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 nt  VOL.    7-  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY,  SEPTKMBKk   -3.   190:  NO.   16 =  The''Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    {jJS.ooojooo.  Branches of, tho Bank at .Seattle,  1    San Francisco,  Portland,  .   ,'. Skagway, etc:  Eiivfiaiivsff,-)' scfrf an ail Points.  Ooi.u Dust i'uKciiAsicn���Assay Oi'kick in Connection.  ,      ' ".:   . J. S.   MUNRO,' .Manager.  Tift ROYAL MOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C. ,  This   New   and   Commodious, Hotel was opened to the  Public,   April  16H1, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CIIOiCLSr WINLS, LIQUORS ;ANI) CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPICIALIY.  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and- ��� Retail - Butcher  1 1 r-  . FIRST - STREET,    ATLIN,   B.   C.,  ���Agents for:' - _'y . F" ..."  " THE   STANDARD   OIL   CO.,  THE   CUDAHY   PACKING   CO.,- .  CHASE ,&   SANBORN,    (Seal Coffee).  ROSE   OI?   ELENSBURC    BUTTER.  * ~ *  - v ' ',  " 'Wholesale .   & ��� Retail   ���  tbe - ROSS -TIIGGINS Co.  We solicit your Mail Orders.  9  SKAGWAY,  Alaska  Pioneer Mim and Restaurant  Sl'KCIAI.TIliS  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Broad, Rye Bread, etc.  Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  Gooil Koonis to Kent���Hy the Duy, Week or Month ��t rea.>,onal>lu rate-..  JIMMY'REGAN -  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  -Men's Httlf S<>lt>s and Slioe Xails.  Henry Distou & SnuV Siiu.s. Windows, Ooors,  Glass niul Puttey, etc., etc.  BOOM BANG ���BOOM I Dynamite,   Caps   and    Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Bouqlit   Sold   and   Exchanged.  THE    WHITE    PASS    &    YUKON  ROUTE.   ��o+-   Passenger and Express Service, Daily (except Sunday), between  Skagway, Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making'close connections with our own steamers at White Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and 'at Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin every Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph Sei vice to Skagway.    Express   matter  will   he received  .for shipment to and from all poiii'.s in Canada and the United Slates.  Kor information relative lo Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  Rates apply to any Agent of the Company or lo  J.  V.  Lick, Traffic .Manager, Skagway.  J. Lii\scombk, 'Local Agent, Atlin. B. C.  U. K. H.WKS.  J. (j. CoiiNW.r,.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION..  lioudqiilii'turs   for  llrrinkV,  stn^o.  DISCOVERY, li. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Kl>. SaNii.s, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  UKST   LIQUORS   A   CIUAKS  lioon   Accommodation. ���-- i{i..sTAincANT  i.n  CONNKCTICN.  S. JOHNSTON, l��roi)i ii.'Uir.  (joodSliiMiiiK for Horny, niul n��>i>��..  WEDDING BELLS.  PLUM BE  McLaren.  The new, bell at St. Martin's  Church 'was put to a'happy use on  Thursday afternoon, .when it announced "lo the citizens the marriage  of Mr. S. H. Plumbc-of the Atlin  Mining Co. Ld., to . Miss McLaren  ol'Ottawa. :'  The bride looked exceedingly  well in a dark blue travelling dress,  and wasiatlended by Miss Bone as  bridesmaid'. Mr. E. RosWlli ably  supported ihe groom.  The wedding was a quiet one on  account 'of the'indisposition or ihe  brides sister Mrs. Fetherstonhaugh.  The b'appy couple will take up  their residence at, the house on  Second Street formerly occupied by  Mr. and-'.Mrs. Christopher.  P. C. S. S.    Co's      Steamer  ''Cottage City" Wrecked.  A BIG NUGGET.  