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drealatlon of TheÎHewistonTeller. TH E-TELLER J I« Acknowledged by One and All to stand at the head of Idaho Journalism—In point of News, Neat ness of make-up and Tastily set 'ads.' ILB880D+BB+TH0+MnN+WHO+PKYETH+THE+PRINTeR. «• jfOLUME 14, LeWISTON, IDAHO. AUGUST 1890. NUMBER 46. gapahlican State Convention. Hkadquaetkrh of Republican a^Tit OomtiTTEK.—The Republican »lectors of the State of Idaho are re to send delegates from their îeeective counties to meet In oonven Soto Boise City, Wednesday, August <n IMO. at 8 o'clock p. m., for the pur Wae of p lacing in nomination candi dates for the following offices: One member of Congress for re mainder of Fifty-first session and for the Fifty-second session. One Governor. One Lieutenant Ooverttbr. Onê Secretary of State. One State Auditor. One State Treasurer. One Attorney General. One Superintendant of Public In struction. Three Justices of the Supreme Court. The district and joint legislative o(Boers will also be nominated at the —m» Hma and place, by the delegates to the State Convention from the coun ties comprising said districts, who will meet separately for that purpose. And for the transaction of such other business as may come before the con vention. The several oounties are entitled to representation in said convention as follows: Shoshone............12 Bingham...........10 Kootenai............. 4 Bear Lake.........3 Nez Perces .......... 5 Oneida............. 3 Latah.............. 9 Owyhee............3 Idaho............. 4 Cassia............... 3 Boise...............:... 6 Elmore.............5 Ouster.................6 Alturas............. 7 Lemhi.................8 Ada..................11 Logan................. 7 Washington.....0 It is recommended by the committee that the various Countv conventions for the selection of delegates to the State convention be held on Wednes day, August 13th. By order of the committee. Fred.T. Dubois, E. 8. Whittier, Chairman Seéretary. Democratic State Convention. Headquarters Democratic State Com. > Boise City, Idaho, July 16, 1890. } At a meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Democratic State Central Committee of Idaho, held at the Capi tol in Boise City on July 16,1890, in pursuance of the power and authority conferred of such Executive Committee by the Democratic Territorial Central Committee, it was unanimously or dered that the State Convention of the Democratic party of Idaho be held at Boise City, August 25th, 1890, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nomi nating candidates .for the following offices, to-wit: One member of Congress, for unex pired 5l8t Congress, and for the 52d Congress (full term.) One Governor. One Lieutenant-Governor. One Secretary of 8tate. One State Auditor. One State Treasurer. One Attorney-General/ One Superintendant of Public In struction; and three Judges of the Su preme Court. The following apportionment of dele' gates to said Convention was thereupon ordered, to-wlt: Ada...................................7 delegates. Alturas........................ 4 Bear Lake.........................3 Bingham...........................8 Boise.................................4 Cassia................................2 Custer...............................2 Elmore...............................3 Idaho.................................4 Kootenai............................3 Latah................................7 Lemhi................................3 Logan................................4 Nez Perce.........—...............3 Oneida...............................1 Owyhee................-............2 Shoshone...........................9 Washington.......................8 Total..............................72 delegates And would recommend that Oneida county be allowed an additional dele gate. All electors In Idaho who believe in the principles of the Democratic party, irrespective of past party affiliations, are oordlallV invited to participate in the primaries and conventions, and unite with us in the inauguration of an honest and economical administration of public aflkirs. Delegations to such conventions are respectfully requested to attend in per son, and we recommend to the différ ent county conventions that they elect alternates as well as delegates, and that no proxy be permitted a seat in the State Convention unless he is an actual resident of the county from which he holds such proxy. We ask the various county central committees to immediately arrange for the primaries and call the county con ventions at as early a day as practi cable for the election of delegates and alternates to the State Convention. Chas. C. Stevenson, Chairman Executive Committee. WiocEBSHAM, Secretary. » ? °f8er of Democratic State Central Committee. F. E. Ensign, J. H. Wictc mmham, Chairman trat cSSSU. 0 "" 00 ^ 0 8tate 06,1 Advertised Letters. P-County, Idaho Baker * Palsom, F. G. Belknap, Mr. J. A. Braus tator, Ed. Jaoota 2 Mr. C. L. Jackson, Mr. T. M W W. C. Smith. L. B. Boice, P. m. Notice Farmers.