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UR D'ALENE PRESS
Piptr of Kootenai Gouty.
of tbanti and otbtr BMiuw of «
or t biulBoM naturn will lw th«i«l
■ ran of 10 muU iwr Una auk laaarfloa.
*UAY..........ARKfL U. UW.
»a*i J amis A. Uarnbld Gab
No. 4U, K. A. A N. U„ U. F. A.—
in Hanilrr'a hall, to-ur il'Alone,
•vary aliernata Monday. at 8
k |>. m. t'uiuiiiBiider, Henry Van
; Adjutant. 8. J. Clark ; Quarter
. Ttiua. Norris. Visiting cum
> D'AI-RNE LulUjK NO H. 1. O. O. F.
— M«et* Ft ary Tu«*a
■lay evening al 7:30.
Viaitiug in am her •
cordially invited to attend. Joseph
arno. ncbtegrsmt; K. K. Thnuipaou.
rand; U. C. Tliomaun, aecrelary;
"•■At lxix.s No. 7, Kkiuuts or
ia».— Mr*l« in Fraternity llall
day evening ol earh arcak.
ing brothera are alwava welcoina.
Kn.iih, V. V., F. A. Khalits, K.
MYTtcnuv Sunday aclioul 10 r.
Morning service at II o'clock,
ring service at 7 3) Widuraday
: tllf prayer inerting at 7-.Si.
G. L. lU rri Nii.ti oii.
odist Sunday school at to,
at 11 a. Ui.; pleaching al 7.3) p
i Sunday. Flayer inerting,'! hum
evening* al 7 Jo p. in. (j. U.
iifal. sumlay school, 8 45 a. in
nlng prayer and sermon, 11 a. in ;
iing player and aerinon, 8 p in
Ddnemluy, litany at 7.3U p in., and
'day at 4 p. in., choir practice, b p.
■ a veiling prayer and acruion every
day In Fort Chapel at S f. in.
J C. sk otto we in charge.
toi.it. Itegular niana at It am
day achoui, 2 a, tn. Vespers al 8
in. Father ltecker, pantor
Attorney at Law,
ciEl u t> At rxe. lliAllo
F8 A. KKAT.
ngt a i. ai gse in a no
KUT. K. Mr FA ItI.AM*,
Attorney al Law,
c.rra t< Aijrsr uuito
Call f»r t«uni> Warrant!.
' lice la hereby given that I am
"rot to ju»y the following dearrtbrd
eiial county warTBiita Willi Interest.
l reaaea ten days from the (ml
ration of this notice.
warranta Issued In lnr liaral year
prior to Octoiier Slat and numbers
to 7**1. both numbers Inclusive,
I October 31, l«6.
CVKIUCKT r.M r.snl; M ini.
It warrants Isnuwl tn Uie flacal year
.prior to November 1st and iiuui
7M to Hln, both II u in tiers Inclusive.
Novrmlirr I, IvjC,
fiscal year t>rgins on tha second
ay In January.
tot Frank o Hill,
, Treasurer, Kootenai County, Idaho.
It'll D'ALF.NK Is a city of l,ftfl
population, treauttfully situated on
northern shore of the famous C«rur
lene lake, 33 unUs east of S|mkanc
■ branch line of the Northern Fsclflc
R. 1.1 nea of steamers make regular
i from this city up the lake to Uic
1 of navigation on the St. Joe and
ur d'Alene rivers, connecting at (lid
"ton with the railroad Hue Into the
d. silver and lead mine*. The city Is
of the most noted summer resorts
Uic northwest, and la becoming more
ular each year. It* Hilling, bunting,
ting and l>athing attractions are al
?t limitless. The (Incut l\ S. mill
poet In the west (Fort Mrertnant
Its magniflrrtd forest park reserva
n adjoin tha elty on the weat. The
ntry r>unid about u made up of rich
cultural land* and extensive forests
yellow pine, dr, cedar and tatnarac.
