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JOHX W. TROT, SUITOR TO** * Ji-NSKN, - - Pl'BUSiUJlS | rfif?k<w? Mo. f ?UBscmrnoN iuth Om week. d*Ur*r?d *7 earrter.. Jm month. b r mall IVm month# t>y mall to month*. ky mafl Om mr. kr ui NO CAUSE FOR AL1RM The pe*i mists and knockers are pointing to the southbound rush from Dawson, which is now on in earnest, aa an indication that the Klondike metropolis is a thing of the past. Ther forget or would have it forgotten the autumns of the seven years that have elapsed since the great Klondike stampede have witnessed an exodus from the interiar in all respects similar to the one now in grogress. Koch of these fall movements has been followed by a northbound rush in the spring, and in all probability, next spring will be no exception to the rule. The annual (light of Klondikers to the south is rather a favorable than an ominous judication Most of the peo ple who are now en route to the states and provinces are going there to enjoy a winter of leisure with their relatives and friends or to see more of the word. They have not been starved out of the north. Nearly all of them will return in the winter or spring, and many of them wiill bring friends and relatives with them. They are leaving because they can afford it. It is wealth and not poverty that takes them to other climes for few brief months. Never was the prospect for a great future for the placer camps of Alaska the Yukon and northern British Co lumbia brighter than they are at the present time. This fact is recognized by the transportation people, who are preparing for t ho best jear's business in the history of the country to begin soon after the incoming of 1005. ...KB ... -1i ... l? IN The Portland Telegram has just issued a special edition advertising the Lewi* Jt Clark exposition which will take place at the Oregon metropolis next year. The edition is comprehen sive and gives a clearer idea of the gigantic proport'ons of the proi>osrd fair than can be obtained from an;' of people who will now make it a }>o'nt to folllow the development of the plans and tinally visit the completed institu tion who otherwise would have given it only a passing notice. Eugene N. Foss, the leading advocate of Canadian reciprocity in Massachu setts, has Ik en nominated for congre*s by the republicans. He won a hotly contested primary by a majority of T.'4. If reports are true, Dick Crok?r fur nished the example which caused all bis servants to beet ? me panic stricken and to take French leave of his Int o cairn estate. He has. refused to visit the place sine-? an inmate of French house committed suiciie. The decision of the Wi>coosin su preme court that the La Fol'ette ticket should appear on the ballot in that state as the rugular republican ticket will srengthen the republican party's chances there for the coming election There was no doubt in the minds of the people but that Ls Fol' ette is the leader of the rvgu'*r party organization in Wisconsin and that a wrong was done when he and his dele gallon were thrown out of the republi can uationil convention. Now '.hat the supreme court has righted the wrong, the rebel lous feeling that was cevelop I iog among the republicans of his state | will probably subside. GEfPANTS F. Wollaud Makes Donation for Eiitertaium. nt F. Wollanii, the merchant tailor, has presented a pair of pants as a prize to be given away a'. the enternment to be given by the ladies of the Catholic church nest Tuesday evening. The minstrel show that will be given on that occasion will be the greatest affair that has over taken place on the Pacific coast. It will be strictly an all star performance. None will be in the cast from Dewitt Park Lea, the mana ger. to the last man in the back row, but that has made a national reputa tion. The donations for the entertainment up to date are as follows: Martin Couway, 1 dress pattern.. 125 00 I*. E. Kern, 1 silver tea set 25 00 J. J. Daly, all the cream required for making ice cream Fred Itonkendorf, prize cake.... 2."> 00 Round trip ticket to Whitehorse, by \V. P.Jfc Y. R. 40 00 Q. D. Kirmse, beautiful mantle | clock E'acific Coast Steamship Company fiO 00 Alaska Steamship Company <>0 00 F. H Clayson & Co., tine smok ing jacket A. Dortero, ."> pound box bonbons. Nettles & Ford, one wood heater. . . 10 00 1 X. W. L. Sc P. Co., two 16 a p. . . lights 6 months. Vienna Baker, y, fruit cake ?Arcric Meat company, two hams. j Case & Draper, Indian basket. . . 6 00 ' F. Verbauwhede, one box cigars. Mrs Kapuzzi, 5-pound box candy H. M. He h rends Mercantile Co. | fur boa. I B. A. Whalen, burnt leather sofa I pillow ; K. Wollaud. one pair of pants. . . . Y. M.C A. for Fort S?ward W. A. Re id, long the field secretary tor the Y. M. C. A. in Alaska, has a commission to establish a branch of that Christian organisation at Fort William ! H. Sewari for the benefit of the troops I stationed at that place. He will take up the work, it is said, as soon as he | shail have completed the contract to ?.