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CITY AN 0 COUNTY OFHCIAI PAPER." MVR 8 DAY... .....SKPT. 26. 1889 G A ¥0 POST NO. 2.—Meet q J\ • H,a the last Monday even |Bg ifMek month,at their hall» All comrades tnlivitod to attend« W, PBRKAULT, Ed. McCONVILLE, Adg't. .Post Corn. ^mL EXCEL'IOH LODGE NO 27» K, of P. meet « every WeJnes dav at Masonic Hall, at Levrin Idaho, at 8 , i\ M. 8 o cMvmr jonming members in good standing are invited to attend. 0. F. LLLAND, 4,0 . McComkct. C. C. K.sfK. k R. m REGIT LAR ('oramanicatlon* of Ne* Perce Lodge Ne. Id, A. F. L A. M., jkn^are held at Masonic Mali the ««con f \/\S(.t«rday in eaeU month. Sojourning hrathers are cordially invited. §, 0, MoCovkbt, I>. KEMP, Secretary. W. Id •4 gel invited to attend. B. H. Rians, R. £ 1. 0.0. F. LEWISTON lange Ne. ». Regular eeting Tuesday evcn ig* Members of other R. P. xMUDGE, N. G. A. •• U. W. CLEARWATER LODGE NO II, meets in the Mnsonie Hall the first and •eeend Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock, P. M. All visiting bretbern in good stand tag will receive a cordial welcome. W. W. BnewN, J. Ü. McCONKEY, Reeoidor. M, W. IBKSBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. A. 8 . Foster, pastor. Services every Sab nt 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. :n. Sunday •eh eel at 12 m. E" Mi i®* 23 o Y< *< CITY JOT FOITODS CITY JOTS. a In. H. Lake jew.-l»r, T.owist River, hare been rising. It was only a tall -w ean'llo. Next Tuoa-lay is settling -lay Wheat is on tho a Ivauco a lit* ■ See the rates of fare to Port! 'City Counoil meet one week fi 'Fire Company meet on IVe! WATCHES.—lien. U. hat beUbrated Rookfnril Watehe nd. un Monday, esday next. 0 for * , At the O. R. A N. •Meere" Whisker. W Exchange you W. L Thompson, of Rustic, was in the •It T on Sunday. , Geo. Frost has purchased the entire wood •drive of White Bros. ^The penalty will be fldded to the delin quent school tax, Monday. A social hop will he given in the G. d - P. hell on to-morrow evening. Agent, Monteith left for tho lower couo try Tin Saturday, ou a business trip. J. H. Gaut l**ft on Tuesday morning for Portland to attend the Mechanics' lair. C. A. Sears and wife arrived from Mt. Idaho last week en route for California. ▲ light shower of rtin fell hero on Satur day night, and «uusot f the dust to settle. J. Alexander ha* had his dwelling house raised and when finished it will be greatly improved. Several loads of lumber have arrived from the Asotin milt for the new church this woek. Jay Rhodes returned from Spokane Falls OB Sunday and inhumed us that he disposed of hil cattle at a fair figure. Tha «moke is yet hanging around in the ▼alleys and it will cause a heavy rain before H it thoroughly nettled. The tin roof is now being put or. the new Court house and 'he other finishing work is faat being completed. A, A. Harris and wife passed through hare on Thursday from Orangeville, en route to New York on a visit. Jaaper Rand and wife and Mrs L- Rowley hit on Tuesday for Portland to attend tile fair which opens there to-day. ,F. H. Grierson, clerk of the district coart, left en Sunday Inst for Rathdrum where he went to be in attendance on court Judge Logan is now holding the regular Pall term of coart at Rathdrum and his health has greatly improved during his trip OMt. W, A. Simpson and Leslie Knsggs made atrip to Craig mountain last week on a hunting tour and rrport having a pleasant time. Mr, 0- Breehtel, one of the old pioneers of Walla YA'alla, was among the many strangers in the city during the week. Attorney, J. W. Reid has moved his law offioe into the room formerly occupied by eounty attorney, I. N. Maxwell, on Main atreet. Dr M. A. Kelly, returned from an ex tended trip to the Warm Springs, on Mon day., and says he had a very pleasant time •ud is much improved in health. The ground where the new Episcopal Church is to be erected has been cleared off aod the foundation will soon be com menced. A number of