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Capd b Colony   and  Orange; Free State,; to take this course  ;before th^bbridge;; is  closed.yy The  yybBritjshyGpvernment caniiot:.retreat;'  yy it has;gone':].too yfaryto  turn' back.  Anythiiig, 1 ike 'a surreuderto Krtiger  ��� would:.!iie a blQwytp -;Brj tishbprestige;  ;.",v^hichwouldimperiLpeace^and safet)y  7pf ythe whpleyEnipirey-y .���No.;*bciatesi  : 7 arevyet assigned-withy ftiiiyauthbnty-'.;  yy' ;ior ^nieeting.pf Parliamehtj: aiidyy the-  ���despatch lof Sir Redyers; Buller, with  b an ���.ajrmy corps, ybut; both.'events may;  ; bsafely ba forecasted certainties "anch  yi timed for "they middle pf y Octpber f  yy; Mpney-(isy required ifor they-trauspprt.  bb<ji"men and;the:purcliase;pf supplies;  <yi a  large.bscale,yand   Parliament;  . y must be consulted before tlie reseryes;  7 7bajeycalled<put. yyTlie war office; bus;  ��� ;''-. beenyworking',- aty high    pressunb  -.without serious frictionyb yyEyenycim-y  b spribus grumblers are compelled to  '���-.��� acLniit; that the; antiquatediii.ilita.ry;  . system.: eiimesUecl witlr red-tape, b a  y-^auptytheyMinifalt^  ymentsyfo^itliey^st^fp^fetf  tgcu^tipf^nct^ppli^^^  iiirlSouthyiA^cat^aA^t^  ypreparei^inyadj^  Hjig^mTO|Mv^p7W^e|^  ynipiBi li^tio:!i7pfJ*&^&ll|5ai; mWico^ps;  ycai^bfeyworkec��^  ^er^in&|tp^3e;~Se��i;h;|^^  ^'Kicii-ynOTv;bintere5feb;im  tlrrigi'tVns'.v^r'iV-^  ^y;7iy7yb,7ScipiwLEypE;-RAT:,ES.yb;:^  byTha-following;, 'suli'ediile'rpf.rates iwasliaiicl;  ^jilya:y;Ci/AiM;' inunbliy. ;M|*bMiiiisfiehl, ;tele:  graii'hei* in;c'iargp. of 'jtlic' Atlin".'.oiulvof ythe  ]3bminionyTelegriipli "'^Sei;Wpev;.''..Cu;t^.ifcy:Voii't.  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Atlin to'Tleuuett;.......;......  .;.',;,;Si.(K) ';y>  ���:'.������:������ i'10  yiyyi'--.,'' Cariboo...;b..b..;  ;.77. ;:��� .7-5' 77-  -.'������������'���.;'-.05  '������.-,.".';;.-,���,-���    Tngish. .4........'....  ...; -b.ni)'c:  ';���;������ :..-y..,..ori  yy1* ;/.; .Miles Canyoii.....  ;'.;.;.;.. .75...;,'.  ���'���'.iK  .*-,''"���'.':'������'���- White  Morse..:.;  ...       .75  yby/yra  ���.'.'���'. yy.   Lower  Lobnrgn.  .;..     -1.00 '.;  .10  : "7  ; ���   llootaliiKtiui.;.....  .;..].25 ~y  '.���.'���:    .10  ;'7"7.7   : I'ig.Halnion.........  ..V     .1.25 ;���  ..10  ','���.'.:-';'.'      Five Fingers   ...   ; 2.(10- 7  .15  ".-.      .Solliir'k ....:......,..  ...     2.511  -   .15  ..' ':'','������'     " Solwyil:...............  ... ������: 2.nu. ;���������  .;;.l.r)  yu T7;7:Ogil\-ie~-...v.;rb;-.-:;  ���.-.���.--'-������������3;(MI  '- .15  ... .'���;'.;��� ,",. Pawson ;....   ;.b   3.O0 '���������  ������';-,���':��� .in  Fi'oin Skagway'iidil.'....;.:;:.  .',.        '.!���'>���  ���...:"���   .05  ':vvhei?ythi.syoTCT*;rs,yyty;vyill^  '1 i 1 n i if- the riui i is gpi 11 g- i ii't p a ii rl co rii iu'g-bo ii bo f  ;tli^XiikpiVanS;"Atliii,ilis^;ibt;s tojetteivoiily*;  ,: a pi'i eeyis' iiei-'e by.' gi y eii.'t ii a t.': the!i)pst(pffi (*i;il eb  ':"pai!t'nie'nt7cai��n'p't^  :in4ilvtp;bi*Jfroiii.theydisti*ietsyiiiA;in  -aiiyyinattsrypOierythuii;.^^^  fppsted^bpiit^liadate'ineiitiimei^^^^  ,ybi.W;heii pnceyi'iyeiyaiuiy.la1-;Cjin^'i^itipii;;i;n;  :the ilistrict-inientioyietl/h  "the'wi liter j' 'till "matter.'otliei^  blresspiLtlieretpyoib^pst^iy^hereniv;,^  U'eateciyasyiiiiij-traiisii.ii'-siljleryb^  .tlie'T-ppe'iiiiig ,yrif v.na.vig-atipn'y'Uiie.y  ''wiiibli'; wili;be'giveii'to tlii*- publiebby.v^iyyyyb  ;'bvItv7isbtiie'refpi'e;;;vrreeo;m  mailable mattei'^^ bther;tliau;iettcr;s:b,R;ppsted'  -hiibtraiisniissibiiytp pr^froiurtlie'ilistrictsiii;  yc'lU'e's'ti.biirtluVi'n'git-lie timijytliUtyiiayigatipii'-is;  ^liltewiiSe';tp'h'e''clpsa!li"-:^b"v^  * 7Tlie'fbregbiiigbm  inaiiiingiii'this district are to .beyileiiieiltlie  .tie wspiiper..,nisiii'service iliu'iu'-fiitl'i'tj.'cbiuiii*^'.  winter.'Th'ere is uoyreasoii why this ^should  be; the'.;;:ca'se: ',;.-Tliey distance   betw-eeibLrig  -.Cubiii and here:is but'...15 milesiiurl'tlie inldi-  tibiinl expense pf.briiigiiig;iii,a sack br.two  of papers v.-piild lie ainerebagatelle iii eon-;  siiierutioii of? the iieiiefits it.woulii hristow.  Tiie I'i'e.rifile.-'of Atliii and Pine should/immediately: forward  ii   petition   to ;Ottnwa   to  -have thisbrileiviimeiideil.. ,y,... -���'  iii 85  .7 Captain breyliis hasytidiiresseil t he 'follow*-'  iug-iiote to 'tlip':Fi*eiich;pepple.: '"The goverii-  nieiit bfthe'repuljlibliiisgiveu me iii,v liberty.  J^it'-lilierfy isiiothing t.rjnie without, honor.  From tbilay.T sii'iiU'.coiiti'iiue to suelc'i'bpara-;'.  tioii for tl.ief rightfuljudicial "error of which  Lremain tho yietinib ibvisli France;'lo know  l��yb":��T'eilijite; jiiilijuieiit. ;tbat I���. uni iiiiioceut.  Myheart will oiilybe at i-est w'lien there re-  iiiiiiusiio.tii single Frenchmaii who "inipiites  to nie the ahi/niiuublo criirie perpetrated  by  aiiotiicr."-' .,���_'_-..;-..'". ���'-. '���:.7,''���;���.''.,���...'���'':���. 'y;y  The titteiuiit ti, hold a, pro-Hour,.'iinti-wiir  ilcinbiistratipu in Lpiiiloii.Si-pt. ilthirosult-  eitin a drastic failure/, ; 7 .7 bib. 7 ,;  ; Tlie Aiiieiiciiii. giiiibotit, attached t;<, the  tiipsiiiiitb licet, ivhiehylias been patrolling  tlie shore iin nrirtli.NlaTiilliiybiiy, lias:fallen:  .ilito*;l?iUi)iiii)..lm.uil's.;;.     7   ������,;'..���.......-.',  ' .  ,.,.;.. y   QUroivTrME..   ; ; ���...  .Tiilkiug about, going roiiiul the ivorli  days, us .1 tiles Vernes used to say, isn't in it  w-ithtlieway iii wliich iiews 'travels north  since7 the   eiirtluiiiiiUe aiiil tel(!fcjrapli were  introilueeiiyyiiiti/y,,. Atlin.;  A';-.message  from" Fredericton, N. R..'.'on Saturday. Oct.  7,'������ liniioiiiieiiig I ho deathyof G. Linden Folic.'-'  ty, was; received hertvTui'siliiy evenimr, Oct.J  lOtli. Tliis isiiiiiek time, anil .doubtless duo  to tli'e"eii'oi-ts,pf sonieC. P-R. ofliciiils Avhri  Were in Atliu iiot so very Ion;;iigo. ��� Evidently very little tiiiie vhis lost; in I'lucing the  message on the .boat, and speaks well fpr  ;that.;cpmpati.y.,' ,; 7-. .;;-:::: '���:���,''  ���';���      , ���.