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Everest sells aTliteds of grooeria* at prices. Flour $6 per barrel New York & Alaska Trading Co. 7*5tf The Spencer Atkinson Co* has the roost complete stock of groceries in the city. And sell at wholesale and retail. Wvnn Johnson left Skaguay on a brief visit to Victoria today. FOR THE TRAIL.? Compressed hay. loo lb. bales, at Lilly Bros. 6-27f The atmosphere was clearer this after noon?much clearer. The same phenom enon will be observable after the next steamer leaves. FOR RENT? Fine office rooms on Broad way. Rossa & Walker Mondamin Hotel. For chairs and Furniture of all kinds go t.> Peoples. His goods are the best and his prices the lowest in the city. Broad way above Shoup avenue. 6-7tf Commissioner Sehlbrede left for Dvea today after the Tartar sailed, but will re turn this evening. Peoples carries the finest line of win dow shades in the city. 6-7tf Everest sells rubber garden hose* Th.it business is pickirg up at the post itlce is shown by the fact that the sale of stamps vesterdav amounted to 557.52, and the receipts from boxes $15. The Kookerv lies tau rant Broadway I ? t I and Mo Kinney St.Icn Cream. Geor.;o A. Brackett of the wagon roaJ md M . < i' ives president of the railroad, went down on the Tartar. FOR SALE? 2 store ouilding and lot on v.? Rossa & Walker Mondamin Hotel. New and elegant designs in carpets at Peoples. s*7tf 7 L)r. Newell, Dr. Brooks and B. F. Miller ?t sail nSundavfrom Lake Bennett for Daw- n, in a large scow they purchased a their a rival there the previous day. Best beer in town at the Tivoli, on B-ioadway. Strassner and Geisler, pro prietors. Deutsche Haus. Corner Lot with boarded tent, bunks, vooking utencils, etc., can be bonght for a <?>ng .is owner h;is to go inside. Rossa & A'alker Mondamin Hotel. Fn-sti ranch ejj^s always on hand at ittle *tar. Sa^or A Riley cipar manufacturers. Whol-snlo orders a specialty. Broad way am I First Avenue. Everest *e!ls John B. Stetson hats. Freight packed to Lake Bennett at low est r ?? H ?ve some good business open iig> . J -operty for sale and rent In all parts o Skiguay. Rossa & Walker. St> I > *?r*t class stock of drugs at \. K. ii- '11*. O ' \ \YED.? If vou have any spe , 'n- - ? i iesire assayed, call on Rossa .V W Mondamin Hotel Fur. >rlni; Miner ? Kprclnl rnlf hy >r 'Ion III in t >i mtty Con sul ir ? *k t!ir n-lvfr of the , Wnii V s?"? for Knlr. Mi- ?>!; w. correspondent for the Lon Jon :? arrived this morning on the Tart ;r. She left London June 22nd and came " 1 Jit through with the mail. Af- j terrr- few hours Miss Shaw will <tart 4 ?< -mi via the Skaguay trail. VV v our freight to Lake Rennett aid ! v s at lowest rates. Quick and vife - guaranteed. Rossa & Walker. Join U. Smith and family went below on the C "age City Sunday. Perhaps Joh:. U. k"-w when his abscence would be m st aporeciated in Skaguay and Dyea. The nrst locomotive for Skaguay's new railr 1 iias been shipped on the bark Shir ley, which is now due here. If you have a mining claim to sell, see us. Rossa & Walker, Mondamin Hotel. Best ice cream is at parlors on State street. George Dixon, the colored champion, was defeated at New York on July ist, in a twenty-five round contest, by Ben Jor dan of England. The New York & Alaska Trading Co. are selling flour at S6 per barrel. 7*5tf Tl>e Spencer Atkinson Co. is located on the north side of liond St. near Broadway. VValtrr Towfisend who has been spend ing the past two weeks in Skaguay re turned to Victoria on the Tartar today. Everest sells snsh and doors at cut prices. If vou have property to sell, buy or rent see Rossa & Walker, Mondamin hotel. Remember that Sager and Riley man ifacture the best cigars in town for the .noney. Resteurant doing one of the best busi ness in the city for sale. Rosaa & Walker Mondamin Hotel. Ice Cold Lemonade at the ijittle Star. Broadway between riond and McKinney. Fok Salk: One elegant piano in quire at this office. Lot For sale.? Lot 4, Bik. 106, 50 by 100. on 18th St., between Broadway and State. Inquire of Dr. Lepper, corner Kaiser and Maine. Parties gcing inside, and n*i?