the elty Is destined to become a
iifnctiiring center for Uia products
these wuods. The business men and
dents are enterprising, and take
de In making the place attractive,
ere are lire church organisations
ptlst, Methodist, Frcsbyterlan, Epta
pal and Itoman Catholic. The secret
'era arc well represented by a lodge
"hof Mason*. Odd Kdlows, Knights of
thlas, A. O. F..(1. A. It., and Women's
lief Corps. The city is supplied with
"trie lights, good water works, an
"gant public school building, sash anil
_ r factory, two saw mills, two first
hotels, bnatJiulldtiig yards, etc.
ere are yet good opportunities to rn
ge in lucrative business and In diver
7ml farming. Manufactories are par
ularly desired, and are offered extra
ducetnenta. The summers are tern
"rate, with sufficient rainfall to insure
undant crop*, while the winters are
from extreme cold. No better lo
tion for profitable Investment* or for
•curing Ideal homes can ha found In
'• northwest. There Is always a wel
onte here, among an excellent people,
n a beautiful region and an incompar
WET XUM1IX WAS TO UID DOWS.
Task Oscasiss t* Kurils* tk* Sight tf aa
A is s rl ssa Cltlssa,
The following is a copy of a letter
received by James Kussell, of this city,
from Governor McConnell in reply to a
request for liia appointment as notary
Douk City, Idaho, Dec. 8,1884.
Mr. James K. Itusssll, Creur d'Alsne
City, Idaho,-Dear sir: I have your
request of the 3U Inst. I And that bare
to-fore, sufficient car* has not been
given In making the appointment* of
uolari** throughout th« sUte. I have
resolved to exercise my discretion in
tb* future, and I have also determined
to coniine tny appointment* to tiioas
who hav* been my political friend*. I
learn incidentally that you took occa
sloil to KXKIU-IKK THE IflUIIT OK AN
AMKRHAN IITI/EN to do what you
could to defeat ui* in the last election.
If thl* be true, 1 should certainly heel
late to appoint you *ven to the position
of notary over others who have been
my friends. Very sincerely,
W. J. McConnell,
Never before hav* w* known of a
Governor resorting to such petty polltl
•al methods to puuisli a person *up|>uaed
to have voted against him. Nueli a
letter a* the above might be expected
from a ward politician in tb* slum di*
tricu of New York, but not from th*
Governor of a great state. It Is small,
very small, politics for a man holding
that honorable position to resort to;but
It illustrates the character of our Gov
ernor, who has a mama for letter
writing aud seeing hu name In public
print In the case of Mr. Hussell. we
know hiui to be a loyal Hepubhcan and
It is a fact that lie "took occasion to ex
erclse the right of ail American citizen"
and supported MrCouuell In the last
election. The Governor made a ml*,
lake when he jumped onto Mr. Hussell
with both feet and prostituted the high
office to which the people elected him
by using his official position iu such
•mall matters a* the appointment of
iiotant* for the purpose of punishing
supposed political opjoneut*
■sp«rt of lb* Oraa* Jury.
We. the grsnd jury of said county
and stale of the March terra. A. I». 1886,
of said court, respectfully submit the
We hare been In session as grand
jurors for the |>er1od of four days
I luring said lime there has come before
us for our consideration twenty four
case* of alleged crtuuual misconduct,
which have each received our caieful
and deliberate attention. We have
found one indictment, and rejected the
dhert on account of Insufficient proof.
In our deliberations upon said rase*, we
have eiamtned in ail seventeen wit
We have examined iuto the nurner
ou* charge* of misconduct madeagalust
the resjective county officers of Koot
enai I entity, which appeared to a certain
article over the name of one Tho*. E.
Anderson, published in th* spokesman
ttsvirw of the issue of February 27th.
1886. and find l list many of the alleged
faet* and figure* therein contained are
not supporteh by th* record* of the
county, and u|»oti a careful Ititesliga
Hon of Uiesa charge* find that the said
county officers thereby attacked have
acted within their power and dull**
under the law. And further, flits
grand Jury fully exonerate* said officer*
from any and all charges of misconduct
illegal action contained in said
We visited and Inspected the offices
and records of the various county effl
rials Slid found the buatnnui of the
county entrusted to said officers to
have received their careful and watch
ful attention and that they have l>e*n
diligent ill the legal discharge of their
respective and separate duties,
l'poti visiting the jail we found de
fecu In th* windows, and would re
•peel fully recommend that they be
made more secure for the safety of any
and all prisoners.
