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AV OF THE FALLS. re SATI RD1AY's DAILY. lowerse ystrdany gave the cattle' icttet stopping in this Pity geuot eel happy. octal hi anl odle has ordered r t rccec'lings in the Iii tcl contest utias ( rtiiain vs. . t'. I amp ('urtise rec'iit c ye terday tilivatiot of hlis appointment to 'in of special agent for the in artient. Mr. I'urtiss is an ix lusiiess mran und will no the pocsition creditably to the nt. lcccis (IilesoIn shows his faith k nni'ttaca seit byc ae wing ecven as this spring in ccheact. oats 'ie ccro1 is ialking splen hIt is certain of cc lirge yicel. pcrcsnt time the spring tcwas re ftlutltlt' in this rgu tic. Iter Lumber company Itwl all py yestertayla putting in pltce It In engine acted it now clincr. amens' stone store acd ware full of buclers' caterial of and their establlishaieit gen a incccIi of neitness and ec n truntcnt atas tiled itraici-c in v acrtin L. lolbcrt assigneil ad ed ti l1t Tiatltri' i t r I fatr Shears Manufacturing ctciptulc ey censideration his right cmt 'Je letters patent glalut't to hiim )y United Sltats for tueimaprove'ient Jtut as the' fctc-taa pltwe'i''ýt lcit was eavig Masonic hall yesterday aftetnoon a number of signs were junane'd close to nether in front of Mc'Knightt' store . hen the band started to play and there :ame fpi' heing ci statcsi icaleamcng me fractics horsees. ()e' etid juetp around and p atly iaintsel n hit ugLy. hut no )fie w~ hurt. A impute over rc sign was stttltiint to by Ea ngleneyer an en ait Lcby the nicce of Horn into .' eilgi o conurt yesterday. It eiene I lurea adsaign n his salon under the ('en t market. which was obnoxious to the od Englemeyrc, who tore it down. had d him arrested for destroying asessing the costs oil the plain ý asty tcat liii jecdge dilthicc eaic'c tiii b eMyers 1 ('u. are now ruenting their mawni~ll at full blast, turning out about 310M feet ac day. 'Their lIg drive is feed o 16 every day and in at few weeks they will have ai river full at their mill and b Thn. 'I'le HIlter Lumber cecnpany's mtou alsc in operation and it will not be days until the incodern and massive td other caachlinery of the aintte aiontana (' umcnene ial ecotpany will be d glb rapid work. Verily. treat lPalls is earaing itc title "lce allinneupclis of Koatanac." F. ]. Miplseiin. of Bolton. and 1). \l. Barringer. of Phill i~elphia. tiio Lefntli men heavily interested in itle Mountain it Chief anl other Niihart propertiej e. oI rived yesterdly from tie east. In var pan7 With ..1' t. iiliaker.iporinteiil'it of that mine, thiy lift yeererday after noosfor th futiri r e. a t illt o1 Mon teans, 'I I iiiut by triat I eIn' iv ;,nee ex inlg 1'erns, ;t Iiot l;ast nigh ltold0 wiureach thii le.tiiitietn seon. time today. hTi ii't of th1ese pe~ntianon rno doubt mn ti lhat thure ar, go,~ thinii in store for \Nib.rt. JoMat I. lyt . rt. 'H an ILh liirl, of this cit., hi-I 'edi .ly . - rri iiat of the Incr' t'nttiot if th l Ysimt In pro ed Sheep -ýl ';,,' Nhanufucturing ('~a Thepany. Te~Wapial 41tok of the companly aI i. 0 ui ticmd m ntto I.1 t ii -hab tmrs of one dollar enah. 'Thuompan i furied for the pirpiio If purchaiing. owning. I lessing. seilltmgr r othirw ime disposien of f all tent rights: montbr- letters patent grant - d M1armtiin l.. lberte or any other for the improvement of shears in nitei ItatAs of th rien u and flor aiintriii if thei I ore mid fir ' qp oiam itiilim tI i mIiiie-. 