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Received Fresh
on tha City of Seattle
BARTLETT PEARS
GREEN SWEET CORN
GREEN PEPPERS. CATELOPE
WATERMELONS, CRAB APPLES,
TOMATOES. PEACHES. APPLES
GRAPES. ORANGES. ITAL
IAN iPRUNES
Fresh eggs of our well known brand received
on every steamer
John Kalem, the Grocer
So!? Afeot for Reliance Vanned Goods
PERSONAL MENTION
8. A. Crawford, of Rl**raid*. Cal,
err I red oe th* Dolphin this morning
*o ft pleeeur* tour of Alaska. He will
remain In Sfcag war until th* arrival of
Ik* Jsffsrsoc He la fti the Fifth Are
eae hotel
* -W
Mre Caaete G. Pugh and her grand
daughter. Cordelia Jennings, hare re
turned from a trip to Dawson. Mr. and
Mrs. Jennings went 00 to Fairbanks.
Mrs. Pugh is visiting with Mr. and
Mr*. J. F. Pugh of thi* cit?.
Loaia PalUard, of Daw ton, manager
?f the Syodieat Lyonnais du Klondike,
oo* of the large French mining com
ptolee operating la lh* Interior, ar
rived from Dawson last sight and ia at
lh* Ftfth Avenue hot?l. He will leave
for the south on the Princess May.
Dr. A F. Edwards, of Dawson, form
erly gr*nd recorder of the Arctic Bro
therhood, arrived from the south on
the Prlneeee May and left this morning
tor Daweon.
Dr. R R CouMa, vetarnarian for the
W. P. k. Y. R. with hi* *lster*, Mr*. G.
W. Billot* and Mis* Luletia Coutta, ar
rt?*d ia tha eity laat night and are at
tha Fifth Arena* hotal
Mr* F. M.Lucavish ha* received an
other talegrazo from har husband tav
tnf that ha 1* coming out and she has
abandoned bar prop *ed trip into the
Inferior.
Mr* M. Flown, who has been In thf
?tataa for the moat of tha tummer for
hat health, returned on the Dolphin
Ula aoroinc.
H. T. Millar, the wall known interior
meat dealer, arrived on tha Dolphin on
hla way to Daw*oa and Fairbanks and
ia ateppinf at the Fifth avenue.
Hoy moo J Auxiaa-Turene, the Trench
?ouneil it Dawson. arrival oc the train
laat nighs aod will >??? for the south
eo vk? Prioceea M?y.
Urt. W C. McK<.-ozie. who has b?-eo
ill for torn* line, will leave or the Dol
pain for Seattle where sbe will hare
?ediaal treatment.
9. O. Wheeloek. Juneau pioneer anii
hssvy real estate owner and At'io min
ing man, ia la the city today Be ar
rive I on the Dolphin.
Royal N. Riblet, the Spoicane tram
way manufacturer, arrived on the Prin- I
mm May last night and left for Caribou
wlWi J. H. Conrad this morning
Mr. aod Mra. C. E Wynn-Johnsou
rat arned from Dawson. Mr. \Vynn-|
Juhneoo went to Allin thla morning.
M.? Lanfford, of tha Whitehorae I
hoapital, arrived on tha Princes* May [
and laft to bar home thla morning.
Fred J. Holland, of Whltehorse. ar
rived from the eouth on the Princess |
May aod went inaide thla morning.
Joeeph McLeod, Canadian poatoffice
tnspeoior, has arrived from the interior !
and will go aouth on the Princese May.
Jack Hardy, formerly of the Board of
Trade, came north on the Dolphin a?
far aa Juneau, where he haa a poaitioo.
' ' ft I !?? }
Dr. J. A. Baughman, formerly o'j
Stag way. with Mr*. Baughman, came
north on tha Dolphin aa far aa Juneau.
L. F. Holte, a prominent trader of I
Fairbanks, came north oo the Dolphin |
00 hia way to Fairbanks.
Judge G. M. Irwin, of Juoeau, ia in j
the oily.
