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(B. Medicine Manufacturing Company, Qufur, Oregon. Sold by every Druggist. H. W. Brearley, Pres. J. Alexander, Vice Pres. W. F. Kettenbach, Cashier. F. W. Kettenbach, Ass't Cash -THE Lewiston National Bank, Corner ol Second and Main Streets. Lewiston t Idaho. DIRdCTORSt N. W. Brearley, W. F. Kettenbaoh, J. Q. Moxley, J. Alexander, B. F. Morris, George Glass, C. C. Bunnell. PH I LI PI St POKORNY, VTHE • MERCHANT • TAILORS ► Main Street, Opposite J. P. Vollmer A Co's block, Lewiston, ------- Idaho ...... O .....a Meat Fitting Clothes a Specialty, made in all the latest Styles, and satisfaction guaranteed or Money Refunded. MRS. R. 8AUX. -TÄE W. E. TIMBERLAKE. RAYMOND HOUSE, Mas. R. Saux & Co., Propbibtoks. 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. J. H. ROBINSON Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, Saddlery Hardware, Spurs and Stockmen's Goods in General. Orders from the Coantrj promptly attended to. Bepairiog of Saddlea and Har ness done on abort notioe. Prioea aa Low aa the Lowest and Terms Liberal. CHHS.+C.+ KR6SS, -Dealer In •: Watches and Jewelry,: Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Waltham, Springfield and Landcaster Watches. CLOCKS AND OPTICAL GOODS. Bepairiog of Watohes and Jewelry a Speeialty. •< HOTEL • DE • FRANCE, » Comer of Second and "C" Streets, Lewiston, Idaho, Mme. Le Francois, ----- Proprietress , ......o...... First Class in Every Particular. Extra Accommodation for Commercial Men. NEZ ■ PERCE ■ ADDITION -TO LEWISTON, IDAHO> «be 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. £. W. Eaves, Gen. Beal Estate Agent „ Office at First National Bank. STATE NEWS. Gleaned From the Columns of Varions Idaho Exchanges. O. G. Fairchild, a telegraphic oper ator of Montpeliar, Idaho, was pas sing between two cars on tire 1st Inst., when they were started, crushing him and killing him almost instantly. Fairchild was from Trenton, Mo.— Idaho World. ■ Yesterday the syndicate closed deals on city property to the amount of $100,000. They will, If possible, begin operations on the west side canal yet this winter. We will give particulars of what this company Intend doing for Idaho Falls, in our next issue.—Eagle Rock Times. Shoshone was visited on Wednesday with a snowstoum which began at 6 in the morning and lasted until after 10 o'clock, covering the ground with about three inches of snow. It was rather a sudden change from the ex ceptionally fine weather we have been having of late.—Shoshone Journal. Grangeville, Idaho county, offers to give a building and farm for the state agricultural college, provided the col lege be located at Grangeville. The building is known as the Columbia River Conference Academy and Is valued at $5,000. Grangeville people, however, do not tell by what moun tain route a student could reach the college.—Idaho News. The Statesman says articles of In corporation of the Sierra Mining and Milling company of Mullen, Shoshone county, have been filed with the Secre tary of State. The object of the com pany is the mining and milling of sil ver, lead, gold, copper and other prec ious metals, and the operation of mills and smelters. The capital stock is $000,000.—Idaho World. Some wonderful discoveries of coal have been made near Jerusalem, Boise county, on the ranch of one Anson. Samples of the coal have been tested in the blacksmith shops of this city, and it is pronounced to be first class. The owner says he has a three-loot ledge of the coal, even better than the samples, as they were taken from a point on the ledge only three feet from the croppings.—Hornet. There is now lying in the DeLamar office a silver nugget which will be seen by a good many million people two years from now, for it is proposed to place it in the Idaho exhibit at the World's Fair. It is a chunk of silver glance with masses of ruby silver run« ning through It, and weighs three hun dred and sixty pounds. Millions of people will give It a mere passing not* ice at the World's Fair and then turn away to wonder at some other speci men not one hundreth part as valuable, for this nugget Is not handsome and few will consider that it is one of the biggest nuggets taken from what Is to day the richest discovered silver mine in America.—Idaho Avalanche. The work of tunneling Ruby hill has been going on Just two weeks, and in that time 50 feet of earth and rock has been penetrated. At present the nature of the ground is such that five feet a day is being made and timbers put in up to the face of the tunnel. What miners call a "reef' is now being cut and it is nothing more or less than the bed of some prehistoric stream. Boulders and stones worn round and smooth by the constant ac tion of waters are being taken out, and it is thought that gold may be found In the gravel by following along the old channel. Bed rock will be reached In the next few feet and In the solid formation much slower prugress will be made.