81 NI>.LY D AILY Qarpentirs and mi eihaiem ire itill bgy making iiiimroviments in the court huge" bu;Ilin;;. avid iloau-h till Ne-eteriiay final re t for the mnm-thtwilt quarter of sec-tioiii et township i 21 north of range live i On hurseiay Smuieil wilbur'u familyt tas increased by the arrival tft i twelve iitun ii. Iott miother and child lre In the suit of Eiitrernan Jordan vs. Igai Jordan for a divorce the judge yes «pdayoriereii the I w fmeult of the defend lgt entered. A. .1. Shores was yesterday by order of Judge I ii ntoi admitted to practice in this court until the meetinf' of the au Vrerne court. A. M. l'terson, it al. tiled yesterday on eeaigniuent copy transferring to F. M. Me uivey all right. title and interimt in lotti tri-i. i leick 4X7. city. fiio r $ct An iistruieint was tiled yesterday in I Which Ashiurn K. anrbour transferred I Francia M. Melquivey lot six in hlciik miier forty. North great Falli. for i tat. A party by the name of Emile in iIied in too mach drink li'riday and ac I ingly found himself in the eity ias le yesterday morning. le. pail the i I Sueal tine. $111 and easts. .J. F. Weiiner iled yeaterday in the dii trict clerk ai office ii petition for letters of adminiatration on the estate of John uiibinson, deiiaisd. The hearing fir said petition i- set for May 10. There is iuiither drayman in tow n. ,lie is not exeetly prepared to handle heavy fri ight but for one of his age and we-igit is ii ri-eiuir '"huneky." Wi- refer ai San Wilbur.. Jr., born iIriday night. Nannie V. McMahon and Thomas Me Mahon, her husband, through their at trney. J. P. Lewis, tiled yesterday with the district cliik the plters in i suit ageinst Alnmon M. Western to cancel his title to lot 1.5, blick 1i, Johnstown. The lady and gentleman who take turns in he-ping theiemcives to thine lAi Iiennm -E. which is left at the Park thea tre doer overy mcernimng, had ietter not reea"at tIhe utfeinue. Mr. et-io iays for the paper and wants the benefilt of it. li-eware! It is reported around town that the officials of the Great Falls & Canada I railway are trying to get a right of way I from the present terminus of that road to a point near th" s estern approach of 1 the wagon bridge. It is further said they will have the line extended inside of sixty days. The returns of thl bridge and hand I ei(4ction from A rmoington, us reported in the city press. wert' d(eidedly' wrong (n4 d Il) injusti(e to that progressive' town.o. 'I'le correct voet was: ('seade bridge, I for, 21. against, 1. Courthouse block. 1 for 12, against I. T'wnsite ci ipuny bridge, for 13. against I'. fifteenth vtreet bridge. for 14, guainst T. Pattie Milender ''((le into W. M\('Cook rill's oiflce yesterday and usk.e I for a li tense permitting her to we44 Anderson t ('raven. This was the first time in the t history of the ot110e since the present gentleman hits had charge of it where the bride-toibe applied for the license. Needless t5'ny it wns promptly grante44. 4 44oth live in (mra.t i'alls. T'hc (butsrich launmer cmpanny hail %note one of the most complete l'mber ' yards in Montana. 'Tiheir lo4ation is on eighth avenue northiletween Ninth and athl (444h halt lf t1o blocks n4t tis point Inal n4arl% tiht, wiholeof thIs aren is (.4)er4l4 With UnIhI4r. Tihir iiar11house for d14ors, 4a 1. and other builders stir terialI I an (itractit'e h'i4 ling. 2Xx1(ti feet. and is ',o 44ll of st1ck that there is l hurdly r44m44 te 't throulglI it The of IiF' Is a two :t+I. tiIb ilding of '114 It iri ite't1r'l 1l4(ign 44 which is t lire pr4of 4 v ialt and I'ert d41ir, '1 1n*4n i '.nc In con' n' ti' lilt tIhlir ý.$nI1ral mb Io1441 r' hu1sintesi th"e. tt ampany ojer,,tr. s i e\ten ! ! site plat1ing twill, whi.ht i"" 11m14'r t e' tlIInniln'4n4t of r14h4te t 1. i4tt,1. tih well known " niratratom . \ si'tu track the el tire II'41th of the yarrl g41('4 th 144 v(,r1 4 facility for hItinling their material 444d 4uring the visit .'f tllh repoiter i ier .lay 111.1 start butty uniousling ltumber from three or four ars. lesiides these 41xt4'44.i14' yn1I5s 4a4d war('1h44ous4s thII'w(r pliIy still maintains its old l4r1d 1441 thll South sil.. nier tilt' freight dihto4. '4 bore ,4they handlle ril and buil ihg 4444terial of all kinds. As tun 41idenc41 4 .f th14 4n4n4ut of busi14iness tr:4msn1ti'd by the I 4 company we m(a( stale that they 'r' I now running regularly tP e 4ou4l' ) a I two single teats dlli ering bui'lin flIt) ttrill and coIal throughout t1t rats. 