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 G7\  VOL  ATLIN, B.'C., SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER,  14,   igoi.  .NO.  113.  We are going-- to reduce onr large stock of  SHOES���Ladies'&  Men's in all Grades.  i  Men's. Clothing, lindenvareand Hats  Our Stock'of DRY   GOODS   is also too largo for U10   ncods of Atlin.  We need the Cash; you need the goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement for you lo buy against the time when you  will need tlicin.  Wk  FOR    TE  NEXT 30  DAYS  Will Givic 25  psr   cent   discount  on All Goojxs  Pitkchasici) Fkom Thk Ahovk Links. ���  Our   prices   are ��� already reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and. the  result ought to satisfy' Ihe most careful buyer.  .   BLACKETT & .GO.'  .IRON   STORE,   First and  Trainor Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPfTAL    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Se./attlei'.  n   -  San Francisco.  \  *..{���'���'  ." "\T -vtlaTid,.  =. Skag-way, etc.  Exchange sold on ail P&imts.  Goi.n Dijs'p PuKCHAsun���Assay Offic;-: i.v Chnxjcction.  ���   - 1. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  E.   L.  Pillman  & Go.  President McKinley Shot By  an Anarchist,  At the Buffalo Exhibition ��� Wild  Excitement Prevailed ~ President's Condition Precarious.  ical  \t  !3 2.  ATLIN    and    DISCOVERY.  . The Vancouver 'General Store.    ���������  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   -JROSS   &   Go.  ii  fl  !$*  mr<  Sl'ICC IA I.'I'I liS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Breads etv.  C11A.S-  Mykk, Proprietor.  Good Kooins to Kent��� Uy tlm Dny, Week or Month at reasonable rates.  ifil  ������  SKAGWAY,   Alaska*  WHOLESALE   GRO    ERS  ><8>i  '&a'<&SW4  A I.K1)   IIEALKKK  IN  Hay   and   Oats  %4fe}tftf��-4  v\ e Wake a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  \'our Mail Ordors ���'Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North -America  l.s,titJiljslii.'i! in 1MI).  I'AID   Ul' Capital  RnsKKVii Fuxu   -  liKioi-poi-titr'il li.v Ko.viil Cliitrte<-.  -:���-..  -    -''"-   '$4.86(5,666  -  ���-    -    -    -    $1.703,333  Head Office iu Canada:  Moutreai.,H. -Stikkman,  General   Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  .San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoina, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  MSSA t. OFFIGE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quartz As&iyiyg at liwisonaMe Rates.      ���  Buffalo, N. Y., vSept. 6.���President McKinley was shot here this  afternoon at about 4 p.m., in the  Exposition grounds, by an anarchist, named Leon Cholgosse. The  assassin pressed in with the crowd  to shake the President's hand, and,  when almost iu touch with him,  pulled a revolver from his pocket  and fired twice. The first, shot'entered the left breast, causing 'but a  slight wound. The second entered  the abdomen above the navel.  A wild sce.e followed and the  assassin would have received but  scant consideration had not the  authorities taken him. in charge.  He is a Polish Jew anarchist hailing from Detroit, -and,.as yet very  little is known of him.  .  The President sat doyn after being shot, and stated to those about  him that he was not bably hurt,  but when his vest was opened the  trickling stream of blood told its  own story. He was.removed to the  residence ��� of President - Millburn,  -President of the Exposition. Upon  surgical examination of the wounds'  it was found that the first ball struck  the sternum and glanced off, making a slight flesh wound. The  second perforated both walls of the  stomach and- has not yet been located. Mr. McKinley remained  conscious until anesthetics were administered, and the physicians  slated that the wounds were not  necessarily fatal. Mrs.' McKinley  bears up bravely under the trying  ordeal.  j Millburn House, Buffalo, N.  ' Y.', Sept. 8.���Senator Fairbanks  has just left Millburn House and is  lull of hope. Pie says that the  physicians feel confident of the President's condition. Dr. McBurney,  after his examination, reported that  he could not find an unfavorable  symptom, and that there was no  indication ol' peritonitis. This  opinion of the famous physician  carries much weight.  