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CfEUR D'ALENE PRESS
Official Paper of Kootenai County.
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ATUBDAY..........MAUCII 2, 1895.
Jauxa A. IIahvixii, (iau
latiN, No. 49, 11. A. A N. I'., 11 8. A.—
Ifcia iu Hander'* hall, Uu.-ur d'Alene,
• lalio, every alternate Monday, at 7
'clock p. ut. Commander, A.Urieeel,
djulaut. Henry Van Eltau ; (juurler
taeter, John llirltey, Visiting com
fadee alvraya welcome.
Next r> gularmueting March II, 1895.
'oil'll k ai.enk LOOQS no at. l o o. V.
-Meets every Tuca
day evening at 7 30.
Visiting m e m her a
e cordially invited to attend. II. M.
hamke, nohlc grand; Joae|di (iarno,
[give grand; A. Ducommun, aecrelary;
W. Wiggett, treaattrer; T. ti. Walaon,
I. Melder. J. Ciartio. relief cotniiiitlee.
Kootkmai laiiMig No. 7, Kxtoura or
J'lyillae.—Meets in Fraternity llall
huralay evening ul each week.
Vi.iting hrolher.are alaaya welcome
Ueorge Connor, C. I'., I*. Joy,
* of It. A 8,
Mr > tioiiiv'i. Sunday-school at loam.
Junior Kpworth Umm, U 9 p txt;
K|iwurth l.iague, 8:30 and preaching
" Ai p. tti i'rayrr meeting, Thursday
evenings at 7 Ai p. in. ti. U. Muller,
Pitnxiiv t r:iti vs Sunday school at I"a.
m 1'n-achiug at II a. m aud 8 p. tit.
< hruttan l iideavor society at 7 p. m.
T. ti Watson, pastor.
J\civ< iit-.vi. Sunday school, lu a. ut
Morutng prayer and sermon. II a m ,
• veiling prayer aud seruiott, 7TZip m
Wedueeuay, lltanv at 7 Ju p in .choir
prat-lire, h p in. ltev J t sbotlowr.
• ' mun i. itegnlar mass at II a m
Sunday arhuul, 2 p. m V repent al 8
p tu. l ather |lecher, pastor.
J \MKrt A. KK vr.
• » i a t, ai rvr it,Alto
Ittil l ltr. K. M FA 1;I INI),
Attorney at Law.
■ lint At i m mol,
J. C. SCOTT,
R. R MANN.
GENERAL • BLACKSMITH,
Foanti SL. Beit to V. W. Sutler l Co.'s
Store. Cast d Aleoe. Idilio.
N* n W ork and u.3 NV^lly and
IV. . ~ ^ V W. v.s I s t «.
•ii« * » • 11 • 'iti (t»' *'*« i «*r*' »
ljt»l:f4 I':* J* K
C <i:i It D ALENF. l« a <ity of !.<»»•
txipiitation, Ix-nutl fully situatnl on
the northern shore of the famous f'o-itr
d'Alene lake. 33 tubes east of 8|eikani
on a branch line of the Northern Pacific
It It Linns of steamers make regular
triiw* from this city up the lake to the
brail of navigation on the m. Joe and
C.rur d'Alene rivers, connecting at it'd
Mission with the railroad line Into the
gold, silver and lead mines. The city Is
ene of tiie most not,s| siininn r resorts
in the northwest, and is becoming more
popular each year. Its fishing, hunting
boating and bathing attractions areal
most IlinlUesa. The finest I'. 8 mill
iary |«>st in the west (Fort Micrmam
nml its magnificent forest paik resetva
lion adjoin (he rlly on the west. The
eountry round about Is made up of rich
agricultural lands and extensive forests
of yrjhov pine, fir, cedar nml tntnarac.
and Hie city is deal In id to Ix-come a
luaniifacturing center for the products
of these woods. The business men and
residents me enterprising, and lake
pride In making the place attractive.
There are five church orgatilraliims
lluptist, Methodist, Presbyterian. F.pls
copal nml liomati Catholic. The secret
orders are well represotdiil by a bxlge
each of Masons,Oilil Fellow s. KnighUof
Pythias, A.o. F..IS. A. It., nml Women's
itidief Corps. The elty Is supplinl with
electric lights, gixHl waterworks, an
elegant public school building, sash nml
rhxir factory, two saw mills, two first
class hotels, bout building ynrds, etc.