'IlIIti'e work o4 thl C ory uibliig has I 444(1 rI1111)" . (ate huntile niltu andi fort; tenst, ;tc it work 4n4 the Barker I ranlh. SIeorg litansn. it nattiv4 of I 14nn4urk. 1Was granted his first patp'rs y'sterilay. t lonarch is reportIl to be a very lively place since ruilrmud construction b-ganu. ''The cas against \W(lt'r Black for s shooting (titI dog aver on the wi'lst side p i ill court- up today. T 'IF) returns from till the Itrlc'in'ts Shave been received amt the votes will she counted b~y the hoturd on tihe Gith. f Ti'' last ollicial a4t of .Julg' lily w(as to hine I'lt' I Johnson la10 145 l 4 osts y1( st'r Idany foI being drunk and disorderly. ('It, ton .1. Iawer tildl yesterday ilith I in I te munty recordcr tinal recrip't for Hi.l4' islanI ill the Missouri rIVer in 's.rtion 1, tIe. lship Ia 1orth of rilt* :t Th' i tzn f "e Glen41 (i t tI'alls have onr I chosalI in thetroit..11ilh..at n a t o"j4 f ell " t sal ,'-leg nit -ilk i. .\. I; t eI~ for the ir e ,.f tit. risioni tlst of this 1"it). '['III- I tt 14 ,"\ ''tlv to arfriet, befreft 11.nIlrial lIr ak " ILyncht ,:I into.. a lc t a I la a t.r a 11.,u ;1 1 was inre 1 teal :It th." uto aU en; ,I' ohis I-tui-. .1rig a ,t him untde atim btoni,. tno will ti ! I t h :i i ne. !it '"4ni-i n i t r titiii i \ti rt r t I'' 1'. P'ark wenhtI .4tenhtsl aun th'r .f thi lien"ii l iinliu 111i.- toin lir. Tit it i Isa 'ir of tii isn it l for nit IIt, n ll tuti a- resiutmnt ir on it itd i l fnil-t antsl old go intf tau-int ýn i thning muul 'o-1lrk i raising. Ine itf the s t ut of t tB t Northern taila way v, . oe1 Doe sand Richard 1Roe the namtes of I iuae Thompson and Andrew Lun ltrumi w ire substituted 'is tieof tni ants. itu proof being mai the new ifult if defendulnts was ente~red. The Park thtltre had fiit unusually tint- programin lst night, smne artists of muloubdted ability making their first up iii nii on the boards of that popular ilr. The house was iacked anim re pleatest encores were a featuart of the even ng. 'T hi fixtures nitda up in the new post uIttii and without doubt are ahead of anything of the kind in the state. itheis will be t70 iilase and thirty paper draw Nor. Postmaster Taylor hopes to get itl his stuff m i1ed today and open the iltice tomorrow. Th't paters were tiled with the district clerk yesterday in a big damage suit brought by C'asler I)abt vs. the (Ireat Northern railway. r e sues for ,Aitter claimed for injurieriult uini d indf rising out of alleged negligence ln the part of the employrts of tittt road. J.1udg lienton yesterday grnuted ait decreig divort e to ChristianI Anderi iin, nparating thlt-ebonds of natrimony h- retofore existing between her and lust Andersnl . Sri is given the iitis tody (f their dtarghter iniliara. lthe court further orders that the rental of certain prope~rty in Ilillings he used for the support of the daughter. .t .I Atrmington and I i. S. Toll hate hought from J. .r. Hill thrte Cleveland wisa stallions which will be shipped from eitt. Paul today. These stullions are out of it recent importation of horses by Mr. hill from i selection of the t er t English stoyk und are splendid i nitmais. ite orI - itsof t thti may si it ld i n their tut rival to rl itier ii this neighborhood. n trd re. hed here i sterday morning of the heath of .1. E*. to slit. superinton dent or the ltinrker mine in Btarker. 