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"WlaoleseLle einci Retail Dealers in gen e r a l m erchandise. Our Stock for Season of 1891, is Full, with Choice New Goods, at Lowest Market Price* * ♦ DRY GOODS. CARPETS. FURNISHING GOODS. HARDWARE. GROCERIES. TOBACCOS. Printe, Ginghams, Oil Cloths, Bugs, White Shirts, Nails, Sugar, < 'igar« Dress Goods, and Upholstery Goods. Fancy Over Shirts, Iron, Steel, ( 'ofl'ees, Cigarettes, All Kinds Sheeting, Window Shades, Underwear, Coal, Lime, Teas, Snutr Silks and Velvets, Curtain Poles, Fine Neckwear, Plaster, Spices, Pi 1 h>s |and Velveteens, Wall PajH'r, Quilts, and Cement. Syrups, Notioua. Black Goods, Border, and a Comforters, Hope, Rice, Paints, White Goods, General line of House and Blankets. Fence Wire, Extracts, Colors, Liuen Goods, Furnishing Goods. We also carry Barbed Wire < 'andy Mixed Paints, Embroideries, Hats and Caps, a fuit line and Staples. and Nuts. White Lead, Hosiery, Ladies, Misses of Crockery, Powder, Soaps and Oils and Gloves, and Childrens Straw Goods. Lamps Bead, Coal Oil. Varnishes. Underwear, Ladies, Misses ami Childrens Glassware, Caps, Paint Brushes, Flannels, Shawls, Fine Shoes. Knives, Forks • I useand Sasli Skirts, Laces, Mens, Boys and Childrens and Spoons. Doors, Giant Powder. C 1 uci'.ei s, ( akes a;:d r . on Handkerchiefs, Ril> Clothing. < 'locks, All kinds of Blinds and bons, Trimmings Trunks, Bags, Silver Plated and Notions of All Kinds. and Valises. Boots and Siloes. Ware and Tinware. Garden Tools. Mouldings. Mail Orders Solicited, which will receive Our Special Attention and Lowest Prices. JNO- VOLLMEH &; CO, Lewiston, IcLeiiio. Haims Ills! PERTAINING TO BUTERENT SEC TIONS OF THE GLOBE. Toung Lovers Suicide. Principal of a Public School, in Cali fornia, Shot by a Stage Driver. —Many Other Things. Two youthful lover«, Mi «s Ida Town send and Elmer Foster, of Oulenu, 111., committed suicide June lut. They had been out for a drive and returned late in the evening. The girl's mother entered her room the next morning and found both dead. The young man was on tile bed and the girl on the floor, to which she had füllen in lier «Rony. They had tuken strychnine. The girl's father is wealthy and Foster was a farm hand, and it was said the parents opposed their union. The Canadian government lias passed an order in council permitting the Three Rivers Dead Meat Export com ply to import American cattle in band to be slaughtered. The present regulation prohibits the importation of eattle from the United States into Can ada on account of the threat of the british government that Canadian cattle arriving in England would lie scheduled the same as those arriving tom the United States if the importa t o " °f American cattle into the Do minion was permitted. The Grand Army of the Republic P°"b* of Portland, assisted by the Wo man's Relief Corps and SonsofVeter ans, gave W. G. Veuzey, commander n-cbief of the Grand Army of the Re public, u rousing reception in the G. A ' R. hall June 3rd. The hall w s crowded and a great many old veterans * ere Present to shake hands with the < «tinguished guests. Mr. Vcassey, in an eloquent address, took occasion to re ® r the pen-ion department, and * that often to much red tape pro cecdinga worked great injustice to de Hervl| ig soldiers. Trade statistics for Costa Rica for the f year show a remarkable change in mports. The United (States now hav p* a larger trade with Costa Rica than mgland, France or Germany. The v# ' oe °f Imports lost year was $4, f °f which the United States Bushed $1,500,000. The reports from c British consul to this government, just made public, expressed surprise that the United States should now stand first on the list, when a few years ago its shipments did not nearly approach those of Great Britain. He adds: "This requires some looking into as soon as official figures upi>ear in de tail. I will endeavor to ascertain what are the articles imported that have superseded those of former years. " At u meeting of the world's fair cer emonies committee held in Chicago June 3rd, it was stated Colorado, Cal ifornia, North Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio und Pennsylvania will send to the dedica tion