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WE MEET THE IXT
*?u>Tk'M <?..? M '???? Set
Tk?i l>r I'rHriY
riM DAILY ALASKAN *111 give the peo
ple of Skagway torn* cheap printing. Wc
are tired of those who pretend lo -oaintai.i
. ?vheJj.f of prices but who are tcuetlv
uitti'ig it to ?ecur? business,
Tne*e Is no stabbing in th? back her*, it
it open an above board.
Here are our prices. Compart them with
ot tiers.
(area
Per loco Per 500 ftr 5000
la. 7 5 $1.7? *10.00
?III HrXl
Per 1000 6s *1 75; 4s t) .1$; is $j $oj
23 I4.10.
Per joo ? $1.71; to 00; ti JJ. ?a.Jo
l.nur
Per 1000 Per 500 }ooo Lots
>) jo Sa.15 >14-00
luiratait
Per tooo? >J 7J Pw joo? >i-7j
n>4|rri
l> Per 1000 $a.7J
Kattlefn
Per too?? fj.oo Per joo? l?-oo
(jwrge Mow I has purchased the Interest
of Cjpt F. N Seiberg In the American
Tailors' establishment, anj will continue
as m m iger of the business at the Vime olo
stand. Trade of the public solicited.
OrJers given prompt attention. 12 8 tm
Tne DAILY ALASKAN will be found on
?ale at th? Ho el Northern news stand In
Seattle tf
Muskrjt catx. Ivnx csps. uombat caps,
leatner top, cloth top, silk lined, quilt
lined, storm troof Interlined with extra
ple.e for nasi! eminence, at Clmm &
Co Fourth avenue and State st. t j at tf
Beds and bedding at Peoples'.
H ive your clothes washed at the Cas
cade laundry. Fourth ave. opposite Bran
nl.k hotel. iiiitmj
Elegant reading and card rooms mj?t
convenimtlv arranged for gent'emm at
Kervirs 4 Highlev'* new rtsort, the 'Stand
ard,' at the S> E- c?mer ot Sixth and
State streets. Best imported liquors and
(?gars. q il tf !
A NEW GRAFT.
??w m Wily Yetermn FuolrJ a Co?
ttJtng Mou?ekrep?r.
"The folks at my house." said a
Camp street business man yesterday,
"?re very anxious Just at preseut to
lay eyes on a venerable colored geatle
man who carries a new whitewash
brush and a baggy blue gingham um
brella of about the vlntsge of 1S00.
"An Individual answering that de
scription called la?t Saiurdav and of
fered to whitewash the ^>ack fonoe
and she*ls for i3 cent*. T..UI seemed
rery reasonable. and my wife at once
engaged buu. upon which lie proceeded
to strike her for au advance of two
Iti t f?r lime and other neveasai .es.
' 1- .t Low do I know you'll coom
buck?* she asked doubtfully.
**Thia old luall looked deeply hurt.
" 'Well. missus.' he said. 'ef yo' think
1'ze swine lor (lose on yo' that a way
I'll Jes' leave niy brush in the yard.' ,
?Tbe brash, which was attached to '
a very loug pole. ?..? evidently worth
more than he asked for the Job. and
my wife felt rather ashamed of her
self as the old chap bobMed with it to
the rear. In a moment he |>asscd out.
taming on his antique blue umbrella,
and disappeared down the street. That
was the last seen of him.
"In the course of an hour or so my
wife got suspicious again and went
around the bouse to Inspect the col
lateral. There was the pole leaning
against the wall, but the new brush
had vanished, and the only explana
tion Is that the black rascal carried It
out In his baccy umbrella.
"1 was victimized to the tune of $3
by a petty confidence man a few
months ago. and my wife has been
throwing It up to me with distressing
regularity. Since the whitewash epl
?ode she has held her peace, and I can't
really say that I feel rery vindictive
toward the venerable reprobate."? New
Orleans Times- Democrat
Hot la Holiday *rrs?.
"I suppose you don't think we make
much of a showing." salJ Oom Paul to
the stranger.
"I must say there are not many evi
dences of glory and authority."
