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 *J   .   i ��  ��er 3 (  u >>  01905      <f ?  *  <Of?JA, v3-^;^  <**;  fSVwawan/llM       l:ii ' j  pi]        |��j     S|f  S3   '       1  f�� -f  v'i:,.y'5^ - M  I  i?��i?����r.irtAJl^ ��  A  fl&  ,-.-     J��*  1  1 &*  VOL.  t3.  .ATLIN,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    ar.-iyos.  TELEGRAPHIC.  Ayleswordi Sworn in as Post-  i     ! i  .master-General.  - THE DEATH'OF SENATOR FULFORD.  Railway Crossing*.Accident ��� Van-  -, eouvor  Warcliouso   Burncd--  Murder-ei* /Captured ��� British  OfHcci's Held i'c-t* Ransom���Sir!  Kenrylrvlhg'i's Dead:  ...   [���b-i*i,c'-r,\i.j -j^.tiu: cimim.]     .       .   ,  ���Ottawa,-. Oct. 19.���Hon. A.7. B.  Aylcswoilh   was- 611 Monday sworn  -iu as a pi ivy councilor and "Posl-  luastei-Gen'cial .by, the Governor-  General,' Earl Grey." .Sir,William  Mulock, the retiring Postmaster-,  General, has-been appointed-Chief  Justice of the exchequer division of  'the" High'Court of Ontario,' which is.  a newly created position.     V"     *,   * ,  - Judge Leniienx will shortly go to  En^lai'd to-arjni'e before'the Privy  *"* - v., �� . r'     -  Council against the decision,' recent--  ly handed down'by Justice Anglin,  that' Canada has no right to 'deport  .aliens under the'Alien,Labor Act.  -Senator Fulford, of Brockville,'  is dead as .the result of an automobile accident of a few days .ago.. -..  Halifax, Oct. 19".���A train struck  the carriage 'of-a party which was  ���on its way to church "on Sunday,  morniiig last and killed Mr. Henry  Ernest - and his son. Mrs. ISrnest  was seriously injured.  ��� Vancouver, 'Oct. 19.���A three'  story warehouse on Water sireet iu.  this oily, which was occupied by G.  H. Cortrell,*has been buin'cd with a  loss of $70,000.  On Saturday last the citizens donated $1,300 in-response to the hos-  ' pita! ladies annual appeal. ;  '��� Several ' Minneapolis capitalists  have secured 43,000 acres of fir and  cedar timber limits on Vancouver  island and will erect an immense  sawmill in the near future.  W. Reuiy, who is wanted in  Montana on a charge of murder,  was arrested, in this city yesterday  after a desperate struggle with two  detectives.  After a hard light on Wednesday  a fire in the dry kiln of Heaps &  Co.'s saw and planing mill, in lhe  east end of this city, was got under  control and the mill buildings saved  from destruction.  Taugiers, Oct. 19.���Two of the  officers from the British repair ship  Assistance, which was recently  wrecked 011 the Moroccan coast,  have been captured by the Angcra  tribe and are being held for a large  ransom.  Winnipeg, Oct. j 9.���Exactly 3>-  312,750 bushels of this season's  wheal were inspected during the  week ending October 16th, which  exceeds all previous records of  either Canada or the United Slates.  London, Oct. 19.--Sir Henry Irving, the actor, was stricken with  apoplexy here on Saturday night  last   and   died   before' a  physician  could auive. He' had just finished  the last act of a pcrfonuance, of his.  great play "Beckot."'    _. -  ���  "  .(Sir Henry Irving, whose real  inline waV. John Henry Bfodribb,  was born" at Kciulon, 'England, on  February 6th,' .1838, and he made  his.fii'Jt appearauccon lhc( stage in;  1S56 at Edinburgh aud in Loudon,  iu 1859. " He "made- no distinct  mark . until '".S70, when he .played;  Digby Giaut_'in Albery's "Two;  Roses." In 1S7S he became man-;  ager' and made 'a great success of  the Lyceum theatre in-Loudon. In  1891 he toured America with his  company, of which the famous Ellen  Terr j* was'a member.-, .He was. especially distinguislied in "Hamlet,"  ."Othello," "The Merchant of Venice," "Richard'UI.," "Richelieu,".  ."T'he- Bells," "Louis XL" and;  "Becke.t." He was knighted by  the late-Queen-Vjctoiaa in 1895.)  London, Sept..20.���The body pf  the 'late Sir Henry Irving will be  buried in Westminster Abbey.  >   Tokio.   'Oct.--.20.���Tlie   Russian  t . *. - .       1  battleship " Pobieda -was refloated at;  Port Arthur'yesterday.. ���   ;  Paris. Oct. 20.���Unless Venezuela  apologizes ,lo" France immediately,  French" warships -will at once commence " to bombard the Venezuelan!  coast. . The proposed action "has1  been approved of'by* the United:  StatcB.__ , ,  . ' '  \ London, "Oct.'"2or=r-T*ljc-'-l:>riiiL*e  and-Princess of Wales started on .a  six months tour of the provinces of  India today!  Paris, Oct. 20.���A despatch received here today from Rome states  that the Mad Mullah has agaiia  lakeu the field iu Somaliland and is  threatening' Italian "colonists.  -_-   ,,.      .genekai,- news.   ���  A strong earthquake shock was  .felt at Moiiteione, Italy, on Oct. 10.'  -Lord'and Lady Grey were tendered a reception last week - at  Winnipeg.  A Dawson report state** thai ,110  further steamers will 'leave thene  this year for lower Yukon points.  Russia's new homestead 'law will  throw open to settlement millions of  acres of unoccupied land in Siberia.  Al Lexington', Ky.��� last week  Dan Patch lowered the world's  ���pacing record to 1 minute 55,'cf  seconds.  Piince Sergius Troubetskoy was  stricken with .apoplexy -and died  within two hours al Si. Petersburg  last week.  Vice Admiral Voel, commanding  a British squadron in Asiatic waters,  and his officers' were last week banqueted at Tokio.  \V. R. Hearst, the -newspaper  man, has agreed lo accept the nomination of the Municipal League for  mayor of New York.  