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GATEWAY PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Dollar per Month: Ten Centsa Copy 8EVVARI), ALASKA. NOV. <>. 1908 HANSEN AND WIEE ACQUITTED Unga People Charged With Criminal Negligence Returning- to Their Home. Andrew Hansen and wih , of Unaa, have been acquitted in tin4 district! court of the charge of criminal neir- i licence, and were passengers on the Bertha going west ward, Last spring Mr. and Mrs. Hansen went froiv. their home in l nga and left a little child in charge of their older daughter. Tliey were detained; from home longer than they had an ticipated,, and the child died in their ] absence. A charge of criminal neglect , was brought against Mr. and Mrs. | Hansen, the diughter being held as the principal witne ' fit ^ y taken before (dommissiono r Oritheld and the case was then sent to the dis trict court. Their acquittal resulted. The Bertha arrived la>i night at h o’clock, and sailed two hours later for; Seldovia. Site expects to make Soldo via and return in thirty-six hours. K. \V. Scott. Guy r. Groat, Litas. Steen, j and Harry Malone were among the passengers for Seward. Tom Jones \mis yesterday brought before Commissioner Reed on a charge of having no visible means of support. He is also suffering from partial pa ralysis. The judge fined him and costs. Jones will serve out his sen tence in jail. Steamer Yucatan left Cordova at 10 o'clock this morning and i> due at Valdez at o this evening. _ SLWAlil) S.UVitWS Bertha: sailed for Seldovia 5th. Yucatan; sailed from Seattle 1st. Dora; sailed for Unalaska 17th. Pennsylvania; in Seattle. Portland; in Seattle. Santa Clara; sailed for Seattle 4th. Meet me at the Branch. * __ DAILY YVtAlRtH IILPORI Temperature at 2 p in.22 Maximum since midnight. 25 Minimum since midnight. 20 j Barometer at 2 p. m.20.00 Cloudy. ; You can ^*et anything in the dru<; line at the Seward Drug Co. * —mmmm————i J. L. REED i | LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC SEWARD, - ALASKA. J. A. BAUGHMAN PHYSICIAN and SURGEON City office: Owl Drugstore. pCome office: Up stairs in Richard building Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. S, PATENT No. 010. U. S. Land Ofllce, Juneau, Alaska. July 8. 1008. NOTICE is hereby given that Louis Ureen haum. whose t>ostohU*e address is San E ran cis co. California. b\ (\ A. Fletcher, his attorney in fact, has made application for a United States Patent for the Lode Mining Claim composed of the Columbia Lode, Bertha Lode, Liberty Lode, Kodiak Lode and Union Lode, the* said lodes being contiguous, and being respectively Min eral Surveys Vos. 200, 300, 301, 303 and 301. situa ted in the Untra Mining District. Alaska, and more particularly described as follows: COr.UMHIA 1.ODE—SURVEY NO. Beginning at corner No. 1. identical with cor ner No. 4 of survey No. 301, whence U. S. Ki t era Monument No. 3 hears south 42 deg. U min. we^t 7781 7 feet distant; thence North U deg. 00min. west 300 fret to corner No. 2. inden tical with corner No. 3 of survey No. 301. a post marked S. 200 No. 2: thence north 72 deg. 00 min. east 312 feet across tramway i440 feet to Wit ness comer at high water mark of Squaw harbor. 1500 fret to corner No 3: thence south 18 deg. (X) min. east 72 feet at high water mark Squaw Harbor. 3iX) feet to corner No. 4 at intersection of lode line tux) feet to corner No. 5: thence south 72 deg. (X) min. west 1500 feet to corner No. 0. whence N. E. corner of quart/mill hears south 0 deg. 30 min east 85 feet distant; thence north 18 dog. (X) min. west 150 feet across tram way 300 feet to corner No. 1. the place of begin ning. Area. 20.001 a errs. Variation 20 deg. 35 min. east. Expressly excluding and excepting that por tion of said Columbia claim lying on the tide land at the N. E. corner No. 3. in area .0054 acres. BERTH Y LODE- SURVEY NO. .WO. Beginning at comer No. t. at intersection of lode line and S. W. end line of Bertha Lode on east slept* of mountain, in alders, whence 