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 ���^-'  'I >  \% ***** %  <^o,  M^M, b. C  -���^���s-*.-  <$���'/  VOL. t3.  ATLIN,  B. C,   SATURDAY.    OCTOBER    28,   1905.  NO. 32*  TELEGRAPHIC.  [/  /  MURDER   IN   SEATTLE.  Vancouver Telephone Inspector Electrocuted,  DIAMONDS   RETURNED TO  OWNER.  Riot  -Mr.  the  and Bloodshed In Chile���Han  Drowned In Attempt to Save  His Dog��� Tog-ols Fle*et--Strike  and Contlict in Russia���Crisis  Said to be Imminent.  [tU'KGIAri TO THE  CLAIM.]  -Vancouver, B. C.,- Oct. 27.���Mr.  Thomas H. Lawraso'n, an inspector  in the service of the Britis-h'Golum-  bia Telephone Company, was electrocuted in this city on Wednesday  by a telephone wire becoming  crossed  -with an electric light wire;  Vktwria,-  B. C, Oct. if.���Kurts,-  t-h'e man who stole the Redfern diamonds- in  this  city a few days ago  and then surrendered them,   is novvi  ; held   on   a charge of the theft of a  ' bicycle.   ���  '   Seattle, Wash., Oct. 27.���A man  named Joe ��� Fiat killed Mrs. Lottie  Nicholls, a widow of this city aged  22,   on' Wednesday because she re  fused to marry 'hi-m.    Fiat has been i  arrested.  San Diego, Chile, Oct. 27.���-During the early part ofthe week riot'^  ers wreeked nearly every public  structure iu this city. The -soMiers  fired into "the mob several times aird:  many people were injured. All  business has been suspended.  Yorkton, Sask., Oct., 27.-  Clark, a former accountant in  service of the Bank of Montreal,  has been drowned near this place  while trying to save the life oi his  dog,  Asbcroft, B. C, Oct. 27.���Tbe  Cariboo Consolidated Mine at Bullion, B. C, has been sold to the  Guggenheims, of New York, and  others for one million dollars. A  seventeen mile ditch, costing upwards of#500,000, will be pushed  to completion.  Tokio, Oct 27.���-The reception  tendered to the officers and men of  the combined Japanese fleets when  they returned to this port a few  days ago was a .grand and notable  affair.  It has transpired that the fleet  under Admiral Togo did not anchor  once in a period of five months,  which was froHi Augrast 10th, 1904,  until the Russian battleship Sevastopol was torpedoed in the latter  part of December, which is a record  for boats being continuously under  their own steam. ,  SL Petersburg,. Oct. 27.���This  city will almost assuredly soon be  cut off from both railroad and telegraphic communication with the  outside world owing to a strike of  all classes of railroad men which  has   been   precipitated and which  has already tied up more than   half] Sunday  of the railroad systems, both govern-     :  nient owned and those of private  corporations, throughout European  Russia. Anarchy is 'threatened in  all its worst forms and a nation-  shaking' crisis appears extremely  imminent. The telegraphers have  all joined the movement. Bloody  conflicts have been occurring daily  for some time between tfoe troops  and strikg.. -demonstrators and a  large number'of people have been  killed and- hundreds of others injured. To mike matters worse, a  general strike ' of the meii in all  the trades and professions through-.  out the country is threatened.   -���  Vauoouver, B. C.,- Oct. 27.���The  grand jury,here has thrown out the'  case against Reed, a druggist of  this ,city, who had been committed  for trial on a charge of having, performed am abortion.  Moscow, Oct. 27.���The condi**  tions in this oity. closely resemble -a  state of seige. The price of meat  has. lately been trebled and the  population has become extremely  restless and panicky.  morning last. All of the  crew, including Capt. 1'hillips and  wife, went down with the wreck.  . As a reward for winning the American League baseball pennant the  18 players-of the Philadelphia club  were presented by the president of  the club witli a purse of $8,131.49,  on a long, chase on the trail oft  murderer, returned - to that plac*  with his man ou Oct. .1:9th to'find  that his wife- had died only two  hours before his arrival.  A London despatch says that iu  every part of the British empire tlie  looih  anniversary of Nelson's vie-  to be divided equal!}* between tliem.j tory over  the .Spa-mish-Firench fleet  i  ���GENERAL   NEWS.  "N. F.-Hag'd, K. C��� formerly of  DawsGiV-ha'sJaeen appointed Crown."  prosecutor; of the city of Winnipeg:  The prince and Princess ��f. Wales'  were tendered -a reception'at Genoa,',  Italy, la5t woefc-w-hnTe on their way  to iLiidda. "  Ooall Burgess,-; the well-known'  minstrel, died in-the general hospital at'Torontoon Oct.- 20th, from  heart disease.  The Lewis & Clark exposition  gold medal was awarded to Alberta,  Canada, for winter wlieat in competition with Oregon and California.  A Cherbourg, France, -despatch  says that ��� active preparations are  being made at that .port to refit war  vessels for service in case of trouble  with Venezuela.  At Victoria, on Oct. 17th, Red-  fern's jewelry store *was burglarized  and diamonds to the value of $50,-  000 were -stolen. Tlie thieves are;  supposed to have been American  crooks.  llie steamship Tartar, which'  sailed from Vancouver for the  Orient on Oct. ibfh, indmded an'  her cargo a ton and a half of silver-  from the Trail smelter for the Chin-;  ese mint.  -The Toronto -city 'cotrrrcil Iras  asked Judge Winch-ester to bold an  inquiry on the charge ��of bribery  against one of the .members of tfhe  council in connectioia with a certain  franchise lately granttoi.  