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 ���fStf  /  (,R  THE  VOL.   7-  ATLIN, B."C, SATURDAY,    SHl'TKMHKtt 6.   1902.  ������/.XO.   164.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  UP  3,000,000.  San Francisco,,  , . Portland,  Skag-way, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.    '  (5(ii.D Must Purchashm���Assay  Oi'i'icic in Connection.    .  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  THE ROYAL MOTEL,  1     ;   .'     E.'ROSSELLI.'Manager.   '"'  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious.Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  16th, 1 go 1.���liverything in it'is New.���Strictly First Class.  '     CHOICEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CICARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  ���.^yJUOLJIS .1 SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and    Retail    "Butcher  STREET,"' ATLIN,  -B; iC  FIRST  Agerits'for: -ii  ' '   .  ���:'.{'.-j.\-yl   ;,.   ,; :   jij--  TII1C STANDARD   OIL   CO.,  -'���   ' ������'    -TH-K'   CUDAHY   PACKING   CO.,  ���  -���     - _._CHASg..&ySANBORN,    (Seal Coffee).  -    v - ..-   . -   �� . ROSE ..OEvEL.ENSBiJRG, BOTTER:" "  ��� ���'.'���-Wholesale-.'',&,.-Retail.- ��� -    -  Tbe ROSS rilGGINS Co.,  We solicit your Mail Orders.        . SKAGWAY, Alaska  Pioneer BaRery and Restaurant  SPECIALTIES   IN  J      FANCY   CAKES  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  & PASTRY.;  " -"-"ChasV :KlYi";i{',"Proprielor.  Good Hooms to Kent���By.^tlie Diiy, Week or .Month at reasonable rates.  ������   '' : '���'������*   -   -      -,��� ' ���  '   '  '-   -   ;i JIMIVIY RgGAN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Men's  llulf Soles anil Slirie Nnili. ���^ Henry Uistoii & SuiiV'Smrs. Windows, Door*  Glass nnd Puttey, etc., etc.  BOORfl ���BANG���BOOM I Dynamlt.,   Caps   and   Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  ��� Cartridges.  Goods   Bought "Sold   and   Exchangqd.  THE    WHITE    -PASS & -YUKON  .     >'. <     , ,  ROUTE.    .    ;   ..  ' ��� ������� . ' ������1.  _-   ,���    ;      i  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' Atiin every Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin "every'Monday and'Thursday.  Telegraph "Service to Skagway.    Express  matter  will  be receiv  for shipment-to and from all points in Canada and the United Slates.  For information relative to .Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  -   Rates-apply- to any Agent of the Companj- or to  J.  F. Lkr, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Lipscombi-:,  Local Agent, Atlin. B. C.  ed  G. IJ. Haybh.  J. (1. (,'o!tNELr..  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT.  FIRST-C r, A SS REST AU R A NT .*  -' ��� ; in; :���' ;''  connection.  oiel  discovery; ii. c.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  ',    ty>. Sands, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  MUST   LIQUORS   &   CIGARS  Noon   Accommodation. ��� Restaurant  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor,  (iunil     St ri lil i 11 y roe Miiiips and  Move.  WHITE PASS  Review of the Situation in  Atlin. ��� J.,Francis Lee gives  Result of Annual Inspection.  A Bright Future Predicted for our  Camp, Based  on   Actual. Ob-  ,  servation of a. Practical, Cha-  ���  racter..     ,.-.,,  The result of my careful investigation in regard to present and  prospective conditions for Allin  may be briefly stated as follows:"'  ��� I find an exceptional' combination of free-milling ere' with placer  deposits, which offer to the prospector, as well as to the capitalist,  exceptionally attractive conditions.  I question whether any other mining camp in California orSouth  Africa, or elsewhere,..not even-ex-  cepting the. Klondike can compare  with Atlin, 011 the grounds stated  above,-namely the combination of  quartz and placer.   .  