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JOHN W, TROT, EDITOR row.s A JEN9EN, ? - PCBLISHKIU. j Telethon* No. if. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om w?*k. d?ll?*rwl by c*rrl*r. .. Oh month, by MO Hitm month*, by null ?tx months, by man... cm y*ar. by mall MS .. .n .. L> ? IH .. II The multitude of those in the North awl elsewhere who are pleased to be called friends of Gov. Swineford, would rejoice if there were more merit in the criticism the Juneau Record-Miner tie stows upon the story of the illness of that great old man. liowever, the Daily Ala kan is in receipt of a letter dictated by Gov. Swineford, which con firms the report. But it will cause much relief to know that the stalwart champion of the Alaskan people is re covering and, in all probability, will continue to wield hW pen and to Use his spleodid abilities in thei behalf for many years yet to come. .^L! 1 The activity of those who have been booming Senator Hanna for the repub lican nomination for the presidency was probably responsible for the meet ing which took place last week at the White House, at which Senator I'latt. New York's "easy boss." Gov. t>lell and President Roosevelt buried the hatchet, and. if accounts are irae, agreed that the former should continue to be the republican state leader. Odell should be re-nominated for governor and Roosevelt should have the support Tention. The Juneau Record-Miner says luOO people get mail at the Skagway postof government records the Skagwav |"Ost office does more business than that at Juneau. There is more mail matter handled at this place and the cash re ceipts are larger than is the case at the town down the channel. The Chicago strikers have come to terms with the operators. Through the efforts of Mayor Carter Harrison, the difference- will I> ? submitted to arbitration. All the striker*, except those who have been guilty of Using violence, will be taken back into the ft r vice. This will include nearly all of those who were out of work. "There lire .1 Utt of old pioiM Eastern Washington. Kastern Oregon and Northern Idaho who will not fully appreciate al. the fine romance the -Se attle papers have been weaving around Chief Joseph. To tli* Sick Ptopls Our pure wines will do you good. They are recommended for invalid-. Come and try them ami be convinced. The Monogram Liquor Bouse. tf Mackinaw suit* S3 to at W H. Robertson's. Baths at the Portland Lodging House, 25c; new porcelain tub. 10 3 lmo Spring chicken at the Pack Train restaurant. SaVAV.V.'.V.V.V.VAV.V.V.'. !?Pullert House?;; Foot of Sixth Ave. ; Most Elegantly Furnished HOUSE IN ALASKA > and Cold \Vater, Porcelain ?? ] Bath Tubs ami 1 'stent *? CluseUt on Each Floor. I *1 1 Board or lioora !'v ihiv, Week or *. Month. Bates Reasonable. MRS H. S. POLLEN. Prop. %?VAV?V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V% ONE BURNED Fort Gibbon Fire Not So Bad as Reported A special of November 23 in the Ore gouian, from Vancouver barracks. Wash., says: The telegraphic account of the fire at Kort Gibbon, Alaska, received at de partment headquarters, showed that the damage done was not as serious as at lirst anticipated, only l no warehouse and one set of !>arracks, being burned, t Kort Gibbon was originally built for two companies of infantry, and sui plies and provisions for that amount were stored in two warehouses. At present it is garrisoned with only one company of the Kighth infantry, and eight hospital corps men, under the commaod of Capt. Gerhan.lt, and the supplies now on hand are sufficient to carry them through the winter. If all the stores bad been destroyed hardly any of the garrison would have esca|>ed death, as Fort Gibbon is 700 miles from the source of supplies. Coma it tat Extends Thank* The committee of the Ladies of the Maccabees which had charge of the production of the minstrel performance [ and dance on Thanksgiving eve desire, in this way, to extend their thanks to those who participated in the perform ance and who contributed toward mak ing it the social and financial success it was. Mrs J. D. Stixkbauc.h, Mrs. Joskph McKenny, Committee. CHRIS! MAS SLITS The American Tailors have received a bL- shipment of new -uitings anil are prepared to get your Christmas suit or >vercoat out in time for that joyous oc casion. Better order at once. 1? -It f Gool Old Whisky Old Planet and Old Belmont, re-im- ( ported, both 12 years old, at Mascot sa -< the Vernct, the celebrated painter of sea pieces, eager In the study of nature, made several long voyages in his youn ger days in order to observe the vari ous scenes which the changeful ele ments exhibit. In one of these excur sions undertaken merely for the love of the art a most violent gale of wind arose, when Veruet. without attending to the perils with which he was sur rounded. desired one of the sailors to lash him fast to some of the rigging, j Soon after this request was granted the storm increased, attended with tliuoder and Ugbtniug and with every circumstance that could add to the hor ror of the sceue. and consternation and , terror sat ou every countenance, but j In the yonng painter every emotiou was lost In that of admiration, which j so wholjy engrossed his attention that he every now and then exclaimed In the most enthusiastic terms, "t.''