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T<* energetic contest that has been maintained between the Reds and the Blues by the Interesting generals and lieu tenants of each army was brought to a close I ?st night. The respective generals will turn in all the names recorded and submit them to the committee of judges, who will decide the matter at 8:jo this even'ng in the Y. M. C. A. building. Men and women interested in the matter are invited to attend and help make the occasion livelv and interesting. VV ?nted ? Situation bv young woman, work in family preferred. Address E. M . ; care this office. . To the Ladies of Skagway and adjacent communities. Greeting? a New people bring vou new <00 4^ to serve you in everv whim and nei ^Jkv in what pertains to vour rxclusiAe appar el. We have been in the midst of the] rush in nearly even* town and during our | experience we have w*ll learned of voui everv requirement. Our policv wi.l be to I economize * ith vou, to be fair in price and ' Quality and satisfy everv demand. Respectful I v, THE: FAKRELL CO. North door Moore block nearly opposite I P.O. The steamer City of Topeka is still laid off from service on account of her defective boilers. The inspectors refuse to approve them. Lime, cement, and P & B roofing paper at Fasel'son Broadway. Heavy shoes: reduced prices at Burk hard's. io-z8-tf. 1 5c lunches and 25c meals at \\ ienev's The sailing date of the Laur; da from Seattle was postponed to the uLi, and it | is said that it is extremely doubtful if she | got away then. Don't buy your holiday goods until vou have looked In the windows cf the Tr^iyig Co. The largest and finest stock of shoes in | Skagway at Clay son's. Ed Lopez has volunteered his services and that of his talented orchestra of the Bowery Theatre for the hose ..ompanv ben efit tonight. Exceptionally the tinest stock of cigars in the city at L). Goldberg s. 12-24U SUPPORT HoMfc INDUSTRY. The Pio neer cigar factory of Skagway, wholesale I cigars and smokers' supplies. John D <e is in trouble again. This time j he is charged with stealing a spar which formerly belonged to the bark Canada and chopping it up for wood. FOR SALE.? A pair of ladies nickel plated 8 iniey and Bessy skates. Enquire | at this office. Large stock of pillow sat Peoples' for 5c j cents ra:h and up. It is a curiousthing how arumci grows. The rumor got started in some old way that Vinings is the best place to get vour Atlin outfit. Doors, windows and window glass, ! Gomberlin coal at Allen Bros. Albums make beautiful Christmas gifts j You ?.an get them cheap at tr.e ( Klondik Trading Co. If vou think Skagway is not up-to-date just takea look in Clivson's window and t on will see a display of boots shoes and clothing not excelled in any city on the 1 C? L . Pianos at the Golden North. IIC Comforts, blankets and matrasses at Peoples. Addison & Evans are putting on a new front to their building which was recently partly destroyed in the Ro\frl Theatre fire. Air tight coal heaters, Yukon and cast cjok stoves at Allen- Bros. * Charles E. Ulmi representing the firm of Frye-Brtffcn Company of Seattle, is in town in the interest of his house. Mr. Ulm left Seattle on the Cottage City's last trip, but got off at Juneau. Hot cakes and coffee at the Dewey toe. Everest_sells stoves. Thomas Blauvell, recently of the Olvm pia Hardware Company of Olympia, Washj^ has taken charge of Vining's Branch hardware store on Broadway, near Hollv street. Mr. Blauvclt is an experi enced hardware man and will make busi ness hum. He intends to make Skagway his home and will soon send for his family. Miller House, formerly Cosmopolitan Si per Jav. Best 25c meal in to wn. Peter Miller. i-?