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Offloial Paper of Kootenai County.
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Providence iKfrmilttug, Cor the best interest* of
JU patron* aud 91011 * yetr. U ciunut U> I
bought, frighten*! or used as * hack; but will
Kivu ill penuui nul inrakunN U«lr Juit duel.
All ««r«li of Ihiuka nut! uther ttottoes of a |
private or a DiuIiub* nature will bo charged
for at the rate of 10 cent* per Una aat h Insertion
■JULY 7. I HIM.
JAMES A. BEAT,
C<IU'K D'AI.KNE. IDAHO.
ROBERT. E. Mi FAItl.ANU,
Attorney at Law,
r'lKUU If A I.KNt- . IDAHO:
tXKl'H It'ALK.NK IXlUiK NO 54 . I. O. O. P.
are cordially invited to attend
kla|>|tenbnrg, tb I tie yrun.l, T. F. Itoaeii,
vice grand; II. M. Ttiamke, secretary
■lay evening at 7 :30.
J. W. Wiggett, treasurer; T. O. Watsoni;
IL Melder, J. Oarno, relief committee,
Mktiuihint. Sunday school at to a. m.
Meeting ul r.pwortn i.<-agm-, 7.16 p
in. Preaehiug at * p. m. J. H. Feat,
! l'ur>H\ rKin i\ Sunday-school at H) a
in. Pleaching at It a. in. and h p. in.
Christian Endeavor society at 7 p. in.
T. G. Watson, pastor.
ATllol.H . itegular moss at II a tu.
Sunday school, 2 n. m. Y repent at h
p ill. Father Becker, pastor.
Notice of Contest.
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pOKIMUl SI IS' O'*. I i.to! loo* soil
C lKm H AI.KNK U a city of !,*in
|***|>uUiticHi, )x*aiitifully Aituatml cm
llir tkortlirrii »h**rr cif tl>c* famouii Our
41'Alenr Uko. 3J tiilim ran! of **|*»kanr
i bmtirt) line of U»e Northern !'artfir
l.iiiia of Bteanier* make nrgular
1ri|w from thin rity up the lake to the
head of navigation on tlie M.Joe and
Mir d'Alene nvrm, connecting at old
XiiMhin with the railr<»atl Una Into the
gold, silver Slid lead mines The city Is
••IIP of Hip mint noted summer rrsort*
in the northwest, and is liecoming more
|aq>ular each year. Its 1'islung. hunting
t>u.iting anil bathing attractions are al
Blast limitless The finest l'. S. mill
Isry (xct In the west (Fort Micrtiuun
•ml It* magnificent forest |>srk xvsu-rvn
tton adjoin the rlly on the west. The
country round nlxuit Is made up of rirh
Sgrleultuial lands ami extensive forests
of yellow pine, lir. eetlar ami tamarar.
and the rity is destined to la-come a
mauiiLirtiiriug renter for the product*
of tliese niaals The liuslm-ss men Bild
resident* are enterprising, and take
pride in iimklug the plare attractive
There are five church organization*
Baptist. Methodist. Presbyterian, Epis
Copnl smi Ponmn f'athulie. The *<irret
rdent are well repre*<.iil,*l by a l,*lge
•chof MasntM.Odd Fellows. KnlghUof
'ythln*. A. (i. F,(i. A. It., and Women'*
ellef t 'iirj>*. Tlie rity I* supplied with
■trio light*. giK*l water work*, nil
cganl public school building, sash and
di*>r fartory, two saw mills, two first
Class hotels, laiat building yard*, etc.
There are yet good opportunitlea to en
gage in lucrative business nod in diver
sified fanning. Manufactories are par
tlcnlarly ili5,irc,l. and are offered extra
indueements. The summers are tern
Iterate, with sufficient rainfall to insure
Hluuiilaiit props, while the winters are
free from extreme cold. No belter Io
e.itinn for profitable Inveslmenta or for
aenirlng ideal homes can l«e found lu
the northwest. There Is nhvavs n wcl
come here, among an excellent people,
In a beautiful region and an iticniupnr
Farm far 8»l*.
