THE STORE WITH THE UP TO DATE
STOCK HAS SUCH PREPARATIONS THAT
ARE GUARANTEED TO YOU OR MONEY
Pine Balsam with Menthol and Eucalyptus
for that Bronchial cough.
Laxative Cold Tablets for the treatment of
Colds, LaGrippe and like affections.
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos
phites, a constructive tonic for wasting diseases
and pulminary troubles.
Wine of Cod Liver Oil with Iron, a Palatable
Food Tonic to build Tissue and enrich the
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites. It is
an effective general Tonic for stubborn coughs
and pulmonary troubles.
San Tonic to stimulate the appetite, improve
digestion, enrich the blood, strengthen the cir
culatory system and vitalize the nerve centers.
Cordova and McCarthy, Alaska
“The Store with the New Stock"
Ti t and
QUALITY <md SERVICE QJ
E. R. GARNES. Proprietor
Residence Phone 101-3
Shop Phone 182
Machine Work of -All Kinds.
Blacksmithlng, General Repair
ing, Horse Shoeing, Oxy-Acety
lene Welding and Cutting.
Office and Shop: City Dock
Out of Town Jobs Given 8trict
GEORGE R. GOSHAW k
NEW YORK—127 W. 27th 8t
NOTICE—A Word To You
At our Seattle office we have opened a buying department for the
benefit of the Alaska trade.
We solicit the accounts of individuals, firms and corporations de
siring closer connection for buying and selling. The service rendered
Is direct; we, at every step, exercise close supervision over all transac
tions, thus assuring accurate and prompt attention.
We are READY, WILLING AND ABLE to buy right, to ship right,
to Insure right—to attend to all matters as your personal agent. Your
enquiries and wants will receive our immediate and most courteous
WRITE US—there Is no obligation. We are Just the business con
nection that the Alaska Trade has been looking for in the buying of
mining, cannery and fishing supplies, drygoods, groceries, cigars and
tobacco, drugs, rubber goods, furniture, household sundries, electrical
goods, gas engines—In fact, anything that grows or is manufactured.
We are also willing and anxious to develop a market for all Alas
kan products. Get In touch with us, giving full particulars, and your
goods will be sold right.
Another interesting relic of Rus
sian days of occupation of Alaska
has been added to the Alaska Mu
seum by the presentation of a brass
plate, believed to have come from
an old Russian grave, by James Rus
sell of Juneau. While it is impos
sible to accurately fix the date of the
plate, it is possible that it goes as far
back as 1800, although it may be of
a later date, according to Rev. A. P.
Kashevaroff, curator of the museum.
Mr. Russell procured the plate
from an old Indian who claimed to
have received it from his grandfather
who was a native of Yakutat. Accord
ing to the story told by this native,
the plate was in possession of his
family long before he has any recol
'The Yakutat post was established
in 1795 by Baronoff and was destroyed
by the Indians in 1905 in reprisal for
the Sitka trouble in 1804. There is
»P record of the names of the peo
ple residing at the Yakutat post other
than those of its three commanders,
Kuskoff, Polomoshni and Larionoi'f.
The latter with the rest of the Rus
sians at the post were killed in the
Indian attack, only Larionoff’s wife
and children boing spared.
There is no name, date, place or
other mark o£ positive identification
by which the time can be fixed. In
scribed on the plate in Russian script
is an epitaph which has been trans
lated by Rev. Kashevaroff as follows:
Being born with a sympathetic and
He hastened along the pathway of
this thorny life.
But first he had experienced two
A bloody war and bold journey
around the world.
Mournful friends in an unpeopled and
Have honored his dust with a warm
and sincere tear.
Relatives and dear ones beyond the
Do not grieve for him, he has been
called by the heavens.
i lie plate has been in the psses
sion of Mr. Russell for about 10 years.
