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• f mm "Wlioleseile and Retail Dealers in G E N ERAL M E R C H A N DI SE. [our Stock for the Fall of 1891, is Full, with Choice New Goods, at Lowest Market Price: DRYGOODS. CARPETS. FURNISHING GOODS. HARDWARE. GROCERIES. TOBACCOS. frisk, Ginghams, Oil Cloths, Rugs, White Shirts, Nails, Sugar, Cigars, Diese Goods, aud Upholstery Goods. Fancy Over Shirts, Iron, Steel, Coffees, Cigarettes, All Kinds Sheeting, Window Shades, Underwear, Coal, Lime, Teas, - Ruuff Silks and Velvets, Curtain Poles, Fine Neckwear, Piaster, Spices, Pipe* and Velveteens, Wall Paper, Quilts, aud Cement. Syrups, Notloua. g«ak Goods, Border, and a Comforters, Rope, Rice, Paints, White Goods, General line of House and Blankets. Feue« Wire, Extracts, Colors, Linen Goods, Furnishing Goods. We ulso carry Barbed Wire Candy Mixed Paints, Embroideries, Hats and Caps, a full line and Staples., and Nuts. White Lead, ... Hosiery, Ladies, Misses of Crockery, Powder, Soaps and (Mia and Gloves, and Childrens Straw Goods. Lamps I<ead, Coal Oil. Vamlshto Underwear, Ladies, Misses and Childrens; [Glassware, Caps, Paint Brushes, Flannels, Shawls, Fine Shoes. Knives, Forks Fuse and Sash r Skirls, Laces, Mens, Boys and Childrens aud Spoons. Doors, Giant Powder. Crackers, Canes and biour. Handkerchiefs, Rib Clothing. Clocks, All kinds of Blinds and bons, Trimmings Trunks, Bags, Silver Plated j and Notions of All Kinds. and Valises. Boots and Shoes. Ware and Tinware. Garden Tools. Modiugapt Mail Orders Solicited, which will receive Our'Special Attention and Lowest Prices. J3STO. 3?. VOLLMER <& CO, Lewiston, IcLallO. Interestin' Items. The Methodist general missionary I committee, which recently met at I Cleveland, decided to Increase the gen I ml appropriation for domestic purposes I to half a million dollars. Baltimore I was selected as the place of the next I annual meeting. Members of the com* I mit tee were given a grand banquet at I the music hall by the Methodists of I Cleveland. A special from Windsor, Ont., says: 18ol. White, a political unionist leader, I hat received a letter from Malkham, r Toronto, Canada, saying that joint . .Jtteeare being held thereon thesub I Ject of political union with the United ! Statte and that they are attracting I peat attention. A letter also says that I many persons In that vicinity are iu Jkvotof such union and are only await* ling an opportunity to declare thern | wives. ■ The last and probably tho only sur* J vivor of the Custer massacre Is dead. I Be was the horse Comanche, who Iwm found on the field of carnage I wounded, but alive. He has been a I Hof the seventh cavalry ever since, the massacre, but has not been ridden | I dace that fatal day In 1876. His hide 11* to be stuffed and exhibited at the I World's fair, together with some Egyp*, I Man mummies and other Interesting I Hiite. ■ A clever convict now undergoing a I t*enty*flve yean' sentence in Massa I testes is said to have Invented a ma I rite engine that will be more powerful I ted more speedy even than the Corlesa I *Oglne. In the new Invention uo ec I <wtrie la used and the engine is re lated without slacking speed. There I «e no steam cheats and no condensed Ham can get Into the cylinders. Only I three valves are used aud these are ■dfaettng. The engine is said to have I attracted a great deal of attention trom hading New England mechanics aud I »ill soon be patented. . A special from Port Townsend, Wash. W* «hat advleea from Alaska state that the people up there are much in teased iss-suv congress has not taken tetlce of their desire for a proper terri t°rial government An Alaskan news* P*Pte In a recent Issue suggests, In view * the Injustice suffered from appoint* b» officers under successive admlnis* tteUoo», that the people assemble in I te®ventioo, prepare a bill for a territo* [hi reform government, and demand j * approval by congress. If congress hfoeee to pass the bill, every resident Alaskans," elect their own fudidal Wtei and realst all processes emana I Jh»g from nlHolaU whose tenure of office " Under the organic net. | The umount of money now raised by j the New York Orant Monument As sociation is $154,313.8!). This will be enough to pay for building one story of the monument. The committee has approved the proposition to remove the present temporary tomb of the dead general and place it in the posi- ■ tion that it is to occupy permanently as soon as the concrete work of the foundation is completed. It is pro posed to move the lepulchre intact without disturbing its form or contents, and to place it where subsequently the crypt to emtain it Is to be built. The commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, Capt. John Palmer, of New York, has issued General Order No. 4, in wbicl) he makes the patriotic declaration "that a comrade wearing the badge or uniform of the order par ticipating in any demonstration where the rebel flag is displayed violates his obligation to maintain true allcgiunee to the United States of America, to honor its Constitution, to discounte nance whatever tends to weaken loy ulty, incite treason or rebellion and to encourage universal liberty and justice to all mankind and bring disgrace up on the order of which he is a member. 