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TWO GET IN
.Icfl'ersonnnil Kauionn Arrive
From the Sunth
The Jefferson and the Raiuona ar |
rived from the south last night. The
Rauioua ^ot in a little ahead of ached
ule at 11:30 o'clock with about L"0 pass
engers and SO loos of freight. She
sailed at tive o'clock tuia morning.
The Jefferson arrived with the ban
ner load of l he ie*sou at 2 o'clock this
morning. She had 74 passengers and
172 tons of freight She sailed at 11 o'
clock this morning with 20 passengers
for the sjuth.
Elk* Owe Albam
Tbe Skagway l.tlge of Klks has re
c 'ived a beautitul souvenir album of
views of the St. Loui? Exposition. The |
gift is from Mi-s Jessie Cochran, of St.
Lou v a niece of K. I. Cochran, of this j
city, through whom it was presented.
CLEANLY WOMAN.
EmaroMlr Tblaka by Seoarta? He*
Scalp That Sbr Cure* DaatlraA.
Cleanly woman has an erroneous Idea
itnat by scouring the scalp, which re
moves the <! indruff scales, she Is curing
the .1 -r.'ruff- She may wash her scalp
every day, a",l yet have dandruff her
life tore, accompanied by falling hair,
too. The only way in the world to cure
dandr T !s to kill the dandruff germ,
and there Is no hair preparation that will
d.-> that but N'ewbro's Herplclde. Herpl
c!de by killing: the dandruff germ,
leaves the hair free to grow as healthy
Nature Intended. Destroy the cause
v. u remove tV.? effect. Kill the dan
druT cc-m with Herplclde. Sold by
lc?d"!c >."j|r*lsM. Send 10c. In stamps
f>- xhe Herplclde C De
troit. Mich.
Wiu liritt. Special Agent.
W-Bt d
A s?*onl-h:ir.d tent of about .">0x35
lent dimens <>os \i:Ures.?: Peniel Mis
sioi ? 3 7 3t
Car (1 C jwamptlon
Mrs. P. W. Kvii <, Cli?>?'*fer. Kan.,
writes: "My l j?'?uil uy sick lcrihr?e
ti'ui ths. Tl?e ' e'ors ?ei 1 he h?d quick
,i>. Mimpti n. V. p evu'ril a b^'U e u! .
B I'l-ird's iloreh -?i :??: S? tup, ami i' cu?e?l
?> hm<. 1 na! ? ?. c>?* r*o ?r d ? n C
I Mt-i wc time a'?s? ? kct t a buit'v in i bo
! -utt. VVe.M n v ?*<? ?lh,u:it. K?-r
c.u'ths ami rol i? ln> i O iqial." ijc
5'? an-t #1 I ? . S 'I b\ Ke.'j Drug Co.
MAY stint
Lioks Like Peace at Cana
dian Capitil
A dispatch to the \Vhtte>-orse Star of
Thursday sa>>:
"A clause will be inserted in
the autonomy bill which ? ill be satis
factory toa'l supporters of the govern
ment both east and west and it is high
ly probable that tlou. Clifford Si f ton
will resuue his old place in the cabi
net."
PEOPIES EMPLOYES
COME TO IM0RIH
P. T. Kn^lebrecht heads a party of
eight who cauie north on the Jefferson,
including the captain, pilot, two mates
and two engii eers besides a construc
ting official who will put .ogether the
steamer Tana, which belongs to E. I?.
Peoples.
BASKET OE 1 IQIOHS
FOR ME WINNER
A basket of assorted liquors will be !
given the winner of the ?olo to urn h j
niitoent which is in progress at the Se
attle Saloon. The contest wi 1 be deci
ded March 20. Tho person who shall
have won the greatest number o
games by that time wiU be declared to
be tho winn?1-. tf.
A Chloago Aldermta On s Hh El'o
t ion to ChsmbsrlnlB'.rCoaeh Rom-ilv
'?I can hearti'y and onorcion'.iou-l>
reo maietid Chamberlain's C'~ut h
Ketbedv fnt cff- cti"ii? of 11 e ihro t *nd
luai-%" savs Hon. JihnSh--tnck, 22 u So.
PtoiiaSt , Ohio yo ' T.>? vmis ago
during a political o-?m;i? 1 ct K '
c"l'l after I eifg ove- > ? a'e.1, w ;c'> "r
rilated my throut and I was fimlly e.
f-rlle I 'O ?IOp, s 1 coui I n 't >?? k aluud. j
In m \ ex'.tvmin a 'ricn 1 vlv ? ed ti: ? |
to use CI ? inhrr'ai i'? l',>ugti Itvn.e'y. I
to k "?0 ?' its ill it h' >trl I i<>' *D-I iMial-t |
not believe my senses when 1 fnurd ib<*j
p< xt moning the irflatnn'at OH had;
la'gflv subside,'. Too* several do? ? j
llia|il>T, k-t)t ri^hl i>n t'lkirg throoifh
ll e campaign, aud I thai t this me i'ci- ??
