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JOHS W, TROY, EDITOR fOWN A JKNSKN, ? * PCBU9HKRS "T>)e?koa? Mo. if. ?rracmrpnoN iutm om ?Mk. a?ur?r?i by cam?r .?.? >ma month, by mfctl 4 I rknt month*, by rat II ?tx months, hy m*n - ** m by ?*U *"* HIT HILL HARD That was a bitter pill the democrats of New York gave Hill to swallow when the; put him on the platform a' the Saratoga convention for the pur pose of placing Supreme Court Justice D. t'ady Herrick in nomination for gov* ernor of the Empire state. Judge Mer rick has probably been the most bitter of the implacable enemies of Hill in the state, and it is very likely that when the latter agreed to keep his hands out of the governorship tight and to assist in the campaign for whomever might be decided upon that he did not have the Albany jurist in mind. Judge Herrick was for many years the demo cratic leader in Albiny county. He was a member of the old guard whicli received its training under Daniel Man ning and which always was ready to die in the last ditch for C'eveland. Fran cis Burton Harrison, son of the author ess and Tammany congressman fron New York city, was the democra'ic nominee for lieutenant governor Whik Uie ticket is probab'y not so strong j as would l>e one with Shepard, or Ca\ nor. or r.nmont for governor, yet it is so far be'ter than could have been honed from a Hill ridden state, that it will make New York |H>lit it - mighty interesting from now until November s. It is now up to the business men. property owners ami water consumers of the city to make the city wati-r plant a self-sustaining investment. The city has about completed the work of pro viding a first-class system that will af ford ample tire protection to thccit\ from one end to the other and all the water that can be consumed forilorm s tic anil manufacturing purpt ^es. It i now the duty of the |>eople toilo their part and to give their patronage to the plant. The enterprise was conceived in a spirit that was hiirh v jutrU "ic and one that was entirely in the inter est of the people. Let it meet wi-h that encouragement which the under taking merits. Ia a few days the people will begin j to reaD the benefit of the wi^lom of th?- 1 city council in establishing a municipal water system. The water will b turned on from the spring at Twentieth avenue this week? probably Thursday After a day or two. the water will bo ready for use. Mayor Ballinger, of Seattle. 's trying his hand at runniug the police force of the city. Chief Delaney is out of town, and the mayor, apparently, refuses to trust any of his subordinates and spend most of his time giving orders in th< po ice department. The efforts of Canadian trades union to keep skilled laborers from coming to that country from Kugland is too much like the trust methods to become pop ular. Canada needs immigration more than anvthing else and there is no cla? of people whose acquisition would be better for Canada than the trad - union members of Ureal Britain. SETTLE IT City hikI Water Company Come to Terms The Northwest Light & Power Corn Cam and the city council settled the differences between them over the old hills last night. Settlement was made no the i>asis of the citv's contentions at all (oiuts. The differences between the water company and the city lugan last winter when the water people no tified the city that ,it would have to have #75 |>er year per hydrant in the future for water rent. The city refused to pay it and the water company refus ed to consider any other basis of settle ment, and l>eginning with March l.Jit began tiling monthly bills for hydrant rental on that charge. The bills were , not paid. The water company agreed with the tire and water comiltee of the council for a settlement for the months of March, April, May, June, Jnly aDd August at the rate of #25 per jear per hydrant, after deducting