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* blb SS9D+BB+TH9+KRN.WHO+PKYBTH+THB+PR[NT9R. . 1/OLU7AE 16. LewiSTON. IDAHO. NOVEMBER 26.15S»1. m — NUMBER 9. XE1V0S THAT HAVE HAPPENED XV SEVEN BATS. In and Around Lewiston OurtAilly Gathered by our Scribe and Prepared in a Choice Manner for ear Header*. Hr». Allie York hu returned from Portland. Mn. W. W. Brown la reported on Ike sick liât. MIm Mamie McConnell, of Moscow, |i • guest of MIm Hattie Stevens this week. D. W. Thornton had added to his household Joys last Thursday morning • smiling baby girl. Dan Dwyre an old time resident of this place Is timekeeper in the Granite mine in the Coeur d'Alenes. Lydon Bros, have disposed of their livery and feed stable to Martin Collins who will continue the business at the old stand. A Thanksgiving offering of $10 was received by Rev. Samuel Wood. It «une through the Board of Home Mis sion of New York. On Yune, the prosperous Chinese merchant of this city, relumed Satur day from an extended trip back into the Interior country. Mrs. Eva Yautls and little daughter Fsy, returned Saturday from Crossport, where they have been for some months visiting with Dr. J. Lee Kelly. Thursday evening a Thanksgiving service will be held at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Wood will preach from the text: God's message to to the rich. Len. Mitchell returned Tuesday item Moscow, where be has been en gaged for several weeks at his trade. He reporta business as hustling In that «Ity. H.Squier will erect anew awning In front of his saloon property, this week. It will be of Iron, similar to the one put up recently for Moxley's drug store. An Indian pack train consisting of Spack horses arrived Saturday and departed Monday, carrying thirty-five barrels of flour to the Chinese mer chants at Elk City. Dent A Butler have on hand the the choicest selections In holiday goods. Christmas candies in finest asmrtment, and novelties of all de scription can be found in their store. The best Is the cheapest. In the United States Court held at Boise City last week, John Forest and Chas. Hoyt convicted of selling whis key to the Indians, were given each 13 months in the Boise penitentiary and lined $5. Jessie James, the Indian sent up tor larceny was convicted and given eight months in the county jail. Dr. W. W. Watkins, of Moscow, bas been tendered the World's Fair Com mlatlonerahip of Idaho, lately made vacant by the resignation of Capt. De l a mer . He baa the matter under ad visement and it is thought that he will •wept. Dr. Watkins is a good man •nd will fill the place acceptibly to the poople and for the honor of Idaho. It Is to be hoped that professional duties »111 not deprive the public of his valu* able services. It has been a matter of remark for *°me time that all cases of moment ••d interest were taken from the 8u Pmrne court session here and transfer •vd to Boise City. In order to facili tate such transfers of cases the commit t*> on rules at the recent session re Ported this amendment to rule 7 of the •jwt which will take effect In 60 days: Ibe said amendment reads as follows: "Unless by agreement of parties, or otherwise ordered by the court, or two of the justices of the court on notice to tbe adverse party, all cases in which •rite of error of appeals are taken to ibis court, and all special proceedings originally commenced In this court, »ill be placed on the calendar on call •od be heard at Boise City; all other ***** will be held at Lewiston unless otherwise ordered by the court." Diphtheria. ®very ease of diphtheria can be by the use of tbe Biochemie Rem •*•*. For sale by Mrs. M. A. White. Notice parties Indebted to A. Leland A w hereby notified to call and ytle their indebtedness at once. All £**U>U muet be cloned that the es ba legally closed up. Chas. Leland, Administrator. ADDITIONAL LOCAT E That Will Entertain the Header for a Short Time. R. F. Beale has some new specimens of his marble now on exhibition at the Raymond House. The specimens run from pure white to jet black in color, with intermediate varlagated speci mens of mingled black and white that are very beautiful. The marble is equal to the best ever quarried and takes on an elegant polish. Marvellous Scott and Jim Cussic are now working at the quarry getting out specimens which Mr. Beale expects to work up to take to the markets to introduce his rock. He claims also to have discovered a new magnesia rock which excells all others. It is whiter, firmer, takes a polish and will not rub off or crumble. The quarry lies close to the river and can be easily worked. The latest thing