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liUY Art« ùiUJftT» UfrlClAL TAT H. «,,, TEL I* ER h.u rCr Inrgrtt circulation oj oau paper in North J'iakn, T'lVRSPAY..... ............1 r LY 28. OXFORD ACADEMY. ITi »itoh Teller:— Plccse allow space fiT '.hi- fulLwing (run Oxford, Binglaiu county I Idaho : This little town is situated on the west (TO side of the valley «bout throe tnilri* Iront the railroad, and contains nonr 200 inhabitant*. The streets are R'ido and clean, the houses well distanced, and the town is bein^gjtid'y planted in trees to break the force of wind and sunshine, cod to decorate as well. Of business there is but little. Gen erally the streets are as quiet ss those ol Goldsmith's "Deserted Village." One year apt the people aided by the Metho dist Church Extension Society, built aud furnished n 81200 church, and a pastor was secured from the Ohio Wes leyan University, Delaware, Ohio. On coming to his field the New West Com mission withdrow from their school wotk in this place, and nt the people's request, the pastor re organized and continued the educational work. An academy was or ganized nod catalogues issued. A copy of the catalogue will be sent free to any one applying. It is proposed that if a sufficient number will patronize ibis school, that tnouey will be raised to buy grounds, put up and lurnish tbo neces sary buildings, including a boarding hull for ladies and young scholars, to be un der the direct supervision of the presi dent, aud furnish teachers for an incor porate and permanent institution of learn ing regularly graduating its students. This town is well adupted to that end— qnet, and away from the temptations most fatal to youth. Room to grow, fine plaoas to buy and build, for those who can bring their fumilica here, and rcsi dences already here where young men can find boarding places. For tho com ing year ail students will board in private families where they will be well cared for. Parents, if you are interested let us hear from you, for the cou.i.ig year will decide whether or uot these advant ages will now bo given to your children. Let us not loave education .behind it Idaho. Encourage the instructors to re main here, to make of Iduho's youth teachers and statesmen, meu and women who wilt bo an honor to themselves and monuments of intelligence and upright new in their nation. Write to Rzv. J. E. Turner, Prea'd. Oxford. Idaho. WHAT PER ? CAT FDR. Tks Varied and Valuable Dees Whloh Poor Pussy's Hide la Put. It is estimated that not less than 9,000.000 kittens are annually brought into this sinful world. Of these the greut majority are miserably drowned—a practice which is destined shortly to be done away with by the recognition of the oat u a fur-bearing animal. Ruga of ■elect maltese and tortoise shell are al ready quito expensive, and excellent im itationi of various furs ore made in this mateiial. Taxidermists, too, are adver tising for kittens by the thousand to stuff for ornauiential purposes. At present the only purpose to which they are ap plied in this country is the manufacture of carriage robes, but vast numbers of them are sent to Europe, where they are in demand for costs and bats, dressing gown linings and other garments. The pelt* come from all parts of the country. They are gathered by pro fessional collectors, who supply them by the quantity at regular schedule rates. A common cat skin is worth five cents, a pure maltese ten cents and a black ooe twenty-five cents. The cheap kind must be dyed before making up, but the blsok and maltese are prettier with their color unaltered. A carriage robe of the best cat fur is worth from $40 to 850 There are always plenty of stray rata running wild in the rural district*. The Maine woods are full of them. Thpy breed wonderfully fast, and it is good ■port popping i hem off the feLces and store walls along the roadside .—Boston Herald. W. W. Union: The contracts for the* snow sheds on the Cascade division of the Northern Pacific have been finally let, Messrs Hoffman & Bates were ■warded the contract tor the sheds the west aide of the mountains, and Hugh Gleen & Co. on the east side, W. R, Abrams, of Ellensburg, is a mem ber of the latter, and their coo tract will require 11,000,000 feet of lumber. St. Peter—Who knocks? Heathen— One whom the missionary has sn-tebed from the burning. St, Peter—What musionery ? Heathen—On from An dover, Mas*. St. Peter—Please take a ■eat for a while to the brash bespott the left of the gate I can't tell until the ^A.0lover controversy is settled whether yot ore save or damned.