���':  b;yTlwbleath"'rbf.?.\likViPbiiye'r^  'atyyictoi*iayis;aiiii.puiic^L;yH^wus;S!indb  ���igeil;whiieyoiiyiii*3y\yayy;hoinS;puyaySa^  biight/iitirl ilietiytKeyfolliiUyingyd^  i n j ii i* i esrecei yb('.bb"yyby ;b j;b H. yy ."bybbyybbbS  yy^;yblbyb^;ft^iNy^  y''.;AiGL^iM;':niiiibfl**;bi>ijedyiiitp^  'lipteltlii^iiiofiijngyaiiiy  yn-heiiyheysawytl'eygeiiia!:: |)rbpi*ietr)i*yMryyL.y  iiiirke, sliiiiiingb^aiiriswithliiiiiself anil liiimy.;  ymTiigyyi'm t!ie;'Fatiiei*rof ;a{i;Bpuimiiigi!rlib>'."7,  yTiie;;faet7V7is;;Mrs/.Biii'ke;iiarl presentgd;lier.y  yiiusbauciywitii'-aybrighib heal thy, bab'y-ibby.y'of.;;  'Uijlp'buiiilsbiilptiieioi^  ���j'jvel L;r T li i s; i s th a s eepiid; boy' bp r 1 r i 11; A11 h 1 :��� 777  byy:-y;bbb y-yyopLbysa^  yyTivibsliiiuiiiuitsybi>:g,old wpi*erseiit,biit tiusy  Hibriiingb.'-'One was.frpm.'tlieyTiiiiil*;-.of Co 111-  'uiereeyaiid' the; other:theMerehhnts^f Hiili- :  ytaxj yBptb^b t^SiiattiabvIii ytiie yicinity-  ;S2nO,(H)();w;is the figin-ey iy.. ';. 7',' :b bb.���:  of  yyyy  by;b;;,7'yyyy-;bGOL��yitoYA'LTv..y;byb;yy  b From the 1st of Octoliei,..ti),.tlie. 13tli; royalty  was naid pii i), 171 pzs. of,gold. The total for  tlie present season to'iliite is.23,708 ozs..:.-y.: ,7  At ii nieeting of the Loyal Legion, halil at 7  Doliiionico's on the ItliV'Ailinirnl"Scliliy, tlie  hero of Siuitiago, was installed as coinman-  iier. ."yy y:.y"--'' .'by^ -.^.yy;y":1''b,.;.:.';y 7-,.-." ���  The ��� tiwaial    of b the b7Aiiglp-Yeueztielaii;:  boundary anbitrutioii  commission  was ile-  livereii Oct. il.   TJie,decision was uiiaiiiinoiis.  It.lis cpnsidereil  in tho iiatiu'C of a eoiiipro-  i mise. 77   -:; ���. y-yy-y-y .���:.'. .:- ���' "',..���'.,..  ������V':-.;..  b   jft isiiniiouiieed tluit'tlie SG. P: R. linperiiil .  I Liiniteil train, which.is now nialuiig the run y  ' from' Vaiiibiiyer to Mbiitreal in four iliiys,;is  '..'to bediscbiitiinieildiiriiigthe'.winterinoiitlis.  j yCuiiada'sbPoveriibr-Gmieralbithe  Eiirl .of  I'.-Miu'to and Laily:,>!intpb,wereytlie guests of  j Gov. ;Rooseve)t ytliiriiig; the  international;  icht races..;.7 ,.   .. 7.;.;.;.7,;r-;;..TV,..7y7:.���,..-...:..,��� :'������������ y.  .lames Sutlierlaud, the chief whip of tiie  | Lib.crarpurty, has been sworn in asii inein-  bVjr of the Liberal"cabiiie't withp'ut purtfoliiu  I     The owuers of the steanieiMumlxildt are  j preparing tri  put  another  fust  steamer on  [the nortlieriirbtite next spring.; b';  I     AH tiie inaeliiiiists oii the main'.Hue of The  l-.C. P. R.iietween Fort William anil .Vanco"-  ;.;; b y bTI-U*;- HUILDINGynOOJL   7       77-yj  .STiiecold' sii'iip'-qf the past 111 days  has: hail I  tlie   etfect  of  nutkiii'f tbi.ii^s.liveJ.v'.in  tlie I  buiiil in*?' line, u nil "������in;., many   instances*  the  iiliiniiei* of worlimeii on the buildings under  construction have been greatly increased.    ;l  The first of- the long list to.' ueur- completion is the house,of Thus. ]>iiiiii..oc'. Co.   Alex.  Goilfrcy has hail one feature in view tlint. is  ii prime eousiileratibn iiitheiiortii. and tlint... ,  "'.��� . > .,     i    -ii-   ' ���'������ r ,..;,��. f,',r     ver wont on strike on .October-I  is tlieheatiiig oF the ..building.    Large tiir-|   *-  iiaees have   been   placed   in   tin;   basement j.    fn tliR  first: lacrosse at   \\ estininster lie-  iiiid aeompletebietworli-or piping eirclcsthc 1 tween the Toronto and  Westminster teams  front, aiid rear of, this now attractive biwise.���'. the latter woii by 11 score    " ���   To thiMiortliof this, Fortim &  Le (Jiippel- , two.  b     '7  if seven, games t�� ' i ,"i  /-rl  '!*"  , * ,-i  -jit i  "/Ti  <i��f  ���y\  3 >  Ii  r *J'  r  "*  I -1**  I ' 1.1  I- bb  hi'-i i  r;t;  Vv  V-  ���ir i  ��� t  !   I  i.  *   I  ft'}  II  i  i !:  ATLIN,    fi. C,   SATURDAY. ' OCTOBER    ny.Xy).  The  i  I'ublisheil      fiery  Auik   Claim.  Sutiirrlay    morning   by  The ATr.i.s Claim   Puiii.i.SiUin-j Co.  Olliei* of puliliciition:  ���   Corner of Secon 1 und Tr-iinor Streets.  Ailsertiiing  rati", made known on iipplieu-  tiiui. ,i  Our Mili>wi'i]-tion price is *?t n year, payable iu uihuncc. No paper will lie delivered  unless these conditions are complied wil li^J  THE GREAT NORTH,  | Yukon & White Pass Railway Will  I Assist Development.  i  The Vancouver Board  of Trade  recently held a  special   meeting lo  consider a proposal   from   an English company  for  a fast steamship  service between that city and Skag-  , way.    It' is  proposed to put on a  17-knot vessel of all modern points  of construction.    The  aroused  interest  shows that the business men  of Vancouver have at last awakened  from their long sleep  and  are preparing to reach out for some' of the  trade   of 'the    returning    fortune--.,  hunters.    At present Vancouver is  well served in the mailer of service  from Vancouver to Skagway.    It is,  on th.: return trip where the former  city   gets   'the   worst   of it.    The  -American boats call on the way up  they   do  not  on the return.    The  result  is   that   large   numbers   'of  miners are carried past Vancouver's  doors   and   landed   in  Seattle, the  merchants of that city reaping the  benefit. ,    ,,  roeenes.  The   following is the correct ver  sion of the words spoken   by  Ad  miral" Dewey -to Admiral Von Die  derich's lieutenant'on the  deck  of  the   Olympia on that historical day  before    Manila.    , He   must   have  meant the British when he used the  plural   " 'we' are ready to fight the  world":  "What is it you want? Do you  want war?- You know what that'  means. If you do, you can have it  in five minutes. We are peaceable  pecple, but we have got into a fight  li'wv, and we are ready to go on.  If necessary we are ready to fight  the world. You may tell Admiral  von Diederichs that I am bfockading  this bay, and I shall take such steps  as are the right and the dutv pf lhe  blockading officer."  