cat'lc, hog and she-p buyers has, beer, in this section from the Spokane country during the past two weeks oad nil have purchased. Thesnw-n.ill of Mr Farrish, that burned down last week n» ir Anatone, will be built immediately and running again Soon as posai Id« It was rumereil here this liauis, the mm nh» -h ;JT about n year «go, had been esughi where in Kansas. If you want n good Photograph call on Baker t Church, in thegvlerv formerly -Occupied by J, W. Riggs Satisfaction 'guaranteed. Geo. Sutherland, freight conductor on «ho North Pacific, from Spokane, give us a friendly call this week and reports all woifcing well on hit run. Partita who have lately come over the Florence mountains say 'he fire, are still raging in many places, and a large amount of timber has fallen. Teams were down from Mt. Idaho and Orangeville last week and proceeded on to Union town where they loaded with freight for different merchants. Sheriff, StiffWI, of Asotin county. W. T., gave us n friendly call on Saturday. AI. ie now tha fethsr of • bouncing girl and naturally steps high. The A Nn. 1 Cutter Whiskey, for sale at the PaDee Saloon never fails to give the desired effect nod no headache the next jnoroiog. 5 K ' * ff.*i ! I A S t'OMT.—TOi STOCK ! — We bought | ion of opening branch j dened intention, heuet ! A. DAMAS. 1 of Covello, Columbia ' si'il the iKrauk pai.l the city REDUCE OVKR largely with iiiti-n store; having ahai this offer. A. E. McCall, county, \V. T., whu purch Holt place across Clearwater a hasty visit yesterday. Mr. J. Fleming, who has been confined in his room the past few weeks is able to be out again.* by^the assistance of ;he nurse, M. Stri ug, C'apt. Baughman left hereon Tuesday, *ia Genesee, for Hiparia, and he says tint as soon S9 it is posible for the steamer t run he intends starting it. J. Earls, of this city, made a trip into tin Big Potlatch century last w ck, ami report, smoke from the forest very ,1 ns-, end tin he w.»« highly pleased wit It,the country. A number of teams have been dowegfron the Potlatch during the week.with «tua' whiclr they han trailed for fir.ur a i thi Booth mill, in this city claiming that it -■ the best manufactured in tliis section. Bevor»! parties have been down from Hu Camas Prairie country during'ho past writ hauling grain from'diffuren'jplaces ninth , here, for seed, amt j they are getting a tim quality of wheat. ■ i Bunnell keeps a full linn of all kinds i stoves. If you need a stoveorhou.se fu uishing goods will save money by cal tin on him. Bar iron of assorted ßizes for sa cheap, t •Honey to 5 »an mi Réal Estate ! lower rale* th n '.-an hi' ohtsieed el?' where. W. K. Kill I ENBACI1, 4S Office at the Lewiston National p. tik The business houses I of our Jew zens will bo closed Fr m Friday Out. 4 at fi o'clock to Sa'urd-'v Oct. 5 at (1 o'clock, in objervan day of Atonement Some mischieroiis persons I ing their work in writing obscene 1 rn Ihe'nrrv jail and court bouse wn if caught it is liable to'Jh arii them they will remember. Ten per cent, money to loan on iti proved lands. Apply early. 33-tt , J. M. Howe, Lewiston, I. T. Bacon has hiy-ti quite scarce here thYpa month, l a' the time is neat at hand f been do inguage 11 s, und i lesson ! again ■ h r< g & in fillin Du 1 ht i r r f iRoii 1 -pi> it butcher no time « Tli oh Tiornoy. one f fui Thorn Cre k. gave u sa\ s a!l *ru j'r.-.