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J no. P. Vollmer, Pierident.
A. W. Krontlnger, Jr., Ceshier. John F. Enns, Vice Pierident. E. W. Eim, Assistant Cashier. 51 ?e - pir5t - Jfatiopal - Bai^, OF LEWISTON IDAHO. tyM all Snfe - - • ......O...... DIRECTORS: D. K. White, 8. C. Thompson, J. H. Evens, J. M. Fix. Jno. P. Vollmer. ......o...... Plie proof vault for use of customers for safe keeping of valuables. Bulgier proof steel safe, protected by Sargent A Greenleaf time lock. Correspondents In all the principal cities of the United States. Buy and sell exchange. Interoat allowed on time deposits. C. C. Bunnell. Pres. J. Alexander, Vice Pies. F. W. KettenbaA, Cashier. -THE Lewiston National Bank, 'Comer ol Second andgMeio Streets. Idaho. Lewiston, - .....o...... OIROCTORSt C. C. Bunnell, J. Alexander, J. Q. Moxley, George Glam, Jasper Band, B. F. Morris, F. W. Kettenbaeh. Transacts a general Banking business. Interest allowed on Time Deposits. Sight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United States and Europe. BAIRD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS OF THE Main Street Livery Stable, LEWISTON, IDAHO. First Class Rigs always on hand- Can furnish Driver if desired. Horses boarded by day or week, and at reasonable rates . Wm. Mallory, Manager. J. ALEXANDER Si 11 tt! With a Leading Fall Stock of Merchandize. Our Stock is Large, Our Goods Mew, Our (Prices Low. Every de partment full of Mew Movelties. (Rich in Quality and Style, and more coming on every Steamer. Thanking you for past patronage, and soliciting a continuance of the I Remain Very Respectfully, J. ALEXANDER. of la CUMMINGS Bf^OS., PHOTOGRAPHERS LEWISTON IDAHO, Always to be found at their Studio, wish to remind the publie that Holidays 5® RJ*** hf®d. A foil supply of the latest styles of Cuds and Mountings oon •tantly kept in stock. Patronage of the public solicited. JOHN I. PHILIPI, ◄THE MERCHANT TAILOR,► LEWISTON. IDAHO. Neat Fitting Clothes a specialty, made in all the Latest Styles, and Battefeo *toon guaranteed or money refunded. Call and see me and be convinced. Mrs. Powers, Pressmaking, Cutting and Fitting -Au Speoialty. Located in the Hale ft Cooper Building. MRfi. R. BAUX. W. E. TIMBERLAKE -THE-- RAYMOND HOUSE, Mrs. R. Baux A Co., Proprietors. * CoTner Flfth and Main Streets, Lewiston, Idaho. Centrally loo ted baa all tha modem taqwmmnente for the remfort of gùeate, and la kepf ma fin* dam house. Headquarters for all Btage and Express lines running toLewtaton. STATB HEWS. Kendrick, Idaho, has shipped 162,000 bushels of wheat against 80,000 bushels last year. A fire occured at Black foot on the night of the 23d ult., which de stroyed the railroad depot, the U. 8. land office and a hotel belonging to G. Stufflbeam. Lorn estimated at 96000. Idaho will soon enjoy the distinction of being the possessor nt the first per manent branch station of the national geologies! survey In the United States, says the Haily Times. It has been de cided to establish similar stations In various portions of the country, but the one in Boise will be the first of all. George Jones, a miner employe In the Poorman, was brought to the Min ers' hospital Wednesday, having throe ribs broken at their junction with the spinal column, and also his right shoul der blade fractured. His entire body was badly bruised, all of which was caused by a cave In one of the drifts —Wallace Miner. Mr. William Monell, one of the best known miners of this section, last Sat urday received a quantity of samples from the Empire lode, on Granite creek, In the Pend d'Orellle country. The ore is a rich-looking mixture of galena and carbonates. The galena carries black sulphurate, and the rock la expected to assay very highly.