General A. W. Creely, head of  the United Slates signa] service, has  decided to install wireless telegraphy  between     Zamboango     aud    Jolc  islands to overcome the difficulty of  the cable dialling.  Up to last Satin day, when lhe  ���exposition closed, ovei 8,500,000  persons had attended the Lewis &'  ���Claikfair at Portland.  A man ' named Alex. .McDonald  .fell down a shaft 011 Dago-hill near,  Dawson last week and received,  painful but not seiious injuries.  A Toronto despatch says that the,  general board-of Presbyterian home  ���missions has resolved to stamp out  Mormonisiu iii the Canadian west.  A Washington report says that  ���the United Slates government will*  sliorllyestablish a life-saving station;  with a complement of 20 men at  Nome.  Thiily-seven, of the 'leading society ladies of Chatham, Out., arc  being prosecuted for smuggling  goods from the United States into  Canada.  ��� -The output of gold of the Tanana  mines this season has been $6,500,-  000, while to date for this year the,  Yukon has shipped  $6,009,000   to,  the outside.  1  Edward Cunliffe, the man who  stole $100,000 from the Adams ex-,  press company, al Pittsburg, I.a., is  in hiding: in Montreal. Detectives',  aie hot.011 his t>rail.  Senator Edmonds, of California,  has been found   guilty of accepting  l>riboo._    JMrs.- liduionds,    who    W3S  in court when the finding was made,  fell to the floor in hysterics.  General Wm. T. Clark died in  New York 011 Oct. 12'lh at the age  of 74 years. He was the last surviving member oi" General Grant's  staff, of which he was chief.  A late census gives -the population of Ottawa as 65, roS, an . increase ever last year of .1,596. This  does not include the suburbs, which  would make-it-over 'i<3o,ooo.  Joseph B. Tyrrell is suing the  Branson & Ray concession people  ���in the Yukon territorial .court for  $45,000 .for his services as consulting engineer and for acling as their  agent.  Piii'kerlou detectives last week arrested a brakcuian of the Great  Northern railroad at Spokane on  suspicion thai he was implicated in  the recent express train hold-up at  Ballard.  A Vladivoslock report says thai  lhe state of seigc which has existed  there for sonic months pasl has been  abolished. The schools have been  re-opened and trains arc running  regularly.  Thirty-seven fiienienof the steamship Oceanic, White ��� Star Line,  have been .sentenced to seven days  imprisonment al Liverpool for disobeying orders of the captain on the  high seas.  Germany is greatly excited over  the statement published in the Paris  Matin that, in case of friction between Germany and France, Great  Britain would go to the   assistance  NC. S2.7  of Lhe latter. The German pre.*  claims that-in ca.se of such friction  il would bo .Britain'splace to icmain  neutral.  At Dawson'last week the case of  John Grant against Dr. Alfied  Thompson, which was brought for  the purpose of removing Thompson  from his seal iu the .Dominion  house, ��� was postponed until December.  A St. Petersburg despatch ' says  tlie negotiations * between Great-  Britain and Japan are progiessing*  mosc satisfactorily to Russia and a  complete understanding regarding  the Asiatic questions has been ar-_  rived at.  The British cruiser squadron under Pnnce Louis of Battenberg is  expected to arrive al Annapolis,  Maryland, today. Admiral Robley  Evans, -with a United States battleship squadron, will he.on hand to  welcome them.  The home of George Alfreds,  superintendent of the coal mines a!.  Raveiidaie, Wash., was blown,up  with dynamite on Oct. 9th by Frank  Hadevis, a -miner .who had been  discharged. Alfreds' family'had a  narrow escape,, but none of them  were iuiured. \  _,An Ottawa despatch says thai it*  is'iiow cei lain" that tlie Grand Trunk  Pacific terminus will be the most  northern available port 011 the  Briti-ih Columbia coast. A branch  of - the road will be constructed 10  Vancouver thiough a combination  with Jim Hill.  A Paiis leport says that a different pha&e has been placed oil the  Franco-German situation by the  attitude of Great Britain, she having  officially assured France that in  case of an attack made on her by  German}', she, Great Britain, is an  readiness lo mobilize a fleet with  the view of adopting aggressive  measures.  Mining Notes.  The cold suapal the beginning of  the week closed down practically  all open placer mining operations in  the district. Some, however, have  resumed work since the change to  soft weather occurred.  The North Columbia Gold Mining Co., J. M. Rufiner, manager,  had all their pits, closed down hut  have succeeded, after a hard effort,  in resinning- operations again. On  Thursday night, however, their  south ditch broke down, which wag  caused by frost, and they will not  have the repairs completed uiili!  some lime today. This company  have about 12 days steady piping to  do to clean up all their season's pits..  The Willow Creek Co., F. H.  Bracken manager, weie also Closed  down for a few days, but arc hard!  at il. again. They also ���require  about two weeks lo finish up.  The Northern Mines Ltd., ore  Spruce Creek, A. IT. Bromly manager, have closed down. They had  practically finished for the season,  but would have been iu operatiois  10 days longer had the .weather remained mild.  Cox & Co., of Spruce, also suffered by-reason of the'severe weather.  They are now making arrangements  for theirAvintor-*^'-*������:.':o.*:-.  <��� .*   '-i ATLIN,   B.   C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   21,  1905
ie Atlin ■
Seattle :.lie Bad.
