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Famous the World Orer? Fully Matured. Wu ft? PERSONAL MENTION no ??ty.iaiiiiMiiMfiwwwawi? ? <1 A. U lierdoe, comptroller and audit or of the \V. IV & V. R., ud Mr*. B?>r doe. iuu I daughter, arrived on the City of Seattle yesterday. They will spend some times at Skagway. They are guest* at the l^llen house. O. I*. GUI. who has l>een traveling Mkl esman for O. H. Adsit, of Juneau, ''for four rear*, has left Alaska and will travel (or a Portland house. Mr. GUI says Alaska will probably be In his ter ritory . E. II. Slim, formerly of the Grand hotel, now used as harracks for Corn pant M , is steward on the Tampfco, which is iliM-harging freight at the Moore wharf. Capt Hobertson and K A. Guilbault, Ska_*u> grand jurymen to the Ketchi kan court, left yesterday for thereon the Seattle. Miss Thea IVtlwl; left on the City of Seattle for Fort Klagler, where she will visit ?i(h her sister. Mrs. Louis S. Chappelear. A. II. MacKay.of the t raffle depart ment, jimI l?r. II it Hunnalls, are all La*e I U ; i acti. examining Mime quart/. pros;>ects. J. II. Ining, the Seattle clothing man, i < turned to Seattle on the City of S at lli yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Meruard Moore en- 1 t 'rt tided u few friends Sunday night. , Major Terett i> rvpected to arrive in | Ska.'? ay on the iHilphin Thursday, Dr. U S. Kellar returned from | Haines on the Hustler last night. Henry I trie was a |>aasenger from | Haines on the Hustler last uighl. Judge (Sogers went to Juneau on thel Seattle. SMIittAY WEATHER For the -4 hours proceeding 6 o'clock p ii? September ", IWO: Highest temperature <C! above. Lowest temperature, 50 above. H. D. Clark, 1*. S. Voluntary Observer. K. K. K. Kiiruel KeeUr's Kooekont Fricts Appreciated Every >oul of you know I have the stock and regulate the prices oo dia monds. watches and jewelry. You all know I carry the only assort ment and extensive stock in watches and diamonds. You all know we are the only gradu ate opticians. You all know we give you honest watch work. You all know our prices are just We charge the prosperous Yukoner the s.iiur |iriee xs our own townsmen. Our price is the same to all. Kulak's Diamond Palace. Ordinance No. 42. An Ordinance horbidding the C'ooatruc t i )o. t. ruction or Malntaloaoce of XtiMcn iu the town of Skafway. Providing a l'uoi?hment therefor, and for other l*urpuee->: Ik- il ? >rd*ioi-d by the rommoo Council of the Town ( f SKagway. Section I. rtia' whoever -hall construct, erect or maintain >u the town of -tkaxway, either o? oer or ifrot of the owner, any thin/ ?*l>ivh in a nulsjnce at common law. ur under t1 r -t:\iutes of the United ?mm apt mU| to Ala-ka, or under the ordinance- of the town of Skarway, -hall bedi"'tii><d tuiitT of rai*deme*nor and upon conviction shall if the punish ment K tmt otherwise provided by or dinance. !>-? lined iuau* sum not lean then ?o.tn nor mjrw than f JU0.00; and ?-at-h day -a d uuisance la maintained -hail be considered a- a -eperate offense Section -- Yhis ordinance "hall take effect and be in force from and after ita pa-sage and approval l'-.k-- -*1 the council 4i>(ti*t 24th 1M03. W. S. M> K v an. To?n Clerk Approved August JUh ISAM. L. 5> Kklijui, Manor and 1*1 evident of tae Council. A OtitUui'i Kmrt The I'ack Train saloon, recently ren ovated. it the bent appointed resort, strictlv for gentlemen, in the North. oul\ the best of whiskiea, wines, been and'eigara served. Fair and courteoue treatment is accorded all patrons aud visitor*, t'orner Broadway and Sixth avenue, Skagway. John L Gage, Manager. Men's, boys' and children's summer caps, at \V. H itobertaou'a. it Tamploo Will B?ll ?o?th Todmy The 72 longahoremon wdo hare bwn buallv dlicbinciQX the Tuiipico will flnlah their labor* thia forenoon and the big freighter will Mil South