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'     v'.Si'KCiAi.TIUH   I,'  ,,7:77;:^^  'Fresh Bread, :Rye -Elread,yis��Gm\ Y  PASTRYr:  Good  Rooms to  LxtMi? ^:;\\y thi  "-  CHAs^'MvKK/^rojirielor;-  l)iiy,.'iVi^!riii'' Moiilli at'ren.Koit.-iMe mti.-ii*..  fte"i��jSi.7fiffiSiINSy ���$>��  tt itn-v.i:i^-*n 1 *j tvsomm  '���SKAGWAYj.'YAEaska.'':���.    -���������*���v>~>^->��~~ : '���  \\.,^HOLES;AL;E;:GROeER'S::   ;-  AI.KH   liKAI.KKH  IN.'    ���*^fi��-*^^ Hay   and   Oats vs^-jw*;***  ���We-Make a Specialty of\,PerishabJc Goods and 'respectfully solicit  ' Your Mail Orders   -Satisfaction CHiRr-anteed.  1U-,  :0-  I't-T'ililisliod in lS?li.    Iiio.'ii'piiriitt'i! I.iy Kf.i.Mtl ('liurli-!!'.  ;������;.;. Paid Ur Capital,   - '.:-'���  -..-������.-.   - -^4.866,666  Rkskkve . Funi/j .. - ��� -������-    -,,-.-    -    -7 ��',703,333        ..';   ,'.  Head Office in Canada:  .Montreal.  H. vStuckjmAN.  General   Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities 0!" Canada, and agents .'.in New* York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoina,Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago,-Etc.  ; 'jfiSSk T &F J'@E\-    ;   '   , ''::  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  OuaVtz Assaying at 'Reasonable Rates.  Cbniieetpd.7,by :^  ;�� 'Y ��� ''��� '.;-VV)rG; ?Go ,es: 7 Ti\r p u gH7: piri j .tli e  ;'7,'i77724.tlv;ins^.;"::7  ^SViV;;C]Vc^^  northern ijcxtreme. .pf7;'.';.breate*7 IhH-;  iii i h' :���Y wa"jr rea eh ed Y;fi. iii.s-,;%'eeic\:';''i"lie':  telegraph; Hue71jetweei^  the'^tHn^  :Cariadiaj.,.d'aci'fic7:T  pahy7; Was;7cPnnecte^  yeiirs7qf':labpnpu^  iic ni']dertaki.ng'iVas;7:ljeen- piisliW to;  aiisuc^essfi3p;i'e'r',iiiih'a^  ;was'throwm^  :5Ve\lnesda'y;7.;inprii iug71asl7 s'7l t'Y^jY  '.andv:.\vill^  to 7thp: deyelppment^^pf'.^yiie^ca-nYp'  frPm7;a7busiiiesS'Sta^  a)i'7:iiidicaUpii;7'ip"f;::;tl^e;^  'kAvire&i' ���':" it is'j'iniderstdo^Ptbat :oVen  ^-jpp.aii^Ttolls^'Ave'i'^  dbcp.r;pffice7 by .v!ipbil?on7:\Y  ;-.-;Ki'.^  :has'7'ibecome,7:n-om77a;7;;:i  :poinPof:-vyae.\v:,,':- 011 e"-;of"''tn'e^niost'' irri--  \jprtail'���pTfipesLotr:''the'���systeinv:Tin?  alPlpiig7Jciistahce7;tek  ���'aiitbiriatic;;~re^jea.tei\s;are7^  distances!of'say every^sixvlinndred  'miles in   orderf to "give   in creased  force'YsiiitiIYcieaniess7..to -thcsignals  passing djet\veeh* tlfe" terriunal^ta-  tibns.   . "Oii-the ::Y) .)awsc;ii~Asli"crpft'  line,: re'jieaters.'- 'of���'���tli'e Weiny-Phil-  iipsip-Ateiit/'hax-e.^been-.installcd^iit  Atlin a nd 7 Hazel ton,- those :at';the  local: office   haying.: been recently  put:n'') l3y-yNlr'.:'':bpw].iiig;:(late of the  Beiiuett bflice), ,\vhp has! been, trails-.  ferred;to7thc Atlm1: pfficev ai'id'V will  reniaiii':liere::in charge; of .these 1 iLtt;  .;j')prtaiitviii'str.u'ni'ents.y:.-.;7--.7;7^^^  7 -" -Th e.;- rates -. es la b 1 i s h ed 7 ;be t wee ii':  >Viijn-'a'i!d,A'sI.icrpl't.;are-'$'3;5.p-f6*-V,th.e'  iiiSt';7 leii'." \vpras'. aiid   if cents lor  each, additional _ word..   The  cable  tolls.;''.li'aye\'-n6t'- yet  been.clefiiiitely  fixed, but it is. probable.'. :,th.at'-a rate  of 35 cents a word , to AslicrolV. will  ���.be   adopted .:iind this,   with -a 7Loll  of 37  cents on the ,. niaiii line,ogives'  a rale of. 7 2. cents a word .'to all the,  main, centers   of .Qrcal. Britain, and  Europe.   ... The   iocal . rates,;  lrom  Allin to White  Fiorse. Dawson and  oilier interior points are unchanged.  Considering   the-efficiency of the  new service-, the rates above named  appear.to    be   very ���'���moderate, and  bear a    very, favorable   comparison  with the old rate to the outside, via  Skagway  ^��HER^MM>&  A^G;eqlog:se^  ���Y}(yyyY^'^::N  ytsYE&gmiii^  :Yy}yj: .7put;';an; Eq.ualj.onfthe 7 Cp'Sst---:.  77; YYi.jlDgye 1 p.p m.e'ti iYw 0 r��k' YJielgxi riSi.  ft:7'iyii:e;eopirtry;'ft;ck^  'sh'p're;.o!;; A.tbn ������-Iiake7tp..^  'pfiEb'u'l.de^-.-'creek'.-^  :-frpin:'; :M>civC'e:'7tP7';'M ii IvV'oVy'iTj.ou 11tii\ii\  ;lie!pngs,;:::7t.o. -the;- ��� inagi,esiHii:<oixlev:;7'  ���:'"[ >ri rici pii.1 b/Y- i) &;' 7i"! a rd;'.' gree'i 1 ;;'7ii i trrt^c  {sive;7>diprite777:''rius;&hard7; ciiiiiife-.  'sCeuis7' t6'77;be;:-Cut7jl!iagpnal!\j>hy^"v'  ;l?elt;;pf��� ������soft, ;���>! ecpin j)pHe<i7nnYgi'ie^it^..77  ���in'terlac'ed-.-'^Hy'/lliands'''-  ���tiie7widtli :PF - tiiis';:!)eity''lias"-':/:^ yet;;  l)eeiiT7deterininedi;;7but 7its-;:/cp;0*s%.-.'  seeins77;a,s7-':lpllbu's,:77"lJegiiu  d$pulcler.:7;7it'7;:ri'uis7;7'sputli7r7'c  Hircji,';crc-])s'y'agiun'���- at'; ;l^iiie^7-;1c'*iiipj'!  :iiig}.;tiife7yalley^y.^  ;d'ykejy-wherg.:it;seeViis7tpy7ieay  ::prp^ngi.jBju\iic^  jr.lpti/beicnv'.'.^iiid'-.^  7K'ce';creek7 vYl. ii '.;fbrbfLsing''::tlie"vli\!idc-;  rfrourVI$j)rute7v.t^  'frbniS'tl ie;}r!i rta? i6"ir>'?pM';B/aA:i'ldei^7t'h'e:"  'same..'":'rpcks''.; iiiay' Ij'e--' fpund".7an(I Jolv  ������ lowed,;7!acrbss:' '��� McKee,-1',-0'ahpy-YY:30  ;a.bpve,yio.singV;itse  :matibh,::east7pf the'ereek'���; v 777:'^v;YY.  .7 7:This.mineral'7b'eai:iiiy" .niitgnesilc .  :is:cut:dia'gpii;V!ly :by7iquartz :veins;-7  .\\M3icij':.''\see'i.'Li..ytb7Vhaye:'7>  ;strike --an&77dips :66.26'.easu7 7'Ph'e ;:  ;cbunL**y:roclc:ibriiiany..'feet on each:  side of' the;vein 7seems 'lv;Tie 7itu-  pregiiaced.with' -mineral: wiih/'vaK'eiT  :in free gold .'