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StyPetersbiirg, Oct/s.���Astroug  sentiment against M.Wilte was developed   last blight1 at a caucus of  .the St. "Petersburg'municipality officials which had been called to discuss as 'to' what civic action - should  be taken in recognition of his services at tlie recent Portsmouth peace  conference.' it was declared Unit  .his work., was not worthy of any  special honors. ,;';.:  New Westminster,. Oct. 5.���The  lacrosse  game 011 Tuesday between'   the .'...Capitals, .of ���Ottawa;, and New  .Westminster..-resulted  in a score of  , 3 to 2 ii) favor of tlie, home team'.  .'. y There - was  no game Wednesday  oil account: of rain.  Today's game lieUvecn'the Capitals : and. Vancouver is not finished  yet.     Atbthe end of ..the-second  .quart'etyylll^  giv eyy-ouy fi ii al j'scp rcbl ri icyyyyyyyy  ;bbOtl awayv Oc LS'��� 5'.^yltyy.was';: y'esterf-;.  'dayby decided ybtliatbytlieybji^niniiiblfi  Go yctyii iiiei 1 iy wpiil .dybiiptybiiitei'lei'ei  .withybthebBrit^  :tureyyAct��;^  '<>iiy, Co iiuii erci a ii-;yiray^lersyy.cbiiiing  fionrpiSsicle^bfyilieyi;*^  ���iy>To roi ijo,'yOctby5y~bP re miety W hi hi  n'eyliasyjiistyajippn  Toi:yy3t\st.ices;pfytiifyp^af^  pTo^^^^^gl3ie^jHMmn|  Ja^^iieseiyiieacebtreatylife^  ^royedybytli&^apanpe^ca  ybf^^shiii^oi^  Rposevel t yiiasfi; defe!uiii^d-;to?!iiilro-;  'dirceyfreiglity^raleyj^gisla^  railrpad-ys tpcksyii aye-1 aketiTa-Jbig-fall  hi7cpnse^ue.nce.rci)fb tlie ;coji tern  moye:y;7y;-::7:yr1;y.f;:77j777-7yyy!i;^  bylBeliiiigli dwyy Washb-y^Gtbysy^iAy  i^pprtbHasyy,b'ee'uy;recSivedtl^  njgytiiat ? aJly^dabyyyes'ft^  gitb-lveryMidy^tfibutai^iesb  to:brisebaty;tiieyra^^  hpur'aiid|that;yall tlieyadjaceiitycoiii*--;.  tr>?>waS':badlyHlbbdedy7  ageyhasl iieen .ycaiisedybii t ;as 'byefetlie-  ^piiiit:;Caiinptybe;esUiim  lyyR^itjiiip^byoetyy^v^They  ianyyPacific yRail.v^iyy;luis'decided to  coii tiii'iie itsclo 11 bile, tran sppiiiijieutal;  passengerb^seryiceb, untiLy-afteryithe.  Cljristiiias,;hplida3's/."'-y..b.y  yy'TG6nsfanlinbple^bOct75.yy9T^  seik*e;;ofa Bfiti.sli eruise-ratHodeida  i-esult<^yiny;airye^eptioiially speed3'';  settlemeii.t;ypWy.tLcy,i3iiUah,,-jiaiti^  con n'ectip hb, \v it 11 t h e; receii t|jMra tica f  :attacks|yl^^bA:l"absy;bllb,tll*.ebBritish  dlio\vs;iii;.tlie;;Red-sea.y7yyy7.yyy7 7;yy:;'b  y:yAlambsarbCpl.;ib70ct;^  heejbydisclpsedybthat^'ls^oop;;;'^  'missiiigffom the ��11 hds'bfbthebAla-  imdsa^'Bank-ibwhichysuspeiid  meiityhere;oiLMpiida3%^  \ f Capey^To wii, ������ -yQct.'.; 6.-- Wprcl ny as  receiyedybiiere-Tastyyiiightythaty^  Hotteiitotsbliad y^piuredyyanotiier  :Germau;;;c:onvoy,yoGiisistingybf ten  wagbnsy-iii 'southeast '.A'frica.y/y.b^b.'y  .  New Westmiiisterbypct.y6;-���Yesterday's Capital-Vai-itoiiver, lacrosse  game eiidedyii-i.a tie, of 7-.t'6''7.;yl 7 , r  ������-'. ..;.;���: yy"'' yGENUKAL.NEWS.. ��� ;_ ; 7,  ��������� y Spokane, Wash ./had a'.|2op,oo.o���  fire.lasf \veek.; ,b;,'b'. .>-: b-  General Sloessel is suffering from  a stroke -of paralysis -at'--Moscow.  His entire left,side is affected.  '.Sixty-five horses were burned to  death in a livery stable fire at Wil-  iiiiiigloii, Del,, 611 Sept. 26th.  A lire at Colon, Panama, last  week did #75,000 worth of damage  aiid destroyed all the government  records!    .  ; ^  ' The Russian' government has decided lo .spend$20,000,000 tb relieve  lhe distress iu her famine-stricken  districts.  7 jas. J. Hill says that Vancouver  will-be the termiiuis of the Vicioria,  Vancouver tt Elmrne railroad now  htiilding.'  ���:'Eleven "thousand    infantry   and  ���llireebatleries plyarliiliyiyiiavcbjiyeu  ;seiityto;;Elpiina,y-UiVsstiii.i.7Eaku,;yyta  i'nli in lauirprdvvyyyyiyyy^yiyyiyyyi  yyViic.-'. neivylv-hnciribRtissi'iiibtreyilj'.'  ���; was" is i gi i ed'- y 1 f- K S L7:Pe tersbii i;g.; 7011  /Sept.y.29tib' ������r-.It .becdiiies; effective'ou,  yMarclrastyof iiexiy)'.ear.viy"yby7yyyyy.7y:  y^:|A'b.Cunibei"land,:;N.:;;l^  ye rs.'^V-t oy'.y^j. Ii e.|...-'; iVi 1 n i lipr.i y o f!i"3_ i 40 0 ���. 11 a ve  goiieypibstnkebfolrbu^  ;x��itpbi^|c(Sitsfpefehp  byyA7fineygr^le:pf;litlibgraphicystbne  :hasb';l3eehbydiscbveredyvat7;;Eancrofi  Pnty'yyyHhluirto; tliis;Stoiiey:h'is?beeny  fb;uud:-Giily;iu;-:Gerinaiiyby7yyb -, i'yyy  K'';:'.BuVfei,.;',yMpnty,;'r^  fireiast 'KveekbyTliepity a'ugyit'qHlin'i'j*'  .rpmbiic'libraryyaiidya'-'iiiiuih^  ���uessyhpiisesywerebd&sto  yb;G;c!dft-ey Gayagnacb:whpb\va>i 7 tli'e;  T'Veifchb.-ministery^  pf the ytrilal ��� of'lh e'-, Dreyf us ycaseiidied  ;.s'iidyehlyth.i;;. Paris-, oh  yi; A' rearyeiVdycollisionyipetweeii;'; two  passenger ytraiiisybuearyyPaojiyy'Pa'y,  iastbw^lcyyc^ised^ytheydeathsbfyfi  /persbiis bat ]di::i'se^erie'^n)j dries btpbap,  'tyteysiyyyyyyyyyyiy'yiyyyiy  7|;Chief'bpf:'-'policebiyaiihpff,y;of:.S^  yPifei'sbiii;g,"yyUifeeb;;ppiic'eih  ^hree;y;y;womenybyb3'stariders   ���'.w'ere-  seyerelj','injured  lastb.weeky by'..';the.  explpsioiyybf abombwh icli y\yas , in-;;  tended fbr; Ivan ii6f^yy;y:'by;'yyy.y.yyy  bCarl GbColorabi,7an:.Jtaliitn,v was  ^roinidto pieces yin.a.; macaroni; fa c-  tory at yCleveland, 70.,yon;Sept;yT26y  ;He was 'cleaning' the,, doiigh;. mixer  and..was inside y:the machine, when-  the.rknivesy.were set iirmotion.: 77b ;,  yb;lt;.tbbkbJpiiry days; 7tdy; .clear; 7;t he  -Siiez -canal7 of wreckage1 after the  recent'explosion .'pf; So tons of djaia-  ���in'ile;.which' had gbtie; to the bottom  ���in the .'