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C(EUR D'ALENE, KOOTENAI COUNTY, IDAHO, APRIL 1, 1893.
12.00 A YEAR
T. E. McFAKI.AND,
Attorney at Law,
Clin O-AUMB. IDAHO
Aitornay al Law,
Raal Batata and Inauranaa,
I sad BlurS, OKUR D A1JMK
LIDDELL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
ob Fourth •imi bmi old CHjr llourl.
ckets on Sale
ago, St. Louis,
AND ALL 1*01 NTH
J.'srlk and South,
Colon lift Sleepers,
Kcrlniing Chair Car*
r» I'urtlth'l to Kan Frtnriico
Kurf l«»ur day*.
ETS to and from EUROPE.
nlo an-1 g*nsrml i nforroaliui. rail on
dcl rr a*.
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V>i Washington *L,
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le lh* Um Ui Ult
i* the Dining Car Route. li
tiny in the year to
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flirotigli VcMiI.uIimI tram*
(XOCfUKf.lt Of CARS)
posed of Dining Cars Un
ran Drawing Hoont 81cep
r* of Latest Ki|ui|>nu-nt,
rist Sleeping Cars,
it <*•« ranMnwtod an<1 In whlrh ar
linn* mtr troth frr« *n<1 fwrwuhm) for
Of Aral or •rmnd rlsMiirkria. amt
ANT MY COACHES
nuous Lin. Connecting with all
i affording Direct end uninter
fmm alt psxlnta In Amtrfr*. England
it* ' an l*e |t«irrh*Md al any U* Wet of*
Information concern log rate*, time of
tea and other detail* ftirnlRhed on
n to an) agent, nr
A. D. CHARLATAN,
Assistant Gen. I'm. Agt-.
I First Kt., cor. Washington,
vet Co-urd'Alene at It:It «. m.
vee at 7 40 p. m.
P. JOY, Agent.
li LAKE VIEW,
Meals at All Hours.
• 1.60 and •SLOOe Day.
LOUIS F. BECHTEL
Fresh and Salt Meats,
BUTTER, EGGS, VEGE
TABLES «St KISH.
Can k d'Alene, - . . Idaho.
U. W. HecliU-l luu charge ul tlie bionics. be re.
Stuve Bros., Proprietors.
Manufacturers of and Dealer* in
Cedar ♦ Shingles.
M Ed. K. LA VINE, Prop.,
Cuuur d'Aluna, Idaho.
Room* bjr Uia Day, Week or Hootli.
Till* «|iace ahould be occupied by the
adverUaetueut uf a live busint-se man.
STOP AT THE
H. L.. Bancroft, F*roprl«»tor.
Cn ur d'Alene, Idaho.
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
FRESH LAGER ON TAP.
Nrcoud Ktreet, C<rur d'Alene.
Notions and Ladies' Furnishings
We Offer Genuine Bargain*.
MRS. I. C. KAHLER
S : Kit'dvcSeeds I
Miner*. RulMrrs and Logger*' Supplies,'
**»h. IIooi*. I'i,u- tilting.
I'amta and Oils, ;
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T^srwwi few Mwurntg p*< «wit« in ft mm ■ —
IM pRtotc *T • DU.W iitsb fm Of Itum m Un
£ rirntific J^merirau
Hou 6 eand Sign Painter*
Faint*. Oils, Brushes, Glass, Etc.
Picture Framing a Specially.
Money te Loan
Good Farm Lands
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
DkSAUSRURE a king.
Watches, Clocks di Jewelry.
Repairing anil Engraving neatly done
and all work guaranteed. Co-iir d'Alene,
For llr*t class job printing call on the
For bargain* go te the Mercantile
A line selection of calling cards at
For ahoea of good value that will
atand wear call on McFarland.
Dr. Mcl'heraon ffila teeth without
pain. Office, Lakeside avenue and
Fourth street, Ccsur d'Alene.
Warrantee deeds and location blanks
for sale at thla office
For fancy groceries, butter and cheese
the Mercantile Co. is strictly In 1L
Call around to Empey A Co. and see
what cash will bay; cheaper than the
We have the largest and beat assort
ment of shoes in Idaho.
V. W. Sandhi. A Co.
For lumber, shingle*, hay and grain
go to Empey A Co.