—W e have on hand a large quantity of old type which mains the finest babbit metal known, and which we will sell you at a very cheap rate. Call and we will make ft to your material interest Election Notice. Notice is hereby given that a general election will be held in the county of Nez Perce and State of Idaho at the several election precincts as now estab lished, on the first day of October, 1890, for the election of the following named state, district, county and pre cinct officers: One representative in congress for the fifty-first congress. One representative in the fifty second congress. One governor. One lieutenant-governor. One secretary of state. One state treasurer. One state auditor. One attorney general. One superintendent of public In struction. Three justices of the supreme court of the State of Idaho. district officers: One judge for the 2nd judicial dist rict, composed of the counties of Idaho, Nez Perce and Latah. One district attorney for the 2nd judicial district, composed of the coun ties of Idaho, Nez Perce and Latah. LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS: One state senator for the 3rd sena torial district, composed of the oounties of Idaho and Nez Perce. One senator for the 4th senatorial district, composed of the coiinties of Nez Perce and Latah. One state representative for the coun ties of Nez Perce and Idaho. One representative for the county of Nez Perce. Nez Perce, County, District and Precinct Officers: Three county commissioners one for each district as now established. One probate judge, who is ex-officio superintendent of public instruction. One clerk of the district court, who is ex-officio auditor and recorder. One sheriff. One treasurer who is ex-officio public administrator. One assessor who is ex-officio tax collector. One county surveyor. One coroner. Two justices of the peace and one constable for each precinct in said county. By order of the Board of Commis sioners. R. P. Mudoe, Clerk. Dated August 14, 1890. Bishop Talbot's State Appointments. Bishop Talbot, who has charge of the work in the Episcopal churches of Idaho and Wyoming, will visit the following named places in the state on the dates given: Rocky Bar, August 10. Wallace, August 17. Fort Sherman, August 24: Moscow, AugUst 31. Orangeville, September 7. Lewiston, September 14. Boise, September 21. Idaho City, September 28. Hailey and Bellevue, October 5. Chains, October 12. Salmon City, October 19. Blackfoot and Eagle Cock, Oct. 26. Pocatello, November 2. Notice to Tax-Payers of Lewiston Independent School District No. 1. Office of the Clerk of the Board of Education, August 11, 1890. Notice is hereby given that on and after August 11, 1890, the assessment roll of the District will be on file at my office and subject to inspection. Par ties having any complaints to make in reference tp their ass ssment will ap pear before'the board of equalization, which will meet in the court house in the olty of Lewiston on August 18, 1890, to hear and determine all com plaints. R. J. Monroe, Clerk. Notice. The law co-partnership heretofore existing between J. W. Poe and W. G> Piper under the firm name of Poe* Piper, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Either member of said co-partnership is authorised to re ceive and receipt for all claims due said firm. J: W. Poe. W. G. Piper July 29,1890. Dissolution NotioO Notioe is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing be tween F. A. Robinson and W. W. Anderson Is hereby dissolved by mutual oousent F. A. Robinson will assume all liabilities of the firm and is authorised to collect all debts. F. A. Robinson. W. W. Anderson J. P. Vollmer, of Lewiston, whose Interest In the Idaho Extension of the Spokane and Palodse railroad is well known, informed the Advocate man that, contrary to general belief, the road will be completed to Kendrick on time. On the 20th of this month the grade will be completed to within 18 miles of Kendrick; On that date the work of laying ties and nils will be commenced from Pullman and proceed uninterruptedly until Kendrick reached, the remaining grade work — is intended to have completed by the time the track layers are ready for it As soon as harvest Is over 4000 moi will be employed on the rock work. The preeent delay Is owing to the city of men, who at present seek the harvest fields In preference to railroad work, but this difficulty will be over come by an increase of the working force. The Advocate, therefore, has not been ami— in its former-surmise on this subject—Advocate. Stand not on the order of your going hot go at once to Simpson's and im prove yonr personal appearance by get ting a smioothe, clean shave. Tellings of The Week. —Geo. H. Lake, Jeweler, Lewiston. Nez Perce Addition. —W. 8. Buck, Real Estate Agent. —Belting and lace leather at Bun nell's. —Draper Sticks; all you want at Bunnell's. —Milwaukee beer on draught at the Headlight Salom. —For the latest style Photos call at Fleming's Gallery. —For a delicious, cool and refreshing bath go to Simpson's. —E. O'Neill