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! CHRISTMAS Presents to your Friends in j the States. Get them at L BROWNELL’S HWD. STORE j R __& Local Briefs S v.ini New-. Stand. The readme n<oin and chape) i> be* ir.y* *i.ted up and "ill soon he ready tor occupancy. I. avc your treasure for a >uit of clothes at Brown »v Hawkin'. .Vm sam ples to ch'iose tr »m. The ..-cine light hoy > an making r.:oio wit'u tlie work ot en ht'vhm tae'.r lutihiinv! for the recep tion ot the t. *w etmiUe which i> ex pected on tin next steamer. A ' it tie poo c >:-u makes a ore' even ing >''em short. !•> cents p,-r package at the Commissary. Anton KG. the mail carrier be tween Sc v. a rd ano Satirise, hut this p ... m. his ini.iai tii;» on the 1st in a ant. He iiad ft pounds of ma il and travels w it it doy shod Finest line ot /audios ever brought this far no til at tlte News S and. .) A. Watson, who i> to accompany \V. A HmeUU* to tlte interior while looking up fore-try matters for the Government, has been here since the Santa t iar a arrived. Messrs Lamrille and Watson will to main until tite next steamer ot tin* Alaska Commercial line sails for the south Brown vV Haw xins agents for Chase vV Sanborn's hie it grade cotTee. Bus Nelson has quit teaming. The re moval of all the stmnps in the prin cipal streets was one of the causes. A a stump dodger Gas was a success and if a two foot log was across the road and no means of getting around it. i hi* was happy. When all the stumps were removed Bus laid down the reins and quit. Drink KoJgers English breakhuit tea brewed in our m w individual tea pots. See them at the Commissary. It is worth on'‘" while to drop.into the hotel de Coleman dining room at meal time and notice the waiter dress ed in immaculate garments of snowy whiten*", clothed in such dainty tog gery. with a seraphic -mile adorning hi^phiz. D. J. (lot-man. handy man and hi'eait shooter reminds one of on angel, all tnatis lacking i-* a pair of wings. Late stive in huts and caps at Brown A Hawkins \Y. A. Ltnifille. of the I’.S. Bueauof Fores; r v. is ushio* the parlor of The Mc Nei!e\ as an odiee while making up Ids report o;i?!h* Norton Bay country, east • Nome. Mr. Lre.diie lias kindly con ' nte-i to ifive way readers an idea »; the work that l:e is performing in Alaska, This article w ill apjiear dur A.tr tin; oresent month. i !i ».■ .v Said orn coffee a? Brown V. Hawkins. Further improvements on the North t ii huitdin^ at the northeast corner t Fourth avenue and Washington j s reef will soon under way. The restaurant room will soon l*e enlarged .::11i 1 it covers a space L’o.\t;o feet. Larger private Imixcs will he put in re t a regular dinii _r hall established, 'die lunch co.mt-r will still In* a 1 • ir* ol tie* place. Lp stairs, over t Northern suloon. eleven nicely I shed sleeping rooms have just been completed, each room is papered and provuletl with an electric liyht. tlo into the Seward News Stand for Chr stm.ts floods. _ T* -3 3 -3- 3 -3 -3 -3 3 '-3 STw y ■ *0 • ,*0 ■ 0* - tt*' m» • ^ • *0 • ^ M V *t Seward it «» /»> it News Stand £ m it l}\ Periotliciils (ft f|\ Stationery (|) m\ Tobacco jf\ /m £i«a.rs #r "• Car (tv W Fruit W ScuriosS (ft Also :in s"Ortllli’Ilt of *t staple patent medicines It $ W. ROBF. HILDRETH iHL Proprietor \^j ^3 3 3 -3 -3 3 --3 -3 '-3 '-3 Old Tuck Uoy cranberries -*>c per lb. at the <'ommissarv. I>r. (’. T. Dayyett. who spends part ! I 'stiii -' in Seward. |’racticiny bis profession of dentistry, was recently married at Valdez. Full particulars of the happy event are not at band, but as the tlatewa.N and the din*lor are : laki,nis. it