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 .'" ' v j.  - -- -  . -   -. b ".        y,j-r'      ? ' ���  fttilJ��iJi��aiBSi'��!��j3j[*ar����a.t��wiaii!  . a |   ' -,   " -   *r. ���'  1-i.n- -i-.-n  VOL  ATLINYB. C.-rSATURDAVr-OCTOBER ,<+  ���rqo:  NO.  168.  The Canadian, Bank of Commerce.  1 - ' ;  CAPITAL'.PAID t.UP, $8,000,000.  Branches'of the Bank at Seattle, --.',-"' ,���(���,* .  - ' ' *- ' San Francisco, .-._*'  '-       '       ,     , , , Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on'all-Points, b  Goi.u Dust, Pdrchasi-.d���Assay Okeick in Connection. v .  J. S. MUNRt)', Manager.  * it f   �� -,  35 lbs.'GOLD-DUST  1    j     .       "   ,     ,        '  For, One Week's Sluicing  ��- ���   '' Oh Boulder.'  A New- Yorker's Visit.  TIIE ROYAL MOTEL,  �� ���' ' ;  ,    * '    ,  .' -    E.  ROSSELLI,  Proprietor.   '���_  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B.C.  }:i  y)-i ���  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.,/  ClWUCSr WINES, LIQUORS AND. CIGARS IASE GOODS A SPtUALIY.  LOUIS   SQHLILZr',  Wholesale   and    'Retail-   Butcher  FIRST   STREET, ; ATLIlsCy5?.',C.     ,  A if v ' * - -* >,    *-,  i'-' ..,r  Agents for: . * . . ������          '���-.���.,.���  ���>,< THE   STANDARD   OIL^CO., ./   ���  ���     -'.'.-  '?' THE^CUDAHY   PACKING   CO.,'     * "/  '���   '   y       CHASJ3 :'& {SANBORN/ TSeal Coffee). '     .  "   '" ROSI<f OF " KLENvSBURC'   BUTTER.'"''"'1"'  Wholesale"   &~   Retail "'  "; "" "  The ROSS S1SCi<S!NS Co.,  1 ' '  We solicit your Mail Orders.  SKAGWAY, Alaska  Societe Miniere Still Sluicing1 and  Returns Improving Steadily-  More Prospecting* Work. ���������  1 -  T;Tliis week- the -Societe.,Miniere  hi ought down 400 ozs. of gold, the  result of one* week's run. . ���-* a.  Mr. Malum iufoims" us that he  will continue sluicing for t��vo weeks  longciy the frost not being so'severe  *������" 1. ^        1 *3  as expVcted. The Company will  then start work putting in >a new  fltinie; and-four-foot sluice box.  This season the Societe Miniere  has added considerable property to  their already valuable group ot  please.; and drifting wcrk^wilf, commence' as-soon a's't'lie'frost'interferes  with the present sluicing,pperations"  r'Kx tensive piospecting work will  be-'done this ".'inter on the' com-  pauy's'lower leases 'near-Surprise  Lake; this'ground'is'considered to  be veiy rich'and r the' management  intend directing their special attention to it in the future. "     - -  -      .  McKee. Creek:  Pioneer Bakery and Restaur am.  SPECIALTIES  IN ..  "   FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  'Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc. "  ��� _ Chas.  Mykr, Proprietor.  Goo.l Itooms to Kent���By the Dm, Weelt or Month ut reasonable rates. 1,  JIMMY REGAN-.--,  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,   ..-  .Men'*  Unit Soles imil Shoe Nnili   ��� Henry Dinton & Son's Sunn. Window-,, Doors,  (Jlass and I'utte.v, etc., etc.       ,  BOOM BANG��� BOOM I ��� Dynamite,'  Cap*!and   Fu*a.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Bought   Sold   and   Exchanged.  THE    WHITE    PASS    &    YUKON  ROUTE.  Passenger and Express Service, Daily (except 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, ancl at Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin every Monday aiKl Thursday.  Telegraph Service to Skagway.    Express matter  will  be received  for shipment to and from all points iu Canada and the United States.  ���  For information relative lo Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  Rates apply lo any Agent of the Company or to �����  J. F. Ltttt, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Lii'SCOMBK, Local Agent, Atlin, B.C. ���   ,  :ii$$eii.  Choice Wines,' Liquors and Cigars.  1$ Tree,  R. Ii. .Dixon, Proprietor.  Genaca, Roynanye^ Rant and  Jones w ere working on the Old England Cieek lease 40 above Discovery  on McKee this season, and owing  to depth of ground were iate in  reaching 'bedrock. Once there  amazingly iich pay was found, and  150 ozs. was cleaned up in 4 boxes,  four"men working 20 days/ The  largest nugget weighs 14 ozs.  