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 ffcOni  $  Ls  a  4. ��� wn  -VOL.   7.  .A'lVLIN, B. C, SATURDAY. SHPTKMBFR   20. 1902.  -NO.  166.  f  The Canadian Bankf ol' Commerce.  *   ,,    t    ���    1    1  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    SS.ouo.i-on.  f.ii'l1." ur the Bank at'Seattle,       .  - ��, ;/   <"   v "San-Francisco,  ' Portland,  '    , S:cayway, etc.  ExcEsango sold on all Poizsis.  (loii) Duyr Pi.koiiasi n���A.ssa\  On ici: in- Connection.,  '/ J. S.  MUNUO, Maiiagei.  THE 'ROTAt. HOTEL,  " H .     <'   - * 7  ��' '      /'��� " s,'   7,'* ������������-'%��--        ' , r    /  /'     "' -e,    '"    , E." ROSSELLi;   Proprietor.  Corner Peai-l-ancUFirst Streets, , Atlin, B.*C. r    <-\  FIH3T   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN CONNECTION.  s  +&+- ��� *       . -  ���    CHO CtSf ttlNi.5. TIQl'OttS AND lib IRS���Ubl  009US A SI'LUALIY.  Wholesale -and    .Retail'\ Butcher  first' street/ atlin,  b.  c. r ,  Agents,for:- v '       .V '       -  - THFJ   STANDARD" OIL'" CO'/   *' " "  '     *  '   v. THIv, bt:ir\HY   PACKING   CO ,.   ^   , ..  * -   ;   CHASI-^&' dANBORr>Tr" <Seal L\hTie>.''  *  * "       "' RbrtKy'OF   KLKN'SBURC'-KUTTEir.. "   : ���"  W li o I esaLe -. * & - ''Retail f- > f k  k fs'c  ISIfoo- liitlWl  ���\ e solicit vour Mail Orders. " "- . >  '��<  SKAGWAY,  Alaska  Vi-i  ^���onw  a<  iaiery  *3!*'  SPKCIAI.TIKS   INFANCY ��� CAKES    &    PASTRY.    . ,  ���rs&h Svoad, RyeJ3rcad, etc. -       --���   -���  Chas.  Myick, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to It<jn�� ��� 15y the r>,i>, Week or Month aUroasonulile l'utos.  &&%$/ -<::;& ?i&&i?y Hardware,  Winilon\, Dooi-,,  Mci s  lixf   ���> >i  s uml slioo \ml��     ���Hrui}   Hl-,lon A So'i'n --iws  Gins* and Pintrj, etc , etc  ROOM ��� SANG��� DOOM ! Dynamite,   Cans   end   Rise.  iVU r.nie ol Winchester ���Black & Smokeless- -id lie & Shotgun-'  Cartridges. s        t < , -'   v - ,  ,  -  Goods   Bsught   Sold   <nd   Lxchangqil  THE    WHITE    PAvSS  ROUTE.  ct  YUKON-  Passenger and Express Seivicc,   Daily  (except.  Sunday),  betuee ���  Skagway. Log Cabin. BeimeU, Caribou,"White Horse and Intermedial'::  noi'its, making close connections with our o\ui jtciineib ;it White Hor'-e  foi r.'wsoii-aiid Yukon points, and  atCaiiboufoi   Atlin e\ciy Tuesday  ��� 0J>";id i\ ;  Returning, leave Atlin every Mondaj and Tiunsdaj   >\  rr i'i;"'i ''^'i vioc lu Sk.sj/.uay.    lixpie.--s  matter  will   lie received  i   :>a\ fic.ii! all poims in Canada and the United Hi sites  '��� ,   '���iii>...i ti'i relative lo l'.i'-M'i.gcj, Fieight, Ttlej'iaph <>r I"x|>rcss  ivati-5 apnl> loam Agent of the Conipju:> oi lo  J.  V.  Lki:, Twiflic Manager, Skagway.  f.   '..iL'oOu.mhk,  Local Agdit, Atlin. U. C.  ml Rti$$e>:  Choice Wines, Liqii.'ors and Cigars.  R   li   l)i>tos, Propiietoi.  DREPGE.  Tiic Race Horse znd  Feather  ���i  * Group to be Dredged.  British American Di edging Co. will  A ,     -     -  y,      Install Large Plant  on Their  i '    , '���  Tine Creek Property.  , Mi.O.'TSwitzei.'Oeu'eral Manager of the Htitish American Dredging Co. accompanied by Mr." William J. Robinson, member of the  Banking and Bond House of Messis.  Benj. C. Wainick and Co., of Philadelphia, Pa, ha\ cairhed iu Al-  ^in, and aie peifecting their'plans  foi the installalion of a large dredge  pn the Race Horse and Feathei  Group of hjdrauhc leases ou Pine  HCicek. ��� '"  J~~ Mi. vSwltzei deceives great credit  foi the'ma^terly way ^ in which he  has handled this- pioperty fiom-'"his  eailiest coiuieciion" with it; and  theie is piobablj' -no pioperty in  tlie entire district in which jo'maiiy  mdiCiduals in camp are inteifisted.  