.-sufficiently liig-h to./pj'y:  bandvomely  (or milling.'.. Soter as.;  the  'jirospecliug 7\york- fhas 7'������'been"  done: on.s Pine,"' rich bodies of rock.  -.liave:;beeu.- sliown, and;ib:.cross-'cut- 7  tiiig-. the ; ledge 'mat le'r'the tx lei 1C of-  the pay has'7Uot7:yct;f'be'en; deter-,,;  ;miued allluHigh:7theycuts','h-tve been 7  runv.spnie"'-3"67felet."'';7.".'|.,he"yiirike  ;Oid7  dij)''bf7t.he;iiew;fi!id.on'.. Pine is'tlie  same as thatpf "the YellcVw', J'-tckei :  'aiid;'ilie'.'y,eii'iihcis'7iiit.;. same "cicirac;-.'���  teristicsi;, ''Above'tiie: A el lo'w. jacket,  the same rockdias been   Jb,ur.(i   carry ing values   and ���-here   seems,un-  doubteciiy.7 to   strike   in   '.lie diix-e*  tioii' of ("iol-.l '"'Riin..������   .'MilionV'i!' no "  veii'i has been   discovered 7i~ \-t.-t i.i;  ll*it* vicinity we   beiievt* -sonte '-viU  .  be during tlie winter while .drilling  for placer. as:(puite  a _ prpp->rti'.'!! nf  I lie  placer  old   token  fnnii ' '.1  Run   is   sharp,    having   in   Miuiiy  cases the same quartz attache'!.  One cannot help lint observe'lhai .  wherever  a- creek  has cut 'through  As an indication of what the new] *i'r-: above-mentioned   -bod,*  servicenieaus to. us, it may'lie men-'! "esite rich values   have ������  jocl.v 'a uiaj:-  )ee:i fty.w.d  lioned that the International Yacht Ji!) lhe ndjoiuiii-' place:* ..claim*..  Race was reported from Vancouver; sluiwing pihiinly that the wear :*ud  at 4.30 p.m. o,n the - 26th iusl.. ,vas '��� tear of the water has simpiv done  Diuvsbn papers ai.d for sale |;lhe niiui-lig.of  the ,ock! dc-posiiing  in   tut  on the streets at"5   p.m  here   is  the gold .'below:  v.  McKee,  j little   fear   about   difficulty    about  j breaks   during   the winter," as every! Eldorado, 'Spruce, Pine, etc.     X  j precaution has-been taken. j Continued on. page a.  e:ow  t."-'.V  m  .���,&���*��� I  '":fi. I  ���Hi  m  YY:^i-m  yYM  Y\M  : t n  Y:-i:  77  "nm  vi*i^l  ill  U  UH  It  Ij  If  }\  '��� i  >:  I. .-  "- ���:*��� ^v-r^'l VtK,!S*#.Hi'J^L-^  TT!  ���ATLITs\ B.C.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, ��� 28,   1901"  p.  I   W  llY:  BV  p  m  *(i ft,  4  Is  l!i'l  w  ,1  j  i  i  IrE  ���'.'��  }  The Atlin Claim.  I'iiIiIkIkmI    cvory    Snturilii.v   inoriilii^   liv  Thk Ati.in Claim   I'i'Iilimiiinu Co.,  A. C. Hl'IS'.'HFF.LII, KlUTOll.  1). ToudLiif.s, Sulj-Ktlitoi-.  Ollifc of publication Ppiii'1 S'., Atlin, K. V.  AitvfM-tiriiriu- Rates-: $1.00 pi'i' incli,'ouoli  insiTtloii. ItiMnlin-r notiveK, lift conts u line.  Spt'ciul ('untrnct Rutcs on iippllciition.  Tin; subscription pi/iuc is $!i n .vein' pn.v-  ivl>l�� in advance. No p.pcr will lie delivered  unless this condition is complied with.  Saturday, Sept.  2.SU1,   njor.  Yv'k .reprint the  following from a  ���recent issue of the Vancouver Pro-  vinck, which   speaks for itself and  requires no comment :  " Instructions have been issued  from Victoria, iu consequence of  the recent visit of Premier Duns-  ���iiinir to Atlin, requesting Gold  ���Commissioner J. 1). Graham to  ���cancel certain walerpower rights on  ���various Pf Atlin creeks.  On Willow creek and other  .places, in which Mr. Thomas  Dunn and other local capitalists are  interested, work has been very  , much impeded this summer because  of water rights granted further up  the creeks to other persons, and the  result is that, while partial cleanups  have been satisfactory, it has been  impossible to get at the real amount  ol the returns.  When the premier recently  visited the district, the position was  explained to,him. Earth washed  away by the monitors was carried  in to the bed of the streams and  made it much more difficult for  the working^of the creek by ordinary placer methods. As a result,  Mr. Irving, an engineer, is now 0:;  the way in to arrange for the carrying out of a reform."  By telegram, dated  the 25th inst,  Mr. J. D. Graham received instructions to allow  the Sunrise water lo  be turned on, but, at   the  eleventh  hour,   when    men,    seeing   no immediate   prospect of accomplishing  anything   further  this year,   have  pulled out and lett camp, the news  comes   too   late,   and   the damage  done, both    to tlie   individuals and  to the camp, is .such   as   cannot   be  easily   repaired.      The   presumable  'policy   of every government, "the  greatest good to the   greatest number," seems   to   have   been   sadly  overlooked in   this   instance.    The  government     has   gain,  and   Atlin   has   lost  much   by  interference     or     furtherance  strictly personal ends.  NEWS OF THE WEEK  Some   Important   Deals Consummated.   -  The Consolidated Spruce Creek  Placers Co. Acquire Control  of Lower Spruce Creek���The  Stevendyke Cc. in the Trade.  nothing  tlie  of  Thk recent   quartz   strike,  described in our   last   issue as   "The  Mother lode," upon   fu**|.iier investigation gives us reason to hope that  one of the  most important mineral  discoveries   qi>    the    Pacific  Coast  has been made.     