Vice-President Rooseveldt arrived at the President's.-.temporary  residence at 12.45. "He "walked  over from the First Presbyterian  Church on Pine Street, where he  had attended divine service Ibis,  .morning, he was accompanied by  Mr. Auslee Wilcox,, whose.guest he  is. Representative Alexander .and  Continued on iast pag-^-  CABINET CHANGES.  Provincial    House    Appoints  New 'Ministers.  Minister of Mines MeBvide Resigns'  --- Successor Doubtful������-J. C.  Brown Provincial Secretary.  Victoria, B. C, Sept. 3.���There  "was a long and slornry cabinet session this morning at which Hon.  Mr. Dunsmuir insisted on the advent of Mr. J. C. Brown of New  Westminster into' the Cabinet.  Hon. Messrs. Eberls, McBride and  Prentice violently protested but'  without avail.  Hon. Mr. Prentice was 'offered  the portfolio of finance, and Mr.  Brown was eventually sworn in as  Provincial Secretary.  Hon. Mr. McBride has placed  his resignation as Minister of Mines  iiathe hands of the Premier. Hon.  Mr. Prentice will probably resign  also.        - - ��� '     -  It is l��elieved the Premier will  shortly retire ajid   lhat Mr. W. W.  B. Mclnnes, M.L.A., will succeed  him. The excitement here is intense as a crisis is imminent. The  whole thing is a virtual reversion  to Martinisin, the belief being that  the Premier's policy has been dictated by Mr. Martin to the Premier,  who is willing to lake Mr. Martin's  advice rather than that of his own.  ministers.  Hon. Mr.. McBride was seen this  afternoon, and said, " My resignation is iu the hands of the Lieut.-  Governor for reasons which the  public will surmise. J am packing  up my effects, and will' turn over  my department to my successor as  soon as he may he designated." ���  . As will   be   remembered,  Mr. J.  C. Brown was elected for New  Westminster as Minister of Finance  iu the short-lived Cabinet of Mr. ���  Joseph Martin, and it 'is not going  loo far Lo say that his entering the  Cabinet of Hon. Air. Dunsmuir is  regarded with extreme hostility by  a large section of what was the  Government party.  One of the first actions of the  new Provincial Secretary was to  send a telegram to Mr. Graham  ordering that the Sunrise ditch be  shut down, and that it remain so  until an engineer, to be sent in,  should make a report. Coming as  it did from this department, the  confiicliou between the Sunrise and  the Willow Creek Companies is  evidently being made a matter ol"  Government enquiry.  The effect of this "peremptory'  order has been to throw out of employment some 50 or 75 men at the  most important part of the season,  and work oh Pine creek is practically suspended. The Willow  Creek Co., fortunately, was able to  take 011 (juile a fi.-w of the men. .'"-^C^-r.vy'f^'iV-.^." ---wre&^i v-^i^t^iJ&ia^ L ."��� -r- ���'���'���".-f ���������'- .-^^--  ATLIN;  B.C.. SATURDAY,  .SEPTEMBER.' iy   root  !F  1"  ft  ���'* '  4  in  l  l\  r  Published    every    Siilnrdiiy   moi-iiiiit;   l>v  TlIK  ATI,IN  C'l.ALM    I'UIIMKKING Co.  A. (J. lliiisfiil.-1'.i.i), Kiiitoii.  I). Tojiii I,urn, Siib-KiliKii'.  Olliee ol" niililii-iilioii I'ciirl S\, Allin, U. 0.  AilviM'tihinit   Kr.tos:   !>I.'il()   per  inch,  eneli  insertIon.    Iteiulinir mil ires. 2-">   rrnts 11 lino.  Siii't'iul C011Iracl  Kates on npiilleution.  The subscription price is ��r> a.yr.r.r jmy-  ulile in advance. No ptper will he delivered  unless t his condition is complied wit h.  Satunuav, Skft. 14th,   1001.  Despatches from Buffalo, N'.Y.,  ���   under dale of the 6th   inst.   convey  the -painful   intelligence of the attempted assassination   of President  McKinley, and although the details  at the moment are fairly reassuring  in that   the  wounds   are not'necessarily   fatal,   one,   at   least   is dangerous.    Our "sympathies   are with  the relatives and with the Aineiican  people   in   their   affliction,  but we  must   hope   for   the   best and,that  President McKinley may live to see  many years of peace and prosperity  in the laud.    It   is "almost   beyond  belief to think that  in a republican  country   like   the   United   States,  where  anarchy   or   anarchists   are  supposed to have no grudge against  Messrs. Stables, M.L.A., and  ��� J. W. McFarlane  Hydraulic  strung ��� @  Machinery.  