for poa alble another trip North. At tk* P?mt?l Mlaaloa K.vangelUt Setter wllloontinue meet Inge at the Peolei mlaaiou each nitfht thia week. The public, which haa abown ita appreciation by good attend ance the laat week, la glren a further cordial invitation to attend. IMpUa Dae H?r? Tharaday The white flyer Dolphin will be In port again next Thursday. She left Seattfe Sunday night with a full cargo of freight and a good paaiwnger llaL FACE Pimples, Blackheads, Red and Oily Skin Prevented by Gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water, and bathe freely (or aome minutes. Repeat this treatment morning and evening. Use the Soap alone, with hot water at other times, as often as agreeable. Take the Cuticura Resolvent Pills, sufficient to keep every function in a state of healthy activity. N. S. ?A ilacttab roa4ltloa of th* iMn ?. Nvwiie, il??r. kl'lMii ud MtMtr. u ??!! ?? ?f ik? at*rta* IwiIhi It ofr#n ik* rta** at f*'IU *?lp?to?* wklrt Ik* CmetU Es*olv Birr Pill* r**dilj eomtt ?tvl car*. wkll? :?(?<?? tk* fan* or mlnram ?l?o.u I* imi*t*4 4 crnrrik kOAP aad kot ?tl*r i'?k? Vi*p. olaiaMut tod Pill* tf* K>I4 tk>u?fko?t tk* aarld. ttepot: -T X ft?H*ilim Aj Uxxtca rrmrk Itepot *. R** 4* I* Pili Pari* PorTka Dmo ?nu ' MkH roar-. ^1* Pn>p* Bu*l<>a. U. S A For llut A nicely furnished room to rent, with or without board: suitable for one or two gentlemen. Inquire of Mrs. Howard, 3rd are., near Alaska st. Most reasonable, far the best, New Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, Y. T. I cannot tell a lie, we must make a little profit. C'lavson A Co. Earl A Wilson's collars and cuffs at Conway's Mfr ? HOTICEOfU 5. MARSHALS SALE In lb* District Court of the Lulled State* (or the District ol Alaaka. Dlvialou No. I. K O. SyleeMer A O. W. liraves, copartner* w Byleester and Umet, ptalntlfla VI. Uxor Hom Com pant No. *, a corporation. Mhoui Notice U her?b> glveu. that under and by rlitiM of ?n eierutloo liaufil out ol the above entitled court, la ? m? thereto removed by the due nils* Id the clerk s oftlce therein of a certHed trnMcrlpt of a judgment rendered and anten-d ju the seventh day of September, l*n. Is the court of the l S Conmlwlouer ud e( oScto justice of the pontor Alaaaa, Skatfway p-eoncL 10 arauae wherein the said K. O ?jrl wkr and 0 W. Oravce eoparther* a* Syleeater ? Ml urates were plaintiff*, and Skagway >Iom Company No. S wrrt defendants, which said ] ihkmra t waa In favor ol aald plaintiff and again a: aald defen ant> and waa and li for tae aum of Mve hundred and ninety elirbt and ? I-10U dollar* I have duly levied upon the East one half of Lot No. Kleven 11) In Block No. K.gbt (It of tae town of Skagwav, Alaaka. aiwrdlng to the plat thereof made by K. H Held. C. E . to gether with all the appurtences thereunto be "SSSf therefore, for the rurpoaeol realltlni ?aid atsouut. inter**: and coat*. I will, on w ecf aeaday the aeveuth day of October I'JOS at the hour of t o'clock p. tn. and at the front door of the Lb i ted mate* Court H?u-? at t.e earn end of seventh avenue In the towu of skagway, Diatrici ? f Alaska oiler for sale and aril to the blgbeat bidder lor eaah all of said property to wn the eaat one-half of lot aniuter eleveu (lt> In block number eight 8) together with all the ap uttencee thereunto belonging. all in the town ol Skagway, District of Alaaka Dated at Skagwajr, Alaaka, September rib A D. 1M. James M Hhotip, L. S. Marshal Bv |ohn W Snook, Dep-nv V S Manbal Klist publication Sept ??, I903 Q Ikaiwar Laiadry For drst-class work try Skagwa* LaundrT. Twenty-two .vera#' experi ence. telephone 8a. tf. Get prices at Royal Laundry for 'mmlly work, special rates in rough iry, next to new electric plant. The leading barbershop and baths. The Principal, opposite Board of Trade Lunches Me, 11 a. m. to * p. m., New Arctic Cafe, Whiteborse, Y, T. 1 Further Reductions! I Men's Wool Suits, coats 35-36 Sizes, $lo 00 and $16 00 values for $8 00. Double Breasted, Square Cut Corduroy Coat, $16 00 suit for $8 00. Single Breasted, Round Cut $15 suit for $7 50. Boy's Wool Suits, $8 00 and $10 00 values; now $5 & $3. 