Although its possession originally by
Yakutat natives might indicate that
it came from that place, according to
Rev. Kashevaroff, it may have come
from the Russian post, Nutchek, es
tablished on Hinchinbrook Island in
Prince William sound prior to the
founding of Yakutat, or it may even
have come from Sitka and been man
ufactured there years after the de
struction of Yakutat. The plate is
25 inches high by 15 inches wide and
about one-eighth of an inch thick. It
has been placed on exhibition in the
COW MAKES RECORD
LONDON, Jan. 29 (by Associated
Press) .—Colton Secret III, a British
Friesian cow, has set a new record
for milk production in this country, by
yielding ten and on-half gallons of
milk in 24 hours. In nine months she
has given nine tons of milk or 15
times her own weight.
lYour eyes fitted. Compound and
stigmatic lenses replaced. See Os
The sable is found chiefly in Siberia
TO STAVE OFF
LONDON, Jan, 29 (by Associated
Press).—The British government is
begnining to put into effect its plan
to keep within the boundaries of the
British empire the emigrants from
England, cotland, Whies and Ireland
who want to seek new homes in dis
tant parts of the world.
This empire settlement schemejias
been held in abeyance since the war
because there were so many soldiers
to be repatriated; j>ut the first large
party comprising 1,100 emigrants has
just left for Australia. This party is
under government direction and the
emigrants received a certain amount
of government assistance.
(Sir James Connelly, agent here for
western Australia, announces that for
the next two years 1,000 emigrants
will be sent to Australia each month,
their passage being paid by the gov
The government has openly ex
pressed its disfavor toward schemes
for emigration from the British Isles
to South American countries. In con
sequence, a campaign by Peru to in
duce Engljsh and Scotch to come
there and settle has been abandoned
after hundreds of them had accepted
offers for free transportation to that
PASSAGE TO AMERICA
HAMBURG, Jan. 29 (by Associated
Press). — Stowaways from virtually
every country in the world were found
aboard the Spanish steamer Mar del
Norte before it sailed from here for
the United States. The captain had
to call the port authorities to help him
clear his ship of the unusual number
who were seeking an unpaid passage
Among the stowaways were Eng
lishmen, Americans, Australians,
Africans, Chinese and Indians, as well
as a number of Germans. All declared
they wanted to go to the United
States to find employment.
STRONG FOR "DRY”
STORNOWJAY, Scotland, Jan. 29
(by Associated Press).—The island of
Lewis, the largest of the Outer He
brides, has overwhelmingly voted
“dry” in the prohibition poll taken
For total abolition there were 780
votes; for no change 149, and for lim
itation of drink licenses, 5.
As a result, all licenses on the isl
and will be annulled next May.
Lewis is a rugged Island which
abounds in ancient Druidic structures
and ruined old-time fortresses.
AUSTRIA OPERA PRICES
CONTINUE ON ASCENT
VIENNA. Jan. 29 (by Associated
Press).—Prices of the state opera and
the state theater again have been in
creased until a box at the opera now
costs 288,000 crowns for 200 perform
ances, as against 1,250 crowns in the
old days. ,
The light of Eddystone lighthouse
in the English Channel is visible in
clear weather for 17)4 miles.
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“Whether or not five years from
now you are going to look
back upon the time you could
have saved, and did not, de
pends on whether or not you
“The Bank of Personal Service’’
ALASKA TRANSFER COMPANY
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COAL AND WOOD
day or night
Office, Northern Hotel Bldg. Phone 8.
Sixty Steam-Heated Rooms, Electric-Lighted
Hot and Cold Water in Every Room
With or Without Bath
Dooley & Greenig
Headquarters for Railroad and Mining Men
Satisfaction Guaranteed :: Rates Reasonable
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MR8. J. W. KENNEDY
Chitina - - Alaska
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS POOL TABLE
_ Stock In Connection
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Electric Lighted. Hot Water. Turkish sad Tub
All Alaskan Trails end at the
First Avenue and Pine Street
Nearest to Everything
J. A. FARNHAM and TED TAYLOR, Proprietors
Ted Taylor, F.m,erly Ch..f Steward Steamsh.p Al^aT^
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