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 4Mvaa5?:  -^-Tv?r"^>"'.~'  Vpr^'r3.  :ATIvIN;;::B;- G ;,i .SATURDAY, ���> ;��� OCT OB ER ;^i 4,;! 90 =  ::li:tSgKSfillffi^  !^Postmaste^  .;.:; :.T;W 0 .�� 'Chi lcl vefti- Bx\ r nQti��ta;<::DMili^<  K��er;  ^^iWmi|v|S'^flofilc\Sisy-e.t i fi iigjfrpnr't'iie  ;^por't]olio%^  ���'^���SirvA^ilfnd'iii'auri'e  ;"J"p^b:ab!e;?^^  ;:;;';;;future|sate^^  .'r^fsHi'pJi.rib^^  f ^Lw6rtli^'\yitl>Vje-rili e'yJvi beralicaiiciiclate^  ������rj;r''f6i":tlie'i>yiititite'il?'$eat^  ^ippbftiapd^^  Kf0,fe:,Rice;:ff^  ;, ;VcbuyefjT;$we^  v)'?clepot illere��toda^3B;33M^&MMM  l^fcpeab'idsV^^  S^den tVof; till efWesternsC  ;;fiat'y?"a^  "Mdncatoi-s^  ?ftiay,;;atnPa;sW  '-���?S;bbO"rmeii' ;f6r;* = cb!tstrUCtibn 'work'  on different divisions!  Berkeley, Cal., Oct. 12.���Two  children, were burned to death and  many thousands of dollars worth of  property destroyed by .forest-fires'  in this district yesterday. Over 30  farms with buildings and crops were  devastated.  New Westminster, Oct. \'i.���The  Dominion   Fair  receipts show a de-  . ficit of $4,000, which, is mainly due  to the bad weather experienced.  Nanaimo, Oct. 12.���The heaviest  rain and wind storm in this vicinity  for  many years has raged continu-  ���.ously during the past   week.    Over  - 30 feet of the government dyke were  swept'away and .considerable other  damage done.  -Seattle, Oct. 12. ��� "Swiftwaler  Bill" Gates, the noted' Klondike  ���plunger, arrived here two days ago-  from Fairbanks: Alaska, and is  making things exlieincly lively in  the city. He took a bath in champagne and then tried to buy all the  seats in the grand opera house, but.  when told that the most of them  had already been sold he offered  May Irwin, the leading lady, $5.000  to play sick and not appear.  Pittsburg, Oct. 12.���An Adams  Kxpress Company clerk in this city  has stolen a package containing  $100,000 and made his escape.    .  Tokio, Oct. 13. ��� '?hc British  steamer Leho struck a floating mine  a few days ago and sunk. .Fifteen  people  are.missing and it is feared  ���  that they have been drowned.  :���:, St.. Petersburg,   Oct/1 i3.-^The  Tartars; have   taken   -possession.-of  many Trans-Caucasian villages and  expelled,all. Russians. ,  Washington^ Oct'. ^.TrChiiia has  askecj'^.Uiici^  vvMncli\slVc---cIaimsra'sv'daiiihges'';'6ii;be-.  ;lialfy"6f:' iiia:iiyfCelest'ials'/Kv.ho.'; have  been .Reported 'if-^Mr^^^^r^yyvf  gvHionpJ^^  lhe;-cj.;e\y^  pbrt��'Slferufa;h^  011 -;!c'l 1 arges':?yF;'-p6'ii h terfeit iii g:^ -&0 ver:  :recentiy;;passed^  iyi^aucquvei^Q  Day i dson ;;5��a;| jil free':: S'year.pld^cliild;*  was[ ru n;,;oy er|;By,;ati:s t reet/|;car^;ahcf  Id 1 lecl'li eYeljWed iiesd ayS;^'��ffi;B'T^?:;!?  |\p'Peterb*qro;-J;f^  '|Go\y;-.;^  ;quitVed;^  Hilljt.liasibeehlfpuiid;;'gu  slang htert;a^ttie^a^  f;')f|^;|BH^Ciei]air^6  jias/:��b'e^  ;S;;;A;n y effort jai' ;.0>|ing��m^de:at:Giii-;  cuiiiativtoi;pbtaiii;fa-^  ^rs^'CHad^icl^  V;^h��f printer^  Y.^^asi Beemgra^  sched*ulej;asy&irianded:^  ;i;((Johir;iX;R&  $roj'o3J^  ,"tiqnal\b("^^  :J*'^?^Eurek:ivS(Gal;^ydespatch^says'  that*"vthey ; steamer^S t.'' ;ipaul^\veiit  ashore last week at Point Genda.    ���  Governor Mclnncs has invited  the miiicts of the'Yukon to send in  suggestions for the new mining-  code.    ' '     -  A'trapper named Edward Hardy  committed suicide at Dawson last  week after being on ;a protracted  spree.  Quiet has been restored between  the JVInsselmen and Armenians at  Revel, Russia, by the presence of  troops.'    '  After being prohibited- for over a  year boxing, exhibitions will be held  in Chicago ' during the coming  winter.  A Constantinople despatch states  that .Roumanians attempting to provoke Greece to commit some overt  act so that the  former  country will  Iiave--';.;.spme^  ^caUngfi'..Qree.k.\'pp^  'riiania'^: ;.;,'.���. ...c.^^  fWSixtNy'^cdhstructibu^aroiuvorkers:  struck;1:; for; J a; i 11 i h er 1 i'o u r i'-:'c\ a y'a I; -fyd.  cehts'an hour, at Wiriiiipe^oii Satiir-  day/last^*:^;^;^  M On-'October:;v6tli "��� tlVey';Doiiiinipii  gebldgicaf:snrveY';boat��  ;aslio're;.'p;n. Race���.���frocks iifi^lie"-straits;  of/Jtian dC:^.uca^-.P::':::;/\:.-r;^^  ,soh,;will buiId:several iie.w"steamers;  l\y.ith:|;\yhich;.tp.<haiidle^  ion-tlie'lower: Yukp'hCC  vJ:{The. iAilaii ;L,iiiey,cpuipany-;\yill  build; two'uew ,tu'rbine;steamei:s;Pf:a  'speed; Pf; rS;knots ";eadi''.for)tVie;'M6n;i:  :treal-Liverpobi:'rdute.$!:,;;; ;v:i.v;.,;;^,::'^:;'  :^,;Aijcpastii  tAveen ^ShaiighaiXaiid^ietsiu ;struck  a;.-fl.pa'ting:mine;;last;Ay'eek^^  ;Fifteen^liy6sj.wereyi6st^  j- Thirty ;men:;:: are-~;itiiprisoned-:-iuyai  ;buriiiiigp coal:;. -mine -Jat'SFlorence  :Cpioradb.y;:?Tliere..iS;;yery/littlevIiope'  pfrre'scuiirg'themianye.!:/yy/^:v:r;;v  |;:;vA.;niigget'.6f;G^  irig-':','25SVypound.s/y.ms  :the;i^ar6se7''claim-at:Gobait,vOirf  ;it4s^aiiied;.at'$2:iv66o!":^  f*vThe";fiftli'-ico'nime"rciai^  ;Atlaiiticy:;Cable": ���company; "betwceii,  Norlli, America/and; England.,':,:.will  be!cbmpleted"tliis:iubnthV^<y/��� :>/-:  The Dominion custom leccipts for  the past three months were $1,500,-  000 greater tbnn during the corresponding period 'of last year.  