"Well, you'll have to come around
when we're not so busy If you want to
see our pomp and pageantry. Tbe poet
laureate Is at work cleaning blunder
b asses, tbe members of the brass band
are practicing at the rifle range and
the military tallon are all working
overtime re-enforcing the cavalry a
pantaloons. You'll have to make a few
allowances."? Washington Star.
What He'd Hare to Leara.
"1 should think a man who wrote
auch an Illegible band as you do would
Warn to use tbe typewriter."
Too hard to learn."
"Nonsense. Tbe typewriter Is easy
to learn."
"Oh. the typewriter la. of course, but
tfs a different matter to learn to spell.
Tou can't end a word with n crooked
line on tbe typewriter."? Chicago Post.
Nearly Kon^o walking
Itlcts !..>? I., [x.rtcd Into the I'uited
States every year
% j'ort-.mr I* (Vutril.
An ink resting story is told sbont *
i\ .n<ns e.-iu u; mill For y?ars nent
t| ilvatit there uvd to be a lurye truct
jt ?'? kin : nr.iirie It whs Kisxt gru
in-,' Kr<>and it dnriuc and alter rati,
i :>>i;ed. i.t>d no e:i knew tue cause
. i) astra'.^?r<|'ii' tly bought thetract
? ..i\ and ann nu -d that b. had a
t. nnne The ceu?? nt lies in the surface
ml in gr it qo.Lii'itin. aud is worth
*lo a uarreL -Si w V?.rk Tri.une
A Ship** reek.
Mnggins. gazing intently at a dead
dog. in a resigned tone at last said
"Here is .mother shipwreck "
??Shipwreck' Where T" blurted oat
Juggins.
??Where, my dear friend?" quoted
M "There is a bark lost forever. "
Juggins growled and passed on. ?
London Fun.
The largest price ever asked and paid
for a single pearl was IMO.OOO. which
was the value of tbe great Tavernier
pearl It is the largest and roost perfect
gem of Its kind known It is exactly
two inches in length and oval shapad.
I PAID BY UNCLE SAM.
fo>u* of IN* Oilt! f'tirnHr* lt>* Gi r
rruiuMtl llua lu Or up.
Lv.'ry one knows that It costs almost
?400.0v0.000 a rut to run the Unite*!
States government In time* of pcaci
and that tb* department of war awl
the nary, the Indian and pension bu
reaus absorb the larger part of thli
ao-ount. but In the course of years ?
large number of dependents upon Ca
rlo Sam's purae have come Into b?Io|
?f which the general public knows lit
tle.
Such. for example, are the Interna
tional bureau for the repression of tb<
African slave trade, located at Brua
*elr, a highly laudable Institution. t?
the expenses of which our government
contributes $100 a year: the Interna
tional bureau of weights and measures
also at Brussels, to which 92.270 Is con
tributed. and the International Geodet
ic association, the expenses of which
oar government shares to the extent
of 71.500 yearly.
As a leading member of a group o(
?at Ions specially Interested In humane
and philanthropic work we subscribe
$323 a year to a lighthouse sen-Ice on
the coast of Morocco, about $4,500 to
be divided among citizens of otbet
lands for service rendered to ship
wrecked American seamen. $500 a yeat
toward maintaining a boapltal for sail
ors at Tanama and $0,000 for keeping
and feeding American oonvlcts Impris
oned In foreign countries.
Among the unfamiliar purposes In
the home country for which money la
appropriated from the federal treas
ury Is the maintenance of the Wash
ington monument, costing $11,520 an
nually. and the provision of artificial
limbs for soldiers calling for $547,000
a year.? Leslie's Weekly.
DANGER in cheap glasses.
4 Great Mur Eye? Rstned br At
tempts at KroDomjr.
Looking back now to the time when
the Itinerant quack doctor and the
wandering dentist spread misery and
destruction over the land, we wonder
at the Ignorance or carelessness of our
fathers In trusting their teeth or even
their lives to hands so untrustworthy.
A very similar thing Is done today l>y
people who buy spectacles or eyeglass
es from men who sell them on the
streets or have their eyes fitted by op
ticians who baTe no qualifications for
doing 'he work.
A surprising number of people buy
their glasses from renders on the
streets Tbey get glasses for 50 cent!
which seem to them Just as good a* a
pair they would pay $5 for having
made on an oculist's prescription, and
they think they have saver I money.