We desire to thank the district at
torney for the courteous attention he
has given us and for the realous man
ner In which he has performed Ids
We also wish to thank the Honorable
Court for the lucid ami painstaking In
structions given to this grand jury.
There b«ing no further business be
fore us we would respectfully ask to he
Heapect fully submitted,
Foremen, John Fernan; J. P. Hickl
kh, Fit ah. Graham,C. J. McMillan,
Frank It. Caldwell, G. W. Ih nn,
John Hosrn, Jambs H. Kckhakt, It.
C. IIemminokr, D. KodrnkilA, L.
1)a via, W.S. Eancahtur, K. Gently,
M. 8. Warren, Geo. F„ Nchile, W.
Call far Tswn Warrants.
Tuesday, Fsb. 25,1886,1 will pay the
following described warrants with in
leresL Interest to cease from dale.
hen krai. fund.
AH warrants on the general fund
dated 1880, and all warrants of the year
1801 and to No. 237 Inclusive.
Warrant* Nos. 122 and 123 of the year
1880 ami all warrants dated 1884 and
1805. Fsb. 15, 1886.
Feb 15 tot G. A.-DeSausstiik,
Treasurer, Town of tour d'.\leue, Ida.
Improved ftssmsr Ssrvlcs.
The steamer Klk mads her trial trip
up ills lake last ttunday afternoon,
developing a speed of between thirteen
aud fourteen miles an hour. As she
steamed sway from tho dock, with
100 people on board, Miss Jsuuie,
daughter of C It. King, broke a MM*
hL ! Z m J, *1 £*£?!?**
her the Klk. hits made her first trip up
the St. Jos river last Wednesday,
bringing down a cargo of bated hay.
Capt. Reynolds will have charge of tbs
bofct during tbs season.
Speaking of the tutentions of the
c ompany, C. B. King, tbe geusrsl man-1
"It la tbs Intention of the company
to put a line of fast aud commodious
steamers on the lake this season for e«
cursious mainly, but we also expect to
do a freight business In tbs transporta |
tlon of supplies to the various potute
up tbe lake and ou the St. Joe aud St.
"The steamers now owned by tbs
company that will be put into service
are five In number- the Klk, Sherman,
Korwine, Belleville aud Avondale. Tbe
Klk, which waa formerly called the
St. Joe, has recently beeu remodeled
throughout and new boilers aud ma
chiuery put iu making her one of the
fastest and most commodious paaseu
ger steamers on the teke.
"Work was comtneuced test Monday
on two large barges which when com
pleted will bs used in carrying large ex- j
cursion parties up tlie lake and upon
winch dancing and other forms of
pleasure can be indulged in. The]
cumiiany is now making an effort to
arrange with the railroad for a apodal
. ■ , ' . . . . , „ 1 . *
It lit Fit# fas 1*11 Iiiimi rrx tiiiairiMtr fn anoiiti
joint rate to campers desiring to spend
the summer months 011 the shores of
Uie lake, and in Uils I think we will
A Sit Lisa Cass.
The supreme court lias handed down
a decision in the case of T. F. Rourke,
.pja-ltent, vs. Ixiui. Hergevin et *1. the
lower court was rsveraed. Bergevin
borrowed#22,5u. from the plaintiff ami
to secure him. executed a chattel mort
gage on the wheat crop on 3068 acres of
land in Net Perce county Bergevin
hired a number ofusn.aud the em
ployes. fearing they would not secure
their pay. filed laborers' liens on tbe
crop. They commenced an action to
foreclose their liens without making
Uie holder of Uie chattel mortgage a
party to the action. Rourke then sued
to foreclose his chattel mortgage mak
mg the employes parties thereto. The
court gave the plaiutiff judgment under
the foreclosure, but directed that out of
the proceeds ail costs and the liens of
the Ulx.rers be paid first and lint the
balance be applied to the ptainUfTs Hen
under tb* chattel mortgage. ThU *c
0110 cou '* supreme court
deride, was an ern.r. and th. district
te favor JS21 ^ e, '* r J ' ment
Th* leaks Mercsatils Company 1 c*»h
Tries Lite j
Climax " 8 " 25c:
Smilax - 6 - - 85c;
White Lily flour, psr sack
Snow Flake flour, per sack
IVnic ham, per pound......