ceremonies in September, 1K92, the pick of the state troops. The commit tee decided to make the military dis play a decided feature of the big parade. E. T. Ijee's scheme for the reunion of the soldiers of the north und south was discussed, and it was decided to muke no special feature of such a reunion. Soldiers wearing either the blue or the gray will Ik* welcomed and well treated. Lieutenant Cabell and twenty-five soldiers of the Fourteenth United States infantry arrived in Tacoma June 2nd and are camped on the Puy allup reservation. They are sent to eject squatters who claim a title to the Indian school lands. It is probable the squatters will resist sufficiently to cause force to be used und they will settle the matter in the courts. Lieu tenant Cabell was ordered to report to Indian Agent Ells and P. C. Lillfan, the assistant U. S. district attorney, botli of whom are out of the city at present. The squatters on the reserva tion are in many cases bud men, and bloodshed Is feared. The squatters are all well armed and have done some loud talking about their intention to Hold their claims. A terrific cyclone visited Cincinnati June 3rd. It tore a hole in the First regiment armory and jumped the river to Covington, where it struck the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad shops, tearing off the roofs and crushing the west wall. Joseph Watts, a railroad employe, was caught in the ruins and killed. It is rumored that another body is in the ruins. The cyclone then visited the Latonia race-track where 3,000 people were assembled and caused a panic. Every person rushed from the grand stand. The wind tossed the benches about like chips, and the roof commenced to crack and bend. Women fainted, stalls gave way, and the air was filled witli flying timbers. The storm then moved to the south and east. The damage to I.atoula property is $3,000; to Covington property $13,000. Had • I I ! I the roof of the grand stand given way the loss of life would have been fright ful. The cyclone went from Covington up the Licking river, doing much dam age. Near Defiance, Ohio, a dozen people ute reported killed, but as the wires are not working the rumor is not verified. A special to the Han Francisco Chronicle front Mendocinu, Cal. says: I). C. Shull, principal of the public school at Cuffey's Cove, was shot and killed last Friday evening by a stage driver named Rhodes. Shull boarded at the house of the mother of May Thurston, a teacher in the public school. Rhodes called on Miss Thurs ton in the afternoon and demanded site should marry him. She refused to do so and Rhodes choked lier and then went in search of a rifle with which to shoot lier. He procured the rifle at a neigtilior's house, hut in the meantime Miss Thurston had been warned by a neighbor's boy and esca|ied. Shull was alone in the house when Rhodes returned there. Rhodes tried the front door, but found it locked. He then went to the back of the house. He soon sqw Shull pass the open doorway and fired at him, tiie ball passing through Shull's body and killing him instantly. Rhodes took a horse and went to the mountains. A posse bus gone in search of him. It is supposed that Rhodes thought Shull had influ enced Miss Thurston against him. Shull was a successful teacher, and was to have been married last Sunday. The city of Sturgis, S. D. was visited June 1st by the worst storm since eighty-eight. The water was three feet deep on Main street. Itailway traffic is impeded. The loss will reach thous ands of dollars. • ■ fl A ft I ftifff» bs earned ai nur NRW lln« of work, I ■■ IIIILV "»d *»•••' rnbly. I.jr tl.o«* of I llll I j 111 ■■ W either «ex. vom.g ..r old. and in their ! ■■■ II I« I I own lov«litl«a,%» herever they live. Any ■■■ " ■ W M ■ ouritn do the work. Kaay to leant. Wa farulah cvarribiuir. We Mart r»u. No risk. You emu devot« yoor «pure momenta, or all your time to the work. 1 hla la an entirely new lead.and bring» u •mjrrftil aucreaa to ersrv w orker. I Beginner* are earning from »*« to «&0 per week and upwards, and more after a little eii>erienec. We ran fumiah you tbe eni I■loyment and Uaick yon rMKk. No apace to explain her*. Fall information FKRk. TKtE A t'O.» AlVlBTA, RAlML Snn* little fortunaa have been taadaat . work for aa, by Anna Pafr, Auatin, ft Texas, and Jim. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio. 'em cut. Others are doing as well. Why •*t you? Some cam «wer IMI.W a tomb. You ran do the work and lira tt home, wherever you are. Kven ba *«toners are easily earning Horn II to • ■••day. All agea. We show you how •nd start y*»u. f an work In spare tint# or nil Ik* time. Ilig money for work* erx. Failure unknown among them. __ __ — NEW and wonderful. Particulars free. ajiaiMte c..,s» •••Pwtiaaa, M*ia* BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cut«, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuiu, fever sores, tetter, chapi>ed hands, chilblains, corns and all skin 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. FINE CATALOGUE. Write, Stating Amount HEAD WATER AND POWER 7 WASTE J. 4r LEFFEL WATER WHEEL BUILT BY THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., UPRIGHT AND HORIZONTAL FOR ELECTRIC, MINING AND MANUFACTURING PLANTS, Easy work ini; gate«. High perccutage and cron «peed at full and part capacity. Equally adapted to high and low heads. Large number of Kir.es and styles. THE JAMES LEFFEL ft CO. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. OM 110 LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK CITY. a to The Wisconsin Central Lines. Northern Pacific Railroad Co., Lessee. Runs fast trains with Pullman Ves tibuled drawing room sleepers, Dining Cars and Coaches of latest design, Ih* tween Chicago and Milwaukee and St. Paul and Minneapolis. Fast Trains with Pullman vestihuled drawing room sleepers, Dining Curs and coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman vestibuled draw ing riKiin and Colonist sleepers via the Northern Pacific railroad between Chi cago and Portland, Or. Convenient trains to and from Küst ern, Western, Northern and Central Wisconsin points, affording unequalled service to and from Waukesha, Fon du Lac, Oshkosh, Neenab, Menasha, Chip pewa Falls, Eau Claire, Murley, Wis., and Ironwood and Bessemer, NI ici». For tickets, sleeping car reservations, time tables and other information, ap ply to agents of the line, or to ticket agents anywhere in the United States or Canada. H. R. Aixsi.ik, General Manager. Milwaukee, Wis. J. M. Haxxaford, Gen. Traffic Mng'r. St. Paul, Minn. H. C. Barlow, Traffic Manager, Chicago, III. Louis Eckstkix, Ass't Gen' I Pass, and licket Agent. Chicago, III. Grand Central Passenger Station, Cor. Harrison St., uud Fifth Ave. 25 Q. THE BEST. D. M. Fbkry & Co's Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced Seed Annual] i For 1891 will be mailed FREEf \to all applicants, and to last season's t customers. It is better than ever. Every person using Garden, Flower *r Field Seeds, should send for it. Address D. M. FERRY 4 CO. DETROIT, MICH. I Largest Seedsmen in the world J 1 "You feel tired—Do you know what it meaiiH ? \ ou are ner. vous —Why ? You cough in tbs morning—Do you realise (because? Y our ap]K*tite is poor— What makes it so? You seem like a changed person to your friends—Do you know what is the matter, or hu the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice ? You have Consumption' S V,*e do not say this to frighten, you, but it is true. These are the suro symptoms of this terrible disease. There ia one tiling which will check it and that is DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. It la recommended by the best physicians In Europe and America. •4 «st«, wO cent* and $1.00 per ttettla. W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway. New York. For sale by J. Q. Moxley, Lewiston. The Boss Meat Market, J. Clindining, Proprietor. LEWISTON, - - - - IDAHO'. Beef, Mntton, Pork, Veal, Bacon, Hams and Sausages. The best of Meats from the Block and by the Quarter, served in good style. Prices Low. I A|w«rhl«l of information and ob festrut, of (Uc l.wt, iUii.lu, Jin,, to h CxY«;it*, Trade.. Ai Mark,. C.uirrftrilis, aenf /.w. v läm. MUNN A OO.^ Jill 11 run dun r. New Y«»k. . L. C. NEAL, And Undertaker. Full line of Furniture and Coffina.. Metalie and Cloth-covered Caskets. I Also Picture Frames and Mouldings.' Main street, between 2nd and 3d, Lew iston, Idaho.