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THE DAILY
?ALASKAN
CITY OT^ICireL PHPER
ii wl'?V V*i
No. 271 VOL. VII.
SKAGWAY, A.LASKA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 27. 1904
PRICE 10 CENTS
* ? HARR150NS'* *
Our First Annual
Clearance \
Sale
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Starts Jan. 2, 1905
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Everything in the Store
Greatly Reduced^?
Watch This Space
\
For Particulars
Spring Stocks Will Arrive Soon
and We Need Room
Phone 55
Store Open Evenings
We have a Good Line of
Cigars & lobbaco
Pipes, 5c and Up
+ 'Till your pocketboolc
cannot reach
Don't Forget the
Number
428 BROADWAY, Phone 52
^ Tony Dortero
Vancouver
Hotels*
Whlteborse, Y. 1
New Management
Ref urnlahed Throughout. Flrstrj
Clans In Every Respect
Finest Cafe In the Northwest
Offlce Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D.
Offlce In Old City Hall
Three Door* Eaat of Brltu' Pbarmae
Buy Your Coal
OF
Shaw & Johnson
Importers of
Wellington, ladysmith'
Double Screened and Sacked
Pennsylvania Anthracite
Egg and Chestnut, Highes* Grade
Wellington, delivered, per ton. 513 00 j
Anthracite, " 22 00
Phone 11-123 Moores Wharf
KETTLES & FORD:;
The Only Practical
Tinners and Plumbers i;
IN THE CITY o
Hardware- Tin and < ;
Graniteware y)
Steam Pipe & Fittings \\
When In Haines
Stop at the
Hotel Northern
J. O. Morrison, Prop.
Restaurant In Building
Coles' Hot Blast
Best and Most Economical Heaters
4 Dement &Gearhartl
KELLY SCO.
THE
Christmas
Drug Store
Come Here For Your
? Xmas Novelties
The Choice Rests
With You
We offer everything that remains j
of our stock of
fancy Goods
At prices that are the lowest of I
the low
These cut prices wilT
bring you our way
We have a multitude of presents]
for both young and old.
You are invited to call
Kelly S Co.,
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THE ROfiS-HTf^O-TNTR OO. Snip Acp.nt.ci. Rlmorwfl.tr n/nri .Tnnflfl/n.
OEISIf BACK
Rich Revolationist Restored
Estate
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Havana, Dec. 27? The Cuban gov
ernment has restored the $5,000,000
estate of Mrs. Rosarlft Marajon de
Sabate to that woman. The estate was
confiscated by the Spanish government
because of the wealthy widow's atlili
liation with tho revolutionary govern
ment.
DAISY LEITER
CATCHES AN IARL
(Special Dispatch to D*ily Alaskan.)
Washington, Dec. 27 ? Miss Daisy
Leiter, member of the famous Leiter
family of Chicago, was married to
Henry Mollvneaux Paget Howard, the
19th Earl of" Suffolk and Berkshire, yes
terday afternoon at the Leiter resi
dence in this city. Lady Suffolk is a
sister to Lady Curzon.
SAD CHRISTMAS FOR
NAN PATIERSON
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
New York, Dec. 27? Nan Patterson,
who is still held on the charge oi mur
dering Caesar Voung, 8)>ent Christmas
Day in her cell at the tombs. It was a
sad day to her and she spent most of it
quietly weepiDg.
GOOD snow
Northern Views and Moving
Pictures at Church
There will be an exhibition of stere
optican pictures at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday and Friday evening
of the present week. The exhibition
will include views the whole length of
the Yukon route, city life at Nome,
mining in different uorthem camps
and other views. There will also be
moving pictures and other features.
A. Beck, who has bt-eu in Alaska and
Northern Canada (01* sotoo"" several'
years, will manage the show.
BIG SALE
Monogram to Let Liquors Go
at Cost
Before taking stock we will offer all
our goods at wholesale prices to the
consumers.
You get your goods from tlrst hands
when buying from us, saving the many
profits of the mil die men.
Straight whiskeys are our specialties.
We buy them direct in the government
warehouse. Our wines come directly
from the San Carlos winery.
Give us a call and be convinced.
Telephone No 34. Free delivery."
The Monogram,
I * Bloom & Korach
Card of Thanks
The undersigned takes this way of
attending her thanks and thosu of her
sons to the Masonic order and others
oi Skagway for the kindly aid and
sjtnpathy received during the last ill
ntss of her husband and in making ar
rangements for his funeral.
