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(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Tokio, April 14. ? An official bullitin has just been issued reporting a great
loss aud destruction inflicted upon tlie enemy's fleet. v It has been ascertained that Ad-1
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miral Marakoff was destroyed with the flagship Petropaulovisk, also that several other
distinguished Russians, who were with the admiral on the ship, were lost.
Tlire# Russian warships are aground in the harbor. They sought to make the in
ner harbor but were crippled by ihe Japanese fire. The extent of the injuries inflicted
are unknown.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Tokio, April 14. ? A dispatch from Wiju says a company of Russian troops at
tempted to cross the first stream on the Yalu river, west of Wiju, this morning. The
Japanese attacked and drove them back. Twenty Russians were killed.
Teachers Miy Be Eugagr-d
The Skagway school board is consul,
ering the matter of engaging teachers
for next year early in the spring instead
of putting it of T until summer time.
The principal reason which suggests
this plan of action to the school board
is that it might have a wider field from
which to choose tea hers. It is be
lieved that the very best instructors
should be secured for the wages paid in
this city, and by waiting u .til July
n early all of the best teachers will
have been engaged for the year.
An early election is also regarded as
only fair to the teachers already em
ployed If they are not to be re-en
gaged they want to know it so they can
apply for other positions.
The board has hesitated before acting,
(>ecause of a desire not to arrogate to
itself any of the prerogatives
that may more properly belong to the
next board. If any great objection
shall be urged against the plan it will
probably be dropped.
Good music at the Totem every day.
For Sal*
Choice flower plants for bedding out,
at the Westside Greenhouse.
4 13 tf \Vm. H. Joy, Prop.
If Yob Lo?? You* Wif?
If you love your wife or your sweet
heart, buy her candy at the
Palace of Sweets,
Fourth Avenue and Broadway.
L. Hibbard, the Dawson merchant,
arrived on the Princess May.
W. M. Ogilvie, son of ex- Governor
Ogilvie, of the Yukon, arrived on the
Princess May. Mr. Ogilvie is operat
ing a large dredger on Stewart river.
('apt. Thomas Richards and Chief
Kngineer Kelly, of the Atlin Steamer
Gleaner, arrived on the Princess May.
1. Rosenthal, the Dawson wholesale
liquor man, arrived on the Princess
George Wallace, of the Atlin branch
of thel'anadian Bank of Commerce, ar
rived on the Princess May.
P. E Kern will leave on the Prin
cess for St. Louis with his exhibit of
Alaskan curios.
\V. Thibaudeau, Yukon territorial
engineer, arrived on the Princess May
and left this morning for Whit^horse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kenyon were
among the arrivals on the Prin ess
May. Mr. Kenyon is heavily interes
, ted in McKee creek in the Atlin dis
, trict. They a>-e at the Golden North.
Giorgla I* Coming
The Georgia is due to arrive tonight
from Juneau. She will sail at S o'clock
tomorrow morning.
At Ik* Pantheon
The Pantheon has just received a
large consignment of Hermitage whis
kies, rye and bourbon. This is the fin
est brand of whisky ever brought to
skagway. Try it. tf
Chinbtr Appo'nta Commlttaa
The chamber of commerce appointed
a committee, consisting of ^Messrs.
Daly, Le Fevre. Haraden and Dement,
to canvass the situation as to whether
or not Skagway will be represented in
the plan to advertise Alaska by stere
opticon views at the world's fair. The
committee will report to the women's
auxiliary at Juneau.
Mithodiiti Tr Bald Sidewalk
The Methodists have secured lumber
with which to build a sidewalk in front
of the property of their church on
Main street between Fourth and Fifth
Avenues An effort will probably be
made to have a sidewalk constructed on
the south side of Fifth Avenue from
Main to State street.
Wanted at once, a dishwasher, man
or woman. Inquire at this otlice.
Baths at the Portland Lodging House,
j 25c: new porcelain tub. This house
; has never been bothered with frozen
1 pipes. Come take a bath. 10 3 lmo
Fire porcela tubs at Principal bar
bershop, opposite Hoard of Trade.
Skagway Laundry
I For first-class worn try Rkagwafv
?Laundry. Twenty-two yeras' expert
I ence. Telephone H9. tf.
