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 ):  <*.  <��/'���  75  'VOL.  ATI,IN, B.C., SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER, 29 1900.  NO.  74*  ���so  ' 1  'GENERAL HARDWARE,    ^  CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND-WALL PAPERS.  A 1,1, KINDS OF TINS MET 11 WORK'  I'KOMrri.v 'ATTiCKiiicw 'ro. ���  .      .   ,A,UKCJJ   GU1M-I.V   OV    ASI'KSTOS   CLOTH   IN   STOCK.      .      .  Corner ol" FirM. and I'carl .Street,      ' 'ATIBN*  TPR    IVFii'^OP-   0/WVi."f iTiP  ''better ar.d cheaper.���Alaskan  The \\\\n \<:f !i,c*r Tells ".'onic lu-  i'j-'-* , A.;--- ' '���>��� earning the  Coiti .in;- '.*. ''.Aiiii1^ in '.his  IVisiiict---.' '.... t'.".'T Side of the  Monro Mom.tain l>-al- Last Report on the Imperial Group.  Why lhe Nimrod Syndicate of  Atlin should have'slopped work so  early this season v. as a matter of  some surprise to Atlin people and  there has been much speculation  asAo thec.uise. Mr. ii. D. Pctlier-  sloneiiaugi-,' the- m.iujger,' said  ye?,icrday'Aiie reason j -.vtro llie'.-igb  price ot labor and .the iiij^h cost of  ������living,'.ii:.*! ]'"c JvgV. tr-in-p.>n<ttion  ratc-3. - 'i hi?Q, ,'.'>>nVi��ii*./cl, .^.xvLcaiiy  prohibited-,- qiusi'tz "-.nni-.g in the  Atlin distt-.ci-jii-the pr=seiu time.  '.'Ves, o'ui* operations arc entirely  suspended-in Atlin for the season,"  he saicl-yesieidav, ''and.I am.going  to Loudon to consult with Lord  Hamilton and,the directors ~>f- the  Niuirod Syndicate sis to the future  policy to be advanced iu ihe district.  "We have been running '.1 five  stamp mill nearly all summer, v.-ith  rock pri cipally from the Imperi*il  group on Sdo'lroe iuoinU.iiii. i'rotn  the uppei levels we found it unprofitable to work, with the oresl-11*. cost  of labor ��:*.d particularly oi the  trans, ouatio**., the latter being  absolutely prohibitive. The lower  levels | roied to be. low j>ra.��.!.e ore,  but we cru.-hed ab'-u: 2<,o lo is 1" om  the u, er 1. ".'As A "'cli r;ni .--boui  >j lo ���',*, lo-.,  uec .:i.ll.u[-.  "We have. 'n.i.tl m .eh difficulty ii.  ���securing Lille. In the Partridge  cuss, whieii .wis nol'iAig uore than  d black-mailing scheme, we were  given the verdict. This was for  some claims we had purchased in  connection witii the Anaconda group  and adjoining them. As to the  ' Yellow Jacket, there were so many  claimants and the whole tiling so  inexlricabh m.xed up, ihat after  spending several llioiisau 1 dollars  we decided to lose the moue.\ we  'p.ad c\ ended n.*d get ont of it  altogether. "The 'most' important  part of iiiv iri.' lu Loudon is ir. cm-  nection with placer ��� d.iA.ns-on Mc-  ,, Kec creek. I ha'.e bonded most of  the creek and bench claims on the  . .creek, with a view of hydrauliciug  their, and I hope ,lo bring in  machinery early,next' spring for!  that pur- ose.  "There has been no quartz development in 'Atlin   except   what   we  "have done, and I-doubt if theie will  e   unlil'transportation facilities  are  . ANOTHER STORY.  The Nimrod syndicate, at .the  head of which is Lord Flamilton,  has been one of the few firms that-  have spent any large amount of  money in Atlin this summer in the  matter of quartz properties of the  country. Of course, there .have  been ��-e,;end companies that have  put in.hydraulic plants and worked  ihev.i with varir.g, success, but the  managers of the Lord Hamilton  syndicate put in a five stamp .'mill  on quartz proposition and run it all  summer. Tins mill was an experiment merely.andafisueh,its showing  does not appear, to have been 'en-  enraging. While erectedjbn the  AiracoucUi * property it has been  .dn'ic.t exclusively run this summer  on 01 e from Monroe .'mountain."  They -'have worked these claims to  some-extent and have run. through  their five stamp mill about. 300 tons.  It is now reported from Atlin that  the results, weie not satisfactory, or  sufficiently so for the. managers.  They failed tb l.vke up 'the bend,  h'itteen days' grace was given them.  They failed then to' come up with  the cash. So the originel owners  have the benefit of a tunnel of 135  feet and other large improvements  on the property.���Alaskan.  THE LAST REPORT OF THE  NIMROD SYNDICATE.  The following cablegram lias'been  received fr.om the manager at At-  iin, says the B. C. Review of the  1st inst.: "Imperial group, Paris  Exhibition, No.-' 1 level: -A trial  crushing of 5r tons has yielded 21  oes. bullion. Winze iu No. 1 level  is now clown 21 ft. A trial crushing of 75 tons has yielded 41 ozs.  bid lion. No. i level: Have driven  upon the vein a distance of ico ft.  