Mr. E. C. Hawkins, of the White  "O A "R^01V^'  Pass & Yukon Railway,  in an in-  ���*   -��"���*- ^'^V/l* KJ  terview with the editor of the Seattle '  1  Mining Record a few days since, '  gave oui some mining news of interest.    He said:  "This is a wonderful country in  eveiy way. ' Take the whole Pacific coast section, and on up to the  heart of the Alaskan country, it is  all rich in mineral. Not only is  this true of auriferous ground, but i  in quartz. I expect the first 'shipment of-puartz. over our road in a  short .time from the While Moose  mine, on Taku-lake. This is largely a eppper'properly in which I am  heavily interested, and it is showing up well.     '      4   .  "Yen may, say upon my authority that the White Pass .railway will  iu all ways possible * foster the development of mining in the north,  and that we will make a'large reduction pu pre shipments. We will  haul pre from Bennett to Skagway  at one-sixth our regular rate, 'making it $ro per ton in carload lots,  and we hope this wilier able owners  of quartz properties to develop and  ship as quickly as may be.  "Another   excellent   prospact is  that known as the Engineer, located I  on the east side of Taku lake, being I  a white- quartz carrying  enormous ���  values in gold and silver.    I understand they, are going -to push development as  rapidly   as  possible,  and  will  be  in  shape  to  get out  values.within a short time."  PRODUCE  CO.  -:o:  Provisions,  , , ...and:.*. "    ���-      "\ ������ -  1 - -,  General; Merchandise,  .       ��    '  "-    ' THE  t t   -  Bennett Lake'and KtoMyke Navigation Co;f Ld  ��� The I>\ L. & K. N, Co. advance freight charges on ship-    , .  men Is via B. L. & K. N. ,C. ' "  - ' ' 1-   '-.. "'  Olive May between Bennett and Atlin  s    Regular Sailings ano'Bk-st of'Service Guaranteed.  '   The Bb L".-& Kb N. Co.-are Bonded Carriers.     '  OTTO   H.   PARTRIDGE,    Local, Manager, * Bennett.       *   \  tv stations, and the business done  LIST YOUR  )'r,6'fs  of them  doesn't  fopt   up  Prince Ranjitsinhji has taken a  cricket team tc the United States  from Kngland. He arrived there  on the 20th ult. The Prince has  immortalized  himself in the annals  c  of the game by scoring 3,000 runs  in one season in first-class matches.  Such a feat has never before been  accomplished. The next highest  record is that of the veteran, W.  G. Grace, who scored 2,739 in  1874.  The Prince is   unquestionably  THE EIGHT-HOUR DAY. "  C. W. Clifford, M. P. P. Cassiar,  iii a recent interview with a Vic-  tpria Times representative, said that  if the government was to be attacked  and its existence threatened becaue  of the eight-hour law, he was prepared to support it ou that measure  at any rate.  "I am an old miner,' he added,  "and I think I can do as much in  eight hours of ordinary drill work  as in ten. The day  naturally into three parts, eight  hours for work, eight hours for  sleep and eight hours for recreation.  Any company which is in a positipn  tp pay $3.50 for ten hours'' work  can pay the same for eight, and if  they have to close down on account  of the two hours' difference, it is  only a question of time when they  vojld close dpwn anyway. Yes, I  am as strong a supporter of the  eight-hour day as ever.''  r .  lat-eignt  twenty shilling's a week.''  "Five dollars? Oh coma !" "  ''It'strue. Tl's the absolute truth.''  1     " Why, there are  three' or  four  'men on wages al everystation."/  I     "I know it.   , And the station busi-  I uess'doesn't pay' for -the sheep-dip  to sanctify thier  coffee   with. ._It's  j ust as I say.   -And accommodating?  ���Why, if you shake'a rag- the train  will stop in the midst of the, wilderness Ip pick you up.    All that kind  of politics cpsts, ypu see.  And then,  besides,   any   town that has a good  many votes,and wants a fine station,  gets it.    Don't .you  overlook  that  Maryborough station, if you take an  interest in governmental curiosities.  Why, you can put the whole population of Maryborough into it, and  give them a "sofa apiece,  and have  rocm for more.   You. haven't fifteen  stations in America that are as big,  and youf probably haven't five that  are half as fine.   Why, it's perfectly  elegant.    And  the  clock,*   Every -  1 body will tell you about the clock,  i There   isn't  a  station   in   Europe  a clock.     It doesn't  rcy. Well,  of course,   when   they   build   and  run 720 stations at a loss, and a lot  of palace-stations  and   clocks  like  Maryborough's at another loss,  the  government  has got to economize  somewhere, hasn't it?    Very well���  lopk at the rolling "stock!    That's  where they save the money.    Why,  that train  from Maryborough will  consist of eighteen freight cars ancl  AT'- -     ''    \  ,,  Rant & Jones,  .  -   OLDEST      s      *  ' ��� ���    established-  .   ,       - brokers"   ."  " " "'" OF" ATLIN.  ���  1* IF  Agents" for the John Irving Na-  gatiou Company.  .   ,-  Pearl St., Atlin, B. C.  .        ..    .,. 1 that's got such  resolves  itself 1  . ������, 1 ^   ,.,  ' strike���and that s one m  THE    ALASKA    FLYER  65 hours to Seattle. " ' ' -"  "S,S. HUMBOLDT"  Due at Skagway  Monday, Oct* 16, 1899*  Leaves Skagway every-Ten Days  for- Seattle   and   British   Columbia  ports.    Buy your tickets at the office  of Pacific Clipper Line, Skagway.  W. H. TRIGGS, Agent.  two passenger kennels; cheap, poor,  shabby, slovenly, no drinking water,  no   sanitary   arrangements,   every  imaginable inconvenience; and slow?  ���oh. the gait of cold molasses; 110  airbrake,   no springs; and   they'll  ���M      .-,,-.     .       Jolt vour head eff every time  thev  . lhe   Wl,1,"Pee start or slop.    That's'where thev  :l, Free Press reproduces the following" j.make   thejr   nule   economies,   you  GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP.  , Some of the Canadian papers are  having a tilt over the public ownership  of railways.  Ld.  British  America  Corp.,  HOTEL,  ATMN   -   -   -   -   R. C.     ,     ,  Clean linen, spring beds, choicest selection,  of cigars  and  liquors  north of Vancouver.  Rates very moderate.  THE ATLIN LIGHT AND  POWER CO.  good cricketer, but if he wants renown in the American newspaper  world, he'll have to bat some of the  letters put his name.  A   repprt,  as yet unconfirmed, is  appearing in the Toronto  press  to'  the effect that the general elections |  will be brought on in January with-1  out a further session of the House.   I  ��� RKV. M It. MA XWELL ILL.  Rev. Geo. R. Maxwell, M. P. P.,  ou his way from Skagway to Vancouver was taken very ill and arrived in the latter place in a very  precarious condition. The trouble  is a severe attack in the bowels, and  at last reports it was announced  {hat if relief did not soon come an  Operation   would   have  to  be   per-  fonasd.  from Mark Twain's pen approvingly:  This famous writer had occasion  a couple a years ago to go upon a  1 lecturing tour that included the  principal points in Australia, and  the weakness of the railway system  did not escape him. He has an Australian gentleman traveling with him  to a little town cailecl Maryborough  tell the story, which is in part as  follows:  "The governmentchoosestodo its  railway businss in its own way, and  it doesn't know as much about it as  the French. In the beginning they  tried idiots; then they imported the  French���which was going backwards, you see; now it runs the  road itself���which is gcing backwards again, you see. Why, do you  know, in order lo curry favor with  the voters, the govermnet put down  theroad wherever anybody wants it���  anybody that owns two sheep and a  dog; and by consequence we've got,  in the ccilom-  of Victoria, ,?oo, ja\l-  see. They spend tons of money to  house you palatially while you wait  fifteen minutes for a train, then degrade you to six-hours' convict  transportation to get the foolish out-  lav back."    - -    .   -  The .Scotsman! of the Dominion  line, is ashore in the Straits of  Belle Isle.    Will prove a wreck.  Now  huve u  Telephone Service  Between  AtFin, Spruce Junction and Pine.  Stations���  Ati.in, Medical Hall,  Junction, Junction Housi:,      '   (  Pine, Golo Housu.  ft  Shot-Guns, Rifles, Revolvers and every description of Sporting Goods  I TISDALL'S GUN STORE  a VANCOUVER.  A   Ciitislo^iif mailed on applio.ition.  E. L PILLMAN  ������_. Funeral   Director   and  Emhalmer  Third and Discovery,    Atliu, B. C.  Bodies Embalmed for Shipment a Specialty  Orders on short notice.  All kinds of Funeral Supplies at reasonable rates.  When in Atlin stop  . . at the . .  OLYMPIC HOTEL  First Street,  Headquarters  foh  Letup's St,  Lmns Laqer Beer,  First oiass Restaurant in connection,  t  K   >  r-?  ��  W  t/mmmmmmm ATLIN,    K. C, -SATURDAY,    OCTOBKR    r i.    ,899  '���j��  !  ���  >   ,  ��  $  S-j?  AROUND PINE.  "Jrb ���-    ' ���*" -      '  From Our Ourrospoiiiiniit.-    ,  Piiie City, Oct.(i 9.- Mining is  still being carried on b) a considerable number of men on this  creek,-, but ,with the' 'exception of  drifting, tunneling this must "soon  come to an end. The Caledonia  groupls still working, but it is only  a question of days* now when they  loo will have to suspend. -  FIRST   "irtUSll"   TEAM.  ��� l  Your 'correspondent^saw for the  first'"time this season a "'mush"  team making its "way to Atlin on  Monday 'morning. This belonged  Ip J. Cheney, who is on his way lo  Bennett. '   ' ,  WASHING CELLAR DIRT.  People, passing' by the 'Irving  Hotel   the   past    few " weeks -have  ' noticed a large pile of likely looking ground on the east side of this  'house. A good many were of the  impression that the\dht'had been  taken from some creek claim, and  that the proprietor, Mr. McDonald,  contemplated washing it out during  the  dull  days  of winter���between  drinks,   as  it were.    In this  thev  ~ . 1  were mistaken, for I was informed  by that gentleman that the dirt had  been taken- from the cellar.he is^dig/  ging under his house. The ground  ' is rich, he says, and more gpld in  it than'in'some" of the ^creek claims  he has owned.        Cr *���   -  R. Benson, blacksmith, who has  had a shop at the rear of the Gold  Home for five months, left to-day  for White Horse, where he remains  this winter and thence, proceed in  the spring.to Cape Nome. _ , ^._  1 Jack Letherdale, of the Gold  House, is enlarging his house and  making it winter proof. In addition to an 'elegant staircase and  private entrance in course of erection o"n the east' side of the hotel,  where the Bank of Halifax had  quarters for a short time this slimmer, he is (naming his rooms, instead pf the usually common way  of numbering them.  I the Transvaal In the, war against  us in 1881 the Bores put some 6,000  in the field, but' this numbsr doss  not represent the total available  force at the disposal of the Transvaal  government. According to the census  taken in 1894, some 22,300 men are  liable for service iu the time of war.  And these might be joined by Boers  from Cape Colony, Xalal, and I he Orange FreeState. -Every citizen liable  for service must, when summoned to  "do so,, presents himself at the place  which he"is ordered, with horse,' a  rifif and 100 rounds of am liunitioii  The state artillery was original!}  oigatiized h\ an Austrian, and   the  British America Corporation, t��'  ,   .       ATUN,   e.   G.  ��   '     ���  liKANr-HKI   AT  DAWHON.  BUNN'1-.n. SKI,KIRK.  WllIl'R  HOHsK.' PlMi Clli-Kh.      ', r  Tho only complete stock of  * GROCERIES  AND   DRY  GOODS .  '' 'in the Oitj. ,  "    f' Ladies' Goods a Specialty.  New Line of Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes Just Arrived.  Onlj hi ;hest el is-, of iroo !���> in sHnk nt lowest prices in tho pity;   Iiiipeptioifiii\ited.  