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JOK.I.W.'TROT, EDITOR TOWN * JENSEN, ? - PUBLISHER* SCBSCEIPrioN RATES On* ???*. dsJltwre.1 I r arfler *>-3 On* month. Oy mat I 1 I Tlirw months, bjmi I tlx months. by ma.l 4 S? On* year. by mail s 0# ? AM PILES' ELECTION The election of Samuel H. Piles to the United States senate ' y the Wash ington legislature will cause surprise to those who are not on the ground anil familiar with the incidents of the last few days which have been so decisive In results. The task that has been ac complished by those behind his candi dacv is marvelous. They have hail one of the han'est uphill fights that ever has taken place in Washington pol'tics. They were handicapped in the begin ning by the fact that King county and Seattle had been thoroughly discred lted by the imbecile leadership of the republican party in that county and by the cl<ss of men which were sent by it to the legislature. In the last two senatorial contests the Seattle legislative delegations sold their constituents out before the ses sions were half over, and many of the traitors are on the present delegation. To further complicate matters, there were two other candidates from Seat tle, one of whom, John L. Wilson, had considerable strength outside of tiis own cou ty and had the support of nearly all the leading republican daily papers in the state, including the Post IotellU-encer, his own paper. An agreement had been signed sealed and delivered by Piles and Wilsoi and their friends wherein it was provided that when it should become apparent that Piles could not be elected the vote of Kin county should go to Wilson. Thus the Piles men had admitted their probable defeat before the battle be gun. Against Seattle were the thoroughly organized Pierce county republicans who have dictated the legislation of the stale of Washington since the over throw of the fusion forces in that state. It bad a record behlud it of fulfl leo promises, and consequently the confi dence of the people. It elected .* nkeo\ two years ago and it was na ur.il tha' It should receive his support in return It was Jacked by the Nor horn Pacific and the Oregon Railway 4 Navigation Compa v's ictere-ts. To * n in the face of such a si uation was what Piles' managers set out 10 accomplish, and they succeeded. Piles' greatest strength, of course, was the influence of the Great North am interests. Two years ago that company, under the leadership of J. D. Farrell, exerted its influence to defeat the rai, road commission bill, to which the Kirg county republicans were com mitted, and to defeat Seattle's senator ial candidate. At that time the prom ise was made to the Seattle people that help would be given them to elect * senator at .the next election and San' Piles was agreed upon as the next Seat tle candidate. The Great Northern has made gooi In face of circumstances that made it> undertaking ?eem impossible of accom plishment. It was not supposed the material that had been running the re publican politics of Seattle cou d be or ganized in such a way as to gain success for any save those who were in uolitx^ for what there w s in it. But J. D. Kartell accomplished the apparently impossib e. Great is J. D. Farrell ! The election of Sam Piles and the de feat of John L. Wilson will add much to the prestige of the Seattle Time and detract from that of the ie: ttle Post-Intelligencer. Though not a re publican paper, the Times made the fight for Piles, while the Post-Intelli gencer. of course, suppoited its owner, Wilson. To make matters worse fcr Wilson, Piles was elected by the assist ance of the Sweeny vote and the Spo kane Spoke?mau-I\eview, which has al ways fought Wiison, was the Sweeny mouthpiece. The people of the cit, should not foi - get to take extraordinary precaution against fire. While the municipal water system acd fire apparatus are in excellent condition the best way to pro tect the city from a conflagration is to prevent, fire from starting. R. M. La Follette, the reform gov ernor ot Wisconsin, has been elected to the senate to succeed Senator Quartes At Wkolnala Price* The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either buik or case good* at whoiesalt prices. All the old brands alwavs on hand. 10-1-tf. Electric M<iu|aTru'aiit The Principal Barber Shop has se cured the great Carpenter Vibrator, and is prepared to give ihe best elu trto o>a%sage trratuuut ever lus been devised. They are an absolute cure for headache, rheumatism aou other disorders, improve the circula tion and gwe nervuus strength. We have private rooms for ladies. Princi pal Karber Shop. OeatraetMi Chronic Diarrhoea While iSlkr ^kll'pfllM ????LI t ? ? "While with the U. S. armv In the Philippines, 1 contracted chrxniu diarr hoea. I suffered severely irom thi> terrible disease for over thiee >ear? aod tried the prescriptions of numerous physicians, but found nothing that did me any good until! tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, tiro small bottles of which entirely eured me and I have Since h' d no re turn of the disease."