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JOHN W, TROT, RDITOK TOWN * JENSKS, - ? PUBL1SURK. j SENTIMENT CHANGES The chacge ia the ^ttitude of public Mntiment toward the war spirit which prevailed so universally a few years ago is maile particularly manifest in the ?(Torts of the leaders of the dominant party in the United States to establish j a peace record for their candidate foi the presidency. Four years ago, when Got. Roosevelt was a candidate fot?vic president he wa* playing his strongest card when he condemned those meii who ''babble of peac The war spirit ; waa rampant then. The young men of the country were blood thirsty. Thei had been stirred by the taste of conllict j in Cub*, and the blood spilling in South Africa The spectacular kaiser, the aggressive Chamberlain, the war an- ! thems of Kipling and the rough rider j uniforms in this country met with the [ acme 04 popular favor. Put there has been a change. The war fever has rut j its course, and the public is again sober. Today Mr. I Roosevelt's strongest card is his record as an administrator in the tranquil times of peace. The less said about rough riderism and the "timiditx of peaco" the better it is for his chances to succeed to the chief magistracy of the nation. The fact that Mr. Rooseve t'a candi dacy is now being urged as that of a man of peace rather than as a war lord ahould be received with applause rather than with accusations of inconsistency. It is the first unfailing recognition of the acceptance by the people of th? fact that national greatness and im proved civiluat ion may .be reached by following in the paths of peace and righteousness rather than by attempt ing to enforce the barbaric creed that "might makes right " W. L. Douglas, the shoe man. who?. picture has graced various publication - from the "patent inside" weeklies to the standard magazines for the las; quarter of a century, wjll be the deiro tratic nominee for governor of Massa chusetts. Mr. Douglas has become an active partisan through his interest in tariff reduction. In a list of si trs of the tirst magnitude whom the democrats are going to put on the stump in Indiana, the New Vt.i k World places the name of James Ham ilton Lewis, formerly of Seattle, third following only the names of William J. Bryan and David It. Hill. LET I FH LIST UaoulleJ foi Ltitan Rem i n.nc In Skaaway Pustoffice. Oct. 8 Persons calling for this unclaimed matter will pleased say "advertised." Anderson. Fred B Day, Tom Foster, Percy L, 3 Ibbotson, Stanley Newman, Thos Riley, K Mattison. John Thebo. (.'has W W.M. 1 5. Sampson, P. M. Good dwelling hou>e, partly furnish- j ed. Four rooms with closets and ?oe*i shed, well io kitchen, splendid water. Price reasonable Inquire of W. \V. I Boughton, Idaho Liquor lIou>e, cornet Third and Broadway. PvCk.tbooU Lost I . . ? ?? ? . Pccketbook lost containing nione\ , ia or near postortice. Will be suitably rewarded if returned to Salvador. Army captain or M. Sproull. Tkm Sp*eUltlr<, All Pari, or The Boss Bakery makes a specialty of three things ice cream, fresh bak ery goods and Plow's candies, all guar anteed to be perfect. The ice cream and bakery products of the Boss Baker* are unexcelled anywhere, and Plow's i candies speak for themselves wherever fr? Saved Hin Life J. W Davenport. Wiago, Ky., write-. June 14, li*>-: "1 want to tell you 1 be lieve Ballard's Snow Liniment s?ved my life. I was under th< treatment of two doctors, and they told me one of my lungs was entirely sroae, and the ulher btdlv affected, l" also had a lump m m side. I don't think that I could hive lived over two months longer. 1 ?'a induced by a friend to try Bal'ard's Snow Liniment. The first av plication j gave me great relief: two fifty ceiy bottle* cured me sound and well. It is a wonderful meaicine and 1 r-ennimend it to suffering humanity." 