As is well known, Atlin leads all  British Columbia in the production  of big .nuggets. We were shewn'  one this week, round, yellow and  ���beantifel, with a--eircumferepce- of  twenty live inches and quiet two  pounds in weight. The nugget in  this instance is a cauliflower, ripe  and perfect in every particular,  grown in the garden of our enterprising pioneer baker, Mr. Meyerc.  ��� Allin's products, from nuggets  down to potatoes lead the van. Talk  of the frozen north! rubbish!!  Passengers and Crew ��aved and  Br-ougnt Baek to Skagway by  Tho "Spokane."���Is Probably  A Total Loss.-    -  r The P..C. mail Steamer Cottage  City which left Skagway laslSatui-,  day, with about ioo passengers, is  now lying' a probable total wrtck ���  on the'point of an island near Petersburg, in the Wrangle Narrows.  ��� The acciduet occurred on Sunday  night, after she struck  the  pumps  kept her afloat long enough to  al- ���  low all the passengers and crew   to  land, and we  understand   that ' the-  valuables aboard were also saved.  The Spokane brought ihe passengers back to Skagway, and the  latest report stales that nothing but  the pilot house of the Cottage City  is above water.  ROOSEVELT.  Escapes -Without- Serious  Injury in  Fatal Collision.  Gives   His   Opinion   on   the  '   Needs' of the Miners.    ���  What the    Owners    and   Miners  Want The Two Per   Cent  Tax.    :" J  ;  Lt. Col. the Hon. E. G. Pri-r,  in an interview at Vancouver, said.  ' "What does Ihe country need to  encourage mining development?"  "Well I think it can all be summed up into one word, viz., 'stability.' I'll admit that it would be  well to alter the two per cenl. lax if  possible, whilst at the -same time  getting a fair revenue for the government, luil the great wish of the  mining men is to know lhat no  changes arc going to he made in  the laws, so that they can plan  ahead and know the conditions under which they must work. I  have talked with owners, managers  and miners by the dozens and all  are agreed as to that."  Go  lo  J.   H.   Richardson'o   for  Gold Seal Hip Gum Boots, $9.50.  Special Agent Craig- Killed ��� Fr-i-  vate Secretary and Coachman  Seriously Injured.  President' Roosevelt miraculously escaped death oiy serious injury  in a terrible and fatal accident near (  Pittsfield on the 3rd hist. Return-  idg from a visit lo Senator Dawes  at Pittsfield, the presidential' car-,  riage whilst on its wa3' to Lennox  was struck by an electric car travel:  ling at a high rate of speed. The  carriage was completely wrecked  and occupants buried in , a mass of^  debris. . Special Secret Service Officer Wm. Craig was killed instantly;  the coachman D. J. Pratt sustained  a fractured skull and other injuries  likely to prove fatal. Gov. Crane  and Secretary Cortelyou were badly cut and bruised. Tbe President  escaped with trifling injuries and  refused surgical treatment, but di-  iecled the doclors lo give their first  assistance to his unfortunate companions.  James Kelly, conductor and  Madden and Burke, lnolormeu are  under arrest, charged with manslaughter.  President Roosevelt is at Oyster  Bay, and is none the woise from  the terrible accident.  The injuries sustained by George  I-I. Cortelyou, though not dangerous are serious enough to cause him  to keep his bed.  Back numbers of the Atjlim  Claim can always be had at the  Clatm office, price r^ cents.  ''I  !p  I    10  1   tit*  'ft  ' Ss  m  : 'iSS  I ii  m  ���;[  : M  m  m  '������n  m  ��  m  m  ������A  I  1  Rj*S  ii��f>Sjri*s ATLIN, -B..C.  SATURDAY,  SEPTFM HER  13;   '902-:  The Atlin Claim,  I'lililisln-il    rvory    Saturday   iitorninii   l>v  T-.ii: ATI.IN CliAUl   IViii.it'lUSti Uo.  A. (!. Ilii!��r;iii'i'.l-ii. KniTiiH ami  I'lml'iiiWin.  Ullk'i- t.r puliliriuioii IVnrl S-., Atlin. U- C-  \1lvrrlisi1iK   '''"<<��s:   SI.���   per  inch, each  ins.-rtion.    Ueiidiiijr notice. 2.".   <���<-'"** u line.  