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* ENAMELED WARE We have just received a very large line of the best Blue and White Ware, triple plated acid proof AT POPULAR PRICES BEFORE YOU GO OUT HUNTING CALL AND SEE OUR LINE OF Amunition and Sporting Goods It is the best to be had and we have lots of it e * O flrSO OO 0 Or^Or^^Or O0OO Crfc$tofc?fc#$0? M g ? 2 O ? Jft o ft best glass of o> o o o Or ft Q <* O O <* <0 ft ft ft Or ft 4 ?* Rainier Beer on Douglas Island AT Douglas Opera House WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ft & * ft fit ft <* ft ft ft ? ft ft * w ' ft ft iSf g i w <r-oC>90$$oo oo ooftftfto-oooooooo ?oft.o o o v 0 fc fc ^ ^ ? sft o j*ft $ ft & o ft $ STEAMERS FOR ?l^n i-"^3 ^ ,f*>. ClEalSa # Tacosna Victoria, Vancouver, Anacr.rtes, Bellingham E\::ret!, Olymp'a, Port Townsend, South 3elib?ham, ' Eureka, Santa Barbara, Mesico Angeles, San Diego San Francisco, Los r%s*& a W. ANDREWS, G. A. P. D. C. D. DUNANN, G. P. A. 1 13 James St., Seattie 1 12 Market St., San Francisco Right reserved to chcncc tnss Schedule NEXT SAILINGS WILL HE COTTAGE CITY Northbound, March 2, 14, 26; April 6, 17, 28 Southbound, March 3, 15, 27; April 7, 18, 29 For information regarding: passenger and freight rates, apply to R. R. HUBBARD, Agent. Alfll Filil I UMII c?. LOUIS G. THOM-YS, Manager. | Manufactures 1 all kinds of.. ***** ?i and Caskets f OUT OF YELLOW CEDAR Special Articles of Furniture Made and Guaranteed. Cbe Canteen * AGTS FOR WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS Olyttipia Brewing Company ...Hlaska flyers... ??? Between Seattle, Ketchikan, Doug las, Juneau and Skagway. Due to arrive at Douglas : Jefferson Northbound, Feb. 10, 23, March 7, 19, 31 , April 12 Steamers and sailing dates subject to change without notice. This is tho only line of steamers calling reiru Jurly at Douglas both North and South bound Elmer E. Smith, Agent, Douglas, Alaska The CITY BAKERY GEO. R1EDI & SON, Props. BOH We have the reputation of pro ducing the best bread in Douglas Sanitary Bakery Methods FREE DELIVERY I Parties supplied with made-to order dainties. Your Patronage Solicited i JUNEAU FERRY AND NAVIGATION CO FERRY TIME CARD LEAVE JUNEAU For Douglas and Treadwell: 8:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 11:00 a. in. 1:00 p. m. a:uu p. ai. 4:30 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m. Sundays only 9:00 p. m. LEAVE DOUGLAS For Treadwell: 8:15 a. m. <9:15 a. m 11:15 a. m. 1:15 p.m. 3:15 p. m. 4:45 p. m. 6:45 p. m. 8:15 p.m. 9:15 p. m. Sundays bor Juneau: 8:80 a. m. 10:45 a. m. 12:05 a. m. 1:45 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 5:05 p. m. 7:05 p. m. 8:30 p. m. 9:30 p. m. LEAVE treadwell For Douglas aud Juneau: ? d.ok 8:25 a.m. 10:35 a.m. 1*2:00 a. m. 1:40 p. m. 4:55 p. m. 6:55 p. m. 8:25 p. m. 9:25 p. m. Sundays Trip made to Nevada Creelc? Mondays and Thursdays, leaving: Juneau at 9:00 a.m. Sundays S:00 a. m. trips omitted The Northland The Latest News, from Reliable I Sources, Concerning the Great North. Condensed. Information for Everybody. Skagway had a near-flood last week, j caused by the sudden warm spell. Au exchange says there are uo sa loons in tbe Lditarod. What a knock. Chandiar quartz is looking up. A three-stamp mill has been scut iuto the district. Rev. M.H. Jackson, an Atlin preacher, has got chilly pedal extremities and gone South. Beginning March 15th, the stage fare from Whitehorse to Dawson, has been ; raised from 380 to $100. George Drybaugh, a sailor, was drowned at Ketchikan March 12th, by the upsetting of a dory. Through the consolidation of the newspapers of Fairbanks', seven pi inters were thrown out of work. An exchange asserts that feeding dogs raw ooligan will either drive them mad or kill them outright. Private individuals have expended in the neighborhood of $50,(K)0 on wagon roads in the vicinity of tfnik. The mercury registered 11 below at j Afognak last month. This the coldest wit.hiu the memory of the oldest inhab itant. It is perhaps worthy of note that a fire insurance company doing business at Skagway promptly paid a loss of suo. The "government" is contemplating the construction at Carcross of an in dustrial manual training school for Indians. Both the DeGroff and the.Mills mines on Chichagof island are working full blast. The mills started about the middle of the month. The steamer Northwestern, which was squeezed in the ice while on her way to Nome last June, has been re paired at a cost of 8150,000. Deputy Marshal BrightwelJ, of Cor dova, announces that no matter how disreputable the place, liquor cannot be sold in that town without a license. The case against May Finu, who was j ajre&ted a^ Circle and taken to Fair- 1 banks on