D. N. bacon ** " .......
B. bacon " " .......
Ham " " .....
5 l< (tail I 'lire ix-tf Lard
10 B) " " * " ..........75c
Sun dried applet per pound. «c to 7c
Kvsporated " * " 8c to 10c
L. M. raisins " " .........5c
Our stock is now complete. We
have bargains in avery department.
We will not only meet, but beat any
pokaue or eastern prices. Briug in
your samples for comparison.
Idauo Mercantile Co, !
Cosur d'Alene, Idaho, i
Tk# Iwni Family.
The Indies of the Maccabees will
give an entertainment at City Hotel
hall next Tuesday evening at which
time they will produce a musical bur
lesque in one act. enlilicd "The 8«eet
Family," with Uie following cast of
"Mm" >m rrlk-i
K 1 mmt> ........
|lr*U> IU-Hn«lM flUFft
Kii/Mlx-tli RUa 8«n«t .
«'aMttl!>4* ( omIpUa Hskts*!
t^irthv l*r Suit Hmin \
Frwrri Fedot m ____
) I (KilldM MTffl .....
The entertainment will include vo
cal and Instrumental selections Ttnd
recilatiout by U10 best local talent.
Admission 25 cents.
Mr*: A Miller
Mr« J T Seoii
*. ll H n .* on<l, '
Mr*. J w wiKtieii
Attaallon Sensof Votorans.
All sons of veterans whose names are
on application for charter to organ I re a
a camp of Sons of Veterans are re
quested to attend the meeting to be
held at the Grand Army hall, tour d'
Alene. Friday evening Uie 17 Ui hub for
tlie purpose of electing officers and
transacting such other bu.lnea. a. m.y
com* before the meeting. ________
1). II. Ill'DLONO,
Commander, Dept, of Idaho G. A. R.
A. II. Good,
A. A. G., Dept, of Idaho G. A. R.
Call far County Warrants.
On Monday, April 18. IN8S. I will pay
the following described Kootenai county
warrant*, with intciest. Interest ceases
All warrant* on the redemption fund,
registered prior to December 13,1883.
and numbers 8H, 847. 845. 843.842,848, i
848 ami 850, registered on the I3tli day
of Dtcember, 1893.
apr.ll junelS Frank O. Hill, |
Treasurer. Kootenai Co., Idaho,
^ #K .
To the voter* of Kootenai county—1
offer tnyaelf as a Farmers' candidate
for Stale Senator for Ilia Thirteenth
apr.i lt IIexry S. Hack,
nun in fusokals.
Dr. McPherson, dentist, tour d'Alene.
Arthur Miller was attending court iu
' Hathdrum yesterday,
The delinquent tax list is published
In this issue of the Press
Law Briefs and Pamphlet printing a
J °" ,ld , fe «t"nwd
from * * * pt,k,UMi WednemUy.
Th * ®° urt ^s appointed C. D. War
ner **fgnee for Frank Bristow, an
iu *°' Ten * debtor,
II. D. Allen came down from Ward
ner yesterday and wlU spend a few days
with bis family,
i * Tlie old creamery building at Post'
FalU U to be converted iuto a box fac
t>ry by Mr. Cotton.
Gu.Uve Mancks has rented the room
adjoining Hums' barber shop and
oneu un a mtauraut P
Mr ' * nd Mr *' E ' IM * hton > of St.
. Talley ' ¥U,tod ,tev ' *kottowe »ud
f " mn7 for • evenU
I* (nr I Kodiat, of Uie St. Joe valley,
tnade homestead final proof before the
i laud ®«<*« Wedneadsy.
James KUiott aud family expect to,
teke up tlieir home on the ceded portion
j °f tbs Nsx Perce reservation,
j Allie DeSauaaure attempted to open
the bathing season by taking a header
j iuto the iaka at the X. p. wharf,
C<Jlne and tlie utwe , t desl(fn „ ln
w<u ,^ r . Uur luw pricfcg wU1 gur .
j )rUe you . Idaho Mercantile Co.
x , r , . .. ,
. . . ' . ' ' ' f'* Te T *
their future home iu this olace.
v '" : " lu lu,B i*'ace.
