From the Column* of Various
The doctors and attorneys are com-1
tng to this city at an alarming rate.
How they all expect to make a living
here it is difficult to tell. There is very
little sickness and still less litigation.
The Leader is informed confidential
ly ftom miners who are familiar with
the Sevan Devils mines, that recent
developments bring to light ore, that
Is from 40 to 60 per cent richer than
any ever before discovered. We will
see a boom in the Seven Devils camp
next year unexcelled by any of late
years.— Weiser Leader.
The Post Falls Post learns that one
of the three lady commissioners to the
World's Columbian Exposition for
Idaho does not reside in that state. If
this statement is true the matter
should be investigated at once and
laid before the proper authorities. It
seems strange, indeed, that Idaho,
which is larger than several New Eng
land states put together can not pro
duce three ladies who are competent
to fill the positions.—Idaho Falls
D. 8. Wright made a trip to the
Ruby Creek mines this week, and says
things are flourishing in that vicinity
and that new developments were being
made on every hand. He says that a
man by the name of Fitz. Gibbons has
discovered a veiu of galena ore fifteen
inches wide, and that he has a shaff
down thirty-five feet and at that depth
has developed a quality of ore far sup
erior to anything yet discovered
Themis considerable excitement over
the new discovery.—Kendrick Ad
A mountain lion was seen near the
wagon brige this week by J. B. Kirk
patrick and J. M. Peppard. His lion
ship sized them up and evidently con
eluded that they were not in good eat
ing condition, for he moved on. The
gentlemen returned the compliment by
making tracks and honors were even
Later—Pep perd came to town and got
his little gun and in company with
win named Arbudes, started after the
animal. They soon overtook it, and
killed and brought to town a mam
moth lynx.—Caldwell Tribune.
A press dispatch from Helena, Mon
tana, dated January 26th, says: E. A,
Street, a telegraph operator of this city
Is $100,000 richer than he was a few
weeks ago, but he is aware that he has
sold millions for that amount. Street
works at telegraphy in the winter and
prospects for mineral in the summer.
Some time ago he located a placer
cl aim |n Lemhi county, Idaho, and
bought up adjoining ones until he had
1000 acres. He reported his finds to
ex-6enator Tabor, who sent experts to
examine, and on their findings paid
Street 0100,000 for his property. It is
reported that the placer property is
worth fully $15,000,000.—Shoshone
A bill has been introduced to es tab
llsh the Idaho scientific school at
Osborn, in Shoshone county. This
Institute of learning shall contain
school of mines, by the name and style
of the Idaho Scientific school, pro
vided, that the citizens of that place
donate to the State forthat purpose
tract of land consisting of not less than
ten acres in one parcel, suitable for said
purposes, together with a valuable
mining ledge, whereon the practical
experiments in mining can be made.
It provides that when the amount of
$10,000 has been realized from the sale
of lands for this purpose, then will the
State commence work on the college
for mechanical arts.—Idaho World.
Yesterday another placer claim was
located, of forty acres, by Joe Williams
and Horace Ostrander. They took five
pans of dirt from their ground to Kirt
ley creek and, finding a bole in the ice,
panned out, on au average, five cents
to the pan. The diggings is a dry
gulch about four miles easterly from
town. What a field of wealth lie in
those hills will never be hilly known
until some capitalized company puts
water thereon from the Lemhi river.
There is at least thirty miles of rich
ground on that side of the Lemhi. If
the Michigan Mining Company bad
carried out their plan of constructing
their ditch it would have been a bo
nanza to them and thousands of dol
lars to Lemhi.—Salmon City Recorder.
The St. Joe Transportation company
filed on Jan. 27, with the Secretary of
Btate, a certified copy of the articles of
incorporation. The object of the com
pany is to conduct a general freight
and passenger business on Lake Coeur
d'Alene, and to own and conduct a
general steamboat and sailboat busi
ness and to construct and maintain
auch steam and sail boats. The prin
cipal place of business is to be this city,
but ower places for branch business
are reserved for the company, when
necessary. The company represents
20,000 shares, at the value of one dol
lar each. There are five directors:
Frank W. Bradley, E. B. Shnik,
Arthur Powell, C. A. Waters and Geo.
B. Wannacott, all of this city. The
amount of the indebtedness of the com
pany is at no time to exceed the sum
of $2,500, unless specially provided by
a vote of two-thirds of the stock sub
scribed. It is the intention to make
extensive improvements and additions
to the line or boats now run by this
company next spring.— Coeur d'Alene
W. F. Kettenbach, Pres.
J. Alexander, Vice Pres.
F. W. Kettenbach, Cashier.
Corner ot Second and Main Streets.
Lewiston, - .....
W. F. Kettenbach, J. Alexander, J. Q. Moxley,
C. C. Bunnell. B. F. Morris,
Transacts a general Banking business. Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
Sight exchange sold on the principal ClUes of the United Stetes and Europe.
The - Regular - Stage - Line
.ewiston National Bank,
F. W. Kettenbaeh.
Carrying U. S. Mail to and from the Following named Points:
Lewiston, Pataha , Pomeroy, Dayton, Genesee, Moscow
Juliaetta, Big Potlatch, Grangeville, Cottonwood,
and Mount Idaho
Passenger accommodations on all lines. Careful drivers. General Stage office at
Raymond House, Lewiston, Idaho.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
East of Stage Office■ Commercial Travelers Ac
comodated on Short Motice •
Jno. P. Vollmer, President.
