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Jno. P. Vollmer, President.
A. W. Kroutinger, Jr., Cashier. John H. Evans, Vice President. E. \V. Eaves, Assistant Cashier. 5l;e - pir$t - fîatiopal - Bapl^, OF LEWISTON IDAHO. DIRECTORS: D. M. White, S. C. Thompson, J. H. Evans, J. M. Fix, Jno. P. Vollmer. ......o...... Fire proof vault for use of customers for safe keeping of valuables. Burglar proof steel safe, protected by Sargent & Greenleaf time lock. Correspondents in tail the principal cities of the United States. Buy and sell exchange. Interest allowed on time deposits. O, C. Bunnell. Pres. J. Alexander, Vice Pres. F. W. Kettenbaih, Cashier. -THE Lewiston National Bank, Corner ot Second and Main Streets. Idaho. Lewiston, - .....o...... DIRdCTORSl C. C. Bunnell, J. Alexander, J. Q. Moxley, George Glass, Jasper Band, B. F. Morris, F. W. Kettenbach. Transacts a general Banking business. Interest allowed on Time Deposits. Bight 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 1 M With a Leading Fall Stock of Merchandise. 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 Bame, I Remain Very Respectfully, J. ALEXANDER. eUMMINeS B^OS., PHOTOGRAPHERS LEWISTON IDAHO, Always to be found at their 8tudlo, wish to remind the public that Holidays •f* »«*rat hand. A füll supply of the latest styles of Caros and Mountings con stantly 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 Satisfac ttonn guaranteed or money refunded. Call and see me and be convinced. Mrs. Powers, Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting •A. Specialty. Located in the Hale & Cooper Building. MRS. R. BAUX. W. E. TIMBERLAKE THE-- RAYMOND HOUSE, Mrs. R. Saux A Co., Proprietors. Corner Fifth and Main Streets, Lewiston, Idaho. Centrally located ha« all the modern Improvements for the comfort of guesta, and Is kept afa strtotW~Bret •lass house. Headquartgre for all Stage and Express lines running to I<ewiston. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Work on Moscow's new school build ing, which was temporarily suspended a few days ago from lack of material, has been again resumed and will be pushed as rapidly as possible. All parties who signed the Club Dance roll, are requested to meet at James Robinson's harness store tonight, at which time the organization will be perfected,*fand ;such other business atteuded to as may come up. Tlie Annie Faxon made her last trip Wednesday',' and is now put up in Winter quarters at White's. There is considerable ice running in the river and the cold weather is fast' shutting off the mountain streams that feed the Snake. The Rev. J. D. and Mrs. McConkey make this public acknowledgement of sincere thanks to the many kind friends, who remembered them on Christmas Eve, with substantial cheer. Merry Christmastide and happy New Year to all. The encouraging news is at last con firmed and it can now he asserted on full authority, that the right-of-way controversy, so long pending between the government, the N. P. railroad and the Nez Perce Indians, is definitely settled, and the Spokane & Palouse has now a clear right to enter upon the reservation and complete their lines into Lewiston. This news, coupled with the rumor that work will begin on the river bridge the first of the new year, once more creates an interest in railroad matters. Let Lewiston now get in and pull a good strong oar with Camas Pmi ne people and it is highly probable, that we will see a railroad extended through this city to that point, before the season is very far ad vanced. O 11 Wednesday last, little Johny Jones shot Tommy Smith his play mate and school-fello#, in the ab<Ionian with a small revolver. The accident will result fatally to the poor boy. It was carelessness but somebody is to blame. Who is it? The foregoing is a hit of pure fabrication suggested by an incident that came to our notice this week. Two small boys, hardly in their teens, each with a "gun" in his hand were seen skirting about, shoot ing at old cans, stray cats and chickens, with a dangerous recklessness that will sooner or later lead up to an acci dent similar to the one just stated. Parents, you who have no boys to spare, look Into this matter. Two or three small boys and a revolver make up a dangerous compound. Company I again drilled for the prize medals Saturday night. They changed hands again, Sergeant Coburn taking first and Corporal Robinson second. Since the first prize drill more attention has been paid to correct po sition and accurate movement, and the effect was marked in Saturday night's drill. Under the efficient drill ing of the veteran Kittsmiller the work of Company I has made more than or dinary progress. From all reports and fudging by what we have learned per sonally of the other companies ot the