The Pu-e Creek Tunnel Sjndi-  cate has a membership oi about 70  local subsciibers, represented h)  'MJf.'J. II.' Ifrownlee ab Tius'ieer" "-  , The Biilish Ameiicati'.Dredging  Co. is a Corporation with a capital  of $2 000.000 and is officered by  some of the most prominent men in  business, financial aud professional  ciicles in the east.  The Company has placel a contract for the installation of a large  di edge, lo be placed on the pi opert} .  This diedge" will lie opeialed by  an electric power plant geneiating  about 500 horse power: this plant  may be used to furnish electric light  for Atlin and -Discovery, ~pml some  of the camps that are diifting.  Theengiueei of the Buc_\ rus Company of South Milwaukee is expected in Atlin next week, in order to  Jpok over lhepo>\ei facilities of Pine  Cieek. The gold dredge is the  newest and most effectne invention  in placer mining, and is being operated very succesfully iu California iu giound which only j ields  fi om 10 to 40 cents a j ard, the cost  of operation being only 3 cents per  yard. This machine is intended to  work not only in lakes and rivers,  "but wherever gold is found in placet foiniation. It consists" of an  endless chain of buckets, 'sixty-four  in number, each bucket weighing a  ton. These buckets revolving, dig  up against tlie bank in which the  gold is found, load and dump into  a hopper al the late'of eighteen per  minute. This hopper feeds a levol-  ving screen twenty-five feet long  by eight feet in diameter, filled  with perforations. A stream of  water, 3.000 gallons per minute, is  forced through the screen and the  gold is washed out and deposited  on the gold saving tnWe-j, while the  dirt, boulders aud   giavel   are   elevated and  stacked   behind.     This  dredge  digs   3500   c*nbic-\aids ' of  diit pei day, doing the v\oik of 5<_>o  men and doing it better.     It is tin-,  modern mining macliine'uhich   the  Company will install'on their  pro-/  pe'tj   on   Pine  Creek,   .-nicl.  it    is  hoped itAvill establish  a lcci.rd foi  values never  befoie ' macle,   as   1.6  dredge  has  ever  been   woiked   in  giound which has been   proved   si��<!  'rich.1     "   '-     -'  SOCIETE MINIERE.  Now  Working  on   Bed-rock  ~ With Splendid Results.   -   1  Estimated^That;The Ccmi.any Will  Take Out $40.GOO Before The  Freeze-up.  The Societe Mmieiefha\e taken  up the flume in _ the pit and h.ne,  commenced "cleaning bediock, the  first clean-up,' result of, two da^s  shovelling^was brought nfoii Men-  day last and amounted to i96'0z.62  and is -evidence' enough' to ' piove  that we "ha\e, -if anything, been  ���cfrh^vAtive rvespeo|ing '''this com- "  pany'TpToperty. 7uc1giug;fiom the  results obtained on giound, imme-  diateh-. adjoining;' the'value of the  gold inthe pit can be fairly, estimated at $40,000.      t. .'".  On" Wednesday the Compauy  brought clown" another 90 ounces,  lesult of one claj V w oi'k.  OTTER CREEK.  Prospecting Plant Proves the  Richness of the Ground.  Messrs. Caimichacl and Moian,  with the small lnclraulic plant installed this season, have thorough-  ly exploited the old channel discovered by "them in diifting last  yeai, and ha\c fully deuions-lratccl  that Otter Creek is a pa\ ing placer  proposition.  