If lhe   record   the  Atlin Camp has made for. itself in  having  1,00   much ���/law.'V is   held  in abeyance in this   instance,   jt   is  safe to predict   that a scene  of the  greatest activity for many y.ears   tp  corne yy'd'i   be  ours.    Jt  wpuld   be  impossible to predict what that disr  covery will produce buj. the  indicarj  lions as described to i*s suggest that  'mere words and figures woulf}.' npt  convey any idea  pf a  tithe  of the  richness pf the find.  Some weeks ago it was announced in these columns that Capt. Martin of Spruce creek had sold out  his interests on that creek to the  Consolidated -Spruce Creek' Placers  Co., Ltd., ol Seattle. This week  the .Company has acquired, two and  a half miles of the creek, from the  falls up, and, about 600 acres of  valuable bench ground. Most of  this bench ground has been'prospected and has been proved to be  highly auriferous. By the acquirement of the creek leases ample  dumping ground has been secured.  It is understood that satisfactory  arrangements have been made.for  water privileges, and that surveys,  levels, etc., would indicate thatihe  Company's prospects for successful  hydraulic operations cannot be beat  in the district.  The Manager, Mr. W. M. Brook,  accompanied by Mr. C. L- Black-  more, ot California, the Company's  Mining Engineer, left on Thursday  for the outside. The necessary arrangements will be made during  the winter towards securing and  shipping in the most complete hydraulic plant which money* can buy  and.it is anticipated that work will  be in active operation early next  summer. ���  In conversation with Mr. Black-  more, we learn that from the developments carried out this summer,  under his direction, it is his opinion  that the Company has acquired  property on .Spruce the prospects of  which are away beyond his most  sanguine expectations. Mr. Black-  more is a comparatively young  man, but before the ground owned  and acquired is all piped out, he  will be old and gray.  The Stevendyke Hydraulic Partnership, which had considerable interest in the property acquired by  the Consolidated Co., has traded  all its interest on Spruce creek to  the Company, and they now become entirely separate and ��� distinct propositions, with no conflict-  tjng interests between them.  Messrs. Prank Weir and D. Todd  Lees, both well known ". stayers"  of the pamp control ^he Stevendyke  and its consolidations on Pine.  It is to be regretted that the closing dpwn of the Sunrise ditch prevented the Stevendyke Company  from realizing 011 their hard season's work just when the pay was  in sight.  Hydraulie  Mining  ���..#'��� Machinery.  Mining",  Pumping & Sluicing- Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel  &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 lo 10 tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER  -DERRICKS   of  1   to   2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS.  HYDRAULIC    (HANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE'   STEEL    RH'KLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos.  3.8 lo 44 Ekicmont Stkickt,  ".       SAN    ERANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  S THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL. "  O '    ' l  �� George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  Cok. 'First and Trainor Strkkts.  This  Fii'*t CIiiks Hotel   lias   lu;c;ii   remodeled und refurnished throughout  uml olr.irs the hciit accommodation  to  Transient or Permaiimit  Guests.���Aiiict'icuii mid I'liiopo-ui Plim.  5 7 Finest   Wines, , Liquors   and   Cigars.  % Billiards    and   Pool.  THE  GRAND  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THK NORTH.    EVERYTHING  -   ' CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & Hastik,  Proi-riictors,    David" Hastik,  Managkr.  .  Corner of First and  Discovery Streets.  ' ML.' r o I e ij.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C '  f>mi Ri9$$e  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ixoo  &  90  ���   Placer   Act,   1901,   consolidated,  fgr sale at this office. '���'���'"  The good news wus brought to'  town this week (.hat bedrock had  been struck pn the hydraulic property of the De La ma re Syndicate,  as it is familiarly knpwn, on Boul-  fler creek, at a depth of 45 feet.  Unfortunately for this Company,  the water supply/h^s become too  low to realise on the excellent prospects this season, but there Is that  E.   ROSSELLI,   Mjanager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the  Public,   April  16th, 1 yu 1.���Eveiything in it is New.--Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES. UQUORS AND CIGARS----CASE GOODS A SPtCIALTY.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ^- Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods V-  Victorla   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4    CROWN    .SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A.  B. C. BOHEMIAN    St.    LOULS    HEER  ]ftOET    &    CHANDON    CHAM PAG NE,    DRY    I.MPERIA  i  I  *****  iV:.  I  /!  ^^iifS^det^SSt  7^7-^L,,���  '^^^p^^^^^^S^ltss  '&4  , f  YJ ���  k ^  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY.  SEPTKMUER, 28,  ;9oi.  