Reach Atlin After Varied Experiences ��� The Islander Wreck  Incident Renewed.  Among the arrivals by last Wednesday's boat were two well-known  Alliuites, .who during their absence  have had wonderfully varied experiences. These were Mr. James  Stables,    M.L.A.,    and   Mr. J. W.  the government or its administrators, that such a dastardly blow  should be aimed at its chief executive officer. "Insanity," ' most  likely, will be put forward as the  plea for Ihe deed, but we have no  sympathy for that form of homicidal  insanity, and we shall be glad to  record that the villain has met with  his deserts.  In another column will   be found  a   lelegiaphic despatch   from    Vic-  , toria,   B. C,   announcing- a change  in   the   administration   of the Provincial    House.       Our   policy   has  ever been lo avoid   all   matters of a  political   nature, but   as  one of the  contemplated   eh-iugcs, that of  the  Minister of Mii.es, may or may   not  materially   affect   our    welfare, we  crave the indulgence of our patrons.  In the resignation of Mr. McBride,  one fact   has   been   clearly   demonstrated, .he has had the  courage of  his   convictions.     From   Coast   advices, it would  seem   Mr.   McBride  .   believed that   in the introduction of  ' Mr. J. C. Brown   into   the Cabinet,  ��� as    Provincial     Secretary    and  Minister of Education--a  staunch  follower of Joseph   Martin was admitted   into   the   Council, whereas,'I"  ���  when    Mr. ' McBride   entered   the  Cabinet, over  a year ago,    it   was  with    the   distinct     undei standing  that   no   adherent   of   J02  Martin  should   hold   a   portfolio.     It   has  been said round town   lhat Mr. \V>.  W. B.    Mclnnes.    M.L.A., of   Na-  nainio, had succeeded  Mi. McBride  as   Minister  of   Mines,   but  at the  hour of going to   press, the rumour  has not been   confirmed,    it is sincerely lo hz   hoped   that whoever is  appointed   to that   responsible position will be a "man   'whose, policy, is  ������synonymous with the best development  of the  immense  mineral.resources   of   the    Province,  and one  who will   have   no "axe to grind "  or " hangers-on "��� to  support; thai  the   administration  of   affairs   under his charge will  be so conducted  with the view ot  accomplishing the  ���greatest     good    lo    the    greatest  number,  McFarlane,   Assl.-Census  Commissioner.  Mr. Stables, after being relieved  from his duties in the Local House,  left for a trip lo his old home,  Crofts o' Clova, Aberdeenshire,  Scotland. Mr. Stables' primary  object in going home was to visit  his father and brother, the latter of  whom had' been, sick for the last  two years. Mr. Stables, during his  sojourn in the land of his nativity,  noted many changes from the associations of his youth. The city of  Aberdeen has increased its population by one half since he left home;  electric cars have been introduced,  and its architectural growth has  been very considerable.  During his stay in the Old Country, Mr. Stables visited the Glasgow Exhibition. Mr. Fielding,'  Dom. Finance Minister and Mr.  Blair, Minister of Railways, were  there at the time. The exhibit,put  up by Canada is seconi to none,  and .-the comments ��� he heard expressed were the most flattering.  British Columbia had a splendid  mineral exhibit,' including a very  creditable showing from this section. .'Much credit is due, Mr.  Stables says, to Mr. A'. K. Stuart,  of Greenwood, for the masterly arrangement of the Provincial exhibit  placed iu his charge.  Mr.. Stables left Vancouver in  May last, and visited all the important Canadian cities en route.  He was nou-commital on the  ministerial changes in the Provincial  House, though he hopes it will result in nothing detrimental to this  part of the Province.  Mr. McFarlane was warmly welcomed by his many friends on his  irrival iu town. Mr. McParlane's  ecent experience in the sinking of  the Islander is still fresh 011 our  minds, and his return adds a new  interest to that frightful calamity.  McFarlane, very naturally, has no  \vish to risk such an experience a  second time. He pays a great tribute to the hospitality of the people  of Juneau for the kindness and assistance rendered, tlip ill-fated passengers and crew.  