Hon. A. A.( ran* arid family returned
Harrison t\ edue&day and will make
Uiat t®"' 1 their permanent home.
Farmers, attention! A full Hue of
lisid and garden seeds iu packages aud
, u bulk at th* 1 dah.'i MnUle"tV>.
u „ , . , ,. , .
„ M ? v-', of Spok«nc, spent
l,er 1 ourth rtrwt residence in May.
Xow '* U,e Ume r *'P ai "t a >' d P»P»r
your dwelli,, R A fu " «f both
a,ld i' a I >er ttl H*e Idaho Mercan
^ipt. Geo. Reynolds took a plunge
bath in the teke the other day at the
Idaho Navigation A Investment Co.'s
w,u * r f
A few more of those Neat New
Styles In ladies' trimmed hats just n
celved. Call early to get your choice.
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Thomas Costello, who owns a valu
able piece of land' just east of town
made homestead final proof before the
land officers last Monday
Iuf)tnU> wardro be, 25cU. Comptete
^ of p. lu . ril8 uswl; fuU dirwt ^ ong
amount and kind of material. Address
t ^ ltcrng> S p„kane. Wash.
'">*• arr >ve»l. a nice assortment of
millinery good*, consisting of flowers.
sprays, wreatlis, plumes and tips. Ida
ho Mercantile Co.
sume o|>eratious in a few davs. the
efforts to move the same to Spokane
having been abandoned.
^ "* n * fbc Latest and New
est Styles iu Millinery and
ladies' trimmed or untrimmed hate, we
have tliem. Idaho Mercantile Co.
Arthur Rowell presente<l Homer
King with 28 doreu trout flies. They
were made by Mr. Rowell aud are the
finest lot of flies w* ever looked upon.
Rev. atul Mrs. Muller and Miss Stella
attended a session of the Coi
11,11 t*i* district Epworth league cor.
vcn,lon at Itevenport, Wash., this
If you want to be up to date, get cm
of those nobby suits, and a new hat.
We have just opened an immense stock
and arc anxious to show thsui. Idaho
. M * ny '*r° n * *" " n ' I '' r th " lm '' rP *'
«<>n '> a t ^e trout fishing seasc.n began
Apri ' *' '* a n ' , * takf ' " , U '* law
s * y * U ' at •• •» unlawful to catch trout
S. I). Taylor, the genial editor of u* j
Kootenai HcraKl. spent i'ue&dav
r "/ mB,,, ™ rw " w rwiTn near tlie x |
* ruU y moming, caused by a brake
PP '"* ^'l!.'' e ^ I
town. Tarlor publishes one of the |
'best weeklies in the slate and has a 1
of speaking out in "political meet
i,ig" that makes him (xipuiar with the
a freight car was derailed near the Y
,rain was coming into town. The pas- :
sengers and express were transferred to j
an empty freight car and landed at the I
depot a few minute* late
John A. Moore has been ordered to
vacate ths tour d'Alene Inn. He re
fuses to do so and a suit in ejectment
and for the recovery of over 82ix»
claimed to be due 011 rent was begun
before Justice Norris Thursday. A
change of venue waa taken ami the
case is to com* up today before JusUce
WheaUey at Rost FalU. |
George Newcomb, an extensive farm-1
er of the St. Joe valley, has leased the
Carle ton block, a five story building on 1
the comer of Main and Howard streets,
Spokane, and fitted it up for a hotel.'
The rooms have been neatly furnished
and the hotel will be opened for bust ,
ness today under the name of tha
The case of John Wells vs. Col.
Robert Hall and Lieut. Brown for
trespass on the lands of the former was
i compromised Thursday, defendant*
l' A 7' l 'B Wells #125 and settling their
.,-1,- .... - .... I
own coils. 1 no cm irfw out of tht*
| fa «' t u ' at the «"»«•» at Fort Sherman i
eroase*! Wells' land with teams for the |
purpose of eutUng icsona small bay
w rf ol ^* po ^ ' Vdl *»iu p«^
realize about 9X0 oat of the case and
gain the ill will of ths post people on
whom he aud his neighbors across ths
river depsndixl for ferry accommoda-.