DJiAI.KRS   IX  First Street, Atlin, B. C.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  and Provisions*  BEST  SERVICE   GUARANTEED. *���  Trv   our Teas and  Coffees.  satisfaction in knowing exactly  upon what the Company will lie-  gin operations next year. The pay  on bedrock, from panning, goes  asliigh as $5 to the pan, and the  gold is very coarse. When the  'water was shut down, the pit was  cleaned out and a cut of about ten  fee! made in front of the upper box,  when the bedrock' was uncovered,  about two feel below the level of the  sluice, .ll was intended to have  made a dean-np, but beyond .'possibly one or two riffle scis,' this will  be left over until spring. Work is  now being begun upon the construction of an ijniiien.se flume to curry  the high water next year, so as to  protect the workings from damage  by the flood. This will entail an  outlay of several thousaikl dollars,  but it is deemed absolutely necessary and advisable. ' There is now  no question but this Company will  be on a big revenue producing basis  from the commencement of operations next season, as the experimental stage is passed and a pay  channel, almost without a peer in  the country, is exposed aiid ready  to give up its gold to man's enter-  . prise.  'We extend our congratulations  to Mr. De Laiuaie and his associates on their having overcome  the trying period of "opening up,."  and getting their property into its  now profitable stage.  atlin lake, hknnktt lake & chilkat  . mining wvsions ol'* cassiak  district.  ���RT('TIt"K  i.-  hcrehy  liiinln;; claims lej  KfiVL'ii that all "ilacer  iriilly held in tlie Atlin  Lake, and Bennett Lake und Cliilkat .Mining'  Divisions of Cassiar District arc laid over  from the fifteenth day of Sclitemlier, A. D.  lfll/1 to thf second dujof -July, A. I>. 1P<��2-  .1. 1). Gl.'Ai'.XM.  Gold G��niiiii��sionor.  Gold Commissioner's Ofliee,  Atlin, H. C. September Is ., liii.l.  at a point approximately IS.(KK) feet above  tlio Discovery Clniir. on I'itie civi.'l*. to lio  known as "point nf divci-hiou of wa-for."  and proceed in;;- I hence westerly uloiijr Pi- i'  crre.li to its mouth, and extpndinjr liitcrull."  on either nidi; of Pine creek so ��s to enibr'iio  tlin Pine creek water-shed,' Mm S'lni-'s"  ('ulch. Twin Gulch, nnd the Iiim'pi- portion  of Spi-uni creeli hi-low (he liisi'overy Claim,  eiiilii-ai-injr that p irt known Ioi;h]I.i "s Urn  "'Stevendyke."  That for this purpose- the Company will  neiiuire liy jiurcliui.e thren thousand live  hundred iiiiui.'r.s' inches of nuicr. to be diverted from Pine creek, usiii��- the prc-eiit  channel id'I'iuc crura to lhe point of diversion, l.*>,nut) feet ulnae Discovery Claim, and  thcui'i- hy ditch and lliime iilony the nni'th  side of I'liieCreck to and lockiw theSiiuri.se  (Jiileh. and tlieiiee li.v a system ol steel pipe  line to ri.'uch Piiii" Creek at and alou^ parts  approM'iniitoly SI, Will feci below the iutahr,  and niruiii, ,��t the Discovery Claim l.s, IM.  foot below tho intake, and n^ain al Sun-  >���!��������� Gulch iil.OOO feet below the intake. To  siphon across Pino Creek with a iiO-iiich steel  pipe lineapproximate1}- SS,<MJ foci, above flu-  Discovery Claim, and thence A>v ditch ami  Humes alon^ the Mouth side approximately  three miles uud to return all of the said water into Pine Creek itt an eJei'ittiun below the  intake vuryinfr from S."> feet to J00 feet.  (���!' And thi.; is further to certify that, the  Company propose to lioxiii their undertak-  iujr by extending the ditches and pipe lines.  (:t) Aml.tliis is..further to certify that the  amount of the capital of the Company,  which will be duly subscribed and'paid up  before the Company commences the installation of additions, or. exercises any of the  powers of the ''Water Clauses Consolida-  sion Act', IJ97," Part IV, iu that behulf, is  herebyn'xed at theAHjii of one hundred aud  fifty thousand dollars ($lfi(),IHII),il(0, aud the  further amount of capital to be subscribed  aud paid up, above the cost of the iirst mentioned portion iu respect of the remainder  of the undoi tithing, before the same is commenced, sliull'lie lifty thoiisund dollars (s.ill.-  (XKI.liU).  (���I'.And this is further to certify that the  time within'which the said capital,  namely,  lify   thousand   dollars, (������?.*)'I,IIOILO'I.',)   is   to be  subscribed is fixed at three mouths from the  date hereof, and the time   within which the  said undertakiiifr and works are to  be commenced is fixed at si.N months from the date  hereof, and the date hy which all the jiropos-  ed undertaking shall be iu operation is tixetl  nt two years from the dat<* hereof.  Dated this'nth day of Aujrtist, JCIII.  J. I), PKI'NTfCK  se *#$-'����� Clerk of the 1-J.vecuttve Council.  Notice.  "fciUNBlHK" uiitl ������Sl'NrtKT"  .Mineral  Claims-;  situated    about   2'...   inilcj.   from    Indian  Crook. '  To    D.    