There are yet good opportunities to cn
gage in lucrative business and in diver
siliisl farming. Manufactories nro par
ticularly desired, and are offered extra
Inducements. The summers nrc tern
pernte, with sufficient rainfall to insure
abundant crops, while the winters an 1
free from extreme eohl. No better lo
cation for profitable Investments or for
securing Ideal homes can lie found In
the northwest. There Is always a wel
come hero, among an excellent people,
in n beautiful region aud an lurompar
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
\Voi!d'»r»h Highest M«4sI sod Dlplnou.
BOAUD or 00MMIMI0I1U
Official Proceeding. of tbe January Kaet
Official bund of K. II. Andrewa an
keeper of the county hospital aud poor
houoe waa on motion approved.
In the matter of the hearing of report
of viewers on t'lhright road.
Hcport of vlewera and plat uf survey
of the 1'(bright road being on file and
it apiieariiig therefrom that ull the laud
ow tiers do nut consent to the location
of said road. Now therefore it is here
by ordered timt a hearing be had on
Tuesday, April the 18, 1895 at 10o'clock
a. m. of said day at which time the
board will hear evidence and proof
from all parties Interested for and
against said pru|iosed road and will as
certain and by order declare the amouut
of damages awarded to each non con
geutiug land owner and declare the re
port uf the viewers to be approved or
r .irr " t r " -* i
court house in Itathdrum, Idaho.
Ou rnotluu tbe foliuw matter was re
jected, to-nr it:
Official Uditl tti Alfred Johnson for Informality.
Cuumiutiicaliou fioin Win \ slur.
Kill ul liiwldler no eertifWale.
** lfenr > loeru) |2 Si. tvu tetUllt'klr.
- II IkildMlU "
** T. K Murphy ** *♦
** Ii. IUillUK-f ** * **
•• li«U. IfoUoii •* "
i oruumnn-Atioti fioUi IW halls ho laid o>**r
On in ol lull boa ul iuljournt-d until tu
uiorrow, \\ cdjieaday Jan. 3u, at 10
o'clock a. m.
WKl»Nr>I>\Y, JAN. ISOu. <
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
al 10 o'clock a. m. ITewcnt, same as be
fore. Itecord of yesterday's proceed
lugs were read and approved.
On motion the following matter was
i rejected to wit:
um.UI bin,.! of t»eo I. tor tuforuialily.
Dili ot t t lsltei V. not sworn tu.
; u It J Horbwa-k »*, not sworn lu
l onitsum*atloli tiors firmest 1butu)iMli was
On motion the following hills were
allowed and the auditor is hereby aulh
ortzed to draw warrants in payment of
- " 1» tu
I lUrtr (td )ki) . &
A k<«t *rf 3i twuiiwi fuff isudki<1 ffil
Jaiituti» ** ... Itio UP
On motion boa id adjourned sine die
t» F. W AUItBM,
Idaho Sugar Docts.
The following t» an abstract from a
ri-|«,rt oti sugar tx-cts made by the Ida
ho Agricultural Experiment Station.
A complete rejx.rt of the work is iu
preparation and w ill lx- mailed to ail
applicants when tasmd.
The station desire* Hie Co o[x-raUon
of one or more farmers at each |*,sl of
lice iu the state.
A g'*!d medal will be given to tbe
person pr<xiucl!tg the tx-st tx-ets In 1 vC
I hose tutereated should write for in
formatton, blsiiks. etc , at once.
Manufactoicrs of tx-el sugar in the
l titled dates reunite that tin- ta-ets
contain not less than 12 tx-r cent of
»ugai and a coefficient <d purity o'
not levs than w degrees.
The pure jx-r ton u regulated by tbe
iu this state one hundred and ninety
two analyses give an average of 13 7
|>r, rent of sugar Slid a purity of 76ns
degress T his Includes ail samples re
ccivrd, I c.. gtxxl. bad and IndifTeteut
beets l'ix,r vartetli-s. very large beets,
immature and frozen sjxcimeiis have
reduced an otherwise much
Ftfly fire samples of YUmorin's lm
proved give an average of II 77 per ct
of sugar and a purity of 77,55 degrees
Forty-four samples of Klein Wanzie
tx-ner give an average of 14 16 |x-r cent,
of sugar arid a purity of S2*»t
i bitty samples of Mette give an aver
age of 15.38 je-r ce nt, of sugar aud a
purity of xgtv
Fourteen sample* of Yllmortn's lm
|*ual give an average of It I |x-r cent.