.British'-.ship Chatham.; 'The  explosion was heard '200 .miles.y. - :.'  b'y Frankb Bowns,7-ati..electiicia.u.pf  .'Dawsou, - had ya 11 eke trie current of  2,300 A'blts.pass..through;-.his.system  recently as the .result of coming in  contact with,a live wire.,-'.His hands  were badly burned but he���; will  recover. .7  y;     . ��� :''������;  !���"'.' G. E.Larned, a Loudon amateur,  has broken the world's professional  and amateur .records by coverin  eight miles in 58 minutes and iS 2-5  seconds. The ;' previous b records  we're"5S niin. 37 sec. aiid 58 111 in. 56  sec. respectively.  ..Congressman Williamson, Dr.  Van 'Gressner ancl Marion R.TJiggs  have been' indicted by lhe grand  juryat Portland, Ore., for conspiracy to suborn perjury by inducing  individuals lo fraudulently, file on  government lands.  'Hundreds of thousands of dollars  .worth' of'damage was caused hi', the  stales bordering on lhe Gulf of  Mexico by a terrific gale ou Sept.  30i.l1. A New Orleans rejiort says  that it was lhc, worst, storm on the  gulf coast in ten years.  At .New. York last week lhe investigating comuiillec disclosed the  fact that :lie 'Equitable, and Mutual  life insurance companies had fn:".:*::!  a:poblyip-yloSkb'ufliir ;legisIiitibir.yiK.yy  lyariouf-;;; stales ,b;wy!,d^lTi'at'"t!)ebybrkyyb  'wasyih;phai-ge'()r;Andi"ew';;MiItbib  y; A-;bigTseii;iaiidiiy.was-;Ct-ea;ied-y:bi'i --;  Saturdaj'-lasTar^  lector b;pf7yC,ustpmsyyI>usby;;seizedyab:7  :iiirijibefypfyEi^ncli;,uo-i'el3ywJiich^h  la.t'ely'b^en;reeei^  libniryyyin.'thatV'tpwri'..'^  tha iA h e W we re ;'i m moral ii terci 111 vey iyi:,  y,7A^xl'rc;w7feCasiiQ;bay7\\*ealtliy  miu.er.-'bNv.a^  yhitailybwbtinded^ot  fiii^rglartjV a tb;Gal hi p;y Nv;;MJ''.y;7AssistSyyb  aiiceyar rived -aiid- the iireh;bvlio eothb'y;y  tnittedyythey ;'deedsy;were;sh6tydpwii~yy  before yfheyyiiarlyaych'a'iice;.. to bpScapfeyyb  ' bAiiyy-oi-der-yyiny^y'cputKiiiyy^hasybeen^'b  I'pa'sseci'^a.f-y.p.tt^  leasiiig-ypf -;schboiy';lahcls;yfbryq;iiaiiz;;'  hi iiiingbpri rpo^es''.?";', Lelfses;1111 Vis tyii'pt y..  excpeclyiio-years aikf���Ihey're'sit;wijbliie^b.  30b ce 1 its'bpe.r.-acrebper aiiii 11 m7.-wiLit-iy'  fiyeyper'Cen'ty'rp^vlty;  outyut.;7yyy;;7;b';';.-yb;;7y.;yi.;;;y;7;y:v  b'b'iTl' i s -rep o;r ted ;b i ti; ;iLiye r poo ly-' t hatfby  aziyyAnglp-j'ap'aii&e^-shippwiiiiig  ctirryiiigy'ytoaibiifey-hasyjusfyb^  r a ugecUwitlKi 'Capital istoc k;;bf^25b^*;st5  p^^piyylEbrtj-yysteaihers  2; ppbylpyS/qopyi gi\-\; wlVich ypr igi a a 1 ly-^  W'e'r.e'Rjap'a;iiese;;-''-fhii')3pbr  bf6uglityiiit6;;iise.;b:byyy'7; ;;-���;.7.7yb:.y:;b  77yAtbyr)awsohy ab'iwhile yagobipryryy;  St' rbng- baiidbyjoli'ii'" Graiif i j uinpeci-bv'  Treadgold's'ypiaiiiiib No; 5yabbveypib-"  Bonanza. yThey.yciaimedbyihat;:.theby  amount of fepreseiitatibnywbrk done  -was"-;'��� .insufficient: 7 bin- cpurty hbvi'-"'7  everyTreadgold- wpn;buty: ���'.Strong'1'-'  andGrant.will appeal Ihe^case.;   :y.  ���" A Tokip;report says that the;rea-y;  soil;Japanyaccepted yilussia's jyterins. ;  of peace, tit ..the ^Portsmouth icoiifer-;.'.:  eiice'"' was ibecause she"(eared;abfin- yy  a'ueial y breakdown.    The- war^Ayas '7  much more costly than" she  estima-;  ited- - - a 11 cl ���; t hey gro wi iig ; crops.: of rice;.-'���;.  and ���other, cereals seemed.doomed to :  failu'reV��� .by.'..-;"���-- ..b"b:.yb...      . 7-.,7.,7y..,,y.-.-..  ���'.;��� A typhdon swept"- the "Phiflipave ���'..'.  islands you   the   27th  and  28th of  September aiid,killed and  v.-ouiided  .several Filipiu'oes. 7 Over 3,000 peo-y  pie .were Tendered homeless.     Many.  vessels' were lost.on the coast of lhe  island - of-Luzon and' the damage (0  lhe,  hemp   plantations   alone will ,  amount to over $1,000,000.  .    In 'May.,.'it)Oii, two'Canadiaus, li.'  Eitiiiiy,-   of   Victoria,    and   C.   G.  Grant, of Nova Scolia,   were   taken  prisoners   from  a Japanese sealing  schooner by Russians and have <iver  since ; been' confined  iii   prison at ..  Medweid.     Lord   Lansdowne   has  taken the matter up with  the  -Russian .'government   to   secure   their  release.  7ft!v  --...;:-) -'-.. nX'":JM:r  ^t^y^/y'Jtiyffi  ,���,'"!"; ������-,���;.1,"���^-V-.i'l  yyyy|;;||fS  7':yil?llS  7^;-;7'  iyA?  --;;;;--'.-';\  yyy  yy.-.  yyyb  yy  .yy  V&'bc"  yy0  $��m  <<���"'  Stables & f.imisden carry.a stock  of good groceries.  Miners should --try Gelignite iu  their tunnels.���No funics,,does better Work, but costs no more thait  powder at Regan's. ,���  W you are particular, and want  the best and mean lo have it at moderate rates, you will' slop-at the  Eifth Avenue Hotel when in Skag-  W?.v.-  r,,-,l,  tmmmiimffl ,-:��� I  ATLIN,   B.   C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER  The Atlin Claim.  THKATUN CLAIM ispuDi.isuro rvcnv Saturday  MOMMINC.      MAILED    rilEC    TO    ANY     PAMT   OT  TUT  WOI1LO    rOft    OO     CENTS      Pm    MONTH ',      frS.OO    PCM  yc/in.     ADVcnTiGiNG nAics: 1.1.00 pen inch each  insmiTiori;  iitadinc notices, ?n cr��m a Linr.  F.PrCIAL   HATES     ON    APPLICATION.   *<>���>   J015 I'KINTINCi :  BILL-HKA3S. POSTERS, VISITING   CARDS  ' LCTTCn-HCADS, PROGRAMMES,        ETC.,   ETC.  