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JOHN W. TROT. KOITO.: rOWN Jt JENSEN, - ? Ttl'vlNM V 3. ?UljjenXPTIQH IC*r*?. O?* txk <1?!1T?P?.1 hy c*r?-??r ., >m Month. *y mall rtfM month*, by mall ?t* months, by man >?? y?ar. h* rami. ? LET US REMAIN STEADFAST Commenting upon the orojiosition that the people of Alaska should put aside their demand for self government onve more ai.tl unite in a-king congress for a delegate in congress, the Ketchi kan Journal very appropriately says: "So far as the Mining Journal is con cerned. for reasons h< retofore given.aod others yet to be asser'ed. it will have no part or parcel in such a movement separate and apart from a demand for the creation of a form of government in w hich the inherent right of our peo ple as American citizens to govern and control their own local and domestic affairs shall b." fully recognised. f. "The people of Alaska, having thrice voiced their demand for a form of home government which will not only allow them to govern and control their own local affaire, but at the same time as sure them legitimate and responsible representation in congress, will prove themselves recreant to their own lie*t interests, and undeserving of any recog nition whatever, if they abate one jot or tittle their just demand for recogni tioo as citizens of 'he great republic." There can be no doubt that both com mon sense and patriotism demands that the people shall follow the course the Ketchikan Journal has set for itself. The people of Alaska have stood up and made their demands as becomes their American citizen-hip. They can not afford now to s.ultify th?ms- Ives by receding from the highly creditable position they have taken. The people might oat be able to secure that to which their American citizenship ent - iles them this winter, but they can re tain the respect that belongs ;o and is always freely given to those wh >. know ing their rights, remain sti adfus1 in their insistent upon them. The war between the American rail ways anil Kate continue* with 'in;! ? ited fury ami Fate is jrettin_' the victories. The Portland Telegram refers to the Northwestern ?iltnhl mAhMM which Rockefeller ha- i v> much money. Guess agai '? The news from the Orient of the last few days has a strong lean tig toward Russia. Well, the war new-, h i> alw.ir been favorable to that country except when it.wasJaiHiut the fighting. It must not be taken for granted that Dawson and the Klondike are on their last legs fjust liecause there i> a i ush away from that section this year. No country that is turning the millions in shining gold into the arteries of the commercial life of a continent that are now pouring out from the Klondike is dead, or nearly so. The fact of the matter is probaly that the great Cana dian camp is now experiencing the worst times it will have to contend with for the next decade. Men of atTars have said before now that success fol lows the man who goes to a country from which everybody e'se is leaving. That maxim can well apply to the Klondike at the present time. Within a half hundred miles of Dawson there yet lies uncovered in the saads of a score or more creeks more millions in wealth than has ever been taken out of the north. The fact that the people are now stampedlut; from that country is one that in all probability makes;: that men 'could gel oppor tunities to mine for this hurried wealth on conditions that would he advanta^ i eous to them. ? Ivay'a Ulna Shipping Coal The first load of native coal to come from the mines here, was brought from l 'or lew >v Ivev's property at the head of ? "hilkat lake last week by the Uadly Adly. (.'apt. Jensen. Mr. Corlew pro IMwes to run the steamer Perry as far as he can up the river to meet the sc >ws with their ioajs, whioh can be flouted lown from the mine on the tide. The coal is pronounced by all who have :ested its qualities to be much better than any coal im|iorted into