There were many others from 5 lo  6 ozs. The total clean-up was over  .200 ozs. -,-,-���.  Henry Sloffleron 27 and 2S above  took out some 150 ozs.  Jack Roynayne and Walter Ait-  ken woi king 011*21 22 above, averaged over-$30 per day and are-well  satisfied with the,result.  , The Atlin Mining Co. are takiug  out a large quantity of gold; we  hope to be able to publish the result of clean-up "next "week.  ' Me-jsrs. Fletcher .Hainshaw and  James P. Kinyon', the former a well  known �� Atlin   mining- man 'with -  headquaiters in NewA"ork,��aiid the  .latter a New York State  business ,  man who has  achieved  succees,in  mercantile life,  left" this week  fcr.  the   east   after ".investigating,  the  Allin camps,, particularly   McKee"  creek,- where   Mr. jHamshaw   ha*.,  valuable placer holdings.  ' Mr.   Kinyon,   before   departure, .-  ga\e his impression of lhe camp to  TIIK CLAIM.1--" -  _ ' ' - \    '  ' 'There is plenty? of gold  here,"  , I1* *    "��    *" ' ���* v  he said,0 '.'it makes an eastern man's. \  eyes glisten to look at  Uie big yel-,,  low nuggets and the'greiit quantities  of small gold that are" being  taken  out of-Atlin-mines* this-."wee!*:.  - I am greatly impressed with the  promising prospects of this district .  .   All' it requires is good  business  men and sufficient capital to  deve- ,  lop the camp. -  It'is sure to become-  a great gold producing camp.       v   -.  As to the climate"it'is wonderful.,  . 'I'liave been  much  benefitted in ���  health eveh'by my short, stay/    ���-���,'_  The t-fip<ilias'been a- delightlui.  one, and I-have enjoyed every hour  ofiit, ^I^have- in��t,juany -.pleasant  gentlemen, and seeif some interest- .  ingmming properties. It-is quite  possible that I will return to Atliu -  next spring.--' ' -        ���'   "���"'"' C  -  Coainty Court.  i  Oraham Creek.  The output-of Graham Creek for  this year was only 50 or.s., still ��� for  the amount of work done this was  very satisfactory, only three men  on tlve creek. There is every reason to believe that the deep diggings  lofiver dowh are rich and it is now  only a matteiy of- time when the  ground will ��� he fully prospected and  developed.1 1.'.-.  Each year those who- worked on  the shallow ground, averaged from  $4.00 to #7.00 per day to the man,  yet this creek seems to be overlook.  ed bv our miners.        ��� ,  The second, sitting of the County  Court this season opened on M011-  da5' last. Judge Henderson <m the  Bench. There was rather an imposing docket ready for his Honor,  but it is pleasing to note that actions involving the -lights of mining  property are conspicuous from their -  absence, and, as will ibe seen from  the following list,' the majority of  cases are those-of liens. The most  important case involving mining  ground is thai of, Kent, et al, vs  Howard and Brunei"; in connection  with claims on Gold Run. The evidence iu the action was taken during the previous .silling r of the  County Court, and fully reported in  these colimin-s. The arguments of  Council pro and con, were heard ow  Wednesday. Decision will be giv-  before the Court rises.  Han-dkc, McLeod and Mitchell  vs. Russell et a?., Lien. Palmer vs.  Brown. Kent et al, vs. Howard.  Plumbe, vs. Jackson, Kirkland, .  vs. Brown. Regan, vs, Harrigan.  Kirklaud, vs. Foliay. McMillan  vs. Atlin Lake Co. Canadian Bank  of Commerce, vs.' Atlin Lake Co.  W. Morrison, Richards, Allen Morrison and Harding, vs. A. I,. -Co.  .Tettinger and Studdy. vs. A. L. Ca  Meyer, vs. ' Nichol. Smith, vs.  Olive. Cook vs. RulTuer. Sawers vs.  Sinclair et at. ���' Mahrer, vs.- Hinrfi-  clffe. Wheelock and McCIosfcy, .  vs. Fraser.  i    n*_.   fi  1 ,    <%ii  '51  -:-n  11  b }>\  :- m  ��� 1. .- /''.  t '.l,t>  ���1 J  my{  h "v  VA  JL  Ih, 5  If   '  '   1'  Il    l  IC--)  I-?' ;  I- -f  ?.  ���-A  ATXiN,   B.   C,    SATURDAY," OCTOBER 4."- ��90Jf.  The Atlin Claim.  l'uliiislii'.l    ewry    Siilurilav   iiu--riuiiij' hv  'Em*. An.iN Claim  Pijiilibhuku Co.  