Mrs. L. C. B. Gault.
Hk&gway, Dec. 24, 1U04.
/ Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs
at the Portland Lod fing House. Kooms
25c, 50c, "5c nnd $1. Fifth avenue, op
posite Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Frjneh and American Candies made
daily at thrf Alasna Candy Co, Sixth
Avetue between State and Broad
way. 12-7-tf
rOR PEACE
Hay Gets Many Favorable
Replies
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington. Deo. 27 ? Secretary Hay
recently addressed a note to the powers
advocating a permanent peace confer
ence to be governed by an internation
al bureau. He has received replies
from all the powers and all accept the
provisions proposed except Russia.
MUST GO
Republicans '.Vili Onst
Adams
[Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.]
Denver, Dec. 27? The republicans
have completed all the plans to con
test the election of Alva Adams,
as governor in the legislature which,
accord inu to the decisions of the
supreme court, will be republican.
If all those returns which the supreme
court has decided to be frauds are
thrown out, it will elect Peabody, On
the face of the returns Adams is elected
and the legislature is democratic.
There will probably be two govern
ments in the state, wilh two legisla
tures and two governors.
NO REQUISITION
FOR DR. CflADWICK
[Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.]
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 27? Gov. Odell
refuses to grant a requisition for the
arrest of Dr. Leroy Chadwick, charged
with forgery in connection with the
cases against his wife, on the ground
that no evidence had been produced
that he was i;> the state of Ohio at the
time of the alleged forgery.
O'BRIEN WINS
DIAMOND RING
M. C. O'Brien, mayor of Clifton, won
the diamond ring which was given
away by H. D. Kirmse Christmas Eve.
The drawing took place at 11 p. m.,
and Mrs. C. P. Thompson was made
the judge. She decked that the 10th
number drawn out would win the ring
and appointed Dr. J. P, Brawand, S.
A. S peddy and J. C. Fix to keep tally.
Miss Nftllie McGee drew the numbers
and the 10th was N. 888, held by M. C.
O'Brien, who was awarded the ring.
We have a small line of reversible
hunting coats wo would like to show
sportsmen. P. H. Clayson & Co.
We would be pleased if any cf our pa
trons which we have overlooked will
call and receive one of those handsome
(?) souvenir purses, If the same are all
gone we will present them with a use
ful and appropriate su' stitute.
F. H. Clayson & Co.
(Urn Brill,
The Druggist
? Stationery *
The work of a ? riter is easier
I and pleaianter 11 the writingstuff
? is just right. We supply writ
? ing material that will be a great
I pleasure for you to use.
In boxes or in bulk.
Always tha very best.
If You Want Any --
.CUT GLASS,
FANCY CROCKERY,
Bric-a-Brac
or anything in this line for Christmas
It will pay you to see us belore purchasing.
We carry the largest stock in this lino of goods this side of
Seattle. Our goods are new and up to date, and our prices ira
down to bedrock. No trouble to show goods. We are always
p'eased to see you and show you what we have whether |you
btv or not.
IISCIWW
Sole Agent? Rose of Ellensburg Butter
No Other Butter Equals It
JAPS PREPARE TO STRIKE
FINAL BLOW
*
I
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Tokyo, Dec. 27? Japan is preparing
with ,\ii the might of the empire to
strike the final blow in the war with
Russia in the early spring. Active
preparations with that idea in view
are in full progress throughout the
empire. Reinforcements for the array
are being raised everywhere in the
country. It is proposed to put an army
in the field with sufficient numbers to
overwhelm the forces of the czar early
in the season.
All Qniet at Front
London, Dec. 27 ? There has been no
news of active proceedings at Port
Arthur or Mukden for several days.
Chinees Seise Rns*ian Ammunition
Peking, Dec. 27 - The Chinese have
seized 3,C00,000 pounds of Russian rifle
atntnntion concealed in bales of cotton
which were being transported from
Kalgan on the backs of camels. The
consignment was in charge of a German
agent.
LOOKS BAD FOR MIIINELL
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Portland, Dec, 27? It is generally be
lieved that both Senator John H. |
Mitchell and Representative Dinger j
Herman will be indicted by the grand
jury for c'jmj:licity in the land frauds. '
Some of those who were convicted by a
jury have been testifying before the
^randjury. Some of them, it is under
stood, will go free as a reward for infor
mation they have given
JUDGE GUNNISON IS COMING
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Seattle, Dec. 27? Royal A. Gunnison,
appointed judge of the district court at
Juneau, Alaska, to succeed Judge Mel
ville C. Brown, is in Seattle on his way
to Alaska. In an interview given in
this city yesterday he said:
"I propose to administer the law as [
shall find it on the statute books. That
is all I can say."