No. 1 level cast: Have driven upon  the vein a distance of 13 ft: No. 1  level: Driven 100 ft. Expect lo  strike the ledge within the-next :o  ft." Mr. A. It. Bromley, consult-  ir.g engineer of the Nimrod Syndics le. has just returned from Atlin  and has brought,out the first gold  brick yet made from the product of  A 1L:i quartz ledges. The .brick,  which weighs 2S ozs , . was taken  from tlie plates of the syndicate's  5-stainp mill at Atlin. This stamp  mill is tlie most northerly in the  mining world: * Cablegram from  the ������.������.image 1 al Atlin, dated Aug.  27th: ��� ''Imperial Group Paris  Exhibition,  No. 2 level:   Have  cut  vein. There , is 'every indication  that the vein will maintain it*-  vahic."     '  McKlvK   CREEK.  Great  Hydraulic   Plant   to   be   In-  ' starlled ��� Mr.     Christopher    the  Guiding Spirit.  Among -the many gold-bearing  creeks in Atlin district, McKee  takes a very prominent position on'  account of, the la'rg; amount of  gold it has already produced, and  its immensely enhanced possibilities  in the near future, whin hydraulic  ing, will have full sway and its,golden gravels" be   washed   wholesale.  Payable gold wan first, found on  this creek"by A. .McKee in October.  1898.. At this rime "nearly all the  transient population had go;"* out  for the wintir, but those left behind,  .by. the potent power of proxies, soon  had all the new diggius staked out.  Extended work in 1899 pr. ved the  creek and benches to be good payers/and, whilst the amount of gold  won cannot be positively stated,  the'fact that all hands secured layovers for the winter and resumed  work this summer, "is .sufficient guarantee that it answered expectations.  --Early this spring Messrs. Partridge snd Adams, acting as agents  fe'r-ia Loudon Company, secured a  dredging lease .withtwo miles 'froui-  age on the lake, and running back,  with'the "creek nearly in the centre,  to claim ^4 below discover}* ��� the  beginning of the Laugley creek  claims. They also, secured t.vo  leases en the N.W. side, of 80 acres  each, with a frontage of 3,000 feel  on the creek, running up to aud  adjoining S. W. line of McKce's  discovery claim. These leases have  all been granted to the locators and  since purchased outiight from them  by Mr. C. Christopher. On or  about Sept. 1st, this gentleman, for  self, and with power of attorney  for three others, located four 80-  acre raining leases, two , on eac'*  sidfe and adjoining discovery claim  on the upper side. These.cover everything righl down to the 100-foot  placer locations on lhe creek. At  the same time x wa'-er righl lor 1,-  000 inches, of water, to be taken  from below the junction of Spruce  and Eldorado creeks, was applied  for, and being the first application,  will undoubtedly be granted. This  gives Mr. Christopher sole control  of all possible hydraulic work on  McKee, as 1,000 inches will just  about cover the available supply  of water in summer, and 1-csides,  the possession of the London  dredging lease below, gives him  the only possible dumping ground  for debris.  The plant, which is a very large  one, i3 already ou the -Atlin wharf,  complete, aud we understand a  contract has been made with the  Atlin Lake Lumb.-r Company for  at least 250,000 [cct of lumber,  which is to be cut this fall and de  livered on the bank of the lake, -at  the mouth of the creek,   before  ice  clones navigation.    From this position it will be sledded tb flume line.  The survy   for  the flume line and  pipe  line is   now being   made   by  Mr.   Wilkinson, ' D.   L.  S. ' When  Lhis is compleied,  a" large force   of  men will be put on  to grade a bed  for   the flume   before the    ground  freezes, so that in  the'spring there'  will be only the snow to shovel out,  ard <*lhe" flume can be placed'quick- '  ly in position.      By this plan active  hydrauliciug   will be commenced as  socn   as   the1  frost   is   out of the >  ground i:. lhe early 'summer- and  McKee  creek   will   probably   take  the, proud   position   of  the   banner  producer of the district.' '   ���  Too much credit cannot be given to-Mr.   C.    Christopher for'his ���  energy, skill and foresight  in   this,-  as in   all   the  other   mining   enterprises in which  he has had such a  leading   hand   in    the camp.     Mr.'  Christopher   has'   been   the   mean* ���  ol" bringing in more outside money1  for development  purposes than'any  one, and has   been   uniformly   sue-,  cessful   iu   all   .his    undertakings,,  which is only another way   of saying   thai   he   goes about them iu  proper business shape.  