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VOL. J.—NO. 38
■HUBERT. K. Mi-FABLAND,
Attorney || Lw,
COtmi DALBMX IDAHO
<•. I.. 11EITMAN,
Attorney at taw,
■rrrUl Atlealleo Ul.ee te Mia las Rail MM.
JAMES 11. IIABTK,
Real Estate and Inauranee,
KOI ART ri'BUC.
Buoo. I aa41 Uiaety Hut. CtKI'B DALKEI
M. J. LIDDELL, M. D.,
W n d Wai and Surgeon.
OCra oe t«nb Bnn emu oM CUy Haul.
DM. JOHN SABIN,
PSyeklan and Surgeon,
OSee Heel Dee. teV.W.Beodar ACe.
OBI'S D AUtBB. IDAHO
LOUIS F. BECHTEL,
Fresh and Salt Meats,
MUTTER. HUGH. VKOK
TABLBS A KIMH.
C«stn ii'Aluk, • • • Idaho.
«. W B*r ant Be. »Buy. B U. Batert. Wrr
r: >: xva re.fK'ri: ::g Seeds
Miner., (luiktrre and Loggers' Supplies,
saati. Doura, llpe filling.
Paints and Olla,
OKI'S D'ALENE, - - - IDAHO.
Tickets on Sale
Chicago, St. Louis,
AND ALL K»lNTS
da:!, J.'erih and foil'd:,
Reclining ('hair Care
Bt.ao.en Portland to Ban Eranriaro
Ktery lot day*.
TICKETS to Hi from EUROPE.
T . retre aixl feneral Information nail on
II. lit eiat at. A*H. On. P. Agt.
tS4 Washington HI.,
Heute and Sign Painter^
FamiIi,O il*, Itru.hrK, Qlitaa, Etc.
UNO. HIE. WITH.
£'t: 7 er Sale.
1 'ands 7 or Sale.
lr.:-.trar.ee 7 or Sale.
Fr. I n«tiranrr,Lifc Insurance,
Anoiilmt Insurance. Houses to
, * 11 ' Choice Resident lot#.
DrSntiaaurB A Klntf.
take your meals
At-i tri DaurArtae or Title Hbasos.
Frrah l.akr Trout a Upadally.
Moore. e.-Cc., 'Proprietors.
A'oeur d'Alene, Idaho.
mbs. B. LA VINK, Prop.,
Cowur d'Alana, Idaho.
Booma by the Day, Week or Month.
J. H. BETHEL,
Watches, Clocks & Jswelry.
o. E. REYNOLDS,
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AMD
Coat a D'Ataaa. - - Id aho.
HE CUR fl'MEIE 0101 IN.
Finest Liquor* and Cigars,
Misologist direct (rout New York.
TMeoolf laarjr eon pounder la the city.
STOP AT THE
H. L. Banoroft, Proprietor,
Cumt d'Alene, Idaho.
LIQUORS & CIGARS,
C. L. McQINNIS, Proprietor.
Cieur d'Alene Inn,
Coci R d'Alkni, Idaho.
Thu Hotel la Hiinatod on tke bank at
COSUR D'ALENE LAKE
And hae km recently
Refilled and Fanned.
U yon like
Bontlng A Hunting,
fret Iron, bnetnree. or lor yoar wile
Irak, hraltliy air, fivr f.rur
d'Alene a trial, la >|>«ak>
Ing al t'.ror d'Al-ne
•i'i.yu. Sherman CaSieJ :l
Switzerland of A merica
>lr Ranm |nr ('niniiirrriil
Hartford Fire Ins. ('o.,
Continental Fire Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.
Warner & Wonnacott,
* miitil iTiH
A. I). LHAKbAtAn,
Assistant On. Fare. Agt.,
No. fit I OrSSS'n.
