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WHY NOT WEASt THE BE
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BY DAVIOjUHXR.
|%JQ S3 CLOTHING CO
k
The Best Is
None Too Good
THERFORE BUY THE
DAVID ADLER & SONS and
H. S. & M.
Hand Tailored Suits
They cost no more than other suits but
they have that fit, style and snap that
gives character, value and distinction
both to the suit and to the wearer ol it
Wear the Best
Hart SchclTncr
V Marx
Hand Tailored
f^yyrtfhi tl*4 ly libit Sc b*ffu?r A Mm 1
Cravenette
Rain Coats
Appeal to Every Wearer of
Good Clothes
They are made ol the same material as
other good dressy coats and the rain rolls
ofi them like quicksilver. When a show
er is over you hardly know it had been
raining as the surface ol the goods is left
perfectly dry.
For Comfort, Style and Ser
vice They Are Certainly IT.
We Have Just Received a Large Shipment c-f These Goods and Invite Your Examination
There Are None Better
F. K CLAYSON & CO.
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FAIRBANKS MAY
HAVE SOLDIERS
According to advice* received in the
last mail to come up the Yukon the
government may sent! soldiers from
Fort Gibbon to Fairbanks. This action
if It shall be taken, it is said, will be
the result of the robberies that too*
place at Fairbanks just prior to the
sailing of the last steamers and the
knowledge that a bad gang of tough*
are in that camp.
It was reported some time ago that
an effort was being made by the civil
authorities to get the soldiers for the
big camp, and the report now is that
they were getting ready to go.
Mill Watars Lo.t Art (MUotloa
According to the Dawson News, Miss
Emily Waters, formerly of Syracuse,
N Y., and who residea at Skagway for
a long time, artist anil writer, lost all
her personal effects at the Cecil hotel
fire. The loss included a 1 irge art col
lection and a great deal of her manu
script. She also lost a>l her clothing,
she was a a guest at the Flannery ho
tel.
1U>W ClaMt Earlier at Falrkaaks
The Yukon river, it is said, closes
two weeks earlier at Fairbanks than at
Dawsoo. Last year it closed there Oct
tober 10. which was three weeks ahead
of the closing at the Ktocdike ell*.
Hallowsaa Party
i The social department of the Ep
worth League will give a Halloweon
party one week from tonight at the
Methodist church. There will be a
brief program in the audience room of
the church followed by a basket lunoh
in the church parlors. Tlfls league is
noted for its fine entertainments, and in
ibis it is the purpose to oocdo itself.
(Fuller announcements of the program
etc. will be made this week.
City Caaaoil Meats T*al(k:
There will be a meeting of the Skag
wav city council at the city hall on
Fifth avenue thla evening. The com
mittee on the water works will pro bar
bly make its final report tonight,
LETTER LIST
Uaealled far Latter* Raateiala* la
Uaswaj Pu?tala?. Oat. W
Persons calling for this unclaimed
matter will pleased say "advertised."
Ihinlap. John Win Krauceskl.EVminick
Gome/. Mrs O Graham, Mrs A A
Koushtay, Mrs M Minter, Wm
Neelv, G Simpson, William
Wm. B. Sampson, P. M.
Dr. Raasaas Raatsvad
Dr. W. C. Ransom has removed to
the Kelly block. 2w
English corduroy pants at Clayson's.
They wear like a nigger's heel.
VOIR CHANCE
Here Is an Opportunity of a
Life Time
A new horseshoe lunch counter and
four new boxes have betii added to the
Board of Trade restaurant. A plate
glass front anJ funnily entrance hare
been put in and all is now in first-class
shape. Heating stoves and a cash reg
ia'er will go with the lease in addition
to the furniture and property hereto
fore advertised
Remember, this property goes at 125 '
per month on a two or three-year lease.
This rental includes both floors of the
building, the chicken house and yard,
store room, ioe boxes, large and small,
French range and some kitchen furni
ture. dining room furniture, including
tables, chairs, tTUO worth of dishes and
linen, and many other accessories.
The dining room Door is covered with
linoleum and the upper Moor, which
would make excellent living apart
ments, is carpeted.
If the range is too large, another to
suit the tenant will be put in.