Highest Honors—World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Gripe Oeim of Tartar Powder Free
(rum Ammonia. Alum or *rv other ajulterinb
40 VF * RS THB STANDARD.
If you wish to subscribe for any of
the leading newspapers, magazines or
technical journals, either domestic or
foreign call at this office. We can
** ve T® 0 money.
Take Simmons Liver Itegulator to
prevent illnsM from the Material poison
^hicb comes with tbs spring months,
SItumens Liver itegulator is a mild
laxative Mutt cleanses Uie system and
purifies th* blood. An excellent alter
ative and tonic for the spring. "I have
been very much improved in health by
taking Simmons Liver Itegulator"—
M. Newport, Williamsburg. Ky.
Tuesday's city election passed off
quietly and resulted iu tlie election of
Duncan Smith, Geo. Thomson, N. J.
Merriam, T. E. Jacob* and J. T. Scott
a* town trustees for the coming year,
The vote wag as follows: Duncan
Smith, 1C; Geo. Thomson, 85; N. J.
Merriam, 75; T. K. Jacobs, 70; J. T.
Scott, 74; John W. Fredrick. 22; J. W.
Wiggett, 28 and Joell Schermanson, 25.
Sergeant IraL. Reeves.of II company.
Fourth infantry, .Utioned at Fort
'lu'rman. returned from Fort Yancouv
er on Saturday of last week. Mr.
R**™* that post for the pur
l"«e of taking the examination fora
lieutenant's commission. He was sue
cessful before the examining board
a,ld B ° to F ort LcRYenworth next
^l'tember for final examination,
The controversy over the opening of
the Itath-Dwyer road iu the Cteur d'
A lene river valley seems to be in a fair
* a y for settlement. Commissioners
Warren and Palmeter visited tbe valley
the first of ths week aud consulted the
I ,arties interested which resulted in an
** repmen t to let the public travel
•'•■rough the lands ol Rath and Dwyer
who had secured an injunction to pre
Ve "\ Ul ' r °^ W "* opened - The in *
J uncU ®" be withdrawn.
There is quite a large settlement west
of Mica Hay and an effort wiU be made
^ these people an outlet to tour
d Alene tty building a road to connect
*' lk ,l,e Mica ,5a * road - To acc ® ,n '
P*hti this it w ill be necessary to build
about Uiree miles of road and a petition
will be presented to the board of countv
for .he same.
1 'f,™ * b ° u , wxty 'c tere m he
»rtlieineot and tliry a:r in Mica liar
precinct, but have never voted on
account of the diflicuities of traveling
to reach the polling place.
Win. Losa, of Chatoolet, was in town
for several days this week. He says he
is 77 years of age, was born ill Pennsyl
vania, served through the Mexican
war under General Tavlor, refused to
j a g e part iu the civil war because he
■lid not believe liC family quarrels,
moved to Montana in 1864 and has
made tlie northwest his home ever
■ since, engaging in mining and other
enterprise, lie has used tobacco and
! been a moderate drinker all his life aud
is at the present time more active than
most men at the age of 60 years. He
could easily pass for a man of that
The trial of Shea, one of the soldiers
charged with robbing the Fairlamb
cottage, came off in the district court
the tint of the week and resulted in a
disagreement by the jury. On motion
of the district attorney the case was
Fairlamb cottage was robtxM last fall
and the stolen goods were found with
>l "'» »'«• Sargent. They claimed to
di * misS¥d ' The same action was taken
iu the ras< ' of Sllp ' , ' s l'»rtner. Sargent
T1,, ' re 18 no doubl ' n " 1< " n,icds of » *
P°op' e ••>*• •• l< >' wereguiltv; but At
tonify McFarland made au able defense
which resulted as above stated. The
|, aTe purchased them from a soldier
w | 10 j,j, d deserted and made that pha
The April number of the Northwett
Magazine conies to us in a new dress
that is simply perfection. Plain, clean,
bright, and well printed on high-grad*
paper, the Northwest is certainUy one
of the most attractive periodicals in the
country. The leading features of this
issue are "1'roepeeling in Central Idaho,'
i^ itollin* Smi^T""l^tel^n^ of
cadet Life," by Major Gen.ral R. W.