* *11. r SKflOOfl Y'S FIRST SHIPMENT OF THE U|4WEliCOmE. / \ Ten of Those Suspected of Disorderly Conduct Sent To Victoria. flliU HAD THEIR PORTRAITS TflKEfl. n Qp?tt Cfoctid to S?? Tbim oft But flo Bouquets, T?ar* ov OthaP OtiMUtMiUon. The first shipment of suspicious charac ters that have been under arrest for two or three days was made this afternoon on the Tartar. There was an Immense crowd to see them off, but there was no jeering to speak of, or levity or unseemly conduct whatever. This demonstrates that all the citizens of every class are regarding the situation very seriously. This was the only crowd that had as sembled on the streets since the meeting in front of the city hall. The citizens then assembled gave full power to a com mittee to act and seemed to rest in confid ence in the result. Business was resumed and quietness once more prevailed. The streets were practically deserted at a com paratively .early hour, and remained so all night and up to noon today. Meanwhile, the committee had been hard at work examining the men arrested and | taking the evidence of witnesses. Wheth er they succeeded in ferreting out the stol- , en gold dust, the members refuse t)de vulge, but it is believed they have or that ? they have its equivalent in money. One j of them said: "Stewart will be no loser, and from now on nobody wiil have ; his money stolen in Skaguay." The committee is not vet ready to report j and may not be until tomorrow or next day, a? they are carefully following up i every clue they can gain. But they decid ed this morning that it was advisable to ship some of those examined again>t whom there was not enough evidence to secure their conviction. The citizens expected that a shipment i would be made as soon as the first steamer came in, and when the hour for the Tar tar to leave drew near thev began to gaJier about the Burkhardt Hotel. About two o'clock the sidewalk was cleared and ! ten prisoners were marched down the ! stairs, each accompanied by an armed j guard, and in this order they marched to j Moore's wharf. They were received in i absolute silence, not a cheer or a jeer. : J. Allen Hornsby had the honor of leading ! this unique procession of men to be extra dited, then came W. F. Saportas, Nate 1 Pollock, C. S. Hussey, Bradley O'Brien, Charles Bromberg, J. Swain, J. Leary, ! Frank Brown, and Henry Smith. On reaching the wharf entrance the \ crowd was held back, onlv the prisoners, the guards and the committee being pre- | mitted to pass. This was to avoid any chance -of an attempt to rescue.: In front of the warehouse the prisoners were arranged in line and made to face the un blinking eye of Mr. Case's camera. Thev were taken twice and each time had to take off their hats and "look pleasant," Only one, Nate Pollock, tried to distort his face so that the camera would gi v a wrong impression. Then they were marched into the ticket office and Mr. Baker made out their passage checks, and they were taken on board. At the gangplank stood Commissioner Sehlbrede. He first asked each man his name and then if he was leaving on his own consent and free will. The replies made were various. Nearly all of them expressed a disinclination to- go but pre ferred to do so rather than return and face the music. Hoinsby made a long argu ment to Commissioner Sehlbrede against his being forced away and the Commis sioner could only say that Mr. Homsbv had his choice of leaving or not. "Would you prefer to return and take your trial ?" asked the Commissioner. To this Hornsby made no direct reply, but when he reached the gangplank and the formal question as to whether he went of his own consent was put he answered "Yes." Nate Pollock gave his name as W. V. Jennings, and said "No, I don't want to go but I have to." BraJTfcy O'Brien first said "No, I do not consent." On the question being reput the answer was "Yes I do want to go." Charles Broinberg said: "Yes, I cannot do otherwise." - J. Swain said, "Yes, I am under com pulsion." He was told that answer would not do. He could return and stand trial if he choose. "Yes, I am going," was the reply. Faank Brown said, "Yes, and I want to say that Captain Tanner is a perfect gen tlemen." "No bouquets, please," inter rupted deputy marshal Tanner. By this time the wharf was crowded, yet as the Tartar pulled out there was no demonstration. As soon as the committee returned it went to work again sifting new evidence. There are all sorts of rumors about town, many of them very absurd, but the citi zens must wait in patience for the com mittee to complete its work, when its re port in full will be given in the DAfLY ALASKAN. A I. ASK A HOI'IDAKY IHM'ITK. Thr Sclfclrd to Itr prcwi'ii I C li?