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-- - •» BLESS6D+BE+TH©+MRN+WHO+PHYETH+THE+PRINTeR. *• ------ IS. L0WISTON, IDRHO, HUGUST27, 1501. NUMBER ^5. DÜS ofjm M! OBSERVATIONS AND OEMS OF news intermingled. promiscuously Secured In Our Reader*.— Read Every Local or Ton May Miss the One Intended for Ton. Net Perce Addition. U. fe. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. The L. W. 8. the latest, the best. —Geo. H. Lake, Jeweler, Lewiston. U. S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. —Belting and lace leather at Bun nell's. U. S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. _C. C. Bunnell sells the Charter Oak stoves. —Black board slating; all you want 'at Bunnell's. —Goto Bunnell's for glass, putty, paints and fixtures. —E. O'Neill has money to loan on best terms and at lowest rates. —C. A. Thatcher for Farm Loans, Beal Estate, Books, Music, etc. Try the L. W. 8., a new brand of fa vorite cigars at Dent A Butler's. New wheat has begun to be marketed. The price has advanced to 70cts. —Bunnell can furnish anything in the hardware line at prices that defy bompetion. —At the O. R. N. Exchange you can get "Moore" Whiskey. We mean Jesse Moore. —Dent & Butler are agents for the famous Judd Electric Belt. Complete ilne in stock. —Jesse Moore Whiskey, of 1882, for tale at the O. R. A N. Exchange. Call tn and sample It. —Before purchasing railroad and Iteamstfip tickets, consult agents tlnion Pacific System. —For complete Abstracts of Title, go to R. P. Mudge, Hale & Cooper block, South side Main street. Cummings Bros, are prepared to do iall kinds of first class photographic work, at reasonable rates. We are indebted to Robert Smith for k fine lithographed copy of Seiffert's Celebrated picture "Wishing Eyes." Cummings Bros., photographe^ successors to W. A. Fleming. Notice their display of work at the gallery. —Remember that the dental parlors bf Dr. F. J. Boston are now located in the same building occupied by Dr. J. B. Morris. The decree of distribution of the Cstate of Thos. Meadors, deceased, was issued Monday, giving the property to his mother. Don't fail to read Prof. Hepburn's announcement in another column. All music students have a rare chance offered them. In Justice court, S. L. Thompson reports one A. Stinson arrested for being drunk and disorderly. Stinson Was fined and released. —The agents of the Union Pacific System are provided with railroad and steamship tickets to all points east, äs well as to and from foreign ports. Sprinkle the streets and keep doWn the dust. It will add greatly to the health and comfort of our citizens Without any great outlay of expense. —The Union Pacific System have on sale excursion and single trip tickets of all classes, to all points, which are sold at reduced rates daily for regular trains. Orders of sale of the personal prop erty in the estate of Arndt Anne, in sane, and Henry W. Deacon, deceased, were issued by Judge Isaman Tuesday. The guardian of the estate of the Wlshard heirs rendered his yearly ac count of expenditures and receipts for the past year, on Monday, in the pro bate court. —You need a new cook stove. One of those new Charter Oak ranges at Bunnell's is about the figure. Äeat, complete and exceedingly cheap. Call 'nd examine. The Northern Pacific will sell excur sion tickets to Tacoma and return, Rood for seven days, on account of the Western Washington Industrial Ex position, at $22.05. Ticket sale com mences on Sept. 0. —I desire to state to the public that I have opened up a barber Bhop, first door west of Dent A Butler's drug store where I would be pleased to meet any *nd all of my old friends, when In need Of a shave and hair-cut. J. H. Gaut, men bian tain the ing well hitn tion will to sion are and on in Additional Locals. U. 8. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. Call on J. F. Road night for speci men copies of the "World 's Fair Colum bian Exposition Illustrated." News has just reached here that Dick Stephens, a rancher on Craig's moun tain has cut his foot severely while hewing on a water trough, near his home on the mountain Rev. L. J. Whitcomb will preach at the M. E. Church next Sabbath, morn ing and evening. Tills will 1* ids fare well to the people of Lewiston. Let hitn have a good audience. Citizens of Main street should peti tion the council to have that street sprinkled. Soon the wheat hauling will begin and living along that thor oughfare will lie unendurable. —Union Pacific System otters un equalled facilities to tourists en route to all points east. Vestibuled Sleepers, Diners, Free Chair Cars through to Missouri River and Chicago without change. The Northern Pacific will sell excur sion tickets to Portland and return, good for seven days, on account of Portland Industrial Exposition, at $22.50. Ticket sale commences on Sep tember 16. S Many thousands of pounds of fruit are now going to waste in our yards and orchards. A canning factory oi champagne cider plant would do well here, and add some thousands of dol lars to the town. —Salary, $25 pet week! Wanted:— Good agents to sell our General line of merchandise. No peddling. Above Salary will be paid to live agents. For further information, address Chicago General Supply Co., 178 West Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. —800 acres deeded land, 9 miles from Lewiston, close to steamboat landing, to äs on of in the ac for pro One at Call the Ex com that first any need Lewiston, close to steamboat landing, on Snake river. No buildings, but all Under rail and two wire fence. 700 acres in cultivation. Fine living spring. For price and terms, address A. F. barker, Grangeville, Idaho. The will of Andrew Schultheis was proved in the probate court this week. As no one appeared to contest, the doc ument was approved as drawn. Mich ael Schultheis was appointed executor under the will. The legal notice to creditors appears elsewbe in this issue. The Cummings Bros., of Athena, Oregon, successors to W. A. Fleming, photographer, come highly recom mended in Iheir profession. They are able, proficient workmen, and clever, entertaining gentlemen. We are glad to welcome them as citizens of Lewiston The public schools of Lewiston will begin operation Monday, Sept. 7. The school board are already busy with needed repairs on the school building. Each room of the building will be fitted with a drinking faucet and wash basin and in each' mom fifty feet of hose will be placed, to use as fire protection. Fob Sale. — C. C. Bunnell has a bar gain to offer In a Buffalo scale. A new 6000 pound or 100 bu warehouse or hopper scale. The scale is but slightly used; not damaged in the least, and warranted In perfect order. A rare bargain for a low price. Ca l at his place of business anti examine the property. / Word has been received from Ed. Wiggin, at Minneapolis, stating that the stock in his charge had arrived all safely at that point and would reach Chicago the next day. The stock con sists of two carloads of horses from the bands of Wiggin and Arant on Salmon river. Both gentleman accompanied the shipment: John Brackendorff", driver for Baird Bros., In taking an extra stage to Um iontown Tuesday last, met with a ser tous runaway. The horses becoming scared ran into the fence, breaking the tongue and kicking off" the dushboard, they escaped. Neither team nor driver were injured, however, and the damage to the wagon was soon repaired, was 14, a tax Was df a of U. S. Stere— Kendrick, Idaho. Just how to cook a roast quite well That's what all do not know. The first thing is to get your meat, And then the fire must glow. Dont spoil the meat and waste the fire But have a "Wire Gauze Door." Put on yourrange and roasts will taste Better than e'er before. Redemption of City Warranta Lewiston, Aug. 20tb, 1891 Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing Warrants on the Police ftind will be redeemed on presentation at the Treasurer's office. Nos. 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, issued March 4,1891, and all' Warrants on said fund Issued prior to said date and that Interest will î£JÎ?on the same from and after this vr~ j. R. Lydon, I city Treasurer. S oi of all F. RESULT OF LABORS DURING THE RECENT SESSION. Few Reductions Made. Rate of Insurance Reduced—Musical Convention—Caught on the Fly—Other Things. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day, of last week. The board of Equal ization for Independant School Dis trict No. 1., met at the office of the clerk of the board. The board this year is comprised of S. C. Hale, Mayor of Lewiston, J. R. Lydon, Treasurer, J. 1). McConky, President of the school board and U. J. Monroe, Clerk of the school board. J. Howord Howe, as assessor, was present during the entire session of the board, to defend his posi tion in regard to the tax valuations. Various parties ap|>eared before the board with complaints of unequal discrimination in the tax levy. Jasper Rand was granted a reduction of $200 on tlie tax assessment on four acres in lot 10, of Acres of the city of Lewiston B. Bootli appeared before the board and asked for reductions on the valua tions placed on property owned by him, amounting in all to a total reduction of $2300, but the application was in each instance denied and the first val ue's retained. F. W. Ketten bach in behalf of thfe Lewiston Light and Wa ter Company, made application for a reduction of $10,000 on the assessment of that plant and was granted $5000 by the board. He was also granted a re duction of $55 each, on the one-third Interests of W. F. Kettenbach, Geo. H. Luke and Paul Heffelmen, lying in the Moxley tract. Lot Wiggin asked and was grunted a reduction of $1200 on the Newell estate. L. Stannus asked for a reduction of assessment on part of lot 14, blk. 30, from $850 to $600, but was denied. denied. He, however, was granted a reduction of assessment on lot 1, block 31, from $790 to $500. The total assessment was $780,805, and the total tax $5466.18. The deduction on equal isation in values was $6905, the tax on which will be $48.33. A ded' ction Was made for widows for a valuation df $11887.50, the tax on which is $83.21. The total tax roll now as corrected is a valuation of $762,012.50. on which the levy Will cause a tax of $5334.64 to be Collected, to be used for the current school fund for the coming year. The levy this year is a seven mills tax, being a reduction of three mills from last years levy A. D. Smith, special fire Insurance agent, was in the city the earlier part of the week, making a readjustment of the fire rates for this city. He made special inquiry concerning the new means of fire protection ottered by our water works system. At his request Tiger Hose Co. No. 1, made an exhibi tion run on Monday evening. The run was made from the hose house to the Vollmer hydrant, a distance of three hundred yards, in the very short time of a minute afid a half. The water has been thrown one hundred aud twenty feet in several different trials under a uniform pressure of ninety pounds to the square inch. Mr. Smith appeared well pleased with the exhibi: tlon and will make a favorable report to the companies. It is likely that a large reduction will be made from the hitherto exhorbitant fire rates. 86, is and to to the the on all U. S. Store 1 —Kendrick, Idaho. Music School Prof. Francis Kroger Hepburn, grad uate of the Vienna Conservatory of Music, late from San Francisco, wishes to inform the musical fraternity of this city, that the Prof, will be here on or about September 5, to organize a musi cal convention. The gentleman comes well recommended and lf a liberal sup port is given may remain in the vicin ity to teach voice culture and Instru-' mental music. The Prof, is well known all over this coast, holding very successful conventions and re cently, In Genesee, was requested by bis class to teach a second term. An opening recital will be given by Mr. Hepburn, to introduce himself to the community and advanced musical students are invited to take part In th< same. Further particulars see hand bills. _ Dr. John B. Pilkington. The Veteran Oculist and Medical specialist, of Portland, will be at Lew iston Sunday and Monday, until 4 ~ m., Sept. 6 and 7. at Raymond House. Eye, ear, throat, lung, and all chronic, I nervous, uterine or rectal cases, given 1 examination and opinion free. a Caught on the Fly. Ed Jacobs of Gem see spent Sunday in Lewiston. The family of R. J. Monroe returned Tuesday from their summer residence on the mountain. Dick Steen has taken a position as assistant bookkeeper with the firm of Jno. P. Vollmer & Co., this city. Tom Oliver expects to leave the city soon, for Portland, where he willen gage in the study of telegraphy. Henry Boivin, one of Moscow 's hard ware merchants, was in Lewiston Wed nesday, on his way to the mountains. Mrs. H. K. Barnett and son Marcusf returned Sunday from a short stay