For dry tamarack, Hr wood, or cedar
shingles, leave your orders at the Mer
lfata marked 'way dawn at McFar
land's. Call and examiue them before
buying. They are nobby, neat and
We can give you some extra drives in
ineu's and boys' auita.
V. W. Sander & Co.
The ladies should examiue Empey A
Co.'s line of line shoes.
Co to W. J. Cranford for all your
furniture or anything needed in that
Instrumental music taught by Mia.
W. E. Nesbitt. Terms reasonable.
We can now show you the nobbiest
and must complete line of men's cloth
ing. V. W. Sander A Co.
The new freight rates took effect Feb.
15. We had our spring orders of hats,
genta' furnishings and shoes held in the
cast In order to get the benefit of the
iow rate. The goods liave arrived and
are on sale at a much reduced price.
This gives us the advantage over our
competitors carrying old stocks.
Cold Institute Sure cure; liquor,
morphine, tobacco habit; no cure no
pay; circulars free.
F. Alexander, secretary,
*>> selecting your hats.
boots IU»d shoe* uf Kmprr A Co. J>
Empey A Co. have placed on sale a
new hue of hats and cap* of the latest
*tyle* and at phert tiiat will make
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Have you examined tlie new line of
boots and shoes at Km pry A Co.'s? It
einbraers all kinds, qualities and price*.
Cranford will make new furni
ture out of your old. Try him and see.
Never befsre have the |ieople of C.eur
d'Alene and vicinity had an opportunity
to buy boot* and shoe* for so little
money. Empey A Co.
Coroner Sabin has been summoned to
Bonner's Ferry to hold an inquest over
the body of a suicide.
Why rob yourself when you can save
The best Itargamt ever offered.
tome and see our special bargain in
alines. V. W, Sander A Co.
W. J. Cranford Informs us that all
his furniture comes direct from tlie far
tory. and he will give you very low
prices for cash.
The annual spring cleaning w ill soon
be In order.
A Urge number of our citizens hare
I wen in attendance upon district court
at llathdrum during the week as jurors
Several new street crossing* have been
put in on Sherman street. They were
certainly a public necessity, especially
those at the railroad track across Third
A wind storm last Sunday night
caused the ice in the lake to shift and
break some of the piling* that were
driven a few days before by the North
With a few more days of warm
weather the lake M ill lie entirely clear
of ice. The lee Is badly broken up in
places and there are many clear spots
on the lake.
The people of Bonner's Ferry will
present a petition to the board of couuty
commissioners asking for an appropria
tion of 9I5.UII to build a bridge over
the Kootenai river.
It Is thought that the Northern
Pacific will build a branch line from
Kootenai station on the main line to
Bonner's Ferry, a distance of S3 miles.
The M ater In the lake is raising very
rapidly, and eld residents predict that it
will be higher than ever known before.
Beporta from tlie St Joe and Corur d'
Aleue river countries say that there is
mors snow In tlie mountains than has
been known for several years.
My wife was confined to her bed for
over two months with a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. We could get
nothing that would afford her any re
lief. and as a last resort gave t'hamber
Iain's Pain Balm a trial. To our great
surprise shs began to improve after the
first application, and by using it regn
larly she was soon able to get up aad
attend to her luuise work. E. II. John
son, ot C. J. Knutson A Co, Kenstng
ton, Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Miller Bros, druggists.
a n* itnora boost.
The Oaaerml Cheraua Te Be Fitted Up Far
•a Bsssniea Best.
The bull of the steamer Gen. Sherman
has been raised and will be fitted up for
an excursion beat to ply between thla
city and a new summer resort te be
fitted up by Manager Hayward, of the
Spokane Auditorium. J. I. Khalil* and
Capt. L II. Kan bum, of thla city, are
also interested In the enterprise. A site
has been selected a few miles up the
lake, and it is proposed te fit up one of
the finest summer resorts in the north
west A large natatorinm will be
erected and an immense pavilion for
dancing built together with all other
attractions of such resorts. The North
ern Pacific will run two excursion trains
each Sunday from Spokane to this city,
and the Auditorium orchestra will fur
nish music at the new resort. The work
of repairing tlie Gen. Sherman bag
already commenced. The work of fit
ting up the grounds will be pushed
B lss t lse Bettes.
Notice is hereby given, that on Tues
day, the fourth day of April, A. I). 1693,
at the store building adjoining the
C«*ur d'Alene Inn on the west, an
election will be held for five (5; Trustees
for the village of C<rur d'Alene,
Kootenai county, State of Idaho.
