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THE CCEUR D'ALENE
OL. J. NO. 7 .
CCEUR D'ALENE, KOOTENAI COUNTY, IDAHO, APRIL 2 , 1892. 1
12.00 A YEAR
OFESSIOHAL ADD BUSINESS CARDS.
pBEST. E. M. FAKLAND,
Attorney at Law,
I 'KI'H l>'AI ENK IDAHO
. t.. UKITMAW.
Attorney at Law,
■ ATIIDBt'U, IDAHO
R|*'U1 Allrallug Olrrn to Ulntoe ItatlaMA
AMKH II. IIAItTK,
Real Estate and Insurance,
NO! A It V 11 iti.it:,
I »'■•! *. t.ranejf itlork, I'll fit D'AI.KKK
J. UDDK1X, M. I»,
Physician and Burgeon.
•if-n on r.Mtrth Him rt,.f ,.i j rlljr Hotel.
It JOHN SABIN,
ptiyslclan and Surgeon,
ollte Wit l«o! tu V W Ha Oder A Co.
t o i H 1> Al.ESE 11)*|<
TE/iAVER ED n A :
leave* lY- ur il.Ucil# IVxks ful j
HKE yiEW P 7 YRK
P. polar Bit her,
ik in a satisfactory
t'A'f . . : r t. U:":r
Daily at 10 o'clock a. tu.
J. IWH'GMTON, Prep.
iners' A Stock Growers' Bank,
• '•El'll D'Al.KNi:, IDAHO.
ransact* a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
l.'XUll i'.lis Dim- int'-d. |1
It'-ietvist on I Offaitl tc.-Miilits
bj.s t to Flwrk Ini. f-,t paid
<"'• I s , lligli.-d Price I'aid
mnty H .irrruit*
r MtTtlMX l
w M W D.M It, l'f..j ,irt ,r.
Louis and Milwaukee Boer
, Uolw;tK* ii «n,
•» f • I* At INr IDAII"
til THE NEXT TIIIKTY i'AVS
let: MX* :n
resh &• Salt Meats
or all kinds
OKfLW x\( <)()l'l : .k
ire'll f t \ v */:; .* <; :\\\i:
rs. Builders mid Loggers'Supplies,
Sash. Disirs, I'ipe fitting.
Faints and < tils,
Hi D'ALENE, - - - IDAHO.
<l.i n t»' VI.ENK, IDAHO.
AKE Yoru MEALS
fficsla n :\i
Dnie'se IBS or TIIK Srv.eiN,
h ltnlliin.tr* Oysters * Hpeciulty.
■ '•f ' 1 ., 'Proprietors.
toeur d'Alene, blalio.
o. E. REYNOLDS,
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AND
CoEt a d* A Leva, - _ ]
THE CCEUR D MENE DROP IN
Finest Liquors and Cigars,
Mixu!ogii«t direct from New Yurk.
Hie only fancy compounder in the city.
nor at Tut
BANCROFT H 0 US 6 ,
II. I.. Bancroft, Proprietor.
C't ur d'Alene, Malm.
"**k First-.lass, PrieM Reasonable.
fiEf B D A1.EEE. IDAHO.
CtBur d'Alene Inn,
Cua'it h'Alexk, Idaho.
Titi. Hotel it Situated on the bai.lt oI
('•Ki ll D'ALENE LAKE
•Du! La* Urn rm-utlv
RefilN a " d
II you iike
Boating & limiting, "
V ».»t fuel iai.i>,•••#. , r f r v,«
fresh, healthy sir, give F
d'Alene a trial, in #ji-ak
lug ..f t'<*-nr d'Ab na
sn l vicinity
rtf..r.l Kir< III- •,
• "litilietltul Eire l II
N'w Yotl, Lif<
Warner & Wonnacott,
I-FFOUE VoF If HCIIask
J?ervt a House
IT. B. Kinir
lira! K.tate Ag-nt,
' v i - i - r. : tn-Vr
North 8 rn Pacific
I. U-* iim> tn lake
TO ALL POINTS
_ . ,
1 It !■* thu I>ininjf Car Itmito. It
PJTCT *»**• CfTkllTW
^ ' Vjvyu I n.