1 A well organised movement has been Inaugurated iu Butte, Montana, to rid the town of the Chinese ele ment. The subject was take» 11 P about a week ago by the Working men's union, which basa large mem bership. The matter was called to the attention of the Miner's union and other lubor organizations, which _ sent delegates to the meeting, at which it was decided to begin the effort three weeks from that date. It is a question whether or not the movement will succeed. No violence is to be resorted to, but every effort will l»e put forth to discourage the Chinese in any capac ity, and a systematic boycott against Chinese laundries and restaurants will he started. From the census of the Chinese taken liy the labor organ izations it is ascertained that they have a population of 1000 in Butte. A telegram has been received at army headquurters ut Washington from j General Brooke, commanding the de- j nartmentof Dakota, In response to one sent bv General Saotleld, asking the truth ubout the report that Big Foot's liand hud left the reservation and started for Pine Ridge. General Brook stated that he was unable to learn anything definite about the movement, hut would And out its «cone and significance at once. There Is uo apprehension felt that the move ment will »1« followed by anything like last winter's outbreak. General Scofield said recently that the state or things in the Indian eouutry to-day is fj? better than a year ago. There is more contentment among the Sioux this winter tlinn last, mainly due to the efforts of the government. I 1« lieve Indian affairs are lieing better ad ministered. I do not think there is anv discontent among the Indians and no discernable signs ot trouble this winter. As far as I can see the tribes ore quiet. I,. L. STRONG, UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer. Palace - Saloon F. Roos, Proprietor. Keeps constantly on bund the A No. 1 Cutler Whiskey, also Wines of all kinds. Best brand of Cigars. E. DARB, BLACKSMITH Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho. Blacksmlthing in all its branches will receive prompt attention. Repair ing carefully done, at lowest living prices. Horse-shoeing u specialty, and patronage of the general public respect fully solicited. j j MRS. M. A. WHITE, The ■ Pioneer -'Milliner ANI) DRESS MAKER. Has the largest and most complete stock of Fashionable Millinery ever brought to Lewiston. My Fall and Winter Stock is now at hand and New Gixsls arriving almost daily. Hats trimmed in the .very latest styles, at llvc-aiid-let-llve prices,"and satisfaction guaranteed. Do not send away for goods until you first Inspect my Stock a/nl get prices. Dressmaking earetully and neatly done. , A VI . AH: * riMkv*nSM<. V«v *7 h .my l«iriy intelligent | • t>. i ether v l„, ran wild sn«i write,aut* who, ii.oni. lion, v. ill work iiidiirtii«. «taljr« • am Three IhsMsarid Itollaro a V*" .m'.n*'* for iH- 'In 1 1 Vs aiicèeSRtui es «»• -*e. Ka-ilj end quickly ii-itrueil. I desire hut one worker Inm. » n h iliairi. te r r«*m*jr. 1 have already taught sud provided with Ciu|«l>»s t.7. nt ■ l«rww number » In* are Disking over • »(*•» a «Farcat-I«. •' * Ä ft* W and MIMJil. l ull |.srtlrul«r* Fit IIK- Ad.li«**» xt owe«, t. c, iiox 441«, Augittl«, a»klse. You ran do the w ork and live nr. w herever you sre. Kv«a be ....... r. are midlv earning from «S %9 #1 (in. lev All ages. \Yr»h»* youhow •ud atari vin». I su work in «|«un*»tm# or all Hi lime. Big mum*« work- m. Kallure unknown among tbrw. --- NEW and wmdarfu:. I'artlralar»ftf*. H.llallrUr*' Pa.,llox | , orllttS«iMalsS Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Whaa Baby was sick, we save her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Mias, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she pave them Castoria CASTOR IA for Infant« and Children. "CartorlalaaofralladaptedtochUdranthat I I recommend Itaa superior to any prescription | known to me." II. A. Aient, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Castoria eons Colle, OoMUpaUon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, a Kill« Worm«, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion. Without