The Norwegian steamers Fjord  and Robert collided near Hclsing-  fors on Oct. 3rd. The Robeit sank  and 20 people were drowned.  Last week So per cent, of the  Dail and Fleming mineral claims on  Windy Arm was "bought by T. M.  Daultcn, of Seattle, for $105,000.  An epidemic of glanders is prevalent throughout Manitoba and  hundreds .of horses are being killed  in an effort to stamp out the disease.  A five story building in course of  construction at St. Petersburg col  lapsed on Saturday last and 100  workmen were buried in the ruins.  The slate of Alabama has quarantined Mississippi and an armed  guard is  patrolling   the   boundary  !Jijje;l6';k'cejvpHt;:"il^  JrpfugeesV ;;;;';;'>..-;A'^^���^'���������M\^::^^^^^^fT::-'':  '(��� .Tlie ^admirers^-pfyHPii;.;;'���G-%H;\;.;��'\  :RbsS,",;Ja^  jTrcseitf^riuy-w^  ,cpllecl;ea'',^frb'iii:?':aii':'ifparls^  :;Pommip^i;��;^.^  ^/P^lf.'Be^^  coveije.dJKan^^^  aniVo'i^  .Pure ;;y fo r -_ y t it be re u 1 b.45'i s.-'^^Tii e ���-. Ve ii r e~;s .'��� ::>;:-.  .wiljybe ;iuade;yknp\yi:yn  Stft.licyd'i'ih''^  eaksociety; of ��� t! ie;:'\vorlcl .V ��a; ���^���^^.^i^--:''.  ���.JvH-Tlierin'veBtigatipii;;n.jyXt  ;Ncw,^Pi;knPgis!atureyi.iUp'.;,t  uess;Gf:Seyei-td,offtl!e.;'big\ insurance;;X\  companies,:; discloses': .:.tI.ie''y;ract.'.'';LhVi.t;.'.;!.:''''/.:  immense suhis;P;f: nipuey ���haye';'beeity;;:;  eoiitnbuted;:;;ljy"Lhemv- cTiiriiig^Tfecenty;;;  'y,ea;rs-;..lp;-";caanpaig"n^  lpbliticians'rt-.-C,K^  sueH ���w:ati.;::.StH?:Petersburg^  ^���hn't^iiifiiiediale^  ���'hiade';;tp':,iip:I.d:,'dec'.t'ip'ii-sy  pl"-U;i.iatipna^^  'ybice; pf Hhe-commpn^ people? will'/ibeXXi  .l^rtrd';:::.4;M>:;Witteyj^  ;preuiiers;hip;:;ofj;the;;;empire ot  .;ditipu;'tliat.he;be}giyeii :a::;free";liatiH:;;-y,;  ���a:ii^v.cartp* blaiiclieyi Jn^:tIijfe;ciiQice^pJK\a^^;  cabiiieh,X:yy-;H;M:j'jf-;;:-f;^  ��;:?:A;fSeplil;^  7,th"s^yslhat:vbad.hbiodd;;:;ex'is^^^  itwgeji;^he,irnej];yofj^.i^^  nprtliern fyMauchufiay;;asy;thbse;;:>iii:;;,.;':  cliargecanudt '.agree /pii;any,aiuieable;.'f;^'''  aYmidticel'Va^  \Vmall'squads^\bf"-meii-'are^&f^  occurrence.     The" Russians   insist  that the .Japanese   must retire, but  the latter (irmly refuse to do so.    It  is   greatly   feared    that   the   petty  squabbles   daily indulged   in   may  bring about general fighting before  the elapse of many weeks.  It is now known that three men  were engaged in the hold-up of the  Great Northern express train near  Ballard, Wash., last week. The  bandits are believed to be'in Seattle  or vicinity and cvei'3- effort is being  made by the police to apprehend  tliem. While the 11?asked men were  robbing the express car two boys,  who were stealing a ride on the  blind baggage, attempted to hold-up  the passengers in the Pullman cars.  The boys were captured and arc  now in jail. They deny that they  had any connection with the other  bandits. Upwards of 50 shots weie  exchanged between" the robbers and  the trainmen but nobody was hit.  iXftflffi  ��r^i��  MWMOINKKW1EK3MUI1  =,*LY.1arX!VI.1UI 'IMJlfm  Sale of Crown-Granted   Mineral Claims in the Atlin  Assessment  District for Un-Paid  Taxes.  IIIEIIKHY (HVIJ NO'JtTCE Tlmt oil MONDAY, tlio StXTIf Day of KOVKMISKIt, A.I). IH0.-i.nl I hi' hour f.r ol.-wii oVIoi-lc in I In; rorcnooii.  nit ho Court Uoom, Atlin, I nliii.ll oll'er for Hiilo liy I'uhlic Auction lliu Jlini'i'iil Claims in the list hrn-iimfti'i- sot, out. of tlu< unisons  in tlio ��iii<l list Iiurclimrtur sut out, for which Crown Grants have heon issued, for all un-puiil laxns arcriifd iliii-aml pa.viihli. on tho  thirtieth day ot .Juno, A. O. 1U05, or on any jiroviotis ilatc, und Tor I ho eoi.ls of adviM'tWiiif ami other cmidiisps.  li- tho'tiixus and cxpcusuH,  iucl tiiliuK'  tho co,t ol  mlvortiiiliuf, us sot out in said list, nro not paid to me hofori' the day or sale, this  elaiinsumy be. sold to tlio lil|,'liesl.l>iililei', and a coiivuyaiico cxocutcil to tho purchaser of- all  rlsrlit and  interest  in said elainis  lefriilly  alienated by thu Crown firants thereof. ,,,,,,,  In the event of there heln-no purelmser, or tho prieo oll'ereil shall not he siillieient to pay tlio luxe: and expenses, the hind shall  absolutely ro.vert to the Crown, and the Crown (Jrants thereof shall he deemed void and cancelled.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  Name of Claim.  "Xiinrod"   "Imperial"   "Sultan  J''r."   "Transit 1>V."   "Myosotis"   "Talui Chief"..........'...  "Lake Yiew" ............  hot No.  KoKiMtcrcil Owner or Grantee.  1!I7.  ins.  100.  aw.  23!>.  210.  211.  Nimrod Syndicate, Limited.  do do  do do  do do  Suhai's'chmidt, It. M   Yon Craiiier, J) .' ���  Peule, P. R..............:.....,  Taxes Payahlo  Kxponscs and  Total Amount  sotii June, iron.  Costs-.  Who.  $11 71  $2 00  Sin 75  1:1 OU  2 00  1.1 to  II 21  2 CO  11 7.'i  1 ���  2 00  1; 7,"i  11 :,()  2 00  IS 5(1  1             10 (10  2 00  12 on  I               & 2-,       '  2 00  10 21.   ,  Dated at Atlin, II. C., thin Twelfth day of Oi tidier, A. 1). l'M'i.  J. A. I'llASI'lt,   Afa-SEBSOU,  ATMN'/HtfESHMEST  I)im:l<:T, :  ATt.'s- I'^'rr Office. ATUN,   B.    C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER . 14,  1905  l.y  -'���'The Atlin--Claim.  