state, we can safely say, that for regu lar attendance, pride in their work, efficiency in the manual of arms, Com pany I leads the state. If Governor Willey should chance to visit Lewis ton, we can show him a company of the National Guard that he can be proud of. The prize medal for the best shot changes hands so rapidly that it is a matter of pure guess work as to who will finally become the owner. Private Boston has had it In his possession twice, Sergeant Coburn onoe, and now Captain Kroutinger has succeeded in finding the bull's eye, and will sport the medal for a week at least. Pastry Without . Butter. Light, flaky and digestible pie ernst and all kinds of fine pastry can be made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow der without batter or with one half the usual portion, if pre ferred, or with a small quantity of lard or other shortening as desired. Pie crust made in this way is more wholesome and digestible besides being more economical and easier pre pared in addition to saving all the butter if desired. One third the flour is also dispensed with, and the crust is rolled that much thinner, the raising qualities of Dr. Price's Powder swelling it to the requisite thickness. Those who enjoy the appetising qualities of the delicious home made pie will rejoice to know this secret. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only powder that contains the white of eggs. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the purity of this ideal powder has never been ques tioned. The United States cruiser San Fran cisco, which left San Francisco last week, arrived in San Diego on the 28th, without stopping at Monterey as was expected. In an interview Admiral Brown said their stay there depended on orders from Washington. The ship is equipped for a three years cruise and has a supply of ammunition supposed to be for the Charleston, now on its way from Honolulu to Acapulco, und for the Baltimore now returning from Chilian waters. The officers refuse to state their future course hut it is be lieved the vessel is ready for any emergency. During the Christmas recess certain meiuliers of the senate election com mittee are going over the two contested election cast« to be decided by that hotly. Both of these cases will be de cideid in a non-partisan ^manner, be cause which ever man wins a man of like politics will be seated. There is no chance but that the cases will be decided upon their merits. As near as can be learned there is only one side to each case, and Dubois of Iduhp and Call of Florida will be quickly seated. There is no doubt that the Idaho con test has done the state some damage, and it certainly has placed the people of Idaho in a false position of demand ing more than they ' are entitled to. Judge Clagett is still determined to make a fight for the seat, although it is apparent that he has no possible chance of success. Dubois has been obliged to be very modest and take what he could get because of the con test. Any man with a contest on his hands is hampered, and so far all that Clagett has thus far accomplished is to hamper Dubois. OLD FOLKS Grand Masque Ball! Feb. 22,1892, -AT Grostein A Binnard Hall, Music by Professor F. Poos' Orchestra. Committee on Music: F. Roos. Committee of Arrangements: Ezra Baird, J. N. Lindsay, B. Booth, C. G. Kress, J. Bilcott, C. Weisgerber. Reception Committee: F. Warren, Martin Collins, 8. Wildenthaler. Floor Managers: Lot Wiggin, H, Squier, J. Eakln, J. B. Morris, J. H. Robinson. Tickets, excluding supper,............$1.50 Spectators........................................25 Grand march at 8:30 sharp. Mask ers must raise their mask to a commit tee, before allowed iu the hall. Notice for Time of Proving Will. Notioe for publication of time appointed for proving will, «te. In the Probate oonrt of the date of Idaho, in and for tna eountr of Nea Perce. In the matter, of the Eatate of Terrii Ward, deceoaed. Pursuant to an order of aaid Probate court, made on the 28th day of December 1891, no tioe ia hereby glren, that Monday the 25th day of January, 189J, at 10 «'look, a. m„ of said day, at the Court reom of said eourt, at the Court house in the county of Kei Peree has been appointed as the time and plaee for proving the will of aaid Terril Ward deceased, and for hearing the application of Bnrgeai Hard for the iasuanee to him of letters testa mentary when and whare any person intonat ed may appear and eonteat the same. Dated Deoember 28, 1891. 8. 8, lianas, Clerk. A (Ji^tmas! - ^ristmasi Holiday eeoBs. Grostein. Lewiston Roller Hills Benj. Booth, Proprietor. Manufacturer of THE ROLLER PATENT, And guaranteed to be the best on the market. Middlings, Feed, Bnm Shorts always on hand. CALIFORNIA BREWERY, Near Head of First Street, Lewiston, Iduho. CHRIS: UiBiSCERBER, .... F»ROPRI©tOR \ ......o...... CALL A NT) SEE ME. O HïïS.