Tram trrtnlmal of liiffmHtflD po4oU tbo
t« Um lino In lake
TO HLL POINTS
It is the Dining Car Route. It
runs Through Vcstihulcd trains
every day in the year to
CnmjKispd of Dining Curs Un
Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
ers of I attest Kqvipment,
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
Hart tlwu can U rnnstrartsd and la
maaliiMi arr taHh Ipsa ami IsraMiM Inr
SoMaraot Aistar wtoadwlaaaIktata. aod
CLCQBNT BUT COUCHES
mg with i
*'y l £*lolllafnrwTalfnn roacanilas raise.
Ivaln*. pwm as*l iSkat tflaiti IllPlStsl oa
araUratwa U> say as*«l. or
A Continuous Lin. Connecting with all
linos, affording Direct and
Train leaves Ctrnrd'Alena at « p. m
and arrive s! »:*A. r ». 0YiArnt
For flrat data job printing eall on the
For a nobby suit, list or a pair of
•bom, go to tbo Mercantile atom.
A line selection of calling eards at
Cedar shingles and posts In quanti
tie#, at the Mercantile Store.
The Crown brand Kprague flour al
ways on hand at the Mercantile store.
House for ante, two blocks from
Khermau Street, fly# rooms and out
DiMai'mi-re A Kino.
Take all your repair work to Cran
ford * Co.
Freak eggs, butter and cheese at the
Those Hurt and Packard shoes hare
arrived. We also have a line line of
Kelly'e shoes for ladies, mlarea and
children; every pair warranted.
V. W. Mandeb A Co.
Rubber weather stripe keep out the
cold, and save fuel. For sale by
Taka all repair work to Cranford A
flood wool mattresses at Cranford A
Our fall and winter underwear la now
on sale. It will pay you to examine
Uds line before buying elsewhere.
W. II. Mitakland.
A friend for the bouakeeper at Cran
ford A Co.'s.
Gro. Mims l* building an addition to
Fall and winter goods are coming in,
call and look at them.
W. U. McFarland.
Horn, on Halloween, to the wife of
Frank Marlow, a daughter.
The latest fad at J. W. lletbrl'a jewelry
More, la a handsome eouveuler spoon,
in the bow) of which la a handsome
engraving of lake Co-ur d'Alene; call
Ml am them.
lamia F. Bechtel has opened a meat
market at the old Morgan and Cooper
15. W. Bechtel has charge of
Our stork of hats and furnishing
goods la complete; our line of neckwear
is Immenae. We can please you.
V. W. Sakees A Co.
lio and am thorn fine wool mattresses
at Crantord A Co.'# furniture store.
Mr. Buell la rushing the foundation
of his mill as fast aa possible. We hope
to am the mill In operation before snow
Dr. J. II. McPherson Dentist, la pre
pared to do all kind of work in that
line. Teeth eitrerted without pain by
the um of vilallred air. Office Lake
side are. and Fourth street.
When you want bargains, call at
Cranford A Co.'s furniture store.
Ijuta of hardware novelties never
before seen in this market at Bristow's.
Rubbers of all sires and shapes, at
For rubber foot wear we are strictly
In It AU the latest novelties in the
best goods made. V. W.Sander A Co.
fapt. Ed. Schuck is suffering from
a sprained ankle. You have our sym
We find Cranford A Co.'s the place
to buy our furniture, aa prices there
are Id Um reach of all.
Rev. Abridge returned from Browns
ville, Oregon, to-day. accompanied by
Winter la coming on. and cold wet
feet la the cause of a great deal of sick
ness. Have your boots and shoes re
paired at IV. S. Doty's and save doctor
You can buy aolid comfort at Cran
ford A Co.'s furniture store.
Rev. M. C. Aleridge will preach in
tlie Odd Fellow's liatl. Sunday eveniug
Call aiMl ace our line of cook ami heat
ing stoves. (Mir low prices will surprise
you. V. W. Sander A Co.
Mr. Bristow received the sad intelli
gence laat Saturday, of hit motlier's
death. The news was quite a shock,
although not unexpected. We heartily
sympathise with Mr. Bristow In hla
Senator Dubois visited Harrison last
Tuesday and gathered Information that
will enable him to straighten out the
difficulty which left that town on the
reservation owlug to an error In the
boundaries of the latter.