this coun try Several large orders have been placed with Mr. I'orlew, who is prepar \ag to till orders from all points, ? Kyak corresj>ondence in Valdez Prospector. | WHY IF SUCCEEDS Because It <U For One TfcinR Onlt* and Alaska It L??rniug Th s Nothing can bt> good for everything. Doing one thirg well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pill do one thing orly. They're for sick kidneys. They cure backache, every kidney ill Here i* evidence to prove it. VV. A. Hawkins, proprietor of theOx forU H itol, H4 4:h avenue. Seattle. - a\s: "I was .subject to kidney trouble j for a number of vea*s and during that time took different remedies reeom mecded to me without mnch rocccss, I , came here from Leports, Ind., some itwilve years ago and have taken a t>aper from there ever since. Every i no a ant again I read of peop e in that city, who have been curer! of kidcev trouble by t'.e use of Doan's Kidney fills, am! it was through mentally dis ?j-ning these cas;s that induced rat ?N> : a year ago to try the remedy. It ja?e me undoubted. benetit at that time. - ice thi n I noticed symptoms of recur rence. the pills acted equally as well as hey did when they tirst came to my :iot:ee." For sale by all dealers. Price 5O cents. '( - 'T-Mi l>urn Co., Buffalo. New 1 V01 k, soie agents for United States Hi 111 mber the name ? Doan's? and ' take no tber. A big lino of fall wall papi r has ar :-i v 1 d and is now for sale at prices that vriii please vou. at K. II. Peoples'. tf ? O 1 ICE OF EXECUTION SALE [u the lulled Stat** District Court for the \bmkm, i> vtafen No 1. . , ii M' lincttus. I'iaintit), ! J ' . Yukon Expedition Syndicate, a MbsIhi bkoI Pierre number. : S. Walker Jams uml FredCofttn, Mtndftf l :ui?-r and v virtue of a judgment and order >*stt' ia of the above entitled court oo r. -u? ii h clay of April. A. I)., 19 4. in the . ? . . . d action, wherein Joseph A. Moil \ obtain** . a judgement aud order ? f sale st tkesa K the Humbert Yukon Expedition - te. u eo partnership con>isiink' of Pu rre i.lr. > Walker Janes, and Kred Cotttn .1 idgnent w?s on the day tirst afore ? ? I- t su Judgment Docket A of the ree l age 191 ikieof, and also i by \ irtue olan execution and order of "s;it? I under the seal o! said court ou the A a i>. i'>M, i him commended s. .1 the attached property in said cause lo ?\ s numbered nine and ten in Block No. - |?U according to the of .1 plat thereof. i h- rt fore, notice is hereby Riven that on Mo:. day. ? ?' !<?U'r the third. 19UI, at two o'clock .' M ..f s ,.u dav, ni i rout i f the I . S. court . m v i ? i :..*vn ? f Ska*way, DUiri t of I will in obedience to said judgment. N- . ti ui mid order of s.de ^ell the above de i <?: ined property <>r so much tnereof as may be ice s.;4ry tu -atisiy >aid plaintiffs judgment, > th iu'? re>t taeixstn costs. &c.. to tb?* h>?h< st -i.d best bidder lor cash, in lawful money of the nite-l States James M. Shoup, ,'nited States Marshal for "the First District of I Alaskl, Division No. I By II. L, Johnson, Deputy. : >t Publication Sept. 1, ?wi. Las* r i .'ionstpt 'J*J PIM. ! a inn& Gillette, Attorneys tor Plaintiff. Notiee to Doit Owners Notice is hereby given that the city treasurer is provided with the necessary dog license lags and recti, ts aid is prepared to ucoept, ta-\. s on dogs for the year which said taxes are now pa.-sts.idue. It the said taxes shall not be paid on or before October 1, 1UM, dogs upon which taxes have not been paid and the owners of the same will be dealt with as the ordinances provide. i y ord r of the Town Council, of the Towu of Skagwav, Alaska. VV. S. McKeaN, Town Clerk. Skagway, Alaska, Sept. lit, l'.H>4. iKiy-il Canadian Paeftic Ky. Co. ? Direct 8ervlcOi No latermodiat ? C*U, to | Vancouver Victoria Transferring to 9 Seatt.e No Kxtra Charfjc OCT. 1 I OCT. 6 Sailing at 8 p.m. For Speed, Comfort. Service and Appointment These Twin Scrow Steamers Cannot be EquaK d. For Information Writo or Apply to H. B.DUNN , Art. SKAOWAY Chamberlain'* Cough Ruafdy This is a medicine of great worth and | merit. Try It when you have a ocuffli | or cold and you are certain to I) pleist d wi h the qu'ck relief it utTortls It is pleasant to take and can alw ty? be | depended upon. For sale by the Kelly Drug Co. MINERAL APPLICATION. NO. 44. Snrv?y."S?. 627. United states' Land Office, Juneau, Alaska, August iy?