Write or call on Lee Guthrie,
lmo Skagway, Alaska.
Coald Not b? Bettar
The uniform success of Ctmtnberl jin's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reuiedv
bas won for it a wide repntation and
many people throughout the country will
agree with Mr. Chas. W. Mattisou, of
Milford, Va., who says. It works like
magic, and is the best preparation I know
of. It conldo't be any Oetter." He had
a serious attack of dysentery and was ad
vised to trv a bottle ot this remedy,
which be did, with the result that im
mediate relief was obtained. For sale by
Kelly Drag Co.
Nolle*
During the summer months I will
sell bread at 5 cents a loaf and all ot tier
pastries in proportion. We use the best
material and a competent baker is in
| charge. Give us a call and be con
| vinced. The Vienna Bakery.
Pennsylvania anthracite (83 per cent,
carbon), finest coal in the world, $2.25
per sack of 200 pounds, delivered.
Snaw & Johnson, Moore wharf, lmo
Is your washing sawfactory t Are
your clothes torn? If no or yes, try the
Skagway Hand Laundry, and you will
be satisfied. 3 20
We hare a small line of reversible
hunting coats we would like to show
sportsmen. F. H. C'layson St Co.
fna Conoert Daily
A free concert is given'at the Mascot
saloon every afternoon and evening.
AU the latest songs and airs. It is
worth hearing.
Club bags, bureau and wardrobe
trunks, telescopes and suit cases at
Clayton's.
MINERAL APPLICATION FOR
U. S. PATENT NO 48.
Mineral Survey No- 639.
United States Land Office.
Juueau, Alaska. October 5, 19.H.
Notice is hereby given that, in pursuauce of
the art of congress approved May 10th, 1872,
K. It Hmnley. whose post office address is Por
cupine, Alaska, and as the attorney-in-fact of
Mrs. M *n ley l>an forth and Jas, M. Qullter, haa
made application for a patent for 14.436 acres, of
placer mining ground, situate in the Porcupiue
Min in* District. District of Alaska, and de
scribed by the official plat herewith posted, and
l>y t he field notes on file In the office flf the
Register of the Juneau Laud District, Alaska,
ms follows, viz:
OFHClAL NOTES OF U. 8. MINERAL SURVEY
no. 619.
last chance Placer
Beginning at corner No. 1, on line 3-4 Mix
cluim. survey, No. 6K. A spruce post i feet
lone I inches square, set 18 inches in the
ground, with mound of stone, scribed U .S. S.
u?M, from which corner an alder tree IS Inches
in diameter bears N 51 deg. 10' W. 12.6 feet
blazed and scribed L" . S. S. 639-LB. T, U, S, L.
M No. \ bflttt ^N. ^24 deg. oi' E. 8S&3.1 feet.
Corner so. 4. Mix claim, survey no. 636. bears
N. 2 deg. 15 E >00.1 feet; theuce S. 32 deg. 15
W. var. 31 deg. Ut* E. Along line 4-3 Mix claim,
U, S S. r?ot 506.70 feet to corner No. 2. Identi
cal with corner No. 3, Mix claim, U.S. 8. 636, a
Cottonwood post 4 iucbes square, showing
inches above ground, which 1 scribed U, S. S.
? .00 Mdc fuciiig claim. No other bearing
available. 1 hence S. 53 deg, 4* E, var. 3I deg.
uu E. Along line 3-2 Mix claim, survey 63ri.
