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A Country Girl [OrlflntL] Matilda Tboroe. ? coootry flrl. w celved an Invitation tor a vlait to h? fashionable auut, Mrs. Treaddle, who lived ou Central Park East New York. 4'1k> reason for the invitation waa tliat Matilda tm down oo a llat of legatee* for small amounts la the will of Scboe n r!mru Wrinkle. Mrs. Treaddle'a brother, a bachelor. aged forty, *aud he insisted on seeiug each and ?? cry bcncticiary. When Matilda ar rivt'.l, Mr- Twaddle, struck with her ? beaut* and freshness. was at once ter titled le her brother might fall in lore v a t . .1 i i.rry her. Since the bulk of * fortune was to descend to VI r*. } determined to bead off any such possible result. Manilla, said the lady, "It la my d*\j to warn you against the men of Xe\ York Now. there's my own b ::.cr. t- m. He has uo conscience ' u hate\ er in the matter of a conquest. He h is broken many a girl's heart and ?>'Uld i "t - ruple to seud you back to jour home jilted and disgraced." ? "Oh, aunty, how awfulT' "s iiu I .1 as you would an adder " "But lie is uiy uucle." "Oi > l>y marriage. Even If be were 1 don't think that would protect you." Tin- was not the ouly safeguard Mrs 1 reatlille threw out against a po? ? >; le of tier brother's fortune. She gave Reginald Knickerbocker. a young protii-.ule with whom she had been carry - ou an lutlinacy. Instruction* , to M thus preventing Scber inci from doing so. Having thus p n Tin- I rs. Mr*. Treaddle felt that ?:.? hnd her brother corralled, f **Ot iuiitv." said Matilda a few days 1st. "n ! ! . v ?u think? Mr. K nick ert> k* !? Itiit I suppose 1 shouldn't "Tell me evcryilblug. my dear." \ I .en we were alone he put his arm around me." -Ill, .si What else did he do I" "Oh. 1 n't like to tell!" "Ymi'd better. my dear." "\\ ? .. in \ ? iUL I congratulate yfltt. Mr. 1 ken <>--ker is oue of the few New York fashlon : he's not like I'nrle i ? I tru>t it will all come >u wn| l>e very happy." A f iv , later Matilda entered _ r.H>ui i i her accustomed ? i<-- way aud saw Mrs. : ?_ laid Knickerbocker ie-a Me hand lu hand, ilropi'ed the band aud ,-d iiiH.jed. but she was ? ?un-i^?-n y. i I ;v. Matilda. I want to con Meggy has been giving ? j ist as if he nere ()?' has told me of your how you surprise met >. l. ?m \.>r hasn't proposed to i. si;, turned away with her cyee ? T! iy be* ause I was * alt ?vi I Kukkerlaocker. rising and . iJv : nir toward her. "for your aunt's permission." "W; tor that?" asked Matilda, turn li.- j.L.r of wondering eyes on him. "You dear, unsophisticated child." > 1 : r "It. our set It la not u r?sl 1 norabte for a man to win a girl without p rniission." "i iti. . I, ? said Matilda, a mild dla ent in her voice and eye* "1 t ?<> Try : Y'ou can't be honorable. \ .li ? : t have |>ermission when you Mrs Treaddle put a lace bordered liaiaUen hief to her Hps to hide a sin. "Mr. Knickerbocker bad my P : n to win jou from the Brat" !< ktsl as if she were going to cry. "W i.stV the matter, child?" asked nc: Mr. Knickerbocker n 1 peraiis>U>n to love me. then ,1 rterward. Suppose be hadn't _..<t >nti:--lon. I should have been so inted." Au<l. putting her baud L her eyes, she glided out of A : passed, during which Regl 1 . ker spared no palna to u I ..-elf aire>'able and restore 0 t,?ne day Schermerhorn Wr - ?! his kister If she were not _ nag to give Matilda an entertaln "Au entertalument! Why, Scbem. a.- y< :i crazy? Give that country cklt an et:t? amtnent? It would cost me uiy pn-itioii in society." H -s insisted on It In a quiet v\ : v ;> |>ro(>er thing, and Mr* Tr- I not ilare disobey. Ou the t*1 ' I entertainment Matilda -in pie white dress, wltb a r U hair, looking for all the viirM : ? a <?ris?k statue. Mrs. Tread d v -lied to find that tb? usteaJ of Injuring bet - i-iety knd made a hit ' -s '! athlle " raid a guest, "what a l> to introduce such a charming iiiuce her engagement ?* ? 11 ;--ment!" stammered th? Ah. yes- to Mr. Knicker 1 III did not know It was tr be glv ? u out tonighr." "M: I kerbo< kerl Why. yoa? ro loiuiced to me himself that ? ?