The common idea .that   Atliii   is  only  adapted  to���% large . companies  with ainpj�� capital ^ is._ entirely, .erroneous, ifor,the  reason-that-there  are"  numbers  of-creeks  yet  to  be  prospected as  placer    propositions  and in nearly all 'Cases' the quartz  prospects vvill be found closely  allied to the placer. ���  Atlin.is.in  fact  almost' a precise   reproduction    of  California; .it is both a  great placer  country  and a great quartz region.  .   The   ledges  which  constitute  a  successful  quartz  region  such   as  Atlin are well  defined and  possess  high values.'    Timber  for  fuel  is  ample and . close  at   hand,   water  power superb, .and to the prospector  there are in Atlin two almost certain  chances of success,   uamel)-,   good  earnings from placer, together with  quartz  close  at  hand  and    easil}-  wprked.    It would be. wise'to  suggest  that those   coming to   Atliii  study  carefully, the  treatment   of  ores;  that is  not  to   forsake    the  quartz properties too readily, but to  exercise great care in   finding but  character of the pre  aud  its  treatment; where in many cases a cyanide process would be required, in a  great many others the ore would be  found  to    be free:milling  and ' in  some cases refractory:  Tlie geographical' position of  Atlin is eminently in its favor, and  a'fact above all 'others remains to  be noted that during'the season of  1902 Atlin has suffered from -a  shortage of desirable labor. The  past hi-story of the camp has led  many to believe that it is only a  rich man's proposition; this is not  true, ancLin support of this statement I may say that there are today a great many men of compara ���  lively small means who are quietly  acquiring wealth iu the camp.  " "One of'tlie difficulties in the past  has-been the unfortunate Alien law.  which drove out a gieat many desirable and experienced mineis, who  h:id come over from California' and  other' mining regions to seek their  'fortunes'in'this, comiliy; i,ut 'now  confidence is being rapidly restored,  there'being no "obstacles whatever  iu thei'r^vay. '  'A'1.1? great reduction in 'the rates  of traiispprtation and  the .facilities  of  getting    in    and 'out,or   the  country have infused new   life into  this   remarkable .region;   there   is  now no further excuse   for  anyone  who so desires to visit' this  Northern country and take advantage.of  its great  natural   resources.     The   "  climate  is  if anything superior to  any other part of the continent and  there is an'abundance of goo'd agricultural " ground"' together with, an  unlimited supply offisl}, game and  wild fruits. ':  This coifnfry 'requires the formation of a concern ssimi'lnfro the British South African   Chartered  Co.  in  order 'to  fn'llyi:'deinp'nstrate  its  wonderful   resources   and v���ch   an  organisation' would   lie " eminently  Popular.  , There are dozens of good  properties merely  waiting 'the  as^  stance.,, of . such ��� .a--fdd-eIopmeut   "  company, and-the time is now   ripe  for some enterprising- capitalists  to' *'���  consider the formation  of a' large   '  and-competent  development' company, which'Ifeel sure would prov  a boon to the camp arid a sourceW  remuneration to the investors.     " '���  The water conditions of the entire district are exceptionally favorable, the winters are by  no' means  so severe as is generally  imagined,  hfe and property are as safe  as in  any otheY part of the .continent and  take it'all in all there is'no  reason  why Atlin should not' take-a   prominent place in   the -great  mining  camps of the world." ;   '��� ,  T desire to add that the White  Pass and Yukon Company will be  pleased to furnish any information  concerning Atlin and its possibilities to-any- and all who apply to  them.  Societe Miniere Visited by  French Capitalist. Highly  Pleased With Outlook.  - Mr. P. R. Oster o'f Paris, representing Kuropean capital, was a  visitor here last week. He is specially interested in Boulder Creek,  and-states thai" he found that the  vSociele Miniere having finished all  preliminary work have now reached the stage of production, a large  area of bedrock is exposed, and the  returns so far'are most satisfactory.  