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'^^■vtkrian Chubcii—R ev. A. S. -££?Swtor. Services every Sabbath ». m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday "bool it 12 m. /'iiüRCH or St. STANi8LAUfr-(Cath jiVtRev J. N. OUIDI, pastor. Mass on "ri-Sundav at 10 a. m., Sunday school 2sJ. ni., Vespers at 7 p. m. Church or tue Nativity-J. D. vMto nkey, rector. Services every Sun XVmorrilng at 11 a. in., Sunday school 2 J i2ni. Sunday evening services ut 7:30 u E. Church—R ev. L. J. Whlt Wsnb preaches In the M. K. church of nu»dtv everv Sunday at 11 a. ni. and *Tg D f u . Sunday school at the church Jvery Sunday at 12 m. All ait: invited. Lbwwton Lodge, No. 8, I. O. O. F. —Regular meeting Tuesday evening. Members of other lodges Invited to at ind. S. G. Larson, HoWc, R. S. N. U.; J M. ClUAHWATEK ENCAMPMENT No. , t O. O. F.—Meets the first and third Thurwlav of each month at Odd F"' lows Hall, in Glass' Block. D. S. De C. p.; R. i*. Mudge, Scrilie. Alpha Lodge, No. 1, D. ofR.,I. O. 0 F.—Meet every Friday evening at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members t ntAe weloome. Mrs. 8. A. Rowley, N. o.; Miss Mlttie Wiggin, Secretary. G. A. R. Post, No. 2— Meets the last Monday evening of each month, at th :ir ball. All comrades are invited to at tend. Ed. McConville, Post Command er, H. Perrault, Adjutant. Nkz Pebce Lodge, No. 10, A. F. A A M.—Regular communications are held at Masonic Hall on the second .Sat urday In each month. Sojourning brothers arc cordially invited. D. M. White, W. M.; J. D. MeConkey, Sec'y. Lewiston Chapter, No. 4, R. A. M.—Royal Arch Masons meet In the Masonic Hull on the fourth Saturday of every month at 8 p. m. So journing companions in good standing ans always welcome. C. P. Coburn, H. P.j J. D' MeConkey, Secretary. Rainbow Council, No. 1, 0. C. F.— Order of Chosen Friends meets in Ma sonic Hall on the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month. J. I). MeConkey, Counselor; Mrs. N. \V. Brcarley, Secretary. Excelsior Lodge, No. 27, K. of P.— Meets every Wednesday at Masonic Hall, Lewiston, Idaho, at 8 p. m. So journing members In invited toatteud. J. D. MeConkey, Secretary, ClBabwaTer Lodge No. 11, A. O, U. W. —Meets in the Masonic Hall the flrstand second Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock, p. m. All visiting brethren in good standing will receive a cordial welcome. C. C. Bunnell, M. W.; W. W. Brown, Recorder. it good standing arc I.H.Uaut.C. C.; J. City Council. —Meets first Monday evening of each month at 8 o'clock. D. M. White, Mayor; J. M. Howe, Clerk. Board of Trade. —Meets every sec ond and fourth Mondayeveningsofeach month, at City council room, at 7:30. X. W. Brdarloy, Pres.; J. M. Howe, Secretary. Commissioners Proceedings. Lewiston, Idaho, July 28th, 1800. Tile Board of County Commissioners met this day in special session pur suant of an order of adjournment made on the 18th day of July, 1890. Members present: Jasper Rand, M. 8. Freeman, W. J. Eakin, Com missioners; lk P. Mudge, Clerk. Business transacted as follows: Election proclamation: Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the County of Nez Per«» and State of Idaho, at the several election precincts as now established, on the first day of October, 1890, for the fol lowing named, State, District, County and Precinct officers, to-wit: One Representative in Congress for thefifty-firet congress. One Representative in the fifty second congress. One Governor, one Lieutenant- Gov ernor, one Secretary of State, one State Treasurer, one State Auditor, one At torney General» one Superintendent of Public Instruction, and three Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of Idaho. District Officers: One Judge for the 2nd Judicial District, composed of the couuties of Iduho, Nex Perce and Latah. One District Attorney for the 2nd Judicial District, composed