has money to loan on best terms and at lowest rates. —Dr. Eugene Jordon's Histogenetic Medicines for sale by Dent * Butler. Isaac Grosteln returned last Satur day from bis summer trip to Warrens. —The Star grocery will open on Mon day next; Louis Urostein, proprietor. —Choice business lots, residence lots and good ranches for sale. W. 8. Buck. A new line of select and choioe groceries. Give me a call. Louis Grosteln. —Bunnell can furnish anything in the hardware line at prices that defy competion. —At the O. R. N. Exchange you can S et "Moore" Whiskey. We mean esse Moore. Miss Anna Blnnard left for Orange ville last Friday where she will remain till Sept. 1st. John Barber is the happy father of a bouncing baby, a daughter born Tues day, August 5. —Jesse Moore Whiskey, of 1882, for sale at the O. R. * N. Exchange. Call in and sample it. —50,000 pounds of new Bacon, Ham and Lard for sale at the meat market of Clindinning * Dubuc. Jas. W. Reid, Attorney at Law, has removed his law office into the Voll mer Block, room 6, up stairs. Wanted. —A girl to do house work; family small; apply to E. W. Eaves at First National Bank. Prof. Holtbuer has left for the moun tains to spend a short vacation and will resume his lessons on Sept. 1st. —Strawberry Soda, Egg Soda, Birch beer, California pop, Mineral and Soda water on sale at the Headlight Saloon. —Frank A. Robinson has a full line of cool, refreshing, temperance drinks on hand at the Headlight Saloon. Miss Grace Jennings who has been visiting friends here fora few days re turned to her home near Theon, * Wed nesday. Mrs. D. S. Dent is suffering a rather severe shock from an overdose of chloro form taken to alleviate the pain of a headache. Married.— At Cameron, Idaho, July 27, 1890, Andrew J. Black to Lydia An Cassane, G. W. Walker, J. P., officiating. A. F. Parker and wife, accompanied by Miss Helen Newman, of Welser, iaased through our city Thursday to heir home at Orangeville. Hanley & Ewer, having secured the services of a first class lady cook, are now prepared to furnish hot lunches in any shape, suited to the most cultivated taste. It is reported that Miss Sadie Poe has been taken suddenly ill In camp at Soldier Meadows. How seriously is not known as Dr. Shaff has not yet re turned. Mrs. W. F. Kettenbach, who has been for some weeks in Portland for medical treatment, is expected home on to-day's boat. Though not fully recovered she is much better for the change. —Are you thinking of furnishing your house? If so wait for the grand opening of the new furniture house of Ed. Claussen * Co. Elegant furnish ings iff all descriptions can be had at low prices. —Dent * Butler are now prepared to frnmiah the best bottled soda water that the latest and best apparatus, In skilled hands, can produce with the purest supplies. Quantities from one case to a car load. They can and will sell cheaper than all others. —Nones.—Louis Grosteln has r& oeived a frill line of family groceries and will open the stock on Monday next In the Greenburg building. A choioe selection of staple and fancy groceries will be kept on hand at prices that will at once secure your custom. Mrs. W. W. Lee per, nee Stalnton,. visiting her parents in this oity. We learn that her husband, formerly in the employ of Staver * Walker, Walla Walla, has accepted a position with Reese, Crandall * Redman, wholesale grocers of Tacoma and will move at once to that dty. To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.— W. F, Kettenbach has sold bis interest in the business conducted under the firm name of J. N. Rice * Co., at Asotin The form land and stock internes was sold together with the stock of mer chandise to Bingham * Ayers. The new firm assumes all liabilities and will continue business without inters ruption at the old stand. N. W. Brearley has sold his capital stock in the Lewiston National Bank to W. F. Kettenbach and will retire from his position as president of that corporation. Mr. Brearley will take advantage of the opportunity and en joy a season of rest and recreation be fore going into business again. He has not rally decided what will be his next venture, bat he will, it Is hoped, still continue his residence here and find another field tor investment. J. H. Benton, who has been ou the sick list for several days, Is able to be about again. On account of ill health he has given up his position with Grostein * Binnard and will accept a C *tion under the government in the ian schools at Ft. Lapwal, where he will move as soon as he has recovered sufficient health. At a democratic primary meeting held at Pierce City, Aug. 9, 1890, Sam B. Erwin was appointed Chairman and E. Hammond, Secretary; the ob ject of the meeting being to chose a delegate to the county convention. Mr. 8. B. Irwin was proposed as such delegate and unanimously elected. There being no further business before the meeting, adjournment was taken sine die. Mrs. George Morrison and family re turned Saturday from the camping ground at Soldier Meadows. The weather is very pleasant at that