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THE GREATEST GOLD DISTRICT ON EARTH."
Gold Mining $5,000,000 Development Company
J. EDWARD ADDICKS, PRESIDENT, CLAYMONT, DELAWARE.
Auditor Manhattan R. R., New York City.
66 Broadway, New York City, Harrison Building, Philadelphia.
Vice-President First National Bank, Seattle.
& Valley R. R., Cleveland. CHARLES H. KITTINGER, 66 Broadway, New York,
Harrison Building, Philadelphia. HON. JOHN LAUGHLIN, Ex-State Senator, New York,
Laughlin, Ewell & Haupt, Attorneys-at-Law, Buffalo.
THIS COMPANY is formed to explore and develop the GOLD FIELDS of British Columbia, including the Cariboo District and the Klondike District at the headwaters of the Yukon River. Shares of its Capital Stock are offered to the public at par-$1.00 per share. The Company has placed exploring parties in the Gold Regions, and now has its own Agents in this marvelously rich field. Each party is in charge of mining engineers, fully equipped for successful discovery and development.
Prospectus and additional information furnished, and subscriptions to stock received at office of
J. EDWARD ADDICKS, Harrison Building,
1500 Market St,, Philadelphia.
A COMPLETE ACCOUNT TO DATE
ITS HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, MINERAL AND OTHER
MEANS OF ACCESS
“KNOCKING 'ROUND THE ROCKIES " THE CREST OF THE CONTINENT,"
Co.'s “GUIDE BOOKS."
CHICAGO AND NEW YORK:
Bullion Safe Gold
Shares... $1.00 each
Mines on the Yukon.
Mines on the Blue River.
This Company owns 160 acres of Gold-bear-
taining many millions of value.
will be sold at one dollar each.
W. L. BOYD & Co., 6 WALL STREET,
Copyright, 1897, by Rand, McNally & Co.
To make “a book about the Klondike” so shortly after that word first burst upon the ears of a surprised world, would be the height of literary impudence, considering how remote and incommunicado that region is, were it not the public is intensly curious to know whatever can be said authentically in regard to it. "The Klondike," it must be remembered, is, in reality, a very limited district-only one small river valley in a gold-bearing territory twice as large as New England; and it came into prominence so recently that there is really little to tell in respect to it because nothing has had time to happen and be communicated to the outside world. But in its neighborhood, and far north and south of it, are other auriferous rivers, creeks and bars, and mountains filled with untried quartz-ledges, in respect to which information has been accumulating for some years, and where at any moment "strikes” may be made that shall equal or eclipse the wealth of the Klondike placers. It is possible, then, to give here much valuable information in