is presumed that the next > a: from the south will briny a piece of vveddiuy cake if nothiny else, Latest books, mayazines and papers at the News Stand. Nelson brothers, the pioneer trans-1 for men. nwl its accommodating jfen t.rmiii ;in t eer d«divernd a load ol -applies to a customer, have sold theis 1 asiness tu Messrs Christianson vV i tnilriek. who "ill hereafter give the ' me attention to orders that their, I vdeees- v- haw. Messrs Christian - >1 a Ivimlriek's business rat'd appears ia another column. Fathe McNeiloy, of the local Wal (i >rt-.\sturia i> in a bad way on account id the non arrival of a new hotel re-, lister ordered months ttjfo. For some I tune quests have been compelled to | siyn their names on blank paper orj any old thiiur. by and bye Mac will have an autograph hook with inkwell cash register and telephone attach ment. lie i> bound to be up to date when he ran secure the materials. Ral Masque Then* will he a masked hall on the 111. at Moure's hall, proceeds to be "iveii for the bent lit of the Seward public school. One hundred tickets have been printed, which are being sold at $lo>0 each. Two prizes will be ;i warden], one each to the best sustained c ha rue-1 rer, lady or gentleman, these prizes an on exhibition at the Seward News Company** store on Fourth avenue south. Sunday Dinner at the Moose Cabin Cafe Dinner will he served at the Moc§e 1 Cabin <'a’e. Sunday, from :» to S p. m. I tegular Dinuer oO cents, Turkev Din ner T*» cents Ice cna n an lcake with Turkey dinner. MENU Soup ('ream of t >x Tail Salad Potato with Mayonnaise dressing tntroes Minced Ha:n on 'l'o i>t Ho-t >n ( ream Toast Vegetables Baked Macaroni and Tomatoes Mashed Potatoes ereaiued Boiled Le«r of Mi tton with C.tpre Sauce Roast . ’rime I lib" of Beef Turkey with Cranberry Sauce Pudding Cream < 'usturd Pie Breen Apple. Mince. Pumpkin Lady's and children’s artio for sale at th< Commissary. WANTKP: Man to do assessment work on placer claim for interest in property, claim adjoining townsite in* tplire at this office. Sunday Services Sunday School at 2 j>. in. Song and 1 ‘raise service at 7:30. Regular sermon by Missionary L. 13. Sly at 7:4o,subject I “Christ’s Invitation to the World." All are cordially invited to all these services at Dr. Sleem's hull. More Alaska Tin News from Lost river. York district, is to the effect that Crim. Uandt «k O’Brien, the original discoverers of quart/, tin in that section, have recent ly struck a tine ledge of tin in the Ida Belle claim. The vein, is said to be a true tin quart/, vein, in the right for mation, and the owners are highly eluted over the discovery. Hitherto the only tin quart/ they have been able to find has been in “stringers." but they Hie satisfied now that they have found the real thing. This firm' will ship to the States this hill about 20 tons of tin quart/., and a thorough test of it will be made. Work of development will be prosecuted the entire winter. A good phonograph for $7.00 at .the News Stand. - '"",l — There Are Others But none of them try quit/;** «'• we do to protect a reputation made invalid11* «ht-ough yeahs of experi ence in Alaska outfitting. Our stock is largo, j»« (,f ''L'h grade, so you need not worry as to the quality ',r -V()U1‘ cqche when it is too late to replace it. If vou should send ai ,,"1“ '''r goods to us. and the draft or monev order vv:'n"»v Uian the amount of the t.ill we would not be so picsumptnous as to increase y out' order, hut would return t ><>“ '»ank draft for the dif ference. \ LOUCH, AUGUSTINE & CO. Grqcers and Alaska Outfitters SEATTLE ' WASHINGTON _ in i m_ii»m ~~rrrr- j’•r:» -jrr .j.