? Herman Stein, 112 N. Union - Ave., Pueblo. Colorado. For sale by Kelly Drug Co. I NOMAS, CLAYSON AND TOWN A1EAD Burt Thoma?, Will Clayton und G. S Town wou thre? straight games from E. K. Pitman, James Rook and W. Hinds in the bowling tournament for the Kern trophy last night and have taken first place in the percentage ta ble of the teams. The totals in last night's games were rather above the average that has beeu maintained thus far in the tournament, though no records were broken, Will Clayson maed the best average tor the three games. The scores were: Team No. 4 ? Games ? 12 3 Thomas 148 177 151 Clayson 171 153 179 Town 180 146 138 499 476 468 Team Mo- 2 12 3 Pitman 171 150 122 Hock 14U 165 14o Hinds 149 141 126 1 466 456 393 Highest score? Town, 180; second, Claison, 179. Highest average? Clay son, 167; Thomas, 158. Standing of tho Totnu Won Lost Per Cent Team No. 4 11 5 688 Team No. 1 10 6 625 Team No. 2. 7 9 444 Team No. 5. 4 7 364 Team No. 3 5 10 333 JOE CLARKE IS SAT I PON According to the recent Dawson dis patches, Joe Clarke has been practically re-d out of the independent Yukon party, which elected Dr. Alfred Thomp son to parliament from the Yukon. His name does not appear among those who have been nominated for the Yukon council and unlese he shall be the par ty nominee in the Whitehorse district he will have to play with the Congdon ltes, organize a party of his own or get out of politics. Since Mr. Clarke bolted tho conven tion on bonanza the leaders ot ais party have refused to give him any consider ation. The independent Y ukon ticket so far a? made up, is as follows: N F. Hagel and Tom O'Brien, for Dawsor: Charles Reid. for Bonanza: George Hlack, of Dawson, for Dominion. BROUGHT TO U'iltT AU?ka PecpU R. ceivicg the Full Beslflt There have been many cases like the following in Alaska. These plain, -t rat ?bt forward statements will do much toward relieving the suffering of housands. Such testimony will be read with interest by many people. P, A. Johnson, carpenter, 4340 South I street, Tacoma, Wash , says: "For a year or so I took different medicines trying to strengthen my kidneys, but my efforts weie unsuccessful and I grew worse instead of better and trouble with the kidney secretions came to be a pos itive annoyance. I need not give mi outt-r particulars and what cured me is of more importance. I got Doan's Kid ney Pills Hnd took a course of the treat ment. I can honestly say I have not felt a pain in my back nor had any an noyance from too frequent action of the kidneys since I stopped the use of this medicine." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo N. Y , sole agents for the U. S. Keuiember the name ? Doan's? and take no substitute. Winter rJcod? at Wolland'a The bad weather will be upon us in a short time and now is an opportune time to order a winter suit or a winter overcoat. We are specially prepared with a tine line of winter suitings, over coats and pants. Leave your order and receive prompt attention. F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor Wantad To exchange linen duster and straw nai for Wellington coal. Must be good, as I handle only the best wood and coal. F. M. Lucavish, Phone 3. Fraak Mut The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf Cnrad Lumbago A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes March 4, 19O3: "Having been troob ed with Lambxgo at different times and had tried < jne physicsn alter another; tb*n differ ?nt oiniments and liniments, g-tve it up ? )to|>ether. So I tried once more, and ;ot ? bottle ot Ballard's Snow Liniment, ? hich ga?e me almost instant relirf. I >4u cheerfully recomend it, mid will idd my name to your list of former suf ferers." 25c, 50c and Jt.oo So d by Kelly Diug Co, Two nicely furnished Cottages fcr rent or gale cheap. Inquire at Skag way laundry. 10-24 ti Railroad Raitaaraat Best meals in town serred from 8 a. m. t i 10 p.m. Tray orders a specialty, 10c. extra. John Williams, Prop. Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tuba at the Portl.indfLod (ing House. Rooms 2"*, 50c, 75c and $1. Fifth avenue, op posite Canadian Bank of Commerce. Oyster cocittaiis, Olympiaor Eastern at the Pack Train restaurant. & ,J88SS8SSmS^WSW.V?.SiWW- | Cbc Churches i fsmwawsss CATHOUC. Early Mass, 8:30 a. m. High Mass, 10:3? a. m. Sunday school, 12 m. Lecture and benediction, 7:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited. Father^5. H. Turnell, S. J. ST. SAVIOUR'S EPISCOPAL. St. Saviour's church, State street and Eighth avenue. Holy communion, 9 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, II a m. Sunday school, 12:15 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p.m. Chas. E. Kice, Priest-in-Charge. PRESBYTERIAN. Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. S unday school, 12:15 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 p. m. Popular service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p. m Morning subject: "Asking From God ?and Getting.'' Evening theme: "The Passover, Its Meaning and Fulfillment." A cordial invitation extended to all. N. H. Harrison, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 12:15 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Junior League, 3:30 p. m. Epworth League, 6:30 p. in. Rev. F. A. LiViolette, of Juneau, will preach both morning and evening. Services will be heldeairh evening next All are cordially welcome. John Parsons, Pastor. SKAGWAY WEATHER The result of the observation taken at Moore wharf at midnight, January 27, 1905, is as follows: Temperature time of observation. ...13 Max. temp, preceding 24 hours 14 Min. "? " " " 3 Mean " " " " 8 Barometer, 30.45. Heavy nortfi wind, clea-. (iaorg* Blaaohtrd at S m Praiotico Mrs. George Blanehard and little daughter Bessie will visit wi'hT. H. Foster and family until Mr. Blanchard returns from a business trip to San V rancisco. ? J uneau Uecord-M iner. Oyster Cocktails served at tha Vienna Bakery, and wholesale at reasonable prices. Free delivery. Phone 35. The Celebrated Yost... TYPEWRITER The machine of beautiful work and coi reel alignment. Easy to Operate and Keep in Order Easy to Pay For The light running Yost is unequalled in lightness of toutch, quietness of ac tion, simplicity and durability. It is recognized as a necessity iu the bus iness man's office or the professional man's study. For particulars, catalogue etc., write to Yost Writing Machine Co 325 Montgomery St. Sin Francisco Agents for Alaska or Apply at this OIHco UNION Plying Between Sk airway and Haines Leaves ka? way at 9 a. m. Sharp Every Monday, Wednesduv and Friday Arriving: at Haines at 11:30 a. m. Leaves Haines at 2 p. m. Single fare $1.50. Lavton and Germain Special Attention to Busintss From Skagway, Haines and Vicinity CREWS & HILLS, ATTORNEYS Will Practice In All the Courts Juneau * ~ ~ Alaska NETTLES & FORD j The Only Practical Tinners and Plumbers I IN THE CITY Hardware. Tin and ? Graniteware j Steam Pipe & Fittings * ' = ? ? - The Celebrated??^ "Buster Brown" Stockings^* ^FOR CHILDREN 30c a Pair MARTIN CONWAY ? ? ISMMWfcWy?l?Pg? Tis Everything a Stocking Ought to Be* and Every Mo ther Knows Just What That Means. BUSTER BROWN. onnaweiRBUtMnHoa riEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT BEST for Cuts, Bruises, Lameness, Sprains, Old Sores, Burns, Scalds, Sore Muscles, Rheumatism in all forms, Stiff Joints, etc. and every trouble of mus cle and tissue where there is pain or inflammation. 25c? 50c. and $1 a bottle. Large bottle cheapest. ?l.VVXX-C-cTr-LT-T.T.-LA.^^-rT--L-l.T.->.-CT|j rifexiCAN HU5TANQ LINIHENT is a SURE and QUICK remedy for Frost bites and Chilblains. It has been in use for over Sixty years. It will cure ailments that have resisted all other remedies, because of its great penetrating power. To avoid pain and trouble, keep it within reach. J Have You Seen Those New | 5teel Spring Couches That you can turn into a com fortable bed in an instant. They easy to adjust, absolutely un breakable and will make any size bed wanted A SPLENDID COUCH AND BEST BED MADE To Introduce Them In Skagway we will sell them At Cost This Week * E. R. PEOPLES I THE HOUSE FURNISHER \\% v* vww* v vicv** -tsaaai , Billiard Parlor Reading and Writing Roo* SPACIOUS CLUB ROOM 1 The Board of Trade LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor L?rge*t and Beet Appointed Resort for Gentlemen In the North | Headquarters for Yukon Travellers I m Totem | JACK PHELPS, Prop. $ Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars TH 1 ftfislPlLDlPi tllS)?-1 Sullivan & Flaherty HEADQUARTERS FOR ALSEK AND KLUAHNE <^_MINING Lateit Information Regarding the New Digrins Cheerfully Given Cor. Fourth avenue and Broadway Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED. SAFETY, COMFOR1 Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco and Southern Porta CARRYING U. S. MAIL Steamers of Company, or For Which It la Agent, Leave Ramona, Jan. 14, Feb. 28 Via Victoria Cottage Gitv, Jan 24,Feb. 4 Via Vancouver ttk. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notloe. E. A. MURPHY, Agent, Phone 50 C. D, DUNANN, Gen- Pass. Agt 10 Market Street, San FranoUoo, Cal. The Alaska Steamship Co. Carrying U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express Next Sailing of the Fast Passenger Steamer Jefferson Jan- - 28 Dolphin Jan- - 21 Farallon. - Jan. 18 Company reserves right to change sailing date without notice. Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge R. A. CARROLL, Agent. Phone M This BabyS mother believes that a pure, well brewed beer, in reason able quantities, is unequaled as a tonic For babies. His healthy plump body, his clear brighteyef, his thoroughly good-natured look, are enough to convincE the ( most skeptical that his mother < is right. He is a Rainier Beer/ Baby. There is no other beer In 1 existence that pleases old and young like the FAMOUS wuU&eeA,-' . SEATTLE BBEMNO & MAITINO Cft P??NE SEATTLf.WASH.