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al Estate and Mines....
Houses, Lots and Lands for sale, located in the cities of Lewiston and Vineland.
me Lands located in the states of Washington and Idaho.
:ated m the tierce City, Musselshell, Elk City, Dixie
istnets, to bond or sell.
Karins. Ranches, Fruit and Pine Lands 1
Choice gold propositions, located ' ■'
and Florence Mining Distri
Investments made for capitalists and investors on approved properties of real merit.
The locating of Nez 1 ei ce Reservation lands for settlers promptly attended to.
Official and notarial business transacted. Conveyances, deeds and mortgages made
and acknowledgments taken.
Insurance on city and farm property written.
Correspondence solicited. Address—
N. STACY & CO., Lewiston National Bank Building.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
jgueOweu is baik In m Spokane.
r Frostilia at Dent & Butler's,
funk Rice of Mt. Idaho i< In the
iwdelnieal at the Model Res
nraot.
Hr. and Mrs. R. C. Beach are spend
ffthc week in Portland.
at (ne Golden Star Gro
Oash talk-
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-Tbe t'asli Grocery is in the lead for
ï French candies.
Joe Alexander Jr. Is down from
tKsdale fur the holidays.
-A carload of Garland stoves and
ngesjust rec ived at Buc.Hells.
Wildeiithulers, headquarters for j
kinds of Schilling's best goods.
Miss Laura Beins returned Tuesday ;
im her California visit.
-Cudahy's Celebrated Hex brand of
urns and bacon at Wildentbaler's
_Oold Medal Tea, the choicest blend |
ii the market, at Wildenthaler's. i
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Every woman is delighted with line
riut. See the Bazaar's stock before
u.viug-
-You batbe in porcelain tubs at
.ant'sBasement Barber .Shop.
W. H. Keqini, the Orangeville
Iweler, is in the city this week.
-Try the C. O. D. Blend of coffee
ii the best thing on the market.
-Cream and Swiss cheeses a new
ivoicethis week at Wildenthaler's.
L. D. shutlner of Helena is liere
;iending the holidays with his family.
-Sixteen-inch slab wood, ready for
.le.«U>ve, oin be secured of Small &
iiuery.
See the prizes given away with tea
ad baking p »wider at the Golden Star
grocery.
Jap Bounce was in tow
his being nis lirst appear
te iilness.
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—The finest dairy butter to be hah
the city, at The Russell Cash Oro- '
ery.
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You are always
Gant's Basement
The dirt, from the cellar of the new j
,'ollwer brick is being used to raise
he street grade in front of the Hotel
ewiston.
—Try some White Clover Cheese at
he Russell Cash Grocery, it will please
'mu.
Du not lbrg -t tlie Masquerade dance
iveu by the Night Ow l club tonight
A Masonic Hall.
—Three chairs
'next'' at Harve
r-*rb"r Shop.
Thatcher Kling expect soon to,
,-tart a circulating library of the latest
tid most popular works of fiction.
—Wildentlialer delivers fresh bread
"ice a day all over tlie id tv. Leave
rtlers with the delivery man tor j
roceries.
Owing to the milder weather tlie
"wiston Roller Mills are operating
»in this week with full force.
Candy, home made and imported,
he finest in each line. Call at the ,
arlor Candy Store and see tiieir holi
»V sto- k in this line.
Geo. H. Kester took a trio to Juiia
ha Saturday on business connect» d
-*th the Tramway Conpany.
—Bunnell lias just received a car
of Klondyke coal direct from tlie
nines. If y OU don't uue* tlie name
You »dl like the eoal.
Tlie question of stre. t improvement
»'ill he brought before the council
-hortly after the new year o|>ens
the use of oot bering over
chopping
and
of
-What
fhe sa win
»hen Siuail A Emery will deliver you !
