JOHN W, TROT, EDITOR
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- AH JUDICATION OF PRCSPER
The annual sou) hern trek of the Daw
ion miner* for the purpose of sending
the winter in hotnitable dimes in the
??mi-tropics is not an indication of the
collapse of the Klondike or the north
era country. Alaska and the Cwadian
north com prise the only section of the
work! In which laboring men are able
to aave enough money from theLr| sQra
mer's wages to permit them to maintain
themselves and their families at. winter
resorts enjoying all the luxuries pro
vided for those who have spent a life
time in growing rich.
Every year there are hundreds of
people who work for salaries an J wages
la the north whc spend the winters at
popular retreats in California and other
southern states, in the big cities of the
east, or in traveling from one section of
the country to the other. Among those
who are going south this fall there are
scores who will go to the world's fair,
and many who will make an Eurouean
trip before they return next yei?r to re
aume the work they left ot? a faw days
ago. In another year they will repeat
the performance. Notwithstanding
that there are scores of thousands of
p?ople in the north, it is a matter for
remark when a single indiv dual is
found who has not been soutb for five
or six years, or even less.
There is uo portion of the earth
where so much is yielded in return for
effort to strong and courageous men
and women whc have the disposition
and the will to fight the battle for for
tune as is the case in the north.
If President I loose veil's move for a
peace conference shall have the same
effect on th? presidential campaign that
his coal strike arbitration did on ti.s
congressional elections of l'.vJ t will be
lucky for the republicans, and it ibis
move shall prove as successful as did
that the service that will have been
done humanity will be incstini ible.
The odds in the betting on the "result
of the presidential election which were
two to one on Roosevelt just after the
Vermont eleltiou have goue to five to
three with many bets made at ten to
seven. The bettinjr is even on New
\ ork state.
Som* Sm<o> ..bl- Advlo*
II may be a piece of superfluous ad
vice to urjje people at ihis seas >n of the
year to lay in asupply of I'haniberlain's
Cou^h Remedv. It is almost sure to be
needed before wirier is over, nod much
more prompt and satisfactory result*
are obtaioed when taken as soon as a
cold is contracted and before it has be
come settled in the system, which can
ooly be done by Keeping the remedy at
hand. Thisremtdy is so widely kcowu
and so altogether good that no one
should hesitate about buying it in pref
erence to any other. It is for sale by
the Kelly Drug Co.
Two nicely furnished front rooms,
newly papered and carpelet!. Bath
room connected. Apply at Winters',
Broadway, near depot. a 21) lw
A big lino of fall wall paper has ar
rived anil is now for sale at prices that
will please you, it E. K. Peoples'. tf
\ CIk eburclw I
Karly Mms, 8*. na.
High Mass, 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 12 m.
Lecture and benediction, "vM p. m.
I On week days Mass at 8 a. m.
| All are cordially Invited.
Father P. H. Turaell, S. J.
ST. SAVIOUR'S EPISCOPAL.
St. Saviour's church, State street and
Holy Communion, 8 tv. m.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.
Evening prayer and sermon, 8 p. m
Choir rehearsal tonight at 8 p. m.
Chas E. Rice, Priest-in-Charge.
Morning service, a. m.
Sunday school, 12:15 p. m.
Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.
Popular service, 8 p.m.
! Prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p. m.
' Morning subject: "Lessons From
j Isaac and Ishmael."
Evening theme: "A Converted Infi
; Jel and his message."
1 Special music at both. services.
! A cordial invitation extended to all.
N. B. Harrison, Pastor.
i Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
Morning subject: "The Socialism of
Sunday school, 12:15 p. m.
' Junior League, 3:30 p. m.
I Epwt rth League, 7 p. m.
League topic: "The Sacred Writ
1'rayer meeting Thursday evening.
The subject of the evening sermon:
1 "The Music of the Soul "
There will be special music by the
All are cordially welcome.
John Parsons, Pastor.
Meetings every night at 7 JO o'clock,
Sunday, 1? a. m. ? I 'raver meeting and
Ili We study.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend these services.
There will be publ;c meetings in the
Salvation Army hall on Sunday at 3 p.
in. and at 8 p. m , and on Monday night
a special service of song will be given
entitled, "The Army's First Convert in
Public meetings every night but
! Tuesday. All are welcome.
Captain and V rs. Sainsbury,
WHY If SUCCEEDS
BtcaiM Ii <1* For On* Thing Onli,
and Alaska I? Lurait| Th ?
Nothing can be good (or everything.
Doing one thit g well brings success.
Poan's Kidney Pill do one thing orly.
They're for sick kidneys.
They cure backact e, every kidaev ill.
Here is evidence to prove it.