OI1DL-HS    I'nOMPTLY    r.XCCUTCO.  1 PRICES    MODERATE.  Tuk Atmn Cimim  PumasiiiNG Co.  \\\     PorjiAltl).      Git A NT,       KlirruK-MANAf-iKK.  ELECTIONS IN ALBERTA.  The   political   ��� arlies in the new  ' province   of   Alberta   are   ranging  themselves for the election   contest,  ���which is expected early in  November.    In   nearly all  the constituencies   candidates have already been  selected   and  few,  if any, seats will  go undisputed.    Both parties profess  themselves confident of success, but  from   the  information which comes  direct from the scene of [he struggle  the Liberals appear J.o  have the advantage.    Calgarj and .some of the  southern constituencies will  declare  against   the   government,   but  the  northern   ridings   are  regarded  as  ministerial   in  their leanings.    The  ��� influence   of Hon. Frank Oliver in  the Saskatchewan valley is   claimed  to  be real, and of course it is being  exercised with all its strength.   The  French-Canadian and half-breed element is a force iu the north.    If the  Opposition party, is able to   make  a  fair showing of members in the new  assembly its friends outside will undoubtedly be  satisfied,  as they can  hardly look   for  a majority and the  formation of a Conservative government.    The   rapidity of   settlement  in the province,  however,   is   such  that a few years will see a   marked  change,    probably,    in lhe political  .sentiment   which   now exists.    As  an indication of what maybe expected in this particular, it is worthy of  notice that in the Rosebud constituency a settler from the state of Kansas is a candidate in   the   Conservative   interest.     He   is  evidently  a  resident of long enough standing to  exercise   the   full  rights of citizenship, and in espousing  lhc   Conservative cause, il is lo be presumed he  docs so because of the clauses iu the  Autonomy Bill which infringe provincial   rights.     We   may   expect  similar action ou the pare of a very  large  majority  of the settlers from  the   United   Stales  who appreciate  the value of lhe national non-sectarian school system, which   flourishes  in    the  lepublic,   and are naturally  '".' anxious that a similar system should  prevail in the country of their adoption.      Before   another    provincial  election the great body of American  'immigrants, now in Alberta will be  iu the enjoyment of all the privileges  of naturalized citizens, and  it is not  difficult   to comprehend the change  this will make in tiie political complexion of the counliy.  But   at  the present time, and for  the purpose of the present  election, j  the ri'S'.iit in A Iberia will not be an-'  ticipalcd with anything  like the interest  that  the result in Saskatchewan will.    There, the influence of  Mr. Ifaullain is confidently expected lo counterbalance, if it does not  largely negative, all the advantages  which the Scotl administration possesses by ils control of public affairs.  Iii Saskatchewan, too, lhe reactionary element is less powerful, and  while the distribution of constituencies has been made as favorable as  possible to the northerly riding,  where the half-breeds are most numerous, il is not expected that even  this will count greatly to the advantage of the government. *  'v^  A London despatch says that the  terms of the new Anglo-Japanese  treaty have been published. Tl is a  very close alliance and amongst  other tilings stipulates that if cither  nation   goes   to   war the.  other   is  bound to conic  All lhc powers  rights   in   China.  to   ils  assistance.  are   given   equal  The  treaty is to  remain iu force for ten years. As a  result of Ihis new alliance the naval  station at .Singapore gives England  a strategical position, from which  she can absolutely prevent the passage of any foreign naval force into  the China sea, thus rendering her  capable of suppressing all communication   between  China and Europe.  SIXTY Hays after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ni' Lands and Works to purchase forty  acres of agricultural hind .situate thrcc-  ipiartcrs of u mile north of Atlin townsite,  described as follows: Commencing at , a  post' planted on the north cast corner  marked '*G.J1. S." north cast, corner post,  thence west 2(1 chains, tlicnce south 20 chains,  thence cast 20 chains, thenco north 20 chains  (o point of commencement.  G. M. Shirley. ,.  Atlin, H.O., Sept. 7th, 1905. '     n18  fHPlAKR Notice that, sixty days after date,  -"- I. on behalf of the Hritish I'likon Navigation Company. Limited Liability, intend  to apply to the Chier Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase for  terminal and industrial purposes, on behalf  of sniil company, the following described  tract of land, containing one hundred and  sixty (Hi!)) acres, more or less, situated in the  Cassiar District, Atlin Divinion: LViiiimnnc.-  ing at a post situated in the south west corner of Windy Arm, tlicnce running from this  post south .SI) chains, tlicnce west 20 chains,  tliencc north SO chains, thence cast 20 chains  to place of commencement.  Hritish Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  Pur '1'. I1'. SoiiAiisciiiriPT, Supt.,  Agent.  