A Madrid oorrespoodent states  that,'*'tea-ring an attract from the  British .torpedo boats, the Moroccan  bandits released the British officers,  Capt. Oowtfocr and! Lieut. Hatton,  who have arri ved at Cent*.  A Detroit report says that the  barge Minnedosa, of Kingston,  Out.,   was lost in Sagiuaw Bayou  A Buffalo despatch says that dur-  mS ,a gale 011 the great lakes on;  Sunday last the wind attained a  "velocity of 72'miles an hour. . Onej  person was killed, much property!  destroyed and disasters ' reported |  from several places.  ��� The trade reports of the Douiinionj  for the fiscal quarter ending Sept.'  30th show a decline of over $3,000,-  000 in exports," while the imports  show au increase of $2,000,000  and a consequent increase of $500,-  000 in duty collected.  The Halifax Herald, the leading  Conservative paper in the Maritime  provinces, has repudiated R. L.  Borden, leader of tlie Conservatives,  and most vigorously assails him for  accepting a salary from the government for his services as leader.  "Ex-police constable E. Proud-  home, of Ottawa, has struck it rich  at--.Cobalt, the uew saining district  iu Ontario, where in a 'few weeks  he took 'out * gold- to the value of  $150,000, and- where he owus claims  valued-atjo'vcr a million dollars. -  'In London" on,Oct. 16th King  Edward, Queen Alexandria, and  the Priuce and Princess of Wales  laid the corner stone of the new and  immense general postoffice, on Newgate street, on the site formerly  occupied" by-the Blue Coat school. '  The Hon. A. G- Blair- has resigned the managing.directorship of  tbe Henderson Roller Bearing Co.,  of Terento, and wiifl again take up  the practice .off-law in Orta*wa. 'IMais  is looked upoa as the first step toward re-entering Dominion politics.  Tfee ashes of tibe iate Sir Henry  Irving were laid to rest in the poet's  corner, Westminster Abbey, on Oct.  20th. All the most distinguished  people of Britain attended the funeral. Among the floral tributes  was a wreath from the King and  Queen.  The annual report ofthe Dominion postoffice department for the  year ending June 30th, last, shows  a surplus of $490,844. The revenue  from Atlin and the Yukon was  $101,940 less than the expenditures.  During the year 285,000,000 letters  were handled.  A Toluo despatch says that Baron  Komura, head of the late Japanese  peace envoy, has been relieved of  the position of minister of foreign  affairs and that henceforth it will be  impossible for him. to hold any public or official'position; on account of  his unpopularity.  A Regina despatcb -says that Detective Pat Egan, of the Royal N.  W. M. P., who  had   recently beeti  was celebrated. On all the ships.of  the navy the sailors were given an  i hour, flags were dipped and the  bauds played the dead march.  Thirty-tour persons, three ol  whom will probably die, were injured in au accident on the Cheyenne & Northern , railway - near  Horse creek, Wyoming, on October,  18th. The smoker .and two, coaches  of a passenger train Jeft the rails  and rolled down an embajikment.  W. B. Smith, formerly president  of the Western National Bank .-of  Louisville, , Ky., has been indicted  by the federal grand jury on ten  counts for embezzlement, making  false entries and misappropriating  $198,000. Smith, who is in 'Porto  Rico, will - return aud face .tlie  charges.   -  The. -feature of a banqnet given  by,the citizens of Quebec to Hon.  Mr. Parent, on Oct.   20th  was   the  denial by. Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier of -the ~  stories /circulated to the effect fckat  he intended-to resign'. ' The .premier  .stated emphatically that 'he-hoped,  his health permitting," to be prime  minister, for aaotifaer six years at  least and to *see the completion -of  the Grand Trunk Pacific railroad.  A Vladivostock report states that  sirrce" the-lifting ofthe seige'at ttial  place' great-business'-'activrty is apparent '.'in - alL ���departments of "trade..  Many-Americans- have already ftb-  ���tained business footing in .the city  and 30 ot-her American firms are  corresponding with the authorit-iei*  with a view of securiug -business  ���quarters. Many Japanese and Russian firms have also arrived and'-cs-  tablished business houses.  A Gibraltar despatch of .Oct. .lSlk  to the New York Times -say* that  while the British .torpedoboat destroyer Cheswell was lying at  anchor between 'Ceuta and Ceres,  on the Moroccan coast, a fusilade of  bullets was rained on her by Moors  ���lying in ambush. There were 11��  -casualties, but several shots struck  the steamer's, smoke stacks and  showered 011 the decks. The assailants did not .show themselves in  the open.  A Yamada, province of. Use, despatch to Tokio say's Hunt AdniiralL  Togo, accompaniediby two (thousand  armed and one tkotisau-i huh-armed  sailors, has proceeAed -to the temple  of Tse and is there worshipping according to the ancient rites of Paganism. This disposes ofthe report  which was circulated and caused  considerable comment in Tokio a  few weeks ago lo the effect that  Admiral Togo had embraced tbe  Christian trelig-by..  . ������������'���*&!��.< ATLIN,   B.    C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   28,  1905  if  . 'E  !'  The'Atlin Claim.  