—New York Independent. Drawiup ib* Color 1 ioe. Atlanta. G*.., July oil.—There L > lull b.-tore the Georgia l.-Jsiaiure, »u titl. cl •*» bill to regulate the manner ■ ' c.' conduct of - educational institutions in ibi state, ai d to protect the rights of color, c und wliitu people, and also to provid. penalties." It provide* that no sih ol m other educational institution ci-idui-le lor (be e ducation of coli red pi i pd tb receive as a pu[ il any white pi rsi n, an nu schiwd or educational instil nt i. n > I nLite pet pie shall receive as a pupil ; n colored person. Any teacher or mam g-| er- v iolating it shall ho guilty of a tuisde-1 meaner, punishable by a line not to ex- I coed 81000, and imprisonment not to » exceed six months, or any or all in tin discretion of the court. It tlm insti tutton is chartered, not only the teachers, but tile presi.' of the board of trustees or other persons filling corrcsjKinding offices who shall knowingly permit tide act to be violated «re subject to indictment and punish ment. The hill is said to bo aimed nt tho Atlanta uuiversity, an institution built by the American Missionary aseo ciation with Northern money for colored pupils, because hull' a dozen white stu dents, children of the prul'essors, are be ing educated there. The lute Judge L- P. Poland, of Vermont, was a man of excellent native wit. Once he addressed a county fair small New Hampshire village, The day was hot ; the address was long, when the judge went home to dinner with a good Congregational deacon he felt depressed in miuil and body, for ho knew his host was reputed to be "a blue belly," and that tho < illage was temper ance to the extent of universal total abstinence. His host said : "Judge Poland, you have spoken nearly two hours uuder a burning sun ; you are sixty years of age ; you must be very tired ; wouldn't you like something to drink?" The judge was delighted, und answered in the affirmative. The good deacon went out and returned with a large pitcher, which he placed upon the table, saying: "There is some of the finest milk you ever saw ; drink all you want." The judge telt disappointed, bat he tried to conceal his chagrin, and pouring out a glia* of milk, tried to swallow it with good grace. He soon discovered that the milk was as stout und as deftly concocted milk punch as had ever irrigated tho aridity of the judicial throat, and after drinkiug two tumblers in quick succession, be brodght down bis glass with emphasis upou the table, and fervently exclaimed : "Good heavens, deacon, what a cowl You.may talk about Alderneys, Jerseys, Durhnms and Hois tems and other kinds of fancy cows, but if your cow continues to give this sort of milk perennially, she will be the queen of tho herd book on that question.''— Oregonian. or If a secretaries, members | ly at is That Honey Dew. —In rejrurd to an item copied from the Benton Lender , concerning honey dew on grain, Mr. F A Homing of Corvalli* writes that it is re markable. He bas been harvesting prain on bis place lor thirty six years, aud has never before seen the like. His horses and binder were daubed over with it as if painted with syrup. The samples of wheat be sends corroborate Mr. Horn ing's statement. Of course Mr. Horn ing is not responsible for the exaggera tion statements of his newspaper frieuds and is only anxious to obtain some infor mstion concerning that wonderful amount of honey dew in his crop. He says the grain is extra good, averaging 4} feet in height, very clean aud thick in the ground. Of course, everyone who read the item knew it was some fun of Pipes Si Wells, and did not suppose that Mr Horning had given such an exaggerated accouut of the matter. If any one knows what is the cause of hoDey dew, or has ever seen anything like the amount in Horning's grain, then let us hear from him. The Atchisiu Globe has discovered that the man who wants to do some thing wrong is never lost for excuses, a rnay be seen by watching the man who driuks whiskey in the winter because it is cold, and in the summer because it is hot, who also drinks it because he feels good, and again because he feels bud ; who gets druuk because his wife has gone away on a visit, and gets druuk ;sin because she has returned Robinson meets a friend who lost his wife the day before. "Allow me to offer my sympathies. Let me see—you were married—" "Thirty years." "Ah,yes. And it's hsrd to lose a wife just as one is growing a little used to her."