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—BY— tl. A. FORESMAN, Editor and Prop'r. One year ............ it.. <...........$3.00 One year, in advance....................2.50 Six months.....:............................. 1A0 Three iponths..............................75 Advertising rates made known on ap S licatlon. Locals continued and barged for until ordered out. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAI'ER. Entered at the Lewiston Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. The Genesee excursion bids fair to prove an entertaining success. It is well for people to meet each other upon occasions like this, to consult each other's interests, and study the re sources and advantages of their neighbors. Why is it that someone don't make a move towards getting up a Fourth of July celebration. The American eagle ought to have a chance to flap his wings and scream here as well as felsewhere. It will only take coopera tion and a little work to get one up thàt will be a success. The real enemy of the workingman Is the fellow who eats Up other people's jpodUfttion and produces nothing himself. The monopolist, the specu lator, the idler and the professional politician are only the main few who are to be classed as the real enemy of the working man—the producer—the treater of useful things. The Palouse country, famous for its agricultural resources, has been making some wonderful discoveries in the line of mineral wealth. Water in nbut) bance has been made to gush out of the ground in flowing wells; and now coal In large quantities has been struck at Tollman. Such happy results there should lead to Investigations elsewhere. With cheap fuel and plenty of water, steam power and manufacturing inter ests will come rapidly to the front. The superintendent issues the fol lowing Important order to all census Supervisors: "Please instruct the enum erators, In cases where persons refuse to answer the questions on the popu lation schedule with relation to phy sical and mental disability, and the questions relating to farms, homes and mortgages, and to enter in the proper 'column the worfta: 'Refused to ans wer.' No further steps .will be neces sary on the part of the supervisors or '«numerators. All legal proceedings Vlll be instituted at Washington through the department of justice." The following from an exchange contains good sound sense, and the one that practices it will be the winner in knote ways than one: Everybody can be a boomer. Keep your money at home. Patronize those who patronize you. Spend your money among home Institutions where you stand a good chance of getting it back again. Every dollar you spend with a home man finds its way back to your own pocket. A dollar spent in some other town goes to build up that other town. Figure the thing down fine and you lose money by buying things away from home even if you get the article at one half what it cost at home. Remember and act accordingly. The celebration in Idaho for state hood seems after all to have been a little premature. The bill to create the glorious forty-fourth state still lingers in its passage through the senate. Papers abroad first began to hint that it would not be reached this session and now home exchanges assert the same. As often as an effort is made to fix the time for debate in the senate some measure is pushed in ahead. Congress, like the mills of the gods, grinds slowly. When, however, on occasion, a bill affecting- a corporation can be rushed through in a few days, It seems to the uninitiated that a bill affecting the interests of many thous and citizens and the growth and devel opment of a large territory, ought not to be delayed. Day by day its grows more evident that the Union Pacific have serious in tentions of extending their lines to Lewiston. It is now known that the President of that road, Charles F. Adams, is the real party in the pur chase of the Clearwater flats opposite town. Holcomb, Vice President; Smith, General Manager, and Bogue, Chief Engineer, are already largely in terested here. It is surmised that the newly organized Lewiston A South eastern is backed by Union Pacific Capital. This territory has marketed its produce over the U. P. lines for JMeay yean. They know füll well the Value dt this trade andere hardly Wiling to drop so rich a plumb to a Aval company. The preliminary report of the census of state indebtedness shows a very cred itable state of affairs, especially in the Southern states, where the state debt ' means more than in the Eastern states. The decrease of debt in the Southern States is about six times more than that in the Western states, and proves that the business prosperity of that section of country is not only very great but substantial; that it has not led to public extravagance, and that the financial affairs of the states Jately in rebellion are such as to encourage those who have money to invest in new enterprises. The trutli is, that owing to certain well known facts, due mainly to political considerations, the indus - trial conditions of the South are more favorable than those of many parts of the Norths Individual industry accom plishes much where government aid fails of doing any good whatever.