Tllli ATLIN CI.AI/il ispuquuhco cvrnv saturdav  - morning,    mailcd   men   to   any   paut or run  wonuo  1*011  no   ccnn    pen  KoNni ;   sn.oo   pr.ti  ycmi.     AovcnTIBlNc MArrs: 1.1.00 rcn inch tach  INSCItTION I    HL'AUINC.   NOTICES.   ?C   CCNTS  A   LtNC.  T.PCCIAI.   HATIZr.    ON    APPLICATION.   ��-��<��*_   .ion pkintino:  ILL-HCAOS, ' POGTCRS. VIB1TINC.   CAMPS,  LrTTrn-iirAOs, pnor.nAMMi:r.,     etc., ctc.  ohdci;5  phompti.v execurno.  ll  PIIICCC    MODCHATI*.    . *  Court of Revision.  Tub Ati.in Ob,\iM Puiimsiiikg Co., Ltd.  XV.     POM.AItll.      GlIANT.       I'niTOH-MANAfiKH.  ��� The first session of the.Coin I of  Revision and Appeal for the Atliu  Assessment District was held on  Tuesday afternoon last, Mr. Pollard  Grant presiding. In all there were  some five appeals, covering a number of lots. In some cases tlie appeals were dismissed, while in  others there was a substantial reduction made.  The next silting of the court will  be held on Tuesday, 7th November,  at 11 a.m.  setiii- ana fitiatiw  "-Why kbnd out whbs you <:a.v hbt oooiis' as cjii*ac tiiiiG?  , i.Atlin, Nugget and    Grape   Rings, ami ��H kinds of Jewelry maun  factured on the premi-ps.  Fine  New  Stock  of   Watcnas,  Clocks,  Jewel-ry  sind   Diamonds  Watches from .'J.'i.O') up. Ajjeiils l<ir Cotiiniliiu Gratiioplwnps.  , Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON, auw an�� wscovhrv,  Safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and 'Maiuifaefairmg Jewelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  Certificates  of Improvements.  "TOWN 370TS.      -  During- the .sittings of the.Court  of Revision the question of the value  of town lots was raised several  times and .appeals were made  against the valuation of the assessor, which valuation was the upset  price ofthe lots at the Government  sale in May, 1S99.  Alain- of the lots had a rather  high value 'placed upon them at  that time, but then it was a new  camp and was more or less boomed'  and no one could look far into the  future.  This was more than six yeais  ago and, as -conditions are,  the piices then placed ' are  much in excess of the actual value  at tlie present time.  Tlie majority of the lots have had  only the first payment made upon  them-��� being )4 of the upset price,'  the balance bearing interest until  paid. - ���-.*,-.  Several attempts have been made  to get the Government to forego the)  balance and interest and give grants  on lots that the  first payment has  been made upon.  Meetings have  poorly aUendccl-  tliiug   in   Atlin. -  been passed, and all to  no purpose.  The position remains unchanged.  Something should be done, and  we feel that if the matter was properly placed before our member and  the Government, the- Government  would find some way out of the  difficulty.���Perhaps . they , would  pass a special Act for the relief of  the property holders here.���Who  knows? ��� '  Wedge   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in llm Atlin Mining Division of Atlin  District.    Where   located:    Pine  Creek  vulli'.v,   between   tlio Yellow Jacket and  Wiir liable.  rpAKK   Notice   that  J, J. M. RuH'ner, I'Yoo  "     Miner's Certificate No.  15 8!i!)0'l, iiitnnil,  sixty days rrom tlio dnto hereof, to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements.  Tor  tho purpose ol'obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And flirt her take notice that action, under  section :n, must he commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of improvements.  Dated this 2tith day or October, A. D. 1905.  d-!'! ��� J.M.'KUKli'iSI***..  IN  CLOTH I  argams  9 '^-fgjjg a����f *?sJ*22*!!i&  fuij,  11. fc  Astoi*   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atliu Mining- Division of Atlin  District.    Where  located:    Pine  Creek  valley, adjoining the Yellow Jacket.  rpAKK   Notice that I, ,7. M. Runner, Fret)  Miner's Certificate No. II .'SjflOli,  intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  tho Mining Uocorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action; under  section IiT, must bo commenced before tho  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2('th day of October. A. D. Ifl0"i.  <!���>;��� J". M. RUFl*Nr*R.  Carpets and H-mtse FtnvsisJiings. ,  I'JNl'v    OK "HOOTS    ami) \SUOKS,  also    OOl.I)    SKAJ,    Hi.P   GUM    JJOOTS.  AH in and  '*9   Discovery,' B. C.  Richardson.  Successors  to  J. H  Canadian Pacific Railway'Company."  do  ii,  26.    ALASKA   ROUTE   SAHINGS.  S. 'S. AMUR departs from Skagway:  : Nov.  4, . 15,   26,   Dec.  '' do     '' ���  do-    ' ��� Jan.- ir,  26, Fkb.  ii,  .Sailiii"' from Skagway 8 p.m:; ,  Direct- to ^Vancouver  and Victoria.      ��� .     .  Trans|)Ortiii!J by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra eliar^fi.  H. .'B. Dunn,  Afient, Skn^R'asv.  6.  XVc Rive quick service;     No snteraicdiate calls.  For rates or information apply: to  Bear   Paw   Mineral   Claim.  been called and  -an uncornmon  Resolutions have  Situate in the Atlin Mining: Division of Atlin  District.    Where located:    In  the Pine  Creek valley, adjoining the Rock of Aj;es.  ri-iAKIi   Notice that I, J. M. Ru'I'ner,   Free  Miner's Certificate Xo. li3590.'), intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  tho Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of Ini-  provoments. for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,.under  section !'7, must lie commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Hated this 2Gth day of October, A. 1)..']S05.  (123 J. M. JtUWiNEB.  TBE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE  Through   Line   from   Skaguay   to  Atlin,   White   Horse,  Big  Salmon,  ' Dawson*and all intermediate points.,  Finely  a��pointe*cl trains daily* except Sunday,  between- Skaguay  Caribou  ~od  Whitehorse.  Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   Of   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1-���Nortli Hound. |  No-2.���South lkxuid.  ,"'*"'      fl.30 a.m: Lv.       SKAGUAY   ' A jr. L3() p'm.  2.10 p.m. Lv.       CARU'OU      Lv. 11.51) a.m.,  4-30 ������.in- Ar. WJUTi-, HOKSii Lv.'9.:��J a.m..     '  TIME   SCHEDULE-LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CAUIHOU a i>". in." Tuesdays,      Arrive A 1 H!S' i) a.tn. Wednesday-?.  ��� " . "      -   * fl p. in. Fridays, "  .-        "        0 a. m. Sat*u<Ui5's.  sheave A'J'LTN-5 p.'m. Mondays, ' Arrive CAlilHOU 7 a.m. Tuesdajs-  *' "        5 p. in. Thursday*. " "   - ? a. in- l'Vidnji  IflO pounds of basr^ag-e -vvill be checked free with each full fare ticket .-ind 35  pounds  with each half faro ticket.  Passensci'sniust be at depots in time to have ila-rgruKC ins<)ectodand<;liec3fod.  Time iiehetUiles arc !.nl>joct. tu cliauso ivitliout notice.  C&~     Baggage   Bonded   Through..  For  information  relative  to Passenger,   Preijjlit,  Exjirci-s au<l TcIc.-kidJi Kates,  apply to any ajfent of the Couipnii.v or to . ,. "  m.j. il wnrrii. g. i? & p. aj,.       j. li fscom ee,     ii.��.prxNi-o, a*s*.g. p.j- p. a..  Agent, Atlin. Ska^oay  Alaska.  Vancouver, 11. C.  Cub   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Man wants a whole lot here below  and wants it more and more.  Some people consider it an absolute waste of money to use it lo pay  debts.  Never lie serious when you have  a chance to be foolish; then you can  side step with   dignity if necessary.  Extra proof- ���While seeing is believing, as wise owls often tell, yet  there arc often doubters who want  to feel as well.  A good business head���".She has  been engaged to tliree different men,  each lianied William." "Quite a  Hill collector, eh?"'.  Situate in the Atlin MiniiiH: Division of Atlin  District.    Where  located:    Pine  Creek  valley,   between   the liock of 'Ages and  Hear Paw.  ���"jnAKK  Notice   that I, J. AL Ittifl-'ncr,   Free  Minor's Certificate No. H 3Ti90��, intend,  sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to  the .Miuirijf Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown (Jrant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 1)7, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of rmprover  inents.  Dated this 2(ith day of October, A. I). 1005.  d2l! J.M. HUFFNJ'U.  SPEEO  SAFETY  COMFORT.  THE l'lONEEH ALASKA LINK. I  Steamers leave SKAGWAV for j  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco!  and Southern   Ports -|  CXURYlSd    v.  S-   SIAItu [  mm VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL >S STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF  GOODS  Sultan   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining;  Division of Atlin  District.     Where   located:    Pino   Creek  valley, about Stephendyke.  rj-iAKI5  Notice   that   r, J. ]���'.  Hroezc, Free  Miner's Cortillcate No. R .'!.V.H)0,  intend,  sixty days  from  the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining liecorder for a Certiticato of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim*  And further take notice that action, under  section iff, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements. ,  Dated this 2tith day of October, A. D. 1805.  '���a' ' J.!*1. JHIKEZB.  Humboldt,   -  Di  City of Seattle,  Via Vi  Cottage City,  Via Victoria  LW~  Oct. 6, 17, 27  CM. II. 21, 31  25  uieoiivei*.  -    Oct.  10,  and Sitka.  Above   Schedule  Subject to  Change  Without  Notice.  C. D. Du.s-ANN, Gen. Pass. A��t.,  10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cnl.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skatrway, Alaska.  Sam*  Johnstone-,   Prop.  Maybe   Mineral   Cloim  Ki(;ht of Way for Railways,  Ktc.  n^TOl ICIi Is hereby (riven that all Crown  _1_N lands alnny- the located lines of any  railway, powur or tramway company, incor-  l.w>:-ated under authority of the Legislature  of this Province, ami liavinj; n width of ilfty  (.IO) feet on each side of said lines, are reserved fur ritflit of way purposes for such  railway, power or tramway company,  XV. S. (-four*.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, 11. C.,;!rd October, l��0.*i. o'i$  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division of Atlin  District.    Where  located:    Pine  Creek  valley, neighborhood of mouth Gold Run.  rj-lAKI*  Notice that J, J. F. Kreeze,  Free  Minor's Certificate No. U 331)06, intend,  sixty days from the dnte hereof, to apply to  the .Miiiinj; Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaininj; n  Crown Grout of the above cluini.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 1)7, must bo commenced before  the  issuance  of such  Certificate  of   Improvements. . "    '  Dated this 2'jtli day of October, A. I). 11)05.  a23                                              i.F. liKEl'Zr*.  