<1 to Miss Thome." Mr the uiomeiit was |>asslng ? on bis artu anil heani rhe s.:id to his sister, "tblt i- consented to be my wife." ? I : lattle cat! She has In - . around like a snake and deceived us alt" t " s?: 1 Matilda, with dl# olty "You deceived yourselves." KI.1ZA It ARTHUR. Won >1 W.?t.d Worn* i wanted at Pullen hous . In quire at once. 11 3 tf. Spring chicken at the Pack Train restaurant. Fur Collarettes, at Winter*'. tf Stetson hats at CI arson's. *~~iCfcNCEfXrJ"6 oLC age. . ?u 3h*al4 U?? Loaf laoMk M Wtl??M, Hot Dml, Dutt. From twenty to fifty a man shouidl Ur? for himself an<l hla fa mil;, from fifty to 100 for aclence and humanity aod after a hundred for the state. Hon ored. uaefui, In full poaaeaalon of all hla faculties at slxsoore yeara and ten. the graybeard of tbe approaching fu ture will be among tbe moat enviable ?f mankind, for tbe fear of death li an aberration. The fact la that only one man In a million at preeenl din a natural death. We abould live till 140 yean* of age. A man who expires at seventy or eighty la the victim of accidcnt. cut off In the Bower of hi* days, and be unconscious ly rewsnt* being deprived of the flftj yeara nr so which nature owea him. Leave M>J a little longer and In du? time be wir. desire to die, as a child at dusk desire* to sleep. The sandman will pa as! All our Instincts drop from ua one by one. The child cr?ea for mother's milk. Tbe Idea of such an ailment is repug nant to the adult. The deslraa for sweets, for play, for love and lovemak Inf. for long walks and adventures are all Impulses that have tbelr day and pass, and the wish to live la an In sttnet which falls also wltb satiety. Only at present none of us live* long enough to be satiate with days.? Pro fessor MetchnikofTs "Studies In Hu man Nature."* The l??r After. It Is s strange omission that tbe day after, supreme and epoch making period of time, should have failed to receive the homage which Is lts_ Just prerogative. De (Julncev. In his powerful bit of word painting entitled "Tbe Knocking at tbe Gate." dwells iou the thought that In "Macbeth" tbe climax of tha tragedy, the mouieut most truly fraught wltb terror. Is not tbe one In which occurs the murder of I>unca&. or when tbe guilty pair nerve them selves for Its accomplishment, but the moment wheu the first knocking at tbe gate la beant With that summon* from without comes an instant and terrible realization of what bas taken place. In that moment of horror Is ooodensed all the meaning of past crime and future retribution as In a lightning flash. Tbe magnitude of what has happened ?annot be measured until tbe first touch of reaction has been felt. We cannot tell what bas really occurred till tbe day after.? Atlantic. Tm lull to Ok*F. When a certain couple were married the wife was sixteen years old and big | and buxom. The husband was two years her senior, but slim to thinness ao?l uot up to the average in bcighr. ' Ten >vara passed, and the couple sot along as well a* many couples do. but the wife waa hard to manage. WltL j the flight of time she became larger while her theoretical lord aud master j added uot an Inch to his stature nor ai. ounce to his weight. One day he want cU her to do something, and she re fu*?l. at lint quietly, then vehement!/, and finally explosively. "I'll not do It." she declared, "aud I'd like to see you make me." "But. Maria," expostulated ber bus band, "when you married mc didn't yon promise to obey me?" "I did." she replied. Then, sizing up bis diminutive proportions, she added "But I expected you'd grow." How to M?kr Pine W<roda. Farmers in the White mountain have discovered, or learned, what farn: ers elsewhere are slow to ascertain. It Is that if you lop off the lower limbs of balsams when they are young the 11 tuba will not jrcw again. Thus the tree as lumber will be Improved. It will be freer of knots. Certain hotel owners, desiring pin Lamia near their hotels on account of healthfulness. a*Ked a government for eater how to get them. The reply wa? "Cut off the hard woods, then turn t Il ea t tie in to pasture for three years That will keep down