Glasses acquired In all sorts of ways
by Inheritance or exchange from a
friend or even glasses found on the
streets are used to the detriment, even
to the destruction, of the wearer1!
sight.
"People seem to think glares are
like clothes." said an old oculist the
other day. "and If they nre fairly com
fortable and look well they ask no
further questions."
Another way in which people dam
age their eyes Is throng!; carelessness
In trying to remove dust or cinders
from them. They try themselves, a
friend tries a nib. the uearest dnig
store and the nearest optician are cad
Hi on, all before an oculist Is consult
ed. The res alt Is that the eyeball li
often badly tubbed and scraped, and
In many Insttneos permanent Injury li
done.? New tork Evening Post.
One rklld For Each Hoar.
Henry Bloeh. a business man of
Brooklyn, eats breakfast at half past
Resle. goes to breakfast at 13 minutes
to Gabriel and retires for the night at
Achilles. Mr. Bloch has 12 children.
9 girls snd .1 boys. He Is fond of his
family and In order that he might al
ways have them In mind had a watch
made with the miniature photograph
of one of the children In the place of
each of the hours on Its dial. Thus
where the figure 7 would be on an or
dinary watch dial the pretty face of
bis daughter Rosle looks oat. The face
of the boy Gabriel represents 1 o'clock,
that of Freda 2 o'clock and so on
around the dial. At his home Mr.
Bloch has a large clock, on the dial of
which the figures are represented lu
the same way.
The Dearoa tail the Prayer.
-1 didn't like your prayer very much
this morning." Mid a fault finding dea
con to his minister.
"What was wrong with It?"
"Well. In the first place. It was too
Ion it. and then I thought It contained
two or three ezpreaalon* that were un
warranted."
1 am very 1007 It meets with youi
disapproval, deacon." the good man re
sponded. "but you must bear In mlod
that the prayer was not addreaaed to
yoo."? Ohio State Journal.
Wt44llf the Owani.
It la a remarkable fact that watet
which flows naturally Into the gulf ol
California and thence Into the Pacific
ocean baa been virtually lifted acrosi
the backbone of the Rocky mountains,
and now. after being used for Irrlga
tloa. finds Ita way to the gulf of Mexl
co. A number of small streams on tbi
other side of Long's peak, which flow
Into Orand lake and tbence Into tbi
Colorado river, hare been diverted by 1
ditch that flmls its w ay through a past
10,000 feil high Into the bead water
of the Poodre. Some 400 cubic fee
per second has thus been diverted fro 11
the Pacific to the Atlantic slope, when
water la used for Irrlgatlug addltlona
farms In Larimer county. It Is no
strictly correct to say that this watei
has been lifted across the range. Bu
a feat of sinuous engineering has dl
verted It, which amounts to the sam<
tblug.? Deu'cr Republican.
It DUt'l Break.
Wife? You made a mistake, my dear
when In your anger you told Mary yoi
didn't want her to show her ugly mni
In here again.
Uusband? Uow did IT I meant jus
what 1 said.
Wife? No doubt but It was a mil
take to call her face a mug.
IIusband?WelL that's what It la.
Wife? I think not. for when yoi
?poke I noticed that her face fell, am
It didn't break. When Mary dropa 1
mug. my dear, she always picks It U|
In a dust pan.
Modest Self Estimate.
To be a true gentleman a felloi
must be (torn so."
"Thst's a fact. I liked the very flrs
olive 1 ever tasted."? Indiana poll
Journal.
CLSSSIFIFU A-QMKU^VtNTs.
. umJn Ih K*J j) ? Aar Mi* Mft?
SW<" w "H'amttJ." H? ??!? ;*? ttwrf /or #r?l <??
Mw. ox ??< P*r Wmtj J* *?..< i?Mr
IM. Ui? MMhai WtmuJ." ? < .??'
pm Mri N. Wvrtii..) >?*?? .% to
nmoi^M Mali.
mew AMD*
Th? publlshrr of the DAILY ALASKAN
will pav trn dollars reward for the arrest
and conviction of anvone for stealing a
coov, or cooies of this paper from the
prrmises of subscribers.
I OH WALK.
Om-half lot on Fifth ave. near Main.
Oil* R-mlnjton Typewriter. Mitt Lewis,
5th ave.
