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The Atlin Claim Oct 28, 1899

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' ��� : , ���      *P: , ., 1    .    .'*.-���   '7      *"'', '*     >'-.'.'.''  7 loo:���'���uuc.efUiiiii:';cl6\vii: tlic71iill���'���"a'iiclytb'o  <Hsapp"piii.tedjiriytH^  �����vef.eii.Vtithe7:Sp^'o  f]ioi-tefI:;tiia*t.30u7Bo*6rs^ftr  JcuVqifiWffiiUiriJarties^ofYJiH  ijiie^ixatulln Si^werejtooyyu ryi^ybe^ui^iit;  ^nd^reti i-etlyH ring;7sTh eeneiiiyvas'ii-iiialiyliid  7t-lieiiVselv"esySirel'iiid\7^  ''jfhllie4':'.(>jifc>y46(*eyii'ia  r;|i^lie^:Tiiiies7^t^l>utsi.*ye^r  ������&Wfp.iiyy����Oofei7;.;sa^  Sl^'Th^/JBoers ifwere'-(iron  .^hrokeCtiie'line'rMseyera  isn'iiii|;Vaii'il;i.:Mii'feiv"iiigivS&,i^  andMlefeate<l;l)yy !i.y]i'i'rtj-;"o  UvlSl'feltiiig^Thirtyyli'dCT  {t 11 e/7 i i i y-ls ty iy j\ ! j ��> 11, e ifi' 1 ot7V I > i- (i li��^>> i v: 11 i e j 1 i i i e".'a  vin*le;.'i;or-tli':;oW^  .f'sttijioir-must'^  7iiTid;lmye: restoi-eil;;c6innuinH^  .���iijrei;7i,iiiH-ya*r.riV(Bd^  ���;-<i^i','yPo.\yel!.N-!S!ieee,*i*s-U'-T"'il^  ���!a"tKbayy".:';S.;;;;;7J4^  ���y^'{riie7CiUie:Tc)wii7eii,i,re  .I)ap^-;:J:;^ays:;y''AIlyisy:w(ell7vutv^  tiKiugirJcijnViniiidcatibii'yiis  Jcjit'i-'irVnVSTliere^  .thiiig.ytlmty happens";;northy;of ;tliiy;Q:*iuige*  vfliyer 7i'nl9Sii7periiaiJs7:- li>y7way.7pfyRl*odesia  5u'<3''jieii*.c:"t:��,'i'^^^^  ;'-.li.lJi.suoiite;.it>iiT.S\vuziliin'd.'iis^:tii^  -h'osvileJttfthe^'I'oei's^KyYiiyyy  :';v"'J'iie">I,6^ianiies|Hirg  :a7hbiise't"ojiH)i!se catiyass and expelled every.  iBritish'.'Siiuje'ct':'.^  a  .tele  ;anjitteiir  ". yuie-if���.���'X::\vaiited-;'7a;'fbla  \vas7gaiiie,yth6ugh^;,aiid 7shook\ less  7.7 S^mPj: ^^^^^^^^MiiMo^s m -^e^partv?:^vlio  77y^red;tp:inake;:liiiuselE-iv:velncle.y^  :7^^e;v>'lMle..y.;-Np,;-yyshe;^;^  ^'i^^d.if^dp;^^ ^  yygpirig.backyaiid:handiiig;yp\*er .-liiy  7y-yy7:yy;;7,!7;yy;AH.TN'R.SOHpOL7^  ���s��.TIieJvseIiqpi,'^  X''iiitin'g7i'''iVS'<"'talJle;.<i".i'iar"tersV^  ing of a scli'ooiSyTlie IJoard ;of..Xra(ley hiiild-  ing^itJ.s iinderstobd.ylias heeii ohtiiined aiiti;  7suli'o*6i';oi>6h'eil.7;Vi'bst7AVe'd!'i^  ;WelIs as 7teai:lier.   If* the jjovej-iiinent ean-  iiot see their \yaylo exceed  .slis'li tly  the SOU  appro'pi-iat.oir; the diiFei-eiiee wilt be  raised  vi>y snhseription.������. yyy y "yy: yy'y-y: : .���'���?"���.'���  iiiftlJtimtiiWis^riKne^  nveii'ti.^ffeti.^r.tie;}^  r;teiisiftiij*i^c'oj jVupur.'*e;f.:.v^  vft*ii|if!lfj''j1luiined.^  7ViBr^iiyist7!>^{>rne"i;y3oryylotsylj;^  .^'etit-^i&iii;f,lio5J.vJ5n  -iVorUqh^vofStli'e'ilHisijV6*^  yc>fytiiatfexeitaiiierit?y,Kroiiy7riiere^  erieiV' .was'XviSitfld.'Vwher^Jsey  s j > ei it'':\t i;. :t) i ii i 11 gy-ii a il y a;' good.'; s Wyd y^q f hi iyi>y r7f  ���'eri'U'viiuidoJiviPiiii'iiiiJ.tlKi^  t��rn'-t;wnayhViii'de7'tqit;li^  CiraeK; iiS tlie7o^ l>j eeti yej'ppi iifeVSsyera j "'yfcitev.;'?  -AyBrejsi>a'n'ty,.in^th'a^^yifi  aeeoin'ijaiiyihg'hei'.hiishitnd ,��.ii'-*ullj'.iMSj^iH-iyjj'r'"^'^^  peetu.ig;ytp'jli,V;;yon?yhqrseba^  ni'iiggi'iyy- u'iycqniniph77f ca tafreyy;iii'^y<-ei^ainy1;y  parrs :"o f y'the -;St iit e ��� o f j Co 1 ora dq'77 ���Tl' e ')''������; Xe ~jy.y  yviida;y DfahSprecoil i"aiid;v\Vasliihgtqiiy��*t!i*e;y y  ���j;isit8'{i:vi'ii''6V';.iViiiskir  siieliyi7'ui6wledge;ofynijViiiig.it is:i^n  giil'iiiV:tU'utiSJi:yClir.i.s.t6p!ie'r.-;sli.p  lowed.to7g6':nhhee(led:her i*ei!nestxyyyy;;y:y7;|'yyy  $X3iS.  7TH��7'D ALTON ;TR AIL;:  t^ypjTWillpwicreekiiuggetsitlia^  7a; 45^aiigledvhilUpn -i thef;;back7 6f7;any  ymaii77''yy7:7y 777:'77''7 777 ���fr^^.i-'.^/Jp:^  ���- yTThey remaiiiiugiiueinbersyall ypun-  7gled 7 up ;��� bub as it Aviis baiikyday in.  the ^metropolis; they hall iiiade7..\vas  ���as 7 lightr-as . a(icleaii-itp 7 on Otter.  7The    nearest'; 7approacli    t o any-  thing pf value was the pholdgraph-  ;er who, in7;a7raphieiit7 of7frigidity.  7was. me;ybut.cduldn'.t;{asteirit. y TAt  Atlin iyvyhile; waiting ��� for the boat,vhe.  appeared to; bob tip every ���where-and  ;ab one4irrie7on;: First street I thought  ���"���'������ yy ,'-.':*. ,-.'������' '.".'������'������ ':'.'"'���������-'������ y.ll':'~ '..���������������''���.':;���:.���'-.:'.:."���"������  he'yvas goiiig^pyask hie whether71  \vaS7the;7;manyi yyhb7;held 7up;>-thev  stage.; ;7l'ni'ygbihg .7;tb/write';1him a  cohlidehtial; letter; as ��� soon as I put  '���mQre'7'dis'tahce';'-'"betvveeiyU'liiiti'-;-and:  myself.''y yi^his fellow-appears yto  be as cool7as .a: cucumber,  -but he  <lre7w:6ut^ cppy; pf the   )>icr. Spruce ^ --better:������ not������ try rthat. gaiiie top  creek nugget, -������'and threw it in to, the:  yrihg. 7Some7 say ; he7 was advcrtis-  .   ���'  '"  ������    "     ������*)���':  ���:������ .       ���   ..���;���.������������.���������''    '������������ ���'  ���.-'. ������'...  ���itig/hisAyprkii'--; ���;���', '���������'P..:y'".:-      77;..y; ���;;������'���.-;  7 Well;.-"���.. the; raatx whQydid Llie, ac;L  often on this sideof the line.  . W.D. Ilaywood, late of the; Kootenay,   lias.  I alien overthe Comniereial  Hotel,. Van eon  Vvcr...'. -���"������������..'' ������.���:������.'������''���.'������ ;���.���' y ���'������:��� y   '':-. .���;. .  ���,���:.