We learn that another party has  bonded about 73 claims on the  creek with a view to hydrauliciug  them next'summer. ' The'inteiiti m  is an entirely laudable one, but if  the claims of Mr. Christopher's  Company to the control of water  and dumping ground be valid, as  we have no reason to doubt, then  the successful running of a hydraulic mine without these necessary adjuncts will solve a problem which  has been unsolvable hitherlo.  MIMERAL RECORDS.  The following locations have been  recorded at the government office  during the week:  Sept. 22���James Cullen���Roberts  on Otter creek.  -22���Edward Telford���Ptarmigan,  Otter creek. t  25--R. Freeman ��� Photograph,  10 miles east of Golden Gale.   ���  25���Florence' Hartshorn���Camera, to m east of Golden Gate.  25���F. G. While���Blue Star,  4 m south of Golden Gate.  25���H. Nicholson���Red Lion, 4  m south Golden Gate.  25���H. Nicholson���Victory, 4 m  south Golden Gale.  25���F.  G. White���Majestic, 6 m  south Golden Gate.  26���J. K. Shirley��� Montague,  between Otter and Wright.  26���G. M. Shirley���Lanark, 1��-  tweeu Otter and Wright.  A call has been given to Rev.  John Pringle. formerly of AtPn and  well-known in this city, by St.  Andrew's church, Dawson. The  rev. gentleman is now on his way  to the capital of the Golden North,  where he has many acquaintances  by whom he will be cordially welcomed.���World.  '>l  I , 1, i*^Fr^iKF��[.l\:\*^Utt''s*st'Hmw���'*i>a'a9'********a** r  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 29,��� iyao.  Tine Atj.in Claim.  ' Published    impi'.v    Slit ui'ilay   morning   I.v.  TlIK  ATMS  CljAt.M   l'flililSlUN*!  Co'.  Ollifp (iT pitlilifi.tiim:  ' Si'uoml, bet wi'i'ii Trtiiuor aiwl I'enrl St root  Ailvt'1'ti-.iny;  i-atc^ inmlp known (iii n|i|ilii'ri��  'lion,  Tlio sulisi'i'i|>(i(iii pi-ic.) ii !>!  it .vein-   puv-  .Mili' in udvaneu.     No pnpui- will bo delivi>ri:d  Imlnss t in'si' romlitimi'- t. re ('(11111*1 if I with.  ���  With Llii=�� number of Tim Claim  lhe paper will temporarily cease.  Tin-; Claim has been faithfully and  Continuously worked for 18 months  - and we think we are fairly entitled  to a lay-over. Fully 50 per cent,  of our population emigrate in the  fail mouths, so we have concluded  this will be the best time to take a  change o.f,scene also���more especially as hunting is coming into  season. . We have no apologies lo  make-for our shortcomings or vainglorious boastings to utter over our  little achievements in.trie past, for  little indeed they are. We have simply  ��� done the best we could with the  scant .material lo hand., with malice  Lo none and the district's advancement ever in mind.- Above'all, we  have striven to keep the paper a  clean'one,'aiid in-this direction, if  an-y, we trust we Can. congratulate  -' ourselves.  We cannot at present  fix. a   date  fer-'the , resumption   of the' paper;'  '���'thai.will hinge   a 'good  deal *upou  ''"   what may occur- i;. the interim.  \Vc  : nil' know that "lhe best laid schemes  ���' of mice and men   gang  alt' agiee."  .So 'tis-wise lb"'be chary of promises.  ' \\ce desire to' put  011   record 'again  'our firm and confident certainty   of  "'   -lhe-grand fu'turc-awaiting  the   dis-  '���  '' trict.   . We believe   its  mineral   re-  Sources   to be such as will ultimately set the "world-, a-lalking,   but v.e  'also believe.that  it   will   take   coiv-  .'-/siderable time to' get-outside   capi-  ,,.    Aalists tb see i.l as we see it. .Tn this'  ,-,,. lie's the gist-.of  the   whole   mailer!  Mean'time.we feel like' "taking .a lit-  1       tie rest ai;.d. this is about all there is  "lo it?   -;, _._. " '"'    "A. -' .;i    .' _   '  "Then, farewell, -but*, not forever",-'"  ' BuVLf-forcver"-5 Tare.thc-c well ''  C.'CHRISTOPHER,  ���  ��� President.  .    LIMITED*  HEAD OFFICE,  ���'"���''  "��� It.-will be a" painful surprise to the  } -"���Ttian.y -fri'euds:"bf Mr. E. .\Y. Bickle,'  ���''"'"\vho- has srHongAancl ably filled'the  "'-"-���position of'mining recorder'and us-  "' "-sessor, tb learn'that bv last mail he  1   -received, official -jntiraaliori thai his  "' ������ services' wo'uk'l ;not be rcquiredTat-  ��� - -.-.     .��� 1 " ���-��� 1. ���*.  ���   er than the115th October.    No rea-  "���  son. ;s.given "for.his dismissal.    Siin-  -/ply, lhe bare aYuiouhcemenl.'   "That  ' -H'nd nqthing'inore.      ,, '  ,"'������'. Some   few' weeks ago, when the  'A' printed estimates came to .hand, 'it  and the dismissal ol Mr. "Bickle followed as a matter  of course;    We  don't  deny   but  that  the  govern-,| ��  ment has a righl to dismiss  any official, but we  do   deny   them   thai  power   without   giving a reason for  such arbitrary work.    