Furniture of a Ave room house complete,
is good ,<s new, at a bargain. Cor. Broad
way and 7th ave, white cottage, open for
inspection from 10 to 3 p. m. 12 2t tf
Wood or cnal for sale In large or small
. quantities. Leave orders at Burkhard's
store. Prompt delivery. tf
W ANTED.
SI* doj^ at once.' Must be food Ap
\ plv at Green'* hardware store. Sixth
, avenue. t 5 2t
Fast trip to Dawson with At doj trams.
Passengers wanted Can leave immediate
ly. Applv S Filth Avenue hotel. Some
good dogs and 3 pups for sale. I 4 >t
A man and wife first class hotel people
would Ilk; to have -charge of hotel or
boarding house. Address, S. B. Snow,
ALASKAN office. tf
First class cook wants posl'lon out of
| town. Address, R. James, "his office, tf
t'llH MKNT.
Large unfurnished room, suitable for two
| or more gentlemen, with ? r without board.
)lo Broadway- one door south .of Rainier
hotel. I 5 tf.
Armorv Hall. See Geo. Mowl, Ameri
can Tailors. 12 7 tm
I hree-rnom house; furnished, opposite
St. James hotel. Call jt Cheney's Boston
store. t 4 ''
Furnished room; suitable fnr two; cen
trally K- teJ A. , Iv at tills offi.e. I 4 ?t
Footwear repaired, first class material
and workmanship. L. A. Treen, State
near tilth avenue. it 12 tf
Fine cigars and tobacco at the White
Pass store on Sixth avenue. Q 10 tf
Given bv Mrs. Nellie White, room 6.
Fr\e-Brunn building, 5th avenue. 12 22 2w
LE AVE YOUR ORDERS FOR COAL
AND v\ UOl> ?t Anderson's Hardware
store, Sixth and St <te Prompt delivery.
12 24 tm
NOTICE
The following notice hat been potted
on the rikjht-of-wav of the railroad, as
a warn ut anil for the protection of the
publlo.
AH LL PERSONS ARE warned to fcrbear
; g ii|?< u the right of way 01 the
r~c>i-c & Areiic Railaay and Niivlfa lion Com
P n>. m 8lafW?)- AU-kii, lo the summit of
Wi.i.r Pita-, the lut? n ational boundry lint. Any
per* 11 uateliug Ih reou riaka acrioua Injury
?r? m tmliii, nnd particularly fr?>in the rotary i
?Uo? plow, which i? liable to come along at j
any Um- . ai.d Inuu whlc ? It la iiup<aaible to1
keei? ? io?.k ' Ml foi pit ple? n tin- right -of* way
1 iu iroui. Any i**ia - u to tre?i>a?a.ng will be
roMfute l according lo the rimlnal law of
Alaska In aui'h cam* made an I provided, which {
Um ollowa :
' SfceTION 67. That If any peraon other
Ihau an oilicer ? n Ixwiul bn?in*aa ahall go or
tre>, on any lau a or premie in the 1 wful
o* Cu|>aii< n ol another, and ahall lal , neclect or
VgniM to depart thwifioi immeciately and
NHMila awaj ui.til permuted to return, upon
! the vcru.l omiud or wrliieu nolle* of the
owner or per* n in the lawful oicujailou ol
?aid l.i.d* or prvmlaea auch iriap??ers ahall
bedet med gull y of a mla tetueanor, aud upon {
c i.* la .ou tnereo! ahall be punlahed by a tine
?Ol ||M Ibai flfa luf more Ihaa bfly dollars,
and aaall la* column t? d la default of the pay
ment! 1 the nne and coaia imposed, one day lor
each taro doiura ol the aaM flue an i coat*. *
?St.LTION ?>. That priuted or aritten notl
ces, tiuving at Inched thereto, by authority the
name n. the owner or perron in the faariul oc
l < upatlon of aal I land* or premise*, and requir
ing all pet r-on* to forbear t re* pa-iing on aald
land-* an I prenilaea ai d t drpart ihereirom,
1 po? v.i n three c noplciinM dmiiob uMliidi
or premise* nhall be hi Id una deemed to be *ui? !
fl. ieiit prima luele evidence Ot notice aa meu
I Honed in li e laid prcceid ng section. '
PACIFIC & AR' TIC RAILWAY & NAVIOA
I HON COMPANY,
Uy |. P.kOOLR^ Diflaion .superintendent.
n. A. DAT. WALTER CHURCH.