'If U".*7 A ILLN CLAIA1 ta uunLiuHco cvkhy s/,tu%cav
MonNiNG. r.iAl!.i.-D vncK T3 a»v »snr ormc
uioiiu ron t>2 crMc psti mouth ; 35.03 pen
v.cj»nfc AD.vtMVn.siN a ratcs ? *.t.oo Pirn inch each
fcNOrnTior. ^ ntADlKG noticcg. va ccntj a link.
aoil PRlNTIN'i :
TOSTrntL vt*iT*NC.  cards,
RRO&nAMUCS,      crc, ETC.
"*\*.   Poi,-,.,din.   GitANV,     lDl)rr<iu-.\l.\Nj\(ii;i{.
A county commissioner down in
Florida is said to have established
a new record for economy. At a
2recbnfe meeting of the board he
i-iekeili at a bill for ''ribbon'*- for the
typewriter. *' "She's- a nice girl,"
Hie- said, "but tho county is-under
*no obligations to buy her clothes, I
dent think.'"
A recent Sea tile, despatch says
that another reign of terror lias settled over that city. Ever since the
announcement , that Seattle would
be an open town, gamblers, broken-
down pugilists, btuglars and Loughs
of all classes'havebeen heading that
wav and the city is overrun with
the tough clement. FYoni two to
five hold-ups occur every night and
it is unsafe, for women to venture on
the streets-after ni°ht.
Why sk.vij out wims you can r.V.T r.oous as cheat hi*hi*?
Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and nil kinds o" Jewohw umiui
faeturcd on the premises.   '
Fine New Stuck of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds
Watches from  "'"i.00 up. Anents for Colnniliia ('ruinoiihones.
Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.
JULES EGOERT. & SON, at,,,* ^ i-isccy,^
safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.
A uiercii'int in a certain town
wanted th& editor o.f the local paper
to roast the. city administration for
letting an itinerant peddler come in
and undersell him on goods. This
is what the editor .wrote; "City
I>ads—You will hereby take notice
that you aso soasled for permitting
peddlers to sell goods here. The
merchant for whom we do this favor
lias his job printing done in Chicago.
It takes an unmarried woman to
tell you how si husband should be
Some people tell lies to help
themselves, and others iell them because they can't help themselves.
Magnesite Mineral  Claim,
Situate   in   t In; A tlin Mining' Division t\" Cassiar District.
WlisM'i! I«.i;titS'il:—I'tiiit  (1? Atlin tliwusiti'and
iKljiiiiiJiij?  S't«> esist. lio'uudnvy line ot the
T B "1AKI" N«>tieo ' hur 1, A. C. IIirselifeM, l'roe
-*- Miner's Curtilicalc No. U WO 19, intend,
sixty dnys from the ilato hereof, to apply to
the Mining tteeovder For a Certificate of Im-
provenicnts, for the purpose of obtaining; a
Crown Grunt off the above claim.
_, And furtliov take notice that action, under
section 'It, must lie commenced before .the issuance- of Mich Cert iliente of 1 iiiiirnvemrnts.
l>.t4Mt this -ft'li clay oif Se»,twnlw5r,l!)n*».   >itS
They   are   Waiting   for   You!
Carpets and House FurnssSiesigs.        o
FULL - LINK    01/    JJOOTS. ,ani>   SHOES,   ■       '   ,'.    '
also    GOLD , SEAT,    HIP    CULM    BOOTS.    -•
Atlin  and
'<*$   Discovery, ii. C.
Successors  to  J. H. Richardson.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
'" -—-1——-■■"*-"■ j. ■
Approaching* a' Crisis.
A late Moscow despatch says that
Hussia is again fermenting and
iher-> is no-- question but thai an. out-
foreak such as never before has
taken place is abc-ut to. occur.
Eve-zybosAy is arming for the trouble
loat will be general llnroughout the
empire. Large quantities of arms
have been seized by lhe revolutionists at Kief, Riga, Odessav Moscow,
St.. Petersburg., Sasatof; Tiflis,
Baktu Ratlins aix!- other places.
.In Cfsticasus the revolutionists
have declared war on the Cossacks.
Recently ix bombs were thrown
among Cossack troops with fa-lal
resiilts-i.n many instances.. Several
people, have bee-n kiHed by the soldiers,, and recently a woman was
killed in the street while assisting a
wounded girl.
OI-Vi'V Days ailcr <""s«t.j 1 intend Jo apply
•^-5 to the Honorable rhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, to purchase forty
acres of :*ji-rii:uUiiv.il html sitiiatre lliree-
<|iiavters of a mile nwrili of Atlin townsite,
described us follows*: jjoiiimeneinji sit a
post ])lanted on the not-tli east, corner
inurkeil ""G..M.'*.'*'north east corner post,
'henee west 2(1 chains, thence south 20 chain.;,
thence east, 2d chains, thence north 20 chains
t'o point of commencement.
G.7M. Shirley.
Atlin. 15. C. Sept. 7'h, 1905. ulS
S. PRINCESS MAY, - OctobjvR <],  iC, and 28."
S. PRINCESS BEATRICE,   -   Oct.  io, 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,
-   . Advent, Sl'iifV\va3*.
We ;»'Ye ciuiek service.     No intermediate calls.
Fur rates or information apply to
Through   Line  from  Skaguay  to   Atlin,   White  Horse,   Big  Salmon,
lr"£~TAI'.l" Notice tlmtv sixty days after date.