Dated this 1 Ith day of August, 191.".. o'il  T  "1AKU Notice that, sixty days after date,  lend to appl.v to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, containing eighty acres (80) more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin Division:  Commencing nt a post situated iu the south  cud of Windy Arm. tlicnce running from this  post south II) chains, tlicnce east 20 chains,  tlicnce north 10 chains, thence west and  along the .shore lino to point of commencement.  II. W. K. Can.vva.s;  Per      P. I'\ SoiiAiisoiiiiiOT,  1 Agent.  Dated this lltii day of August, 190.".. o'il  rilAKK Notice that, sixty days after date,  -*��������� I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fur permission to  purchase tlio following described tract of  l.iiid, containing nighty (.SO) acres, nioru or  less, sil uiited iu lhc Cussiiir District, Atlin  Division: Commencing ill tlio north wcr,t  boundary of II. W. IC. (Jiiniivan's locution,  ihciicc running from this point, south ���(()  chains, il.euci) west 20 chains, thence north  It) chains, tlu'iico cast 20 chains to  point of  I'OlllllU.'lll.'OIIICIll.  P.   I''. SoilAIIHf'II.VmiT.  Dated this lllli iln.v of August, iHOii. o21  r I "Mill*; Notice that, sixty days nTter date,  -���*��� I, on behalf of C. Wyuu Johnson, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works tor permission to purchaso  tlie following described tract of land, containing eighty (.SO) acres, more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin Division:  Commencing nt a post on thu lloiindary Line  belli ecu tlie Yukon Territory and Hritish  Columbia, situated on the. west side of  Windy A I'm, thence running from tiiis point  west. 20 chains, tlicnce southerly 10 chains,  thence east 20 chains, tlicnce north and along  tlie shore line to point of commencement.  C. WvxN JollNta'ON,  Per T. IticilAllDS,  Agont.  Dated this itth duy of August   190.7. o2l  Why skni. out wiirs you can iiht noons as cii-sai* iibhk?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and all kinds or Jewelry inniiii  factui'cd ���iu I lie premises.  Fine New Stock ol Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ����id Diamonds  Watches from *?."i.OO up. Agents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  ' &     S<ln?     ATLIN   AND  DISCOVERY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewclrs.  Safety  Deposit Vaults  They   are  .Waiting   for   You!  IN  A  9  &��*��. m2f* ^3_^����f^  Carpels and Hoaesc eFurnisltings*  FULL    LINK    Ol"*   BOOTS    and   SHOES, '  also    COI.D  AND  SEAL    HI I?  CUM"'BOOTS:  I��  .9  AiHisn zwtd  '�����J   SSfsc&very, 13. C.  Successors   to  J. H. Richardson.  Canadian .Pacific Railway Company   -  ��� -      nn ii���jiin Ni-i-ir.Tiiiif tiintn1���"1*-"* ���"���*"���"  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAU.INGS.  S. S. PRINCESS MAY,       '-��       OcromcR 4,  16. and 2S*  S. S. PRINCESS BEATRICE   -    Oct. 10, 23,  and Nov. 4*  Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct   to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without, extra uhnrge.  We give quick service.     No intermediate culls.     .      TJ      T)    ' "J"\ ���  For rates or information apply to-     *-JL.    i���).    *-J LI 11 i-i.^  Agent. SksgK'uy-  TB E WHITE PASS& YUKON ROUTE  Through   Line  from  Skaguay   to  Atlin,   White   Horse,   Big  Salmon,  ��� Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finf.lv  appointed-trains daily, except Sunday, between Skaguay  Caribou  and  ^hitehorse.  Carry passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express--  TIME   SCHEDULE   CF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North Hound, i  No. 2.���South Hound-'  9.110 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUA1T     Ar. L'HIp'.m-       ','  2.10 p.m. J.v.       CARIBOU      Lv. 11.50 a.m.  4.80 p.m. Ar. WlllTJi HOKS15 Lv. 9.30 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAM BOATS:  Leave CAKf HOU B i>. m. Tuesdays,      Arrive A'lLl.N 9 a. m. Wcdiies.dii.v-s.  �����> lk ���*) I)   in    JtViuilYSt ;)  il. III.  Oili-Ul imjbi  ,.eavo ATLIN r. p.'n .'.Mondays. -  Arrive CAIII HOU 7 a. m. Tuesdays.  ,.uivc AJ.(j        .-.j,.,,,. xhui'.ilai'.v. " " Tu.iii. l'��(ln.vs.  ISO pounds or baggage will he checked free with each full lure ticket uud TO pounds  with ^^f,^'0,,;^^,; llt'Uellots {��� time to have li.iggi.ge inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  ��SF-*     Baggage   Bonded   ThrougJi-  Vov  information  relative  to  Passenger,   Freight, iixpress nud Telegraph Hates,  applv to anv agent of the Company or to  M..L1LWIUT13. G. P&V.A.,            J.  LI PSCOM BE. '     K. D.PINNliO, Asst.GK.i P. A.,  VtiMr-nnvr-r. Ii. C. Agent, Atlsn.            Skaguay   A itiska.   SPEED  SAFETY  COW! FORT.  THE 1'IONIiKU ALASKA TASK.  Steamers leave SKAGWAY for  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern   Ports  CAKIIYINC    IJ.   S.   MAH.u  Humboldt,  Oct. <>, 17, 27  Direct.  City of Seattle,    - Oct. 11, 21, 31  Via Vancouver.  Cottage City,     -    Oct.  10,   25  Via  Victoria  and Sitka.  ffX&-   Above   Schedule   Subject to  Change  Without  Notice.  C. D. DUNANN, Gcii. Pass. Agl.,  10 .Market Street, San I'Yuiiciseo, Cal.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE BEST OF GOODS  Sam^   %SoSi��sstones   Prop.  