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A shaft has recently been finished at
the Ronchainp Colliery, in Haute
Saone, France, which is 3,31-1 ft. deep.
The work of sinking was commenced
in 189G, and over five years was occupi
ed in completing the shaft to its pres
ent depth. The temperature at the i
bottom of the shaft, as taken recently?
Is 110 degrees, when that at the surface
was 59 degrees, showiug an iucrease of
57 degrees, or 1.72 degrees for each 100
ft. of depth.?Engineering and Mining
Journal,
For Sale?1 will sell at a bargaiu all
my interest iu a trading and hianufac
turiug site on Moutaua Creek, Douglas
Island. Geo. Kiedi.'
Eagles.
After June 1st, Douglas Aerie No.
117, F. O. E. will meet ou the 1st and
3d Wednesdays of each month, at 8
o'clock p. m.
Ice Cream.
Mrs. Langhliu sells ice cream by the j
pint, quart or gallon, also by the dish.
Careful attention given to special
orders.
For Rent.
The Natatorium Hall in Douglas wil
be let on reasonable terms to the right j
party. Hall centrally located aud the
best and largest In the city. For par
ticulars call on or write, A. Murray,
Douglas, Alaska.
Children's Coughs and Colds.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st St.
Hutchinsou, Kan., writes: "I have given !
Ballard's ? Horehound Syrup to my
children for coughs and colds for the
past four years, and find it the best
mediciue I have ever used/' Unlike
many congh syrups, it contains no
opium, but will soothe and heal any
disease of the throat or lungs quicker
than any other remedy. 25c, 50c and
81.00 at J. Heubner's Drug Store.
JUNEAU FERRY AND NAVIGATION CO.
OPERATING STEAMERS
*FLOSIE" and "LONE FISHERMAN."
FERRY TIME CARD
LEAVE JUNEAU
For Douglas and Tread well*
S:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. ?]
9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. ,
11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. t
LEAVE DOUGLAS j;
For Trendwell: For Juneau:
8:15 a. m. 8:30 a. no. '
9:45 a. m. 10:05 a. m. I ?
11:15 a. m. 12:05 a. m.
1:15 p.m. 1:45 p.m. jj
3:15 p. m. 3:30 p. m. ' ,
4:45 p. m. 5:35 p. m.
7:15 p. m. 7:30 p. m. >
9:15 p. m. 9:30 p. nr. j ;
LEAVE TREADWELL
For Douglas and Juneau: ' )
8:25 a. m. 3:25 p. m. >
I0aX) a.m. 5:30 p. m.
12:00 u. ni. 7.25 p. in. j J
1:40 p. m. 9:25 p. in. j >
leave Juneau for Sheep Creek; ]
11:00a. m. and 4:30 p. in. j *
Leave Sheep Creek for Juneau:
11:45 a. m. and 5:15 p. in.
OX WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Boat leaves Juneau for Douglas and Tread,
well at 12 midnight.
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner,
To Charles Dick, his Hrirs and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that during the
year 1902, the undersigned, your co-owner, 1
has expended $100.00 in labor and improve- 1
ments upon each of the following named lode
mining claims, to-wit:
Discovery Claim on the Linda Vista Ledge, j
and No. 1 below Discovery on the Linda Vista j
Ledge. Both of said claims are situated on '
the south-east side of Windham Bay, in the
Juneau Recor ling District, District of Alas- |
ka. The notic *s of location are duly record
ed in Book 14 of Lodes on pages 39S and 399
respectively, of the Juneau Recording Dis
trict Records, and in which claims you claim I
an undivided two-thirds interest. f m
Said labor was performed and said im- !
provements were made for and as the annual ; ~
representation and assessment work upon; ,
eachof said claims for the said year 1902, as i
Is required by the provisions of Section 2324, i
of the Revised Statutes of the United States, I
and the amendments thereto, concerning an- j
nuallaborand improvements upon mining ?
claims, and the said amount was the amount J
required to hold each of suid claims for saia
year 1902.