— Coeur d'Alene Times. Sunday night the Halley sampler was broken Into and four sacks of val uable ore stolen. The thief or thieves who committed the deed must have been well acquainted with the sit uation of things in and arouru the mill and with regard to the ore. He or they went Into the engine room, took the bit out of the brace, opened a drawer and selected a bit to suit the purpose, and bored four holes through the door .of the ore room, striking the bolt so that it could be shoved back and the door opened.—News-Miner. While cyclones and blizzards were holding their death dances over the country east of the Rocky Mountains, in the early part of the week, we, of the restful Pacific, were In the full en joyment of the pleasantest autumn weather. And this is true always. The wind blows here to be sure, and at times It acquires something like the dignity of a hurricane, but cyclones and blizzards, so frequent and terrible In the-country east of us, are positively unknown ou the Pacific slope. Who would live neighbor to the boisterous Atlantic.—Ketchum Keystone. On Tuesday, Nov. 24, Alex. Mc Donald, while hauling quartz from the Phillips A Sullivan mine, on Florida mountain, met with an accident which ruined three of his fine how. While coming down a steep grade on the west ride of the mountain, with two wagons and six horses, be bad to pass over an icy spot on the read, and he rough locked all four wheels of the trail wagon and the two bind wheels of the lead, but In passing over the ice the lead wagon Jumped the rough locks and forced the load on the horses, wounding three of them so badly that they will probably never be of use again. Aa this was the finest six horse team In the camp, the loss of these three valuable horses Is regretted by all admirers of good horses. Alex did not eat bis Thanksgiving dinner with a very keen relish.—Avalanche. ChllärffiiCryforPftchartCMtorla. t to* w a t >lld , Wearied fee c t rato rt s. Notice of Foreclosure Sal*. Order of Sala sad Drama of Forraloanra and •ala. The Vermont Loan and Trait Companay corporation, va Bdwia 8. Cameron, Hatte I. Cam area bis wife, B. N. Cameron aad J. P Davidson. Uodar and by virion of nn order of ml* aad dwrra of fonalnanr* aad ula, iiauad oat of tbs Distriot Court of tba Boooad Judicial dis trict. ia aad tor thn eoaaty of Has Parra, and atnt* of Idaho, on the 29th day or October A. D., 1891, la thn above entitled nation, wberoin tbo Vermont Loua aad Trait Cumpaay a car poration, tba above named plaintiff!, obtained a judgment aad daera* af forraloanra aad cal* again» Bdwia I. Cameron, Hattlo I Cameron bis wife. B. N Cornaron and J I Davidson do* fendants on thn 29th day of October A. D 1891, tor tb* cam af 92,120.84. ia Uaitod Sutra gold ooia, boatdos inUrrat, orate mod raunrai fora which mid daera* waa.cn tho29th day of Ootobor A D 1191, woordod la jadg> mont book I of arid raart nt pa go 218. I am commanded to rail all tba aariafa lot pies* or paroals of load, stunted, lying and bring in anaaty of Nas Foma Stain of Idaho, aad hoaadad and dararibnd ns follow* to wit : Tho sait half of tbo aortbwort quarter aad tb* raathwast qBarter of thn northwest quarter aad thn southwest qaarter af the northeast quarter, af Motion number 24 ia township nnm 87 north of raago aambor 6 wo» of Boira mo ridias, toatainlng one baadrod and aizty aorta mors or loss, araordiag to tho gor*ra< moat snrvoy thereof. Publie notice la homby given that nn Mon day the 21» day of December, A D 1K91, at ona o'clock p m of that day, in front af tba •«art bon»* door of thn county of Nan Paras, I. will, in obadianra to an order af aria and de ar** af forraloeer* and aria, aril tha above described property or so mash tboroof-a» may bn n as M sa t y to Mtisfÿ arid jadgmaat, with inter*» and orate ate, to tb* highest and bat bidder,far gold aria, of thn United Stria*. *—* ---- ]•» 1881. J. M. Batin Sheriff. Administrator'! Motiee. Frist* of Alonio 1-olend, deraend. Notice ia karab> given. tket letter* of ad diiaiiintioi «'■ tb* Eatml« of AI«bio Lolosd dawarad. vrrrt granted to the aadaraignad un the 9th day uf November. 