Which Election shall be open at nine
o'clock in the morning, and continue
until seven o'clock in the evening of
the same day.
Dated this 17th day of March. A. D.
By order of the Hoard of Trustees,
A. E. Hl'sil.
April 1—All Fools' Day.
The much needed sidewalks are being
laid on Sherman street
The Young Men's Club will soon give
s dramatic entertainment.
School opened after the spring vaca
tion with Hu pupils in attendance.
Mclteynolds Post, G. A. It, will meet
to-night in the Masonic hail in the
Sander block, and hereafter the post
meetings will be held there. The ladies
of the W. ft. C. s ill hold their meetings
at tlie same hall.
The friends of Arthur Miller have
prevailed upon him to run as an inde
pendent candidate for trustee at next
Tuesday's municipal election. If a per
son desires to vote for Mr. Miller it will
be necessary to write his name in one
of the blank spaces to tlie right of the
printed name of eue of tlie other candi
dates and omit the X mark opposite the
name for which be does not desire to
The commissioner of the general land
office has rendered a derision in the land
reutest rase ot KugeueGay against 11. It.
Dickenson involving a valuable home
stead entry on the St. .loe river. The
decision was received at the local land
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office last Tuesday and gives Gay a por- i
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tion of the homestead claimed by Dick
enson. Tki* case- excited quite an inter
est when it was before the local land
office a few months since. The commis
sioner reverses the decision of the local
*The marhinsry has been removed
from the Amelia Wheaton and will
probably be placed in a new kull. Tlie
Wheaton was one of the oldest and best
known boats on the lake, having been
in the service of the government for sev
eral years previous to passing into
private hands. The Volunteer and
Korwine, also owned by the l*#ople's
Transportation Ob, will be thoroughly
overhauled and placed in first-class con
dition for Uie coming season's business.
A larger and better engine will be
placed in the Korwine.
Clay Fruit, of Post Falls; Samuel
Owens, of Clarks Fork; C. L. Daggett,
" • J. McClure. James Graham aud W.
B. McFarland, of this city, the latter a
member of the committee, attend.*! a
meeting of the IVmocratic state central
committee at Moscow the first of the
week. They gave out no information,
but it is presumed the committee
divided the spoils of Idaho under the
Cleveland administration. A large num
ber of those who are willing to sacri
fice private business interests for the
public good will be disappointed, as the
meeting developed tiie fact that there
were not near enough offices to go round.
The city fathers met Wednesday
evening and had under consideration
the proposition of the Bowers ltubbsr
Co, of Portland, Ore, to furnish the
city with hose and other necessary ap
pliances as additions to the equipment
of the fire department After fully dis
cussing the matter the council voted to
order 500 feet of hose at FI.10 per foot
one hose cart at 41105, aud one improved
nozzle at $15, a total cost of 9730. ex
elusive of freight. The firm agrees to
take in payment general fund warrants.
We have no doubt tlie people will ap
prove of the action of the council in the
matter, ns more hcioe and on additional
hoee cart were absolutely necessary.
Persons who are subject to attacks of
bilious colic con almost invariably tell,
by their feelings, when to expect an
attack. If Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarchies Remedy is taken as soon
as these symptoms appear, they can
want off the disease. Such persons
should always keep the Remedy at
hand, ready for immediate use when
needed. Two or three doses of it at tlie
right time will save them murh suffer
ing. For sale by Millar Bros., druggists.
ft Ballet Carps.
Largely through the efforts ef Mrs.
D. H. Budlong, a Woman's Belief Corps,
auxiliary to Mclteynolds Post, G. A. IL,
will soon be instituted in this city on a
scale that assures its success from the
•tart. At the parlors of the Ccsur d'
Alene Inn last Tuesday a meeting of
the ladies interested in the organization
was held. The attendance was very
large, and after a temporary organiza
tion had been affected by the election of
Mrs. D. II. Budlong as president; Mis.
W. T. Hoskinaon, secretary, and Mr*.
J. T. Scott, treasurer, business pertain
ing to the "good of the order" was pro
ceeded with without delay. The petition
for a charter was circulated and 36
ladies signified their intention to be
come members by signing. All present
were enthusiastic over the interest
taken in the matter and the great suc
cess of their first meeting. The petition
was forwarded to the national presi
dent, Mrs. M. It. Wickins, of Sabetha,
Kan, Wednesday, and the charter, to
gether with rituals, goat and other sup
plies necessary in a well equipped lodge,
are expected in a short time, when the
Corps will be duly instituted. A num
ber of ladies who were unable to attend
last Tuesday's meeting bare signified
their intention to become members.
