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Jwtenui Comttij fleimblkun ♦ ILI'ME III. SAM »POINT, IDAHO, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ft, 1901. NUMBER 17. •RQFESSIONAL CARDS I IN A. STEIN LEIN, attorney and. I COUNSELOR.AT-LAW. SANDPOINT, IDAHO. I -, : Ltlon (flvcn to collection*. [AS. L. HEITMAN ATTORNE Y-AT-LA NV RATHDRUM, IDAHO 0. F. PAGE 'IIYSICIAN AND SURGEON SANDPOINT, IDAHO t* at l oss' Drugstore.... 1XTISTRY. In All of Its Latest Brunches hy DR. J. B. BUCHANAN Examination Free APPOINT, IDAHO ACTICAL JEWELER A. R. SWEET, SANDPOINT, IDAHO Kind* of Repairing Done Promptly .All Work Guaranteed ! »1L ENGINEERS J. K. ASHLEY, Sand Point, - Idaho WILLIAM ASHLEY, Jr. Rathdrum, - Idaho ! ini' Claims, Homesteads, Etc., accurate rveyed. and draughting ueatly executed. \\ JOHNSON * BRICKLAYER. Hope, - Idaho lates furnished for till kinds of work. _ î , I . W. DeKARR'S K K ! K j iT H I R ; F ! r n . „ ath Rooms in .Connection. Tonsorial Parlor k Sandpoint, - Idaho ■ ■■ K E'or a Kirst-Cliiss Shave, Hair Cut, Sea Foam or Shampoo ■■■■ t and Cold Water, Medical ^ Lake and Vapor Baths.. H H 'TTtrtrrr^rrrrr^rrnrrr^. ■'JLÏ H . " K Idaho K * k ' a r . T '/r ». _. •t tour MouIm at the* h Short Order * * Restaurant Jc h : ALEXANDER & SNOW. Prop rs i Back (F P0SI0IÜC3 H fpen... Day and Sandooint H t £ N c I R j * H »ei. I» ...Night JK A NICE. Cooling Drink ■■ > >DA OR DISH OF Dainty Ice Cream*» h I ia Hi Go to lhe > 0ST OfflCE STORE - I"* • W. WILSON. I'rtipriftor SANDPOINT. IDAHO , r I >o a Full Lint* of C«*fettkiKry,Frait,Sta „, wry, Cigars, Tobacco -, ^, I ,otA ' NEWS FROM K VTIIDKt M ■ A Iteror*! •<f th«- B ■ fk'i Doing* at tu«. County Seat. c. H. Klopf was a .Spokane visitor Monday. Miss Kate Lavin was a Spokane vis itor Tuesday. Miss îîuby Guwanlock spent Kundav with the family of Joseph Kurier. Labor day was observed here this year only by the court house officials. Otis I wad- , f , „ -, AN. A. Reiniger merchant of IIar-| : nson. was her« Tuesday and visited J. Merritt of Heneaquoteen was doing business in the city Wed nesday. Mrs. Annie NVood returned Thurs day from Kootenai, where she lias been visiting the past two weeks. Charlie Evans and Louis Chambard left Tuesday for the Buffalo Hump mining district, some promising claims. E. B. Martin brought in some ions this week raised on his ranch west of toijvn. .Nome of them measured K! inches in circumference. where they have ou Several Rathdrum boys attended the hall at Coeur d'Alene Wednesday night in honor of the teachers who were attending the institute. Frank Letts returned front New York last Friday, where he has been visiting for file past seven months. Frank says Idaho is good enough for, hint. ! ! his brother Henry, who is very ill. Mr. Reiniger was accompanied by his wife. Charles Evans returned from a trip to Republic, Marcus and British Co lumbia points last Saturday, and re ports plenty of railroad work at good wages in that locality. Ben Thomas lias returned from Oakesdale, Wash., where he was con fined in the pest house for about two months with smallpox. He is quite spotted yet, though out of danger. Mrs. Frank Wenz and children re _ î turned from an extended visit in ti e , I east and Canada last Saturday. Mar garet McMillan, sister of Mrs. Wenz. returned with her and will remain in- j s deflnitely. K j K „. , i, I ! Either the trustees or the street com -1 K j missioner, or both, are to blame t< r l *' iT this state of affairs, for the town has i H I an ordinance requiring that properly j t R ; fiA-nors wlmll k»on side walks in front ! owners snail k**tp smewaiks in iront of their propertv in good condition.' lulling to do so empowers the town: to make these improvements, and j hold the property for them. j i It h»« A i k ; Some of the sidewalks and cross K walks are very much dilapidated, and ; should lx repaired before snow flies. ANOTHEK SAW MILL TO UK UVII.T •k On tlie >'».»