r*oi nxN'.r.rr cars)
rt»lll|«isr>i| of Dill.(Iff t'.ir
( 1 ,
I'ullntntt Drawing Hootn Sli'cp
cr* of Latest Kiivijiiuent,
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
!lC«t (hut MV
rontnurtol «n<l In '
' lw„i, f.e-s. mill Mm
M* «)lfl 4 iHufft I- It* iff.
CLCQAriT DAY COACHES
A Continuout Linr Connecting with nil
line*, nffording Direct nn.t Unintcr.
T.. »mt trim HI point* Atncr rs K.ialstia
ikI hnn>|Niraii be pur< At any l.rktt of"
'J',* mno.bot'oii j
lirv nf IhA IN
K* r fall liiforimtlon r«mrrnili»* NIm tlini
train*. r*mfo« mnl «*fhi'r
u|*|>1i( •tion to nny iigotit.
Train lesves Cvi'itr d'Alene at 1> a m |
and arrive* at 8 hA, p. m. ' ' '.
• V. JOY, J.gcr.t. I
A. D. CHARLATAN,
Assistant Gen. Pass. Agt.,
N'n 131 First St , rivr. Washington,
POBTLANH. OB EGON.
Fresh Salmon fur Hale at Kaesmeyer's
lltmrd of trade meeting, Monday
evening, at Hurte's office
Genuine sorghum in any quantity at
the Mercantile store.
Remember, "All that Glitters U not
Gold," at Font Hull, tide evening.
For tirst class job printing call on the
For anytliing in the meat line call on
A tine selection of calling cards at
A nice lot of oranges at Kaesmeyer
Retubeber the precinct conventions
A load of wood wanted at this otlice
Fresh smelt and trout at the Kiuse
Radishes, lettuce and cabbage at
Men boys and children can all secure
an elegant suit at the Mercantile store.
Concert and Drama, at Post Hall,
to night, given for the benefit of tire
Fall at the Mercantile store and se
cure a stilt uf those elegant littin
Mrs. 1. II. Sanborn returned home,
I uesday, after au absence of a week.
The Lynx ha* a card in Utis issue of
Fail and see the only genuine venti
lated tenuis shoes made.
V. IV. Sander & Co.
Mestlames Harte and Pettiboue bx.k
" win, .day's train for Spokane, where
tiiey dal shopping during the day.
• •eats' furnishing goods at a sacr
for the next 3.
maile d ov
„» a, a M rr. ( -e
day*. F. K . Em,« > A |
•mever came m, from
, '' l '
mpruve the oppirt unity mid buy
our IjooIa A slu-cs of F. !i. Emjxy A
Mrs. J. H McPherson li.vl nn attack!
j"f, T" ,al!ur ''' Tuesday atUrn'Km, |
which came near proving fatal, hut at
"• * " ,iUUS j
i *" r ,! " , " 1 * W, 't »l»riug suits, hat-,
tc, cali and nee ns. |
V. W. Minder A <'o.
I Just arrived from California: Fault
i dower, radtshist, lettuce and celery
j Kaiwmejer Market.
' W. F. I»lal w as quite *|,-k during the
i, j ' " ' \ V'"' '' ' ;
!'.• '** • '"I •* •cpi.i.Q two;
1 HQ-Man* t«» relieve him. ;
L-uli'-s vvlii do wad! tu Mvure a pairof
lh««*e (Inc ulu-i-* of F. E. Euijm-v A Fo. i
luring tlie discount sale. ,
T II Brown returned from Or
""•lit. Iowa, this week, accompanied by
hi* *l«tcr, Mim Itosy Brown, who vviii
remain licre during tin- summer. j
Want'd I'crvu-s having town war
rants for sale to call at tliis office for
We are glad to r<;-ut F. A. Water*
greatly improved and Hint lie will be
aide to Ik- on the stru t in a few days.