11e was duly silt it few days and died Sun da i t.nmn as2 er o g -ue originally frolm Nova Scotia and was widllyl este,"m-d in Iiturker. The 1Barker uit 'S 1ilock thti aftersn n.. William A. S nta , of `forms .l M11 Intyre, salan keepers at Iiiurker. tas brought down from the einmp on tiun day's train in it ter). preenttions 4-1n4i tiun. Whille it tsutllr was going on in his sahsl :4undaty shut- one struck hint with a rock on the head and he" ha sue feretd intense pain ever since. 1 Was .reported near to death's floor lat last night. I1e is at the tlan. The visitor to Fort Renton will note that Mr. *ere Hullivan has retired from the unanagement of the (:rundl Union hotel at that place, fullof honors and glory, and that Mr. Charles Howe. pro prietor of the old sid m1ipular Overland. alece-tle him. Mr. Howe has had 14 world of valuable exlxeriene in the hotel business which together with his justly eurned reputation its it genial, Iw.-ont inoluting andl illejinwke hat nil!t 1in i sure for the (;rand I own a g, 0,, patronage frim the ýi . t e the traveling publil 'Tile articles of ii p (reat fulls finihling and i I . ,r I i l tiin were filed in tie reh4r4l r'i snit1 terday. The assoleintiion is sto, k.0 .1t. t f:llK)o.M1,inli'iolvelinto:l',washuires.,lit' p . share. Th'e( iatsseniitntio shall he uo emust ence for the ia-riod of ten yours 74rmn0 theI date of its in orIll ratio1. 1The following are the trustees of the ii a 4 i4titn 1 aid will matage the nfiris of the samo until the first meeting of the stockhol era: ('hls. WVegler. E. V. iilatto. If. Nalhaelh, M. M. latter. I'. I. \1Ik c-x. I A. E. Dickerma1 I. E.41rhrt. If. II ('howen anti Th9en. IGibon.. Charles W'eb4ster ltft ,esterd a41 1r4 IButte to be present at the meerting t datyof the conlinitte"" iipluintest toehous." a site for the ('ongregltional lll.legl. Mlr. Girson twais rippointed bI 1L( htoard a1 trade to repiresent thr rlbin s.. " Great 11ii4ls. hot . e was i nsp.' 11 gi t I ani 1 .1 Mr. Wllftlter 14 the no ,IonLt a14! r.4pr1snI this ,'it%. toed if unyone ran \iii. lit .. 44inl1 will. its he possesses tho1 lrogh ii, I rnr ntio t l on the suiji llt 111 silos beIin treal y. perl' iv. talker. ' 1" struggle f (r supre ma has n44rro%1 ' wli lit *4.a r-tv I ietwen 5 4r114t I ,OI 4.-l T IHele (a, n ith the hest possihho show it' rtnu.r of .t h .fu h e r. (:1V .1 t' llH I N (1% 1 \ Ilti l~lt. 44 (illtl dler an4 d Ill, Resol44 er I If s4te 1 .tnsoan ..i the Weit'1 vtle, .\ snmall boy. it herd of tan's. a %, lliow dog and it grdlen patch- it "pue en onhi n4tion. yklt of ulli ie lt . ii port 1ne. un deh.rtookyesterdaiy to play the pre!0uoinary part in If tragedy. It saeelsa 14 b4 II, the name of 4 4alte4 E. I1la.-k. herds ine on lower t1144 river, in the viiinity of .1. 1). (.ore's resident-e. O~f late sonse of the lawvines have shown a i dislipsitioll to atrl. oiwn4y frt411 the herd in order to stuple radishes and lettuce in 4r. (olre's g4 den, much to the chagrin of that gentle lnii. He tohl hi4 wife to set their 114! til the cattle the next time the intruders invaded the garden. They samne again yesterdliy liorning hungry 4o, garden truck, and Mrs. (;ore tromptll 11 t the I dog on them. Blak i'4nie up 444o1t the timel the excitement was running ihigh and in tine old time 4 mwh4 y style. pulled a revolver from his aiscket 4ind took sundry shots at the barking dog, but with no further It-ect than badlysearing Mrs. (;ore. In the n4t an time the excited cattle had ruin,-(; m4st of the garden. making al ham4y 1a h nlt herlies tender abbages, hea.s. ett . .1. I). Ea(ir all this time was here in town. and as soon 41s he heard of th- shooting. set out aslross the river swearing 4o1n geunce on o4n1 g la-k. 7ornifn44 living 4n the we4 t si4(1 t4lephIdlllIl to t41e- she4 i1I4s olict- that there 144o1d s1rely Ie bloodl4hed if (44 re Intl lI 14 l Ia. aw 14114 to have 44 oflicer s44nt a4lIr. S'ott A1la, risen unnt acress thet river :,ad arr."rting II 44 I 4 lrough- t hit 1 ern1 w 441 4 g' I4 'The judge 41t th- 4 1' ing f .1r 41n4ld 14 %%Il 11 4 r 14g4i4za ce. 