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JOti.N W. TROT, EDITOR
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IT LOOKS LILE CONGDON
There mms UtUe reason to doubt
but that Ex -Gov, Coogdon will be suc
cessful in the parliamentary contest
that is now in full swing in t He Yukon,
anil there has not been offered up to
the present time any good reason why
the people should not be satistied with
the prospect. The liberal party is in
full possession of the government of
Canada and it has the entire confidence
of the Canadian people. The govern
ment of the Yukon will continue in the
hands of the Laurier administration
no matter what the result of the
?lection. Mr. t'ongdon would, there
fore, be in |>osition to do more for his
district than Or. Thompson could
possibly do. So far as the people of
this end of his district 'can discover he
has been an earnest laborer in the
efforts to develop the country Since
the beginning of his administ ration the
Tread well and other concessions of
which the people complained so bitterly
have been annulled in all cases where
the government could take that action
So many of the things ?hi ?h the people
complained of ha\e been remedied in
the last two years that many of the
issues of the last campaign have noi
been heard of in this.
It will not be contended, probably, by
anyone thai th<- ad mist rat loo of the Yu
kon is perfect. There is do doubt much
room for improvement. It would be
strange were it otherwise The ques
tion for the people in this election is
how to use the ballot so '.hey can make
the greatest headway toward l>etter
government. The coustant improve
ment of the last two years and the fact
that the il>eral government will be iu
power anyhow aeern to leave but one
answer to this problem and that is, b>
voting for Mr. I'ongdon.
The city government is fast wiping
out the i:.?lebt?di . ss contrac d on ac
count of the municipal water sv stem.
There Is i u? only MluO owin^ nn :Jic
excellent plant w l.ieh cost the city
ab >ut ?ls.i? '>. ''y the time the next
year is half completed the entire in
debtedness ? I have lieen wiped out.
Pumphr?> II- Wi h Ha*as\uaia
A late Fairbanks ;>auer brings the
new- that T. II. I' .iuphrey, formerly
of th.s place, is in tht hospital ai Fair
banks, ill of pin .una ?;.? ,\? th time
the paper <tj. issUtu it - ated th<
disease had taken a favorable turn am:
hope for his recovery was entertained
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LECTER LIST
Cioalliil for Lottery H m ilnint In |
Skaeway Po%tofflc . Dec. 1
Persons calling for this unci aimed
matter will please say ailver Ised.
Aodercoo, MrsC ABrowo, <>?'or*:e
Clawv, John Mills. W I'
Share John
Wm. 15. SAMPSON", }\ M.
Pablicutioa of Notio-*
In th** I * ? ? : r 4-d -ta:?-s Court |
forth* Will fill ??f Ahnkl. il !*karwa>
l?rotat>
Id iht-.- u???( W. II. Joy.4<? im?I.
ivn<*? rn. rliat ?!??? ui ?i? rshru* -i hi- ?wn ftp- |
i?>lnt?*<i a<ln.Juistratri \ ??f ilw ? -state of tin
iltivc itaru?si tlni tN ni. W II. J??y
AN 9HWS& kftTtitf rMsb KKilibt IIm siW |
estate ari Im r. hy r? uuin-d t.. j>iva ??? lb i
withth* i?i ;?? r % > >u?"ln ? rs within >.\ r u.
from this da* ? to tn.- at my re>iti?iiee. In th
town of >kairwaj. Alaska.
I?at? ?l v "ka^ay. Alaska, f - .\'?l ?l *
> \ : , r. ? , Iba JU* Joy,
Administratrix.
First PuK Nov :??.
At Wkoltial* Pri cri
The Mascot saloon sell? liquors,
either bu-k or case goods at who. sale
E rices. All the old brands always on
antl. 10-1-tf.
New goods at the American Ta'lors
New Maiio itt Pmck Train
The I'ack Train saloon has just re
ceive*'. ?? 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.
PUBLIC notice
The office hours of the city treasurer
hereafter will be fr.>m lt> a. ni. to
m. and from 1 p. m. to 4 p. in. of
each week day.
H. H. Draper.
City Treasurer.
Skagwav. Alaska, Dec. 3. l!HM.
The {Joss lUikery makes a specialty
of three tUMi ice crvam. fresh bak
ery goods and Flow's candies, all L.'U?r
anteed to b? perfect. The ice crean.
and bakery products of the lioss 1 U;kery
are uoexceiifd anywhere, and {'low's
candies speak for themseives wherever
found.
I ROYAL
?Steam Laundry*
AH Work Guaranteed. Sho-t
Orders ^rociptl*
Doae.
PHONE ?