Mra. C. P. Thompeoo ia in the city to
day from Halnea
4 I '
Mr. aod Mra. W. K. Rogers returned
la WkiMhara* today.
mm on way
Two Boat Loads R-ach
Wliitelwrse
Whitehorse, Aug. 29? The Selkirk
?nil Columbian arrived at WhlMhOfM
this morning with 71 passengers. The
Selkirk got in at 3 a. m. with 42
through and 15 way passengers and the
Columbian arrived at 3:55 a. m. with 14
passengers.
Coming up stream the Victorian was
at Selkirk at *:45 p. m.. and the White
horse at Cr.ffee creek at 7:30 a. m.
The Selkirk and the (Columbian will
sail after the arrival of the train this
evening. The Bonenza King will sail
this evenidg or tomorrow.
The Canadian, going down stream,
was at Big Salmon at 9 a, m. and the
Casca at Selkirk at that hour.
fr?k Candle* IUotl??i
A shipment of fresh candies w?s re
coiled on the Dolphin. The very best
vwiet.es made. Come and see for your
self. F. H. Muir, opposite postoffice.
Lidtaiof th? M?cc?b??? Hav* Party
The Ladies of the Maccabees (fare a
farewell party last night for Mrs. Mai
com McLaren, who will leave for Daw
son next week, arranged also as a fare
well to Mrs. F. M. Lucavish, who had
intended going- to Fairbanks, but who
has since concluded to remain at Ska;
way. The event took place at the
homo of Mrs. M. H. McLellan, which
was beautifully decorated for the occa
sion. The guests were entertained
with a novel guessing contest. Adver
tisements from the Daily Alaskan and
other papers and magazines wera dis
played, with the name of the adver
tiser eliminated. The one guessing
most of the missing names won the con
test. Mrs. F. L Hosford, Mrs. J. D.
Stirebaugh and Mrs. George Carson
got the prizes. Mrs. C. P. Thompson
?a s an out of town guest. Refresh
ments were served acd a very pleasant
evening spent.
iH AC WAY WEATHER
The result o( the observation taken
?t Moure wbarf at midnight, Aug. 2J*.
.906; is as follows:
1'emperature time of observation.. . .45
.lax. temp, preceding 24 hours... . .74
4 in. " " " " 45
Jean " " " " 59
Barometer. 30.10.
Clear, calm.
Martla C?*>T H u KM Hair
A fine big baby bo? was born to Mr.
aad Mrs. Martin Conway this morning.
The youog?ter and his mother are in
good health ai.d spirits. The; are un
Jer ti e care of Dr. J. P. Brawacd.
RaiaUr Baare
Rainier beers by the dozen bottle*,
*2 50, at the Mascot saloon.
Ice cool s'.eins at the Seattle.
A. R. Graves was in town from Ben
nett today.
Oat TomrSktitSklsti
An up-to-date bootblack stand at the
Pack Train saloon. Patronize it and
>e neat. Only expert workmen, tf.
August Deleanator and French fash
ion journals at Harrisons'.
CaldMt la Tewa
The coldest beer In town is at the St ?
little saloon. 6 1 tf
Cmraa Solatloa
Rev. W. L. Riley, LL. D? Cuba, New
York, write*: "After fifteen days of
excruciating pain from sciatic rheuma
tism, under various temperments, I was
indued to try Ballard's Snow Liniment:
the first application glviue my first re
ief. I can give H unqualified recom
mendation" 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by
Kelly Drug Co.
COMPANION
A Good Watch Man's Best
Friend
A food watch in [good trim is ft true
companion. But * good wa'ch in bad
trim i? an unreliable companion.
A (food many who have very fine
watches frequently say "my watch is no
ffcod," and the whole blame is laid on
the faithful watch which tries its best.
If the truth is told people are kept in
darkness by some unreliable watch
maker. With right attent ion by a man
who is a thorough watchn aker the
watch will keep time with the sun.
We are thorough watchmakers and
all work we turn out we guarantee to
be in good condition. Bring your
watches and jewelry to us and we will
put them in good trim at reasonable
charges.
Examining eyes and grinding glasses
to perfection is our specialty.
Keep your valuables in a safe place
by renting one of our steel safe deposit
boxes.
J. Ikut-a,
Jeweler and Optician.