Frer Coucert'Daily
A free concert is given at the Mascot
saloon every afternoon and evening.
All the latest songs and airs. It is
worth hearing.
Flannala Waahad
Take your flannels to Mrs. Zarelli, to
l>e washed. Hest of work guaranteed.
Fifth avenue, near Daily Alaskan of
fice. 3-2C.-tf
Judije Brown Winds Up
Business of Term
The district court completed its la
bors today, and tomorrow the court of- 1
ficers will go to Juneau on the Hum
J. A. Mollineaux was given judgment
against the Humbert-Yukon Expedi
tion Company for for salary
due. He sued for t8.r>00 for salary and
for money advanced.
The suit of F. D. Seymore & Co.
against the More townsite people was
Suit of Agnes Kaska for a divorce
went over until the next term of court.
Hnmboldt Da* Tomorrow
The Humboldt will be due to arrive
tomorrow, and she is expected to get in
early in the morning. She sailed from
Seattle Monday morning
Cutter shoes at CI ay son's
Th'? Evidence Shoold Prove Every
Claim Made for Dom'i Kidn y
Pill* in Almka
Relief from the pains ai-d aches of a
bad back is always welcome to every
backache sufferer; but to cure a lame,
weak or aching bac*. is what's wanted.
Cure it so it will stay cured. It can be
done. Here's the strongest evidence
to prove it:
W. W. Lee, painter of Willis street,
n< ar Placer street, Redding, Cal? says
"Like the majority of men who
follow my calling, if the action of the
ingredients usdd in the business was
not the primary cause of kidney com
plaint, they certainly aggravated it
when the attacks occured. I do not
want my friends and acquaintances in
Redding to think that Doan's Kidney
Rills bare radically cuaed an old
chronic case of kidney complaint like
m'ne, but this I can conscientiously
say, the treatment undoubtedly did me
a vast amount of good. Anything that
helps a man whose back has ached so
badly that he cou'd not sleep at night,
who many and many a time when at
work could hardly push a brush to and
from him without suffering almost un
endurable twangs, is pleased to obtain
a remedy w hich brings relief. To say
that Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me,
very mildly expresses the amount of
benefit 1 received from the treatment."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Mailed by Foster-M ilburn Co.,
i&itTalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
United States.
| Rdmember ' the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
Ladies' Skirts
A splendid line to choose from In dress and walking
skirts. We have them in
Voiles, Broadcloth, Skark Skin
Crepe de Chine. Canvas Cloth,
Ladies' Suits
Our fit st- shipment Is now here, some very pretty
styles, ranging in price from
$15.00 to $35.00
Ladies' Belts
All the New Novelties in the
crush leather and silk, in
all colors,
From50cto $1.60
Also some of the Buster
Brown Belts for children.
New Jewelry
A handsome showing of
Waist Sets, Pins Buckles
Hat Pins, Etc.
All of the Latest
Fire and Li.e
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Notary Public
Phil Abrahams
Office Houp9: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
Office in Old City Hall
Three Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy
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Sash, Doors, Moulding & Shingles
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The Reputation of the Manufacturer Is a G-uaranty of Value- The Different Lines Presented Below Represent a Selection ot the Very Best
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fi. $. and m.
fldlcr %
$011$ $uii$
They have the Style
Snap and Fitting Qual
ity. Everything a tail
or can put in a suit
They Cost About One
Half of That
$12.50 to $30
?(Uil$on Brothers*
Shirts and neckwear
You Will Find Them Here In a
Large Variety of Patterns
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There Are None Better
Shirts. $].50; Ties, 35c. to 75c.
?1ohn B. Stetson*
and Gorden Rats
We Have Them In Soft and Stiff
Styles. Including
All Latest Shapes
From $4.00 to $5.00
In Price
Geo. B. Bains & Son's
Fine Dress Suit
Cases and Club
They Are It For Style
and Quality
Nothing Like Them
Shown Here Before
From $3.50 to $22.50
Agents For?
Carhartt Overalls
& Corduroy Pants
Agents For?
A. A. Cutter Shoes,
$5.00 to $7.00

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