A'u excavation 50 feet has been  made and 2400 cubic feet of ground  washed, the result of which'yielded  $2557.00. The actual values ex-  tiacted hy the present method aie  higher than those obtained by diifting-  The gold is of a very coaise character, one nugget weighing r 1 0/.  6 dwt.  The exposed wash is undoubted!y  the old channel; the pay giavel,  which is fiom 6 to 8 feet thick, it  overlain by glacial mud and a top  diessing of gravel. This channel  is a high iuu and the bediock lies  some 20 feet above tlie present cicclc  bed, affording a good dump.  Active operations "'ill be continued thioughti'iit tlie winter.  ii  ������.'���< 1  ' **'. 'a  *��� ',\  v  ,'rt  7 ^ * , r  ft1"  , .VI '^-  'I  .  -  i If  V--r  ATLIN,   B.   C.,    SATURDAY',   SEPTEMBER 20, 1902.  t-   . ��� ,  The Atlin Claim.  i>\  I'ulilUlieil    every    Sal 111 ilaj    moriiin;  T'.(B Aims Claim Puin.i.tiiiNCi Co.  A. C. HnisciiKKi.u, Kditoii nml Vhoviueioh  Oilier nf.imulicntinu IViul S-��� Alliu, II. C.  Aclvrrtuiuu l(utcs : J.I.CO pur iuuli, pnoh  Inni'i'tiim. Kemliusj notices, 2T> cunts u line.  Spi-ciiil Contract  llutes on application.  Tlits subscription prluo is ?fi u yenr l>n>-  ���khle in ndvnnco. No inper �� ill be ilollvereil  unions tliis. condition ia complied with.  Saturday, Ski'Tkmhkr 20,' 1902.  Dredging for gold is and has  been proved a vt luable method,  and whilst America ranks first for  quartz mining .machinery and methods, New Zealand undoubtedly  / has evolved a system of dredging,  that is hard to beat.  AVe are now to have a dredge in  Atlin which is a combination of the  most successful improvements -'in  the fields of, bolh Australian and  American di edging, and we are  glad to notice that the manage-,  ment of the company, to which reference'is" made'elsewhere' in'our  columns, have profited by the ex-  - perience gained by others by practical experiment on ground similar  to that in Atlin.  The success attending the operation of dredges is evidenced all over  the world, and although even today  the dredge is by no means perfect  it is quite efficient, but the utmost  care 'is necessary to properly ad-  . just tables and keep up a uniform  supply of water and gravel to obtain  a fair percentage of the gold. The  operation of this dredge will be  watched with interest by the'camp.  For Atlin the dredging industry  is capable of developing a large  area otherwise unworkable and of  being the means of adding lo our  already growing output to the benefit of the investors and the camp.  ON SPRUCE.  Extensive   Operations   Being  Carried On.'  The Banon Flume.-i���Good Results  Obtained , From Proper-ties  Being- Opened up.  POSTAL RATES.  Restored to Old Basis���Ordinary Rates Now in Force.  The fust sight that impresses one  on reaching  Spruce' Creek is  the  new 3000 ft. flume  and  treble  erected this,summer by    Mr.   E.   M,  Banon. ' It is certainly both useful  and ornamental.    The trestle crosses the creek valley at a   height   of  45 feet and supplies  water   to   tlie  Mc.Nichol, Walker, Ferguson, Clay  and ��� Banon   pioperties,   above the  Duchess lease.     This   section   of  S'piuce has been very  active since  the completion of the flume. ���   Mr.  Banon opened up two pits, No 1 on  the Woodbine was very'r encouraging showing  an   average of $2.50  for   every   cubic   yaid   cf   gravel  washed, and  No.   2  on  the Newberry    averaged   $1.75  per   cubic  yard. '     .  We hear that Mr. Banon contemplates installing a] steel - pipe to  work these properties tiext spring.  "On the upper part of the Woodbine group a .prospecting tunnel  145 feet long, and ,a cross-cut of  165 feet was run by; Mr. Gould and  associates. The gravel was washed  as taken from the drift and showed  an'average result of '2V2 ounces" to  the set.  The total amount,of gold,, mined  from this property for the' season is  $8,000, a good showing considering  that the flume was not completed  till'the first part of August. .  We have no doubt'that next season this property will be a big  producer.  '   IF  YOU, WANT '  ,  Information  MINES & MINING PROP RTY  In the Atlin District  writk To      "   ' ",-'  A. Cm Hirschfeld  Real. Estate  and   Mining   Riokcr,  the teiattfl %M.  .Cigars.  Finest Wines, Tiquors and  Furnished Rooms by the. >iDayi ' '  Week or Month  11  1  o   ���-/'  THE , KOOTENAY   HOTEL  G��orf�� E. H��y��s, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Tkainor Stru'rts.'  'j This First Class Hotel Una been remodeled and refurnished throutrliout  r mid offers the best accommodation to Transient or Penmini'iit  t -   Guests.���American mid Kiirunemi plmi.   .,  5 Finest Wines, Lienors and Cigars.  * ���          Billiards   and   Pool.-  mt mANB ��� hotel  1 i ,  'FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL'IN THE N.OUTH.' EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANXKK.  A DEAL.  Postal Authorities -See That Discrimination was Unjust and  It has Been Removed.  An extra Canada Gazette was  issued on the 10th, inst.. announcing that charges on all mail matter  to the Yukon and Atlin are reduced  to the ordinary, domestic rates.  The'official'dispatch read as follows.  "Regulation 83 present postal  guide, making special rates to Yukon and Atlin, repealed from to-  day. Ordinary rates now prevail  throughout Canada."  The repealed regulation was extraordinary and unprecedented, and  we denounced the policy of discrimination made in our postal rates,  in an editorial on the r2th. July.  The rescinding of the very unjust regulation will be welcome,  new?, and the prompt attention of  the postal authorities, to the evident error of judgement on the  part of the Dominion Government,  is to be appreciated, and shows the  splendid management of the postal  department.  Mackenzie and Rayl Sell Out  On]Boulder.  Valuable Property Aequfred by  Purehase��� The Senator' Mining Uo. Will Work all Winter.  French  Restaurant in   Connection.  David Hastie,   Proprietor.  ' Corner of First and Discoverv .Streets.  for  Mackenzie and Rayl, of the Senator Mining Co., have disposed of  their interests in the Boulder Creek  property to their partners Grant &  Black for the sum of $6000 cash.  This season $15.000.was taken  out of one cut about 125 feet long,  10 feet wide and 14 feet deep. Up  to date this has proved lo be the  richest portion of Boulder, and is  directly above the present pit of the  Societe Miniere which ground is  proving equally rich.  The Senator Mining Co. are putting in a drain dheli about 400 feet  long and 22 feet  deep  in  ordet   lo  work out the lower portion of their  property, which   shows indications  of being even richer  than   that  already worked.    It will take at least  four yeais to work out theseclaiins.  Tim Rayl will remain as manager till the freeze up,   and drifting  operations will  be carried on all  winter.  Call and get Prices at  THE   GOLD    HOUS  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of'Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ��� Fine stable in cou  nection with the House.  AMERICAN   AND   EUROPEAN    PLAN.  O. Vt'. JniiNriTf N. Murmur. '.'SiCJBU'tw.    *'*l.l��f*fnff<t;-ii   -..  tyy.-?.  ATLIN, B..C/, SATURPW, SliP'f KMJJHR jo,  190:  We  can, 'give   You   as Good Value for your "CASH as'QpQcerieS, PrbvisiOOS? etd.  any House in Town.  '  Try   us   with   it   ana   see*  ���Giant . Powder  on   hand,  X fl. JikWt-*M.  BANK ROBBER.  G. IC. Haves'.  .). (��. Uommlm.  Attempt to Rob the Skagway  Branch of The Bank of  1    Commerce.  nvggtt -u ore!  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Would be Robber Killed and  Bank" Building,Wrecked by  Dynamite.  T'n ; Skacwav Branch' of the C.i-  ' iiadian Hank  ofConimeice was the  scene of an attempted iobber\   last  Monday. '   .'     ��  /  Al 5.30. in the after..0011, a man  entered the Bank, holding a revolver  at the head of Mr. Wallace, the A'c-  connlant; and in tlie other hand holding'up a stick of dynamite; demanded $20,000, saying, "You know  vvh'at this W\ pointing to the dynamite and threatening to blow up  the bank if ihe money was not handed him at once. Mr. Wallace  ducked behind, the counter and  made for the back door, shouting  >to~t:ie teller, Mr. Pooley.'to look out  and get behit.d the safe. The man  thereupon fired at Mr.��� Wallace, and  it is thought that the entrance of  Mr. Price' caused the'Vobber to~ lose  his presence of mind and in some  manner ' fire hisv revolver -'and explode the dynamite-simultaneously.  The explosion besides wrecking  the bank, blew oft" one,6f"the robber's hands, destroyed both his eyes  and in ide a large hole in his fore-  'head, which injuries caused death  about 45 minutes latei.  Mr. Price was only injured superficially, and is getting 611 well;  Messrs. _Pooley and Wallace escaped unhurt, owing to the protection  of the safe door. ��� The building was  completely wrecked, aud had the  manager been present or the teller  in his box, both would undoubtedly  have been killed.  It is not thought'that any of the  Hank** funds were lost, but money,  bills and everything were badly  scattered and covered with debris.  Tlie body has nut been identified  but it i.s known that the man bad  been in town foi ibtu of.' Ihe davs,  and tli.il he had bought the dynamite of D. C. Hruuiiel thiee days  previous to the attempt. Several  persons have been arrested as suspected accomplices.  FIRST-CLASS U1 '.STAUKANT  IN    '  CONNECTION.  lU-ailqiimtrri for (ir.iol.'fc <itni;��.  Pine Im Rote!.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Ifiiiest of liquors.     Good stabling.  ' ' ' Kij, SaMH, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  ,'     ' BEST   LIQUORS   A    CIG.UtS,  GOOII    AOfOMMOIIA-TION. ���' ItKSlAUBAHT   IV  CoNNkCTItN.  '   S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  GoodStnblin? for lloli'i and Dosn.  Atlin,  Nugget  and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  gar'   Why send out when you can get goods as cheap'hcie?  Watches From $5 up.   Fine Line ot Souvenir Spoens.  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers-  I OR  Photograph*  Ol'  PACIFIC COAST S. S. Co.  PIONEKR ALASKA   LINK.  For B.C." and  Pu'get-Sound  Ports.  The  Following*Elegant   Steamers  Leave Skagway:  City op Skattlk Sept. 24th.:  ClTY'OFToriCKA       ���      .Oct.   2nd  Alaska,   Yukon   and  I t  r Northern   B.C.  FROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  Frank Moblev,  Taxidermist,  -    ATLIN,. B.C. ,,  Fins and Skins diesseel���Bilds and  ->,      '���    -Animals stuffed.  .1 ���     * ' -*  ,    /��� I r a  Prices can   l>e obtained upon appli-'  ;  cation to A.'C. HiK.scni'ki.D,  Specimens' on   exhibition  and   for  sale,at the CivAfM^OfFice.  