!>> Uie aid of crutches.
The copious showers of rain for tlie
pa-t few days put tlie ground In good
condition for Mailing and farmer* are
busy sowing tl.eir grain.
Mr*. Henry Mdder and daughters. !
Mrs. Bragnw and Mr* Hose.drov
from Itathdrum. Suud
N ''*l vv licit, oats and timotliy, also
a full assortment of Ferry's. Itovven's
and Landn th'sganten seeds to lw had
j at V. W. sadner A Fo. |
Boise «'ity is somewhat oxcite.1 over !
I the work of some preb ssional shop
,,n * 0 lt being i xecnttsl there. Qni:
s |„( of Ikh.jj , liw i Mn .„ stxcuretl by III
.Hose, drove. ; ve,
ay. and nRMtoed
Dr. J. II. MelTierson Dentist, is pro
pa ml to do all kind of work in that
line. S|iecial attention to irregularities
of tlii' tea-til. Office* Lake-side Avo.
A full line' of men's, women's mid
children's tennis anil bycicle shoes.
V. W. Sander A Fo.
This country cannot b* excelled for
producing Fn- finest qun'ity of fruit* .n il
| farmt re who dev not plant fruit trees !
; this Beaaoti will live to regret it. Tliere
is money in fruit raising.
I The Exchange- saloon will furnish iee i
fevr one quarter of a cent per |H<ttnd. !
; All |iTsems desiring to civntract at
above rate's should eali em <vr aelelress. i
W. F. Dial, manager. Fo ur d'Alene, ■
! Idaho. tf. !
this si'a.:on will live to'reeret it Thews.
, , ......,
I •. P. Smith has boon iiidiet'*! by the ,
«■'»„,ty grand jury for nnat
tempt to wreck a l. I 1 , train, near
Nampa. Smith had plaenl old rails
„„,i , „. 111 ,|„. n r .. i „„i ,, r „„ ,i„,
'! T' , / band car on tin (
track, but fortunately no damage was
Iteliginus services at Fort Sherman.
Iiy J. II. MaromlH'r, post elinplain, as
follows: Sunday at lo o'clock, a. m ,
/ * *
sabbath school; » oelock |». tn„ prayer,
j praise and sermon. Gospel temperance
and literary meeting on Friday.tit 7;.'kt
o'clock p. m.
K. L. Hemingway, of Ilia, Wash , was
in town Thursday, with u hand of
horses. He Is also looking fora loer
| Won to open a permanent business and
expressed himself as well pleasiil with
I our city. i
F. G. Fettibone has resigned itis posi
tlou vritlt tlie ,V. 1*. it. it. at tliis place
A. V. Crowell came up from Spokane
last night to assist iu the concert to
F. E. Empey was lit Spokane yester
day, buying goods for the People's
Fred. liousquet, after an absence of a
few months, is again at itis old position
Itev. Father Faravau will be here and
hold services in the Catholic church to
morrow, Sunday, at the usual hour.
The citizens of CVeur d'Alene would
like to know where l'ettlbone was when
the sign came down Howard street.
E. P. Mims, vice president of the Min
ers and Stock-growers llank, spent the
week iu Portland on business matters.
Itev. Herman i'age and wife enter
tained the choir boys at his residence,
Monday evening and the occasion was
F. V. Yeager, principal of the schools,
left fur Spokane this morning to at
tend a session of the Spokane county
Work on the steamer Corwine was
completed yesterday. Commencing
next Monday the boat will make regu
lar trips up the St. Joe.
There w ill be services at the Episco
pal church on Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7#ti*. m. Week day services during
I-cut. Wednesday and Friday at 4 t>. m.
Everyone cordially invited to attend.