»f sugar and a purity of 85 42.
Ten samples of French lied Top g;ve
an average of 13 67> |x-r cent, of sugar
and a purity of 82 7>r.
Ten samples of Lane's give an aver
age of 13.83 per cent, and a purity of
I nivemtty, Moscow,
samples (ail varieties! gtv
of sugar and 8553 degn-c* of purity
1161 per ct
f. Seven samples of
I r give 15.7 per rent,
Five samples of Yllmorln's Improved
give 15.6 |« r ront. of sugar and 87
degree* of purity
of sugar and W.Tl degree* of purity.
Nine samples of Mette give 16 44 |x r
cent, of sugar nml 89.76 degrees of pur
Ity. Nine samples of Lane's give 13
|x-r cent, of sugar and 82 79 degrees of
purity. Nine sample* of li«-d Top give
13 44 per rent, of *ugar and hi 63 di
grre* of purity, heven samples of New
Danish give 13 31 per eeut. of sugar and
81,25 ih-grei'S of purity. The highest
and lowest percentages of sugar In each
variety, arc as follows;
\ llninrln'n ................... Iff 60
Klrllt \\ .m/h lrt lirr .... 1» HO
NfltftB .......tt #
----- ,.h.« 20
llllwii ........... ■ ... 11 A* I'*
Moscow. Seventeen samples of Vll
moriti give 12.7 |«t cent, ot sugar and
79.11 degrees of purity. Fifteen snm
phs of Klein Wanzlelxmcr give 15 per
cent, of sugar and 84. I degrees of pur
sugar nml 84. I degrees of pur
ity. Thirteen samples of Mette give
16 per rent, of sugar and 85.14 degreiw
of purity. One sample of Danish gives
16.3.1 p»>r cent, of sugar and 85.W. de
green of purity.
Average: Forty-six snmples give
15 per cent, of sugar aud 83 38 degrees
llllthe.t. I ,m>l
VllmiH-tn .......................l.i so * so
Yilmoriu give I
. ,i«n no
....... n* is to
Eleven samples of
|H'r cent, of sugar
and 80.50 degrees of purity. Twelve
samples of Klein Wauzlebener give 12.0
per cent, of sugar aud 78,87 degrees
of purity. Kcveu samples of.Mette give
14.4 per cent, of sugar and 83.70 degrees
' tlMiorlu ................. lo ou jo ou
Klein Wsii/lt-iH-iM'r............. ,ij# 10 10 oo
............................. U Hi 10 00
Averages; Thirty samples give 13.26
per cent, of sugar aud 84.29 degrees of
Kendrick.—Nine samples of Vllmor
in give 10.66 per cent, of sugar aud 78.34
degrees of purity. Four samples of
Klein Wauzlebener give 13.55 per cent,
of sugar and 78.14 degrees of purity.
Orangeville, (Sub Station No. 1).—
One sample of lied Top gives 18.1 per
cent, of sugar aud 92.60 degrees of pur
ity. Oue sample of imperial gives 17
|>er cent, of sugar and 77.50 degrees of
purity. One sample of Klein Wanzle
bener gives 17.4 per cent, of sugar aud
90.10 degrees of purity. One sample of
i insi-iX ° r "*
Idaho Falls, (huh Station No. 2k—
One sample of Imperial gives 16.9 per
cent, of sugar and 90.88 degree* of pur
ity. One sample of Lane's gives 16.3
per cent, of sugar and 93710 degrees of
purity. Oue sample of Klein Wai.zle
bener gives 18 per cent, of sugar and
88 40 degrees of purity. One sample of
Hed Top gives 16.6 per cent, of sugar
and 89.72 degrees of purity.
Averages: Four samples give 15.9
j*-r cent uf sugar and tiuXT degrees of
< /C..I, C».u v •
.Nampa, (Sub station \o. 3j.—Two
samples of Lane's give 13.3 per cent, of
sugar and 827,9 degrees of purity,
Not*; A better variety of beet
would have given a much higher pet
rentage uf sugar.