DAIUHiS   oli.oTHWlc   iiik Auknt on  Af'KNTi* :  T the undersigned, Hubert IV. trit-liK, part  f owner of the above mineral claims, hereby jrivn notice lo the nijova-uuiiieil D. Ditrdeu  in- other his Agent or Agents that I, having  purchased tho mteivxt of' Alexander McDonald iu th��above claims, do hereby rc-  <|ti('.st the said D, Danft'ii to contribute his  share of the nssewsineut work done ou the  -.iiiil claims, vije: two years' assessmn-it work  lrom the Mlitli day of July, IK'S. ��iiioiiu��iiig to  the Kiim of $2n*M)l>, Unless- the said atuoiiut  lie paid to moon or before the Ilith day of  Novuinhcr next r .shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers- conferred'by .Section I  nf the .Mineral Amendment Act, IfllKI, re-teul-  ing .Section 11 of Cap. 45 of the Statutes of  JWJ. Roukiit \V. Gums.    '  Atlin, H. C August 17th, HUH. -      ��� -Jhn  Bulmer & Parrotf,  Livery Stables.  Saddle Horses,   Buggies,   Road  Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.  ROYAL  MAIL  Stages   Leave    Atlin    for   Discovery  Daily from the Royal Hotel.  Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  NOTICE.  To  CUimi-TCATi'   i'l*   THE   KEGISTKATION  Oi'*, AN EXTKA   l-l��OVr.\CIAL Cf*.��PA.Vlr.  ������CttMl'ANIKH  Act.  IS!';."  0�� Ro IN.  Sailings From Skagway.-  . vS. Hating,  Sejil. 28tli.  Ocl. SlJi.  ,,   iS'ii.  ,,    2SUl.  S  S. Amuk,  Sept. 23d. -  Oct. 3d.  ���     13U1.  .   ..     23d.  and even* le.i <l;iys tlicreai'ler.  11. li. Dcnx, Agent.  vSkai;\vay, Alaska.  part  rv.  W ATKH('Ctl,-,siirt (Jt)>'t-t)i.lU,\'ni)b* A<;r, IhlT.'  (1.) This is lo certify that  Ihe " J'ina Creek  Power Company. I.iiniicl." I'stabli-hcil nith  the object of  I'lirryinir on   the biisinnss-of a  "* powor   company "   within  rhc  meaning of  Part   IV,  of  tne ���' Water Clniurs Consolidation Act, J.-W7." iu   tan   Atlin   District,  I'm- \  vinceof Hriti-.li CoJujiibia, 11111' incorporated j  outhe^Sth  dn.v ol  June, I!). I, has submitted  its- iiadcrtakiii';'to the l.ieiiteuaut-t'overiior  iu Council   for   approval, and that   the said ;  undertaking, us  sliou-ii   I13-   rlio   ilocumeuts [  uud plan  Hied, has been approved, aud tlmt. '.  tho ��nne is as follows:��� |  To make  available water for the worliiujr ;  ��l�� Jar��e   area   of   placer minium; yroiiiiil j or indirectly  uliich j�� itt.tii'fiviir. - Jt-in'url'.iibJo.    liu^iuui a if ' ubjerts of till!  HEKKHY CKUTJHT that the "Soeiete  *��� .Minicre de la Colombo1 iiritanuiiiue"  hnsthisilny been reyintere'd asan Exti-aPro-  vincial (Jompanj-, under the "Companies'  Act, Will," to carry out or effect all or any of  the objects of the Company ttt which the  legislative, authority of the />f,-islati'r<; of 1  Hritish Columbia extends.  The head uliice of the Cojupany is situate  in Puris, t'l-ance.  The amount of the capital��f the Comp��ny  is 'ii.l'.lHHi franc--, divided inttt <i(lll() shares of  1UU francs each. ,  The head office of the coni]<*ny in this Province is situate in the 'lWn of Atlin. and  b'uiile .Inane de l.amarc. explorer, whose address is Atlin afiiresaid, is the attorney for  the company.  The time of the cxi-tenreoir the Rriiupauy  is fifty vein's.  Given under my Intuit and ^alof office at  Victoria.    Pi-mince   of   Hritish     Coluinl-ia,  thifc 17th day of (August, one thousand   nine  hundred and one.  Ij ' S. V. WOOTTON.  J. K-pistrar of Joint Stock Companies.  �� 'I'liefollowiiif,' are the uhjurti. for which  ' the company has been estabiishe<i:���  1 Exploration, options and purchase of all  j mineral concessions, ucili* or iftharwise, in  ' Alaska and the Kloiidike, an.! more par-  | tii-ularl.* in tin." Atlin District, Hritish  } Columbia: the development of the said cou-  1 cessions: the option hy concession or  ��� purchaseof ail industrial eiiti.'rpri..-e��\ commercial or agricultural, thesa'e or excliauire  of >aid enueuskjoiiN or proiwi-tios; the |jiih-  licutiini tiiid sale of circulars, reviews or  ! p.-i]M'i'K treating ii te.<..stiii��-<4MCi.ti<iiis in the  I above named rations: tho ��rj:anisation of  I afliliated societies- for all undertakings of  j the above-mentioned nature: the shariu��-  ! the M-itl societies, or iu otlu-rs to be furnied  j or already usi.tin^j the ��ile, iJuri.dj.vsc and  . ��M:iiuii���'(; of all minerals ur KoliI-l*eariiiK'  j mineral matter, silver, copper ami other  , metalH: the forming of the 'means of traus-  , port of im-rchaiidisc or passciiK-ers in Alaska  .'Kloiidiki* and Hritish Ciiluuibia: and all  I other indust trial, commercial, agricultural  financial operations which could directly  be incident t�� the j'riiieipaJ  ?oeit>ty. ''   .       ���  Anna .Maiiki. " antl *" VicToiti.v " Mineral  Claims, situatealKiur 3'7,niiles north ��f  Atlin.  ,1. S.   KEKGUSOX   on OTHEU   ins A��knt  OK Af-KNTs: ���  T the iindi')*j.i^neil, l-*atrick JV��uovau, part  "^ owner of the aboi-e iiiiueral claims,  hereby yivrf notice to the nhovn named J- S.  Kergnson orotiit-r his .������ treat<or Afrents.'that  T do hereby reijuesf the said .f��S- fermison  to contribute his sh��r�� of assessment work  done on the said claims viz.: one year's assessment work from Ilth August and 8th'  September, Iflim, res-])eetively, amountin^ t<j  the sum of $i(n. Unless the xaiil amount he  puid to me 011 or before the iSnl da>-of November next I shall proceed, under and by  virtue of'the powers conferred by Section 4  of the mineral Amendment Act, IDIlll, repeal-  in;: Section 11 of   Cup.   