-"- r. on lielial' of the Hritish Yukon Nu-
vifntt i»ii ('oiup:tii.v. Ijiiu*>ti>il Linhility. intend
to apply to the GiiioE Commissioner «>f Lands
and ffiirks For peniiis-,i«ii to purchase for
rci-uiiunl and industrial purposes, on  behalf
ol:  siii.l    uiiiiiy. the following- I'escribeil
M'act of land, containing' one hiiMi'ved and
sixty (ltif!) acres, more or less^sijuated in tlio
Cassiar Hist riet, Atlin lllvision: Coiiimeiic-
Ju^C at, a posA s-.tiuttctl iu the sjoitth v;csti c*n--
uer oEWindy Ami, Silence kiii-.iiSii^ ri\).m this
post so.ii.tli ."SI uhuins. tlicnuo west 2(1 chnfiis,
thence north K) chains, tht'iM'C oust 20 chains
to phice til*commencement.
Hritish "Culcon Nuvijratioii Co., Ltd.,
Per P, |.".'"cirAi(Scii.Minr,"'upt.,
Hated this lit li day «il" Aimust, lOTi. <>21
lastallation of Officers.
The following officei's of Camp
Discovery, No. 19, Arctic Brotherhood,, vvei'e installed for the ensuing
{•erin. oii the- aolb, iust., by Past
Grand Arctic Chief, Dr. I,. S.
.Keller: Past Arctic Chief, Frank
Brackett;. Arctic Chief, H. ].;.
Brown;. Vice-Arctic Chief,. Paul
Ivggeut'; Arctic Chaplai.11, I*. Mob-
liey; Arctic Recorder,. Win, II.
■nriAlvl' Nwtjce blui'. sixty days nttcv ilate,
-*- fs cmn iL'-rliuljf off U, VY, 1". CatiaKim. in-
teiulf tc-!»pj.j-ly 4o>tIie Cliiuif CoiM.in3s^''.oiier of
r.uiicls-i'.ncl Works-for permission t'<)>purchase
the following described truet of land, containing eitrhty acres. (SO) more or .■ess, situated i'li tlie-Cassiar llisji-ict, Atliu Division:
Commeiieiuyr at. u post situated in the stiuth
end of Windy Arm.theuce vniitiinsr frojn this
jiost sjDiith 10 chains., thence east 20 chains,
thence iicm:Hi W chains, thence west and
iiliiii^ tho shore line to, point of cwnttU'tice-
II. \\\ K.Can.wan,
Per P. '.'-SlMlAl'SCtlM/llIT,
lilted ihisiltkiliiy :,)f August, I!/).-.. o21
Line  from  Skaguay  to   Atlin,   White  Horse,
Dawson and all intermediate points.
appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between  Skaguay   Caribou
d   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, !Vlail and Express-
jSo. 1.—North Bound. I No.2.—South Hound.
9.S0 a.m. IjV.       SKAGUAY      A r. 4.30 p.m.
2.10 p.m. Lv.       CAKIBOU       I.v. 11.50 a.m.      .
* 4.3(1 p.m. Ar. WIUTI* 110KS1" l.v. 9.'.10 a.m.
Leave CARlliOU *i p.m. Tuesdays,      Arrive,All.IN "J a.m. Wednesdays.
" " f> p. m. Fridays, " "        9 n. in. Siilurdays.
j,«ive ATIjIN a p.m. .Mondays, Arrive (JAKIHOU 7 a.m. Tuesdays.
*'• "       5 p. in. Thursilays. " " 1 a. in. I"ridnys/
150 pounds of hairmitfc will he checked free with each full lure ticket and la pounds
with eueh half fare licUct.
Passensrers must >>e at, depots in time to have IliiirsrnKe-iiiSipcetcil and checked.
Ti»«f Schedules are niilijeet to.eliiume withmit notice.
e/SST-     Baggage   Bonded   Through.
For information   relative  to   I'ussoiij^er, l.*veijiht,  Kxprcss and   Telearnpli Kates,
apply to any a^rent ol the Company or to
iM.J.H. WIUTI*. G. I'il'.A., J. I.IFSCOWIBE,       K. n.PINNKO. Asst. G. V.& V. A.,
Agent. Atlin. Skajruay  Alaska.
Vancouver, 11. C
mm l'losv.r.tt Alaska iank.
Stcntners leave SKAGJV'VY  for
Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco
'   ('.cuius Is. the ability to get some-
tkinig williowt work.
F"I~1AKI' Notice that, sixty duys.nftierdate.
-*- I intend to apply to olio ('hief (Joiiimis
sJoner of Ijjinds and Works U.r per in iss.ton to.
purcliiihu tin- Hollowing descrihed tract of
kiiid,. foii'jiiiiiini; eighty (SO) acres, more or
Less, sitiiateil in llie CasMiir IXstricS, Atlin
Dlvisioji: (loiniui'iiciiiK' lit dhe uoftU wcsl
■j/iiinilary of II.. W. li. (Janavan's locatioii.
theuce fiiniiiiiH: Sroiu this, point, .south -10
uhaiiis, thence wesk 2.0 chains-, tlionce north
10 chiiiiis^tlieiice east 20 cha'.us to, point, oJ!
I'. K. SCU.jt.TiS'i.'-IUMlB'l'.
Tilutied Shi's lith ikvy of August, IStW. n2|
and  Southern
o a kuv in a   u. 8.
! Humboldt,
Oct. 6, 17, 27
: inn
-SSlcJit or Wiuv for Knil.wn.vti, Eftc.
"rOTOTjf.C'l'' f.s.hc)i:el'.y yiven thai all C
.JLX     lands, iiljuif.; the   locnlcd  lin
caihrny. power or ti.'tunw.'iv conip.n.   	
Vornted itudei; authority ol' llie   l,i'Ji..hn
uj'. l.l..j.I'ro,viiii'o,.nnil Iniviny >i' widrlrot' ii.. .
(.*HJ)-  Ceet  on. i-.aeli  xiiU- ol' s<i'li| lin,-., m;-.. : .'.
seeded for ifijiht of wa.y  piirpu-,,".   fi.'t-,, n..;,
viwtovay..po\vei' or Inuiiviiy i.'ojiiii;ir.\
W. S. GUl'l-;.
' lltiputy f'oinii'.issiuiii.i' of l.undsA: Willis.