The small sum of 8fi») will pnrehnse
the improvements on Ifin acres of land
[near this city, improvements consist
of 2n fruit tin-s, one luilf acre of small
fruits, good lug barn, gmsl 5-r,sun house,
Well „f finn water, and 3-wlre fencing
rmmd the land. The Improvements
,st morn Mian thcaliovc amount. For
irtlculurs call at this office.
Dr. Price'* Cream Baking Powder
Wt-rU', r sir lllgkc.t McdslaaJ Diploma.
j Law Brief* and Pamphlet printing a
•peclaltjr at the Pukkh office.
W. It. McFarland staged It to Hpo
Our Chicago luter Ocem offer hold*
good until Auguat 1, take ml vantage
Teeth lilted or eitracted without pain
by the uae of local anu athetlca. Dr. J.
II. McPherson, dent let
P.8. Wisbard and wife, formerly res- 1
idenu of this city, were calling on old
friends last Saturday
down*toHpolume'ttM first of toe'week
and ..K-nt the 4th in that city.
I he steamer volunteer lost her prc
peiler wheel at llarrisou, Thursday and
was towed iuto till* port by the Koi
Miss Mamie Morris, after spending a i
year in Chicsgo completing her musical
education, returned home during the
d ' ** Morris' stage Hue between here 1
* l,d bpolrane lias the contract for carry
ing the mail until the "cruel war i,
; orer." j
Old or new subscribers paying ouc !
year in advance for Uie Pukhm will re- j
ceive the f lilcago InterOcean tor six
Mrs. Webb, of Pullman, Wash., re 1
I-*— the Frank Gibb.
cottage on Lakreide avenue and has
U P her residence here.
Joe (iarno is suffering from s severe
injury to his right hand, Uie result of ,
Belting it caught in the machinery of
tlie stcann-r St. Joseph, last Sunday. ]
The new building being erected by
It. II. Smith, on Uie site of the hunted
one, is ueanng completion and will he
ready for occupancy by the Iasi of next
Win. Asldev, county surveyor, is in
the city for the purpose of securing
dat * « the laud office to he used m the
publication of a iu&u of KootfJiui
Tlte t S. land ofliit* is now legated
Hi Hit? King building on Lake*ldt> avt?
O^gtUA lH*Xt MoIUIaIY
atirnd a set>Aion of the board nhich
uue, near the Brewery saloon. Theofl.
rent have, very neat, roomy and
roui for table qumrteni
iommuemuer ijuarle, and Judge
Mime were here yesterday and left for
UaUKtmm Ihu morning, the first named
During the munth of June Deceiver
•suihuni and lirgietcr Bussed did a
"land oltire" business, having recrived
71 homestead entries. It was the best
month in the history of the office.
'I lie Coeur d'Alene Mil! Co, is engng
ed In repairing tlie damage to the Sati
der block from the recent lire All
casings and gloss on the Fourth street
side of Uie building will be replaced,
ice cream, fruits, lemonade, and lui •
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crwim ulrrlj na\or«*(l at»<l fr««Trn give
him a rait
< ream delivered to families
by the pint, quart, or gallon
chat DiUemore. after taking a tlmr
ougli course In Uie '•jeikane iluMnoss
' olfegr was graduated Tail week and
re(umod home by Tuesdavs's stage.
He D a roilahle, tndustriousyoung man,
one nlio will succeed in this life.
We larheve < <rur d'Alene can claim
day by Uir »tcam<*r M Jc»m*)»!i mas well
p*lnmincl and much enjoyed. A large
numlier look advantage of the low rate
and opportunity ofTered to view the
fall* at that place
Win, Ferrell, of M
Fourth Hi town. He
heard in the land.
wstcr has been s blessing tu
»|*vi it has cleaned out the tnnsquit
and their tumoral voices arc no longer
*a)* (be high
F, II. Miller and wife, sfter upending
a couple of week* litre very pleasantly,
visiting friend* aud relative*, Yetunirel
to tlieir home near Colfax last Monday
Baker look home a nice big lot of trout
met tugger fish stories.
