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 g^i^f^...--'i^.n.--*.-^v^-.vji.if-v-. .m��....,?T!y^^5**  '  r  '   l  ' ,  .1   _    ��� I,  ,/.(!  '  j^i%Tmiiu-.if<*ii-iu>*.i��iii fcwi"iw mw1*  fi'" -'  f  k/*  ^ *>  VOL.   7.  ATLIN, B. C, "SATURDAY,  OCTOBER    n.'igo:  NO.  169.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  ���*' - b  CAPITAL    PAID'; UP   $S,ooo, 000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, ,  , ' ���   ^,-    ,*,  ' ,    San Francisco,  ,; ���~ - Portland,  , '   . ,,     .     -^ '     . ,     Skagway, etc.  '   , Exchange sold on all "Points.  Gold Dust Pukciiasho���Assay Pi-'kick in. Connkction^  >   . ' ,J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Ill  ;YAL, HOTEL  9  E.   ROSSELLI,   Proprietor.  A. m CLEANUP.  Atlin Mining  Co.' Gel  Over  100 lbs. of Gold This Week.  .  ��� Corner Pearl and First Streets,, Atlin, B. C.  ' -      ,              *     >                r ,               -                ,--           ���         ,     '          \   -    ,     ,  \ , .   . ' .        "     FIRST   CLASS  .RESTAURANT, JIM 'CONNECTION.  ���_-'������ ." .,.��� :   CHOICEST WWt&, UQL'ORS AM) CIGAilS CASE GOODS A SPttlALTY.  ���-  /LOUISr-SCHULZ,  -.    -- -     - -'   ;'\      . -1     .--  Wholesale   and    -Retail-.', Butcher  FIRST   STREET,   -ATLIN,   B.   C.   "  Pioneer B^ry - and: Restaurs  ,   .  .     .' '       SPECIAI/I'TKS  IN -,,.��,,    1     EANCYvCAKES   &^ PASTRy.  Fresh Bread, Rye' Bread, etc." ' "*    J    .~.  y.       , .'    "        '    .���*   '.       ' .'-      *' -     " "Ciias.  Mykk, Proprietor.  ' Goo J lloonis to Rent���Bv-jtlie Uaj. Week or.Month at letiboniihle nites.  . . ;      JIMMY REGAN  "' Shelf and Heavy Hardware, ^  .Men's  Half Solos mill Slioe Xnils    Hem**. DistoibA Son's S.iwm. "tViniloiis, Doors,  Glass ami Puttej, etc., etc.  "     -BOOM���BANG ���- BOOM I ��� Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuseb  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.    '    " ���  <ioods   Boui|lit   Sold   and   Exchanqed.  THE    WHITE-'   PASS    &    YUKON  ROUTE/  ���i *���� !   Passenger and Express Service; Daily (excepl Sunday), between  Skagway, Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making close connections with our own steamers at White Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and at Caiibou for Atlin every.Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin every Monday and Thursday.  ���   Telegraph Sei vice to Skagway.    Express -matter  will .be received  for shipment to and from all points inCanada and the United Slates.  For information relative to Passenger/Fi eight,' Telegraph' or Express  Rates apply lo any Agent of the Company or to  J. F.' Lke, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Ln-SCO.UBiv, Local Agent, Atlin. B. C.  - *    '' -  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  *  R. B. Dixon, Proprietor.  Hydraulic 'Mining  i  Machinery,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,-, WATER    GATES,  ANGLE   STKEL 'RIFFLES.' &   '���  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Estimates furnished ou application  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver,  B. C.  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B." C  Season's Work  Will  Yield   Afcout  -   '   $4o.ooo���Improvements Cal-  '    eulated to Double the Output.  The last clean up"of the -Atlin  Mining Company is not yet completed, but the roo lbs. .mark ,has  been, passed and it will require  j pick horse to bii-ig the gold into  town. Owing to low water it was  found impossible lo clean up. the  last pit which would have added  many thousand dollars lo the present returns. ��� ' , ,  * The mine is only now, practical^'  opened-up and in proper shape lo  .work advantageously;-next spring  an extra flume will be put in where-  .vhen blasting is being done on  .side,'Water will be .tinned on  other, thus utilizing lhe water  imuugh the monitors for the full 2:4  houis; this season owing to -the  large .number of- heavy boulders  thai had Jo be blasted in working  "from-', one face," actual .'piping was  only cariied on for_au aveiage of; 7"  hours out of.24, and notwitlistand-  ing this the company have extracted  in the neighbourhood of $40,000for  the season's - woik, they began piping on -May 17th.  Contracts have been let to Messrs.  Nichol and McLeod for1 building a  large reservoir and dam at the head  of Eldorado Creek.  -A new supply flume will be put  in and more water conveyed lo the  monitors which when completed  ���will give a head 3S0 feet, as against  r7o feet hitherto available.  .  The manager Mr. R. D. Fether-  stonhaugh is going to lemain in  yAtlin all winter and superintend the  construction work.  We feel modest in predicting that  with the extra pressuie and abundant supply of water now available  that the output for 1903 will more'  than double that of this year as will  be the case for nearly all of the  Hydiaulic Companies working in  Atlin.  Quartz on Ruby Creek.  A, Dyke of Free ' Milling  Ore  Located Fine Showing-.  40 lbs. From Boulder Creek.  The Socicte Miuiere brought in  still another 40 lbs. of gold for last  week's run. It is very satisfactory  to note that the results improve  right along, this makes 75 lbs. of  gold for two weeks work, our estimate of $40,000 as to the total result  will not be very wide ol the " mark.  Considering ' the dead work  the,company had to do this season  lhe result is more'thaii satisfactory  and the directors and shareholders  can congratulate themselves on  on having one of, if not the best  properly in Alii 11.  The latest quail;-, strike is ciedited to Mr. Berl , Lucas whocame in.  here last June;   he  claims'.to  have  the biggest proposition iu the country.    After weeks  of prospecting,  Bert   Lucas, Sam , May  aifd  Jack ���-  Donovan, on the_ iSth   of August,  .staked seveial quartz claims about  5 miles fiom   lhe mouth   of  Ruby  Creek, it is claimed that no'defiiied ..  ledge'has   been located, the whole  mountain being  piactically a hugh -  quany of quartzite,  any   piece of  w.hich yields goodcolois simply by  crushing in a moilui. "<  ���A sample,of the   ore    has   been  vseut"to1Seattle for , assay   and   the"  owneis intend pulling in a mill Mext-  spiing, ,   ���* ,  ���If samples seen by oui ediloi aie  a fair average of the 01 e, which is <  claimed is over a thousand feet wide,"  the owners- must 'have" a, perfect  bonanza, and we know that in '99  quaitz locations were made, at the  head pi'Ruby .Cicek lipm which  high values were^ obtainable; but  owing to the Alien Law, and the  unsettled question of title the claims  were allowed lo lapse, and, we aie .  inclined to think" that Mr. Lucas  knew something of-the^ piopeity  before lea\ ing the,coast.  Rabson was Insane.  The body of Chailes B. Rabson  was recoveied from lhe Saginaw"  river and it is evident -that he became mentally deranged, and under  the spell drowned "himself.' His  wife was connected with Geneial  U. S. Giant. ' She was a graduate  of several colleges and had the  .reputation'of being a speaker and  wiiter. *���  Charles 0. Rabson owned some  valuable pioperly on Spruce Creek  and was veiy successful here. He  took with him a qitanlit}'of nuggets  and some good pokes oi gold when  he left this city to meet his biide.  The recovery of the body today  boie out lhe strange t-lory told by  his bride repoiled iu these columns  on the 27th last, and removes all  suspicion of foul play.'  f\  J t  / < 1 A  ' ' Jt '  _L-   *    I  i1  \    t       ^  *,~   '!��*  "l  r -."���>���,'  '/�����  I,       i ' -, I       aftj.  '   "   b.Vi. S/��-  y"--'y(a  >      , ^     ^-s-   jfj1    Sjv+ j     ��  y j-j^-i  ���   -.        ~     ^  ,& It  y-    \ ?j��*:  ^'"'lyLbf'"?  . "^ s~ <. *  y<b'*f'bd  ">.' '' 7^  * i ,'���"������? ���'  "��� - b->t-  ..-.*- X'���  1   1" "���- b y -.';---  ^T-;,  " ', X  ' v -j   -f  \  ' -Mr'  '      J          ,>^  **  ,-**.'  ,yyy  1       i  , -)" t  "/ b  *���>.�������  % <  X^S-f1  - , -^L  ,���'  --r.  ,- tfs t*  -'_--f��i  <-   u             \t  f' ^>  *r \   C  X".iii  "(   -     _'-^  . }������*!&&���  r "  ������" X" *?{  z  . l'i7'f"  ���V  - *-c ii  ,   i. i. i  *  's.   J.  ^  -���r%  ,-i  ril  t  -   1  '--   T��  y if  > , t  j     *  -    E  -  'i'y ������ -I  "    ,w    II  -4  Novelist Zola Asphyxiated.  Emil Zola; the celebrated French  author died iu Paris on the 28th  September from asphyxiation, caused leaking- gases from healer, his  wife narrowly escaped death from  the same cause.  By his death the world loses one  of the most prolific critcs and producers of fiction  that  ever existed.  '  !*  J-^4- I  , V I  \l  ATLIN, B.   C,    SATURDAY, OCTOBER it,'  19-02.  W-  \r --  ,i,*  I '   b  hi.  if'  The Atlin Claim.  Published    every    Saturday   morning   bv  T'(E ATLIN CLAIM   PUHLISHINO CO.  A. (5. llin*srnrEi,i), Kiiitoii.  Ofiiee of publication Pearl S'., Atlin, It. C.  Advertising Rates : S1.0U per inch, facli  insertion.' Reading notices, 2!