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VOL. 1.
KOOTENAI, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1801
NO. 15.
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THE KOOTENAI HERALD
Issued Ever; Saturday By
S. D. TAYLOR, Proprietor.
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CORRESPONDENCE
I s solicited from all parts of the Panhandle. All
communications should be accompanied by the
writer's name, not necessarily for publication,
but as a guarantee ef reliability.
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PETER X_.XJT3NTD 7
—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Good* delivered at Crossport, Galena -Landing and all points on the
Lower Kootenai river.
PT Branch House at Crossport.
THEN. P. HOTEL
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A. KAISER, Proprietor.
Charges reasonable. Give us a call.
The N. P. is conveniently located one block north of the depot,
on Kootenai avenue.
The table is supplied with everything the market affords, the
kitchen being under the immediate supervision of Madam Kaiser, a
caterer of large experience.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
THE HEADQUARTERS SALOON.
A. RICKERT, Proprietor,
-CARRIES THE BEST
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Pabst's celebrated Milwaukee Beer always on draught. Try our
famous Cuban Blossom Cigars.
DRUG STORE
H. W. CATES & COMPANY,
DEAI.ERS IN
«<IDRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, I»
Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Etc.
A full line of Paints and Oils. Fine Cigars a specialty.
Dr. T. A. BlNhop'D Office at the Store.
COK. MAIN AND BONNER STREETS, BONNER'S FERRY. IDAHO.
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THE OLD RELIABLE.
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THE -:- MINER'S -:- SALOON.
The Favorite Resort of the Town.
ALWAYS ON HAND A CHOICE STOCK OF—
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
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Open always. Give us a call.
JAMES E. DOLAN
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Attorney at Law,
KOOTENAI, IDAHO.
Collections promptly attended to.
C. L, HEITMAN
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
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Special attention given to mining business.
H. D. HOEYE'S
<x\ BARBER 7 SHOP. »<>
All Kinds of Work Done in an Artistic
Manner.
When you want anything in the barberlng line,
give me a call.
Shop in Headquarter* Saloon.
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PACIFIC COAST.
Huge Cave Discovered
Near Shasta.
IT IS LINED WITH RICH ORE.
Southern California Citrus Exhibit
Will be Continued at Chicago
Until the Fair.
Spokane is to have a medical college.
The raisin crop of California will be
the finest ever produced.
The verdict on the railroad accident,
in which Mail Agent Quimby was killed,
was that the road was not to blame. The
intense heat had spread the rail».
At a citizens' meeting at Needles it
was decided to prohibit the erection and
future maintenance in the town limits
of Chinese laundries and opiitm joints.
The Oregon and Washington Railw
Company failed to file a statement ait
Salem as required by law, and the Gov-'
ernor has been asked to have the law
enforced.
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It, is reported at Shasta that in run
ning a tunnel at Iron Mountain a mam
moth eave was discovered in the bowels
of the eaitii, lined with an exceedingly
rie!$ bpdy of ore.
A special committee for the purpose
of drafting an ordinance for the planting
of trees and parking of streets has been
appointed in Tacoma.
Graders are at work on the eastern
end of the Lake Washington branch of
the James-street electric and'.fcable line
street railway at Seattle.
Circuit Judge Boise at Salem has de
cided the suit brought by the Union Pa
cific against the Oregon State Board of
Railroad Commissioners for fixing a rate
for grain charges against the Board.
The Southern California'cit—jp» exhibit
will be continued at Cnicagö until the
World's Fair in 1893. Many peopie have
already been drawn to the southern part
of that State through the influence of
the exhibit.
It now looks as though the shipments
of oranges and lemons from Riverside
would foot up for the season very nearly
1,500 carloads. Already about 1,425 car
loads have gone, and there is still quite
an amount to go forward.
New Mexico has dedicated her first
public schoolhouse. It is located at Las
Vegas. Prize fights are, however, ad
vertised with the information portrayed
in glaring letters that " ladies with es
corts will be admitted free."
Spokane is to have a regularly organ
ized and regularly equipped medical col
lege a maternity hospital and clinical
lectures three times a week, with free
prescriptions to all w ho wish to avail
themselves of the benefits of the treat
ment.
In the book-bribery case in Washing
ton Judge Calkins held that the mem
bers of the State Board of Education
were not executive officers within the
meaning of the law, and hence could not
be bribed in a constitutional sense. An
appeal has been taken to the Supreme
Court.
Robert Evans, an experienced pros
pector, has just returned to San Diego
from the Colorado Desert. He was
nearly all around the Salton Sea, and
says that the water is about holding its
own in spite of the enormous evapora
tion. He does not believe there is any
likelihood of the sea drying up, but that
it will be largely augmented during the
coming winter and be a permanent body
of water.
