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Daily Alaskan
TOOT, EDITOR
TOWN * JRXREH. ? ? Pr?USH?*8
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PUTTt ATTACK IWVITSD
Those Alaskans who havs oppowxl i
territorial government for Alaska more 1
than any oihcn are u> blsme for the
efforts of Senator Piatt and other* to
biaehllat aitlieoahip In this district. ||
By staving off the recognition of the
right of th? i*opl? to self government,
the* Invited the attack of the powerful
oolterie of senators which has en listed
In a war to prevent the extension of
western Influence. In the nation.
The Yakiet Sewn, comment in; upon
this phase of the situation, says:
"Those comparatively few people in
Alaska who hare upheld the adminis
tration of Got. Brady are pointing with
pr'de to the mild Impeachment handed
out to Senator Piatt In the governor's
report. Piatt w as the father of the |
amendment to the delegate bill to the <
effect that Alaska should never become i
a state. The governor arose in his dig |
nltv and smote the Connecticut senstor ! 1
and wound up by saying that the i
amendment would have the effect ofji
'making Alaska a political inferno. '
that all who enter are to leave hope i
behind.' But what else oould Gov
Brady do? This Piatt amendment wss
indeed a body blow to him because in
the ooe short sentence all his allege*:
theories and plans tor Alaska's politi- ' 1
caI future were shattered Brady has
opposed every form of local self-govern
ment In Alaska on the ground thai
nothing would satisfv but statehood.
H? professed to believe that if Alssks
was granted a territorial form of gov
ernment she would be unable to get 1
statehood for many year* while if she
remained in her present condition for a
short while she would be take t in as s
slate without the usual 'probationary '
period. But Piatt's amendment leaves
the governor without a leg to stand
upon and it will be interesting to note
what posltloo he l?kes now."
A. M Housaeau. for several years
manager of the Whitrhorse Star, ha*
?old his interest in that paper to K. J.
White, the paper's editor **id Mr.
liouasesu's brother*! n-law, and leaves,
for the south where Ue probably will 1
remain. Mr. Rousm an was a Skagway
pioneer and he leaves a host of friem's
in the nor; b. His successor *n the own
ership of the Star, Mr. White, besides
being one of the be?t newspaper men
who have come to this great north
country, is also a >kagway pioneer.
John U. Sullivan and Charles Mite' - I
?II, who were the central ?t?rs to the
fistic work) scores of yearj ago, have
been matched to fight at Taooaia next i
month. They are old enough to know
better and have made enough money in
their time, had they cared for It, to
make such an exhibition unnecessary.
Well, one good thirg is the fact that
they won't hurt each other. They will |
probably make a little easy money.
If Dr. Chapman and the other revir- !
allata Tteep on with that tune they are
playing oo Seattle sentiment it migLt
serve m a march to mark time as Hi j
Gill steps from power.
?slUrl'i Hor?ko .ad Syrwp
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupv
cough, oppressed, rauling\ rieping a-.d ,
difficult breathing. Henry C- Steams.
Druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., write*.
May 80, tWl? "I have been selling
Ballard's Horebound Syru^ for two
years, and have never bad a prepara
tion that baa given better satisfaction,
I notice that when I sell a bottle they
come back for more. I can honestly
recommend i?," 35c, 5*)o, $l.(k? For
sale bj Kelly Drag Co.
Iksmaatte Falsi Qalak 'j R*Mtve4
The excruciating pains characteris
tic of rbewmalUm acd sciati- a are
qalckly relieved bv app'ying Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. The great pain re
lieving power of the liniment has been
the surprise and delight of ihousards
of sufferers i'he quick relief from
pain which it affords is alone worth
many times its coat. For sale by Kelly
Drug Co.
F. R. ALLEY.
Whltehorae, Y. T.
CUSTOMS BROKER
Commissioner for Taking*
Affidavits
BILLS OF SALE. DEEDS
and othtr Instruments in writing.
OFFICE: VANCOUVER HOTEL
GET BACK
Many Yukon Su amboatm n
Arrive on JcflVrson
Another big crowd of '.V. P. A Y. H,
Yukon river MMmlwtl men arrived on
ihe Jefferson ami left for Whlteborse
this morolnff. They ? ill leave White
horse for Hootal Itivj ua and operate the
Columbian and the Thistle before the
?pening of l<ake laSarge, ?her which
?ome of them will be transferred to the
toata n|v>n which they were employed
sat year.
Among those who arrived arefapt
K. M Turner ami t"*pt. Kraok Murray,
mauler ami pilot of the Columbian: H.
A. Johnston, purser of the Whltehorae;
VV. J. Norfolk, purser of ihrt olumblan;
H J llutoMnson and J. Lauderdale,
jhfef and seoond engineers of the Vic
lorian; James Gaudln ami IV Kvder,
?hief and second engineer* of the Co
lumblaji; K. t). Kdwards. steward of the
SleMWr.