— Judge. : It the people in America would find halt as much fault with their représenta tires in congress as they do with their base ball clubs, this country would be much be ter governed. — Philadelphia < Inquirer. _ The boy^^ecir^ the world | on fire wil 1 never do it by smoking e i„. ■ rT . . : arettee. He Will simply burn ont his own energies.—Baltimore American. I » The beginning or disease is a slight debility or disorder of soma of the vital orgnna, the stomach, the Uvtr or the bowels usually. There are dyspeptic symptoms, the liver la troublesome, the skin grows tawney and un healthy looking, there era pains In the right •Ida or through the right shoulder blade. The climax ia often an utter prostration of the physical energies, perhaps a fatal issns. But If the difficulty la met In tima with Hwtetter'a Biomach Hitlers, which la al ways affective aa a remedy, and It should be resorted to nt aa early stage, there will be no reason to ap ' nd those Injurious subsequent effects ______________ bsequ upon the system'often entailed by entir cured diseases. Far better is It, also, Ioe ploy Ibis sat* remedial agent in lever and ague, and other malarial complaints, than quinine and other potent drugs, which, even , whan they do prove effectual for a time, ruia the stomach and impels the général health. ! Ur. g..ii ivtui.ey 1 v a Cur«* all Kidney j trouble*. Oregon KiJtuy Tea ia uature's own ! •tuieily. Excitement in Smthern Oregon Groat oxcitotuont ha*» been caused in | the vicinity of Empire City by mere markable cure uf James Curtis, who lias been suPerin^ froui Kidney disease for »ix years IIo had become entirely helpless and was given up to die by a*.. Four pnek aires of tho Oregon Kidney Tea restored him to complété health and vigor. For sale by all druggists. Snell, Heit.shii & Woodard wholesale agents. 3 FLEEPLISSd NIGHTS, ma«!« mi»«rjif.lt* by the terrible cmijth Shiloh's eure is the leino dv for ym. £->ld by i>r. Aioxky. THAT HACKING COUGII can bo so quick ly cured by bbi'ob's Cute. We guuruiute il Fur ».tie by L»r. J. Q. Alt*nicy. CATARRH CURED, health uni swtot breath »found, by obiluh's Cutatrh Remedy. Ciioe 5a cents. Nusal injector Iree. Fur suie at Hr. Moxley SHILOH'S V1TALIZER is whnt you need for Constipaiiuo, Lues of Apetite. Dizziness. aed nil symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle, For saie ut Muxley'a. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaiut? Shiloh's Viializer is guitr autcedtu cure you For tu.e by Di. Moxiey. For bine back, side or chest, use ^hilob's Porous cluster. Price 2j cents at Moxley's, MlILOU's COUGII and onsumption Cure is sold by us on a 'guarantee, it cures Con sumption. For sale at Moxiuy't drugstore, CROUP, WHOOPING COUGII and Brou chitis immediately relieved by bhiloh's Cure. tor Sale at Dr. .Moxley's. IP K E FOK PILES. Piles are frequently prececded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower pun o tho abdomen. cuuMng the patient to suppose he has some affection of the kidneys or neighbor* ing organs. At times symptoms of indigestion are present, flut'ilency, uneasiness of the stoin ache, eto. A moisture like perspiration, produc ing a very disagreeable itching, utter getting warm is a common attendant. lRind, Bleeding and Itching Pile» yield at once to the applica tion of Dr. Uosnnko's Pibt Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the I umors, allaying the intense itching, and ei leoting a permanent cure. Price ohots, Ad dress, The Dr. Bositnk 1 » Medicine Co , Piqua. O. Sold by.Muxley, the druggist. 