Mr. McFarlane returns to Atlin  lo make arrangements for taking the  census over again, ovving to all the  records of his previous work having  gone down with the Islander. The  work will, be put in hand at once,  and, if possible, completed before  winter sets in. ft is his intention,  if arrangements can be made, lo  employ the same assistants as were  previously ..employed on the wcrk.  These were:  Atlin,    and     to     the   TIalf-wav  Mining, Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal  Sand,  Gravel &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From"3 to to tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of  i   to  2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,   AVATER    GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL    RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua, Hendy Machine Works.  Nos.  3S to 44 Frkmont Stkkkt,  ... ' SAN   ,FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, 'Atlin, B. C.  ���o*CKi*o*o.*o*o*a*ft*o*o*o*C(*��D*c��:(*o*o��o*C'.*o*o*):(*o*o*o��*  c>  o  o  T  HE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL.  $  George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Trainor Strkicts.  0 This  Firsit Cltuss Hotel   has'Iiocn'  remodeled unci refurnished throughout  g and oll'ers the host acemninodiitioii .to  Transient or Permanent.  <f Guests.��� American and Kiii-opcnii Plan.  ����� Finest' Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  '4 Billiards    and    Pool. '  '<&V:i*o*o*o.*o>o*o��a*.a*.o.*o:!^^  Trie qran.d." hotel  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL' IN-THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED  IN   FIRST-CLASS 'MANNER.  French/Restaurant in Connection  /-  ./'  T.  >p}y  K\cic & Hastl.   PkopjJViktors;    David Hastik,  Manager.  Corner.ur:. ."rst aiid 'Discovery Streets.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  .  Miners'  --Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  <*JW,  Phis  New  :6th,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  and   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo the  Public.  April  ;yoi.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICCST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  >���- Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods "<-���.  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  ���BROWN'S    4   -CROWN    SCOTCH    .WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN. RYE  "��� A. B. C. BOP1EMIAN    St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET    &.   CHANDON    CHAM PACINI?.    DRY    IMPERIAL.  I  iji'J  '5  it  f  1  $  1  i  11  sascSs.:  .l^pfy^y  rc-Arfer  Sv^a*"^^  *"--MOi'WI��.W.. ���/ ��H(~ *���������*��� J ,�� -*-.i T . J  ^..i-mn^i-^-^v*������i.'~j -������ .  a  ATLIN,   B, C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER,  14,  :9ot.  HfOS"     niCAI.HRS   TN  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods m the Market.  'House, including the lake shore,  north to Jubilee mountain, south  to Pike river: George Polly.  Half-way House to - Discovery  and creeks east,and south: Harry  Brown.-  '  Bennett    Lake   and   , Porcupine:  Robert Patrick.  -  Tcslin and Dease Lake: George  Cooles.  Mr.   iVIcFarlane   is   not a bit I lie  worse  for    his   experiences and   is  'glad to be back in Atlin.     He fully  realizes'  that   it   is   an ill wind thaL  blows nobody good.  SSroceries, ruits, Flour, Feed  and Provisions*  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Try   our Teas and Coffees. '  White Pass Ry. Dividends.  The   fourth     ordinary     general  meeting- of the W. P. & Y. Ry: Co.  was held in London on the9th ulto.  The amount available   for profits is  .��344.373 2s.' iod.    Out of this profit an   interim   cash    dividend of 5  per cent was   paid   011, March 22nd  last.    The   Directors   now   propose  to make a bonus distribution to the  -shareholders   of  25   p;r cent upon  the     issued     stock     of the  company,      making       a - ' total   ���  for  the   year   of   30   per    cent.    .   