A   man   dismissed from a position, without rea-  son given,  has a black mark placed  on  his record, which is apt to militate against him - in   his   future career.    This style of doing business  is unfair and   uu-P.rilish,   more  especially,   as we are credibly informed, a successor lo   Mr.   Bickle   had  'already been some   time   appointed  at the'original salary of  $150,   presumably foi   political   services   rendered. -  Mr. Bickle, we understand, will  not tamely submit to the indignity  and implied aspersion on his character,   and  it  is   quite  within  lhe I  - ���   scope of possibilities that the - floor : more than anything else to resnscit-  of the Local Plouse will yet see the: ate ihe investment of capital in B.  matter thrashed out. '   '      '       'C. mines which   has   of .late   fallen  off.���'Vancouver World, Sept. '15th.  M*^A^W<^^Wi0&*<^fSfi<fcftW-S<. ^VVV^ AiVVVMVV��AAA^^AAA^AAA^'i.  A.  C. 'HIRSCI-IFELD,  Secretary.  i  I  9.  Searches Made and Abstracts'of Title to Mineral, Hydraulic  ,  and Placer Claims Furnished.    Correspondence solicited.  ' - *-  FINEST EQUIPPED.HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  Frcncln Restaurant sin Connection ,  Rick & Hastiic,   Pkoi-kiktoks;    David Has'i-ik,   Manac.ick.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  .ANOTHER LAND MARK  GONE.  I AFTER, TIM? WAtt.  , You may talk of the jflorios of war,  Alexander  Godfrey,, than whom!' And'of wonderful victories, won,  there is   no more   popular   man   in  Bnt will they tfvo back ....to me  '    * 1    jlv dearly  beloved lost son?  Will the sold that is still in t'.i�� mines  Or the diamonds shilling so brijrht,  branch of business .has   been   alto-  Atliu, has concluded to try h'is luck;  in -the wider 'field offered by Daw- i  son   Citv.and leaves on Tuesday, on  Qjvo buck the y.��u.,Riiv.-s that are lost.  -   i     Or open thoir eyes lull ot lightr  a large scow which   he   has  loaded ��� - ,    ,   -    *  ',    �� , , <m   \ Our boys who come buck to i." now,  down with his (hardware Stock".   His;    With bodies so shuttered and scarred.  .  Will they feel they have brou well repaid  By vict'ry which maimed and marred?  g ether overdone* in'this   place-and!        ''"-������,���       \  ��� -  �� ,      ., . j 1 was well for we home ones to say'   *  Alec's, new-move-is "a   wise  one.;   Go, go; 'ti-- yonrdnty to light;  Tom    Watts ��� accompanies.' "him   as'*-ut (,i'1 we thi..u win of the Co,t  r ���"..!.  And consider if duty was risiht?   -  captain of the scow- and  utility man. 'We.-.could* cheerfully  afford lo lose two belter, men . and  are. sure they carry"', the warmest  wishes of the whole community-for  success in theii"riew,.field of operations. .Atlin's losses Pawson's.gain.  Good.-bye boys. * - ��� .  ��� '._"       ', ���*  general', . ,  - ��� Ah well; now that vict ry is with us  ���*���'<  .was'Luiud. that  the  Atlin, Government officiosImd been selcclcd'-for r'?een Uic ;'rC*lllk Good-bye -ladies!  THE" KISSING' BUG. '  -We owe'an apology to the ladies  of Atlin foi* -being, tlie unwilling  cause of much' pain and discomfort  to them'/ In-<our last -issue we  chronicled the;, advent -of the kissing bug, ' and-;.-his. ravages, which  were then exclusively confined to the  male , sex aud congratulated the  ladies on the-- bad taste shown by  the. bugs in passing ' tlietn over  without a nip. -,-But alas aud alack!  who would ' have dreamt that the  bugs ivad ''Tun Claim? But it is  q.uite evident t,hcy do,, for ever  since our'last in which we called  attention'to..their oversight, they  have devoted ,- their exertions exclusively lv) tlie .ladies and some  charming  brjc. a   brae   faces  have  ��� 1 in  AVONIJICRFUL 'STRIKE.  fu:  '< -';.'-"  /.--(;  es:;,,...  ''���';!x>a V!,  '"'' ill ;     .   ..'  "- "'��� -the nruniht!";.knife. r-,;W"nilst the sal-  "-*   .. ' ' ��� .    ..-'. ���    ���       1  Y   ' ' ="���' arv;, of the Gold 'Commissioner was j  ''''}''���'>������': all^ued'^d'naiul' at its origiilal  airi- J-., A 'cable .-has.- reached   the .city  "r/:'    "'''oiiu^'lhc Vecoider and assessor was:] that stock'tn the Le Roi   mine   had  v4jnt.from.:iV5(' per-month   lo   Si 10, j advanced' ��2- on.the London market.  '-"������\vJi:.!*-..;''i.hV elefks*. and. cons'ia'bles Thi.s'i's llic'result of the recent  rich  ���'���\v;cic cut'from ^i.[o.ip..$S'5.',,;'! U-his. sit ike discovered iu lhe  mine  dur-  '';cnl/ii/salary \\cas aimed only "nt lhe ing the operations carried on  under  ������ 'At'liii.'o'fiicb, the officials, oFl'-enA-ett j.tlic'diVectioiiS'Of the  engineer   who  "���unci l-- ljorcup-rnfr; tu;hcr> have 'not s\ j.,who came out from   England.    