Messenger Will l-a : ?.-? Or
Baths In Connection
Private Rooms for Ladies.
STEAM HEATED.
In tlio Cnlt.-d States Commtosloner*' Court
fur ttw District of Mask*, at Skatru&y. In
In theVstato of John O'Nell. Deceased.
Nothe to hereby given to all to whom It may
cu icern. that the undersigned has been al>
ivi.iUiil administrator of the estate of the
named decadent. John O'Nell.
All penons having claims against the said;
estate are hereby imallM to present them,
with the proper vouchers within six ownlm ;
from this <late to me at my office In the Rall
rvwl l>ui Ultiif In tin' townof Skaguay. Alaska. I
Dated at Skaguay. Alaska, this ath day of
October. IS?H.
K. A. Mchphy. Administrator.
Klrst Pub. Nov. !t?.
BOVS' OVERCOATS
P. H. Clayson & Co. received on the
last steamer a large line of overcoats
for boys. They are of the . best styles
and the material is flne.li
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 47
United States Land Office,
Juneau. Alaska, Sept. 29, 1904.
Notice Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of the act of Congress, approved
May 10th, 1872, J. P. Malony, whose
(Hist office address Is Juneau, Alaska,
for himself, and as the attorney In fact
of John Dal ton, and B. B. Hanley, his
co-claimants, have made application tor
patent for seventeen and 9111-1000 acres
of tne Wiley plaw claim, four and 703
1000 acres of the Legal Tender placer
claim, sixteen and 485-1000 acres of the
FVnley placer claim, eighteen and 319
10 o acres of the Mix placer claim, and
two and 721-1000 acres of the Jenks
Fraction placer claim, all situate in
the Porcupine Mining District, District
of Alaska, and described by the official
plat herewith posted, and by the field
notes on file, iu the office of the Uegis
ter of Juneau Land District, Alaska, as
follows; viz.
FIELD NOTES OF MINERAL SURVEY,
NO. 636.
WILEY PLACER CLAIM.
Begtuning at corner No. 1. Identi
cal with location corner. A hetnlocK
post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18
inches in the ground, with mound of
-tone, scribed U. S- S. 636 i from which
a hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter
bears N. 76 deg. 50* W, 12 feet: A hem
ock ttee 12 inches in diameter bears N.
25 deir. W. 13 feet, each blazed and
scribed U- S. ?5. 636Jj B. 1 . U. S. L M.
No, 3, bears N. 20 deg 00' E, 10543 (5
feet: thence S. 18 deg. 34' W. var. 31
deg. 00' E. 1048.2 feet to corner No. 4.,
Hanson Placer U. S. 8. 573, and along
line 4-3 of that survey, the center of
which is given erroneously as S. 17 deg.
IV E. In that survey. 1265.5 feet to
center Hemlock Gulch. 3 feet wide,
course N. 16 deg. W, 1302.2 feet to cor
ner No. 2. A hemlock poet 4 feet long,
4 inches square, set 18 inches in the
ground, with mound of stone, scribed U.
S, S. 63t>-2. from w hich a hemlock tree
10 incnes in diameter l>ears N. 5 deg.
00' E 10 feet. A hemlock tree .10 inches
in diameter, bears N. 61 deg. 15' W. 8
feet, each blazed and scribed U. S. S.
<.36-2, b. T. Center of S. E. end of
placer workings 30x10x100 feet bears
N. 40 feet, running thence N. 18 deg.
W: thence N. 70 deg. 11' *V., var. 31 deg.
00' E , 21*0.0 feet to center of Porcupine
creek, .">0 feet wide, tlows N. 20 dtg. E?
i?o0.0 feet to corner No. 3, not being a
suitable place to set corner on account
of slide. I set witness corner S. 70 deg.
11' E. 430.3 feet. A hemlock post 4 feet
oog. 4 in^ hes square, set 18 inches in
trie ground, with mound of stone.scribed
I'. S. S. 6.'t6-3? W C. from wbicn cor
ner a hettlock tree 10 inches- in diamet
er. bears N. 67 deg. 50' W. 8.3 feet. A
hemlocx tree 4 inches in diameter,
b?-.,r> N. 7 deg. 23' E. 10.4 feet, each
blazed and scribed U. S. S. 636.3 W. C.
B. T.: thence from true corner north 18
dei.'. 36' E. var. 31 deg.00' E? 1301.5 feet
to corner No. 4: a hemlock post 4 feet
lo 4 inches square, set 18 inches in
: he sjrourd, with mound of stone scribed
L*. S. :j 636-4-3, from which a hemlock
tree 8 inches in diamster, bears S. 70
deg. OS' E. 22 feet: ahemlock tree 3 feet
in diameter, bears S. 12 deg. 15' W,,
J8 3 feet, each biased and scribed U. S.