25c, 50c. y LOO. Sold by Kelly l)rjg t o. Car? C hllU and Fever G. W. Nacogodohes, Te.x.i-. saja ' }|is daughter had chills and fever io three year : h ? cou.d i ot find anything that would nelp tier till he u-ed He1 b ino. His wife will not keep h -usc w th out it. and cannot sa'v too much for it ' 50--. Sold by Kelly Drug Co. Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs at the Portland Lot! rii g House. IUxjcis 25c, 50c, Toe and *1 . Fifth a renue, op posite Canadian Bank of Coiumeice. You make no mistake by leaving your orders at the /American Tailors. 1*^11 and Wiatar Good* Are Her* The fall and winter goods which we have been advertising have arrived and are now re dy for the trade Those who desire the opportunity from the entire stock should not delay in leaving their orders. F. Wolland. Kodak! ? tie box to picture rex, ?age made on paper. n pressed. We do the rest, ua Case & Draper. WlOtf NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the l'oit?d State* Commissioner * Court, for the District of Alaska, Division No I, at Skiis-wuv In Probate In the mutter of the btileol K. O. Caswell, Dt Notlce 1* hereb* jtreo that the undertlgucd vmi annointesl ;uiraluistralrlx of the raltl* of 1 O Oa.-wiil, licensed, on the iind day of Sep- 1 loin bar. l*)i. All i-erson* having claim* against . ihc **i ! ??stale are hereby rw|ulr?d to exhibit ' ih'Ui.wlih the necessary vouchers within six ? month- alter the first publication of this no tit e, to th?' said administratrix. at her resldeuce . Ml ska^way, Alaska, or to R. W. JeaulDgs, at torney tor said administratrix, at his office In \ Stairway. Ala?fca, the some belnir the place*, loi the tn%n-.ictlor of the business of said | estate in the t own of Ska?way, District of Alas- ? This notice is published by ord-jr of the t nitrd Slates commissioner for th** District if Alaska. Division No 1, alfSkasway. and Ex offl 0 rrwfcftle ludge. daled the Xfnd day of Sep tember. Wt ? .. Duttsl this ."ind d ly of September, 1901. i'lrst Publication September St, I9M. Cast I'u biles l ion October A 1UH. ELIZABETH T. CASH ELL, Administratrix of the E taieof E. O. Caswell, 1 itcmiri, MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 47 1 United States Land Office. Juneau, Alaska, Sept. 29, 1904 Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of the act of Congress, approved Mu. 10th. 1*72, J. P. Ma'ony, whose post ottiee address is Juneau, Alaska, for himself, and as the attorney in fact of John Dal ton, and E. B. Hanley, his co-claimants, have made appli< ation for patent for seventeen and 919-1000 acres of toe Wiley placer claim, four and 703 1000 acres of the Legal Tender placer claim, sixteen and 4*<5-1000 acres of the Fenley placer claim, eighteen and 319 l?k 0 acres of the Mix placer claim, and two and 721-1000 acres of the Jenks Fractioa placer claim, all situate in the Forvupine Mining District, District of Alaska, and described by the official plat herewith posted, and by the field notes on file, in t he office of the Regis ter of Juneau Land District, Alaska, as follows: viz. FIELD NOTES OF MINERAL SUKVEY, | No. 636. WILEY I'LACER CLAIM. Beginning at corner No. 1. Identi cal w ith loca'ion corner. A hemlock post 1 feet long. 4 inches square, set 18 luches in the ground, with mound of -tone, scribed U. S- S. 636 j from which a hemlock tree 8 inche? in diameter bears N. 76 deg. 50' W. 12 feet: A hem nek tree 12 iuchcs in diameter bears N. I S> Jet? W. 13 feet, each blazed and | scribed U S. S. 636 B 1*. U. S. L M No, 3, bears N. 20 deg 00' E. 10548 ti feet: thence S 18 aeg, 34' W. var 31 di g. 00' E. 1018 2 feet to corner No. 4., I Macson Piaoer U. S. 3. 573, and along [line 4-3 of that survey, the center of which is given erroneously as S 17 deg I V E. in that survey. 1265.5 feet to I .?enter Hemlock Gulch. 3 feet wide, | course N. 10 deg. W., 1302 2 feet to cor 1 ner No. 2. A hemlock tost 4 feet ljng, 1 inches square, set 18 inches in the grourd, with mound of stone, scrib.d U. S. S. <.:;<-2, from which a h-mlock tree [ 10 inenes in diameter liears N. 5 deg HO' K 10 feet. A hemlock tree 30 inches I iu diameter. bears N. 01 deg. 15' W . 