It  is explained, in   the Chairman's report, that   this 30 per cent dividend  is not to be   taken    as   for the year  but as the profits resulting from the  operation of   the   enterprise    from  the   start   three    years,- 'ago     up  to " June   30th  'last;'--J'ii - ' is, "in  fact,  to   be   taken   as a dividend at  the rate of ro   per cent   per  annum  from the inception of the company.  A    motion    was  put and carried,  That   a  dividend   of   ��1 10s.    per  share be, and   tlie  same  is   hereby  have-been must be peculiarly tormenting and humiliating lo that  country's intelligent and ambitious  citizens. If" Canada had accepted  the invitation ol the. 'thirteen  .colonies in 1776 to join with them  in rebellion against England she  would today have a population of  20,000,000 or 25,000,000 instead oi  5,000.000.' Montreal would be as  large as Chicago, Toronto would be  another Philadelphia,���Tine Daily  Alaskan.  Notice.  I,  "KiiNKItji; "   .Mineral   Unim,  sitiiiili.il  about  2'a iniiiii Troni Indiau Creels   in u  nortli-  wiMerly direction.  To    I).    DAItDK.V   oil   oTHKlt' Ills AdUNT on  A (IK .NTH :  the imdei'Mtrneil, Itolx-rl   \Y. (iililin, part  owner ol'.Hic nliove mineral claim, here-  li.vuive notice to the aliove-nninecl I). Darden  or other his A^enr or Agents tliat I, having  imrclm-icd   the   inlerest   of   Alexander   .\lc-  Uoiiuld   in   the   nliove   claim,  do hereli.v re-  diiest the" said  f),   harden   to- eoiitrilinte Iii*  1 sliiti-o  of  the   iiNsfhiiiieiit   work   done on the  said claiin, viz.: two year.-.' asscNNine-it worl;  from the ait-li iIh.v of July. I��lil, ainniiiitiiin- to  the sum   of $l(li!..'il)l    Unless the siiiii ainotmt  lie  paid   t<i  me on  or liel'orp the' Kit h day of  Xovomlier next I shall iiroeeed, under and hy  virtue of the powers- conferred hy  Seetion   1  of the .Mini-ml   .Vineiidnient Act, Ifliill, i-epeal-  Insf   Section    II  'of  (;,iji. J.-> of tli(. Statutes ol'  l*l��. ItlJHEHT   \V. GtHHS.  Atlin, II. <"!., Au^riKt IVtli, 1111.1. :im  Biilmer & Parrott,  . Livery Stables.  Saddle.  Horses,    Buggies,    I<oad  Carts,  Pack Horses for Hire.  F.&YAL   MAIL  Stages   Leave   Atlin    for   Discovery  Daily from the Royal Hotel. ��� .  Notice.  NOTICE.  ' The Mineral Exhibit.  The Mineral Exhibit for the Victoria Exhibition will !>e on view at  the Claim Office until the 14th  inst. All parties wishing to add  to the collection are requested to  forward samples to this office and  it has been arranged that all  samples will be forwarded from Discovery and Surprise free of charge.-  Since the last report, the following sums and nuggets have been  received   towards  the nugget chain  . 00 I ��c-.s.sinem   wont   Il-om    J J Til    A  to De     presented     to   the Duchess OH September,  101)0,   respectively, amounting to  "���'���������-- ' the sum ot $->M.   Unless the said amount lie  paid to me on or before the 23ril day of November next 1 shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred hy Section I  of the mineral Amendment Act, lil(K), repealing Section II of Cap. .15 of the Statutes of  1S!W- P.MiticK Donovan.  Atlin, B.C., August24th, Will. Au2-l-:tin  JyTOTICi; is   hereby  liuliy   Hydraulic  Anna JIahkl" and' -'ViCToitia " Mineral  Claims, situate about :!!.., miles north of  Atlin.  To   J. S.  FEltGrUSON  on othkh   m.s Agkxt  ou Agents :  J the liurieraigiieil, Patrick Donovan, part.  * owner of, the above mineral claims-,  hereby siva notice to the above named J. S.  Ferguson or other his .-'{rent or, Agents, that  r do hereby reciiiest the -said J.S. Perjrusun  to contribute bis share ot assessment- work  done on the said claims, viz,: one year's assessment work from   Utli   Au-rust  and  8th  iven that tlie Atlin-  Aliuiiifr Company, of  New Jersey, will in no way be responsible for  any debts or liabilities'ineiirred by Paul W,  Law, in their name or otherwise, and that  the saiil Paul W. Law has no authority to  ,l0t fo.'ylie Company iu any way whatever.  -   ' J. H. Plemink,  Director.  Atlin, H. (J., Auk. 1!>, lflfil, Ai.24-l.ii  York   at   the   forthcoming  ilion:  ' A. A. Johnston  G. E.'Hayes    .  - H. E. Symons  A. C  Exhib-  $2.00  2.00  Nugget.  Hirsciifei/d,  Secy.-Treas.  NOTICE.  "Rock of Aokk"   .Mineral   Claim,  situated  at Discovery Cain;). Pine Creek.  