S. 636-4-3 B. T.: thence S- 70 deg. 15'
E., var. 31 deg 00' E% 10.0 feet to
I'lacer workings 6 feet deep, 14 feet
wide. 61.6 feet to point from which the
N. W. center of placer workings 60x100
x20 feet deep, bears S. 18 deg. 30' E?
fill feet, thence running S. 18 deg E.,
190. 0 feet to leave placer workings,
i.V.i I feet to center of Porcupine creek
>? feet wide, Hows N. 20 deg. E. 599.4
feet to corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. All corners are identical with
the location corners.
U'.UAL TENDER P KACTIOK
Beginning at corner No. 1; a hemlock
jo^t 4 feet loop. 4 inches square, set 18
.ncD?? in the ground, with mound of
'tone, scribed U. S. S, 636-1-2, from
?vtnch corner a hemlock tree 8 inches
in diameter, Dears N, 80 deg. W. 4.8
uet. Spruce tree 14 inches in diamet
?r. bi iir* S, 57 deg. E. 2.4 feet, each
>lu. ?d and scribed U. S. S t^lri-1-2 B T.
U. s. L. M. No. 3, bears N. 19 deg 56'
K. 10212.1 feet: thejace S. 22 deg. 02' W.
. ar. 31 deg. 00' E, 336.7 feet to corner
So. 2. Identical with corner No. 1,
Wiley lode of this survey, previously
iesuribed; thence N. 70 deg. 15' W,
. .ir. 31 leg. 00' E, along lin; 1-4 Wiley
;laim of this snrvey. 240.0 feet to cen
vrof Porcupine creek 50 feet wide,
lows N . 20 dee. E., 409.4 feet to pla
?er workings. 589.4 feet to leave placer
workings, 599.4 feet to corner No. 3
Identical with comer No. 4, Wile.v of
:h.is survey, previously described:
:hence N. 10 deg. 40' E, var. 31 deg.
X)' E., 316.1 feet to corner No. 4: a
hemlock post 4 feet long 4 inches square
?et 18 inches in the ground, with mound
>t stone, scribed U. S. S. 636-4, from
vhtch corner a hemlock tree 2 feet in
iiameter, bears N. 75 deg, E. 15 feet. A
hemlock tree 3 feet in diameter, bears
3. 20 deg. W, 1.8 feet, each blazed and
>cribed II. S. S- 636-4 B. T. -.thence 3. 72
leg. 21' E. var 31 deg. 00 E, 245 0 feet
lo center of placer workings 60x250x15
feat extending N. 19 deg. E. 23 feet
?nd S. 19 deg, W .,15 fet t: 431.2 feet to
center of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide,
I'ows N, 10 deg. K., 663.2 feet to corner
N.j, 1, the place of beginning. All cor
ners are identical with the location
corners.
FENLEV
Beginning at coner No. 1; a hemlock
post 4 feet long. 4 inch square, set 18
inches in the ground, with mound of
stone, scribed U. S. S. 636-1. from
i r,;eh et rner a hemlock tree 2 feet in
diameter, dears S. 14 deg. E. 4.7 feefc.
A hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter,
bear-. N. 24 deg. 10' W. 4.9 feet, each
blazed and scribed U. S. S 636-1, B.
l'. S. E. corner of house 20x36 feet,
bears N. 11 deg. 39' E. 673 feet. S. E.
?orner of house 14x16 feet, bears N. 15
?leg. 24' E. 710 feet, S E. corner of
nouse 14x1 A feet, bears N. 11 deg., 05'
K? 705 faet. S. E. cornerof bouse 14x
16 feet, bears N. 12 deg. 40' E 702
feet, U. S. L. M. No. 3, bears N. 20
leg. ;.0' E. 9037.6 feet: thence S. 15deg.
::3' W., var. 31 deg. 00' E., 1178.2 feet
to corner No 2. Identical with corner
No. 1, Legal Tender, this survey previ
msly de-cribed; thence N. 72 deg. 21'
IV., var 31 deg. 00' E. Along line 1-4
Le/al Tender claim of this survey.
!32.0 feet to e nter of Porcupine creek
>0 feet wide, Hows N. 10 deg. E. 418.2
deg. W. 15 feet. 627.4 feet to corner No.
3; a hemlock post 1 fuel long, 4 inches
square, set 18 inches in the ground, with
mound of stone, scribed U. S. S. 630-3,
from wnlch ooruer ;i hemlock tree 4
Inches in diameter, beard N iH) o g. E.