Mr. Oster finds this country  very interesting, and firing believes  that Atlin will make a name lor Itself the world over. fni  ATLIN,   H. ,C\.  SAT  SEPTEMBER 6,   190:  The Atlin Claim.  Published    every    Saturday   morning   bv  T'.ir.'ATi.is Oi.Ai.M  PuiiTiisiiisn Co.  A. (3. MnisoiiF-'i.n, Kditoii anil Pboi'KII'.tou  Olllre of piibliontiou Pearl S"., Atlin, Ii. (3.  Ailvi'vtNiiifr Rates : $1.00 per inch, each  insertion. Ki'uilintr notices, 2~t cents n line.  Special Contract Hates on application.  Tin." subscription price is $r> a yenr payable in advance. No n iper will he delivered  unless thin condition is complied with.  Saturday, Skptkmkkr 6, 1902.  We hai-e in the last few weeks  been visited by some very enthusiastic believers-in the future of  Atlin. This camp, which, from .its  inception has had, so to speak, a  black eye, is now attracting much  attention abroad and it now behoves  us to prove conclusively that we  have not stepped beyond the mark  when we assert that our placers are  as rich as those of Dawson..  This years output will we believe  exceed our most sanguine expectations, and that of next year, con-  , sideriug" the present development,  will undoubtedly astonish the world.  One operator here stated this week  that he   would   require a horse   to  bring in. his clean-up, and we have  every reason to believe the statement.  Today Atliii is one. of the best  placer camps in British Columbia,  as it is, there is not an idle man  here,, and poverty is not known.  Our only trouble this season was  actually a shortage of labor, and it  is evident that al least double the  number of men could have made  good wages. '   .  The.population of Atlin is bound  to increase in view of the permanent character.of its rich placer deposits, to say- nothing of quartz  ��� which is now becoming a prominent feature in our camp. This  will mean the development of farming and grazing lands, ��� and even  stock raising'; already several applications have been granted and  more are being made for agricultural laud; the many sheltered valleys aud open stretches of country  here are well adapted to the production of vegetables, grain aud  feed. Farming and cattle men  should look into this. matter and  secure the lands now available for  occupation.  OUR PLACER MINES.  Away Beyond Expectations.  Gold Coming in Daily. .  Individual Miners Prove Atlin to be  A  Poor   Man's Camp Some  Good Pokes and Nuggets.  There is now no possible doubt  respecting the richness of our placers, the welcome , intelligence  reaches ik daily of-good clear.-ups  and the Bank is kept busy receiving dust. Where operations'are  being actively , pushed ou Pine,  Spruce, Boulder,McKee,Cold Run,  Blue Canyon, Birch and Otter wonderful results are being obtained,  The individual miners on Pine,  Spruce, Boulder and Gold Run  have a veritable bonanza,' and" we  hear daily of big nuggets being-  found and good clean-ups made.  We cite a few items 6f interest  especially brought to our notice  from the creeks.  Certificates of Improvements.  HOLY    CROSS,   FRliNCH     AND    ALVINK  --Mineral Cluimn,   situated   in   the  Atlin  ,    Mining District, at the S\V corner of Atlin   Lnltc,   two'miles   from   Atliii Lnlte,  near Hobo Crcch. '  IVTOTICK is hereby given thut I, Noel La-  iNverdiere, F.M.C., No. H -ISM. und, as Attorney-in-fact, for Tom Laverdicro, P.M.C., No.  B 4SS4, unit Frank Luverdiere. 1\M.C., No._ 11  4832, intend BO days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining; Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And FuiiTHKli Tulle notice that action,under Section !17 must bo commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this 25th day of June, 1002. '"';     ���'-..  je2S-t)0d NOW,   I,AVKItI)IEHE.  