> } • ring 'hat he would start in a to New York and tb®r t "Most s°ttier ( nil on l'ri '1 n\ 'lint I trip the ccupiedhy Ad Iif feiv days on i »atom states. FOR K BN f — 'he hui I lino r Univrr.altat church, formerly Mr. Fleming aa a photograph ;-a!i plv to Jas. W linn, Attorney. A. Benson's park train of 5!) picks, car rying " cargo nf'd 1,482 pounds, left on Sat urday for Warrens. This will probably he the last trip rf the season. Mr. B. will leave in n few days fo'pnmp. ' (lohlen Harvest f'c.ok Stove Ujust as pno -1 as it lo-ks. Columl-ia, Harvest, Ooci'lent, liexr-r, Wide-West and an endless variety of parlor and uffioo st-o-os nf eastern patterns st ll-iii nell's hardware store. ^ 1 Mr. Huhbs, nephew of the late Joseph ShissCr, who arrive ) here from Delaware last July, gave us a call yesterday and is now making preparations to exhume the remains of Mr. S. and takelt he in liaek for burial, nt 1rs homo in Delaware. He ex pects to be ready to s'art back some time the fore part of next month. Elegant new dinning ears will run daily commencing Aug 22, over I ho Oiegon Rail way -b Navigation Co,, Oregon Short Line : a and Union Pacific By., between Portland 1 Missouri River. The cuisine and ser vice are unexcelled. 48-tf. Jorry McGuire returned from Genesen r-n Monday, with his family, where he hnd been ottcuding the fair and races, and in formel! ns that the accommodations fur nished there, for both man and be ist, were of the best. Ho further says that they hare as fine a race track as can lie found in any country and it is kept in gond order. NOTICE is hereby giron by the un ler signed that Dr Vauderpool has cured a dreadful cancel On mo without any instru ment. It is with pleasu e that I recom mend to all persons troubled with cancers to see this doctor at Dufcr, Oregon. Respectfully, F. J. HaL'ber, 28 ly Warrens, Idaho. J. HeVvett 'and J. Akins, who left here some dsys ago for Pierce City, returned on Saturday. On arriring at the mino*Mr. 11. discovered that some poison had taken most of the tools aud dishes away, ami none were left with which to work, and it being so late in the seasnu, he concluded to return and wait until Spring, when he will again resume work. He left tor his home, in Chicago, on Tuesday. REDUCED RATES—Aeconnt of North Pacific Industrial Association. Special Kxeursion Tickets to bn sold Sept 2 ô, to Oct. 25, inclusive. Good for return jenen days from date i f sale Lewiston to Port land, $19.95; Pomeroy toPor'land, $17.30 Special Excursion Ticket to be sold only on Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 10 and 17. Good for return Jii'e days from ila'e of 8 'le. L-wis ton to Portland, $15.50 ; Pomeroy to Port land, $1200. The limit of same will under no circumstances be extended. T- J. Pf.abodt, Agent. Lewiston, Sept. 21, 1889 THE CRONIN TRIAL. The trial of O'Sullivan, Burke, Kunz C- ughlio, and others for the murder of Dr. Cronin has been on trial in Chicagi for tho last three weeks, and all of thi time has beep sp-nt in a fruitless effort to obtain a jury. Of the three hundr- d and fi'ty jurymen exaniin-d but four have beet) accepted by both sides. The 5 d-fense bus used fifty two of one bun ! tlrt-l p -ri-fntory challenges while the I prosecution hs 1 tw- nr y four— K. v. NEAQLB RELEASED. San I'iavy.si'O, Sept. 1(1.—In the Neagie Iwb- K corpus case, Judge Saw yer this morning decided that the federal court had jurisdiction in the matter, that the killing ot Terry was justifiable, and Neagie wasicloas-d Iron) custody. A bill of exceptions filed by counsel fi r the State was allowed by the court, at:.! p-nding an Bppeal to tho United Stall« , - me Court N'eagle was ordered released on his owu recognisance, with bonds fixed at $5000. \\* e hare a speedj an I pos'tive Care for Catarrh. Diphtheria, Canker Mouth and l!»ad-Ache, in 80l!.OU'S CATARRH REMEDY. A Nasal Injeemr free with each bottle. Use it if Jon desire health aod ,weet breath. Prioe 50 cent». Sold by 6 G l, aman à Co. Lewiiton, Idnho G. J. I'i gave us a 1 all iu a tin Mr. IV several frr «ere raue, largest hi the ot!i -, assessor of Latah e ' ly cull yesterday and i ling coudition In las si Fordyce presented ni me peaches veste •'« P«*«* in Tti e yet seen this sc ■'1 9] inches one unity, eports section is with ■ . winch ■ iy, the* one of I and 9£ ; A transcontinental poad Which is Said o Shorten the Dlsance 300 Miles. Niiktii Yakima, Mr. li urge M. Nig. tlm Mid I'.icifi, of Smug l'lik I»; W. T„ ■ ll.lt-l- VI. Clr; rlh V •uto f. Sopt. 1C.— ill inufjiT of ! ! Cun; any. ih liis cliiol and parly. 