16.7 feet: a hemloyk tree 12 inches in
diameter, heat* N. 30deg. W. lil feet,
each blazed and scribed U.S. S 630 3
B. T. Corner No. 4, Legal Tender claim
, of this survey, l^ars N. 72 den. 21' W.
35.8 feet distanujthenee N . 24 deg. 67'
?.,var. 31 deg. OOP E. 654.6 feet to cor
ner No. 4; a hemlock post 4 inches
square, 4 feet long, *et IS inches in the
ground, with mound of stone, scribed
U. S. S. 636-4 from which corner a hem
lock tree 8 inches in diameter bears S.
36deg. 00' \V. i i i . 4 feet; ft hemlock tree
2 feet in dlamoter, bears N.39 deij. W.
18 feet, each blazed and scribed U, S, 8.
636-4 U. T. N \V'. corner of cabin 14x16
feet bear* S. 160 feet. N. E. corner of
cabin 16x30 feet, bears S, 7 deg. 30' E.
121 feet: thence N" 10 deg. 09' K var 31
deg. 00' E. 735.4 feet tp corner No. 5, A
cottonwood 4>C8t 4 feei long. 4 inches
square, set 18 inches in the ground,
scribed C* S. S. 636-5, from which cor
ner, a cottonwood tree 6 inches In dia
meter. bears S. 87 deg. W. 26 8 feet,
blazed and scribe*', U. S. S. 036-5, B.
T.: thence S. 53 dog. 45' E. var 31 deg.
00' E. 350.0 feet to center of Porcaplne
creek 50 feet wide, llows N. ,E. 630 0 feet
to corner No. 1, placc of beginning. All
corners are identical with the 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, with mound of
stone, scribed U. S. S. 636-1, from which
cornor aspruco tree 3 feet in diameter,
bears N. 68 deg. 30' W. 136 feet. A
spruce tree 10 inches in diameter, boars
N. 62 deg. 45' K. 24.5 feet, each blazed
and scribed U. s s, 691-1 B. T s. K
corner of cabin 14x16 feet, bears S. 57
deg. 20' W. 662 feet. S. K. corner of
cabin 20x24 feet, bean S. 54 deg. 52' W
539 feet. U. S L. M No. 3, bears N. 18
deg. 47' E. 7697.7 feet: thence N. 32 deg.
45' W. var. 31 deg. 00' K.. 1357.7 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 inches in
the ground with mound of stone, scribed
U S. S. 636-2, from which corner u hem
lock tree 18 inches in diameter, bears
N. 21 deg. \V. 4.7 feet. A hemlock tree
12 inches in diameter, bears N. 85 deg.
E. 8.8 feet, each blazed and scribei! U. S.
S. 636-2 B. T. corner No. 1, 1'enley
claim of this survey, bears S. 5.'! deg.
45' E., 60 feet distant. Center of pit 20
feet deep and 25 feet in diameter, bears
N. 4 deg. 30, W. 328 feet; thence N. 53
deg. 45' W. var. 31 deg. 00' E. .Mom;
line 5-1 Fenley claim of this survey.
220.0 feet to centerjof Porcupine creek
50 feet wide, tlows N. E. 570 0 feet to
corner No. 5 Fenley claim of this sur
vey. 581.0 ft. to corner No.3. Cottonwood
post 4 feet long, 4 inches square set 18
inches in the ground, with mound of
stone, scribed U. S S. 636 3. No bear
ings available; ihence N 32 deg. 15' E.,
var. 31 deg, 00' E. 1366 8 feet to corner
No 4: a spruce post 4 feet lony, 4 inches
square, set 18 inches in the ground,
with mound of stone, scribed O. S. S.
636-4. No bearings available; thei cn S.
52 deg. 57 E , var. 31 deg. 00' E. 217.3
feet to center of t'orcupine creek 50
feet wide, llows N. 32 deg K. 593.7
feel to corner No. 1, the plac<. of l>egin
ning. All corners are identical with the
location comers
JUNKS KHAITION
Beginning at corner No. 1. Identical
with corner No 3. Discovery, U. S. S,
674, and corner 3, Chief, U. S. S. No. 627
A hemlock post 4 inches square. how
ing 30 inches above ground, with
mound of stone, s ribed U. S. S. 636-1,
on side facing Jenks' friction. U. S.
L. M. No. 3, bears N. IS deg. 37' E
741)3.1 feet; then o S. It de?. 10' W . var
31 (leg. 00' E. 150.0 feet to center of
trail 3 feet wide, course S, E, -18.1 feet
to corner No, 2. a hemlock post 4 feet
long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in
the ground with mound of stone, scrib
ed L), S. S. 636-2, from which corner a
spruce tree 3 feet in diameter, bears S'
82 dejf. E., 34-6 feet. A hemlock tree
inches in diameter, t>ears N. 3D deg. W.