***teeii-iuch slab wood, ready for tlie j
»hoe, on s i„, r t and :»t a lo» j
... as bmitli wife and family of
* doratio, Kansas spent Christmas
*ith K«1 Fountain of the Hotel de
r »ui e. Mrs. Smith is Mr. Fountain'
# *tei-. Tlie family left Monday will»
Guy Fountain to visit with tlie mother
M Pullinau.
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James Hamilton Lewis.
It is not often that a Lewiston news
paper man meets fuce to luce a charac
ter ( f national fame. Janies Hamilton
Lewis is noted for his oratory and tor
freak- of political luit li He measured
swords witii Tom i.eed and was
cheered by (lie rabble. He lots been
termed tbe Webster of the West and
the Clay ot the, ot the -populist party.
: He is without dispute the congress
inan Horn the great state of Wushiug
I toll.
I While sidetracked in tlie populist
j.stronghold this political representative
I of tile people made one of ii is ehar
i aeteristie speeches. The claim was set
! tortli that tlie congressman had ap
j peared to confer with his eo istituenis
; upon the duties of his office. The re
port was a hai raiigue of the commonest
type. The s[ieecii was a prejudiced ap
j peal to tlie passions id' that class of
people who nave been wit 1 1 difficulty
restrained to a compliance with the
laws in the post few years. It was a
speech intended to keep alive the sen
timent that favored the repudiation <>f
private obligations some few years
ago; and it was a speech calculated to
destroy all faith in the return of |ier
nianent prosperity. The effort was
truly an example of Lin- an of oratory.
The audience was spellbound by tlie
logic and eloquence of tbe speaker i ut
the effort was a skillful one with the
desire to engender, revive and keep
alive tile strife of the last polit c: 1
campaign. It was a disappointment
tor mo 10 hear in orti -oil of the govern
ment, a man of ab :ity engage in a
two-hours tirade oi ubuse of the party
in power. If statesmen ol national
reputation appeal to the rabble for ap
plause am. teach only the lesson of
p-irtv strife to the intelligent public
me standard of American staiesiuau
stiip is not high enough to be en viable.
. "Dude" Lewis lias flax colored hair
and straw colored whiskers. When
in his place in the halls of Congress lie
parts both Ins hair and whiskers in the
middle. Here among the Palouseis lie
did not comb either whiskers c r hair.
He figured the dresi
bui In* looked like
been on a drunk. His "hayseed"
makeup was not good,
die dude was scarred hut not removed
The man and his speech were like a
stage play. It was lise a reff icd actor
playing tlie part of H ut Most the
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seed
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seed
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not
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j anarchist before a sympathizing au ii
jence. James Hamilton Lewis may tic
j ^ a great occasion but hi
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i is not much above the present stuuqi
caker as a political teacher.
Newton Hi mis.
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TO THE
EAST
(Jives tbe choice of
Two Transcontinental
routes
( ; y cd i U 0 VI
North'n Ry Short Line
VIA VIA
SPOKANE SALT LAKE
MINNEAPOLIS DENVER
ST. PAUL OMAHA
\ND AND
CHICAGO KANSAS CFI Y
! ,e ( te ali Eastern Citie*
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si.-nm-r- leave Portland every
Five Days for
SAN FRANCISCO.
U',,1 1,(11 information call on h. W
h, O. R. & N. Agent, L-w
lli V\\'H. HURLBURT,
Ketten Ik
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Ass'l tien
I Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
Passenger steamer* leave Lewis!
everv day, except Friday, at 0 ».
Leave Riparia, on arrival of Portland
(rah, at midnight, every day except
Saturday.
Steamer* mnntlil? from Portland b
Vokolioinu and Hong Kong, via the
Northern Pacific Steamship Co. n
connection with O. R A N.
_G, I one of tliose triple flute shine
from CoS. Wilson H. Henderson, at
«.»ul's Basement Imrlcr slioi».
Grand
Masquerade
Ball . . .
Under the direction
of the
Night Owl Club.
Masonic Opera House,
New Years Eve,
Friday, Dec. 31.
Music by Prof. Moore's orchestra.
