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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Th* TSILKR Am thr largest circulation oj « any fHtprr t» .»orM Idaho, — THURSDAY . ......NOV. .0 1SS1. FREIGHT DISCRIMINATIONS. In March 1870 tho legislature of Washington Territory pusse.1 nn act to p .. .... ■ c • t,,„ ,, : prevent d »crimination m freights on i railroads and »tcamfoatsin \\ ashin, Territory. We h ive not before us the ; text of that act, and h»nce cannot say that the act was perfect in all its It may had some, defect provision which could easily have been remedied But from cur recollect ous of its pro visions the intent cf the act was to make * ■ law that wou'd compel freighters to carry for urtitorin,rates over the same distance, and to carry in the order of time that freights were furnished, and that no shippers, n r any class of shippers should have any preference | over others, either in time of shipment or in the price of shipment. It seems thatthislaw did not suit Mr. Villard or his ompaoy, and they male such representations to the pre ent legiilature of Washington, and offered sufficient inducements to influence that body to repeal the act, unexpect edly to the great mass of the peop'e. The knowledge of this repeal has led the yeomanry of the country to study more closely the effect of this repeal, and to many thinking men it appears to be disastrous, in this, they believe it will almost entirely destroy the free dom of the individual farmer in tht ahipment of his produce to market over any of the railroad and steamboat lines, and force the farmer to sell hi produce to others who can gain a pref erence in shipment, and to sell at. such ' price as thé preferred shippers arc dis ' posed to give, or not sell at all. This will place the Urge dealers and ship pers in a position to make nil their is to he.made out of the products of the country oTer and above the naked cost of production, and leave the poor far mer nothing os a profit upon his labor. As for instance the Walla Walla, and Portland hoard of trad?, or the Tacoma board cf trade, or any other organiza tion, or individual man who has ahuti , dant means to buy large quantities of wheat, flax or any other grain engage in the business and goes to one of the transportation companies, fi.d says we will have 25,000 or 50,000 bushels of grain to ship os soon as the lmrvi st i - gathered, and we want it shipped us soon aa it ia ready for shipment, and we expect you to ship for us at > educed rates. If joi ship small lots at $8 pci ton, we shall expect you to ship our large quantity for 6 or $7 per ton, and oven they may demand a lees pr ce. JkU right sny the company, since you havs to largo amount wo will accede to your proposition and ship at your pro posed rates and ss soon n y u are ready for the shipment. The harvest cornea Some fifteen or twenty of these combination» have their wheat rMdy for shipment, when the market . price it high, and they have enough to . load the trains snd the boats for ' months. During this time a farmer Raving five thousand bushels, and bo ing desirous to ship it while the price la high, applies to the transportation company to have it shipped. "Wc will ship your grain at |8 per ton, but wre cannot do it now, you will have to wait till all the grain wo have engaged to slÿp for these other largo shippers is carried over our line." Well ho ,, .waits. The large shippers get their grain to market in time at reduced freights, dispose of it, get their money, . and go on their way rejoicing, me&n . tiuiSkthe market price declines, and when the farmers five thousand bur li e's arrives in market at high freights, it can find tro sale excepter reduced rates, which will leave the farmer to i suffer the loss, whereas, could he , , . , have shipped when he was ready, he eculd have made a good profit, and gou his way rejoicing. The above is one illustration of a law Which fosters discrimination in freight charges, and it is only one among a thousand where discrimination is practised. lienee, the Washington Legislature in repealing that act leg ialated for the henelt of the rich men and combinations of rich men, and •gainst the poor man and the man of moderate mcAns, a ho bas products to flhipt under the want of protection to Â# farmer which the repe.il of that - farowhoa. Let us