injuriou "The use of 'Castoria* it so universal and Its merits to well known that it «eem« a work of supererogation to endorse it Yew ere the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach " _ """■WtSkv Lata Pastor Bloomlngdale B a fnrmad Church. * For several yean I have recommended your * Castoria, ' and shall always oonUnue to do «o as It haa lnvariably produced t«e»fl oi « l results." Edwin F. Psanas. X. D., "The Winthrop," laftth Street and TthAve., New York City. Tbs Cbntaitb Company, 77 Murray Stub*, New Yoke. k A pamphlet of information and ab- / L \ «t ract of the laws, «bowing How to/j \ Obtain Patents, far eat«. Trad t/r NEW /. HOSS, 'Proprietor, One door east of Bunnell's Hardware Store. All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. A share of your patronage is solicited. W. P. BELL, C. E., City and County SURVEYOR, Lewiston, Idaho. I Orders left at my office or at the Saddler's Shop will receive prompt ' attention. You Need But Ask The S. B. Headache and Liver Cure taken according to directions will keep your Blood, Liver and Kid neys in good order. The S. B. Cor.sir Cere for Colds, Coughs aud Croup, iu connection witli the Headache Cure, is as neur |>erfec t:on as anything known. The S. B. Alpha Pain Cere for in ternal and external use, in Neuralgia, Toothache, Cramp Colic and Cholera Morbus is unsurpassed. They are well liked wlie.ever known. Manufactured ut Dufur, Oregon. For sale by all druggists. _______ kv ANC _ THE BEST. 1). M. Ferry & Co'* Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced Seed Annual] 1 tur 1891 will be mailed FREE F I to all applicants, and to last season**! \ customers. It i* better than «v«r. Lvcry person using i',*rden 9 Funoer or Field Seeds , should send for it. Address D. M. FERRY A CO. DETROIT, MICH. I I^r^est Seedsmen in the world J Churches, teeret Seriatim , He. PrKSHYTKKtAX Church—R ev. Rem« nel Wood, pastor. Services every Sab bath at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Church or St. Stanislaus —(Cath olic) Rev.J.N.G cidi, pastor. Masson every Sunday at 10 a. m., Sunday school at 2 p.^n., Vespers at 7 p. m. Church ok thk Nativity—J. D. McConkey, rector. Services every Sun day morning at II a. m., Sunday school at 12 m. Sunday evening services at 700 Lewiston Lodob, No. 8, I. O. O. F. —Regular meeting Tuesday event««. Members of other lodges invited to A*/ tend. George Glaas, N. G.; J. D. McConkey, R. Sec'y. Ci.earwater Encampment No. 7, I. O. O. F.—Meets the first and thlm Saturday of each month at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Glass Block. L. ItoWley, C. P.; BenJ. Dill, Scribe. tgtvt ' * Alpha Lodge, No. 1, D. or ftl. Ö. O. F.—Meet every Friday evening at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting mendiera mode welcome. Mrs. M. J. Wlggln, N. G. ; Mrs. 8. G. Larson, Secretary. G. A. U. Post, No. 2—Meets the last Monday evening of each month, at theirs hall. All comrades are Invited to at tend. J. L. Richard, Poet Command er; H. Perrault, Adjutant. N ex Perce Lodge, No. 10, A. F. A A. M.—Regular communications are held at Masonic Hall on the second Sat urday in each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially Invited. S. 0. Hale, W. M.; J. D. McConkey, Hec'y. Lewiston Chapter, No. 4, R. A. M.—Royal Arch Mason» meet in the Masoulc Hall on the fourth , Saturday of every month at 8 p. m. So journing companions In good standing are always welcome. C. P. Coburn, H. P. ; J. D. McConkev, Secretary. Commandery No. 2. K. T.—The reg ular conclave of Lewiston Commandery K. T., No. 2, Is held in their Aayluiu the 1st Saturday of each and every month, at 7:30 p. m. All Sir KulgliU in good standing will receive a courte ous welcome. Benjamin Booth, Emi nent Command«»*; J. D. McConkey, Recorder. Kxceixior Lodge, No. 27, K. op P.— Meets every Wednesday at MaRbnlc Hull, Lewiston, I«laho, at 8 p. m. So journing members in good standing arc invited to attend. W. A. Fleming, C. C. J. D. McConkey, Secretary. Clearwater Lodge No. 11, A. O. U. W.—Meets In the Masonic Hall the first and second Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock, u. in. All visiting brethren in good standing will receive a cordial welcome. C. C. Bunnell, M. W.; W. \V. Brown, Recorder. Cresknt Lodge No. 21,1. O. G. T. —Meets every Friday evening at the M. E. Church. Visiting members in vited to attend. Win. Robinett, C. T.; J. H. Benton, Sec. City Council.— Meets first Monday evening of each month at 8 o'clock. 1>. M. White, Mayor; J. M. Howe' Clerk. Board of Trade.—M eet every sec ond und fourth Monday evenings of each mouth, at city council room, ut 7:311. Dr. J. B. Morris, Pres.; J. M. Howe Secretary.