmitimmmmmsim

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