Homer King arrive,! direct from
British Columbia. Thursday and
lay* with hi* parent* at
Avondale, lie 1* Imiklng after the in
tere»t.» of hi* father In a gold mine,and.
judging from hi* npi<c.'iranre. it must
C. A. iVaters is ons of the most prac
,ll ' al and exjierience,l fruit growers in
l| iis necllon. lie haa under cultivation
agno. With him to live in the (jurtn's
an orchard of about twenty acrea in
'■Cerent kinds of fruit ami berries all
In fine growing condition, mid iu a few
find that the cause of the alarm was
yeais will have one of the lwst fruit
farms in north Idaho.
A false alarm of lire Tuesday morn
ing brought the fire department out iu
short order. The laiys were Very
prompt nml arrived on the scene of the
supposed fire iu about three minutes
after the alarm was soumled only to
find that the cause of the alarm was
the burning out of an old stump near
the residence of Mrs. Webb.
The receivers of the Northern Pari
fie are preparing to move trains under
protection of the l'. S. deputy marshals.
chief Deputy t'has. Sweeney left here
Tuesday morning fur the main Itnc
with thirty assistants, twenty oC them
going on two hand ears and ten bv
stage to Pathdruni from which plain.
they w ill la- distil but,si along the line
Prof. li. A. Possard, owner of a valu
able quarter section of laud In the
western part of this county, near Bock
ford, cams over last Tuesday to
«n a kfi*h"m«'tT»»l filing at the land uffi
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e has prepared a octure on the
use and abuse of alcohol and tobacco
which ho will deliver here al some fu
lure dale, for Hie benefit of the school
,,ta UMb4 « *het aad nthen lu Out ef
New* reached here on the Fourth of
July giving the particular* of a murder
a,ld ether lawless acU of a mob in the
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d'Alene* on Tuesday. John Knee
, hone, a blackemitb at the Gem mine,
wa * ,l,ot sn<1 ,l **tantly killed by a gang
of maakcd men while at work there.
1 ™ ,, * ua * r ' remsn wc ™"®'
1 **!"*. *"? \™* n "anted W
Subsequently Superintendent It. K.
Neill and Fireman W.Crummer, Frank
Higgins and a man named West were
marched up the canyon by 12 or l&
, masked men armed with rides Thau.
phoae wire. Jer. cut be'tweeo
and tiem and guards were placed above
and below the camp durtngthe outrage,
Kueebone was shot in the head three
or four times. The mounted men came
i openly down through the streeta of
Hem, and all of the citizens saw them
a "<l **w the shooting. On their way
down Deputy Sheriff Kennedy warued
1 l *'* m ,lot *° *°J ure any one. After the
Hie men marched up the canyon
Hi rough llurke, taking their prisoners
»Hh them and took Uie trails over the
W,U ' Th ^ r ' nU '" Uon u run their
P™°" m ,uto Montana. Some of the
, **"* of <iem *** the ) r kll °" who
m * f " are and who did the shooting.
They were poorly masked. They wore
tlieir every* daVel'otton,*" r'ti*
.............. ' There
gunny sacks over their faces.
were several other men they were after,
hut these had warning and escaped
when they saw the mob coming.
The shooting look place at 4 o'clock
They took Kneebone prisoner along
wHIt the others, and he started to run
* ,ld they shot him. There were 25 to
to 40 men in the crowd. Kueebone was
l, ie first prisoner they took, and they
gathered the others in afterward. All
the prisoners belonged to Uie (iem
mine, due of the men they took pria
°'* r »"l*Tint*mieut IL K. Neil,
1 <it,,en> were the tuiu« foreui*n,
M.M. Kummer, Frank Higgins, and
a man named West
Last night the mob wrerkedthevalu
^T^ tr,C of ' he
^7 the use of dyna
*" d * of t,-rrr ' r prevails
thDiughout the mining region. It is
learnt Umt more property will he des
troyed and lives sacnliced If prompt
mejumre* are not taken.