W A. Hawkics, proprietor of the Ox
ford H tel, 414 4tb avenue, Seattle,
says: "I was subject to kidney trouble
for a number of vea's and during that
time took different remedies recom
mended to me without much success 1
came here from Lepurts, Ind., some
twelve years ugo ?nd have taken a
paper from there evrr since. Every
uo* and again I read of peop'e in that
city, who have been cure<1 of kidt.ev
trouble by t.e use of Loan's Kidney
fills, and it was through mentally dis
cussing these cas s that induced me
bout a year ago to try the remeuy. It
gave me undoubted boot tit at .bat time.
Since tnen I noticed g) mptoms of recur
rence. the pills acted equally as well as
they did when they first came to my
For sale by all dealers. Price 5O cents.
Foater-Mitburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole fgents for United States. 1
itetuember ttio name ? Doan'o ? and
take no tber.
Fall and Winter Good* Are Her*
The fall and winter goods which we
have been advertising have arrived !
and are now re dy (or the trade.
Those who desire the opportunity from j
the entire stook should not delay in |
leaving their orders
Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.:
Direct Service, No Intermediate |
No Extra Charge
Sailing at .6 p.a.
For bpeed, Comfort. aod
Appointment These Tw"n Scrcw
Steamers Cannot, be Equaled. F J r
Information Write or Apply to
H.&DDNH , Art., SKAOVAT
MINERAL APPLICATION, NO. 44.
Survey, IN o . 627.
United StatcB Land Office*
Juucuu, Alaska, August 10, i'A>4.
Notice la hereby given, that, in persuaucc of
tne act of Lougres*. approved Muy :Uth. Is72,
I. ? , Maloney, WuOm> postofliee address is
Juneau, Alaska, anil as the IttOHMJi in fact, of
Sam Blum, has made application ior a pateut
for nineteen and two huudivd and thirty
c?wbt one-thousMndtli acres, on the Chief Placer
Claim, situated iu the Poreupiue Mining Dis
trict. District of Alaska, and described by the
offlcial plat herewith postal und by the field
notes on Ule in the otlice of the Kegisier of
luueau Land District, of Alaska, us follows, viz; '
FIELD NOTES OF MINERAL SUR'EY,
Chief PlAckr ClAim.
Degirnlug at corner No. 1. a hemlock post 4
inches square, showing SO laflhw tbOTt ground,
in mound of stone, scribed U. S. S. 627 on
on bide facing claim, said coiui-r is identical
with local ion corner and corner No. 1, Discov
ery Claim, U, 3. S. 574. Irom which
corner. U. 8. L. M., No. 3 bears N. J4
deg. 37 E , 617V.7 feet; tl.ence S. o deg. ,05' W,
var. 30 dei*.54'E.. aloug liuo 1-2, survey No,
574. 443.UO~feet. center of placer workings llOx
lux* feet extending N. 25 deg. ?V. 40 feel a?;d
S 25 deg. K. TO feet; 8O&.O11 feet, CTO? trail,
course north ; *40.6 feet to corner No. 2. Iden
tical with locatiou corner and corner No. 2, Dis
covery, U S S. 574, a hemlock post 4 indies square
showing 30 Inches above ground in mound of
slone.marked U. S. .>.027-2 on side facing claim,
from winch a hemlock tree U inches in diameter
l>ears S. 1J deg. 2o W 4.2 feet distant; a hem
lock stump In-art* S. 81 deg. 4O' E , 0.0 feet d is
wnt. each blazed aud scribed S. 627-2-11 T.
thence S 17 deg. 5i* \V, var. :*) deg. V4 E. al><:ig
line 2-3 survey .?o. 5.4. 85.00 .eel cross trail,
course N. 30 deg E. and S. M dig. W. trail 3 tect
wide. 611.7 feet to corner No ;t, identic**! with
local '.on and corner No. 3, discovery U. S. S.f>74.
a hemlock pc8t 4 inches square, showing ;J0
inches above grouud.iu mouno of slone.marked
U. S. S. 027-3 on side fa -tag claim, from which a
hemlock tree 30 inches diame er bears N, 75
deg. 00 W 30 feet dhtant, blazed and scribed
S.627-A-B. T. . thence S. 53 deg. 20 E., var. 3O
deg. 64' E. lHi.oo leet cross trail 3 leet wide,
course N. 20 deg, E 600.U0 feet corner No. 4;
idontical with location corner: a hemlock pest |
4 feet long, 4 in. sq. set 18 inches in the ground,
with mound of sioue, scribed U. S. d. 627-4,
from which corner a spruce tree 4 feet in dl
ameter bears N.?4 deg. W,, '/3.6 feet; a hem
lock tree 18 inches in diameter, bears 5. '?&
deg. SO' E. 33. 5 feet, each blazed ?.nd scribed U.