out In the Idaho prison scandal, is the card of Warden Mack, printed In the Boise City papers, In which he explains the prize fight affair, by saying It was merely a box ing contest with eight-ounce gloves, and pleads guilty to an Indulgent and fatherly manner of conducting the penitentiary. He says, moreover, "that the trouble was by guards and others employed In and around the prison, who kept a constant watch on his actions and reported every trifling event with a view of ousting him, and getting themselves Into his position. He says that he will stand no foolish ness, but will promptly tire any em ploye who makes any trouble, and will run the prison to suit himself for a while. Lewiston will try for artesian water, the work to begin In a few weeks. Agreeable to the call of the subscribers to effect an organizaton last Saturday, a number of tbe subscribers met and elected tbe following officers. Presi dent, Joslab Englis, Secretary, Robt. Schleicher, Treasurer, P. M. Davis, Executive committee, Ira Small, C. A. Leeper, A. R. Trimble. Two thousand dollars has been subscribed tor the en terprise and as soon as it Is collected machinery will be bought and work commenced. Great interest will be centered in this trial. It will be a great thing for Lewiston and vicinity to have artesiau water In quantity for Irrigating purposes. It solves the problem of irrigation here and will make a garden spot of the dry flats south of town. All the travelling men and visitors from tbe neighboring towns declare that tbe streets of Lewiston contain less mud than any of our neighboring towns do, but while that is true it does not lollow that the streets here cannot and ought not to be improved some in their drainage and condition. An hours work with a shovel each day on tbe cross waikB will keep them in good condition during the day. It is useless to say that the streets of Lewiston can not be easily draiued, sloping as they do so naturally toward the river. A small side ditch or a few turns of the plow will drain off all the surface wa ter. Lewiston can boast now of streets of the least mud of any town in tbe Pan Handle, but I^ewiston could boast then of streets entirely free from mud— tbe finest in tue northwest. Why not, when it can be doue with so little ex penditure of energy and capital? Right Rev. Etbelbert Talbot, Bishop ofWyomiug and Idaho, preached to a large audience iu the new Episcopal church on Monday night. The advent of the Bishop's arrival has taen long looked for. He has been seriously de layed in Ills work this year and Lew iston is fortunate to have had him even for this stiort time. The Bishop opened the service with some fitting remarks of cougratulatiou about the uew church and its Improvements, and well be might, for it is admitted by all, without disparagement to any, that this is the finest church property in the state. The Bishop's sermon on the text "Come unto me all ye that are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest," was delivered in ills usual earnest aud feeling manner. He is a forcible and entertaining speaker and delivers hU sermons with telling effect, 'l'he song service was excellent. Tbe choir under the instruction of Ed Smith have become quite proficient iu rendering the service. Save Your Eye*. Dr. Lee Galitzki, a leading Salt Lake City, Utah, Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Catarrh and Spectacle fitting specialist, late Professor at the Chicago Ophthal mic College, will be at tbe Hotel De France, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 4, 5 and 6. All in need of his services, or desiring well adapted spectacles will please call. Artificial eyes inserted. Chargea reasonable. Rest of Idaho references. NECE88AHY PRECAUTIONS FOE PREVENTING DISEASE In The District Court! Final Balancing of the Scale* of Justioe.—The Court Pro ceeding* Cloaod. Directions for preventing the spread of Infectious disease. 1— When a case of infectious disease occurs immediate notice of It should be made to tbe proper officers of health. 2— Isolate the persons affected aa much as possible from the other inmates of the house. 3— The room must be kept well ven tilated under the physician's directions, by means of a fire in a stove and of windows opening to tbe external air. 4— Disinfectants should be placed in ail chamber utensils used by tbe patient and after using, the contents should be Immediately buried deeply iu the ground, away from any drain, well or watercourse. 