Till* A'l LIN CLAIM is punuslico nvcnv Saturday  MonriiNG. M/viLCD rncc TO any part or the  would ron  00   ccntd   pen  month :   3.5.00   pen  TEAR.       AOVCMTISINC  nATEG I   SI.OO PC H INCH  EACH  iNsrnTioN;   reading notices. 33 centg a line.  SPECIAL   RATES     ON     APPLICATION.^   .��<��+ ���   JOH PRINTINO :  DILL.HCAOS, POSTEns, VISITINC.   CAnOS.  LETTrn-HTADS, pnOCPAMMES,        CTC..   ETC.  <     ORDERS    PnOMPTLY    EXCCUTTD.  PniCES    MODERATE.  The Atlin Claim  Puiilisimnc; Co.  \V.   Pou,Aim.   ({hast,    Hditou-.Manaokii.  LOOKING FORWARD.     - '  A man with a gift of prophecy,  first regarding the conditions of life  today���the stupendous industrial  ��� development, the prodigies of crooked finance .and the artificialities  which attend our actual living���and  then looking into the future, may  behold wonders unbelievable even to  those of us who are gifted with the  most ardent imaginations.  Prophecy may often be an' inspiration, like the flower of thought that  suddenly blooms   in  the  sonl of a  poet  and  finds  expression in color  ���    and form that music  which  is   the  audible perfume of the soul. Again,  it may be the result of the operation  of conscious  or unconscious logic.  For the things which come to  pass  and   which realize prophecy are the  result   of   the   unfailing   logic    of  events; of what men think;  of what  their   hands   find  to do; and what  they hope  to  accomplish   in   that  . period which is ever before us.  The real prophet is a giant whose  feet press the earth, but whose head  is capped by clouds and into whose  ears the stars whisper their eternal  mystery. H. G. Wells, who delightfully intermingles science, sociology and fiction, possesses the  breadth of view of the real seer, and  the only regret is that we cannot  live long enough to give him his  full measure of greatness or of failure. That he may, indeed, truly  see ��� some of the wonders of the future is emphasized in looking back  over the speeches made by Wendell  Phillips.  On July 2S, 1865, he delivered a  speech before the school children of  Boston in Music Flail, and those  now grown to maturity no doubt  realize what a rare privilege was  theirs in being given a view of one  of the marvels of the future, ' which  is now familiar today.  "We have invented a telegraph,"  said Mr. Phillips, speaking of old  age and progress. "But what of  that? f expect if I live lorty years  to see a telegraph that will send  messages without wire, both ways  at the same time. If you do not invent it, you are not as good as we  arc; you are bound to go ahead of  us."  And just within the forty years  that this inspired man fixed as the  period of development the thing has  been demonstrated as a social and  commercial fact. So surely as the  natural eye beholds objects, did he  see the tiling in the future.  Which shows us something of the  divine possibilities of thought working within a man of absolute integrity, of most exalted purpose, and  with.a heart big enough to feel the  paiu of the whole human race.  County Court.  Urown vs. Callaghan, svhich came  up lor trial last Monday and was  adjourned, comes up for liial on  Monday next.  J'"osier vs. Wrong and wife also  comes up for trial Monday.  The suit of Grime vs. Pine Creek  Power Co., Ltd., was adjourned till  after the hearing of the appeal in  P. C. P. Co., Ltd., vs. Pearse et al.  The action of Bennett vs. Small  and Broc is called for Monday.  The hearing of protests against  leases of Northern Mines Limited  was adjourned till 17II1 insl.  Why kkni) our when you can out ooops ag ciirav iikki'?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings tmd all kinds of Jewelry 111111111  fiieturcil on the premises. ' '  fine New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry �����'<' Diamonds  Watches from S5.00 mi. Agents tor Columbia Gramophone".  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JiLES EGGERT & SON, at..-* an�� i-hscovury, ���  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers arid Manufacturing Jewclrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  IN  CLOTHING  With Full Pokes.  9  .Bargains  Hats and Dry Goods,  FULL  Garnets and House Furnishings*  LINK   OK    BOOTS    and    SHOES,  also    COLD   SIC AT,   HIP    GUM- HOOTS.'  Ole Oleson, Kittle Kitllesou,  ���Yutnper Yuniperson, Whittle Whit-  tleson, Yohn Yohnson and Gustav  Guslavson were among the passengers who arrived with full pokes on  the Casca yesterday and left 011 this  morning's train for the outside.  They are headed for Sweden and, if  necessary, will take up arms for her  and against Norway. "However,  they are all peaceable men, believing  with John Sherman that" War baen  hal."���Whitehorse Star.  II. E. Brown & Co.,  Atlin ami  Discovery, B.  C.  Successors  to  J. H. Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  S1  2 lX'l'Y Days after date I intend to apply  to 1 lie Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works to purchase forty  ueres of agricultural. laud situate" thrcc-  'liiarlers of u mile north of Atlin towusite,  described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted on the north east, corner  marked "G. SI. S." north east corner post,  thence west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains,  thence cast 20 chains, thence north 20 chains  to point of commencement.  