Spr-L-iul I'milfiwt  Kutux *>u applirirtHJ"-  Tl.c siiliwvi|.M<m pi-iei- irt -^ u >���<"'������l< !"��'"  ul.lc in n.Unm-c. Nopipoi- �� til l��e .loU��.-rc<l  mile- this foni!il:����ii i< ciminlipd ��'���'������ '  the 5th..day of September   190?, al  about 11 a. m. in Pine Creek   opposite the Junction Hotel, in the   District, of Ailin,. County   of Vancou  ver.  SATunn.-w,' Sk'i'TKMIucr 13- 1902.  Signed, Alouzo Nickerson,  Foreman.  H. W. E. Canavan.  E.' P. Queen,  W. Blaikie,  K. D. Rorke,  Frank Link."  ' The official close-of the mining-  season takes'place on Monday next  the 15th.,.but work will be prosecuted on the creeks right along all  winter, and much more gold will  be won before the end ol' the year.  Data is scarce and at present we  are unable to give a correct estimate of the output but what we  do know is'that it is much gi eater  than that of last year.  Atlin has   a   reputation   for   this  year that few   camps  can   boast of,  work plentiful, wages from $5 to $6  per day and not an idle man in the  district; all the. creeks and benches  yielding more gold than heretofore.  Many move men than in previous  years will remain   here   all .winter  tapping the  old  channel  of Pine,  ��� and drifting  on -Spruce,   Boulder,  ' Gold Run and Otter, in   fact   there  is now no'reason why   men   should  not get employment the whole year  round   thus   avoiding  the   general  exodus'which takes place every fall  to the detriment of the camp.  The hy'draulicing so far has been  highly satisfactory and will improve with each year, the returns  Cram the companies now working  will speak for themselves and an  era of.progress will commence.  Much developement has been  done this year on,the quartz propositions in Atlin, both in gold and  copper, and fine showings have  been made; some of the mines are  already shipping ore and many  more will soon follow suit. When  results become known Atlin will  .-forge 'right ahead and those who  have shown faith and stayed with  the camp will reap the benefit they  richlv deserve..  Quartz Mining; on the 'Big  Horn. Looks Like a Paying Proposition.  Certificates of Improvements.  HOLY    UttOSS.    I-BKNCH     AND     Al.YISK  , 'Miiiernl Claims,   situate I   in   the   Atlin  '    Mining District, nt the S\V corner of Atlin   liixlvc,   two >iiies 'from  Atlin LiiUc,  nrar Uol>" Creels.       , ,       ���'  NO'IICK is hereby sive'n tliiit I, Noel L��-  v��ri!!pre. F.M.C., No. I? Jttti.'and, us Attorney-in-fact, for Tom Lnverdiere, K.M.C.. No  n -IS31. and IVunl? Laverdierp.l''.M.C, No. 1*  1.1:1.', intuiitl tiOdnys from ilntc hereof, to ap-  'ply to thu Mining Koconler for i�� Certificate  of IliiprovcMiiPiits, for thu inirpusr of obtaining :i Crown (Ii-nnt of tin' above olniuii.  Anii'kuhthi'.u Take notice tlisit action .under Section 37 must bo commenced before  the is-nmioe of such Cc-rliticatc of Improvements. '  Dated tliis2.">tli (ln.v ol' June, 1002.  je2S-fiUil      ; -       Xdei- LAVEiiuriCKK.  Iiiii. iti)oi:t   two  miles from the head of  Torey Inlet. , ;  TAKE Notice that I, J. H. ���Brownleo. Agent  I for,John Caplioe, RM.C, No, U4913, in-  teml (>0 days from date hereof to apply to tho ,  Mlniiiir ��� Recorder for CertHientes of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the'above claim*.  AND Fuktiibu, Take notice that action  under Section 37 must be commencrd before  tlio issuance of such Certificate of Impi-ore-  meats. ���'���  ����� H��owmlkk.  Dated at Atlin, this 2nd day of July, 19- 2.  jy-j-tiOd  Messrs. Olsen and Bushart have  purchased a large ore wagon and  team'of horses, ami have commenced balding ore from their mine on  the Big Horn lor shipment to the  Tacoma smelter for treatment.  They intend shipping fifty tons  this year and if result is anything  near the latest assays; ($400'per  ton, )they will nelt a tidy suni.  