geo what may hap ; # 04 |What is 1 kely to happeu in I a twelve mouth. Wc now t the Northern Pacific Company, timOregon Railway and Navigation njr, th# Oregon Transcont'uen r Oregon and Çalifor Goapauy, the Oregon - Company, practically under , . and Sj a hand-maid * h#vc the Oregon Im provemoot Company, which is' to play into the hands ol all of these. This combination has the control of all the transportai ion lines of the northwest, rinj consequently can lix, and laise er j -, their own rates of chorees to w ^ | suit themsrlves, and without a law to ! they can dis Portland and Walla \\ alia gave favor of, nnd against | use. Mr. V.llard, the prevent disenmation.;, criminate in whom they p nominal head of all these, in his | sp. eches at .Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, fui nt outline of the plans of th"se com patira. While he urges tho rich men of Pui tin ml to go and take possession of the great shipping pert" of Fuget Soun 1, yet lie intimates that tho Ore gon Improvement company, or some ! other branch of these organizations will furnish ware house facilities on tho Sound, and intimates that they will have ships their to take off the wheat to foreign countries, and fur ther intimates that they may bo in duced to buy wheat ca3t of the tnoun aims and ship on their own account. With all these facilities in their own hands, and with no other trnns porfation facilities to compete with j them, is it a difficult matter to see the power they will have over the people of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, and also in Eastern Oregon, in regard to the price of grain designed for shipment, and the price for trans porfation so long as they can make the discrim nations in regard to freight Charges and time of shipment, which the repeal of t at act warrants. We think not. Villard has promised that there shall he material reductions in price of freight if the act was repealed, and we learn that the Walla Walla board of trade and some others have already had freight reduced. Well, what of it ? so long as the large ship per» can have the preference m time of shipment. Don't we all see that this reduction avails the moderate shipper nothing so long as he has the privil ege of shipping only after all the large "hipper" have got through, and prices has declined 1 As an advocate of the interests of the whole people we protest against these discrim nations. We protest against tho ra'lroad and stoamb at companies, who are all un der one management and having no competition becoming tho sole pur chasers of our products, nnd the s de ware houso men, and shippers to for eign ports. To say, that if they had all these facilities and power to them selves, they would not use it to oppress ha producers of the country, is saying hat ineorportions have souls, the truth of which saying has been exploded long ago. We re ready to accord to tlies-companies any and all privileges a" such which will not tend to render the great mass of the people of the country vassals, ekeing out a fife of hard servitude to enrich only the cor porations that hold sway over them. "Live, and let live," is our motto. PETITION IN CIRCULATION. • Th* IFu/cAimin publishes tho fol lowing pietition which it says is being circulated and that many aro eager to sign it. Our leader this week discuss es some of the phases of the question involved in the petition: To the Honorable Legislative Asxcm bly of the Territory of Washington The undersigned, your petitioners, most respectfully represent that tho prosperity of Eastern Washington de pends upon a reasonable and just rate sud manner of carnage of the products ot the country to the sea board by rail roads, and that in our judgement tho act of March 1st, A. D. 1874, had no effect except to promote this great need, though it was defective in some particulars; that the repeal of that Act leaves the producer in a much woise c ndiiiou than formerly, and among those evils are the following: "Officers which control the railroads may now enter into combinations to purchase wheat or other produce and charge less freight to this combination than to the other pers ns, and by high c !' ttr S r8 , t0 otber . s - s Pf c "' aUs and mak * themselves rich, at tho expense of ex pense those others, and thus cause as low a price as they choose to lie paid to the