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JOH * W. TROT, KDtTOR TOWN A JENSEN, - * PCBUSHKKS SPBSCRIPTIOJC K \TES One week. iWln tnl l>y < ?rrl. r One noulk. bj " *11 Tbfw rnotirh.. I?jr mall Sit non' *.hy 1 Urn- > v?r. hj mall . . . A N?WiO DE TOR ALASKA Washington dispatches contain the wolcome intelligence t ha' the prwuknt favors "Iv-.n r ?>* ? new ?? de. or rather that h rec?? nmeml to, anil urges upon coaptw, that it provide us with that much neede art :t le. This will he soot! n.ws to the Alaska bir anil the hop; with them is that the news is true unvl that the president's efforts m that behalf will be successful The first act for the government of Alaska passed May IT, 1**1. provided "that the general laws of the state of Oregon n >w in force are hereby de clared to be the laws in said district so far as the same may be applicable, and not iu conflict with the provisions of this act. or the laws of the United States" Th - governing of Alaska by the laws of Oregon in force May l?. 1*34, ? far as the same may Ik* appli cable,*' w s eNceet uigly unsatisfactory. In the tirst place the laws of Oregon on May IT, !S*1, were a mi-erable col lection, ami in the second place the de termination of which of said laws were applicable was a question of much dif ficulty. the answer depending upon the individual opinion:, of the judges, and these were often at variance with each other and sometimes with themselves. The consequence, necessrialy, was that civil rights were unsettled, the liberty of the cits en w as insecure and neither capital nor lal>or was safe. On June n. lit"), congress gave us the present code, which, although a great improvement on the former, is full of inconsistencies, deficiencies and anom alies. and sadly in need of adjustment, because it was prei>arctl by |>ersons who did not have to practice under it and who were unfamiliar with the condi tions which surround our people. A code for Alaska, in order to be satisfac tor\ to our i* ople, should l?e prepared I by Alaska lawyers; or at least they ought to have something to say about | it. They have to praetice unter it, they have to a*lvise clieuts of thoir rights under it and they are the best qua .fit >i to udge of what laws suit our pe *u liar conditions. Of course . the lawyer* of \laska, like nearly all of the other ci'i/.en* would; prefer a cede pr> pared under the direc- . tion of an Alaska leg'slature :n which district we. ? rep > -ented. ISut if that > c?ono: ? <\ tfce i ? '<* l>tM thing would be a code prepared by a commission o: j Alaskan lawyers. There i g< .* : why this shou' >* i*** ' a? ? at *. I i * ? - 0:1 v v I as. kail will j .t ;:i the t, ?t. (.live us a code. "m- l*i 1 '? a; ;>oint upon the c. ? Co:. l Ala.-., lawyers, cho-ei. for il ? .r i arning. ictellijfenee probity y.d i:: istry and irrespective | of poii ics. I . .75 . i?| 9.V0 S? : ?!.. ? '.y. . . . > ? av a. hp. A dispute It men Ifciwsim >c the I'ost Iut. Ilurvucer sag #' " ? le''?-r just received fio 'i Skasr*ny state* (h it .t estimated 7<"0 to XX' p opie will winter io theGatewav city of the North this winter. Sfcagway - u mpaieu 10 the winter ot i but the ieo,>i' ere then wi re n - rely tran sput* ??n ?>? u -hc Yu'\ 'n. who wore bockad>d I?y the tn-.^-e-tioa cn the traii. >inv ? 'hat the tow o ha-> settled down to a more vab.e basis." The fact :s there are very Dearly as many people iu Skagwav at the present time as there have been at this time of the year for several years pav . i? of course, the troo;>s which have been transferred to Kort William U. St ward. The enrol'.n: -nt at the public schools is larger this year than it was last year. For tk> Holid>;? Specialty .