'BL'TTli." "-HKLKNA." and "GIUCAT  PALLS", Mineral Claims. Situate at. tho  Smith end of Atlin Lake in tho.Atlin Dis-  Noticc of Dissolution,  NOTICE is hereby r-Ivoii thai the pnrtm-r-  shi|> heretofore existing lirl��i-ii tho  undersigned at Atlin, ��. C <<" " CuinminKS  & liichurdsoii." has this dn) bi-c-n dissolved.  ,Jlr. Klcliardsoil, " )n> continues busimisK,  will pay all lialiililie- anil colled all ae-  counts. .  Dated al Atlin. ��- 0., thU 2-Mlt .In.*   ��l ���!'��>"  jjica.       '    ��� John CUM.uiNfiH,  '      J. IllM.Y.MCll   lilt \i.\ltn->"N.  Fantail   Cutoff ���- Greatly   Improved Wagon Road to  Otter Lake.  The Government has done good  work on the Fantail trail this  year and a wagon road has been  built from Taku to Otter Lake also  the road from .Otter Lake lo Log-  Cabiu has been greatly improved  and properly flagged. Several substantial bridges have been'put in  and altogether it looks as if the  "mushers'' will have easy going  this winter.  iv von want  I nformatfon  CONCURRING  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITK  TO    _  A.C. Hirschfeld  Real   1-'state   and   Mining   Broker,  Finest Wines, Liq.uors and Cigars.  Furnished' Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  The Man on the Wing.  THE INQUEST.  Coroner's   Jury Render   Verdict,   Found Drowned.  No Evidence to Show That Deceased Took His Own Life.  At the sitting of the Jury in the  inquest into the death of William  Joyce, no evidence was produced .to.  show that deceased look his own  life. The origin of the fire is not  known, it is now supposed to have  been caused by accidental overturning of a lamp. The condition of  the body and the burned hands and  lace tend to indicate that deceased  attempted to extinguish the fire,  failing wliich he ran to the creek  and there met his death.  The following verdict was rendered by the jury;  "That William Joyce, aged 63,  ca.me to his,death by  drowning- on  J. T. Wilkinson, (Wings) is with  us again for a short stay. He has  a.special contract- with the New  York Life, and is making a remarkable record. He is more cheery  than ever, especially as he received  news at Cariboo Crossing that one  of his two year old colts had won  the British Columbia Futurity race  and purse, at the recent Vancouver  meet.  'THE ..KO-OTENAY .hotel.   ��  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainor Streets.  ? This nrst Class Hotel has been remodeled and refurnished throughout  �� and olVers the best accommodation to Transient or Permanent  Ci Guests.���American and European plan.  S Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  S :               Billiards   and   Pool.                           $  Lipton  Will Try    Again to  Win The America's,Cup.  Yachtsmen are pleased to hear  that vSir Thomas Lipton will build  a new yacht and again challenge  for the America's Cup next year.  The New York Yacht Club will  probably be satisfied to leave the  defence of the Cup to the Columbia  and Constitution.  Twenty Villages Buried in a  Landslide Great Loss  of Life.  An immense landslide from Mt.  Ka^helyn Transcaucasia, by which  twenty villages were totally destroyed, occurred on the 17th of August last. Over 700 lives were lost  and much property destroyed.  ���    IHE liilANP  HOTEL  FINKST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORjPH.    EVERYTHING  ; CONDUCTED  IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  David Hastih,  Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discovery'Streets.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms--By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. - Fine stable in collection with the House.  AMERICAN    AND   EUROPEAN    PLAN.  