J5   of  the Statutes of  ISM.  Atlin,  11. C  Patihok  August 24th, liini.  .  Donovan*.  A.ti*Jf-:<iii  Safe, Fast, Punctual, ComfortaWe,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  Splendid Meals*  .   KOI!  B.C. and Puget Sound Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  P  Leave Skagway  COTTAGE CITY, for Vic-  loria and Seattle Se|)t. 28th  CITY OF SEATTLE, direct  for Vancouver and Seattle  Oct. 4th  Alternate  .sailings  every   five days'  thereafter. ,.7  CITY OF TOPEKA,   ALKI and  '    CHAS. NELSON,  Alternate  sailings   even* five days  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   Schedule'     subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska  ATf.rN,    HKNNKTT   AND ���Cllir.KAT    illN-  fNH   DIVISIONS   Ol'*   CASSfAK  ���    mSTRfCT-  "]*^OT3C;K is JieroKv Hiven that 11 Court of  Revision and Appeal, utider the provi*--  ioiis of the '" As-essaient Act," will he held at  office of the Government Ajfeiit; at the Town  of Atlin, tu the Atlin .Minium Oivisiou. oil  Kriday, the twentj-seventh day of September, A. ]).. 19.1, at the hour of ten o'clock in  the forenoon, for the purpose of liearinp- all  complaints against the assessment for the  year 19C2, as made b.v the Assessor of the  Atlin, Hcuucttautl Chiiknt Mining* Divisions.  Dated��t Atlin, Ii. V- this eleventh day of  Ki-ptcnilii-r, A. D��� ISdl.'  J.   D. G��AI1A1T,  As>essor and Collector-  TT^IRKLAND HOTKL,  J  FIK.ST STKKKT, ' ATI.IN.  KIRKLAND, - Managkn.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleepins' Roms.  AT UN FISH  A. Brum'ch, Proprietor.  UriiKtsite tho Koyal Hotel, I-'irst St.  Fresh F'ish always on hand.  Hydnstulic   and   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rales.  HLES EG( \VMY1l&- SOX,  Swiss  Watck-ma kkrs,  Am!  iijaunrac-tiiriu;? jewellers.  All kiiuls'of niu^^et w orlc e.\eriit<^l ��tt-h  ui^irness and dispatch.  I''ir��t  st.   ni'M   10 Vancouver ('i-neral Store  BROWNLEE & LOWRY  X li. Brownlee; P. L S, D. U S.  II. C. Lowry. A. M. I. C. T.  Civil and Hydraufic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pkaki. Strsict, Atlin, B. C.  THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER,  Jo��'PaImer,  Repairing and Soling Rubber  Soots  A Specially.  ikk. GiixiisiTic. Pro-).  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by' the Day,  Weekor Month.-  E. s.  WILKINSON,  SURVEYOR.  P. Li  Xliiril Street, opp. Government Huildin';  V. WAT.r.ACS Gmwk; Ajfent.  VV.   WALLACE  GRIME & Co.,  MINING BROfiCOS & COMMISSION AGtMS.  Third Street, AtJiu B. C.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  IIKST   UQUORS   *   CIGAKS  ���Goon  Accommodation. ��� Rkstauhant  i."��  Conkecticn. >  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabliue; for Horses and Dojrs.  Muirhead  Bros.,  -Landscape   Photographers-  Have a Free Exhibition at  The Junction.  iiiu'xuii.r, Jt Bouunk. Ag-eiitv.  u  \ I  ���\'"X.  ��� Ym  -.4.' Plpl^fj^^  ������'p.  "W^r"  m  fS��Y  ffe.7  ;"^7  7;!*',  ;IP'  fe'  lit'  #������������  1*  P  fi7-7  ft-7,'  1777  $77;  $���������?���;  is  ,.K77ii^^i77--7'Jvlil  Y%  m  ::A,l%INr7;^C7  .77 77';'7''''7'^;'7-7'������"- 7 v .;������:>;'-'-'--VVM^ ".'. -A "7'':'A;';--;' '"������ YYY''Y.',' ;��� A"  . '"7 7-7 ���7.;^ ;;;;7";  7 ��� ������'���   7 77 CiV|.M^li^7Ar;iU*Ki7 :1;tX K.t'<*i'-l^7--7.: 7:v;^vV'"'^':7-;':: ���.���-''i^-'.������"-'  '.;;  Groceries,-Soots and. Shoes, Gents'; Furnishings an'ci'r/iitiers' Supplies  ���Y<Yr,.,:_.y^^Y^ Y. ''.7 :   77" 7 :'���  ^lenar  PICKED UP HEr>E ANDTHEHE-  (Jliiii'irlr of, l%ii(rluiiil:  1 7  St.Marl in's l;!ln'a-i;,li, cor. Third a.tul Ti'ain-  7or struts. SiiiuIiij-'7!i;.rvU'','s,.Mai ins nt 117a.  ui.,;Kvensiiii;:'.T.:'.lil; p. 'in; : Colnbral i(>'ii of I Inly  Com mil 11 i on. .1st .Sun'lu.v in each nion^h a nil:'  nii'.Siic-i'ial- occasions, v. Si ind ay School,'K|ih-  <Iiiy lit 7" ; p.. in. 7 Coiiiinittct'7 ".li'iitiiiiis, 71st;  Thursday:in oucli-nioiit!-.. ������'���:������'- 7  ', 77   7"  lie.-., 17 -li. Stephenson.; licet or. 7  ;.;.' St., ;Anc'r<.'vvV PrL'.-.liytoriiin Ghiiroh-hidd;  pijrvici'K'iu; .'<hc7('hiirch ;'<>n J-lccoiul " .Street..  ..yio'r.iiiu;--.servieo /lit 1,1 evcuiifu- service 7-.;it.i  Sunday School.11.J���-.tJnv.'<;t��� >s����j-:.i'>i"-V'ihe7iMorniujC7  soi-vice7     l?ev..). I'riu;;!-!;. .Minister,. 7 7 7    "-"  THEfMOTHER^ODE.  :Notice7to .the;7Rut>Iic/7  AAv.'flie^  'response; to- numerous 7wellv,*isbers  ��� -AV:'������ Continued. lron)7|i;i^e, r.'A/'. '.A  it would'seem, lo,:us that there is;no  ,rei*son why AtruAgold should .'not'be  iu: IbAArock -not;'7 cut/". by-'-."tire creek.;  ���.I.j"'this ^ (iotileiilioiV7! iliolils-;^oocl Ave  in a y-Apo t17.1 00k' ;dbr; A h >A Al riy 7 wht; V  \s'07\yiil 7 see7:one;;a)nliniious;h"i;e7bf  H t ii t \i.ii"l i'-: "TJ V i IJ^i'.r.t 1 i V'�� V VV> i't'":-:'7 Tr *^.1"1.>'"-: J^'O l-il��. V^i V-  loAMClvee;crcek7.77 -7 7777-777,, 77  y'.I . ..'������     'A    . '    -n���-P' .....   .,,���--,-',.���  '&y:M^M  777V: ;;^riie;7-palest 7:;;S  :7-:V:'7-'-7' |; :'7v7777 OU R/P.R'IC eS-;''A R;E;7 3 A RGAI N Sr-':-;;77i. V; -;;X:7 7^7 ;;7 ; .7 7;-'.  _Atiin,'.''an'd-,',.D^  B :.'*>:.  ~'M  Induction 77Services77:W:tli;;7Be  :'|AtA;A;;;He^  m   viafi^iQf  7-:7'.;,;j7:Drv*sscd;:M  ;fiijnNfA;/M  1  :   .'if  m  '���mr  stmmBmM:msMmvmmf  AAA^on^theAcfee^  ,,A.' :tbeACi.AtM : will -be sold/at' the" I0V7  .���::71o\viiigrf a tcs7sirici:ly; payable in ;id-  ���'7.'7 77(*,*ance;:7v.7'^.7. ���:������������ AAAAA:     A^'.'AA'.A ]  ;V;vM:';,^';:^^-7<J)ne..,iyeai^ -A-,  AA-A7;7-:^77'Si>AinonthsA7;:;;i. 73.0*1 YY/.YyLY.  -A "���P:-;V7;'7:.P^1'-��C;nibntlisX'7t75g'-' 7'  7P;',:7777 7y;-Q'ie:i^  77-"V:.postpaid;, tp-tlic Aiearestdbcal post-  7;7 office.' 7 To outside 'yearly- subsef ib--.  777;yers/7v50 cents,; ahd/fort; six. montlik'  7:;br; les3,-:7;25Acents:Ae:vtn-.; A Single.  .: ;A7cbrjies,7.715'-.ceiits...,.: AA A A^A;>:777.; A7,  LVBlue^Ribbou Gpffee;;is7a!)s6iutely;  7:77 pui-eAAltis' sold in all: the stores; i 11  V7-r-Atfh*:7-:^77;.'7/77o^  |A A ATKeAheaviest7 migi^  7;7i7 se;isoii;topk]ilace:bir  7 ���xvlieii.aniuulyer'of prbiiuneht people  ': 7: ������left'-.'������ A'tiiii..- for-V'the.7 Sunny south.  y'::'Y Mrs.vE7M7 N, 7"\\'oods:'.:'jinil   Miss  t     Miiniie. Milclieli . were .among  the  number.;,;. .7.-.   .' :,   .'.���.'���.- :   ;;7 .;-  777 ,  ' ''J'b/tiiose'Avith <i -'���' sweet; teotii :7'���-  .-.-,   We .have--j list' received: a ;stbck of  the.lines!.fresh .^candies', chocolates.  ^;;/ V11 e) Rev; .������ M i*7d-l iisse 117a n; ived^Mn  'tcnyir.Hhis'-.ViiVon  'nie7 ;;Rey^M.r7 7;\Vnght(bf!':\Vliite  .l-Ip'rse-ii'ccpi'VipiiiuecV/h^  7 ;^Ir7.:;RAissell77sucbeeds; ������.,;iv'.Ir.''rJobii',  Cringle ;;as-7 Pastor 7QfyStVr'Aii'di:bws'7  "'���'��� Presbs^teriai 17'i&aure! 17,: and' 5wi 117be:  iiiUnctecV'vtpiiipfi^  wilbppnduct 7th'e!;'iiiductibii/'services'?  We 7,,iirp7pleased;'.7tq7^  Russell :ta-;At!ih[aud::;Vrust:tliat7his::  life: in Atlin':riiav.;:be'atpleasaiit'oiie:  CHoicesi: :-^  i?;��'^  mlli  k4/7  ���^  YJX-J,ajU \  ^���'7^M3'ilrayHc  ,\Yo: Mimiuf.vct iivi: a full lirm of,all siiii|��lit.j.y-roii'iiirod J'l'if,:���.:;-.,::.; .7.-7 -���������S-:/.^^y:1yj    "\,',''/���,'��� -"'';', '  :'?7^v;v:7^  ' :Wi7haVL- iio��' iii'oirr shops fiji-ders .for, -TiliKJ foot  (if  I'ipe-.^iils'o  Water. Grat:cs,7,lly'lraiilic  t'iatits,- etc 777Per haps 7yoir;.ihay''���nee.<l,..>.oiiiutlt'inir  imiuudiutcly,, ti-oiii .the follow-inir '.lii'ie��".v  which7vc can ship at o n cef rf>:n stock:  /:;; '  7: : 7 , - 77 7   7 X^.:  "'77 ; ;7 7 "   ":;   '���'.' :;��� ;::"-  70Ver':ote-wirEv::;--;:;;7  liNGlNES:  H011..KKS-'  PUMPS.-.'"  ���'I*A-XS.'7777-^  'WA)W:'-,RS '���  J'l'iOAV.KliS^V  ���;-:0.Riv;CAKS;-7?'-',f.  7(i��"l-: HUCKKTS7  :7VA!,Vi-:s';' .'.17,7  :;��u!zzi-'n*s.7!;:77;77::: .;���������-.������ y-  , 1{IiT.TIKO;/?7 ,:,: 7;7 777 77,;,77,..'; ���:  [���.N'G-1X i':EKS"''i;vivlT lNOr-.:: l'td  7 A^V^COUVKK, )^Y0^j^^^-.j^0:^  "-Qpinio!?,;..!>6"i-.l\';'Rriii.Sli:; ,.V()'V'.l'"xviiier-^'-']^ ==^?=?^S=r;  ^'77;;;T1^7:;Vaneou^  -. V i-'C;-';.! '"���:.VV-?V*o<;J5"'iaoii's7***i.t; ABMSr'ROi\0..,'('&;' :.r.ip.RRiso.N,' L>?V":".V.'"^,. .^ 7':::-':';;  I rdt-i7'Pouhclcrs,; Boiler Kflakers and: Machinists., Y>y  :.-:-7;.''.;7'jK.i-:ici;'^ 'Y'YYY'Y.  :'fl  Hi  IS  71  lean.  *i7v>itai;i;-eK 7'into 'belief ihru��  Shamrock;-!!,, -will Tail  '���It:;.:-, .-the  .''^r^:jp^7:.:'��p?.;,,,..  ;:R:'.  mm  etc.  iv7 l'illinan "&;Co.  cup.77:Slie.:as7:clearly7outsailed uii-;  def:,light;:airs,7A*v,hile; the;,Columbia  demonstrated^tliVit'a  half gale siiits:  hereto 7|)er!ection.'Y Yesterday's in-  cotupletedr! race resaileclltouiprrpw  over   (iReen .luiles   out aiid vet'urn  course.,7:7.'?;;7.," .'.'''���"..-  77.   v !]--;-'-v;:  j-' "'Islander'1 inquiry 7,developing]  sensatkiuar.testiuiouy   under .vigor '  of:K.7y-/:Bbclweil,   HyC,, 'lor --Do-  lnriuou'.Goveriinieut.;.. Several -.wit-  ���ne'sse'*;'...- yesterday   and. today; dc-  c'ai e:l .Unit .Capl.,Foble; was 7 intoxi-.  cated: when:;lie   relie\;ed 7Pilbt Le-  l)laiic.'   'Investigation  "promises   to  protluce;,official: -action: towards insisting;' on   g'ieater 'precautions !>e-  ing taken' lor tlie .safet\- of passengers iu the ru.tnre. '.7   ;     ���      .  ���'���Yeiiezueluii --' ColumlVian : .afFaifs  have reached such 7a stage,7tuat  Venezuela \vi 11 ��� formally declare.; to-:  i*.;o.rrb\y.";*���'"    ,7    '": 7 - :���������..",���'-'..- -j  HHKCIA'I,- -Sepl.   '28,; 7Today's  race ivas a great  one.     Kxciiemeut i  at lever heat.     'i!he   Shamrock passed'the ilag   five  seconds   ahead of  lhe Co'.iuii'nitin, but lost on'time' nl-  ;7'7;:-..7;.,7.77':; YY:-Y^,;Y-YY.:'..-.Y-,p\sC  .   7: Comfortably Furnished7Rboms--Bythe: Day,;W  ';7V:77|v7^^-V,.:)A>1H^:iGA;N7  7-7.7 777 -. 7:,7:; .7,-. :77?; 7 - ���:. '.I., '--r. r: ai*i its'it ii a i :k, Proprietjjr.;  n;^rt;    p ;rt��� t     ���     fine,'-new.'F'our-ISo'rsa'Saratot'h leaves this ildtcl al:  i-zl^Oll   -p-l.yb-;.-:.. :: ,S|lpil,:; ii.-!!(ia.m. nndWcUii'U for AtHu.  ...  '" .Shelfiand ne'avj^^Hardwk^^i'y  '"t:w, anil Scrond   Hand   Tin and. Oj-unitc Ware, lroii- Steel.: l-'iclis, SIio\'els  YY"-    ;,;..:;,     r    Coal.-tjinnt T'ovvder, (.'ap>;, l-'usi- and Vukon Stoves.' 7  - .   tioodK   I'outtht   5ohl   nnd   C\chanr|rd,:    7    ���--;   .  /o'.:!;l.'  7' lHinuslied'rbohis7';b   reiH:-I:apply  .: Hotel Noi'thtrn., -.7.7:.