It la not unusual for colds contracted
in tlie fail to hang on all winter. In
such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis
are almost sure to result. A fifty rent
bottle of CliambertAln'a Cough lteniedy
will cure any cold. Can you afford to
risk so much for so small an amount ?
This remedy Is Intended especially for
had colds and croup aimI can always be
depended upon. For sale by Miller
Through the courtesy of the l*eople's
Transportation Co. a number of gentle
men enjoyed a very pleasant trip to
Harrison, Tuaaday on the steamer Vol
unteer. The party waa made up of
Senator Fred. T. Dubois, Hon W. B.
Rayburn,Gen. Curtla, Chaa Hoffman
James Russell and J. T. Scott. Col.
Budlong and Geo. B. Wonnacott, of the
transportation company, were with the
party and made the trip a very pleasant
If you want good mince plea boy
your mince meat of F. E. Kmpey A Co.
A party of Immigrants passed through
the city yesterday bound west
W. 8. Doty does all kinds of work in
the boot and shoe line. Sign of the big
boot, Bherman street
Warrantee deeds and location blanks
for aalo at this office.
Just arrived, another crate of those
fancy decorated flower puts sod hang
ing baskets. V. W. Handeb A Co.
Freak mines meat at F. K. Empev A
Halloween was properly observed in
this city last Monday night nod one
was forcibly reminded of the fact from
the general appea ra nce of the streets
the next morning.
Patent zinc binding for oil cloth, la
the beat thing out It saves your oil
doth and adds greatly to the appear
anew of the room; try It For sale by
F. E. Empey A Co. have on sale a lot
of prize baking powder. Every pur
chaser of a can to ontitlod to live pieces
of deeoratod China. Can for American
baking powder and receive a prize.
The Hon. Fred. T. Dubois and Judge
Hey bum add re ssed a large and appn
dative audience in Graney'e hall last
Monday evening, on the political situs
Uon. Three gentleman are noted for
tbrir oratorical ability and it goes with
out saying that they put themselves in
sympathy with the entire audience
from the commencement to the close,
which came all too soon for a large
majority of the audience,
The Donald Downie lecture, given
under the auspices of the public school,
was a glowing success. The bouse was
crowded and the lecturer held his audi
ence to the last People express them
selves as being well pleased and should
arrangements be made for hi, return,
be will be greeted with a full house.
After paying the lecturer bis guarantee,
and all the necessary expenses, there
remains IK for the library fund.
Mrs. P. C. Hughes of Dayton, and
daughter, Mrs. P. L. Malone, of Port
land, sister and neice of Mr. Joseph
Morris, returned to their respective
homes last Monday, after a week's en
joyable visit with relatives. During
their stay in the city they were the
guests of their esteemed friend. Mrs.
C. A. DeSaussure. Both ladies were
enraptured with Corur d'Alene and its
surroundings. Mrs. Hughes wilt re
turn here and make this tier future
Hon. J. M. Burke arrived home from
bto campaign tour of the state, Thurs
day. He waa given a warm reception
in which quite a number of dtixena,
regardless of tbrir political convictions,
participated, fit!urns in buggies and
carriages met Mr. Burke near Fort
Sherman and escorted him into town,
prereeded by tlie fourth infantry band.
pon arriving at Mr. Hurke'i residence
the gentleman, in a few words, heartily
thanked tlie ritiiens for the reception
they liad given him.
A reported outbreak of cholera at
Hrlmetla. N. J, created much excite
ment in that vicinity. Investigation
allowed that the disease waa not chol
era but a violent dyarntry which to al
maat aa severe and dangerous as chol
era. Mr. IValter Willard, a prominent
merchant of James burg, two miles from
Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Cilic,
Cholera and lHarrhora Remedy has
given great satisfaction in the moat
severe cases of dysentery. It is certain
ly one of the best tilings ever made."
For sale by Miller Bros., druggists.
