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Corner of Second and "C" Street«, Lewiston, Idaho, Mme. Le Francois, ----- Proprietress ......O...... First Class In Every Particular. Extra Accommodation for Commercial Men. FAMILY GROeGRY. Louis Grostein, - - Proprietor. A New and Fresh Stock of Groceries constantly kept on hand. Fruits. Canned Fruits, Kaffees. Teas and Spices. A complete stock of Tobaccos and Cigars. Cheap for Cash. Remember the place on Main St., In the Qreenburg building. The S. B. Remedies are the best family med icines made for the Immediate relief of Sick Headache, Liver and Kidney complaint«, Coughs, Croup, Cramp Colic, Bronchitis, Etc. Headache and Liver Cure. Cough and consumption cure I Alpha Tain Cure. They are unequaled for Immediate relief and final cure of the diseases for which they are recommended. The 8. B. Headache and Liver Cure, for the cure of Stomache, Liver and Kidney diseases, îf you have tie ...oae, Sonr Stomach, Heartburn, Water brash, Spitting up of Food, Habitual Costiveness, Distress or Weight In the Stomach, Drowsiness or Dissiness, all you need Is a few doses of S. B. Headache and Liver Cure, and you will feel well, hearty and ready for your meals. The S. B. Cough and Consumption Cure, for Coughs, Colds and Consumption, is so pleasant to taste that we often have to caution people against drinking It, but if will do the work all the same, and don't you fo. get It. Prepared by S. (B. Medicine Manufacturing Company, (Dufur, Oregon. Sold by every (Druggist. «war -FOR™ Blankets, Flannels, Yarns, and a lull line of Dry Goods and Notions, Underwear and Furnish ing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, and also a Complete Stock of Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware and Lamps. N. W. Brearley, Pres. J. Alexander, Vice Pres. W. F. Kettenbach, Cashier. F. W. Kettenbach, Ass't Cash -THE Lewiston National Bank, Corner ot Second and Main 8treeta Lewiston » ------ Idaho. DIRGCTORSi N. W. Brearley, W. F. Kettenbach, J. Q. Moxley, J. Alexander, B. F. Morris, George Glass, C. C. Bunnell. PHILIRI St POKORNY, *THE • MERCHANT • TAILORS ► Main Street, Opposite J. P. Vollmer A Co's block, Lewiston, ------- Idaho • ......o...... Meat Fitting Clothes a Specialty, made in all the latest Styles, and satisfaction guaranteed or Money Refunded. J. H. ROBINSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, Saddlery Hardware, Spurs and Stockmen's Goods in General. Orders from the Country promptly attended to. Repairing of Saddles sod Her ns« done on short notioe. Prices as Low as the Lowest sod Terms Liberal. CHHS.+C.+KRSSS, -Dealer In Watches and Jewelry,: Solid SUver and Silver Plated Ware, Waltham, Springfield and Landcaster Watches. CLOCKS AND OPTICAL GOODS. Impairing of Watohes and Jewelry n Specialty. NEZ ■ PERCE - ADDITION -TO LEWISTON, I33A.HO. Nez Perce Addition Is the most beautiful addition to Lewiston. Most charming view for resident property in the city. A complete system of waterworks will be completed within Ninety days. This is the near est, the cheapest and the best located addition now on the market. Every lot good level land. Wide streets and alleys In every block. Investors of either large or small means can now acquire lots and blocks at such prices as will defy competition. This land lies directly between the land controled by the Portland syndicate and the present city. All the Improvements contemplated by them will add rapidly to property in this addition. Prices for a short time only—Inside lots $100, corners $125. One-third cash, balance on easy payments. B. W. Eaves, Gen. Seal Estai e Agent Office at First National Bank. U f. \\. Bishop 9 Qo. T= ?TT. AT . ESTATE MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE FIRST NAT. BANK, LEWISTON, IDAHO. BTATE HEWS. Gleaned From the Columns of Varions Idaho Exchanges. Idaho Falls, late Eagle Rock, is to have starch works. A company has been organized with a capital of $100,000 to manufacture starch from the potatoes that grow so abundantly in the valley.