11.0 feet to corner no. 3. Identical with corner
sue. 5 Kenley claim, U.S. s. 636. A cottonwood
po?l ? inches --square, showing 30 inches above
ground w hich I scribed U. S. S. 639-8. on side
fa in* claim. A cottonwood tree 6 inches
diameter bears S. S7 deg. 00* W. 26.8 feet, blazed
Mini scribed U.S. S. 639-3 II T. S theuce S 10 1
deg- 00' W. var. 31 deg. 00' K. Along line 5-4
Kenley claim, survey 6 6. 35o.o0 feet to cross
creek, 6 feet wide, flows N. E 735.40 feet to cor
ner no 4. Identical with corner no. 4. Keuley
ciaimlU. S. S. 636, A hemlock post 4 Inches
square, showing*) inches above ground, which
I scribed U. S. S. 689-4. In side facing claim. 1
Corner no. 3 Kenley cluim, survey no. 636, bears
S. ?4 deg. s7' W.. 654.6 feet. A hemlock s inches
diameter bears S 36 deg. 0^ W. I6.4 feet. A
hemlock 24 inches diameter bears n. 30 deg Oo' 1
W. Is feet, each blazed and scribed U. S, S. 639- 4
11. T.; thence n. 70 deg. 00' W. var. 31 deg. 00'
K. along the northeasterly boundary of the
Lucky Joe placer claim, unsurveyed. a70.0 to
point from which center of southwesterly end
of placer workings i2$x50x20 feet, bears N. 44
deg. CO E. isOfeet; thence extending N, E.
feet to center of rlume 16 inches wide, course N,
uu deg 00' E. Sjp.O feet to edge ol creek, flows n.
70 deg. E s71.sb feet to corner no. 5. A cotton
uood post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18
iuches iu the ground, with mouud ol stone,
scribed U. 8. S. 6*9-5. from which corner a cot
tonwood tree 8 inches In diameter bears n 12
deg.' 80* E. I5 feet. A cottonwood tree 10 inches
in diameter' bear* s N) deg W. 17 feet, each
blazed aud scribed U S. S. 639-5 u T. ; Theuce
N. is deg. 44' E var. 31 deg 00* E. 1223.10 feet to
corner no. 6. Not set .for the reason that the
corner would be in dai:ner of being destroyed
J?y slides. I set witness corner s. 70 deg. Ui* fc.
8 7.4 f' et A ipriM poet 4 feet Ion?. 4 in :hes
square,, set 18 inches in the ground, with mound
of stone, scribe 1 U. s. s. 639 6 W. C. Frofla
w hieh corner a hemlock p<>st 8 inches in diame
ter, bears s. Is deg. 10' W 5 leet. A willow t.ce
4 laches in diameter bears n. 3 deg. E., 4 3 f< el.
each blazed and scribed, U. s. 8.639-6 W. C 11. T.J
thtu? e beginning at true corner 8. 70 deg 00 K
var. 31 deg ;o B. J;7 4O to . C. No. 6, previous
v 1' s rit.e-1 4$$M ftet iO Hume 16 Inches * tde,
OiQne n. 19 deg. E, S70.00 feet to ooreerNo. l.the
place of beginning. Containing an area of
U 436 acres. Allcomers are ideutical with the
location corners.
The above eltiim is joined on the east by the
Fenley and Mix placer claims, survey no. 636.
and on the south by the Lucky Joe placer
claim and on the north and west' by unkuown
placer claims.
The location notice of the last Chance Min
ing clu'ui is recorde I in book 7, of placers, page
33o, leeords of the Juneau Recording District,
District of Alaska.
Any and all person* claiming adversely any
portiou of the above described premises, are
required to tile their adverse claim, with the
Register of the U. s. Land office, at luneau Ala
ska. during the sixty days period of public aion
hereof, or tbey will be barred by virtue of the
provisions of the statute.
JOHN ^.'DUDLEY,
Register
U Is hercbv ordered that the foregoing uolice
be published lor the statutory period in the
Dait) Alaskau. a daily newspaper published at
SKaicwav. Alaska
ter.
Just opened. The Railroad restau
rant will now serve you with the best
meal in town. Your patronage is sol
cited Williams & Peterson.
JOHN W. DUDLEY,
Kegla
MINERAL APPLICATION, NO. 44.
Survey, No. 627.
United States Land Office,
Jutu'uu, Alaska. August ID, i9o!.
Notice is hereby given, that, in persuanco of
the act of Congress*, approved May loth. Ih7j,
J. F , Miloney, whose postofficc address
Juneau, Alaska, and as ihe attorney, in fact, o t
Sam Ilium, has made application for a patent
lor nineteen and two hundred and thirty
eivht one-thousandth acres, on the Chief Placer
Claim, situated in the Porcupine Mining dis
trict, Distiict of Alaska, and described by the
official plat herewith posted and by the field
notes on tile in the office of the Keg
Juneau Laud District, of Alaska, as follows, viz;
FIELD NOTES OF MINERAL SURVK?
