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CknMo c. C. Batman, formerly of
FWtBhermaa, it naJar arm at the
mrnm Spokane poat by order of Cap
Bachelor. It tat that (the cap*
m ma for mlniatara aad
traatail Bataman la a re oat uftotlt
reaaty reaaaar arar since ha reached the
nw peat. Ha haa indulged ia a l,.
taaaatie paraaeatioa of the efaaplaia, be
ing very ooraaaoaaUa vhao under the
iaflaaaca of Hqonr. The anaat it aaid to
be the result of aa order iaaaad by Capt.
B fl chflw repairing the chaplain to Ola
with hire a ttatareaat of the print*
beeineea wHW^Veqaired hia praaaaea ia
thaaity.hr the performance of which ho
aakad for traaeportation. The chaplain
rofaaad to ahay aa order prying into hia
private affaire, aad waa placed under ar
reat ia quarter* far the refusal. Proai
the reporta pobiiahad ia the Spokane
ftlfta md (root the oral! known charac
Chaplain Bateman aa an opright,
hoaSrablo gentleman, wo have no doubt
of Us coming oot of the affair completely
vtadicatad. Capt. Bachelor (earns to
ham overstepped the law of the war de
partment ia iaaoiag hia arbitrary order,
aad he haa certainly lowered hireaaU in
the estimation of fair minded people.
with which Congressman
of Iowa, secured enough
votee to i sauce bis alert ion to the speak
•rehipof the boom, shows bis popularity
aad Stares for the place.
Tub Lewiston Teller upholds the Carer
d'Alene dynamiters in the deet ruction of
life and property. It is one of lem than
half a doaen newspapers in the state
tahlag a stand asalnst law and order.
Dtn yon see that Fourth of July ad
vertisement in this issue of the Pares T
Well, others would sea your 'advertise
ment wore it taihe paper. That would
hemg you business just as this one will
bring a big erowd of people to Coeur d'
Alene on the 4th.
Thx lata county auditor Robert 8. Bra
gaw, haa hem oat of office since January
1st—that ia flee months—the longest
Urns ia foartwn year* that Bob has not (
teaat tno public mb and his ease wss '
becoming desperate. In tact be waa like
a Bah oat of water and could not long
■arrive; bat President McKinley came
to the rescue and administered a fall
dose of federal office in the fom of. forest
if mi in sin i ' i i I. .
__ i oMfrmnd is rsni.ll ^'°?° t ° n> * I
"" . 'riend is repidly re coven ng.
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An ordinance to regulate the riding of
recycles ta the viliage o_fCceur d' A lene.
Kootenoi County,State of Idaho, and
Kooteuoi County,State of Idaho, and
prohibiting the throwing into the
streets and alleys of aaid viliage, any
i which rill injure bicyclei
if brnneht in nor tact '
U '*. C ^ rm " *" d
Meant of Trustees of the village of
Ceenr d Alena, Kootenai County, State
8ee. I. It shall be unlawful for any
ponon to ride a bicycle upon any side
walk within the corporate limits of the
Village of Coeur d'Alene r--,-,;
Counts stata^TE.!, . K
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SOc. s. It shall be unlawful for any
pwson to ride a bicycle on the streets or
alleys of the village of Coeur d'Alene at
a speed faster than ten (10) miles per
See. X It shall be onlawfol for any
Prison to ride a bicycle on the streets or
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ithoat having a bell attached to such
bicycle with which to give warning of
8ee. 4. It shall be unlawful for any
person to throw Into the streets or alleys
of the village of Coeur d'Aleue anv 1
glass, Un. tacks, wire, or other material I
wkisaK ffrvxres 1*1 ^ „ aT ' !
j . At.- . charecter is liable to
lnjurClbe tires or other portions of bi
cydeslf brought in contact therewith.