TiJWids and Works IJepartiiiimt,
-"■■*■■-■'■■   " - <£%
""■iiitotiiu,, li. (J..,:ird. Q«t.o.lj/!i:,, Uiori..
■""-"■Ar".'' NoJli!o that.sixty days al'tev dutu,
••*-•     U on  hehatli u.t C. Wynn .UJinstui, intend to applly to the Chief CommissUuier o.f
Lands and Works, for perinissioii to nurehase
|t,luj I'oUuwiug <lesci'llied tract vX buit1>noti-
,tuLuliiK eighty (80) ucres. more or less, situated in  tlu.v Clnssiur Uistvicty .A tliu llivislonr
('iiiuiiu'iii'iii':-ut n py.-t t.n the Hiuuvdiiry Une
lictiveeii   the   Viiltiin  Terrilury nnd Hritish
(.'nliiiuliia.   si.tiuiicd   on   the   west.,   side   of
Windy Arm, llieiii'i.! riiimlii;:   Irani this point
west  ;n  I'h.-iins, ihenci.'  soul liorly .III chains,
thi'iioc ciisl ai i!ii:diis'.ih<>ii('i. north and alontf
the r-hoi-c line in point of eouiuiciu'eiui'iit.
U. W y:;n .loiixtioN,
I'or T. 1'iciiAiiD.s,
il.Uij.t.iyttJj.UU.t.lj.tlij.y <xf. August   \W\. ȣl
City of Seattle,    ■ Oct. 11, 21, 31
Via Vancouver.
! Cottage City,     -    Oct.   10,   25
Via  Victoria and Sitka.
Aluive  Schedule  Snliject to   Change
Without   Notice.
C. B. Diinann, Gen. r«s,a. Ajjjt..
10 .Market Street, Kan Francisco, Cat.
E. A. MURPHY, Agent,
Skuifivay, Alaska.
Sans.   Johnstone:,   Prop.
I   Have   Re-opened
The   Royal   Laundry
 On the Waterfront,
Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.
All Work Guaranteed.
Goods Called for and Delivered.
CiVsli on. Delivery.
MrS.   M.  Fcnn,   Proprietress.
A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.
Dining-Rooin in connection.
Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.
Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.
' '■ mSoe /Palnser,.
The Reliable Shoemaker,
-    -    -    DiscovKK'V, 13. C.
Rubber Boots a Specialty.
A. F...& A.M.
Ke^-ithir (Kiiutuiinirit-
tiuiis held <m the Hist,
Tlitii'Kiluy of each mouth
in the A.O. U. W. Mull,
Third Street.
• livcllLceu. coi'dittlly luvlted
.. Uciul.ttuttvtcni for Dixou'ii stuuo. ATUN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   21, , 1905  "ATLIN  TRADING   COMPANY,, Ltd.,   atun-  Our Stores  in   both. Towns  are   now fully stocked   with   full  lines , in ��� Groceries   and   Dry  Goods.  DISCOVERY.  A. T. Co., Ltd.    ,  A. S. CROSS, President.  Aii Honest Confession.  The   church   was   full,    and    the  preacher said,  "It gladdens my heart lo see  So many out this beautiful day  To join iu worship with me'  "Now all who pay their honest debts  Please rise for a moment and stand,  That 1 may know  how many there  are   .-    ' .       ��� ' '  Who   arc Christians, in truth, in  this band."  "  Aud at once the whole congregation  arose,  And   .looked   at  each  other and  smiled,  Save one in the rear, in a threadbare  suit,  Who sat with bowed head  meanwhile.  The   preacher  espied   him,  and reprovingly said:  "Don't   you   pay, your  debts ?,.I  pray."  "I'm an editor, sir, and. easily could  If those who stood'up would pay.'*'  The girl who can flirt and won't  isn't.  Silence is a good poultice to apply  to angry ears.  It costs a lot of money to be  friends with some people.  A thing that costs you nothing  usually.is worth about what it cost.  Did you ever notice that tan shoe.*  are invariably the mark of a vain  man.  A Woman Advocates Chloroform.  Philadelphia, Oct. 12. ��� Miss  Anna Pall, of Cincinnati, at .1 he  annual meeting of the National  r-Iuiuaue Society today delivered an  address in which she advocated lhe  use of anaesthetic poisoning (o kill  persons who are ' suffering dying-  agony whether in cases of accident  or otherwise. She believes shooting  would be merciful-in the event of  frightful railroad accidents.  The Atlin Market Co, Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   a!so  POJJLTRY  OF   ALL   KINDS,. Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  �� But what makes him look so sad?  ���He is writing the funny column  for a daily paper.   SUCCESSORS TO   THOMAS   &,   BEN WELL,  Court of Revision.  Atlin Assessment District.  "P Accordance with the provisions of tlie  -1- "Assessment Act" the first session of the  Court, of Revision (ind Appeal for tlio Atlin  Assessment District, will he helil in the Court  Itocim, Atlin, H. C, 0:1 Tuesday, the twenty-  fourth (liiy of October, A.])., 190.'),at the hour  of ten o'clock in tlie forenoon.  AV. POLLARD GRANT,  Judge of the Court of Revision  and Appeal.  Dated at Atlin, H. C, 29th September, 1905.    \  Wholesale  Dealers in" Wines, Spirits mil Ci  Local Agent: M. R. Ja*uiesok.     Head Oki'ice : Vancquvek.-B. C.  TELEGRAPHERS  Annually, to fill the new positions created by  Railroad and Telegraph Coin panics. We want  Young Men and Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN  TELEGRAPHY  AND   R. R. ACCOUNTING.!  