—Silver Messenge,. The copper mines on the east fork of Lost river continue to elicit great In terest from outside capital. The most recent sale is that of Ed. Morrlsey, who has just closed a bargain for one fourth of bis claim on the east fork of Lost river for twelve thousand dollars. —Boise Sun. Mr. Geo. A. Rahm shipped two boxes, weighing nearly five hundred pounds, of rich specimens of Seven Devils ore to Randall F. Kemp, super intendent of the mineralogical depart ment of the Spokane exhibition this week. This ore runs from 80 to 80 per cent pure copper, and from $20 to $100 per 'ton In gold and silver.— Welser Leader. A recent decision by Judge Beatty has settled the long-pending county contest between Shoshone and Bellevue In favor of the latter place. The Judge holds that the clause in the constitution, requiring a two-thirds majority in case of the removal of a county seat, cuts no figure In the mat ter of permanent location of county seats as provided by "existing laws," and hence Shoehone had never been the county seat. The decision Is a hard blow to the Shoshoneltes.—Eagle Rock Register. Yesterday (Nov. 7) a deal was com pleted on the Panhandle mine, located on Nine Mile, two and a half mile* from Wallace. R. E. Brown, the well known civil engineer, secured a bond on it for nine months at $45,000, one third of that amount payable in six months. It is proposed to do a large amount of work, and it will be begun within thirty days. Competent judges have a high opinion of the Panhandle. It Is the property of Sam Black, J. B. Cameron and John L. Sullivan. It bears every evidence of being a big mine.—Miner. Geo. Steele and Geo. Gross last week located a coal mine on the west side of Salmon rlv_T about three miles above Salmon City. They brought samples to this city and It burns well, but no chemical test has been made so far, but to all appearance It Is of good quality. On Moose creek, about sixteen miles from here, Is a large deposit of coal which was discovered over twenty years ego. The discovery of these coal veins, together ulth that of S. H. Young's, mention of which was made in last week's Recorder, will undoubt edly do more to develop the resources and bring a railroad through our county than any other in toast of Lemhi county.—Idaho Recorder. ■ A bold robbery was committed last night at BitnerA Miner's saloon, on Main street. After the establishment was closed for the night a daring burg lar effected an entrance through a win dow into the back room of the building and by breaking open a door con necting with the saloon obtained an entrance. There he succeded in get ting $32.50 which was in a sack lying on the bar. No attempt was made to S urloin any of the property or stock tn ie house, but evidently content with capturing the cash, the thief made good his escape. No clue ae yeL—Wardner News. Another bridge is to cross the Boise at this place. The Colorado parties who bought the fine ranch or M. E, Payne, on the north side, are now hav ing a wagon road graded to the river and will Immediately span the stream with a substantial iron bridge. The road on this side will cut through Flanigan's brickyard, barely missing hia kiln. Mr. Force has the contract; for grading the road, and already has men and teams at work upon It. The road had previously been graded from Payne's ranch through Ryan's. Those Colorado people are great pushers, and are doing great things for Boise and vicinity.