I   Have   Re-opened  The  Royal  Laundry   On the Wnterfi-ont.  Men's Suits Cleaned mid Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goody Called for and Delivered.'  Cash on Delivery.    ���  DISCOVERY, B. C  A Strictly First-Class Hotel.  Dining-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Mrs. M. Fenn,  Proprietress.  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -     -     -      DlSCOVKKY,  1). c.  Discovery.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  ge,  Visiti nf  A. F..& A.rvl  Rcy-uhii- .comiiiuiiica-  tions held on tlio first  I'liiii-sday of each mouth  iu tho A. O.-U. W. Mall,  Third Street,  brethren cordially invited  ���Ol'IiN:' DAY AND NIGHT.  I-1 KST-'CtASS RESTAURANT  .'.IN.':    '  :        CONNECTION  Headquarters  for Dixon's staue. ATIJN," B. C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER  23,   5-905  '/ ���  ATLI1N   TRADINGS-COMPANY, Ltd.,   jumjw md,:]&^jwEBar*  Our Stores  in. both* Towns,_ are  now .'fully stocked  with   full" ��������� ���������' :- -��������� ���/.*���������������'  lines in .,<S"rocefie's;.H5and-Dry'Goods.  A. T. Co.-: Ltd.  " '     ���' :   ���  .A. S. CROSS., -p-.-esWejjfc.r,  Not Too Slow.  /  There appeai-ed unto a fair niaideii  111 a vision a Shade whicE-i -said,  ���"Gentle inak3cn, 5f .a Miiok: wish  were to be granted yoti which would  you cluoose���iicautv, power or  lich-es?" Sli-e replied, "Neither.  Transportation to ' South Dakota!  and the address of a good divorce  lawyer.;,-''   ,;    '       ���;-. -\ * ���   <-   -;  Moral--Good judgiiven.t Ms, more  to be desiied in an aiiergeiicj' than  a bunch of coin. ,     l  Ailthotigh hu'stlingiJis-giisod for tQiej  pocketbosk, it is apt te be bad for  one's dig 1 idly.  The fellow-who is always ladling  out good a��flvice is apt t�� -have a. lot  of secret'enemies. '���*'   ���  The Atlin 'Market Co;., Ltd.  FRESH  DRESSED MEATS,   also  It is easy 1-q phi}' fair when everything is co-aikig yranr way.., ;  A good ni any women -maiTy be;  cause a husband looks better tliaii*ft  paorjob.  If i'ou want a recounting of all  the nmeaiiness you have ever been  ���guilty of,, have a quarrel with a lifelong ffieVd.    ' " ��'....���;  There are mien who have the  iraines of their friends tabulated" in  their memory under the caption,  "Working. List.1'   ��� ,r   .  .Women have no sense of lninior.|  ���Oh, I doiL'.t know.; they.haye beeni  known to Sisten by the hour to tlie'  arguttterMts of rue-in.  H�� wli-o 'boasts 'about himself-is  110 doubt impelled to do so by the  ���feeling that it is uecessar3* for ��� some!  one to make known his virtues.  Msgoesite Mineral Claim,  Situate  in.,1 lie Atlin Mining Divisioiiof Cns-  . . ���*��� 1 -��� v,     , v - t  >:.       1     ..,        ���war I>Hitn*iot.     p    . .<���  Wli'cro localrfL���Enst'-of 'Atliu townsite and  mljf��inintc Aim oa��t J><��iii(Liry lino of tlio  tOWIwite.^  r"j"1A K12 NwiKco���tha.'*:. I, A- C.iriireoMTcilcl, 1'Yoe  -*- .Miner"s Ceit-taK carlo No. H 3.r>0*l!l, inteiwl,  sixty cliwsS"ro��ii*tLofirete heireoT, 4o,4ipi%' to  ^thc Mining. Itecardur if t��ria Certificate of Im-'  provemen*U>, t��i��* Who HMirposo of obtaining ill  'Crowii Grand alti he n*bowe claim.  .' Y  Anil fuitheir italke nortHce that notion,uiular  section :!7, must he commenced bafotre tliela-  siinnce of siicli Certificate of Iiniaroiveineiitii.  Dated tliis loth clay of September, 1905.   iifS  POULTRY  OF -All. KIWDS���; Dressed to'Order.  C.  DOEIUKCR    Wl-anage'r,  The King ot Whiskies  And the Whisky of  KAIL WAX*  FROM    COPPER'.' KITES*   TO  T.KLKWA   RIVER.  "NOTICK Oi* Al'rr,ICATION*FOK AN ACT.  O    o    O   O-   o  tenwell, Peart el Co.,  Vancouver-  Sole Agents <eos. British Columbia.  -QUXiTY Days tufter date I'intciul to* apply!  -'*--' .to (the ITonoraiiile, tlie Chief Cominis-  cioucr of Lands and Works to purcliiiso forty j  acres of agricultural land ' tituate" three  ��ICLsa-tcc-s of a m.ilc north of A.t.lin*ownsite,|  tfictisrilied as follows: Commencing at "a'  post planted on the north east corner  marked "G.M. S." north cast oo.mior post;  thence west-20 cliiiaiis,<��hcuco south 20 chains,  theneeeat-tJiO chsiiiiK, tlioiico north 20 chains  to j)c*in*'.> off cointHicoicenicnit.  G. "M. Sliirfes*.  jUlin, H.C, Sept. ?ch, 1(10.1. .. . nlS  The RutK, Red Star, Lon^ Island;  GOiLiD SffUlKGE-Sl, NOiU.MAJS' and JTAM-  MA"iIiLNliSAI. OLAiTM-a  !0OCATj;iU KSN ITilK iEjVSTSIIU! Oi' K'AKU KVM OF  TAOfSH   LAKIu,    NlNU    -MCLE-ri    SmuiTH    OF  Gor,DENT G'ate, Atlin .MitriNa'aterisroN  -   OF CASSIA!! DlSTUIOXo ,-��->  -,>���.">     ,��   .j.-,.,  TAKE Notice .that ithe Ensiinco:* Minitig  ConipiiiiA*., [Ltd., Spoccal Fc-eo Miner's  Ceivtiiiciute Ho. S72L intend sixty days from  the date heroof, to apply to the Mining Ke-  corder for Certificates of Iin*woveiiieiits for  ���the iaiii'i>ose of crlictaiiniiG* Crown Grants of  the almvc indnera-I claims. '���  And further take notice that action, uitder  Section No. '!?, must .be commenced ikefore  the issuuuee of such Ce**tilficaito(i'of Improve-  fiicuts.  Dated this 21st diy of Aiijjuet, 190G.  THE'ENGINEER .MINING Co., Ltd.,-   ,  o28 A. P.'Meab, Pres'.  -XJ-OTtCE IS HEREHY-G2VEN ffluit-ap-  -'���^ * ij|icat3��n,willl toe made *4i�� the Legislative AwieniliSs'^orf ���tlre-Pnaviiice <*t KintSsh  Columbia -Kt rts nex* secsion, Sur an Aot to  incorjMirate* 'a'Compttny witcli ipira-ertto-con-  struct, e)|iiiip,imu"ii>t'aiin aiiAtaj>an-(ceiaKLrie<cir  linos of rnithv-iy., of Sftandairfl<fE-'at.I>CT!