S. S. 627-1 B. T. ; thence N. 17 deg 02' E., var.
?JO deg. 54' E . 611.7 feet to corner No. o, identic
al with location corner, A spruce post 4 feet
long. 4 inches square, set 18 Inches in the I
ground, with mound of stone, scribed U. S. S.
u27-5Kfrom which corner a hemlock tree lo in
ches iu diameter beura N, 60 deg. H- 11 feet; a
hemlock tree s inches in dNui-ter bears N. 7j I
10' W. 12.3 feel, each blazed and scribed U.
637-5-B. T ; thence N. 5O deg. o5' E var.
deg. 54' K. 8fto.06 feel to corner I
."no. 6, identical with locatiou corner.
A hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 in. square,
set 18 iuchea in t*ie ground, with mouudof|
stone, scribed U. S. S ?27-?, from which u hem
lock trve I4 inches in diameter liears N. 6* deg
\V. 7 leet,; a hemiock tree 3 lee I In diauietei |
bears N. >3 deg. K? e*ch blazed aud scribed U
S. S, 627 6-B. 1 , center of southeasterly end 01 I
placer workings _0xsx 150 leet, bears N,67 d g.
W. l:? feet, thence running N. deg. W. ii*
feet; theuce N. 53 deg., J)' W , var. 30 deg., 54' K
480.00 feet cross trail 3 feet wide, course S. 2 .
deg. W. 000.00 feet 10 Come, No. 1, ihe plaue o
beginning; containing an area of 1U, 2$ acres.
The above claim adjoins on the uortn west ih?
Dlacovery Placer Claim, U 5. eurvey N. 674. ol I
all other side* by vacant ground, or uuknown
placer claims. The location notice of this plaj
er claim is recorded in Vol. .me "A. el page 17j,
M mug Locations of the records 01 hkugway Re
cording District, attfkagway. *VW^
Any and a|l persous claiming adversely auj I
portion of the above described premises are re
quired 10 ttle their adverse claim with the
Register of the United Mate* l,a:;d Office at I
lunean. Alaska, during ihe sixiy days' period of I
publication hereof, or they wiil 1*5 buried by f
virtue of the provisions of the mtatute.
JOHN W, DUDLEY,
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice I
be published for the statutory period iu the
Daily alahkan, a daily new-paper published I
?t SkagwSy. Alaska
JOHN W. DUDLEY,
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 skies, etc., made into rugs to order.
^HA5. R. WINTER, The Furrier. Br?^rwf?pot
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OUR FALL and WINTER
Ladies'Coats and Raglans
and Misses' Jackets
in the Very Latest Styles and Up?to-Date Effects. Our New Line of
FALL and WINTER SKIRTS
Are on Display and a Visit to Our New Store Will More Than Repay You
The Independent Steamer
The Casca Is the Most Comfortable, Best Fquippel and Fastest Boat on
the Whitehorse- Dawson Run. Parties |n<!-ci>using tickets from us will
be proteoted on the through rr.to. VV. A. J IAN ME, Manager.
J. O. Johnston, Whitehorse Agcpt, Oilier Windsor Hotel.
MOORES WHHRF CO, j
Terminus W. 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.m.
Perishable* 0>'T-.Y delivered on Sunday or at night.
All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompaoicd by a
(SHIPPER'S Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 6. customs
office) and must be delivered before 5 p u;. No freight will be re
ceived on wharf after this hour.
BAGGAGE? Tolls will be oollected on Checked Baggage Onlt. No
charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to tho public when steamer Is nearing
dock and will be opeoed only when passengers have disembarked.
Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock.
P. O. Box 175. C. E. WYNN-JOHNSON, Genl Mgr.
THE OLD RELIABLE f
, Blast !
Wood and Coal Heaters f
Will keep fire overnight without atten
tion and burn less fuel than any other
stove, are now for sale at
Agents for Skagwuy and Haines
> Headquarters for Yukon Travellers
JACK PHELPS, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Sullivan & Flaherty
The Best Brands of Liquors & Cigars
Pacific Coast S.S. Co.
PIONEER ALASKA LINE.
SPEED. SAFETY. GOMRORT
Seattle, Puget Sound, 3an Francisco and Southern Porta
CARRYING U. I. MAIL
<2ity of Seattle ? Sept. 29
Direct to Seattle
HUMBOLDT - ? - SEPT. 30
COTTAGE CITY - OCT. 2
?fe. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notice.
L. M. WEST, Ag?nt PBONK Ml
C. O. DUNA . N, Gen Pass. Agt
10 Market 6 tree V, San Francisco, Oat.
rThe Alaska Steamship Co.
Carrying U. S. Mall and Alaska Pacific Exprees
Next Sailing of the Fast Passenger Steamer
DOLPHIN, Oct 4
The Dolphin maintains a schedule of 76- hour* between
Skagway and Seattle
DIRIGO About SeDt 30
FARALLON. About Oct 6
Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge ;
K A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone 06
Comer State Street aud .Fifth Avezuu
Telephone No. 76
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SEATTLE BREWING & HAIHK
SEATTLE * WASH., U3U| .
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