??la' 1 won my -ext 'n t'e Ci nm: 1 "
T.' is Teuiedy is for sa'e hy Kc ly D u<
Co. ? i
GOING IN
:
Mmiy Passengers for Dawson
and Fairbanks
The spring truvel to the north has
begun in e&rnes'. On the Jefferson
thtre were over 50 passengers who
are bound for Dawson and Fairbanks.
Many of the old timers are going in.
Among them being Mr. and Mrs Dan
M .Gilvray and Hei man Jones heads a
party of sevon bound for Dawson and
W. J. Anstett has six in his party who
are going to Dawson. The latter has
horses and sleds aid will use private
conveyance.
VOCillST TO
VISIT ALASKA
Miss Marguerite Longacre, well
known in Seattle as a vocalist, was to
leave on the Dolphin for h concert tour
of towns in Southeastern Alaska. She
will be accompaniel by her pianist,
Miss Carrie Florilla Spaulding. Last
summer Miss Longacre made a trip to
Noin?aud Juneau on the steamer
ttuanoke and gave ooncerts at both
places.
Upon her return from the Alaska tiip
?.he will go to Europe to fill concert en
gagements.
Moii jr fo Mn. Giolt
Two hundred and fifty dollars were
raised for Mrs. Gault, whose home was
les'reyed bv fire, Thursday afternoon,
r. J. Standish circulated the list
Much of the ruonev was raised at the
shops.
??
Notice to Public
I hav sold my en-i'e express hnsi
n ?>? and <*1 will iheroof to E. McC.
Weste, of the Merchants' Express De
livery, who w II rtceive all o'ders ?. d
deliver the sirne promptly
F. M. Lucavi*h.
Skagwa..'. March 1, IU05. 3 In
O li. e 'Phone 90. Residence 84.
Fur Ezpmi
Leave or 'ers for fxress at the Hos<
Bakcrv. Prompt attention and gocd
service Phoje 51.
Ernest Lueavish. 3-7 tf
Calendars for iqo6
Ok will call upon you soon
Ulitb a Complete Assortment of
? 1906 Calendars ?
fit Prices Chat mill Saw Yob money
The Daily Alaskan Job Office,
TELEPHONE, 19
Closing O t Sal.
I hereby give notice that my stock of
goods i nil fixtures will oe olo?ed out ttt
greatly reducinl prices. 1 have m:de
urraugemea s tb go into busiuess else
where, and not desiring to pay a heavy
freight bill 1 will sell out at a sacrifice.
Those desiring olothes should leave
orders Immediately.
F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor
Skagway, Feb. 3, 1905.
y
Now Muslo .it F auk Train
The 1'ack Train saloon has just Re
ceived 30 new records for its excellent
phonograph and the largest horu that
ever came to Alaska. There will be a
grand ojncert at that place tonight-.
The latest songs and the latest instru
mental selections will be given.
Department of the Interior WashlnKton. I>.
C.. February IS, 1905. Sealed proposal* dn du
plicate) for the construction of frame bulk'ings
to be lifted aa school houses and teacher*' res
idences at the following joints in Alaska, to*
wit: Carmel (Bristol Bay); Seldovia (Cook In
let); Wood Island (near Kodlak); also at Yak
ntat. Haines. Kllllnoo, Wrangel und Jacsson, in
Southeastern Alaska, will be received at the de
partment until two o'clock p. in . Saturday, ,
April 15, 19U5. and a ill be opened Immediately 1
thereafter, In the presence of such bidders as
may desire to attend. The right is reserved to
reject any and all bids received. Blank forms,
of proposal em bracing specification*, ino.v be J
obtained on application to the d-parlinent, <T j.
to the Commissioner of Kdueatlou. where I
drawings showing details may be ln*)?ected. !
Plan* aud specifications may also bo seen and
obtained from Prof. William A. kelly, at Sitka,
Alaska: at Juneau and Douglas, from Living j
stou K. Jones, of Juneau; ami from the U.S.
Commissioners at KetihiKan Wrangeli Skag
way, Seward, aud Valde/, Alaska. K. A. Hitch*
oock, Secretary.
Mi iti i lit nil
Seattle, Washington
Manufacturers of I
COTTON FISH NET- i
TING
i
? Of Every Description ?
The only plant of this nature on'thc;
coast. Write for Prices.
Correspondence solicited. : ?
312-316 2il A v.. Seattle.
UNION j
Plying tie'.weeuj Ski. s;way anil |
Flames
Leaves Skagway at
9 a. m. Sharp
I'verv Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Arrivlnsr ai Haines at 11:30 a. m.
Leaves Haines at 2 (>. m.
Single fare Sl.f-0.
Lavton a:?l Germain |
A iy Kind of Chewing Tobacco at
; 10c a CUT
>
r and we will sell everything cheap
that.- in the store
; Pipes, 5c and Up
i Don't Forget the
Number
? 428 BKOADWAY, Phone 52
Tony Dortero
Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. tn., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D.
