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The Best Is one 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 Schaffncr V Marx Hand Tailored Cwia" *>? Uirllcktfiir A y?tav C raven ette Rain Coats Appeal to [very 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. H. CLAYSON & CO.? WEATHER CONTINUES 6EIIING WARMER The weather on the Vukoo ia still getting warmer. There hu been a raise of about 10 degree*. The report from the lower river showed conditions at * a. m. today to be as fo' lows: W hitehorse? Clear, calm, "'2 'above. River 32 inches above low water. Dawson ? snowing, calm, 2?* above, lota of ice Ogilvie Clear, calm, 2 inches new snow. 2"iabove, ice running. Stewart? Snowing, calm, 24 above, river full of th clc ice. Sylwyn Cloudy, north wind, 30 above, no ice Selkirk Cloudy, calm, 20 above, little ice. Vukoo Cros-inS? Cloudy, south wiud, do ice. Falrfcaaks la Ooo4 Condition A statement of the financial affairs of Fairbanks given at a council meet ing September 15 showed a balance of fJ.3H7 to the municipality's credit. Sinc? kfce incorporation of Fairbanks. November 10, 1903. the receipts from all sources aggregated $17,713. Kipen diiures for all purpose* including school* amounted to 114.480. ' f OR THE PUBLIC GOOD The Information Coatalaad in this Cttlioa'e StaUaut Is ImlukU to Alaska poop la The man whose statement sppesrs be low, who bas no tuonenlarv or other in terest in the article which he endorses, who is anxious to d? bis acquaintance and fellow residents a good turn, who publishes in this pape~ bis experience with Doan's Kiduey Pitts ? must have good and sal&cient reason for doing so. The tallowing should despel any douhts which may have existed In the reader's mi> d on this subject: Kdward Crew, tailor, place of resid ence on Water St., Port Townsend.Wssh. says: "1 have bad slight attacks of kidney complaint for years, probably raused by expoaur or bad weather, oyer exertion or attjeks of e ld. When Bn noved with these spells, I found tt very iliHicult to straighten up alter I eiiig in a stooped puoition for a little time. I was advised to try Dion's Kiduey Pills, aDtl got a f ox. They proved to be jifkt what was i eeded la my case, aud in a remark - i bly short time I was entirely cured, li Is possible that the treatment was not followed up tang enoigt foe sometime later there * ere symptoms ol a recur rence. 1 again resorted to Doan s Kid uey Pi Is, and they cbeckrd the trouble immediately. I could ttot l*sk for a bet er reuiidy than Doau's KulueJ Pilla." Por sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. P Mter-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for tbe U. S Krmember tbe name-DoanN-and take no subaii ule. Dr. Hansons Roaovod Dr. W. C. R.usom has removed to the Kelly block. 2w Duolap hats at Clayaoo's. English corduroy panta at Clajson'a. They wear like a Digger's heel. YOUR CHANCE Here Is au Opportunity of a Lift* Time A new horseshoe lunch counter anil four new boxes have bet n added to the Board of Trade restaurant. A plate glass front and faimily entrance nave been put in and all is now m first-class shape. Heating stoves and a cash reg ister will go with the lease in addition to the furniture and property hereto fore advertised Remember, this property goes a'. $25 per month on a two or three-year lease. This rental includes both tloors of the building, the chicken house and yard, store room, ice boxes, large and small. French range and some kitchen furni ture. dining room furniture, including