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f - 1 TtRMS IN ADVAN DEVOTED TO THE ECST INTERESTS NORTHERN IDAHO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY. fOLHSS: 11 , u:\yisioa, ihauu vi-:rkitokV« thuisdav, fekkiakv 2 * i 8 »o. *3 PER YEAR 1 \ IT HI BEK 2*2 LEGIST LL •ITT MM COUNTY f'AP DAY •wHteked ■very Taursfl^yr — BY — A. LELANO & SO' Evening firms if Sutscnjiiii. at Ciii h-iî »»»C#rr fir Yea (fc|U Ifamber______ F «pajasat in ai Kl 4i»»»atiaaeu < ■ »ipir»4. ........... » »» ............ ^ 'Hi ...... ............ 1 «0 •irmai l.JCti. All [r iruo o: I subdcriptio 1 S' COR. 'id and t Sà 'S II Ml f t II). I //< LEWIS TO A . rioprictrcs MME LE FRANCOIS. Hai alt the Com furls »ii-* of • veuiencta FIRST-CLASS HOTEL This house -has been lung and favorubli â)Wa as the stranger's home. ffRST-CLASS BAR IS IN CORRECTION Ira Ac com modal iotiM lor Coin navre la I Travelers m Owner 6th and Montgomery Mt«, LEWISTON I. T 1HIS HOTEL IS NEWLY hard finished throughout, hau i ni. 11 '} 11 the MODE 1IN CONVENIENCES For the Comfort of Guests And is kept as s Mm&T-ccAs* »a « r s i) GENERAI, STAGE OFFICE Aud headipta Blag t. and froi • tor nil express line» .n.SAUX A Co, Proprietors NEW BOOT « SHOE STORE. Mal« Work, cf San Fnoisco I Make, Sold Cheap fbr Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN and MENS WEV. I p0~ AM eUuei of werk manefscture.l t< ;i,r. Rapairtug neatly and promptly done. GEORGE GLASS, Mantaon— y «a.. Lewtsbm. 1 T O. H & 1ST. f EXCHANGE, J F YOU WANT A nice drink --OR A-- good cigar. v gUa into th. 0. H. t N. Rx«Unga ,»!oob •» Mai» 8U»<' w * f Selling 1 at Cost : AM) AT UiSS. Bootss Shoes, ©rorkt and amps Goods, G lass warr. . and Ltjnp Toys, No I I lie J I * (ions, Paiut8,Oil»,U iialon l«ia»s, Drugs and Patent Medicines HAItDW VHK, W 1 i .1^0 W • W A Ii K ! lî ooks and ?«* t a 1 i o no t-y . ltible Above lines are of we lected, assorted and s S®°ds. To anyone buying one of them a discount fr< m actual cost of from 10 to 20 |>er cent, according to line, it ill be al lowed . To anyone buying entire stock 20 per cent will be allowed and we v ill include OUR GROCERIES AND GROCER'S SUNDRIES, TOBACCOS, CIliAKS, WINES, LIQUORS. Dress And Millinery Goods Cloth ng Ant! Furnishing Goods, Etc -, Etc. » I t< Iu l.ict uur entire stuck uf (wcneral Ilercltaistllite j Which for completeness anti cWupnesa offers ml ucements iie'itr betöre paralleled. To anyone wanting to keep - ü . Oil the Wsineas, extra facilities ,. ,, to buy &i-,re fixtures and long lease at ley rental of store, will he givei. For further particulars call on or address Alfred Damas. ADDRESS, LEWISTON, IDaW CITY JOT3. 1 Whisk itli»rland cam ■ama on Saturday eventuf! ' 11. I.aka is »cent fur • hr •'1 Watohe». ^ v. 1-Tohanre »un can ft W, ,|„ie Moore. I r,from Wallace : Inv isit. a ! I Tuesfl -. H f. Y .inti» left 'tin the stc utter on i} T ra visit to I'n/tUnd. Online is uunin nb^e to be .out on our 's ami is fast jnyprnvin^. it w a/ the cohlest nI^fit of the season, the thermometer regutei in_- 10° lie lu w 0. K (.l Yetll has mr-uij^tn loan m nest teryiis and at lowest rates. S tf. "J H. Irvine was ever from F \m on Tuesday on business before thi Office. f rid Mr. C Bee «on wl'o Iu - )»f fill t i'ii!' i his he ! wit . fever the [> st month is rapidly impro •iup • M. I. firm nhnrg came over from Spuk fine Falls m M t T'V on a visit. Thanks to him f. r a Int R'.view. The hill t.< rth of us w «s blockaded with Nnmv ii Mm lav morn ng but the stow flows dune g »öd work. Try Ouci ;< ntal Balm; Every bottle war rant . I' . u»l\s croup in fif'een minutes Fur sa lo hy I $ C j lC-6w The wa'er h s been taken out of tho water ditch and will nu ho in again until ihe w athcr toftvns Up ornc. Il 1 linden -.ml. and fat lily arrived on Sat » I'd 'V from < runpt-ville ami proceeded on Mund tv's st< aint r 10 Po rtlaud on a visit Om niervh »nt.