You are further notified that unless within
ninety days after the personal service of this
notice upon jrou. or within ninety days after
the publication thereof, vou contribute your ,
porti9n of such exi>enditure as a co-owner ;
of said claims, your Interest in the said
claims will be forfeited to the undersigned
co-owner who has made such expenditure,
and will become his property in the manner
provided by law.
Dated June 1st, 1903.
Gudmusd Jfxsrn.
Firs* pnblicafion. June 10, 1903. ,
Last publication, Sept. 1?, 1903. ; *
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Anyone seiuHnc a aieteh and description may a
qnlckly ascertain oat opinion tree ?whether an "
invention to probably rutentabfa. Coromnnics- c
ttanastrictiyecmfldectfaiL Handbook on Patents a
sent free. Oldest wreaey lorsecartaffpoteats. 0
Patents taken throusrh J*ana & Co. receive "
tptcial xotiu, rrtthont cbarxe, in the
Scientific American :
A handsomely tlheCnrted -redly. Lsrjrest crfr
eolation of any scfenUflc JournaL Terms, $3 a
year: four months, fL Sold hy &D rc v7 j cloak: rsv.
MUNNSCo.^8'^ New York *
. ?nu>e& Ofike. 625 y Bt, Wafh\Bcton.D.CL
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...Alaska flyers...
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Between Seattle, Ketchikan, Doug
las, Juneau and Skagway.
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Due to arrive at Douglas :
S. S. Dolphin July 1
S. S. Dirigo July 3
S. S. Farallon - - June 22
S. S. Humboldt - July 6
Steamers and sailing dates subject to
change without notice. This is the
only line of steamers calling recu
bxrly at Douglas both North and
South bound.
Alaska S. S. Co. Agents i
600 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Elmer E. Smith, Agent. Douglas, Alaska
1,1 " ? i
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i A.MURRAY ?
A $
J Shop Third Street j-.
i Carpenter \
And r
J Builder... I
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J MOULDING ?
i WOOD TURNING V
| JOBBING j:'
4 Promptly Attended to.
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Tony's Comet
A Gentleman's
Resort ?
Carries a Full and Complete
flssorlmenl of the Finest 999
Brands of Imported and Do
mestic WINES
...LIQUORS and CIGARS
Front Street
Juneau W??
,
? Prescriptions Filled
Day and Night at...
IS Douglas Pharmacy.:
A FULL LINE OF
TOILET ARTICLES
PERFUMES, SOAPS
BRUSHES, Etc., Etc.
Icsttr Bu>tg 3d St., Dou glas City.
Notice of Final Settlement n
IX THE V. S. COMMISSIONER'S COURT.
'0B TUK DISTRICT OF ALASKA, DIVISION NO. 1, "
XT DOUGLAS, IN FRODATE.
n the matter of the estate of Victor Krook, *
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Frank Bach, ad- <
linistrator of the estate of Victor Krook, ?j
eceased, has rendered and presented for <
ettlement, and filed in said court, his final J
ccount of his administration of said estate, ?
nd that Thursday, the 16th day of July, 1903, ?
111 o'clock a. m.T at the court house of said k
ourt, in the town of Douglas, District of AI- ?
ska,has been duly appointed by the Judge <
f said court, for the settlement of said ac- *
ount, at which time and place any person <
iterested in said estate may appear and file <
xceptiona in writing, to said account, and k
onteat the same- ?
Signed by me this 27tli day of May, 1903. <
G. M. Irwin, *
Commissioner and Probate Judge, at Doug- *
is, Alaska. ? '<
Date of first publication, May 27,1903. ?<,
Date of last publication. July 15,1903. $
\ Alaska Soda Co jS
J NOW THE LARGEST L
A AND BEST EQUIPPED F
4 IN ALASKA V
w All Orders Promptly Filled ^
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J JUNEAU - ALASKA U
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$ The Douglas Steam ?
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| Laundry will do your |
o work with neatness g
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| and dispatch. Give |
o them a trial and see ?