A. C. Iliu��i,iiri:ijD, Kni'ioKiinil  I'lioviuivrou.  Olhroof piililiun^iiiu Pen11 S'., A tIllicit. C.  Adw-ulUtnt*: Kuti-s: Sl.dii ucv iucb,. each  iiisuri-iou. Hi'iuiin.^ milici1*...2."> coutv a line.  Spcriul Csinti-in't Uuti's on iipplirinton.  Tho suhsui iptiou lu-ice iv *s."i n yoai* puy-  nlilo iu ailvaiu-f. So |) ippr *.*, il!>lio ili'livureil  unleiis tl-i-.i-Unilitioii is t-uiuplied with.  Saturday, Octohkr 4,    iob;  THE  CLAIM.  A deal was.closed on Monday of  this week between A. C Hirschfeld, former-editor and proprietor of  the Atjli.v Claim, and. C. " M.  H-ys-keL-k owi-ier of the Bmliuglou  (Ia.) Daily ��� Journal, by which the  last named-gentleman becomes- the  proprietor o-fTnis Ci,a.km.  Thu Claim has- for the last two  years been published by, Mr.-  Hirschfeld who,. iu now retiring  Irom .the- newspaper business,, has  110 intention of leaving the camp,  in the future o? -which* he bas the  greatest'-faithb - His-' mining- interests and other business enterpi ises  claim,his entire time, and he ex-,  pects to-devote his undivided attention to- the same. He will remain  with the paper until the first ol"  November, tosettfe up* his affairs  'in connection, with.'it. The new  owner's representative, Mr. \Y. H.  Delk, will' arrive1 in. Atlin two  weeks hence, to take-up- his duties  as manager of the- paper until next  spring," when MrbHyskekl will return to Atlin and take personal  charge of .the paper..  With   the   coming   of   tlie first  Mr.S . G. Waterlow,'" of Phoenix.  1  .-Mayor Rurnberger,. of Phoenix,  in proposing the'heallh of Mr.. Wa-  -lerlowk thech airman, spoke of the  great interest Mr-. Waterlow and  his friends- had taken in this country. He stated that vvhea he, as  uiayoi "of Phoenix, jh'ad tried to get  Lhe British  editors, t��  come  heie,  t    r  had wired that there was/ more ore  1   -  produced in the Boundiy than in  all the other camps iu British Columbia put'together, he'did 'not  think thai the editois would* feel  that'he"had unstated the case. '  Mr. Watei low��� in lespo-dtng,  stated how pleased lie was- to' 'meet  the editors "and the people of ''Phoenix and dist'iiet. 'He' afeo -said ��� he  ihiid done-his best, both in London,  where'he met tlie premies of British  ���Columbia,.and in Vktoria, with.the  .other iui��isters, t�� impress- upon  them the, importance of: repealing  the'two ner cent ore sax. -r-Atiyr  taxation these might be should be  levied upon tiie profits and n$t upon the industry stself.b,'  'sxragae-  ruse  Atlin,  Nugget  And All Kinds a�� Jewellery Manufactured dn^ the;Prcn-*ises,  , '��� jJjW" 'Why send out'when you'clu s^ct good's as cli-eap lieic?,  Watches Front $5 up-   FSjiq LUnsi of Stdzsvetrslt*''Spoons.  * JULES- EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Wtfrfriraters.  _   . IF   YOU   WANT   .  I rif o rim iii ioni  CONCKUNING '  ' MINES k MINING PROPERTY  .' In the Atlin District  ���,    ... w��it].;..t6 .- y,  A. C. Hirschfeld  Real   Esta'te   and''Mining  Broker,  '. >  ���^UEEN OF BEtfilUM  Dies Suddenly ..While . Dining  -  At Spa-  Queen Marie , Henrietta* t of the  'Belgians,, died suddemly whilst dining on the 2otLu of September.  None-of the luemibers of her family  were present at the linse. King  Leopold who was at Bagneres de  ���Luchon on his way to the Spa, was  CbeEeten  , Finest Winesr Liquors-aiid  iFurnisked Rooms by the Day,'"c --  y        ��� '    ���    - * Week -or-Mon tk  , ��� " 1      t  1 THE    KOOTENAY'-Hat EL-  i  George E. Mayes, Proprietor  COS.. FlRS'Jfc'ANK  TliAINOR   S'fREKTS.  '' IhM Fitast Clnaft Uutel has heen i-emo-leleil anil i pfurmalietl tlivi-ujrlioiit  a*mL off eat the-best ut-coiiimoilutiwii.to TriiiiMuut or IVrniuiiuut    ";,,   "  Gaeslki-^��� Aju���>iiiciiii"iiiul liiiuopeuii plun. -   ,  FShmst Wimos, LittMiors aeittiGSgars.  I , Billiards, and. .PSql.".   ,    \,  immediatelv telegradhed for and iu  boat next spring ibis the- intention :tur.ied Qn t'he  2I&L  ��f theMiew owner  to bring  in  an  ap-lo-da".e   machinery  pkint "that  wil! enable 'him- to. give- to Atlin  disliicl a newspaper that will lank  with the leading weeklies- of the  northwest, and give practical proof  of the growth and advancement of  the Atlin district. "]*���'..  Mr,.. Hirschfeld in retiring extends sinceae thanks to his many  paLrous- and friends for tlieir unvarying support and appreciation of  his efforts as a. publisher toadvance  the.inlerestS'of the Atlin camp, and  he trusts that this appreciation and  support���so necessary to the upbuilding of Atlin and its pioneer  newspaper���will continue undiminished to the new management of  TiUv Claim. ���        ,.,.*,  , Queen ' Mane 'Henriette,. before  her marriage toLeopoldiu 1853 was  an Austuian AEch-Dufihess.  vShe was the.-mother of Princess  jLouise,. of Saxe Coburg*: Princess  ���Stephanie and tkePiri.n.cess.Clemen-  Jtinev Having no sou tlie throne  now occupied by Leepoid 11 will be  succeeded to by her nephew,. Prince  Albeit. ���  -  The Cottage City.  THJgbOOl^pt ;HOUSE,  1   '      -' ** DISCOVkRYT B.C."    " '"  ~     ": -  CwoCoftahly Fupwfshed Rooms���By tlie Day, Week or Month.  il*he Best��f Li^Uffr* and Cigars_aj"ways ��11 ySteck.  ' '    Miec6i��ii with the House.  Fine'stable iu con:'*  AMERICAN    AND  EUROPEAN"   PLAN.  0..-W. .Iohnsti.n: ">l��Mi��-ior.  THE ��RAN��  w-  AN OPPORTUNITY LOST.  By failing to induce the parly of  British newspaper men who are  now touring lhe northwest to. come  to- Atlin the Board of Trade has  Lost a rare opportunity lo get .name  The Cottage City was fSoated off  ,the point where she struck, and  lowedt to Steamdoat ChaitineL  She will probaWy Leave-this week  for Seattle,, a-ncl Engineer Lacy  'thinks he can- take her there under  her own stean*.'  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL' IN -THE'-NOR'UlE. * F-YER:VT! I rNf-  CONDUCTED ZN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER. ���-���--'.-.   v"i  Iawa Men Here.  Fmonck% ���* Restaurant in  Connection.  Davijd> I-Iastik,   Proprietor'.  .   .Corner .of First "and Discovery Streets.  The kst   boat   out   carri'eci  two  . Iowans���  Messrs.   W. \\r.   Paisons,.  of the best  advertising the  camp  President  of tha  Business   Men's  Club of Buulitiglon, Iowa,  and C.  could have,, and. the newspaper tourists missed the cluuice of their lives  to. visit the  best mining district in  Canada. The newspaper, party, consisting of E. G.. Le  LeSage��� London Daily Telegraph; James Proud-  foot; Glasgow Daily  Herald; James  Lumsden,. Leeds   Mecufy;. G.   M.  Howe, Highland News, Inverness;  ai rived   at   Pnoeiiix,.   B.   C.,. last  Thursday, and inspected the mines  there.   They  were   welcomed   by j  Uie mayor and prominent  citizens,  and were shown through the mines  and banqueted iu the eveniug,   by  p'orc  M. Hyiikell, editor of tha: Daily  JoinmaL of the same city,, boih .ol  whom were captivated with Atlin  camp during their week'ls visit in  the district. Both g-entLeiueu navel  made investments here, and will re-  burn early next spring. i\4eaji while  during the wiutt-r moi.ths Iowa  people wiliheai fa.vorabk irnpfess-  ionsfroin them <d Atlih"a rich le-  sourcosuml its proowsing future.  To a claim reporter Mr. Parsons  said : " I have been pleasantly sur-  Cniitiuued on fourtr im-ji-.  Call and get Prices at  %j  &  **  v 41 I &i^*V&^��&3^^  ^^^��-3&S*S  ATLIN, B: C, SATURDAY,,OCTOBER A,    190:  , can   give   You0,*, as Good Yaiue for your CASH' asr QrOCefleS? PrOViSlOtlS, -etc.  *.    -  any- House in.' Town.  , Try   us   with   it  and  see.  (riant   Powder ,on  'Hand.  3. J\,Jraser *i* Co.  -.-SALE OL'-LANDS  UNPAID TAXES'IN THE ATLIN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT,,  1'UOVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA:  1 "1  y  if'vREBY GIVE NOTICE   tha', on'Thuisday the thirtieth   day of October. A. D. 1902, at the hoiii of  ten o'clock in the foienoop, at the Com l House, Allin, T shall sell at public -ntcLion the lauds   01 inter  ests in'said lands in the list, hereinaftei set out, foi the taxes remaining unpaid by said peisons on the thnty  fust day of December, A. D. 1901, aud-lbr the costs and expenses of f said sale"    - .v ~   - v  '  .  -       ".   v'  s  Unpnid Tuxes nt 3Ut.  "2  .  ��� -,)  noconilnT,r1931  a  Ul  1  '  ,    r - ���   ..  < ,   ���  -     l   1 .V." i  -  ts"  "  Nlllilc of Pel son.  ,              1        -.                 .          *                         .  '         " ���               1  .       '  1   -J  ,    -            SI1011 lltlUUI ipliou III I.i��nil. ���  ���  roperti  .-* r"-" z  1    'bS  - ' 1 �� ��  0)  .   01  -  ���  VI  C/l  '���  5=          C  CJ  - ���  1    .    .      -.    '    v     / '     '    '-  -I        J  ���.in  ' W  C. P. OS. Co,  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  i-i,   fie.  The   following  sailings  are  announced  for  the month of July ���  Leaving .Skagway at 6 p.m.," or'on'  ai rival of train:1        r,    , i  Princess May  Oct.  Amur  A it ken, Sitliie>    . . .  Alvm Mrs,   Cuttui  All->n nml   Cn in ii In-II  Vi I-tsoii. Jiinm-  \.' ���' vini.,(,  1,  V'.ll-lls,   J    (j     ���    ,       .,     -.  i^iliu  Biewi i^_Coiiipiin>  '.lliu Ti'lepliDliii Company  ti i .la, l-iud  I  ium, Mm. l��' .  i"   il-i'��, I. M   - .    ..  BOLT,   I      '1  Besitiei I. ilte.ni..  tflondyUe Nuv Co.  Bloomfield and Sands . .   .  Biayer, G. H. and Robinson, L. I) .  British American Corporation, Ld.  Browulee, A. G, -. .. .  Broiwilee, A. G.nnd Houghton, Alice  \  Uucliler, Robei t .. .  ���- Bmke, A, ...  Cumphell, D. K.  Canceller, II.  CaneVi'. W. -  Cnrtier, "ills. L.   . -  .     '      .  Cuiej. ij. G. ,*.      . .'  Cuioe, W   Chirk, W. A.  Davys, H.J. .    *  Doelker, C. . . ,.  *--  Dunn ami Co, Ltd. Thos.  Dune, J. D,  Ehnshe, A.  Far far,  Beit  Gatre, J,' L.  Gel on and Co. ..       . .  Guitzborger, Mm. R- -  Goodwin, Frank         Gregory, Thomas .   .  _Guiot, vjiuliiin   E.       .      .    .   '  "^GiHuiiug and Arthur  Gold House Puitnerahip  Hull, J, ....  ,   Hugtfaid. Honker anil Stintey '  Hanson, P  Hattou, Hcnspeckeraud Uieo  Hume Hi os.  Ireland, \V. IL       i  Johnston. O. W.  ^Kuoliiiliii^ nml Wento  Lttii^l"),   Uultnr . . *  Uo, Paul  Littlf, Llilloid   "  Luiidbiuv, L. F.  Martin, J. S -   Menzie-,, Duvul       . ���    ���. ���-��� -,  Moiui ami  Blank.  .McCruucv William -        ���*        McKay, H. I>.  ^McDonald, A. It.   MoLeod and Sullivan .    .  McNeil, J. A     Merchants Bunk of Halifax    7.  Nathiiiisou, W-J.       ......... ���  fieiiiis, JO,.*    -   Nicoli And Vicari     ���      --      -  ������  Olaeu, LA ��� -���������  OirllTle, D,P   Olive, Sarah   _Fatton, D. H                ��*^ Portland Hotel Co.  Proulx, h.J.   .  Kant, N. W. F.  .  Keii'ii.'L.''��.'".'.!.  Itipsteiii, Juctil)  Kubertsou1 A.K.  Rose, J.  H   aabin und Mcliiuen      Scott, ��. K   _^81iaw  BroH -   Smith. J. L -....:   Sinythe, S. A -������  -lp<iiu:er, W. A     iiteele. J. McC   Stein, A   dtf-lly, GaorKe    Stool, II, M. and  UllHuiit, I.no  Smith, MIhs Mabel    Thonmou, M. F '.   _��. Turner and Co   '      Taiidervlllo M. L   Van Diiboii  H. R.' -��� ���������   Vletorln Yukon TnulinU' < <>��� ������  WroiiK; Mm. Laura J   Walker, G. C   Wastio, Thomas    Wiiitabrenner, CIiuh ���   .   AVoltero, John  -   ia)   Whitney and P<*dlar  -   ��*   YounKculut, y. J. "���   Zuoco,  Anton    / '  -.  _.Scgtembcr 3f>th.  1902.  Lot  20  iu  ii  lilouk  Atlin  11  y  10  10  Hiiililnitr,      ])iseo>cry ,r�� -* - -  Lot   17   Block   21 Atlin  lliiilditic Ice House uud Phint Atlin   . '  '  Telephone   Line       -       -       -        ,,  Lot   9' Block   14    !       Atliu  ���   13       .,        24 ���      .   .  ���   14       ,, 4 .,    -��� "      --  ,    11       ��� 7  ���     1       ��� 8  ���     8       ��� S  Lots 17 and 18 Block  I  ���     1   to   2I5'-B1U   IB.X'Ots, 17 to ��) Hlk. .11")  ,;     1   to   12     ���   - 8li,   '���    . .Ito'G    ,,'"    I  ���     3   to "7     ��� 3,    ���     18 to 2")     -",'    29  ���   b6   to   7S     ���       39,    Warelioiise..