Office in Old Citv Hall
Three Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy
Oyster cocKtaiis, Oiympiaor Eastern
it. the Pack Train restaur nt.
JUNEAU S. S. GO'S.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM
- IlEATED 3TBAVEH
GEORGM
Carrying U. s. Mui!
or H&!n?:s. U^rncis li y, Juuea:
foonah, TenakoS Sitka am! Waypori
SAILS
March. 7, 13, 19, & 26.
At 8 a. m
VV. W. BOUGH rov. Atfer
Broadm y and Fifth Ave. Phone M
| J1ETTLES & FORD
*
* The Only Practical
I Tinners and Plumbers ;
IN THE CITY
Hardware. Tin and
G-raniteware
Steam Pipe & Fittings
When In Haines
.Stop at tba
Hotel Northern
J. G. Morrison. Prop.
Restaurant In Building
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
IKE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whltehorse.Y.T
= Patronize
^ Dome
= Industry?
If Not You Should Do So By
Drinking Skagway Beer
Our Bottled Beer Only
$2.00
per doz n. 2"c reb ite on boitles
PORTER
Manufactured Especially For
Hospital and
Family Use.
I'houo Brew ery 40. Residenct', 38
Canadiao Pacific fly. Co.f
Direct 8ervlce, No Intermediate J
Call, to
Vancouver
Victoria
Transferring to
Seattiei
No Kxtra Charge
)ri
Mch. 6,16 & 26
? I
I ?
8a. linn ?tl6 p.m. -
8 For Speed, Comfort, Service and
J Appointment These Twin Screw
i Steamers Cannot be Kqualert. Por
S Information Write or Apply to
? H. B.DUNN . Art.. SB AO WAY
'Vancouver j
Whitehorse, Y. 1
New Management .
4
Refurnished Throughout, First
Class in Every Respect 4
t
Finest Cafe In the Northwest *
j 4
?-????
V?tf*V ?'AVA\V^ 1
R?YftL \
? Steam liaandry* j
At) Work Guaranteed. Short '
Ordet* l*rotuptlj I
Doue. ?
PHONE /? ;
Mc??cnKtr Will ?.ali tud iMp?i
Baths In Connection ;
Pri.ate Svions* for I.adie*.
STEAM HEATED. i
? 'V W /oSW
The WhitePass& Yukon Route
TIM ED TABL^tf IMcj. 13?
(Daily Except Sjnduy.)
J?'o. 1, B. No. 2. S. BounJ ? B
logicians. 1st claee 2nd cl ii
9 30 aim. LV. SKAGUAY AR i 30p m. AR. 4 15-. D
nml" " WHITE PASS ?' ~ ' "2 10 -
n? ?? " Log CABIN 210 ? ,00 ??
If 35 [ P"'m " BENNETT \ ^ j p.m '? 12 2C p n>,
"2 10 ? ? CARIBOU " 11 5okai "10 10 "
4 30 " AR White HORSr. LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 00 "
Passeneers must be at di-pot* in fic-p ro b:- v : ".Hi'ga^e inspected and
cheeked. Inspection io stopped 30 mis aw- befo'f leaving :.rr,n of iriin
150 pounds o? naggape will b<_ ?. t- - * H:> '.jn fu-.' 'are tick*
?nd 75 poiinds with pa-it: h?I f f*>r
000
me rass
(on Kou
.Durinr tha Ops i Season of Navigation on thi Yu'?on R ver The
?l""* p
OPERATES A THROUGH LINE FROM
-
Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon
and Dawson
AND HLL INTERMEDIATE POINTS
Connection Made ut Dawson with Lower River Steamboats for Tanaca, Fairbanks, S. M chael and Kome
Lands l'atschgers and Freight at these Camps Earlier in the Reason and Quicker M,ao Any Other Kouto
WINTER ROUTE SERVICE
During the Winter Season, When Navigation is Closed, Finely Appointed Train^will.Contioue to Run {Daily
Except Sunday, He: ween Skagway and Whitehorse
A Through Mail, Passenger and Freight Service will be Maintained by a Thoroughly Equipped
STAGE LINE BETWEEN WHITEHORSE AND DAWSON
BAGGAGE BONDED THROUGH
Direct Telegraphic Service to all Points in United States and Canada
Cor information relative UjPassenger Freight and Telegraphic rates, app v to r.ny agentlof company, or to
M. J. B. WHITE, G. F &, P. A. A.B. NEWELL, V. P. AG. M. K -D. PINNEO, Ant, G. F. & P. A.
Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver, P. 0, and Skoguar, A!as'<? ^kairniv A'ps a
200 Fur Caps all styles & Grades, Cheap
Pift- Coats, Robes, Gloves, Mitts, Fur Ga me its Robes and Bugs Made to Order.
Fur Robes 7x8, $25 00 Fur Robes, 6x7> $20 00
Rubber Shoes, Felt Shoes, Etc.
CHAS. R. WINTER, The Furrier, BronaedaT^ePot

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