Oi^  tenth pan of"'th-e:,waid'. thq Atlii.- ot-! piercing the schist wall   which   was  ficc   l-.as,    were   left   nu touched   in j supposed   to  contain   all-the   gold  their emoluments.    It looked like a ji producing ore. they were astonished  c.ise of attempted freeze out, but if  if.  '>>v  such was the motive, it did not succeed, for the oflicials'so injured  stuck to their jobs, hoping for future redress. This plan failing,  stronger     measures   were  adopted  to strike a quantity* "*f ore .which _ at  least estimarion is calculated to be  worth $100,000,000 gross or a net  profit of.$35,ooo.ooo.' This is one  of the most wonderful,strikes in the  historv of the Province and will  dn  And we count up the list of the lost,  Will it mukeus think Iejs of the irlory  And moro nexttimuof thi�� cost?"  ijot those wHq have won all their riehei  Froni'result of this Boa'r-British fray,  Help those who are leftevor mourning:  For (lead iii the South land to-day.  The'dear,husbands and well-loved fathers,'  Will rest more at peace. JT Ituow,  Tf thos��they left-in far-away homes,  Have the comforts they iise'd to bestow.*  '   .. ,      ���Canadian.  -   Spruce Creo'k." Aug. 7th, l'lOO.  '  ' ' GRAHAM_CREEK.'  Joe Biligbain has -just returned  .from a trip, to this creek ,aud reports Jones ard Aitken sluicing on  discovery claim and making wages.  Tom Gardiner and Lew Jerky,  Above discover}',' report better than  wages. McLaren and Greenshlelds  higher up, report doing very well.'  These are. all the men at present  employed. The creek is all staked  out and lay-overs secured. Mr.  Bingham, thinks there-will be possibly 20 to 30 claims which will pay  for working" next season.  FREIGHT PILING UP.'  It is estimated that there is now  at Skagway 2500 tons of freight,  and that the railroad company has  a carrying capacity of not over 500  tons per day. It is also estimated  that there are now at White Horse  1500 tons, and until that is cleared  off there is no call for auy special  endeavor, at the Skagway end of  the line. Superintendent Rogers  is making strenuous .efforts for the  clearing out of the whole of the accumulated freight before the big  freeze comes.  '  ' In.,a conimuhica'tiom froiiv Mrs.  Hitchcock, 'clat'eu'AS.kag'way 20th,  she informs us that there are'stories  current iu that place of a creek  haying bain discovered   about  two  ....of" Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  - Gold Assaykd,  Pitrcitasko  oi? Taken on  Consignment.  ��� Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United'  Stales and Canada. -.  ASSAY OFFICE '      ���   ���  IN CONNECTION  kor G'oi.n ntis'r on i.v,  T"! R.  BILLETT, Manager.  days' journey distant, which discounts in "richness anything ever  found in Dawson. Sinking is said  to run from six to ten feel. Mrs.  Hitchcock, with," her accustomed  energy and speculativeness has outfitted three parties for the new EF  dorado at & cost of nearly a thousand dollars and is now anxiously  awaiting results.  ' The Gleaner towed out to Golden Gate seven A Hi 11-made scows  on Tuesday evening.  The Chilkats, or Chilkoots, or  some other tidiculously-nan ed tribe  of Siwashes are giving a record-  breaking potlach near Skagway at  present. An Indian giving one of  these entertainments does it entirely for self-glorification and feels  bigger for the time being than  President Kruger or a certain lecal  constable.   .  A rich discovery of copper is reported from near Telegraph Creek,  about six miles from Glenora. The  ore is said to be strikingly similar  to that found near White Horse, on  the Yukon.  Telegrams are now reaching Lhe  merchants'of Vancouver and Victoria from Hazelton. by way of  Qttesnel, 250 miles northwest from  Vancouver^ and itVis p'believed that  the./.'all-Canadian line will be so far  advanced;that there/will.be through .  connection between'Vancouver and  Dawson before the 15th of October.1  A   1  ���****e ��* ��<��w��rtMu*'  Mt'iMtaJM ^iwovis *va icj**wsu��m��* * ^��**ft*��wi/>^��.i^n.wi,]&  n rcian.Tjt*tci+ut  a^jUM^M^^  <rtt**n -r* nu vvritK'n  '^^inr-iy^rjicrjjyj^-y^^y^-, . ka-w UT Ara.iA/JJ>��n(!i."(��ca-.fUU}i VfU-EwtM?? ���?v,JS��9.*ti JJf fl  7^  If  rL!  If'  f  up  r  f  lilt  tt  f ���  f  LL'  iii'  p  !(A*  !')���!  M  D  _   '  L' 1  i  ATLIN,    P.. "C,   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.  ; 7 ,  nmr*  DISCOVERY, B. C.      .  When you come lo Discovery lake-  shelter under the tree.  Finest of liquors.    Good  stabling.  DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP.  NOTTCK is hereby jdvou that the partnership heretofoiveurric'd  on b.v us at Atlin, tt.  (!.,'ns Hai'risters A Solicitors, has been  mutually dissolved lrom this day.  Hated 1st July, iillib.  Vt. Mcl'IUDli,  W. POLLARD GRANT.  .' NOTFCJi is hereby jrivou ,that the Hotel  biisiuc's at P.ii'e heretofore carried on by n.s  under the linn nume ol Letherdalc & lim-foii  i-: iniitimll.V dissolved from this date. Allau-  coiints due lhe fir*m must be paid to J. Le-  therdaU', and all accounts due by firm must  ���be presented to him for payment.  Dated Atlin, B. C 2Sth Autr., 1000.  J. LI'TIJr'UDALTi.  J.liUUTON.  Certificates  of   iihpidv��i..^nt.  ' MINIS K A L   CLAIMS  "Lucky   Liverpool,"    'Nanain.o,''    ''Paric  Exhibition."     "Uiikmiwii,"    "Transit  I'rut1-  tion," Sultana Fraction," "Imperial,'' "Nim-.  rod"'   mineral   claims,  situate  in  the  Atliu  Lake Mining Division of Cassiar District.  Where located: On Monro .Mountain,about  I mile'- north-east of Atlin.  Take notice that 1,.I. II. Hrownlee. nirei.t  for Thomas 11. Jones, Free Miners' eertili-  eate No. .*.n701A: Win. Moore. \'v-u' .Miners'  certificate No. UiilliT: .fumes Stokes, Free  Miners' eel", ilicate No. Hi) I (ill: W.H. Hamilton,  Free Miui'i's' certiJicate No. 2'ijtv special, and  It. 11. Felherstoulmiijih, Free Miners' certiii-  eate No. HJS'itili, intend, 01) day, lrom the date  hcrcut, to apply to the mining recorder torn  certiiicnfe ot improvements, for the purpose  ot' obtaining a crown urant ol the ubovo  eluinis.  And lurtlier take notice that action iimler  seution !!7 must be commenced belore the  issuance ol suoli eertilicate of improvements.  ,1. 11. UKOWNLIiH.  Jlnted this K'th day of August, 1DG0.  lUTClfiiNEIl, r��A li. AND TNDfil'BNDKNCU  l'"KAC'( ION MlNI2RAI.CLAr.MS.  ICeepyecir Eye.on;-tb'I��c-&|>ace  > -.  ���^.. 7i  a  A*VWWW*VWWMVVV<,A*��'VVW��i  JOB   PRINTING  AT THE  CLAIM.  ;-. .)  &'&'  V,      ^    >^  SlTCAT'*.  IS Till:   ATI.1X   l.AKK   Ml NIM*   DIVISION   OP  CAbatAK   DlhlJilGT.     WllEM'. 1.0-  OAiTii-Ox /Mo.Mio Mountain, Akout  Ji'ouii Mir.i'n NoHXii-r.AKT of Atlin. "  -TAKE NOTTCi: that I, J. 11. Hrownlee, a*  ujjout for Mury.K. Hitchcock. Free Miners''  Certificate, No.'W'U'Hi; A.iC. Dpi.chinaii, Free  Miners Certificate No. i'AU (Special), and  Harriet!] U. llarri.nan,- 1'Yeo Miners' Certiil-  eate No. 15:'!��i71, intend, (ill days Iron, the date  horeot to apply to tho Minint*- Iteeorder for  a certificate of improvements for the purpose of ohiuiiiiiiu* a crown grunt to the  above claims. t l  And further take notice that, action, under section 37, must be commenced befori!  the issuance ol such certificate of .improvements.  .1. 11. Hl-OWM.KK.  Dated this Ith day oi Sept. 1!)!)().  >Bxon -  Ij  Run the only stage lo  DISCOVERY and SURPRISE LAKE  A four-horse Saratoga will  "- convey passengers to Dis  covery, and from there con--  n'ection   is made with Snr-  , ' prise Lake.  They Slave a Number of Buggies  of the Latest Pattern for Hire.  Saddle Horses and Freighting are a  Specialty with them.  Leave   orders   at   the    B.    A.   C.  Store, corner ist and Rant.  ,1. U. COKM'I.I..  *~i  Discovery.  OPEN DAY, AND NIGHT.  EI RST-CL ASS R EST A U R A NT  IN  CONNECTION.  Jrlead.'uurters for lii.lmei-.'C Purrott's sta��e.  KIRKLAND HOTEL,  ^  l-'IKST  STKliKT,   ATLIN.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Makackr.  Eirst-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  7~  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  LINK & PIIATT, Props.  Now occupy I hoi r new (|uarters next  to the Hank ol II. N. A., First Street.  The bill li rooms are c(|ually nil ;joo-.l as ioiinJ  in cities.    Private   ICutr.-ince for ladie--.  NOTAIiV  PU15LIC.  OFFICE: Corner of Third aud Pearl Street,  Atlin,   B.  C  opposite  Government Kuild-  intrs.  All kinds of iiniiiny papers made out   Several  years' practical   e>.perieiicc-   OFFICE OF 11. M's CUSTOMS.  ULES EOGERT & SON,  SWISS    VVATCIIMAKKKS,  And  marmiuct11riiijjjewellers.  All kinds of milder work executed u it h"  neatness and desiiatch.  First   st.   i.c.\t  to Vancouver General Store  LIVINGSTON THOMPSON, C. E.,  Provincial Land Surveyor,  NOTAItV  J'L'I'LIC.  OKFICili:. TIUltD   ST.,       -       - ATI.IX.  Opjiusiiv New  (iiivej'ijiui'ut Biiil.liui;*. ATLIN,   B.   C,   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.  K��D UP HERE AND THERE.  (Jhnruh of ImikIhiicI service; will he held  ��� ut coruor Trainor and Third strests on Sunday at 11 a. in. aud 7:','.() p. m.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in ihu'A. li. Hall, Second Street.  Moruiuif servieo at I0:S(): eveuiii1;- service 7:1!U.  Sunday School nt, the, close of the inoruinjf  s-ervice.    Kev. .1. l'.-inptle, Minislci'.  