A remarkable juvenile offender has
come to light in the person of Lewis
Case, a fifteen-year-old boy of Los An
geles. He confessed recently to setting
tire to the Figueroa Hotel. He now ad
mits having set tire to the Methodist
Church on Fifteenth street, a Chinese
laundry, a stable, a grocery store and
fire-engine house, which he first bur
glarized while the force were away fight
ing one of his conflagrations. He says
he set tire to the church because his
Sunday-school teacher was inconsiderate
to him.
A horrible murder has been un
earthed, committed at the eastern corner
of San Luis Obispo county, Cal. un
June 7 last Martin Heines disappeared,
leaving no trace behind him. Within
the last few days his blanket and clothes
were found sunk in a well, filled up with
stones and fragments of bones and flesh,
showing that lie had been hacked to
pieces with an ax, which was found
buried in a hog wallow near the shanty
of John Silvia Gularte, a pre-emptor, for
whom the man worked. A Coroner's
jury found Heines was murdered by Gu
larte. The evidence tends to show that
Gularte had killed Heines by shooting
him in the back, and that he then
chopped him up and fed the pieces to
his nogs.
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EDUCATIONAL.
Germany is Kxportini; Tearher. to Africa
and Paying Them High Salaries.
The school population of Kansas is
600,014.
There are about 400 music teachers in
Philadelphia.
Michigan University is to add women
professors and lecturers to its faculty.
Harvard is 255 years old, and has grad
uated 17,000 students. A little more
than half of them are living.
The ensuing term at Oxford will, it is
said, see a larger number of American
students there than ever before.
Germany is exporting teachers to Af
rica and paying them $1,000 annually—a
high salary for German teachers.
Yale's freshman class this year shows
an enormous increase over that of last.
It promises to be nearly 200 greater.
The number of students in German
universities during the past summer was
27,626, of whom the evangelical students
of theology were 4,273—more by far than
in any other single line of study.
Deacon Price of Manchester, Mass.,
lias had a longer experience as a' school
teacher than any man on record in this
country. He is 83 years old, and in his
time has taught more than 1,700 pupils.
A " school for domestics," the first of
its kind, is to be opened in St. Peters
burg. The object will be to teach poor
women all kinds of household work,
cookery, mending and sewing linen ; also
dreés and shirt making.
The University of Zurich is considered
one of the best places in Europe for a
woman to study medicine, and lias many
American students. It has the usual
four faculties, viz. : law, medicine, the
ology and philosophy, that of medicine
being the best equipped. Zurich also
offers fine opportunities for the study of
modern languages.
Mrs. Blaine is constantly in receipt of
letters urging her to use her intiiLnce
with the Secretary of State to induce
him to correspond with Lord Salisbury
on Mrs. May brick's case.
Many rumors are in circulation in the
neighborhood of the State Department
on the subject of Hawaiian annexation.
It is believed that in the near future the
question will become the most engross
ing one before the American people.
There are those who think they can fore
see trouble between the United States
and Great Britain, in which the cluster
of islands in the Pacific ruled over by
Queen Lilinokalani will prominently
figure.
An order has been issued by the Com
missioner of the general land office for
the survey of the Fort Hall military res
ervation at Pocatello, Idaho, upon the
request of Senator Dubois, who is in
Washington. The survey is preparatory
to the allotment of the lands in sever
alty to the Indians on the Umatilla res
ervation at Roc »tello, which have here
tofore been in the w ay of the develop
ment of that town. It is said the Union
Pacific Railroad Company is considering
the problem of building shops at Poca
tello.
A week ago Secretary Tracy remarked :
"If the American missions and Ameri
can citizens in China are to rely upon
gunboats instead of the Chinese govern
ment, our fleet in those waters must be
very largely increased." While there is
no formal alliance, yet the United States
government lias reached an understand
ing with the governments of Great Brit
ain, France and Germany, by the terms
of which, in the eventof thefailureof the
Chinese government to afford adequate
guarantee for protection of the lives and
property of citizens of these nations,
that duty will be undertaken by the gov
ernments of Great Britain, France and
Germany, acting jointly. In case of a
riot or other disturbances the vessels of
any of the four nations w ill afford a ref
uge to the citizens of the other nations,
and will undertake to protect their con
sulates and other interests.