O. P. IN. Co.  ���ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  ���The following sailings are announced for the month'of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m., oi on  arrival of train:  GO TO  hirschfeld.s  The"Cottage City" Wreck.  Certificates of Improvements.  GOLD. GOLD No. 3 AND SYDNEY FRACTION Mineral Claiini, ���.itunte in tlio  Atlin Mining- Division of Ciiwuir District,  one mile North West of Atlin Citj.,  "PAKE Notice "that I, William H<-n\i>. i'.M.C:.  ^ No, Ii 4888, intend GO <ln}�� f����ni date hereof to opply to the MiniiiB Beecmlor for Certificate* of Improvements, for the nurpose  of obtaining Crown Grunts of the above  claims.  AND    PCBTHKK,   Tuke  no. ice   that    action  under Saction 87 inii��t bo ����n��monccil before  the issuance of mich Certificite \>i Improvements William r$ea\li=,  Duted thin 11th  day of Sfiteinber, KJi.  60d  GOVERNMBST Attl.NTS Ol'FlCK,  "      Atlin. H. O. September !!��h. 1SK12,  NOTICE it hereby ir>\��n tlmt" nil irooiU  and chattels belonging to the rotate of  the late "Bill" Jojee. docea^eil, nu-,.t�� th��  custody of tho Pro\ iiicinl Police ami .��o  person or peruonv appropriating ��r lsitw-  feriiiBvithnnj of the same ��Hl do bo at  their peril.  All persons indebted to mid rstnte will  pleise remit forthwith to the nndrraiffiied  and any pemons bavins cliilnih uuiiiimt tho  said cstiite will ple*so hftid eertiHcd accounts of samo to the unilf rstetied on or tie-  fore the smth., day of September, next.  J. A. Krunei.  Gowrnnieiit Ajreat.  *   J. D. D U R I Er  ' MATTRESS    FACTORY:  HOUSH   FURNISHINGS,���RGUS   CARPETS  AND LINOLEUM.  ,'t'1    -  Princess May  Sept.  Am uk  i;  Oct.  3  '    iS  3  i> 13  23  0  Foi fnrthei in formation, applj or  wiiteto-    ��� H. H7Dunn, Agent,'  " ,     , Skagway, Alaska.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A.'BltUXH'H. Proprietor.-  ��� Fresh Fish Always on  Hand  THE IMPERIAL LIFE  Assurance Company of  Canada.  Unbxcexi.kd   Security.  Call and see an ideal  policy at  A.'C. HlRSCHKELP'S  Latest news of the Cottage City  wieck reports: One thousand  ca^-es of salmon, 25 hacks of mail  u"d 30 "ieces of l>ai:g:!f,rt' weie re-  movt-d Iidiii Uic wieck .md taken  lo V\ranglw ivveia*!ii:i;  able is being icmo\ed, 1: u  with wrecking outfit is now  vnrk.  iei ish  1   tug  at  Pellew-Harvey,.Bryant & Gilman  Provincial Assayers  Ihe Vancouver Assay Office, Established 1890.      ***   W.   WALLACE   GRIME   ��.   CO.,  Agonts.  r.ai'BO or Small Sumplow forwarded for Assay.  Back number* of. the Atlin  Claim can always be had at the  Cj.aim office, price 15 cents.  ATMS' LA KB, HBNN1TT I.AKlt AMI  CHILICAT MINING DIVISIONS OJf  OAtSSIAE DISTRICT:  NOTIOK  i��   hereby given  that all plucer  miniiirf' claiiim leuratly lialil In th*  Atlin  I.nke, Dennett LaketttidChilknt' lllnliiK Dl-  vUIons of Canuiar Diatrictare laid over from  tho fifteenth day of Septomboi, A. O. I8��2, to  the second day of J uly, A. 1). ICKlS.  J. A. Fit AH BII,  Gold Coniroi����ioinM.  Gold Coiiimis��ioiier'rt Office'  Atllu. B^C-Septernber^st. 1S32.  0\f        HATHS  .   IV.   HAKBIiR .SHOP  V. LINK  Pro|��-  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  W.  WALLACE GRIME, &  Co..  Notaries Pnldic.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  M1MJK, BROKCHS 4 COMMISSION,AWNLS.  F<r��    &    Accident    Insurano*.  AUK.N1M    ><)��  PKLLHW-llARVnY   &   CO,   Amtoeri  Now occupy their now quurcern u��at  .to tho KanU of U. N. A.. Kirnt Strnut.  