the shoots of tb - hard woods, and the plne9, which cat tie avoid, will grow up, and their i needles will keep down other growths." Trlekr Dy?mll?. "Pernaps nothing Is more uncertain in the line of accidents than dyna mite." aald a dealer In the dangerous stuff. "You might drop a cartridge out of your hand, and it would explode and tear your body to atoms. Another cartridge taken out of the same case might be hurled from the top of a tall building and would land on the pave ment like so much harmless wax. to be ground up under the wheels of heavy trucks and to be exploded with frightful havoc by the soft cushion tire of a bicycle." Palatal. "Aa a general thing." says a lawyer, "?ne doesn't expect to And a sense of hamor In the employees of a prison Yet 1 know of a rather catchy reply made by a prison guard to the query of a visitor whether the existence of the guards was not * painful one. ?"Painful!" echoed the guard. 'I should say It was when you consider what a number of felons we have on our hands.' " Aa laflaluai Wobsd. The limit of masculine humiliation has been worked In the case of a Wich ita man. Hla wife makes him wear tucks in the sleeves of his nightgowns, trimmed with pink ribbon so thst the baby won't know the difference wbec be walks the floor with it In the night 1 -Kansas City Journal. qaalat Lagte. A bit of reasoning a la mode d? Pu mas ascribed to Rossini, "I don't like spinach, and it is very fortunate I iou't. because If I did like it I should Mi* U. *?*'! 1 can't endure It." Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Blank Books and Stationery Magazine* Books and the Latest Lead l?j Newspapers I. f. Fairbanks 214-214 Broadway. Phone 90 M HASTINGS' FIDDLE. (Copyright. l?t b y t?. B. McClur? ?Jompany.l It was a well known fact when Abel Halting* w ? elected one of the dea ?w* of bis church that he not only ,wned a Bddle. but played on It. He had heeu censured for thla act of worldllncss. but a? It waa hla only weakness and a* he was eminently fit ted to f* a deaeonablp hla brethren went a Wad and took cbancea. It might l?> Just possible, a r (filed the majority, thut a man could fiddle and not bring die church Into disrepute. But at fhe tame time be waa expected to play sothlng but the uio*t solemn aire. The first move on the part ?>f Satan wa* to Induce the new "pillar" to atop itid gaze at some clrcua bills posted on t barn A brother deacon caught him red handed aud lectured him for an hour on the euormlty of his offense. Hie transgressor promised better things. But. lo. when the clrcua arrived he permitted bis daughter Minnie U > at tend In company with young Ike Har per! Hla excuse that young people had t cariosity to see lions, tigers, t>ear? sud kangaroos didn't go down. and he waa warned that any more trifling would be a serious matter. The deacon was penitent, but It wasn't four weeks before he bought a piano for his daughter. At an Informal meet lug of the other deacons, the pew openers and the box passers It was .li dded that a piano could not be classed under the head of naturally wicked. The question waa. Could the deacon live In the saaie house with a fiddle and a piano and maintain hia religious integrity? The deacon's critic* were watching md waiting, when they caught him tripping In auother direction. His barn faced tie road, and when an agent for a stomach bitters came along and offer ed him $25 for the use of the roof for a yesr the good man pocketed the cash. A. might v sign aoon appeared on the ruof. and the last letter was hardly finished before Deacon Hastings was In trouble. It was the opinion of the majority that ail stomach bitters were three-fourths whisky and that the dea con had sold hlmaelf to the cause of Intemperance and ought to be disc! pllued. He was going like a lamb to the slaughter when the agent hired a , man to drink four bottles of the bitters at once and proved that there was nothing in It to lift a man's heels off the ground. The object lesson couldn it be denied, but yet no one was Mtlaned. He realized this fact and didn't dare give a cornhusklng or an apple paring