(llHccii,  Whaif etc. at Beiinet -       :  Building-and Stock, Discovqrj *���  Lot   18   Block   2S   -     Atlin  Lots 1,2,"and 21   Hlk.17   ���  Lot   9      .   Block   5,      Atlin  10 Blk, 4.  21   ���     -7  Blk  Lot  f  ill  24  Atlin  Lot 17  ,!     ��  ..     9 -���  14    Block   17  ��       ��� Ifi  9       ��� 10  Buildmtr, lliscoveii  ,,    .      Bennett   -  Lot   34   Block   24 -     ",  ���   U       ��� 1&  ���    12       ������"*- "15 - *-',.---,  ^     6       ��� 25  ���    M       ��� 10    - ,.  Building, cor, Lake and Pem 1 Sts., At tin  "Atlin  Lot   4   Block   ��  .,    9      ��� 8  \,     4 '..,       .li-  ���   16      ���        10  BiiilduiR- and Stock,  Lot   9  block   11  Atliu  S  2  11  ���2  28  2  24  Building und Stock,  block  Bennett  Atlin  Disi.i>*,ei *>  Lot   1  .,   8  ::?  ��� it  21  S  1  2  24  Hotel b  mid  nur,  Lot  4  7  17  bloi  ���k  24  1   1  24  i 2  ^.  24*  -,,  10  ,,  21  Atlin  Bennett  .Atlui  and stock, Bennett  Atlin  Discovers  Atlin  ,.   11       ��� �� ���      '  ,.   18       ���        10  Biiildmcr,    Discoterj  Lot 9    block 6 and lot 8  block 18   Atliu  Buildiiiii anil utoek, Bennett  ���        and stock,   DikCO\ery  ,. Bennett  ,,        and stock,   Bonnett .    _  Teiiimts, Lot 2 block lti buililiu-j thereon  Lot la block   21      Atliu  ,', 1 u..d 2       ��� I  ,. 5 ���        18  ,.   �����       -        ,.-       ���<��� ..      ���      '.  ���  15 ., 7  ���   10 and 11 ��� .1  ���     6 ..1  Biiililnifr,   Bennett  Lot   15   block   3 Atliu  Uuildinc;,   Bonnett    Lot block Atlin    .,     9 ,    ���  ���.,'-l',-'_- , ,. .  ,,, Hi      .,,      -I! ftlid.bllilditlir  Building, - Oiftcovery ' *  - ���  Lot   1!   block   4 Atliu  .,,   10 and 11 block W     ���  Buildini;, Discovery  Atlin  ���JltO  2 W  2 4U  14 bn  1 J)  I  !!U ('i  24 00  2 41  �� 2(1  9 20  4 00  1 6i  10S 92  IS IX.  S4l'  1 21  , 2 a���  54 Off  4 Otl  I 01  sr> no  I, to  ' �� 40  11 80      fi It,' 21 ,10  -22 ").  7.-) 00  -8 71  i.  'I*  Atliu  Lot   tO   block   3  BiiikliiiK, Hounett  Lot   11    block   �� Atlin    ���   17 block 5 and lots 7 nud 8 block 17 Atlin  Lo'.h 8 und 9 block 3 nud Lot fi block 1.1     ..  Lot S   block 1  Atliu    .,   8      ���    7 and Lot 19 bloc.: 15 Atliu   Lot-i 12 und 14 block II Atliu    Lot   8   block   21  , .,      , ....:.'.   ���- 8-     ���     to r��� ���'       _     ..."   ���  n     ���     15        "���    .   *".    "......:..'.  LotH-7, 8, 8u, nml 9 bli'iek 2 Bonnett'..'. .':.'...  Lot   18   block   2-1      Atliu    .,   11        ��� 1 ���  Mill uud Plant,       Dennett    Lot   .1   Block   11 Atliu    ���   !i       .���   .1 ,.    ���   2        ���   ��� ,   11'    ..   13      ������    '   ����� ...      .; *.'.   Duildiiifr uud stock, Discovery Konil      ��� Bennett   Lot   18   blook     7 Atlin  ,:, '...'..  ���*-'',      I, *^i     ' ,, -    .     ���.;   ...... . ��� . -,- y *. . . -;  9 UC,1  4 8U  .  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"'-.*  '   .        . Nov., 3-  For further information, apply"or^  write to      --H. B. Dunn, ."Agent, . -���  ���   i Skagway,: Alaska.  Pellew-Harvey, Bryant '& Gilman ^  Provincial Assayers  lhe Vancouver Assay Office, Established 1890.  W.   WALLACE   GRIME. &   CO.,  Agents.  Lnrjre oi Sniull Samples foi'wnriled for Av.ii).  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  F! LINK (   sPiop.  rso\voecup\ then- new   quarters next  to the Bank of B. N. A.. First Street.  The bntli rooms 111 e equully.as }*ood as found  111 cities.   Piiyate Lnti mice for ladies.  G. K. IIVYEb  J  G. CoiiNKbr,.  Mget tiotel  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  1 ;  7 5o  . '3 '2o .'.'  6 4o-.-.(  2 00          21 80      24 80  5 Co  I 80  lo 7o -  fi -lo  00  9 Co  ' 8 80  IU 00 *  4 00 .  ���1 2o ..  80 ..  4 00 ,.  9 2o ,.  '  4 80 ..  2 00   .  '  3 Oo   .  9 (lo   .  Ku  ..  2 80 ,.  3 ��o ..  7 Ho ..  3 2o ..  2 80 ..  ,. 80 00..  4 00 ..  4 4o ..  2 40..  '.  4 80 ..  8 00...  2 4o ..  2 00 ..  1 00 ..  12 00    loo        3 2o    80        4 o<��    II 2o  ....    .... 4 80           2 00  ������������'            3 Oo         9 Oo    80        28o'         fi On        7 Oo ���  !       H2o          2 Ko  37 So   117 !>o         I 00        4 4o      ;      2 lo         I 80  9 5o  2 lo  2 or  I 00  1 Do  I bo  I 00  4 00  0 5o  4 00  4 00  ���I 00  i 00  ��� 4 00  9 Ho  II 00  4 00  0 5o  11 r,o  ���I III)  ���I   DO,  ���'.'4 00'  11 5<>'  ���I 00  4 00  4 00  -I 00  i 0o  4 ou  1 00  i 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  , 14,7o  lo'4o  0 00  31 3o  1(1 DO  8 00  7 2o  ���I So  8 00  18 2o  13 80  0 00  lo lo  10 lo  4 80  O80  7 Oo  ' 19 lo  - 7 2o  O80  121 Ro  8 00  8 lo  0 4o  H 80  13 5o  0 4o  0 00  8 oe  JAMES A. ERASER, Assessor and Collector.  ���   ,' ' . Atlin Assessment District,  '  . < "  ��-       i Atlin, B. ,C<  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  '       "       'IN  -     '   CONNECTION.  lleudquui teis for Brooks stago.  Pine tree fiotei  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  l'.D. Sands,, Proprietor.  J. D. D U R I E.  MATTRESS     FACTORY.  HOUSK  I-URNISHINGS,���RGUS   CARPETS AND LIN.OLEUM.  PACIFIC COAST S. S. Co.  PIONEER'ALASKA   LINE.  For B. C. and Pu'get  Sound  ��� Ports.  The  Following Elegant -Steamers  Leave Skagway:  City ok Seattle Oct.  ���City'ok Topeka Oct.  61I1.  r8th.  30th,  12th.  24th,  W.  WALLACE GRIME & Co.,  NotarioH Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  MINING BROKERS A COMMISSION AGtNTS.  Fire   4,   Acoiclent   Insurance.  AOKHTft   S-OK  PELLKW-HARVUX;.*   CO,   Assayera.  If  . fl -7Y7  Ml'  i -       - r  - vi  -A'  ATLIN.    B.   CV... SATURDAY. OCTOBER '4.^iqos.  V'y  Is s  pi  K��"  lr/  I'3  I- f  in  -H'-  '  -H'  ;i  .j-  %'!.'  'I. i  ^ i  i  ', J-  - 'I  I  i-j  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church ol  liuiditud:  '       ,  St. Mill-tin's Cliiiruli, eor. Third niiilTiahi-  tir r.ti*cet��. Sunday scrwi-es. Miitins tit 11 n.  in., Kiensoii;; 7:110 p. in." Celebration oT Holy  Communion, 1st Siiiiiln.i in each mouth nnd  ou Special occasions. Sunday School, .Siin-  da.\ at II D. in. Committee Merlin;-,-., 1st  Tliiii-.diiy in each month.  Ifev. I". L. Stephenson, Ituutor."  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church liold  M-iiioi'sii, tho Church on Second,Street.  Morninu* sorMi-p nt II oipiiiii!*; sei'\iee 7:30  Sunday School at the close ol the nioriiiiiK  seriiue. Rev. Is. Tui'kiujrton, .Minister. Free  Reiidiiiji Room, to ivhii-.li all are welcome.  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.  Sugar, 10 lbs. for $1.00.  All other Groceries,   Provisions,  'etc.,   cut  from   10  to 20 percent.  Dry  Goods,   Cloihing,   Boots   and;  Shoes at half price.���M. Foley.  Mr. Eggert, our pioneer jeweller,  show's his faith in the permanency  of Atlin by building his new. house,  which is an ornament to'First St.',  into wliich he moved yesterday.  Jules was ahvays progressive and  deserves the patronage of our citizens. . '   ���  -   r      ' 1  -Mr.. Blackett returned on Wednesday from the coast; he has a  ]arge shipment of goods on the way  in.  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  Pipes and Smoker's Ai tides at  Dockrill & BourneN.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold .'iii all the'stores in  Atlin.  Chiistie's and Fancy Biscuits at  E. L." Pillman & Co. -   -  For a good square meal go lo  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  Jimmy Regan has .a good stock  of American Shot Gnu Cartiidges  'and Sporting Goods. His prices  are always the lowest.  Muirhead is now -in*; McFeely's  store, "Atlin. He has'an extensive  display of views of this district on  exhibit.    Inspection invited.  Go to The Royal for Fresh Oys-  - er Cocktails.  Fancy Stationery at   Dockrill &  Bourne's.  , -      ]  Agen's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  Remember that the '.season is  drawing to a close. II you want  lo lake presents home don't wail  till the last'moment;, see our local,  jewellers, Jules Eggert & Son,  the}' make nugget souvenirs that  are unexcelled.  