We furnish 7,") percent, of the Opcrator.saiid  Station Agents iu America. Our six schools  are the largest exclusive Telegraph .Schools  IN THE WOULD. listnhlished 2(1 years and endorsed by all leading Railway Oflicials.  We execute a .*25() ilond to every student to  furnish him or her a posit ion pnyingrrom Sill  to "SUO a month iu States east of the Rooky  Mountains, or from $75 to S100 a month iu  .States west of tlio Rockies, immediately upon  graduation.  Students can enter at any time. No vacations. l"or full particulars regarding any of  our Schools write direct to our executive  ollice at Cincinnati, 0.   Catalogue free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texarkana,, Tex.  Buffalo, N. Y.  LaCrosse, Wis.  San Francisco, C'al.  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  GOLD STRINGER, NORMAN 1Sd  KA.U-  J1A .MINliRAL CLAIMS.  Locathd on tub East Side of Taku aim of  Tac-ish Lakk.  Nine  Mixes  South ' of  Golden Gate, Atlin .Mining Division  of Cassiak Disthict.  fT"*IAKG Notice that the Engineer Mining  -*- .CnmDiiiiy, Ltd., Speciul Free Miner's  Certificate No. 5721,* iuio.,,1 niiir.,ini-i{j,ai>i  the date hereof, to apply to the .Mining Ke-  coriler for Certificates of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  .the above mineral claims.  .  And further take notice that action, under  Section  No. 117, must lie commenced before  the issuance of such Certificates ot Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of August, 1905.  THE ENGINEER MINING Co., Ltd.,  o2R A. P. Mead, Pros.  TI-IE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.'   C.  C. H. Nissen, Prop.      -       -    F. B. Wrong, Mgr.  Restaurant, iu Connection Under  New und Capable jWnnngonient.  The   Canadian  ommerce.  NOTICE.  NOTICE Is hereby given that tho owners  of tho "Mon-Union" lease on Moulder Creek  will not he responsible forany debts contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.  A. S. CROSS,  Atlin, June 20th', 1903.        Managing Owner.  jl-l-4m  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $10,000,000.  Reserve,' $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  Sari Franeiseo,  * '      0 Portland,  Skag'wav   Gte'  Exchange sold on all Points. '  Gold Dust Puuchased-  -ASSAY   OFFICE  IN   CONNECTION.  D. ROSS, Manager.  Send us your Job Printing  7ST0Tr  -J-~ tion  11 will be made to the Parliaiueut of  Canada at. its next session for an act to incorporate a company with authority to construct, equip, maintain and operate a railway of standard or narrow guuge from a  point at or near Selkirk en the Yukon River  in the Yukon Territory, south westerly by  tlie most feasible route towards Aish-ihilc  Lake, south westerly through .McKiuley  Pass to the junction of the Dezadeash and  Kuskawalsh Rivers, thence along the valley  of the Alsek River by the most feasible route  Sale of Crown-Granted   Mineral Claims in the Atlin Assessment  District for Un-Paid Taxes.  IIIEIU'I'Y GIVE NOTICE That ou MONDAY, the SIXTH Day of NOVEMHHR, A. 1). 1905, at the hour of eleven o'clock iutliofui oon,  at thu Court, Itoom, Atlin, f. shall oll'er for Sale by Public Auction the Mineral Claims iu the liht. hereinafter set o.ut, of the persons  iu the said list, hereinafter sot out, for which Crown Grants have been issued; for all un-paid taxes aecrued due and liiynhlii on tho  thirtieth day of June, A. D. 11105,-ur on any previous date, and for the costs of advertising and other expenses.  If the taxes and expenses, Including the cost of advertising, as set out in said list, are not, paid to mo before the day of sale, the  claims limy be sold to tho hlghoNtbidder, and a conveyance executed to tlio purchaser of all right and interest in said claims legally  ulioiintod by the Grown Grants thereof.  rn the event of there being no purchaser, or the price olTcred shall not be sufficient to pay the taxes and expenses, the land shall  nbsnliitely revert to the Crown, and tho Crown Grants thereof shall be deemed void and cancelled.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  Name of Claim.  "Nimroil" .....  "Imperial"....  "Sultan l"r."..  "Transit, l"r.".  ".Myusotis"....  "Taku Chief".  "Lake View" .  Lot No.  Registered Owner or Grantee.  Taxes Payable  IK'tli '.Itino, 1005.  Kxponses and  Costu.  Total Amount  Due.  1!I7.  l'.IS. '  Kill.  200.' .  2.'!).  210.  Nimroil Syndicate, Limited     do                 do               .......;.......   do               do   Schnrsehnildt, li. M '..   ��11 75  III 1)0  0 25  4 75   .  11 50  .?2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  '    2 00  2 00  ' $13 75    .  15 00 .  