cn the mountain, at the home of \V. A. Wayland. Mrs. Schubert is numbered among those on the sick list. Her son Thos. Oliver left his position on the boat to attend her during lier illness Mrs. Nellie Loudon, sister of Mrs. Wayland, who has been visiting on Craig mountain all summer, left Mon day for her home in Illinois. Jno. P. Vollmer returned Monday from a short visit to Vollmer, Idaho, where he had been inspecting the work now being done on his Silver King mine. E. Kittsmiller left Tuesday, to visit his stock ranch on the mountain. He will return Saturday in time to guide the movements of Co. "I," in the drill of Saturday night. I C. Hattabaugh, wife and daughter, accompanied by A. T. Spotts wood, all of Moscow, spent Saturday and Sun day in the city and returned home by the way of Kendrick. Mrs. Laura Knaggs and sister, Miss Nellie Smith, will leave for Kingston, Idaho, on Monday next, where Mrs. Krs. Knaggs will teucli the coming year in the public schools. ........... T . . , 1 , T , « „ Late telegrams from Indianapolis re garding the condition of W. F. Ketten bach report that he is improving slow bach report that he is improving slow ly, and is now considered by his physi cians to tie out of danger. Mrs. Ket tenhach has arrived there safely, and is now in attendance on her husband. mer sent ------- ------- — the E. 8. Church, who has for some M he weeks been travelling with his new exhibition phonograph, returned to Lewiston Monday. He has journeyed largely in Eastern Washington, Oregon and Northern Idaho. He reports rea sonable success aud thinks he will take to the road again in a few days. ^ C. A. Foresman and wife and M. Foresman and wife, arrived in this city on Wednesday last, via Union town. Both gentlemen are employed to teach in the schools here for the coming year. The former will live in the Buck property, on Main street and the latter in the McConville property, on Idaho street. Ed. White, John Gookin and Will Fenderson, who have been for some weeks camping up on Little North Fork of the Clearwater, returned Saturday lust. They report excellent sport in fishing. Trout is abundant, but larger game scarce. The boys are the The and all looking well and thoroughly en joyed the trip. ^ * Ralston Vollmer left Tuesday after noon for Indianupolis, Indiana, to con tinue his studies at Butler University. His work in the institution was highly commendatory. He won golden opin ions from his professors and associates. He has been all summer under the tutorship of Rev. J. D. McConkey. He expects to enter Yale at no great distant day. We predict for the young man a career of honor and usefullness. of or re by An the th< ~ U. S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. —Do you want to save trom 2b to 50 Cents on every Dollar you spend? If so, write for our Illustrated Catalogue, containing illustrations and prices of everything manufactured in the Uni ted States, at manufacturers' prices. 10,000 illustrations, all lines represented. Catalogue mailed free on application Address, Chicago General Supply Co. 178 West Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. TazFayen, Attention! Notice is hereby given that the sessment roll of the Independent School District No. 1, for the year 1891, is now in my hands for collection. Taxes will become delinquent after September 30 th, 1891. Jab. R. Lydon, City Treasurer. Notiee to Creditors. Estais of Andrew SehnltbeU, deoeaaed. Notice ii hereby given, tbit lettere teita mrotary on the Kitate of Andrew Schultb.il, decerned, were granted to the nndereigned on the 24th day of Angnrt, 1891, by the Probate Court of Ne» Perea County. All pereon* hav ing claim» agaicit laid aitate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, at Union town, Waeh., within ton month* after the date of thia notiee, or they »hall be forever barred. Thia, 24th day of Auguit, 1891. M. SCUOLTUBI». Executor of the Estate of A. Bebnitheii, de coaled. for and the a of M INTERFERENCE OF STATUTES ON ACCOUNT OF AGE. Discrimination in Rates Company "M" Organized at Vollmer With Thirty-five Members— Interesting Items is of to on a Tliis we*?k instances another illustra tion of the old adage about the course of true love. A smitten swain, and love lorn lassie, appeared before Justice of Peace S. L. Thompson, on