11 this slut d the Y.tehi by way tarty 1, ft ■ traveled i ly ! thro p tie !gll tie ! he r dnu.se t ti Pucifii ih;! Horn and wind River thence across the Rocky nd »iuwii the Siluiou and ice through the North at l'ai. nisc « Lewiston, Hk ■ unify, cl '.«in;; railway truck •Junction ; thence w-vtorly by Crab creek c.iuli-e, ci os. in g the 'Columbia river at Driest rapids, and through Moxee coulee to North Yakima; thence by way of Natchiss pass to Seattle, the destination of Mr. Nix and party. Mr. Nix Inis in his pally a topograp her, and barometic observations ami notes have been made throughout the whole line. It, is claimed that the line is three hundred miles shorter from Chicago to I'ugct sound than the other transe - -ut in--ti tu! tine. Th ■ party left this afternoon, after i short rest going up the Nat eh ess river which fl iws into th- Yakima river at (hi point. On of fir S-itur i.i proe-nl iru: the third alarm ii tue foundry situ 1 <r : t• il iti the north end of towo. Tin lire company respntnh'd promptly, fut by the time they reached the fire, tin building had Calling in. The loss to the machinery and equipments will aggre gate about $2,500. The building was insured for $300, which will about cover the loss; it being a cheap (tamo struct ute. The firm expects to rebuild — Palouse Gillette Sept. 20 a r"!' iHTBOIi ACCIDENT RE LED FTtOM QUEBEC. Qr.ni.O, Sept. 10.—To night several thousand tons of rock slid from Cape Diamond, at the end of Dufferin terrace, to Champlain street, 300 fec-t below, démoli -hing iu its course seven dnellin, Up to midnight six bodies had been taken from tho ruius, Themas Ferrell and two of his children, also two children tnicvd Burke and one unknown child Ferrell'» mother-in-law, Mrs. Aieu, an her husband, nre »till in the ruins. About twenty-five persons have beet moved from the debris badly injured Some have broken arms and legs, and others arc badly crushed aed mutilated It is supposed that at least fifty persons are yet under the ruins. The debris covers the road in a solid mass, some 300 feet in length and from fifteen to twenty five feet high. It is impossible to say at present how many are dead and wounded. Every one is working herotlnlly, and uuder liffieultios, as the night is intensely dark ind tho electric light wires havo been prostrated. Cries of "help," "help," are hear from beneath the debris, but no help can be given. Very little progress is being made in recovering the bodies owing to the stu pendous mass of rock covering tho ruins The body of a woman named Mrs, Harrison, has just been pulled out of the debris. More rocks are. falling and it is feared that the whole boulder, forming the highest point of Quebec, will give way THIRTEEN COR 1*8E RECOVERED. Quebec, Sept. 19, 1:30 A. M.—The mass of rock detached from the cliff's side left a vacant spaco of extraordinary dimensions under Dufferin terrace, and that ercat promenade is now unsafe. Thirteen corpse and sixteen wounded have now been taken out. The pecun ary damatfe will be laree. A forte of >00 men ar- now w-irkiut; on the debris La:ea' From be Ruina. —The remains - ii<1 yesterday were ■Quebi-c, Sept. 23 - v. r«i vi-dims r cuv euri- d to day. Those well acquainted with the I eaiity assert that the number of peraons yet missing is greater than fifteen, (iemral Cameron says not only the housts t-n Champlain street adjoining the ruins, but all houses on both sides and on the whole h-ruth of tho street, numbering about 900, should bedesi rttd, b- cause the rocks are daily loosening and tumbl ing down. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This i, tieyond qucition the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few d-.»es invariably cure tha worst cases of Cough, Croup »ad Bronchitic, white it, wonderful «ucce.-s in the cure of Consumption i, without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since it', fir»t discovery it hu been sold on s guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If yon have a Cough we earnestly ask vnu to try it. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1 00. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Back lame, use Shiloh', Poroua Plaster. Sold by teaman A Co., Lewiston, Idaho. THE rBOPO&ED CONSTITUTION read 'ts ; elcs of dtion This w ok Wr lay before ot the second, third and fourth the propos ■ 1 constitution for tl Idaho, lu its enactment and the organic liw of a state is a mitt r of a vast deal of more conci rn and import the people, than the mere passage which, if objectionable, can •pealed and at but Util..... ist ance of a statute be speedily and trouble sod the voters of tl, every re ratilying it at the ; 'ibuting the p' -W: rs - f tha state g iv a nt in th- second article by provis common to all the Aim ricin «tat • titutions, in the third article pre.is ion is made Or the legislative d p irtuo nt Si uate is composed ot eighteen memhers, and the House of K-'pr- sonta I of thirty . ix —never to i x o il weniy-totir in (ho one nor sixty in the. tin r. Sessions ot tho legislature' are leid biennially. Ail proper checks and restrictions to mischievous legislation seem to be provided in section l!) of this article, and the per diem and mileage' are i b V, th ill ii.stru »-nt After thi tide ■d and con Uent executive ■ii officers, duties of « of this easonuble. ft lins thoroughly Tovisions. Article f-uir provides for tl lepartinent, to omis st of sc 'looted i very two years. Th the officers and thi funetii department are very similar to those of most of the states of the Union. There onu matter, however, which will be most h. art il y endorsed by the people—the reasonable salaries. They re largo enough to secure able aud ffieiout men and small enough nut to be a burden to the t :.x payers. It is largely lue to the delegates from N z Perce that these moderate salaries were adopted. .So far as the legislative and cxeeutiv partments are concerned, their dfici ( ncy and cheapness seem to admit of no cavil. Wo shall continue to publish the instrument in installments, and approve condemn its provisions as wo deem best for the interests of the peep! W. If. Ldand, who conducts tho mail between here aud Pendleton, called on us ist Wednesday. Ho is a young man of talent, which you may suppose when you learn that he is a sou of the editor of the Lewiston Teller. Mr. Leland will have Rockford for his stop over.— Rockford Eulerprise. SPECIAL NOTICES. Jessie Moore Whiskey, of 1882. for sale at the 0. It. $ N, Exchange. Call in aud sample it. tf If you want a good steel engraving cheap, call at this office and you can get it. 50,WO pounds of Racnn, Ilam end Lard for ?ale at the meat market of Cliniiitiniog £ Dubuc, 23tf. Go to H. K. Barnett for tho celebrated Bain Wagon. The best assortment of clocks in Lewiston tan be found at Geo. 11. Lake's. 10-tf. Brighton Range is first dass, anil the best range in tho wori-1. Bunnell has it. 1 Good lead pencils for 25 cents per dozen, envelopes 5 cents a hunch at Isanian -f IV.» H. K. Barnett is agent for the celebrated Bain Ragon, in this citv* MON' IIV TO 1-0AN on improved land at lowest rates, f'ianos, Organs and Sewing Machines to sell or rental lowest figures Books, wallpaper Ac., far cheaper than you can buy of agents or peddlers. 42-tf C. A. Thatcher. Rich and Poor, Prince ami Peasant, tin; Millionaire am.1 Day Laborer, by their common use ol this remedy, attest the worid-wido rep utation of Ayer's Pills. Leading phy sicians recommend these pills for Stomach and Liver Troubles, Costive ness, Ililiousncss, and Sick Headache ; also, for Rheumatism, Jaundice, aud Neuralgia. They are sugar-coated ; con tain no calomel ; are prompt, hut mild, in operation ; and, therefore, the very best medicine for Family Use, as well as for Travelers and Tourists. L "I have derived great relief from Ayer's Dills. Five years ago I was taken so ill with Rheumatism that I was unablo to do any work. I ' took three boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely cured. Since that time I am never without a box of these pills." Peter Christensen, Sherwood, Wia. .4 M Ayer's Pills have been iu use in my family upwards of twenty years and have completely verified aG that ta claimed for them. In attacks of piles, from which I suffered many years, they afford greater relief than any other medicine I ever tried."