NELSON'S MANAGER
SKIPS WITH MONEY
Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. ]
San Francisco, Dec. 27? Teddy Mur
phy, manager of Battling Nelson, has
departed for the east wih $10,000 of the
Dane's money. The police has been
notified and the wires are kept hot in
the effort to locate Murphy.
BIG FIRE AT
SIOUX CITY, IOWA
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Sioux City, la., Dec. 27? A file start
ed in the l'elletier dry goods store
Christmas Eve and destroyed it, the
store of Jrugh Company, the West ho
tel and other buildings, before it was
gotton under control. The loss was
42,000,000.
LAS! CHANCE
This Week Only
Will this interest you. I have yet a
large Jstoek of Diamonds which I
bought three years ago, they are worth
today 30 per cent more than when I
bought them, do you want them at
what I paid for them, I have sizes
from i to a 3 karat stone. Rogers
I table spoons and forks at 1.25, regular
price $2.50. Rogers tea spoons for 75
cts, regular price $1.50. Eight-day
calander clock for $6.50, worth 15 doll
ars, beautiful bronze clock worth 12
dollars, this week fire dollars, watches
at factory prices, solid gold ladies and
gent's chains at 40 per cent less than
regular prices. Nugget rings at just
what the gold cost and making; nugget
brooch worth 12 dollars, 7.50. Beauti
ful diamond broaches from 15 to 25
dollars worth today double the money.
All Indian goods, baskets, etc., to be
closed out at cost. Ph\in gold rings at
just what they weigh in gold. I do not
care to make a cent priflt, I do want
to close out this stock oi goods and get
out of business. Come and look at the
goods and get prices and I will convince
you I mean what I say.
? Keelar the Jeweler
Wood and Coal For Sal*
We have for sale and will deliver to
any part of the city good dry wood.
Sawed in any length. Alaska Transfer
Co., Phone 10. 8 20 tf
Cluy?on Got* New Line
Brand new line of smoking jackets
and belt overcoats have been received
by F. H. Clayson & Co.
Eat your Christmas dinner at the
Pack Train Restaurant.
STOP CHRISTMAS
CELEBRATION
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Hanceville. Ala., Dec. 27? While ne
groes were hoUingaCnriatmas celebra
tion a crowd of white miners fired a
volley into the church. Pastor Clay
and one ocher negro were killed. The
affair caused considerable excitement
and a race war was feared. ,
WANT SOLDIERS TO
SHOOT STRAIGHT
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Dec. 27 ? Senator
Proctor's bill appropriating $1,000,000,
annually, for target practice, has been
approved by the war department.
Amur In ai;d Oat
The Amur arrived from the south
Sunday morning at 8 o'clock with a
half dozen passengers, 20 tons of freight
and two days mail. She did not get
away until this morning at 4 o'clock on
account of the severe storm that was
prevailing. She had 14 passengers out.
GIFTS
Presents Are Here for Every
body
IP you are in doubt what to give:
IF you want something that won't bo
likely to be duplicated:
IF you are hunting a gift that will be
as creditable to your good taste as to
your good nature:
IF you desire a gift that will be a thing
of beauty and joy forever, call on us
today.
The finest goods by the best makers
at lowest prices for standard quality.
Every lady visitor will receive a
handsome souvenir.
P. E. Kern,
Gold and Silversmith.
Electric Maasnge Treatment
The Principal Barber Shop has se]
cured the great Carpenter Vibrator,
and is prepared to give the best elec
tric massage treatment that ever has
been devised. They are an absolute
cure for headache, rheumatism and
other disorders, improve the circula
tion and give nervous strength. We
have private rooms for ladies. Princi
pal Barber Shop.
Now is the time to order your winter
suits and overcoats at the American
Tailors.
All Seasonable Goods at
Very Reasonable Prices
Fancy Candles in 1-2, 1, 2, 3 and
5 lb. Boxes
Fancy Fruit- Nnts, Etc.
Christmas ?rnaments
We Wish All a Merry Christmas
Chealanders, fifth Avenue,

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