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rOWN * J*J!SKN, ? ? PUBLISH <*S JOHN W. TOOT, EDITOR Telephone No. 19 SUBSCRIPTION RAT? OM vMk. J*llT?r*J by carrier )M month. by mall lUrM month*, by mall tta month*. l>y man r*?r by mall ELECT THE DELEGATE It ie hoped. if the IHtwson News cor rectly quotes him, that Senator Dilling ham will chauge his mind before he leaves Alaska sufficiently to cooclnde that the people of the district can elect a delegate In congress that will l>e more representative of their wants and interests than could be secured by any other process. If there ia anything the people of this district do not want, It ia a delegate in congress to be ap pointed by the president or anyone else. The minute that a delegate Is selected by any other means than at an election bv the people he will become the rep resentative of the interests which se cure* the appointment for him and not of the people. Alaskans want awl what they should ha\e ia a man to rep resent them, and if any scheme can be devieed to secure such without making the delegate responsible for his com mission to those whom he represents, it haa yet to be made clear. It is a great compliment to the vari ety of Alaakan resources that it is held by some that interests in the North cover such a range and are of such a magnitude that It would be Im possible for one man to represent the district in congress fairly. However, this objection can be easily surmount ed. Let congress provide for a terri torial legislature in which all the sec tions of the district and those engaged in all the different lines of industry can hare representation and there will be no longer cause to complain. Then there can be a delegate In congress who will have the conclusions of a ter ritorial legislature to guide him aright. ... .? ... i* Chi ... I * K?ery (1st bring* l*tter news from the new strike at the headwaters of the Alsek mer. If favorable news shall continue to come from the new strike the\ are like ly to wake up at Whitehorse one of these mornings without a <|iiorum at roll call. Juneau people seem to have discov er**! a way to defeat the effort to keep the saloons cloned on Sunda\ . HF INSURANCE l<\ I represent the following Fire Insur ance Companies: The Commonwealth Savings and In surance Co.. of Kichniond, Ya. Citizen.* Insuranee Co., of Chicago, Ilia. American Trust and Insurance Co , of Chicago, Ills. Western Union Fire IT'iderwritem, of Chicago. Ills. Fire aiul Marine Lloyds Association, of Washington. D. C. Ami am read) to receive applications and write policies for reasonable amount*. I'hii. Aiikaiiams. Ikl wtjr TowstlU Nolict The first half of 'he priuci|>al and the interest for one vear. ujion the proper ty embraced within I . S. Amended Surrey No. IX is pa> able on or before July i>. 1HU3, at the ultice of V.'. K. Wyun-Johnson on the millaite. Ucm! SkOM! Sh >??' Just received a tiue line of nnU', (allies' and chiWrni> shi***. Prices most reasonable. at W. U. Itobertsou's. A G?ntl*m?n'. Hitort The Pack Train saloon, recently ren ovated. is the best apiwinted resort, strictlv for jfentlt*m?'u. in the North. Only the best of whiskies, wines, beers and'cigars served. Kair and courteous treatment is accorded all patron* and visitors. Corner Broadway antl Sixth avenue, Ska^way. John L? Gage, Manager. Occidental Hot?l Rooms at 25c, 50c, 75c, #1.00 and *?00 per dav, and from *10 to 115 per month. John Williams, I'rop. If you want to tw< well informed on local happenings subscribe for the Daily Alaskan. Phone 1?. Most popular, best equipped, New Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, Y. T. Pur Collarettes, at Winters'. tf Some elegant fine . eollaretUa at | Winter*. I it w>iwmTrrrfrfrrr~~*'-*~*<*~*' PERSONAL MENTION W. J. Anderson, who hM operated for tome time in Atlln, who arrived in the city from the headwater* of Tele graph creek, where he ha* located hy draulic property, left yesterday morn ing for Atlln. Mr. Anderaon aiul eth ers will put a plant on the Deaae lake property nest year. He will return to that country Id a few week*. A. M. Bannerinan, an old *.lme Skag wayan and Dawsonite, arrived on the Amur en route for Daw ion. Mr. Ban nerman quit the Klondike last fall for good, but he haa determined to return to the country. He wan at one time one of the big dealers In feed In the Yukon. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse, baby and nurse, were Southbound passen gers on the Amur. Mr, Nourse has been manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Whltehorse for some time, and has beeu transferred to the South. W. K. Clark, the well known news paper correspondent, with his wife, is ? round tripper on the Cottage City. Mr. Clark's specials from Washington to the Post-Intelligencer, are well read l>v every Northern man, as he espe cially watches Alaskan matters. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Daniels re turned from Dawson on the train last night. Mrs Daniels visited with her parents several weeks and Mr. Daniels was gone 10 days. J. T. Bethune, at one time townslte agent at Whltehorse for the White I'ass but now of Dawson, came out on the train last night. Be went South ou the Amur. Dr. S. N. Cameron was a Southbound passenger on the Amur. Dr. Canierou will visit for some time on the Sound, at Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle and other points. Dr. W. L. Wilson returned from a professional visit to Haines yesterday. I>r. Wilson will oiake a trip to that place once a month hereafter. Dr. Wilson came up on the Vira Kial. Dr. William Brlggs, the London newspa|>er correspondent, arrived from the interior last night and went South on the Amur. A. L. Belyev the Victoria lawyer, arrived from Atlin last night on the train. He took the Amur for the South. \Y. J. Hills, clerk of the United States court, arrived on the Hustler yesterday from Juneau. He returns on the Cottage City. Maj. Kebiger and Capt. Crowley, of the Seventeenth Infantry, stationed at Vancouver. Wash., arrived on the Cot tage City. MissG. Gammon, whose brother Is connected with the B. Y. N. at White hone. came up on the Cottage for a short visit. Father Prefontalne, of the church of Our Lady of Good Help at Sea: tie, with his niece, Miss i'auze, came up on the Cottage City. Mrs. J. E. Chllberg, whose husband is a Seattle transportation man, with her daghter, is a round tripper on the Cottage. Miss O'k'eefe, of Victoria, Is spend ing the summer with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Taylor, at Whitehorte. Judge Albert 8. Moore, of Nome, ar rived on the Cottage City en route then- via Skagway ami I>awson. W. H. Vass, a Vancouver traveling salesman, arrived on the train and went South on the Amur. Miss Hasting, daughter of the mill ionaire lumberman of Seattle, Is a round tripper on the Cottage. P. E. Kern, the jeweler, returned trom U nines yesterday on the Vlra RlaL I * L. M. West went to Whltehowe yt s terday. Eddie Tholine will leave this morn ing for Dawson. Henry Brie arrived .rrom Haines on the Hustler yesterday, Th? Dally Alaskaa has raoal u MMrtaait of Plat* Taxi, tha Ttrj latMt tjp? for mlit; prtntlag. It 1* th? faahloa. litiiKi I tPERIENCE SO YEAM* COOTRMHTa Ac. IRADC MARKV OCSICNS i ?>*nd?ora?ir iUimh*w<J vMtir. ilaftkm of may nMniMc '??uruml. T?rmc. ft ? ?w : lot nonttu. $L Sow ?y?U awdislwi. HttiUd Polto?a*m Com* Capt. J. F. FllutofT, of the Northwest mounted police, stationed at Kort Sas katchewan, arrived on the Amur yester day with 10 men forthe force at White* hone. Major Snyder took charge of the men at this place and will tako them to Whltehorse this morning. If you want to gain entrance Into the homes of the buying cIil**, place your advertisment in tM Dally Alaskan. SKIN TORTURES instantly kchcycu oy Warm Baths with And gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, the great skin cure and purest of emollients, to Ik- followed, in ?evere cites, by medium doses of Cu ticura Resolvent Pills, to cool and cleanse the blood. This is the purest, sweetest, most speedy cure for tortur ing. disfiguring, itching, burning, scaly, crusted and pimply humours, eczema, rashes, itchings. irritations and chafings, with loss of hair, from infancy to age, yet compounded. Mn.uo.Mi era ConcriA So*r. uaiittd by Cl-ncm* OlNTMI.TT. for iirw-iflnj. purify )?f tad twHllfylng ihr akin. ? alp. balr. and kaada for bobjr rubra tod Irritation*. and for *11 tk* purpuM* of tii? toilet, balb, md Miaorj. C?ii<ura to?p, Olntniont IMU* are ?..M UrovctKHii tb? world. Brftlah iwY-i Cbartarbouar S*j., I.?d<1uu Prt-nch Dr|*ot: 5 Kim d? la Ptoti. Pari* r<?VTKIt l?Rl?J AND Cum. c w.. feu i isA "Under Two flags" THE SUMMIT White Pass Hotel Best Accommodations for Traveler* BEST WINES. LlyUORSA CIGAttS and Finest Mountain Scenery FRANK JOYCE, Proprietor, me Monogram The Only Exclusive family Liquor House In Alaska Agents For A. 6. C. BOHEMIAN and PACIflC BRftVING GO'S BOTTLED BEER. il 1 101! Free Delivery. Telephone .14 Latter K. KirKpAirU'K jonn vi. i rire Klrkpatrick <5c Price Atlorneys-at-La* ?30-32 Lumber Exchange, Seattle, Wn. R.W.JENNINGS, Attorney-at-Law Office:? Room 7, Kail road Untitling SCMP TRfAIMTM PARLORS Ladies' and Gentlemen Diseases of Hair anil Scalp a Specialty Mm. Thompson, 4th ami Main. Office Hours ? 