The fourth iufantry band boys are
making extensive pr.paraUont for a
grand masquerade ball to be given on
Thanksgiving evening, Nov. S3. Tbe
ball opena in Post Hall at 0 o'clock and
from that time until 3 o'clock in the
morning wa tiave no doubt tlie merry
dancers will bo highly entertained.
Tbe admission for gentlemen will be
•Win. Ladtoa are admitted free. A
good supper will be served during the
evening for SO cents. Tlie Press did
some Urge paster work for tbe affair.
Mrs. Ducummen, of the St Joe. made
tlie PRtx« office a pleasant call last
Wedneeday, and presented us with
some nice fruit, which waa raised on
Mr. Ducummen'a farm. The pears
and apples are superior to any we bare
yet seen from Uit lower country, free
from worms or blemish of any kind.
Mis. Ducummen iuforms us that grapes
and other fruit of like uature, mature
nicely. This to another proof that the
•oil and climate of this country are
equal, if not superior to any of the
lower fruit producing sections. Farm
ers. plant fruit trees, grapes and all
kinds of small fruits, berries, etc.
An ordinance was introduced at
Wedueeday evening's session of the
city council requiring the Northern
l*aciflc to station a flagman at the
Sherman street croaaiug. Aa we un
derstand the ordinance It to not a hard
ship on the company, and if pasaed and
enforced will, in all probability, be tlie
means of saving human life. Several
narrow escapee from being run over at
this crossing have occurred of late, and
aa the people demand some protaction
and the ordinance only requires a man
to be at the crossing while trains are
passing, we see no objection to its pas
sage. The company can Instruct a
brakeman to look after the matter
without additional expense.
A OEAED SUCCKBS.
Hoe W. J. MoCcnn el l AUrwan *
Hon. W. J. McConnell addressed tlie
largest and most enthusiastic audience
stGnney's Hall Wednesday evening,
that has gathered in this city. At 7
p. m. the booming of anvils announced
the opening of the evening's demonstra
tion. The Fourth Infantry band from
Fort Sherman was marched to the
Creur d'Alene Inn and serenaded tbe
ca n didate for gubernatorial honors.
A medley of patriotic and old time war
songs aroused the aid soldiers, who
found vent for their feelings in cheers
for the party, the flag and the candi
dates. An immenae bonfire lighted np
tbe space in front of the hall, and
amid the booming of guns and tbe in
spiring strains of music by the bend
the mam of people moved toward the
hall. When Colonel Budlong was intro
duced to the audience there was not
even standing room in the hall. The
speaker confined Ids remarks to the
land grants made by the democratic
party prior to the formation of the
party now In power. At 7M he intro
duced the speaker of the evening, Hon.
W. J. McConnell, amid the wildest and
most tumultous applause. For two
hours he held the attention of Ids audi
ence in discussing the tariff, silver
question, and showing up the fallacies
of free trade democrats. Referring to
the democratic rally which took plat*
Thursday evening, the speaker sutk-i
paled the arguments which would be
presented by Mr. Burke, and exposed
the utter impracticability of democratic
doctrines as advocated by that party.
The voters of this county have never
before bad the purposes of the repub
lican party so dearly outlined and ex
plained aa was done by Mr. McConnell
last evening. Uon. Willis Sweet was
unable to accompany Mr. McConnell
through this county on account of
School Report far the Month Ending
1'rimary Grade.—Total No. enrolled,
fit; No. boys, SI; No. girls, 2s; average
daily attendance, 61; No. left, 7; No.
re admitted, 6; No tardy 12; No. be
longing at date, S4; No. visits received,
28; No. visits by Board, 7; No. visits
made, IS. Names of those who have
been neither aba *nt nor tardy during
the last month; Johnny Meyers, Eddie
Fredericson, Katie Fernaa. Gladys
Rule, Gaorgie Wonnacott, Harry Lash
brook, Rrayton Husie, Mamie Clark
Joe Wilson, Henry Russell. Harry Nes
bitt, Cora Oieaon, Katie Wonnacott,
Jessie Fenian, Thomas Mize, Keane
Grammar Grade: -Whole number en
rolled during the month, t»7; No. girt*.