3 1y WORKING CLASSES £ We are are now prepared to furnish al! classes '»'h employment at home, the whole, of the time. • r for their spare m<>uientt. Business new, light und profitable. Persons of either ' sex easil« earn from Ö0 cents to $0-00 per even ing. and a proportional sum by devoting all their time t«> the businoss. Boys and girls earn nearly us much us men. That a>l who see this mav send their address, and test the business, make this offer. To such as are not weil satisfied we will se'ud one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing. Full particulars and out Qt free* Address Gkohqr Stinbun A Co., Portland, Maine. can live at homo, and mnk y at work for us, than Is in th* world. Co pit ed you arc started free alt ages. An.« une*c an d nke iu<»re moo J thing t tltMMi* do ibe work iaHrt<e earnings su « from fir*t start. Costly outfit and terms free« Better not delay Costs you nothing to send us your address and find ont: if you are wise you will do sont once H. Hallutt A Co., Portlund, Maine. J. K. VINCENT, AUCTIONEER, LEWISTON. I. t. A IA BUSINESS ATTENDED Id Proniptlj «na Kslthfullv I ti Oregou Kidney Tea is for sale by al druggists. Oregon Kidney Tea cures all Kidney roubles. COOK & SCHCBERT, WAGONMAKING AND BLACKSMITHING! HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY t**Kepairiug promptly done, *t moderate prices NEAR BAIRD'S STABLE, LEWISTON . - IDAHO 47 tf GOLD »•Ida are «carre, bat thore who writ« I» StioMm A Co., Portland, Mala«,will rewire frre, full Information about work which hofno,tbal will pay MIKE HE! Sm^e'jLaTs^^ Situated on Lake Waha 20 miles from Lewiston. NplendidHummer Hesort. Good Bar Attached ich ere the best Liquors and Cigars are Kept. 810 00 50i Animals fed at town prices. 31 3m C. E. FAÜNCE. FRISCO SALOON. HOBT SMITH, Proprietor, ™ E FIKST CLASS SAL00S 0F THB C,TY Be,t Liqqnr. and Cigir« sIw.t. on hand. »tiled Dreka » apreixlty. Billiard and Pool tablet run according ta the new Ian. <UVE UM A CALL. 3Tlf Ami is Lent a 1 j ti'|3*T-€IsAS3 f£ O I' S U ! GENERAL STAGE OFFICE And headqmtrterr for all express lines run » r: i to and from Lewiston. WR8. K. SAl'X à Co, Proprietors W E. T iT«l>«rlak* Corner ftlb and Mou!g-omery Äti, LEWISTON I. T. ■ WiffS HOTEL* IS NIWLY BUILT I Lard finish«.! throughout, lisa all the SiOHËiiï» < 0XÏEXIENCES For the Comfort of Guests ' 4 .y-t IÜHELdeFRIICË. LOR. Sit killt C STREETS. LEWISTON, IDAHO. MME LE FRANCOIS, Proprieties Has all the Cum fort« aud convenience* of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL This house has been long and favorably known as the stranger's home. FIRST CLASS BAR IS IN CONNECTION. I'llra Accommodations for Commercial Travelers. OJÜR GROCER FORTH E at CHOICE [7 Natural Le at JAPAJysdn YOUNOH OF1TE o, smiMAwsra SAPüEir BEST TEA IN THE MARKET FOK SALE BY ALL DEALER« LEWIS'!ON, I T. "M! "WEST-TEST" SEEDS sections. NTtM.'Kat bbop-Seed Priest*. WEST-TEST" GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. O Parket»« your choice poet* paid. rent». 9.% Pnrkei lot«, papered nr in t oik at km«... ■ t«rn»» and Tree Need« oor arrrialtv. LEWISTON SEED NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JACOB EICHENBERGER. FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHCE MAKER, LEWISTON, IDAHO. CUSTOM MADE Bouts and Shoes on Hand. Repairing*rNeatly-j-Done I have the finest lot of custom made boots and shoes on hand that was evt before offered to the public of Lewi.-ton. Boots and shoes made to order and a fit guaranteed, All of nty goods in stock are of the very best quality and are for sale at prices to suit the times. Opposite Kay monel House. JULITTA SALOON JUUKTTA, I.T. Casper A Flrsb, Proprietors. Tha beat of WINES, LIQUORS and CI (1ARS, atwaya on hand. For good refresh «enta atop in at tha boya. 3öcL 60 TOWN LOTS FOR SALE 1 By applying to R J. MONROE, at J. Rand s law office. Main St., you can buy a GOOD LOT IN THIS CITY i Reasonable Tenns. A number of lot* are in the Sicanson addi tion. Apply early. 20tt the CHICAGO **» MQRTH WESTERN tfU RAILWAY. t Till: BEST ROUTE AND SHORT Omaha Council Bluffs —Chicago. The only line to take for De» Moines, Mm »halltown,* Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Dixon Chicago, Milwaukee, und all points l n.