producers. As the inducement for such officers to enter into such an op pressive discrimination is great gain to themselves, and anxiety on their part to have this law repealed, would be caused only by a desire on their part to enter into such combination to eu rich theroselvcs. We witness their success in that direction in the repeal of this useful statute with alarm." We aro firmly of the opinion that the statute should be re enacted with amendments so thaV each person may procure carriage of freight from the same place, over ths same dictance, at the same rates, and so that the ruilr ad shall not have power to discriminate as to the time when freight shall be carried, and shall be compelled to transport car- and freigh' in the order of time when tke same is offered for carriage. For these, and many other reasons, we most respectfully, but urgently pray, that your Honorable body will - en . act \ Uw w, . ,ieb wi ' l P r, '. vent the , d! - j criminations of freight charges ah*ve mentioned, and y- ur petitioners will 1 ever prav, j When will the road to Orange City] and Taxas be Finished. ! If this question is asked once it is ' asked twenty times a day in this see tion. Wo cannot atvwer. The fiist'panjr, announcement was that it would he | ! completed hy the 1st of October, then it was deferred to the 10th, then again | to the 20th, then again to tho 10th of j November, and on Sunday we asked a | gentleman who came from the vicinity "f the road, when it would probably be ! finished and his reply was that it would require two or three weeks more time. Admitting that it is com will tie the chances of shipping grain over it? It is said that a part of the ! grade on this road has a grade ot over 1-10 feet per mile, and that now it is all their heavy locomotives can do to haul two or throe empty cars up the grade. If this lie so how many cars loaded with wheat can be hauled up it when the track becomes icy in the month of December? WhUky Deaths. We consider Lewiston a healthy j p*aco, provided people obrerve ti e or The murderers of J. Hink ley, at Franklin, Idaho, havo been captured. Heavy snow storm occurred through »out New York state Nov. 4, and also in several of the New England states. dinary law-6 of health. Several of our old residents have succumbed to the grim monster and been carried to the cemetery on tho hill. Of these not less than 11 have come to their death from di.seises induced by the habitunl and excessive U30 of whiskey and other n'clioholic stimulants and dissipation, Sr me of these were among our most prominent and influential men, and while in the vigor of manhood. An old citizen who has watched the pro gross of events, tlie other morning said to us, that nine tenths of all the deaths among adults in our city were directly the result of excessive whiskey drink ing, and upon reflection we are in dined to believe his statement true. This is a sad reflection, and should be come a warning to all young men who are forming the h .bits of drinking and dissip tion. Somebody is responsible for this excessive indulgence in a habit that forebodes death at a prematun ago. Who are they? , . i Several shipwrecks aie on the Atlantic coast. rcportcil The Portland Standard calls in question tho policy of Villard and seems to foreshadow a vigorous war upon him. The star route cases have com menced to be heard. A motion to quash tho information against them has been urged at great length. Several of tho journals of Oregon and Washington begin to suspect that Villard is not the great benefactor of the people that he proposes to le. Gov. N EtL, of Idaho, has gone oast and will bo at Washington on the as sembling of Congress. Mr. Siogiser, the secretary, will till tho Gubernatori al chair during his alwenee. Cascade it Dalles — W e want have the portages at the Cascades and Dalles opened by canals and locks, be fore the people will have complete re lief from their bottled up condition. Senatorial Aspirations. — It is claimed that Villard is pav ng the way to l»e elected senator from Oregon, if not to get there himself, to get his next friend there. The land league of Ireland still exists and flourish 's, and the government seem to get no hold upon them. Miss Parnell, the daughter of the imprisoned man now leads and keeps alive tho or ganiza ion. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. GEOROR It. RILEY. LAND "FFICE AT lawiitnn I. T. Nov. 8. 1881 N r OTlCE 1- HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE lollowing named senior hs> filed notice of hi» inteution to make final proof in support of his claim, .nt »»cur« final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty d*v* from the date of th notice, vix: Friday Dee. 9 1881, I -p. m. »I this office Goorge H. Riley, Pre-emption D, 8. No. IL'18 for the se qr no qr see 8 and »J nw qr and sw qr no qr sec 4 tp fin r 5 w , and names the following as his witnesses, vix: A. 1*. Coop vr. D. B. Church and Alexander N- rri» all of Lewixton I*. 0. Nei Perce ouuntv I. T. J. il Hows 5-4w Register. fiÜjFAHMINßTON lit 1 ! HOTEL. THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS, Northof Snake River Can be had al Ibis House. Th. labte if alirays supplied with th« bc»t tho market afford». J. U Marriaip. Prapriator. rarmiagloo, W. T. Not, 1, ISSI. Mf Jt JJ. D. Sanborxe, Esq, formerly of ^ hllg bet>n appo i nte d p urch as ing Agent for the western division of the Northern Pacific ltailro d cona whose headquarters will heat Portland. Mr. Sauhorne being shrewd business man and well posted ; |iti business circles in both Ore: ;on, Washington and Idaho, will hr ng to his office good business cap icity and have no doubt that he will make a lipete n company, and faithful agent of the — MARRIED. WK GI1T BEARD -Nov, fi nt the ltav noud H< this oitv, -V Justice Hu If -u. \ni;is Wright to Orudelle Heard, both u! C'ulu uibia co inly « . T. I. F .OAT, NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF-. N. P. BKkSON land offipk at Lewiflt n 1. T. net 1" ISSI vr OTICF IS 11 Kit 1 BY < i IV1 : N THAT Till. A folio wi tig named » tiler has filed u..t ce nf his ihtentio final proof in supp • rt of his la im, un<i secure final eutrv there..! l the expiration of thirty d j vs f r* m the dale o ' this n tiqe, viz: Sul uni , Nov. 1U lr-81 III A Nl before K. A Snnidson . J B. Mt his office in Gen esee precinct Nez Be reo couutv I. f. N Is B. »■era •n. pre cm pti«n !»S. 1 14«t for the si } R|.„ 29. tb. 38 n r 4 w un •names the folhiwi >2 as his \ finest i*. viz; IV Pauls, A. Lear. E. Cab! son und 11. 11. tfinilh all of Genesee B. O 1 T. J M Howe, ! Register NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. R II DAUBER To \V. F. Kcttenhaugh and (.arret A. Kel ly and to whom it may concern, LA a ll Or FIDE AT Lewiston, I. T. Oct. I» 1881. N otice is herebygiven that the following named settler has filed notice nt Ina iijteutiun to make final proof it, support ol hi« claim, and "coure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, vis: Monday Nov 21 Issi 10 a. m. at this office, Robert H. Barber, pre-emption DS. No. 1357 for the w.J nej and w J sej eue 15 tp 35 ii r 5w, and names the following aa his Witnesses, viz; I. ('. HaUabaugh, j. M. Kokin and \\. 11. EaLrn all of Lewiston l* Ü. I, L. I J. M. llnWR, 3 Register. in NOTICH TO CREDITORS. On Petition of John II IIaye3 ancY Oscar H. Dupuy. OUI Kit OF Til K roTHT. NOTICE IS hereby given to ail the creditor» of .John Ii. Haye* and Oscar II Pupuy, copartrer.- un der tho firm name of Haye» »V Dupuy, d ing buiimMs at Moscow, l. T. to be and upper, be fore Norman Buck, judge of the first judicial listricit, Iduho Territory, ot his chambers in the < i|ty of Lewiston, i. T.,on the 2bth day of eibber A. 1). I*SI. rji d show cmiHe, if any they have, why the pray, r of said petitioners, din II. Haye» und «'soar H. lJupuy should >t granted, declaring «ai I petitioners \n IveHt, und discharging them fr« ui their debts (liven under my hand uni the seal of said [ L- 8. J court tüis October 19, 1 HS I. II. SQKIKU, ____2-Iw < lork. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. V (HIUX, V> . I ., \ I N 'OTICK 18 HEREBY the following named LATS T D OFFICE AT Colfax, W. T., Oct. 10, 1831. BY GIVEN THAT _ d settler has tiled notici)! of his intention to make final prifof in support of his claim before the register and receiver at Colfax, W. T., on Nov. 29, 1881, at 10 o'clock a in. and secure final entry thereof viz : Nathan T. Shirley who tiled I>. S. No. 1485 for the ei uel o£ sec 11 and se] of eec 2 tp 13 n of r 45 c, w. m. and names tho following as Iii.h witnesses, viz : Albert Green, Noah Green, Frank Thompson and Halter »S. Craig »dl of Clinton P. O Washington Ter. J. M. Aumstkoso, l Register. NOTICE FUR PRE- MPTION PROOF» LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T. Oct. 26 1S81 S. B. UKFS. N 'OTICE IS II kkkby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hi» claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expirHtion of thirty days from the date of this notice via: Monday Nov. 28 1881 10 a m. at thiè office, »Samuel II- Likes, pre-emption DS N. 1030for these.] ne] sec. *20 and w£ nw] apd ne] nw] sec. 25 tp 34 n r 5 w" aud names the following as his witnesses, giz: VVm. Stevenson, T. H. Guerin, vV. M Fee, and J. A. Lathrop all of Waha l*. O. Nez Pierce county I. T. J. M. Howe. .3 Kegister. N c NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE *AT Lewiston I. T. Oct. 24 1881. C. I. COOPER. To Henry J. Gale and John Butler and to whom it may concern. OÏTCK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE _ following named settler has filed notice of his Intention t«> make final proof in support of his oil mm, and secure final entry thereof nt the expiration of thirty days from tho date of this notice, viz: Friday Nov. 25, 1881, 10 a m. at this office, Christopher I, Cooper, for Ü 19 lot 4 sec 28 and lot l and sw] mu] and ne] sw] moo 29 tp. 36 n r5 w r , aud names tho following as his witnesses viz: F. Holt, A. Viles, 1). W, C. Punwell and H. Newell all of Lewiston P. O. Nez Perce county I. T. J. M» IIowe, Register. CONTEST NOTICE. U S LAND OFFICE, Lewiston I, T, Oct, 31 1881 piOMPLAINT BERN ENTERED AT \_ythis office byJ. \V. Whitcomb agaiust Wesley Cox for abandoning his timber cul ture entry No. Ib9 dated pril 27 1878, upon the se] section 35, tp. 35 n. range 5 w, in Nez Ptrce counry, 1. T. with a vi w to the cancellation td said entry: contestant al leging that said Cox has wholly failed to cultivée and plant to timber, any of said tract as required by law, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this of fice on the 10th day December 1881, at 10 o'clock a. in. to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said alleged failure. 4 J. M. Howr. REWARD ! A »Uitable reward will lie given to any çer»on or perams who will furnish any in formation concerning the whereabouts of JAMES DONOVAN, who mysteriously disappeared from hia home pear Mt. Idaho, I. T., on the night of August 30. 1881. Andrew McGuirx. Mt. Idaho, I. T„ Oot. 17, 1881. 3tf LOST. Two half breed roan ponies, about 7 year« old, br|aodc<i 4 7 on right hip, and Spanish brand. Suitable reward paid for their return to N. Pi Stage Company, Spekanc Falls W. T. LEGAL. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. THOMAS H, HARRISON LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T. Get. la 1881. N 'OTICE I" HEREBY GIVEN THAT TI1E following- name! settler has file.l notice of hit inienti'.n to make final proof in support of bis elaim, ami secure final entry thereof at tho expiration of thirty day» from the date of thia notice, vix: Saturday Nor 12 H) A. w at thia office (bornas H. Harrison pre-emption I)S No, 1304 for the lots 3 and 4 and sej awl sic 18 and nej uw i aee 19 tp 35 n r 5w, and names the following as his witnesses, viz; C A Thatcher. J W Kigby and J ltand, all J. M. Howe. ltezister. of Lewiston I. T, NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. M C TRUE LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T., Oct. 12, 1881. 'VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following-iiarm-d settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final en try thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz : Saturday Nov. 12 1881 10 a. m. at this ofllee Mark C True pre-emption DS No. 1491 for the n£ st*] and ne] sec 24 to 40 n r t*> w, and names the following as his witnesses, viz; N W Hawley, D G Estes, Ii MoGiegor and IT S Suiratt, all of Moscow, Nez Perce Co., I T. J. M. Howe, 1 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Col ax W. T. Oct. 7 1881. .fOTICE IS llERrBY GIVEN THAT Rowing named settle has filed no nake final proof in sup 3 the U. S. Land office mi tice of hi port of h at Col fa v W. T. November 25 IL8I, at 10 o'clock a. in. and secure final entry thereofviz: Edward H. Mx<>u. who m.ide hollies tes I appli caiion No. 891 "alia Walla series, for lhe ne/ sc*o. 35 tp 12 n r 4 • c w m, an names the fol lowing as his witnesses, vix: Nelson ^keels, F. M. Hanna, Bhcps (lose, Edward Skeels, Thomas b* haften and C. B. Stewart, I*. O. Uniontown. J. M. Armstr »no . 