> llritiah t?ov? rriimrnt. The selection of Baron Herschel by the British government as one of the represen tatives of Great Britain on the forthcom ing international commission is an indica tion of the importance which the imperial authorities evidently attach to the con vention soon to meet at Quebec. Lord Herschel I is one of the eldest members of the British house of lords, a former lord chancellor and a renowned jurist. The conference promises to be fraught with consequences of great moment- The pro tocols agreed upon show that the commis sion is authorized to consider the follow- | ing subjects, embracing practically all those at which the United States and Canada have been at variance for years. The Bering sea question; reciprocal mining regulations; the Canada-Alaska boundary dispute; restrictive regulations for preserving the fisheries of the great lakes; the north Atlantic fisheries ques tion and the bonding question connected ! therewith; the aien labor law, and recipro- ( city of trade. It seems likelv that there will be five | commissioners on each side. Great Bri tain will be represented, in addition to ; Baron Herschell, by Sir Julian Paunce forte, Sir Wilifried Laurier, Sir Richard Cartwright and Sir Louis Davies. As it is deemed advisable not to meet while congress is in session it is probable, now, that the conference will not organize unti August. ^ Ftirrmh up your homes aud be com- j fortable with folding beds, springs and mattrasses, rockers, stands, chenille portiers, lace curtains, carpets, matting, j linoleum, dining chairs, tables, lamps, | clocks, cook stoves, etc. at the Du Hois j furniture company, the house furnish ers, Broadway, next to the Mondamin Hotel, cor. Holly Street. The Canadian Pacific steamers "Tar tar" or ' Athenian" arrive every Mon day night and sail Tuesday forenoons. For tickets and accommodations apply to Canadian Pacific Ry. office 314 Broadway. F. J. Baker, agent. FOR SALE? Story and half building and lot on Broadway .(renting for $100 per month) at an extraordinary low figure. Rossa &Walker Mondamin Hotel. Everest sells ham, bacon and lard. M. L. Sherpv proprietor of the Skag uay News, accompanied by his daughter Blanche left, for the Sound on the Cottage ' City 'ist $undav. bullet* lo W*lrr Consumer*. All parties making water connections be tween now and August ist will be given a rebate of thirty per cent. A. JACKSON, Manager. llel<l Huch llanicr. Frank Keid was this afternoon resting much easier. Last evening there was slight peritonitis and his breathing became labored, but this morning found him much relieved and the symptoms of peritonitis gone. I'AKU Of THANKS. To the Rev. J. A. Sinclair, Rev. Dr. Campbel, IMr. Jennings, |Mr. Young and the citizens of Skaguay : On behalf of my wife and myself, I wish to express my deep gratitude for the great kindness and sympathy shown us in our late trouble. J. LEIGH ROWLEY. Special Notice. , Barge No. 4, of Dr. Cleveland's Yukon fleet will leave Lake Bennett for Dawson on or about July 12th. As this trip will be under Dr. Cleveland's personal supervi sion, parties desiring passage and transpor tation are assured of safety and conveni ence. For further particulars inquire at Barge No. 4, La?e Bennett. 7-2t For Stationery call on N. K. Wilson Druggist. Holly Ave. near State St. Alaska Meat Market LAUMEISTER BRCK Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS. . Hotels, Families and Ships Supplied All kinds of Vegetables and Fresh Meats and Sausages Delivered Free of Charge. Holly Street, liet. Broadway & Hunalls " Morning Oregonian Cigar Store. . . . F. M. LUCAVICH. Cigars. Tobaccos, Fruits Nuts and Candy. Ag?nt Oregonian ? Skaguay and Dyea. Fxpress Night or Day. Bid* Wanted. Bids wanted for excavating trench thra feet deep from terminus of line of watei p Ipe on Main street to Skagway Brewer} Company on Main street, between nth and 12th, at which place please call foi further information. G. S. Churchward & Co. have jusl received a line of fancy groceries. 