���-;: ,-:::Gp.TU-IIS.LICENSB.::-;.;7 ;..;���.: : ' ./  ': J. H. Iiussell, of Atlin, arrived in tlie city today from Ottawa.where he lias been on.lmsi-  ness.yMr. Russell, took into Atliu early  iu tlie. year a largo quantity, of malt, upon  iWliieh he paid the revouuediity, but his lirew-  iny plant was stopped at Lake.Ta<;isli by the  ..\lpuuted Police. ��� He appealed from.this em-'  bar-jo, lioldiuH: as Atlin was in the Province  of Britsh Columbia, neitliei;;tlie Mounted l?ol-  ice nor the Department of the Interior had  any jurisdiction over it as regards yliceiising  a brewery., while as a matter of fact soma 6J  ^licenses to sell hebr mostlyAmere'aii production, were granted in Atliu. .Hon. Clifi'ord  Sif ton acceded to this contention " and Mr.  Tlussell has now in his possession an order on  tlie Inland,Keven'ud office it^ Vancouver to  grant him his brewing license.��� Vancouver  Worid.!-'.7. ;":'7.y.";>77 ' ��� ��,-.'.       ���.������;"'   7 S''': '.'  7 J. C Faircliihi,,who lias been stationed  here ever since the tying up of the Scotia,  some months ago, in tho-interests.of tlie Irving Nav. Co., left on Friday for. Bennett,  where he will remain for a while.. Mir. Sliiels,  of the 15. A.' Co., has been commissioned to  look after the Irving Company's freight now  ut Taku City. -       .    . '     ::,  Xw.onty-sevfiii names have been1 place 1 on  tlie list at the A^iicouverre'er'.iitiiig station  for the Trnusvaa!.. y  7W; 7;yiekers77Returhs7aridy^redici.sy  777,7Lively7Times Next,:Spr-irigi7:7.7:77-  ';--W. Vickers,'������ >yho i t \\*i 11 be reinemboyiifl'������i<r-7  compauied  Gold; Coiuniissioner tlrahiui)  to;  the Diil ton .trail'country some  t.wn inonth.*  ago,  arrived   back   on   Friday's  liijai;.;~(iiiil:;  rspen't all  (Iaj7 yesterday  renei wing old-ri ui.e 7  acquaintances and incidentally laiuiliiiriziiig  'himself with the  new   blocks7 iu <*oMt*si*:nf  erection/   He thinks very iniicliof ;i liitt .-ji'i:-  tion of country, and; prophesies".ti lively lime  there   next year.   It  is casi- (if actvi.'fcs and  about 42.miles from Pyramid 'Hnrbqr. com -  nionly known as the PoriMipiue. ;.':Ir:vVi^k!rrs ;;  made his  headquarters at Pleasaiit Cuynp, a,  N.7\V.  M;)P.Jstatioil, in cluirge of Cnpi'.;'J;ir-  yis,  and  about seven   miles from-,':the Ujif,.  The.locatioiis in H. C. are all quai-t-4. '.V--.0 6! .  which  were yiiiiiile; this yeni*. and sonic  HO;  eertiiicates of work granted.   The.ore is a  bornite as.saying from 20 to .VJ per cent.   Tiie  showiiigs so furiiuide are very eucouritging.'  Soveii claims wei-eybon.dedu short time before Mr. Vickors lef 1 to i-enn Brock, of l):iu -  son, for $''.''i,0')!). "The   Ivocltfellers  have representatives .in  there   tl'i'^  have seeiti-i*d  a  large   number ol*   locations. yDr. Kunn^lN.  who superintended the workJing of  Dr.; *.;;!-  chell's claiins. ou   Piue  this s'ciisqii'.' liin-'s.Ty-  eral good claims..   .������;������ :'J.-., :.'������������  A good Wagon road has'jiceu.iniulc-.from  Pleasant Cnttip lo' tlio iiUnes, n dibtriiT.*iv <>i  "it miles, that will facilitate greatly. iii���-T:*s-y  to that section. The timber is a trifi'Vl*.ri.-rr  than t'int of Atlin, and if.���iin.vtiii:i.;' :n.-4'-r*  d:>ns3,y '.������'.' '.������ ���'���'������ fl t".  ]  i  '1  L   '.   ,  ;'!>':  ,:*ti  (������  tt  \i 1  'I  f'vi*  if  ���ii-  -fir:  il,  ��*  11  ii  t  f  Is,  [i  I i  i i.i'..  7-i  '71  y-'s  ATUN,    B.  C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    2��.    iKyy.  Tin-* Atun   Claim.  j wood to keep  down   thc. difference  ^between the $6o  the governmciit is  lMhlisl.ed    every    Saturday   morning,   by . wi,fmg u, p.,y   a���d LllC aCUiaHiving  iatc.  'Ijik A'u.i:. Claim   l->i)i.i.:*.in;.*o Co.  Ollice ol publication:  ���Second bi'l wet. u Trninor and  Pc-url Street -  .UliiM'l ising   rati", made Iiikiimi on applb-a  tion. i '  Our subscription price is  *:'I  a   yenr, pu>  According to conservative csli-  1 limates the number of people ' in  ' this district at  thc  commencement  able in advance.     Xo papei- w ill be delivi-ri*d ��� 0f   m'*-uicr     operations    this    Kpliilg  unless these condition, are complied vyilli.       , ^  Lhe    vic;n*ty    of    ,5,000.       This  ���_ . Tip,ure, wc aie-inclined to believe, is  WHAT, ATUN BOASTS. nndcv  the mark rather than above.  ��� The richest .and largest area of hy-"i Tt    would'   have   been   possible Ao  diaulic ground in-the Dominion. have kept a fairly conecL list of tlie  .   Twenty   million tons of $4 rock  people going out had'tlicy  all  tik-  wilhin   10  minutes' , walk   of   'the 'en passage 0:1 the big^ stern wheelers  government  office  and   facing   the;plying  between Bennett and Atlin.  lake. - 1 But they did not;   thousands   went  ������ ������.    ���  '"���*���== jout in small boats and  scows 'built  ' ��� 1 <  The    White   Pass   and   Yukon ion   the edge of the lake during thc  i ** * ��  summer    moilths- ' antedating   the  open   season.    Let  us  say   ro.ooo  'JiODUCE CO.  ���:o:  ><s9 rrovisjons,  '   "    ,    ��� , " ....AND./. -"-"'. ,      '   -  General Merchandise.  