CHURCH A DAY,
LAWYERS.
Notary, Stenographer am) B. C. Com
mi?*ionert (or I Joed ? and Affidu\ it
in office.
, G. Pile* Men ton E. tttvtnt
PRICE A STEVENS
Attorneys and Counsellor*
Fifth Av*. Nmi t? C?urmo?M
C. W. TL R >JER
LAWYER.
OPncE, 1 door ?e?t of City Hall
j Kiftti Ave., Skasrway.
! JXO R. WINS. R. D. WKLDOM
Winn & Weldon
Attorney s-at- Law ,
Prattle# tn *11 cotiru Viftti A to
nod (iepartmeQM ... -T11UI afC,
OR. F B WHITING.
KEI.LiY BLOCK
Office Hours:? 10 a. tn. to 11.
1 3 to 4 p. m. 7 to 0 p. m.
A. DeROUX &CO..M.E.
; j Assayer and Metal urglut
| ? Mining Propertle< K.xamlned and ?
Report -d on
* No. 17 FOURTH AVENUE
Thomas Whitton,
B U. 8. Deputy , Surveyor,
j U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
a City Engineer.
' OfBce, Golden North Hotel.
Lovell and Jennings
' i ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
6th Ave., opp mw po?tofflo?
=d*a Fiesta- '
Room* Enlarged and Improved? Tbe
Cozta-t Card Room* la the City.
Nothing l* Too Good for Our Pat
ron*.
Payne & Peterson
WOLFtheTHILOR
Has Elegant Patterns In
Foreign and Domestic Goods
SUITS $25.00 AND UPWARDS.
PANTS $7.00 AND UPWARDS.
SUITS ON SHORT NOTCIE
ftb AT*. Between llrond wmy anr state
The Idaho Liquor Store
Cor. Third and Broadway -
Carrl >* a full iind complete as?ortmont of the finest brand* of
American ucd Cannd an Champagnes, Hod and Whlto Wlues,
' Liquors and Cordial*. AlsoSound and Eastern Bo tiled Lager Deer.
Price* Iteasonsble. Sjtccial ultontlon to order* for thmlly use.
AU good* delivered Free of Cb rge.
SKAGWAY BREWING CO.
W. P. Matlock. Pre*. R. C. Smith, Sec.-Trca
Manufacturers of tbo Celebrated
R6D STAR BEER *
HiiVr their olttee in ihe wnme biilldlnp
THb IJfnscoy
Be*t of Wine. Liquors and Cigar*. Fine Club Room In ( onnection.
A. Reinert ProD- 3rd and Broadway
The First Stage of the
Nugget Express
will leave Kcnnett for Dawson carrying mall, express and
passengers. Book your passage now and
avoid the rush.' Good accommodations
Comfortable, Covered Sleigh*. Good Tim*.
Full particular* of WM. P. ALLEN, Agent, Broadway, opposite Detwt.
HOW DO YOU
EXPECT PEOPLE TO KNOW
WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL JF
YOU DON'T
SEE WHAT YOUR COMPETITOR
ARE DOING IN THE
DAILY ALASK..N
ADVERTISE ?
The
Northern
Pacific
^^RAILWAY
c
si. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
H I DULUTH
FARGO
GRAND FORKS
CROOKSTON
# WINNIPEG
b I HELENA
BUTTE
SPOKANE
and all other points in the Uultcd
States ami Canada
TBROUGU TICKETS TO
Chicago
Philadelphia
Washington
\'ew York
Boston.
Anc all points East and South, also t?
whli ? ard Japan via . Northern Pa
cific S. S. Co.
? nil Into- mntlon, rule ?, roniri
iMupa,flc., Mppljr to
I. A. NADEAU. Af?nt, Seattle. With.
A T1NL1XO. G?n'l Agtnt. Tftcoma W *.
i b. litiiHl A(i. N. P. R. R. V?Kh. B C
-OR.
? D.CHARITON.