>od . heavens, wbat a nohl?? Dolls by the hundreds at Santa Clause's supply house. Skagway News Co. For Sale? A wood llume with 7"> cords of wood cut. :t000 cord- of standing tim ber close to chute; also cabin, tools and large amount of supplies. spot cash. Joe Carter, Delmonico Restau 11-19 lw | Wllrtlra Mini Rlurfl.h. The niDuunt of nourishment required to maintain the life of a whale It something which almost pauses huuian Imagination As many as fourteen seals have been taken from the stom ach of a sperm whale, says Nature, mill his ordinary diet insists of squids. Which often weigh several tons. The whalebone whale simply o|*us his mouth and takes In Jellyfish by the wagon load. The bluetish also luis an enormous apl>etlte, and it has been es (limited that It requires lU.OUU.OUO.'WO tardlues to feed :, 000,000, 000 bluetish every summer. A Good Deed. Mother (severely)- Johnny, where Is (hat piece of cake 1 left here when I went out? Johnny? I gave It to a hungry little boy, mamma, and. oh, he was so glad to get ltl Mother-Come to my arms, you dear, dear angel. Who was the little boy? ?rohnny? Me. Hoped He Mluhl Improve. Husband (vituperatlvely)? I was ai Idiot when I married you, Mary. Wife (quietly)? Yes, Tom. I knew yor were. But what could I do? Yon seemed my only chance, and I thought then that you might Improve a little with time.? Washington Times. Ill* Jnlillcf. Judge? Are you aware of any mitl gating circumstances In your ease? Criminal? Yes. your honor; this it the fiftieth time I have been arrestee for vagrancy, and I thought that per haoa we might get up a little Jubilee SLEEP FOR BABY And Rest for Tired Fretted Mothers In Warm Baths with Cuticura Soap And gentle applications of Cuti cura Ointment, purest of emol lients and greatest of skin cures. Thii is the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent anil econom ical treatment for torturing, dis figuring, itching, burning, bleed ing, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humours, eczemas, rashes and irritations with loss of hair, of infants and children, ever compounded. Millions or Pboplc rsr CrtircRA Soap, anltttd bj CtnclRA OINTMKNT. fT !?ulifr iojf the akta. for cleaoalug th?- - . ip. and stop ping of falling hair, for softenluv:. whitening, and soothing ml, rough, and sort hand*, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of women use CUTICIUA Soap in baths for annoying irritations, Inflani. mat ions, and chafing*. too free or offensive perspiration. In washes for ulcerative weak neiwes, and for many sanatiret-antlseptlr pur* jK?ea which readily suggest themselves. Cuticura Soap, Ointment n?t fills nre ??>:! throughout the world British Depot: 27-28 ? harterhouse Sq., tendon, i'rein-l Depot: 5 Itue de la Pali, Paris. P ith'i: Drk; and ? in m Coup.. Sole Props.. Boston. "kW.WAv.v^t. .Vi-.WAV.Vi mmv.viv.v.v.v/.v.v.v New FURS The Latest in Fine ; Neckwear, Jackets, Capes, Caps, Gloves j' ?ri nnd Mittens ? ?: A G-ood Assortment of Men's Fur Coats, Caps, Fur Rugs and Robes A six months guarantee goes with all Furs bought of mo. If jou have any Raw Furs I can make them up for vou in J* C. R. Winter, The Furrier Ir Broadway, Skagway, Alaska WSSSSSW*AV?V?V.V.V. W.SSS To Get Results, Advertise Youi" Holiday Goods In the Daily Alaskan We have received a consignment of the very latest and Host Fashionable Furs H. LEBES & CO 3an Francisco and will be on sale for 30 days, price^same as sold for in San Francisco SALE ONE SEA^ -IACKET, SIZE 34 1 ? This is the Last Week of the Discount Sale On Ladies and Childrans Coats and Jackets MARTIN CONWAY I I ?? ? Ordinance No. 51. Aq ordinance making it a misdemeanor 'or any person having the ownership or eare of any dog, upon which the! license has not been paid, to allow or permit snch dog to run at large. lie It Ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Skagway Section 1. That any person being the owne r or having the cam, custody or control, of i any dog upon which the license tax as provided by Ordinance, haj, not been i paid, who permits or allows such dOjf to run at large upon anv of tlw alley*, streets or public places of the Town <fi Skagw iv, sliail be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor and upoj conviction thereof shall ba punished by a fin? of ??.?t less than five ($5.00) nor more than twenty-live ($25.00) dollars. Passed the council November 2, 19o;t. Approved, L. Kell.kr, ('resident of the Council and Attest, W. S. McK EAN, Town Clerk. Good Old Whisky Old Planet and Old Belmont, re-im ported, both 12 years old, at Mascot sa loon. 50 YEAR8' t KPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs ... - Copyrights Ac. ?nrone UMidtn* aaketrb and deacrlpttnn n aj K'kly ascertain our opinion free whether an .