• LHt< ri>rt««* ready Begun. W , The Ellersick brothers, who expect to build and operate a'large saw mil here, arrived tmm Nl. Paul >atur<iaf t morning and began immediatelx to arrange the preliminaries foi the eon structioii of tluir mill. A force of men are at w--rk now clearing tlie t site. The mill will lx* built during j this f ill and winter, and is expect»d i to lie iti shape tor saw ing hy the 1st of next June. 'j he Ellersick's were coach of the ill-fated train, whose rear coaches were telescoped hy ' a runaway freight on the firent Northern. They describe it as an aw fill scene of carnage, which » hey hope , never to again witness. They cr*nsid ere*i themselves singularly fortunate : passengers on to t he da\ to escape unhurt, and on a.vount of the fact that a car load of horses which they were shipping west, and which had been attached to the runa sidetracked a sliort ! 0,1 I cause one of the animals had become j sick, thus saving all their horses be ing killed in the wreck. Inder the ' »ei. . . . ^ circumstances they have uu*st excel- of lent reasons to congratulate them selves. ' I way freight was time h fure th«xaccident occurred he Hi I The Republic in gives no', only all new* hut tlie news from the '* mws. out int ntws >m in* tlK!loail county-seat as well, thus making it I thc ** "w in l "*' ■ THE PRESIDENT ASSASSINATED ! j î s of of ! 'CHAT U, HI I F CMAkIMr HAkinC \ SHOT WHILE SHAKING HANDS , ! or ■ Mad Deed of a Red Anarchist PRESIDENT STILL LIVES But His Wounds Are Con sidered Eatal With the Demon in Whose Breast Murder Was Larking At alxiut 30 p. m. today the shock ing news that President McKinley had b'en assassinated was flashed over the nite could he obtained in regard to the j s locking affair, and the general infei wires. Nothing further or more defi j enee was that the president was dead. The Republican immediately wirul Spokane fnr further particulars I and through the courtesy of the Sn<> ... ' ■ l *' lil, ' < hronicle is enabled to give t he | i following meagre particulars <>f the ; j t raged v: I . i -The president was shot today at.,,„ ... , the exposition grounds at BulTah j "''il** holding a public reception, j was shot twice, one bullet i the chest and another the abdomen. | It is thought the wound» will prove' fital. His assailant was an anarchist named Fred Neiman of Detroit. Mich ; ; to , î . Ho entering says the presi I j ig.ui A later report t .i*>ti*-s while surgeons were probing *> w n ' bullet has lieen nm.oved fimn near t ne breast Is me. j i , dent was under the influence of an** At last reports the The pulse murderer tired tlie shots while lie was president's good. was shaking hands with the pr sident. It was with difTculty that the anarchist I was rescued from th • mob and taken to the police station.'' I '"•< '> ll . v - v *"*r ticket until la^^rcntral' ïlLilnud , rV ' C< ' " f f Our accomundations are the best that can be had, our traioK an* alwavs ! 0,1 tinM 'employe» courteous and 'Thnmgt tourist <ara from Pacific ' Coast to Huston via Buffalo. If you will send fifteen cent« in ' "*'"}*■ »«address given ls-low. we ^ iii forward you« b\ return tiiuii. *hh* of our large J4x-t0 Inch wall maps of the United states. Cuba and Porto ' »Reu. KhIihuI Km I*» Are now in effect to Buffalo, N. Y. Do you expect t<* attend tlie Pan American Exposition - / ■ j I — , î Any information rcf/jinling rates, ! '* , * n *. stop-<»'ers. etc., till be cheer* faMy flirili8l , rt bv ( <,ii P 11. TRI MBULL. f*omTAgt. , 1-12 Third Ntrct. P >rtla id. Ur. hlMlTKNAI col M V NEW» ITEM» ! j From Oar Kxrhansn am! (Mht*r Soarnu. î The electric light company at C d'Alene house. N. S. Luce has taken charge of the shingle mill at Coeur d'Alene and will s »ui move his family to that town from Spokane. The Modern Woodmen of America will bold a picnic at St. Maries on