— Globe. The latest sensation in Idaho politics is the fact that there is a possibility of the Louisiana Lottery Company taking a part in the coming campaign. The Lottery Company now has agents in Idaho who ure secretly sounding the Territory, seeing what show they will have to secure a legislature friendly to granting them a charter. If they are not successful in their fight with the Louisiana legislature, they expect to move on Idaho next. There is no doubt but that they would spend a $1,000,000 to help elect friendly legisla tors. As there are only 54 members of the coming State legislature, this would enable them to put nearly $20,000 in every legislative district in the State, Suppose the Lottery Com would propose to give the State of Idaho $1,000,000 a year for 25 years, as they propose to do in Louisiana, and suppose that that $25,000,000 was to go to irrigating the arid lands, what would you do about it?—Mail. The Days of the Months. The days of the month and week are always the same in March and Novem ber, in April and July, and in Sep tember and December; that is, if March comes in on Monday, November will do likewise, the same rule applying to the other months named above. In leap year January is with April and July; in other years it is With October. February, in leap year, is with August; in other years with March and Novem ber. The last day of February and the Fourth of July always occur on the same day of the week. The same is true of May Day and Christmas. Industrial Exposition. Spokane Falls has laid aside all party fight, and private interest has taken a united stand on the industrial exposi tion. The site for the buildings has been decided upon. The capit -'ock has been increased to $00,000 and is all taken. It is proj>osed to defer the holding of the,exposition, and to fix the time at one month, commencing October 1. Manager Robinson sets out the fol lowing on his letter heads as the re sources of the states and territory to be represented at the exposition: The Northwestern Industrial Expos ition is to be an exposition of the nat ural resources of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Col umbia, an area that is not equaled in the variety and extent of its natural resources by any territo -y of similar extent in the world. No section of the globe furnishes as many opportunités for safe and remun erative investments as that part of North America included within a •radius of 300 miles of Spokane Falls. Among the natural advantages that go to make this section of the continent superior to any other for investors are the following: The mild and even temperature of its climate; its rich gold mines; its agricultural valleys, which are the finest in the world; its great coal deposits; its stock-grazing plains; its silver and lead mines; its extensive hop yards, the most produc tive in the world; its great topper mines; Its rich fruit farms; its extensive marble quarries; its tobacco plantations; its mountains of purest grunite; its beds of crystal sand; its unequaled timber tracts; Its Inexhaustible water power; its great mica peaks; its choicest clay beds; its broad sheep ranches; its beds of purest sandstone; its extensive lime rock. All the above resources are found in practical unlimited quantities. In ad dition to these may be mentioned oil, natural gas, asbestos, slate and a score of others known to exist, but which have not been sufficiently developed to show their extent. The object of the Northwestern In dustrial Exposition is to convince investors and settlers of the unlimited products and resources of this progres sive section. This unequaled territory is only just beginning to be developed. M. A. KELLY. J. LEE KELLY. Drs. Kelly A Kelly, Physicians & Surgeons Lewiston, Idaho. Office in Tliiessen's Block, Main St. Residence on Main Street, opposite the Uni versahst church. J. B. Morris, M. D. Fbysiciaoand Sttrieos, Office in Hale & Cooper's building. Residence at T. S. Billings, Lewiston. DR. STIRLING. Lewiston, - - •* Idaho. Main Street. Opposite Bunnell's. W. P. BELL, C. E., City and County SUFJV/EYOF}, Lewiston, Idaho. Orders left at my office or at the Sad' dler's shop will receive prompt atten tion. JASPEft RAND. J. M. HOWE. Notary Public. Rand &Howe, —AT LAW— Will practice in all the courts of Idaho Idaho Territory and the State of Wash ington. Will give prompt attention to all business entrusted to otir care. Of fice on E street, Lewiston, Idaho. Real Estate and Loan Agents. * Philip Tillinghast, Attorney at Law, Moscow, Idaho. Collecsirtn promptly attended to. Special attention given