Herman I'age, Hector.
A Jefferson county. Kansas,, woman
gave birth last week to six children
.... . , _..
three girts and three boys I he child
r;-n are all of. size and weigh two
' 1 ' .* T' .** . ", * A * rMM * " orl<1 '
7 V ' a . ^ by " r " I,aUWe
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S *\ U ' M 15Ufk ' a f,,rnu ' r ^tizeu of
Portland and san Francisco, where he
worked at tlie tailoring business for,
bcM-ral years, arrived here last Monday I
and lias <>|« mil a tailoring establish j
mi nt on Sherman street. Mr. Klack
conies recoauneuded as a tirst class
workman and we hope lie will find
business cuough to make it profitable.
T!l( „ „,, s (jniu . a ,,i^ nt mt!t .
Bering at the residence of Mr. Me
S|ietreu, on Monday evening, the oc
ca-ion of which was the birthday of j
their little daughter Katie. Her little |
fri. ud* and playmates enjoy,d them-j
sx-ves ting, !,-on the good things that
all chtloten are so fond of. pms. cakes. |
tec eta am. candy and oti.er dainties,'
too numerous to mention. May thev
always be as happy..
John Km h<-r and John Bice cacl. j
; received new byciclca. Thuraday mom i
i !| P They are of tlie safety pattern and I
i 'nade by Uie Chicago Wheel Fo. We ;
, would advise the boys to secure the *
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of our to tauu ':
r " lliiv llum to subjection, before !
'■ "luring far from home. A bycicle i*
j » peculiar animal, liable to sidetrack.
i kick up behind, buck, or any other tin
J com iort al-le thing, unless thoroughly
While spring is far advanced, and I
summer is coming on, we k-c tn. ad j
reeling a j
j vaiiccmeut made toward
luviiiion and other necessaries for the
entertainment for our numcreus gum
I mer visitors, it is a well known fact
that •our d'Alene and it* surround
I ingw afford a more v aried field for
; enjoyment and pleasure titan any other
! I.wallty in the north wi-»L and' as a
in any country audit suitable induce- ]
mrnts are In ld out to the people to
come here .mid Kjx-nd their hisure hours!
| tliey will most certainly come. This|
! l,a '' Ik '"' d " ne in ,Ih ' l' ;> ''t **>'1 other!
l'> ! *ecs ofless note are carrying off the I
,„mm«r tx-M.rt ha* few eqvtals and no I
Lwperiw. I be healthful dimate and i
, lie.'iutifiil set-utry cannot U- surpassrel
"" '* * i°" ni, 'y l" ''is'kaiii*. e<n TiU'.vday
bist.^for tin' Spokane Mill Fo. How
laurels. This sii.u-.ld not and would not
I*', if the merchants and pn-perty
owtiers would put their slninlder to Uie |
whee l and give-a little' push. Let us j
shake off this lethargy, srra|M> the moss
eiff onr leacks. and all pull together for j
a w hile and see if we can't get along
li tte r than we have been doing in
the' past. Attention Hoard of Trade.
Eight millieiii fei't of logs started
much of this will tie returned to this
l' llMa ' *" a maim fact lire*! form, either
as rough or dressed lumber, sash and
doors, or in many of Fir other forms iu
which lumber is manufactured Y This
is sending "Foals to Newcastle" with a
Mill men, why don't you come and
take a look over this country; you are
letting a good opportunity slip bv.