Kail way' Company's traffic receipts'  for the week ending 14th September were $56,662. Not bad money, people were here for thc sake of  It will not take very long' at this ' round figures. Taking'it for grant-  rate to pay for the road twice over 1 ed that every man ,in a-mining  and leave a kvirly good balance to , camp is the possessor of a mining  lobby British Columbia ' out of a'licence, this means $50,000 that  land and money grant nt  the   next' the government has taken in.   This  session of the Lcgislalme.     If there is' onlv   a  tithe of the total.    Lav-  *��� 1 * 1  ever was a road on earth that need- overs, traders' .licenses,, ground  ed governmental brakes put rout, and others to numerous to  on in a manner'that would allow'enumerate have swelled the long  of v6 escape, l!u.-> is thc one. Die- "list to four times 'the figure above-  raior? to the manor born, their .mentioned: With all/this rev-  freight, rates have been outrageous-jenue, then, is it wise to  ly h high, and only relaxed dm ing 'deprive so rich a district of a school,  the summer mouths to meet com- such -as thc government is at pre-  pelition to Dawson liy way of St. sent most persistently doing. We  Michael's. Now the old conditions j think not. Give us a school,'"and  prevail again,  for, xse aie informed, 'a shool teacher, too.  they are charging 7c from Skaguay    to Bennett and all chaiges must be Party lines into Provincial poli-  paid in advance. If this road, sail- tics is thc result of the Conserva-  iug under a different name ou Can- tive convention held at New West-  adian soil, receives gratuity from j minster 011 the 5th inst. This was  the people, conditions similar to the j arrived at by an overwhelming ma-  ones imposed on tlie C. P. R. when ,'jorily, said to have been at least six  thc Crow's Nest Railway was up , to one". Let the lines come, any-  for discussion, must be imposed, thing is prefeirable to the hotch-  Soiuc rcstiictiou, some measure of j potcli obtaining at present. Throw  ecpaity,   is  the cry   that   goes out "off the mask and allow individualism  including our neighboring Slate of  Washington, arc much more exclusive than ours; But without the  Americans the riches of Biitish Columbia .would have taken' much  longer to discover. Tlie Western  American is a born prospector." He  is brought ��up in a country where it  is almost the chief industry. -All  the technicalities of the business  are drilled into him.from his youth.  Its hardships are only what his forbears have dsen accustomed to. --Its  adventures and possibilities appeal']  to the romantic side of his nature,  and he takes to il ast an English  boy takes to birds'-nesting 'These  are the'kind ���of-.incn shut out by  the Alien bill. ���-  Having done so much, the Government in its thirst lor popularity,  passed a bill forbidding the employment of Chinese in-coal mines. This  piece of legislation was especially  directed against the Dunsmuir family, the owners of the rich coalfields on Vancouver Island, who,  were strong supporters -of the late I  Government.    This   bill   liar  been,  declared    unconstitutional    bv  the'  1  Dominion authorities, to whom our  local legislation has to be submitted. The Provincial Government  lias   very   cleverly   met   this  disal-1 gation Company  locality. Mr. Daly, recently sold  Anaconda' shares1 for $19,000,000,  and it is said, now thai he'intends  to make another Anaconda in B. C.'  Undoubtedly several American capitalists have lately made investments  there. Mr Daly has acquired what  are some ofthe most promising cop-  jcr-gold propositions in the country,  with a view to a large .scheme of  development.  ���o.*.c^*c(��-o.<>d*d*��o*o^o**��:^o*c>*��  $  Shot-Guns, Rifles, Revolvers and every -descrip-  ' tion of Sporting' Goods  at       _   > _  TISDAITS-GUN STORE  VANCOUVER.  ,_ Catalogue mailed on application.  LIST* YOUR '  LOTS, AT    -. >'  Rant "& Jones,-  OLDEST  KSTABL1SHKD  BROKERS  OF ATLIN.  Agents for the John  Irving  Na-'  from thc people in the north.  ko   follow   the    route  of our   fore-  fathers,   to  die.  The following was taken from an  English Provincial paper of a late  date aud makes good reading:  RACE QUESTION IN B. C.  It is understood the Dominion  Government is about to increase  the salaiies of all the officials in the  Yukon, from Mr. W. Ogilvie downwards. Commissioner Senkler and  Mr. W. I-I. P. Clement, legal adviser of the Yukon council, have Possibilities of Complications Later  had   their  salaries   fixed   at $5,000 ! Ou���Progress of Mining,  a year. Mr. Clement, who was al-1 Kelson, 13. C, September 3.���  lowed to practice his profession, j British Colmnbisi has a racial ques.  will be debarred from   doing   so   in , ti()11 which mij?ht   in   Un)e   ]ead   ,Q  the future. < ..    ,��� r      ...  .complications ol  a similar nature to  This is decidedly a step in the j those stirring up strife in the Trans-  right direction, and shows that tlie vaal. Our Uitlaudei'.s .are Chinese  Federal Government is awakening j and Japanese, aud we*are now fur-  to the fact that civil servants in the! uier threatened with an invasion ol  north should leceive pay commen- ��� IOlcco Finns. The Provincial  surate to ilicii surrounding:'*. Would 1| Government last.session cemmenced  it   not  be   a   wise policy to further  the game by declaring it illegal   for  any aliens to locale placer claims,  This dealt a severe blow at the new  Lake? \\V ha\e been classed in , Alfiu diggings. In fact many mer-  thc  same   c.ik-goiy   as   Dawson  in   chants aud others at the coast   who  <1  i7  Pkarl St., Atun, B. C.  MIIC    ALASKA    ELVER  65 hours to vSeattle.  S. HUMBOLDT"  Due at Skagway  Monday, Nov. 6, 1899.  Leaves Skagway every 'IV.n Days  for Seattle   and   British   Columbia  ports. t Buy your tickets at the office  of Pacific Clipper Line, Skagway.  W. H. TRIGGS, Agent.  extend I  iii<:ie:ist:  io limit ol   this   acceptable  lo   lhe   shoit*1-'    of    Atliu  lowauce  by publishing an order-in- i  council prohibiting the employment |  in mines of men   who  cannot  icad|  the   legnlations as printed iu English.    This not only keeps out  the  Chines?   and Japanese, but if strictly   enforced,   would  lay   off many  white miners as well.  -There  are  supposed to be about  3.000 Japanese   in    the  province,  mostly of the coolie order, and they  arc   beginning   to   talk   about the  franchise.    At  present  the  Japanese and   Chinese   are  classified   together from   a  legislative  point  of  view; but it is  cpuestiouable  if any  enactments        specially"    directed  j against them, aud which would not  (affect  Americans   and  Frenchmen,  j would hold water.    Japan   takes   a  [higher seat in thc council of nations  , titan   China does, and her representatives   arc very careful of their national honor and national rights.    If  presently    they  demand   the   franchise,   after some proper residential  Columbia, lor. ���������>rinK,:iin to puiviiuM- 11m  1       ' 'aerosol lanil, "-.iMi.neil   in   (In*   Atlin  district  qualification, there will probablv be  ������������ tii".e,ist -i��l<���,<>i .ulin i.ii-.e. iji.-t��i'ei. Atliu  *��� - , tun usiie and I'liu1 ci.-m'U,  ln*iu>r Ixiumlcil a--  I ni lows*. Ou (lie inji'l'iei-lj side li.v n lin<* ciim-  nii'iii'iitfr at in> inilinl post on tlie inar^iu of-  Atlin lalu> anrl rmiinii;- nlioiil N. **lili";. I'..  tin* a distance id about 2.iil'l teet, tlicuci; li.v u  line running about S. 3li dt��K. 1'*. for a dis-  tiiucc ol iiliimt "l.tiS!) lPi't, tlipuoe l>\ a line  i liimiiifi about S. "il dej. \\ , feu- a disl.iuei' of  British  America   Corp.,   Ld.  HOTEL,  ati.cn  - -  - -  n. c.  Glean linen, sprinfr beds, elioicest selcctioii  ol cijeurs mill, liiiiioi--. nortli of Vancoin er.  Rates vur> uioiierate.  Applications  for  Land.  i bpi-ebj trivp notice <if m.\ Lnteutioii to. apply, one input li ai ter tins date, to the Chief  Coniniissicinei-of l.unds ami   WorUs-,   Hritish  trouble.  rS IT ANOTHER ANACONDA?  l!u-mallei of mail fucilllic.-,,  am!   ii   u.ou-cj principally be benefited from j  we   aro Tiled to travel to 1 idem with   L*Klt field sav that the Alien bill fin-!     Mr. Marem Dalv, the copper king I '���'-'���������ii Jiwn^t. "tiiunm ..u..,y u u-in of  ., ...        ... . . ., - I . > rt *      Atliu In Ice to point ol couiinciiceiuciit: under  tne   Klo idike ui the mailer ol main ;Shed  it.     It   would   also  seem   to  of Montana, who was the founder of I ���*��,<���'l<>" ;'">' the "Land Act .vmendineut Act,  ,r ti-ip ! " " j;. w. HAMiT/roN.  " ,     Atlin, B. C, Sept. 2.'.. ISO'.).  initate  our   American  great copper mining   camps  of  the j ���   this   wu ter, sureh we can stand an ��� have been a   most   injudicious  pro- j Anaconda and several other  incti'ase  pay.  ceediusi   to  "���"]���-&   Provincial Government, cs- [cousins just at a moment when ev- [ west, is interesting himself in   B.C.  ,er\thing   was  being  done lo bring  For several mouths part he lias had  pecially    tbe    Educational       arm  should i.-l:e cognizance o!   this vol  AN'D  FUNKllAI.     DlRKCTOH  Embat^ikj*.  Third and Discovery,    Atliu, B. C.  alxuil an amicable settletncnt of' experts in various districts aud they  uiilary act of the Ottawa govern-1 the Alaska Boundary (pic-uiou. Fl! have, acoiding lo lhe common re-  ineut ami do likewise  in   providing lis peifcctly true that thc ,\ine*'icans ] port, secured some   fine   properties,  a   school   for  the  district,   with   a have a similar law  against  British i The largest deal  is Coopor "mouu-! BodiesEmi.ain.ed forsi.ipmentuSpecialty  ,        :    . . I .      .   : ���-.    1 �� ' , i Orders on short notice.  teaciier wnose saku*y will place him j subjects and others Heating claims, y lain in the  Similkameen  country, | ah kinds nt i?u,v��H-.u'Si',i.H>Ues. at i:eiiso*,4-  beyond. th.e pale of having , to  saw (In fact the. statute.'* in raany States, 'which is belived- to b; a very'rich ! "1>le- l-"-t'i-'-  L  '\m m  r'A.  St  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER -?o,  7,899.  The Arctic  rothcrhbdi  Botn on  a  Ship,   Bctv.'ccrv the  Banks of the Lynn Carta!.  Aimi and Objects of this Flourishing Northern Older.  