Leuville. One sample of Yilmoriu
gives I3J» |x r cent, of sugar and 77.52
degrees of purity. One sample of Klein
Wauzlebener gives 113 per cent, of sug
ar and 79.71 degrees of purity.
I'rinretou. Two samples of Klein
\\ anzlebener give 153 |*er cent, of sug
H i and 82 42 degrees ot purity
hand 1'oint Five samples of Vilmor
iu gives 782 per eeut. of sugar and 69.66
d. gt. «s of purity, tine sample of Klein
\v anzlebener gives 12 4 Jk-i cent, of sug
ar atid 70 degn-w-s of |iuritr
Cornwall. One sample of Yilmoriu
gives 1) 4<j per cent, of sugar aud 85.10
ot purity, t (tie sample of Klein Watizle
Ix-tter gives 14.7 (x-r cent, of sugar aud
84 10 degrees of purity. One sample of
Mette gives 16 :i> |x-r cent, of sugar and
85.10 degrees of purity.
fieDetee. Two samples of Vtimorin
give 118 per eeut. of sugar aud 77.08
degrees of purity
J'he yield px*r acre
out the state
tom. as au average thraugl?
said to Ik- quite the reverse of tortoise j
like Indeed, has become so rapid that
an important question at the present
time is. "How Long (an ibis Pace
Jins question is answered by •
Haw Vast Do You U>oV
The pace at which Americans live is
. , , ,
known authorities as Edwin ^
■ JuuUl. Charles liana (ill,Son. Judge J.
F Daly. William Wetmore Story, l'ruf.
Edwin check ley, and Iir. Mary Walker,
in Iietnorrst* Magazine for March, and
everyone should read what they say.
A decidedly "sweet" article. Sugar Time
Among the Maples," will appeal to all
lovers of the delectable amber syrup,
twin with the buckwheat cake.' the :
Illustrations with Hits are especially >
fine, and also those w ith a humorous I
ar t| 0 | P • some Color Sketches," winch j
treat* of negro tvixs indigenous to our 1
Southern htaUw. "l!ow To l'Uy (| lr j
Plano Without a Teacher" Is anothi r ]
of those helpful articles conveying iu j
■traction, for which Dcmomrt's is
noted. The story matter is bright and !
timely. Every department is full to
overflowing with g,«xl tilings, in fact.
this t* a typical number of the ideal
family magazine published by W. Jen
nings liemorest, at 15 East 14th st.. for
only 82 a year.
AdvtrtWlna I'm »
We are pleased to call the atteuUon of
our readers to the MacDougall A South 1
wick (Vs advertisement In this Issue
of I he Pit I -K. This is one of the largest ;
dry goods firms in Seattle and they car
tied an advertisement in this paper lx
fun 1 , the contract for which expired
three wix ks ago. and the fart that tliev
another three month*, with
creased space, and that they also carry '
an advertisement for the Seattle Soaii!
have renewed the advertisement for
Co, In which they are largely interested.
shows that advertising pays, (lur n,, ; I
chants who do not believe in advertis j
ing might take a pointer from this firm.
t ides* they let the people know that I
they have goods for sale a gTeat deal |
of their trade is liable to go to the 1
Seattle house. M ake up gentlemen, if
you wish to tie in the procession.
Last Wednesday being the fifteenth
anniversary of the manage of Mr. and
Mr*. (J. (V. Bechtel, the event was eel*
hratixl by a social gathering at their
home on Oo-ur d'Alene avenue during
the evening. Mrs. Bechtel had plaiud
the party a* a surprise to her husband
and made a success of it. he having no
.mII. el # la i -.1
n,imf4li "" of wlult was going on until
Ilf* rfvt lirtlftil Iwiltvn nlwilll oiol.t .v'ol.kolr
lie returneil home about eight o'clock
to find the house filled with friends and
neighbors. Thirty six accepted the in
"i:*""'";- ,....... «*yp>e>. me m
vi ' al,, "' bi be present and assist lntbe
celebration. It was a most pleasant
gathering and the evening passed rap
,dl >; ' viU * P«lor music and other
*°f UI Mr. aud Mrs. Booh
tel were the recipients of many fine
presents. At tiie proper lime the
guesia were treated to an excellent
m/ To "
| ,c leo11 '
Houghton, proprietor of that
beautiful summer resort known ns
l.nkeview, came up from Spokane last
Saturday and lias lilted the steamer
Edna up in good shape lor the coming
season's business. She made her first
( trip io Lnkevicw Thursday.