*t To the people cf Ncbiaske, Colorado, Wyoming Utah, Idaho* Nevada, Oregon, Washington and California it offers superior advantages not possible by any other line Among a few of the numéro«» points of »uperiori'y enjoyed by the patrons of this road between Omaha ani Chicago, ere its tw • train» a day of DAY COACHES «*hich are the finest that human art and ingenuitv can create; PALACE SLEEPING CARS. Which modal» of comfort and elcvance; Its PARLOR DRAWING ROOM CARS, unsurpassed by any; and its widelv celebrated PALATIAL DINING CARS, the equal of v. liich cun not be found cDewecre. At Council Bluffs the trains of the Pacific Ry connect in Union Depot with those of the Chicago & Norhern-western P»y. In • hicago the trains of this line make close con nection with those of nil Eastern lines. For Detroit, Columbus, Indianapolis, Cin cinnati' Niagara falls, Buffalo, Pittsburg. Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York! Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and ul points in tho East, ask the tioket agent lor tickets via the "NOHTH-W ESTERN " if you wish the best accommodations. All tickets agents sell tickets via this line. M. HUGHITT, R. S- HAIR General Manager, General Passenger Agent CHICAGO. ltily. Ail Infringements on this Reg istered Trade Mark, or Imliation thereof eulrulaied to deceive Use public, Mill he prosecuted to the fullest extent of (he l aw. Ever) genuine paper of this favorite and popular Tea bears ihe name of MACÜNDARAY k TO m2* sav t n tveo* SUGAR CAKE MACHINERY Manufactured uy Blymyer MFg Co Cinn. 0. JAMES LIN FORTH, 11C Front St. S:m Francisco, Cal., gen eral agent fer Pacifie Coast. Delivery made from depot in San Francisco or direct fr**in the factory whichever is most advantageous to the pnrehaser. Illustrated catalogue and price list on np plication. fiOBr Wo will also send, free, our treatise on Sugar Cane, aud the apparatus necessary fur making syrup sugar. 80 3m CAUTION TO Dealers and Consumers. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Decked by ^a.i Franclscu and Ckicagu Houses to resemble our FAMOUS BRAND OF TFA. a w K to be made. Cut this out and return t" us. and we will send you free, something uf gr»*at value ami iuip-rt ■nee to you, that will start you in business which will bring you in more money right away than anything else in this world Any one c»n do the work and live at h me. Either »ex 1 *11 *xes. Something new and just coins m -n»*y fur ail workers We start y u; capital n<*t ueelod. This is one uf the genuine, important chances of a lifetime Th«>»e who are ambitious and enterprising will not delay Grand outfit free. Addrets Tans A Co., Augusta .Maine. C. W. SHAFF. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O#o» on north ,ils of Usin ltrMt, ovsr First National Baak. Sl-tf.-i FORSÀLE! 70,000 boiILdeb trees. ONE YEAR OLD. ^-4 PcrTliousand -AND ALSO mm s&asa sasa 25 ( cuts Per Pound. \Y. MR AS. «u Colton. YV. T. H. T- MAUGWICK, CARPENTER AND BUILDER LEWISTON IDAHO, TUTTPS PiLLS 28 Y EaS^^ U8E7 Ths Grastest Mediça^Tnnmjli of ths Agit SYMPTOMS OP A TORPID LIVER. LoMof lippetite» lloweUcostivc, Prit« Ik Ik« head, with a doll sensation la tha back part« Pain under th« »koalier» blade« Fullness after eating, with a dis» Inclination to exertion of body or alll« Irritability of temper« l*ow spirits« with a feeling «f having neglected some duty« Weariness» Dizziness« Flattering at tha Heart. Dots before tbo eyes« Headache •Ter the right eye. Restlessness« with Étfal dreams. Highly colored Urine« and CONSTIPATION. tUTT'S FILLS aro especially adapted to such cases, one dose effects such a Chang'- of feeling n s to astonish the sufferer. They Increase the A ppetite,and exuae tha body to Take on Fleali.tiiu« the ayatem Is aoarlsked. nni by thru* Toni© Action on the DläestiveOrsransvlIejritlarStoolssre pr«1uc<^l^Prlc^22£i^t»SS22J™SSai2yti TUTTS HAIR DYE. Gbat Hair or Wuiskerb changed to a Qlosst Black by a »ingle application of this Dte. It imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously, bold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of |l. Office,44 Murray 8t., New York. TIIK Meat Market. ! f LIMHMNt. A DIBIT, I - PROPRIETORS. BEEF, AIUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS SA L SAGES, The host of meats from tho Mock and by the quarter, and served in good style* Vçl. Prices Low. 13tf LEWISTON BAKERY BON TOO VER Y STREET, LEWISTON - - . IDAHO B read, pies and cakes; also oro series, Coufectiunarv, Liquora und Cigars. GEN 7 S' FURNISHING Goods, Family Groceries, Etc., S. WILDENTHALLER: 23-tf THE LETFEL improved , to Win i-Mill Fngine made of iron The simplest, the strongest an 1 m *st durable in use. Gives more power iu a light wind than any other mill known, Also IRON FORCE PUMPS - -AND SALEM WOOD PUMPS. P D. SPURBECK, Agent. 