O. W. Johnston. Manager.  l'OR  Call and get Prices at ^l��XS&h^^.a^,rV-A!.\r,rt.y*A"��tt  (IV  ATLIN,' B.   C,   'SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER 13. ><)02.  Wp  can   give. You   as Good Value for your CASH'as QrOCerIeS9 PrOVlslORS^etC,  1 ** *���*      any House in Town. ���      ' ' -r-��        1       ���'      '   1  '      1        '  -   < Try   us ��� with   it   and  see, ��� '  Giant   Powder   on   nana.  3. % jn$tv:%M  A- QUARTZ, DEAL.  Interest    Sold   in    the    Lulu  Mine, Otter Lake.  NOTICE.  Purchasers Will Put  up   a Stainp-  'Mill and   Concentrator A  Promising Property.  Messrs. l-'eun, Halferly and Lun-  derlin, owners of the Lulu mine,  sold an interest in the property to  Messrs. Anderson and Beets,'of  Spruce Creek,' on Tuesday. The  consideration which was partly  cash'also binds the purchasers to  furnish a Quartz Mill and Concentrator to be erected next June.  The mine is situated sbout yi  of a mile up the Otter River from  the South end of Otter Lake. The  ore assayed from $80 to as high as  $840. The ledge is +}4 feet wide,  ivell defined and exposed for 400  feet.  Little can ' be learned' from. the  many.other properties being opened up round Olter Lake, but there  is no doubt that-it is a well uiiueral-  r ized country and it would not surprise us to hear of more deals being  made in that part of our District.     -  The Le Hoy. Ltd., Liu., Miniii',' Company,  owning the Lit ItoY, Hon T.ui. Hl.AfK  Jack, Muttk,   Lsaiii'.i.t.x,  Idaiih, Li-.oai.  TliMJKK. and I,11TI,K Jllf. fR ACTIO N  Mineral Claims, situated in lisiiny Hollow, CJIiilhnt .Minim; .Division ot Cassiar  Di-itrict, ii. C. . '  To ISA UNA HI), HOYL   on O-iinai ins Aui-.N'i  ok Aiikxts :  T the iinduralitiipd Jok, W: Kmlll.i pari  ' owner of the wliuvc-miiin.-d niint'i-itl  claims, herehy kIvo notice to I In- nliovo-  uained lliii-iinril Uoyl or other hi. A;;ent or  Agents, that I do hereby rnitinst the said  llai-iiard Hnyl, or other his Aireul or Agents  to contribute hi-s .share ol Ihe ix-si-ssment  work doiin tin the .said claims, vi/..: one  year's assessment work, from July, J'.ll'l to  July, 11)1)2, ainountini? to the hinn of & lli'.l.-lf).  Unless tho Mlid ainomit he paid to me on or  before the 7th day of September ne.\t I shall  proceed, under and by virtue of Hie powers  conferred by Section I of the Mineral  Amendment Act, 1300, repealine; Section 11  or Cap. 1.") of tho Statutes ol ISM.  Jos.'W. S.MI11I,  By .Iso. P. Lindsay,  Atty.-iu-ract,  Atlin, 11. C, June 7th, 1302. Jim  Certificates of Improvements.  Big Quartz Deal Made"'by- J.  Ladue in Dawson.  Joseph Ladue sold a one third  iu.terest in a quartz property on  Gold Run for $40,000 cash and  $250,000 shares iu a company now  being formed.  Extensive development work has  commenced and orders for machinery been placed, the plant will be  taken in this winter.  DISCOVERY    Mineral   Claim,   Situate    on  Pine creek, at or  near the town of Dis-  ���   covery,   iii the "Atlin   Lake Mining   District, B. C.  T-AKIi   Notice that I,  W.   Pollard   Grant,  1     Agent   for   K.   A. Wise. l\ m'.O., X��. B  G2S84,   and   Nelliu   H. UminalU, F.M.c, No. H  1427, intend 60 days  from  dato hereof to apply to the Milling; Recorder for   a   Certificate   of   Improvements,   for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim  And Fuuth'eu Take notice that,action under Section  87 must be commenced  before  the issuance ef.such Certificate of  Improvements. .  Dated at Atlin. I?. C, this I7th  day oi J illy,  1902. W. Poi.i.aiiii Uhant.  .   Atlin,   $u&ge&  and. GSrape t Rings.  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.-  gSS" ' Whv send out when you can get'goods as cheap here?  Watches From $B-up.   Fine Line of Sonvonir Spocnc.  