Lewiston, Idaho, May 31, 1888
Binnard - In Palouse City May 24th 1888, of inflamation of the bowels, James Binnard aged 49 years.
Mr. Binnard was one of the head merchants of Palouse City and a brother of A. Binnard of this city. He had just returned from a trip to Chicago where he had been to purchase goods, and was taken sick only a few days before the Palouse City nre?, but was gaining, and the excitement and work he done? prostrated him and he was unable to get up again. His remains were brought to Uniontown on the cars, and there met by a body of Knights of Pythias, from this city who brought his remains here on Friday, by? being a member of Palouse lodge. His remains were taken to the residence of his sister, Mrs. M. J. Greenburg and from there were conducted to the cemetery, by the members of Excelsior Lodge No. 27, K. of P. He leaves a wife and a large number of children to mourn his loss.