The following sketch," furnished  b\ Hid. Weslou Coney, historian tc  C��"iiip i,- Aiolic* biotlfeihood, will,  ���doubtless be icad with considerable inteiest b\ a large uunil-er ol  people, as showing the .origin  1.1 d aims ofthe 1 orlhcin oider:   '  ODR COkNERSTO'Mv IN  JII STORY..   ' \      ,  Man  Was lini ii on .i ".'up,  On the banks ol the I'm ,��� <,| Tune.  These are the openufg words of a  grard poetic symphony by Mathew  Arnold, the ke\ -note of which is  Who ( mi see the "ii-en e.n th anj more, -  As, it was at the sou) < es oi 'rune-*  Men who have jouine\ed to the  interior of Alaslca could readih answer the question and could accept  as a prophec\ of tlie future: "Denser the towns on the mcige" of'the  stream, more incessant the hum of  its people and industries.  The brotherhood of the pioneers  of Alaska was botn-on" a ship, between the banks ol L\nn canal; and  its first and most of its more recent  members are of the order of those  who conquer trackless wastes ard  cany a Rosamond silken thread for  tlie calve of commerce and all \}.t  infitivii'tes of civilization a-id ct -  tine Ih.'-t follows in its train.  No better title could ha\e been  selected for an Alaska social organization than the simple one of the  "Arctic Brotherhood." To the  outer woild it explains itself; to the  initiated it signifies a recognition of  r perseverance undei difficulties, of a  courage to o\eiconic obstacles and  to ei.duie privations, of a philosophic eqnanim the zero and the torrid of temperature or prosperity,  and the open-hearted geneiosity of  ��� the successful toward his biother  struggling under the auspices of a  le?s fortunate planet.  ,     The whole of the ritual is calcu-  of sect el societies, and thus the j  form of their evening socials came j  to be systematized, so to speak, tin- ���  Ul, when the \essel icached .Ska-!  guay through the fun of the houi |  gleamed a central principle and ;  clustering aiour.d :l mam usciul |  lemons worth\ of iii'culcalion. This'  I'Cii-g disco\eiedvllicre was a uuani- '  -.nous'demand for ta< peimanent o:-I  g'an'z.ition   on  a   sound   basis   unci '  , *  *���   j     *- i  broad lines-..  v The hi st-meeting lo this end wa-.  held >Iajch 6tli a:>d for the pui pose  of , oigauizatkVn    membership   was'  ~*f    4 '  coi ifciicd upon 12 ol   those picser.t,  font of  whom   nass^d   Ihrou-rii   lite  :*&*ai  ��*^*N^#^*^*l*-'*fc*K*M>*-*>*^***��**��*^  I  '���I  <**  ���I  J  <ATSN,  %J  E.'   G.  r<  HxiANcnr.i  vr Dwvsoiv   Ili.NXr.i r, Sj.r.ivinic, Wjii 11*. lloitsi*.,  Pim. Cjijm.k.  /     i  The onlj  complete  stoi-K of  '   GROCERIES   AND   DRY   GOODS  in th,. vw.\.     '      ��� 2  Ladies' Goods ar Specialty.          '  ( J  New Line of Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes Just Arrived. ��  ���lass ol -roods in slouk at lowest pi'ieesi itheeif.*..   Iiispeationim iteil. '2  Q^tf#^"^tt"tf*4*^*tf-4**'^J'**S^  V       New Line  9.   Onl> highest el  J. H. BrovvRles, !\ l. S., 0. L. S.  R. C. Low ry, A. M. I. C. E.   ���  Atliu Camp No    5     Arctic   Chief, ,  J  J. >'CK��;T; Vice -Arctic ' Chief,   BROWNLEE & ' L'OWRY  0.    Ha.stie;   Arctic Recoidcr, L. M. ,.  1 Richaidson;  Keepei   of   the   Nug-  ' gels,   W. A. Spencer; Chaplain, E . . .  ouloa^ol   the iitual.*   Thc   '��u"''��r ��� j^ Steplieu!)0n.  Guide, J. J. Ban s; J '    "    <  of candidates fo.* menibeish.p gie�� jCalnp Cook] J)r Uunbsrt , Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  at each successive session.    At the;' y_i_ I 1-    j o       -  ,       , ,   _      ,    ,        Lund surveyors.  sixln meeting, held the same month, ,        *  ..\i\ud  and tub judgiv ' ,. _, /r  tllCrC    W'cfe   '7 !       ard   at   the    follow- ' ''ami Muller iuinpei on lipi tiinc-uoi-ii   l.lUe  , ,. ,.,, I i''oi an eveiu.it: hit at the'dust.\ pike.  mg   meeting   20 aiphcanls      1 hen , .       '  ......       ,'     , ,       , . .      ! A n'jld drop-ii ame of ii'��.i.v ilimiippur    -      j  ll   Was    decided tO double lhciintll-1 ,\ ltll ���,,,trie the sleepi,,,. dead -oul I he.u  tion   fee.    But  so quick ai.d fimi a 'irhi-j.ube e.inie'pc.un(ii���-,,io.is behind.     -  hold had the new order taken upon ' out ninns*-hisproai judieinimiud.  , 1 <���  the residents of   Skaguay and those j Ae "ticed rlie-h.su-.-c neat and trim,  , , , ' , . i And the pructiil motio.i nt the hi I l.'ii limb  passi.-.g  through,   that  this  tn   no ���  ,r .      , , _ ,1 Vnd h*-* said to himself in his jriji'.e deli^iit.  way  ef-eeted  the number of caucu-1 .n|lll, ,lllllttoI *��������� uni.Jip.->Sne-uii n^iu <���  dates.- Black   balls,   however,   be- j ne^-eu beside her., ,<i asked u?i iut'  came more   frequent  in   the   ballot | u J1-1'!*1"* ��� o.ie'su- n an old icj ��<u t as that.  PlJARI,  STRKIJT, 'ATUX,  13   C.  jnPI-IE NORTHERN I-IOTEL,  The biggest house in Atliu  Everything first:class.  /I'hagard   &   Tuniey,   Propiietois.  r-f  '  - 7"."  ' - "-1.1  box,   although   the   order    is  la'.d I 'v-irl s-iteV-"'} ^l-.