33 1-3 Per Cent Off On All Men's Hats. All $1 50 & $1 75 white and colored shirts Going at $1 00. Corless, Coon & Co's Best Lin en Collars, 2 for 25c. Boy's Lisle Thread Bicycle Hose, 35 & 40c. values. 20c Balbrigan and cotton ribbed Underwear Per suit, $1 00 All Tan and Button Shoes at a Great Sacrifice. Good assortment of Ladies' & Men's Fine Shoes. Heavy Working Boots and Shoes at Cost. p-ST W. H. Robertson) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the United States Commissioner ant] ex-Oftieio Justice of the Peace Court, (or Alaska, Skagway: i*resented in Probate. In re guardianship of Myrtle Ander son. Petition having been tiled herein by Anna M. Anderson, guardian of aaid minor Myrtle Anderson, for license to sell the interest of aaid minor in and to lot No. 4, In block No. 1(W, of the town of Juneau, Alaska, the next of kin of Mid Myrtle Anderson, and all persons interested In aaid minor's estate are hereby directed to appear before ine at my court room, at the court house in the town of Skagway, at two o'clock p m? on the twenty-eighth day of Sep tember, A. D. l!*t;t, then and there to show cause why a license should not be granted for the sale of said estate. It is directed that this order to show cause shall be published for three consecu tive weeks In the Daily Alaskan, a newspaper circulating in the District of Alaska. Dated at Skagway, Alaska, August 2Sth, A. 1). I MUX J. J. ItOQKRS, Probate Judge. II. W. Jennings, attorney for peti tioner. Date of first publication September 1. Ordinance Mo. 41. An ordinance making It a Misdemeanor to Construct or Maintain Sidewalk* In a Condition Dangerous to the Life andl.lraband Prescribing the Punish ment therefor, and for otner Puri>os es. Be It ordained by the Common Council of the To* n of Skagway. Section 1, That the street commissioner shall ex ercise a supervision over all the side walks in the town of Skagway, and shall see to it that they are maintained In a safe and passable condition, so as not to be a menace to life and limt Section That whenever In the opinion of said street commissioner, or of said common conncll. any sidewalk In said town Is In a condition dangerous to life or limb he, or they, shall give a notice In writ ing to the owner, or persou having charge of the property abutting on or connected with said sidewalk: which said notice shall describe said sidewalk with sufficient certainty to enable same to be identified. Said notice shall in form said person that he is required to make said sidewalk safe and pass able within ten days from the date of service of said noUce. Said notice may be substantially In tbe following form: Skiffwiv, A lank a, . ?*?????!??*? To Mr You ara hereby notified that the sidewalk in front of premises known as Lot In Block on.... street in the town of Skagway is In a condition dangerous to llfo and Umb. You are therefor required within ten days from and after the service upon you of this notice to make the same safe and passable: and If you fall or neglect so to do, you will be arrested and dealt with accordingly. Street Commissioner. of said Town Section 3, That If the owner of, or person having in charge any property In front of, or connected with, which there Is any suoh defective sidewalk, or sidewalks, shall omit, neglect or fail, tor ten days after the service upon him of the notice afore said, to make the said sidewalk safe and passable, he shall be daemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon con viction thereof by the municipal magis trate be fined In any sum not less than two (12.00) dollars