for the time the company was unable to supply water and for the time the hy drants were frozen. On that basis the bills were paid last night and a dis agreeable matter gotten out of the way. The city clerk reported last night that the city funds only contained mon et as follow s: gen?ral fjnd, f320.82; fire, &>?i2 ;>7; street, 9581.41. About to ison dei>osit with the court for li censes that have not been approved yet, and which, it is believed will be come available about October 15. It was decided that the remainder of the bills for the water system must lie paid for by the money subscribed by the citizens. Chairman Shaw of the city jt'diciary com.uittee reported that suit had begun in the commissioner's court against people for delinquent taxes. It was decided that an attorney would not be required in the matter as the citv at torney "hud had complaints printed and they were simply filled in with the names of the delinquents and tiled. A request of S. H. Yeomans to use 7 or * inch? > o. the sidewalk in repairing the warehouse formerly occupied by Frank BUhoprick was referred to the committee of public works and public prop rty. The same committee was authorized to ha\ some filling done on State street, made necessary to insure pro tection to the city water works. The city ;<?es-or said the assessment rol s of the city will be ready for the boaru ol ?qiialization which will meet next Monday. All the councilmen were present at the meetiug except Mayor Keller and Mr. Kalera. GOOD NEWS Many Alaska Re d?r? Havt H?*id I* and Pr< fit*d Thereby "Good news travels fast" and the tho i-.inds 6f bad bacK suffers in Alaska an; triad to 'earn that prompt relief is ? ir.bin their r? aeh. Many a larae. weak and aching back is bid no m >re. tlia iks to I H> n's Kidney t'ills. The cured jre telliag the ifood news o' their ex |>erience w ih the Old junker Ketnedy. H- re i? an example worth reading: George T. Kane, painter and paper hat _'cr. who lives at Ulo Adams street, Olvinpia. Wash., >ays: "l am a i ainter b ? tra.tv and every summer when at work I exper enced asevere attack of k d: y trouble, the oils, p.int and tur pentine no doubt having something lo do ? ith it. This has been recurring for the past several years. 1 had heavy be;- ri- down pains through my loins and ? hen I stoop, d 1 could hardly s'raijfh en up again. 1 could not rest comfortably at night and aros-j tired and unrefreshed in the morning. 1 he kidney * cretions became unnatural ?ud Irn gular, *cd were accom pained with a sensation of burning and .-calding Seeing J'oan's Kidney Pills advertised 1 sent 'or a box and felt relief after the first few doses. In a short time I was throughly freed from my old trouble." For sale by all dealers. Prices!) cents. Fost. r? Mllburn Co., Bulfjlo, New Voik, -o!e sgents for United States. Remember the name ? Doan's ? and take no ther. Canadian Pacific Ry. Co/ Dlreot 8ervIoe, No Intermediate Call. to Vancouver Victoria Transferring to Seattle No Extra Charge OCT. 1 SEPT. 26 j RmilinR ?t G p.m. 1 1 For Speed, Comfort, Service and J J Appointment These Twin Screw J ? Steamers Cannot, be Equaled. For j J Information Write or Apply to ( | H. B.bUNN . A*t? SKAOWAT ] jxs?ix#?iixix?4n?xs'i ? ' ? C hamb?rluin'? CohrIi R< m*dy This is a medicine of great worth and merit. Try it when yo i have a cough or cold and you are certain to b pleased wi h the qirc< relief it affords It is pleasant to take and can al v ?xs be depended upon. For sale by the Kelly Drug Co. MINERAL APPLICATION, *0. 