See. 5. Any person violating the pro
visions of this ordinance shall, noon
conviction thereof before a court of
competent Jurisdiction, be Bned in a
sum not to exceed twenty-five dollars,
with costs of salt; and In default of
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payment shall be confined in the village
Jail at hard labor at two dollars per day j
until such fine U thereby paid. ;
See. B. This ordinance shall take ef 1
feet and be in force from and after its'
»mee. :. flnnpnwei _toil a- •
u . the.fint tiiiie June 5, 1899.
Bead the second time, under suspen
too of rules, June 5, 189#.
Uead tbethiid time and adopted June
Approved June «, 1899.
Au "*: ** John Ccbrt,
Jahes II. Haste, Chairman.
Aaaaal Keyset .f the VUlao Treasarer
C«sea a'Aun, Ibaro, May Si, MM.
Csta ea hand at twetsaist „ 7M .......mm ;
flarefvsd from vlllaps fiqaoe licenses
" " riser rent atom aad e
truwaaas .r...... If 1 .. ......... mm
Karel red froas tows b— ................ M6 a
* • »per rest seoyarty road
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Brivfved flow vtllsgs rosd tax, cash./... j oj
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Paid wsTtmau aa eeatlaasat
THE BERMUDA LILY.
tW Bmn An Tiutf«M
"The majority of people who see the
magaUkcat display of Faster Hites la
our churches," safdvtflgkg* importer of
these Bowen recently, "do not realize
what aa Immense task It la to get the
Woesome to their destination at the
right time aad In the proper condition.
Wr who hare spent yeais in tka busi
ness kpqvr -how jjjfflcult it is to meet
with erien a fair share of success, and so
we are not disappointed at faihtrrs that
would dishearten a man who did not
understand the methods employed in
their growth aad transportation. In the
•rat place, liUes are grown in Bermuda,
not for the purpose of exporting them
to the United Staten, bat to supply
Iw demands for bulbs tor American
la riat s .
'la Bermuda the Bowers are c h ee k e d
o strengthen tbs bulbs, or. if permitted
- bloom, are thrown away by the mil
"* When aa American florist pro
res balfaa from Bermuda la quanti
1" he prosrs them to blnaaom at the
■ight season without regard for the
tormnda crop, sad sells them at prises
Staging from 25 cents to two dollars
per blossom, according to the trade to
which he caters.
"The klcu of importing three buds for
mle was Bret suggested to florists by
the number of them that came through
the express offices, seat by tourism to
friends at home, and, though more ware
spoiled in transportation than came
through in good condition, the cost of
each flower was. in the end, lean than
that quoted on the market. With the
proper know ledge of the peculiarities of
the plants, Ujt« was no reason why
their importation should not be made
a paying business, and it was accord
"In gaining the n eces sa r y knowledge
some money has been lost. Experience
had to teach when to select, where
to select and whom to trust. Tbs
mistake that urns first made was
that of taking buds from growers
and allowing the local express rep
resentatires to attend to ail tbs de
tails. The result waa that so sac of'the
poods reached us in good condition, but
more did not. and we saw that the
only safe plan waa to arrange with some
responsible grower and to fix upon a
certain remuneration, the growers to be
held accountable for the condition of
the goods as they left his hands.
"One great difficulty ia this: Easter
may fall any time between the close of
March and the 25th of April, and there
-a.™ .nu me .-«» o. -spn.. and there
is danger that the season in Bermuda
may be too early or too late to permit of
,he kst buds being shipped. This year,
notwithstanding the fact that Easter Is
oar firm received assurances
"» ~>«.pond»nt. that the buds
would be in first-class condition.
" Th * **® nomic advantage of importa
tion is that, while lilies grown here cost
about 25 cents a flower and upward, the
buds imported can be had for about
mix cents a flower. The difference in
price, of course, stimulates the de
m * nd •
"The buds are packed in boxes con
j ,ain ', n « fro ™ » «* TO each. the *«t
a|r **}"* "• ■ Som ' th *
P nef - delivered here, has been *1.50 to
«■•» » ^ This year the pri« was
»•*>"» **•* a box. owing, a, I have
explained, to the fact that the grow
cr is brought into the tranmetion. and
is compelled to give hi* guarantee.