I A   Windermere report says: The  cross placed b\   Father DeSmel on  "caps of the regiments .are lo this | Sinclair Pass" in 1854 has been-the  day of the Austrian pattern.. The (object of more thai: one prospector's dream of wealth. The reverend j  father after his return to France in'[ -  the following year, published a book  on his travels in Northwest .Arneri-  ci, a co~>y of which is yet to be seen  BROWNLEE & LflWRY  ,1 -  officers are for the most pari members of the wealthy Transvaal families. The guns are drawn b\  mules, which are driven in* the  manner  customary in "South Africa  J. II. BroA-nlee, P. L S., D. L. S.  K. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. t.  that is to say,, two men sit on the  limber box/5 one to "drive and the  other to use a long bamboo-handled  whip. The gunners, it should be  stated, are all mounted.  . Besides the state artillery, which  represents the'regular army, there  are, three foot and six mounted  volunteer corps in the Transvaal  These corps furnish some 20,000  men w'ho are for the most, part  drawn from officials -and people  employed by the,government, and  consist of men of various uatlon-  alitlies. The Pretoria" Cavalry,  which is the smartest of these corps,  is composed -.entirely of officials and  sons of - well-to-dob Bo'ers. The  volunteer corps are not intended to  take the field against a European  power .but'to garrison towns.���London Graphic.   ���        ,   < -     T  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  .- Land Surveyors. V    '.  Pearl Street, Atlin,-B..--C.  IN THE, RING.  "James Jeffries, the champion,  while in Cork last month, was  hissed, because he refused to spar  with a local celebrity, on the  ground that it would be inadvisable  to do so iu view of his fight with  Sharkey.  Bobby  Dobbs,   of   Minneapolis,  met Matty Mathews, of New York,  at  the   Coney   Island A. C, Sept.  14II1, and was  disqualified  in   the  ^.25th round for fouling.  Fitzsimmons is arranging for a  fight with the wanner of the Jef-  tries-Sharkey fight.  along  the  ARMED FORCE OF THE  TRANSVAAL.  The Boers have no regular army,  with the exception of a small force of  artillery known as the state artillery.  This force, until after the Jameson  raid, consisted of 32 officers 79 noncommissioned officers and 289 men,  and a telegraph corp of one officer  and fifteen men. On Januuary 13,,  1896, the Volkraad authorized the  government to increase the corps by  enrolling another 400 men.  In the event of war, however, all  citizens capable of bearing arms, between the ages of 16 and 60, are liable  to. be called upon for military service,  ��ihLsq too are all the blacks living in I houses.  TROOPS AT THE CAPE  The following troops, which appear below, is the total strength  of the expeditionary force sent to  South Africa from England. It  is between1' 30,000 and 40,000 men,  a large portion of whom would be  employed protecting the lines of  communication and guarding  against isolated attacks  frontier:  1st Rojal Drujroons.  2nd Royal Scots (ire.*,*-. Dru-roons.  Gth luuiskilleu Dra-roout,.  fitli Carbiniers Driifrorms. Guard-,.  10th���the Prince of Wales'Own Hovnl Hussars. '  12tli Prince of Wales' Royal Lancers,.  Four battalions from the Grenu-lipr  Guards, Coldstrenm Guards mid Scots  Guards.  2nd Battalion Queen's Royal West Snrrej  regiment���2nd foot.  2nd Battalion F.nst Smrey Re-riment���7Uth  foot.  2nd Battalion Deimisliire Regiment 11th  foot.  2nd Battiiliri.i "iVeit Yorkshire Reiriinent���  14th foot.  2nd Battalion Uojiil Highlanders, the  Black Wutch���T.trd lout.    '  1st Battalion Highland Li^rlit Inf.intrj ���  71st foot.  2nd Batt ilion Seaforlli Highbinders��������� Ross-  shire Bufl's. 7i>th foul.  1st B.itt'ilion Argyll und Sutherland Hijrli-  lauderh���illst foot. ,  1st Battalion fiinislcilli'ii Fusileers ���27th  foot.  1st Battalion Connuu^lit Iliintjors���S*i  foot.  1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusileers���Wind  foot.  1st Battalion Kn.inl Irish Resriinput���lSth  foot.  iiid Battalion llr-jiil Fusiliers, Cit*. of  Loudon Regiment���Sth toot.  2nd Battalion Ki>.*,.il Scots Fusiliers���21st  foot.  1st Battalion Kojul Welsh Fusiliers���87th  foot.  2nd Battalion Scottish Rilles, the Cam-  eroniansj���90th foot.  3rd Battalion Kinsr's Royal Rifle Corps���  60th Riftei.  1st Battalion Durham Light Infantry���fiSth  foot.  at . St.'   Mary's   Mission''in-   East  Kootenay.    In the volume he tells !  of finding ,a ledge  of rich "mineral j  ancl of placing a cro=s lo mark the i  find for  some'-fortunate ' prospector ; ----- -    ���'       -"'���  -        -   -.- --���-  in   some   distant  lime,   as  he'pro-1' >   v^ ,.,!:,.' v       '     ''    ,  phesied that 'some day ' tliis. would j   1   P^ **��x\\ , .'',  lN ���-      L liI"  be a-great mining  countr>.    Nu- ��� -*-* ��� first .street.  The biggest house in Atliu.  - Everything first-class!,  flnigardy &'  Turney^ Proprietors.  merous exoeditions have searched  for the lpst ledge in the last few  years,, bat no:ie,have been successful enough to- ever, find-the cross  until recently. Last mouth a party  of prospectors, named Joe Lassord,  Daye Smith and, Frank Marsjean,  went out, and after three weeks,'  amid snow and rain,* found the remains of the cross which had fallen  year.s before. The continued fall  pf snow made further prospecting  impossible and they, "returned to  Windermere, and will return next  year wilh���hopes of success.  Upwards of 400 delegates were expected to be present at the seventieth pan-Presbyterian Council in  New York, Sept. 27th.  Amos L. Allen, formerly private  secretary to Thos.'B. Reed, was  nominated for Congress by the .Republicans of First Maine district,  Sept. 28th.     .  'The Canadian contingent for the  Transvaal is to consist of 1,300 men,  it is said, infantry, cavalry and artillery. Col. Otter, D. O. C, will  command one contingent.  - The Toronto lacrosse team are in  New Westminster playing the latter for the championship of Western Canada.  A Calcutta despatch of the 29th  ult. says that 400 persons fost their  lives through the floods at'Darjee-  ling, capital cf the district of that:  name, in addition to those on the  plains.  O.-K;  BATHS     ..      '  BARHEk SHOP  The butiisiire eqiinil. us vrood us found ia  cities.   Side entrance for ladies.  '    LINK & PRATT. Props.. First Street.  P  RINCIPAL 2 BATH   HOUSE  AND   LAUNDRY. -  Best Equipped  Establishment  in Atlin.  Lake Street,  near'Sawmill.  J  ULES   EGGERT  SWISS    WATCIi MAKER.  Has charge of government instruments.    First street. Atlin.   ,  '    '     In  Medical  Hall.  You War, Mam: No Mistake lv You Go  To Tut.,  .'.:BRITISH HOTEL...  ' Cor. First and Discover'}.  Genuine troods and everj tlim>c  firit clasn  1 at moderate rates. ,  T. TUGWELL.  Proprietor.  /  :1ITI  KEN & STRANAHAN,  Painters.  Neat ancl artistic signs at reasonable rates.  - THE -  Canadian Bank..,  ...of Commerce.  Corner Second and Pear! Streets.  ATUN,    B.    C.  H  OTICL' O.    K.  Choice Wines.  Liiliioi's and Ci^urx.  First  A veil lie.  \V.\I. CUUOK. .Muuiitrrr  Thoroughly Equipped Assay  Office in Connection.  The Montreal banks have advanced the rate on the call loans  from 5 to 5 1-2, making a total advance of 1 per cent, for the year.  A despatch of the 28th ult. says  that a severe earthquake shock  around Smyrna, Greece, killed  1,000  people and demolished 2,000  Gold purchased or advances made  thereon pending the result of its  assay.  Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United  States and Canada.  ...THE KOOTENAY...  BAR  ELEGANTLY FURNISED  BACHELOR    APARTMENTS.  Rooms with Brussels carpets,  a stove in each, and all accessories,  "     Billiard and Pool Tables.  JACK   BYRON,    Prop.  PINE TREE HOTEL  DISCOVERY, B. C.  When von come to Discovery take  shelter under the TREE.  Finest of liquors.       Good stabling.  ' v      , vt 'I I,  u  tip  |4  -.'it'  -11  A':'!,IN,    IL C,   vSATCrRD'AV,   OCViWltte' H,i -8Q9-  '-In    ,  ^.<  kt, (  A'!  i  i  -ii'  I  j.  u'  J  Flio Claim is now prepared]  to do all kinds of Joh Work*'  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Medical Hull lor toilet articles.  Fat hei Whel.in   lelt  on  Tuoidny   for  co liver.  Presciiption- enretiilly ami promptly dispensed ut tins .Medical Hull.  Tlie contract lor the Bunk of IL N. A. is to  be let to-duj .    . I  '   W.  A.   Spencer, of the   Bank  of  Ilulil'iiN. '  e.une Iu from Skngiiuy on Tuesday. J  ..I. Pratt' Ieu\es on Tuesday next for Seat-,  tie' In the meantime his partner, Mr. Lj nk,i|  w ill continue the tousoriul bu.iness. ���  One of the best articles tor good health is a ,  wholesome loul of bread at 12 cunts, ami n j  iirit class meal at VJcent-, at Pioneei Baker",. [  During the absence of Ii. L. Pillnian. undertaker, w ho is in Skuiinny , Mr. .1. D. Du-  rie will look utter Ins interests Here and nt  Pine City.  \V. .). R. Cow'ell.' who has been iissuyer for  tlie Bank oi Halifax, left last Saturday tor  Victoria, where he will remain the winter  und ret urn in tlie spring with an enlarged  plant.  The lirm of limit <!t Jones go out to-duy���  not out ol business necessarily-but out  to the coast. C. Benttey .louos w ill w inter ut  the capital, while Norman limit will spend a  couple oi   weeks m Bennett and then leturn.  St. Andrews Preslij teruin church hold sei-  the Sound ports and Vnncoiiver. anil this iu  itsell is sufficient guarantee ol good service.  linker .t   Tcniiiint'.s  mill  closed  down  on  ���:._ I Thiiis-lni  lor the w inter. ' '  i  Church of   Kiiglonil services will be  held !  ut corner Troiuor and Third streels on Sun- ,  ,    ' day nt ll::i(l a.,in. und 7*.:'.d p. in. , ,  The Caledonia group elosed down  ou  tiie (  S'aii-| llltli.    Mr, Nelson, tlie -superintendent, went I  I out ou to-day's boat.   He noes toJui.cau.  The wires continue ilow u ami Tin: Ci-Am  iu corsequence is iiuiible to place before its  renders the result of tlie jaclit race, the  trouble iu the Trans*,mil and the .loilnes-  Sharkey fight. "  'l lie giey hound ot Atlin Lake, the Ruth,  lias changed the hour oi her departure I roin  here to Taku. and in fill uro''.he \\ ifl Ieu\ e ut  2 p. m. instead ol 4 p. m. This will ensure  better connect ion with the Gleunoi".  C. ,Field, wild to C. Christopher on Saturday , a quartz locution that lias its disco*, cry  post a tew tuet ii oin the niineiul spring nt  the northern end of the 'town. The liiu  runs to tlie rem* ol Sinclair's mill and south  to the Grand Hotel. The price paid, it is un-  der.stood, w as *iti 0. ,  J.  [1.  Rose,  manager ol" the A. M- it M. Oo.  iu Atliu, intends letiv'inui ni about til days lor  a  trip to f-'.m   Fr.nu'isro unci   tlie   Weston:  States and w ill so as inr east as Minne.ipolis.  ibis visit  Mr.  Rose  intends   combining  ���THE  erchimt* Bank of Halffax  IXOOR.POIUTKI>   Win.  Palo Up Catital  Rest    -    -���.-   -    -  -    -   $-2,000,000.00  -     -  #1,250,000.00  Gold   Dust   assayed   and  1 A  general   Banking,, business-   transacted.  -   f   ,*. . . purchased. i.  Drafts issued and mojiey transferred'to any pari of the world.  Tfo& First, Rank:'to Open in Atlin*  , W. A. SPENCER     ���>���    -    -'  Manager, AUiii Branch: -  O  Corner  and  First",  N5 ���>,��������.,  -   Retail   ~   Bsstchsrs*  and    Pearl   Stkekts.  c!J"  pleasure w ith business.    While  mi ii)   lie  in- '  tends interesting capital in 'unic  ol   his e.\- [  reeding!*, good hydruiifie {-.round that lie  ii  interesteil iu here: and also in his numerous  (���Hurt/,    properties,  which   he   proposes   to'  develop iu the spring,     lie will  lie absent i  -.ices in the Arctic Brotluji-hoo 1 Hall, Seronii r about si\ week's.  street between Trainor and  Pearl,  on  Sun-j     >;ow that tlie bin yacht i-ace  day at l():.W a. in. and 7:.V) p.m. Sunday school  at 2:.10 p.m. Hu\ ..lohu Prill" le, B. Administer.  