G. SI. Shirley.  Atlin, H. C, Sept. 7th, 1905. nl8  S.  s.  s.  s.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  I-        i i ������  PRINCESS MAY,        -        October 4,  16, and 2S.  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 charge.  H. B. Dunn,  A getit, SkaK'Vay.  We Rive iiuiek service.     No intermediate tails.  For rates or information'tipply to  r~|~lAKG   Notice Unit, sixty days after date,  X  vigntion Company, Limited Liability, intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase for  terminal and industrial purposes, on hehalf  of said company, The rollowiiig tlcsct-lijcl  tract of land, containing one hundred and  sixty (1G0) acres, more or less, situated in the  Cassiar District, Atlin Division: Comiiione'-  itig at a post situated in the south west corner of Windy Arm, thence running from this  post south .SO chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence north SO chains, thence oust 20 chains  to place of commencement.  British Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  Per P. K. SCHAiiseiiMipx, Supt.,  Agent.  Dated this 11th day of August, IMS. o21  THE WHITE PASS&YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line  from  Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White" Horse,   Big Salmon,  ; Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily* except Sunday, between Skaguay   Caribou  and   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and .Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:,  <���   ,        No.l.���North Hound. |  No.2.���South Hound.  9.30 a.m. Lv.      SKAGUAY     Ar. 4.30 p.m.-  ,   2.10 p.m. I.v.      CAlilHOU     lAr.ll.ril) a.m. '  4.M) ii.ui. Ar. WHITIJ llOKSli Lv. O.aO a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CAlilHOU 5 p. in. Tue.sdn.vs,      Arrive A'l LIN 0 a. in. Wednesdays.  " " fi p. in. Fridays, " "        0 a. in. Saturdays,  j.eave ATLIN 3 p.m. .Mondays, Arrive CAKIIiOU 7 a.m. Tuesdays.  .   . *' '*       fi j>. m. Thursdays, '* " 7 a. in. Fridays.  lfiO pounds of baggage will be checked Free with each full fare ticket and 75 pounds  with each half fare ticker.  Passengers must >>c at depots in time to have Haggage inspected and cheeked.  Time Schedules are iiiibject to change without notice.  .   StF" .  Baggage   Bonded   Through.  ��� For information  relative to  Passenger, Freight, Express and Telegraph Hates,  apply to any agent of the Company or to  M.J.H. ViHITK. G.J* a P. A., J. LIFSCOMBE,       It. IXPiNNEO. Asst.G. P. a P.A.,  T uncuiivcr, H.C.  . Agent, Atlin. Skaguay   Alaska.  fl-IAI'li Notice that, sixty days after date,  T  tend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of laud, containing eighty acres (80} more or less, situated in the Cnssiar District, Atlin Division:  Commencing at a post situated in the south  end of Windy Arm,thence running from this  post south 10 chains, thence east 20 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thonce west and  along the shore line to point of commencement.  II. W. li. Canavan,  Per      P. I'. .Scii.vittjt.'iiMinT,  Agent.  Dated this 11th day of August. 10l).*>. o21  SPEED  SAFETY  COMFORT.  TUB 1'IONKISU ALASKA LINT..  Steamers leave SKAGWAY for  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern   Ports  CAHHYING    U.   S.   l'AIL.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  Humboldt,  Direct.  Oct. 6, 17, 27  City of Seattle,    - Oct. II, 21, 31  Via Vancouver.  Cottage City,     -    Oct.  10,   25  Via Victoria and Sitka.  tw  Above Schedule Subject to   Change  Without  Notice. ���  r*"J-1AKK Notice that, sixty days after date,  -*- I intend to apply tu the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to  piirchiiHi) the following described tract of  laud, containing eighty (SO) acres, morn or  less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin  Division: Commencing at the north west  boundary of II. \V. K. Ciiiiavaii's location,  thence running from this point south 10  chains, thence west 20 chains, thence north  II) chains, thence east 20 chains to point of  commencement. ,  P.  l'\ SciCAItSUHMlDT.  Dated this 11th day of August, 11105. o21  C. ]). Dunans, Gen. Pass. Agt���  10 Market Street, Sun Francisco, Cal.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE    BEST   OF   GOODS  n  Santa  Johnstone^   Progtm  I   Have   Re-opened  The   Royal   Laundry   On the Waterfront.  .Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Culled for mid Delivered.  Cash on Delivery.  MrS.  M.   Fenn,    Pronrletrens.  m  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Ciass Hotel.  Diniiig-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  r*l~lAKK Notice that, sixty days after (Into,  -*-,(, ������ hehalf of C. Wynu Johnson, Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lauds ami Works for permission to purchase  the following doserihed tract of land, containing eighty (80) acres, mor<; or less, situated in the Cassiur District, Atlin Division:  Commencing at. a post on the Houndary Line  between the Yukon Territory and Hritish  Columbia, situated on the west sldo of  Windy Arm, thence running from this point  west 20 chains, thence southerly 10 chains,  thence east 20 chains,thence north and along  the shore line to point of commencement.  . C. Wv.NN Johnson,  Per T. KiouAiiD.y,  Agent.  Dated this lltb day of August  1U05.       ".   oil'  The Reliable Shoemaker,  '-'-���'-     DlSCUVJCKY,   B. C.  Johnson   6c   Dune,  Proprietors.  Discovery.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  ?  A. F. & A.M.  Regular communications held on the Hist  Thursday of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hull,  Third Street.  VlaitiiiR brethren cordially invited  Ol-KN DAY AND NIGHT.  KI RST-CI.ASS RESTAURANT  IN ���;���'������  CONNECTION  Mt'iuhjiiiirterii for Dixon> Vtuuo. f ������**''��� ���-''''-/ H  ���T-"V      ���  ATIJN,   B.  C.,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   14,    1905  /  ATLIN   TRADIINQ   COMPANY,  L<t���i.9  atun' astoi aisboveRY.  Our Stores in  both  Towns are  now fully stocked  with  full  lines  in   Groceries" and   Dry  Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd^  A. S. CROSS, President.  Farewell to Mrs. A. R. McDonald.  "���    On   Saturday  evening   last   the  many   friends   of   Mrs.  A. R. McDonald  ;isseiul}lccl at tlie Kootenay  hall to hid her farewell  nicvious  to  her   departure   from Atlin.      Mrs.  McDonald   was one of the pioneers  of Atlin and had made   many warm  friends   who,  to show their respect,  gave a dance in her  honor,   which  was  one of the best of the season.  Mrs. W. Owen, as hostess, received  the ladies, while Mr. R. S. McLeod  did  the  honors for the gentlemen.  Dancing   was commenced  at 8.45  and  continued lively under the enlivening   strains   of music by Jack  Pilling,' assisted   by Dr.   Cameron',  and   the   floor  management of Mr.  Williams until 11.45, when  all present joined in singing "Auld I,aiig  Syue"   and  the   national   anthem.  An  adjournment was then made to  the dining room,  where  everybody  partook  of a splendid lunch which  had  been  provided   by the ladies.  After   lunch   Dr.   H.   E-  Young,  M.    P.    P.,   made an   appropriate  speech and concluded b}- proposing  the health of the guest of the evening, which was drunk standing, all  singing   '-For   She  is' Jolly Good  Fellow1'   and   "Will  Ye  no Come  Back  Again,"  after  which every-  bodyt,wished  Mrs. McDonald  good  night   and   God  speed   before dispersing to their homes.  On Monday forenoon Mrs. McDonald was made the recipient of  two very handsome presents from  her most intimate friends in the  shape of a gold watch, set with diamonds, and a set of nugget pins.  Mrs. McDonald and children left  per the Scotia 011 Monday evening  for Vancouver, where they will reside for the winter.  In Loving- Memory of John Wolters.  He was strong mid worthy of might.  That s-wuiigtho pick with a blow.  Worthy <iT a riant;  Against one that was- mightier than hi;  When lie loosened her vengeance.  In her merciless tinker she bore down  On him mill took away his uiiulit.  Dear is the spot, where now lie lies,  ileueatb  the green grass in   God's   resting  place;  His trials here ale now over '  And a life everlasting lie has begun  In the realms of love he now litis won.  Koud was his heart, in friendship sound,  Mis sympathy real, and loved by all those  Who knew him so dear when he was here.  Sweet are the strains that augWs&iug,  He is not. lost bur gone before.  ���Juo. Mewshani, Discovery.  The Atun Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  BENWELL,  PEAUT   &  CO.  New Arrivals.  -succ-<:ssors TO-  THOMAS   &   BENWELL,  Following is a list of those who  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  Oct. 11���Mr. Geo. Wilkinson and  wife, H. Gtlcheu, J. M. Turnbull,  wife 'and son, Miss Josie Kdwards,'  H. D. Gagne, P. Rocco.  Gives Good Returns.  Returns from the first 50-tou shipment of ore from Windy Arm to  the Taconra smelter have been received by Colonel Conrad. The  shipment yielded $102.40 per ton.  On her trip next Tuesday the  Gleaner will bring out between 50  and 60 tons,from the M. and M.  mine, which will run from $300 to  $400 to the ton.  Unless remarkably severe weather  sets in, the first tramway to the  mines will be completed by the 20th  of the present month.���Whitehorse  Star.  Baron Koniura sailed last week  from Vancouver on the Empress of  Japan for Yokohama. He was jn  poor health and much broken in  spirit.  Severely cold weather hasl set in  in Manchuria and a long, hard winter is before the troops of the Russian and Japanese armies, no provision having been made to get  .theni out of the country before next  sum men Already the troops are  demolishing the fortifications and  other buildings to obtain wood for  fuel, 'and even military bridges are  being torn up a::d burned to. avert  death'-.by freezing.  A big herd of caribou wandered  i-ito Chena, Alaska, one day last  week. There was a "great slaughter  and many people secured sufficient  meat to do them through the entire  winter.  Wholesale  Wine   and  Spirit  Merchants.  USHER'S   WMfSmES*  Vancouver, B. C.  P. O. Box 102.  