\hibit stereopliean views of A aska at r p'-.yte o; juneau and vicinity. Cocktail* Klmer Cnaraberlain's and Popcorn Jim's 'amous Olympia oyster cocktails are now served at the Totem saloon. Soma SemioBiblt Advice It may 1*. a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at l bis season of the year to lay in asupply of Chamberlain's Cough Kemedv. It U almost sure to be ueeded before winter is over, and much more prompt and satisfactory results are obt-ioed when taken as soon as a old is contracted and before it ha? be come settled in the system, which can mly be done by keeping the remedy at haJd. This remedy is so widely known and so altogether eood that no one should hesitate about buying it in pref erence to any other. It is for sale by I he Kelly Drug Co. Wood (or Sal* We have for sale and will deliver to any part of the city good dry woodv i Sawed in any length. Alaska Transfer ' Co., Phone it). 8 30 if Oyatcr Cock till Klmer Chamberlain's and Popcorn I Jim's famous Olympia oyster cocktails I are now served at the Totem saloon. You get good values for your mone* J 1 1 V a rican Tail jrs. rail ud Wtntar Good. Are Her* The fall ami winter Roods which we j have been advertising have arrived and are now re dy for the trade. Those who desire the 0)>|>urtunity from the entire stock should not delay in leaving their orders F. VVolland. .-r.Tii it ? ->T. Canadian Paeifie Ry. Co. J Direct Service, No Intermediate 1 , Call, to ? I Vancouver Victoria Transferring to Seattle] No Kxtra Charge OCT. 11 OCT. 6 Sailing at 6 p.m. For Speed. Comfort, Seryiee and I Appointment These Twin Screw j Steamers Cannot be Equated, for Information Write or Apply to | P.RDUMH , Art-. SKAGWAYj ?j? mmnwwf'fe""' ??? ** MINERAL APPLICATION, NO. 44. Surrey, "No. 627. United States I. and Office, Juneau, Alaska. August 19, i9o4, , Notice Is hereby giveu. that, in persuauoe ot |lbe actof Congress, approved May 'Otb 1*72, I. V , Maloney, w1iom> postoffice address is Juneau, Alaska, and as the attorney. In fact, of Sam Blum, has made application for a patent f(*r nineieen and two hundred and thirty eUht one-thousnndt)i acres, on the Chief Placer Claim, situated in the Porcupine MinilK' Dis trict, District of Alaska, ami docrlbed by the official plat herewith pasted and by the Held notes on tile In the oihco of the Register of Juneau Laud District, of Alaska, as follows, viz; FIELD NOTES OP MINERAL SURVEY, NO. 027, Chi kf Placer ClAim. beginning at corner No. 1, a hemlock post 4 Inches square, showing oO inches uIhjvc ground, in mound of stone, scribed U. 6. S. 027 on on side faclug claim, said comer is identical with location corner and corner No. I, Discov ery Claim, U, ri. S. 674. from which corner. U. S. L M., No. i bears N. H deg. 37' E , 617V.7 feet; theuce 8. to deg ,05' W, var. 30 deg. 54' E.. along Hue 1 2. survey So, 574. -143.00 feel, center of placer workings nox 10x8 feet extending N, 25 deg. W. 40 feet a: d S 25 deg. E. ;o feet; feet, crosa -trail, course norta ; >40.fl feet to comer No i. iden tical with location corner aud comer No. 2, Dis covery, U S.S.57l,a hemlock post 4 inches square showing 30 inches above ground in mound of stone. marked U. S. 627*2 ou side facing claim, from which a hemlock tree 12 inches in diameter bears S. 12 deg. 2o W 4 2 feet distant; a hem lock stump bears S. 81 de*r. ;0* k , 6.6 feet dis tant each blazed and scribed S 627-2-B. T. ; theuce S 17 deg. 5a' W, var. 30 deg. M' E. alwiig Hue 2-3 survey .NO, 5T4. 85.0U leot cross trail, course N. 5O deg E. and S. 50 deg. \V. trail 3 net wide. 61 1.7 feet to c>'i ner N ? t, identical with Inches above ground, in ntoun?* of sl.OH'.ir drtud 0 s. S. t^'7-3 on side fa.iug c.alni. frOfll tUflh 1 hemlock tree 36 inches uiame er bears N, 75 deg. 00' W 89 feet distant, blazed and scrlb.nl S.627-3-B. T.; thence S 53 deg lO' K., var. ;,0 deg. 54* E, IsO.oo feet cross trail 3 feet wide, course N. 20 deg, E 600.00 feet cornet No. 4; idouticat w?ta location corner: a ln-mlock pout 4 feet long, 4 in. sq. set 18 Inches in the ground, with mound of s'.oue, scribed U. S. a. 627 4, from which c6ruer a spruce tree 4 reet in di ameter bears N. M deg. W., .'3.6 feet; a hem lock tree 18 inches in diameter, hears a. >9 deg. 30' E. 33.5 feet, each b.azcd and scribed U. -S. S. 627-4 B. T, ; thence N. 17 deg bu E, var. A) deg. 54' E.. 611.7 feet to corner No. 5, ldentic ?al with location corner, A spruce i?