1". S. Mineral Monument No. 3 hears south 2 deg. 28 min. west *'t>53 feet distant, a post marked S. 300 No. I: thence north 18 deg. eo min. west 3*x) feet to corner No. 2. a post marked S 300 No. 11: thence north 55 deg. 45 min. east.710 feet to creek 15o» feet to corner No. 3 identical with corner No. 2 of Kodiak Lode, survey No. 303. a post marked S. 300 No. Ill: thence south 18 deg. oo min. cast 300 feet to corner vo. 4. identical with corner No. 1 of sur vey No. 303. tXX) feet to corner No. 5. identical with corner Vo. 0 of survey No. 303. a post marked S. 300 No. V: thence south 55 deg. 15 min. west 1000 feet to creek. 1500 feet to corner No. 0. a p«>m marked S. 3<x) No. 0. whence Min eral Monument No. Shears south 5 deg. <X) nnn. west 2374 fe<*t distant: thence North 18 deg. ixi min. wt st 3tx) feet to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Area. 10.835 acres. Variation at all corners. 20 deg. 35 min. east. LIBERTY LODE- SURVEY NO. W1 Be«rinnin<r at corner no. 1. identical with corner No 1 of Union Lode, survey No. 304. whence TT. S. Mineral Monument No. 3 hears south 38 de,*r. oo min west 6382 feet distant; thence north 18 de*. 00 min. west 300 feet to corner No. 2. a post marked S. 301 No. II; thence north. 60 dejr. 30 hi»o. iron feet to corner No. 3. a post marked S. 304 No. Ill: thence south 18 dejr. 00 , min. c;wt 300 feet to corner No. 4. identical with comer No. 1 of survey No. 209. Columbia Lode, 150 teot across tramway. 600 feet to corner I No. 5. identical with corner No, Oof survey no. ; 299. a post marked S. 301 No. 5: whence N. E. < corner of nu. ‘1/ mill bears south 6 de>f, 30 mill, earls’) feet distant; thence south 60rietr. 30 min. west 85 ieet rcross tramway 950 feet across Lv.uiv.av 1500feet tocorner No. 6. identical with co. oer No. 5 of survey No. 304 on south slope of bill 15 feet below railrord track, a post marked S. 301 No. Vi; thence north 18 decrees 00 min. west 3C0 ieet to cornor No. 1, the place of be [zinoin*/. Area. 20.216 acres. j Variation. 20dejr. 35 min. east. KODIAK LODE—SURVEY NO. Ml. Bejrionimr at corner 1. identical with corner! No. 4 of survey No. 3oo. whence XT. S. Mineral: Monument No. 3. hears south 2i detr. lo min. ] west3145.6 feet, distant: thence north 18 deer, oo , min. west 3oo feet to corner No. 2. identical with j corner No. 3 of survey No. 3oo: thence north | .V) deer. 45 min. east i5oo feet to corner No. 3. j inenrical vbh coroe*- No. 2 of Union Lode, sur vey No. So■*: thence south 18 deer, oo min. east! 3oo feet to corner No. 4. 6oo feet to corner No. j f>. identical with corner No. 6 of survey No. 304; | thence south 55 dc*r. 45 min. west 15oofeetto corner No. t> identical with corner No. 5 of sur vev No. r»oo: thence north 18 detr. oo min. west 1 3oo feet to corner No. 1. the place of betrinnimr. , Area. in.S35 acres. Variation 2o detr. 35 min. east. UNION LODE—SURVEY NO. 304. Beginning at corner No. 1, at intersection of ; lode line and S. W. end line, identical with cor ner No. 3 of survey No Soft, whence U. S Mineral i Monument No. 3 bears south 3o deg. 52 min. \ west 5o54 feet distant; thence north 18 deg. oo n>in. west 8oo feet to corner No. 2, identical with corner No. 3 of survey No. 3o3. a post marked S. | 50 1 No. II; thence north 62 deg. So min. east l5oo j feet to corner No. 3, identical with corner No. 2 of Liberty Lode, survey No. So!, a post marked S. 3o4 No. 3; thence south 18 deg. oo min. east ;'oo feet to corner No. 4, identical with corner No. 1 of survey No. Sol. at intersection of lode hne. 6oo feet to corner No. 5. identical with cor ner No. 6 of survey No Sol, whence shaft bears vest 455 feet and winze of tunnel No. 2 bears south 8o deg. oo min, west 635 feet distant, tunnel No. 1 hears south 67 deg. oo min. west 51 o feet distant, a i>ost marked S. 3o4 No. 5; thence south 62 deg. 30 min. west 62o feet to a point 2o feet below the S. E. corner, of black smith shop by mouth of tunnel. 