-ockIs Home tnade mince, cranberry aid pumpkin pies, and all kinds of pastry given the best attention. Orders delivered free, Phone :l'>. Vienna IJakery. Wood und Cool For Sale We have for sale and will deliver to any part of the city good dry wood. Sawed in any . ngth. Alaska Transfer Co., Phone it). 8 2l) tf Burnt work novelties and hand paint* ed china made to order a; Ifarri>oi>^'. The Iloss Bakery make, a specialty of three tilings .ce cream, fresh bak ery >:ooils a". i. Plow's candies, all guur antet t! to be [>erfect. The ice cream and bakery products of the Hoss Itakery are unexcelled anywhere, and* Plow's candies speak for tnetuseives w herever found. R6YHL * ?Steam Laundry* \ All Work Guaranteed ^hort Orders ^'rosjptlj Di we. PHONF. * M-ssergrr vV;K Ca. ?? ' J"*? Baths In Connection Private Rooms lor Ladies. STEAM HEATED. * ?? UUV [n the TTnltwi States Commlwlu? > Court for the District of Alaska. at 8ka?uay. 1? probate. . ^ In the Estate of John O'Noil. DNMN. Not ice N hereby riven to all to whom It mar mnicern. thai the undersigned has been ,ap v??lntcd administrator of Um estate of the aU<vc nanuil decedent. John O'Noil. All Di'ivms having claims against the wild t?t.iteare heretqr required to present them with t lw proper vouchers within six months from this date to roe at my office In the Kall n?ad building In tin' town ofSkaguay. Alaska. Dated at skaguay. Alaska, this SSHh day of October. 1?*. F.. A. MrRPHT. Administrator. First Pub. Nov. W. BOYS' OVERCOATS F. H. Clayson & Co. received on the last steamer a large line of overcoats for boys. They an- of the .best styles auii the material is tine.li MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 47 United States Land Office, Juneau, Alaska. Sept. 29, 1904. Notice is hereby Riven, that in pur suance of the act of Congress, approved May 10th, 1872, J. F. Malony, whose post office address is Juneau, Alaska, for himself, and as the attorney in fact of John Uaiton, ind E. B. Hanley, his co-claimants, have made application for patent for seventeen and 91'>1000 acres of tne Wiley placer claim, four and 703 1000 acres of the Legal Tender placer claim, sixteen and 486-1000 acres of the Peuley placer claim, eighteen and 319 10W? 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, in the office of the Regis ter of Juneau Land District, Alaska, as follows: viz. FIELD NOTES OP MINERAL SURVEY, No. 636. WILEY PLACER CLAIM. Beginning at corner No. 1. Identi cal with location corner. A hemlock !>o*t 4 feet long. 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground, with mound of ?'tone, scribed U. S- S. 636 t from which a hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter bears N. 76 deg. 50' W, 12 feet: A hem lock tree 12 inches in diameter bears N. 25 dee. W. 13 feet, each blazed and scribed U- S. S. 636 Ji B. T. U. S. L- M. No. 3. bears N. 20 deg 00' E. 10548 (5 feet: thence S. 18 deg. 34' W. var. 31 .leg. 00' K. 1048.2 feet to corner No. 4., Hanson Placer U. S. 3. 573, and along line 4-3 of that survey, the center of which is given erroneously as S. 1" deg. 15' 11. 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 post 4 feet long, I inches square, set 18 inches In the ground, with mound of stone, scribed U. S. S. 1 136-2, from which a hemlock tree 10 incnes in diameter l>ears N. 5 deg. ik>' K 10 feet. A hemlock tree 30 inches in diameter, bears N. 61 deg. 15' W. 8 feet, each blazed and scribed U. S. S. i h. T. Center of S. E. end of placer workings 30x10x100 feet bears N*. 