31; No. boys. 2fi: average daily attend
ance, 4*i; No. cases of tardiness, S»;
No. dropped, fi; No. returned, 4; No.
belonging at date, a3; No. visits re
ceived. 5>; No. vtoits received by mem
bets of tbe school board. 6; No. visits
made by teacher, lit. Tke names of
those who were neither absent nor
tardy, are; Lizzie Stowe. Louise llnaly,
Grace Betliet. Katie Healy, Myrtle San
ders, Mabel Joy, Theo DeSaussure.
Bernice Bethel, Susie Nesbitt, Ida Rus
sell, Ferry Smith, Frank Duncan, Geo.
Uusaall, Edwin Stowe, Clare Gray.
Jimmie Tracy, AUie DeSaussure. Sber
man Baker, John Freder.ck, Arthur
Cody, Matt Miller and Leroy Weston.
FXX 80 BAL MEETIoiT
Judge Albert Hagan was celled to
Washington, D. C„ to attend to an im
portant mining suit, which will be heard
at tke euauiug term of the I'm ted
States Sitprei te Court.
CapL Monroe Daggett, of tlie St.
Manet, was in tlie city this week.
Mr. Bond, of tlie St. Joe, to spending
a few days in Um city this week.
Mr. Fred. Palmer, a prosperous St.
Joe rancher, to doing the city this week.
Mr. Jorgent, of Hope. Idaho, made
Uie Pn»:v. a pleasant call last Wednee
Mr. James Monaghan was the guest
of Mr. Clem King at hto country seat.
Avondale, this week.
We are pleased to see Capt. I. B.
Sanborn on deck again, looking some
what peacked however.
l»r. W. K. Purveance, l\ 8. army
surgeon, arrived from an eastern post
last Wednesday and will be stationed
at Fort Sherman.
General Carlin and Lieutenant Ley
den. of Fort Sherman, left for tbe Cieur
d'Alene mining country yesterday.
They go to look over tbe situation of
affairs and decide on the advisability of
withdrawing the troops.
Mr. K. B. Miller, of Colfax. Wash,
brother of Arthur Miller, our genial
druggist, Is In the city on a visit
Mr. Boss and Mr. I*atoy Clark, two
well known mining men of the Cieur
d'Alenes, were lookiug over the Wolf
Lodge district tills week. We feel con
fident they will give a favorable report,
as good results have already beau I tad
from numerous assays of quarts from
Mr. Thomas Graney made The Pune
a pleasant call Friday. Mr. Graney to
very enthusiastic over the wonderful
productiveness ef the Yakima valley,
where he la located.
William Ryan, republican nominee
for assessor, dropped In on ns yesterday.
HELD FOE MVEDKK,
Tke Altofsd Areaasiasf Walter Xaaler
Arrested by Billy Marti*.
Hope, Idaho, Nov. A—(SpecUL)—As
a beginning to the end of the Clark's
Fork murder, your correspondent baa
gl e aned the following facte:
The murderer of Walter Keeler .has
been arrested and to now in Batbdrnm
jail awaiting tbe action of the grand
jury, thanks to the disinterested aervieas
of William Martin, the republican can
didate for sheriff of Kootenai county.
AL Dalon, of Clark's Fork, a few days
ago received a letter from G. A. Giltoa,
dated at Drummond, Mont., desiring
information in regard to horaea oumed
by W. Keeler at bto death, and found by
the officers when his body was discov
ered. These letters were turned over to
William Martin for answer. Mr. Martin
succeeded, through c o rre s ponden c e, in
decoying tide man Giltoa to Hope, where
Mr. Martin promptly arvmted him en
suspicion, and be to now in Hafhdw.m
jail awaiting trial as an accessory to this
great crime. While in convermtior
with tbe prisoner, Mr. Martin succeeded
in obtai ning a due which aided him in
locating the murderer.