alti tude and many of our citizens are still enjoying the freedom from dust and heat Dr. C. W. Shaff was called down from the camp Friday last on a pro fessional visit. He reports that frost is a common occurence at the camp and that the fishing and hunting cun not be excelled. J. T. Bibb, manager of the N. P. Elevator Co., was in town Friday and completed arrangements for leasing the "Red" ware house on Snake river in this city. This is but a temporary movement on the part of the company. They contemplate building a large ele vator here as soon as possible to get at the work. The company have at pres ent a dozen elevators in course of con struction along the line. Mr. M. T. O'Neil, late of Dakota, has taken charge of the company's interest here. The best price will be paid and every effort made to attract trade to this point. The celebrated guaze oven doors were Ç ut to the test last Friday at Bunnell's. hey sold one on condition that it would give satisfaction, and to prove its merits and satisfy curiosity as well, the stove was set up on the street and a fire started. Mr. Wlldenthaler fur nished the dough for a pan of biscuits and wheu the oven was heated the pan was put in and time called. In exactly twelve minutes the biscuits were taken out baked to a turn. The test was a complete success and it is needless to state the man took the stove and it is safe to assert that joy will reign In that family henceforward. A judicious scare was given a small urchin on Maiu Street, Tuesday after noon. He had been annoying Geo. Frost for some time by continually jumping on the dray as it passed by. Having caught him in the act Mr. Frost made for him with a roar from his deep bass, that fairly shook the at mosphere. And the boy—O where is he? A streak of dust and two sharp yell i took him down the street ana across lots. The sport of jumping on and off heavy drays is a dangerous one. The drivers cannot always be on the look-out for small boys. Let the parents caution their children against this iractlce. A crushed arm or leg would )e heavy pay for the fUn of a little ride. The local of last week concerning the movements of the Union Pacific in building connecting lines linking to gether all their routes In the northwest is further confirmed by the Montana papers. The Missoulian says: Parties who have recently returned from the upper end of the Bitter Root valley stale that two gangs of surveyors are at work along the west branch of Bitter Root river. It could not be learned by what company they are employed, but it is sure they mean business. It is supposed they are engineers of the Western Montana * Idaho Railroad company, which is presumed to be an auxiliary of the Union Pacific, and which was organized a few months ago for the purpose of building a line from Anaconda to Missoula via the Bitter Root valley and thenoe to Idaho. It appears as If this movement means the consummation of the plans of the great Union Pacific company to connect the Utah ANorthern'with the Washington * Idaho and the O. R. * N., by build ing a line from Silver Bow Junction to Missoula, and through the St. Regis country into Idaho, thus gaining a con tinuous line from the coast to Pocatella, Idaho. The extension of the Union Pacifie system in this manner will place it In a position to strongly com pete with the Northern Pacific and the Great Northern for the patronage of the great Northwestern country. E. A. McCall has returned from his trip to the Paradise and Lost Prairie country. We had occasion to write, not long since, a short notice about this country. Mr. McCall haa made a care ful surrey of the prospects and gave a very encouraging report concerning this new region that seeks connection with our city for tne purpose of trade. The PaTadlse ridge Use .about fifty miles from Lewiston and one hundred from La Grande. It is a newly settled country fest developing and like all new ootintrles it Is hampered by want of roads and means of communication. Fine fields of grain wheat and rye and fine gardens of vegetables and ber ries sre grown on the forms that cover the ridge. Beyond this ridge liss the Lost Prairie. Here also is a fine fer tile region that is rapidly attracting Immigration. Fine fields of timothy, wheat and rye are grown and gardens filled with every kind of vegetation. The smaU bars along the Grande Ronde will soon develop Into fine Irait forms. Attention is already being attracted to this Industry. Here are two districts rich in products that, for lack of pro per communication, are cut off from marketing their produce. Lewiston is the neatest point of prominence and the cltisens are in fevor of opentn a route to this point. They nave arrangements to open a road this foil as far as the Oregon line. With a little a of encouragement and energy, « practical route could be opened and the interests of both sections he promoted.' WON BY A SC RATCH. Moscow, With the Aid of 8pokane Sluggers, Wins the Second Game of the Series. As was predicted the game at Moscow drew a large crowd. Fully fifteen