>4. Notice is hereby given, that, in persu;>!iee of I the actoi Congress, approved May uth. 1' ' I. K , Maloney, whose postoffice address Juneau, Alaska, ami as the attorney , in fact, of Sim Ilium, has made application for ?? MMnt I r liineteeu and two hundred ami thirty eUht oue-thous*ndtt? 1OW1 on the Chief Placer Claim, situated iii the Porcupine Mining his trict. District of Alaska, and described oy ih?' official plat herewith ported and bl thl eld notes on tile hi the onee ?>; the Isegiater ol luneau Land DtMiiet?of Alaska, as foi ows, via; FIELD NOTES OF MINERAL SURVEY, NO. 627, , .Chief PlAcke ClAim. Beginning at corner No. 1. ? lu-Ml^ck p."?st 4| iuches square, showing 30 inches above ground, in mound of stone, scribed 1". S. S. 627 on on side faciug claim, said corner is identical with local ion corner and corner No. 1, Discov ery Claim, U, S. S. 574. from which corner. U. 3. L M, No i bears > 14 deg. 37 K , 6l7y.7 feet, thence 8. 5o deg ,05' W, var. 30 de*. 54' E.. alone line 1 2. survey So. 574. M3.un feel, center of Diacer working* llOx I II xs feet extending N. 25 deg W. 40 feel u lj S 25 deg, K, 70 feet; >?.>??*? feet, cror-s trail, course north ; S40.0 feet to corner No i. Iden tical with location corner aud corner No. 2, Dis covery, U S.S. 57i,a hemlock post 4 iuches square I showing 30 im he> al?ove ground in mound of sume. marked 1". S. S*l 2 OO side I icing ? '.a:n . j from which a hemlock tree I- inches indi unetcr bears S. 1- deg. 2o W 4.2 feet ?:i>tant: n hem lock stump bears S. M de: ,o 1 . ? ?> fee <li> tunt. each blazed and serioed S. ic'7-J-ll. T. thence S 17 deg. 02' W, vur. ..I) d?-K -i K, uifiig line 2-3 survey .\o. 5.1. Sa.Oo leri cross traii course N. yO deg E. and S. '?? d? g. W. trail 3 t<? wide. 6ii.7 feet to corner N i?K : ticnl w ith location aad corner Ko, 8, discovery u. s.*~~ d hemlock post 4 incho square, showing niches above ground. in mound ot st ?nc marked L*. S. > ??27-3ou side fu.iug e : ;? 1. from w aicb heuiloek tree .fc i inches diume er b? .irs N, leg. 00 W 3* feet dUunt, blazed and scrib d -.627- 1-1;. I. . tha&ee S 4kg .20 B , \ar. ;U deg. 64' K. 1HKOO leei cr? ^ trail 3 feet wide, course N. 20 deg, K C0U.00 feet 1 ?rnei No. 4; idontical with location 1 orner: a hemlock po-i 4 feet long, 4 iu. iq set '<v Inch* - U) t ii? ? ground, with mound of stoue, scribed U. S. r*. 627-4, from which corner a spruet tr??. 4 reet ill di ameter bears N. 24 deg. W., '.'3.6 feet; a hem lock tree Is inches in diameter. bears 3. 'J deg. 20 E. 13.5 feet, each b azed cud scribed" U. S. S. 627-4 B. T. ; thence N. 17 deg 52 K , var, 0 deg. 54' E.. 611.7 feet to e rner No. ? Identic al with location coruer, A a| nice puat 4 feet I long, 4 iuches squar*- set 1> lncnes in the ground, with mouu J of stom-, scribed U. S. S. ? ?-7-5, from which corner a hemlock tree lo In ches iu diameter bears N,6o deg. H il feet; u hemlock tree 8 incurs in diameter bears N 7. deg. 10 W. 12.3 feet, eat h blazed an 1 scribed I 5 S. 6/7-5-14. T ; thence N. yOdeg. <*6' K var. 0 deg. 54' K. 5Ho.it leet to 1 orner I No. 6. identical with loot! ion corner. A hemlock post 4 feet long, l m. square, set 18 inches in the groun 1. with uiouud of | stone, scribed I". S. S 627 -t , from which a hem lock tr- e I4 iuches iu diameter l>eurs -V 6 deg W, 7 leet,; a h. inUK k tree 3 ieet in diameter bears n. s3 ueg. K., e .eh biaaed aad seritN d l" S. S. 627 irli 1 , center oi -)iit.'