, There- ate inifiicns upon millions of
feet of timlu r iu eh.se proximity to this
jw ,a this | 8 a I1U(st aelvautegeems
l, H --tti,ii, r.,,-«,.! „>
, ' U,X <r ° ,K * m,ll ' lh, rc nl
( ready a most excellent plant here. In
t!,«> s:uh and door factory
| aiul no better work can be turnisl out
in any plae
several other industries. A bucket and
tuh factory could find a pml field for
operation, as there are* acres aud acres
of the most valuable timber for the
purpose, tf we had a few more insti
tutions like the one we have already.
wo could lie shipping manufactured
woodwork away, Instead ofhavingto
pay tribute to other placet for vv hat lie
wooden ware we use. It would pay |
entcrjirislng mill men to look over the
i situation, I
I hi iv is room here* fer Is
School Report For the Month Endin g
Primary grade: —Whole number en
rolled during the month Vi; number of
girls, 20; number of boys, 2*5; average
daily ateidaixe H;per cent, altenl
ance, SW.4; number cases tardiness, 52;
dropped, 5; returned, 4; No. belonging
at date, 45; number of visitors, 5.
Names of pupils having an average
class standing ofitOor more, are Fari
Fredrickson, Hattie Hoff man, Edward
Fredrickson, Frank Krotzer, Wright
Krotzer and Christian Christianson.
Names of pupils who were neither
tardy nor absent during the month, are
Myrtle Htorr, Arthur Rtorr, Anna
Christianson, Carl Fredrickson, Edward
Fredrickson, Frank Krotzer, Wright
Krotzer, Win. Kussell, Henry liusec'l
and Joe 8cheli
Grammar Grade:—Whole number
enrolled during the month, 57; number
of girls, 21; number of boys, 28; average
daily attendance, 41; per cent, of atten
dance. M; number cases of tardiness,
21; number dropped, 21; number re
turn'd, 11; number belonging at date,
47; number of visits received, k; num
ber of visits received from members of
School Hoard and parents, 0; number
visits maxle by teacher, <i. Names of
those who were neither absent nor
tardy during the month, are Delia
Ayott, Ella Ferrall, Grace Betiiel, Stella
Bethel, Miuuie Hussx-11, Ida liusseil,
George Kussell, Minnie Storr. Edwin
Stowe, Matt Miller and Flare Gray.
We are pleased to note tlie fact Hint
the work of tlie pupils and the per cent,
of attendance has been better this
mouth than it was the previous month.
rite number of cases of tardiness in
U ,e Grammar Grade department, has
' been reduced more than 5o percent and
j« the parenU of those chiidH-o who are
I so often tardy will assist us in encour
aging the habit of punctuality we hope
to show a like decrease in tlie other de
pnrlment for tliis next month. We
I also demand a regular attendance at
j school. The absence of a pupil one
day often causes him to lx deficient
arid disinterested in his school work for
a w hole week.
F. V. YHAOF.n, Principal.
Mast it Kta
j be placed on the Hag staff of their
| school building.
F. V. YHAOF.n, Principal.
The scliool children have made up a
purse and have sent for a large flag to
F. A. DeSassure was in Dayton the
(lret , lf tUe woek alld „, t(lrn ,^ Tlmre .
| , t , y ,. venlng , vjth llis fami > y w!l , jart ,
.,t Uie Bancroft home,
Crawford A Fo.. furniture dealers.
| advertise in this issue. Business men j
j are not slow in recognizing tlie value of
i tlie l*ltm-*s as an advertising medium.
Miss Ella Ferrall withdraws from
hool t<i begin teaching next Monday.
j She i* a worthy student and we regret
': ttiat slie cannot t>e with us k
! wis j, ] R , r Rllcx .,. ss j u j,
-r new venture.
Our first installment of spring dress
goods :s here and ready for your fnsjvec
lion. 1'asliioiiaUe styles in tScoteli
gingliarr.s, sateens, pienes, corded
lawns, fiouncings, etc.
I W. Saxiveb A Co
j « A 1I that (ilitters is not Gold," is c
j very pleasing and instructive two act
comic drama, and as given by our home
talent, will be most highly entertaining.