tables, chairs, #700 worth of dishes and linen, and many other accessories. The dining room floor is covered with linoleum and the upper tloor, wiiich 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 lU>e Guthrie, lmo Skagway. Alaska. Comld Not ba Battar The uniform success of Chamber} lin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ha* won for it a wide reputation ami manv people throughout the country will agree with Mr. Chat. W. Mattison, of Milford, Va., who says. It works like magic, and is the best preparation I know of. It couldn't be ?ny better." lie hail a serious attack of dysentery and was ad vised to trv a bolt!e ot ibis remedy, which be did, with the result l list im mediate relief was obtaii c I. For sale by Kelly Drug Co. Notice During the"summer months I will *ell bread at 5 cents a loaf and all other 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), flnest coal in the world, $2.2."> per sack of 200 pounds, delivered. Snaw & Johnson, Moore wharf, lino Is your washing sautactory ? '.re j your clothes torn? If no or yes, try the j "and Laundry, and you will We have a small line of reversible hunting coats we would like to show sportsmen. P. H. Clay'son V C'o. In* Coacei-t Dalljr A free concert is given'at Lhe Mascot saloon every afternoon and evening. All the latest songs and airs. It is worth hearing. 3 20 Club bags, bureau and wardrobe trunks, telescopes and suit cases at C lav son's. MINERAL APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT NO 48. Mineral Survey No 639. United States' Ijinit Office. Juneau, Alaska, October 5, lWM. Notice is hereby given that, in pursuance of the net of congress approved May 10th, 187*2, E. I! Hanlev. whose post office address Is for MftM Alaska, anil aa the attorney in-fact of Mr*. Mauley Danforth and Jas, M. (Juilter. ha? made application for a patent for 14.436 acre*, of placer mining ground, sltuaie in the Porciipluc Miuitie District. Di-trict of Alaska, and de scribed bv the official plat herewith posted, and It the Held notes on file In the otlice of the Register of the Juui.au Land Olitrlct, Alaska, ks io! lows, viz: OFFICIAL NOTES OF U.S. MINERAL SURVEY no. cm. LAST CHANCE l'LACEK Beginning at corner No. 1, on line 3-4 Mix rial m. survey. No. 636. A spruce post 4 feet long 4 Inchcs square, set IS inches In the *cn<und, with mound ol stone, scribed U .S. S. ufcM, from which corner an alder tree 12 Inches in diameter bears N 51 deff. 10' W. 12.5 feet Mazed and scribed U S, S. 639- 1?B. T. U, S, L. M .No. ; . bnviJI.jjN deg. oi* E, 83N! 1 feet Corner no. I. Mix claim, survey no. 6j??. bears n .2 deg. 15' E s60,l feet; thence S. 32 deg. 15 W. \:ir. SI deg Of' E. Along line 4-3 Mix claim, U, S. !?. 636 5i)t?.70 feet t?> corner No. 2. Identl < ;ii m ith e ?rner Na 3, Mix culm, u. s. 8. 636, a Cottonwood post 4 inches square, showing :;0 inches above ground, which 1 scribed U, S. S. on side facing claim, no other bearing available, l hence S. 53 deg. 4' K, var. 3I deg. 00' E. Along line 3-1 Mix claim, survey 63b. 11.0 fee* to corner no. 3. Identical with corner nc. o Kenley claim, U.S. S. 636. A Cottonwood i ?osl 4 inches square. showing SO inches above ground which 1 scribed U. S. S. 639-3. on side fa Ing claim. A Cottonwood tree 6 inches diameter bears S. 87 deg. 00' W. 26.S feet, blazed and scribed U.S. S. 639-3 B T.; thence S 10 ?!eg- 01.*' N\ var. 31 deg. 00' K. Along line 5-4 Kenley claim, survey 6 6. 360.O0 feet to cross cre?