NO. 627,
Chief PlACKX ClAim.
Beginning at corner No. 1, a hemlock |?ost 4
inches square, showing 30 inches above ground,
in mound of stone, scribed U. 8. S. 027 on
on side facing claim, said coiner is identical
with location corner and corner No. I, Discov
ery Claim, U, S. S. 574, irom which
corner. U. 8 L M., No. 3, beara N. 14
deg. 37' E ., 6179.7 feet, thence 8. 5o deg. ,05' \V,
var. 30 deg. 54 E.. along lino 1 2. survey No.
574. 443.00 feel, centcr of placer working lllx
luxs feet extendiu? N. 25 deg. \V 10 feet and
S. 25 deg, E, TO feet; 805.0u feet, cross trail,
course norm; $40.0 feet to corner No. ?. Iden
tical with locatiou corner and corner No. 2, Dis
covery, U S.S.574,a hemlock post 4 inches square
show lug 30 inches above ground in mound of
stone, marked U. 8. 8.627-2 on side facing claim,
from which a hemlock tree 12 inches in diameter
bears S. L deg. 2o' W. 4.2 feet distant; a hem
lock stump bears S. 81 deg 40 L., 0 i? feet dis
tant, each blazed and scribed 8. 627-2-1J . T. ;
theuce S. 17 deg. 5i' \V, var. o0 deg. 64' K. along
line 2-8 survey No. 574. 85.00 icet cross trail,
course N. 50 deg E. and S. ;? deg. W. trail 3 icet
wide. 6u.7 feet to corucr No 3, identical with
location ami corner No. 3, dt.-cover> I S
a hemlock post 4 Inches square, showing 90
inches above ground. in mound of stone. marked
U. S. S. t?27?S on side facing claim, from which a
hemlock tree 30 inches diame er bears N, 75
deg.OU'iV 39 feet di*tant, blazed and scribed
8.627-3-B. T.; thence S. 53 deg. 20' E., var. 30
deg. 64' E. lt*).oo leet cross trail 3 feet wide,
course N. JO deg, E 600,00 feet cornet No. 4;
ldontical with location corner: a hemlock post
4 feel long, 4 in. sq. set 18 inches in the grouud.
with mouud of sioue, scribed U. S. 8. 027-4,
from which corner a spruce tree 4 feet in di-.
ameler bears N. 24 deg. W., */3.0 feet: a hem
lock tree 18 inches in diameter, bears 8. 39
deg. 20' E. 33.5 feet, each blazed and scribed U.
8, S. 627-4 B. T, ; thence N. 17 deg. 02 K., var,
30 deg. 54' E.. 611.7 feet to corner No. 5, identic
al with locution corner, A spruce post 4 feet
long, 4 inches squure. set 18 incties in the
ground, with mound of stone, scribed U. S. S.
027-5, from which corucr u hemlock tree lt> in
ches in diameter bears N, 60 deg. K- 11 feet; a
hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter beers N . 7.'
deg. 10 W. 12.3 feet, eaeh blazed and scribed U.
5 5. 677-5-D. T ; theuce N. <.0 deg. o5' E var.
30 deg. 51' K. 8I0.O6 feel to corner
No. 0, Identical with location corner,
A hem lock post 4 feet long,. 4 in. square,
set 18 inches in ihe ground, with mound of
stone, scribed U. S. S 627-t:, from which a hem*
lock tne I4 inches in -diameter bears N. Us deg
W. 7 leet,; a hemlock tree 3 feet in diameter
bears N. >3 deg. E? etch blazed and scribed U
S.S.627 G-B. T , center of southeasterly end of
placer vorktngs *0x8x150 leet, bears N,G7 d.g.
W. lft feet, thence runuing N. oO deg. W. i.Vj
feet; thet.ee N. 53 deg., 20' W , var 30 deg., 51* K.
480.00 feet cross trail 3 feet wide, course S. 25
deg W. tOO.OO feet to C^rne. No. 1, Ihe place ol
beginning; containing an ares of l.?.23s acres.