I   Have   Re-opened  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Class Hotel.  Dining-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars   On the Waterfront,  Men'.. Suits Cli-ai.cd nml Hcpnircd.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for and Delivered.    *  Gush on Delivery.  MrS.   M.   Fenn,    Proprietress.  '.   a* metis   tr-^suesSlS^,  The Reliable Shoemaker,'  1) ISO.) VICKY,   Ii.   C.   ~0      .  Rubber Boots <a Specialty.     '  MIMq  Ledge,  A. F. &. A.fVl.  lingular eiiiiiiiiniiiea-  lions l.cl.l on tne tirst  Thursday of each month  In ihe A. O. IL W. Hull,  Third Street.  Visitiu" brethren cordially invited  ED.  SANDS,   Proprietor,.  Johnson   &   Durie,  Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT.  I'l KST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  ;      CONNECTION  lleudmiai-ters for Dixon's stage.  -i'J  41  yj  ic-L ATLIN,   B.,C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   7,   '1905  P-��r"H  99  AT LBN' zasveti   DISG@VERYt  Our Stores  in   both   Towns, are, now fully stocked- with   full  - lines  in   Groceries- and  Dry  Goods.  r**T*f.yTr.-i"J~ ^-rwj-Ttr%  A.  1 . Co.��� Ltd.  -A. S. CROSS., President.  Conrad City Quarto Mines,  New Arrivals.  Foilowi'i  Extensive   Development Work  Be-j     rouowill�� is  "-  list ol'those who  ,   log Doiie-Capltallsts ' are 1,avc reccilt-y :i1'* ived per the .Scolia:  Becoming Interested, j Sept. 30���J. IJ. Wolkc,  lid:   Stein -  The following is fro 111 the- While-  rfp~  HE 1  TIT  IN  APKF  -T  Co, Lt.u  horse Star <3l'a recent dale: J. H.  Conrad anived on lite train last  evening* accompanied hy a number  of   noted   capitalists,     iu  an inlcr-  way  and   Win. Clarke.    Ocl. .*������  V.    Switzer,   b\   I,.  Morris, J.  ford, J. Stanley,   lb W. Wliite  E. A. Murphy.  -O.  Tel-  and  ir-  FRESH-DRESSED   MEATS,   also  =kt���-�����=!=��  Al I la i lies, Alaska, last  week   a  view ?dr. Conrad declared the,work]soldier   named   White  shot  an-In  011 all the pmopertics around Conrad  City" was progressing very aws-  pictousjy.  Excellent progress has been made  by H. W. Vance in" building , the  tram .and if the weather continues  favorable it will probably be completed in two weeks.  Messrs Conrad and ��� Bristol are  pushing the work on the Big Thing-  group. They have also a force of  men building winter quarters on  the Thistle and Aurora properties  which have been mentioned as of  great .promise in the new district.  If the buildings can be provided a  force of men will be kept atr. work  ou these properties all winter.  Conrad mountain, so Mr. Conrad  states, will not be worked this win-;  ter because of the impossibility to  provide houses for the miners. In  the spring, however," the work will  he pushed energetically. Mr. Bristol is also head and front of this  property. ���  Mr. Conrad has appointed K. W.  Vance as manager of all his mines  and he will be assisted by the best  foreman that can be procured on  each property.  Great, results are promised from  this winter's development work, and  these would be still greater if it were  possible to bouse the men for since  Mr. Bristol took hold he has ordered  the development to be pushed forward as rapidly as possible.  The government geological surveyor, Mr. McConnell, has examined the Conrad-Consolidated, the  Conrad-Bonanza and the Big Thing  group and us highly pleased with  the showing and possible "future of  dian. Tlie Indian had given -While  money with which to buy him (the  Indian) a supply of whisk)'. The  soldier' failed to supply the whisky  and when the Indian asked to have,'  his money refunded there was  row.    White was arrested.  C.   DOELKER  POULTRY  OF  ALL  Manager*  .KINDS, .Dressed to Order.  isher's  MP#i  JL.  ��  Estate of James Kennedy,  < Deceased.  TNibpOTlCE Is herehy given that, f have this  -J-^ day been appointed hy His Honor  Judge Young as Administrator of the eatate  of James Kennedy, deceased.  All persons having claims nguiust the estate of above name.! deceased are required  to file same, duly verified, with the undersigned on or before tlie 8:th day of October,  190.";, after which date l wa'U diytribute tlie  assets of said deceased, haying rcgai'd onjyj  tosucl. claims a.s shall then have been filed.  Ail persons indebted to the estate of said  deceased are retpiircd to pay same to tlie  linder'.sigiied on or before sued'i<0th October-  Win. '"  Dated at Atlin, IL C.  12th September, 190,"..;  W. POLLAED GKANT,  sIC���I- Official Administrator'  4  "S-i'i  ^   OLD VATTED GLENLIVE'l  GRAND OLD HIGHLAND,.-. Black Label.  SPECIAL RKSKRVE,....' White Label.  ..Yellow Label.  P  >  ri-r  :UD  ������I  C. H.  ssert.  GOLD  DISCOVERY.  Prop.  HOUSE  .   C.  -    F. 8. Wrong, Mtfr. It  i  llcstiiurant. in Conncclioii  Under  New and Capivblc .Management.  to*  mmm  Estate of James Hunter, Deceased.  "jSTTO'J'fCli Is hereby given that I have this  -��-' tiny been'appointed b.v IIuv Itonor  Judge Young ns Administrator of the estate:  of James Hunter, doeenseiL  All persons Inuring ctaiiiK agitiiisit .the estate of aIwve named deceased are required  to lilo sarnie with tlie undersigned, duly verified, on or before lhe 30th das* of October,  1903, after u*]i;ch date (. wild distribute .the  assets of sard deceased, having regard only  to such claims as tthall have.bec.ii duly filed.  