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JOHN W. TROT, EDITOR (OWN A JENSEN, ? ? PCBLISHRRS Telethon# No. If. ?UB?CRIPTION RATH OM wMk. <S?llT#r?d by earrler ymm aoatfc. Vr mall ;im monU* by mall m month*, by man OM T?T. by man GOOD SIGNS There are many things that would in dicate the da; to be not distantly in the future when the United States will be read; to adopt a tariff polio; that will faster rather than impede foreign trade. From one end of the country to the other the newspaper* are urging congress to action on the tariff ques tion. and particularly do the; ask for reciprocity with Canada. The papers which are taking this stand do not be long only to the free trade party either. The Chicago Tribune, the Detroit Tri bune, the St Paul Pioneer-Press, the Portland Oregon i an and other large re publican and independent journals, that are published near the international line, are almost daily advancing Irre futable arguments in favor of the aboli tion of many of the old barbaric restric tions to trade and progress. In an editorial, in which republican defeat is predicted if that party does not make some effort to remove the thongs that are binding American com merce hand and foot, the St. Paul Pio neer-Press, Minnesota's leading repub lican paper, says: '"The extortions of the meat trust, the paper trust, and of the score or more other 'oad' trusts, have been so fullv exposed that a failure by congress to withdraw whatever support these have in the tariff may be taken by the people as a dereliction in duty; as stamping with insincerity the pro nouncements of repub ican platforms against trust domination and as weak ened the whole argument for protec tion. The protection sentiment of the country is strong, but it is not strong enough to support monstrous abuses of the ordinarily beneficent protective principle. "Reciprocity with Canada, too? a thing which the stand-patters would deny along with all the legislation touching in any way the fetich of the Dingley tariff is something wh ch has commended itself so strongly to popular - especially in the states along the bor der from Ma'ne to Washington? that it is apt to have no little influence on the vote of the congressmen." .. .? .. LB _ in .. M The Seattle Post-Intelligencer an the Valdez chamber of commerce are quarreling. The latter claims that the Seattle paper is opposing their wagon road to Eagle in the interest of the Alaska v entral railway. The Post-Intel ligencer Uenies.that the charge is true, and retorts by calling the members of the Valdez chamber of commerce a lot of sillie*. In ruling oo a demurrer, which questioned the decision of the surro gate court in the Bencett will case, the judge of the superior court intimated that \V. J. Brvan would win out if he would contest for the *50,000 be queathed to himself by the famous "sealed letter." The boom of Gen Miles for the dem ocratic presidential nomination has been heard from again. It was in Iowa. Furnished Room Nicely furnUhtd rooms by the day, week or month. Corner Fifth Avenue and State Street. Fashion plates for spring and sum mer has jus: been received. F- Wolland. Baths at tbe Portland Lodging House, 2So; new porcelain tub. 10 3 Into Bu!dom Property to Go Cheap On March 1 the property of Mrs. Chisbolm. on Sixth avenue, between State and Main streets, will be rallied. Chances are $2 each. A gool oppor tunity for some one to get a choice bus inesa lot cheap. 2 4 tf Earl & Wilson's collars and cuffs at Conway's F~ R. People* is showing a fine new line of picture moulding. Send your pictures there for framing, cost_a mere triffl*. , Barley's Views at your own price at the Skagway News Company. SHIP ORE Princess May Will Take Cargo A shipment of about 250 tons of ore will go south on the Princess May, which is scheduled to sail Saturday. It will be from the copper properties of J. P Whitney and others ot Whitehorse. The ore will be smelted in Hritish Columbia. Miner Loaf* Lift Guilder Smith was killed by the ac cidental discharge of a gun while alone on the trail near .Vary's Igloo, in the Nome country. He was traveling with a dog team when the accident occured. The body was recovered some few days afterward by his brother. The deceas ed was a former Klondiker, a native of Sweden. Coming la Jans The Seattle papers give June as the date when the Third Infantry will re lieve the Eighth in Alaska That con firms the news as it appeared in the Daily Alaskan about two weeks ago. AUthalPanthcon The Pantheon has just received a large consignment of Hermitage whis kies, rye and bourbon. This is the fin est brand of whisky ever brought to Skagway. Try it. tf 1'moii Oystar C ektalla The Pack Train saloon is now serv ing Elmer Chamberlaia's famous oyster cocktails. tf "ITHIJCATIOJI of notice In the United States Commissioners Court for the District of Alasfca, at Skagway, in probate. In tLe estate of E, P. Needham, de ceased. Notice is hereby given to all to whom L .may concern, that the undersigned has been appointed administruKw o thy estate of the above name i decedent, E. P. Needham. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby required to pre sent them with the oroper vouchers within six month9 from this date 10 me at my office in the raln-ad building io tfte town Ot Skagway, Alaska. Dated at Skagway, Alaska, this 4th day of January, 1904. E. A. MURPHY, Administrator, First publication Jan. 5. SUMMONS f OR PUBLICATION No. 2a> In the United State? District Court, for the IMsrr ct of Alaska, Division No. 1 Nellie IS. Mix, complainant. \s. s, Wallacc Mix defecdaut. To S. ? allace Mix. defended; Greeting: In tb< name oi the UnitsJ Stales oi America Yt u aie hereby commanded to be au i appear in fie above entitled court, balden at Skagway iu Mid division of said district aud answer the ct m plaint tiled aga rst you In the above en titled action within thirty days from the date uf the service of tnis Muamuns and a copy of me said complaint upon you. and if you fall so to appear and answer, lor want thereof tht i Iain till will apply to the court lor the relief de mandtd in said complaint, a copy of which i served herewith. This action Is brought for the disoluUon of the bonds of matrimony now existiug bctweer. piaintitf and defendant. The ground alleged is for habitual drunken oess for more thnn three years last passed. The service of this summons was directed to be made by publication for six weeks lu the Pally Alaskan, at Sksgway Alaska, by order oi the court dated February 16, iW'i. The urst publication to be made the .ttth day of Febru ary, Andvou, the United States Marshal of Div ision No. 1. of the District of Alaska, or au} >'pu:y, are hereby required to make service of this kumtuoDs upon the >aid deienlant as by law required and you will make due return hereof to the clerk of the couri wiihin fort] day* from the date of delivery to you with un endorsement hereon of your doings in the prem ises. In witness whereof I have hereto vet my ham and affixed the seai of the above court this 'J M day of February, 15A>*. (SEAL) W I. Hills. Clerk. By M H McLellan. Deputy. I. S. Wileoxen, Complainants Attorney. Suits 935.00 and pants $10 00 at F. Wolland, merchant tailor. flake a Note of it! That the Great Northern Railway Runs two trains from Seattle every dav connecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis with all Fast Trains for Chicago, St. Louis and all points east and south. Short Route Fast Trains New Equipment S. G. Yerkes, G. W. P. A. C. W. Meldrum. City Pass. Agt. 612 First Avenue, Seattle Tfomr Hasa Wild M n The arrival of a wild man, captured at Cape i'riuee of Wales, created a greiit sensation at Nome. It is said that he has beard and hair reaching to his waist, and that bis tinker and toe nails are twisted. Around his neck ho had two or three crucifixes. He is sup posed to be a notable Hussian convict who escaped years ago. He was held in the city jail, where he had been attracting crowds of visitors. Telephone Linn Cnmplattd The telt phone line from Nome to Chignik has been completed. Get prices at Royal Laundry for 'amiiy work, special rates in rough Irv. uext to new electric plant. I cannot teii u tie, we must make a little profit. Ciavsoo Co. Barley's Views at your own price at the Skagway News Company. Fur coats at Clavson's. To Bullion Creek Miners ' WE PAV NO DUTV If you find that Duty, Freight und Customs Papers, added to Skagway prices makes your supplies cost too much. Come on to Whitehorse and outfit at the Arctic Trading Co. We also carry a full assortment of all kinds of TENTS Capt. P. Martin, Manager. Front Street, Whitehorse, Y. T. We buy our goods direct from Van couver, and pay no duty. ? mm & mclean ? General Blacksmiths SIS Of 111 KINDS and sizes at very reasonable prices Horse Blankets, Dog Harness and Whips Harness Shop in Connection !?W?WA%ViW.V.ViWSfflWi - ?Pci!leti House? S Foot of Sixth Ave. f |Wost Elegantly Furnished;: HOUSE IN ALASKA ? t Electric Lights, Tele phone, Hot ij * aud C-old Water, I'oreelain ?. Bath Tubs and Patent Clvset* on Each Floor. Board or Hmm v Day, Week or Month. Bates Kuasonab'e. ?* MRS H. S. PULLEN, Prop. .] W.VAWV.V.VVASW S*%?* AT THE j. "Toterr?" | Hot Tomato Bullion I Hot Beef Tea | Hot Claim Bullion j Hot Chicken Broth f. Pop Corn Jim's Fam | ous Oyster Cocktail 3; lames FiUpatrtck. Mgr. Goto T.J. BR0EMSER| For Anything in the SECOND-HAND LIKE From a Needle to An Anchor | Fourth Ave. near Broadway HUNT'S STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Of 8ki*|fway and Alir fcn Sccnory from liefmllvw ma?1e with the bot Ceira Lcusea, arv 0\ SALE ? SKAGWAY NEWS CO. PIONEER CIGAR STORE - '.* ' ? s: MARTIN CONWAY Dry ??site -itr'. m?v- -t - v ^ mn A r t i s t i c Job P rinti n y Neatly, Quickly and Cheaply Done at the Daily Alaskan Office mew FURS! ? Men's Fur Coats From $7.00 to $100,00 ? | Fur Robes, 7x8, 161b. coyote - 20.00 j 20 doz. Ordinary Fur Caps, cheap G-enuine Seal Caps, $7-00 f Ladies Fur Coats from $20- 00 to $90.00 > Fur Collarettes and Boas at Cost *"? * 5 1 Highest Price Paid b'or Paw Fur ? j ( C. R. Winter, Furrier 2 Broadway, Between 3d and 4th Skagway, Alaska W.VVVi^VfflSSiWa SSWSSSWW SSR?K8?8nS8S?MMN8!& .*.V< ! MOORES WHARF CO. Terminus W. P. & Y. Route All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart FromThft Or-k REGULATIONS 1902 * Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a.*m. to 5p.m. Perishable* ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. ^ * Ail freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a j shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 5. customs 1 otllce) and must be delivered before 5 p m. No freight will l>e r-' J ' ceived on wharf aftrr this hour. ? J . BAGGAGE? Tolls will be oolleoted on Checked Baggage Oni.t. No ? charge for bag-, and grips when unchecked. ; The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer is oearing c dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked, * * Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. 1 I P. O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. jj F. Wolland, MERCHANT TAILOR Suits. - - $35.00 Pants, - - 10-00 Corner Stato Street and Fifth Ayenur Telephone No. 76 . L ? Pure Beer is a perfect food. . The public should Le^ e of cheap and poor beers and Insist on he. ; the Pure Genuine Article. Rainier Beer represents the standard of highest puriiy. .There is nothing superior to be found. SEATTLE BREWING (k MALTING CO. 'rainier 30 + SEATTLE .WASH.