The above claim adjoius on the northwest ihe
Discovery Placer Claim, U ?, Survey N. 574. on
all other sides by vacant grouud. or unknown
placer claims. The locatiou notice of this plac
er claim' is recorded in Volume "A,' *?l page I/3,
NLiung Locations of the records of bkagway Re
cording District, at Saagway. Alaska.
Auy and a|l persons claiming adversely any
portion ol the above described premises are re
quired to Hie their adverbC claim with ihe
Register ol the United States Land Office aw
Juneau. Alaska, during the sixty days' period aof
publication hereof, or they will be barred by
virtue ol 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
Daii.y Alaskan, a daily newspaper published
at Skagway. Alaska. 1
JOHN W. DUDLEY,
Register.
New Music at Pack Train
The Pack Train saloon has just re
ceived 50 new records for its excellent
phonograph and the largest horn that
ever came to Alaska. There will be a
grand concert at that place tonight.
The latest songs and the latest instru
mental selections will be given.
Kull dress suits at Clayson's.
'W?i&WXK?X?X'X*X?Xil'X'W?Xn?l?tft'X?X?li>
I' Canadian Paeifie fty. Co.!
i
Direct Service, No Intermedlatj J
Call, to
t Vancouver
Victoria
Transferring to
Seattle 1 1
No Extra Charge
OCT. 21
OCT. 26
Sailing at 6 "p. m.
For Speed, Comfort, Service and
Appointment These Twin Screw
Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For
Information Write or Apply to
F. B.DUNN , A*t.. SKAGWAY
f> nroiiiii?iiin)irinwwy?w?w
The Idaho Liquor House
CORNER i'HIRD AND BROADWAY,
The Pioneer Family Liquor Store of Skagwav
EST/BLISUED 1897
Direct Importers of Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIG-ARS
AGENTS FOR
LEMPS and SKAGWAY BREWERY'S BOTTLED REEK
Privaj Rooms For Families
Special Attention toOiders ftr Family (Jte. Tel?phone 59 i
vwr.r.r.y. r.r.t.r.w. r.r.r.>>w?r.Y.?sra<*?
The WhitePass& Yukon Route
TIME TABLE 13
(Daily Except Sunday.)
No. 3. N. BJ No. 1. N. B. No. 8. S. Bound No. 2 S E
2nd class. 1st class. 1st claus 2nd claw*
8 30 p. m. 6 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 15 a. m
10 3? " n^}" " WHITE PASS " ' " 2 10 "
01 40 a. m. 11 45 " '? LOG CABIN 2 10 " 1 00 "
12 20 12 35 [ P',m " BENNETT " J ^ J p.m " 12 20 p.m
2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 50a. m "10 20 "
8 40 " 4 30 " AR White Horse LV 9 30 " I.V, " 7 oo "
Passengers must be at depots In time to have Bapjaue Inspected and
checked. Inspection is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train.
150 pounds of baggage will be checked free with each full fare ticks
and 75 pounds with each half fare ticket.
During ths Open Season of Navigation on the Yukon River The
While Pass & Yukon Rome
OPERATES A THROUGH LINE FROM
Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon
and Dawson
HND HLL INTERMEDIATE POINTS
Connection Made at Dawson with Lower River Steamboats for Tanana, Fairbanks, Si. Michael and Nome
Linds Passengers and Freight at these Camps Earlier in the Season and Quicker than Auy Other Route
WINTER ROUTE SERVICE
Du.'ing the Winter Season, When Navigation is Closed, Finely Appointed Trains will Continue to IJun Daily
Except Sunday, Between Skagway and Whitehorse
A ThrougK Mail, Passenger and Freight Service will be Maintained by a Thoroughly Equipped
STAGE LINE BETWEEN WHITEHORSE AND DAW ON
BAGGAGE BONDED THROUGH
Direct Telegraphic Service to all Points in United States and Canada
Far information relative to Passenger Freight and Telegraphic rate*, apply to any agent of company, or to
M. .f. B. WHITE.G.F & P. A. A.B. NEWLLL, V. P. &G. M. 11 D. PINNF.O, Asst. G. F. & I'. A.
Vancouver, B. C
Vancouver. B. 0. and Skaguay, Alaska
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