—Ruby Miner. D. L. Williams was in town a day or two this week soliciting for a wagon road ffom Hot Springs Ferry up Wil low creek and down Salmon creek, to Intersect the old road to Silver City and De Lamar. He hus made severul measurements and says by the pro posed route Wagontown is just 45 miles and 2,100 feet from Caldwell, nearly ten miles nearer than any road trav eled at present. Caldwell is always liberal on roads, and tbe business men of the town were subscribing to this new scheme in their usual huppy man ner. There will only be seventeen miles of new road to build. Those who have investigated the scheme, say money from Caldwell will be well in vested.—Caldwell Tribune. There was a shooting scrape at Cot tonwood last Saturday night in which Price Yandell came very near passing in his checks. The young man hud been on the rampage and terrorising the town for some time past, and Sat urday evening, after making a show of liimscifin Nugent's place, he started over to the Cottonwood house and at tempted to run W. H. Chambers out of it at the end of a pistol. Chambers seized a Spencer rifle and blazed away at the aggressor and shot a hole through his cheek, which put a timely check upon his career, for he was fast drift ing into a bold, bad man—a sort of character for which this community has no earthly use. Chambers came over and surrendered himself, but the testimony was so strong that the shot was fired in self defense, that he was promptly discharged. There are a number of hoodlums in this town who are rapidly going to the dogs and who will surely be shot dead in their trucks unless they take warning by Yandell's fate and mend their ways.—Idaho County Free Press. U. H. Sprague, OTJKTSLÆITH My shop now open and ready for all work in this line. Give me a call. Lewislon, Idaho. DR. WM. CASTON, Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Exclusively. Hyde Block, Spokane Falls, Wash. BUCKUN-S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skfn eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J. Q. Moxley. THE NEW DISCOVERY. . To« b»T« heard your triend« and neigh bors talking aboutit. Yon may yourself bo ona ot tha many who know frum penonnl oxporieuoe jut how good a thing it ia. If you hara ever triad it, yon are ona of ita a tan «eh friande, beeanee the wonderful thing about It ie, that w boo onse gtren n trial, l*r. King'i Mow Disaorory ever after holde a plaoo la the hone«. If yon bar« nerer need it aad should bo afflicted withaooagh, cold er aoy Throat, Lang or Cbaet trouble, aaeuro a buttle et once aad girt it a fair trial. It U Ç iaraateed m y time, or money refunded, rial bottle, free at J, Q, Moxlera' Drugstore. THE FIRST STEP. Perhapi you are run down, can't «at osa t aleep. can't think, ean't do enytbing to your eatiefaotion, end y<u wonder what ails yon. You ehould heed the warning' you ara taking tba Bret atop into Nerruna Prostration. Yon nead a Narr« 1 oaic and in blectrie Bitters you will Bud tha asset remedy for restoring your narrons erstem ft* its normal, healthy condition. Surprising retail* follow tha nie of this groat Narra Tonie and Alteratlre. Yoar appetite returns, good digestion ia re stored, and the Lirpr and Kidneys resume haul thy action. Try a bettle. Prioa 60«. at J.. Q, Moxley'* Drag Stör«. J. ALEXANDER, Sole Agent For The Mather Kid Glove, the Best in the Market. LEWISTON, IDAHO. U /. JL Bishop G Ço. RELAsXj ESTATE MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE FIRST NAT. BANK, LEWISTON, IDAHO. MITGriELL & LEWIS, LEWISTON, IDAHO, Have just received a Car load of Wagons, Spring Tfagons, 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' Ijvçry, peed ai?d Saleable, Between Raymond House and Hotel DeFrance, Lewiston, - - - • - Idaho. FIRST CLASS TTJH.3STOXTTS, Either for Business or Pleasure. Terms Reasonable, CH EAP FOR CASH! Jacob Eichenberger Will make Special Reduction on his Stock in order to make room for Fall and Winter Good». A full line of BuckinglMft & Hechts celebrated Boots and Shoes, a special quality of men's $3 and Shoes, and a complete stock of Button, Lace 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 the middlemen's profits with us. Look at these prices; surely the age of iron is at hand. Lap Welded Iron Pipe Dipped in Coal Tarr:—Two inch 15 cento per fo°ti *** and one-half Inch 20 cento per foot, three Inch 25 cento per foot. In oar Joed loto 10 per cent from the above price delivered in Lewiston or any railroad toatfo o the northwest. L. A WR*®» General Pacific Coast Agent Pulsometer Steam Pump Co., Iswtoton, Idaho. Lewiston Boiler Hills, An guaranteed Benj. Booth, Proprietor. Manufacturer of THE BRILLIANT FLOUR, , , kl te be the best on tha market. Middlings, Feed, Bran Shorts always on hand.