Die bath rooms are equally B< (rood aa found  in  citi����.   Prlvato Kntranco for ladlon.  Copies ot the new Placer Act of  1901, consolHated with the Acts of  1898 and 1899, for sale at the  Claisi Office.  Stevens  Shot Rifle.  A now rifle, 20-inch barrel  Weight 4 pounds. C. B. caps  and .22 short R. F. Has an  AUTOMATIC SAFETY and  cannot bo discharged accidentally. ���  Price Only $gJO-  H these tides nro not carried in stock  by jonr dealer, seud price and v��o will  ind it to you express prepaid.  Send stamp (orcatalog describing com-  ]pl��te line and containing valoaMe-in-  | formation to shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms aud Tool Co.  I P. 0. Bo�� CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.  ���W��  y  7 >s  , i  'Wr%  *Mf  ,11  "m  1? i  -A  'K<-{  r"''  M  -m  m  t #ji  ef-Mt  ���m  ? -Hi  M  it> Tji  3  I  . r '5  1*  <"1  S!ff  -=/ u >  h-:;'" '  ''       ������'  "J1!  Z  ATI IN, r.. 'C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ap. 190,2.  i' >  '/'       c'  PiCKKD UP HERE AND THEI<E.  Chinch   ci!   Luuluml: '  ?t. Mni-tiii"'. (.'.hurcli, cor. Thiril mid Tiain-  nr strePl*. riliiidiiy services .Miitlns nt II n.  111., Kv����iisoii���' 7:80 p. in. JLVIuhrntinu of I'cilj  Communion, Nt Sniuiio iu cuoli montli mill  on Special iircasioii>-.1 Siiiiiiiij .Si'liool, Smi-  dii} nt 15 |). 111. Commit teo .Me<nii>K-i, !���>*  1'liiiisdn> in encli mouth.  Hex. I'Vli. Stpplipiibiiii, IJcL'tor.  St, Andrew's lJic-l>\tcri��n (Jlinri'li hull)  tor%ii*(<s in tlio OIiiutIi on S��con��l Street.  Mnruiiu ser\i��'u nl ll ovrninjf w\it:o ":"���)  Simdaj School nt tin'- ulo'-c of tlie inorniiiK  <,nr\iee. llp\. E. TiirUiiiKtoii, Minister. Free  Kcttdiiiif Room, to v.-liluli nil nro welcome.  CUT    PRICKS    at    the    Atlin  Cheap Cash Stoie:  Cream, large size,   40 cents per tin.  Cream, small size, 20-cents per'tin.  Milk, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Sugar, ro lbd.Tor'$i.oo.,  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from 10 to 20 percent.  Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and  Shoes at half pi ice.���M: Foi.ky.  T,. l\_Muirhead Jr.,' formerly of  Spruce' Junction, will remove to  Atlin this week and will have on  exhibition a collection of photographs, representing- the different  creeks, which are haul to beat.  Chiistie's and Fancy Biscuits al  R. I���. Pillmau & Co.  Pipes and .Smoker's Articles at  Dockrill & Bourne's.'  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���Jt is sold in all the stores in  Atlin..  Remember - that, the season is  drawing to ��� a close. Tf you wain  to take presents- home don't wait  till1 the last moment;,see our local  jewellers, Juucs Fgokrt & Sox,  they make nugget souvenirs that  are unexcelled.  Jimmy Regan has a good stock  of American Shot Gun Carliidges  aud Sporting Goods. His prices  are always the lowesr.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  Fancy Stationery "at Dockrill &  Bourne's.  Agen's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  Fresh consignment of " Fancy  Groceries, at popular prices, at  K. I,. Pillnian & Co.  Go to The Royal for Fresh Oyster Cocktails.  Mr. Dnelkcr has moved acioss  the Street "from his old slai.d t'o  the building formerly- occupied b\  I,eCappellain; he has fitted up the  shop in good style, and-will conti:  nue to piovide the best meatj fish  and gamp the market affoids.  CHIMING AGAIN.  RANT��� GRANT.  