6—All plates, cups and glasses, used by the patient, should be rinsed with some disinfectant, and on no case should any vessels used in the sick room be washed along with other things. All cloths used for wiping pa tients mouth or otherwise soiled, should be burned. 6— Visitors to sick-room except in case, of clergymen or medical men, should be forbidden. 7— Washing, tailoring, dressmaking or any similar occunatlon ought not to be carried on in house which the sick occupy. 8— Children from infected houses should not be allowed to attend schools; and all children from infected houses should have as little communication as possible with others, at leaat for three weeks after disease ceases. 9— No milk or food of any kind, should be supplied from Infected houses. 10— The existence of any nuisances of any kind, wherever situated, should be reported. 11— All adults from infected houses shall be required, under the advices of the attending physician, to thoroughly disinfect their persons and clothing be fore appearing in public. By Order Board of Health. District Court The District court finished ita ad journed meeting on Saturday last, and business about the court house Is ex ceedingly slow again. The following cases were disposed of as shown by the record: R. L. Sabin et al vs John Burke et al. Si-veral days were spent in the ar gument of the demurrer and motion to strike from the records the amended and supplemented complaint filed by the plaintiflb, but tbe Judge after bear ing the argument disallowed tbe mo tion and overruled the demurrer. It was then agreed by all parties that this cause be transferred to Latab county, to be heard in Moscow iu the January term. Jus. A. Vernon vs Stone A Welling ton. This was a suit on contract aud was regularly tried, but tbe Judge still has the matter under advise ment. M. A. Kelly vs 8. 8. Leachman. This case was regularly heard and is still under tbe apvisemeut of the Court. Jno. Keenan vs A. McGuire. Con tinued by consent of parties. Board of Education v a Howard Cohurn et al. In this case C. E. Mon teith was appointed referee to take tes timony, examine tbe uocounts of the défendent while acting as treasurer of the School Board and examine all ev idence that may be introduced and re port to the court at the next term. Seth Jones vs John P. Flynn. Case continued for tbe term. C. W. VanPelt vs Benj. Booth. This case was heard on taxation of costs, and the court has the matter still under advisement. W.F. Ketten buch v s G. W. Piiter. By agreement of parties tbe cause will be heard in chambers at Moscow. Card of Thanks. So far as wards can go, we express in this manner our heartfelt gratitude to those friends who so kiudly assisted us in our l>ereavement, and for tbe flowers contributed, and especially to Mrs. R. Grostein, Mrs. G. Meister, Mrs. J. D. C. Tbelssen and Mr. J. H. Robinson. Jos. Dubuc. Mary Dubcc. THE SE COND SHOOT A Butter Record Mad* Than in th* Previous Shooting. Company "I" enjoyed a second rifle shoot last Sunday, and the score shows an Improvement over the first. The day was better in every respect. It was a warm bright morning with an atmos phère which braced up the boys to do steadier work. There will be some splendid marksmen among the mem bers of tbe company and it will be lively and exclSug times when the boys contest for the elegant silver medal which will soon be put up for the prize in marksmanship. The fol lowing is tbe score: Boston, 6, 4, 4, 5, 4.........................22 Joe. Robinson, 4, 6, 4, 4, 4.............. ül Capt. Kroutinger, 4, 4, 4, 4,8...........19 Foresman, 4, 4, 4, 8, 4...................19 Thompson, 2, 8, 4, 4, 6....................18 D. Powell, 8, 8, 4, 4, 4....................18 Wiggins, 4, 8, 4, 4, 8......................18 Philip!, 2, 8, 4, 4, 8........................16 Coburn, 8, 2, 5, 4, 2........................16 A. Powell, 2, 4, 8, 2, 8.....................16 Lieut. Robinson, 8, 2, 4, 8, 2...........14 W. Boise, 2, 2, 4, 2, 4.....................14 Molloy, 2, 8, 8, 8, 8.......................14 In many places the leaves are being raked up and carted away. It Isa good woik, as it adds not only to the appearance of our homes, but also to tbe health of our citizens. It is a feet to be commended also that all the leaves are being raked off tbe side walks. Only a few delinquents remain along Main street. Keep up the good work. Dry sidewalks add to the comfort of ail. ✓ Geo. Morrison who baa been collect ing for some days, for nis firm, upon Camas prairie returned Tuesday. He reports things flourishing on tbe prairie and collections good. This has been a good year there. With a railroad, that section of the state would be the choi cest. The fertility of the soil and the