Upon receiving tbe necessary author,
ity, he took up the thread, and today
Jack Elliott to in jail at Batbdrnm
charged with the murder of Walter
Keeler. Jack Elliott waa arretted at
Helix, Ore^ the 1st insL, by Martin, and
brought bets last night and duly com
milted for trial after examination, when
the prisoner's testimony waa taken be
fore K. Wannamaker, justice of the
peace. The evidence to very strong
against the prisoner, and be to no doubt
the guilty person. We understand that
after the examination he coufeared to
Mr. Martin that he killed Keeler, bat
dared not say to for fear of lynch law.
This cold-blooded minder was commit
ted on Sept. 22 near Clark's Fork, and
waa done for the purpose of robbery.
Keeler's pockets were turned inside out
and bto watch and money taken. Keeler
waa shot three times, the last shot being
in the bead and tbe powder burning the
face, lie waa unarmed and not expect
ing treachery from hto supposed friend
and companion. William Martin, the
capturer of Jack Elliott, has been de
voting bis time and money for the past
three weeks to the capture of Elliott, a
tough look ing character, when he should
have been devoting it to the canvass of
this county for the office to which he
was nominated by hto party. Mr. Mar
tin's sacrifice of time and money will be
more fully appreciated by the people
when it to known that the officers of
Kootenai county hare paid little or no
attention to the cue.
Whs Committed the Ferrary.
Tbe following affidavit will be of in
teiest to the voters of Kootenai county,
just at this particular time, aa it shows
seme of the workings of the present
State of Idaho,)
Ooi-xtv or Kootenai. \
Burdette B. Skinner being first duly
sworn, deposes and says: "That be
commenced work in road district No. I
under J. C. Furguaon on Sept. IS, 1*01.
and continued until tictober 1*91, and
on orders from Commissioner Pilling,
through Furguaon, I moved the camp
to road district No. K, and continued
work there until the Sth of December.
Tlie commissioners refused to pay for
slid work after they ordered it done.
That on or about November 19Ui, sum
monses were issued for contractors
under llumes A Chapman and others
to appear at Kathdrum, in a suit for
poll taxes against men in their employ,
and that my mime waa forged to said
summons. On or about tbe last of No
vember 1801. attachments were served
on their outfits to pay Uie poll taxes of
their man, and that my name was
forged to Uie attachment. That the
suits against the contractors under
Burnes A Chapman, were prosecuted
by the county commissioners of Koot
enai county, and that Joseph Moriey
put in a bill against the county of
*468.40 for serving the papers and se
curing names of the workmen employed
by the contractors in said case. That
the lawyers bill was S2HO.il); that the
board waa in session three days at a
coat of *72.tn. That the total amount
of money squandered in this one rase
amounted to *740.00. That 1 never
authorised the commissioners or any
other person to sign my name to said
summons That on October 16. 1801,1
was appointed road supervisor of dis
trict No. 8. That on account of the
forgery of my name to those papers
they are illegal, and the county will
lose what money lias been expended
in the above mentioned case.
ItrRDKTT B. Skinner.
Subscribed and swum to before me
this 28th day of October. 1882.
[kkal.] James II. Haute
Colonel Leach, l'. S. special agent of
tlie general land office, and Mr. Fred
Wannacott made The Press a pleasant |
call yesterday. The Colonel has pur
chased a farm on the SL Joe, and will 1
make hto future home on that beautiful
A large audience assembled at
Dickey's hall Thuraday evening to hear
J. M. Burke expound democratic doc
trine. Tlie Fort Sherman band furn
ished music and anvils made the noise
t *r the occasion.
"W. O. Wheeler move# into hto new
residenae oa Wednesday of this weak.
Mr. Baeotfs saw mill to making s One
appearance. The .machinery arrive!!
this weak and.tbe engine will be pat in
.in s tow flays.
E. W. Wheelerds givit* the .fintohing
touches to hto, boose .this week and will
move in toon.
The peqpie's party hem a political
meeting here on Satorday evening last.
