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From Friday’s Bulletin. U. S. vs. Torstensen will be heard at 1:30 This is a case in which ii is charged liquor was sold to Indians. There will be a hearing in the matter of the Chititu Development Co., bankrupt, this evening at X o’clock. Herbert S. Farris, an attorney of Seward, who has been in the office of L. V Ray, was admitted to tin bar yesterday. C. D. Shaw has been confined t< the house for several days with an attack of grippe, but is now im proving rapidly. Following is a list of arrivals o» the Northwestern: Miss R. M Butterfield, .1 Zuj>, B Hopkins. ( MeQuarrv, W Owens, O Rot hem burg and wife, .1 Singleton, .1 Mc Donald, E Kern, A Larsen, \\. Blair, li Livingston, E Sanderi'ii— .1 Plemlerleith, A Busch, Mrs <V land, C Sheldon. 0 Donev, A Bal lister. M Sicklin.er, D MePhersoi A McFarland, Hazel Sheldon, Mi Bratton Mrs Cornell, H Warrei Judge R A Gunnison, F Andersoi O Ambrosiim, C E Frank, Ne. Anderson, J Anderson, J Young, . Heath. P Denhart, R Adams. . Guthrie, A Wood, D Boon. Jn Shaw, A Bartlette, F Jordan, . Cowles/D A Tv fig and wife Mrs 1 C EHiott, A Livingston',’ *Hugb>‘ and wife, Mrs F Gordon. Mrs K .V Elliott, II Ross, J Matlhison, . Lester, I Johnson. Mrs Palmci Nellie Findley. II C Elliott. C Fn and .fjrite, Mrs P M Ross. H Volck art, j P Fry, P Wilson. Miss Wi son,-G Hawkins, F Brown, Mi.-. Murray, B F MtllarujA C Kellhi and wife, E SkePon, C M Da\, Dora Gates, C Berry and wit. Mrs KJ Crawford, Mrs A Kevil J. A’ Carson, J. W. Neal, J Bit J. McPherson', C. Anodt, S Gate:-. O Junte, G Patten, W Patton, Campbell, J McLean, B-Ostran. P Nelson, W Hutton, J Marsdei , A BottBs M Sunel. E Lund, i Hicks and wife, L Beauchamp, 1 R assart, A L M eDonald, / Brownlee, II Beal. P Dietzel, I Kirk hr, D McKay, T Grant, 1 Freeland, A Burk, F Hare, J Tucker, D McDonald. H Derm more, F Alexander, R Mining, J Smith, \V Fairfield, E E Shaw, Ed., S. Orr, F McKinnon, Mi> J Zugg, P Bernaid, C I.even Mrs Dawson Crawford a»>d 38 sec ond class. G. L. Hoyt is in from Gulkan: roadhouse, ami will start, over th. trail again tomorrow morning, tak ing with him his wife and two children, who arrived recently from Rochester, New York, to mak their home at Gulkana. A. K. Crawford, of the Kotsina Copper Co., is in from the trail to attend to having some steeis sent to Kotsina. Tw’o will be sent in now, one for his outfit and one for the Great Northern Development Co., and two more will he taken in ia June. Judge Gunnison arrived on the Northwestern, enroute to Fair banks, where he will hold a special term of court next month. M iss Mary Oslund received on j the Northwestern a large stock of spiing millinery of the very latest designs. Announcement ef date of opening will be made early next1 week. Laie advices from Taznuna state! that the outfit of the V. T. Co. is a i mile and a half this side of the! roadhouse and that Esterlv party is breaking trail up Copper river. A Suff, J \V Smith, 0 L Buz zard, \\ Oliver, .1 O Buzzard and wife, \\ m \\ eleh, L 0 Norman, (» A Wehh were passengers on the Northwestern for Latuuche. J D Meenach and wife, Neva I) Woods, C A Schroder and wife were passengers for Kllamar. The Bailey murder case is set tled, the jury bringing in a verdiei at 0 this morning, of guilty ot murder in the second dcgre*. The ease was given to the jury yesP'r iay evening, hut they failed to igree after a lew hours of delibcra ion. Early this morning, how ever, they reached a verdict. The ~ *oii vut <d rntm—trurk-—(-hr—verrhet •oollv, saying that he had no "kick o made.” The sentence which Bailey can receive under this ver liet varies from 1") years in prison o a life sentence. The three indictments returne 1 »v the grand jury were made pub ic today. They arc against S un uel M Graff, a lawyer of Seward, barging Idm with embezzlement vhiic connected with (lie business •f the Seward Light A' Power Co. l ima* man Mining Co. \>. Mut •ay comes up for trial tomorrow'. A demurrer against the indie' nent in U. S. vs. Torstensen was nstained this afternoon, and tie natter refericd to the next gram! u ry. COAL — COAL •V. II. Bush agent, or Copper Itivet !)ruving Co. Notice Of Forfeiture. ■'o T. W. Ki tticson: Von are hereby notified that the under igncii lias ex I'eliil i! tjrh.ni in la tor and in; prove j ,u-nts on tie? claim known a' the ‘Ihkka de claim, situated near the load cl Trail i reek, a tr h star; of the K■ nuiei it river, and i eeorded i:; Hook li, Page 1 ■ >T ol the ir'-nid ■ ol :e Valdez He -orditig liistrict. Alaska, mi order i to hold said mining claim under the provision* •f Se • SiU |>; , ,,e RcVl-Cd SMiillte' of lire (tilled , stales, being ihc airioirut required to hold s lid nining claim for tire year Itmii And ifwiliitn iin?ty (1?') day* from t he service of this notice, u tie” complete pnhlir ntion thereof. you fur. or ei'iB« toeontribufp vour proportion of saiit x j i nditure a Co owner, your one half intetest ! tr said claim will become the property of tlf I ndersign -d under and pursuant of said Stic. , :;i>i of the Revised Statutes of tire I'nit-d States , 1 rated hi \ aide/., Aln'ka, litis 7th day of 'larch, 1907. Chris. Tjosevig. Hirst publication March 7, 1907 Last publication June 6, 19(0. Miss Mary Osland __ i Ready Made Hats Hats Remodeled I Hats Made to Order Ladies f iirnishin; doods Hobart 3t„ next McKinley Hall The judge notified attorneys in court this morning that lie will leave for Juneau March 24th, and that they must have their cases ready for hearing if they wish tuem acted on this term. The case of A. C. Co. vs. Butler "as before the court this morning on a motion to file an amended complaint and was held over till afternoon. From Saturday's Bulletin. The case of A. C. Co. vs. Butler, was Settled vesterdav afternoon, • * the jury rendering a verdict in tavor of plaintiff. Three Man Mining Co. vs. Dickey went on trial before a jor\ ibis morning, and will probably he finished t his afternoon. Samuel M. draff lias furnished a 'bond m tlie sum of tf idOt) and was released from eustodv. The j res ent indictments are the third that havi been returned against him at different times for the same offense. 1 n Kllenshnig he was indicted for embezzlement, w hile eommis~i<>m r at Steel creek lie w as aecusi d of misappropriating funds and at ■Reward i' is charged he got away with fd 10. The Northwestern unloaded a iiuuiher ot pcssengers at Kataila, eonniig r.|1. She leports the Sara l )ga leaving there for Seattle Tues lav evening, after unloading ail her freight. I An epidemic of grippe closed th* public schools al Douglas recent II. Curtis Elliott and wife, II. P. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Tyre^ Abram Livingston and C. P, Francis and wife arrived on th* Northwestern. Thev will reinam until court adjourns and then visit Knights island. A. J, Meals baa gone in with th* steamboat outfit of the Copper River tfc Northwestern road. The mail from Fairhunks ar riving late last night bad letter* mailed at Nome Feb. 0. 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