hundred people gathered at that city Suuday last to witness the second game of the Lewiston-Moscow series. Lewiston sent up a full delegation. Colfax, Palouse City and all the Pal ouse country sent a quota to swell the crowd. The hotels were crowded to overflowing and many private houses were called into requisition to meet the exigencies of the occasion. It is to be regretted that the opening of the game was prolonged by a long and vigorous kick that wearied the crowd and exasperated the players. There had been a verbal agreement be tween the managers that neither club would be strengthened by outside nlayers, but despite this arrangement Moscow had imported Semper and Larrabee, of the Spokane Wheelers, to play in their nine. Lewiston hearing of this had engaged Spokane players also. But by vigorous bluffing and bulldozing Moscow succeeded in plac ing her players and discarding ours, and Lewiston entered the game sadly handicapped. It became evident from the first that in spite of the new players Moscow had no snap. While the score shows that every run made by Moscow was due to the batting of the borrowed talent, it also shows that Lewiston batted heavily and played g ood bull. Smith, who boasted that e could strike dut eighteen of the Lewistons, was knocked out of the box in the fifth inning and McNamee had to be substituted. The game was called at about throe o'clock with Smith and Semper and Fryar and Mullalley at the points. Lewiston went to bat first and suc ceeded in batting out one run. The Moscows received a goose egg in their behalf. In the second both teams were blanked, while the third reversed the first and tied the score. No further runs were made till the fifth when Lewiston hit Smith so.freely that that twirler was retired to third base, but not before Lewiston had added four to their score. Moscow made two in her turn by the timely three-base hit of Semper. The sixth was blanked on both sides. In the seventh Mullallv made a base hit and stole second. Fryar was given a base on balls and both men scored on a dropped ball and a wild throw to short. Lewiston vir tually lost the game in the seventh when by falling to make a double play they allowed Moscow to score tnree runs. The eighth resulted In a couple of zeros, while in the ninth Lewiston failed to increase her lead and Moscow coming with her strong batters won two runs and the game. The follow ing is the score: Moscow........0 0 1 0 2 0 8 0 2—8 Lewiston......1 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0—7 The splendid stick work of Semper and Larribee won six runs for Moscow. Moscow has no doubt one of the finest race tracks in the northwest, but it's base ball ground, allow us to ejac ulate, is about the worst ever seen. It seems to be the remains of a vigorous weed patch scalped by a scraper, while the refuse, dumped in an irregular line across the left field, resembled the earthworks of a frontier fort Over this the unfortunate fielder had to amble in order to chase down the ball in the weeds beyonds. The Repnblioan Ticket. For Sheriff, M. S. FREEMAN. For Auditor, H. K. BARNETT. For Coroner, GEO. H. LAKE. For Probate Judge, S. G. IS AM AN. For Treasurer, GEORGE GLA88. For Assessor, JOSIAHINGLI8. For Surveyor, W. P. BELL. For Member to State Legislature, I. S. SPERRY. For County Commissioners, D. M. WHITE, GEORGE WALKER, J. A. LATHROP. The Republicans in convention of Monday named the above ticket it meets the general approval of the party and presents a strong front to the oppo sition. Candidates were thick for many of the offloee bat all différences wen amicably disposed of and harmony pre vailed. With N. W. Brearley as ident and C. Strannahan u set the convention was called to After the permanent organisation was npletea the committee on résolutions presented the following: We, the re publican party of Nea Peroe county, in convention assembled, adopt the follow ing resolutions: Resolved, That the' great trust at Statehood bavin« been given us, our every eflbrt should be to discharge our obligations with the highest honor to ourselves and credit W the State. Resolved, That the earnest efforts of our delegate in Congress towairds the aooomplishnWht of 8tatobood are frilly appreciated, and we heartily endorse nu action in that behalf. Unsolved, That at this most impor tant epoch in the life of our young State, It seems of the utmost necessity that entire harmony should prevail in our pkrty, tnat the memory of past dif ferences shall be laid aside, ana that a united eflbrt in all the différent por tions be made to secure the control of the State's destiny. The nominations were freely made, the candidates being plentiful. The sharpest fight Was over the offices of sheriff, auditor and probate judge; most of the others being made bv acclama tion. The names of M. 8. Freeman, J. L. Goodnight and L. Stannns wen presented for sheriff, and after u close contest M. 8. Freeman was made the nomine«-. The contest for Auditor lay between R. P. Mudgeand H. K. Bur nett, but the latter developed the