8 | feet, each blazed and scribed U. S. ? :?i?-2, b. T. Center of S. E. end of I p'.aee-r workings 3yxl0xl00 feet be rs | N 10 feet, running thence N. 18 deg. W: thence N 70 deg. 11' tV.,var 31 deg. 00" E . 1" "0.0 in t u< center of I 'oreupino creek, 50 feet wide, flows N. 20 d>-g. E., 600.0 feet to corner No. 3, not being a suitable place to set corner on ao ount ?f slide. I set witness corner S. 70 deg. U' E ;:W.3 feet. A hemlock p st 4 feet i>ng 4 invhes square, set 18 inches in the ground. with raoun I of stoue, scribed 1'. S. S. 636-3? W C. from which cor t.r a hemlock tree 10 inches in diamc: . r. bear? N. 67 deg. 50' W 8 3 feet, hi tulock tree 4 inches in diameter, boirsN.7 deg. 23' E. 10.4 feet, etch biaixd and scribed U. S. S 030 3 W. C. >. T.: thence fron ru ? corner north 18 deg. 30' E. var. 31 deg. 00' E., 1301.5 leet to corner No. 4: a hemiock post 4 feet Ik g. 4 inches sq uare, set 18 inches in i ho grourd, with mound of stone scribed l". S. S 630 4-3, from which a hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter, bears S. 70 drg. 08' K. 22 feet: a hemlock tree 3 feet in iii irnet r, li'arsS. 12 d*-g. 15' W,, _N :: feet, each blazed and scribed U. S. 'i.l'i-4 3 B. T.: thenc-* S. TO deg. 15' fci. var. 31 deg 00' E", 10.0 feet to placer workings 6 feet deep, 14 feet wide, 61.6 feet to point from which the N. W. center of pi cer workings 00*100 x20 feet deep, bears S. 18 deg. 30' E? 119 feet, thence running S. 18 deg E., 11HI 0 feet to leave placer workings, . !?*?!> 4 feet to center of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, Hows N. 20 deg. E. 599.4 f- ct to corner No. 1, the place of be ginning. All corners-are identical with the location corners, LEGAL TENDER FUACTIOK Beginning at corner No. 1; a hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground, wiih mound of -tone, scribed If. S. S, 630-1-2, from which corner a hem l ek tree 8 inches in dumeter, Dears N. 80 deg. W. 4.8 feet. Spruce tree 14 inches in diamet er riears S, 57 deg. E. 2 4 feet, eich r?l . ;d and scribed U. S. 6 H30-1-2 B T U. S. L. M. No. 3, bears N. 19 deg 56' E. 10212.1 feet: thence S. 22 deg. 02' VV. var. 31 deg 00' E, 336.7 feet to corner So. 2. Identical with corner No. 1, Wiley lode of this survey, previously described: thence N. 7C deg. 15' W, var. 31 leg. 00' E, along lin; 1-4 Wilev claim of this snrvey. 240.0 feet to cen ter of Forcuoine creek 50 feet wide, :iows N. 20 deg. E., 409.4 feet to pla cer workings, 589.4 feet to leave placer workings, 599.4 feet to corner N ?. 3 Identical with corner No. 4, Wiley of I his survey, previously described: | hence N. 10 deg. 40' E. var. 31 deg. ?j" E., 316.1 feet to corner No. 4: a icml-ck post 4 feet long 4 inches square ,et 1*< inciws in the ground, with mound >f stnuc, scribed U. S. S. 636-4, from ?h ch corner a hemlock tree 2 feet in .itmetcr. bears N. 75 deg, E 15 fett. A hemlock tr>e 3 feet in diameter, bears S, 20 deg. W, 1.8 f et,e eh blazed and .crilu'd II. S S islii* 1 it T :thence S. f. Jl' E. var 31 deg 00 K. 215 0 feet o e> nte- of placer w, rk n^s Wx250x 5 ? ct extendii g N. 19 deg. E. 23 feet tnd S. ly d i, W , 15 fe t: 431.2 feet to center of Poreupine creek 50 feet wide, tlow< N, 10 de.'. K., mi;! 2 feet to corncr s , I, the place of begmn ng. All cor iers are iucDticul with the locat oo ?orticrs. FE.XLEV Beginnii g at com r No. 1: a hemlock p -st 4 fe. t long 4 inch st^uare, set 18 inches in th-; urou d, with mound of stone, scribed U. S. S. 630-1 from wiiie-h ci ruer a hem'ock tree 2 feet in diameter, ceais s. 14 deg. E. 4.7 fec&. V hein'ock tree 8 iuehes iu diametfr, ->ears N. ^4 deg. 10' W . 4.9 feet, each blazed and scrib d U. 8. S. 06-1, B. i". S. E. corner of house 20x30 fe<>t, bears N . lldt-g. 39' E. 673 feet, S. E. corner ot f ous-. 