40 feet, running thence N. 18 deg. W: thence X. 70 deg. 11' *V., var. 31 deg. i mi' K? 2' >0.0 feet to center of Porcupine creek, 50 feet wide, tlows N. 20 deg. E., M iO.Ofeet to corner No. 3, not being a suitable place to set corner on account - le, 1 set witness corner S. 70 deg. IP K. 430.3 feet. A hemlock post 4 feet oair I inches square, set 18 inches in the irround, with mound of stone.scribed t". S. S. 636-3 VV. C. from which cor ner a heu-iock tree 10 inches in diamet er. bears N. 67 deg. 50' W. 8.3 feet. A hemlock tree 4 inches in diameter, bears N. 7 deg. 23' E. 10.4 feet, each i/ed and scribed U. S. S. 636.3 W. C. B. T.: thence from true corner north 18 . ie_r. :>?>' E. var. 31 deg. 00' E., 1301.5 feet to corner J?o. 4; a hemlock post 4 feet lot g, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in i he irrourd, with mound of ?w>no scribed I . S. S 6-'!i>-4-3, from which a hemlock 'inches in dlameur, bears S. 70 dfg. 08' E. 22 feet: a hemlock tree 3 feet iu uiametcr, bears S. 12 deg. 15' W., 2"<.3 feet, each blazed and scribed U. 5. 5. 6: .'-4-3 B. T.: thence S- 70 deg. 15' tl. var. 31 deg 00' E*, 10.0 feet to placer workings 6 feet deep, 14 feet A ide, 61.6 feet to point from which the N. W . center of placer workings 60x100 x20 feel deep, bears S. 18 deg. 30' E? 1 l'i feet, thence runnings. 18 deg. E., 190 0 feet to leave placer workings, ? i i 4 feet to center of Porcupine creek 11 feet wide, tlows N. 20 deg. E. 599.4 u-et to corner No. 1, the place of be ginning. All corners are identical with the location corners, i.?;al tender Fraction Beginning at corner No. 1: a hemlock l>o*i 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the ground, with mound of ^toce, scribed U. S. S, 636-1-2, from which corner a hemlock tree 8 inches in diimeler, Dears N. 80 deg. W. 4.8 feet. Spruce tree 14 inches in diamet er, bears S, 57 deg. E. 2.4 feet, each .i. ed and scribed IT. S. S 636-1-2 B T. U. S. L. M. No. 3, bears N. 19 deg 56' E. 10212.1 feet: thence S. 22 deg. 02' W. var. ..1 deg. 00' E, 336.7 feet to corner So. 2. Identical with corner No. 1, Wiley lode of this Survey, previously described; thence N. 70 deg. 15' W, var. 31 leg. 00' E, along line 1-4 Wilev claim of this snrvey. 240.0 feet to cen ter of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, iowsN. 20 deg. E., 409.4 feet to pla cer workings, 589.4 feet to leave placer workings, 599.4 feet to corner No. 3 Identical with corner No. 4, Wiley of this survey, previously described: r hence N. 10 deg. 40' E. var, 31 deg. uu' E., 316.1 feet to corner No. 4: a hemlock post 4 feet long 4 inches square ??et Is inches in the ground, with mound ? stone, scribed U. S. S. 636-4, from ? htch corner a hemlock tree 2 feet in diameter, bears N. 75 deg, E. 15 feet. A hemlock tree 3 feet in diameter, bear? 5. 20 deg. W, 1.8 feet, each blazed and scribed U. S S- 636-4 B T.;thence S. 72 Jeg. 21' E. var 31 deg. 00 E, 245 0 feet to center of placer workings (50x250x15 feat extending N. 19 deg. E. 23 feet ind S. 19 deg, W ., 15 fet t: 431.2 feet to center of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, .'low- N. 10 deg. E.. 663.2 feet to corner N i , 1, the place of beginning. All cor ners are identical with the location corners. FENXEY Beginning at eoner 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 which ctrnera hemlock tree 2 feet in diameter, hears S. 14 deg. E. 4.7 feofc. A hemlock tree 8 inches in diameter, bears N. 24 deg. 10' W. 4.9 feet, each biazed and scribed U. S. S. 636-1, B. t'. S. E. corner of house 20x36 feet, bears N. 11 deg. 39' E. 673 feet. S. E. corner of house 14x16 feet, bears N. 15 leg. 24' E. 710 feet. S. E. corner of house 14x16 feet, bears N. 11 deg., 05' K.. 705 foet. S. E. corner of house 14x 16 feet, bears N. 12 deg. 40' E 702 feet, U. S. L. M. No. 3, bears N. 20 .le^, iiO' E. 9037.6 feet: thence S. ladeg. 