—.n■’~.x%nnrsvamnra%nrii&& Kilbourne It Clarke Co. i)kai,i;:ks in General Electric Supplies t \\V carry the largest >■' M"'' north of San Francisco. Agents for Gardner Eectric drills. sf.attlf office san fiewcsoo. < aufohnia sir, sk( 'ond avk. sf.attlf, Washington. 6 This space reserved for the BOARDOf TRADE Fourth Avenue F. V. THOMAS, Prop. ASHLAND-HOUSE AND BANK SALOON Wines, Liquors and First-class Furnished Rooms Fourtlj Ave.,Opposit Alaska Central Commercial Co. Restaurant in connection. ROBT’. ASHLAND. Proprietor Aalska PacificN av igation Company CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS Str. “EXCELSIOR" Sails from Seattle lirst of each month for Juneau ‘SftJca, Kavak, Vnkutat, Valdez, Sownrdc Inlet and way ports. Sails from Seward for Valdez, Seattle and way ports about the |2th of ea h month. S.tr “SANTA ANA” Sails from Seattle Kith of each month for Juneau, Sitka. Kayak, Yakutat, Valdez and Seward. Connects at Valdez with Str. Dora, for rnulaska am way ports. Sails from Seward for Valdez, Seattle and way ports about the 28th of each month. S.tr “DORA" Sails ft m Seward for Unalaska and way ports 27th of teh month. Connecting at Valdez with Str. Saita Ana. Right to change steaners or date of sailing is reserved E. E. CAINE, PRESIDENT. d. F. TROWBRIDGE. GEN'L MGR. OENERAL OFFICES 618 FIRST AVE.. SEATTLE. WN. C. W. MILLER. ASS.T MGR. E. R. GRAY, AGT. VALDEZ. ALASKA. SEWARD. ALASKA Alaska Commercial Co. ms BERTHA Sails from Seattle via Juneau, Tenth of each month >, Sails from Seward via.human. Twenty-second of each month. DUE NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN OF FUTURE SAILING DATES Passenger Service unexcelled For Rapid Delivery of Freiglt; and for Passenger Rates aud Berths ,\ >ply to CHARLES I BROWN, Agt., At Brown and fi4 vkin’s Store... SEWARD. .ALASKA San Francisco Office, Seattle Agency, 84 Yesder Way 310 Sanxome St. JAMES (JARROLL, Seattle A^t. Yakutat Lumber Co. -Fellers in All kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles. Both Washington Fir and native Spruce. Full lifl* of Sash and Doors Mills at Ballard, WasPQaton and Yakutat Alaska — -^■■ F. S. STIMSON, President. W. M. SAUERS, Mgr. - 1 . •’ <-■ ■'**** 1 DR. C. T. DAGGETT DENTIST S. K. (.'or fourth Ave. ami Wushlnirton St. SEWARD - - ALASKA H. H. HILDRETH NOTARY PUBLIC U. S. COMMISSIONER SEWARD - - ALASKA M. P. BRANSFIELD NOTARY PUBLIC SEWARD - - ALASKA CRARY <Sc OGDEN ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW MINING AND CORPORATION LAW 3!4 PIONEER BUILDING SEATTLE - - WASH. R H. KEMP, M. E. Over years experience in the Enitod States and Eritish Columbia. Careful, trustwor thy reports. References fill - nished if desired. | SEWARD. - - ALASKA p.H. KARFSTEDT WATCHMAKER SEWARD • - ALASKA Chas. Crawford (General Hlacksmithing and Horse Shoeing Sixthaqd Washington Sts., Seward. Ala CHARLES TECKLENBURG WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Only Pool Tables in Seward Bon Ton Barber Shop AND BATHS RAZORS HONED E. W. YOUNG, Prop. j Near the Doik .SEWARD. ALASKA Christianson & Kindrick Successors to Nelson Brothers TEAMING ANDDRAYING Give us your order for STOVE WOOD COAL DELIVERED SEWARD - - - ALASKA GOULD & CONNER -PIONEER BARBER SHOP and BATHS. PORCELALNTUBS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Private entrance to baths for ladies ALASKA CENTRAL RAILWAY Operated by The Tanana Construction Co. TIME CARO Leaves Seward 6:15 a. m. Arrives, “ . 1:45 p. m. Leaves “ 2:00 p. m. Arrives, “ 6:30 p.m. ■■ ■ ■ "■* ■■■■ ■■ v. . Main office, Denny Butlding, Seattle, Wash. Operating headquarters, Seward, Alaska.