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Douglas Island News?Supplement.
.1. (i. McDonald and ('. If. Steven
made us a visit last Saturday. 'klt i
pleasant tor brethren to dwell toijethe
in unity."
Murine tin1 recent storm the attend
anee at the puhlie school near the Mex
icau mill dwindled down to three pu
pils. The tuichee was in a state of su
pr? me disgust.
Mr. Insley of Juneau litis hpen oil
cairetl to assist inclosing out the Fran!
iiach stock of general merchandise
lie i> a competent man and goes at
things in a very business like manner
Kc\. Loyal L. W irt's Defense.
\- previously announced. 1 lie Kev. Mr
\\ iii delivered ;i sermon al the I'onp'e
national church last Sunday evening'
diirinu the course of' which, lit' replied
lot he frit if isius t hat some of t he mem
hereof the church iiid iilur*k?l in apt ins t
him. His remarks upon this part of the
discourse were clothed in diplomatic
laupiaue. in a vein that indicated that
t lie speaker felt deeply wronged Iiy a
few of the )members who should have
I teen loyal to him. That he had made
some mistakes, he did not deny, but
claimed that theelmreh members are
by duty IhMind to condone slight errors
and give him credit for purity of motive.
To extend tohim this much charity, was
in his case a christian duty. His invo
cation.- were lull of fervor and he did
not forget to pray for those whom he
thought had so thoughtlessly done
him a great wrong. We think Pro. Wirt
made a very good defense and that the
??*rmou of last Sunday night will bring
forth good fruit.
The (iuild.
St. Luke's (Juild held the lirst meet
ing of the year at Mrs. Pentley's, last
Thursday afternoon. Jan. l'J. Klect ion
of officers was held, and the following
members were elected to office: Pres.,
Mrs. Pent ley: Vice Pres., Mrs. Palcon
?*r: Sec'y.. Mrs. Shepard: Treasurer,
Mrs. Johnson. Py-law Xo.was elimi
nated from the rules and regulations.
Hereafter absent members will not be
tilled. The Guild has been quite sue
eessful since its organization and starts
in the new year with a good balance in
the treasury. The patronage and kind
ly feeling extended to them has been
most heartily appreciated by the mem
ber.-, and they all hope for another suc
eessful year.
Candy. Nuts and Fruits, and tin*
best cigars in town at Fastberg A* John
\\ ill Be Completed h\ la) and the Nevl Term
o| Court Will be Meld in the N'e\s Building.
Tlu? new Juneau court house is to U?
linished by the tirst of next .May. The
government appropriated s|t>.chh> for
the building and s'o.(KK) for a tire proof
vault, which amount ought to put up a
decent buildinc. Public buildings are
generally constructed under the super
vision of the supervising arcliitect at
Washington, and when such is the case,
it takes all the way from live to forty
years to secure the construction and
completion of most any kind of a
structure, but au exception is made in
t lie Juneau court house and its con
struction is placed in charge of the At
torney (ieneral of the Cnited States.
\? i' i. /? i.. .. .:..i ..*?
.>1 r. r ran k 'irygiii. it >j>eei<ti rt^nn <>i
the general land office. has been sent to
Juneau to put lip the court house and
work on the same will not drag, hut it
will be pushed to an early completion,
so that it may be occupied at the next
term of court.
I'resh meat always on hand at Kast
berg A: Johnson's.
An original [Htem and much local
matter is unavoidably crowded out.
this week.
s They Ate iind Were Horry.
s The Misses (rprtnido and Catherine
Spear. 1 hi? popular school teachers of
Douglas Island, nave a dinner to some
. of t heir pupils at the residence of the
. former near the Mexican stamp mill.
. last Sunday. The invited uuests were
. Anna MeCormick, Lizzie Mc.Kenna,
May Hampton and Ksther Crofts.
fresh a specialty at fast berg A:
v Johnson's.
A (irund hull.
Prof. Miller, of Pou^las City, will
oive a ^ra11<i I>alI in (Hunan's hall
n?'\f Wednesday owning, ami it will bo
? the "swell" party of the now year.
Professors Mil lor. Fnlmor and Fremont
? will furnish the music. If you want an
evenings real genuineou.joymont. you
better jjo. Soothe hand bills and the
furt her notice in our next issue.
mi: tiii: mstuict or u.aska.
(iovernor?John (i. Hrady: private
secretary. Mrs. Cert rude Knapp.
IT. S. Judge?C. S. Johnson.
C. S. Attorney?Koliert .\. Cried rich.
Assistant District Attorney?Alfred
?J. Daly.
District Clerk?Albert I). Klliott.
Deputy Clerk?Joseph J. Rogers.
C. S. Marshal?J. M. Slioup.
Surveyor (?eneral?\V. L. Distin.
Register?John W. Dudley.
I Receiver?Roswel I Shelly.
Court Interpreter?Ceorge Ko>tro
met inotl.
Commissioners?(\ \V. Tuttle. Sitk:i:
John V.< )strander. Jnneaii: Fred I'.Tns
tin. Fort Wranpd: L. K. Woodward.
Cnalaska; Phillip (Jallatrlier. Kodiak;
John I*. Sinit h. Dyea; \V. J. Jones. ('ir
(do City: Chas. II. Isham, Fnpa.
Deputy .Marshals?W. If. .MeNair.
Sitka: Kdward S. Staler, Junean;
\V. D. t Irani, Fort Wraiiirrl;
Kdward C. Hasev. Kadiak;
Lewis L. I lowers, Cnjra: J. C. lilnine.
Fnalaska: F. M. Canton. Circle City:
.losias Al. Tanner. Dyea: John MoKl
hcny. Donjjlas Cit v: Neil C. Vawter. St.
.M iehaels.
Deputy Internal Ixevenne Collector
W. C. Pedlar.
Ldueat ional A^rent?Sheidon Jackson
Assistant Airent?William Hamilton.
Vln lit lit \\ \ 1 v * ? 1 I \
('ol lector?J. \V. Ivey.
Special Deputy?\V. I*. McHride.
Deputy au?i Inspector?Win. Mill
more and ('. L. Andrews.
Deputy Collectors?.Joseph Artnciif,
Fort Wrangel; K. M. VanSlyek. Mary
Island; W. <?. Thomas, Kodiak; (?. \V.
Catou, Cook's Inlet; T. I!. Holmes, Ka
riuk; F. Sinnot. Fnga; .1. 1*. Word.
Cnalaska; K. T. Hatch. St. Michaels;
('lias. Smith.Circle City; John C. Ten
ny. Juneau.
Inspectors at Juneau?Coring K. Ad
ams. Harry Mintoand John K. Auld'u.
Inspectors at Fort Wrangel. Kdward
Ilot'stad. S. \j. Adams. < Jeo, J. Smit h. H.
L. Hunter. Win. I >enny.
Inspectors Atloat?J. S. Slater. S. K.
Hodges. L. H. Lovejoy. Kdgar<trim.
When you do your trading ask the
merchant it'he advertises in the News,
and it he don't and refuses to, don't co
t liorr sixain.
Mr. P. K. Motiuir*? leaves to Way or
tomorrow for tla? Porcupine minim;
Douglas City Barber Shop.

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