Once more, and only a week  ���since the previous occasion, did the  Hell of St. . Martin's Church' announce to the people of Atlin that  yet another of its sons had joined  tlie ranks of the Benedicts.       "   -  On Thursday afternoon the marriage of Mr. Norman F. Rant and  Miss Anna M. Grant took place in  St. Martin's Chinch, the : Rev. F.  I,. Stephenson baing the officiating  clergyman.  In the absence of tlie bride's  fathei,,wh6 was unavoicledly prevented being present, the bride was  given away by her brother, Mr. W.  Pollard Giant. She wa> dre-sed  most becomingly in a , gown of  mousseline de soie;.the bodice was  trimmed with pearls; the wedding  hat was white chiffon, surmounted  by wings. ��� She also wore'a very  handsome pearl star, the gift of the  bridegroom and canied a handsome  bouquet of white chrysanthemums.  She was attended ���by Miss Hileen  Stephenson, who wore white silk  with insertion trimmings aud white  silk hat. Mr. G. T Rant supported his brothei the groom/   '  After the ceremony the guests  adjourned - to life Grand" Hotel  where the newly married . couple  held a reception and received the  congratulations of t heir friends.  The decorations, floral and otherwise both of church and ieceptio'11  room were beautiful.  The happy pair left for their marriage "jaunt on the steamer ' "Scotia"  which was elaborately decorated  with old bcols and bunting..  The bride's travelling dress was  navy blue cloth, 'her hat a blue  straw tiimmed with plumes.  In the evening there was a most  successful dance at the Grand Hotel, which was, largely attended;  Mr. J. Pilling making his first"'appearance at the piano for the season.  FOR  Call and "get"Prices' at-  _' , ' 'IK   YOU   WANT  I nf o r rn at Ion  CONCURRING '   ",  MINES & .MINING -PROPERTY *  In the Atlin. DistiMot  ' ' - -.nx    -,'  WKITK  TO  .��� A���,Cm ^Hirschfeld  Real" IMale  and   Mining   Broker,  .jg. doelkek, . ���-���-  ..    .    .-   FRESH MEATS ALWAYS GN fiArJO.    :    .  Fish,    Game v. in   season and/tioir��s    mckly   Sausage.  ."NORT.HKKN   HOTKJ.   BUILDING,    FlKST   S'lVJ- KV.  PRICES  ALWAYS" AS.\LOW .AS\THF   I  '��� - D. g.:stewaM\  ' Post Office" Discovi-cry. -   '  FOR GROCERIES AND MINERS1 SUFPLIES.  nin'g,  rau  iinery.  HYDRAULIC    GLINTS, 7WA'fHR    GATKS,  ' ANGLK   STEEL   RIFFLKS    &  HYDRAULIC  'RIVETED    VI PV~  Pumping ' -& ��� Hoisting . Mae&iKet-y. ���  Estimates fun.ished  on  application , .,  '��� The-Vancouver Engineeriiig-Works,  .    ' ���        ��� "��� Vancouver,  li. C.  ..A. 0. Hirschfeld,'Agent, Atlin, P. C.  -   ���   CtEAHANCE   SALE  B6_'  BARGAINS   <&   nothing, but' Bargains   for tlie next 30 days- hi:  English   Prints,    Ginghams,   Cretonnes,|   Duckings,   Dress  Goods,    Flannels,  Bar-Towellings. | '   ���    Silks  and'   Laces.  BOOTS   &    SHOES ��� Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Eocts ai;d  c Shoes is still large.    '. ' "v1: ''"  WONDER    PRICES   for  the  Balance:  Stetson   Hats,     Dress  Shirts,' Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel  Shirts  Gingham  Shirts,    Under-clothing.      Heavy: Flannel-Shirts:   AH at Cost.'  Best Grade of all" Wool Blankets at Coast Wholesale Prices  We mean Business.   Call early, bring your money and we v/ill giv& you   FAT   RETURNS   for it.  ***xa*rmMm^^an^aa**ts��*wmBmmMMi miMBMowof ���������������bwmw����������������������a  -Our Stock of Groceries is the largest in'Atlin'and Cash will secure ih< Deal Value.  BLACKETT & CO. ���    ���


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