- gniAge,,'  with auy'kinil of'mothre i��c\ver.,ffi��ritlie coit-  veyance of pa-uceng-ers a��id ffreapflrt, (from  some point at <nc. ner.rtliemoirtlnf/f Qupper  "River, on the Skeenu Kiven, Ooast HSistmct,  in the Proft-iiiceMif British Colino*>it,'ljy the  most fedsi'lyle usute to a i>oiiit ati��r jhke-.the  .mouth oT.Teflkwa fifi*ver., _on t%e_IBuEkles*  River, Coa��t District, in tho Piwviriceof  British Columbia; ;and wjfth pcwe>>fa< construct* oparate and! nmintanf.nil' necessary  bridfjes, roads,' waij-s and ffeitriies, and to  'build, acquire.,'own nnd mwintriiu wharves  and docks iin connectkiii therav.-ith, and to  ���build, aouuire, >uwn, eciuSp nnfl amiiliitndii  stouni and other ft-es��el�� icnfl lboat��, andito  openirte-thocanie*sn .kits' maiiigallle iwntors;  ,aud ��-itlrpmvai-.toilo'UiJ!d, e(ririp,,��)>oii&te.and  niaiiutiiiiittdleKirrar'li mull ttdiephotie liinoeiu  connection w.itli the stsaS. a-a'il.wa��' and  branchee.iuii'l-totcrrer.HTiiot'messniresfor oom-  morcia'l ipui'iKi&es anfl rto charge tolls there-  ���Tur, anfli-ro geuenote dleotiScSts'ior'ttiw ��ui>-  ply of lisrlrt, heat and power; and with power  tr�� e-Mprojirjate Hands If or the purposes of the  'Ooimpim?-, and to acquire Sande,' .insney  ilxDiiuses, pi-iwleses or ����ther aids from nny  ���Government,-, municipal, ocuporatioiL,, or  other persoiiS'i��r.b0iHe5, and "toUeis'-aiid.eol-  >lect toils from all persons using, aiiuion all  ffreiffht passing- oven, any <�� such atoads,  railways, ferries, wharves .and veseel* buaftt  bftlte Compnuy^and u-dith gM��wer*�� comiect  "Tilth uud enske rtrafBic or nrt'l>era��;nansenieicfcfi a  -with raillw**-!,' ateambouit <ae tstlier' oo-m-  ���itanies;' and to exercise sudli j>om-'orsa>�� uaie  granted by Parte IV [��] and V HI rtif'tlie  Water, Clauses Consolidatiaiii Acrts i��nd ���Eao1  nil other- u'ecesoajry ��wr .'oncidentaE riglrte,  powers and privileges in that beltaltf. "  Doited itliis-tltJt ila,g'-��f October., A. D. C805.  ,  " ; ' BODWEJX ^b LATC-90K,  d2 ' ' Solieitcurs fjor-the Aipplicaua^e. -  ^  TI-IE   GOLD   iTEOUiSE, '  '      ' <j DISCOVERY,   B.   C. '  C li iNisslin, Prop.      -       -  .F- B. Wnon^, JVIgr.  ^ Restaurant in iCoiiuootiou lUuiler  New and Callable JlaiiiiKeinent.. ....       -,       .,.'  ff  The  Canadian  M ;*''Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP-5i5i.o,.oob,oocL  '    RESiHRWK,   <fe,.SO0,OOO.-'-'. ���   ���������  Br����&b��e &t ties Ba&k. a>t o&attie,  'Sain Prsmcaseo,  Porfclaind,  Skag-wuy; e'fcs.  Exctiangre sold.on all Points.��� >���'  OQiLas Dcjst Purohase.d���A-ssay Officio .- in Connkction.  "       '   ���    . 'D.: ROSS,; Manager.  $&k& us jour Job Printing  ���TyT'OUCE S�� hereto' srlven that applioa-  -J���^ Hon ��.iill.be made tutthe PocJiiuneitt of  Canada at irts ncaxt sef.-,Joii*Jor an act to in-  coriKuiatea oompany omjMi itnthoioty to con*  ctruot, eq'up, m��niitaln aiid.operate a rail-  ��-*y t-Jf atiuidard mr namrow S'��age fmm a  SJCBHfc .ofttsr wear Selkirk on rthe yiikoii River  *bi*3��e Eiubon STorritory, south westerly l>yj  the BKiot IfQsMi&le .ii��iite towards Aish-ihik  take, south .weeterb' tlmoiiBh* McKiuley  (Pass 1��> the junction (�� the Dezndeash aud  Xuskawalsh Ewers, thenoe.Bions-thc-valley  ��ef the Akek Riverilsy-'the'most foahiblc route  Sale of Crown-Granted  Mineral Claims in the Atlin Assess-  merit District for Un-Paid' Taxes-  -tO-  IlimiEUV G WE NOTICE Thai .mu.MOA'UAY, the -fsfXTU Duycxf KOViiilBlUS., A- IL 30*1, aititluj S**iur ��*f eJc*en o'clack in i ho biroiKiiin,  at the Court Room., Atliu, 1 hhuU oil'e'rfor Sale by PulJic Auctioii'-tlie XTdixwsH'Claioisin.the'Iiii.t k&rc-iua/tcr ket-oiLt, .of the jicrsoiift  iu the J,uid Jivt hcrojiiaftcr set out, for which Cjkiwu Grantu li*��'o ilioen i����ue<L foruuUiun-j)aldifcajc.o��iaccr<ied iliioiaiul.pu.ynlkkjoii-tbo  thirtieth day of June, A. D. 100.1, or on any jirevious date, and few tho��o��t��iajf .udt-ertUineoind cither expenses.  If the tuxen and cspenseK, "ncliidiucr the cost of iuU-e<nt����iiiK, m.8 seitfWJt em said Hunt, aro no* paidito me befcuie the day <kf side, itlie  claims may be *old to the highest bidder., and a coiweyuiieo ejeecuted jbs the jixiu-ehater of ali- riitht mini intdrest Jn said chiLiiw -leguily  alienated by the Crowu Grant*-thereoif. "'". '     ���''  In the ovent of there boiii^ no purchaser,ior the ixriceoil'wed-slisULiitot'boaulficieiit to lMiythc Uuces and ^--xjienses, tlie kwid slwll  absolutely revert tothe Crown, andtheCrowti Grauts.tJiereofiluUlijodQociKidcoidaiid-aincelled.  LIST  ABOVE  MENTIONED.  = Name of Claim.  'Nimrod"   "Imperial"   "Snltnn Ft:"   "Transit Kr."...;...  Lot No.  197.'  IDS..  109.  200.  Registered Owner ������� Gr*utee-  Nimrod Syndicate, Limi-fced���,".-;-;:'I'.'....���....  <io  .. 7. . 7<to.y y .   ...7............J..,  '���'���do 7'.'        ' *'�� '���-���-���- >',���- -���������..  '   do do ...,........rt- ,  Taxes Payublo  30th Jiine,1005.  $11 .75 'I  M 00  ���9.25  4Tfft  Exi'euscs and  Costs.   -.  Total Amount  .Duo.'  .?2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  :*51'i 7.1  15 00  11 75  15 75  Dated at Atlin, IL C.!, this Twelfth day of Ocfco-bea*, A. D. I1XS. ..  T  ���'''-���'f    .'!��,.   