Col. Prior intends to modify���  perhaps abolish���the two-per cent  tax' on mines. He considers the  tax unfair, it being sufficient to prohibit the treatment of all low grade  ores. Col. Prior is working in the  right'direction and has in view the  putting of the mining industry on a  more solid basis.  Carnegie   Offers   $25,000   to  Dawson for a Free Library.  If the local Government of Daw-  sou pledges itself to spend $2500  yearly for the' maintenance of a  iree library Andrew Carnegie has  offered the City a $25,000 donation.  Public sentiment favors the proposition, and the Dawson officials  will probably accept the generous  pfler. .  Boui.dkr: Tim Rayl came to  town this week with a poke weighing twenty pounds, he had'also teii  nuggets ranging from four to eleven  ounces.  Frank Dockrill's week'scleau-up  amounted  to  slightly   over   sixty'  ounces, one nugget weighed  eighteen ounces. - -.,"���' ���  . *��� J "  Reifenberick   found " a    sixtee'1'1  ounce nugget on his claim..  The Societe_ Miniere'brought in  another sack of gold on-Thursday.  Clark and Sutherland are taking  out lots of gold on Discovery,', they  also have a number of nuggets. -  s.  Spruce: C. Calkins in addition to  a good clean-up got;, a 'fourteen  ounce nugget solid gold."'"  W. Messenger; G. Matthews, 'A.  McCrimmon, J: Dick, D. McCray  and W. McNearn are .putting in a  ditch t6oo feet long, 14. feet wide,  and 15 feet deep, to, drain their property in the "flat on Upper Spruce  just below the Blue Canyon.- A  nine ounce six dwt. nugget was  taken out whilst excavating and'  enough gold to more than pay expenses; all ground worked being  above bed-rock.  1 Brown Bros, claim, through  which the ditch passes, yields $1.25  to. the pan, they are doing very  well-and have quite. a few good  sized nuggets.  Marshall Bros, near the hydraulic, are making good money,! their  ground is exceptionally rich.  Pilling and Olive are doing fairly well.  Mr.McNearn has bought out S.  J. Ryan's interest in the Golden  Eagle Creek claim for a good round  sum, it is one of the richest claims  on Spruce and yielded 170ZS. 6dwt.  for one half day's work for three  men.  Irving Bros have stripped' some  new ground on 84, they averaged  lately as high as three ounces a day  to the man.  Swausou and Hultgren have  some "big ones", they have done  and are doing welll ���'.'���'���"���  ' HUTTU," "HKI..I5NA." and "GRIvAT  PALLS" Mineral Claims, Situate at. the  South oud of Atlin l.alte iu the Atlin Dis  trict, ubout .two miles from the head of  Torey Inlet. , ' '  '"PAKE Notice that I, J. H. Brownlee. Agent  for John Caplice, R.M.C., No, B 4913, inr  tend 60 days from date hereof to apply to the  Miniiie;    Recorder   for  Certificates   of  Improvements, for   the   purpose  of obtaining'  Crown Grants of the above claims-.  .A;SI'    Fuhtiikh,    Take   notice   that   nctl<;:i  under Section SI must he commenced befort*  the issuance of suelrCertilicate of Improvements. . ,1. H..B"'owni,kk.  Dated at Atlin, this 2nd day of .Tilly, 1P.2.,  jy-5-60d     -  Notice of Dissolution.  . { .  lyfOTrOH i'i hereby Riven that tin" purl nit-  ,. ship hcrntoforc existing bet ween the  iimlct'si-rued nt Atlin, H. C, as "Cumininns '  A Richardson," has this day been dissolved.  Mr. Richardson, who continues business,  will pay all liabilities and collect all accounts. ���  I>nti>il at Atlin. ��. C, this 2-lt li'ilay of June.  Hl(i2. .- ' John Cumjiinuh,  .1: lln.r.YAni) Ricmaihimon.  IIf   VOW   WANT.  Information  ���j       * - *  CONCKRNING '      ,  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  in the Atlin District  \vriti-: TO  A. C. Hirschfeld  Real   Estate.,and' Mining'  Broker,  HEelandRoteL  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  "THE    KOOTENAI   HOTEL.  COR  George.E.. H��yes, Proprietor  FlK.ST  AND  TrAINOR   STRKETS.  �� This First Class Hotel has been remodeled and refurnished throughout '  V nnd offers the best accommodation to Transient or Permanent  A Guests.���Ajiierican and European plan.  ? Finest Wines, Liaisors and Cigars. ���  | Billiards   and   Pool.  *<>c(��o*c>*c<*c��*o^o��a��o*o��'c��*a4��o*o*<:>4M:i#o*c��*a��K'*o*c>��ctCr��*.;">  THE ��ii8AND  HOTEL :y-,  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING"  CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  t   '.  /' ;"  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  Davtl> Hastik,   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 con  nectibn with.the House.  AMERICAN   AND   EUROPEAN    PLAN.  O. 1V.."Johhbton. Manager.  l"OR;  Call arid get Prices at  r   .  m  -p.*-- -  t=~     Ve-i**v-   j;.  :-'f (1.0  .ATLIN,    B.   C.,    SATURDAY,   SKPTKMBISR   6.    ,902  We %tl��^ ���- fo' **�� cash as Groceries, Provision^ etc.  i  any House in Town.  Try   us   with   it   and   see.  1K ?raser $ Co..  (riant   Powder, on   hand. '  SEWING  GUILD.  NOTICE.  St  Martin's    Safe  Success.  Big  The Sewing Guild orSt. Martin's  Church held their lirst sale of work  on Wednesday last in the old Hospital tent. As this is tiie first attempt ol tlie kind held in Atlin a  short account douhtless ' will be of  interest to the general public'  The Church ��� Committee- have  built a hell tower and have purchased a bell, which i.*> now iu place  iiuci.it was especially ..to provide  funds lor the same that the sale of  work was held, ,  For some time past the ladies.irof  the Guild have been working, hard  making fancy work and' other useful-articles to donate to the fund..  The old hospital tent was kindly  lent  for,the  occasion  in .fact  the  "    manner  iii   which   the    people   of  Atlin aud the creeks  responded  to  those   conducting  the  sale  speaks  ���   volumes    for    the  generosity and  good will  of the 'community,  and  .    we  are  asked  to   thank  all   those  who so generously  contributed .towards the success of the sale, -both  by purchase and donation!!     .   ./.  We understand that even in far  off Vancovver , two ladies, Mrs.  A11 tie'and Mrs. Thain. interested  themselves in St. .Martin's church  and sent valuable additions to the  stock of fancy work for which ,we  'are asked to express the thanks of  the Committee.  The dainty and gentle hand of  fair woman was clearly responsable  for the beautiful display which  turned the tent into a luxurious  and charming,waiting room. The  -stalls-in evidence were; ��� A fancy  work stall presided over by Mrs.*  Woods, ' Mrs. Rourke and Mrs.  Stole. Candy.stall by Miss Miller  ai.d Miss Hastie, Tea Table by Mrs  Stephenson. Vegetable stall by Mrs  Eraser, Fish pond by Miss Pillman and Raffle by Miss Haddon.  In the evening intervals of music  where thoroughly enjoyed by all  present and to which Messrs. Hod-  donott aud Ashton lent their valuable assistance. The Raffle for a  gold nugget, tea cosey and a work  of art was won by Dr. Young a:;d  Mr. Munro.'  The Committee of St, Martin's  expressly desire lo thank all those  who, irrespective of creed, so kindly helped to make the sale a success, it only emphasizes the good  feeling which exists between the  congregations iu Atlin.  The public will doubtless be glad  to learn that the result of sale sums  up to between $240 and $260.  The 'dance in aid of the same  fund, given at the Grand Hotel,  was well attended and enjoyed by  all present. Mr. Stoel presided at  the piano in his usual good style.  I,  The Le Ko.v,' Ltd., Lin., Minim; Company,  on-ning tho Le Itov, Hon Tail, Hlack  Jack, Huttjs, Isahet^.v, Idaho, Lkgai.  Tbnukii. and Little Jok KitACTio.t  Mineral Claims, situated in Ilniny Hollow, Cliillwit Minin-j Division oT CuSbiur  ' District, li. C, ,  To HAKNAltD   HOYL  oii.Otiiki- iiih Aokni  011 Acsunth:  thu iindfi-.-,J-"ned Jos, IV; Smith, |>nrt  owner of thu nhuve-iiuiueil inineritl  claims, hcreh.v tfivo notice to the iihove-  niitncd rSiirnard Hoyl or other hi�� Ajfent or  Aifont.-., flint I do hereby'rt-qn'ofct .the uuld  llarnard lioyl or otlur iiu Auent or Auentk  to t'oiitril'iite IiIn alitt.ro of the a.iHOSMiient  work done on tho mild claims-, viz.: one  year's assessment- work, ^ from July, 18(11 to  July, 1902, amounting to'tho hum of $109.40.  