44. Survey.'Xo. 627. United States Land Office, Juneau, Alaska. August ll?, i9o4. Notice is hereby given, that, in persimnce of tne act of Congress, approved May u;h. Is72, J. K, baloney, wbow postoffice address is Juneau, Alaska, and as the attorney, in fact, of "Sam iilum. has made application for a patent f. r nineteen and two hundred and thirty eight one-thousHndtfi ucres, on the Chief Placer Claim, situated in the Porcupine Miniug r?is trict. District of Alaska, and described by the official plat herewith posted mid by the field notes on file iu the office of the Kegister of Juneau Land Dis'rict.of Alaska, as follows, viz; FIELD NOTES OF MINKKAL SURVEY, NO. 627, Chief PlAcer Claim. Begi tning at corner Nn. 1. a hemlock |?ost 4 inches square, shotting 3U iuches at*ove ground, in mound of stone, scribed U. >. S. 0-7 on on side faciug claim. said coiner is identical with local ion corner and corner No. 1, Discov ery Claim, U, S. S. 571. from which corner. U. S. L M, No. ? beats V 11 deg. 37' K , 6179.7 feet, theuce S. .'O (leg .05* \V, var. JO dec. M E., along line 12. survey No. 571. 443.U0 feet, center of nlacer workings 110* l < x> feet extending N. 2f>deg. \V lu feet a d S 25 deg. E. ;0 feet; K"-<x feet, rro-s tr?,i:. course north ; S4O.0 feet to corner No. Iden tical with location corner and corner No. 2, Dis covery, U S S. 574, a hemlock post , inches squne showing ft) in-, hes above ground in mound of stone.marked I", s. 3,6^ 2 on >.'!?? facing claim, from which a hemlock tree U' inches indimueter bears S. 1 J deg. 2o W.4 2 f< disiaut; a hem lock stump bears S.SI d( . . 4(? k, ?i?. feet dis tant. each blazed and .?* ribed S i.>'7-2-H T. ; Iheuce S 17 deg. 5 i' \V, var 0 dig. M K. al -ng Hue 2-3 survey .so. 6.1. s?.00 leoi crov trail course N.^Odeg E. and S. ?'*' i W. trail : het wide. 6ii.7 feet to corner No identical with location and corner No. 3, discovery I S. S.574, a hemlock post -4 iuches Mjuar*, showing ? o inches above ground. in mound of st ?ne mvrked U. S. S. *V27?3 on side fa lug ciaiin, from which a hemlock tree 36 inches diame er bears N, 7.r? deg. 00 \V 3s feet dbtant, bla d and sv.rib.xl i?4-& r,;(MM - n d | U B.( rai )0 deg. 64' E, IsO.oo leet cross trail 3 itet wide, course N. 20 deg. K <?00.00 feet cornet No. 4; idontical with location corner: a hemlock post ?I ieet long, 4 in. aq set is Inches in the pound, with mound of sioue, scribed U. S. S. 627 4. from which corner a spruce tree 4 feet in di ameter bears N. 24 deg. W., ;.i'. feet; a hem lock tree Is inches in diameter, bears s. ;.'J deg. 20 E. 33.5 feet, each bia/ed and scribed U. S. S. bK-4 B. T, ; thence N. 17 d?g 52 K, \ar. 0 deg. 54 E.. 611.7 feet to corner No. . identic al with location corner, A spruce p ?st l leet long, 4 iuches square, set is incnes In the ground, with mound of stone, scribed U. s. s. 627-5, from which corner a hemlock tree lu In chss in diameter bears N, 60 deg. K. 11 feet; a hemlock tree s inches in (Um meter bear- N. 7. deg. 10 W. 12.3 feei, each blazed an I scribed U. S S. 627-6* H. T ; thence N. 50 deg. 06* K \ar. ?>u deg. 54' 11. Slo.06 te t to vomer No. 0. identical with location corner. A hemlock post 4 feet ion*, 1 in. square, set is iuches in the groun 1. with mound of stone, scribed t'. S. S 627-' , from which a hem* lock tr?e I4 inchcs iu diameter bears N. 6> deg W. 7 ieet.; a hemlock tree 3 l? et iu diameter bears N. >3 deg. E., e*ch blazed and scribed U S. S, 627 6-B. T., center of southeasterly ( ud of placer workings .OxsxloO Ieet, bears N,67 d?g. \V. l.'S feet, thence running N. o deg. W. i5j feet; thence N. 53 deg.,2u* NV , var. 30 deg., ?i' K. 480.00 feet cross trail 3 feci wide, course S. 2-> deg W. 600.00 feet to o^rne. >o. 1. the place 01 beginning ; containing an area oi 10.23S acres. The above claim adjoins on the northwest the Discovery Placer Claim, U S. Survey N'. 571, ou all other" sides by vacant ground, or unknown placer claims. 1 he location n< tiCQ <>f this plac er claim recorded In Volume "A. ci p?ge 173, M ning Locations of the record.