« h» ve began to receive theirs f'l'H nd summer goods and business of all tinds 1 as began to brighten up. Jrss ie Moo •o Whiskey of 1882 fb.r sale at the O It. j N, Exchange. Call in ant 1 sump! e it. tf The lecture on Temperance by Mips De Vellii Z was argely atie tiled in the M. K. Churl Ii on S unlay even ng. \Y. A Sin nanti pnrch used InHt week, the re-i.U noo pr. perty helot ging ttf Mr. Boyer FOH KENT.—Furnishi 1 rannt» for gen tlemen. A good lucatbn. Apply to 20-4 w Mus. T. S. Billi.nos. A. VV. Talkin^ton came down on Mondny from Mt Idaho <■ :• r if a to Salt L®ke where he will probably r . . luring the coming summer The A . No. I Ci. '.ter whiskey has still the lend and its reputation heretofore will he proved to you if vou drop into the Pal acn saloon where it iß kept for sal#*. steamer .arrived onTliu r aday and Sunday with piis-engera and freight and iß now making her regular trips, urriving Sirnhiv ah' 1 Thursday and leaving ou Moi day and F ri da y F ri da y 50,00(1 pounds of n«\v Bacon. Ham nnd Lard far sale at tho meat market of (din dinning jV Dubuc. 23tf. The Latah house, owned by J. D. Kane, at Cetiesee, was totally destroyed by tire on Thursday last. The fire sought in one of the rooms upstaiid and before assistance could be given it was beyond control. Those who wish trees fur the spring use wdi do well to anil on S. J. (»»'noways who i« n«*w in this ci«y and agent for one of tli«* beat nursery s on the com at. 18-tf Snow f« 11 in this city on Sunday night to the depth of about two inches ami on the higher table land it fell to the depth of sir inches. This is the heavieet snow fall hero this winter «od will cause some of the stock to greatly suffer. !tl€»ne? lO S oan on Heal Kstnte at lotver lîltî'H th ii »'an be obtnined else wher«'. >W F KKTTKNBACII, 4S Office at the Lewiston National Bank I. Hattab*ugh, of Moscow, gave us acaV last week and reported all doing w«dl in that section He started for home on Monday but while ascending the hill to Uni ii town he encountered heavy biiow drifts and was compelled to return und go by way of Uenesee, J. T Camphell hereby informs anyone who is desirous of having horses ranched for the win'er can do so by applying to hiui or leaving orders in Lewiston Pos» office. Terms reasonable. 6 tf nr leaving or.Jer* m i.ewinwni ron'omce. Anyone having «ti-ck lost »HI ilo well tn in form him, if they desire lo fin-1 them. The lower paper, give the name of C. M. Clay a. Iwoug Appointed Register of the Land Oifice at this place to t«ke the place of K. K Patterson, who resigned. We «re informed that C. M. D>*v of C.nia» Prairie . t ... . . n aspirant for the position ana many think that there is a mis print in the name ; amt that hr i, the p»rtjr -ho the position anti, if so, we can truthfully "*» h ° W ' U make aR ° 0d ° fficer ; u . The* wonderful medictuc of the »gets Occidental t'rram Balm. It D w.rr.nted | to cure < 'roup Sore Kyes, Bruise», Ulcer» | sit by 1 "' T ' V ■ t -' nJ . b <-.. C0,m,, "trJ° r I IsAMAX ■)' Co * 1 :\sisl.\U A T ( OST. —TO ! KKl)U( K ON Mt STOCK ! —SVp bought j larg ely with intention of opening hr auch Antes; having abandoned intention, henc# J 'this offer. A. i>AMAS r ' ~ I 1 the World'i t of 3tl7, Jasper BaHa'ook country last week. Chicago has scour a 0^15' H. Wax a ml C . citv from 'irangevilli The thermometer nigh* tv»s 38 arid I WANTED. A oirl tu tlo Kti()imc ut the resilience of I p to the northern Pu ho, at l <>: it ion to Tb lower the f< L. t'lias. tty-f, nr p dun, helm trty at tile S,annus ] Sampson y I'resc upp. r « mrchaa' upwMn luatcil Hft :t, Ar ou Tues. lay 30 below t) jouerai house Urostein . rowned at the beside-* ist week fron >f five huudrer r Genesee, tht lollars per 1 Itv land in of the best mialiti an-l is a good invi'stnient. .LOST, STRAYED OK STOLEN—From Hunk it »ril » farm near Walta, one [loan Mare between D and III yearn old. will weiutt between a lOLOand 1100 pound», Lr.'inled H 1! connected with bar on top Any one finding Iter will hu suitably j rewarded 22-lm Tb» f A T. P 11 w* tine of tit ci* popular dr:»: h a in the ('». It. Hall on Satur day evening. l'hey ha vu heretofore given first class satis action and are entitled to liberal patron ge from our people. The title ot the tira ma is "Down by the Sea " (■ive them a g< od house and thereby en courage home alent. 