'a t Hlirt it it.minilt' r I n ed.i knew the hi t '. " ta . iils well t tring the i eir." i I M i ua an ti-r nsifti tutu wi iiirt I if t ari :err 'I'wtnrtlvL Hit tn~lrnl a.fti at nit anr. u e li re I- t Min all in i. tit iittiii u r iy I or1 s :arivte g;llwit Jluoh .t. Ia 'tan. it ul ti t' iit iho htt ith I a tilt - itruitain, in which wtt t.t I t I was tlntnhn. Sit fitt ds I tia rit liiatt. harte Fisher and tif s i lf tt tion irt only iurtivt rtin that corps living in ;11nti Itana. and now thatt tti'pu trti. i-i it Iall., only tctve and I are left. The bittle of tItokouti tin Ihi lIai fought on the 24th day of Novembf r. 1-itt. and I tttiver siiw haultt frotm that aetentful tite. when I tits carried wounued to the hospital ti felt mItent Ins atit. Twenty slitn yeari after ie met way up here in ritin iorthtiemt. thoustnds of miles fronm that historie" ground. The stdder;rtt t ti the hole t tx perient e watt that Dita and I were prft ent when Hit-ett dieti, the tt ly living tuemters of a great ari corps.. in .t whole state triyiin to mn.k' the last hours of a dying comrade easy i- s tti.s.tt e it was a very sorrowful momient for on, awl i ttee you we narill never forge t it The titr lnie I-t ttn ito ti weter Sireu of thg railroa- l outi ntat ing, tirm of Shepaird, 1in ' ... passed through town on Sunday' t-listern train tn route forld was etnlI-heil rith iuitg from ft tour of iaspti tion of the ton struction now undi truly pan ItiIt itwilir .rest higteotion. tre hatl eoen as ftl west uas ionner's Ferry in the I'll it 1 Sidies and reports vtfrathing in at irtiising crndition in the monstreta lne. (Trading is going on aluilxueig fl lice from the, summuit of th." Hoctki,-a to the Knootney ricer. Bsy the suiishilr t this monuth there aill ble lwltwen feat stnd tive thousand roan at work oald that large force will make dirt f:ark IyI. :Asked about the Flathead coutrhhy. tin prospetcts. Met., hie said he thought pr0 plc were thwaking in there pretty 1a- I t, give that section it perfectly be utik\ growth and they aright ovner"b. V~th if the stampede is kept up. III w", nie! .d' the opinion that ('olumbhia Palle tcubt not ho the town though hIe did! to emntuit himself in fuver t l :.i. Iar tieular pla1ce. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present alit far the production of everything, that .<ncon duce to the material welfare and runnort of mtankin~d are almost unlimtntrd and when Syrup of Figs ma, first prt.tuodt the world vas enriched with the ann! larfect krxati ec known, as it is the ii le remedy which is trully pleasing ins! ri' freshing to the taste and prompt a-' HtTectual to cleantse the svr Lean gt nth : I ithe Spring timhe or, its fact, at any t. Ind the better it is Lnown the mare pup' utlar it becomes FUNERAL OF W. S. WETEL. .An immeenee Pr tession Accomenin dtI the Itemeeainee to Their Last liesting-Plnce. t ivii' i'ietiet an ! Military e'ee anlin Ii in Line1With It tLarge \nnherr off I tieerns. I itmeCitive ntiertl SerIiies C un ducted 6by the Musanir Frn e ernity Taps. Itgarllb of i irizzling ruin the funeral of the intt' ' illiam "colt W%'etz l I'riiay I as ittendedl n% n eery lnrget numfber of people. It is safe to sity that sulh :ii .'evasion has hut ult to Hutt' ii MoInttic rairwn togetih'r it larger enswourse. while ft w. if any funlrulus yet held in this state aln Il aiiny nay conm pare with it ist unnii hers. If the weather had been ui littu'le Iiiaseter the attendi ante woubi hicc be in greatly