THE   GOLD    I-IOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C H. Nissen, Prop.  F, B. Wrong, JWgr.  Restaurant in Connection Under  New and Capable .Management.  h  Court of Revision.  Atlin Assessment District.  IN Accordance with the provisions of the  "Assessment Act" the first session of the  Court of Revision and Anneal for the Atlin  Aswissment District will be held in the Court  Room, Atlin, It. C, on Tuesday, the twenty-  fourth day of October, A. II., l!)U5,at the hour  often o'clock in the forenoon.   -  W. rOLf.AltD GRANT,  Judge of the Court of Revision  and Appeal.  Dated at Ailing 11. C, 23th September, 1905.   I  The Hope, Cariboo, Utah Fraction,  ATI.INTA FRACTION, GOLDEN PLKECK,  CIIIEr- I-Ji ACTION, A.V1) TORONTO MIN-  UtlKh CLAIMS.  IjOf'ATKU ' liAST   SlOE T*KU AlIM OF TAC1USH  l.AKK,   NIN1S JIII.BS AHOVE GOLDEN  (tAXK,  Atlin JIininu Division op Cassiau  i'xbthict.  "r��AKE NOTICE that the Engineer Mining  Company, Special Free Miner's Certificate No. 5721, intend sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining: Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements for the purixue  of obtaining Croini Grants of tho above  mineral claims.  And further take notice that, action, under  .Section No. !I7, must be commenced before the  issuance of  such   Certificates of   Improvements. l  Dated this 1st day or August, 1905.  THE KXGINI'I'RS MINING Co., -  oil ,       A-'P. Mkaij, Pros.  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  GOLD ST11INGI-'*, NOItMAN and  KAM-  .\IA MINERAL CbAfM-S.  l.OUATI'.l) ON 'I'll!- R.\8VSmit OK TaKU AlIM OF  Tauihii Lakic, NrxB Mixkh South ok  GoidiKN Gatk, Arti.v .Mining Divihion  ok Cahhiak DiHrnif-T.  r |~1AKK- Notice that the Engineer Mining  --*-��� Company, Ltd., Special Free Minor's  Certificate No. 5721, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improveinents for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above mineral claims.  And further take notice that, action, under  Section No. :17, must, bo commenced before  the issuuuco of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 21st tiny of August, 1005.  THE ENGINEER MINING Co., Ltd!,  o28 A. P. M.BAU, Pres.  NOTICE.  NOTICE  Is hereby given that tho owners  of the "Moil-Union-" lease on Iloulder Creek  will not boresiKiiisibloforanydobtscoiitrac-  tod by tho lay nieii, for labor or supplies.  A. S. CROSS,  AtJjii, June 2<>th, 1005.        Managing Owner.  jl-l-Jm   ..���-.������'  The  Canadian   Hank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   #10,000,000.  Reskrvk; $3,500,000.   '  Branches of the Bank, at -Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Exchange sold on all Points.       Ska-Sv/a.y, eta,  G01.0 Dost Pukchaskd���Assay Office in Connection.    '   - - -       - ...'     . D. ROSS, Manager.  -j^TOTICK Is hereby given that applica  -*���^ tion will be made to the Parliament of .  Canada, at its next session for uu net to in-  coriiorate a company with authority to construct, equip, maintain and operate a railway of standard or narroiv guago from a  point lit or near Selkirk on the Yukon River  in the Yuktin Territory, south westerly by  the most-feasible route towards Aish-ihik  Lake, south westerly through McKinlcy  Pass t�� the junction or the De*;adeash and  .Kuskiiwalsh Rivers, thcuec along the valley  of the Aksek River by the most feasible route i  U> tt point between the 1:10�� and 13S�� of  Longitude oh the international boundary  line.  Also from the aforesaid Selkirk by the  most feasible route along the valley of the  Lewes River to a point on tlio Big Salmon  River, thence across the. Dig .Salmon River to  and along' the. valley of the llootnlimiuu  Iiivcr to Like Teslin, along Teslin bake and  from thence by the most feasible route in a  southerly and easterly direction across the  Stikcen River, in a .south westerly direction  along the Nnas valley and Kitsiinigalluni  valley through the Kitiniat, valley to Kitimat  Arm in liritisli Columbia and to commence  construction at. any iKiinl thereon: with  power to construct, maintain and operate  branch lines and all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses and wharves; to construct,  own and operate telegraph and telophono  lines in connection with the said railway and  branches; to construct, purchase or otherwise aciiulre, charter, obtain control of,  navigate and keep In repair steamers and  other vessels to ply between jwrts in Ciiuiida  and between ports in Cunaiui and ports outside of Ciiiiiidn.carry and convey passengers  and freight and curry on a generul transportation service in connection with the snid  railway, and to sell and dispose of such vessels; to acquiroand utilize water und steam  power or any other power for tlio purposes  of, generating electricity for lighting and  motor purposes, or for any other purposes  iu and may operate the said railway by any  kind or motive power; to expropriate or  otherwise acquire foreshore rights and  lauds for right of way, station grounds and  other necessities; to acquire, take und re-  ceivo lands or any other aid from the government of Canada or from any provinces or  districts thereof, or from any municipal  corporut'on 'or-.persons towards-tho construction of said railway or works; to levy  und collect tolls from all parties using und  011 all freight passing in or oyer the said  railway or the bridges, vessels, or lands of  the company; to .tnul-u traffic and  other ar  rangement* iv.th other railway companies  iir.porsnns anil CoraK other usual and necessary powers and i��--jv-.leges; to carry on the  hiiM.iessof a ffeiiciwa trailing company ai.rf  ol an express cotuswny, to own, manage ai.l  lease hotel*, and to own, mine and explore  and deveJope minora* lands and to carry o*  a gene,-*! miucng^usiues,. ���,���, ������,. ,)llsiMesc  incidental to *ho purjioscs aforesaid.  