Treasurer Nebeker has issued a circu
lar, intended particularly for the Pacific
Coast section of the country, giving in
formation as to how persons can obtain
fractional silver coin from the San Fran
cisco subtreasury and the United States
mint at that place. The circular says
the fractional silver coin (halves, quar
ters and dimes) will be furnished in
sums of $200 or more by express, free of
charge, or by registered mail in sums or
multiples of $50, registration free, for
drafts collectable at Han Francisco or for
the deposit of currency or gold coin made
in the San Francisco subtreasury. Drafts
in payment must be drawn to the order
of the Assistant Treasurer of the United
States, San Francisco, and should be
mailed directly to that officer. New
quarters and dimes in amounts of $200
or more, if desired, can be forwarded
from the mint of the United States at
San Francisco, and drafts in payment
therefor should be drawn in favor of the
Superintendent of the mint and mailed
directly to that officer. Silver coin will
not be shipped from San Francisco to lo
calities nearer to the subtreasuries at
Chicago, New Orleans and St. Louis.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Tli© Great Powern Will Act Jointly in
Protecting Chinese M iswioiiH.
It is reported the administration is
considering the advisability of making
an overture for the acquisition of the
Island of St. Thomas as a naval and
commercial station.
EASTERN ITEMS.
Dog Census to be Taken
in New York.
A FAT MAN'S ASSOCIATION.
Oklahoma Territory Yearns for State
hood—Missouri Corn Sells
for $20 Per Acre.
The supply of natural gas at Pittsburg
is becoming exhausted.
Jay Gould is said to be after the Den
ver and Rio Grande road.
Sixty-two convicts are awaiting death
in various United States prisons.
Corn in the field is selling as high as
$20 an acre in Platte county, Mo.
The story that the Atchison has
trol of the Rio Grande is denied.
Oklahoma yearns to be invested with
the dignities and attributes of Statehood.
The New England tobacco crop is big
ger and better this year than ever before.
The Methodist Michigan Conference
has voted to admit women as lay dele
gates.
A census of New York dogs will be
taken, as Mayor Grant wants every one
licensed.
A little over $14,000,000 of 4% per
cent, bonds remain to be extended
redeemed.
The State National Bank at Boston
has had $18,180 returned to its consci
ence money.
Tiiirty sod growers from different parts
of the country have put in bids for dec
orating the World's Fair.
A Baltimore grand jury has declared
that the prevalence of gambling there is
due to negligent city officials.
^ r . I™the wheat traffic
^ t ° . Yia 8 * Nfebraska 18 8°ing to
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' or building torpedo boat No. 2 to the
l OW a Iron Works of Dubuque, la., the
lowest bidder, at $111,500.
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m k ■ a880ciatl0n - th ®
It* .°ïL a P oun f
less than 22o pounds
^ e ° membership,
. Lhe death of a large number of Indians
m Oklahoma as the result of eating wa
iGrmelons emphasizes the great dissimi
* an ty between the red man and the
negro.
United States 2 per cent, bonds are
quoted at 99% and British 3 per cent,
eonsois at only 95. We certainly have a
rl Rbt to boast of the splendid credit of
our government.
The opening of the Monterey and Gulf
railroad to Tampico, Mexico,' has pro
duced wonderful activity in trade. The
exports at Tampico, it is predicted, will
exceed those of Vera Cruz by January,
con
or
It is probable that, as soon
system of inspecting cattle has been
thoroughly tested, American cattle will
be allowed to enter British ports free
from the ten days' quarantine now im
posed.
Commissioner Owen of Washington,
D. C., has directed that fifteen Russian
Hebrews, who entered the United States
at Suspension Bridge, N. Y., be returned
to Canada. They were in an utterly des
titute condition.
The arrest of Manuel Seona, attache
of the Spanish legation, for overdriving
a horse at Cape May is likely to cause
serious trouble, as it is claimed there was
no cause of action, and the Spanish Min
ister has taken up the case.
A small oblong steel box passed through
the Chicago Customs-house a while ago.
It didn't look like much of a box, but it
contained $150,000 worth of diamonds
and rubies for an Illinois watch
pany, and the duty was a small fortune.
In the treaty with the Sac and Fox
Indians the words "open to white set
tlement " occur. These words are apt
to cause some trouble. The Indians say
they will insist on their stipulations and
will not permit negroes to take land in
their country.
Chinamen are making great efforts to
enter the country at Richford, Vt., and
the customs officials are on the alert.
Quite a colony has been at Sutton, Que
bec, for two weeks, awaiting a favorable
opportunity to smuggle themselves into
the United States.
The American Agriculturist declares
that the half has not been told about
the European shortage in breadstuff's,
which not even a bountiful crop this
year would have relieved. The conti
nental powers, especially Russia, have
suppressed the facta.
The wealthiest insane asylum in Amer
ica is said to be the Sheppard Asylum
in Baltimore. It was endowed in 1867
with $560,000. Since that time the trus
tees, using the interest alone, have ex
pended $880,000 in buildings and land,
and still have a capital of $600,000.
as a new
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