3IOM-.V TO 1,041V on improved I ltd at lowest rates. I'ianos, Organs ami Sewing Machines to sell nr rent al lowest figures ßeok», wallpaper At* , far citeaper titan you can buy of »gents or jteddlers. 42-tf ft. A. Thatcher. E. Hu Honhore ■d, 1). V. Willinn etnrneil from tlmi s and Eugene trip np Snake stormy weather there, so much so that they were unable to accomplish much in iIkv way of furthe r prospecting the mine. They brought out sotno fine speci mens of ore taken from the »Silver Hell and Ray the* boys are well nnd doing good w< r i on their mine with bright prospects ahead. The Indian, Titus, who was sent from the Nez I*- r<'" reservation, by Agent Rob bins, to (hdville to g°t the confession of Potlatch F nny regaiding the killing of tho white man in the l ifer Rout mountains a year ago. returned here on Saturday last an 1 reports that lie seen her but could not talk to her, ahe Liking to the brush on see ing Li in and they looked for her aU one day but were unable to get her. The Indian that was taken from here to Missoula for trial lias been convicted nnd is sentenced to !»-• hanged on March 7, and it is said that if Fanny's confession could be obtained it would be likely to save his neck, but she is afraitl it will implicate herself too much. She says the Indian that was killed uear Spokane last summer was the one that cam in fr-d the murder. Titu» reports seeing rhi' f Joseph aud many others of the Nez Perce warriors. NO'TICK is hereby given by (lie under signed that Dr. Vanderpool lias cured i dreadful cancer on me without any instru ment. It is with pleasure that, I recom mend to all persons troubled with cancers to sec this doctor at Dufer, Oregon. Respectfully, F. J. 11 AUßER, 28-1 y Warrens. Idaho. HURRAH i FOR THE FIVE RAILROADS that are pointing the 5 r way to Lewiston. On account of depression in business, S. W. »Scofield, proprietor ana manager of the Lewiston Seed Company had contemplated moving his Seed »Store to some more prosperous city, Lut on account of the railroad pro-peets and the certainty of some of them being built, has decided to continue the business nt Lewiston find therefore has appointed B. Scofield agstit and with the new stock and the* testing procès* which the seeds arc now under, will be al'le to offer to hi« customers first-class seeds. Store wiM he open at the obi stand on the 15th of February, opposite Bunnell s hardware store R' member six papers of see l at 25cts. All such are. warranted and if they do not give satisfaction with fair treatment [ will replace «he same with other seeds B. »SCOFIELD, Agent. From the Review of the 23rd. we clip the following items, dated Ft'b. 22. A dam pavo way near Fresco!t, Ari*., and 40 persous known to have been killed, and a whole village destroyed. A decree bus been issued abolishing the Lenteu fast, owing lo La Qrippe. John Jacob Astor died this morning of heart disease Ha was the son of William und the grandson of John Jau .h, the f'.unJer of the Astor family. Great excitement rrevails in St. Paul ■ % ; about rich mines in northern Montana as $ 100 , 0 0 0 per month is being taken out. v ^ The Helena Independent, (Dem.) of .,, , | »he 10th.. says: "Congre* will lose DO | time in dragging Wyoming and Idaho r I into tho Union." j " in i of MEMORIAL AND RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF HON. JOHN LEE LOGAN In the Supreme Court of Idaho Territory. To the Honorable