To J. H. .Uai.i-yalki; oh otiieh his Aoent oh  Akbnts :  J   the iiiidersi-ued,   W.   G.   .Mitchell,     part  '   owner of the ala.ve mineral claim, here-  <leclareri, and that such dividend lie   ,,-vf.'lv',"��*'��e totiu- above-named j. n. jini-  salisfied bv the distribution amon��si   !"Ie,V "r',tl,er'"]- A"L'"t ��'' Atcoi.ts.tii.it I do  - lOUCIO.I amongst    hereby re(|���o>t the said J. H. Mullalei. to con-  the member.-; as   nearlv   as mav be  tI-1,"lfc h>* ^nu-v of the nssessmeat work  in   proportion    lo   their   respective  ,,,,,,PO"the s"il1 C,II'��- viz-: *���� years-as-  ,     ..' ... ��� n-sl'eCU\e   sfossiiiuiit   work  and   survey, from   .Mnv��n<7  holdings   of   htllv paid-up shares in j isn9-tll,,0,1!ltil1- r" the sum of s2.-,:i.   Unless  thec-apital     of    the    COmna-V to I.J lt|ie!",,,l,"����"1   >><��� Paid  to ,noon or before  .        , r compa.-j   lo De   the ,th day of December next I shall proceed  treated as of par value.  Great   expectations  are held out  lo the shareholders as to the pro  liable outcome -of the quartz development of the districts tributary to  the railroad.  ATLIN,   HENNETT   AND   CHIJ.KAT    JJTN-  fXG   DIVISIONS   OF   C.iSSUR  'wrsTRtcT.  "^JOTICK is hereby ^iven that a Court of  llevision and Appeal, under the provisions of the - Assessment Act." will be held at  office of the Government Asent. at. the Town  of Atlin, in the Atlin .Mining Division, on  Kriday. tho tweut.-i-seventh day of September, A. J).. I!l,i], at the liourol ten o'clock iu  i the forenoon, for the purpose of licariii-r all  coiii|)Iiiiuts against the iis.se.ssment. for   the   _���.     ypar 11)1.2. as mad ��   ��>j-   the   Assessor   of the  under and ly virtue of the powers- conferred I ���Vtli"1 K,,��"��t and Chilkat Jliiiiii"- Divisions,  by Section I of the MineiMl Amendment Act, | "'ed at Atlin. B. C. this eleventh <kn'.- of  19(1!), repealin-  Section   II   of  Cap. 4:, of the  Statute, of ISna U'. G. Mn-ciiKi.r..    j -I.D. Gkaiiaji.  Atlin, li. CSeut. Ttli. liliil. ...,.���:-���!...     I AsaesNor anil C'olleetoi  BROWNLEE & L9WRY  .1. H. Brownlee, P. 1.. S., D. 1. S. '  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. r. r..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pkarj. Stkkkt,  Ati.in, 13. C.  THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER.  Joe Palmer,  Rc|!<iN-inij ana Soling Rubber   tfoots  A Specialty.  TZ" IRK LAND HOTEL,  first stkkkt, ati.in.  J.  KXKKT.AND, - Managkh.  First-class dining room  And Klegant Slee|iing Rooms.  A. Brunich, Proprietor.  Opixj.site the Ko.v.-ni Hotel, I'irst St.  Fresh Fish always on hand.  Hydraulic   acid   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rales.  so-7-Hm  'acific Coast S.S. Co69j?  Pi.>necr Altiskis Lino,  CH.KS  ICCOi-KTiS: SOX.  Swiss   Watch.makkks,  And   iiiauiiliiiTiiriiii- jewellers.  -VOTAlii:  PI: I W.I CI.  OKKJCU:���i'eat-4 Straet, ��jj|>. |\,s| Oflice.  All ffinds   of tWcsIng Papers  fifarfe   Gut.  -Seeeral  years'   practicat experience.   -All   Amerf~fln    Orfrim   nf 4-U^\ A'"'   '""Ubin-iirin" jewellers.  rTnl^       r the Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable      **"����*?r^���***~��<*��*u   U  Canadian   LenSWS. . ���vnauic.j nearness-iin.|ilw|���,teli. I                                                                             and    LuXUrioUS.                           S        '"t  !>t-   "NT   '" Vt"->'i'ver(;e,���.ni: Store!  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Rne City, B. C.  Has the Best Fqnipped Bar.  fo K  Canada's population in 1901, as  seen by the published .returns, is  5,300,000. This is only a trivi-.il  increase in the past.ten years. The  .gain between [S71 and 1SS1 was  ty per cent.    It was   ir.7 per  cent  hei ween   :SSi   .iikI   1891.     It   was    ,  -.-,-. v -   only 9.7 percent hetween .Syi -and   C9Tl0'U'K C,'n  .jo..  r���: g���,,,, ���r ..��unii��.CIR^^k,-  Mates   111   the   past  ten years, on a   CITY OF SlvATTl F  much larger basis to start with, has! ���   been   appicxiinatoly   21    per   cent.1     Sailing-   dates   even-  To .-the population of Cauadii an addition 01" 500,000 , was made in Hie  past'leu years.    To the   population  of the   United   Stales  there was'an. ;  increase ol'13.000,000  in.   the same J  time.     