—Boise Democrat. REMARKABLE RESCUE. Mrr Michael Curtain. Plainfield, III., aaakaa tha atatemaut that aba eaufht eoli «hieb aettlad on har long«; abe waa treated for a month b< her family phraielan hat (raw worn. Ha told bar aha waa a hi-paleia victim of consumption and that so madicina could eure her. Her drngiriat au »get tad Dr. King'« Now Dlieovary for Consumption; »be bought ■ • bottle and to hnr delight found hnrnlf bane fitted from first don. 8bo eontinaod its an and after taking tan haul«* found hnrnlf sound and wtll and now dona bar own honaa work and if as wall at aha aver waa Free trial bottles of this grunt discovery at J Q Moxloy '» drugstore, largo bottles 50e and il.H HAPPY HOOVERS. Wm Timmons, postmaster ef Idavilla, lad, writes "Bleetrio Bittere bee done more for me then nil other medicines combined fur that bed fnling arising from Kidney and Livsr troubla." John Lealio, farmer and stoekmnn of nets plan "Find Klntrie Bitters to be the beat Kidney and Liver medicine, made me feel like ■ new man " J W Uardner. hard warn merchant of sama town »aya "Rico trie Bitters is just the thing fr>r a man who la all run down and don't earn whether ha livae or dice" he found new strong-b, good appetite and felt just tike be had a new lease on life, Only 60o a bottle at J Q Moxley'■ dragatere. BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE, The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to rive perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J. Q. Moxley. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PEOOF. MILES D. SMITH-Hd No. 14». LAND OFFICE AT LowUt'os, Idaho, November IT, 180S, jkTOTICB IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT THK iN following anmad settlor has Sind notice of hia intention to mahn Inal proof in anpport of hia claim, and that laid proof will ha made before Ü. 8. Land OSea, at LewUtoa, Idaho, on aaombar 28.1890, v : t; Milo* D. Smith for tha oak tan II twpM a rtwBM. Ho samaa the following witaaeaai ta prova hia aontissaaa raaidanaa epos sod aultivatios of, said land, vtas Robert Iagbram, Laroy L. Strong, Fatal M. Davis, is ms a l Lewis, all af Lew Ut e« . Idaho. a M L DAT, 8 J. ALEXANDER, Sole Agent For The Mather Kid Glove, the Best in the Market. LEWISTON, IDAHO. MBS. R. SAUX. W. E. TIMBERLAKE. THE RAYMOND HOUSE, Mas. R. Saux & Co.. Proprietors. Corner Fifth and Montgomery Streets, Lewiston, Idaho. This Hotel is newly built, hard finished throughout, has all the Modern Conveniences for the comfort of Guests, and is kept as a first class House. GENERAL STAGE OFFICE And headquarters for all Express Lines running to and from Lewiston. MITerfELL & LEWIS, LEWISTON, IDAHO, Have just received a Car load of Wagons, Spring Jf agons, Carriages, Phaetons, Carts, Etc., which they will offer for the next few weeks at remarkably low figures • Maw is the time to get Bargains. GEORGE MORRISON, MNG'R., Lewiston, Idaho. LYDON BROTHERS' [\ W y, peed ai?d Salçjtable, Between Raymond House and Hotel De France, Lewiston, ------ Idaho. FIRST CLASS TURNOUTS, Either for Business or Pleasure. Terms Reasonable . CHEAP FOR CASHI Jacob Eichenberger Will make Special Reduction on hi« Stock in order to mak# room for Fall and Winter Goods. A full line of Buckingham & Hechts celebrated Boots and Shoes, a special quality oi men's $3 and $1 Shoes, and a complete stock of Button, Lac* and Gaiters, for sale at reduced rates. Opposite Raymond House, Lewiston, Idaho. IRON WATER PIPE FOR SALE CHEAP. No more use for Wooden Pipe. Manufacturers are willing to share th*t middlemen's profits with us. Look at these prices; surely the age of iron is at hand. Lap Welded Iron Pipe Dipped In Coni Tarr j—Two inch 15 cents P» *>"*'*** and one-half Inch 20 cents per foot, three Inch 25 cents per foot. In carload 10 per cent from the above price delivered in Lewiaton or any railroad I** * the northwest. L. A. PORTER, General Pacific Coast Agent Pulsometer Steam Pump Co., Lewtah*, I*** Lewiston Roller Mills, Bd». Booth, Proprietor. Manutkcturer of THE BRILLIANT FLOUR, _ . An guaranteed to be the best on the market. Mi ddlin gs, Iked, Shorts always on hand.