t Lie charge of selling liquor without a license, ha3 been dismissed. I Warm weather has put the skaters and curlers out of business at White horse and almost ruined (he winter trail. In some places the water is running over the river ice two or three feet deep. Capt. William Hemy Ferguson, who at one time had interests on Seward peninsula, has experienced a change of heart j-iuce going to Washington, D. C. lie is now very much in favor of a com mission form of government for Alaska. S. H. Graves, president of the White Pass & Yukon railroad, is back from a six-months' visit iu Europe, and au uounces that the ouly improvements i planned for the coming summer is the completion of the Whitehorse. branch. | Robert Stein, a contributor to a Washington paper, conceives iu his imaginative brain, an idea that the ^United States should trade that strip , of laud in Southeastern Alaska kuowu as the "panhandle" to Canada, in re turn for which it should receive that strip of country lying between the liOlh and lilst meridians. This pro posed territory, Steiu declares, would correst a geographical moustrosity. r\n Ol?\ of ^eadac^e9 are caused i V /O by Eye strain; can be cur- 1 ed permanently by proper fitted glasses [. J. SHARICK. opticiak JUNEAU ?** t?i i Foreign and Domestic Woolens in Stock Z I F. WOLLAND MERCHANT TAILOR jj JUNEAU, ALASKA If the press dispatches report cor rectly, Clarence Cunningham has ad mitted to the committee that he made incorrect statements in the documents he signed at the Juneau land office, and that he had attempted to conceal the interest which the Guggenheims had in the claims. The vessels of the Pacific Coast Steamship company operating in Alas ka carried 10,102 passengers daring the year 1909. This was a gain of 5,080 over ? 1908. In the transportation of freight the Alaska business of the company in creased from 77,984 tons iu 1908 to 9J, 92G tons in 1009. W. 11. Nichols and George M. Savage have incorporated the Pacific Barge company, with a capital of $10,000, and have purchased three barges to estab lish a line between Tacocia and Alas kan ports as far north as Nome, after the style of barges ou the Atlantic coast and the Great Lakes. A slab of quartz plated with gold is the remarkable occurrence in nature which has been takeu from the working tunuel of the Gold iiulliou Mining Co. during the winter. The piece of quartz is about 18 inches iu length and about a foot in width, and viewed from the gold side it is literally plated with the yellow tnetal. ? Seward Gateway. ^ A Seattle paper says that since L. H Gray & Co. relinquished the agency for the steamship Humboldt, Mr. Gray hag been looking over the field to learn whether another boat would prove re muoerative. He declared that the out look is satisfactory, in view of t he in creasing business to Alaska points, and is desirous of being early on the grouud. A Seward doctor named Hums went dowu to Seattle for a visit. There >. some one promptly stole his overcoat. This made Burns hot. Shortly after he saw a coat on a citizen of the .Spirit City that looked like the one he had lost and the doctor grabbed the wearer by the neck and told him to peel it off. Bat the Seattle citizen proved that the coat he wore was his own and has sued the Seward man for- $10,000 fur mussing up his feelings. The Fairbanks Times prints the fol lowing: Word has just been received from the Koyukuk of one of the richest strikes vet made iu that district. The Haley & Shook claim near the mouth of Vermont creek, which is tributary to the Hammond river, is reported to be I lie richest ever. One siugle pan yielded $?100 iu dust. Sixty pans went $00. In two days' panning, 82,100 worth of dust was realized. The paystreak is 40 feet wide. Ten dollar paus on each side are common. This report is authentic. jtineau Steamship ?o. U. S. MAIL STEAMER Electric Lighted Steam Heated LEAVES .JUNEAU For Funter, Hoonah, Gypsum, Tenakeo, Killisnoo Chatham and Sitka at 8 a. m. January 2, X, 14. 20, %: Feb. 1, 7, 18, 19, 25; March 3, 9, IS, 21, 27. Fox* Killisnoo and Sirka di.'ioaj Jan. 12, 24; Feb. 5, 18 . March 14, 2(5 For Tyee and Karanof: Januarys, 20; February 1, 13? March 9) 21. For Sanitarium (Sitka Hot Springs): Jan. 2, 14; Feb. 1, 13; March 3, 15 For Skagway and way ports: January 0, 12, 18, 24, 30; February. 5, 11, 17, 23; March 1, 7, 13, 19, 25, 31. Sailing dates subject to change without notice WILLIS E. NOWELL, Mgr. 1L S. HDDSOX ALEX T. SELSOS" THE DOUGLAS HOTEL HUDSON & NELSON, Prop'rs DOUGLAS, ALASKA Rooms by th? Day, Week or Month. Steam Heat. Electric Lights V Bar in Connection ?SPECIAL BRANDS? Seal of Kentucky Bonded Whiskey. Barclay '7G. Maryland Rye. ^ Careful attention given to all orders.