11 75  ti 75  15 511  12 00  211.  Peek-, P. R   8 25  10 2*>  Dated at Atlin, 1". C, this Twelfth day of October, A. D. 11)05.  J. A. FKASIill,   AssufiHolt,  ATI.IN  A.SfiKBKMI'.NT DlSTUlCT,  Atlin Post Ofkick.  to a point between the IH(i�� and K'S�� of  Longitude on the international boiindarv  line.  Also from the aforesaid Selkirk by the  most, feasible route along the valley of the  Lewes River to a point on the- Big Salmon  R.ver, thence across the Rig Salmon River to  and along the valley of tho 'fooralinoun.  River to Lake Teslin, along Tcslin Lake and  from thonce by the most feasible route iu a.  southerly and easterly direction noross tho  Stikeen River, iu a south westerly direction  along the Nans valley and KitMimgallum  valley through the Kitinmt valley to Kilimat.  Arm iu Hritish Columbia and to commence  eou'-triietiou at, any point thereon: with  power to construe.:, maintain and operate  branch lines aud all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses and wharves; to construct,  own aud'opcrato telegraph aud telephone  linos in connection with tho said railway and  branches; to construct, purchase or otherwise acciuire, charter, obtain control of,  navigate and keep iu repair steamers and  other vessels to ply bel ween ports in Canada  and between ports in Canada and ports outside of Canada, carry ami convey passengers  and freight and enrry on a general transportation servico in connect ion with the said  railway, and to sell and dispose of such vessels; to acquire and utilize water and steam  power orany other power for the piirpo.su  of generating electricity for lighting and  motor purposes, or for any other purpoi.es  in and may operate the said railway by any  kind of motive power; to expropriate ur  otherwise ' iiei.nl re foreshore rights and  lauds for right of way. stal ion grounds and  other necessities: to nciiulrc. take and receive lands or any other aid from the government or Canada or from any provinces or  districts thereof, or from any municipal  corporation or persons towards the construction of said railway or works; to levy  and collect tolls from all parties using and  on all freight, passing iu or over the said  railway or the bridges, 'vessels, or lands of  tlie company; to make trallic and other  raiigenionts with other railway  or persons and for all other usual ami necessary powers and privileges; to curry on the  business of a general trading company and  of an express company, to own, mitiiiige and  lease hotels, ami to own, mine and explore  ami devclope mineral lauds and to eurry on  a general mining business und nnv business  incidental to the purposes aforesaid.  Dated August 17th, 1005.,  C. AV. C. TA nou.  n28 Sfli<'i'��.r '<��������� .'���������'  . . m.  ai'-  eonipaiiies ||F:!j7  JSU  m  m  ATIJN, ;,7.b;.:-:G;,^  ���'''������ ':77' 7;J/bcat-'Ey^ntS-:-7'-''''-.'"'7r.-, Stables &:i,u,msdeii carry,a-stod  "'Tarke.^  '���������-������   ' 7 v. .���.-.-: ���������   y. ������ ,v'-. p,,.: ..;','>�� " i   /McDonald's- Grocery  f;izcs:and prices at C.���K.yBouine -v 71  :The lalest inagazines/and ;pa:nei:s  ai'e always on iiancVatPillniaif s  -7   Full   line  of SliotGun:and Rifle  Carti-itl^es at' Regan's Hardware.  ;;'Miss;V..:;Mol\*neau:-: leiVoir Moii-  7 day's boat for a visit 7to coast! cities.  .MDivaiidyMrs. :M  :' wajv; paid;. Atlin .a Vwo-days; visit  .',this^vveek>;;y.7:;.7...,;';:;7-'';;7';y7 >"-:-7  7 7;.M-r:.-y :alidV'.;.Mrs.7 ;Ganava!i7iel't;oii  yMonday for Victoria, 7 where   they  'will spend the-winter. >y yyyy yy -���>-   y  7; A.;C.THirschfeid/ left :on   yester-  -day'sljbfit'lbr/Vaiicouver.wlieVeylic  r inteiids'to :spendtlic=;wiivter: liion ths.;  yyy Dr.7i,.;S.:7Ke]lerj;^  7'iii   Atlin ytliree.\veeks ,ph:a profes-  ;; sidu al 7 vj sit,_; left7tor ������ Skag-ya vL.on  : Monday. -r ..;7 y.y.yy ;y ;".'���"���'���" 7.y7y''  '"/.Miiiersyshouldy tryfGelig'iite y in  ' tiieir/tuiuiels.���-No fimies,:'-'dc*As;i'bet:-.  '7ter.-7j$w^  powder^t- Regan's^;:,y y7     -7'y-;  .-. 7-Mi':'yA.' S. Gross, '-wlio-ywas 7 con-  :.'lined to his bed.for three days . with  ;ya7bady;eold ��� atrciie beginhiug; of:tile  : v,*eek7:is;oii'"liis;feet::ag*iin.-L7.-.;;,;77;,..::-":  ';7 7;The y:Fiftli;yyAven  7Skagyvay,7 is- iioted7 for'7its;; goed:  7.beds, -' commodious . and ���-'.���'-���elegantly'  furnislied, rooms,' and all-around  .- 'general excellence,..: 7 y ::3   y  777Mr;.: A7 H.7aiid7Mrs. yyBroiiilyyyof.  -the;N.7M7;;i>td^  ^���Trqiightoii :ahd farai.ly,';aud;Mrs.'A.;- ;j  ;B; Taylor: and; family left^-ior-; the;; :: 7p,5*i6Yviii<->  ed  re  ri't-    _      makes   ;  specially ol7Tresh: eggs vandjbuttei  . :I7ove iettersare most apt .to l>e;i  terestiiig'/'Vheiiythey;are; publish  'in. book ���form.