of the counties of Idaho, Nez Perce and Latah. Legislative Officers: One State Senator for the 3rd Senatorial District, composed of the Counties of Idaho and Nez Perce. One Senator for the 4th Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Nes Perce and Latah. One Representative for the counties of Ne* Perce and Idaho. One Representative for the county of Nes Perce. Nez Perce County District and Pre olnct Officers: Three County Commis sioners, one for each district as now es tablished; one Probate Judge, who is «x-offiio Superintendent of Public In struction; one Clerk of the District Court, who is ex-officio Auditor and Recorder; one Sheriff; one Treasurer, who la ex-officio Public Administrator* one Assessor, who is ex-offldo Tax Collector; one County Surveyor; one Coroner; two Justices of the Peace and one Constable for each Precinct In said county î And the Clerk of the Board of Com mlsekmers Is hereby directed to make publication of this Proclamation for at least thirty days prior to said election. $ 38 BILL8 ALLOWED: On General Fund: G. W. Morrison, due on c'ntra't $383.60 Geo. D. Barnard & Co., Vault fixtures................. $1931.00 Stock Fund: Geo. H. Riley, horse killed..... ...$60.00 11 " burning same.. ... 10.00 W. G. Anthony..................... .... 3.00 Henry Heitfeld................... .... 3.00 H. H. Bees............................ .... 3.00 A. Schultheis ........................ .... 425 Cur: ent Expense Fund: S. G. Isaman......................... .....$8.00 Bridge Fund: N. Jacobs.............................. ....$20.80 District Road Fund: G. W. Jones, lloud Dist. No 4 $10.00 Geo. Rees, " " " 4 «.00 Sanford Evans, " " " 4 9.00 J. Clindining, " " " 3 3.00 Ponding further business the Bourd adjourned until Tuesday, July 29, 1890. Tuesday, July 29, 1S90. Tlie following tunned electors ofi Nez Perce County, State of Iduho, arj hereby appointed Judges of the elec tion to be held in said county on the first day of October, 1890. Mason precinct: Judges, David P. Stephens, M. B. Morrow and Milton Duane; election at Thompson's. Wahâ precinct: Judges, Charles E. Faunce, Frank Ward and Geo. Clark; election at Lamlierts. Tammany precinct: Judges, D. A. Stevens, J. I). Martin and E. S. Whit comb; election at School House. Hutwai precinct: Judges, Thomas Moxley, John Risse and J.L. Arm strong; election at Armstrong's. Goldsmith precinct: Judges, Paul Anthony, D. B. Church and Henry Heitfeld; election ut Goldsmith School House. Ingle precinct: Judges, Win. Nixon. E. A. Sampson and Hobt. Gray; elec tion at New School House. Jied Rock precinct: Judges, John Williams, John Harris and Jason Whitinger; election at Crockets store. Big Potlatch precinct: Judges, ... W. Johnson, H. Deestin and C. II. üarby; election at Sedges store. Lewiston precinct: Judges, A. Bin nurd, T. B. Cooperand N. B. Holbrook; election at the Commissioners room at the court house. E. S. Whitcomb having declined to act as Registrar in Tammany precinct, it is ordered that Churles .Whitcomb be and he is hereby appointed Regis trar in said Tammany precinct 111 place of E. S. Whitcomb heretofore ap pointed. Bill of H. T. Mad wick for building platform in court room, examined and allowed on General Fund, $76.00. Report of Edwin R. Cuwley, Thomas Coats and W. P. Bell, viewers ap pointed to view out a county road In Uoud Dist. No. 4, examined and ac cepted and declared a county road, as surveyed, and ordered to be recorded and opened to the public. Bills allowed: Road Dist. No. 4, W. P. Bell, county Surveyor, $10.00. General Fund, city of Lewiston, block 24 In Division 3 (in cemetery) $ 20 . 