DrcwssS at Pstl Fsile.
News reaches us of a very sad acci
dent al i'ost Falls yesterday by which
W. B. Iliiiefiel and his sou lost their
lives They had driven tlieir team into
the river tor the pur|«»se of Idling bar
rels w iUi water. The team became un
manageable and overturned the wagon,
throwing Mr. lUneOel and Ids two sons
into the water. *1 lie father and young
est son, not being able to swim, soon
sank to the bottom and were carried
away by the rapid current. The eldest
ri.e river was drugged for the bodies
without surc«, l ive horses were alto
I row nod. Mr. Binetiel was an honored
member of Post Falls lodge Knights of
X*U«* U U* Tsbtic.
Notice is hereby given that C. ...
Armour is no longer employed in this
office and all persons are warned not to j
transact business with or pay money to :
by taking unto hinutrlf a life j*artnc*r in
^ Ie P l * rio n bf
Piii.ss extends congratulations.
We sre informed that certain parties
up the lake are killing fish by the use of
dynamite. Such a practice is unlawful
and if it is not discontinued w* under
stand that staph will be taken to prose
cute the guilty.
Deputy Mien IT Fruit was here Tliunr
day |K>8ting notices of sale in the nt
toclmient suit of the Colfax Mercantile
' v * T. K. Collier. The attachmeiit
r,,v »'ni ,2,iui feet of logs m a boom
a< ' r "« ,i the lake and the sale takes place
Next Tuesday evening at their hall
Odd Fellow* and Daughters o( lie
b ® kah w ill unite in a joint installation
oilicers for tbs term beginning July
I. The public installation ceremony
will !*• useil for tlie occasion. At tlie
conclusion of the installation mem
| f . . ,
"[ th ® "^cr. their families
UMll mvifssl (Vitncla m ill . _ 1..... *
and invited guests will partake of
luncheon and the remainder of the
evening will lie passed III social enjoy
After a year's successful business,
during which time he built up quite a
reputation a* an enterprising business
man aud good citizen. t\ II. Baker re
tinal from the management and owner
ship of tlie Kaesemeyer meat market,
Monday. He is succeded by T. G. Kae
semeyer, who was formerly owner of
the market and enjoys a well rstab
ll * hed _reputation ax a business
c, 'l' , ' d contract for supplying beef
man. The eliungp of ow nership is the
result of Mr. Kaesemeyer's having re
to the troo|>* at Fort Sherman the com
ing year, see his advertisement in this
F. Path nmlA.J. Johnson are two
nri Khboring ranchers who live on the
, d'Alene river near old Mission,
° f lu,< ' l| ieir friendly feelings towanls
each other have not been of tha most
and quiet nature. 'I lie other
day Path eonrludud to take a shot at
Ills neighbor aud after two trials, neith
er of which resulted seriously, he con
cluded that his aim was too poor and
quit. Officer Bechtel went tip the river
and arrested him on the charge of as
unit with the intent to commit murder
.».*.* nun ini: DIHIM ,",,111,1,1,4 ,110,5
. , , , . , ,
ami lu ought him to town. Just
Welsh examined into the ease Tuesday
am * discharged the prisoner. Johnson,
the principal witnisv, fail,d to appear.
TBI MEAT KAILWAY 1TKIXX.
Treat Other Totals.
The latest news from Uie principal
railroad centers regarding the condition
of affairs is of a aerious nature and
both sidaa seem determined.
California business is completely Ued
up and no trains are moving in that
state. At Sacritmento the excitement
is intense and the struggle between the
railroada aud strikers is desperate.
Troops were driven from the scene of
trouble and the strikers became more
hold. Strikers from other places are
arriving at Sacramento armed with
rides and shot guns.
At Trinidad, CoL, thirty-eight men,
half of them members of the A. K. U,
aud the remainder being sympathizers,
were arrested and taken to Denver.