*k, 6 feet wide, flows N. E. 735.40 feet to cor ner No I Identical with corner no. 4 Keuley claim, U.S. S. 636. A hemlock post 4 inches square, showing so inches above ground, which I scriN.?l I s s 4. in side facing claim. Goner no. s Fenlej claim, suref no. ml bears S. 24 deg. 5"' WM ( >4-6 feet A hemlock 8 inches diameter bears S 36 deg. 00* W. I6.4 feet. A hemlock 2? inches diameter bears n. 3 ) deg 00' \V. I s feet, each blazed and scribed U. S. S. 639-4 li. T. ; Ibeace n. to (leg. 00' W. var. 31 deg. 00' j I". along the northeasterly boundary of the ? I.ncky Joe placer claim, unsurveyed. aTO.O to 1 ; j?olnt from which center of southwesterly end ( of placer workings 1. *5x50x20 feet, bears n. 44 ! 1 deg. 10 E. IsOfeet; thence extending N. E. 30s.o | feet to ccuter of Hume 16 inches wide, course N. 00 deg. 00* K. 3j0.0 feet to edge of creek, flows n. 70 deg. E. 57i.M) feet to corner no. 5. A cotton wood post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set *18 inches in the ground, with mound of stone, hcribed U. S. S 6j9-j. from which corner acot t on wood tree 8 inches in diameter bears N 12 deg. 30' E. 1< feet. A cottonwood tree 10 inches in diameter bears s so de*. W. 17 feet, each blazed and scribed U S. 8. 639-5 B T.; Thence N. 18 deg. 44' E var. 31 deg. 00' E. 1223.10 feet to corner no. 6. Not set for the reason thai the corner would be in danger of being destroyed by slides, i set witness corner s. 7X)deg. 0 >' E. ".4 feet A spruce past 4 feet Ion* 4 in :hes square,, set ?8 inches in the ground, with mi und of stone, scribed U. s. s. 639 6 W. C. From vtbieh corucr a hemlock post 8 Inches in diame ter, bears s. U deg. 10* >V 5 leet, A willow nee 4 iuchcs in diameter bear* n. 3 leg. E., 4 3 f et. ? ach blazed and scribed, U. S.S.6M-6W. C B, T. : thence beginning at irue corner s. 70 deg 00' K var. 31 <1 t. 10 K. 257 4O to . C. no. 6, previous ly described. 4M5.OO f< et u> flume 16 inches u ide, course n. 19 deg. E. stO.OO f?et to corner no. l.the place of beginning. Containing an area of U 4-16 acres. Allcomers are identical with the IuosUmb oornera. The above claim is joined on the eaat by the Kenley and Mix placer claims, survey no. 636. and on the south by the Lucky |??e placer claim aud on the n >rth and west by unknown plac?-r eta tins. The location notice of the last Chance Min ing claim is recorde i in book 7, of placers, page 33o, records of the Juneau Recording District, District of Alaska. Any aud all persons claiming adversely any porti' n of the above described premises, are required to llle their adverse claim, with the Register Ol tfce U. s. l and office, at luneau Ala ska. during Um Sixty days period of public itlon hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of tho statute. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published lor the statutory period In the Daily Alaskan, a daily newspaper published at Snag way. Alaska JOHN W. DUDLEY, ' * Register. Just opened. The Railroad restau rant will now serve you with the best meal in town. Your patronage is sol cited - Williams & Peterson. MIN * HAL APPLICATION, NO. 44. Survey, No. 627. Uuitcd State* Land Office, Juneau, AlusUu. Auxnst if, r.M. Notice is hcreny given, that, In pursuance of the act of Cong resa, approved May :0;h. Ih7i!, I. ? , .Valoney, whoM.