-':-:';;7 ���<-,...   7  ������'7--',-Mr.vi3Uriick,',pf-\Uie',;-Sunris'e7Cp:.,.  left; for lu'mie. on Thursday's, hoaL.  7  i-or; -lounges,  and ^mattresses, gt\  to J. 1).' Durie, r.exf ��� lo -Kirkland.  ...'Hotel, :;Atliii, ;; ,'".���; ;Y. Y.  ..Fresh fruits and vegetables; arrive"  -'���.'"'on every steamer:ibrK7.1;.Pilliuan  .,&:CoZ-yy;':.T}\:^      ���"������" ������"'��� '"'=��� -.'  Placer .."���Act,'. 1901.,   consolidated,  for sale, at. tliis office.' :,....'  It is reqifssted that all accounts  due. the-undersigned be settled not  .latervthan this evening' and all  accounts against "vis must be prc:  se-'tcd at the office^of Dr. li. !<;.  \'oung, corner of Pearl and Third  : streets, today.  : ,  "'. F. K.' McFkui.v, & Co.  :Avoid,all aches and pains by iak- ��� lowance.  ing a T'hernia!    l.-alli   at   the "Troy  Laundry. -     .  There is more  solid , com fort in a | ' __.  Clipoi -Mine    Ribbon    Twi   than  iu a.: " Koci; iik Aui:s"   Minrrul   Claim,   situated  gallon of most beverages'. 7       ut Discovery (:unip. Pine Creek.  :���"().  H." vliocoknes   at   Dockrill :T" ���'��� "' ��1a'-''*''����''"��'���������'���"���"'i ��"��� aok'nt.h.  ,,     ,,   , , ��� 7 . ,    AilKNTr- : ��� " ,  v\*> ���noiirne .'������. i,    , .''.','.  !T   tin- iiiiiici-Mjjiied,   \\.  (i.  .u'.ti.'liell, ��� part '  -Tc   U'liO'll    IT     '"���.''AV     Cc.NOlCK-X : j   '   owner of tho abovo miiieral cluiiu. here- j  K:-iow   al! anen-! b\  iiial  V'.'C, Till-:   ATI.JA;   CLAIM  Tui;- ; hereby. riHiuest.the ,ni��l.l. H. Mallulnn tocon-  !.isii.!xc Co.. liave - iunv on iianda iV'1'"1' '!is u!'.'"'(1 of',h" ��toPM,,,l-,lt ��� wo,'l!  1 done on tnf said  claini, vi>-..: Two ycixi-s'us-I-"' r" 7  -.--..������.������  till!  iilld '-���Oin])l.c;!:e Slock   oi Cummer- ."si.ustne.ut  work  and "survi-.v. from May 22nd.!        jn.v V1' jn   nnr*,*r*>r>   3 U /P\ ''fP IP 'I   '  cud    Suilionev, , and   thai   we   are i 'f .������".���^���..ith.-r .M.:ti,, sun, ,r ��r,o.  uii.os-,.|      f\\\\fr . | |^|'<: ||| j f^j  ! the said niU'junt  be paid  to ine ou or before, ���        "*  -u-L<1'->     -' ''��� \ ** *���������'   -It^   AJl*^*  jiT'C". i;irr.*f! to .:-\ecn.t.��:-l!l    orders  With i the 7th day of Dcm-mber n'e.\t .1shidl procivjd i  ';*���.���';!! in>:. '-ailtl drSpalcll j'iu<-lcr. aiul by virtue, of, the powers conferred ]  ���  ' "    "'   '' ' ' j by fwetioii I />l'; the "I'ini'rnl Aiiirsn.duioiit Act.  1'lacer.   Act,   1901,   consolidated, ! I'm^rei't-'uiiutr ���SecUon, 11  of Cap. ���15 of tho  d   1-aarUVniit h\  Yr.-M  7*1  II  M  hi  ^IM��EK  ..���'.':.;::/,���;;;'FRESH; MEATS7AL.WAYSVON7HAND7 '7W^y  Pish.; - 7 Gam��; in   season and. :;homc . mat!e    Sausage.  ." "'.-;��� :NuKTi-IKKK MoTKl7:Bt; I -1.1)1 NO,.   ;Fl RST' STI'IVkt.'-;,::  ���'���fi.-K.-ll.ivKS.-'  'llggei'iitie!  ;      Discovery.  OPHNDay and nicht,  M  II  ���w  m  ri'RST-Cl.ASS.Rl'S^'ACRANT  ,    7": VIa ������" .   '������ -  CON'NPXTION.  1 Icailuna rters >"r Mnlmpr & ParriittVutaKc,  ri heroicil������';. ~- : 'Vapc )ii 1  ;  (;^  Troy- iMm&vykMh ;SoHse -��� 1  m  m  m  THE   IRVING   KOT:ELt  Pino Ciiy, 53. C.  .   I.iil-i- St., lii-v. Kant anil Wiits;>n'A\ r.  -   Ciiff'iN. Prop.  : wB ���gJ'.pamton, :'���  I .   ���   ' N'OTAKV   I'l.-lll.lC.  OI'TKIK:  -Pi'iirl Sri-cct. opp.  Post i.'hii-c.  | All tfiinats   at PfSmimg Pss&ars  ��� ���'������Scvi'iiil   ycary'   practical I'.vprr'p'ii -c..-'--.  ,i "'"'7��'"���   I  Mi  m  m  ���:^ ;,    Notice....  SjO'l'ICfrJ is7, luM'..|i.^jyhj|.ii  t,hiit  'the   Atlin-  Ruljiy   llydi-niilic   'L\jiiii��t'H.i,1('oiiip!iiiy.. of .   j Jij:  ;. .   . . , , .Has the Best Kquipped liar. ,    |;7cv.-.i.'ivcy. Kino.. i-MJayhc r^poi.siidcjfor'  life  'he--*'"- nre-'Cnt*'   : 1'*v,rlv'-' "u,:,>- "ut* ; iliovc-name dj. II. ��;.al- I                                                   l     ' '.     ..���.-���'.'-     ' i nyih'htsjor.liiiltilitu-s jnciirrcil hy P'.iul  W, \'m  '���'    /'- ;      '\      '"' i lahni, or other his A���'i>nt cir A-eiits, that I do j 'I'1"' MoT'otmlil   Kntni-taiuinciir,   Mall in (Jon-;, Haw. in t'l'u-iiyiiuii.- oi'!<aluu'\vLc, aud  tjuit'�����' U-ta  tinntinn.                                    I tjic said "Paid  W.   Law! iuiv.'lioitiut horily to "'"  i .  li... McDoNAl.P, Prop.  ii'-t For t-h<> t!o!iipxu|T..i-'i *tu.V wa'.vwhntisvcr.  *i ':-.'"   "i! -I. II. |'i.'.:mi:;'<!, liin-i-'nr.  \   "1/1' '���' B^'i!HS  {or s;*le al tins ��6r><*����.- ' ; ��� A,tl���. ��. r.;Snirt .���,,, m.  iV. (./. Mm'iiF-.u.,,  ",t*:- '--'.'-u  discover v.-a. c:  Finest of liquors.      Good slab'.iug  (Co. S.',Nli:-j.  I'rivoii.'.-toi;..  ���>��  v05�� 'HAl^BKR SHOP        '  (ft  i   :^..'!y..y. " '} .. ��� ���' r.  ���    m  .!.'.! XU  , !Now (J'^vup^ i iji'i i- m.',tv iiiiai't vi's ni'^t  i iio tlii'-rJniiU.O'C H. N'. A.'. Kirsl- Stri'ot  I  J 'I'liij InitirVu'uiiMUi'c* cuiimII';.' as jfiiod in- loum'     I j/iiji  ]. -1,|. i.:'tj��,s.   'Private   KnVVani'i- fyy IijiI'ms. \ W%1  J  !! ���    S ,-���'������ ' ���-���     -.   km  77*1*7*  *-,ryri'ff.-.'l!,i;;,Vf'i*'ff!T**'  c:v  raaaaHS-HSnRM  /,  '��-?���  ;.-������ i,  -2C  ;%.  M  m

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