Manifeslly, the gap between]  the I'nited  Slsttes   ai.rf    Canada  is  rapidly   broadeniiig-   instead ol (r:u-  ran ing. ,        .  Iu C'.'iiud;/.s ci.se the wliat-iiii��t,i-  Gourtaous   TreaCnvassf, \  Sgslendid  {Weals.^KH' ^'"-Uiiii'lH- I->rol  e McIV/u.uld   Ki-.teifainment   Hall in Connection.  A.  li. MfOoNAi.D, I'roi).  Seattle & Puget Sound Ports  THE - ELEGANT   'STEAMSHIPS  J-eave Skagwav  ALKI, ("or .Sound Torts    Sent   7H1  <Sth.  ,, !Oth.  ,,    13th.  . -fifth day  Ihereafter. Above Sciifdule s��l��-  jet:t to change withoiii notice.     \  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  . Sliauwa.v. A lush n.  Thermal.���-Vapour  Cigars.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors and  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  E. S.  WILKINSON.  SURVEYOR.  P.L.S.  Third i*re��. <i|)|i. Uover.imiMH IliiaJdiiijr  W. W.\i.\.,u:k Giujik, A^'ent.  W.   WALLACE GRIME  &  Co.,  Troy laundry S.BaJth'.flouse.i   ��m��������M*&c0missm  Thin] SJreet, AlJjjj B. C.  l.uJtr St.. I,  Hunt.auil VViitxon Avi>.  ACtNTS.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  "  MKST   UQUOKS   *   CIGAKS  iuott    *��X)��Mol)ATtl).\.    - KKSTAUtlANT   I!  OONSKCTK.-S.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Ciimd Stnlilin^- lor Hoi^bs and Do.-s.  ���Muirhead/-"-Bros.,  -Landscape   Photographers-  Have a Free Exhibition ;it  The Junction.  ���J.)or:j.-.'ijj.j-w ,<- llorusK. Agents. i^^-"^'-^^  j^aais  ��.:iffi<4'��BS(S*6��Aai��,/��!tt^��6��jui  |l  II    -  I'J  f ���  91  I  1  S%Rs?saffisss  ��-i��M^fixr'\^_i'    "��� ' ��� -       j  i  lie  Pioneer  ��� ATJLItf, BXY, SATURDAY, SEPTF.MMU*. 'iy   1901  btore.   -  imm: city. U. c.  CAURIK.S  A  FULL   LINK  OK  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  G.  O.   NEWTON  &  GO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Cliui'cli of Ivup-IaiKl:  St. Mill-tin's Cliurcli, cor. Third and Truiu-  or-.lriM.Ms. Sunday M'i:viri's. Matins at II a.  in., Kvuiis(iii<; 7:110 |). in. C'rli'luaiioi; of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in oucli month unit  'on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sun-  duy at li 11. in. Ooiimiittpes .Mcptiiifis, 1st  Tliursday in each month.  Kev. K. L. Stijpliens-on. Rputoi-.  St. Andrew's I'rcsliytrritiii Cliurcli hold  services in the Cliuri-ii on. Second StroiM.  Mor.iinn' service at 11 evening- service 7:'.10  Sunday School all ho close of tho morning  scrviee.     Rev. .1. I'lintilc, Minister.  To Whom it May Conckkn :  Know all men by these presents,  that We, Tim Avi.m Claim I'un-  USUino Co., have now on hand a  .full and coinpiele stock of Commercial Stationery and that wc are  prepared to execute all orders with  neatness and despatch.  Mr. Mci'ecly is still confined to  the hospital.  Blue Ribbon Co flee is absolutely  purei- -It is sold in all the stores iii  Atlin.  The lecture by Mrs. Hitchcock,  last night, on Korea, was 'particularly interesting and instructive and  was^' highly appreciated by tlie  audience. The proceeds were for  the benefit of the Atlin Exhibit at  Victoria.  To those with a "sweet tooth :"  We have just received a stock of  the finest Fresh candies, chocolates,  et,o.    V-. i^ Tillman & Co.    ..    ' . y  Miss McNeill is .paying Atlin a  brief visit; she is on hei way home  from Dawson,  Owing lo Mr. Hirschfeld's contemplated departure for the winter,  on Sept. sotli ne:ct, he will make a  clearance  sale of his immense stock  With Deadly Intent.  Continued from first page.  Judge Iruight entered immediately  after the Vice-President. Senators  Kail-banks and Hatiu'a arrived before noon. All weie overjoyed  when the good news came down  from the sick-room. I,o\vcr temperature, and the decreased pulse  was particularly gratifying and induces the hope that the crisis would  be salcly passed. . ''..__  The following bulletin was issued  by the physicians at 4 p.m.:  "The'President has slept quietly  for .-j hours; his condition is satisfactory to all physicians present."  Cummings & Richardson,  . LADIES  &  GENTS   FURNISHINGS  The Largest  Stock  and. Lowest Prices in the  Camp.  '��� Boots and Shoes.  STOCK   OF  '"GOLD   SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles in Hats.