certainty of crops from sufficient mois ture, tend to make it tbe beet region in Idaho for settlement Work on the Lewiston National bank building still makes good progr e s s in spite of tbe disagreeable weather. The window casings for the first story were put in this week and tbe work now begins to take on tbe appearance of a building. After this week tbe en gine and derrick can be used and the work will proceed much more rapidly. The door and window plates and sills show what fine effects can be had from the magnesia stone used in tbe structure W. A. Simpson and R. Coulter have purchased a barber shop in Moscow, and will remove there ahortly. They hare also secured the lease of one of the rooms of the new bank building for two years, and will oooupy that aa soon as it is finished. Mr. Simpson lias long been a resident of this place, and has shown himself a worthy citizen and good business man; while Mr. Coulter has not been here long he bos shown himself a gentleman and a good workman. Tbelr ability will Insure them success in their new place of business. _ Diphtheria. Every case of diphtheria oan be cured by the use of the Biochemie Remedies. For sale by Mrs. M. A. White. For Sale. I will sell or trade for horses some full blood stallions weighing from 1400 to 2200 pounds, from 8 to 8 years old. Also some good Kentucky Maltese mammoth jacks. Call on or address Dr. B. Williams, veterinary surgeon, Farmers' Feed stable, Moscow, Idaho. stable, Moscow, Idaho. right yet, though seriously delayed. Poison in the Kitchen. No article entering ao generally into the food of w r y household is so generally and villainously adnltered as bak ing powder. These adulterated powders are shoved upon the public with the greatest persistency. Throbbing advertisements in newsp a pe r » dsiwisj; this brand or that is absolutely pure, bucked by analyses and cer tificates, and yet they are adulterated with ammonia or alum. It is to be hoped the law will take hold of these merciless manufacturera and punish them for destroying the stomach» of the unsuspecting consumer. Amid all this fraud and deceit Dr. Price's Cream Bak ing Powder stands almost alone battling for pure food and continues to famish a pure cream of tartar powder at almost the same coat to the people as the ainmoina and alum pow ders are sold at, yet it costs much more to manufacture. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is of the highest strength. It produces the largest amount of leavening pow er attainable in a pore baking powder. It is free from ammo nia or any other adulteration. No powder does each work. Housewives who have tested all use Dr. Prices only. San Jose Fruit scale! FULL DESCRIPTION OF THB PUT, MALE AMD FEMALE Fecundity of Production A Number of Rom odim Fr**» rih «d That Will Positively Abolish Them. A tew week* alnoe th* Tel ler pub lished an article on the fruit pests, in which reference was made to a bulletin issued by the Washington Board of Horticulture describing tbe insects and giving the remidies to remove the pesta from the Infected tram. The following ia the substance of the bulle tin on the subject of the ßan Jom amie: A small, nearly circular and flattened •cale Insect, infesting deciduous fruit trees. This species of scale insect first appeared on the Paolflo mast aa infest ing fruit, in San Jom, OaL, in 1878. Since then it baa spread and trans mitted on fruit and fruit tram imported Into this state, and ia now found in many orchards in Southern and East ern Washington. This peat infests all deciduous fruit trees, exoeptlng perhaps the black Tartarian cherry; it has also been found on tbe current bush, and on tomatoes grown in the vicinity of infested trees. It also infeste the wild cherry, eucalyp tus and other ornamental trees and shrubs. The amie of tbe female Is dr cular, and of a primrose yellow, some times ochre yellow in color, while that of tbe male ia oval in outline, more ob scure, and nearly black Id color. Each female produces from thirty-live to fifty egga. Tbe male Insect Is winged when ma tured. The sting or bite of the female insect produces a dark red mark on the wood or fruit Three broods are pro duced by this species each year; first, wheu cherries begin to color, second in July and the third lo October. Solution No. 1.