There will also be a concert given bv
] tlie best male and female voices in the
Little Katie Elmer, of Spokane, took
part in tlie literary work of the schoi
] credit to a
1,1 n '*P ons< ' to a request from our
I'^ufipal, Fharlie Williams caused a
I' ll ' as - ,,,lt cbanffi' In the ojsning exer
I *' ises - Ihursday morning of this week
I ye-tenlav morning hr reciting a peice
i siugiug ;1 song. m„. ddi^e 1 tfo«
a Inajmi . r UM wouM ,. ave Uw ,
|H-rson twice her
I * < ' fav,,n '-> the school with seiinc select
:lml appropriate songs which vverehigh
| appreciated by all.
j *Tlie Georgio Oakes has reccivtsl a
"ten coat of paint, her new furniture
j is being placed in position and slip will
commence making regular trips up the
Feenr d'Alene river next Meinday.
is the finest steamer on the lake and
her new furniture will add much to the
comfort of passengers.
John W. Funk was in the citMtiitr
error of their way. The meetings will
lie continued during the coining week.
every afternoon and evening if thought
a.lvisa!.je. Services will la- held to
morrow ,il 11 o'clock a. ji, juui7;3c r. n.
week taking a census which is to be
printed in the Fo ur d'Alene District
Directory now being compiled at Wal
lace by F. K. Jerome. The directory
will he very complete and is to include
the towns of Wallace. Mnllaii. Murray.
Burke, Warducr. Gem, Fu ar d'Alene
ami all important mining camps in the
district. We refer our readers to the
advertisement of the directory in an
The series of meetings that Itneo licet!
conducted during the past two wee):s
at tlie Presbyterian ehtireli by Lieut
Thus La very, the evangelist, are at
tracting imiel* attention and a great
revival of interest in religious matters
Is apparent from the eonstantly increas
iug liumlvrs in attendanee. Lieut.
Lavcry is an easy talker and holds the
attention of his audience by plain con
vincing arguments. Ho is evidently
creating an interest in religious matter
never before experienced in Funtr d'
Alene and sinners are made to st-e the
Fint Anniverxxry Service* of the
Catholic Sunday School
I-ast Sunday, March 27th, was the
occasion of a delightful and most pleas
ant gathering at the Catholic c'mreh of
Una city. At tlie invitation of Mrs. G.
L. Lulin, the parents and frieml* of tlie
children of the Babbath ecboa ais mi
bled to listen to and enjoy the exeeilent
programme, which Mrs. Lubn, as sup
erintendent of the school, had bo care
In the rejKxrt of the exercises, which
follows, will be found a more complete
and accurate history of the school than
we could offer here; and from It
may be learned the great work which
can be achieved in one short year by
one noble, true and zealous hearted lady.
Ringing.—"Come Holy Ghost," by the
Duet.—"O'.Saultaris," Mra. A. Ilagan
and Mrs. M. Witt.
• Short Address.—"The .School," Master
Waging.—"Tha Huie of Life," by thc
Iieeitation.—"The Wee Bits," by the
Dear Angel, - ' accompanied
and violin, Miss L. llealy,;
Miss E M. Luhn and Miss C. A. Hedy.!
Beading of the report by the superm
tandent, Mrs. G. L. Lu!:n.
-"O'Sanctiasima," by the
Hymn.—"The Four Great Truths,"
by tlie children.
Grand March, violin and organ, Mis*
M. Ileaiy and Mr. 8. llealy.
Distribution of medals and oranges,
The medals were blessed and sx-nt by
Bight Itev. A. J. Glorieux, Vicar Apos-1
tolic of Idalic*.
i ue address, as delivered by Master
Donovan, and also the little poem
spoken by the very small children, were
written for tlie occasion by Mrs. Luhn.
srPEiuxTEXDEvr's kkpoct. j
Dear friends, in behalf of onr Sun-!
day school, 1 thank you for coming
here to-day. to assist us in celebrating
this. Uie first anniversan of our Sun
j three packages small pictures, msuv
other pictures. Catechism*, liosaries. '
Deceived by contribution daring
past year from scbolars and teachers,!