SAMPLES Of 1906
CALENDARS HfRE
The Daily Alaskan nas received a
full line of samples of 1906 calendars
from the famous J. W. Butler Paper
company, of Chicago. They include
the latest designs many of which are
works of art.
Bnsiness men of Skagway and Haines,
who desire calanders for next year are
invited to call and make select ions.
Ice cream and sherbets a the Vienna
Bakery. Best in town, 'Phone 3.V
If you are out of kindling see K McC
Weste. I have it bv the sacx or cord.
Phones 90 S4. tf
There's a bargain at Harrisons' for|
you.
Ice cool steins at the Seattle saloon.
He?g's Souvenir book for >1 at Har
risoDs'.
Ths place to *et (rood trrowler meas
ure ie at the Totem faloon. You (ret I
your mooev's worth.
Icecream at Muir's.
for Sat*
Twelve horse power I'nion e&solioe
engine. Good as new. I'rice. J.* U
nquire at Launch Union. Moore wharf .
A little forethought may save vou no
end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a
rule to keep Chamberlain's folic, rbol- 1
era and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand
knows this to be a fact. For sale by
Kelly Drug Go.
Ou?rterm?Mfr iXBcr, Kort William H s?wartt,
Alaska July -Sonlol proposal* l?
triplicate, will t? rocei'iHl her<- until rl> vrn
o'clock,*, m Aucust Nth, an t tf in opcnwl
for the construction of one field officer s <j uarters,
one double captain * uunrter* one <1 ? e lieut
enant's quaricr*.t?ro double n c s ?juaUers*nd
an addition to qusrtennwster sti> il. a^ P? t
plans anil spec i heat ion * on tile tn thi- office.
The U. S. reserve* the right i- ?c< ? pt r -? ject
ntv or all proposals or par s tb* t\?f. h.iurmi
lion furnished upon appJieati. n I nv?*'<?pes
containing proposals *h >uM l?e ? oil rsed "Pr -
poenlt for CoMlr?c<t?* of ^ i'1 - I ?
dressed to the Quartern a-ter . * ,?rt V* H. 5*w
ard, Alaska.
NOTICE OF EXE UTION S It
In the United States l'istrtct Court for tbeDis
trict of Alaska Division No. 1.
!. J. Dalv, plaintiff, vs. So tt'le-Skaffway
\V harf and Storage Oonu>any . defendants
Under and by vtrtue*of a Jodmneot sod or
der of tale, Issued out of the above entitled
court, on the 4th day ? f August, A. I> In
the above entitled setlon, w in rein I J. Daly
obtained s judgment and order of pale against
the said Seatt)e*SWagM ay Wharf and Storage
company, which said iu ignant wis u tin* day
first aforesaid, recorded in 1 >urnal I of ;4?e
records of *al<1 court, at page Wfc thereof
and also under and by virtue of an execution
and order of sale. Issued under the seal o: sa:d
oourt. on the lith day of Aueust. A. D. V*' 1
am commauded to make the sum of 19446.03
with interest from date of judgement an?l
acruing coats and for this purpose I am com
(Landed to sell the following property, to-wit
l hat certain wharf and appr\?acbt beginning
at the southerly, or lower, end of Man
street thence running in a southerly dircc
tion, about AJOO feet, more or less, to d?ej
water, and known as the Seattle-SkSfira>
Wharf and Storace company s wharf; together
with all the wharf building* and appurten
ances All In the town of Skagwav, district of
Alaska.
Therefore, notice is hereby given that on
Thursday. September the : st, at 2 o'clock,
p. m., o ( said day. In frost of the United State*
court house, in Mil tow n of SHagway, District
of Alaska, 1 will, in otedicnee to satd judgm nt
execution and order of sale sell the above de
scribed property, or so much therx>f, a* may be
neceasary to satisfy ssid plain tin * judgment
with interest thereon, costs, etc. .to the;htghest
snd be?t bidder, for cash, in lawful money of
the United Slates.
JAMES M 8HOUP.
United States Marshal, Division No L.
By H. L. IohjtsoN.
Oft ice l>epnty Marshal.
jj HOTHIide FRANCE j
EURPOEAN PLAN
\ \ HEAIHJUARTKRS FOR jfc
SKAGWAYANS
) J WHILE IK
HAINES
' ' COZY ROOMS? -1 XCi LLF NT \
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j! T. VALFUR( Proprietor i
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NEW
FALL
GOODS
?JUST ARRIVED?