September 11. Sixteen camps from northern Idtho and eastern Washing ton are expected to participate in the festivities. V. W. Washburn, a well known farmer residing near Copeland, died of dropsy of the heart last Friday, aged 52. The funeral oeeured Sun-! day. Deceased had been ill for a long time. He leaves a widow and a large family. The most successful institute In point yf attendance and interest shown will I*- is included at Coeur d' Alone today. There are 78 teachers from Kootenai county and :t3 from Shoshone county, ma King a total of 111 in attendance, the largest insti tute by far ever held in this county. The sevntli annual joint institute of the teachers Of Kootenai and Sho shone counties is in session at Coeur d'Alene this week. The institute opened on the 2nd and rloscd on the ! »tii of September. A number or well \ kn ™ n ™d able educators were pres- \ ci , nt> and lhe inKtitut « is rep ,, rt< -«l to ! have been a good success in even re ' ,, , Bonners ferry was treated to a small (vox scare last NNednesdav. A man named Steve Rainforth. who had oe>en in the employ of County Com missioner Rush at road work, waaaup posed to have been afflicted with the c dread disease and many people had been exposed. It developed, howev er. that it was not a ease of «mallpnx, hut merely a skin disease with which Rainforth was afflicted. John Grant, WarrenDoty and others returned from a three weeks' cruise up the St, Joe the lirst of the week, svas the Harrison Search light. Mr. Doty informs us that no man knows or realizes the amount of fine saw tim-l*» ber that is still standing, waiting for tho ax. until lie actually gties and looks for himself. Mr. Isdy and party were as far up the river as tlie : of i i , j J oeur is building a new engine ■ ■ | ; I ferry was visited last week by tw**| i fake shows. One of the«** Was Under at.,,„ „ n. i"ie management <>f Rnht. | Montana line, where thousands acres are still unsurveyed. The Herald reports that Bonners î . ... , , , „ „ l nw,U '' j '•:lfw.ll be remembered Mr. "»ffiratc j ano his dmppe.1 in on Sand-j a f«w weeks ago. But he w..s made to "d.t up" hall rent and the ,,. The Siturday afternoon passenger service t,n the Northern I'a' ific le - G I price of a lie* use. fur which reason the j authorities lu-re have n*>t vi much kick coming as thus** of our tu igi b> *> * n <l s *>nt!nH fur the fall and w in ter. commencing tomorrow. Thin train haa not been a surcoe»» timinclal tween Npoknnc and Oieur d'Alene lias ly. it is said, and it is doubtful if ti e service will lie resumed next summer. . The train was put on especially fur Spokane campers at < *>eur d'Alene lake and was scheduled to leave Spo- J. kar.e at 2 p. in. I R*il>ert Neill, wlio has le*«*n iqx-nit ing placers at Santa camp, near Ty ■on. was in Spokane Wednesday and expr<*ss*-d himself as hHng enthusias tic ala>ut the future of tnat country. Mr. Neill said: "There are at present I Upward of 200 people working In tlie vicinity where I am interested, ami f T 'Tvl»*«iy v-ms to doing weil. I a ,,p men i,f w,,rk ( ! '*:fring * miner and stripping the krrourxl \| for fall, winter and spring work, w hen tK ' ^ r!" ^ f ° r ' ÎU ''" 1 1 •»ave had two rocker* running '"»tinually since I went into the eouu try. and have been able to pa) all the ■ lie j erected. Inside« realizing a handsome j fct î Penny. j When Samuel Boyd showed up to a ! work as superinUnident in the Camer-; «-d r . , . is ( <,ii Lu mtier company's milb at Harri- 1>r , m>u. jrecently,.he says he wa . told that ; a th«* ouipun' would get along without fur the tiuildings 1 have him. lie assert* that a contract <• Isted hy which in' »:*« to r*-*v4 v*> *r were married at ratiidki - - morning to Nicholas Sinnott, a pron inent The Rev. Father Purcell, assisted by Rev. Fa,,M ' p Van der Van of Sprague, and was made memorable by the célébra tlnn of the tirst solemn