nor more than one hundred (1100.00) dollars: aud In case of failure to pay sakl fine he shall be im prisoned in the municipal jail one (1) day for every two ($2.00) dollars of such fine and costs.? unless he shall make oath, in writing, before said magistrate that from lack of pecuniary means, he is unable to pay said fine. Section 4. If said person having been so convicted shall pay the fine assessed by the mag istrate. the later shall at onoe deliver the amount to the city treasurer, by whom It shall be kept as a special fund, to be used by tbe town, towards defrav mg the expense of putting said sidewalk in a safe and passable condition. Section 5. If the owner of the property be a non resident of, and have no agent In the town of Skagway, or If the owner or person In charge haying been convict ed, takes the oath aforesaid, the town of Skagway, through it's street com missioner. under and by direction of the council, shall make said sidewalk safo and passable: and the town clerk shall certify to the town treasurer the ooet and expense of so doing; and the treas urer shall assess against any property of ths owner the amount so certified. This ordlnanoe shall lake effect and be in force from and after Its approval and pswsgc. Passed by the council. W. S. McKkan, Town Clerk, Approved August 24th 1903. L. S. Keller, Mayor and President of the Council. Spring chicken at the Pack Train restaurant. WAV. A Stove that will keep fir* over nitfht without attention and save ONE THIRD the fuel Is the Original Coles' Hot Blast For Sale By E.R. Peoples We are Headquarter* for HEATING APPARATUS All sizes of wood anil coal heaters, steel ranges and cook stoves. You are cordially Invited to inspect our stock. M.VKm\ww\wvwvvvv% SOLDIERS ADDITIONAL HOME STEAD NO. ? Unite*! State* (Ami Office, At Juueau, Alaaka. August SI. I9US Nolle*' la hereby f Iven, that A. fc. Tregent, as aslgnev of A. K. Clark and Edwin N Bliss be Ing entitled lo the benefit* of Section of the Revised Statutes of the I'nlUd Mates, granting additional lauds to soldiers aud tailors who aarved lu the war of the Rebellion, has made application to this office lo make proof and en try by said applicant. und?r act of congreaa ap proved May lUh WW, for lands In U.S. survey No. 17H In th* District of Alaska, described as follow*, towlt: Situate on the southerly shor* of thai arm of Lynn canal? on the weat side thereof-known aa t'hlikoot Inlet, aud ai a point approximately tire miles northwcstcrlv freni Haines Mission. DUtrlct of Alanka, and more particularly de acrlbed as followa: Iteginnlugat u point at ordinary high water mark on the mala land on the Noulhweaterly ahoreof I.vnn canal, known aaC'hllkoot Inlet, ou the west aide thereof, marked 'Beg. cor. No. I," from which U. S. initial mouumenl No. I7H bears S. 6t> den. ? inin. K. 4.H:j chains; thence S. II dec. <* niio. W. 1UJU chains to cor. No. U; thence S. ?7 deg.4.% mln.RllMJ chaina lo cor No. S; thence N. 11 dcg. Oi mlu. K. 10 SO chalus to oor. No. 4; thence N.G9deg. 6ft inln. W, along Hue of ordinary high tide, '.'.01 chains to oor. No. 5: thence N % dc?r. Or. mm. W. along ordinary high tide, 5.16.% chalus to cor. No. 6 ihence N 51 <iey ti mln. W along line of ordinary high tide, 7.37 chaiua to cor. No. ?;tben< e N. 7* dec .03 mln. W. along ordiuary high tide. 5.M5 chalus to oor. No. 1, the place of beginning containing an areaof 18. w acres. Variation, 33deg. 20 mln. 1. Any and all peraona claiming adversely any portion of said lau la are required to file an ad. verae claim thereto In th a office during the period of publication of thia notice, or within thlrtjr days thereafter, otherwise proof and en try of said lands will bo made by said applicant JOHN \V. DUDLKY, Register. It la hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published (or the full period of sixty-one days In the skagway Alaskan, a dally uew*pa per, published at Skagway. Alaska, which I hereby designate lo be the uewspaper publish ed nearest the land doner I bed. JOHN W. DUDI.EY. Register. Kir> I publication Aug. .'7th. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the United States Commissioner ami ex-Oftlcio Justice of the Peace Court for Alaska, .Skagway: 1 'resented in Probate. In re guardianship of t'other J. An derson Petition having been filed herein by Anna M. Anderson, guardian of said minor Ksther J. Anderson, for license to sell the Interest of said minor in aod to lot No. 4, in block No. 109, of the town of Juneau, Alaska, the next of kin of said BMlMr J. Anderson, and all |*ersons interest ed In said minor's estate are hereby directed to ap|M-iir liefore me at ray court room at the court house in the town of Skagway, at twoo'clook p. in., ' on the twenty-eighth day of September, 1 A. D. 1903, then and there to show ] cause why a license should not be I granted for the sale o' said estate. It is directed that this order to show | cauae shall be published for three con- , I secutlve weeks in the Daily Alaskan a I newspaper circulating in the District | of Alaslca. Dated at Skagway, Alaska, August 28th, A. D. 190;t, J. J. ltoGKRS, Probate Judge It. VV. Jennings attorney of Petition ers. Date of tint publication, September 1. For Sal*. Old P*??n Old papers 25c bundle at this office tf If you want to gain eutrance Into the homes of the buying class, place your] advertisment In tho Daily Alaskan. Th* Dally Alukss haa r*o*lr*4 aa aaaortiaaat of Plat* T*xt, tk* **ry UtMt typ. f*r .ooUty printing. It la tk* (uklaa. i| Case & Draper ij 0 O Photographers !! and Photo Supplies II ? ? < ? J | A Complete Line of J \ i H igh-orade Stationery j I ! I Just Received < i 1 > Broadway, Between 4th and 5th < > I A Fine Line of x Key West Cigars | Just Received t Tony Dortero * KEMEMBER THE NUMBER. HINT'S STEREOSCOPIC 1 VIEWS I Ol Alufwtjr ?ucl Al??kn Scencrjr fror.i i mailt with Che t>c?t I > (elm t .elite*, ?r? i ' ?? 01*1 SALE ?, SKAOWAY NEWS CO. ' I PIONEER CIGAR STORE GO to I. J. BROEMSER For Anything in the SECOND-HAND LINE From a Needio to An Anchor Fourth Ave. near Broadway R.W.JENNINGS, Attorneyat-Law Office:? Room 7, Railroad Building j Letter E. Klrkpntrtck John O. Trice j Klrkpatrlck & Price Attorneys-*t-Law 430-32 Lumber Exchange, Seattle, Wu Pioneer Jewelry Store, BROADWAY Experienced Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jeweler, Uklllful and protnpt- repairing In all brancn.r of the t ade. Select stock of jewelry and optical good* Designer and manufacturer r>( (octet? badge*, prl*? medal* and cup*. Nugget Jewelry H. D. KIRMSE, Prop. Official Watch Inspector W. P. & Y. Ry.. NORTHWESTERN Smelting & Refining Co. BUYEU8 OF GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES. MATTES, BULLION, FURNACE and CYANIDE PRODUCTS. ??llUaeali Mad* WHbln t'lva Days After Krcrlpt of Or* LOCATION OK WORKS: Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. C. The Independent Steamer^# Whitehorse for Dawson, The Casca is the most comfortable, beat equipped and fastest boat on the Whltehorse-Itawsoh run. Parties purchasing tickets from us will be protected on the through rate. W. A. RANNIK, Maoa.cr. J. C. PHItLPS, A (ft., Office In Whitehorse Hote\ Whitehorse, Y.T. u b ARE NOW IN They are strictly new goods, design- ? * ed tor this coming fall and winter, con- ? ? sisting c ; a rpl^r did selection of domes* ? ' tic and fc reign .voolensol all descript-  ions and first-class both in quality and J) design. Your patronage is cordially solicited. J F.WollandJ Merchant Tailor X Corner State Street and Fifth Avenue If Telephone No. 76 FOOLA GOOD JUDGE ' He Knowj" That It'j Beer SEATTLE BREWING 2, MALTING CO. SEATTLE, WASH. U.S.A. Go to the Daily Alaskan for job printing.