—Take two gallons water, put into this one pound of sul phur, one pound concentrated lye, boll for two hours, then sad one-half gal lon fish oil, boll until it forms a soap; add one-half gallon kerosene oil and boll a few minutes, add to this eight gallons water and apply warm. Uae with spray pump. Solution No. 2—Three pounds soap (whale oil or good homemade soap), three pounds sulphur, one oau lye, boil one hour in four gallons water, add one gallon kerueene, boll slowly twenty minutes, then add twenty-five gallons water. Use with spray pump. Notice—Do not use copper kettle In preparing solutions No. 1 aud 2— um kettle made of iron or some other metal. Solution No. 3—One pound of eon oentrated lye to five gallons of water; apply warm, with spray pump. Or six pounds of blue vitriol to twenty five gailous of water. J. M. Harrington returned to this city Wedneaday, he Is experiencing some trouble In getting bis crew into tbe timber. He baa the crew and sup. piles now four miles beyond Chap man's mill. Here the party are at a stand still, as there are no roads cut further and tbe packs are stopped. Mr. Harrington has with him more than three tone of supplies, which must be gotten into camp. He ia not 'daunted by the délaya, but thinks j he will get into the proposed camp all I right yet, though seriously delayed. —Geo. H. Lake, Jewelar, Lowfatoo. —Belting and lam leather at nell'a. — C. C. Bunnell selle the Charter Oak *'» v » —Black board slating; all yon want at Bunnell's. = A FEW flAFIt Item* that will Fleam th* from a Bartmm View ; —Go to Bonneü'a for glam, potty, print* and fixture*. —Hair cutting Meat Hlmpeouk. the first olasa abop of tha eUy. —E. O'Neill hi best terms and at lowest rate*. —C. A. Thatcher Real Estate, Book*, Marie, eta. Baigrinai Bargains! Baigriaat at Louis Grostisn's novelty 1 -At the O. M N. Exchange yoo can get "Moore" Whiskey. Wo Moon. —Bunnell can tarnish the hardware line at priem that« oompetton. Christmas novelties «I Loola G*m teln's. Come early and amure the beat bargains. —Dent A Butler am agents for th* famous Judd Elaotrio Brit, line In I —J«me Moon Whiskey, of MM, for sale at the O. R. A N. in and sample it —Before purchasing railroad and steamship Union Paoifio System. -Remember that tha dental patten of Dr. F.J. Boston are now faceted In the same building occupied by Dr. I. B. Morris. —Remember that yon oan gal ■have and gwittemauly treriment at Simpson's shop. Open all day Sundays. For Sale:—T hirty tons wheat hay in quantity .to suit tbe pureheur, one ton or more. Enquire at the oMee of the MltobeU A Lewie GO. —The agents of the Union Barilo Syriern are provided with railroad end steamship tickets to all point* met, m well m to and from foreign port*. —The Union Pacifia System have an mle excursion and ringle trip ticket* of all classes, to all pointa, whisk ere mM at reduced rates daily for regular treins. —You need a new oook stove. One of those new Charter Oak zsusgsa at Bunnell's Is about the figure. Meut, complete and exceedingly ehmp. GUI and examine. —Mrs. Belle WeteeU, late af Marek field, Oregon, hm opened a dreanaak lng and plain rawing shop la Ike kaum formerly ooeupled by Mrs. 8. Wilden Fatranage aollrited. Butts made to order, cheap. Louis Grostein has Juri reerived a choice selection of Christmas g>— consisting of toys, plush goods, albums, manicure seta, etc., ate. Them wifi be sold out at a low figure. 0*11 and examine before going el—wher*. A disordered condition of tbe •eh, cr malaria in Use system will pro duce sick beadaobe, you mu remove this trouble by taking J. H. Helmut's Little Liver end Kidney Fillet*.* cents per viaL For mle by Dari A Butler. —P. Pokomy wishes to that bo will open In the room adjoining Mr». White'» millinery »tore, a new and complète line of tailoring good*. Suitings of latest désigna will be kept in »took, and all atylm cat to order. The new Invoice wifi contain the choloeet pattern». Gril on Pokomy and secure a perfect fit at a low figure. —Do you want to eave from » to M rants on every Dollar yon spend? It so, write for oar Illustrated Cat a l ogue oontalning Illustrations and priem ef everything manufactured In the Uni ted States, at manufacturer»' prims. 10,000 Illustrations, all lines represented. Catalogue mailed free on application. Address, Chicago General Supply Go., 178 West Van Buren BL, Chicago, Iff. —John Philip! having dissolved part nership with P. Pokomy, will oontinue the business at the old stand. Hera hie customers will find a tall fine of the beet patterns In tbe market. Mr. Philip! is also agent for one of tbe Inif. est merchant tailoring eetabilehmanta In the United States and opt fimrirti a tailor made suit from $l£ up |ri pants from $8 up. To Let, Faraand Onluttd. To the right man I will let my reach on Clearwater, for a term of year*. 20 seres orchard, 80 acne hay land, M acres pasture, wall watered. Fort apply to or address J.M.He if Lewiston, !