- oi Skagway Re Cording District. atSkagwuy. Alaska. Any and a|l persons claiming a tversely any portion of the above described premises are re quired to file their adverse claim witu the Register of the United States Laud Office at luneau. Alaska, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute JOHN W, DUDLEY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published for the statutory period in the Daily Alaskan, a daily newspaper published at skagway. Alaska JOHN W. DUDLEY, Reghter. ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS AT EASTERN PRICES Coats. Capes, Caps. Boas, Muffs'. Gloves. Robes and Rugs of all Kinds Goods made to order of genuine Alaska furs, natural color. Raw bear skins, etc., made into rugs to order. CHAS. R. WINTHR, The Furrier. Brnea\wDePot ' mmmm iapg.~-gy,r:r? jmh* imw- ? m.T:. 1 .'.r ics: iii? 1 1 mi hi? ?? MmnriTWBirirT~T~ OUR FALL and WINTER STOCK OF Ladies'Coats and Raglans and Misses' Jackets in the Very Latest Styles .and Up?to-Date Effects. Our New Line ol FALL and WINTER SKIRTS Are on Display and a Visit to Our New Store Will More Than Repay You MARTIN CONWAY The Independent Steamer "CASCA" The Casca is the Most Comfortable, I Jest Equipped anil Fastest Boat on the Whiteh'jrse-IJawson Hun. Parties purchasing tickets from us will be protected on the through rate. VV. A. i .AN ?> 1 E, Manager. J. O. Johnston, Whitehorse Agent, Office \VinJsor Hotel. MOORES WHRRF CO. Termltiug W. P. & Y. Route * All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drck REGULATIONS I902 j. Warehouses "pen for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p.m. i Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. ? All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompaoied by a ; Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. S. customs ? office) and must be delivered before 5 p m. No freight will be re ceived on wharf after this hour. BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Checked Baggage Only. No charge for bags and grips when unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer is nearing doclc arid will be opeoedonly when passengers have disembarked. Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. P. O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. *-* ?-ii - i kvv^%xvv^.nit*v^'vvv,vv*vv?**'. ET US i F Show | You I Our Splendid Line Of jf \ China Closets- Buffets, Sideboards and \ / Chiffoniers \ I his Week We Otter them At Greatly [ Reduced Prices that Wilt Sell lliem 1 E. R. PEOPLES | ?Amwwwwwvwvvw ? < ' ? Headquarters for Yukon Travellers j a Totem | JACK PHELPS, Prop. I Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars j ????????< /? ?i New Management :? the Cj Sullivan & Flaherty ;? The Best Brands of Liquors & Cigars 3 Sa^^vv*vvv^wcvxwiwivvin\ ?.v.v.vv.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.! fe> ? /-,?( j /^Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED. SAFETY. COMRORT Si attle, 1'uRet Found, Sac Francisco and Southern Porta C ARRYING U. 8. MAIL City of Seattle ? Sept. 27 Direct to Seattle HUMBOLDT - - - SEPT. 30 Via Victoria | COTTAGE CITY - . - OCT. 2 Via Vancouver Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notice. L M. WEST, Agent PHONE SO C. D. DUNA N, Gen Pass. Agt 10 Market Ptrect. San Franclaco, Cal. The Alaska Steamship Co. Carrying U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express Next Sailing: of the Fast Passenger Steamer DOLPHIN, Oct 4 JEFFERSON Spt29 The Dolphin maintains a schedule of 75 hour* between Skagnav and Seattle DIRIGO About Sept. 30 FARALLON. About Oct 6 Transfers to Victoria aad Vancouver Without Additional Charge [ K A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone 66 ?x^;^^iixsx?x!?xsx?s!x5xe???sxs^^ ^ iwsw ;j.*^* .?w^?ww?xixs(sxsxsi^ i F. Wolland, j I MERCHANT TAILOR Corner State Street and Fifth Avenu* I Telephone No. 76 w.Y.Y.Y...v.r.Y.T.r.T.TrTr.Y.Y.T.r?r.rt?<r?lIHD? I HAVE A BEER OF ^ QUALITY f IT'S Beer SEATTLE BREWING & MALTING C0.| SEATTLE, WA5H..U.S.A.