<?st 4 feet long, 4 luches square, set 18 n. cues in the ground, with mound of stone, scribed t*. S. S. 627-5, from which corner a hemlock tree lb in _jh?s in diameter bears N, 00 deg. lv ll feet; a hemlock tree 8 incaes in diameter bears N. 7i deg. 10' W. 12.3 feer, ea<h blazed und scribed U. 5 b. 0.7-5-H. T ; thence N. y>dego&' E. var. dep. 54' E. &4o.o6 feel to corner | b. identical with local ioti corner. A hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 in. square, set 18 inches in the ground, with mound of | stone, scribed U. S. S 627-H, from which a hem* lock tr?.e I4 inches in diameter bears N, 6j> deg W. 7 ieet,; a hemlock tree 3 feet in diameter bears N. ."3 deg. E., each bia/ed and scribed U. S. S, 627 6-B. T., center ol southeasterly end of placer torkinjrs ?tat8xl50 feet, bears >,67 dcr. \V. 12b feet, thence running N. .0 deg. w. i.v> feet ; theuce N. 53 deg., ^0' W , var. oO deg., o4' K. 480.00 feet cross* trail 3 feet wide, course S. 2 > deg. W. 600.00 feet to Oorue, No. 1. the Llivce ol beginning; containing un area of li?.2? wcres. The above claim adjoins ou the northwest the Dikcovery Placer Claim, V S. survey N. 574, on all other sides by vacant gro'ind. or unknown placer claims. The location notice of this piac er claim is recorded in Volume "A. page 17v;, Mining Locations of the records 01 bkagway Re cording District, at SUagway. Alaska. Any and a|l petsous claiming adversely any portiou of the above described premises are re quired to tile their adverse claim uitu the Register of the United Stales Laud Office at Juneau, Ala>ka. during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. JOHN W, DL DI.KY, Register. It is hereby ordered thai the foregoing notice be published for the statutory period in the Daily Alaskan, a daily newspaper published at bkagway. Alaska. JOHN \\. DUDLEY. RegUter. ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS AT EASTERN PRICES Coats, Capes, Caps, Boas, Muffs, Gloves, Robes and Rugs of allKinds Goods made to order of genuine Alaska furs, natural color. Kaw bear skins, etc., made into rugs to order. \S. R. WINTER, The Furrier, Brn?ea?xpot 17 wv* ? IMBU I 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 of FALLand WINTER SKIRTS on Display and a Visit to Our New Store W iL ! Tore Than Repay You MARTIN CONWAY Are on J The Independent Steamer ] "CASCA" The Casca is the Most Comfortable, Best Equipped and Fastest Boat on the Whitehyrse- Dawson Run. Parties purchasing tickets from us will be protected on the through rate. W. A. BANNIE, Manager. J. O. Johnston, Whitehorse Agent, Office Windsor Hotel. MOORES WHHRF CO. \ Terminus W. P. it Y. Route : All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drck i REGULATIONS 1908 2 \ Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. J 2 Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. , , . * ? Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the P. S. customs 5 2 office) and must be delivered beforo op.m. No freight will be re- 1 ? ceived on wharf after this hour. 1 J' BAGGAGE? Tolls will bo collected on Checked Baggage Only. No ? 1 charge for bags and grips when unchecked. 2 ? The wharf gate will be closed to tho public when steamer Is nearlng 2 | dock and will be opeoedonly when passengers have disembarked, I 4 Wharfage Tariff can be hod on application at office on dock. j * P. O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. J THE OLD RELIABLE Cole's Hot i Blast Wood and Coal Heaters Will keep fire overnight without atten tion and burn less fuel than any other stove, are now for sale at E. R. PEOPLES Agents for Skagway and Haines Headquarters for Yukon Travellers Us Totem JACK PFIELJ'S, Prop. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Sullivan & Flaherty The Best Brands of Liquors & Cigars (Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY. COMROF^ Seattle, Huget Sound, San Francisco and Southern Porta CARRYING D. 8. MAIL City oF Seattle ? Oct. 8 Direct to Seattle HUMBOLDT - ? - OCT. 11 Via Victoria * COTTAGE CITY - - OCT. 14 Via Vancouver VALENCIA ? - - OCT. 14 Via Sitka ?gtp Above Schedule ^nbieot to chance Without Notice. L. M. WEST, Apant PHONE SO C.D.DUNA K. Gen Pass. Agt 10 Market 8treet, San Francisco, Cal . r The Alaska Steamship Co. Carrying U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express Next Sailing of the Fast Passenger Steamer DOLPHIN, Oct 14 JEFFERSON Oct- 10 The Dolphin maintains a schedule of 75 hours between Skagway and Seattle DIRIGO About Oct 12 FARALLON. About Oct 6 Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge K A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone 66 F. Wolland, MERCHANT TAiLOR Corner State Street and iFifth Avenue Telephone No. 76 I HAKE A \ BEER OF QUALITY / IC SEATTLE BREWING* MALTING COj SEATTLE, WASH., US. A.