7-12-tl Don't forget Sager and Riley the pioneer cigar manufacturers. JOS. PALMER, : : Pioneer Shoemaker, : : Repairing Neatly Done. Mnln street and Trail. Bkaguay. CONSTANTiNE BLOCH. I >IC NTTHT. ?9th Avenue, Near Main St. Offico Hours? 9 to 12 n. in. and 1 to 5 p. m Sundays (Tom 10 to 12. QliBoia Furniture |7o. For new and second hand Furniture. We buy any thing. Broadway, Next to the Mondamin Hotel. JOHNSON & BROOMFIELD. Contractors, Builders and General Jobbing. Pl.ms and Specifications Furnished. 212 Bond St. east of Broadway. E. R. PEOPLES, Undertaker. and Embalmer, Special attention gtven to bodies for shipment. Broadway, above >houp Avenue. Bowling Alley. When yon want a little ex ercise or are looking for a little sport, remember that Skaguay has a bowling alley. A very popular amusement. HOLLY AVENUE, NEAR MAIN ST. THE White Navy. FINEST WINES & LIQUORS. Corner of Broadway & Bond. G. A. Anderson. ? Dealers, in ? HARDWARE, TKNTS, CANVA , SADDLERY. ETP. 5? in. Sell ill I <11 & Co. Finest of Liquors and Cigars All Kinds of Lnnches and Sandwichse. Bc?r on Draught ioc. Holly Stree^ Next door lo Ucrninn Bakrrf. (ollo55eU7v\. "The Grotto," J. HENRY FOSTER, Proprietor. Furnished rooms up stairs Sixth Avenue, between Broadway andState Ttje Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, This Railway Co. Operates its trains on the famous block system ; Lights its trains by electricity through out ; Uses the celebrated electric berth reading lamp ; Runs splendidly equipped passenger trains every day and night between St. Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago; the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Also operates steam-heated vestibuled trains, carrying the latest privat< compartment cars, library buffet smok ing cars, and palace drawing room sleepers. Parlor cars, free reclining chair cars and the very best dining car service. For lowest rates to any point in the United States or Canada, apply tc ticket agent, or address C. J. EDDY THE PEOPLE HIKE WHTM PS.' ?UR Success in Business has proven it. The reasons for fame are very simple. Honeat and Upright dealing with our customers, Giving tbam the beat Goods for the least money. The summer season is pretty well advanced. It is our aim to close out the balance of our summer goods and therefore inaugurate a clearance of light goods such as must go before the season is over. Figured Organdies 30 and 35c Clearance Price 2oc| O Pretty Percale Designs 10 and i2#| Clearance Price 8c| O Fancy Illuminated Lining 20c Clearance Price I2)4cl KAUFMAN BRO Ladies Black Hose, fast color 2$ Clearance Price 16 i-j O Men's Light Merino underwear $t per suit, now f 1.40 Light Percale shirt $1.35 to $1.50 Clearance Price fi. O A Line of Fancy Ties 50 c Clearance Price 25c iS? 19 Broadway. A First-Class Hotel. fiS?K _ i r? Kates Reasonable. o to ? * ? 3 2 o t ? ,? I ?I Sf 0 CQ ? o 01 r t 9 3 6?^?^?^ r? n nl i 2 S ? ^ CD, fs o'5 s: o a? Bond Street, between Main and State. Thos. Whltten, Manager. The Pack Train Saloon, SKAGUAY. ALASKA. FINEST LIQUORS, CIGARS AND MIXED DRINKS. The PACK TRAIN INN, Lake Bennett. CAFE AND LODGING. FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAR GO TO Burkhard's It is a Little Early ?^to talk about the flillionsof Nuggets that will come out of the Yukon this year, but it is just the season to buy a Summer Suit at Reduced Rates Before the Next Rush Comes*. Call and See the Beauties at ( Burkhards. Cm Brewery CHAS. A. SAAKE, Proprietor. Manufacturers of STEAH and LAGER BEER Made of the Purest and Best Hops and Malt. BEST BOTTLED BEER MADE IN ALASKA. Special attention given to FAMILY TRADE Main street, between Holly and Slioup. - - - Hcaguayt Alaska. | p pFFPO The Packer. 1 000000000000 FROM SKAGUAY TO LAKE* BENNETT. IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE * TIME. Offlcc 22 Bond 81. Stable* on Trail near Bridge. Stop at the White Paw Hotel tor a good Meal. I CHURCH & STEPP. MANUFACTURERS OF Woven Wire and Top Mattrasses. Factory Hobarl and Broadway Streets.