Mr. Jones froeo Boise Ctty-wae the most
Politics to the -eae .dissuasion of the
day. It to evident that tbto section will
go strongly republican.
A huge party.arrived in Harrison on
Tuesday by the at earner Voimiteer.
Prominent among them were Senator
Dubois, Judge Heybnra, Mr. Wouaa
eott, J. T. Scott, James Rnasell anil
Charles Hoffman. The objeet of Um
visit was to look over the towiwtte in
order to make a satisfactory adjustment
of the Hues and place the matter before
congress in a proper manner.
An effort has been made to start the
saw mill owned by M. J. Sexton this
week. After rawing one day the work
was postponed, owing to the machinery
being out of repair and a matter of
business needing attention. It to soon
to be ran regularly.
Hunting to excellent Fine specimens
of the "monarch of the forest" and of
the feathery tribe are brought to town
every day by the brave sportsmen.
Game of all kinds are on the hotel
bill of fare, and Um many that do justice
to them vote this one of the flnest places
in the world.
The republican rally held here Thnrt
day was largely attended. Mr. McCon
nell, candidate for governor, delivered a
very able s peec h . Many other candi
dates accompanied him, and tbe com
bined force or such intellects made a
fine meeting. The republicans are in
high glee over the prespecte of the re
sults of the coming election.
Mr. Morris to erecting a fine tailor
shop on Um lot adjoining Hotel Lake
View. As soon as completed a first
class tailor shop will be ran here.
Miss Katie Davis returned. Saturday,
from a two months* visit with her aunt
Mr. Quarles, of Medimont, spent Um
first of the week in Harrison. Mr.
Quarles has won the esteem of all hero
and we are sanguine of hto success as a
candidate for commissioner.
A. A. Crane returned from n canvas
tour, Saturday. He was greatly im
pressed by the republican enthusiasm
shown throughout the county.
II. K. White, democratic candidate
for probate judge, was making the ac
quaintance of the Harrison citizens
James Bam ford came up from Oakes
dale, Tuesday, and remained some days
adjusting business, and then departed
for the SL Joe, where he to having some
Mr. Bell of Tekoa Hardware firm of
Bril A Kay, visited Harrison the last of
CapL Fox, a rustling attorney from
Tekoa, was in town Tuesday, attending
some legal business.
F. L. Burgan of Cieur d'Alene, was
seen exchanging greetings with his
many friends in Harrison, Mouday.
J. W. Stearns of the Tekoa Bank,
Was in town this week. Mr. S was
greatly surprised with the growth of
our little city.
Mr. Council, one of Tekoa's pioneer
business men. is here looking up bis
Mr. Allen, of Cieur d'Alene City,
made Harrison a visit this week.
Mr. Decker left, Thursday, for Or
bum, where he has a logging camp.
A. T. I/carh. U. 8. timber agent, was
a guest at the Hotel take View this
week, looking after Uude Sam's in
Mr. Watson. U. P. road-master, and
nephew, Mr. I lodge came to Ilamson
Friday. Mr. Dodge remained aa en
gineer in Sexton's raw mill.
Mr. Daggett, of the SL Joe, spent the
latter part of the week renewing at
quaiutances in Harrison.
Ta Us Ladies.
Mrs. Mulkey has received another
new line of millinery, among which are
children's school sailors ninety cents
apiece. Ladies' frit hats of ail kinds
and new trimmings. Give her a call.
East Sherman street.
Real Estate Transfers
W. E. Nesbitt to H. M. Thamke. lot 2,
block IU. *400.00.
II. L. Bancroft to Odd Fellows, lot I,
block G. *l.ui.
Wm. Tlieiley to T. J. Norris, lot 8,
block 6, *TS.
Services in Uie Presbyterian church
as usual at II a. m. and 7;*) p. ui.
Mark the time for eveniug service.
Sabbath school at 10a. m. Subj.cts
morning: "Tim ram of our country's
greatness.'' Evening, "The duty of
Americans." A sermon to elector*.
Prayer meeting at 7 p. m. Wedueeday,