Johnson, U.S. A.; "Little Jim," by
Florei.cs A. Jones, and "Tlie Rossibili
ties of North Dakota," by W. S. Kber
man. These, together with the illtis
trations. interesting sketches, current
notes ar.d Uie comprehensive regular
department* of the magazine, render
(he April number one of great value
Notice for Publication.
make lliial prowl lu *np|«ort ot lit* c lalro. ami
that Haiti i»ro«i (till in* nu»«tc Itetore the Kt winter
**??.J? " Co " r ,r
, at* Tp. 44 n. k a w. H. m.
ro^l*\v«rri-u ■ TL'.wTj
We Gaaraqtee It.
We have received a
new stock of high
grade tinware that will
not rust oat and arc
anxious to have you
but is the cheapest
ware to buy. It lasts
four times as long as
ordinary tinware and
a trial will prove it.
R. R MANN,
GENERAL # BLACKSMITH,
Fourth SL, lext to!. V. Sander & Co.'s
Store, C«m d'ileu, Idaho.
New Work and Repairing Neatly and
Hou6e aqd Sign Paiqleri
Paperhanging and Decorating.
CSUR D'ALENE, IDAHO.
Stuve Bros., Proprietors.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Cedar * Shingles.
Notice of Application for Authority
to Mortgage Church property.
1* rn* DiutkictCoi kkt nr thk Fidt ^r
|l|< I AI. IU«TKI.T OF THK SriTK OK lUAHO,
IN AM. FOR THK CO
In the matter of tho a]»i4ioatlon of th« pint
M' thodist Uiitrcli, o( Coour tl'Aleik',
Nottop i« horrhv (fiirn, ttuU tho of trw
of llio Ki;M V« tl.nliM Fidsotxpal churrh, <>f
< o«-ur d'AIrne. Ithitw*. vilJ oil tho S)th da> of
April, K«. am»l\ lo iho distrid court of tlie
First Jutiioul iMsttift of tho utate »*f Idaho al
the March term of sai.l court to bo held at
twit'.»dnun, Kootenai oonnty Idaho. f 4 *r autlior
ilv Is* »ortp«iT tho i*n*j*rrt\ of xaid ohmvh cii
In < oewr d Alone. Idaho, to Iho amount
t*I »$2S0 two htmdros! anti fifty dtdhtrs. ii In ino
to tho inlorr-M ami t>encfit ami adv%jiiaf< of
t-»id church con*ora<fou that viid sum of
lv».» liuadrosi and fifty dollars In- botrowrd hv
•aid iNvuxi of trust* «*<.
The board of tniatres »»f iho First Motluxlist
F|HscofMU ohurrh, by
... . „ W. n. KHOTF.rit.
"• A. Kkinu kr ITvnIUcuL
apMl Jam** a. Kfat.
Attorney lor iYutiunt
Hot ice for Publication.
N'tioo t« hondty pi von that tho Mlnnlnp
nattDNl Mttlorh ts nh d noth'o «»f ht r iutonu.m t,»
make final |>n»of in Mip|*«»rt ->! Id- r claim, an.I th.it
said will l»o mikdo Itofbro tho Kt^hiorand
Koot lvor at thpur d Ah no. Idaho, ou April 2^.
for tho lots .V 6 T. Stv. 16. Iota 7. s, N. E. \ X. E.
* Soo. 17, T» . 46 X. R.ltt. H. M.
Sho uanit-8 tho hdhminp aituesv 8 *topnvvoher
oontlnttous rrwhteiKV utam and culu\atit*n of
Nild buhl, \ij Horn Kitehat, Eupvm* Gav. of
s *. Maries Idaho. Alfred lUicoiuiuiui. of' Ft
Sherman. Id Tim; A r mood Peironoud, of CVrur
You connect at
with the Rurlinpton Route for
Omaha, .lo«|ft, Kiuau
City. St. Lonf*. f hifsnfo and
AL1. OTHER »>ulh<«m and
Tfte No. Pao train (Ton the
Y*ost arnvos at Ihlilnjts at t
a. m. Our train loavea at 0:*
No inntble about the trans
fer. The trains are only a
fen foot a|Kirt. Mi*j> off one
—on tbe oilier. That's all.