Dated August 17th, 100.1.  C.W.C. TABOR,  ��-S - Solicitor for Aiiiilicnuts.  A\a^ncsitc JMmcral Claim,  Situate in  the AMin Mining Division of Cas-  siar DUu-ict.  Where located.���Kast  of  AtJin townsite an*  adjoining the east, boundary line of the  townsite.  r p.VKH Notice that, I, A. C. Uirschfeld, Krce  -a-    Miiier's Certificate  No. H MWJi intern!,  sixty days from theilatn hereof,  to apply t��  the .Mining Recorder for u Certioente of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining*  Crown Grunt of the abofo eJaiiu.  ��� A nil further take not'co that action, under '  section :I7, must ibe commenced before the issuance of such Certificate or Improvements.  Dated this Kith dny of September, l.<Kr>    nil  Aiiniiiill.y, to /III tho new positions created bj-  Kailroiidiind lelegriipliCoinimiiies. Wo want  Young Men and Ladies of good imbits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND   R. R. ACCbUNTINGJSPSS?  Wefiirnlsh 75 per cent, of iJiiiOperatorxnud  fetation Agents iu America.   Our six schools  IN Till WORLO Ivstabllshed ffll years and endorsed by all loading Railway Official*.  Vt e execute a .$2.*0 ilond to uvevy student to  furnish him or hera position iMiyjiigfrom ���*���!��  to m\ a month in States east of the Rocky  Mountain*-, or from .>7.ri to $11)0 a month iu  States west of the Jioekies, immediately upon  graduation.  Students can enter atony time. No vacations. I'or full particulars regarding anv of  our Schools write direct, to our executive  olllce at Cincinnati, O.   Catiiloguo free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texarkann,, Tex.  Buffalo, N. Y.  IviCrosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cal.  Send us your ,14 Pf-r^rg- LJi3>'.''  ,.;MV.  ;f-i  l��'l 'i  I #iJ ���';  m  mm  Hi  I U;--fe-  ���'It  *&��*  /f+z**'  ���!���:, ATLIN/'';is) ."��� C'V;' ��� SATURDAYV;;- OCTOBKR'\J 14'i;��� g?bj.  Rtiby;  - v_.i-,  ���el<  i.-pijiclir.:  'Pp.  ; Lbcal'.-'Eventsvv:,;;: ;.;;;.J=;;;.  ......      ,..���..,    :cr'n   'l-oniitniir-r-.Pens,; all  ���-.The, .Development; of thc'::'Mining-jsjzcs :^w\ prices' at: C. i>.; Bourne's.������<'.  .aMi^;]atest.;,iii!ig-!-<ines,.and j),apet-!-  are ahvavsouiiand a^Pillinau'sK:  ' Parinersh.l'p G r 0 i 1ncl  :���-: .Tlie\Rui>y Creek^Mlniug-.'i.-artiiei>'-  sti!p,;:l''Kobqrt;: McKay, manager,:  elorfed downtheit-r.opei-atioiis for the  season .some days ago.    ::...,-.:  ������'���5 This company,' which' was; l>ract'i-  cally the; only operator on ��� Rubv ih is  -summer,' liave^praeticallyonly been  prospectiug/aud ' li'ave" .had a: small  ': ere w at.work,- some six men. all told:  /Full dine' of "Shot ;Guh; and Rifle  Cartridges atRe);ai?s;Hard\vare;;;  :,';McDonald-s, Qroccry;, ^ makes ;.a  specialty, of ; fresh eggs-, and-butter.  MrS;-lN.' G.���'������-;W.iieeling,' vaud;baby  arc expected to"-arrive .in: tovvif jiext  Wednesday. :;  'Con'espondeuce is nia'de'a:pleasure  bv using;the.iiew stock,;c)f-'fiiie writ-'  llielivork,-:>vas con United in cross- ing'-paper aiuf envelopes al jUoiiriie's.  ;? cutting- ;the;: creek cHannel-^oni: the  ^bottom. ol the siiaft" and a'drive .vyns;  .:: rim..some:96-feet 10wards, .the.:, west  '��� bank, ;wiiere.a;sbft:rim was encoun-  :"tiered and cntibr about'2o;feet;'" Qii  "iJthe'east side a drive;wasn-iui'7:b Tcet,  :'��� -^without ;encQuiitering::;:rim, 4bii,u ;the;  ;vwork' 'iu'; this /direction -had; to be  ../abViielbnefc^  ^:Ci;eased ; Quantities :bf water enc6uii-;  "tered:";- Prospect drivesAvere run/up  ;:: stream.along the main drive,;.ii/ all  :,s6me' Sofeetin. length r''::}yj':i-:{^ii.  r> - ;The:pa  ^: distribuKd:,; and :to:can'Y:SO.iiibwhat  '������"'be'ttehvalues'iliaii;'stated tby;:iis'in a  i'fbrmer :report;btivthis7 prdpeily.:    Ir  ^^alivsbme ; ijSbb,- feet tifibedfbelo \vas<  /cleaned// ^i/-:///./"' ;./';/;/' '���  ���/.:.A'' proper13^/;withv: tlie ' ;.stiowing  ,':tlius;,far; "developed,-/;and /vitl/the'  ";;grade,and water/Ruby/rfeek;posses-'.  .':.. ses,"wotitd with /the 'expenditure of  :.;:&��� faircamount.-of;''capital /make/an  .. exceediiigiy;gobd;paying :;liydraulic.  ^.proposition./ --'/: --//  -���y -It --is/.time^ vtliat-tlie: :^ibolllder,,  ".question; would'hayetobe'inet \vith;  :iibut-,llieirr-rembvaL-A\voiild~oii.ly,..-.be:.a-:  ������\*^fislibii'-bl;delail.::j,..'.v^/::r;.^;''.;i:';.;' //.  /The opiivlon "formerly expressed  V.is'v only confirmed .b-/this:-season's;  /operations: ���-���'''/-/ -:-'''--;i:  M r: 'J'; '���:������ M > V.T.u r tilvull Jwifc: an cl: so n;  '.a 1 id:Miss.:J!Q*>ie,.Kdwards '<returned to  '":AUm.''':'t!iis"::wc^  ea&terii states.; -;f i; -"r';.. y"~ -iv^i"--;,;;  ;/7Miiiei-s/;shbuld::::lry^;Geligt  their, tunnels.