-.?iitlon n probably patentable. Communis*, i- v.nctly ^'ntldentlal. Handbook on Patents t free. Oldest livelier for securing pat en to. ? uta taken throutrh Muna k Co. receiT} i / colic*, wlth'-ut charge, lu '.ho Scientific American. Mndsomely llltistrated weekly. Ijuretrt clr .it i.. n "t any r?oientiflc Journal. Terni?,f*. a four niontbs. fl. fck?ld by all newsdealer*. jNN&Co.36,B?*"'NewYQfli 1 "anoh nflte* V *v?,hitufton V. - Double Screened Double Sacked WELLINGTON COAL $12.00 Per Ton (Delivered) Pacific Coast Company, L. M. West, A jt. Phone 50 Whitehorse Whitehorse, Y. T. New Management First Refurnished Throughout. Class in Every Respect Fine9t Cafe in the Northwest AT THE "Toter Hot Tomato Bulli Hot Beef Tea Hot Claim Bulii Hot Chicken Brpth Pop Corn Jim's Fam ous Oyster Coctffail lames FiUpatrlck, t tf ..... | Canadian Paeifie fyy Co. j # Direct Service, No lot?*0'"*'? ? Call, to Vancouver j Victors Transferrin)**' Seatt.e No Extra * irPC SS.1I No<. 10. Sa'llaie ??< 6 p.m. For Spei<? < > infort, Service and ? AppointuicB ticgc Twin Screw j Steamers (^2: ' be Equaled. For i Information Write or Apply to I H B.DUNK Airt.. SKAGWAY JUNEAU S. S. CO'S. ; STEAM EK GEQRGIfl Carrying U. S. Mail Leat- -Skapwav at 8 i m. Sunday For Uali Juneau, Hoonah Spring, ami Sitka J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent 216 Brpuiu-sv, Phone 90 ... f A^SV.VAWAW^AWVW R0YAL ?Steam Laundry* AI iVjrlt Guaranteed Short Orders Promptly Done PHONE to llfs<?nger Will Call *nn Deliver lalhs In Connection Private Rooms for Ladies. jj STEAM HEATED, twwwwwwtwvram ? lake a Note of it! That the Great |; Northern Railway ? 11ns two trains from Seattle every day 1 nnecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis i th all Fast Trains for Chicago, St. >uis and all points east and south. Snort Route Fast Trains New Equipment " B. C. Denniston, G. W. P. A. t C. W. Meldrura, City Pass. Agt. 12 First Avenue, Seattle ^ 0 Pacific Coast S.S.Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED. SAFETY. COMFORT Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco and Southern Ports CARRYING U. S. MAIL Sottage City - Dec. 1 ( Calls at Vancouver ) Valencia. Nov. 26 HEW Above Schedule Subject to chancre Without Noucu. L M. WEST, Age.Ti PBON1 50 C. D. DUNA\'N, Gen Pass. Agt 10 -Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. ~ The Alaska Steamship Co. Winter schedule subject to change without notice. DOLPHIN Dec. 6 FARALL0N DIRIG? Not 29 D.c. 13 The White Flyer Always Takes You Down For Christmas This Year She Will Sail December ]8th Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Addiiional Charge A, S. DAUTKICK, Agent. Phone 66 MOORES WHHRF CO. Terminus W. P. & Y. Route f All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This D<-<;k 2 REGULATIONS 1902 j Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p.m. | Perishable* ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. All flight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 8. customs office) and must be delivered before 5 p. m. No freight will be re ceived on wharf after this hour. BAGGAGE? Tolls will be oolleeted on Checked Baggage Oni.y. No charge for bags and grips when unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to tho public when steamer is nearing p dock and will be opened only wben passengers have disembarked, i> Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. \ P. O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE Pacific and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company British Columbiu Yukon Railway Company British Yukon Railway Company. TIME T IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1901. (Daily Except Sunday.) No. 1. N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4. S I' 1st class. 1st class 2nd clas? 9 30a m. LV. SKAGUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 15a. a. 10 55},, ? WHITE PASS ?' ? jjjj " " 2 10 " 1145 " " LOG CABIN *2 10 " 1 no '? 11 35 f P*'*m " BENNETT " lisjp ? ?' 12 20 P.m 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 1150a.ro " 10 20 ?' 6 40 " 4 30 " AR White Horse LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 oo " Passengers must be at depots in time to have Baggage Inspected and ihecked. Inspection is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train. 150 pounds of baggape will be checked free with each full fare ticks md 75 pounds with each naif fare ticket. Alaska Pacific Express Co. Operating on All Steamers and Trains, Writes Marine Insurance G. H. McLEOD, Agt., Skagway 3-et prices at the Alaskan Dfflce for your job work.