Monday last, to he wedded. The wood-lie groom gave his name as Geo. Rosseter; the bride, as Mattie Curtis all of White Bird, Idaho. The usual questions by I ila* Justice disclosed the fact that the blushing maiden was but fifteen years old. Cruel fate in the form of statutory limitations forbid the bans and the sor rowing couple departed fir Pullman. It is safe to assert that before they reach that place the bride will be sixteen. Experience ages people rapidly. , A lively kick is tein g made against the Pacific toast Elevator Company, because of the lower price offered by that company tor wheat. For most of the last week the market price here has lieen from five to ten ets less than that ottered by the buyers at Moscow, Uniontown, Genesee and other neigh boring points. There is nothing in the s freight rates that will justify such a dis 'a crimination. It looks, as one of our prominent citizens expressed it yester day, like u clear cuse of robbery. The iuurket lias udvunced to seventy cents during the week but it is still three and w-ffour cents lower than the price paid . . r r will Licutenunt Robinson and Sargent I sure Coburn returned Saturday from Voll mer where Lieut. Robinson had been bave sent to muster in a new company of the National Guard This is company L f M ' an(i lts or f a " 7utlon completes h aIld he first regiment of the Idaho Nat ionai Guard. The new company mus- 1 thlrd will tered in thirty-live enlisted men, with the following officers, Capt., G. W. Moody; 1st. Lieutenant, E. B. Lar tigue; 2nd. Lieutenant, L. E. Price The regimental organization will take place at once and the new officers ap pointed. Lewiston claims recognution and nominates Capt. Fred. Kroutenger ^ * 50 If of 111. after teita on hav to Union date barred. de the The cents ity, for a regimental officer. He is capuble I r ' e and efficient, and fitted in every par the ticutar for such a position. Mr. J. I. Road night has been re-1 cently appointed agent for Eastern ted Washington and Northern Idaho, for |or the "Worlds Pair Columbian Exposi tion Illustrated." A monthly maga- the zine which is beyond doubt one of the finest works of art ever published on this continent. This magazine will be a complete encyclopedia of everything connected with the Urea Pair and , will give illustrations of all the build ings grounds and works of art. For traits and biographical sketches of all lu the prominent men and women con nectedwlth its management. Views of all principal streets, parks and boul evards of the great western metropolis, will be given from time to time. No one can afford to be without this mag- ^ nlflcent work. If you do not visit the World's Fair you can by taking the "Columbian Illustrated," "preserve all its prominent features in a lasting form. If you do vielt the great Exposition, h you will need the magazine as a mo mentoand souvenir, of what was best and most remarkable. You will be L delighted with the magazine. Every issue is a ge u of art. The subscription price Is only three dollars per year. Leave your name at J. H. Robinson's store and Mr. Roadnight will take pleasure in calling, to exhibit *peei men copies The magazine is issued in both Eng lish and German editions. U. S. Store-Kendrlck, Idaho. --tion D. H. Mohler, of Alpowa, was in the city yesterday. He reports the fruit crop now being gathered on the I river, as the largest and finest ever grown. Much of his crop he is putting I on the Spokane markets. Mr. Mohler I has now an orchard of twenty-five acres bearing fruit. His peach crop I alone this year will yield from eight I thousand to tenthousaud boxes. These are worth on Spokane markets to-day, from sixty to eighty-five cents I per box. Besides the Mach crop he nas large quantities oi pears, apples, nectarines, plums and prunes. Mr. Mobleris ^«of the largest »ndmoet successful fruit growers on the river. I He expects to make an çxtra large shipment of fruit to Spokane Friday,' to meet the demands of Forpaugh's circus next week. Interesting Item*. U. S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. Notice. —The attention of thelpubllc is called to the fact that the Cummings Bros, have purchased the photo gallery of \V. A. Fleming and are now ready to do first class work in any depart ment of the photographers