All persons indebted to tlie estate of said  deceased are required to jviy same to the  undersigned ou or before 5!0th  October, 1901.  Dated at Atlin, II. C, September 12th, 190.1.  W. POLLARJ) GKANT,  sKi-t Official Administrator-  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $ I'O.ooo, wo.  R'eskrvk,   $3,500,000.  Branches of t-k-e Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Exchange soffd osd siSS PoSnts.  Skag'way, etc  G-or'.u Dust Purchasko���Assay Oi'-ricn in Co.nnicction  D. ROSS, Manager.  -^TOTICI! Is  --L.N tion will 1  The Hope, Cariboo, Lftah Fraction,  ATCINTA H"KACTJ:O.V,GOXJ>IiN FLEIiCli,  Ciif UP FRACTION, A.vu TOKONTO MIN-  liliAL CLJUMS.  \*ttii\.i:vAi   Ejht Sum a'.tstj .UlM our 1'AOISM  J.AKIi,  N��NK .Mll.IiS AJWVK GCCPJ-IN  GaTI-I,  Atlin   .Min/nm   Divcsie.v,  as   Cassiau  l/ESl'lIICT.  rpAKE NOTICK that, the  Iit-gincer Mining  Company, SpoeiaJ I'l-ec Miner's Certili-  eato No. 5721, iiitenil t-ixty ilaj'.s from the dute  the    properly,     and    States   he    has j hereof, to appiy to the .Mining Keepider for  Certificates of fniiM'oi'enicntsfoi* the purpose  of obtaining Crwivu Grants of the above  mineral claim*,'.  never seen anything in the north to  compare   with   it and will so report  to the government.  The other day lightning struck  the steamer Al-Ki when she was  passing through the Wrangel narrows. The only damage done was  the destruction of the ship's conipas.  Everybody aboard was badly heightened as the vessel was carrying a  cargo of dynamite.  ffjv.fii.,-r..ii ...'.i-amr..., -121  Court of Revision.  Atlin Assessment District.  IK Accordance with the provisions of tlie  "Assessment Act" the first session of the  Court of Revision and Appeal for tho Atlin  Assessment.District, will be held iu the Court  Kooui, Atliu, 11. C, on Tuesday, the twouty-  fourtli day of October, A. I)., 19(ir.,at tho hour  ���of ten o'clock in the forenoon.  W. POLLARD GKANT,  JiiiIj,i. of the Court of Revision  and Appeal.  Dated at Atlin, Ii. C, 2Ht.h September. HKITi.    I  And further tuke Koticethat liction, under  Section Jv'o.117. imist.be eomuieiiecd before the!  issuau<co of  such Certificates* of   improvu-  l|]'-||<:S.  DaleiJ. this tstilnv ofAugust, 11)03.  Tllli KXGLVKKKS -MINING Co.,  oU A. P. Mkad, Prcs.  "J  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  OOLD S'J'IiiNGICIL NORMAN and   KA.M-  MA .MLVKJiAL CLAIMS.  LOCATKIJ ON TUK UaHT SlIJK III' TAKU A il.M OT  Tahum Lakh, Ninh  Mn,i:u   Sotri'ii   oi-*  UtlCAIKS  <J.\'J'I-',,   ATMS   MlNIN'i  l);r]HIONl  Oil* CAHHIAll DlH'I'lllC.T.  "1AKL Notice Unit tlio Ungiiieer Mining  ConiiMkiiy, Lid., SpecJul i'Veo Miner's  Ccrtiii'cuf e No. .1721, iiiicuil si.vl.v iliij's froni  the date hereof, to apply l<* the .Mining Ru-  eorder for Certilicntcn of l.inproi'eiiieiits for  tho purpose of olitulniiig Crown (jrantsof  the ul-oi'e mineral claims.  And further take uottco that action, under  Section No. :I7, iniist, be commence.! before  the issuance of sucli Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 21st dny of August, 190.1.  Tllli KNGINUKR MINING Co., Ltd.,  ��28 A. IL JIi-AD, Pros.  NOTICE.    ~~ ~  NOTICE. Is hereby given that the owners  of tlio"Mon-Union" leaso on lioulder Crock  will not lie responsible foranydebts contrac-  tod by tho lay men, for labor or supplies.  ������'.''' A. S. CROSS,  Atlin, Jimp 2iith, HKll;       Mamigiiig Owner.  jl-J-lm  "OTICI! Is licreby given that, applica-  i be made t-o tlie Pai-liaiueiit ol'  Canada at its next, session i'or an act to incorporate a comr.iany with authority to construct, equip, maintain mid operate a railway of standard or narrow giiase from a  point at or neaa- Scill(.i-rlc 011 tlio Yukon River  diitlie Yulion Ten-itor;.', south westerly by  tho most feii'iiiblo route towards Aish-ihik  Ltltc, south westerly' through McKiuley  Pass to the junction of the Dozadcash and  Kusktiwalsh llivei's, tlicnce along tlio valley ���  of the Alsek River by tiie most feasible route'  to a point .between tlio 120�� and 13S�� of  Longitude on the international boundary  line.  Also from tlie aforesaid Selkirk by the  most feasible route'iilanj; tlio valley of tiie  Lewes River ro a, point on tlio l',igSalmon  Kiver, tlicnce across tlie Dig Salmon River to  and along tlie valley of tlie llootaliiiqun  Kiver to Lake Teslin, along Teslin Lake and  from thence, by the most feasible route in a  southerly and easterly direction across lhe  Stilcoen ltii.'or, in a south westerly direction  along the Naas valley and Kil'iimigalliiin  valley through the Kitimat valley to Kitimat  Ann in Hritish Columbia and lo commence  construction at any ixiin"! (hereon: with  power to construct, uixiiriaiu and operate  brunch lines and all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses and wharves; to consl met,  own und operate telegraph and telephone  lines i�� connection with thu said railway and  brunches; lo construct, purchase nr otherwise acquire, charter, obtain control of,  navigate and keep in repair slenniers and  other vessels to ply between ports iu Canada  anil between ports in Canada and ports outside of Canada, carry and convey passengers  and freight and