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Grand Jury Charges Oregon Senator With
Bribery? Another Prominent Politic- ?
ian Caught In the Toils
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Portland, Feb. 3 ? The federal grand jury returned
still another indictment against Senator John H. Mitchell
last night. This time he is charged with bribery in the
land fraud case. State Senator George Brownell, a prom
ineni lawyer aud politician, was also indicted. The charges
against Brownell is subordination of perjury in the famous
land frand cases.
At WfcalanU PrieM
The Mascot saloon sella liquors,
?ither bulk or case gixxU at wholesale
Ccea. All the old brands always on
ad. 10-1 tf.
Uool Tim* mt Dane ?
1 About 40 persons were present at the ;
White Pass Athletic Club informal
dance last nlaht. The evenin? was |
pleasantly spent.
Phunny and Artistic
At any old price, from 2 for 5c to $1-75
A Swell Line to
Select From
Phone 55. Store Open Evenings
The Best Line
Ulsters & Overcoats
Ever Brought to Alaska.
*T. fi. Clayson $ Co.*
The One Price Clothier
Snow Shoes* Sleds and Dog Harness
Let Us Figure With Yon When Yon G-o
-I Dement & Gearhartr
mm speaks fOR stir
Skagway Business Man Tells Portland Ore
gonian the District of Alaska QShould
Be Organized As a Territory
While visiting in the states C. B.
Baraden, of this city, is making full
use of his opportunity to five voice to
A!as*a's cry for self government. The
following is from the Portland Ore
"C. B. Baraden, who represents Ross
Biggins & Co., one of the largest mer
cantile concerns in Southeastern Alas
ka, having extensive business interests
ut Juneau and Skagway and dealing all
through the Yukon Territory, is in
j Portland on a business trip. In an In
terview, Mr. Harrsden said he oonsld
le.s Alasnt. one of the most wonderful
countries in the world, and expressed
himself as well pleased with present
conditions and the future outlook, and
that what is must needed is home rule
under a territorial form of government.
Be said:
" 'We have, without doubt, 50,000 to
tO.OOO white people in Alaska at the
present; bright, progi essive men scat
tered all over Alaska, who are perfect
[ ly able to make laws and see that they
are properly executed. The population
li rapidly increasing and a home rule
form of government would develop the
country in a manner that would sur
prise the world, and 1 think the powers
at Washington should give this matter
immediate attention. There it certain
ly no other place in the United States,
and probably not in the world, that has
as much minerals of all kinds as are in
Alaska, and the fish industry would be
simply ecormous if properly perpetuat
ed. We want home rule aDd believe
we are fully entitled to it, and with a
very few exceptions the entire people
demand it.
I " 'Fairbanks, about 1!50 miles up the
Tanana river, without doubt will be the
camp this season, and everything points
to a big rush there in the early spring.
The diggings around Fairbanks are rich
without any question, and there is no
doubt but that it is destined to I e a
large camp for several years.' "
Atlln Miner Killed
James Kennedy, an individual miner,
was killed by falling timber on Spruce ,
creek, January 22. Interment, was at
the Atlin cemetery January 24. Ken- 1
nedy was a young man and a native of |
Ireland. HeHs believed to be survived |
by a brother in Vancouver. He was
one of the lefeding men of the Atlin
Wood For Sa'o
Best dry hemlock wood by the cord
or car load, B. H. Young, Phone 141, '
Skin !
Why suffer with chapped hands
and face, when a bottle of our
famous *
Almond Flower Cream
will protect them from the cold
and the \wind
Editor Lcmbu Money
W. F. Thompson, editor of the Daw
son Sun, lost a purse last night on the
street at some place between Kelly
& Co. 's drug store and the Fifth Ave
nue hotel containing $30 in American
bills. Be is advertising for its return
today, offering a reward to whosoever
may be sufficiently lucky to find it.
May Join British Columbia
There is said to be a strong move
ment on foot not only in the Klondike
but among the Canadian government
officials to annex Yukon territory to
British Columbia. It is claimed that a
larger measure of self-government
could be secured this "**y and that it
would save much of the expense of ad
Commencing February 1st all my
stock of books, stationery, bibles,
blankbooks. offics supplies, juvenile
books, and in fact everything in the
book department noes at cost.
All smoking tobacco and pipes will
goat greatly reduce prices. All two
for a quarter cigars for 10 cents
straight, all 10 cento cigars three fbr a
quarter, all five cents cigars six for a
quarter, and all chewing tobacco at 10
cents per cut.
Also all slot machines, counters, show
cases, scales, etc., for sule cheap.
J. F Fairbanks,
214 and 21ti Broadway.
Oyster Cocktails served at the Vienna
Bakery, and wholesale at reasonable
prices Free delivery. Phone 36
Almond Flower Cream
25c and 50c a bottle
Will cure your chapped hands and
lips. It is superior to glycerine
and Vaselene preparations
It is Neither Sticky or Greasy.
Gloves can be worn immediately
after using.
Let us fill your prescripilons.
Kelly & Co.
Fire and Liie
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Phil Abrahams
tffsnL ' dnt JLn:<r deJc^ancS ca n/ Jb
4st?eA6 yj-us ^wes ht-cd/ c/4%?A6 $)?/l^/&77ty_
THE ROSS-HIG-GHNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau.