G. Linden Feuety, who lias been in Atlin  lor some considerable time, rccei\eil u telegram in Atlin on the lOtii Oct,, dated Fred-  ericton, N. IL, Oct. 7th, aunoiiiiciiiil the  death ol his lather at the lattet place. Mi ���  Fcnety was Queen's Printer lor New JJruiis-  w ick.  Jack Byronot the Koooteuuy, is making  preparations to open a road house lor the  winter iii tlie vicinity ol where Tepe No. 1  was tins spring, on Otter Lake. He bus not  definitely decided-on the location, however,  bill suvs it will l>e a good day's journey out  irom Atliu.  Dave  liustie has receivod a lptter troui Ins  partner, G. liice, telling him ot bis intention i  tp open an  hotel at  Curiboo  Crossing, an- |  other lit White Horse and finally one at Cape !  ^uiie next spiiug.     George ne\or drew   a '  blank in Ins hie, lie says,  and  we believe it.  Every tliinp, be does is top-notch, and  a  mini  of that kind ileser\es to do well.  A. IL St.icej, manager iu Atlin for the  11. A. C. Co.. has hud completed w hat is w ith-  out doubt the handsomest residence m Atlin. It is a pretty cottage, situated on thu  lake front in the vicinity ot the workings of  the Anaconda, half-way between there and  Teiiuant i Baker's mill. It luces the lake  w ith a spar-ions \erundu at its front.  L. C. Low ne is rounding up a bunch ot 100  horses that it is proposed to take to White  llorsu'sooii. The tiip will be made overland, and judging by the low price ol horseflesh here and tho undoubtedly lush iigure  paid there, in \iew oi the enormous winter  freight congested along the road, "Doc"  and his nssociates ought to do w ell.  Mrs. N. A. Lnrseii, proprietress of the Principal Bath House, ou Lake street.-near the  sawmill, lelt lor Skaguay and Seattle on  Tuesday , and w ill be back in Mni eh to again  continue the work ot that fust class establishment. Ln tlie meantime the business  will be conducted by Messrs. Dowell A Reiri.  lately connected with tho Atlin laiuidr\.  S.  A. Sinythe, sanitary officer lor the past  is the talk  the woi Id. the follow inn London despatch  makes good reading: There is trouble  among tlie empfoyes ei Lipton's, Limited,'  the concern founded by Sir Thomas f.ipton. ,  [n this connection it is uuplcusiii'.-, tb learn '  by will ot co'utrust with-the -s7.">0,(IOO or so |  which 'millionaire Kir Thoinai , Lipt-on is  spending o*.er the Shamrock, that mum of  the female employes ol Lipton's Limited, re- i  ceive the remuneration oi s?*,en shillings or j  *sl.7.*i a weok. When thus are millions made I  better surely that there were less of'such |  prohts in trade so organised. |  . Tiie follow ing registered at the Grand j  since last Friday : Saturday, ?>IissSim-on. j  c.ty : W. Chndw-ick. Devil's Luke: F. Wing, \  Missouri: Slanahan, Qu'Appell. Sunday, W. -  L. Fountain, Spruce: .Miss Smith, Bennett: i  T. M. Gregory, Mrs. Gregory , Frank Fcnue- I  gard, Sutherland, city. Monday. W. F. Gib- ;  son,.). 15. Hooker, V. IS. Spiiulding and wife.  i PineCitv: Miss Sinison, city: N. Struther- i  laud, city. Tuesday, F. M. Hicks. Butte. (  Mont. Wednesduy. Frank A. Wise, A. 11.,  Mansfield, city : T. A, Campbell. Now West- I  minster: W. E. Griffin, Butto. Mont: Y. B. '  Wrong. Windsor, Out. Thursday. NY. F. Gibson, A. K. Mutii-o. Goo. A. Kerr, G. O. Both- j  well, Walter Owen. Burton Robinson. Pine  City.  Builders'Hardware, Miners" Supplies,  Tinware,.  Graniteware,  Etc., Etc. x>  TINSHOP  IN   CONNECTION:  FIRST STREET  ATLIN, B. C. ;  & CO. (Limited.)  IiRAND HOTEL  FINEST EQUIP'PED HOTEL IN THE NPR.TH..   EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.     .   ���  RTCli  &  HAST 112,    PliOfRlKTOKST * DAVID   HaSTII^,    M*VNAGKR.  ( i  Comer of First and Discovery Streets.  THE A. B.'S CONCERT.  Applications for Land.  - jiiilirineut ] hereby gUe notice ot my intention to apply, one month niter this date, to the Chief  Commissioner oi Lauds anil Works, British  Columbia, for permission to purchase llil)  acres ot land, situ.ned in the Atliu district  on the cist side ot Atliu lake between Atliu  townsite and Pine creek, being hounded as  'l follows: Ou the northerly side by a line com-  > mencing at my initial post on the margin of  Itlin  lake and   runnine   about N. 2t,deg. K.  COUli-T NEWS.  McDonald v.   Bio^.in ��� w.ttros-  , lor plai'itiil. ^:><\.>5.  Peter v. Carruthers. w.i��es. non-suit.  1    Scott ^.   GalLaser.   .iccoimt, 911.7't.; Judg-  ! ment for phiintilf.  |    Stansiiel.l  v. WillLuns- A Swausoii���?100.00:l ]  juil'jrnieiit for rleieiidant.  Johnson v. Patterson, account. ."s7."i: judjj   L ^ . ,..  ' ...o,,i- tr.-,. s.111 i 'or a distance ot about 2,610 left, thence by a  inenttoi >���->- hlie !.���������;���;.  about S. .">�� deg.  Ii. tor a clis-  [    .Toimson v. Gibson. s,iine \crdict. *       | tance ot  about  2.680 teet. thence by a line  i     Reynolds-v. Anderson    wages- sM:  jiidi;- [ runiiing about S. 21 rleg. W. for a distance  of  ' .,.���,* r,,.- ,>i���i,,i- n about 2.b40 Teet. thence aloii^* tlie margin of  iiicntloipmint.il. Atlin lake to point orcoiiimencemeut: under  Six inoio suits against Anderson��� Koss for   section a ot the'"Land  Aet  Amendment Act,  The Arctic Brotherhood concert last Saturday evening was indeed good, a not t~o  lengthy programme well rendered. The recitations by Mr. Carter und the topical sonjr  bv Mr. Riehurdson met, w e think. i\ itii most  favor.    In  Fact  all tho numbers were good.', -S'OO:  Tooley    lor    -OL.V.':    Harris   for   sr.*.  Here's the bill* I ^'m l',yo io1' ^"': -*''l'0!1�� 'or >3'J-t;U: a,id Bur-  Overture, xiolin. guitar and muudoliu j ton lor s2J:  judgment  for  phui.till   in  each  ...    Hardy, Irmui and C.irtinelL I case.  .Dr. Lewis ' Caldwell  v.  Weeks.  , for pliiintifi.  idCartmell '    Kilmer   v. Jol  Recitation  Quartette  Noyes Culleiir Hardy  wages. ."ifl.7ri: Judgment  Irving Navigatiini Com-  Reeitation    .  Fancy Dance  Whistling Solo .  Recitation  Song   Rending.. .  