-bi uij louuiiii support  hucli ��heel as-tht jiul^o,of tliet'i-tucteotii t.  upon such broad lines, and lias hi  ite membership aiLnationalities and  entiielv ignores the size of the  ao-  licant's bauk occount.,-  -About the date last given Brother  Captain Caitwright, of the Northwest Mounted Police, was commissioned to establish a camp at Bennett, and later this camo was gra-.t-  edachaiter. Brother J E. Heu-  uessy  was gi\-en tlie same commis  sion for Log Cabin and  Brother J.  I.l. Thagaul o*ie   ror  Atlin.    Later  -till  A1 otic   Lhicl   I'nnsv.ortli   loot;  -out a lidity   of   brutheis   r:o  aid in  ��� oundiiig these camps and also  one  at  Tagish.      Bi other  Escolme,   at  lhe  same  meeting,   was appointed  01 ganizer of camps in Dawson, aud  at  a  later   meeting   Brother  Sam  'Dunham, the poel and census-takei,  was   commissioned     to     establish  camps still further toward the Arctic circle.'  __ At the next meeting, iu addition  to thc executive officers and those  necessary to attend to the work of  the ritual, a camp poet, historian  and musician were appointed, and  Bro. Kern was commissioned to design an official button, thc signifi- !  cant  one  adopted being tlie result.  lie, told her sMi* eoi'lil on a eiiamless 1 rie,  tt it1' a diamond ri ame  il she'd lie Ins Iji ide  Or it she would hust up his solo life  Tlicj   noul.l' tandem   touelhei    as   man   and  wife.  M.iud bit at the bait like a liun-ii*^ trout.  And tlie ol.l judir" s.niled as he \aiiked her  out!  r*  Tiie\ 1 ule on a trirlem now , oi eoiii's?.  Iilut iluud has lo work luce treadmill horse1  for the j'id_re has learned ho�� to sit and  bhirk  tnd let liis <lai'!iii<r do all the u Oi'U.  <;  [la weighs two hundred and lift.i-otie,  Hut the poor fen 1 thinks it an even ton !  And she often s,n ^ \\ ltli pain-rent heart:  "I wish L was bark ou inj old n'e cart'"  "Ot all true words tJiat I o\cr spake  Tlie truest are t.'iese. "He's a h loom in'in ho'.'  ��� De-ner Post  BATHS  o   BARBER SHOP  The bathsare e<|iiull\ us ���jikhI .is loiind in  fitii's.   Siilo cull iiiiue lur In lies. '  ���   "      **<  L,rM\ ^ rMIATI*. Pi-oi.,., TirstStieet.  PRINCIPAL   BATH    HOUSE  AND    LAUNDRY.  *.'  *-   '  Best   Equipped   Establishment  j in Atlin.  Lake Street,  near Sawmill.  TULES   EGGERT  -    - Swiss   Watchmakicr. t  Has charge of goverunienf instut-  ments      I'irst street, Atliu.  In  .Medical "Hall.  James  Orr,   ex-M.    P.    P.,    who'  spent  several   mouths in  Atlin this'    Djvect     to     Vancouver  in  summer is in  Vancoaver.  r  r THE -  unadian Bank  seeV  ,   Three   Days  nimerce.  Corner Sscond and Pearl Streets.  ATLIN.    B     C.  5TH,  A.   II  16TII    AND    26TII  ICACH    MONTH  OE  laled to test the fitness of the  can- , ,  didale as a trail-blazer of  the  path jTheu firo-   Captain Johnson, one of j     TiKmouGiri.v Ivoiui'i-kd Assay   "  to  the    development   of   Alaska's Jthe promotci ���> of llie oider, donated Iq1mmc,.: ix CoxnivCTiox.  wonderful re.-=ources,   ami   lhe  sol-'for ;l clu,) house  a  large  lot   in   a ,  emu  oath     of   brotherhood   is   a��� ' ^vored section of the city;  Bro,   E.    obligation for ail time thai his latch- iM* ^'oodrurf donated   an   addition  ���        ,   ,,     , , <��� ��i,*o ;���   r.rA*~ n, ,i     1 it Gold purchased or advances made  string shall   alwavs   be   on I   lo   the Ito this m  order that a larger edifice ' |  need) hi other,   lhal he will st-ui no ,tha11  Uie   OIie  contemplated   might ilhereon   landing   the  result of   itM  false  stampedes,   tlial he wi'.i K'ic-m 'bc Considered,    aud   Bto.   Captain ' assay. I  nomine abovt  it:*  valme    trnt   ho'J0''11 Irv"'S* ^- V- V , donated thg*,  will, iuihoit  be a  btornir   ro  his j "pessary   lumber  fo.- thc building. ; !  brnthct foil i'i~  .>_eki 1   inJrcAicLcl     Meantime a committee comprising j     Exchange sold on all  the princi-'  v.-jld. utis'i .1   J1 limes   and .'in  cll|tllD  leading  legal talent of thc city jpal   poinLs  in   piUropQf  the United I  BAK1CR,    Agent,  C. R. R. Office, Skagway.  ITKEN & STRANAHAN,  Paintkrs.  Neat  and  artistic signs at  reason  able rates.  places.    The  handgrip, the saiuta- |had been appointed  to  incorporate states and Canada  tion,   the   1 espouse-and strangers ,the orclcr LUlcl ^ro. Stiles lv. Maxon |" "__' 1_.\J_   meeting  on   far  distant creeks are !had been commissioned   to   prepare _ When in Atliu stop  immediately   brothers  and   sharers Pla,is for the club house.    Tlie  lot' . .  al tjie .  in weal and woe.  Near the  end  of Eebruarv  the  was duly deeded to the  trustees  of |  the order, the lumber  arrived   rtur-1 OLYMPIC    HOTEL  City of Seattle, on her trip to the j intf thc la<,t dai's or.M:iy, and the  north, carried a merry crowd of re-,'building committee is now prepar-  ttirning    repre-��enlalive     Alaskans | ��|R to erect OIlc of tht; "Jost commo* ! HKAnoijARTKKS   i*or   Liemp's St.  I BAR  !       ELEG ANTLY EURNISED  ' BACHELOR    APARTMENTS.  I      Rooms with Brussels carpets,  j a stove in each, and all accessories.  I Billiard and Poo! Tables.  1  JACK   BYRON,    Prop.  First  Street.  and Klondikers, some who had  made fortunes and some who had  merely laid the foundation for pos-  ible weilth.     