23 (jene.e., I. T ESMOND H ;USE. Uniontown, W. T. M. FERSCH W EILER, Proprietor Board by Day, Week or Month. This house is the best in the town, and board with ludg'ng will be furnished verv reasonable A livery and feed stable is in connection with this hotel. .3 qi. CALIFORNIA EXCHANGE. JOHN SHUTTE, Proprietor. In th* building formorly oocupind by Volin.« MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY FINK WINKS. LIQUORS, CIUABS, ETC Main St. Lewiston* I. T. 9-tf • • NEW BOOT S SHOE STOKE, Sale Work, cl £ an Pncisc 0 Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN snd MENS W| &T- A'lclnrsea of »-„rh monuf,ol ur .i rdcr. Repairing neatly and promptly don e " GEORGE GLASS, Montgomery st.. Lewiston, I t irrßlvvrn* —— HISTORY OF THE WOULD, A full and authentic account of the LEADING EVENTS In the career of the In.man race ln,i n the beginning of civilization to iu pre.ent time. DO I\< X OVERLOOK THESE FACTSt This is the only complete histarv ol the world published for fifteen years This is the only original comprehen sive cyclopedia of Universal History. This is the ocly Duple» History 0 r the world. Iu no other history of the world caa you fiud such bcautiiully printed map, charts, diagrams and illustrations. ' In no other history of the world can you find such a comprehensive plan, charming style and original method, ' In no other history of the world can you find such graphic detail-, elegance of language, and scholarly arrangement. In ft ct, it is a complete historical li brary in itself. SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. W. B. KAKIN, A B t, 82 3di Ne* Perce County, Idaho. GOOD ASSORTMENT No. I. F UIT TRES n SALE. At LEWISTCN N0RSER7. On east end of Main st., Lewiston. I. T. 21 EVANS & WESSELS. J. 33. 3VLEISrOJVrY, COFFINS! CASKETS Furnished at short nolico snd at rinsonabls rates. Main St. at head of Ath, L*oUt<m. 34 tt •jÇ-i^TLÏ g ^Sîïl PuKlUvdy curetTii! GO duy* KV Or. Il urne «Licet ro«Xi :t*itrllv llr It » rua«, combined. U unranirctlth# •'iiiy otto in tin? wut hi K encraliitt u cunt innoUH Electric it Muguriit • ir' iircriit. Sfientlflc. Powerful. Duiabl«, Lf/Ærxmt trithlo and Rffeciive. Avoid Iratid*. cured. Nendst umi foi |iamt hi«U , AI.MIKI.EC t ltlC I1KI.TH roil DISEASES. II. HOHNt, investor, 191 Wams» ave. Chicam. D. D. BUNNELL, agent at [Lewiston Idaho. 31. ly. WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLE And other« «uffering fron .nervous debility .exhausting Ichronio diseuM, prematare ■decline of young or old ere y positively cured by l)r. Homo's famous Electre* etle Melt. ThouMmk , ... ...« x-nion have been cured tglantly felt. Patented and sold Id same belt. Eire trie Electric! years. Whole_____ _ _______________ _____ . Nuepeusories free with male belts. Avoid worthies* im* itAtion* and bogus companies Electric Trusses fsr Rupture. 700 cured in r 85. Send stamp for pamphUL Oa w. i. Home, invutos, I8l waiam Av., Chicaos. i). D. BUNNELL, agent at Lewiston, Idaho. 31.ly. DR. D. B MORRIS, DENTIST. A PRACTICAL DENTIST OF SURGERY has located among us, snd would be pleased to make and meet friends among those who ds* sire work in his line. For the present his of fice is situated over Glass' boot and shoe store, Main street, Lewiston, Idaho 31 tf. CALIFORNIA BREWERY. NEAR BEAD OF FIRST ST., WB SGERBER BROS, Prop'i LEWISTON. I. T. CALL AND SEE US ». P. UEIRTBVSfi. PLOTHf NO V CLEANED, -AMD REPAIRED TO ORDER« 15'3m Sd Street, LI WIGTON. J LUMBER On flfth at. bslov Raymond Brass Will keep od hand all kind* of Lumber, r Common lumber 118. per thousand- ^ all orders left with J. B. Menomy, is Lewis!* will be promptly tilled. John By master. Uliilei, 2Ttf. ALONZO LELAND Attorney-at-Lawr, LEWISTON, IDAHO T1KRIT0KT. WUlpreetlw in nil the Coarts ef Berth IW»