Supreme Court of the Territory of Idaho. Your committee heretofore appointed by an order of this Court to prepare a suitable Memorial with [reference to the deatli of Hon. John Lee Logan, late Associate Justice of this Court, beg leave to report as follows: John Leu Logan was horn March 5th, A. D. 1S4S, at Salem, Virginia, was educated at Washing ten and Lee Uni vtrsity, at Lexington, Virginia, nnd was admitted to the practice of law in 1801). lie began tho practice of his profemdon in the City of New York, with tho firm of Day, Lord & Day, with whom he re mained for five, years, when he organized the firm of Logan & Mefiis, in 1880, and continued in oetivc*practice until March 14tb, 1888, when Mr. Cleveland ap pointed him Associate JusHeo of this Court. Hard work'and study at his profession had already sown the seeds of consump tion, and upon his first appearance among us it was apparent to everyone that his days of life and usefulness were limited, and that it was a matter of but a short time until he would be taken fr mi us. On October 11th, 1885, he was mar ried to Miss Gertrude Tucker, daughter of Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, who accompanied him to Idaho, and whose wifely devotion, continued with unfailing attention, served to prolong his life, and smooth his path to the grave. He died at Lewiston, on January 15th, 1890, passing away quietly and without pain. An or the or by ! pain. Tt is to bo rrgrettod that he did not enmo among us in tho full vigor of health and strength. As it was, wo could dis cern in him quali'ies of mind and char acter, keenness of perception, a thorough and scholarly knowledge of law, nnd that elevation of mind which gentle breeding always brings, elements which, had good health ahd physical vigor ac compauied them, would long have made him an ornament to the Bench. His brilliant tnlents nnd his kindly und social qualities made him many and lasting friends and admirers during his short career among us, who can think of him only with affection and regret. Therefore, Your committee offer these resolutions: Resolved, That in the death of John Lee Logan, the Rar of this Territory has lost an able member, and an ornament to the profession to which he was devoted. That we tender to tho family of the deceased our »innere and hearty sym pathy and condolence. in mm uuuuuicuut my uiiu cum,« v s. ! That these Resolutions and t Memorial be entered upon the reoords of this Court, and a certified copy thereof be foiwardcd to the widow of tho de ceased, by the Clerk of thia Court. Respectfully Submitted. j Richard Z. Johnson, Committee: ' James H. Hawley, I F. Ganahl. Supreme Court, | Idaho Territory, j I, Samuel H. Hays, Clerk of tho Supreme Court of Idaho Territory, do hereby certily that the above and fore going is a full, true and correct copy of the Resolutions presented by the Bar, and ordered spread upon the records of said C >nrt. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and [L. S.] affixed the Seal of said Court, this 19th. day of February, 1890. Samuel ii. Hays, * Clerk Supreme Court, Idaho Territory. The bast assortment of clocks in Lewiston ud be found at Geo. H. Lake's. 10-tf. Ordinance 107. An Ordinance to provide a license for the busineRB of I (raying, Carting, Trucking and Hauling and to prevent the fftmo without pucIi license. The City of Lewiston doc» ordain as follows: Sku. 1. That no person, firm, company corporation shall engage in. prosecute or carry on any business of Draying, Carling, Trucking or Hauling within the corporate limits of the City of Lewiston until they shall have first obtained a license therefor. Skc. 2. That there shall be paid to the City Treasurer by the person carrying on the business mentioned in Section 1 of this Ordinance: For each one-horse dray, c«rt, wagon or truck for carrying goods or mer chandise, lumber, wood, stone, earth, sand