increased. anti muccc im-re cbt triei h iejnil whiiiir'rs of the deiiicie't cnuMli hate participated in the obtirt '' ie' The grei t thrice of people ' chio wire unable to obtain ;ahnissuon to tihl, Ull inl which the lii rviees took plice.hut [hili helped to ieiil the number in the Ire cessio to the grave. were not all residiets of this eity. They c.'e from neighboring towns and ioinnui itie-s froin the mn-ch. the work `shop and the mine. and they .ne de termined thut no storm that blowe shiuli in any way interfere with the- previously planned outdooar exereises. \Nr did it. T'heigh the rai for ii tine des'ended quite severely 'uelt kept his pltee in line. ditertiued to fiilitl to the last the part itloettc' hit t o tiyn, p prter tribute to thile' ded. Iluincess was t'nipiraeily suspended yesterday afternoon. few tettenuling to the cares and teties of life till the lhst carriagei' s ii lt or sight. ( )ing to the Jrtomtinenice of the ui':cnnel ini the Zia. [iome allo other societies. memtbers or thtse order[: turned out to ;I cma, isil ;is it result little lusiness coul he trans al ed.l The long proev~ssion to tihe tirave was8 made uip of thw reprl'ventaative rm'n of this and adjoininge towns and it 11urpassal antything, 111'1 before iln this leity, in nltube'rs mind delpartment. The (;rani trmly was well represl'nted in tihl Sheri 11n( 111141 mind thole' %ltlran1, ,"rizzled and gray, e'svortedl by ('ompany A1 First Iregimnt~n of Montana. made111 on imlposing aippe'araiwe at tht, hand eft tihe column. The'n ,1111 the (N )ll ellowts tl. hKni',hts of P'ythinls. lni the I nlitedl W\orkmnlr, in thll ardor rnned1l . mall 11inull tihe Muasmis un1h1r wyhnos dlection till funeral was eouulne~tlel. broughtit tit thev rear' fol iong it guard around th," he'arw". .\ loin ,ltrin1' of r;,rriaa es sl 11.1t1 thre'o ill 11number. b1 n'tual 1",111t. toll widl ahowe Iln fot. The \'1asonchll wa 111 is fillet withi fih mlvllh1rs of Ill 1.1nou11.,ol-ietils ,nit the friends anal rvbsiae ol' f the derl;nsesI. to 1110 drivok ylstlrday. aaftl'rnoron~t whilch t11111 the' ,Ill i 1 1' 1 cm il i a n uc e . . I . . 1 .l .: C u r i e . W Ir s h i ai f u l MuastIel o' thill lodgel. pr~eslIdll Buring the \.1hnnin 11 co uiaies and tll '. \\. I. 1'1 m inh'. tlh, chaplain. pe~rformald' thle' 11rv1il'l. whlieh wire in t1I'1em sled Hitt, aplll'.1rla tl surred"1 sn1lgs 111 a ceuir. At the 1"l4os, of th ill -rth1 ls the" gasket was oplned to ,'mblls alny one1 whot wished to take is Iinal1 look ;at tihe re, mains, after whwhr the serieties tilold out ins ti,. 11(un11 order in w hicha they were to march in the prolcession. 'rie Mlusons n inst, fohow~in; tihl casket carried by tihl pall bearers \Ilver's. Roolsevvlt. L~apl'yre. Riobe'rts. Hutgills. \Wren mud ('omnbes. Whome the rennin, had bet i placed in the bearde the proeession. ,leaded by tihe haindl which playedl "Nearer edy (lad to T'hel and other selections, started down ('entral a %enueen route for the llemeter%. 'The line if the funeral march wile west in C'entral avl'nue to Second street, 11outh on Second to S~wonld avenue, east 111 Second avenul to I"'urth street. and south on that street. then by road to tihl burying groundi. Tile entire party took varriagev for the ornuet'ry nn the outtskirts of the city. The ser'vicer at the grave were can durtedl by the Motions. and as it hald stopped raining the bauntiful rituail of that order wus carried out, after which the IGrandl rn.\i1 lathered around the ,trill and w1ith bent heads and Bolenmn tillil listened to that soundl So familiar in nmilitary life which manrks the ("11151 of dý1y tit ls. A\ y dung bugler stepped to the heatý of the 4;1111 and1 with his hug l 11l 41 tails. 