24.5 feet, each blazed and scribed U. S.
S. 636-2 B. T,: thence ,".2 aeg. 57' W-,
var, 31 deg. 00' E. 41.3 feet to corner
No. 1, Mix claim of this survey and
along line 1-4 of said Mix claim. 387.7
feet to center of Porcupine creek. 50
feet wide, tiows N. 32 deg. 00' E. 590. 8
feet to corner No, 3: a nemlock post 4
feet long. ^ inches square, set 18 inches
in the ground, with mound of stone,
scribedU? S. -s <136-3 from whi -h cor
ner a spimce stump 2 feet in danieter,
bears S. 77 deg..W.. 3.1 feet, blaze.l and
scribed U. S. S. 630-3 B. i . Corner No.
4. Mix claim of this survey, bears N.
52 deg. 57' W, 44.2 feet distant; ther.ce
N. lldeg. 30'E., var. 31 deg. 00' E 218.0
feet to corner 4. Identical with corner
No. 4, Discovery U. S. S. 574, A hem
lock post 4 inches square, showing 30
inches above ground, ujion whlrh 1
scribed U. S. S. 636-4, on sice firing
Jenks fraction: thence S. 53 dog. 21' E.
var. 31 deg- 00' K. Along line 4-3 survey
No, 574 , 215.0 feet to center of N. E.
end of placer workings l.nix4ox2o feet
deep, extending S. 32 deg. W. 15o
feet. 275,o feet to center of Porcupine
creek. 5o feet wide, Bows N. 6 deg. oo'
E. 382. o feet to trail 3 feet wide,
course N .E 600.0 feet to corner No. 1,
the place of beginning. All corners are
identical with the location corners.
Total Area Wiley 17.919
" " Legal Tender 4.703
" " Kenley 16.485
? ?? Mix 18.319
" " Jenks Fraction 2.721
Total Area Placer Claims 60.147
The above claims join on the north
east Discovery Plaier Claim, survey
No. 574, on the east by unknown placer
claims, on the west by the Last Chance
placer claim, aud the Lucky Joe placer
claim, and on the south and east by sur
vey No. 573, and unknown placer claims.
The location notices ol these placer
mining claims are re orded as follows; ?
The Wiley Placer claim is recorded in
Vol. ''B" ?t p.ige 95, of the records of
the Skagway Recording District. The
Legal Tender placer claim It recorded
in Vol. "B'', at page 317, of the records
of the Skagway Recording District.
The Fenley placer claim is recorded in
Vol. "A", at page 2.">, of the records of
the Skagway Recording District. The
Mix p|acer claim is recorded in Vol.
"A", at page 29, ol the recotds of the
Skagway Recording District. The
Jenks Fraction placer claim is recor
ded in Vol. "D", at page 11, of the
records of the Skagway Recording
District,
*ny and all pei-sons claiming adver
sely any portion of the above described
premises, are required to file their ad
verse claim with the Register of the
United States Land Oflire, at Juneau,
Alaska, during the sixty days period of
publication hereof, or they will be bar
red bv virtue of the provisions of the
Statute.
John W. DCDLKY, Register
It Is hereby ordered that the forego
ing notice be published for the statu
tory period in the Daily Alaskan, a
newspaper published at Skagway, Alas
ka.
John W. Dudlkv, Register.
First publication Oct. 8, 1904.
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'J Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night.
All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompaaied by a
Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. S. customs
oflloe) and must be delivered before op.m. No freight will be re
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charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to tho public when steamer is nearing
dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked.
Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at otSce on dock.
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| 36 HOURS WITHOUT
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m. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Nonce.
L M. WEST, Agent PHONK 50.
C. D. DUNANN, Gen- Pass. Agt
10 Market Street. San Franolsoo, Cal.
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The Alaska Steamship Co.
Carrying U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express
Next Sailing o? the Fast Passenger Steamer
Farallon. - Dec. 14
Jefferson Dec- 12
Dirigo - - Dec. 6
Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge
K. A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone Mi
F. Wolland,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Corner State Street and Fifth Aventu
Telephone No. 76
BEER
Is a refreshing and strengthening
Family Ionic that purifies and -
Makes the system strong
It has the unanimous endorsement i ' ^
Of the Medical prolessi?n . Ash f?r it
SEATTLE BREWING 6-MAETINfi CO
p^c Rainier 30 , 5EATTLE.WASH
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