John H. Evans, Cashier
51?e - pir^t - flatioijal - Bapk,
OF LEWISTON IDAHO.
Governor M. C. Moore, S. C. Thompson, J. H. Evans, J. M. Fix, Jno. P. Vollmer
Fire proof vault for use of customers for safe keeping of valuables. Burglar
proof steel safe, protected by Sargent & Greenleaf time lock. Correspondents in
all the principal cities of the United States. Buy and sell exchange. Interest
allowed on time deposits.
Blankets, Flannels, Yams, and a full line o
Dry Goods and Notions, Underware and Furnish
ing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
and also a Complete Stock of Groceries, Glass
ware, Gueensware and Lamps.
MRS. R. BAUX.
W. E. TIMBERLAKE.
Mas. R. Saux & Co.. Propriktobs.
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 Country promptly attended to. Repairing of Saddles and Har
ness done on short notioe. Prices as Low as the Lowest and Terms Liberal.
CHHS.+C.+ KR8SS, '
■: Watches and Jewelry;
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Waltham,
Springfield and Landcaster Watches.
CLOCKS AND OPTICAL GOODS.
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry a Specialty.
A high license bill passed the Senate
yesterday by a vote of 10 to 6, and now
goes to the House with a few amend
ments, which will promptly be con
curred in, and the measure will shortly
be in the hands of the governor for his
A vigilance committee has been or
ganlzed at Nampa. They propose to
do away with the land jumpers in that
vicinity. Parties incuring the dis
pleasure of the "vigilaiitees" usually
get pretty rough treatment at their
Sole Agent For The
Mather Kid Glove, the
Best in the Market.
\lf. \i. Bishop 9 Qo.
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE FIRST NAT. BANK, LEWISTON, IDAHO.
MITeriELL & LEWIS,
Have just received a Car load of Wagons, Spring
Wagons, 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.,
Ijvçry, peed ai?d Saleable,
Between Raymond House sod Hotel DeFrance,
Lewiston, ------ Idaho.
FIRST CLASS TURNOUTS,
Either for Business or Pleasure. Terms Reasonable.
PHILIPI St POKORNY,
◄THE« MERCHANT • TAI LORS*
Main Street, Opposite J. P. Vollmer à, Co's block,
Lewiston, ------- Idaho •
Meat Fitting Clothes a Specialty, made in all the latest
Styles, and satisfaction guaranteed or
IRON WATER PIPE
FOU 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 cents per loot, two
and one-half Inch 20 cents per foot, three Inch 25 cents per foot. In car load lots
10 per cent from the above price delivered In Lewiston or any railroad station in
the northwest. L. A. PORTEE,
General Pacific Coast Agent Pulsometer Steam Pump Co., Lewiston, Idaho.
Lewiston Roller Hills,
Benj. Booth, Proprietor. Manufacturer of
THE BRILLIANT FLOUR,
An guaranteed to be the beat on the market. Middlings, Feed, Bran and
Shorts always on hand.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North tP South,
T.J. PEABODY, - - Ticket Agent
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 Riparia at...........5.00 p. m'
Leaves Riparia at............... 2.00 p. m
Arrives at Lewiston, next morning at
11.00 a. m. .
From Terminal or Interior Points th*
Is the line to take
To all points East and South. It is the
Dining Car Route. It runs Through
Vestibuled Trains Every Day
in the Year to
§T PAUL AND
(No Change of Cars.)
Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed
Pullman Drawing Room 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 Coachea
A continuous line, connecting with all
lines, affording direct and uninter
rupted service. Pullman sleep
er reservations can be se
cured in advance throu
any agent of the road.
Through Tickets to and from all
points In America, England and Eu
rope 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,
E.A. McKenna, Ticket Agent,
"THE HU'iT LINE."
In connection with the
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
Quickest and Best Route between East
ern Oregon and Washington and
Puget Sound points, as well as
the popular and direct lint
To All Points East and Southeast.
Pullman Sleeping Cars, Superb Dining
Cars, Free Second Class Sleepers,
through to Chicago via this line
Passenger Trains of this Company are
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, Pasco,
Sprague, Cheney, Davenport, Spoksns
Fulls, Butte, Helene, St. Paul, Minne
apolis, and all points East.
Passenger Train, making above con
nections, leaves Walla Walla, dally, at
7:50 p. m. Through tickets sold to all
points East at Lowest Rates.
W F. WAMSLEY.
Hea'i Ir'tind Pasi'gr Aft..
Walla Walia. Walk.
a. W. HUNT,
Praaideol and Ueo'l Manager.
Palaee 5 alooï)
F. Itoarf,Proprietor. '
Keeps constantly on hand the A N»
1 Cutter Whiskey, also wines of au
kindB. Best brand of Cigars.
H. T madgwick,
Carpenter and Builder,
The Best Machine in usa.
Orders filled with promptne» bjr Gae
« I Underwood, Lewiston, Idaho.
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