> cents n line.  Spscinl Contract Rates on application.  Tlie subscription price is. *t-:i u jenr payable in advance. No p iper u ill be delivered  unless this condition is complied with.  Saturday, Octobkr ii, 1902.  ,, Inilicting   Punishment.  The policies of law makers in  Canada and the United States suggest the degree of'intelligence possessed by two men who deliberately  set to beat each other  with  clubs.  The two men if they be of equal  strength and activity, will inflict  equal punishment, and neither one  wilTcome off with advantage.' The  Government of Canada and' the  United States deal each other blow  upon blow through the channels or  industry and trade. The people ol  both countries receive sore hurls,  and no one is beniffitted by "the  operation. The'United States with  great care and paiiis, arranges its  customs duties in such a prohibitive  way that the people cf that country  cannot enjoy thebenefitof anything  produced in" Canada, and the Canadian government enforces legul-  ations by which the qeoplc or this.  country are- prevented from taking  advantage of the gifts ofmoderu invention'and civilization across the  border.' Who is benefitted in the  aggregate? \ '     '  Nobody is benefitted, but oii the  contrary, everybody concerned is  injured. Reciprocity ��� and the  most liberal reciprocity ��� is an im  perative necessity to the people of  both countries. It is true that  Canada,can get along without' the  tilings of the United States, and the  United States can exist without the  things of Canada. But these countries are so closely kindred in their  industrial and civil lives ".'that it  seems to us to be the heighth of absurdity to build up artificial and  unnecessary tariff walls between  them.     . "  The wealth of Canada is vast, and  every day is proving lo be greater.  It is a great expanse of country,  and abounds with wealth in various  forms which can and should be disseminated for the good of civilization on this continent. The United  vStates produces countless articles  ol modern use that could and should  be placed within the reach of tlie  people of Canada ��� to the great  advantageof both countries. There  are thousands of citizens of> the  United States in Canada today who  are cut off from the daily use of  luxuries and necessities to whicli  they have been accustomed froai  childhood, but which they are ob>  liged lo forego now or get out of  Canada, where they find every year  more and more profitable and pleasant vocations. The fault of all this  is very largely due lo the United  States governmental policies, which  have for many years tended to  build up the tariff walls higher,  For the benefit of the people or  both countries it is time that their  law-makers were shaken into their  about tariff restrictions should be  rung in, and the tariff relic of lhe  dark ages should be rung out.  Tariff reform is needed in Canada  -as well as in the United Status, and  when it comes the common people  of both countries, the vast body of  American and Canadian consumers,  will be equally benefitted.  Ten Mile Ranch.  Farming in the Atlin District���  Successful.Operations of Mr.  Wooldridge.  The success of H. M. Wooldridge  al Ten Mile Ranch is pleasant news  lo all who have at heart lhe future  growth . of ' Atlin district. Mr.  Wooldridge is a Canadian boy who  gained' his farming experience in  lhe Manitoba country, but came to  the far Northwest with an eye to  trapping and mining. In passing  over the Carriboo country afoot, he  rioted the rank growth' of the wild  haj- in the valley at * the head of  Tagish lake, and he ��� investigated  the soil and found rich sandy loam  ���and'deep .black loam, adaptable to  the growing of all sorts of northern  crops. He arranged with the government for the purchase -of the  land, and for the last four years lie  has been making a practical demonstration of farming that should be a  valuable lesson ��� to Atlin district,  where numerous fertile tracts of  laud can be found. 'Mr. Wooldridge  paid the government $3.00 per acre  for his land. ' This year he raised  hay, oats, turnips, potatoes, carrots,  celery and garden, truck: and got  good crops. He cut this fall :oo  tons of hay, of-which 70 tons was  good marketable hay worth $55.  per ton at the Atlin wharf. Pie has  a mowing machine, a hay press, a  eow, horses and other accessories of  the progressive* ruralist, and next  spring he expects to add to his stock  of farm machinery and live stock.  