+C.+KReSS, -Dealer In WATCHES - AND - JEWELRY, Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Waltham Springfield and Landeaster Watches. ' Clocks and Optical Goods. Repairing of Jewelry and Watches a specialty o< HOTEL . DE • FRANCE, * Corner of Second and "C" Streets, Lewiston, Idaho, Mme. Le Francois, - Proprietress ......O...... First Class in Every Particular. Extra Accommodation for Commercial Men. From Terminal or Interior Pointa the Northern Pacific R'y Is the line to take To all points East and South. It is the Dining Car Route. It runs Through Vestibuled Trains Every Day in the Year to ST PAUL AND CHICAGO. (No Change of Cars.) Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed, Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers of latest equipment. Tourist Sleeping Cars, best that can Be constructed and iu 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 udvance throu auy agent of the road. Through Tickets to and from all points in America, England and Eu rope can be purchased at any Ticket Office of this Company. Fullinforma tion concerning rates, time of trains routes and other details fürnished ou application to any agent, or A. D. Charlton, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 121 First St., cor Washington, Portland, Oregon. E. A. McKenna, Ticket Agent, Genesee, Idaho. TIME or TRAINS AT GENESEE. Spokane dassenger arrives at 8:30 p. m. and leaves at 5 a. m. * Spokane Freight arrives at 6:30 p. m. and leaves at 7:30 a. m. Sudden change of temperature and humidity of the atmosphere often pro duce disorders of the kidneys and blad dcr. Use Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm to check these troubles in their incipiency. For sale by Dent * Butler. The most delicate constitution can safely use Dr. J. H. McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balm. It is a sure remedy for coughs, loss of voice, and all throat aud lung troubles. For sale by Dent & Butler. MONET ■BW Mn« of work, by thaw mt ioywent «ad leach rnmfutSt* 9 *: **"' AimUh you Um in- -s— «-a? a VSSffSffS V T** b r A. VMtern * *•"* " ork Mewdor, , f"."" nui make m much beat wa .... Ä«riw ,w ■"* ***** SmSVJTiX <ü * m,r * r * •« bow«, V*V 2 Io^ a T'"' only to Gr *" 1 W * tUk f°r iTiasus A to., NlkTUXI, lAlbk. 0.SW. In connection with the NORTHERN PACIFIC B. i ......Forms the...... Quickest and Best Route between EuP em Oregon and Washington and Puget Sound points, as well as the popular and direct line To All Points East and Southeast Pullman Sleeping Cars, Superb Dining Cars, Free Second Class Sleepers, through to Chicago via this lins Passenger Trains of this Company an running regularly between Dayton Waitsburg, Walla Walla, Wash, and Peudleton, Oregon., Making close connection at Hunt's Junction with Northern Pacific trains for Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, B. C., Ellenshurg, North Yakima, Pasco, Sprague, Cheney, Davenport, Spokane Falls, Butte, Helena, St. Paul, Minne apolis, and ail points East. Passenger Train, making above con nections, leaves Walla Walla, daily, at 8:15 a. in. Through tickets sold to all points East at Lowest Kates. W- F. WAMSLEY. Gea'l Fr'tand Paii'gr Aft*. Walla Walla, Vuk. C. B. WRIGHT, Jr., Vioe.Praddent and Gen'l Manager. The Wisconsin Central Lines. Northern Pacific Railroad Co., Less* Runs fast trains with Pullman Ve« tibuled drawing room sleepers, Dining Cars and Coaches of latest design. Jw tween Chicago and Milwaukee and Bt Paul and Minneapolis. , , Fast Trains with Pullman vestibojed drawing room sleepers, Dining 0M» and coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee aud Aahlana and Duluth. Through Pullman vestibuled draw ing room and Colonist sleepers via tnr Northern Pacific railroad between CM cago and Portland, Or. Convenient trains to and from fie*: ern, Western, Northern and Cenw» Wisconsin points, affording unequal»» service to and from Waukesha, Fo ng» Lac, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, CM r pewa Falls, Eau Claim, Murley, W». and Ironwood and Bessemer, Mich For tickets, sleeping car reservat»*! time tables aud otner information, -P" ply to agents of the line, or te Mew agents anywhere in the United or Canada. S. R. AIN8ME, General Manager Chicago. D" J. M.Hannafobd, Gen. Traffic Mnr*' St. Paul, Mia* H. C. Baklow, Traffic Manager. Chicago, Dh Jas. C. P M?i. General Pass, and Ticket Ageaw Chicago, HL a*.tknu Grand Central Passenger Statu»» Cor. Harrison St., and Fifth Ave. Appetite and Bleep may be ImpioriA every part of the system strengthen** and the animal spirits regain then bouyancy by the use of Dr. J. H* * Lean's Strengthening Cordial Blood Purifier. For sale by Deo* Butler.