non-suited.  fi\o   mouths,   lias   resinned.   The -e.uise of  this  manner ot procedure  is explained  by i gHI'.  tlie fact that lie luis received no pay  for the j jj,.,.^.,-,,���,  w ork lie luis done during the time mention- j Sw in b^ f,,',,,���, 'Clu',,'s  ed.iiuil as this is not a country or gratuity ,     After the rendition ot the above tlie eliuir-  he does  not   propose to  further break *l10 ' nlllll ���I10���IK.(M| that dancing was in order.  rule  by  working   for   glory.    Mr. Sinythe I |i||(, lu.(.01.(*ill;r*.j t|ie UI���ii0,���.>.  took tlie bint  received tho appointment in Atlin. ' un(l   t|)||s  tcl.miimte,|   thr.>   most niiccessiul  II. M. Wallace,   representing the  U. S. anil   concert euir held in Atlin.  Dominion Mining Co., Ie.i\es for the  outside's     The day lor tlie holding ol eonrerrs   in  tiie  ou   to-day's  steamer.    The   gentlfinan  lias | pi,sf hlls been Saturday.   A  new   departure  iu   this  lino  was   inaugurated   last evening,  ..Miss Eva Browulec ' P����>  ..Miss Ileiene Lucas I    ��� Hiirt.t Noyes |     Among tlie departures  last jSaturilay   was   *Jtl'- Carter, i Ml.^ R> \h Hitchcock, w ho w ill spend a ..orxl-  ..   .Chief Debrisav i \y   portion  of the winter  in  Victoria, and  ..   .Capt.   Liiiiglp;,    thence go to Montreal unci New York before  .  Mr. Kicliarilson   ,i^uin    gi .icing     her     pretty    cottage   ou'   M'"- Munk I d^uoii,,^-   street  u*-'M   spring.   During her      T. \\ . Liflci ' residence of fivo mouths in the district  .Mis.  Hitchcock Inn been a very active woman.  I Slie has i.loutilii.d herself with pverv mo\<--  I incut that has hud tlie  district's welfare  at  issin."  Atlii;  E. W. HAMILTON.  , B7C. Sept. 2"). IS')!).  IMSON'S VARIETY STORE-  Tlie lateststylesm Costumes, Bicycle Skirts,  Shirt Waists, Hats and Millinery.  Between Rant and AVatson.  Direct   to   Vancouver  Three   Days  in  made a thorough examination of the district and bus show u his fnitli by purchasing  fifty claims ou Spriiee ereek on beliall of his  company. Nest year these will be worked  iiiiniii'xtcimiu' seals. Mr. Wallace showed  us n f'-j a/., nug-ret which he found on Willow  just below the Hum-;. He uLo has a collection of 500 small nuggets. These will bo  mounted on pins and sent to the shareholders  of his company. Mr. AVallace w ill spend tlie  w niter ut his home in Aim Arbor, Mich., anil  from there will go to Nome in the soring.  Thos. Tugwpll. writ'ng to li. J. AVhitty,  wlio is managing Mr. Tugwell's Atlin house,  the British hotel, says four feet of snow tell  in that place Thursday week, but that the  siibseiiiieut rain had washed a great ileal of  it aw in. Tlie Atl'n house, formerly the International, has undergone a vast change  since Mr. Whitty assiiuieil the management.  A thorough oierhiuiHiig has taken place in  evry departiiirnt: the rooms reconstructed  and papered: the dining room enlarged and  the bar stocked with goods Unit allow ol no  .superior anywhere. This has been Mr. Tug-  iv.ott's- motto iii the past, and judging from  tlie service obtaining here he intends to continue this wise course. Mr. Whitty is un old  ���steamboat man, having been purser on the  Charmer when she was on tlie run lketwcnn..  Friday, and henceforth the day for the holding of tlieir concert, and dances w ill not be  cut shorl by .Sunday staring them in the  face, as lieretolorc. Last evening's entertainment consisted i*r progressive w hist, invitations for the same having been sent out  ou Thursday morning. Tlie ladies, we uii-  i derstiiud, provided the refreshments, and all  in all. the evening was a pleasant and so-  ciuble one.  The winners of tlie Progressive Whist tournament wore' Miss- Foley and Mr. A. ll.Stra-  cey, a bottle oi perfume and Roger's pocket  knile, respectively, were the *ir"</.ci. Fight  games were played. At tike close of the  tournament relreshments wpvp served aiwl  after justice had been done to tins dancing  was indulged in with recitations, dialogues,  and songs sandwiched between eich number.   The lollowing was the program:  Dialogue between Mr. Carter and Dr.  Lewis. Irom Juliei Caesar, tlie iormer as  Cassius and the latter Brutus: whistling  solo by Mr. Noyes: song- by Chief Debrisaj :  recitation by Mr. Monk: mid song by Alt*:.  Ciillon. ,  heart, nod here, it must be remembered, thp  closing chapters oi her fascinating booh  wore written. This, how over, did not deter  her from engaging iu milling. She has hail  us iiiir.ily as eight men pi ospecting lor hei���  I principally t-iusi't/,���at onetime during the  I season now* ended. As a result ot this, slip  now lias several prom-isiug groups, situated  about three miles trom Atlin in a southeasterly direction, that have been reported  upon and bonded to Montreal parties*. During Lord Hamilton's st'av in Atlin he visited  several of these and was favorably impressed with the claims.  AVliile Mrs. Hitchcock is in the cupital  s-'ip w ill cndea-.or to place the hospital and  school question bolore the Ministers iu such  a way as to leave no room for argument In  the mutter.  5'fH,  T6TII  EACH  AND    26TH  MONTH.  OF  Adrfmiinl Dewey has been relieved from  tlie Olympt.i at his. own request and will  spend a slioit time at his old home in Vermont.  SS.   ALPHA  Leaves Oct. 18.  A.   H.   BAKER,   Agent,  C. Ri U. Office, Skagway.  OARD   OF   TRADE.  Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  Wright & Callbreatii,   Props.  Five hundred freight-liiuidU\i-&ut.'W.e*f  perior are on-strike.  Lady  Cook  (this office..  wanted.    Apply at  S. A SMYTHE,  Atlin's High CFass Photographer.  For purnutuency, beaiitifuLelfects, pleasing  tones ti it rl artistic mounting Sniythe's photos,  stand uurhuneiL' Eighteen' years' experience  IIS a PlIOKKSSlONAIil-JUOTO'GIIAlMIBK;  Lake Street, near Rant, A voniio.  |?aB:~E1!u>t;o��jrt��i:,-lilng buUdiiiiBs it specialty.  w

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