He believes that a permanent success can be made of farming in the  Northwest Territory and British  Columbia.  Two More Atlin Farms.  Inspired doubtless by the success  of the Wooldridge ranch at Carriboo  Crossing, Mr. E. J. Hughesis opening a farm at Taku, and the Butler  brothers have this week taken up  land on Taku lake shore six miles  below Hughes, for agricultural purposes. At least 15 tons of timothy  has been cut along the Taku tramway, having grown up from the  seed that has been scattered from  hay in transportation along the  route. The hay is fine and amazingly high, and much fine clover is  found with it. The second crop of  clover has just been cut, and these  facts have convinced the farmers  that the soil in this section is well  adapted to farming.  Messrs. Hughes and Butler are  breaking ground this fall, and will  put in oats next spring, as well as  other crops. The possibilities of  Atlin district in farming as well as  mining are rapidly  being demon-  Atlin,   Nugget and Grape' Rings ,  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured-on the Premises.  jgjiF-    Why send.out when you can get goods "as cheap here?  Watches From $3 up*   Fins Mne of SoL'venir Spocrss.,  ���JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Walclimates, ,  IK   YOU   WANT  Information  '    ' CONCERNING -'  " .    ,  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In,the Atlin District  WRrne to  A. Cm Hirsohfeld  Real ' Estate  and-Mining   Broker,  Cbe Eelattd BoteL  Fi"niest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  ��� - Week or Month.  % THE    KOOTENAi    HOTEL-  V  ���*,  O  o  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainor Streets.  %  This First Class Hotel has been remodeled mid ref iirnisiied throughout  j. nnil offers the best accommodation to Transient or Perninncut  ^ ', - -   -,-' - - Guests.���Anim-icuii ami European plan.   ���  0 Finest Wines, Litfuors and Cigars*  Billiards' arid   Pool.  a-��o-#a-��o*��a-����-'K^��*^''>c^D**>c��*����*#o*"Ki*"m  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms--By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ��� Fine stable in con  nection with the House.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  . ' O. \V. Johnston. Muna��rei\  C. DOELKER,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  First Street,   Atlin.  PRICES ALWAYS   AS . LOW  AS  THE  LOWEST,  D. G. STEWART,  Post Office Discovery.  for groceries and miners' supplies.  right senses.    A   change of ideas ' stratcd  l'OR  Call and get Prices at  '���-j. -\  j.::.  msmmi'  msm wa*ac3 t<,j.^-tiA.^v.��..fo,*iyri^^  ATLIN, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER n,  1902  ��  can' give   You   as Good Value for your CASH as QrOGerieS* PrOVlStenSj ��tC.  any House in Town. "   ^ .. . ~ . ���    -, 1  Try   us, witih   it   and see.  .Giant"  Powder  oil   hand.  3, J\. Jrmr $ go.  SALE OF LANDS FOR UNPAID T.YXKS' IN THE ATLIN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT,  PROVINCE OK HRITISH COLUMBIA.  f  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE   that, ,011 Tl,u.sda> ll,"e tlmtieil,   day of October. A. D. .902.,at the hour-of  1     ten o'clock 1,1 the loienoon, at the Court House, Atl.n, I shall sell at public auction the lands   or 1, ter-  esls in said hinds 111 the list hereinafter set out, foi the taxes lemaining unpaid by said persons, on the tliirt> -  first day of December, A. D. 1901, and for'tlie costs and exp^iisesot_said_s^e  C. R. IN..Co.  ���ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  Nil 111 c of Pei son.  Slioi1 ili-spi iption of Land.  Unpaid Taxes at list.  Docenibni,   I'lll.   *  ai  ^  c  = 0  r^s  u ~"  0)  \z  a  r  0  11  ,    0  3   1  '    O  *3  +z  a  0 1  Jl  E   ���  m  0  0.  /  0  w  <-   ,  Aitlion, Siilne*,  Alvin Mis.   Ciitliu  Allen and   Cnniplifll  Aiidorson. James  AngevincC* I..  Ait lulls, ,| G.  Atlin Hrcwng Conipuny  Atlin Telcphono Company  Haiita, I'l oil  Huuni, Mis   Li1 .  Beattir, A.M  Heclcei, Ld  Ho-eis C  H. .      ���  Hemiet Luke ami Kloudjke Nu\ Co  Hloomfleld und Sands  Uiajei, G. H. and  Robinson, L. 1)  Uritish Amoiicnn  Corporation, Ld.  Bromilee, A. G,  BroMiilee. A. G. and Houghton, Alice  Uuchler, Robeit " .  Huike, A,  Cunipboll, D. 1).  Cuucellor, H. J  Cane, K. W.  Cat tier. Mi s. L. ...  Ciuej   b G.  Guioe, W.  Clark, W. A.  D.ivys, H.J.  Doelker, C.  Dunn und Co, Ltd. 'ihos-  Dui le, J. 1>,  Elmslie,  A.  jfui 1 in,   Hei t  Gage, J, L.  Gei on and Co.  Gmtzberger, Mrs. R.  