The olMde thin* hi over with
in leas time than It takas to
tell you about It.
Tickets and time table# at
th* local ticket ofttce.
A. * JACKSON, T. F. A, Spokare,
NEW YORK W
BOSTON and all point*
EAST AND SOOTH
Train leave* tour d'Alsns at 8 s. m
and arrives at 6:30 p. m.
Main line trains arrive and depart frot
Spokane aa follows; No. 1, we*
bound, arrives at 8:35 and departs a
10 o'clock p. m; No. 2, east bounc
arrives at 6 JO and departs at 635 a
For (■foraxtlM. time esnl*. b«m sa« tUk«
esll os or writs to
P. JOY. Agent,
Coeur d'Alene, Ida!
A. P. Cn*Ri-Tox.
Assistant Gen. Pass. Agt.,
No. 255 Morrison SL, cor. 3rd f
Gusiiman's Menthol Bain]
Is the satei. nreM, s^ bm« rtlimSM
- CUTS __
vsusas itch _________
8 BRUISES ERYSIPELAS ASS OLD SOSES.
Specially K iwaaeMi l for PILES.
a Quick to RHim I'm in an>i Reduce Inflammation
a OetnwM to five milFfsctioa; a ben run nerd
xq an oRrtD ^ot.I* sure to pri Cushmmc s Meothol
ba B#^n IV* *1.4 w.yrt aortbing rto o bring tuat
» a# pfMd. Tbw Balm ft# tise larpeto Boa of (Mat
metrt aa4 the beat em the marker
CADftlCpC idtouid alarava u«e thU Bmlrm for
(AniCnd tors or cracked hoods.
N If you caoool gri II your dntcpM aeod for.
8| for ou* box t'jr matt, void ty all Uodtnf drugaWa
CUSHMAN ORUC CO.
Tt RWIPk UK sr to hs r t ar s BA, 00(416
The American Protective Tariff League
is a national organization advocating
" Protection to American Labor and
Industry " as explained by its constitw*
t on, as follows:
" Tha obiect of thi* L — yue that! be to p»cto«%
A-'-sr ran lab^ by a taerff on imperil, whisk #hxd
J»te'y Iwurg Amencxn mfiviitr-sl Droditofo
n«t li.e compeittscn of foro*gn labor.
There are no personal or private
profits in connection with the organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships
contributions and the distribution of its
FI RST: Correspondence it eofiastotf
•* Men.brr*hip ** and ** Official Correspondent*.^
SECOND: We need and nelcc we conte iutionfo
whether email or fofie.tom.rei see.
Third: We pubfceh e forfe h <*e of doowmewfo
FOURTH: Send poetoi oerd reaueet for free
eemple copy of the ••American toonomiet,**
Addre«s Wilbur F. Wekemen. General Secrete**
tSS Weet 23d Street. New York.
Notice for Publication.
Land Ornt s atColi ii'Aucnr. Iruxo.
Feb. ». RUS.
Nollre 1* krrrbv rtrau that tlie (ullimllif
liKUinl v-ttlrr Im* Alrd Irnlhr <4 til, IuIfuUihi To
n»Xr mull |m»l lu othl.rlnlni.niul Hint
«tl>l |>r.«4 uill lus hi. utr brtorr Uic Uirl.h r nnd
Rrorln-r nt « <rur •l AlriH-. Mnlio <hi AinIIS.
1J1W. Ui Tluunn. F. t'untrUo (or tbe S. W. U a.
L w. IK Tp Ml V It * W II M. 4
tlr u.mo. tho lotlonlus ,Um .u-, to prior hla
nuiUiiuou. roudoiK r ui.m nml ■•ultirntloli u|,
-*M inmt. Ur: John tVnun, Fntrlrk Ftnud.
WUkum Millor, Kdwnnt Stanlry, nil ot Cwur
d Alour, Idaho
Any prruon mIm do.|io, to pr>d».t ncalnnS tk*
nRonniu-o nt «u**h prout. or «lut ,t.ow, of nuy
sutetnntinl muw, umtrr tbr law nml tiw rnrn
lattoiw ot Uw lulriior IVimrUurul. vliy sock
proof ibould not be aUorrrd, will br itrm Aa
ml, sad to o*
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