Dress G-oods
Cravenetts
Panamas
Poplins
Eoliennes
Outing Flannels
Table Linen Sets
Tea Cloths
Lunch Cloths
Percals
Hosiery
Underwear
French Ginghams
B. M. Behrends Mercantile Co.
Geo. Blanchard. Manager.
GOLDEN NORTH HOTEL
THC GOLDEN NORTH IS
SKAGWAY'S POPULAR HOTEL
ModkejTImprovikkvts
Fair Tkkatmkxt, Good Sfrvick asp Ratks That awf. Right
Cor. 5th 4 B o?dir*v. 'Phone 90
Cigars and Tobacco
Stationery
and Fishing Tackle
?NEWS DEPOT*
New Books Just Rec'd
Kollti ft A4aila
Tn ai.L whom IT may OIWOBW,
having this day been appointed by the
Hon. ("nited States Comm.wioner and
K* officio Judge of Probate. for Skif
?it IVclnt. Administrator of the
, e<?t.4eof Peter J. Aoderacm, diieaa*'.
nil persons having claim* sgsin?t said
esttt?\are hei-eby noiifld to present
the name to mc within Si* Mooth? from
? his dale at my office with the ita?
Higgins Company, in the Town of
Skagway. Alaska.
l>ated at Skagway, Ala?ka._ this tfie
3rd day of day of August, IWft.
| P. H C.AXTY
Administrator of the eat ate of
Peter J. Anderson, deceased
Pate of first publication A or 4, 19<*>
Date of last publication 9ept. S, l?nR
B?.? St Iw* O* low
The Rainier beer at the Seattle aa
.oon is serred in stelos which are ke|*
on ice Juat the thing in these hot
data.
MOORES WHHRF CO.
Tarmiaaa W. P. * T. tola
An South Stoamn Arrtv* ?*4 0>?i< FimTMi Or?ft
Warrhoaaaa **aa tar daHrarr &t m*reham4\m fraa I a. a.
fVri.habJaa OftLY <Mlrtw?d cm Sanda j or M nfli
All frtifkl a* pmrau iVatiard mtiitowd mmt* to WMMHI kf ft
RHtrrK*"* M*inr?T (pafwa to oN?lee< M U? 0 * tmmemt
offiea) and s?t to toJIrarad batara I p m. ?a fr**fct will to *?
^ufJ rtr vk&rf tfi#r iKii htvr
BAOOAOK- Tnllt ?III to mllaeud a* Oi?rwKO Biaotn Otn.t. ??
rharr* tar to<r? and rMto aarfcrrkad.
Tto wharf (tw ?lll to eioaad M Utv pubila *baa Kww la
dork aod will ha m*>>il aftlf ?tom naaiagiw tor*
Wharf ace Tariff mm to tod na at a?aa aa doak
r. o. Boi m. c. r wymw jouraow. omn up
riw.-.Y.W.raiir?r.i. *? *ySi9Wt*i
I WEDDING PRESENTS
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Nothik'i m *n ire* rod Wkihnko mcRiofT* ??
| f>aidp4iat(d cwm, RavHaad
Chiia or e?8U?
i H. D. KIRMSE,^^r^:?
wcvmn
R?Wa
Commercail
Hote1_^
Whftehefee, V?T.
first Class In fvery
European Plan
Nov to ?kt 11m to f*t rcnrr nan and
lam enrtaioa *aafc?d. TV? Rm ?J 1 mo
il rt i? tnak'itf ? apwioltjr of ifcti work
and U f uaraotooa aoi tafactkm If
i lilldm'i and mtwoa' Krmw hau
greatly mM at Harrtoooa
The?
Bank
Restaurant
Cfcaa. Ptumt.
MEALS. SS60. and UP
HrnarWay. Mar TVrd A'nm
F. R. ALLEY.
? ? WklMkorw. V.T. d
CUSTOM BROKER .
OnnMwr Ibr Taklnf
AMitKl
BILLS OF SALE. DEEDS
?ad *OMr I? ii ibwIi la vrMaf.
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