Unless the said amount he paid to me on or  before tlie 7th day of September next I shall  proceed, 'under und hy virtuo of the powers  eonferreil' l>y Section 4 of the Mineral  Amendment' Aet, 1900, repealing- Section 11  of Cap. 45'of the Statutes of 1809.  Jos. W.  Sit ITH,  By Jno, P. Linus ay,  Atlin, II. C., June 7tl^ 1902.  Atlin,   Nugget  and Grape Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  |J��SP"    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here ?  Watches From $5 up.   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons.  JULES. EGGERT ��� & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  VOR  Photographs  Atty.-in-Fact,  ' Sin  Certificates of Improvements.  DISCOVEEY    Mineral  Claim,   Situate,  on  Pine ereek, at or  near the town of I)is-  eovery,   in  the  Atliii   Luke Miiiiugr "uis-  trict, R. C.  *J^AKE   Notice that I,  W.    Pollard   Grant,  , "-Agent for F. A. Wisei F. M.C., No. li  628S4, and Nellie If. Riiiiimlls, F.M.c, N���. ]*  ���4427,' intend 60 days from date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certiii-  .ciite of Improvement*, for the pui'i>ose of  obtaining: a Crown Grant of the above cluim  AND Fukthkk Take notice that uetion under Section 37 must be commenced before  the issuance ef such Certificate of Improvements. '   .  Dated at Atlin. B. C, this 17th day of July,  19P2-   -     . W. Pollard Grant.  OF  Frank Mob lev,  Taxiderm ist,  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs nnd Skins dressed���Birds  .    -    Animals stuffed.  u:d  Alaska,   Yukon  and  Northern   B.C.  FROM  Prices .can  be obtained upon application to A. C. HiR.scriFKi.D,  Specimens  on . exhibition   and  sale at the Claim Office.  for  ROCK OF AGES Mineral- Claim, Situate  on Pine Creek, at or near .the town of  Discovery, iu the Atlin Laho Mining District, B. C.  "JWKE- Notice that I, W. Pollard Grant,  Agent for F. A,- Wise, F. M. C., No. 11  62S3-I, AV, G. Mitchell, F. M. C. No. B 630IS,  and Nellie 11. Runiuills, F. M., C., No. R  4427, intend, Sixty days'.''From the date  hereof, to apply to the.Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvement* for.the purpose of .obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And ^ FiMiTHF.it Tako notice that action'  under Section 37 must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement*.  Bated at Atlin, B. C, this 17th day of July,  lfl02- W. POI.LAHI) GHAKT..  Skagway to Atlin & Dawsoa  C F>. N. Co.  ���ALASKA   ROUTE SAILINGS.  GO TO  HIRSC.HFELb'S  J.D. DURIE.  ���; MATTRESS     FACTORY.  HOl'SK   FURNISHINGS,���KGUS , CARPETS  AND LINOLEUM.  The   following sailings  are  announced  for  the month of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or on  arrival of train:  Princess May  Amur  Sept  Oct:  8'  18  2S  3  13  ,23,  ���   3  ���For further information, applyLor  write to        H. B. Dunn,-Agent,  ,.   _ Skagway, Alaska.  THE IMPERIAL LIFE  Assurance Company of  Canada.  J^OTICE is hereby Kiven that Thirty day*  after date, I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Minds and Works for H. C. for  a Lease of the following described lands for  ti Brewery Site.  All thnt piece of land situate, lyins- and  bewijf iu the Atliu Miiiintr Division iu the  Province of British Columbia described as  follows, commencing ot a post planted 222  feet from the shore of Atliu Lake adjoining  the Town of Atlin and marked "II, S. Mc-  Leod's N. IJ. corner initial po*t," thonce run-  niuR- 181 faot in a Westerly direction, thence  in a South Easterly direction 201-5 feet, more  or less to the Lake Shore, thouce Easterly,  alonjr the Lnke Shore 131 feet, thence in a  North Westerly direction 222 feet to the  point of commencement, contuiniiigone acre  mora'or less. "-  It. S.'KleLeod ,,,  Atlin, B.C. 18th. August 1902.  .���"*���������''     '  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. Bhunich, Proprietor..  ��� Fresh Fish Alwavs on Hand  Hj'draulic and Other'Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  w.  WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  Notaries Public.   '  Third Street, Atliu B. C.  Unexcelled   Security.  MIWNG BRUKtRS.& COMMISSION AGENTS.  Fir*    &    Accident   Insurance.  ' Agents  tor  PEIXEW-HARVEY   &   CO,   A-smyers.  Call and see an ideal  policy at  A. C Hirschfeld's  Pcllcw-Harvcy, Bryant & Gilman  Provincial Assayers  lh<* Vancouver Assay Office, Established 1890.  .W.  &   CO.  WALLACE   GRIME  *'" /      ,-Ag��nts.  Luixe or Slnall Samples forwarded for Assay.  O. IL  . . Discovery, B. C.  FRIDAY,'. SEPTEMBER  Admission Free.  , I9TII"  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  Projv.  F. LINK  Nov occupy their new quarters next  to the Bank of U. A. A_ First Street.  The hitth rooms are equally as trood W found  iu  citing    Private Entinnco for ladies.  ���  Copies ot the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 and 1899,  Claim Office.  A new rifle. 20-iucli barrel.  Weight 4 pounds. 0. B. caps  and .22 short B. F. Has an  AUTOMATIC SAFETY and  cannot be discharged accidentally.  Price Only $5-90  H these rifles arc not carried in stook  by your dealer, send price and we will  send it to you express prepaid.  Send stamp for c*a talop; <1 escribing complete line and containing valuable information to shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co,  P. 0. Box CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.  ��.��;;* j.'if >?!!�������;>.������]���.-.  ���Ml  'ffiil  1  I  m  ������tew  m  ���:-tr-vXT^%^Kv,^'i^V'Wr(wvr.".-; ���ATUN.; VX.'..  SATflinAY. SEPTEMBER 6,   1902  I'.  A  il  I ,  h'.  ii  K!  PICKED UP KEREa/X i.i^ci.  Cliurcli   of Kiifrliinri:  St. Murtin'K Cliurcli. cor. Third and Train-  i>r.>treet"i. .Sniidiiy services. Matins at 11 n.  in.,' JIvensoiiK' 7:30 p. in. Celebration of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in each month and  on Special occasion*;. Sunday School. Sunday nt S p. m. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in cneh month.      -  ��� Uev. V. [,. Stpphpiison, Hector.  St. "Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services iu< the Church on Second Street.  Morning scrsice ut 11 evening service 7:!1()  Sunday School nt the close of the morning  service, ltev. IS.'I'lirkiii^toii, .Minister. Free  Reading Room, to which all tiro welcome.  CUT    PRICKS    at    the    Atlin  Cheap Cash Store :  Cream', large size,  40 cents per tin'.  Cream, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Milk; sraa'.l size, 20 cents per tin.  Sugar, 10 lbs. for $1.00.  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from .10 to 20 percent.  Dry Goods, Cloihing, Boots and  Shoes a! half price.���M. Foi,ky.  Mr. J. Francis Lee, C. E-,Newton,  Harry Price, Mrs. Meloot, wife of  the agent at White Horse, Mrs. Edwards, Miss O'Keefe, Miss Berry,  Mrs. Turner, Percy Graves,.'Alex.  Draper, Mr'.' and Mrs. A. H. Mc.  Kay, of the White Pass Route, aud  Charlie McKay were all visitors to  Atliii this week.  The above crowd were a jolly lot  of whole-souled people and made  things exceedingly bright, for the  brief time they tarried with us.  We hope they may come often. .  Remember that the season - is  drawing to a! close. If you want  to take presents home don't wait  till the last lioment; see our local  jewellers, Jiii/us Eggkrt & Sox,  they make nugget souvenirs that  are unexcelled*.  There is more solid .comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon ' Tea iljhn in a  gallon of jviost leverages"?  J. T. Wilkinson.will be here to-  day, Wings is after your life, lie is  agent-for tlie"Neu"York Life Insurance Co. '',       ���'   '        1   .��� ���  For Oranges and the'very liwe'sl  butter go to-McDonald's,Grocery.  Fresh consignment of" Fancy  Groceries, at popular price's, at  E. I,. ���Pillman & Co.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  . Blue Ribljon Coffee is absolutely  pure'.���It is sold in all. the stores in  Atlin.  