Ono of the best nrticles for jrooil health i<:  a wholesome loaf of bread at 12 cents, and a  first-class meal lor ill) routs al tho Pioneer  Hakerv.  The   bank's   report ��� hcaw  purchases of gold dust.-lately. The  amounts taken out by departing  miners also total up very largely.  Many of them prefer 16 lake llic  risks of transportation iu lhe hopes  of securing an increased price on the  ,. coast.  ThcAvctic Brotherhood Hall has  been bought by private bargain by  the trustees of the Presbyterian  church and will be known as the  A. B. Hall no longer.  Mahrer & Mead wound up their  store and saloon business al Surprise this week. This leaves the  , once supposed to be the coming  metropolis of the gold-fields as des-  . titule of inhabitants as an egg is of  hair. Farewell, bright and evanescent aspirations; th; country is  filled with them; worse luck.  About 150 people a day have been  arriving at While Horse on their  way U Dawson.  It has been definitely decided to  put a stop to the practice of women  employed in dance halls living over  the same, and the police have served notice on the lesecs of" the local  theatres that all women' must leave  by the end ol the present month,  says the Yukon Sun of a recent  date.  Mr. Horace Jeffrey, manager for  the P. Burns Co., with his wife,  leaves fer While Horse on Tuesday to take charge of the branch  there. They are quite old residents  of Atlin and'leave many friends  who will always be glad to hear of  their welfare.  Among the departures on Friday's boat was'Mrs. L. White, who  has the distinction of being the first  white woman who ever put ioot in  Atlin. She 'is en route lo Dawson  .City aud wishes she had gone there  iu the first place.  Messrs. P. Burns & Co. are closing out their Atlin branch. C.  Doeiker will move into their old  stand, corner of First and Pearl  streets early next week and carry  on a general butchering business.  Wild geese are now flying south  in considerable numbers.  Accounts from the drifting diggings on Spruce Creek continue to  get more and more favorable. As  high as three ounces a day lo the  man has been claimed in individual  crises. We know of one parly, of  four men who arc making about  one and half ounces per day per  man quite steadily. Spruce is going lo be a stayer.  The lake is swarming with fish,  principally trout and whilefish, as  high as 500 pounds having been  secured by a boat and net in one  night lately.  The Scotia took away about 40  passengers oh'Tuesday. Amongst  them we noticed Mr. and Mrs.  James Brown, Mrs. Harmon, and  son, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Gilroy,  and Dr. Forsvth.  Mrs. Harmon, bite of the Vancouver restaurant, has accepted the  position "of stewardess on the^Vm.  Ogilvic.  Captain Irving, and T. Dunn arrived in on Tuesday's boat.  The Arctic Brotherhood hall was  put'up lo'auclion on Monday and  bidding".'nol bei.ig satisfactory, it  was "bought in ' at $500 by Mr.  Jenns, solicitor for the 'Atlin Lake  Lumber Co., who hold the mortgage '   ,  F. E. McFeely & Co. are agents  for lhe Giant Powder Company  (Consolidated) of Victoria. A shipment of five tons has just been received and pco] le will do well to  ascertain Me'Fcely's price."-' before  going further and fating worse.  Fred. MeCluskie, who hadbeen  working for Rant & Jones, on  Boulder Creek, came into town yesterday with' the middle linger of his  left hand broken. He received the  injury whilst handling boulders.  Tom Switzor had a narrow escape from being cut !o 'pieces at  the Atlin Lake Lumber mill on  Monday. He was thrown from the  traveller right in front of the saw,  but escaped "with a badly lacerated  hand and several contusions. Dr.  Young attended to his injuries and  Tom'is taking a week or two in  hospital, where he is doing  nicely.  Mr. Smith, of the Mctropole, expects his wife and family of four on  next Tuesday's boat. They are  coming iu to stay permanently and  grow up with the country.  Mrs. Troughton arrived in yesterday and will winter ii. Atlin.  A grand farewell dinner was  tendered to Alexander Godfrey at  the Grand last evening, by the  Board of Trade and inhabitants-  generally, l~> mark their esteem for  him previous to his departure for  Dawson. The dinner v.;as well attended, for Mr. Godfrey's friends  are legion in Atlin and the district.  SUCCKSSOSl*.   TO  ���     THOS. DUNN ft CO.  ,' DEALERS  IN      ,     '  Miners'Supplies,  Biiilssers' Hardware,  Stove��, Tin was*��, Et@  tinsiiop in connection. FIRST STREET  ATLIN  9     HUP-^HVI^-^     �����-     ^W��9  Wholesale   -   ssssss   -   Mmi&M   *   Euickktrs*  ''' Coknkk   First   and    Pkakl   Strkkts.  