���No fumes, ;does bet  terworki but.::cbsts Juo nibre than  'powder^ a;t ��� R bga u 'sv ',:,;^'.;,;: ^:J;.f' ���: :lf^  :,;' jtidge Ybung:-. accompanied, Mrs  ^���in^iand^^  'Skagway on-Wednesday. ;,.He,;re:  ���t u rn^s;: oi^todai^-s - bbat.;;. ;;A; vf:;j��;;;:j:';."  :   S;"H. :'PkHub'e,ieft',;ojy.: Wednesday,  for'afivb-'mbiiUislrip to Ottawa: and  3<rew.'yprk;: ���MGargks':'. were in: fre  quent use Wednesday-V;:������������i*. J'; ^:'f:r.  {-/Mrv ���H.?,Gilcheu,;7siipbrintendeiit  of the Yukoii branch; of the'govern-'  metit; telegraph: lihei ;: was.in Atlin  ; for"a;few 'lioursjWednesday  ���MrCiGray^ :wh6 :.:;\vas, :li)rbught ���:-. to  lk{nitig Notes.  :;..Tlie,,Nortli Columbia;;Gold   Miu--  ;��� ing   Co.,' J.���.M^/Ruffi-ier,. ^manager,.  are still piping.and, removing- .large  quantities : of ;dirt.   : It  is expected  ������eh'at their, final clean-up" for the sea-  ; "son" will', take place,Oct. 30th..' ,.-".'    .  The- dredge ,011 Gold Run ofthe  :S. A..'.ID. Co!', Ltd.,, O: T. Switzer,  '.Mianagcr,'. closed  down  for tlie.sea-  . son   this' week.,'   Particulars of the.  ..season's operations- will" appear in, a  later issue-.  : Work- on the Volcanic creek.road,  ���which is. being dbi-ie by -contTact'by  '' the miners on that creek,1 has pro-  --gres.sc.rl as far as the flats on' tlie  <]?burth of July. It is expected that  'uhc work will be completed in a  week or sov '''.-/"  Options 01.1 several Pine Creek  properties above Willow Creek were  given this week. ��� If these deals go  through, it is expected that next  summer a large olectrical'- plant will  be. installed. ������ -.���  Active operations by the various  Gompanies will be continued so long  as the weather continues moderate.  St;���.���Andrew's hospital fnbnvRacine's  mill:last\week|Jisstitl;in:aV\refy precarious; condition, :iyut.;tlie;re vis; hope  of his ultimate recovery.';'*-.-'';Z::.\i:\  ::���<��� Tlie:). construction.;'of;It branch:of  the;go\-eriinienftelegraph line;into  Gohraal:Citi--vyas completed on Tues:  day.^: The';ibcal;toll'betweeii;Atliii  ahd;';Cbhfad is 6-bits"vper::ieii::wbrdsi  ?;'';i)iv^i'^lY;^I^vi'rlI' be";in:-Atlin  for,two weeks;or, sc-^,,, Parties desirous of. baving their teeth attended  'to^sliouM call; bii;V'iue immediately  ���and .arrange for-sittiugs.���Dr. Tv. S..  .Keller,;First Street, Atlin..,;  : Low:rates, modern:, conveniences  and exceTletit service have made the  ..Fifth, Avenue ' the.. ;most;,- popular.  Hotel, in ,Skagway.:-: 'We can.and  will please you-���try us���you will  'not'regret it.'     , ,;; ��� -  -,. .Stables &. I ,umsden carry a stbel  of good groceries. :  i'\  The McCiary famous ranges'and  heaters at Regau's.. ..,;'-  ; -Every inaiiowoKittiiliiKis'elfaiiil hi�� family  to master a trade or'profession..-Rciul-thedis-  'play advort-iWotncritioi't-he sixlMoi'so.,Schools  ���of Telepraiih.v, in this issue and learn how  easily-a yoitujf liiuu or Iad.viiiayleiiru.tcle-  Ki'npby and bo assured a position.. c,    ,  50   SHARES   OF  'acting:  Conccdcclly one of the best in  , Alaska���try it. It is operated by  the owners. Modern���fire proof���  ���firsticlass. Rates to suit everyone,  ���The- Fifth- Avenue-' Hotel, of  Skagway. 2  ;, ������'..������������ ���������'    AT  1 PER   SHARE.  Orig-inal Pat: Value  $100.00 Per Share.. .  Apply   to  N. C. WHEELING,  Agent.  'wtjy , /% m? m, m v bl dp &  WE": ha  :-��� Of  ���ill  ���SS^^'y  ���".-::-���-V  ^'''^'���������''''���'������^'-^''''������'���^^���''^Wil^';- l^fP-K'5-''"   l^'/rft'i^0  ;;;:':: ���l|-;::^  :: V;,' ;;,"are;:gdiiig !fast, I a n<l;;this line ;will;sooh;^he cleared.  ;\Ve:;Slilj.:-;j1ead;:in;,STA'PL  ISilll  o  :flii'ilMSPiSllliiil;  Z?*~(XJM   ���  TirjtW'nM*c��wc*zzr.Kstr\,.rKfHnaji< xvzfMma tn'��  ;;",;:;:-'-',;���,-;';;.;;.;:'',;;-;:-;.;,,.;;.;;.';;';;;;;:';'.'';,;y^9j>jp-j>j^   :';;'v%;;-:;'';���;..'':;",:vv;-:;;''"-:;;:;"';:;'';-''-';:;  |]|i^;;-M^^  :;Self^.Measufeivient;.Bla;iiks.ian(r  ffr^y^i  Plfif i!.;��ii|ii|lfiplti  -: irSaLA^t::-MNP^:LA:RfM  :JL;lkO;  Thk dining-room-is:(coNiDucTKD on- iy'RibrT^vmsfr:.  ':-. ���:' - -V:^' v;:'"-:. - -";. ^-r''';.!;;;:-" "::;V:;^CI>ASs"f" PRIISrCIPX,If;S^';;-- -;:; ^;" '- ^;'': ';:- ;- ^.'. ;���  EOI.XOM    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  k���4  Pool ��� &;': - Billiardsv   Free.  Frefghting and Teaming  >        ; Hoi'ses and i^igs for liire.  -9,  ."���',-" TALLWl I RE   &   BENC4ETT;   Proprietors.  Cornei? Pearl and First Streets, Atlin,.B. C.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN    CONNECTION.  tlJOiCLSI'WINtS, 'lOUOHS ANI> CKJAKS���CASt GOODS A SI'*.CIA".TV.  &&$S    Ilil-lillf $100 tti TM  ^/yy/����VVrV\/^V>A'VVVVVvVV'VV<��*^<^OVVVt/-v^^  'A   Lar-re   Shipment  Of   NEW   GOODS.  ���''���'. '    O,' O   O'  Jk).west  Prices in Gimp  at- v  t*  THE  ' -^��   c - M&d  LF-  Is a luivrn Tor all  I ravellers. Tlio meals  are frcu-inlllliitf ami  I lie braeoi-M in (he  liar us r>>fro!jliiii(r as  Hi" ileivof tin, enrly  nioi'iiin^. A,, ideal  similiter n'nil winlor  I'l.'Nuri.  JAMES  CLARK,  I'ROl'lMUTOK.  m  ���M  m  .-.���-���.-"1

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