14x16 feet, bears N. 15 deg. 24* E. 710 feet. S E corner of hou-e 14x16 feet, bears N. 11 deg , 05' E., 705 fact. S. E corner of house 14x 16 feet, bea s N. 12 deg. 40' E 702 feet, I" S. L M. No. 3, bears N. 20 de?'. WE 9037 6 feet: thence S 15 deg. 33' W., var. 31 deg 00' E.. 1178.2 feet to corner Xo 2 Identical with corner No. 1. Leg il T.-nr'er, this survey prjvi ously de-erio. d; thence N. 72 deg. 21' W., var 31 deg. 00' E. Along line 1-4 Legal Tender claim of this survey. 232 0 feet to c nter of Porcupine creot 50 feet wide, flows N. 10 deg. E. 418.2 J feet to center of placer workings ex tending N. 19 dog. E. 235 feet an- S. It) deg. W. 15 feet. 627 4 feet tocomer No. 3; a hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 inches sou are. set 18 inches in the ground. with [ mound of stone, scribed XJ 3. S. 3, from wj loh corner a hemlock Vec 4 laches in diameter, bears N ?>?> deg. E. 16.7 feet: a hemlock treo 12 inch s In diameter, bears N. 30 dec. W. 19 feet, each blazed and scribed U . P. S 636 3 B. T. Corner No . 4, Leg?l Tender claim of this survey, (mars N. 72 ileg. 21' W. 35 8 feet distant: thence N 24 dcg. >? E.,var. 31 deg. 00' E. 661.8 feet to cor ner No. 4; a hemlock |K><t 4 inches square, 4 feet long, set 18 inches in the I ground, with mound of slone^ scribed I U. S. S. 636-4 from which corucr a hem lock tr> e 8 Inches in d simeter bears S. 36 deg. 0o' W. 16.4 feet: a hemlock tree | 2 feet in diameter, bears N..'!s) deg.^NV. 18 feet, each blazed and scribed U, S. S. 636-4 B. T. N W. corner of cabin 14x16 feet bears S. 160 feet. N. K. corner of cabin 16x30 feet, bears S, 7 deg. 30' E. 121 feet: thence N- 10 deg. 09' E var 31 deg. 00' E. 735.4 feel to corner No. u, A eottonwood post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground scribed U* S. S. 636-5, from which cor ner, a eottonwood tree 6 Inches ia dia- 1 meter, bears S. 87 deg. \V. 26 8 feet, blazed and scribe^., U. S. S. #36-5, B. T.: thence S. 53 deg. 4ft' E. var ."1 deg. 00' E. 350.0 feet to center of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, llows N. E. 630 0 feet tocomer No. 1, place of beginning. All corners are identical with tho location corners. mix placer Claim Beginning at corner No 1: a hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground, wuh mound of stone, scribed U. 8. from whien corner a spruce tree 3 feet In diameter bears N. 68 deg. 30' W ? 136 fc? ?. J spruce tree 10in :hes in diameter, bears S. 62 dee. 45' e. 24.5 feet, each blazed | and scribed U. s s, 636-1 B. T s. E corner of cab'n 14x16 feet, bears S deg. 20' W. 662 feet. S. t. corner of cabin 20x24 feet, bears S. 54 deg W 539 feet. V S L. M No. 3. bears N 18 dee. 47' E. 7697.7 feet; thence S. 33 deg. 45' W. var. 31 ceg. 00' E.. 13.). > feet to corner No. 2. On line 5-1 Fen ey claim of this survey: a hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 in. hesin the grouad with mound of stoic. scribed U ?>. S. 636-2, from which corner a hem lock tree 18 inches In diameter, bears N. 21 deg W. 4.7 feet A hemlock tree 12 Inches in diameter, bears if. 8.? deg. E 6.8 feet each blazed and scribcd U.>. S." 636-2 B. T. cotner No. 1, lenley claim ol th.s survey, bears S. j3 ae:'. 45' E , 60 feet distant. Center of pit -0 -feet deep and 25 feet In diameter, bears N. 4 deg. 30. \V. 328 feet: thence N. >3 deg. 45' W. var. 31 deg. 00' E. Along line 5-1 Fenley claim of this survey. 220.0 feet to centorjof Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, flows N. E. 570 0 feet to corner No. 5 Fenley claim of lhi? sur vey. 581.0 ft. to corner No.3. Cottonwood post 4 feet long, 4 inches square set 18 iLches in the ground, with mound of stone, scribed U. S S. 636 3. No bear' ings available: therce N 32 dcg. 15 r. var. 31 deg. 00' E. 1366 8 f^et to correr| No 4: a spruce i>oat 4 feet long, 4 merits square. s?t 18 inchrs in the ground, with mound of stoue, scribed U. S. S. . iar>-4. No bearings available: thereof. ?'2 deg. 57 E . var. 31 deg. <>?