.ea>.erly end of I placer \orkmgs 20x8x180 feet* bears N.ri dtf. W. 128 feet, thence runumg .n. o deg. v, i.s feel; thence N. 53 deg., 20* w , v?r A) di-g . ?4" 1.. 480.00 feet cross trail 3 feet wide, 1 <ur>eS. 2-? deg. W. 600.00 feet to C-?rne. No. 1. ihe place ? beginuinK; containing an area of r.?.-'^s acres. 'J he above claim adjoins on the northwest Ihe Discovery Placer Claim, t* h, survey N.&74, on all other " sides by vacant ground, 01 unknowu | placer claims, i he location m .ice of this pi a er claim is recorded in Volume "A. el p-ige 173, M ning Locations of the record.- ?. 1 ^Uugway Re cording District, at SkMgway, Alaska. Any and ail poisons claiming adversely any portion ol the above described premises are n - quired to nie their advene daim with the Register of the United btaies Land Offloe at Juueuu. Alaska, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will i-e barred by viitueof the provisions of the statute JOHN W, DL DLKY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be publishetl for the statuior> perioo in the I Daily Alaskan, a daily newspaper published r at Skagway. Alaska JOHN W.DUDLEY, Keghter. 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 rujjs to orde^. ' " T5t.o>o /I rroTT -w ^AJW.LLWjai*i?wi'Jt'!y f- jihujijb : 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 MABTIIH CONWAY 1U1 ?>KI The Independent Steamer j "CASCA" The Case* is the Most ComfortaUo, Best Equippe 1 and Fastest Boat on the Whitehorse-Dawson Hun. i'arties pi roiuising tickets from us will bo protected on the through ra'e. U . A. i AN ME, Manager. J. O. Johnston, Whitehorse Ajjei.t, Oflice Windsor Hotel. r - 2 i ? -y ? . ....... MOORES WHARF CO. TerminuB VV. P. & Y. Route J All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drck I REGULATIONS 1902 J Warehouses ->pen for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. 1 Perishables ONLY delivered oq Sunday or at night. All freight shipments destined southbound roust be accompanied by a Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 6. customs * office) and must be delivered before 5 p m. No freight will be re- 2 ceivcd on wharf after this hour. J BAGGAGE? Toil* will be collected on Checked Baggage Oni.t. No J charge for bags and grips when unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer is nearing ? dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked, f Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. T P.O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. J LE US Show You f Our Splendid Line Of ^ I China Closets. Buffets, Sideboards and * Chiffoniers | ; This Week We Otter Them At Greatly ji Reduced Prices that Will Sell them ! E. R. PEOPLES WAWW.WV\VWi*WVB * Headquarters for Yukon Travellers He Totem JACK PIIELPS, Prop. ; ; Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars .????<??*< *? '? **' - ' "?V.V?VV?VAViWAVVA\W^V.*.V.VV.V.'?VtV.V4Vi%VAW, New Management THE mi I ^ Sullivan & Flaherty The Best Brands of Liquors & Cigars | ? ? 0 Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY. COMFORT Seattle, Puget S^und S&n Francisco and Southern Porte (7.RRVINO 0. S. MAIL 6ity of Seattle ? Sept. 29 Direct to Seattle HUMBOLDT - - - SEPT. 30 Vi? Victoria COTTAG-E CITY - - OCT. 2 Via Vancouver Above Scbert ale Subject to change Without Nonoe. L. M. WEST, Agenl PBONK 60 C. D. DUNAMN, Gen Pass. Agt 10 Market Street. San Francisco, Cal. The Alaska Steamship Co. ] Carrying U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express Next Sailing of the Fast Passenger Steamer DOLPHIN, Oct 4 JEFFERSON Spt.30 The Dolphin maintains a schedule of 75 hours between Sk airway and Seattle DIRIGO About Seot 30 FARALLON. About Oct 6 Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge R A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone 66 F. WoIIand, MERCHANT TAILOR Corner State Street and Fifth Avenu* Telephone No. 76 wwr^^?rsr.r.r?r.w?rwir?T I HASH A BEER OF QUALITY SEATTLE BREWING & MALTING C0.| SEATTLE, WASH., US. A.