that fall. . Nemesis was close on the deacon s heels however. His daughter Minnie was a general favorite, and one winter night a lot of young people appeared as a surprise party. He couldn't turn them away, aud he reluctantly brought out his fiddle. The fiddle and the piano stinted out with "Sweet By and By," accompa nied by all who could sing, and how they ever switched off on to ragtime the deacon could uever explain to him self It was like a dream to blm next day When told that the youug folks had formed In sets and danced to hla "first four forward and back-ladles change? gents to the left? all prome nade." he studied over It and sighed. Before noon next day it was known far and wide that Deacon Hasting* bad fiddled for a dance That he would be churched was regarded as a mattet of course, and it was determined that hla fellow deacons Investigate before be could run away from the scene ol bla crime. Accordingly, at 7 o'clock on the evening after the party, they filed into his parlor to put him on the rack. ?Brethren. I hain't got much to say,' began the culprit "If there was ? dance, and I guess there was. theu tht Addle sort of got away with me." "But you also called out the figure* to be danced, didn't your' asked one. "Mebbe I did. When the music sot te goln', I felt that I had to mix In. Durin oiy sinful days I used to go to every dance within ten miles." "There can be no doubt, brethren, said the same deacon, "that it was sin ful music and that there was dancing but we must not be too impetuous Deacon Hopkins, will you let us heal the strains given last night?" The deacon called hla daughter down aud got out hla fiddle. While he wai tuning up three of Minnie's girl friendi arrived and were ushered into the room. When the music was ready, tht derelict said: "I will show you as nigh as 1 can re member Junt bow It was. Deacon Jones you stand here with my wife. You otb era stand up with these girls. Now you are all ready. Salute your partners ladles to the rlght-gente to the left All salute! Promenade half way round -half way home! All balance aud swing your partnere!" The deacons had stood up reluctant ly. They had hung back at the first caU. It was only for a minute, how ever. A warm wave swept them from bead to heels and back, and they went through the figures with a vim. "That's the way It was," said Deacon Hastings as the music stopped -"only more of It; two hour*, mebbe." The deacons retired to the kitchen for a consultation, and when they had got there they looked Into each other'i face and queried, "Well?" When they had returned to the i>ar lor. Deacon Jones, speaking for the rest, said: "Brother Hastings, we find that you played sinful music and that you on lie*' sinful calls for a sinful dance, but w? also find thut your fiddle got away with you and that everybody enjoyed the occasion, and so you wtvt . ear any more about It. I may adl In this connection, being as we are here as sembled and betas as your ft.ldle and piano are In tuue. yon might faro- US with a few more lively airs C. B I.EWI* Ladies' mackintoshes at halt price at W H. Robertson's. ? REMIIK & MCLEAN ? General Blacksmiths Cealerlln Horten, Harnen# and All Kindt of Sled OIt. Us i Call Public Notice The assessment roll of I he town of Skagway for the rear 1003 Is now in my possession for the purpose of collect ing the taxes levied therein, which are due and payable. The tux*>8 for the year 1903 will be come delinquent on the first day of March, 1904, at the hour of 0 o'clock p m., and unless they are paid prior thereto twenty per cent will be added thereto us ii penuliy of delinquency, and eight per cent Interest on the amount of said taxes and ponulty will be charged from the date of delinquency until paid. Taxes may be yaid at my office dur ing business hours from the date here of Dated at, Skagway, Alaska, Nov 1, 1903 H. H. Dkai-er, tw. City Treasurer. Ordinance No. 50. An ordinance prescribing a penalty for departing from any hnuse declared by the Health Officer to bo in quarantine Be it ordained by the Common Council of the own of Skagway: Section 1. That