Fresh .consignment of Fancy  Groceries, at popular prices, at  IS. L. Pillman & Co.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  FOR SALE:    22cal. Rifle,   and1  12 bore .Shot Gun; at Claim Office.  1 , - -  Since last Wednesday the Scotia  will leave on Mondays and  Thursdays at 9'a.tu.,   instead of 5 p.m.''  New Drop He id Singer  Sewing Machine and Household  Furniture for aale at Hirschfeld's.  NO MAIL.  'fOwing to alwashoul on the W.  P. Y. Ry. near Bennett no through  trains have been running since two  days; the Scotia consequently arrived this morning without passengers or mail;"'  ' The line is being rapidly repaired and the delay will not be more  than for a few days.        ,   '   "   ~  WEDDING BELLS.  REGAN DUNCAN.  Mr. James Thomas Regan, of  this city, was married to Miss Duncan, of Toronto, on-the 21st. Sept.  last. The ceremony took-place^at  the Methodist parsonage,- Homer  Street, Vancouver: The . happy  couple will return to Atlin after  their honeymoon trip.  - Iowa Men Here.  Continued from page 2.  prised with the great productiveness  of the placer mines I have seen here  that are fully opened np.  The only drawback I can see.is  the lack of harmony in some quarters.  The miners on the creeks should  pull     together,    and   the   citizens  should embrace every opportunity  to push along every interest in the  camp, both individual and company  enterprises.  NOTICE.  '1 here" v ill'be oll'ereil for sale 1,} Public  Auction, on Wednesday, the 1.1th. day ol October 1902, nt 11,n. in. at the Court Mouse,  Atliu. the interest ��r Juiiios H. 1?us-,ell, Ed-  ivnril M, Suliiviin, E. Wehrfrif/ und'tli" Atlin Ui-ewiiitf Comimii} in tlio Brewer.*, pre-"  mines at Atliu uforesaid.  Terms liuiile knoun nt Sale.  ,C. W. Silvers, *     <  S illcitor'for Plaintiffs in the actum.  Dutod October 3rd, 1902. , ,  Cartilleates of Improvements.  GOLD, GOLD No. 2   AND   SYDKKY   JFK AC.  TION   Mineral   Claims,   situate   in.   tli.  Atliu Mining;  Division of   Cassiar District.!  one mile North West of Atlin City.  -PAKB Notice that I, William Beuvis I'.M.l  No, B48S8, intend 110 iluys from date heio  ,of to apply to tho Mining Recorder   for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining   Crown Giants    of the    nhow  claims.  AN ii    l-'uiiTMKU,   Tiike"uotico   that    iictiini  under Section 37 must  bo commenced hefon  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements William Bcuvis,  bated this 11th   day of September, 11)02.  STEVEN S  Single Barrel Gun  THE MOST POPULAR GUH MADE  This gun is fully up to the  quality of our rifles, which for 38  years have been STANDARD.  'It is made 1113 styles, ancl in 12,  16 and 20 gauge. Bored f or N itro  Powder and fully guaranteed. _ J  No. IOO .  No. no.  No. I20   .  -   $?.'DD' '  ...   I2.00_.  .     15.03   '  Send stamp for larRC catalogue illuitratinj;  complete line, brimful of valuable information  to sportsmen. ' -    '< ,'  J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co.  P. 0. Box' ,��� CHICOJ-EE FALLS, MASS.  C, DOELKER,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND..   .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and .home   made   Sausage.  ?���   ' First cStrket,  -Atlin.  PRICES ALWAYS   AS  LOW  AS  THE  LdWEST.  D.G'STEWART,  Post Office-Discovery. .  FOR GROCERIES AND MINERS'SUPPLIES.  Hydraulic   Mining  Machinery<  HYDRAULIC .GIANTS,   .WATER"   GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL'   RIFFLES    & '      .   ;  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Pumping &   Hoisting  Machinery.  Estimates furnished on application %        - ~ .  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  , -     Vancouver, B. C.   ^  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C  I  v 1  IMPORTANT       ANNOUNCE MENT.  Fall ancl Winter Supplies at Bed-rock Prices.  B@ tons New Fresh Goods to Arrive Next Week.  BLACKETT ���& CO.  . ���- ..#��<  .���*.��.   *,,  r'.tXi��r>**fc.  in  A

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