strongest support. For Probate Judge ♦he contestants were S. G. Isaman, R L. Thompson, P. E. Stoockey and J. D. McConkey.. The second ballot, how ever, decided the contest, 8.0. Isaman securing the nomination. Geo. Glass, Geo. H. Lake, J. Inglls, W. P. Bell and I. S. Sperry were chosen to their respective places by acclamation. The ticket is a strong one and wijl no doubt carry the full strength of the. party in the coming election. The district nom inations will be made at the State con vention, held at Boise City, August 20 The delegates chosen to represent the party there were F. D. Stephens, C. W. Shaff, I. 8. Sperry, C. Strannahun and R. Schleicher. Ordinance No. 117. An Ordinance to Prevent Cruelty to Animals. The City of Lewiston does Ordain as follows: Sec. 1. Every person who shall cruelly use, beat, torment, overload or overdrive any horse, ox, mule or other animal, whether belonging to bimself or another, shall upon conviction there of be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. Sec. 2. Any person having charge of any horse, bx, mule or team or other animal, who shall permit the same to stand in the public streets or grounds for a period or more than ten hours shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceed ing twenty-five dollars. Sec. 3. It is hereby made the duty of the City Marshal and his deputies and every policeman of the city to ar rest any person who shall be found violating any of the provisions of jhis Ordinance, and also to take charge, of the animal or animals being so cruelly used, and to keep the same at the owners expense until such case Is dis posed of; ne shall also take charge of any animal or animals found uncared for, for the period above prescribed, or that may be suffering for want of food or water and provide for the same and the expense therefor shall be a lien upon such animal and the same may be sold to defray such expense after notice as hereinafter prescribed. Sec. 4. If the owner of, or claimant, of any animal so taken charge of be unknown the Marshal must forthwith ]jost written notices giving a descrip tion of such animal, the time of taking up and that the same will be sold after ten days to pay costs and charges, in three public places in the city and when practicable publish the same lnt the city newspaper. If the owner or. person entitled to the possession of such animal appears at any time with in ten days after said notice is posted as aforesaid and moke out his right there to, he shall be entitled to the posses sion of such animal upon payment of all lawful charges Incurred in relation to the same. In case of disagreement as to the amount of such charges, the City Justice shall state the same End make an order therein which shall have the force and effect of a Judg ment, and the same shall be a lien upon said animal until paid. Sec. 5. If the owner or other person does not and substantiate his appear substantiate his claim thereto before the expiration of said ten days notice such anl.ual shall, be sold at public auction, and after paying the costs and expenses of such taking up, keeping and sale, the Mar shal shall deposit the balancé of any monies remaining from such sale with the City Treasurer, who shall aooount for the same as an «stray fund to be kept as such for the period of one year subiect to be refunded to the owner upon proper proof of his right thereto and the animal sold shall be sold sub ject to redemption for a like period under like proof. Sec. 6. Any person having pro perty sold under this Ordinance may within one year apply to the City Treasurer (or the refunding of the money derived from such aale, less the costs, expense and legal chargea, and may redeem tt$ property from the purchaser upon payment to him of the purchase money with jen per oent in addition. Such evidence of ownership ■hall be produced as would be required in a court of Justice and upon produc tion of such evidence the Treasnrar is authorised to pay over said money. Sec. 7. The City Marshal shall be titled to the same fees as are allowed .Ordinance No. 88 for taking np and ling animals running at large. Sec. 8. This ordinance «fljj take eflktii from and after five days from date of publication. Approved July 29. I860. D. M. WHITE,. Mayor.' Famed the Council July 20,1800. J. M. Howe, Clerk. Flay Ball sr Ikxt Up. We, the Lewiston Bern Bati dab of Lewiston, Idaho, hereby challenge the Moscow Mm Ball club of Moscow, Idaho, to day a match game of Base Ball on the Unkmtown, G e e was. Lew tston or Moeoow grounds, for the en tire gate receipts and tor aueh addi tional sum of money as may be agreed upon by the mid Lewleton and Moaeow clubs, in any amount from 0180 to 81080; each club to pay their own transporta tion aad expense* Game to be played Sunday, August 17th or Slat, 18657 L Sr annus, Manager L. B. B. A. Dated this 13th day of August, I860. it The new bell for the Catholic chureh put In place £ rarday ah not the largaat heO in 1 has afine clear tone and will either when it peels the or clangs the alarm of fire.