11r. as thw old sodil'rs call it. -Ligh ts nut." and thll- mortal remains of \Williau Scott We'tzel' 111r11 conrswn"ed to the gall'. '1'h11 t Hu llslin Perilt. 1uu liny1 11 1 1. r1 11 1, his decoislol F r i 1111 ill tihl raw'' of the1 1ity agaainst \\lid Ithanks. We'stol Fullerton, ausu Ithcr, wholee 111 wniseal of manking id terations in t dw11the house without tihl nercrssor l\ nibl1in_ perm1it. '1he1 vase wit, trieel Thursin'slaa and his honor took it miller adivisemen lt until the next don. Ile founde the llefl'ndants all guiilt%\ nd tinel thcn1 r1l and rests and temposra rily sluspl-nde'1 the workmnen's 111ne1. l'blir alttorney, T. E. Brady, inanuwiate'ly fillel notice of all tpped, so) the case will 4(11,i111 Ihe ,1istri'it court. tinle' of till workmen sllurted to workon till building la n1 yestcrdlal all were isinnwdiately rcarrested ll tlh-- plaeire. 51111n as he* he~ard of their arlrest ,11r. IIrudly startedl lo( tiht court 1:.11s1 to obtain 111 hijum' li.,n a''strainingll thll oliver's from inter feanl1 wall thll workmen. 11e had not ch'ained the same lit t; o'clock last ngt ,,ot 11111 probaalar t1\ t1 eet it this neor11 ~_. iI i, lepor1"td 'that 1th1(1 wvi1 ll 6. no ren+attempt torrsonwwork until.11udge! li,"ai11n h~as rvldere1 it vecisaon on the ,lyphvatiollf- ito injnunction. ORMAT FALLS IRON WORKM. Truste.e and Oftterr Eleuted YVeterday A 01ro3perou, s Inislluthun. The directors unii stoi kholders of tile Ureat falls I ran works hiel a ueitinm.r yesterdiay. and meciti oiflicers for tihtmn suing year. 'Thin meetinj, deviloped the fuNt that tiit iou. Irn is in a very pros porous conditii n iind the it/ietlls of emit Falls should eirrtuimly take just prole in it Imnder the able Iliinmijemmntemt I it S. Woidurmiv. ti Iireat fials i ; rim mi rks is rapiiii mmin mnimto thefront. and, t i %. a judgm the future by the past I' ru'. if this i st it ut.ion, wt- foel . besh t tgumf in m ; myiumg that a mlari hiest it will rival aivthin:i of this 'ind in .0titimnn in the ncii not and iwemIliiiiy of its work. lit Ireit t''lls Iron Am oirks enmiplys Ii large firei of imen, adi at no distant imate the pilnt wilil l iivi to t lmlartiri to keiip pire with the inmireiisild iiauiiit of work miuing in daily. lIThe rapid de velopment or the rich Htilt moluntain imilning i i mintry nmieisitmitiumg friquent purchises on renewais of hmining mmathin Ery iinnot fail to give an impetus to the miainfaiturei of the siinim iy the I reat tulls from Works. Thi following iiti irrs weri elemtedi t the ietiing yester day: L. S. Woodbury. president usnl gen eirul mannager: foris I libsoni, viee prt-side~nt: A. I. Ilirkermanu, treasurer; and Miss L. A. Wiioodhurv. seiretary. T. l:. (ollins. ]'arim I iibImon. H1. 1). ('1ow:n. L. S. WIoodb~ury and ('. M. \\'i ster ;were elected directors. The I it ira. Assrintiol. The M mntan i Mitieni mll sanimty closed itns o-si, n 'I' rllai.'y afternoon uald ad jiurnimd to miiei in lmntitn next yeur. The officers elect-tI item P'resid(ut Dr. .1. t1i imlugs. of Ilii first vire president Iir. \\ill mili T'reamy. of Iteleua. Mic.ndu vice president I r. 1h oerut W. King. of Marysville. liecireling leiretary 1)-. .I. W. tliunni. of tiitte. I' rresplOiling semretary iman historian IIr. (1. If. Htarhour. of Hieltena. Treasurer iUr. W. L. Steele fd Iltim. Judiciary oniiniittei 1)r R. I. L.Cilles pie. of tMtti. A)r. \r'n. liullaril. of 1lii ena. and I hr..1. M1. Sleigh, of iriuniti'. LOuky Itidtlern. F'ollointig are the( Inwest bills °iintlga Irnnwint supplies at FIIrts Shaw ami Assitnnihoiie: Fort Shaw it. A tilbermitelmm 12(i.(MM ithl of o1ts itt :+1.74- smmne, 2iiitiM limts ofmt bnto (Mmti.S5: .isaln. 2iixii Aims of corn. ri1mi.lG: t). Davis. 11) i oills ii f hay at $M1.:L: J. J1. Ellis. ,%Mt cardls of woold, i Iimf36.ILm; W. F. tHurgy. 