- post office Address i* luueau, Alaska, and as the attorney, iu fact, of Sam BlQin. has made application for a patent fur nineteen und two hundred and thirty ei<ht oue-thousandth acres, on the Chief Placer Claim, situated iu the Porcupino Mming I>ls trict. District of Alaska, and described by the official plat herewith posted and bv the lield notes on lile iu the otiicc of the iicgister of luiieau Land District, of Alaska, us follows, viz; FIELD NOTES <>b' MINERAL SURVEY, NO. 627, Chief PlAckr Claim. Bagtealaf tteofMr No. '? ikonloA port s inches square, show Ing ^ Inches above ground. In mound of stone, scribed U. 8. S. 627 on i.n side facing claim, said corner Is identical with local ion corner and corner No. 1, Disco v 9T) Claim, U, S. S. 574. Iroui wbich corner, U. 8. L M., No. beat a N it ileg. 37* E , 617)1.7 feet; thence 8. jo deg .05' W, var. 30 dtg,54'L. atooiliuo 1-2, Aurvcj No. W4. ?iis.un feet, center of olaeer working 110\ loss feet extending N. "25 deg. W 40 feet and S 25 deg, E. TO feet; 805.<*i feet, cross trail, course north; b 10. 6 feet to corner No. 2. Idcn tical with loMlloll corner und corner No. 2, Dis* 3overy,U S.S.574,u hemlock post i inches sqfntrc showing :>0 inches above ground in mound 01 ilone. marked U. S. 8.627-2 on side facing claim, from which a hemlock tree 12 inches in diameter Dears S. 1- deg. 2o' W . 4.2 feet distant; a hem lock stump bears S. #1 deg. 40' K , 6/? fee' dis tant. each blazed and scribed S. 627-2- H. T. : Lheuce S. 17 deg. 52' W, var. JO deg. 54' E. along line 2-3 survey No. b',4. S5.00 feet croas trail xuirse N. 5O deg E. and S. 50 deg. W.trail 3 leet wide. On.7 feet to corner No 3, identical with ocalion and coruer No. 3, discovery U. 8JN. 1 hemlock post 4 inches square, showing ?? inches above ground. in mound of stone.tnarketi U. S. S. f?27-3 ou side facing claim, from which ;? Hemlock tree 36 inchea diarne er bears N, 7.? lex. uo W 3*J feet dUtant, blazed and scrib.d 4.627-3- B. T. ; thence S. 53 deg. 20' E., var. 30 leg. 64" E. IS). 00 feet cross trail 3 feet wide. xwrseN 20 deg, E 000.00 feet corner No. 4; dontical with lccatlon corner: a hemlock po*i I feet long, 4 in. sq. set 18 inches iu the ground, with mound of s'.one, scribed U. S. G27 2, from which corner a spruce tree 4 feet in di ameter bears N. 24 deg. W., '.'3.6 feet; a hem lock tree 1H inches in diameter, bears 8. -9 leg. 20" E. 33.5 feet, each biazed and scribed U. J, S. 627-4 B. T, ; thence N. 17 deg &2 E., var. *) dog. 54' K., 611.7 feet to corner No. 5, identic al with location corner, A spruce post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground, with mound of stone, scribed V. S. S. >27-5, from which corner a hemlock tree ioin ;h;s iu diameter bears N, 60 deg. K. II feet; a Hemlock tree s inches In diameter bears N. 7.' leg. IU- W. 12.3 fee:, each blazed and scribed U. 5. S. 627-5-11. T ; thence N. jOdeg. o5' E. var. 50 deg. 54' K. 8 to. 00 foet to corner So. 6. identical with location corner, K hemlock post 4 feet long, 4 in. sq iu? re, aet 18 inches in the ground, with mound of itone. scribed U. S. S 627-6, from which a hein* lock trie I4 inches in diameter bears N. 6s deg W. 7 feet.; a hemlock tree 3 feet in diameter L?ears N. fc3 deg. K., each blazed and scribed U. s. S. 627 6-B. T , center of southeasterly end of &lacer workings .OxSxI.jO feet, bears N,67 dig. i. 128 feet, thence running N. oO deg. w. i.V) [eel ; thence N. 53 deg., 20' W , var. 30 deg., "?l' K. 180.00 feet cross trail 3 feet wide, course S. *2.? ieg W. 600.00 feet to c^rue. No. 1. the place 01 beginning ; containing an area of l'U3.s acres. The above claim adjoins on the northwest the Discovery I'laeer Claim, U S, survey N. 574, on all other aides by vacant ground, or unknown placer claims. The location notice of this plac er claim 1* recorded