Tnraagala At as Of?s
Turnagain arm is open ami a steamer
jouW have come into Sunrise any lime
the past two weeks, Moating has been
good fof a month. In fact there has
been good b>ating all winter and not a
BBOOih has passed but what boal* have
made trios to and from Oruw creek.
The season is a month earlier than usu
al along the arm ?Seward Gateway.
Elks' M-.tlne
There wtll be a regular meeting of
Skagway Lodge No. 431, I benevolent
and lYotective Order of Klks, at their
hall, Thursday. April at 8 p. m.
There will be InitUiioo.
All visiting Klks are invited to at
tend. J. E? liarragar, Sec'y.
Tom O Bri< a's 1? id C?.t
The majority for Tom O'Brien, llaw
son'-. steam Veer brewer, over Joe
i arke Hie iritlt scent politician, was
cut to -**4 by th' completed i ret urns of
the el? <31 iou of the Yu*on council.
sutrus of woe
MLUMttS llfftf
The lUiiy Alaskan has rteeivwl a
"u 1 line of samp e? of I9.*6 calendars
from the famous J. W. Mr l^ap^r
rompanv, of ? hitvugo. Tbey include
i he lalot A >gi? iLany of which are
works of ai t.
ftasioe-s men of Sksgway and Haioes.
who desire ca'ao<lers for next year are
invited toc^ll and make selections.
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
rtie Fatal (ifn? a>4 Ita Krardr >?*
t'mrta ot M?arr.
It Is th? rar?-?t thins In tbe world fot
\ mar to b? necessarily bald. No mar
>kf<> hair li not dead at the roots. w?J
'?e 1 I if he will us* Kewbro's Herpl
the new scalp antiseptic. Herp!
'.?o <<?*tFoya the gorro that cuts the h?!r
t t the root; and deana the scalp ot
:-.ndruir and leaves It In a perfectly
tie thy condition. Mr. Mannett. tn the
'.taryland Block. Butte. Mont, was en
cly bald. In less than a month Herpi
?hle had removed the enemies of hair
kcuwth, and nature did Ita work hy cov
?rliig his head with thick hair an Inch
np. and 1n six weeks he had a normal
't of hair. Sold by leading druggist*.
Y-d l'V In stamps for sample to The
.'erplclde Co., Detroit. Mich.
ffm, Britt, Special A cent.
HEALTH IS YOUTH
Dl?aaa> aad Sicka* ?* Brtag Old Ac*
BUM J Si
Herbioe, taken every morning before
breakfast, will keep you in nbust
health, fit you to ward off dis ase. It
cure? constipation, bill! untx>#?, dyspep
sia, fever, skin, hives and kidtx t com
plaints. I' purifies the b'ood and clears
the complexion. Mrs. D. W. Smith,
Whitney. Texas, writes April 3,1902:
?? have* used Herbine, and find it the
best medicine for con?*u?aiiem and liver
troubles. It doe* all you claim for it.
I can highly r.-commend it." ">0eU a
bottle. For sale by Kelly Drue Co
lfatlooaf Stockholder*' Meettag
Offico of Enginre- Mining Co,
To the stockholders of The Engineer
Ming Company:
Plea e take no lo; that the annua!
meeting of the stockacldera of Tba En
gineer Mining Company will be bald at
the otbee of the company, in the city ot
Skyway, di-trict of Alaska, on lues
is v the 25th day of April, 19O5, at to
o'clock a. ?>., foi the purpose of e' acting
a boa' d of directors, for the further and
specific purpose of deciding whether or
nort the property of The Engineer Min
ing Cmpauyof Skagwav. Alaska, be
truQs'erre: to Engineer M'mag Com.
p*ny Of Seattle, Washington, and fot
th ? tran -action of such other businesses
may property come before the meeting.
The stock ttans'er bock o! the company
w:ll be c!ca d on S-Wday the 2*1 day of
April, 190s* *t & p. 01. and will resale
c os-d until Wednesday the j6th ilay of
April, 1 9. >$, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Hv Older of ibe Board ol Directors
H B. Le Fevre, Secretary.
Dal d March u, 1905.
CALLARMAN GOES
10 01 D Mexico
Clark Callarmao. formerly of the W,
P. A Y. R. tore? at Skagway, but for
tha Ust nina month* stenographer In
the audltor'sofflceof the Alaska Swan -
ship Company at Soattl*,left for Mexico,
the moruiou the Jefferson left Seattle, ?o
accept a position aa time keepor In one
of the Cumpas mine* in the state of
Sonora.