Am Gm I Pin Aft Portland. Ortfoa
CrtAs. S. Fee
Geo. Pass. A|t.
St. Paul, Minn.
Fresh Milk ! Fresh Milk !
1 have Just returned from Oregon
where I purchased twelve of the finest
ahort-horned Durham milch oowa to be
had, and am now prepared to deliver
to any part of the city, the finest of
fresh milk.
Leave order* at Laumelster's butcher
shop or at the yards, corner Ninth and
State.
12-23-lm D. 8CHAFFEB.
The Nome serves merchant's lunch and
1 Keep* Bohemian keg beer on draught. 1 he
choicest liquors and the best Imported ana
domestic dears In the city. Oien day
and night. New building, corner of Broad
way and Mally. "il0>
832Z33Z32E8
?
4
Soo Pacific Line
Days Across
the Continent
By the
'IMPERIAL LIMIT! D"
r.io Fastest and Rest Equipped Vmln
Crossing the Continent
I rain- learing the Pacific Coast Tues
uyi, Thursdays and Saturdays connect
at volt William wiih the palatial lake
ittuineri "Manitoba," "Alberta ' and
? AiPaOasca" acroiw the Great Lake*.
For lull particulars as to rates, time
ami tor ies of R It publication'.
apply to
A. H. BAKER, Agent,
Hi <r,.B(lway 8k?gw?
or to
M. It, Trav. Pass. Agt.
dkagway
E. C'OYLE Asst CJen. Pass. Agt:
Van< ouver. B. C.
THE
Pacific and Arctic Rptlwsv and Nsv.Co
British Columbia-Yukon Railway Co.
TIME TABLE.
In'effect Novembe i, i9v>.
Daily, Except Sunday.
NORTH BOUND, FIRST-CLASS
Ar.
W. Pass. 10:20a.m.
Log Cab. 11:25 a m.
Bot nett.l2;00p.m.
Lr.
8kag way. 8:30 a.m
SKOOND CLASS.
I W. Pass. 2:10 p.m.
3kagwavl2:05 p.m. j Log Cab. 3:18 p.m.
Shops | Bennett. 4:10 p.m
UTI
Lr.
Bennett. 2:00 p.m.
SOUTH BOUND, TIR8T CI.^S
Ar.'
Log Cab. .2:34 p.m.
\V. Paaa. .3:20 p m.
Skagway.5:I0 p.m.
SECOND CLASS
I Log Cab. 6:10 p.m.
Bennett. 5:30p.m. W. Pisa. 7:10p.m.
| i-'kagway 9:05 p.m.
100 Pounds Baggage Free
Full Information tgardlng rates cheer
fully furnished bv any of our agents.
E. C. Hawkins. S. M. Irwin,
Gen. Mgr. Traffic g
C. W. Jovnf, Gen. Agen
Extra sire shirt', P?nts. suits, under
wear. hats, and moccasins at mular
size prices. Clavson & Co., Fourth av
enue and Stats street. 13 >i tf
Pacific Coast S. b. Co
?r?BCI?fwe -?*???. I Unix ? Aluk* liMlf
The corap?iiyj itramen an ^heduled to a/rlve and depart aa <<kio+i
Uav* laava ? i Duo
San Saattlo 'Lmv* W?i
Franc 'CO' ? JuMii Skag'
I 10 ? m ITk ?m. !
Jan 6 Jan V Jan
?' 10 ? 14 "
.. j6 .. 1V ii
.. jq ..
" 25 " 2V
30 Fob 3 I
Dim Sit
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y : sltka '
Laavo
Or?
Ska (way
Saattla
? Tacoma
: s :
Jan. 1
? 0
:ai
?? 2,
? 26
" 31
Fab 6
?' 10]
" 16
'? 2U|
" 26
Mar 2
16 Jan 16
iFeb 4,
.. 8|
'? 14
JW
" 24
Mar 1
" 6
8
" 13
" 18
" 23
" 28
Mar 5
? lo
Feb
Fob
14 Feb 16|
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Mar 1 Mar 2
Jan 10|
16
20
26
SO
4
9
" 14
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.. 24
Mar 1
" 6]
" 11
Jan
Ffb
12
17
22
27
1
?? 6
" 11
ii w
" 21
?? 28
Mar 3
?' 8
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[Jan 16
21
26
31
[Feb 6
?? 10
" 16
?? 20
ii 26
Mar 2
ii 12
" 17
|Jan 19
i. 24
ii 2#
Feb 3
" 8
" 13
" 18
?i 23
?' 28
Mar 6
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StaaMfS call at vary Islaad. Kakhlkan. Wranral north aid aouth bound. Staanar Cottato CMy will
call Victoria, b. C. north and aouth bound.