A To*ag Unrspaper Xu SalcKUs.
The young mau who committed
suicide at Bonner's Ferry on Friday of
last week, mention of which was made
in our last issue, was T. L. O'Connor, a
newspaper man, late of Kalupell, Mont
He was found dead in his room at the
Palace Hotel, where he bad been stop
ping for several days. Dr. Sabin went
to Bonner's Ferry and held an inquest,
which resulted in disclosing the fact
that the young man had deliberately
taken his own life. He,was formerly a
resident of Plainfield, Minn. In his
pocket was found a letter, of which the
following is a copy:
Bonner's Ferrv, Idaho, March 23,
1693.—To those who find me cold in
deatb: When friends and relatives turn
to traitors and persecutors then man
yields to temptation. Such has been
my case, and life hath lost all charms
for me. Misfortunes have marked my
career. Those whom 1 befriended, when
tried, preved my most dangerous ene
mies. There seems to be nothing in this
world for me but hardship and sorrow,
and I have concluded to blot out my
life. My last wish is that I may be
buried here. T. L. O'Connor.
He was a member of the Knights of
Pythias, and the body was taken in
charge by the members of the order
resident in Bonner's Ferry and shipped
to the Kalispell lodge.
Miss Theresa Kildea visited Spokane.
Mrs. G. O. Ritchie has been quite sick
for * eVrnl1 <U - V8 '
\Ic t II'
Mrs. J. W. Wiggett is recovering from
a severe sickness.
C. W. Beall, of Wallace, was a visitor
here last Thursday.
Mrs. George K. Reynolds is confined
to her bed by sickness.
Senator liurgan, returned from a busi
ness trip to Lewiston Tuesday evening.
Hon. Thomas Smith, of Colfax. Wash,
is visiting at his ranch near Hayden
Ext* Baird, of Lewiston, owner of the!
city hotel property, was here during the
week .j. s
Mrs. Geo. W. Coffman and children
arrived from North Yakima during the
W. P. Bird, assistant auditor of the
Northern l*acific. was in the city during
Hon. A. A. Crane. Guy Davis and
Capt. Fairbanks, of Harrison were visit
The piling for the tramway from
Hueil's mill to the Northern Pacific track
was driven last Tuesday. The tramway i
Mill lie completed in a few days. Mr.
Buell already has orders for a large
amount of lumber and expects to com
ors here last Wednesday.
Fred and R. II. Palmer came down
from the upper SL Joe Thursday and
will remain for a feu - days.
C. II. Wal'iser. of Post Falls, assisted
the Knights of Pythias in working the
second rank Thursday evening.
Col. I). II. Budlong informs us that
Mclteynold's Post, G. A. R, of this city,
has taken in several new members dur
ing the past few days aud is in a pros
The Knights of l*ythias have issued
invitations for another of their pleasant
social dunces, to take place next Mondav
evening at Graney's Hall. The Fourth
infantry orchestra will furnish the
music for the occasion.
mence filling them in a few day* |
A sneak thief entered the residence of
A. 11. Butler in broad daylight during 1
the temporary absence of the family amt
appropriated Mrs. Butler's purse, con
taining several dollars. This should
serve as a warning to our citizens to
lock their dosrs when leaving the house.
John Banks, who resides down the
river, came to town the other day and
proceeded to fill up on red eye. He suc
ceeded remarkably well, ami by night
was In a good condition to be "rolled,"
which feat was successfully accom
plished by some one to him unknown.
John says he waa relieved of about 93l>
by the operation.
shln K le setioo on account; comproj
ILfl Comberworth ' at '
w, ', . .
Miners A Mock growers Bank vs. C.
tB. Johnson, attachment; judgment for
1 — — of Prno—dings im Judge Koto
This has been an eventful week in the
district court at Katbdrum and a large
volume of busineos was disposed of.
The criminal cases against the Ccsur
d'Alene strikers were called, and upon
motion of District Attorney O'Neill dis
missed. Mr. CXeUl stated to the court
that upon the evidence obtainable a
conviction was impossible In any of the
cases. This is probably the last chapter
in the history of on* of the greatest
fights between capital and labor that
ever took place in the coast country.