Among them are President Melick,
Vice President Murtb, Chairman t'arig
and (Secretary Iulioff of the union, and
D. II. Belli us, a populist politician.
The men were arreated for disarming
the deputies last Sunday.
At Deuver active measures have been
inaugurated against the A. K. L\ strike
by the Deuver Jt Gulf system. The
most rigid steps warranted by law will
be taken, and an effort will he made to
immediately restore . attains to their
normal condition. As . a means of ac
complishing this, wholesale arrests will
he made. I nstrucUons were issued to
day directing Uie deputy sheriffs to ar
rest all violators of the law.
At Los Angeles six men compromis
ing the strike committee of tlie A. It.
U. were arrested by Uie deputy I'uited
States marshal. Bail was fixeJln etch !
case at 83,000.
A dispatch from Washington Wed
uesday, from the department of justice
to Uie I'uited Mates attorney at Chica
go ordered him to call together at once
the grand jury. It is surmised that Uie
attorney general intends to secure it-.
dictments for the arrest and punish
ment of Ik-bn and the other prominent i
strike leaders tor violations of tlie anU- ;
trust act of Tacoma, July, l«kl,commit-!
tod to the issuance of the omnibus in
junction by Judges Grosscup and
The Northern Pacific special train i
which left July 3, readied Spokane'
Thursday evening with Assistant Gen- :
eral manager Dickinson acting its con
ductor and Superintendent Gilbert at 1
tlie IhrolUe. The train is beid at Spo
Thursday evening at Spokane a big
riot was only avereted by the prompt
removal of deputy marshals from the
vicinity of tlie Northern Pacific depot
where a crowd of 300 strikers had pos
session of tlie grounds. Engines aud
cats were derailed and in the confusion
one man received a bullet wound in the
arm Tlie marshals were stoned and
the situation was very critical for a
I. Off«*i.tly st Cstur S Tk.
Day st Hsydn Lsk*
The people of Coeur d'Alene were de
I lending ujion the Irish American As
. „ .
wiciaUoii' of Spokane, to furnish most
of tlie amusements for tlie Fourth of
July celebration here and were much
I® 1l "PP°'"tod over the forced abandon
j U1< ' nt of ,xcur * ial * °» account of
: t iel " ui ' l would *' av ® been a
During the evening the Fourth infan
try orchestra gave a social dance at the
pavilion, which was w ell attended and
A few of our m<wt patriotic citizens
indulged tlie expensive luxury of fire
works during the evening. Most of tlie
business houses were tastily decorated
with stars ami stripe*, while the inn
and Thomson's business place were
brilliantly illuminated width Chinese
lanterns, and other decorations.
At Hayden laken the farmers of tlie
prairie and surrounding country cele
bratt.l, the program consisting of a
grand march at 10 a. m., tlie singing of
national airs, reading the declaration
of iiide|iendence, sja-aking and iustru
inriital music. tog»>ther with an old
fashioned basket dinner spread in the
shade of the stately pines and much en
joyed by all. After dinner there were
sack races, boat races and other athe
letio sports. Dancing w as also a feat
-'ire,, I'UIIVIIIK »V ,VO rtlfiU 41 IClU
«re of the celebration much enjoyed bv
* • •
the young people.
.Jlr,nU' U to> Ut , h) ' PPWlin8 ^
he pl^ure of UuMlsyw^ an attempt
by (,. \\ Galbraith to make a red-hot
populist sjieeeh; but he w as promptly
suppressed by the managers, much to
the credit of our populist friends, who
were instrumental iu arranging the
the celebration. The attendance at the
lake was very large and the celebration
quits a success.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contain* no Ammonia or Alum.
Ob the Half-Shell.
Owing to the strike we are compelled
to dish the Pukss up to our readers
this week only half size.
J. B. Morris has placed a daily stage
line on the rente between here aud
>|«oka»e. Mage leaves t'oenr d'Alene
every morning at 7 o'clock ; returning
leaves Spokane every afternoon at 3
o'clock. A general passenger and ex
press business transacted.