LIVE.  e  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR   ostboes 'm.*  l^Wn   Aa\Xl^ I W1V ,     N,,;xt TO CIIUKCI  ESTIMATES  GIVEN , ON   ALL  KINDS OF WORK-  PLANS AND SPEC IF1CAT10NS  A   SPICCIALTY.  BRICKS FOR SALE.  &fr.*>&gs   /.till:?.  I   Oi-'    KNCLAN'I*    .  ��� PEOPLE'S   MEAT   MKiiKET. I  C.  DOKLKER,   PKOP.  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    :���   .    .     !  '��� '   ,,     -  (  We have fitted up an ice btorage !.*ir hsu and huindk- all j  '    the produce of the lake.   ��� - <  Our wagon leaves every day for Pine- and the other creeks J  with fresh fish.    Look out for it. ��� ';  SPECIAL PRICES  TO  COMPANIES. ' ,,  'Pj*>&**i&lW*JfJ&09*JH*&^  BONDED AGAIN.  We. arc glad to hear that the  ' Imperial group,'' ou Monroe  Mountain, although somewhat condemned by the refusal of the late  bondholders lo'.take up their bond,  has been eagerly souj-ht after and a  London company, well able and  willing lo develop it, has already,  secured   an option on the property.  CONDENSED.  The list of deaths caused by the  storm in Texas is now ascertained  to be over 12,000.  Lord Salisbury has informed Li  Hii'-.g Chang that the leading i-.i-  stigatora of the troubles would be  summarily puuished, even if they  had to be chased all over China.  Germany has issued a circular  i ole on the Chinese situation  which, meets with the warmest  approval, of the English press. It  puts a decided stop on Russian machinations.  Lord Roberts reports the total  collapse of the Boer armies. ,  The Paris exhibition has turned  out a woi'ul financial failure.  The Cuban Constitutional Convention   demand   absolute   freedvira  many Atlin friends .of Mr. Ma.is-  fiekl -.vill be pleased to h:nr he is  well an d hearty a;.d that he sends  bis kind regards to them all.  SOMETHING IN VER'AE.  TO  THE' DEPARTED.  Dearest Alec, thou has left us,  By the sad and dreary way,  Of thy presence has bereft us  Turning into night our day,  Down the Yukon's mighty   waters,  Plying     sweeps   with   .might  and  main  When we meet you next in Dawson,  Sure, we'll set 'em up again.  with no American protectorate.  Great storms are reported on the  Newfoundland coast and heavy loss  of vessels aud lives.  Thirty-seven British troops were  blown up at Tung Chow by some  old Chinese powder . they' were  destroying.  Field Marshal Roberts leaves  Pretoria for England about Oct.  3rd. Quite a number of the troops  will return home about the same  time.  The Australian Federation will  adopt the ' petnay postage on Jan.  1st, i-joi.  The dissolution of the Imperial  Parliament will take place on September 25.  Five additional cases of bubonic  plague *.re reported at Glasgow,  Scotland.  A late despatch from Dallas,  Texas, says that High Island, a  seaside resort 20 miles northeast of  Galveston, was swept out of existence by the big storm. The place  had about 1,000 residents, many of  them visitors. ��� Not a houae is left  standing aud more than 400 dead  bodies were found by relief exploring parties.  Whisper it darkly, breathe   it   wilh  Capt.  J. Martin left yesterday on care,  the Scotia. The captain reports A certain young dude curl-papers  having done  well ou   his  Spruce his hair.  Creek claims this season, and will Don't be censorious, judge him not,  winter in Vancouver, returning: For his "bangs" are all the beauty  about April,    tie says   the  miners j he's got.  have only commenced   to   find   the  Sing a song of Black Jack,  A cigar box with some money,  Half-a-dozen greenies  Trying to tap the honey.  When the game wus ovei  The cigar box it was full,  Now the dealer's in clover  B:cause he hud the "pull."  Good-bye John, don't sta\ l")iig,  Come back soon lo your own chickabiddies.  The wind blows free, come back to  we.  The boys that love their parson.  real gold deposits on Spruce, and  thinks there will be a bigger population on it ten years hence than  there is now.     .'������'.���  Reports from the telegraph construction party show steady progress and the completion of the  vyork is confidently expected by the  15th Oct. No accidents of any.consequence have happened to mar the  rapid progress  of the  work.    The  *W-  TH  *��*��-**��  .'s  First Street, Atlin.  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  GOOD  GOODS. .  PROMPT SERVICE.  PRICES'RIGHT.  Give us a call.  ���> */* iiivmrt}��it*+na,i*i***\ .,  :fcan*-Jf��*M��Vi*" -  ��w��ww *>-<tim-iT��fr**A. nfi&~*>ntit<iif''W'**"y**r  : ^;tf^^i^^^**^K^^PWCU���rl^8.'j^���rtt^tf^^^e^^���^��� u*m-  *rTm*rnT'Tg"'TTT'���T?VV*.'-iy,n--'T-��  i.    if  '\    %  ���*i

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