or gravel, or o«her substance for hire, either by the month, flay, trip or job, within the city limits, $2 50 semi-annually; and for two horses. $5 00 semi-annually, and $2 50 for each additional two horses upon the sam*» team; thereupoa, with the receipt of the Treasurer (which shall aefc forth the business for which license is desired,) they shall apply to the City Clerk, w|—sfh&J 1 issue the license to the party $TfV«y |n g 1,1 accordance with the receipt of the treasurer. Sue. 3. All licenses issued under thia Ordinance shall expire on the last day of each semi-annual t**rm, corresponding with the fiscal year, Viz: The thirty-first day of December and the thirtieth day of June, and shall he dated from the first day of the month in which issued: Sf<'. 4. No license issued under this Ordinance shall be'transferable and shall be so expressed thereon. Sko- 5 Any person, firm or company who shall exercise, carry on or transact any business mentioned in Section l of thi» Or-i dinance without first having taken out a license therefor as required by this Ordt* nance, shall, upou conviction thereof before any court of competent jurisdiction, he fined in any sum not leas than five dollar» and not more titan twice the amount of such license and the costs of prosecution, nd in default of payment thereof be im prisoned until such fine and costs are paid, not, however, exceeding twenty day» Se«'. G. It is hereby made the duty af the City Treasurer to repott to the City Attorney all person» who fail to pay for license five days after ihe first day of every t*rm or of the day when such license should have been taken out, and upou euch report t i« made"»he duty of the City Attorney to pr. secute all such delinquents for a violation of this Ordinance, who »hall be entitled to receive therefor a fee of five dollars which shall be charged and recovered as costs against the defendant. 810 . 7 . This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force*from and after ita passage and publica» ion. Pasted by the Council Feby. 17, 1890. J. M. HOWE, City Clerk. Approved Feby. 17» 1890 D. M. White, Mayor. Presidential Nominatinoa. Washington, Dec. 19.—The presi dent to-day sent to -the senate the foi lowingjnominations: Registers of land offices—Albert F. Dixoo, at'Snsanville, Cal.; Edwin Waito, at San Francisco; John W. Lewis, it The Dalles, Oregon; Charles M. Clay, at Lewiston, Idaho; Winfield S Cobeau, at Iloswel*, N. M.; Alfred W. Strong, at Spokane Falla, Wash.; John Martin, at Prescott, [ Arif. Webster L. Stabler, to'be agent of tho Yakima*Indian agency, Washington. John Kelly, to bo supervisor of. the census for tho first districtJof^Oregoo. Mrs. Frank Corbell received the sad and shocking intelligence on Friday last, that her father, David Williams, was ! |Q( j injiami, killed at Conoonnelly, Okanogan County, a few days previously Rumor says that ho was in a saloon' at the time he received the fatal wound. Mr. Williams was a pioneer settler at Lewiston and was well known by freight ers, packers and miners in the early his tory of this country.— W. W. Union . Boston, Feb. 19.—An official state ~ ment of tho Union Ptcifio tntiro_system, shows the gross earnings for tbej twelve months, endiog^Deoember 31st, *188», ss $39,713,000, an increase of $620,000 over the "previous year. Expense*, $2,501,500—an increase of 517,000. The net earnings were $14,698,000 (or 1889, andneresee over 1888 of $103,000. The people cf Lewiaton ^rejlizing', the advantage of railroad connection with Spokane Falls, have made a public [spir ited offer cf a subsidy to any line that will build an a extention in time to[ carry the crop of 1890. Every encourage ment should be exteededjby the eitiaen* of Spokane Fall*. Suoh * [conpeetiew would open up edditional territory to the merchants here, end add fresh^preetig* to this eity. — Review.