to conveyances, defective titles, foreclosure proceedings. James W. Reid, Attorney at Law, Lewiston, Idaho. Will practice in all the courts of Ida ho and Washington. Office next door to telephone station. R. J. MONROE, Practices before all branches of the U. S. Land department. Has had an ex perience of over 12 years in the U. S. land office at Lewiston. Office E St., opj>o site Land office, Lewiston, Idaho. I. N. Maxwell, AnorieyanflCiaoselor —AT LAW— Office on Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho. E. O'Neill, MTOIEY AT LAI, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. All Business carefully attended to. Will practice in all courts of Washing ton and Idaho. Office on Main street, Lewiston, opposite Bunnell's Store. ANDREWS' Sttal, CU, Hit Furniture and School Apparatus. Superior in quality! Highest points of Perfection in convenience, utility, and neatness of designs. Goods ship ped direct to Districts from warehouse in Portland. Correspondence solicited< C. T. P. BASS, Wardner, Idaho. Agent for Ncz Perce, Idaho, Kocrte. nai and Shoshone counties. H. T MADGWICK, Gargenter and Builder, LEWISTON, IDAHO. J. W. Po« I Q. W. Pirn, Notary Publie. I Lewiiton. Idaho. | Moscow, Idaho. POE & PIPER. Attorneys and Counselors at Law Lewiston and Moscow, Idaho. Will praetioa ia all tha écarts at Idaho aid Washington Territories. J. ALEXANDER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN General Merchandise. LEWISTON, IDAHO. D. S. DENT, C. E. BUTLER. DEffS Ö BUSIER. -DEALERS IN Pure Drugs and Medicines. Druggist's Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery and Fancy Goods. Headquarters for Books , Gold Pens, Novelties and Notions■ Also Proprietors of Lewiston Soda Water Works. Orders from the Country Promptly Attended to 6E0. H. LAKE, JEWELER, cf/l\ m '• i -- Dealer In CLOCKS, JEWELRY, EYE CLASSES. Spectacles, Etc , Etc. Engraving and Repairing at Reasonable Prices S. S. ROGERS, ) LEWISTON, IDAHO. Farm and Town Property Bought and sold on Commission. Office on Main St. 4 lots corner "A" and Fifth streets. 2 lots in McAllister addition. 1 lot on Fifth street. 7 acres, city front, on Snake river. 1 lot on Main street, near school house. 0 .. n , 1 lot corner Fifth and "C" streets. 350acres-260acres fruit bat, warehouse, 1 lot on Main St-Machine shop and «0 acres bearing fruit, pulsometer steam power. pump, on Snake river. Terms easy. 8éÈf" Several fine farms and fruit lands for sale on easy terms at low figures. IDAHO -> SALOON, SAM HOLT, Proprietor. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Keeps Constantly on Hand a Full Stock of Pure Wines, Liquors Und Cigars. lumber tt LATHS s SHINGLES. LEWISTON IDAHO L— L-. STRONG. UNDERTAKER, LEWISTON, IDAHO, Coffins and Casket« delivered on Short Notice and at Reasonable Prices. « HOTEL • DE • FRANCE, * Corner of Second and "C" Street«, Lewiston, Idaho, Mme. Le Francois, ----- Proprietress First Class in Every Particular. Extra Accommodation for Commercial Men. BROKEN OUT ! 1 > ) How often do we see this on the facto of children and, alas, of people who other wise are healthy ? What causes it? Bad Blood. The thought is terrible; the trouble is worse. No ordinary help can remove it. It requires something un usual. Do not take cheap sarsaparillas or blood purifiers. You must have some thing that has proven its power in both Europe and America. General Wheat croft Nelson, of London, says: "My experience in the English army, as well as m America, convinces me that nothing so thoroughly purifies the blood, or adds to the health, vigor and life, as Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir." This grand Elixir is sold by druggists in all parts of .America. It is a good, pure, honest medicine. Try it to-day. THE GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE. THE Northern Pacific X«. H. TWO TRAINS DAILY. 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For ratal etc., apply to R. A MckINNA, Ticket Agent. Genesee, IdabO' A. I». C»I AHLETON, Asst. Gen. Passengei Ag't, No. 121 First, cor. Washington street, Portland, Ore. Stf NEW BOOT e SHOE STOBB. Sale Work, cf San Fncisco* Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN and MENS WEAK. * AU dosses of work manufactured ttf Repairing neatly and promptly done. order GEORGE GLASS, Montgomery at., Lewiston, I. T. The Celebrated French Sure, W SS£F "APHR0DITINE" SK533T m UFO la Sold on a POSITIVE TER GUARANTEE to cure auy form oluer vous disease, or auy i disorder of the generative or- Af (aus ol either sex whethet aristug from axeeasive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Gpl«m> or tlirough youthful indiscretion, over iudulf •ucc, Ac., sucb as I on of Brain Power, Wakalul nesa. Bearing down Palus lu the Back, Semina* Weakness, Hysteria. Nervous Prostration NoCturW al Emission , Ieuc,.rrhcea, Dizziness, Walk Mam. •ry. 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