'V it*.    ,> ������(.  is   ���!>   .t'-  ������'.[   -L]A^RASEK,;**l��sf**'S8pn, , ,   ;;.  .......:.'J     | &      'A// 'i ^ft'ii' a9��i*ss.mi-:nt Dikxhict.  Ali,IN   1'OsV OVFtfjE.         "   '".   '"    "f '-���������-;>*  to u'point .between the '130�� and 135�� o!  ���Lnnjjfi-tiiile on itho linturuatiaiial lioitudary  lii*tt.  Also from '.the ufovosicid ' Selkirk  Ly  thc  most feasible-route alonp- the valley .of'the  -Lewes River to a jioint.on tho.Bis-Salmon  ���Rivci:, tlieuccnoro-jSithe Bi^r.'Kaluioii River te  .and along .the *'ullcj; of tho'Ho<>tiiIiiiqiia  River to Lake Tcslin, i<lonjr TesHn Lake and  rfrbm thence i��* the niost feasible route iu u  ���southerly and easterly direction across the  Stikcen Ricer, iu a south >westerl3* direction  akuifr the Nans svallcy aud Kitsiimgallum  ���-.'alley'tliiioui,'h'-thcI*i't,imat vaJley to ICitimal  Arm in Hritish Columbia and to commence  construction   at   nny   point'thereon:   with  power to oousti'iict, muiuttiin and operate  lijraiiclnlines and all necessary bridges, fer-  ���rien, wurelioiu,cs and whaiwes; to construct,  ���own and 'Opcrntc toJcK*rupli .and telephone  ���Kilos in connection with the K(Did,i>aJJway anC  brauchc>*; to construct, iiurcliasc .or.other-  .w-iso   aciiuire,   charter,   obtain   o.oirti'ol   ot.  na-vigiita siml kup,p .iu j-cpiwir strainers ami  .ather-vciick- to p(y botvitecu port* iu Canada  .and betH.ccn ports in (^anadnand liorts outside of Canada, car.ry and convey pus-icugcrf  and froijflirt and  enn-.y >ou  a general traiiv  IK)i-tiir(J6n bni'Vicc in I'liniirdion w5tli the saiiil  j'ailwii),. and to sc'U and dispose o.f inch ves-  -'.elhi.to acquire and  utilize \\ atur and sleaiK  powor oran.v.otlior poui'r.for the purpose  ���of generating electricity for lighting an��  cnotor piu-poscs, ,��r lor any other purposer  iu and may opurnle-the hirid raihi ay by anj  kind of iiidtivc power: #o cjcproprintc or  .otherwise arji|iiirc kireshrwc .nights ninl  Jandsfor riitlvt-uf way. station grounds ami  other nccchsitics: to ^loqiiirc. take iiiiill re-  oeive IuiiiIk or any other mid Liijniitlie:{5c��1-  nrumontof Canada or fiiiaiu jxiw l��'Oc>iiices or  districts tliercpf, <>t\ fii��ni M.i\,<y siiuiiicipnt  coriioriit.ioii or porsons .ti^wiuxU; ���the. con-  iitriictiou of sao'd rarlwiij-ioii* ��Ku'.k��; toJcvjr  .and o-jlloot tolls from all ipai-ti6�� "liiHing ami  ���on all freight pausing in or '^rvor -filie saiil.  raihvuy, (����� the bi'idges, j-i-essels,' oif.laiids of  <J.ie;coiiiii.'iiiy,; tpViMikctriufficjiiid^btiip? ar-  l-niigcmen-ts- with ^rthei- raiJway coiiiptiiiies  or pcrsoii$.:iinl {'or a'tlt! other .usual and necessary iKiHciviand |��*Kvlege��; to .carry on the  'busiiiess of u gciiei,-ii*l-i*ailiiiig company and  of an express company, to ���c-wei, manage and  lease hotels, and to own, inii/o ��ind explore  nnd dcvelope mineral lands and to enrVy'on  .ii gnneruriiiiiiiirg business aiid'any liu'sincst  incidental to the purposes aforesaid.  '���Dated Aji.g.iLs't 17th, 1005.  \(i. ^ tf       O. W. C. TAJ.'OK,  7o2Si- ���;. %.���'{' *?ri]ici(i -r F< :��� .'.:'; "��� ��� ��� ��*'-  ^JZtr' ATUN,    B.   C.,  1' *��� #1'   ' ���->-.  J1 v   ���- 1 .;���  'SATUR'DAY,  e   iff:-  .OCTOBER    28,    1905.  Local Events.  Mi*, and Mrs. Ronayne left on  Thursday last for Vancouver.  "Parker's Fountains Pens, .all  sizes and prices at C. R. Bourne's."  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pilhuan's.  Full line of Shot Gun and Rifle  Cartridges at Regan's Hardware.  Mr. L. Ginaca, of McKee creek,  lias gone to California to spend the  winter.  Mr. and Mrs. W. vS: Gore left 011  the last boat for Chicago. They  will return in the spring.  Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bourne and  son returned to town on Wednesday  from a visit to coast cities.    ,  Mrs. F. L. Stephenson and children left on Thursday for Victoria,  ���where they will spend the winter.  Until further notice I will be at  my Discovery store every Sunday  from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.���J. T. Regan.  Miss Carrie Doelker left on  Thursday's boat for Olympia,  Wash., where shehas secured a lucrative position.  Mr. A. B. Taylor, who accompanied his wife and family as far as  Skagway on their way .out, will .arrive back in town .tomorrow.  Mr. and. Mrs, Bert , Hartshorn  have gone to. Olympia, Wash.,  where they will remain until spring,  when they will return to Atlin.  Why pay as much for interior  accommodations when the .Fifth  Avenue Hotel, of Skagway, offers  you the best at the same prices.     4  Both the Discovery and Atlin  schools were awarded diplomas of  merit for their contributions��� to .the  educational exhibit of. the Dominion  fair at New Westminster.  Mr. Harry. Bordman, electrical  engineer of the British American  Dredging Company's power.pjant,  left on Thursday to spend the winter in western U. S. cities.  The complimentary dance by the  W. P. & Y. R. employess, which  was to have taken place. tonight in  the. Kootenay hall, . has been postponed untii Monday evening,, Oct.  30th, at 8 p.m. The committee  are desirous that everybody in the  district will accept-this short invitation and. attend. .  The Thanksgiving day turkey  shoot at Jas. Clark's Half-Way  House, was well attended although  Atlin only sent a few. WTith the  exception of one, which was won  by J. A. Fraser, Jr.. the turkeys  all went to Discovery aud the creeks.  ���It's a cinch that Atlinites don't  like turkeys or else the targets were  too close.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Correspondence is made a pleasure  by using the new stock of fine writing paper and envelopes at Bourne's.  Every ninn owes It to himself aud his family  to muster a trade or profession. Rend the display advertisement of thc nix Morse Schools  of Telegraphy, in this issue nnd learn how  easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and he assured a position.  Motor Boat Stopped Work.  Atlinites   Started   for  Pike  River  and Had to Get Out and Walk.  On Tuesday last Messrs. Eggert  and Marcus, with the assistance ot  the chug-chug-and-stop boat, started  out to take Mrs. Barton to her  home at Pike river. Everything  went lovely until they had made  three-quarters of the distance, when  the chug-chug quit work and all  kinds of coaxing and 'threatening  couldn't induce it to resume its  labors. Luckily the wind was  blowing from, the south-west, and  the boat was finally washed ashore  on the east side of the lake. Mrs.  Barton then assumed the office of  guide and the party reached their  destination shortly after dark. Word  of the mishap was immediately sent  lo town- and on Wednesday inoriir  ing a conveyance was dispatched to  meet and bring in the would-be  boat-motorists. The chug-chug  was left high and dry on the lake  shore and our worthy friends are in  hopes that by spring the. sulky lit  will have been frozen out.  New Arrivals.  Following is a list of those who  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  Oct. 22���L. Schulz, J. Kirkland,-  R. Dixon, A. Turner, J. Kennedy.  Oct.' 25���C. R. and Mrs. Bourne,  Miss Mabel Sinclair.  Stables & Lumsdeu carry a stock  of good groceries.  Miners should try Gelignite in  their tunnels.���No fumes, does better work, but costs no more than  powder at Regan's.  Come yourself and send your  family or.friends to the Fifth Avenue Hotel when in Skagway. Courteous treatment, moderate rates,  excellent service. '       ��� 4  Fourteen men of the crew of the  Dominion cruiser Vigilant were arrested recently at Port . Stanley,  Ont.,' for mutiny. They all refused to wheel a barrow of coal to  the steamer. The men appeared  before a magistrate the next day  and were each fined 11 cents and  given an hour's lecture.  "That poor tramp looks completely exhausted."���"Yes, poor fellow.  He can't control his mind, and he  has been thinking about work."  NOTICE.  NOTICE Is hereby given that the owners  of tlie ^Mon-Union" lease on Uoulder' Creek  will not he responsible for any debts contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.   '  'A.S.CROSS,  Atlin, June 20th, 190*>.        Maim.ijiiifr Owner.   il-l-lm .  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEGE&  Annually, to it]] the new positions created by  Railroad and Tele-rrnph Companies. We want  Young Men and Ladies of pood hubits, to  LEARN  TELEGRAPHY  AND   R. R. ACCOUNTING.HHSS&  We furnish 7.1 per cent, of t he Operators and  Station Agents in America. Our six schools  are tlie lurcest exclusive Tclejrruph Schools  IN THE WORII). Established 21) years and endorsed hy nil leading Railway Officials.  We execute a *t*250 Bond to every student to  furnish him or lieruposition im.vnifrfrom $'U  to $60 a month iu States east of tlie Kooky  .Mountains, or from $7fi to $100 a month hi  States west of the Rockies, immediately upon  graduation.  Students can enter at any time. No vocations. Kor full particulars rc^ui-dinif nny of  our Schools write direct to our executive  office at Cincinnati, (L   Catalogue free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texarkana,, Tex.  Buffalo, W. Y.  LaCrosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cal.  JUST ARRIVE��!  7 T. A   Large  Shipment  Of   NEW   GOODS,  o o o  Lowest Prices in Camp at  Gur  Specialty  Tall and  Delivered to any part, of the district.  h    '  Goods Fresh awl Clean. Prices Right.  Our Motto���One price and fair treatment to all.  STABLES ��* LLrViSDCN.  The   Iron   Store.  northern Brewing Company, Dd.  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers  of Lager Beer and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE; DINING-ROOM  is CONDUCTED' ON  STRICTLY .FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES. .    .  THE    RUSSEL.i-.    MOTEL,  DtXpN   BROTHERS,   Proprietor*.  ���"���!'���';-.)���.������   .V-..V.! .. ; ,  ���_-_    . ��� ��� - ������� '- >���   ���        - . - ,j**"* '*-'       -       ...  Pool;  &-' Billiards,   Free.  Freighting and Teaming  ot Horses and Rigs for Hire.  Job Printing  Executed "Cheaply,  Promptly and Satisfactorily,  .. . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ���^3* *apw %�����* ��3* a-9* i��* $-5* *2^ ��3*  When   Writing,   Use  Wm of Jftlin-Onlv $s.oo  vvvvv^vv*/*i^v^vv��/vMA<yv^^  ,l��. /  ,i i,  jjJ-J'f   . 'l   Ml   ISC.'  {,     ,���   mt *���,,&  m "  THE  Half-Way House  ��� ���-<-*���*;."���'.  is n liuven for all  travellers. Tlio meals  are free-milliitff hnil  tlie brncers in tlie  bur ns refreshing ns  tlio dew of the early  morning. An iilenl  slimmer unci winter  resort.  JAMES  CLARK  PROPRIETOR.  I  "���   i\  a  1  a��*3P  S  EF3?3  raesrae&gA

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