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MORNING
THE DAILY ALASKAN
CITV OFFICIAL P^PER ' ,,
SKAGWAY, ALASKA, TBUB?DIY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1904 PKICK 1? CKNT8
J m TAKES WISE SUP
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan)
Washington. Feb. 24 ? The state department has re
ceived information that Japan has negotiated a treaty with
Korea whereby the Japanese guarantee the independence
and inte; -it y of that country. The movement is regarded
ier? i- f t the cleverest diplomatic movements th~*. have
I in connection with the far easterli question,
war, as far as Japan is concerned, above the
> hi e :ner land grabbing.
Go?d B?f-rCh?*p
Lenn- s St. I.o - !*>er. W OO P" doz
en, a ivor?"ii. Maho Liquor House,
?Kt'DIS. I'hout* 't'J t'
Skacwny Laundry
For first-class worK try Ska^wav
Laundry. Twenty-two yeras' experi
ence. Telephone 89. t'
Skagway news ?o.
L. A. HARRISON. H||r.
Late Books Just Rec'd
tomorrow 's Tangle", by Gerald ine Bonner
I he Black Lion Inn", by Alfred Henry Lewis
John Hurt", by Fred I". Adams.
The Call of the Wild", by Jack London
Tiif 1" >rtnne of Fi-Fi", by Mollie Elliott Sewall
I > irit of the Service", by Edith Elmer Wood
Mother and Father", by Roy Gilson
lli> IV- K 'inance", by James Whitcomb Riley
? The ( "urNhip of Miles jStandish", with illus
t rati- T! - by Howard Chandler Christie
Soap for all purposes
Perhaps therp is 11 ? artie'e for J
toilet use which require* preater j
care in the s-lection than soap. ?
Unless its ingredients ar pure it .
eau>e? much trouble to delicate
sicin.
THE LINE OF SOAPS
handled hem is "he finest in the
city. Evtry cake of soap in it is
good soap.
Our Benzo Dermal Toilet Soap
at 2oc is especially adapted and
recommended for the Alaska cli
mate.
See our window.
Kelly S Co., Druggists
SK GW-iY DAWSON NOME
your money
You can throw
your money in the
air anywhere in
town and
It may land
on a pretty fair
suit
But Mr. Nobby
Dresser, there is
one place it will
land on the
Most
Stylish
Suit
and that spot is '>'ir snre.
Talk do^>n'l do it The Clothes
Make It So.
? . ft. Clayson $ go.
Broadway & Fourth 'Phoni 124
JAPS LOSE FOUR SHIPS
Of WAR
Russians destroy four Japanese cruisers
and two transports, forcing fleet to
abandon attack on Port Arthur. The
report is not confirmed.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. ]
St. Petersburg, Feb. 24 ? Dispatches received here from Port Arthur today say that
the Russians repulsed, with terrible havoc to the en^my, an attack upon Port Arthur by
the Japanese fleet last night. The dispatches state that tymr Japanese cruisers and two
transports were sunk, and the remainder of the fleet compelled to abandon the attack
after having sustained heavy loss.
The details concerning the engagement are meager but it is said that the Russian bat
tleship Retvizan, which was handled so roughly by the Japanese on the night of the first
attack was in the midst of the fray and covered herself, her officers and crew with glory.
STORY OF ENGAGEMENT LACKS CONFIRMATION
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Feb. 24 ? The story of the Japanese defeat in an attack upon Port
Arthur which has been telegraphed from Stfl Petersburg lacks confirmation. At the Ja
panese legation it is discredited.
The associated press has been authorized to make the following statement:
?'The Japanese legation at Washington discredits the correctness of the St. Peters
burg dispatches giving the account of the sinking of four Japanese cruisers and two
trans[>orts at Port Arthur. Attention must be paid to the fr?cfr mport etrri nates
from Russian sources. Futhermore, the battleship Ritvizan, which is said to have parti
cipated in the engagement, is understood to be unfiitted for action, and the best advices
obtainable would indicate that she will remain so for some months to come."
FRENCH NOT ASSISIINfl BLACK SfA FLEET
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Paris, Feb. 24 ? The persistent rumors of negotiations among the powers concerned
respecting the passage of the Russian Black sea fleet through the Dardanelles are declared,
(Continued on Last Page.)
IWt Diaries and valentines, at^ Fair
banks', Hroadway. 2 7 tf
Skating Rink
Open Tonight
Corner Broadway and Third ATenue
Manuel lopez Cigar
THE
MB!
to Bullion Creek Mnshers
We would like to figure with you on your outhts.
Our prices are right, our goods are right and we
can and will put yonr goods up just right.
All we ask is a show lo figure with you :
and if you are from Missouri we will show you. No
outfit is too large and Done too small to receive our
very best attention. We paid liberally to help
build the road from Whitehorse to Bullion and now
al! we ask is a chance to figure with you and we
will show you we mean business.
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-$MTu*t4 Suyr^^i?^ ^Ko-^y /L&vfi/t' a^uO
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THE ROSS-HICKHNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagwav and Juneau
STILL NORTH Of THE YALD
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Tokio, Feb. 24 ? Reports from northern Korea indicate
that the Russians have not crossed the Yalu river with any
considerable portion of their army. Their scouts have pen
etrated the country south of i-ju, but che main force is
believed to be still north of the river.
The Japanese are confident that the Russians will be
unable to assemble a sufficient force upon the banks of the
Yalu river to induce them to attempt an invasion of Korea.
The Japanese government estimates that there are not
more than 40,000 Russian troops on the Yalu river, notwith
standing the statements that have been made placing the
number as high as 200,000 men.
PIANOS
If you ii'-nj a pia' o or
an oruiiD let us figure
with you. We are
agents fur ihe larg'-gl
imi-ic house on the
" ? coast. We quote you
strictly Seattle prices? same as vould be quoted you were you in Seattle.
In buying from us you take no ri*k in shi iping ? we agreeing to set
instrument up in your house in good condnion Ix-fore asking you to ac
cept It Why pay rent, when very litil ? more would be paying for your
own piano.
We Sell the following Makes
Hamilton Hardman Willard Harvard
Kingsbury Knabs Baidwir. Cab'e
Fischer Smith & Barnes Heller Ludwig
Chea^ande fS, fillh ivenue,
Frank N. Johnson ? J. O. Join -
Whitehorse. Y. T.
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
lohnson & Johnston
(I! H!
No i or, '.he Parlflc Coast
L'qiiil* the
iadysiDilh - Wellington
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
M.ikes LIT LLE ASH
i artre i>t>wk on handofthU
Coil, either
. LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, $13 00
DOUHLKS K K.NED in sacks 1109
Shaw & J < hnson
i*h ? II. 'oore's \Vh*r(.
K A GU1LUAULT. (ieiliuc AfeM
'Phone ?
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
Dement & Gearhartl
Stationary
The Very Lasest Styles in Invitation
and Letter Paper just received .
mm. Brill, the Druggist

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