INUND WMIHfR
At ft o'clock 'hi* rtoroing,
weather conditions on th<> Yukon ri> r
and alonp the line of the \V. P. ,v V.
R, were a* follow*:
Skagway Cloud;, light n >rih wind,
<4 above
Glacier? Clear, calm, 34 above.
White Pass -Clear, calm, 2!> ai>ove.
FYaaer? Part cloudy, strong north
wind, 3W above.
tjog Cabin -Cloudy, *?i wind, 24
above.
Bennett Cloudy, f.orih wind. ?>>
above.
iYnnington Clear, north wind, .12
above
Caribou -Cloudy, south wimi, 2?*
above.
Cowley? Clear, north *ind, 24 above.
Whitehorso -Clear, calm, 2S atwve
Lower I.abargo Clear. calm 25
above.
Hootallnqua- Clear, calm. 25 above.
Big Salmon -Clear, oalm, 35 shove
Yukon Croasing Clear, oalm. 26
above.
Selkirk? Clear, oalm. 25 above.
Selwyn? l*arl cloudy, strong south
wind, 30 above.
Stewart Part cloudy, north wind, 30
above.
Ogilvt?? Clear, calm, 32 above.
Dawson -Clear, calm, 28 above.
FOrtvraile? Clear, calm, 24 above.
Eagle ?Clear, calm. 4S above.
Atlin Cloudy, north wild, 31 above,
Tantalus Clear, calm, 35 above.
Ta^ish Clear, calm, 18 above.
G. ?4 T m at S* U1
There wa.? a good ?' ondarc* an a
good tine at 'ho mvUI i;iv?-n bv th*
Kpworth League a' the Mr'hodial
church last ni^h'. Tl:<- tv^uing *as
spent *Uh game* and music. IJefre?h
ments w--re s*rvr 1 attd tSe tin c p ea?
antly spent, *
Oiae, Vonnk
The While Pss* At ??ticciub it lor
ma' dar.c* will ta?<e p;*,:e 'i-nL'ht at
th?> club.
E i \j Spi t a ?a Y S< ?
The Yukon river is oveiTUa lug the
iseat Fort Gib on (or miles ami the
b.eakup is exported there by M?j 1.
C?-d at THaak*
The committee of the I .atlies of the
Mwethm having in charge the fare
well reception to Mrs. tlodfrey t."hei?
laoder ami Mr* K. J Ijidd<ooat. desire
to extend their thanks to those persors
who so kindly assisted them in the pro
gram. The Committee.
Stag way, April li?. 1WJ,
DOING Tlirif) Din
Icort* tf AUikt R^adr rt Ar L?aia
l?C tk? Doty of tlit Ki4??i?
' To filter the blood is the kidneys'
duty.
When they fail to do this the kidnevs
?re sick.
liackacbe and many kidney ills follow:
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan'a Kidney r*ilts euro them all.
Thousands of people endorse our
claim.
Mr*. J. W. Keen, wife of Capt J. W,
Keen, residence 223 F.ast I>ake Ave.,
Seattle, says: "For thn-e or four years
I was seldom with ut backache, and
any overexertion or the slightest co'd
contracted brought on an aggravated
attack. 1 took remedies of various
kinds trying to cbtvk it, bot until 1 was
advised to try tloan.s Kidney Pills I
met with very indifferent success
They proved to be the best medic ne 1
ever used and gave such prompt ami
permanent relief that I have co hesita
ion in recommending them to others.''
Fbr sale by all dealers. FriceoOcents.
Poster ? Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United Mates.
Remember the name? t>oan's- and
take no other.
kka(rt| Ltiamx
For first -clsss work tr? Skagway
L tuodry Twenty-bve years' experi
?ace. Telephone 89 tf
Railrs*4 R Mianrnsl
Best meals in town served from ft a
m to 10 p.m. Tray oideis a s|iecialty,
10c. extra.
John Williams. Prop.
SPECIAL !
Clothing SaleThisWeek
Men's Suite. $9- $10. $12.50. $13.60
M.CONWAY
WWW.
Have You Secu Those New
Steel Spr i n| 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 r i
A SPLENDID COUCH < I
AND BEST BED MADE '
To Introduce Thorn In Hkfte?nv *?? *11! wll thorn
At Cost This Week
I E.R. PEOPLES !
I,
THE HOUSE FURNISHER
V%W VAN MWtW . ?W
^Pacific Coast S.S. Co. r
V,.' PIONEER ALASKA 1JKK.
SPEED. SAFETY. OOMFOW1
>'nr?t SowkI Aae yumlwi Mi SMtWr* (V*
(AMTIM O. I HAtl
?t TkH CV4?MMf I #*??
COTTAGE CITY, ? Due April 29
VI? Vtotnrfe mhI *4vlr?