Tha ahrwaam a r? only aprroalaiata. l or furthtr Information obtain foldar Tha company rawrvaa
r. irt1 y'Uxx" |t??K>ui noiica. staanars. sailing dlrs anU hours o( salllnr,
I KAN It W. Whit k, AutST, S*a??.y, H. K kosiason, Alaska Supt JuMag. A aska
J. K raowBUDGB Pufet Hound Supt.. Haattla. Wash.
OOODALL, PERKINS ft CO. Gonoral Arams. San FranciKo. Cat
Lur* Vancouver, II. C., at
lu:00 r..n. Tuesday. Tiiuoday and Salurdoy
Arrives al N< Mills al IO A ?!.
....WwliMaday, Friday an.l Sunday ....
WINTER SCHEDULE, IN EFFECT DEC. 1, 1899.
Don't bo mUlrtd by wrenu for other linos diszuised a* fellow passengors,
Knre from Vancouver to Seattle only S3. 00 Flrat-Clium
ALASKA S. S. CO.
Steamer DIRIGO. o . .6
Steamer ROSALIE jail. 5
Leaves Moorcs Wharf, Sksgway, for Junesti. Kitihikan.
Wrangle and British Columbia andPugel Sound Ports.
F. E. Burns, Gen. Agt.
Office opposite Arctic Brotherhood i Si J if. 214 Broad wa>
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Canadian Pacific fJavigation Company, Ltd.
S. S. TEES and DANUBE
Danube due Jan. 9 Tees due Jan. 15
Passengers going to Sound ports will be transferred direct on the fast aul.com
modious steam, r ''Victorian" or be allowed from 6 to
16 days' lay-over at Victoria.
Connections made with C. P. Ry., O. N. Ry? N. P. R. R. and E. S. Ry., daily
W? havo the only through line of steamers from B. C. ports,
carrying Her Majesty's mail weeicly.
ThoDANUHE and TEE'S are fitted up with all the late conveniences, i'ho
Paxseugers Transferred lo Seattle Without Extra Chaige
Office 210 Broadwav. II. Ma MMII , tirsl.
Washington & Alaska Steamship Company
THREE DAYS TO SEATTLE
"CITY OF SEATTLE"
Carrying U. S. Mails
Is due January 14
The City of Seattle makes round trips between Seattle and tkagway
every ten days. Unrivalled passenger accommodations.
Steamship FARALLON
Due January 6
Passenger Accommodations First-Claw. The Uest of Service.
A. S, DAUTRICK, General Agent
Tickets for sale at company's olBcc only. Second Ave. and Broadway
Leave orders for wood at;
OOD ! Skagway
Wood Yard
Prompt Delivery s. w. Cor r < e and bond*
? I
Three Hoitrs of . .
Continuous Laiijhter
Clancy
Theatre
B-st Vaudeville Sho *
In Alaska
New Stars arriving on every Boat
Frank Clancy, Manager. Jot Watklns, Prop.
F. S. GRIFFIN
LUMBER DEALER
fard Comer Second Ave. and Slate St.. Sksgway
We will sell this week, before Christmas, to our
L custom-is at greatly reduced price* an elegant line of SILK and WOOLEN
I SKIRTS, the latest style. Silk and Woolen WA1S1S, all kinds. Silk and
}? Moreen and fine quality Sateen Underskirts.
J. PERL, State St. near Fifth Ave.
riOORE'S WHARF CO.
The Only Wharf In Direct Con
nection with the Whlt? Pass Railway
Seven hundred and fifty feet of deep
water frontage, Sheltered from ths
high winds of Lynn Canal. The only
n_ Wharf at which vessels of large ton
nage can lay and discharge at any and all times, BVFor further Information
apply to
C. E. WYNN-JOHN'SON, General Manager, or at office on whari

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