Exixmded, .^-.'."v. j
Distributed over five hundred papers.
twenty-five prayer txx>ks, twenty
premium books, eighteen oleographs,
twenty-four large premium pictures.
Uiirty-six small premium pictures and
^ , ,
- t es an .1 Almanacs. A great numb r
o. these, were contributed by Mousignor
_" , ct ' ur fnen,i »
The teachers have worked faithfully
to Instruct those under their care in.
the prayers of the church aud catech
ism. Two classes study Bible History.!
one compos.,-d of young men. who
take great interest in the success of our :
Sunday school. I
—- A Battered O.d V ar Eas'f.
Mns. G. L. Lrrn:. Snp't.
At Fie close of the exercises, Mrs.
Luhn had planned a pre tty surprise fer
Miss Mamie llealy. the organist, vvl.o
lias been her faithful and e fficient aid in I
the good work. In a few graceful and
well chosen words, javr.-nt'-d Miss
Mealy with a handsomely bound vo!
ume of Tennyson's Piv-rns, as a slight
toke n ot tlie affectionate tegc.nl i f her
superintendent and fellow-teachers.
Mrs. Luhn had thought of i ven- ne
except herself, but her loving pupils
had remembered her, and tried to ix
press Fieir grateful a Her: ion, in the
presentation of a dainty gold ji t. and
peuiwlder; and pretty Katie- Ilea'y
gave expsession bo the sentiments of ah
present in these appropriate word.-:
"Dear Mrs. I.uhn: XVill you confer
upon us a great pleasure by accepting
this little gift. It is presented by ill,
children of the sablialh school, as a
token of the very high esteem in which
you are- held by us, as a Christian lady
and instructive superintendent. Trust
ing that its acceptance will afford j, u
as much pleasure as it gives i s iu the
Wo arc very sincerlv.
Recently T. AV. Landers shot and'
wounded a gray eagle near the Dres
back bridge on Big Fine, end after
considerable trouble lie succeed,d in
capturing and carrying it to IJ. Divs
baok's store. A striji of sin it brass
was discoveml coileil around the bird's
neck and made fast by a brass wire.
Tlie strip of brass measured two and
one-half inches in width by thirteen in
length, with letters stamped on, which
said: "Memphis, Tenn, Aug. 15. 1- :t.
Samuel F. Boils. Fo. ii.. oTiii > i. V. 1.'*
The bird is a savage looking monster.
One w ing measured over lliice feet. A
portion of the other li'ing shot away
they could not get tlie exact dimen
sions. lie is now confined iu a cage.
The Foutr d'Alene niiue* are in the
midst of a lalmr trouble that dwarfs any- 1
thing of tlie kind iu the past. It seems
rather severe on the miners that after
three mouths of idleness on account of
railroad rates that certain classes of
them shoukl Ive askixt to resume work
at reallu-ed prices, especially when the
mine owners hail announc'd that rail
read tariff was the only thing that • r
vuited the o[s r ition of the miues.
FT. SHERMAS CORHESPOITDEMCS
Howsy Eidget From the Bey* in BIun
Private Porter, company D, has beat
transferred to the to'.
Corporal Joseph Strole-I has been pr -
•noted to Sergeant and Private John F.
Sebm to Corporal, tn company F,
Sx-rgeant Straid, company D, lias Iiccn
relieved from duty as Canteen steward
and Sergeant Quinlan, tlie genial P. J„
has been detailed in fcis place.
A number of members of the bicycle
club have received euiU from New
A ork and the ridr rs now preserri a neat
and natty appearance on their wheels.
Hecruits will not hereafter be enlistx-d
under 21 years of age, except in case of
hoys between the age of lfi and IB yeans,
who will only be cidicted as musicians
or t<j learn music.
Post commanders cannot grant fur
loughs to soldiers for three or four
months, upon re enlistment, as hereto
fore. A general order from the war
department pruhibiu it,
Iiev. Herman Page was a visitor at
the ,mst during
members of the Episcopal churtu and
! - - ns cnotr. Kev.