-imo The only one price store, Ciavson & Co, 4th avenue and bt.ite. Satisfaction guar anteed or monev refunded. J. S. Giaham, the well-known merchant of Settle, whose large store of fashionable millinery and other ladies' goods is known all (A er the Pacific coast, arrived on the Citv of Seattle yesterday and is looking over the field with a view to opening a branch store in Skagway for the sale of ladies' ready-made suits, millineries of all kinds and ladies' underwear. Mr. Graham likes the business appearance of the town and will return to Seattle in a few days. Down Pillows at peoples. Allen Brothers have the most complete stock of hardware in town. I'li^ncw and enlarged front with hand some plate glass windows of H A. Bauer's store on Hollv street is attracting general attention, and Mr. Metcalf, who is in charge, is getting ready for a grand open ing with an extra stock of goods valued at nearly 520.000 brought over from their Dvea store. The store has been materially enlarged, nearly one-third, with new fixt ures, shelving and counters, and the whole given a fresh coat of paint and varnish. The store is brilliantly lighted at night by six^t the new gasoline lamps. A t Hit nimiiK t'litiiua. The Public Supply Co. of the Kelly block have for sale and are buying1 a large number of first-class properties misdis- I trict. They are now conducting ^enefal mining bureau and parties desiring a quick sale would do well to list their claims with this house. Blankets, quilts, etc., at Clayson's 4th and State. 1 ou m:vr. IP. IklNIMi ROOM in Occidental Hotel; fu|ni?hed I ' complete. doing gtHsl business; ,a map for the right party. HKST BOOMS In It* cltv; turnished or unfurnished. AI\o K'MiJ tenmients .inJ cabins fur rent by the Klondike Trading 1.0. , ton SAI.K. IV ILL RENT or v II? A nice five room cottage. '* corner island Main. Apply this office 1 'LINTON Restaurant, complete, doing good busl " new I'lll > l? ? |)ESnfcuM in the cif>' to secure comfortable room i? .it reasonable prices, snoup Avenue Mouse, only one block m?rth of Pack Train Saloon. Tihe ;|g?M?MY GnseumB, Imp Approved by the board of Uuderwritors of the Pacific. November 14, I898 OqIy (^asoliQe k karQP Approved .By Said Board Cheapest Light One hundred Candle Power, Fourteen Hours for four oents. Own your own gas plant, Iiun your own meter. A complete gas plant within the lamp. Portable: hang it anywhere. Maximum Light it Minnimum cost. THK ECONOMY GAS LAMP it* the bost and Most economical gas lamp ever offered. No wicks to trim or smoked chimneys to clean. A Pure, white and absolutely steady ncandescent light, from one-seventh to one thirtieth the cost of *1 other lights. ja^We guarantee Every lamp. R. C- SMITH General Agent. Sltagwav. Alaska. Fint-CIass Agouts Wantad. You riust buy My Goods I will sacrifice ray stock for 30 days. I/have every thing to eat, to wear and to use and must sell it all, My Banking and Loan Business takes all ray time and I have no time to monkey with merchandise. Barrels of Money to Loan. ICEELAR THE MONEY KING Public Benefactor! Look Out for. James Carroll and Co 'r + ? w Wiil Open About Januarv 24 (W'Bond street between Broadway and State Canadian Paeifie Navigation Company, Ltd S.S. Darmbe ar)d Tees Will sail from Skagway for Victoria, I acoma and Seattle on or about the 9th and 20th of each month. Connecting \v:.h C. P. Ry., G. N. and N. P. R. R . -k Corner Broadway and ; Third Avenue fiMBER ^^CHINGLES ?? F T Q T I Lumber 115 M IJ 1 I V Shingles OAO $4 I 1 FoV Lumber and Shlngls j Call at thu THE PACIFIC CLIPPER LINE W. E. TERRILL "acker Forwarder Office over the Skagwav Hardware Company, corner State street near Shoup. I guarantee the safe delivery of your goods, having one of the best trained teams on the run, con sisting of over fifty-five head of fine stock. WEST COAST STEA|W JlflV. COMPANY John Robertn I Master *?. FARALLON Steamer HOMER. Captain Jesaen, Leaves Seattle Deo 8 ? farallon Leaves ?Seattle Dec. IS. Making Trips every 12 days between .Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma, Mary Island, Ketchikan, Saxnian, Fort Wrangel, Douglas Island, uneau, Pyramid Harbor. Haines Mission, Skaguay and Dyea lbert Meyer, Manager, lfi Sacramento St. San Francisco, Cal. J. Q. Carroll, Agent, Schwabacher's Wharf, Seattle^ Was! W. E. Roes, Agent, S. W. & I. Co. Wharf, Skaguay. J. W, Willrce, Agent, Pacific Hotel, Dyei E. Va. en tine, Agent, Juneau. , linnno A|H| other Musical |nstrun,ents U Golden North Hotel W. W. BECK. Pacific Coast S. S. Co. I *nn t'rnnrlam-Puitrl Sound and Alnaka Itoiito The company s steamers are scheduled to arrive and depart as follow Leave San Fraanc'ci Leave Pueet Sound Leave Juneau Leave | Dyea and Due Sidu Skag'y Leave Sitka Lv. Juneau Due Pueot Sound Due Man Francisc Nov 2 7 12 | '7 22 ! 27 2 7 ? 7 22 27 I Dec Jan Nov. 6 " ii " 16 " 21 26 Dec. Jan. Nov ii 15 20 26 30 S 11 15 Dec Jan Nov Dec Jan 13 I 17 21 28 2 6 13 17 21 2Q 2 s 12 Nov 2 ' ? Dec 7 Dec 22 Jan 6 NOV 22 Dfc 7 Dec 22 Jan 6 Nov. 14 " 18 " 23 " 29 Dec 3 " 8 " 14 '? 18 " 2J " 29 Jan 3 :: 7 n Nov 1 8 22 27 1 7 12 18 22 27 2 7 II _IL Dec Jan N D Ja Calling at Mary Island. Ketchikan. Wrangel Jnneau, Douglass Island. Dyea, Skagway, Killisnoo an Sllka. The compan/ reserves the right to change without previous notice sailing dates, hours of sailing and ports ?( call. H. F. Robinson, Alaska Supt., Juneau, Alaska. N. Poston, Agt. u<S jd St, Portland, Or. Ed. D? Groff Agent Sitka, Alaska. J. F. TROWBRIDGE Puget sound Supt.. Seattle. Wash. E. A. Seelev. lien I Solicitor. Skagway, Alaska. F. A. Twickell. Gen'l Agent, Skagway, Alaska GOODALL PERKINS & CO. General Apents San Francisco. Cal ?pfe HmnieiFesiiio Janitors All our work guaranteed the best ? Onlv Perfect fits made Foreign and Domestic goods always in stock. Cleaning and W Repairing ???w jjj BroodwDif Nelson & Sessions, Props Fife - Alaska Co. =" Finest Stock of General Merchundiigc in skagway. Opposite l-'ostottice on State Street. CLOJHiHg? GJ^OCEI^IE5, ? ^ $P?T3 5H?e5 * Outfits for Atlin und Klondike. Specialty made of Fine Millinery 4 New stock just arrived from the fushion houses of the east. ^TTFa - a. Itai ~ (grocery Comer of 12th and State H 11 streets. No old stock. Everything New. Fresh new invoice arriving on every steamer. Twenty tons just received. Special to buyers and all outfitting for the mines. Provisions all kinds, including every variety of dried fruit at low rates George Sexton, Mgr Free Circulating Library and Reading Room for out patrons > 4 ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. OPERATING Steamers Rosalie and Dirigo FOR ALASKAN AND PlIGET SOUND PORTS STEAMERS ,**RIVE AT SKAGUAY MONDAYS AND SAIL TUESDAYS AT 9 A. M. For information regarding Freight and Passenger rates Ay ply to FRANK E. BURNS, ?Agent. 3 JinneMii HE AI^Y, Manter Steamship "City of Olympia" U. S. MAILS Leaves Skagway Moore's Dock. Ltfaves Juneau. Sundays at 2 p. m. Tuesdays at 8 a. m Wednesdays at 8 a. m. Thursdays at 8 a. rK" Fridays at 8 a. m. Saturdays at 2 p. m. Geo. S. Miller, Purser. E. A, Seeley, Agent. Fot* First-Class Liaundry l/tfork Opposite Brannick Hotel. All work guaranteed. Free delivery to all parte of the city.ca Curtains and fancy work a specialty, ive us a trial andjbe Pioneer Jewelry Store. Holly Street. | Experienced Watchmaker ait J Manufacturing Jewele-. 'Skillful and prompt repairing in all branches of the trad r. Select stock of Jewelry and optical goods. All work guaf anteed. H- D. KIRMSE, Prop A Fine Assortment of Klondike Rings Pins Etc. 1 Alaska Pur Mfg ?ompany Dealcrwiin all Kinds of Repairing. Altering and Re-dyeing promptly and Satisfactorily Executed Mounting of Skins a Specialty. Front Street, next to Valentine's Jewelry Store. ?ruftiAu, nussica,