15oo feet to corner No. 6, identical with corner No. 5 of sur vey No. 3o3, a post marked S. 3o4 No. VI; thence north 18 deg. oo min. westSoo feel to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Area. 2o.377 acres. Variation. 2o deg. 35 min. east. The several notices of locations and. re-loca tions of the different claims are as follows: Those of the Columbia Lode are of record on the Unga Mining District records, designating I SUSITNA STATION For the information of the many prospectors now planning to enter the Valdez Creek Min ing |District, and the creeks tributary to ihe Yentnajriver during the coming winter, via the S WARD-SUSITNA ROL 7E [The only practical Winter Route from the Outside to the Susitna Valley and the Valdez Creek Mining Diitrict] the M ska Commercial Company wishes to state that thev are now prepared to supply the rap idly incr. asing trade of the District from the large stock of Merchandise which they are car rying at Susitna Station. THE ALASKA TRANSFER CHRISTIENSEN &. LAUBNER. Proprietors Pianos and Safes Moved Give us your orders tor Coal ot vvood General Forwarders PHONE MAIN Seward. Alaska ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS Seattif-Valdez-Sewani Rente-Direct Service viTP A'T'A XT Sails from Seattle Nov. 1: returning Oil • I U i iAlN sails from Seward Nov. 8. *Str PENNSYLVANIA *£ rclu,n""-'s“'ls Str. SANTA CLARA JSStiSZSr- * * Connects with S. S. Dora Alaska Peninsula Route Ctr ‘‘HOD V** Sails from Seward 15th of each month for Unalaska, and way ports oil • IJUK A Returnimr due in Seward 5th of following month. ji^All sailings subject to change without notice JOHN H. BUNCH, F. & P. A., Pier One. Seattle said claim under the following names, to-wit: Name Date When and Where Recorded Ounalaska, July 24. 1887, July 30, 18s;, Book A, 11). 57. Ounalaska, Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1,1892, Book B, i> 55. Ounalaska Jan. 1, 1894, .lan. 1. 1891, ^ B, P.89. Columbia. Jan. 1, 1890. Jan. 1. 1890, B p. 115. Those of the Bertha Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded. Trio. Aug, 4. 1887, Aug. 11, 1887, Book A. p, 83. Trio. Jan. 1. 1892, Jan. 1,1892. “ B, p. 60. Bertha. Jan. 1,1896, Jan. 1, 1896. B, p. 120. Those of the Liberty Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded., Gildea. July 21. 1887. July 30.1887. Book A, p. 58. Gildea. Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1. 1892. “ B, p. 56. Gildea. Jan. 1. 1894. Jan. 1. 1891, B, p. 90. Liberty. Jan. 1,1896. Jan. 1. 1896, * B. p. 117. Those of the Kodiak Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded. Mocking Bird. July 29, 1887, Aug. 10, 1887. Book [ A. p. 63. Mocking Bird, Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1, 1892, Book B. Ip. 58. Mocking Bird. Jan. 1.1894. Jan. 1,1894, Book B. [p. 92. Kodiak, Jan, 1,1896, Jan. 1, 1896. Book B, p. 118. Those of the Union Lode are as follows: Name Date, When and where Recorded. Beowa, July 24. 1887, July 30 P87, Book A. p, 59. Beowa, Jan. 1. 1892. Jan. 1, 1892. " B. p. 57. Beowa. Jan. 1. 1894, Jan. 1, 1894. " H. p. 91. Union. Jan. 1. 1895, Jan. 1. 1895, “ B, p. 117. Said group of contiguous claims extend from Squaw Harbor along the range of hills to with in half a mile of the divide between Salmon creek and Squaw Harbor, and are what is known as the Bruce Lode or Vein. There are no known adjoining claims. Any and all i»ersons claiming adversely the mining ground, vein, lode or premises, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted and applied for, are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly tiled according to law and the regulations thereunder within the time prescribed by law, with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Othce at Juneau, Alaska, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statutes. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the forego ing notice be published for i*.*e s.itutory period in the Seward Gateway a dally newspaper printed at Seward, Alaska. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. First publication, July 27, 1908.