Pag'- and his wife arc very popular,
especially with the children.
Hatliiion inspection, review and
,aKsl< r ' va « held here, March 31st, for
1 1 ' 10 time under the new tactics.
1 truo i' s marched iareview in quick
| and double time. The latter made some
i ^ le heavy weights bustle fo> breath
j ' M forfc t!i e review was completed.
The J. A. Garfield Garrison, IL A. &
] N. U. has cow a membersliip of 12a
j The meetings are very pleasant and are
beginning to be looked forward to
with pleasure. Applications are still
J coming in for membership. A garrison
j is soon to be established in Spokane.
V f el3:im ' coas l' an y H.
f h f olt - X »>av«
dsscU ^ rfftd u:ldcT Ttteran «ct
! .if-llUTn V. ' ft n-r.ll vt.A f..... «t 1..
1 live miles down the river.
to make the occasion a pleasant one.
On Tuesday evening la.st, the raem
j btrs of the Francis E. Vv'illard I>odge,
' - O. G. T. gathered at the post hail and
- a very pleasant and sectabie time
until the early hours of rooming,
Those who were present »y the mea
hers were indefatigable in th^r efforts
carried it to camp aud fed it w ith a
Oldman Geek, cf G troop, who is
camped on Fie other side of the lake,
»-« oat hunting one day last week and
found a young bear lodged in the forks
of a tree. The poor creature was near
j v sUrveL Geek and
sl>0 o n for two da vs, but despite their
kind efforts Brcla' turned up his toe*,
I Minstrel company's programme
!S comp'eted and the date for the next
' -'lert.iinm.':,*. s ; for April l'.*th. The
ul -t:i:>c- rs are p---tivc- that the prograic
as ''•rang'd " > • be the best that has
I ^* n "'iltasscd on the post hall stage,
The costumes are rdl new. the latest
songs raid music have bocu secured,
aud the stag • j reperties are-numerous
and original. The ; re-gram w ill consist
of a fire* part i:i minstrelsy with rn
] effective at;
1 novel f,-.its
; and Forel v. iil
Three sk< tciie
Tragedy of the
, 11 N»o!i"
it .1 ;i
ii the n
■ Highland Fli
be danced iu costume. Wo, d amt
Dobriner vviii apps-ariu new aud |s,pu
tet ski tcliv-s. it. t N, votll
and mm: . i. n V!. ;. Mortis 1 ave kindly
voluuteere i to rer a cornet duet
The n gi:m
•r.t; : stri
;.g band will
ciing the n
I'jent :;:.d i
-.c from t
of the jvrf
until 2 a.
j company i,
put to nr.
| of ov, r Cn
•v ; lo I
, b ...
(hd.jaurert iv'o 18.
' n or "" 1 !< v fixing thr salaries , f
i - of tbe town of F.eur
'. i A1,lu '- Kootenai County, State of
The inhabitants of Fie t ecu of Fo ur
d Alone do ,-r.lain as follows:
That the salaries of the town officers,
for the year comntoiu-ing April 4th,
I*'"2, shall b ' a, follows, to-vvit;
Town Marshal, (5M»> Lighty-dollars
Tow n Flerk, (?10.<\)) Ten do llars [i r
F r.Hvrafiou Attora-y. i.87AW) Thirty
dollars per motitJi.
levvu A -or, i s, - i I'.ftj-.Jollani
l'o'.lcc M i jistr.it". ( 811 . 01 ) T.vjat;.
dollars j« r year and legal fee*.
Town Treasurer, FA25.U1) Twenty
five dollars p r year,
All officers drawing mout- y sMariea
shall bo jiaid monthly,
This ordliumee shall take effect from
aud after its passage and approval,
AppreTis*, Match 9nh, ISII2.
II. L. II.vm i.dit, Fi.airiuau.
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