carry ou a general trans-  porlation service iu conncclioii with the said  railway, and to sell and dispose of such vessels; to acquire and utilize water anil steam  power or any other power for tlie purpose  of generating electricity for lighting and  motor purposes, or for any other purposes  iu and may operate I lie said railway by any  kind or motive power: to expropriate or  otherwise acquire foreshore riglils and  lauds for right of way, station grounds* and  othei* necessities: to acquire, take und receive lauds or. any other aid from the government of Canada or from any provinces or  districts'   thereof,   or   from   any   n icipal  corporation or persons towards the con-,  striictioii of r.nid railway or works: to levy  and collect tolls from nil parties using and  on all freight passing iu or over tin; said  railway or the bridges, vessels, or lands Of  the company: to make traffic nnd other ar-  1 amro.nents  with other railway comp.-i���ict  o.* ..n,,...o,,se.���dfor ell other i,s���,..Uii���l necessary powe.-,'and i***ivi!cges;*o ra,.,.y ������  imsiness of a general t radii  of 1111 exjiross compau'-,  lease hotel*, and to own, mi,,,, ailll cxl,iove  and deveJopo minora! lands ���fl<] to <"N",��,e  a general mining business  railw; _      ...  ��� i-.l-uiiu* ne  the  g company and  to own, manage and  carry ou  :.    ��� ,     .   ,,      , --���- "d any busiuesr  incu.ental lo tlie purposes aforesaid  Da fed AiigiL,:tl7th,inil.-,.  o28  ���a w.. a ta non,  Solicitor for Appliun  Magnesite Mineral  th  Situate  iu  Claim,  ie Allin Mining .UivLslonoCCas-  ,   -siarJliitriet.  Where located :-East of Atlin townsite ui.J  adjoin.i,..- tl,0 OIU.t  boundary line of the  tO��'IIK{lu.  r riAKIi Nol'ice'that I, A. C. Ffirsehfcld, I'rce  --*- .Winers Certificate No. II ."iiOJll, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to .apply t��  (ho M.n...g^ec<u-,ler for a Ce.rt-Viou.ie >.r Improvements, for .the p,,,-,,^,. ol0:,t,ui,.M,-.��  Crown &r&.n< otitiic a'bo-ve elainu  And further take nolicc thai actioii. under  scclion 37, iniisj, be coiiinienccd before the issuance of such Cortifleat,. of Improvements.  Dated tins Hit 1j day of September, lill.'.l     nil  Auiiually,to fill the new pr.sil ions created br  Lailroiul and Ti-legi-nph Comininies. -U'e iviu.s  Young [Won and Ladies of good JinWts. ti,  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND   R. R. ACCOUNTING.ESS57  We furnish 7.1 j.er cent, of tlie Operators am!  ..tatii.il Ageut-i in America.   ().������ ���ix sc-hooli  ; ri ���   v ;m77,s-ti-'V1' rs,,v'-   ^-''"'I'h Sch.K.l*  I.I III.. VVOIiLl). Lstub is hei 20 veurs and en-  di.rM-d by all leading Unilivav <j��i"ial"  �� e CN.'ciito 11 4I2.10 i'oiiil to every s( mioiiT t.i  liiinisli hiniorheraposKioiipaviiiirfmiiiSir  to ?fbO a month 111 States enst of the Rock*  MouiitniiiH,oi*{roni s,., to ��HXI a mouth in  fti.ile-i west ol the Jiockjes, imiccdi.itclv u��on  Qr.idu.iticn. '    '  Students can enfor at ony time. No vncu-  tioiis. I-or lull iiiirtJcuhirs regarding anv of  our -schools write direct to  ollicc at Ciiicliiuati, O.   "  our executive  Catalogue free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Allan!,!, Ga.  Te��;(irli,iii/i��� fex.  Uuffalo, N. Y.  tnfrossc. Wis.  San francisco, Cal.  Send us your Job VxW*vg ^.j/.j*^^j.s��a^AVj.vt'tfJWi*j.rjais����:  ^w?*yry&^&-^^ i$  ^TLt.N,;:b;Bb7C.,b's^  I'....*;  ??l'i  m  mSB  vi^yyy  3b  11  vi&ST.;  Branch   Store   on   SPRUCE-CREEtV.  y?/yyyy^;!yy;.yy;yMimngi,;'NGtes.y^  by;b; Open'y miuiiigyy on'yMcKee creek  bbhasy cIosedy:ydo\yny7lbr',.tney season':  :���'!:;During;,the season the Anialgamated  yyMcKeey Creek yMiijiugbCc^...; S.yHb  yyypiuuibe :mahageiyywere;operalihg;'in  ybythe yicinitjry;ofydiscovery claiiii7,'J-lie  7yycompah}bexppsedyand,dea:uexb  li"square;,yards yofybedrock, ywith^an  y averageyheiglit-ofgnivel 6fypii'e:hun-  by tired and';'.thirty-two y fect,y winning  ;.y '$24,000771117 gold yatyah:expeuse of  b-'some7$r2,ooo.byV\ratei" .-was l.urned^  ;, ;on -May i4th,bbut,the^supplyysoon  byydeereasedyuntil; only-one,shift could  yyybebAyorked.yyyThe/scarcity ofywaler  7.ythis���Isummerb reduced;'they yardage  b*verycoiisiderably;and;7:the yabseiice  pfpowdeyr fory-three weeks'wasy also  y bay ;Selrback.;yyyStiilyyythey; results .bire  77; satisfactory ^iL-yiewbbf ythebsmall  by;-crew.', y^empioyeid'b .and , the. great  yyyy amount y,pfyyprelimiuary,\vpi"kydoiie  i'l forbxiext: season.y Mr.-F. T. Ham-  yyshaw, ytheypresident oflhe-couipaii}';,  ,yrywho :was, iibfor;a few days last;week;;  .:.'-'Says' the.ycompany,yiu tends' to ,-itstaU  ; y electricalyshovels next season, which;  byyityyyis;; ^^ct^y'bviliyiiandle theydirt  '������. ���'mbi ^..expeditiously';". 'This company  ;has .let a. lot.of.lays for the,, winter.  yyMr;y;Piumbe leavesy-foiy- NewbYork  ..on Monday.",.;';   b  .; y yy  -Ginaca '���';&;' Co., L. Giuaca maiia-  ';���������; ;ager, have: been, operating a mile or  so above the above, meiitioued com-:  pany, .and just above the. in ou Ih":'.'', of  "b Eldorado.byyThe ygravel 'here- is   a  '.; very y.hard .".wellow..   cement, .wash,  .. similar..;;: to7; portions;, of "Pine creek  y -.wash..'.-���-'���; This   company made   ar-:  ��������� rangemenls  for the use,of the ditch  .and   pipe  line -of the.' 