BBIZrS A MD H M0IAU,
Dr. McFberson, dentist, Cceur d'Alene.
Mrs. J. II. McPherson visited Hpo
Sam. Illack, tbe merclumt tailor, spent
the week at Hope.
V. W. Sander made a business trip to
Miss Dot Porter came up from Spo
kane to atted the Uechtel party.
The lumber is being delivered on tbe
ground for Fred. ShalllV new cottage.
Will Merriatn left for Fort Spokane
Monday to spend a few weeks with
The Fourth Infantry is likely to re
main at Fort Sherman for another
The robins have put in an appear
ance - a good indication that spring lias
come to stay.
A very large audience assembled at
the post hall last Tuesday evening
to listen to tbe concert by the Fourth
You should take advantage of our
Chicago inter Ocean offer without de
lay. It Is tbe greatest offer ever made
by a weekly newspaper.
Edward Stanley is dangerously sick
at bis home near here. He is suffering
from blood poisoning and it is thought
that he cannot recover.
(jen. Janies A. (iarlield Harrison, K.
A. aud N. Ui of Fort Sherman, is mak
preparations for a grand bail about the
18th. It will be a very pleasant affair.
P. Joy purchased the Warner build
ing which stood at the north end ot
Fourth street and has moved it to Era
ham's ndditiou where it will he con
verted into a neat and comfortable res
Work ou the hull of Capt. Lyons'
new boat is completed and the builders.
Sorenson and Johnson, expect to have
her ready for launching by the first of
April. When finished she will t>e a
very neat and convenient boat.
I). Phifer will reopen his restaurant
next Monday morning. He will k.ep
OUM1 dav and Ililrtlt >nd , n ,. ils M ,
open day aud night and serve meals at
all hours. Patrous will be served w ith
tiie finest grade of Java and Mocha
coffee. Fresh bread every day.
The repairs to the steamer Ueorgie
Oakes are completed and the boat is in
good condition for tbe season's business.
Sbe will commence making regular
trips to Old Mission as soon as tbe ice
is out of the south end of the lake.
ltlack, the merchant tailor, has re
ceived a new aud complete line of sani
pies aud is prepared to make suits to
at free trade pricea. A fit guar
an teed in every case. (Jive him a call
if you are in need of a suit of clothing
Tiie Itathdrum creamery is assured
The iucorjxiration of tiie company lias
j been completed and tbe stockholders
number 14 leading citizens. The com
imttee appointed to select a site for the
building is at work looking at the var
• jous locations offered. It is intended
^ to begin work on the building as soon
as the commiltc has finished its work
The ice lias about disappeared from
: this end of the lake, but al Harrison it
: al East Point aud was compelled tore
j The Woman's Belief Corps will pic
1 a basket social ut O. K. l.all next
j Wednesday evening, the proceeds to be ,
] devot.-d to the relief of a suffering fum
j Karh la<1 .v is expected to prepare a
lunch for two to be sold during tic
! -* s the cause is one of charity >
j is still from four to six inches thick and
it will lx- several days before navigation j
| opens. 'I he steamer Sherman made an
j attempt to reach Harrison Thursday,
I but encountered ice four inches thick j
J the attendence should be large. Ut j
• very one turn out and contribute their
s i d ,, „f x, i««i
; j m j| ,| llg
A. M. Mceklem. of Colfax. W ash.. ;s 1
here for the purpose of organizing a !
camp of W oodmen of the World. Tl.is |
is a new order, i.aving U-en organiz,d !
and now lias a member
Mr. Mceklem is state
organizer for Idaho and Washington
and will hold a meeting at Methodist
ning for the purpose of es
tablishing a camp.
The concert given by Prof. Webb's
class at the Presbyterian church last
evening was not so largely attended as
its merit deserved. An excellent pro
' Er; "" of vo< ' aI music was rendered in a
"lanner that won the hearty applause
,,f ,,1C "'"iience. Tne solos by Mrs
I " < ' bb " < ' r< ' V<M T F"<*l as were also the
j 'bi' ts and quartets by others. The class
U' 1 '' v "' d careful training and the and
I i, ' nw opr,alnl >' appi'eciated the euier
| Uinmrnt ' ,,rof " >bb and wife lrft
1 n '" r,,1 " E for 1 ' ullma "- " ash., where he
" 'h organize a class,
In the fall of IS93 a soil of Mr. T. A.