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS.  Atlin   and    Discovery,    B. C,   and   White   Horse,   Yukon.  ��� Turner Beeto'n--& Co.    ���  WHOLESALE,.   DRY'   GOODS,     LIQUORS     AND     CIGARS.  <-- . ^ Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods "^     *-..  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Discovery's Concert.  of photos. As there is no better  selection in the country all parlies  desiring excellent vk-ws of Ihe district should not fail V> cad and  make their selection. Wo reason-  aide offer refused.  Furnished rooms m reui~--:ipply  Hotel Northern.  William Conroy was brought up  from McKee creek lasr night, suffering from kifiamination of the  bowels, He is resting easily at the  hospital today,  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer for K. L. Pillman  & Co.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  5x7 Pretno camera for sale at  Hirschfeld's.  I'. J. Sammo'-.s leaves for Dawson  next week iu charge of McFeely &  Co.'-; scow.  Copfes ol the new Placer Act of  rcyn, cou-ioli'ialed with the Acts of  '1898 and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office, . -  There is moie solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon 'Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages. ���:/��� ���  The concert held in the Discovery  Presbyterian Church , last Thursday evening for the purpose'of bidding farewell to Rev. J. Pringle,  proved a great success. In spite of  the disagreeable weather a large  number of Atlinites went up. Mr.  Bracket!, occupied" Ihe chair, and  iu his opening remarks referred lo  the good work done by Mr. Pringle  in the district; he felt sure Mr.  Pringle would carry with him the  good wishes of everyone iu the  camp, and what would be our loss  would be gain Tor his new field of  labor. Mr. Pringle feelingly replied. The following programme  was thoroughly appreciated by the  larg-e audience:  1. Piano Soi.o, Mr. Stoel. 2.  RicciTATiON, Master H. Stubble-  field. 3. Vioi.ix Soi.o, Mr. Ch'as.  Bourne. 4. Song, Mr. Cancellor.  5. Son-c, "The Holy City," Mrs.  R. Bc-rens. , 6. D:>T, '��� Night  Dreams O'er. i'V.i-..-.-.-������!;. ' .\ii.-s!  Hug"heK and 'M;. i,nin>deu. 7.  Song, Mr. Summons. S. Farce,  "A Pair of Lunatics," Capl. Fielding, Mr. P. Berens; Miss Clara  Al aimers, Mrs. R. Berens. 9.  Song, " The Song That Reached  My Heart," Mr. Luinsden. 10. Recitation, "Irish Fire Brigade."  r. Berens. 11. So.vc, " Kathleen Mavourneen,"' Miss Hughes.  12. Duet, "What are the Wild  Waves Saying," Mrs. Berens and  .Mr. Shirley, 13. Recitation,  ���'.The Careen Mountain -Justice,"  Mrs. Wostell. . 14. Coon Song,  "' Lulir" 'Mrs. R. Berens. 15. Song  "The Mule," -Mr. Shirlev.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S  4    CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CICLKBRATKI), CANADIAN    RYK  A.  B.  C.  BOHEMIAN    St.     LOUIS    BICKR  MOKT    &    CHAN DON    CHAM PAG NIC,    'DRY    IMPERIAL.  P.   BURNS' & CO.,  . Dressed Meats and Fish.  ATLIN   AND   DISCOVERY.  VENDOM-E   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE ��� BOWLING ALLEY.  Hydraulic Giants $c Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We manufacture a full HiifMif all supplies req";rcil for . ���  Hydraulic   Mining,,  1V(> liave now in our shops orders for 1000 feet of Pipe: also Water Gates, Hydraulic  Giants, etc. Pel-Imps you uuiy need something, immediately from the following lines,  which v��e can ship at once from .stock:  ENGINES KAN'S ORE CARS GltlKZLlKS  ItOILIilCS HLOWERS ORIS BUCKETS BELTING  PUMPS BLOWERS VALVES ENGINEERS' FITTINGS,  KTC.  The Vancouver Engineering Works  blti-ksbohs ro ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICli   AND   WORKS,   VANCOUVER.    H. C.  THE   GOL  OUSE.  DISCOVERY,    B. C,  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    KUROPKAN     PLAN.  .1. I.KATiii'.iiUAr.K, Proprietor.  T^K-s-/->n   Rfnp ' Fine, new Four-Horse Ssratogo leaves tliis Hotel at:  i^ixon orob. M (i_I11_> 1K .MnMu lind., ^..lo,.]^,,. a,ij.,.  To Whom It'May Concern;  JOHX GOYTHIA !���; requested  tocommunicate with His family  about land in Albia, which can be  fiold at once ayd to wive his address.  Bkfflj,  Lis&SSSSEa  i'om


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