Au American Gunner Does
Fierce Work
(Special Dispatch to the Dally Alaskan)
Bremerton, Feb. 2? The United States
torpedo boat Paul Jones, while at tar
get practice, bit shipwright's helper,
I John Hackerson, on the cruiser Albany,
. lying at the dock. The wounded man
was hit in the eye by a ball from a
, rapid fire gun. He is not fatally In
i jured.
'.Vor9t Weather In Years
Sweep9 Country
[Sj>eclal Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
| Chicago. Feb. 2.? The coldest wea
ther that has been experienced in many
years prevails at this place and through
out the middle west and north. The
The poorer people are suffering greatly,
| in all parts of the country. The result
; ing business depression with the retail
| dealers is marked.
New Girl Appear*
Mrs P. W . Snyder received word in
the last mail that Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Pearce, formerly of this city, became
the parents of a baby girl at Aspen,
Colorado, Jan. 14.
Elks' Meeting
There will be a regular meeting of
Skagway Lodge No. 431, Benevolent
and Protective Ordor of Elks, at their
hall, Thursday, Febrary 2, at 8 p. m.
There will be initiation.
All visiting Elks are invited to at
tend. E. A. Murphy, Seo'y.
Notice to Pnbllo
The municipal taxes for the year 1904,
due to the town of Skagway, Alaska,
v. ill become delinquent March 1, 1905.
If not paid on or before that date a pen
alty 20 per cent, will be added to the
amount due and interest at the rate of
eight per cent, per annum will be
charged on the whole amount due for
taxes and penalty from that date.
Dated at Skagway, A ask a, Feb. 2,
190o. x H. H. Draper,
Municipal Treasurer, Town of Skag
way, Alaska
Cook Wanted
Wanted a cook. Aptly to Capt..H.
A. Smith, Fort William H. Seward,
Haines, Alaska. tfs
At tl&? Iuaho Saloon
Herroatasre whiskey, bottled spring
1901. made 1893?11 years old? 12J cents
a drink at the Idaho.
Don't Fail to See Our Window Display of
A Few of the 57 Varieties ? ?
Sweet Pickles
Chili Sauce
Tomatoe Preserves
Apple Butter
Dili Pickles
Mustard Dressing
India Relish
Peach Butter
Tomatoe Chutney
Pearl Onions Mince Meat Sauerkraut
?IBIS iff
Sole Agent? Rose ot Ellensburg Butter
The Best That Money Ca,n Buy
Firing Bv Opposing Armies Almost Exclu
sively Confined to Artillery and It Is
of Desultory Character
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. ]
Mukdeu, Feb. 2. ? The fighting which wag resumed
yesterday at Mukden has developed nothing important.
The fighting hatf been desultory on both sides and it has
been almost exclueively confined to the artillery.
St Petersburg, Feb. 2 ? All is quiet throughout the em
pire, but it requires the activity of the troops to maintain
order in Poland. Warsaw is under martial law. .
Paris, Feb. 2 ? The North sea case is on trial. The of
ficers of the Baltic fleet testify to having seen torpedo boats
among the trawlers. It is clear that the Japanese will at
tempt to prove that Japanese torpedo boats accompanied the
fleet of British fishermen.
New York Train Strikes j
Sleighing Pttrty
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] ;
Hornellville, N. Y? Feb. 2-A pas- I
sender train struck a sleighing party of
13 persons that was returning from u
visit to a farm house last night and 10
ot the party were instantly killed.
Two were seriously and one slightly in
Stag* Oou to Davion
Whitehorse, Feb. 2.? A White Paso
stage left for Dawson yesterday with
four passengers, 700 pounds of mail and
81 pounds of express.
Piano for Sale
Lucavlsh has another fine piano for
sale cheap for cash or on installments
of tl5 per month.
Skaitway Laundry
For first-class work try Skagway
Laundry. Twenty-live years' experi- ,
ence. Telephone 89. tf ,
Farallon to Carry Explosives
The Farallon, leaving Seattle on or
about Feb. 15, will carry explosives.
People placing their orders before that
time will have them cared for. ,
Alaska Steamship Company.
Skagway, Jan. 28, 1905. lw I
For Bala at ? Bargain
I will sell at a bargain the Joy Truck !
Farm on the west side of bkagway
river. More than five acres of A1 soil
all under cultivation. For terms apply 1
to undersigned. Mrs. Ida Joy.
At Wholaaal* Prices
The Mascot saloon sells liquors,
either b lk or case goods at wholesale
prices. Ail the old brands always on
hand. 10-1-tf.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Pack Train Resturant.
Valentines !
Now Is the Time to Send
Comic Valentines to Your "Friends"
and Fancy Valentines to Your Friends
We have a Dice line to select from at popular prices
Chealanders, mm Avenue,
A change is being made in the ar
rangement of the Skagway postoffice
that will facilitate the handling of the
mails. The money order and registry
window being remov ed from therear end
of the building to the front where it
w 11 be near the general delivery win
dow, thus permitting one of those er
| gp.ged in that department to asust iu
the distribution and delivery of the
The enclosure, formerly oscupied by
the news stand, at the right of the en
trance to the postoffice will be removed.
Some Say It Is Almost
Like Puiling Teeth
to do business nowadays
We try to keep in stock such
things a drugstore is supposed
to have.
Well, we do, and we carry a
jood many things not found
Prices ?
Just look at them.

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