So:n- were members  dious   and    sumptuous   thice-sloiy  Loth Lac.isr Bki'k.  1 l-ir^t class ResUiurautin connection,  rhe   following   are llie offices of A.   BURLE,   Mana-^ei.  club   bailding   to   be   found  on the  Pacific coast  D1SCOYERY.  B. C.  When you come to Discovery tike  shelter under the TREE,  finest of ll'iuo! ; fi^'id sL,KU -��; ft'li-  >.'Ksl'  ���if >  ���Jf"*>i  ft-1  >* .  ���i i  ���Jl1'-!  41:  all,  III*'  !*!  ATLIN, ~B.  C;,/ SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   28,    .tSoo.  picked up Here, and there.  'Mi. and Mis. Stett left 'bi v^-ati--  the oaily pail of the week.  '17 J. Watsuii, U-fl foi I'.ciuirll fin  Friday's boat.  The slcfinicr'Noia, ofthe B. L.  <.*v K. N., was stianded in the ice  17   miles  below Tagish' \eslerday.  Capt, E.   P. Armstrong, ibrmerh ;wimlv CRv  wKh  of lhe OJeaner  "Malicl I'.  lias   chartered   the  Capt.   W.  l.angley and j. J, Mc-  K/'.una left on Friday for Victoria.  Chaile; f, F-rihl kit Atlin, toi  paits unknown, cuminonly termed  Chicago. Before leaving he prophesied a brilliant future for this  district as a quart/ camp, having  spent thc summer 111 exploring the  country in a thorough manner. Al-  |so he will astonish thc people of the  J Windy Citv  with   a   fine   array   of  ���y,  -THE-  1 our   free gold-bearing rock'and clis-  iposc, of   Malaiuulc   pups.    A.    C.  One of the bjsl articles   for good ]i Hirschfeld  represents   his   iiitercsls  health is,a wholesome loaf of bread j durin^'his absence,  at 1 2 cents, and a first class meal al  50 cents al the Pioneer Bakety.  A.  Orant. of   tlie   luuiso   of Mc*  Lnsl    Saturday's    boat      canied  j away a* fair   number of  passengeis.  I Among   thc    number 'were   Frank  l.emuu,   McKeeley &l\... lieniiett, .,,rt;e^   u.h()   ^    [{>  v.inomwer;  c.unc in ycsteulay and loll lhe stone jj; ^^ (>r MahreV & Mead,, who  day, after closing smnemin.ngdeals j wm speml lhe ^^ in y.uvuhitr,  Robert Laidiaw. a well-known ij .M.Rose, who goes to Minneapo-  Skaguay packer, and another naiu-jiis- Mr. 'Pennant', of 'Pennant &  ed Bobinso'n, of London, wheie i B;lker, who will winter in Skaguay;  drowned in the White Horse iapids!aiK* ])r  ,m(1  iMrs  j0hnJ0n, who go  w  ierchcint$ Bank of Halifax  IXfJOItPOIiATKI)   lW.il  Paid Ui* Cai'ital  Ricst ��� -    -    -    -  52,000,000.00  $1,250,000.00  A   general' Banking   business   transacted.       Cold    Dust   assayed   and  purchased.,  Drafts issued and money transferred to any part ofthe world. v   ���  The First Bank to Open in Atlin.  W. A.SPENCER  Ivlanager Atliu  Branch!  last Sunday  Sergl. Woodhouse. of thc N. W.  M. P.. was united in marriage  last Saturday to Miss Bailey,,of Atlin. They will-spend the winter  at" Tagish.  i to New York.  I  1     II. Cowan went out lasl Saturday  on his way to'Victoria, where he  will winter. "In his trip he is embracing a little of thc sweet-do-nothing charm   and   considerable  busi-  ..    P. BiJRNS & CO.,  Wholesale   -   and    ->   Retail   -   BuiGhers*  t     *  - Co U NICK     FlRST     AM)      PlCAKt. ' STRI'KTs:  A. C. Hirschfeld, acting for iness. ��� He intends to make atrange-  the firm of Brownlee 6c Houghton, imenls whereby this paper will be in  during their absence, has power to j perfect harmony with lhei pulse of  rent some of the best lots and ! the world In a scmi-weeklv letter  cabins in Atlin. I'which   he   will forward on the fasl-  Thc W. P. '&  Y.   Rv,   has   l6o |est boats and'thence by wire. Apart  Builder&f Hrdware, Miners' Supplies,  Tinware, .  Granitewarc,  Etc., Etc  TINSHOP   IN   CONNECTION.  ETRST STREET-  ATLIN, B. C.  DUNN  & CO. (Limited.)'  acres of land leserved below While  I from  this   an    extensile   addition  Horse rapids for a townsite,   to   be hviH   he  made  to- the  P^nt in the  known   as   Closcleigh,  numed .lfter i ^a>" of presses, etc., that will allow  one of the shareholders.  Before Magistrate Woods this  week M. A. Smith got one mouth,  for. pointing a gun at Frank La'que,  at Pine. P. McNichols, for threatening to shoot C. J. Johnson "was"  fined $75 and co.sts.  Judge Fry. ' connected with the  Globe since its inception, arrived in  Atlin on Friday, and after closing  important business, left on the  same day s boat for Bennett, where  he  will  remain   during the winter.  The general supposition is that  Friday's trip of the Gleaner would  be the last, but Captain John Irving  was not able to ' <*ay definitcly  whelher this would be the ca**c. If  moderation in the weather continues he is likelv to make two more.  ot    a  large-sized  of the  printing  paper  him the early part of the season  These he will bring in with  ! COMPLETED.  - The work of cutting" a winter  Iroad thiough to Log Cabin has  been reported complete. The distance is about 42 miles and starts  immediately opposite Atlin City on  the west side of Atlin Lake, and  thence runs on the south side of  Atlinto River and Taku Arm fourteen miles to Windy Arm near  Golden Gale, the distar.ee across  the arm is live miies to Hale's stopping place. The road then runs  due west three miles lo Otter Lake.  