The same action was taken in the
case of the state against Joe Warren
charged with bringing an armed force
of men into the state. Mr. O'Neill asked
the court to appoint James Hawley as
assistant prosecutor in this case. Mr.
Hawley asked to be excused, stating
that he did not believe a conviction
could be bad under the Idaho Matntea,
and the district attorney then moved
that the case be dismissed, which was
granted by the court.
The Marshall divorce case attrheted a
great deal of attention and occupied the
court for one day. It will be submitted
to the court on briefs. R. E. McFar
land is the attorney for Mrs. Marnhaii
I n the case of Edwin L. Mims, charged
with complicity in the election frauds
at Bonner's Ferry, defendant failed to
put in an appearance at the time set for
trial, and his bond in the sum of 91/100
was declared forfeited by the court.
Mims' attorney, 1L E. McFarland, stated*
to tlie court that he had telegraphed his
client at Kaalo, B. C, and that he was
unavoidably delayed. Mr. Mima reached
this city Wednesday evening and pro
ceeded to Ratiidrum Thursday morning,
and his bondsmen were released from
the payment of the boud. This case has
attracted a great deal of attention, and
the result of the trial will be watched
with much interest.
The case of the state against A. E.
Epler, charged with circulating spurious
ballots, was dismissed.
The cast of E. IL Alward, of the C<rur
d'Alene Drug Co, arrested on the com
plaint of the saloon keepers of this city
ou the charge of selling liquor without
a license, came before the court last
W ednesday. and there being no evidence
to sustain the charge Mr. Alward was
Xarciase Nero was found guilty of
attempted burglary by a jury. The
offense was committed about a month
ago at Sand Point, where Nero tried to
enter Weil's store at midnight. He was
shot in the arm by Weil's clerk, cap
tured and brought to llathdrum. He
will receive his senteuce to-day.
A. E. Warner vs. G. W. Bradley, at
tachment; F.E. Fogg appointed referee.
Spokane Falls A Idaho Railroad Co.
vs. the inhabitants of the town of Creur
W. li. Fisher and II. D. Allen,injunc
G. F. Mackey vs. W. 11. Fisher, fore
closure of mortgage: compromised.
V. W. Minder A Co. and Saginaw
Lumber Co. vs. James Mouaghau, fore
closure of hen; compromised.
C. B. Johnson vs. the Post Falls
S. A. Worden vs. C. R. Johnson, at
tachment; judgment for plaintiff.
V. W. Sander A Co. vs. C. B. Johnson
attachment; judgment for plaintiff. '
Spokane Commission Co. vs. George
A. Manning, action on account; dis
William Martin vs. John J. Costello
election contest: dismissed on motion of
plaintiff. This is the case in which Mr.
Martin contested tlie electiou of Mr
Costello to the office of sheriff.
llev. Herman l*age will hold services
iu the evening of Easter Day at the
post chapel at 7:30.
Easter Day services at St. Luke's
church in the morning at 11 o'clock.
Children's service at 3 p. m. Everyone
The Ladies' Aid Society of the l*res
byterian church will meet with Mrs.
J. II. Harte at her residence ou Tues
day. April 4. at 3 o'clock p. m.
There will be a meeting of the Ladies'
Aid Society of the M. E. church next
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Nesbitt. All members
are requested to be present, as there is
business #f importance to be traus
Services at the Catholic church as fol
lows: Week days, until further notice,
mass at H o'clock n. m.; Sundays, mass
and sermon at 10 a. m.; Sunday school
at 3 p. n».; Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament, with Rosary, at 7 p. ui. Con
fession every Friday afternoon.
Easter services will he held to morrow
In the Presbyterian church, both morn
ing and evening. The evening will be
given chiedv to the Mibbath schoel, and
will begin at 7 o'clock. I)r. J. E. Coben
our Mill be Mith us, and will make a
short address; perhaps also in the
morning, lie will conduct UHiou Evan
gelistic services through the week.
Everybody is cordially invited.