>' E. 24. .1 1 eet to center of Porcupine creek feet wide, flows N. 32 deg E. .A3, feet to corner No. 1, the place nf '>v* gli - ding A?l corners are id ^-u lie tl with tn> loeatU n come ? JENKS FRACTION Beginning at corner No. 1. Identical | with corner No 3. Hi coverv, L ? S. S. 574, and corner 3, Chief, U.S s.No ? ? A hemlock post 4 inches squat e. how ing :W inches abo.e ground, with mound of stone, s ribed U. S. S. 6-6-1. | on side facing Jeuks' friction. I . S L. M. No. 3, bears N. 18 do-'. .}? E 7493.1 feet: then eS. 11 de/. 10' \\ var. 31 . eg. 00 E. 150.0 feet to ce iter of trail 3 feet wide, course S. E, 218.1 f-et to corner No, 2. a hemlock |Ht>t I feet long, 4 Inches square, set 1* inches in the ground with mound of stone, si rib ed U. S. S. 636-2, from whi.h corner a spruce tree 3 feet in diame er, bears i> >>2 deg. E? 34-6, feet. A hemlock tree j> inches in diameter, bears N. 3" deg. \\. ?4 5 feet, eich blazed and srrtoeu L . S * 636-2 B. T,; then e 52 oeg. 57' W . var. 31 dog. 00' E. 41.3 feet to corner No. 1. -Vix claim of this survor and along line 1-4 of said Mix claim. 38i.. J feet to v enter of Porcupine creek. ? | feet w.de. flows N. 32 deg. 00 E. .i90.8 feet to co/ner No, 3; a r.emlock po?t l[ feet lor>g. 4 inches square, set 1* inches in tne ground, with mound of atone, scribed I'. S. S 636-3 from whkh cor ner a spru<e stump 2 feet In d ameter. boars S. 77 deg.-W. 3.1 feet, blaze i and scribed U. S. S. 63ti-3 B. i . C rner No i Mix claim of this survey, boira N. 52 de/ 57' W, 44.2 feet distant; ther.ce N . lldeg. 30'E.. var. 31 deg. 00'E 218.0 feet to corner 4. Identi' al with corner No. 4, Discovery U. S. S. 574. A ,ieiP" lock post 4 inches square, showing .HJ inches above ground, upon which I scribed U. S. S. 636-4, ou sice faring Jeoks fraction: thence S. 53 do*. 21 E. var. 31 deg' 00' H. Along line 4-.t survey No. 574 . 215.0 fee; 10 center of N. h. end of placer workings 15 x4 >x'-o feet deep, extending S. 32 de^. \\ . loo feet. 275,o feet to center of ( or. upine creek. 5o feet wide, flows N. 6 deg. oo E 382. o feet to trail 3 feet, wide, course N .E 610.0 feet to corner No 1, the place of beginning. All comers are identical with the locat on < oruers_. Total Area Wiley 1' ? ' " Legal Tender 4-iO.i '? " Fenley 16.485 ? ?? Mix..' 18-3J? 11 ?' Jenks Fraction 2.7S1| Total Are i Placer Claims 60.117 The above claims join on the north east Disco erv Pla er Claim, survey No 574, on the east by uukrowo pla<er claims, on the west by the Last Chance placer claim, and he Lucky Jf? pi icer claim, and on the south and east by sur vey No. 573, and unknown pi 1 er c la ms 'i'he location notices of these placer mining claims are re orded as fol ows:? The Wiley Placer claim is leoorue 1 in Vol. "B" at p ge 95, of the re ords ?f the Sk^gway liecording D strict. The Ie^al Tender placer cla m is re orded in Vol. "B", at pate 317, o: the re oids of the Skagway He oul ng Di-' rict. Tlie Fen'ey placer ? laim is re orded in Vol. "A", at pa;.e 2"). of the re oids of the Skagway l e oiding Distri. t. The Mixpia. er claim is re onleil In Vol. "A", at pat.e 29, of tie recouls of the Skagway Recording Di>tr?t The Jenks Fraction pi iter claim is re or ded in Vol. "D". at pa?.e 14, of the re ords of- the Skag ' ay Refolding [ District, . . rtnyanda)l peraoDS c!a mm? adver sely anyporti-m of the a'-ove described premises, ate requiretl ts> ti e their ail verse clsirn with the Beg.s'er of the United States Laid ONi'e at .Ini.eau, Alaska, during the sixty d?ys i er til of publication here f. or it ey wi-l bo 6ar ntl bv virtue of tbe provisions o' the Statute. John W. Dudley, BegHter It ia hereby orde-ed th it ttie torego i g notice be publis' ed f r the s atu t.,rv period in the Daily Alaskan, a newspaper published at Skagway, Alas John W. 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