000 . General Fund, Geo. Young, night watch, $10.00. In the matter of the petition of C. L. Hamilton et al for a change in a public road in Dist. No. 4, commencing at the nw corner of the nej of sec. 31 twp 38 n r 2 running due east on section line us near as practicable to where the former survey intersects the section line between sections 33 and 28. No report was made as the petitioners did not want the road and no changes were made. It is ordered that Mr. McCall be al lowed to change the road over his land in the south west j of section 11 twp 37 r 3 up to the subdivision line when ever the new road shall ce made equal with the present road. R. P. MUDGE, Clerk. A Core for Sick Headache. This distressing complaint is due to an inactive or sluggish liver with con stipated bowels which deranges the stomach and disturbs the nervous sys tem, causes dizziness and an oppres sive dull pain in the head, often so sev ere as to prevent all rest or sleep. One of Dr. Gunn's Impoved Liver Pills will relieae you of all the pain and mis ery and a few more doses will correct the liver and stomach and regulate the bowels. While these pills are small, easily taken, and mila and gentle in their action there is no medicine made that will so effectually cure sick head ache. 25 cents a box. Sold by Dent & Butler. Another Railroad Pa'ouie City News. The report that a party of Union Pa cific surveyors were at work near Jam eson's ranch proves to have been with out foundation. The surveyors were there but not in the service of the Union Pacific. A gentlemen who was called UDon by the head engineer for Information in regard to the lay of the land, learned that the party were run ning a lint. for the Northern Pacific The route is from Farmington across the head of Silver creek to Jameson ranch, thence up South Cedar creek over the divide to Deep creek, down Deep creek to Crane creek, down Crane creek to the Palouae river, thence to Hatter creek and from there to Ken drick by the most practicable route. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE LEWISTON NATIONAL BUNK At Lewiston, in the State of Idaho at the close of buaineu July iS* 1S90: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ..................$109,908 09 Overdrafts secured and unsecured... 8,0 >9 115 IKS. Bonds to secure circulation..... 12.500 uU Stocke, securities, judgments, c aims etc............................. Due Irotn approved reserve agents... Due tr<»m other National Banks...... Due from Stite bunks ami bankers.. Hanking house furniture, fixtures. Other real estate and uiortg's «wao l Current expenses and taxes paid..... Premiums on U S bonds......... ..... Checks and other omh items..,........ Bills of other bunks.................... Specie....................... .......... Redemption fund witn U. S. Treas urer (5 per cent, of circulation..... 12.029 48 I 1 I'h S, 11!« 59 !8 V3 .0«mi On 789 17 21 25 5oo no I«:* 80 00 18,209 60 mss .)» Total....................................$230,602 80 1.1ABIMTIKM. CapitRl stock pit id in............ $50.000 00 Surplus« fuml.............................. 25,000 0» DndiviiUvi profit* ........................ 3.920 HO Nntionrtl hunk notes ••utstamlimr..... 11,250 00 Individual depo-its euhject to check 7*5.72* 44 Demand certificates of deposit........ 63.1*41 14 Oue to other National Banks......... 0*>9 79 Duo to Stato Banks and bankers..... « 0.920 58 Total.................... $286.502 80 St ito of Idaho, county of Nex Berco^is. I, N. W. Brcarley, President of the nbove named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the hc-t of m\ knowledge f*nd belief. N. W. BRBAULKY. President. Subscribed and sworn to before mo (hi« 1st day of August, ltf.JO. P. M. DAVIS Notary Public. Correct—Attest: C. C. Bunnell. 1 J. Alexander. > Directors, George 0 'ass. ) REPORT OF THE CONDITION of Tin; FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Lewiston, in the State of Idaho, at the close of business, July 19. 1890. RKSOUHCRR. Loans and discounts....................$141.785 P9 Overdrafts secured and unsecured... 4.044 56 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation..... 