1 Register» N NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, THOMAS P, RUBLE. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax. W, T. Oct. 6 1881. notice of his intention support of his clain id office at Colfax V I nt 2 «»'clock p. in., n OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T the following-named settler has make final before the T. Noveiiibc »ecurc fi na 1 _________ Ruble 'who • mesfo.td application No. 1475 for the w id oA nw] sec. Is tp 13 n r 4 c, w n names the following ;is hid witnesses, viz N, Hooper, A. B Maxwell, J. P. Brow John .-kevue. J. M. Armstrong, Registe HAT filed groof r 23d made Northrup A Moore of the Moscow steam Saw-mills have out a large lot of first ami second class rustic aud flooring which they offer at reasonable prices fur cash. LEWISTON AND MT. IDAHO Stage Line. R. C. BROWN & CO., Prop's. TRIPS Dlll.Y. SiuiKtays llxcrpted. Leave l.evviN"on. 3 a. in. Leave . 111 . lilalto A u m. trrivc at both places Op in. Frtighl taken on reasonable terms. O F F I c E—Hotel de France. Mme. Le Francois, Agent. 50-tf T..L '.LEARWATER Flouring Mill, —AT— M'.U ISTOA, IDAHO, 1 8 MANUFACTURING two brand» of Flour. The best brand exceeds that of auy other Mill, and is worth on. Dollar Mo» p« Barrel, Than any Manufactured in Idah<\ Washing ton, Oregon or Calif*rni;t. The other brand ? good mei'oh.'tntiihle fl-mr. I am inanufactur ing nt the rate of seventy-five Barrels daily, and shipping os fast as i can get ransportation. I Buy Wheat and pay €a«h at the Market Price. WESLEY MULKEY, 48-tf Proprietor. Please Don't Forget |k«MSicr| THAT I WILL SELL -FIRST CLASS- -AND ORGANS, EITHER FOR CASH OR ON INSTALMENTS. AT LOWER RATES, Than any other inhabitant of the SOLAR SYSTEM. 1 am agent for some of the be«t and tho moat beautiful instruments now made. I get lowest factory prices, and wifi sell LOWER Tim ANTBODT. Dou't be CaJ.'led in o paying Irani »IOO to IHH) more than la neeeaaery 1er good Plano* or l)r|iui on Account of their Nameo, Nor into • nying any of the Slop Shop To •trumenU that claim to hare 27 »top- when they have but three of any un, and that claim to hare 10 aetta of reeds when they bar. but 1 and five-eight». no30t-16 C. A. THATCHER. MISCELLANEOUS. C. A. THATCHES ® SON, -DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Gents Furnishing Goods, HATH, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES, STOVES, Tinware, Hardware Crockery, Notions. And everything else to be iound in a well-regulated store, ■WE SELL FOR GASH., And by so doing we are enabled to undersell the majority of dealers who carry large book accounts, and who in conse quence are compelled to charge the cash, as well as credit buyer, more for goods. 50-tf A. MCGREGOR, - - DEALER IN - S. T. Suits'Celebrated WHISKIES, Bourbon and Rye Pcacli and Cherry Brandies, S. T. Suits' Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. ALSO KEEP ON HAND A FINE QUALITY OF IMPORTED Brandy, Sher y, Port Wine, A N 1 > G T . These liquors are very dedrah'c for Medicinal purpose.* on seeount of their great itrrngth nnd purity. Try them, and it not wh.it they aro rco »lumen od to be don't buy them. Shipped direct from S. T. Suits' J>icti/teiy, Maryland. Main Street, - BÆWI 8 TON« SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. IiOEWENBEBü BROS. ARE NOW OFFERING CREAT CA£ 3 CAINS IN SPRING^hRf TO MAKE BOOM FOU THEIR Mammoth Fall Stock ! We have the Jin st lot of HOSIERY in the city, and can offer you the biggest bargains in ilry CJooiIs i (lulling* YOU EVER IE-1 t3T Come and see for yourself. 48-tf GENERAL HEWS DEPOT I J. F. Kennedy. S. G. I savait. J. F. KENNEDY & CO. -DEALERS IN Books, Stationery, Cutlery, Cigars, Tobacco, Fancy floods Etc. Main St. 48-tf LEWISTON. ilLLil ftiL.u ---ESTABLISHED IN I8G1.__ o BRECHTEXd, MAXÜPACTURKR OF BREAD, CAKES AND PIE --AND ALL CLASSES OF- *^C RACKER Fire Proof Building, - WALLA WALT,/ 2-03-tf Great CLEARANCE Sale. ' -J. J. BONNER,-- --DEALBR IN-i_ AUkind» of O'LS.y V UNISUKS, ATLANTIC and PIONEER WHITE LEAD, BRUBHBS, WINDOW GLASS, Wall P M'EU. ROKDEKS, WINDOW SUADBtl. ItOtIBS, WI.MIHIKS, COAI, OIL, Etc., Sold at the Lowest Prices for Cash# ^Î^Xext door to Tost Office, Lcwuton, I. T.-W^ iVfta.