-'." :. ���.;' y y:;  :'���:" Corfe.'sp.oiicleiiceis made a pleasur  by. 'usiiig: the '.'������tic w. slock ofy fine wr  iiig'papei-.-and envelopes at .Bourne's.;  7,:.Mr.;,yA\^  ;VTalT,:y;'ys;artcd 'on Friday for-a visit  to'liis;lidnib iii Kugiand.:   He ; will  returiiVto^A^  .7 Judge-You ng:iandyMr7A7;R.:Mc7  ^Dp'i'i'a.id'i.'Yen^^  last 7 frour Skagway  ���liad''ia'^  77Asl-:Y;:your7.; friends7\7iiiH^Atliii:*  .'������.���Which'- hotel yis l.hc best in Sl-ag-:  ^,riy ? 'yyy'nicir. reply will be: VTtie'  Fifth ���Aycnuet_^'riiat's;;aU.;7:y3;^  7YTIixT Re vV��� A ^M -7Rgss rarrivcdyori  WecVnesday/evcinugyfrora Red Deer,  Alberta, 7^  work.'��� of:the .Presbylerianj;church.  ;A:. receptioiv7;\yas7 tendered 7 liimyin  the '��� churchyiinuiediately upou7;the  :arrival.:qf:tiie .koat.y; ';-'7'77:y-y;y:7.7-: 77;  ../It -isn't. alway*'7;safe Uo/iell "ythe  'truth 7to;;ycur, wife, .but7:iris:^ater  thaiiiiot������ to tell. ���y-.-.y;..��������� -;;; ������'*-7���--.,i;���-..���:.>;,.--���  ;!7:The:':MeGlary-!amous7Tau^  .heaters: at ;R"e^  7 Every nitinowes it'tbhinisolf aud.liis family  to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement of .'the six:,M.or.se Schools  of .Telegraidiy, iii'tiiis/issiie liiul learn liow  basily a young mail or'lady inay lcarii .tele  grapiiy and bo aVsurod a position.  :.;:..  7'!".^.77;..Kew''^rriyicilsl;7'.77''5';7-;'7;'  coast or. yesterday's -boat,  7.7: T.lie'Scotia.'.will:leave., Atlin at io  a.ni. on. Tuesda}',-. Oct. 31st, on the  last outward bound trip of;the sea-'  son77 ^Freight and; baggage should  be delivered1 on the wharf _b>: .4,.P-ui.  .011 :the:30th;. ..7        .:-���������;���-:  "���'.'v Mr. Jas7Glark, oi"��� the Half-Way:  . House, will hold a. big turkey .shoot  at his hotel on Thursday, Oct. 26th,  which is7 Canadian Thanksgiving-  Day, y All local guiiirieii should  atlend and mark--time on a lurke}r.  Rev. W. J. Kidd,: who has held  forth in the Presbyterian church for  the past three months or so, lefi on  Monday last for Kingston, Out., to  complete his -studies. While in  Atlin Mr. Kidcl made many warm  friends.  s  Today is the 100II1 anniversary of  the battle of Trafalgar, when 1,01x1  Nelson won a glorious victory over  the combined fleets ol France aud  Spain. Flags are flying from lhe  local public buildings in honor of  the event.  On Saturday last the Upper Yukon sawmill, tliree buildings, the  shipyard and railroad roundhouse  at Caribou were_ burned lo the  ground. The loss is $40,000 with  no insurance. The mill, which  was creeled in 1900, had only lately  been put in repair and re-operated  by Harry A. Munn, of Victoria.  ra^listorihbse^yhq  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  Oct; 18.���Mrs;:N..C.; Wheeling, 'A.  M;;;,Ross,7P?,Boudreau, I>. Scliulz,  Drv -"'Rmi'iiaiis and wife, and_P; F.  :Scbarschiviidt.7      7.7 7:  -^l^^rt.  liirli���^:;'oiipe  ON  y Canadian: Thanksgiving .Day 7  Oct.  26th,71905,   "  "������ ��� ���������.- . .at ������;���        7 "���'���. ;77;  The Halfa Way Boiise0  Conic and Win a Prize.  Bring Your   Own   Rifle.  50  SHARES   OI"  Atlin Trading Ce/s  05i T-T &h #^ ��/i  Will Be'Sold  AT  ���"!> 0^ .*S"B  PER   SHARE.  Original Par Value  $100.00 Per Share. ,  Apply   to   ���       ' '   -  N. C. WHEELING,  Agent.  -owest Prices in  Camp at  A   Large   Shipment  Of.   NEW   GOODS.'  00  WW �� '^  t.i  4   ',.   v.'.?, -(���;;> l- ::���> iH fa fi";,;l  %#> ii^ uii / *yc V ta si ti ->  rBB3s��'4r3   ''       fe\ PA  Wi Ej ^ ffl ^ fe   ^ : -is few.gagi m M gi $,*���?$  ��4 |%|::y ;::;^| MM�� ^%1;;; ^^M^f^^r  Belive^ed'-to^:^  7Vy^:oQds~lVi#|i7a  Oij.i< i Mo-r'i'O���Oiie. price7aiid 71 air /treaUiieiit'- tp7all.  '��@^m^sp^&i^P^^  WMm^^KMSM  -W-lATIjINi^BvLe^;  7-7smai;.i5;a��i>;^  ^S^s'y I7'^^^^^^^^&^^: yt'/^.^v ^-^&;^^;  ^HK^SrNi^GlboiF  ;���'5:;777'777:-^7;77"777 y y?7;;^;cL AS^  1-^77',  ^.'4^''��*->;f��^^J  b4XCJMBP.OTH.ERS,.- Proprietors*.  -���'.���'������'.' .;"������_.'-j.'- " ."'.'";', ":��<i-<���;~" y.'y ���.: ;.^yy.     ���*'";���'.:-;;.'  ;7;7y;;;7P0oi;77f&;:;^  Freighting arid Teaming  5*     y^ Worses and l^igs for Hire.  rill! if pj  ��  Exe-cuted Cheaply,   Prompiiy and Satisfactorily,  '.'. . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  .j��t&jZ>.jZ^c&c&!��t'i��  1,     ZJfsst  llUm '(si nfliMa��>nifli/ $1 M P^r Pad  ^(>)/(i^y(((^VV*vVVV^^ O Viif<VWVVWWVV^^  .a  THE  Ialf-Wav 'Mouse  is ii lmvi'ii for nil  trnvi-llui'i,'. Tlieincitls  arc Ij'do-inilliiia: ami  tlio lirauors in the  liar as ���'ofrR.sli'ing as  H113 don* of tho curly  moi'iiiiif'', An Jdctil  Miiiiiner din] wiiitcr  resort.  JAMES   CLARK,  ri'Ol'KHCTOK.  Il  *M


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