HUMBOLDT. ? April 27
CITY OF SEATTLE, ? April 21, May 2
V?* V? rill Iff
ife. 4 hort Vh* tl> to ?)?>?*? Withmrt K??*
E A. MUnPHY,At??rt. 50
C 0. DUN A ,N, Gen Pan. Agt
10 M?fVM Hrmf. ?M Pi Ml
rThe Alaska Steamship Co.
('?rrjtn* V * M?'l mmI Mob* Parifl* Ktp
N??t of \h* F?* >
Dolphin. - APril 24
May 4. 15. 24- June 3
Jefferson, - April 30
April 30. May 9. 19 30
FARRALON. - - - April 23
< onpttit rt-a*rr?i rlfht In rhwMP Millmr <?*'? ? ifhont mxtr*.
Transfer- to Vkrtori* m>4 Viikaiw WilkMl AMIImH < %tgn
R. A. CARROI.U Iff*). CWm N
I " take OFF YOFR HAf TO AN OLD FRIEND,
i MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
?
? FOR TWO CENENATIONS
? IT HAS BEEN THE STAND BY.
X \W litw Mid j.Tnrii?iir? nwil Metimn Mti*t.ine I in
? ftnent htMNR it healed their hurt* and enrol the ill? ? 4
I their domwtic animal*. Whnt Mexicnn Mininnc 1 in
X iment dnl t?>r mankind and brotc kind ?'?<> v< nr? ,?"? ,l
f divii It ha* alwav?enrrd nnd alwny* will cure
X anv and everything that npHKl, hone*t liniment can cuff.
? IT BOARS HICHT DOWN
? TNNOUOH THE MUSCLES.
X Mexican M?*tang Liniment p>o? qtiickir In the Terr
? core of the cau?c and the tn.>?t dci-j> ?et, excr-noat
X inp ytains ahn<i*t instantly.
? ntOST BITES AND CHILBLAINS.
I Foi'fliiHil feet, ear* or other part* there i? n ?thin(j on
X earth so pood a* \le\K-nn Mustang {Jaitiirat
?Si?Sfe3s
? ?S!?T2?t Vu *????*? w,fl ^ %* **?
? T*? ?*?" I wiR nr ??**???
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I BIMtar4 P*rt? R.tllni ami WHlIu IU<i?
SPACtO?f? CLCH ROOM
The Board of Trade
I KK GLTHK1K l^roprtrtof
L?rffr*t Mr?t Appointed Resort far Gentlemen
Ib the North
= Patronize
Homo
= Industry?
If Not Tou Should IV> So By
Drinking Skagway Beer
Our Bottled Bew Only
$2.00
p?r down. 25c rebate on bottle*
PORTER
Manufactured Esjwcially For
Hospital and
Family TJse^^>
Phone Bremery 40. Reaideooe. 3"
Tiro anJ Li.e
INSURANCE
Real Esta:e
Financial Agent
Phil Abrahams
M4 FOURTH AVR, 4KAGWAY
JUNEAU S. S. CO'S.
i x
ELECTKTC UGBTBD STK KM
HEATED 8TRAMKK
GEORGM
r?rrrl?* O. * Mtfl
for Halte*. Berneio Hay, JuneM,
tloonah, Teoaltoa Sitka nod W*Tport?
SAILS
April. 6. 12. 18, 24. 30|
At 8 a. m.
W. W. I* >rOHT< ?N, Kgrot ;
H road way and Vifth A**. Pboo* W
SoMtle, Washington
Manufacturer* o' ?
COTTON FISHNET ;
TING
? Of Every Description ?
The only plant of t-hi* nature on the <
coaat.* Write for Prtoea
t orivufoodeoce ?olicit*d.
312-316 2d A*.. Seattle.
Xtc* Qouit: From :(m lit m . J to
4 and "! to # p. m
J. A. 8AUGHMAN, M. 0
Office In Old Otf Hall
TfarM Poor* Eaat of Brltu' l*harir?ey
Opater oocaiai ia, O/yti pta or KavMrn
lie Pack Train rettawr nV
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THE
PANTHEON
HollitMi A n?l?Tty
HEADQUARTERS FOR flLSEK AND KLUAHNE
^_MINING m^>
I?t#M lo format km Il#**rd(nf tit# IHfc >?? i beerfelty OWmi
Cor. Fovrtli ?"??? Mid Rnwtvt;
I Headquarters for Yukon Travellers
I
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i m Totem I
JACK PHVLf*,
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ne Wines, Liquors and Cigars j
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' MMMIMMMMIMIMIMIMMMMIM ?? ### #<*4? ?
The Surprised
Smile
of thorough satisfaction
makes its appearance on the face
of every one who for the first lime
tries
RAINIER
BEER
The ROfxfness is there and h
makes itself evident.
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