art. The patronage of the citizens of Lewiston and vicinity, is earnestly solicited. Satisfaction is guaranteed and work will l w done at reduced rates. Give them a cull. U. S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho. John Mueller of Post Falls, Idaho, accidently shot himself Monday, kill ing himself instantly. He was in the timber near his home and was sitting on a log handling his gun, when the piece discharged. The whole charge entered tile head, back of the ear, mak ing a hole to the opposite side. The deceased was a carpenter by trade and a sober industrious citizen. News of I tin* fatal accident was sent Chas. Man ning Wednesday v s . store-Kendrlck, Idaho, The lawn at the residence T. S. Billings was brilliantly lighted Tues t,a .V evening, and a large crowd of our <!,tlzens assembled at the social given '».V the ladies of the Presbyterian church. Icecream aud cake, coffee and mndwlches were IlM luncb . eon b the , adle8 . The 90clul enter _ tainment was the feature of the even Music, both vocal and instru mental, helped to render the evening „a. montons and pleasant, „ . ... _ . , Eaki "' Kmitb tt,,d In « hrara «»'Ipped s f vent y-flve head of horses from this KV" Bar*. Ï»-. Monday last. It Is 'a mixed bund ami were, shipped in three carloads from Uniontown to the point Of destination. Jos. Eakin and Robert Inghram accompanied the band. They expect it will take three weeks to make the entire trip. The horses are in excellent condition and will no doubt sell at prices that will ln I sure good profits to owners. The Northern and Unlon Pac , flc The Northern and Unlon Pac , flc bave agreed on H reduct|on of flight. grain , flour, feed and supplies, L f „„„ty.^, centa ^ to „ ( to Port . h aIld Tacoma and Seattle. This amount8 to a llttIe over two nnd one . 1 thlrd eont8 |jer blwh el on wbeati and will lie quite at item to the furmers of the Palouse and Potlatch countries. The rate is yet loo high and would stand another trimming of at least two cents more on the bushel.—Advocate. We are informed on reliable author ity, that many citizens of Camas pral I r ' e aro 8°* n K Moscow this year for, the P ur P ose of trade . l»ecause they arft offered better inducements by the merchants of that place. Here is ti large and profitable trade being deflee ted from its true course, by the super |or enterprise of a neighboring town,, Lewiston is the natural trade center for the Camas Prairie country and some thing is radically wrong when our merchants allow others, with better bargains, to win away their customers, Mr L A mherty editor of the Mul , an Trlbu and tl)e editor , 8 wife , are di the beated term tbe 8t . Among other Incidents, related lu a b correspondence to his home not e the following relating our acqualntalice Mr . P . £ LomaX) whlch wlll ^ rell8he d by lnany of h , 9 frlend8 bere; o^ n i flnny and feat hered game will do well ^ take a few daya vacation to the St. Re gl8 . A t the mouth of Packer creek they wlu ftnd a well appoUlted botel rab by Messrs Ba | d A Randall, and they tbere of a „ tbe ^ of h ome wbile enjoying the sport. The Zement kno#n ovè r the country as Packer ereek wl ,-, bereafter be known be L s » Salte9 e,.> «« named b y the North ern Pac lfl 0 company. Messrs Baird A Randaü alào c< )nduct a fl^t-class gen eral merchandising store, under (he IAim edlate supervision of Mr. P. T. Lo max (8ometlnjes called climax by hl|| ' frlend8)i a ge nla i and obliging young in ^nReman, who knows Idaho and the haunte of „ be doea an open book - Mr - Lomax deserves some men- for the faèt that he ls almost a in cran fe G n game and hunting. He has the m ade a special study of firearms of all the I binds and is the beet shot we have yet ever In the wntry. He scorns to shoot I a bbrd except when on tbe wing. A I handsome 22-callbre Colt's repeating rifle tg hto f ^ vo rtte slaughtering Iren crop I ^ many a grouse and pheasant finds eight I career cut short by tbe leaden pellet U nt ^ lt by hta failln ln8trU me nt D f death. Cll-Lo cents I * . , ..__, he has many friends among the'boys' on the other side of the range and lf Mr. you have any idea of visiting tbe St' doQ , t fail to , t8hake „ wlth bhl . river. I _ ?. ., ... . __ _ . large I a °d hear him ask what 11 you baye gentlemen?" - , ] U.S. Store—Kendrick, Idaho.