33' W?, var. 31 deg. 00' E., 1178.2 feet to corner No 2. Identical with corner No. 1, Legal Tender, this survey previ ously de-cribed; thence N. 72 deg. 21' W., var 31 deg. 00' E. Along line 1-4 Le/al Tender claim of this survey. 232.0 feet to c-.-nter of Porcupine creek 50 feet wide, tlows N. 10 deg. E. 418.2 IC.? kU^u?c ui ihmm wordings cx-| tending N. 19 deg. K. 2.1' feet ano B.tt deg. W. 15 feet. 627.4 feet tocorner No. 3- a hemlock pou 4 feet long, 4 square. set 18 Inchcs In ?he ground w th mound of stone, scribed U.S. S. 636-3, from wnich corner a hemlock tree < inches in diameter. beam N ? 60 deg. L Itf 7 feet; * hemlock t roe 12 inches in | diameter, bearsN. 30 deg W. 1? tot, I each blazed and scribed U.S. b. ?3#i ' B T. Corner No. 4, Legal Tender claim of this survey, bears N. "2deg21 w 35.8 feet distant: thence N 21 deg. ? E ?ar. 31 deg. 00' E. 65 4.6 feet to cor ner No. 1: a hemlock post 4 inches square, 4 feet long, set IS Inches In the ground, with mound of stone, bribed U. S. S. 036-4 from which corner a hem look tree 8 inches In diameter bears .. 36 dee. 00' W. 16.4 feet: a hemlock tree ?' feet In diameter, bears N. 39 de*. ? 18 feet, each bla/.ed and scrtbed U.S.b ?3?-4 B. T. N W. corner of cabin Hxin feet bears 3. 160 feet. N. E. corner of cabin ltix30 feet, Itears S, .deg. .10 K. 121 feet: thence N* 10 deg. 00 E- var >1 deg. 00' E. 735.4 feet to coi ner No. 5, A cottonwood |KJst 4 feet long. 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the 1 IPOU?*' scribed V ? S. S. 636-5, from which cor ner, a cottonwood tree 6 inches in dia meter, bears S. 87 deg. W. 28 8 feet blazed and scribe'1, U. f. S. ?>.???-! 5, T ? thence S. 53 deg. 45 E, far .SI de?. 00' E 350.0 feet to center of 1 creek 50 feet wide. flows N. E. t^W.O feet to corner No. 1, place of beginning. All corners are identical with the location corner.. M)x pLACER CLAIM Beginning at corner No 1: a hemlock no*? I feet long, 4 Inches square, set 18 inches in the ground,- with mound o stine, scribed U. 8. S. 636-1, from which corner * spruce tree .1 fort in diameU bears N. 68 deg. 30 W. 1.16 fet-t. spruce tree 10 inches In diamewr.bears N. ?2 deg. 45' E. 24.5 feet, each bla/.ed and scribed U. s s. uW-1 1>. ? ? ? ? corner of cabin 14x16 feet, bears S. 57 deg ");\v. m feet. S. K. corner o* cabin 20x21 feet, bears S. .>? deg. W 639 feet. U. S L. M No. 3 bears N.18 dei. 47' E. 7607.7 feet: thence 8, S. deg. 45' W. var. 31 deg. 00' E.. 135.. i feet to corner No. 2. On line 5-1 Fenley cl?lnJ of this survey: a hemlock post 4 feet lone. 4 inches square, set 18 lnch?^? the ground with mound of -.woe, seabed L' S 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 N. de& E. 6.8 feet, each blazed and sor bcd U. i. S. 636-2 B. T. comer No. 1, Fenley claim of this survev. hcars b. M ^ 45' E 60 feet distant. Centet of pit -0 feet deep and 25 feet in diameter, bears N 4 deg. 30. W. 32* feet: thence N. .h! deg. 45' W. var. 31 deg. 00 E. Alont line 5-1 Fenley claim of this survey. 220.0 feet to centerjof Porcupine c^-'^ 50 feet wide, tlows N. K. corner No. 5 Fenley claim of this sur vey 581.0 ft. to corner N0.3. t ottonwood post 4 feet long, 4 inches square set 18 inches in the ground, with mound ol stone, scribed U. S S. UW J. be ar injrs available; thence N ... deg. la r... i ar 31 deg. 00' E. 1>" ? ^ to corner No 4; a spruce i>ost 4 feet long, I inches square, s!'t 1- Inches in the ground w:.th mound of stone, bribed . ? KM. No bearings available, thence & 52 deg. 57 E . var. 31 deg. 00' E. 24... feet to center of rorcupine creek .>0 feet wide, tlows N. ?l- deg ? ? ? ? feet to corner No. 1. the place of hegin ning All corners arc identical with the location corners JKNK8 FRACTION Beginning at corner No 1. Identical with corner No t. l'Ucovcrv, L ? . 