Goodwin, Finnic  Gregory, Thomas  Guiot, Madam   11.  Gunning'ami Aithur  Gold House Pai tnership  Hull, J.  Huggnrd, Bowker and Stracey  Hanson,  P       ���  Hattou, Henspeckornnd Ivice  Hume  Bios ."~  Ireland, W. H.  Johnston. O  W.  Hiiplinliiunnd Wente  l.uii���'le\,  Walter  .Leo, l'uul  Little, Cliil'oid  Luiidberg, L. P- ....  Mai tin, J. S.  .Menzios, Duvnl  Moiiu ami   Bli.nk  AlcC'rum", WilHiun _  McKay, II. I), ���  .McDonald, A  tt -  McLeod and Sullivan  .McNeil, J. A. ,  MeiLlinnts Hunk of Halifax  Niitluuison, W. J.          JSogus, JO, -      ������      -  Nicoli and Vicun -       ���  OUen, LA. -  O-rilvie, D.P. ������    -    ���  Olive Suruh    ���    _  Patton, D.U.      - v   Portland Hotel Co.  Proulx, IS .J.  Kant, N. W. V.  Head, L. H.  Ripsteiu, Juoob  Robertson' A.E   Rose, J.   H -  Snlun and Mcfimes  Scott, 1). K. .  Slmw   Ht"*    ������ - -     -  Smith, J. L. .������ ���- * -  Smythe, S. A. . _ _ -  Spencer, W. A.       .   .     -  Steclo. J. McC   -Stein, A. . .     .   ..  Stc-lly, Georgo ~ ������  ���Stoil, II.M. and  Hillings,  >imtli, MIhh  Mabel    .  TIiuiiimhi, M   K.    .  Tin n<*r and Co.     --   ������-  Vundci-,111c M. L. - . . ��� ���  Van IIiihuii  H. B.      ���  Tletoi la Yulioii Trading  Wrong, Mrs. Laura J.    .  -Walker, G. C.  "Wiistle, Thomas  Winebromier. Chas -~  Walters, John .  "Whitney and Pedlar  -YoungguUt, S. J.  Zuoco,   Anton .  Leo  Co.  3?ritcittber 30th. 1902.  Lot  '20  Block  17  111  11  n  il  ?.\  10  11  1��  10  Atlin  Building,       Discm er>  Lot   17   Block   JTI Atliu  Builihng, Ice House and Plnnt Atlin  Telephone   Line ��  Lot   il   Hloi.k   14  IS  14  II  1  b  Atlin  5-100  2 4J  2 10  14 til)  4 00  '1 61  ���ao 00  u 06  2 40  ,! 20  Lots 17 und 18 Block  1       ., .  ��� 1 to, 2b Blk Hi, Lots 57 to 6(�� Blk. ob  1 to 12 ��� 80, ��� 3 to 6 ,, 2  j   to     7      , S,    ,,     total*,    ���      29  \,   06   to   7.1     ���       39,   Wareliouse. Oflieea,  Whuif etc. ut Beunet      -   -       :  Hiiildni-rand Stock, Disco\erj -    - .  Lot   18   Block   28 Atlin  Lots 1.2, and 21   I��k. 17   ���  Lot   il Block   5      Atlin  ���   10 Blk, 4,   Lot 17   Blk. 7       Atlin  ,   H   .,      7       ���      ��     ..   1�� ������    .       *���  i ��� ,.     9     ���   24 ^  Lot   14   Block   17  ���      6       ��� 16  ",      9       ��� 16 ., - -  Buildiiifj, l��isco**ery  -��� Bennett       -    <��� -       -  Lot   14   Block   24 Atlin  ,, n    ,,'   , js   -  I,     6       ��� 43; -  ���   20       ��� 10 ������  Building, cor, Lake and Peail Sts��� AtJin  II 1(1  1  S1"0 $4 001 ?100  2 40 4 00; (��� 40  2 40      4 00      6 40  Lot   4   Block   9    ,  ���    ��      ,,       . ��     '  ���    4       .,        H  .,' 16      ���        10  BuilihiiK and Stock,  Lot  9  block   11  Atliu  5  2  lri  2  2  28  2  24"  Bml(lin{f and Stock,  block  Bennett  Atliu  JiiBcovery  Atliu  Bennett ,-  Atlin _  und stock, Bennett  Atlin  Discover} ���  Atlin  Lot' 1 block 21  ;:8s :, \  1 ������ -  :: 16 ��� 24  Hotel buildincr,  Lot   4 block 24  .,    7 ., r'  ,    " ������ ��  9 24  ���   10 ��� a  "   18       ���        10  Building-,    Discovery ���   Lot 0    block 6 and lot 8 block 18    Atlin  Buildm-r und stock,  Bennett  ���        and stock,   Ducovery  ���          Bennett                                    -  ���        and stock,    Bennett  Teiiunts, Cot 2 block 16 building thereon  Lot la         Mock   24      Atlin        ' -   _  4 ���    a��       ��� ���  2  7 _  Atlin  ,, lu,.d2  ,. 5  7 '  ������ " ���        ,  ���   10 and 11 ��� 5 ���  ,,    C *. I ���������  Biiildmsr,   Bennett  Lot   15   block  3 -       Athn  Building,   Bennett  Lot block Atlin  ���    9      ��� 1  "   10      ]]      ��and buihhufir .,  Building,   Discovery ���  Lot   12   block   ii A��in  ,,   10 and 11 block 16     ���                           .    .    ,  Building, Discovery    Lot "20   block" S AtKu  Building, Bennett  Lot   11   black  & A��ln    17 block 5 and lots 7 and 8 block 17 Atlit  Lots 8 und O block 11 and iiot 6 block lr>     ���  Lot 5   block 1  Atliu  8 ���     7 and Lot 111 bloc-15 Atlin  Lots 12 and 14 block �� Athn  lot  6   block   24 ,, - ���   -  v. St  ::  i?.     :  Lots' 7,8, 8a, and 9 bledk 2 Bennett  211  1  Atlun  Beniitft*  Atlin  Lot   18   block  ���   14  Mill and Plunt^  Lot   5   Block   IU  "    o " ill "  ,,   2        ,, 11 ��� ������   ���  ���   111 8 -i.  Building und stock, Disoovery Bond  ,, ileuuertt ..  .  Lot   18   block    "J Atrin .  -  ���   2 ���        28  ��l 2C  4 OU.  1 60  105 92:  12 Of!  2 4lj  S 2(  1 00  11 60  4 80  9 40  3 bO  1  6 00  4 00  7 20  3. 00  2. 00  1 00  " 1 CO  17 60  4 80  4 00  5 60  2 40  11 00  2 80  4 00  2 80  3 20  1 00  31 00  6 40  1 80  286  2 00  8 20  1 60  3 00  1 60  5 60  3 20  8 00  1 00  400  2 00  H 00  2 40  2 00  24 00  1 48  8 40,  24 00'  80  6 80  12 80  1 40  5 60  2 00  10 40  6 0Q  1   bo  r, 60 ,  4 80  3 2o "  6 4o  2 00  24 80  12 00  4 00  3 2o  80  4 00  9 2��  4 So  2 o��  3 So  96o  80  2 80  �� no  7 60  3 2o  2 80  80 00  4 00  4 4o .  2 40  4 80  8 00  2 4o  2 00  4 00  14 80  '1 00  1��J  52 50  24 00  2 40  1 20L  I  J  (I 20,  1 00  1 bO  6 50  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00.  4 00  i 001  U 00,  4 (10  6 ol).  21 30  8 00  .-�� 60  56 50  I  28 00  b 40  7 20  The   following sailings  are  announced  for  the month of July���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m ,  oi oil  arrival of train:  Princkss Mav  Oct.  Amur  Nov,  9  i<i  29-  24  For furthei infoimalion, apply or  write to        H: B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  Pellew-Harvey, Bryant & Gilmao  - 1 Provincial Assayers  Ihe Vancouver Assay OSce, established 1690.  75 00  .1 T> -  ��� ���_.!  180 92  15 75  2 40  5 20  I  2 00  212 50  400  4 00  9 00  4 00  IS 20  b 00  8 10  393 42i  19 75  6 40  14 20  6 00  3 30  7 50  1 50'  9 bO  4 80  9 40  5 bO  1 60  6 00  '4 00  7 20!,  1 001  2 00,  1 OGi  1 bO'  17 60  1 80  4 00  5 60  9 90  3 00  2 80  400  2 8J  S20  1 00  41 10  6 40  1 80  2 8b  200  13 45  1 60  10 50  1 60  5 60  i 20  8 00  1 60  1 50  7 5(1  1 50  1 00  2 00  8 00  2 40  3 50  31 50  1 48  0 90  24 00  ���80  6 80  12 80  1 40  5 60  200  10 40  6 00  lOo  12 30  400  4 00  �� 00  4 00  11 00  4.00  4 0U  4 00  4 00  4 CO  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 001  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 001  4 00  4 no  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  400  4 00  4 00  4 Ot  4 00  4 CO  W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents. '  Large or SiintK Sunii)lestor��jji-d��>d Sar Afcsd.r_  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  E. UNk  S?*Gl*.  21 90  8 80|  IS 40!  7 bOi  5 60'.  10 00-  8 00  11 20 J v;.  f>00i  6 00  8 00  - 5 60  21 CO'  8 80'  8 00  9 60*  U90t  ,7 00,  6 80:  S 00  A 80  7 20  5 00  45 10  10 40  580  05 86  6 00  17 45  5 bO  14 50  5 60  9 60  7 20  02 00  5 1.0  Nowoccup} *t!ioa��  now ��iun*teis next  to the liMiik of li. K. A., First Street.        ~  The bmtln'oonis- aie equailfe* as good as fouu^  in cities.  tPikvate-Liitrauee-fw ladies.   -  G. {iLiH.vttiw.  tt.'CtkjtlMiLC,.  Dnggct Ml  ���Disoovery..  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  -    IN  CONNECTION.  Headquurteis iror,<Brook'<e stuge.  4 00  4 00  4 00  650  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  6 50  4 00  4 00  4 00  6 50  4 00  4 00  4 oo  8 00  <, 00  42 00  8-SO  7-50  35 50  5 48  1.IS0  28 00  A 80  16 30  16.80  5 40  9 60  8 50  14 40  10 00  5 6o  Fme tree fioiel.  * -' DISCOVERY, Br. C. ,   ,  -  Finest of liquois  Good stabling.  Ed. S��.s.ds, Proprietor.  5 ��o    4 oo     9 6o  4 8o    4 oo     8 8o  in Ti.)  1-Eo  lo 7o  4 oo  6 4a  4 oo  'I eo  4 oo  24 8o  6 So  12 oo  i oo  4 oo  4 oo  3 2o  4 oo  So  4 oo  4 oo  4 oo  9 2o  II 3o  4 8o  9��o  2 oo  4 oo  II <k*  <;u>  9 6o  II So  8o  4 ou  28o  4 .oo  V 6o  A oo  ? Oo  11 5o  ��2o  4 oo  2 Ho  4 oo  117 Bo  4 oo  4 oo  4 o<��  4 4o  i Oo  S4o  4 o��  4 8o  4 oo  9 Ro  Joo  2 4o  4 oo  2-or  4 oo  4 oo  4 OO  X R �� U 8 I E.  MATTRESS     FACTORY.  HOTJSE  FURNISHINGS,���11QUS   -CARPETS AND LINOLKUM.  t   -  t    "  ^ ������*���  f V*5  I  1  1  I  -���'I  ill  I  i  14 7o  lo4o  6 oo  31 3o  16 oo  8 oo  7 2o  4 8o  8100  18 2o  l*18o  0 <***  lo lu  111 lo  4 8o  (I bo  7 6o  ID lo  7 2o  68o  121 5o  8 oo  8 4o  4! 4o  8 8o  IS 5o  (J4o  6 oo  8 oe  c PMmC jCOAST S. S. Co.  PIONELR ALASKA   LINK.  For B. C. and Pug��t Sournfi  Ports.  The  Following Elegant   Steamers  Leave Skagway:  City of Skatuile Oct.    61U.  ,,   ��8tn.  Crrv^ir Toi'SKft. Oct.   12th.  t-i -,,    24LIH-  1,1  W, WALLACE OR3ME & C-<v  ^uta-i ies PuWic  TShkd Street, Atlin B. C.  JAMES A. FRASER, Assessor and Collector.  Atlin Assessment District,  Atlin, B. C.  IfllMNG BROKERS 4'COMMISSION AGE.NT&  Fir*   A.   Accident   Insurance  AOKNTtl   1'OIt  JPlOJJiW-lIAitVLY  & XXX,   Assasyawj  nMttMiJHOjmwimauirziKtpierap : - ii HI \ "W WiMeWlatWoT -cr rci���anf XC *  ATLIN, B.   