2itimimils olf wold lit ii&4 .t10 Fort Assinnihtinem W. V. Htmrgy was ithe lowest imdder on wimd. as folhllmws: 1(Kmii crds at $ 7.Cii hitm c irds at -:u57; 17ilt cmrds l ti tA . Iii. Sp ilin drive this week at Jtit ('unradm s in \%hittt !ress (loids amd White Hed Spreads. E. B. LARGENT & CO. (MEAT PALLS REAL ESTATEI COLLECTION AGENCY. COLLECTIONS OF RENTS A 1 IiIA L.( Y. O-w 1.tilok omF. msl Imloor. :atier's Goldh feonale Pifis 4.' ~ Li i iiii'it:l:e sIli.' ."t II "lou n lap .. " URE!SAFE! CERTAIN r' IN Mt 't e hunih.ziins. anu money take u,. ti Sent to any addtrew , Il..sire by mail e.n r THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY, Western Branch, Box 27, PORTLAND, On Mold by ;rseat Vells dremssits. Tho Colebrated French Cure, `"'toy;;'. "APHRODITINE" ";I n f L.nreVA ~' POSITIVE O JARANTES nil' r a f' i or nity 41 ol.. .r i f ri(rt ioof . t'.iu'. , A'- E' tion aer~o ence~e lan i-i olm i m hw Il? I .1 1 1 it~ANTI? I * iiit,.- 11 -n r in fii iii .. ii t ee.s.. iior sale by Lapsvrs Br~ . Great Fnla Strayedl or Stolen. Thi. iii ile\ f i ".,IN ,rth i dr t . iii l I ' t.) ,ii. ui. riui. ,..I !.Nt-I i ,:li t". , lviii ,a d 'i ; ,iii-i li-tam in \if l. Alt s i t Voan aori' l itiibliiit lit- pi rwnun i fiir nitiuiirm lation ithft wdiii iid t thiiirr1, ,, ,ri. )I I J lll' ,lt ( t l i t lirk Bids0 RWantd. at ,: li,. tihi i i- Iii l t 1. 'ut . i . in Thed, ilin r i.ar firl tn r a diri, tuf Frst r iunforu i on ta b ii l nau ure iitojier ita t t rlei Strazyedor ttioten . T h iee ~i' r-'trut wrl it , jisi ndul fur tt riuhan. puurjiiuuriiutiuui~lhNit snill f t- hiiii r os- , veit niiteid iwnlenIft .ihu-nlt er. N lit ,.iuttrk l or." Nnrihu lirisnti u liall a lus t A n lft'0iu ,r (lsrattl riward fritnfsti, Jiu Nha wi .1 d IN theirrec,.elyat.1. F iuiii..I FOR BUTIS WEEK ONLY AT TH II" NEW YORK---- - - - - CASH BAZAAR. WHITE GOODS. \ll the l<i\ %%hint", are here ant the deilprtment is tul if the Lat lest Novelties. tirntc Speccial vl nes in II einstitched swiss, '." yard. wide, at 50 to 75 cents per yard. I lemstitchcd India Linens and fine Sw isses with "le nworked homers at 60 cents. 75; cent:. and Sh ro. Black checked and `tripe India Linens in fine [ace 'Effects at 12t cent, 15 cent,, and 2C ccntt India Mull Flouncing, º In blaci. and white, 5o incher wide, at 7; cents to $1.oo. COSI Mt )RF TO IMPORT. N to the tolloiw in: Spring Dress Goods, IThe newest and han(son~cst thing! of the season. IIenrietta-, Mohair 1.usters, Serdes, Black Al ias. eN ties ,v the yard and in Robe Pattern.il niw colorings in Ilaid . broke,, checks, etc., etc. .\ hint miit softie( where it wvouzid tit pak e to tell tli stotr' . hilt We muit to pit li a e hatice at a it inch Stril ,r Plaid I Ie riett:t in ail teI:. : - : 4 centi . r t oheno 1 0\( .t't i ts 1 elt .1i1 I,,r the ilOile). HOSIERY. TChe bit )laywe \c r had in I ne inc f I I c r\ n ii'. last wetek. It iw in the La!u ()non Black at 2? centý and : rents 1 great mlant lie.i cale la-k and doubled their purch,,';. \\i succeeded inl gett t' to lore cases atl i theretfie i ln a .. ,)t..1 'Upt l yi v i Wa nik nr.. thin'.. '\ Iv in our Underwear Department. I :1i? . Ji I t Rilihed \csts it I cent-, 20 cents 1ttl '; cents. 11en.'1 Halbrigrgan ;tits at :t cent. that )aher. s ,i3l ; r nt- t) Mens' Overshirts. I hiii is t line \\ twish to clo.1' to make 1o nn for )t her 1od.0I(S ; i-zn I nitt ion Fecrin'h Ftannnel Shirts at "'+ 4 dozen l4,-tter Frcneh Flaj iel Shirts at . doizent I-tu. Frunci Flantnet Shirt.. .at$I.ti iihloen . HItteI e) rench Flnnel Sh irt. ..n $i2t.t Theie Shirts will cost you at Fcist 33! per cent more, bought in the regular w.i. but with e: they must no regtirtlless of cost. \IM aiiil er'. will receive prompt att nit : i. [erms Strictly Cash. New York Cash Bazaar. R. D. BECKON, Prop.