JULES EtiGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  GOVERNMENT AGENT'S OFF1CF,  Atlin, H. (J. Sopteiubcr 9th. 1902,  KJOTICI5 is hereby fjiven that all ��ocu1f  ^ and chattels belonging: to the estate of  the lute "Bill" Joyce, deceased, are in the  custody of the Provincial Police and any  person or persons appropriating or interfering with any of the -nine wili do mi at  their peril.  All per.-om- indebted to ��.ai,l cstati- v. ill  please remit fortliwitli to the umlersisiiecl  and any persons haviusr claims, against the  said estate will please -send ccrtiiicd ao-  ciiuiits of Minn- to the iind'jrsiifiiod on or before the ilutli.. day of .September, next.  J. A. Kraser,  Government A^ent.  ATLIN LAKE, BliNNETT LAKE AND  CIIILKAT MINING DIVISIONS OK  CASSIAIt DISTRICT:  TVIOTICE is hereby Riven that all placer  iN mining claims legally hold in the Atlin  Lake, Bennett Lake and Chilkat .Mining Divisions of Cassiar District are laid over from  the lifteonth day of September, A. I). 1!W2, to  the second day of July, A. D. 11)03.  J. A. KlCAHlUI,  Gold Commissioner.  Gold Commissioner's Office'  Atlin, B.C. Septeniber.lst. 1IKI2.:  ROCK OF AGES Mineral Claim, Situate  on Pine Creek, at or near the town of  Discovery, in the Atlin Lake Mining I)ii-  trict, B.C.  "PAKE Notice that T, W. Pollard Grant,  1 Agent for P. A, Wise, F. M. C. No. H  62S84, W, G. Mitchell, V. M. C, No: II (KiOia,  and Nellie H. Runnnlls, V. M. (',.. No. li  4427, intend, Sixty days from the dato  hereof, to apply to the Mining; Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtninin:; a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And KuuTHjiii Take notice that action  under Section 87 must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. '  Dated at Atlin, B.C., tlii-, 171 li day of July,  lflfi. W. Pol.l.\IIIl Git A NT.  N(  OTICE is hereby Riven that Thirty day-  after date, I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands and W >rks for U. C. for  a Lease of the following described lands for  a Brewery Site.  All that piece of land situate, l.viusr and  being in the Atlin Mining Division iu the  Province of llritisli Columbia described as  follows,,coinmeiieing at a post planted 222  feet from the shore of Atlin Lake iidjoiuinii  the Town of Atlin and marked '"It. S. Mi-  L"o,l's N. E. corner initial post," tlieuco riin-  nimr 1.11 fact In a Westerly direction, thence  in a South liasterly direction 2Hl-r> feet more  or less to tho Lake Shore, thence Easterly  along the Lake Shore 181 feet, thence iu a  North Westerly direction 222 feet to the  point of commencement, contuiiiiiigon�� acre  more or less.  It. S. MeLcod  Atlin, IS. C.18tli. August l'.H)2.  irattd  VOK  OF  DlSCOVI'RY,  FRIDAY,    SKPTEP  Admission I  ii/nr  Alaska,   Yu ko n ' a ri d  Northern   B.C.  I'KOM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  Frank ,-Mobley,'  ATLIN, 'B.C.  Furs and Skins^dr'esscd���Birds and-  Animals slufied.  Prices can   he obtained upon application to A. C. Hir'sciikki.ij,  Specimens   on   exhibition   and   for,  sale at the Claim Office.  CPVNe   Co.  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.   GO  TO  HIRSCHFELD'S  J. D. DURIE.  MATTRESS     FACTORY.  HOU.SK   FURNISHINGS,���RGUS    CAR-  ���PKTS  AND LINOLKUM.  The   following  sailings   are  announced  for  the mouth of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or on  arrival of train:  Princkss May     ' .'       Sept.      S  - ��� ��� ������ 2S  ���   ���. ���    . ���      ..13  )> ��� ��� >l -O  ������'   .        . ��� Oct.       3  For further information, apply or  write to        I-I. B. Dunn, Agent,  .  . Skagwa\r, Alaska.  ATUN FISH MARKET  A. Bhunich, Proprietor.  THE IMPERIAL LIFE  Assurance Company of  Canada.  Unkxckli.kd   Skcukity.  