'McKee Consolidated Co.''!.and'with'a   350   foot  head   did   a. lot of work with a.five  y. inch nozzle: : Water was not turned  on till. July 6th,'.and in all only some  y_5oo hours .pining  was  clone.'   The  .number  of square yards of bedrock  yyeleaiiedywas"5,000, with an average  yiieight.. Of 'gravely ���'bf.rji-.Teet.b.''; The  .number ; of men "employed: did, not  average more than five for the season.  ��� ���'������'.���.Messrs.;������'. McDonald   and   Maloy,  who are working 011 a private claim  between the' twobontfils mentioned,,  have been engaged iu ground sluicing and have cleaned a'piece.of bedrock   150  feet long, by 25 feet wide  with an average height of gravel of  25 feet, and have  taken   out   good  money for their season's work.  Tom Kirkland has been working  his McKee creek property all sinn-  mcr and, though not ou bedrock,  obtained very satisfactory results.  Cox & Co., of Spruce,' who have  been closed down for some weeks on  account of water, are at work again,  having got in a large pump by tlie  lust boat. '  '   .-"  The steam shovel 'on Spruce continues to do good work.  .yy y.y:y   .Lbcalb;Eyents.y:yy;ybjby,  b^p'arkeivS-yrEbiinl.aiiis'v 'Pens,-ball  sizes ;iud;pricesyat.C.yR-yBoiinie's.''.  ��� -'briie-latest 'magaziues'rindbpap'ers  areiahyaysonyiiand.iiityPilliuau's.yyy  by ;yivu 11- yl i n eb; 9 fyy SI i���o t y^C?. u: 1 ;;h 1 icl bR i_ He  Cartridges atyRegan's.Hardware." yy  y : ySIcDonald' s:-y G rpcieryy-bbiialces y a  specially of hesli7'eggs -andybiiIter.,  -���; Gorrespbiidchceisiuade b^pleasure  .by'yusiug7theynew stock.of;(iiie;wril-  iiigyijapei" jihdeiivclppesatBburiie^s;  yy; ��� E. b 'Ay' M ii rph y, y gen t a t' Sk ag way  fo'r\the���yPacificyCoastyS.ySbCpy,;was  in town-fxii;: a few iibiirs Wednesday  ;yy^;y dance-vi'iliyy^  Koo Lenay: hall '���'''to'ii igh ty: i n y h oupr- o f  Mrs; A';bRb McDbnaId,: j' \y.hp'-';leaves  tortlie coast. oh;"ft^^  yi'A:. ;Dunbar Tay 1 or visited tlie local  ;schb:ol:-!;biu7.Tuesdayyaiidyyrecited .a'  coupleybf liisybest selections;������'���fcrbjthe  amusement of the. scholars.ybyyby-':-.,'  ���.���Burn thisyfac'tin^  i t yyis'7 'worth: \ reuiemberin g.y. t li ere- is.  biitoiie strictly first-class; hotelbin  Skagway--Itis,;the FifthbAveiiue.  Our carriageyhieets all'tfaius.y;byiyy  7yTliedancegiven;puyFriday night  of last-week :in;;aid;ofthey:Atliu7 fire  deparlment; was.fairh'well atteiided;.  The. ymusicyaiKryi-eireshmenlS'were  lip-lbp'bjfnd" "everybbdy preseiityyeii-  j 6y eel; themselves^ thbrbughly.yyyyyyy;  y b,KNTiSTRY;---rywillbe inyAtlin  for-twobyeeks or; so. ..Parties-desirous of having bbeir teeth attended  to should, call 011 .me immediately  and arrange for sittings.���Dr.L.-S.  Keller, First Street, Atlin.; y y  ,, On .AVednesdayieveniiig a dance  was 'given; by. Mr. and; "Mrs.- Gore  and-'-Messrs.;. Ruffner, Switzer, Bracket t and 'Breeze.at tlie .A tlinclub to  many of their friends.- -There was.a  large gathering,- the music and refreshments,were excellent and everyone declared ,.that it was the dance  of the season.;    b y.  . The'.McClary famous ranges and  heaters at Regan's.; ���:' ��� ,;y' '������;'���*  Every man ovves it to himself aiidhis family  t'o niasler a trade or profession. Keadtliedis-  pliiy ailvoriisenient of tlie six Morse Schools  of Telegraph}*, in this issue and.Icnrii how  easily a young man or lady.may learn telegraphy and be assured a position.  Atllii tradiflg* te9s;  in   lyC yu'  .   bAT;  -PER   SHARE.  Original Par Value  $100.00 Per Share.  . W E --"l i f i ve-' bi 11 \'b;i bo ti ty  y; One Dozenybf'those*  Apply   to  N. C. WHEELING,  Agent.  ju���� AMmwm i  ,    A   Large   Shipment  Of   NEW   GOODS.  O o o  Lowest  Prices  in : Camp  at  UWM%, ,���,:��� ycach: b  7W7b'yy,jeft.7bV  'yby:7yy-yyOur,,]fe\'s,yGirk;,yiitid y-;M;isses;.Shbes1'by...',yy''v,  '������'^���t'^'^-0-"'^^''^'^'^  yyy m,3yi T<$mo w^^.byp^ 'hgyy^Wffir::l  bireygoiiig. I^iislbnud; tliisliiibbwill; soon beyycleared.  1'rwc7St iiiy Lead Mnyysi^yp  yyyyy'iyyirh^  iiliilsybii'iiiiiil?  MWtmU Hysbili m��m  y  vzxz=3M.TZz:xz*Lrtru ���  i��tA'^Msrr^ii^^U^rxtaarxx7ir<X!Ttier.y  yyyyyy^333ir!^  i.yy:'i:y':yyyy..yyy\ yyy':yyyyy(itfh9��'&&  i^/jgS^y -Mail Ordersbp^  iyySelWMeasurement. Blanks a  !;Si&ALL:'^NDyLARGEbGRD  HEyyii-^y'Il  RWftW-'-y^ &^:&&&&&��Ib&&&9& ���  ^yyyQJB^  THE  DINING-ROOMb IS CONDUiCTEDwPN  STRICTLY FIRS'lV  y l^y-'yiyyiyyiy 'yyyy-'::  SSEiit:::y;MGTE  OIXC5S:    l3nf��THERS,bP-OF)r(etors.:7 7  yPoblb &:,;.;.'Siniardsr:y-:';Free'.:,  Freighting arid jeaniin^  7e^y:;7.":.7-.-\Jior5es'.yahd'bRi^s;'fd'r-.'-i1ire.'  w  9  TALLWi I RE   &   BEN N ETT,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CAKtVUCI  tllOfttSI WINI.S.. LIOUOIIS ANi) CISAHS���t'ASL GOODS A SI'LCIALTY.  *����VV**A>AA*^A!<V*A^A#VVV^AA^-'^  V/V-AA^V^MwVV(VVVVV'^A^VA��A>'-����V< O t*>VV*"A--VVVV1ii-VWV'-yW  ise  mm -of Iftli-ftufi? iim Per Fad.  i^<A/'-/*,A"V'^vVVV*.A^^  I  1  THE  Half-Way ' House.  '��� a haven for all  tinvi Hers. TIkmik^-Ik  ��ic fri!i!-n,i|ii���j. u'i.,1  ''��� hracei'M f:, ihe .  hii as reficJiing as  " dew or thr. early'  " '" ling. An i(|..���|  liiiimer juid iviut,-)-  i   soi t.  i'AIVIES   CLARK,  J'KOl'KIIi'J'OK.  y��  yl  1  A I  1  iii  It  ft  M

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