"Tlie bulls are green when parked.
There is a stem left on each, perhaps
13 to 20 inches long. Perfect buds should
! ,Dch " lonp ' , trfcct buA * ,hould
hav, ' no white on them at all when they
«**»• Bermuda. Each one i, wrapped
in *»'« P»P~. *»" »" «e packedTa
box of moss, so made that the air may
reach the content*. By the time they
reac h here they should have some whit
i*h-yciiow indications. If the leave*
.areyrllow and the end of the stalk dead.
th *" bml ** hopfU ^' , T mined. ali
< '"° rt " " wa,, ' d -
"The way to develop the hods is to
P* 1 ^* th « ™ d * of the stems in clear,
fresh water, the temperature of which
will govern the rapiditv of develop
roent. Lukewarm water will bring
them out at once, if the room be also
T ' arln - Water at about 40 degrees, a
, '° o1 rooa ' an<, not lo ° much li *f ht "t* 11
, bn ? p '•''; ra o ' ,t ,n » b ot , « flre days. TH.
bU4,H W,!l *1®^ CO Id 8<l right, tut
heat from a stove or steam pipe ruins
Machetes ia Parawaar.
Machetes are popular in Paraguay, as
well as in Cuba. Two kinds are used
there. One with a handle of wood and
a blade of iron with a round end. The
other has a born handle and a steel
blade with pointed end. The first is
uuhii- min poinieu rra], inr nrsi is
used for cutting weeds, the last foreut
j ting small trees, twigs, bushes, herbs
; anil grass; likewise for chipping soul
1 an ' l ,nakin C handles and articles"for
a S Tir '?\ uni Purpose,. They are all im
• ww of duty, none being mode in
i Paraguay. These statement, arc made
b y Consul Ruffin at Asuncion, who adds
that since the United Htatea will prob
ably supply machetes to Cuba and Por
to B*co. It may be able to obtain a share
of the Paraguayan trade
- Barley Wlas.
About 254,000 gallons of artificial
wine are bring made from barley every
year ia a large factory In Hamburg.
*1 he medical profession In Germany
thinks very highly of the wine, and rec
ommends it In the hospitals of that
country.—S. Y. Sun. e
Ba Matches aa Warships.
11 is agal ost t he rules to carry matches
on board a modern man-of-war.—Chi
Kiad-Mearted Maa with a Bag.
A novel Incident ia reported in con
nection with a run of the Worth Cota
cold bounds. While out near Broad
way the hounds got on the line of a
Mill D'ALENE CITY, IDAHO,
The Saratoga of the North West.
The Day's Celebration Opens with a Parade,
Including our famous world-renowned Calithumpians.
Grand reproduction of the naval battle of Santiago by the
fleet steamers Avondale, Defender, Bellevelle, Sherman, Zora,
Romeo, Schley, Julietta, Bonnie Doon.
Reproduction of the Blowing up of the Maine.
Bicycle Races, Horse Races, Foot Races, Sack Races, Tub Races.
Dancing* in th© Pavilion; also on the Barges.
Steamers Will Run Excursions Around the Lake.
Excursion Rates on all Railroads.
For Particulars See Small Bills.
Will care all complaints and diseases of tlie
kidneys and urinary organs. It augments the
flow of the nriue, allays irritability of the neck of
the bladder, relieves ovarian engorgement, re
duces prostatic enlargement, prevents the forma
tion of insoluble uric acid salts in the kidneys,
bladder and joints and acts as a solvent to the
bove mentioned salts when already formed. As
ui. utero-ovarian touic and sedative it has no equal.
Price SI.50 Per Bottle.
Sample Bottle Free, apply to
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Mata Una trains arris* aad AsMstffUB
MpnKana as follows: n7|. wsbC
bound.arrisas Ufl Ifluad ds p iritakk
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