— T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. ** I have used Ayer's Pills for a num ber of years, and have never found any thing equal to them for giving me an appetite and imparting energy and strength to the system. I always keep them in the house."— R. D. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cored me of severe Headache, from which I waa long a anfferer." — Emma Keyes, Hubbarilaton, Musa. "Whenever I am troubled with con Mipation, or Buffer from loss of appetite, Ayer's Pills set me right again.'' —A. J. Kiser, Jr., Ilock House, Vi. "A.ver'a Pills are in general demand among our customer«. Our sales ot them exceed those of all other pills com bined. We have never known them fail to give entire satisfaction.'' — Wright & Hannclly, Bon Diego, Texas. * Ayer's Pills, niMlD »T * Or. J. C. Ay»r <r Co., Low.ll, Mato. Sold by all Dealen in Medicine. Selling at Cost. AND AT LESS, Boots 5 Shoes, Crockery and Olassnare. and I Lamps Goods, Ttrys, lions, amp No P.'iint«,Oil», Window Ulahs, Drugs and Patent Medicines, HARDW ATÏE, WILLOW-WARE 1 ISooliH mid Ntatioiiory. Above lines are of well se lected, assorted and salable goods. To anyone buying one ot them a discount from actual cost of from 10 to 20 per cent, according to line, will be al lowed . To anyone buying entire stock 20 per cent will be allowed and wo will include OUR GROCERIES AND GROCER'S SUNDRIES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, WINES, LIQUORS Dress And Millinery Goods, Clothing And Furnishing Goods, Etc , Eto. In fact our entire stock of CSeneral merchandise Which for completeness and cheapness offers nducements never before paralleled. To anyone wanting to keep on the business, extra facilities to buy store fixtures and long lease at low rental of store, will be given. For further particulars call on or address Alfred Damas. A OBRES», r. •. BOX «9, LEWISTON, IDAHO. The First National Bank, OF IÆWISTON IDAHO. CAPITAL A \ It M R PM S - - - « 100,000 00 JOHN II. EVANS, Cashier DIRECTOR.«:—Govern- r M. C. Moore. J no. I*. Vollmer. Correspondents in nil the principal cities of th Interest allowed on time deposits. JNO. P. VOLLMER, President. P. C. Thump,oa. J.1I. Evans, J. M. Fix U. K. Buy nod sell 17 tf 'Schau ■■■HMBaHaaffME.-gKaaBBS ■■ win C. D. FLEMING, Geneset*. Id alio, HAS MONEY TO LOAN LOWEST RATES 1 Estate oA.IV I > LIVE STOCK Bought and Sold on Commission. Special attention paid to Collections; sa n ii i»ffvw i iwn8 i m i ' n Hurrah for The MITCHELL -IT TAKES THE LEAD FARM WAGONS, HACKS. BUGGIES, BUCK-BOARDS, ROAD*CARTS, In fact anv Thing on Wheels. Also HEADERS, MOWERS, IIAY-RAKES, Ac. Sold Agents, for this Section'," for t^King of'all * THRESHERS, THE "ADVANCE." m'L E m* N TS LU S ' ^ A< ^ ^^ ^^Vuct^a^A^B Mui' G COKE AND SEE MEMO' S« ÏOÎÜM; - CEO- W MORRISON, Agent > LEWISTON, I. T. and GENESEE, I. T L. ROWLEY. FLANINS MILL Moulding;, Door, Sash Ac Scroll Saw iug, Etc, AH work in his line made to order at prices that defy com petition in large cities. Prices to suit th. times. Giy* iiiui a can. ¥uvJ*'T' N. W. Bkearley, Pres. J. Alexander, Viee-pres. CHAS. C. KRESS, —»■At«» I»—— I* | A ( SOLID SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WAR* Waltham, Elgin, Springfield and Lancaster Watches. CLOCKS AMD OPTICAL GOOCS, ^TRcpaiiiBg cf Watch«« lit Jewelry « specialty W. F. K Ittenbach, Cashiar F. W. Kittenbach, A*s't Cyih.' TUE LEIUSTOf MTIOJiL IMIK. Corner of 2nd and Main Bta. Lewiston L V. N. W. Brearley, J. Alexander, B. Directors I W. F. Ketten bach, F. Morrio, Geo. Glasa.