The Tuesday evening promenade con
cert and hop was well attended this
week, n very pleasant party gathering
to ea joy the dancing as well as the eoo
eert music. A descriptive aad voeat
polka, called "Tb* Jolly Biaefcsmttii,'*
was rendered by the lull band, with a
quartet of male vetoes, anvil chorus
and imitations of birds, etc. Another
ptoee that received warm a p plause was
"Five Minutes With the Minstrels,'*
which introduced jig and clog dancing
and other minstrel attractions.
The Frances E. Willard lodge, L O.
G. T, of this past, extended Invitations
to a large number of people of tho past,
Caeur d'Alene City and Post Falls to
meet them at the Post Hall on Thafa
day evening, on the occasion of tho
fourth anniversary of the organization.
All three places were well represented,
and at H30 the ball was crowded with
as pleasant a party as has gathered here
this winter. la (Set, It was the meet
sociable party ef the season. It was a
jolly crowd bent on pleasure, and they
extracted the maximum of enjoyment
during the hours they were together.
Everyone, without exception, pro
nounced it the meat pleasant dance of
the season. Meadames Rollins, Davis,
Xevotti and Myriek assisted in receiv
ing the guests as they arrived. A fine
lunch was served tote to the evening,
which was partaken of with great relish
by alL The informality attending it
made it all the more pleasing to thoao
present. There were no tong spnrrhrs
or exhortations upon the evils of intem
perance. Mr. E. P. Metgrave, the
veteran member of the lodge, welcomed
the visitors in a neat and appropriate
speech, stating that the desire of the
lodge was that those invited would en
joy the evening. He was followed by
Major Manning, of Past Falls who an
nounced that be would cut his remarks
very short in order to allow the young
people to get to
The regimental strii^ band, whose
execution under Prof. Porter has be
come perfect, furnished delightful
music during the evening, and as usual
received an encore when the Knicker
bocker was played.
Xo small share of the evening's pleas
ure was due to Q. M. KergL Myriek and
Corporal Edson for complying with the
request of the managers to as
The thanks of all present are due to
Frances E. Willard lodge for an evening
of pleasurable enjoyment
Hereafter when men are discharged
the parchment discharge will only bo
furnished men who ore honorably dis
charged from the army. Those dis
honorably discharged will receive a
discharge printed ou yellow paper;
those discharged without honor one ou
wbite paper. Without honor applies to
such men as are discharged for fraudu
lent enlistment or discharged by sen
tence of court-martial which does not
involve dishonorable discharge.
Sergt. William T. Bailey, company H,
Fourth infantry, has rejoined his com
pany from recruiting duty at Kent tie.
Washington dispatches a few days
ago announced that Gen. Carlin waa
slated for the vacant brigadier-general
ship. Gen. Carlin's many friends are
hopeful that his name will soon be soot
to the senate—in fact, it seems strange
that there should be any hesitation ia
the matter, as his record for the past 44
years is superior to that or any officer
m the service to-day below the grade of
general officer, and equal to that of
most of the general officers. It is to be
hoped that tlie next issue of The Press
will announce his promotion to the
grade he held 31 years ago—that of
Paymaster Dodge has been ordered
to pay the troops of this post ter pay
due March 31.
Firet-SergL Samuel Prance, company
II. has been granted a furlough for four
months, to take effect upon re-enlist
Corporal Charles Heinxleman, com
pany F, was reduced to the grade of
private at his own request I*rivate
Edwin C. Berry, same company, luu
been appointed corporal.
The heavy wind of last Thursday car
ried off most of the snow and ice. It
will not be long now until we will get
out on the parade ground for guard
mounting. A general police of the poet
will follow to get it into proper shape
for the summer. Then will come the
llower gardens, green lawns and orna
mental miniature landscapes for which
the people of this post are famous, and
which renders the iiost so beautiful dur
ing the summer months.
Notice is hereby given that I have at
my ranch, five miles below Old Mission,
ou the Creur d'Alene river, one stray
gelding cream color.* hite stripe on fore
head, branded W on right stifle. The
owner can have said horse by calling
and paying charges.
W. H. FrRBrsH.
mar 25 St Old Mission, Idaho.
The more Chamberlain's Cough Item
edy Is used the better it Is liked. We
know of no other remedy that always
gives satisfaction. It is good when you
first catch cold. It is good when your
rough is seated and your lungs are sore.
is good iu any kind of a cough. We
liave sold 25 dozen of it and every bottle
has given satisfaction. Steadman A
Friedman, druggists, Minnesota Lake,
Miun. 5o cent bottles for ante by Miller