574, and corner ?'>. t hief, t . S. s>. 'N0 A hemlock post 4 inches square, show ing 30 inches above eround, with ' mound of stone. ? nKtl If. >. *?. 6JO-1, on side facing Jenks friction. U. h L. M.No. 3, bears N. 1" desr. 3. * 74'?3 1 feet: .heme S. 11 de*. 10 W . var 31 deg. 00' E. 150.0 feet w center of trail 3 feet wide, course S. K. -lo.l J to corner No, 2. a hemlock i>ost 4 feet long, 4 Inches square, set 1? inches in the ground with mound of stone, scrib ed I). S. S. ti;i0-2, from which corner a spruce tree 3 feet in diameter, bears S 82?eg. E, 34-6 feet. A hemlock .tw ' fc Inches in diameter, bears ... ?? d? . ?>4 5 feet, eirh blazed and scribed _ U. & S. 636-2 B. T.; thence >2 oeg. ?>. ? var. 31 deg. 00' E. 41.3 feet to corner No 1 Mix claim of thi- survey and along line 1-1 of said M.x claitn. 38... feet to center E S feet wide. Hows N. 32 deg. 00 K. feet to corner No. 3; a nemlock post 4 feet lone. 4 lnch? > sfiuar.', ?et 18 inchi iu the ground, with mound "f stone. scribed l". S. S from which cor ner a spruce stump 2 feet in d ameter, bea^ S 77 deg.. W 3.1 feet, bla/.ed and scribed U. S. 6. lKtG-3 U. i . Corner No. 4 Mix claim of this survey, bears IS. m 57' \v. 44.2 feet distant: ther.ee N. 11 deg. 30'E.. var. 31 deg. 00' E 218.0 feet to corner 4. Identical w ith cortie^r No. 4, Discovery U. S. h- 5.4. A hem lock post 4 inches square, showing ..i inches above ground upon which 1 scribed U. S. S.63?'-4,onBice facing Jenks fraction: thence S. 63 deg. .1 e.. var. 31 deg' 00' H. Along line 4-3 sui ve> No 574, 215.0 feet io center of N. K. end of placer workings 15ox4ox-o feet deep, extending S. 32 deg. W. 15o feet 275. o feet to center of Porcupm^ creek 5o feet wide, tlows 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 beginnine. All corners are identical with the location corners. Total Area Wiley 1? .. i?;i? 41 Jenks Fraction -.<-1 Total Area Placer Claims 60.14. The above claims join on the north east Discovery Plarer Claim, survey No 574. on the east by unknown placer claims, on the west by the Last Chance placer claim, and the Lucky Joe placer claim, and on the south and east by sur vev No. 573, and unknown placer claims The location notices of t hese placer mining claims are recorded as fol.ows: Tbe Wiley Placer claim is recorded in Vol "B" at page 95, of the records of the Skagway Recording District. The Legal Tender placer claim is recorded in Vol. "B'\ at page 317, of the records of the Skagway Kecording District. The Fenley placer claim is recorueu in Vol. "A", at page 25. of the records _of tbe Skagway Kecording District. The Mix p|acer claim is recorded in V ol. ?A" ?t oaije 20, of the records of the Skagway Kecording District. The Jenks Fraction placer claim is recor ded in Vol. "D". at page 14, of the records of the Skagwav Recording ? Any'a'nd all persons claiming adver geiv anyportion of the above described premises, are required to li e their ad verse claim with the Register of thi United States Land Otlne, at Juneau, Alaska, durine the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be> bar red bv virtue of the provisions of the Statute. JohxW Dudley, Register It is hereby ordered that the forego ing notice he published for the statu tory period in the Daily Alaskan, a newspaper published at Skagway, Alas Jobn W. Dudley, Register. First publication Oct. 8, 1004. i' OUR FALL and WINTE ' 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 Are on Display and a Visit to Our New Store Will More Than Repay You MARTIN CONWAY y Alaska Pacific Navigation Co. Carrying Alaska Pacific Express and United States Mail S. S. SANTA ANA. - - Monthly. 21st | S. S. 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