12,800 00 t tocks, securities, judgments daims e*c,................................. 19.419 98 Duc fr« in other National banks....... 11.143 20 Due from state banks and bankers.. 8,746 41 Banking house furniture fixtures... 1.167 97 Other real estate and tuorg's owned 15,451 05 Current expenses and taxes paid...., 2,551 86 Premiums on U S bonds................ 8.069 00 Check* and other cash Items.......... 2.138 82 Bills of other banks.................... 890 00 Fmctional pa er cufrenUy, nickels and ce its .............................. 55 71 Speeio..................................... .. 24,06» 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas urer (5 per c?nt of circulation)..... 576 00 Total.....................................$212,947 40 I.IABIL 1 T 1 K 8 . Capital stock paid in ...............$50.000 00 Surplus fund.............................. 50,000 no Undivided profits.............. 28.904 (12 National bank notes nu'standintr..... 11,520 00 Individual deposits subject to check 4(1.908 75 Demand certificates of deposit......... 35,910 19 Due to other National Hanks ......... 508 49 Due testate hanks and bankers...... 1,110 35 Hills payable................................ 10,000 00 Total.....................................$ 42 917 40 State of Idaho, county of Nez Perce j- ss. 1, Jno li Evans, cashier «f the nhji named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JNO. II. EVANS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 2nd dev of August, 1890. E. O'NKILI,, Notary Public in Hitd for Nez Perce County, Idaho. Correct—Attest; S. C. Thomosnn | Jno. P. Vollmer, r Direotcrs. Jno. M. Fix. I rom Terminal or Interior Points tlie Northern Pacific R'y la the line to take To all pointa East and South. It is the Dining Car Route. It runs Through Vestibuled Trains Every Day In the Year to ST & for to PAUL AND CHICAGO. (No Change of Cars.) Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed, Pullman Drawing Boom Sleepers of latest equipment. Tourist Sleeping Cars, best that can Be constructed and in which accommo dations are both free and furnished for holders of First or Second class tickets, and Elegant Day Coaches. A continuous line, connecting With all lines, affording direct and uninter rupted service. Pullman sleep er reservations can be se cured in advance tliroU any agent of the road. Through Tickets to and from all points in America, England and Eu ro? e can be purchased at any Ticket Office of this Company. Full informa tion concerning rates, time of trains, routes and other details furnished on application to any agent, or A. D. Charlton, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 121 First St., cor Washington, Portland, Oregon. E. A. McKenna, Ticket Agent, Genesee, Idaho. JASPEK RAND. J. M. HOWE. Notary Public. Rand A Howe, ATTORNEYS 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 our care. Of fice on E street, Lewiston, Idaho. Real Estate and Loan Agents. H. T MADGWICK, Carpenter and Bider, LEWISTON, IDAHO. The - Regular - Stage - Line Carrying U. S. Mall to and from the Following named Pointa: Lewiston, Pat ah a, Pomeroy, Dayton, Genesee, ftfoscotv, Juliactta, Big Potlatch, Grangcvillc, Cottonwood, and Mount Ida ho. Passenger accommodations on all line. Careful drivers. General Stage office at Raymond House, Lewiston, Idaho. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, East of Stage Ojfiee■ Commercial Travelers Ac - comodated on Short JVotice FELIX WARREN,..... Proprietor. The Best Value LEVI STRAUSS & COS (^elcbrateil popper^j^iVctcil OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS Enjoy a National Reputation. None Genuine without Our Trade Mark. BEST SEWING! BEST FINISH! BEST FIT! BEST MATERIALS! The only kind made by White Labor. For Sale Everywhere BARK 0F LEWISTON, •Toliu Burke, Uaiikei* Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho Transacts a, General Hanking Business ■ Money to Loan on Long or Short Time- General Insurance Agency- Highest Cash price paid for Wheat and Barley■ Cattle Bought and Sold The Boss Meat Market, Clindining and Dabne, Proprietor!. LEWISTON, - - IDAHO. Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Bacon, Hams and Sausages. The best of Meats from tbe Block and by the Quarter, served in good style. Prices Low. CALIFORNIA-:-BREWERY Near Head of First Street, Lewiston, Idaho. CHRIS: WBISCERBBR, .... PROPRI9TOR. CALL A.Î^D SEE ME. E, TEXIER. PROPR. Keeps constantly on hand a full line of Groceries and Confectioneries, Cigars and Tobaccos, and all kindsofVegetablesund Fruits in Bcaaon. Lewiston, l4uho. • LGWISTON ♦ BAKERY, 8. WILDENTHALLER, Proprietor. Montgomery Street, Lewiston, Idaho • Bread, Pies and Cakes, also Groceries, Confectioneries, Liquors and Cigars. Gents Furnishing Goods, Family Groceries, Ect BiILL &TRUAX, C. E., City and County stirçi/EY0R5, Lewiston, Idaho, Orders left at my office or at the Sad dler's shop Will receive prompt atten tion. ANDREWS' SM, CM, Mm Furnitur* an d Scho ol Apparate*. Superior ill quality ! Highest points of Perfection in convenience, utility, and neatness of designs. Goods ship ped direct to Districts from warehouse In Portland. Correspondence solicited. 0.TJ.9ASS, Wardnor, Idaho. Agent for Nes Perce, Idaho, Koote nai and Shoshone counties. BROKEN OUT ! W Ml « How often do we see this on the face,' of children and, alas, of people who other wise are healthy? What causez 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 choap sonaparillas or blood purifiera. You must have some thing that has proven its power in both Europe and America. General Wheat croft Nelson, of London, Says : "Mf experience in the English army, M Weil as in America, convinces me that nothing so thoroughly purifies the .Wood, 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 today. For sale by J. Q. Moxley, Lewiston. ON SALÉ -TO DENVER. Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago, ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS. AND ALL POINTS East, North South, -AT ILE^KTIÔTCElSr, J. PEABODY, - - Ticket Agent. L3WISTON ROUT8. Steamer arrives at Lewiston every Thursday and Sunday, and leaves Lew iston every Monday and Friday. Leaves Lewiston at............ 1.00 p. m. Arrives at Kipnria at...........5.00 p. m. Leaves ltiparla ut............... 2.00 p. ui/ Arrives at Lewiston, next morning at 11.00 a. m. e.iv.f.U THE HUNT LINE." In connection with the NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R* -Forms the Quickest and Best Route between East- 1, ern Oregon and Washington and Puget Sound points, as well as the popular and direct line To All Points East and Southeast. Pullman Sleeping Cara, Superb Dining • Caw, Free Seeefrd Class Sleepers, through to Chiéago via this line Passenger Trains of this Company dVe running regularly between Dayton Waitsburg, Walla Walla, Wash, and Pendleton, Oregon., Making close connection at Hunt's Junction' with' Northern Pacific trains for Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, B. C.. Ellensburg, North Yakima, Pastty Sprague, Cheney., DavenpqcL gpokantf Fulls, Butte, Helene, St. 9$ Minne apolis, and all points East. ' * Passenger Train, making above con nections, leaves Walla Walla, «fcdly, at 7:60 p. in. Through tickets sold tv all points East at Lowest Rates. W F. WAMSLEY. Ora'I Fr'tawi Pwi'p Agt.v Wills Walls, Witt. 0. W. HUNT. Praasdsnt end Gss'l Mssagsr. palaeejalooi; F. Ross, Proprietor. Keeps constantly on hand the A No. 1 Cutter Whiskey, also wines of all kinds. Best brand of Cigars. MOIS ÏÂSI The Best Machine In use. Ordefs filled With promptness by Geo* Underwood, Lewiston, Idaho. NEW It 03S, Trojprietor, One door east of Bunnell's Ha Store. All kinds of Fresh sad Meats. A share of your . solicited* j î