Ageu's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  FIRE AND SUICIDE  i  1  Spruce Junction Motel Burned  To the Ground.  Ppoprietop, W. Joyce, Drowns Himself in Pine Creek.���Body Re-  ���'. covered.=  ?:J .,' ��� \':*C    '  Boul Russell  "Choice Wines, Liquors- and Cigars.  Pool and Billiards free,  R: B. Dixon, Proprietor.  C.DOELKER,  .    .    ..' FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    .  Fish,    Game   in , season and   home    made.   Sausage.  .   ,   Northern Hotel Building, First Stkicht.--  PRICES  ALWAYS   AS   LOW ; AS   THE   LOWEST.  D.G.STEWART,  Post Oi'i'icu Discovickv,  FOR GROCERIESAND MINERS' SUPPLIES.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  , Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Spruce Junction Hotel was'totally destroyed by fire yesterday at  3 a. m. Enquiries were made and  it was feared that Mr. Joyce was  burned in the building, but a search  failed to find any trace ofhim.  Laler in the day Mr. Joyce's  body was found in Pine Creek' a  little above the old bridge.   '::  It is evidently a case of suicide:  for some time past  Mr.  Joyce- has  not been himself and about a" week  Mr.1 H. V. O.  Chatterton,  repre-^ ag-0 i,e attempted to drown himself;  it  Hydraulic   Mining  Machinery.  senting Kelly, Douglas and Co..   is  here for a few'days.  Jimmy Regan has a good stock  of American Shot Gun Cartridges  and Sporting Goods. His prices  are always the lowest.  ''Bob Jamiescn has promised to  give, in native costume, a correct  imitation of the celebrated Tasma-  nian bushman's dance, at the masquerade ball, to.be.held in the Nugget Hall, on -Friday the 19th. inst.  For a good-square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  ���Christie's and--Fancy Biscuits at  E.: L. Pillman & Co.        * 1  often he   hinted  at  suicide but  was thought he_was joking. ���  His face and hands were badly  burned, and his throat cut seriously enough to'be fatal". He probably  first set fire to the hotel, hoping to  get.burned, but suffering from heat  and crazed with pain cut his .throat  and threw himself into the creek,  The body was brought down to  the Atlin Lock-up by the finders  Messrs. Kirkland aud Rosselli.   ������  We understand that a Coroner's  inquest will be held this afternoon.  Deceased was a Mason and his  funeral will be conducted -by the  members of lhat fraternity.'.'  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES, "  ' . ���'   '  -   ANGLE   STEEL   RIFFLES    &  ,.'   . ...       -       HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE  Pumping ,&   Hoisting  Machinery.  Estimates furnished 611 application ��� v  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  . '   - ' ';. -.*���  '  '   . ���'���"���'"���    Vancouver, B. C.  A. C. Hirschfeld; Agent, Atlin, B. C  First Annual Visit of  Dr. Gi'ice.'.  .DENTIST.   ��������� -~ ;  ,. .  Now at Discovery City.  All Work Guaranteed.  Prices  Reasonable. ,  CLEARANCE   SALE  CLEARANCE   SALE  &   nothings but  Bargains   for the next 30 days   in:  English    Prints,   .Ginghams,   Cretonnes,!   Duckings,   Dress  Goods,   Flannels,  Bar-Towellings. I . *        Silks  and   Laces.  1  : -;:y* ;��� ������        ....  BOOTS   &    SHOES - .Notwithstanding our recent "heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  Shoes is still, large. ,  WONDER   'PRICES'  W^ '  Stetson    Hats,     Dress  Shirts, [Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel Shirts  Gingham   Shirts,    Under-clothing.      Heavy   Flannel  Shirts.   Ail at Gest.  Best Grade, of ail-Wool Blankets: at' Goast Wholesale Prices  We mean  Business.    Gall early, bring your money and we will give you   FAT   RETURNS   for it.'  .      .   ' .,      . i i   r ���   i i'i i "'" ' ��� i'i    i ��� i  Rentensfoer ��� Our Stock of Groceries is the largest in Atlin and Cash will, secure the Best Value.  yliLAGKErrT&CO.,:' aH '^A-a-'"  i.  ifi  yl  u  Hi  C;8  fit  '"*���!  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