Call and see an ideal   policy at  ' A. C. IIirschfei.d's  Pcllew-liarvey, Bryant & Gilman  Provincial Assayers  Ihe Vancouver Assay Oflice, Established IS90.   ���*-���   W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents.  I.artfo or'Small Samples forwarilod for Assay.  Fresh Fish Always on Hand  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  1IIMNG E1KUKLRS & COMMISSION AfiENfS.  Fira    fi.    Accident    Insurance.  Aur.N'iM   run  PliLLIiW-Il'AIiVICY   &   CO,   Assayers.  0��   LV.   BAKUF -:  1'. LINK  Prop.   ,  Now occupy their new  uuarters next  10 the HanU of H. N. A.. First Street.  Tin; bath roomsnre piitiully na sood as found  in  citio?.   Private  Kiitraiice for Indie.  Copies ot   the new   Placer Act of  1901, consoliJated with the Acts of  1898  and    1899,    for   sale   at   the-(  Claim Office. '  THE MOST'POPULAR GUN MADE  This gun is fully up to the  quality of our rifles, which for 38  years have been STANDARD.  It is made in 3 styles, and in 12,  16 and 20 gauge. Bored for Nitiio  Powder and fully guaranteed.  No. IOO . . $9.00  NO. IIO . . 12.00  No. I20   .   .    1o0J  Send stamp for large catalogue illustrating  complete lino, brimful of valuable information  lo sportsmen.  J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co.  p. 0. Box CHICOPEE FALLS, ATUN",    B.   C���    SATURDAY',' SF.PTi-M.H.r.-Ky:,, mo-.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  JK  ( biii'i-b  of Knjrluncl:  St. Ma vl ill's Church, cor. Third an'd Train-  in- si rrc-t-.. Sunday srrviecN, Matins at 11 a.  in., Kvensong 7:M p. in. (Ylr-liriition of Holy  Communion, 1st Suudfiy in eacb mouth and  on .Special iw-casious-. Sunday S<-.lm*>l, Sunday, at '.'. p. in. CommitU'c Mrs'l'mms, 1st  Thur.day in t>:v-h mouth.  Kev. V,. L. Sti'pliensoii, l��ei:��or.  St. Auilivvt'-j Pri'sliyterian Church hold  t.er\ ii-rs in the Church on Second Street.  Moi-ninr -ervice at II evening service 7:"i.l  Suudiiy School at the i-lose of the morning  . service, lli-v. 15. TiirUiugtou, .Minister. Free  K'Nidiu-i Komii, to which all are welcome.  CUT    PRICKS    at    the    Atlin  -Cheap Cash Store :  Cream, large size,  40.cents per tin.  Cream, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Milk, small "size, 20 cents per tin.,  Sugar, 10 lbs. for ��5i.00.  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from 10 to 20 percent.  Dry Goods', Cloihiug, .Boots ai'id  Shoes at half price.-���M. Poi.kv.  Mr. \V. Uockrill and wifeJclVfor  the coast this week.  I/. P. Muirhead of Spruce junction has s;till a few sets left, of Japanese photos.: The set of five on  cards three dollars,-and unmounted  two dollars.   ,  -Miss. Grant and her sister Mrs.  3>avie, from Dawson, are expected  on today's boat.  J. St. Clair Blaekeit lei'tr for the  Coast last Thursday., he proposes  bringing iu a fifty ton shipment of  groceries and is going to outfit at  the closest cash prices this fall.  Miss. Boudreau and Mr. Doyle  went to the coast lo be married, wc  wish them every happiness.  "For a good square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakerv and Restaurant.  Remember that the season is  drawing to a close. Ii you '-want  to take presents home don't vwait  till the last moment; see our 'local  jewellers, J 1:1.i-;s Kc.c,k��t- &-'-So'n,'  they make nugget souvenirs-: that  are. unexcelled.  Jimmy Regan has a yood stock  of-American Shot Gun Car! ridge*-  and Sporting Goods. ULs price.-,  are always the lowest.  Bob Jainieson has promised to  give, in native costume, a corvee-1  imitation of the celebrated Taenia-  ���uiaii buslnuau's dance, at ilu; nia*--'  queradeball to be held in the Nag'  gel Hall, on Friday the 19th. inst. .  BlackcU's winter clothing is selling rapidly, if you want real bargains py to the Iron Store. '  Miss. Haslie left this week foi  ,hcr home at Maple Creek.  