This lake is rouuded on tho north  side   seven and three-quarter miles,  THE  GRAND  MOTEL  FJNEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  Rich & Hasttic,  Proi'iuktors;    David Hastik,  Managkr.  Corner of First and Discoverv Streets. -  and tliree and a half miles   further  The Union Colliery Co., of  Yan- ion the road finishes at the junction  couver    Island,     has    had   a     fine  of the   Fan   'Pail.    The   road   does  of $5,000  imposed   upon   them   for  A GOOD BROP.  V*  The Dawson Daily Ne.vs of "September 18th, just to hand, contains  a story of a most miraculous escape  from death of a miner at Oro Fino  hill, which is located between Fox  and American gulches on the left  limit of Bonanza, Yukon territory.  On the hill is a claim owned dyG.F.  Sparks, and .on the claim there is a  shaft 10S feet deep. Down this  shaft lasl Thursday (14th "lilt.) fell a  Montana miner named Sharp. Mr.  Sparks has a stcam-thawer aud hoist*  and Sharp was being hoisted to the  surface. Just as his head appeared  al the top of the shaft a belt on the  wheel slipped off and the sudden  iierk caused  the   "Montana  man   to  1 *'  the curbwork in his rapid descent.  It all passed so quickly, however, that  he had no distinct  remembrance of  f s  anything save that he reached the  bottom without sustaining any severe  injuries. Pie was somewhat, sore  next dav, but went to work as usual.  negligence in tlie maintenance of  thc Trent river bridge where  an accident had occuired and several men lost their lives.  Andreu Boudreau, of Alexandria, Que., who had been a sufferer for months past   in   the   hospital  not   touch   at   the   Tepee,   so weli;lose his   hold*   iuul  dovvn   he   felL  known to travellers last winter. The Hymenal   the   lop   were   horror-  rsad is 10 feet wide.     Boats   are  ., stricken at  the   awful  catastrophe.  be had  lo   ferry   passengers   across ! No lime was jost, however; the bell  was again adjusted, and Mr. Sparks,  from Windv Arm to Hale's.  Mr. Sni.vthe, photographer, reeeiied during the Beck from Rochester, N. Y"., il handsome camern. the largest in the north, with  lcversiblp hack. This line instrument was  ordered last March nud has !>t*en ou tlie road  p\er since that time.  Win. Ilnillj . \\ lio has had connection with  the*Atliu Globe since iff, iir.st issue, has been  superseded by C. Culliu, who \\ ill continue  its publication." "Mr. Uuill.v went out on I'ri-  tltlj's   llOHt.  The Domino lmll. fin en by tho Arctic Uro-  tiierhood iu their hull hi'st evi-nin^r, was  another break in Atlin's dull monotony.  It was well attended und j<�� tripped iiloiifr  till I o'loclc in tlie nioriiiii{r. The entertainments provided by tiiits order are very much  appreciated, uud much praise is due to Dr.  Lewis lor his uutirinu: eflorts in making  them a success.  NEW   OPERETTA.  went down the shaft to bring up. the ,  mangled remains of poor Sharp. He I  reached thc bottom, and uerly fainted  All   kinds of job printing turned  out    bv  The   Claim from   a  bank  The new Savoy operetta by Ar- j with surprise when, instead of the  here, passed away al 2 o'clock on j Uiur Sullivan and Basil Hood is to! shapeless form of a miner, he found  Thursday morning. His affliction j De produced in October._ Its scenes j that individual sitting cool and col-  was scurvy, contracted on the Tes-' are laid   '���   a   camp   Qf Australian , lected on upturned bottom of a uail-  liu trail.     He was buried on Friday 1 miners,   refined    and    trans formed | keg.     "How do yon feel after your ; check to a circus poster,  in the Discovery street cemetery.      | through thc influence of an elderly i tumble?" asked Mr Sparks, as soon as  A   bunch   of   mirth-makers   left | woman, who promises to marry the | hc had recovered his speech. "J feel  Allin on Thursday   in   the  persons , worst of them al the end of acertain | ap right," said Sharps: "but I think  of Misses R\ an and Lamoreaux,  Charley Wright, and C. Taylor.  They went to Taku City a day in  advance of the sailing of the Gleaner, so as to take no chances  going across Atlin Lake on a  steamer that waits for a fair wind.  The ladies will remain at Bennett,  while Chas. and Cv. go io Tacoma.  tune.  1 it is   about  Setting  time    to     be  A party of young English girls, a'out of this hole." Sharp was  lord mayor of Loudon and his | again hoisted, up, and on examiua-  friends, and a secret society of ama-  tion it was found that all the injuries  teur actors are other characters   in  the operetta, which  ends  ou  a an  he had sustained were a few trifling  scratches ou   his  hands   and   face.  island on the Pacific ocean, with an i How he saved himself he   does   not  exploding   volcano  in    the    back-1 know,   but thinks   he    endeavored  ground.  to check his fall was by catching at  Voi; Wir.r. Maki: No Misiaki' Ti* Vhii Go  To Tin:  ...BRITISH HOTEL...  ('ui, l-'irst uud l)isro\er.\.  Genuine noods und t>\c>r> thin-;  first  clus-t  ut moderate rates.  T. 'lUCWJiLU  Proprietor.  ���***-" 1  71  1  m  M  in  i'i\  u>li

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