9 to 12; 2 to N DR. W. R.WILSON, DENTIST 5th and State St. over Wollaml's Tailor Shop Crown Bridge Work a Specialty Will visit Haines first FlUDAY, SAT UBDAY and SUNDAY of sach month Eart&Wilson's Latest Sty]es ot COLLARS AND GUFFS 25c Each or $2.75 Per Dozen Just Received on SS. Spokane $1500 worth of the Very Latest Creations in Hen's Neckwear, Hosiery, Shu ts and Gloves See the new "Ping Pong" Collar and "Midget" Four-in-Hand Ties, they are beauties. All our goods are new, and we carry the most complete and up=to-date stock of Furnish ing goods in Alaska 15 Cases of Ladies and Children's Shoes will be opened on Monday. MARTIN CONWAY STEAM KR [Accommodation Boat] SK AG-WAY HAINES and way porta Leaves Moo res Wharf at 10 a. m, Sharp Leave* Haloes Convenience of Public DAILY timer A. Friend, Apt, Alaska S. S. Co. 8TEAMEU RUSTLER Carrying U.H. Mall leaves Skagwav at 7 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays of each week For Haloes Mission, Juneau anJ Way Porta J. P. FAIRBANKS, A^ent 216 Broadway, Phone 90 Canadian Pacific fly. Co. Dlrcct Service, No Intermediate Call, to Vancouver Victoria Tranaferrinff to Seattle! No Extra Charge JoJy IS Sailing at 6 p.m. July 14 f or Speod. Comfort, Service anil ! ' Appointment Those Twin Screw | 1 Steamer* I 'annot be Equaled. For ) W Information Write or Apply to | H B.DUNN , Aft.. SK AG WAY ^ THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE Paolflo and Arctlo Railway and Navigation Company Brlllith Columbia Yukon Itallway OompanjJ British Yukon Railway Company. TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7. 1901. (Dally Except Sunday.) No. J. N. B No. 1 N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4.31? 2nd claM- 1st class. 1st class 2nd class 8 30 p. m. tf 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 15a. m. 10 30 " }?m}" " WHITE FAS9 " 3 ^ " " 2 10 ? 1140 a.m. 1145 " " LOO CABIN 2 10 ? " 1 00 " 12 20 12 35 } '>',m " BENNETT " } ^ | p.m ?? 12 20 p.ir. 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 SOa.m " 10 20 " B 40 " 4 30 " AR Whitk Horsk LV ? 30 " LV, " 7 00 ?' Passengers must bo at depots In time to have Baggage Inspected ard checked. Inspection Is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train. 150 pounds of baggape will be checked free with each full fare ticks and 75 pounds with each naif faro ticket. High Grade Liquors and Cigars ?SgThe Pantheon J. Pktkrson & Co., Props, Corner Broadway and Fourth ??e Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. I CD. SAFETY, COMFORT Seattle, Puget Sound, Sad Francisco and Southern Ports CARRYING D. S. MAIL Cottage Gitv * July 14 ( Calif at Victoria ) Sity of Seattle - Julv 18 ( Calls at Vancouver ) Topeka ? ? ? Julv 11 ?A. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notloa. L M. WEST* Agent PHONE 60. C. 0. DUNA\'N, Gen- Pass. Agt 10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. The Alaska Flyers ? ITWIIN BKAOWAT, JUNEAU. DOUGLAS, KETCHIKAN, AND SEATTLE Tr.n.f.r, to VICTORIA aed VANCOUVER DOLPHIN JalyXX HUMBOLDT FARALL0N DIRIGO July 24 Julf SO All Steamers Carry U. S. Mall and Alaska Pacific Express ALASKA STCAM8H1P CO. ELMER A. FBI END, Agont. Phone M 7VVOORES WHARF CO. Terminus W. P. Jc Y. Route All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drck REGULATIONS 10OS Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. S. customs office) and must be delivered before 6 p. m. No freight will be re ceived on wharf after this hour. BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Check kd Baugaok Oni.t. No charge for bags and ifrlps when unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to tno public when steamer Is nearing dock and will be opened only when passengers havo disembarked. Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. P. 0. Bo* 175. C. E. WYNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. Get prices at the Alaskan, office for your job work.