There is more, solid comfort in a  cup of-Blue Kibbon Tea than in a  galton of most beverages.  J- P. Graham is in Mexico.  Fancy Stationery at. Dockrill &  Bourne's.  '"   Mrs  Dick' left   for   Seattle   last  Thursday.  A gen's specially' selected fresh  .ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  Jimmy Regan has gone to the  Ci.ast to order,new stock.'  Fresh consignment of Fancy  Groceries, at ' popular prices, al  K. L. Pillman & Co.  Furnished rooms  xo   rent���apply  'Choice Wines, Liquor's and Cigars.  Poo! and Btl  R.  B. Dixon, Proprietor.  ��� "    C..DO.ELKEE,    .-  .    ...    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  ' Nou'riiiiRN' Ho'tkl.Building,   Fikkv Stkhf.t.    ���  PRICES  ALWAYS   AS 'LOW   AS . TI-JE   LCWKST  Dv G.-STEWART,  Post Okimck-Discovery.  FOR GROCERIES AND MINERS' SUPPLIES.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  .  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY,'  Hydraulic    A/lining  &��  ^S*"  Hotel'Northern.  In connection with   my   business  1   intend; in   future,'to carry a full  stock   of Fancy    Groceries,    Club  Christie's and   Fancy Biscuits aL  Goods, Fruit and Confectionery; all  of which I will sell al  lowest  town  market prices.  D. H. McDonald.  }���:. L. Pillman & Co  J. 1) Breeze, of the Coufede'ration  Difc and father of Frank Breeze,  came in from Dawson for a short  stay.  Pipe-; and Smoker's Articles al  Dockrill & Bourne's.  Mis-; Lamerux was a visitor here  this week from White Horse.  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go lo McDonald's Grocer)'.  II. H. Fraser has gone to the  hot springs at Harrison for his  health.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  A Urn.  Certificates of ImDrovements.  Machinery.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WA-TKR    GATKS,'  ANGLK   STKED   RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC   'RIVKTFD    ITJ'IC  Pumping , &   Hoisting   Machinery.  Estimates furnished  on application  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vanco^vicr,  B. C.  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  First Annual Visit of  Dr. Grice.  GOLD, GOLD No. 2 AND SYIJNKY FUAC-  T10N Mineral Claims, situate in tlit-  Atlin Mining Division of Cas-,iar District,  one mile North West of Atlin City.  "TAKE Notice tlmt lyVilliuin llevis I'.M.C.  No, 11 -ISSS, intend BO days from date hereof lo apply tothe Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements. Tor the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the almvs  claims.  Asn l-'L'iirimu, Talio notice that action  iiiiilpr Section 37 liiict he commenced licforo  the i-snanee of such Curtilicnte of Improre-  iiiinits. William Uevis.    .  Dated thK- llth. day oT September, lfl.12.  t;0d  DENTIST.  Now at Discovery City.  All Work Guaranteed.  Prices   Reasonable.  CLEAHANCE   SALE  1  BAROAIINS    &   noticing but  Bargains   for the next 30 days   in:  English    Prints,.   (Ting-hams,    Cretonnes,!   Duckings,   Dress   Goods,   Flannels,  Bar-Towel lings. j " Silks  and   Daces.  BOOTS   &    SHOES --������ Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  Shoes is still large.  WONDER    PRICES   for   the   Balance:  Stetso ii.   Hats,     Dress  Shirts, ��� .      Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel  Shirts  Gingham   Shirts,    Under-elothing.      Heavy  Flannel   Shirts.   All at Gdsta  Best Grade of ail'Wool Blankets at Goast Wholesale Prices  We mean  Business.Call early, bring your money and we will give you   FAT    RETURNS   for it.  - Our Stock of Groceries is the largest in Atlin and Cash will secure the Best 'Value.  -:    BL AfeKETt & CO.'  : -

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