"Some time ago I was troubled w ith
an attack of rheumatism. I used t'ham
lierlain's Pain Balm ami was entirely
cured. Have since advised many of my
friends aud customers to try the rente
dy amt ull speak highly of it." Simon
Gotdbamn, San Luis Bey, Pal. For sale
at Miller's drugstore.
Dr. Price'! Cream*Baklng Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
Aa 0M Yuhiemed TnrU ef Jely CeU
The Fourth of July celebration at
this Post was the greatest event in its
history. From Iieveilie until 0 p.m.,
there was no lack of sports. The band
were at the flag staff at «a. m., and played'
natioai air* aa the folds of "Old dory"
was flung to the breeze. At 7 a. m, the
Urget competiton began between teams
,uedJe y »H*r the ceremony was cunclu
of four men from each company, and
was won by company F.
At 9 a. m., guard mounting was held,'
the band playing national airs, and a
ded. At 9 JO a parade waa formed
which proved a surprise. The General
Gariield Garrison, K. A. aud X. U. tur
ued out iu grotesque costumes, with a
band that was the feature of the day.
Mrs. Lease aud the elephant of the Ft.
Sherman minstrel compauy, were con
The parade formed in the following
orderFourth Infantry baud; Fort
Sherman aud Itockford base hall clubs;
Target teams ; tog of war teams • athe
ieUc contestants; burlesque hand and
followers of the 11. A. and X. U. The
latter end of the parade attracted great
attention and furnished much sport.
At 10 a. m, the contests began and
were completed as follows :
Target Firing, ffOO and &00 yards 812,
Company F, Koper, Hart, Alexander,
Heavy marching order race, 87, Kop
eso and Ilali.
Tug of w ar, 832, Company F,—Capt
str °t>l*. McCarthy, Kopeso, Poland,
Reynolds, Loomis, Gaddy, Carlson, Ver
Punning high jump, S3, Costello.
Egg and spoon race, S3, Seaton, Ew
Standing high jump, S3, Murtaugh.
One hundred yard dash, S7. Moran,
ne ' * ^tollo, Brown
Standing broad jump, 83, Ford.
Throwing base ball, 82, Costello.
Punning 439 yards, 81u, Moran, Dun
Three-legged race, 96, Meets and ] re
Punning broad jump, 23, Costello.
Throwing hammer. 82, Kopeso.
Putting shot, 82, Kopeso.
Huuniug hop step and jump, $3,
Mile walk, heel and toe, 810, Poland.
Three jumps. 83 Kurd.
Potato race. 810. Connor, Hastings.
Relay race. 89. Troop G, Wood, Dun
Horse race, 815, Ceogan, Armstrong.
Wheelbarrow race. 80, Weiser.
Climbing greasy pole,. prize of 810
°*) ered I*Y R- A. aud X. l'_ won by
At 3 p. m., the ball game was called
and Uie champions of the I'alouse low
< rad their colors to Fort Sherman for
the secoud time by a score of 12 to 7.
The game was as pretty an exhibition
of bail playing as one would wish to see
lthere Mug no dlslgreealj!f . feitures
that makes some games so unattrac
live. The Itockford's played a good
g*me but they are not iu it with the
Post nine ax now constituted. The
home club cannot plead being minus a
catcher after the game Peed put up
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behind the bat during this game,
Every man in the nine played ball, and
demonstrated Uie fact the Post club is
. ashingtou. The
' its powers
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Ilii by pitched ball—I'onovati. Ilttrn.,
IKiilblc pla;» Hum*. W Illiain- and ced.
t .nplnc Mr. Collin*.
Time ol rattie luo hour* and len minutes.
The Pockfoni's are hard losers but
talent against them was too nmcli for
A lar fr® excursion from Bockloni and
lskp inte M Wfll as the , e #f .
0rur d - Alene> elljovcd , g.Ll day's
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Had the Irish American excursion
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I K1 ' llt there would have been a still
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