iu Volnme "A. ??t p- go 173, Mining locations of the records of bkagway ke cording District, atBkagway. Alaska. Any and u|l persons claiming adversely any portion ol the abjve described premises are re quired to hie their advene claim with the Register of the United Stales Land Office at luneau. Alaska, during the sixty days' period ? f publication hereof, or they will be burred by rlitue 01 the provisions of the stultite. JOHN W, DUIjLKY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foreguiug notice \jl' published lor the statutory period in the Dailv Alaskan, a daily newspaper published At Skagway. Alaska JOHN \N. DUDLEY, Regit ter. New Mutio at Pack Train The Pack Train saloon has just re ceived 50 new records for its excellent phonograph and ihc largest horn that ever came to Alaska There will bo a grand concert at that place tonight. The latest songs and the latest instru mental selections will be given. Full dress suits at Clayson's. Canadian Pacific fly. Go. i Direct Service, No Intermediate 5 Call, to | Vancouver Victoria Transferring to Seatt.eJ No Kxtra Charge OCT. 31 OCT. 26 Sailing nt.6-p.m. I) For Speed, (Comfort, Service and | i; Appointment These Twin Screw j " Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For J ; Inforrantton Write or Apply to ?; K. B.DDNN , A*t.. SKAGWAY j >Twr?Y<8m?'#Y?Y?!*v,vffl r*i ??>?-*< &9&S6 X5??? ? ?)S)S)??SX%*x*X^)SXSCi^Xg>tS)?6>X5X*A*X*X<G>XS The Idaho Liquor House CORNER THIRD AND BROADWAY, The Pioneer Family Liquor Store of Skagwav ESTABLISUED 1891 Direct Impofiors of Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CICxARS AGENTS FOR LEMPS and SKAGWAY BREWERY'S BOTTLED BEER Prlvaj. Rooms For Families Special Attention to Oiders fcr Family die. Tel jphote 59 .ff -.Y.Y.Y. r?y?wr .rvr.r.r.r.r.Y.r.y^.r.r.TjXiiaaMI The WhitePass & Yukon Route TIME TAHI.K rsto>. 13 (Daily Except Sunday.) No. 3. N. BJ No. 1. N. B. No. 2. S. Found No. 2 S B 2nd clase. 1st class. 1st class 2nd clis.9? 8 30 p. m. 9 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 15#. m 10 30 " j? 00 } " " WHlTE PASS " 3 00 ' " 2,0 " ill 40 a.m. 1145 '? ? LOG CABIN 2 10 " 1 fO '? 12 20 12 35 1 P;,m " BENNETT " } J p.m " 12 20 p.m 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU ?' 11 50a.m " 10 20 " 6 40 " 4 30 " AR WHITE Hokse LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 00 " Passeneers must be at depots in time to have Bap-gage Inspected and checked. Inspection Is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of truln. 150 pounds of baggage will be checked free with each full fare tick* and 75 pounds with each half fare ti<;ket. During tha Open Season of Navigation on the Yukon River The While Pass & Yukon Route OPERATES A THROUGH LINE FROM Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon and Dawson AND 75LL INTERMEDIATE POINTS Connection Made at Dawson with Lower River Steamboats for Tanana, Fairbanks, Si. Michael and Nome Lands Passengers and Freight at these Camps Earlier in the Season and Quicker ttian Any Other Route WINTER ROUTE SERVICE . Du.-iiK' the Winter Season, When Navigation is Closed, Finely Appointed Trains will Continue to Run Daily Except Sunday, Between Skagway and Whitehorse A Through 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 Pur lnTumatlon relative to Passenger Freight and Telegraphic rate.., appiy to any agent of uompaiv, or ic :i. .T. B. WHITE, G.F & P. A. A.B. NEWELL, V. P. & G. M. K D. PINNEO, Aat G.F.A P. A. Vanoouvc-r. R. C. and Skaguay, AUskft Hkaeuav A Us a Vancouver, B, C.