whenwver the Health Officer shall discover or be apprised of the ex istence of any case of t-mallpox, scarlet fever or nher contagious ditease, he shall causo the proper tUg to be display ed on the premises where such contag ious disease may be domicile and he shall declare in the puHio print, and shall enforce a rigid quarantine of said premises; and that it shall bi- unlawful for any person, without writte n permi? sion. signed by the Health Officer, to depart from any ouse whieh has been declar. d by said Health Officer to be quarantin> d. Section 2 That an v person violating thi* ordi nance shall, on eonvictl'>n, fe punit.h-ri by a fine of not le-s th?n five ($\U0) Dollars nor more than one huuilred ($100.00) Dollars. Passed the council Sept 28, 1903. Approved. Sept. 28, J 903. w. It Kino, President of the Council and Ex-offlcio Mayor pro tei?. Attest? W. 8. Mi Kean, Town Clerk. Ordinance No. 49. An ordinance concerning stenm wood outline machines steam 'hiwers and all stove pipes, chin neya or apparatus using a forced draught. Be it Ordained bv the Common Council of the Town 1 1 Skagway. Section i. That all stoam wood cutting and steam thawing machines, and all stove pipes, chimneys ami apparatus of any kind, using a forced draught, shall, white the same are being operated, have in use an effective spark arrester. Section 2. Whoever shall operate or ctuse to be operated, such machine, stove p!pe, chimney or apparatus, without having in use such spark arrester, shall be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be pun ished by a tine of uo' less than five (5) nor more than tiity (50) dollars: Pro Tided, however, that any such spark ar rester which shall have been first ap proved by the Fire and Water Commit tee of the town in writing, shall for the purposes of this ordinance, be deemed to be effective. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval Passed bv the council September 28th, 1903. Approved September 28th 1903. \V. H. King. Piesldent of tne Council and Ex -officio Mayor pro tem Attest? W, S. McKean, Town Clerk. Ordinance No. 48. An ordinance regulating the rate of speed on bridges belonging to or in control of the town of skat: way. Be it ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Skagway: Sect'oo 1. That it shall be unlawful for icy per son to ride or drive any animals or ve hicles over or u|on any bridge lelone iog to or in the control of the town of Skagway at a rate of speed faster thnn a walk. Section 2. That anv perron conviced of having violated this ordinance shall be punish ed by a tine of not les* than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval. Passed in the council September 28, 1903 Approved September 28th 1903. w. B. King. President of the Council and Ex-offlclo Mayor, pro tem. Attest, W. S. McKean, Town Clerk, 1 Caribou Crossing 2 A Strictly | ? Dining Room in Connection ? ? | Choicest Wines Liquors & Cigars ? HUM'S STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Of 9k*gw*j and Alft-ska Scenery from nefaltves marit wilh the bet?t '.vis* Louses, arv 0\ SALE ?, SKAGWAY NEWS CO. PIONEER CIGAR STORE Noiio* of Sattlaniiint of AdminU tratton In" the U. S. Commissioner's and ex Offlclo Probate Court for Skaffwa\ Precinct, Division No. 1, District of Alaska. In the matter of the estate of Samuel Gould, deceased. Notice is hereby ffiven 'hat on the ItOth day of December, 1903, at 10 a. m , the final accounts of the administrator in the above estate will be settled Any person interested in said estate may appear and file exceptions in writ ' intr thereto or the same will be allowed and the administrator and his bonds ram discharged from their trust. Dated Skagway, Alaska, October 29th. 1903. ' J. J. Rogers, U S. Commissioner and Ex-Ofticio Pro bate Judge. 