McFarland, a prominent merchant of
Live Oak. Sutter Co., Cal, was taken
with a very heavy cold. The pains in
his chest were so severe that he had
spasms and was threatened with pneu
monia. His father gave him several
large dose* of Chamberlain's Cough
iiemedy which broke up the cough aud
cured him. Mr. McFarland savs when
j ever his children have croup he in var I
! . . .. ... . ...... .
j ,.|.iy givi-s them Chamiierlain's Cough
itmicdy and it always cures them. He
| considers it the host cough remedy in
; lho market. For sale by A. L. Miller,
The regular quarterly teachers' ex
amination for Kootenai commenced at
Kathdrum last Tuesday. Eighteen ap
plicants for certificates put in an ap
The examination was conducted by
Superintendent Henry Melder. assisted
by Mr. Thomas Hydom.of itathdrum.
and .1. C. Brady, of Post Falls. The ex
amination of candidates was concluded
Wednesday after which the grading of
the papers was proceeded with, which
consumed the greater part of the week
Highest Honors—World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THS STANDARD.
Hew Telephone Syetem.
As soon as tiie weather will permit
the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone
Co. expect* to begin the erection of its
new telephone line between the mine*
aud Spokane. The Cceur d'Alene Min
er says that all subscribers will get long
distance telephones at tbe same price
they are now paying. Double wires
will also be strung to every 'phone.
Tliis will obviate all induction, cross
talk and noise from ground currents, so
that any business man iu Wallace will
be able tu sit iu bis office and bear a
wliisi»er in Spokane. The wire to be
used between here and Spokane will he
No. 10 copper. Tbe wire alone costs
825 per mile single, or £50 per mile
double, as it will be used. Tbe cost of
the wire alone will be over 84V<JO. Mr.
Mitchell estimates that tbe total cost
of improvements contemplated will not
tail short of 825,000. This betterment ;
of the tbe service will be greatly appre
ciated by tbe patrous of the system.
Bow to Cure Rheumatism.
Aiiaco, Coos Co., Obkoon, Nov. 10,
1893. -I wish to inform you of the great
good Chamberlain's Fain Balm lias
doue my wife. She baa been troubled
with rheumatism of tiie arms and bands
for six months, and has tried many
remedies prescribed for that complaint,
but found no relief until she used this
l'ain Balm; oue bottle of which lias
completely cured her. I take pleasure
in recommending it for that trouble.
Yours truly, C. A. Bullord. 50 cent
aud 81 bottles for sale by A. L. Miller,
There will be a social given at tbe
Methodist hall, next Friday evening.
The program will consist of music,
singing and recitations. A pleasant
time is guaranteed to all.
ORDINANCE K0 57.
Entitled an ordinance prohibiting the
unauthorized use of and for the pro
tection of property belonging to tbe
fire department of the village of
Be it ordained by tiie chairman and
hoard of trustees of the village of
section 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person to remove from tbe build
ings or premises used by the fire de
partment of said village, any ladder.
,. , ,
to said department, or in any manner
, *rpiratus unserviceable, belonging to
. „ „ . , , .
to wilfully nng a false alarm of
> ,lr< ' u P° n ,,ie fire U ' 11 belonging to said
ax or other ] roperty belonging to said
j department, unless by the order of the j
chief officer of said department, or of
some officer or fireman w hile on duty.
j Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any
person to wilfully injure any hose, hose
j cart, pipe or other apparatus belonged
; to said department, or in any manner
1 render said hose, hose cart, ax or other
! apparatus uuseri
] said department.
Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for any
Sec. 4. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall
be deemed guilty of misdemenor and
1 llIX)!1 f( nV ;ction thereof be fined in anv
! „ ot ex;wdlag one hundred doilare
| anJ cfwU of Slllt and in dl . fault of pav .
! m ,. nt wf ^,,1 fine 8han Up conPned in
jail not to exceed fifty days at hard la
(, or upun n, e streets and alleys of said
Dated February 6, 1895.
S. W. Foster. Chairman.
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