nuptial mas* «er *ald In Kuc»U*nal county. Special "l"* 1 '' fur lhc mîU * was 8U «« b - v tl '- Main * vvnm Ik,man Catholic chun-h \ ci ?Z f ^P° tane ' under the directl< ® >Tof. Pierce. After the ceremony a reception was held at Father PurceiPs residence. The couple went to Spokane Wednes day evening and left Thursday for tin Sound cities, where they will .pend few weckR ,**fure going to The Dalles where they will make their home, Mr an(IMni . sinnott were the c , plenU of manv beaut,ful and costlv wedding gifts. The following is a list of the pt ^ nls aIld lliclr donors: Mrs . N a sinnott. diamond ring: N. sinnott, diamond brooch: E. Sallcb. cut glass bowl; Mrs. T. K. and Edgar Schmidt, cut glass water set; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fish, cut glass vase undsii ver tray; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rob bins, silver colTee sjvoons: Maggie Mon aglian, silver bread tray: Mr. and Mr* Callahan, silver bread tray: Mis* e.s Helen Hart and Gertie Manor, sii ver fruit knives; Mrs. E. M. Shelly, silver coffee spoon»; Mr. and Mrs. V : U. IT mix. silver tea Spoons: Mr. aie i Mrs .1. C. Smith, silver fruit basket: i Hr. and Mrs. Scallon. silver fruit Uas , ket: Mary Purcell, bon lion l«aSk*-t and j napkin ring: Nannie McCarthy. pin tray: Mrs. S. D. Taylor and Nelli* per mont h. Other situations arc n, plentiful and Mr. Hoyd says he is *?i on the idle list. He sues the comp. - ny in the superior court of Spokac J county far one year» salary «is*, •In an ameiuied complaint Mr, Rov give* a hint of the cause of his di missal. He says he was superintend - ent of the mill in lflOO. He modest.}' observes that hi» efficiency caused hi* retention for another year under vertial contract. But business «»Hr : him to Montana suddenly and wbe • he returned tliere was no situatio wailing. He asks 1100 additional f railroad fare expended In coming bar to Harrison from Montana. Ml*« Dora Purrell l nltrM la Marrtagi NirhobH Hiuiiud, l«i Miss Dora Purcell, a niece of lath, Purcell, was married Wednesda st tornev of The Dalle--. Oregon. The mfirriage t*iok place a the church of St. Stanislaus Kotsa, i Ratlidrum. ceremony was informed 1«, a re ,Otl*v, silver pie knife and buffet j knife: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. YoM. silver j Mr Jllld Mr *. „.-alei, silver .* w Mr . and Mra. K. II. Rradhurv w;a rwh 1>r !ind M|4 S4 . It( „. ,,. r )|}U<d rIllbruld( . rcd ..«..„erpie*, Mr. and Mrs. "* hernia nsnn. silver car* rec< iver: Mr. and Mrs. (Turies tiaft ncy. cut ki.iv. dish: Mr. and Mrs Janus Graliam, carving *<-t; Messrs G illand and Ifuike, carving s<-i: Mr sp. Hins: Mr. and Mix Frank Wat#.' i silv. r t*oii Is n basket: Mr. and Mr O. Lavin and f.tmih. riiw taw tm and Mr*. R. B. Sinnott, silver desser* liasket: 'lr. iiid Mrs. V. McGnrlht . c"ffv<- set: T. Conlan and family, m • ver teapot; Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Ito chi nan, eut glass pickle dish: Mrs. M J. ' arr and daughter, silver tierr* spuon: Mrs. G. W. Manning, salad dish; Mr«. B. N. Wishard, satin s«ai s special dispatch from Ifcsdoi \| av • 1 >»'. V. Sun give* b tK . w regulations of the Boston »«*ar 1 "Owalth as to herber »fH.ps. "Mug* sha , ing brushes and razaars shall h st^r'ij/tHi after * ici, and tra): L. K. Eilert, tablecloth linen; Mrs. G. P. Mints, tea scarf Mr. and Mr*. Janies Roche, tatil linen: Edward Purcell, rug. BU» WIN'S UAKHKK KM.ELATION* B»-»nl of llrallh OMrn «IfHIInlkm of All I ha I Itarlart Ik «• ( uiluuirra. separate uv thereof. A separate, clean towel shal lie used for each iierson. Material t*> j fct „ p ^ of , dwjd „ ha n lie use,; j only In -ptiwdered form, and applied on a towel. Powder puffs are prohibit - «-d - ' Win revet Newbr.Es llerplcld is use<l *m face œ scalp aft«T filiaving 1>r h;l , r<n ,„inp t ,|, er e is no danger a« ; a is antiseptic and kills the dandnnt germ.