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| if they don't please 5
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$ ? ? g :
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I DOUGLAS TRANSFER I
ft Clark & Laumkistkr, Props. 4#
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J ARE NOW PREPARED TO J
? SUPPLY FAMILIES WITH 4
?J COAL AND DO GENERAL Jf
S HAULING jft ?* 2?
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^ Leave orders at the ]J;
> Douglas City Pharmacy ij
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J BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS
S 3
S^*?/ortman
?S3iljdk Sii' w\ V' ^Hk ^Wij !
?Carries a Complete Line of?
hardware, Stoves and
. tinware.
REPMIf DIE 5l~i.
FRONT ST., DOUGLAS.
Douglas Iron CUorks
V ' ?
N. A. UK EN, Phot.
Plumbing Tinning
steam fitting, engineering
aND machine work.
Machinery of all kinds Repaired and Set Up
E^-aOl kinds of metal work
iJOHN FEU5I |
dealer in j
* Hardware, Second Hand i
Furniture, etc. g
* Special attention paid to repair &
k work and Jobbing of all kinds. \<>.
| FRONT STREET, DOUGLAS. |
{ Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining Co. f
| GENERAL MERCHANTS I
M ' DEALERS IN T
$t Groceries, Provisions and Canned Goods, Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, M
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We buy direct from the largest f
^ J Jobbing H6uses in the country, i
\lf 5 FOR CASH, and are therefore J
its r able to sell you goods at reason- f
it's > able prices. *!* J* ^ J
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Brick, Lime, and Cement,
Iron and Steel Supplies.
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Your patronage is always appre- > ^
ciated,no matter now small the ?
amount of your purchase. It will ^ Mf
be our constant aim to sell you the J
best goods that can be obtained at i j
reasonable prices. & ? & > \?f
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| Chrome Steel Shoes and Dies. Machine and Foundry Work on Short Notice. ?
^ , LEADERS IN LOW PRICES AND GOOD GOODS. $
I ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MIMING CO., I
| DOUGLAS ISLAND, ALASKA. J
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** I am uot advertising Men's $30.00 Suits at S5.00, nor S 10.00 %
Coats and Vests at 81.50, nor Ladies' 875.00 Silk Skirts at
* $13.50 ?
III SIMPLY il Oil OF BUSINESS :<-1
?
J Every article in my store will be sold at manufacturers cost J
and less. No merchant can stay in business and sell goods ?
* at what 1 am selling them for. The least you can do is to ?
!S
come and get my prices. You'll find I am not monkeying. Y*
There's no monkey business?no monkey prices?every- jj*
S thing must be sold quick. jj
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J Showcases and Fixtures for Sale %
?a <?>
Douglas Apera House
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S. 0IU5, Prop.
?* * OPEN ALL NIGHT * * I
SHOW EVERY EVENING
Claret Wine, Bottled Beer, Bottled
Porter. All Kinds of the Best Do- Hot and Mixed Drinks
mestic and Imported Liquors a Specialty.<^c^?^<^
Always in Stock.
XheJ3?u^as 0PeraHouse
.PACIFIC COAST If
' STEAMSHIP CO. j!
PIONEER ALASKA LINE \
) Safe, Fast, Punctual, Luxurious, Courteous Treatment, Splendid Meals ?
? For Seattle and Puget Sound Points j
> THE ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS )
> Cottage City = June 21, July 3 I
i City of Seattle - June 13, 25 ^
5 Topeka = =' June 17, 29 >
i SITKA ROUTE. i
B0N1TA, Connecting with the above 9teamers from the South, for >
Hoonah, Hot Springs, Killisnoo, Rodman Bay and Sitka ?
JUNE 12, 16, 20, 24,28, JULY 2 ?
The company reserves right to chnngo steamers, sailing dates and hours S
?of Sailing without previous notice. For information regarding passenger
and freight rates, apply to ctuddiwc a 4. ?
Wm. STUBBINS, Agent. A
San Francisco Ticket Office, 4 New Montgomery Street.
^ C. D. DUNANN, General Passenger Agent, 10 Market Street.

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