10-30-4w SUMMONS In the United 8 flues District Court for the District of AHfckn Divitdon No. i. At Skagway. Josephine Eric k ton, plain till. vs. U. K. Erlck- 1 son, defendant No. To CJ. L lincksoo, defendant, greeting: In tin- imine ol tin* CftttMl States of America you are hereby commanded to be and appear in the above entitled iouu holden atSkngw-y in Bald division of the district of A1 ska within thirty days from the date of the completion oi the nerioa of publication hereof, to-wit from the 14th da\ of November, 1908, there to answer the complaint of Josephine Kriekson ugain-t you. wherein the said Josephine Erlcksun, OotH* plfllnaiit pra\s u decree ol said court for the dissolution of the bon is of matrimony hereto fore existing bet wee* piaintitl and defendant on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatruf n O the plaintiff bv yoa the naui dc endant; an i if you fail so to appear and answer or otherwise plead, for want thereof the piaiuiitt will apply to the court f- r the relief demanded in said complaint, a copy of which Is served herewith And you, the United States Marshal fo Divis ion No. I, i f the District of Alaska, or ?uy iet> nt> are hereby req ired t-i make service of this summon* upon the defendant. as by law requir ed and you will make due return here f to the clerk of said court within forty ia\s from the d oe of delivery to you with an ? indorsement hereon of y ur doings lii the premises VViines- my hand and the heal of siid court a' Sksgway In Mild District, this afcth day of Sept ember. 190ft. (Seal.] W. J. HILLS Clerk. By M. H.McLKLLAN Deputy Clerk Date ol first publication September 3 >. 6w Date of last publication November 15 SOLDIERS' AODIIIOVAL HOME STEAD NO. United States Land Office, At Junvuti, Alaska. August it 1903 Notice is hereby given, that A. K Tregeut, a> aslgnee of A. R. Clark and Edwin N Blis* in? ing entitled io the benefits of .Section 2606 < f the Revised Statutes of the Uuii?a states, granting additional lauds to so. iers and sailors wh>> served In the war of the Rebellion, has m*td? application to thin ofll< e to make prooi and en try b\ sHld applicant, under act of congre*sap proved May 1 4th 18fl8 for l?nds in U.S. survey j N? . 17# iu th- District of Alaska, described *~ fcllowg. towlt: Sltuiite on the southerly shore of that arm oi Lynn canal on the west bile thereof? known as Chilkoot inlet, and hi a point approximately I five miles northwesterly l rem Haines Mission. District of Alaska, and m. re particularly de scribed m.h follows: Begiuningat a point atordiuary high water mark on the main land on the southwesterly | shore of Lynn canal, kuowu as Chilkoot inlet, on the west bi le thereof, marked 'Beg. cor. No 1." from which U. S. initial mouument No. 17b | bears s 06 deg. at; mla.E. 4.8-1 chains; thence S ltdeg. 06 mio. w lu.3u chsin* io cor. No. 2; thence S. 67 deg 15 min.KlU 43 chains to Cor No. 3; thence N. 11 deg. t min. E. !?? 80 chains to cor. No 4; thence N 09 deg. 68 min. NV, along Hue of ordinary high tide, 2.01 chains to cor. No s ; thence N Ki deg. 06 mm. W. along ordinary hiKh ti ie, 5.i65 chaltis cor. No. 0 thence N. .'?l deg 22 min. W along line ol ordinary high tide, 7.17 chains to cor.. No. 7 ; tnen?e N.72 deg.OJ min. NV. along ordinary high tide, 5.5% chains to cor. No. 1 the place f beginning c? litaining an area of Is sy acres Variation, 33deg. 'JO min E. Any and all person* elaiming adversely any portion f "-aid Ian Is are required to file an ad verse claim th^ 0*^ i" th s office during th** period oi publi atlon of this notice, or within thirty days tl?? u after, oth rwise proof and en try of said Ian is mi., w ...udeby said xppln ant. JOHN W. DUDLEY. Register. It If hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published for the mil period ol sixty-one days in the Skagway Alaskan, a dally newspa per, published at Skagway. Alaska, whi'b 1 hereby designate io be tne newspaper publish ed nearest tne land described JOHN W. DUDLEY. Register. First publication Aug. 27th. Birch Bark Baskets, at Case & Dra- 1 per's. The Royal Laundry cannot be ex celled. They suit your taste and con venience and fit you in prices. Phone 97, next to electric plant. Goto T. J. BROtMSER For Anything in the -* Sf COIMD-HAMD UNE From a Needle to An Anchor - Fourth Ave. near Broadway Lester E. Ktrkpalrick John G. Price j Kirkpatrick &. 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