1891. by tb* Pro bau C art of Net Parea oonnty. All perene boring elrim* agaiaot »aid ratet« ara required to exhibit thru to me for allow ease, at City Council room* within Un month* after tb* date of tbit notice, or they (ball be ferarer barred. ThU 9th dxy of Norombar, 1891. fax«, t. Lut». A dminhtrator af tb* **UU of Alonio Ulend demised. ® Creditor's Hotice. laut* or Mri. Mary Kearney daeaaaad. Notiaa ia hereby giran that latter» of admin iatratioa on the oatnU of Mr». Mary Kearney doaa a aod. ware granted to tha nndoriignod on tbs 19tb day of Norember. 1891. by tht Pro bate Coart of Not Ferae oonnty. All poriona baring claim* again» (aid Pa UU ara required to ozbibit them to mo tor *1" lowanee. at Oaorgo Olara' (tore within Un loatba after the del* ol tbi* notice, or they aball b* forarcr barred. Tbi» 19th day of Norambar. 1891. William Hill, Administrator of tb* aaUU of Mr*. Mary Kaarney, deeaaaad. 9 Notice of Foreclosure Sale. Order of Salo and haare* of Foraoloaur* and Sal*. John Sian vs W. L. Chureh and Alio* M Church. U ndar and by virtn* of nn order of anlo and decree of foraelonnr* and anla, iiauad ont of tho DUtriot Court of thn Second Judicial di» trict in and for the oonnty of Not Parra and •UU of Idaho, on tha 28th day of Oetober, A I> 1891 in the above entitled aotioa, wberoin John Sion tbo above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and drama of foraeloaura and »nie againat W L Chureh and Alia* M Chnreb da fand »nt», on tha 28th day of October A O 1891 for tbo aum of $1862 in United 8UUi gold enin, beside» inUrrat, cost and oounwl fra» whieh anid decree was on tbo 28th day ol Oo tobar A O 1891, retorded in book of decree of forraloanra and »nie 1 of raid court, at page 10. 1 am commanded to rail all tha certain lot. piera or parral* of land, lituated, lying and being in the eonnty of Nn Verra. aU'e of Idaho and bounded and described as follows: Tbo west half of tb* following described tract ol land: lota 3 and 4 and wb of aw It »ration Si ip 86 n r 4 west Boira merdien; tba whole of said treat oontains on* hundred and tfty seven acres, and the part to be sold is lb* wH of mid tract; also tbo nwlt ol ne V and oH of sell and Mk of lb* a*k section 26 twp 16 a r6 W B M. Publie notice ic hereby given that on Friday tbo 18th day of December A D 1891, st 1 o'clock p m of that day, in front of tho court bobce door of the eonnty of Net Pana. I will in obadianra to an order of calc and decree of foreclosure and cala, rail tho abovo described property or so muoh thereof as may bo raw« ■ary to Mtisfy Mid Judgment, with interest and costs aet, to tba highest and beat bidder for gold coin of tbo United Sutra. Dated November 28, 1891. S J. M. Inti Sheriff By B. Mounce Deputy. Hotice of Foreclosure Buie. Order of Salo and Dram* of Toraolosart and Brin. Norman Back va A. Qaaekanbuh, Lottie P Qnaokanbuib, and D. M Oabara A Co., J. R Prophy and Jnlial Van Wort. Under and by virtue of an ordnr of ante and dram* of foraelorara and mIo, innad ont of tb* District oourt. of tb* Sarand Judicial District in and for tbo eonnty of Nra Parra, and citato of Idaho, on tha 6th day of Novambnr, A. D.» 1891, in tbo nbovn entitled action, whotnia Norman Back, tea above named plrinUff, oh teinad a jadgmaat and daera* of forraloanra and aria against A. Qnaekanbnih, Lotti* P. Qaaekanbuh, dnfendnata, on tha 6th day of November. A. D., 1801, for tb* ram of tear bandied und twenty-eight and 40-1SS dollar«, in United State* gold rain, braid** intenat, oaata and conaaal fora whieh arid dram* wm on tho 6th day of November, A. D., 1891, rraordad in bo< k of drarws of fnraalosora and ante, of arid court, nt page 12. I am command ttll Ail tbi oirtiin lot, piss# or poroois of