C,    SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   ir,    rgos  ti- i  IV '  II  ii:  Vt f  p I.  A   I  Vi  ,** i  > j  i-< ���  ri-  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Churoh  ol   Kugkvnd:  St. .Mnrtin'i Church, qrfv. .Third and Train-  or. ��trceti_j Sunday juscvi^fii.'-Mutui-i.at'l-l. a.  in., Kveiir.r-.iig 7:30 p. in. [Celebration of Holy  Communion,. l5t Sumbiy in each inoiitli and  on Special ucciuiom... Sunda-f School, Sunday at 3 u. tn. Cammittve Meetings, 1st  Thui-iiluj, in each mouth. .        ,  .Rev. V. L. Stephenson, Rector.  St. AmiU-ojv's Pi-esb.iterin.il. Cliiircli hold  ���erviceys'lfi ,tlie Church ou .Second Street.  Morning: ..sqrvico at II evening sci\ii*e 7:30  Sunday School nt the rlowi of tihe morning  .sariIce. _RowlI. Tiirkuigt-on, .MinistrK. Free  Reading Ito'oiu. to \\ liit-fi nil are welcome.  We regret to announce that Mr.  Munro,'manager of - the Bank ol  ���Commerce, and Mrs. Muurowillbe  leaving Atlin about the end of the  mouth for Dauphin, Manitoba,  where Mr. Minimis being removed  to on account of his health. >  He will be replaced by Mr. Ross  of Victoria, who will be a welcome  addition lo Atlin Society.  i i  Christie's and Fancy Biscuits al  E. L. Pillman & Co;      ,  For a.good square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  Go to The Royal for Fresh Oyster Cocktails. . ���        ,  Fancy Stationery at , Dock rill &  13oi��ne"s. ' , -  ���-  From now ou  all  Steamers  will  Tunnel versus Shaft.  'INVEST.  Iowa   People ��� Well  Satisfied  - With Atlin.  CUT   PRICES    at    the    Atliu  Cheap Cash Store :  , Cream*, large size,   40 cents per tin.  ,   Cream,.small -size, 20 cents per tin.  Milk, small size, 20'cents'per tin. - K  Sugar, i-o lbs. for $1.00.  Alt other G-roceries, Provisions,  etc.-, cut 'fi'oni' 10 to 20 per cent. ' ��tfriy Ameiicay mails; this is the  Dry Goods, Cfr>thingfc Boots and, result-obtained^'!0111 the numerous  Shoes at half-price.���M. Fqwcv. ~ ,   .pctitiqns from the'Norlh.  Mr. Frank W. White, travelling-  agent of the P. CSteamship'Com-  pajiy was in to-wn tills week. '  Remember that the season is  drawing, to a close. If you want  "to'take presents ,home don"t - wait  till the last moment;- see our local  jewellers, Juj.ES EctnntT & Son,  ' they,make nugget souvenirs that  axe unexcelled..  Three newly married couples arrived on   Wednesday's boat: they  were M'r.   and. Mrs. S. H. Plumbe,.  Mr. and   Mrs. J. Regan  and   Mr.  . a-nd Mrs-. J..Doyle.  , Fresh -consignment rof" Fancy  Groceries*'; al popiilan .prices, at  EbL. Pillman & Co.",   ,  Mr. Rogers, of the W. P. Y.'r!  came in on last Wednesday^ boat  and-lefton Thursday fon SKagwaj*.  .There is more solid comfort iu a,  eup of'Bl'ue Ribbon Tea than in a-  gallon of most beverages.  We are informed that the Alaska  Steamship Company (a new service)  start running their line ot" steamens-  on October i>5tlk  Jimmy-Regan has- a; gpod" stock  of AmeiicaiT Shot Gun Cartridges  and' Sporting Goods- His prices  are alwa-ys-the lowest..  For Oranges- and' the very finest  -butler go to McDonald's Grocery.  Pipes and- Smoker's Articles at  Dockrilr & Bour-ne"s-  Blue Ribbon Coffee fs absolutely  pure.���It is soldi in all the stores in  Atlin.  Tlie following is taken from our  Skagway contempory:  C. M.,Hyskell, editor of the Bui-  lington Iowa, Journal, and W. W.  Parsons, a leading business man.of  that city, who came North about  ;two weeks'ago, leturued from AtHn  'yesterday-"and .both are enthusiastic  :in tlieir prognostication for ,thal  rcounlry. '.Both regard it as'tlie  'greatest mining section'which' Ihey  -���have investigated, and they both  demonstrated their; good' faith in  the conclusions reached by investing, in the country. * They have  become interested in the Spiaice  creek mines, and Mr. H-yskell purchased the ATLIX CLAIM.  It is Mr. Hyskell's purpose to  give tlie claiji his personal attention-  next year, and he thinks the time  is not far away when the newspaper  property will  be   of  great   value.  The plant used in the publication  of the claim will be improved and  'en !ai ged and. the paper made a more  ���.imposing proposition undeuthenew  management..  Mr. Hyskell and Mr.. Parsons  will' leave on the Dolphin on their  return trip to Iowa.  ,'The practical/miner is1, apt fo  know his own particular mine very  well, and this ki.owledge often gives  hiiii a,certain contempt for schooled  engineers and other tiained observers who* bring a wider" knowledge  and more unbiased judgement to the  work 111 hand. Perhaps the cori-  sei vatism of the a\ era'ge miner and  piospectoris most evident in his  clinging to the idea thai,'the, ,best  way .to find out what theie isiu the  vein he has   located is to "prove it  * -*  with depth " by a crosscut luiinel.  As a matter of fact when a miner  his linked out his claim the first  and most essential'thing for him is  to determine the direction of the  vein. Thus he will know whether  .his location really covers the vein  theieby very likely saving' himself  !a heartbreaking lawsuit .should the  vein prove valuable. . '   \  Having -determined the general  direction of the ledge the next thing  .to'do is to sink on it Sir enough to'  determine accurately its dip "or inclination into ,the ground" if the  vein has been opened up at four  ,points*, several, .hundred ��� feet apart  'a careful analysis of the rock from  the different points will show  whether the vein grows richer in  one .direction than.another, or carries fairly uniform values.! Having  ascertained this much the prospector  is iir a.position, to* go to work's3"s-  'leinatically, he can,'decide whether  he shall sink his shafts" deeper -or  run a -tunnel. He can 'also tell  where is "the best poinT-io locate  his shaft or' tunnel so that it will  show up to the best advantage.  Most" Mining and Engineeiiug  authorities very correctly maintain  that'the best advice to be given in  opening up any mineral deposit is  " follow the ore.1" There is no  oilier way by which the ground can  be s-iiowu up so thoroughly and  the ore taken out will often go a  long way toward paying expenses;  even if the ore is not rich enough to  pay for shipment Lt is always evidence of the value of the rock iu the  vein, and is a. tangible selS.'evident  thing to show a,prospective investor.  To be cuntiimed   in next isftue..  "  Agen's' 'specially * selected , fresh;  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  .deal  No. 44.  Prfce Only       $13.25  Mn(loin all the standard ch-Ht  i  hers both Rim. juuI Center Fire.  Weight a.bout.7 pounds.    Standard blind for rim/ire carl ridges.  2-1 inches.    For center-fire carl-1  ridges, 2(i indies. g  If tlicso. rifles mo nol parried i.i c- *-<���������. 1  hy your dealer, fauml jiricu :,iiil \\u vii'ii  bend it-to-yoa expys.ss iiri'iuid.   .   .      '�� }  Send stump foL'cnt.alo^dcscrihiri'fcoiri- j  jiletc lino- tind cotiliiiuing v.iluablu in- E  formation to shooters.. , " \  The J. SiEVENa Arks a:-:d Tcsl ��..  P. 0. Dox* CIIICOPCE FALLS, MASS.  NOTICE.  JUDICIAL, SAtE   Oli1   PKO��l!KTY IN' THE  -     TOWN OF ATLIN, B. C.  Piirsua-nt tio tlie order oi his Honour J udgij-  llcudecviui, Judge of tho County Court of  Vancouver; made in the uetTons of J. Xichol,.  K. S. McLeod and 1J.. Handtko respectively  and ntjiiinst J. H" Russell and others to" enforce cei tain Mechanic's,Liens eiiere will be  offered for sale bj Public^Auctlon nt the  Court House. Atlin, B. C. on Wednesday tlie  15th. day o�� October 1902,.at the,hour of 11  a.m. the Brewery premises situate at or  near the Sai'd Town of Atlin,' and known as.  the Atlin.Bre-.vltiG* Company's premises. ���  ,,' Terms <>f sale 25 per cent down  at time'  of sale and the lmlnnce within     two   'dnys  thereafter.     . i      l       ..'...  Further particulars may bo  had from  W..  Pollard   Grant lisq. or  from ,C. W, Sn��ers  lisil, Solicitors, Atli"n,.B_C-  ' Dated ab AHSn, B-C-this 9th diiy of October 1902. '     "*���   . '    ,  CM, N. Woods,  Registrar of the County Court of Vancouver  ,       ���       Holdeu in Atliu.      t  Back numbers of The Claim at  this office.  Certlflcates of Improvements.  GOLD, GOLD  No. 2   AND   SYDNEY   FRACTION   Mineral  Claims, situate  in ��� the  Atlin Mining   Division  of .Cussiar District,,  ono mil* North We^t of Attrif_City. '.  T-AKii Notice that I, William Beavis P.M.C..  No", B 4888, intend'tiO days from date hereof to apply-to tho Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,.Ear tha purpose-  of obtaining Crown" Gruut-j. of the abovo-  claimi-  And FuiiTHEir, TnJie notice tlint action.,  under Section 37 must be commenced befor-v  tlie issuu-nee oE such (Sertificute of Improve���  incuts     " ,    William Beavis-, ^  Dated this 11th. day of September, 1802.  I  Fall and Winter Supplies at Bed-rock Prices;.  BO Tons New Fresh Goods to Arrive Next Week*.  BLACKETT & CO.  i .Jl'W^Ui a iMirm^rrr^ufr

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