land, situAtod. lying and being in oily of LawUton, eonnty of Nos Parra, state of Idaho and bounded and dararibnd aa follows, to wit: Lot foor (4), block forty fonr (44], of the city 0 « Lowicton u chown by tho oBeiri plat of arid city, now on 81* io tha Auditor'» oflra. of said Nat Parra eonnty. »ate of Idaho, raid lot four [4J «standing on North street on* bnndrad fact [ISO] fact, thanm northerly from the north bonodry Una of arid »real batwrao parallel aid* line* on* hundred fa» .port and parpnadicnlar to arid »treat, to the brow of tb* bill, tha watt boundary line of arid lias 246 frat long U **"* tonndary line thereof is 282 8 Public p«tira ia baraby givao that on Moa •'ny. tea 80th day of Norambar. A. D. 1891, at 11 o'elrok *. m , of that day, in front of tb* T"!?, k ,°"tA 0 /"' of th * "'»"y of «•» Parra. I wil!. in obadianra to an order of aria and da eras of ferrai war* nod »»'a. rail th* abov* da raribad property or ra much I hat oof ns may b* nerasaary tmatUfr raid Judgment, with lo ten» and raata wo., t« tho highe» and ban bidder, for gold eoia of tbo United State«. Dated this 9th day of November, 1891. 1 J. M. Bazin, Sheriff. A disordered condition of the stom ach, cr malaria In the system will pro dure sick headache, you can remove this trouble by taking J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pilleta. 26 canto per viaL For sale by Dent ft Butler. Notice of Foreclosure Sale. Order of Bala asd Daera* of Forariorar* and Sain. M t Ward vs W L Churoh and Alien M Cburah. Under »ad by virtue ef»n order of aria and daera* ol foraelorara aad aria, Dauol ont at tho District conrt of th* Seoood Judicial Die trial, In and for th* eouoty of Not Parra, and Stria of Idaho, on tba 28th day of Oetober, A. D 1891, in tha above on hied »atinn, wherein M P Ward tba abuv* named plain'iff ohteinad a judgment nod drarao ol forraloHro and Mia ■gain» W L Cburah aad Alice M Church de tendante, on tho 28th day »I October, A D IHM, lot tbo tun of $1486 in United Stute» gold coin, bacid » inter*», soit» and eunncal f*M. whioh said daorra wm, on tho 28th dey of Ootobor, A D 1891, recorded in book of decree of foraelorara and coin 1 of raid court, nt page 11, 1 am commanded to coll all tba rarem lot. niera ■ r parral» ol land, situated, lying •ad being in eonnty of Nm Puree, ctato of Idaho and bounded and draaribed aa follows. Tha nwk of Mk. and a k ol »ok and wk of ask of Mellon twanty flv» in township 86 t a range Bv* we»t Boite meridian. Publie notice ii hereby given that on Friday the 18th day of December, A D 1891, ri 1 o'oloek p. ra. of that day, in front of the court bonra door of tho oonnty of Nra Pont, I will, in o bediene« to nn order of sale and doerao of foraolocare nod rale, m 11 tbo nbavo doraribod property or co ranch thnraof si may bo nrara •nry to Mtl»fy raid judgment, with interact •nd orate cte. to tho hlghrat and bert bidder, for gold ooin of tbo United btstos. Dried November 28» 1891. 9 _ _ „ J» M. Basis, Sheriff. By B. Moanra, Deputy. (Jristma^! ^ ^tyristmasi Holiday eooBs. I have already received a large invoice of xt*. day Goods, which are partially opened. OhmS get first choice, at a low figure. L. Groste^^ Lewiston Boiler Hills Benj. Booth, Proprietor. Manufacturer of ^ THE ROLLER PATENT, And guaranteed tu be the best on the market. Middlings, Feed, B^a Shorts always on hand. of a 1 of CALIFORNIA BREWERY, Near Head of First ritreet, Lewiston, Idaho. CHRIS: WEISGERBER, .... PRORRIOT©*. CALI. AND SEE ME. CHRS.+C.+KR6SS, -Dealer In WATCHES - AND - JEWELRY, Solid Silver and Silver Elated Ware, Waltham Springfield and Landcaster Watches. * Clocks and Optical Goods. Repairing of Jewelry and Watches a spedaHy. * HOTEL • 0E • FRANCE, » Corner of Second and "C" Streets, Lewiston, Idaho, Mme. Le Francois, - Proprietress ......o...... First Class in Every Particular. Extra Accommodation for Commercial lin. From Terminal or Interior Points the Noiera Pacific R'y Is the line to take To all points East and South. It is the Dining Car Route. It runs Through Vestlbuled Trains Every Day in the Year to ST PAUL AND CHICAGO. (No Change of Cars.) Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed, Pullman Drawing Room Bleepers of latest equipment. Tourist Bleeping 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 Coaches. 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 rore can be purchased at any Ticket Office of this Company. Fullinforma 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 8t., cor Washington, Portland, Oregon. E. A. McKenna, Ticket Agent, Genesee, Idaho. TIME OP TRAINS AT GENESEE. Spokane dassenger arrives at 8:30 p. m., and leaves at 5 a. m. Spokane Freight arrives at 6:80 p. m.. and leaves at 7:30 a. m. r Pimples, blotches, scaly skin, ugly spots, sores and uucers, absesses and tumors, unhealthy discharges, such as catarrh, eczema, ringworm, and other forms of skin diseases, are symptoms of blood Impurity. Take Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Sarsaparilla. For sale by Dent ft Butler. —Salary, 925 per 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 8t., Chicago, 111. Hsssà. »«ff ¥jKe i" Sisal JTrt ,*LSi " ""».te* «ira I Jtocii jrntt quickly how to vans (Un M I# •*«. lu say Dort *f eunu, '" le * kom *> ß** worhor. Wo aurt jJT tîrmklum 9TIRMS 49 Ct., FORTUll, MAtMt? fltV.f.U In connection with the NORTHERN PACIFIC R. I ......Forma the...... Quickest and Best Route between Stet em Oregon and Washington To All Puget Bound points, as well n tnepopular and direct line Points Es Esst and Sou thn*. Pullman Bleeping Care, .'-uperblXaiM Cars, Free Second Class SlecMfi, through to Chicago via this lus Passenger Trains of this Comp : regularly be Waiteburg, Walla Walla, Wash. runningi ipsny I between Daytea and Pendleton, Oregon., Making clore connection at Hnh Junction with Northern Pacifie Bata for Tacoma, Beattie, Victoria, & (X, Ellensburg, North Yakima, PhMk Sprague, Cheney, Davenport, 8gotom falls, Butte, Helena, St. Paul, Mias* spoils, and all points East Passenger Train, making above crib nections, leaves Walla Walla, daily, ft 8:15 a. m. Through tickets sold to al points East at Lowest Rates. W- F. WAMSLEYt Oea'l Pr'tnnd Pric'gr Afto Welle Brils, Wift C. B. WRIGHT, Jr, Vira» President end Gen 'I Mnae|W The Wisconsin Central Liinea Northern Pacific Railroad Co., Is» Runs fast trains with Pullman V» tibuled drawing room sleepers, DUM| Can and Coaches of latest design, w itcago and Milwaukee and 8» Paul and Minne tween Chic land Milwaukee aad i apolis. Fast Trains with Pullman ' drawing room sleepers, Dini ng Q* and reaches of latest design, betwtes Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashaffs and Duluth. , , ■ _ Through Pullman vestlbuled di^ ing room and Colonist sleepers vto^ Northern Pacific raliroad betwssB IBP cago and Portland, Or. _ Convenient trains to and fto m reg era, Western, Northern and OWto Wisconsin points, affording uneqSSl* service to and from Waukesha, Wjw Lac, Oshkosh, Neenab,Menashs,lfty pewa Falls, Eau Claire, Mur ley, I™* and Ironwood and Bessemer, MMB. For tickets, sleeping car reeerrau* time tablea and other informsOo a t g ply to agents ot the line, or to agents anywhere in the United or Canada. , _ 8. R. AiNSLiE, General Mans«, Chlteft» J. M. Hannapobd. Gen. Treflte* Hfr St. P»"1-*J?^ H. C. Barlow, Traffic MsnsjA, JAB.C.I-W*, General Pass, and Ticket Chicago, 111. Grand Central Passen« Cor. Harrison St., and Fifth A« A beautiful waman muft bs bssMj aad to remain healthy and bca«» H. McLft Bhe should take Dr. J. H. Strengthening Cordial and Blood P fier. It Imparts tone and fin**, ■kin, stength, vigor and pure bl« equally adapted ihr all ages, ft"* babe to the aged, of either **• nale by Dent ft Butler.