Tickets, exclusive ot supper, 75c.
Lunch will lie served in hall at 25c.
A general in vitation is eqtended to all.
Nothing like itP
That is what
says about the ■
everybody
WEISGERBER
BEER
Strictly a first class article
and absolutely pure. Can
be hud in keg or bottle.
£ The California Brewery.
fr wv y v vvvvv
Burlington
Route
Hot Springs, Arkansas, is
a good place to go to in win
ter. Shortest line is the Bur
lington Route. Write for
infromation about rates and
trains.
Tickets ut offices of connecting linos.
A. B. Jackson, T. P. A.,
Jamieson Building, Spokane, Wash
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RAILWAY.
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Pullman
Elegant
Tourist
Sleeping Cars
Dining Gars.
Sleeping Cars.
St. Paul,
Minneapolis
Duluth
Fargo
to Grand Forks
Crookston
Winnipeg
Helena and
Butte.
THROUGH -TICKETS
TO
Chicago,
Washington,
Philadelphia,
New York
Boston and all
Points Fast and South.
For information, time cards,
maps and tickets, call on o r write
fohn P. Vollmer, Agent
—or —
A. D. Charlton,
Asst. Cen'l Pass. Agent,
255 Morrison St-, Portland. Oregon
The • Hotel - de - France
Ed. Fountain, Proprietor.
Under new management. The travelling public will
find that the proprietor will spare no pains to cater to the
public. Free Bus to and from the boat. Fine sample rooms.
o< THE LOC CABIN SALOON »
M. Donzac ft Co , Proprietors.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
Schlitz, Milwaukee Beer. Flor de Juliana, Arinona, «rand Director
Cigars. Courteous treatment
Jtye Secret of ^uecess.....
in cooking bread or pastry lies in the quality of the
N flour used. Users of our High Grade Patent Process
flour have no cause for complaint on this score.
The demand for our product is daily increasing.
We have on hand bran, also shortsjand chop.
THE LEWISTON MILLING CO
First Ht. & Huake River Ave.
MAREK & eO.
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. Sausages
and Fancy Meats a Specialty. We would be pleased
to receive a portion of your patronage.
JAMES E. BABB,
Attorney at Law.
Lewiston National Bank Building. Lewi.lou
Idaho. Practicea in State and Federal Courts ot
Washington and Idaho, and own» complete
Abstract Books of Nei Perce Co.
E. O'NELL,*
Attorney at Law and No
tary Public.
AU busiucBMcarefully attended to. Will |»r«c
tice in all court» of Washington and Idaho. Of
flee on Main street, Lewiston,opposite Bunnell *
Store.
Dr. J. F. ATKINSON.
DENTIST.
First class work aj reasonable
prices.
C. C. PHI 1X1 HS, M. D.
Physician - and - Surgeon;
Office—Adam* Bldg. 'Phon * 13.
JAMES W. REID
Attorney at Law
Lewiston, - - Idaho
Practices in the State and Federal Courts o
ldahoand Washington. Office, neat door lo the
Odd Fellows building.
THOMAS MULLEN,
Attorney at Law
Legal buxines*
The
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Ë rompt attention
lank building,
Laud Offic.*.
of all kinds given
Lewiston National
next door to U. ,S.
, F. Hanford. ,
■^ü H. F. Burleigh.
" John Green. Y
DANFORD, BURLEIOH A GREEN,
Attorneys at Law.
Lewiston, Idaho,
Practice in ail State and Federal Courts
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A. ROBERTSON,
Dentist.
Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed.
Office up stairs, two doors east of Bee
Hive, Lewiston, Idaho.
L. F. INMAN, M. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician
And Specialist.
Office two doors east of Bee Hive. Of
fice hours morning » to 12; afternoon 2
to 5evening 7 to 8. Specialties—Catarrh
and all tiervous aud chronic diseuse* ol
both men and women. Diseases of
children giveu special attention. Coun
try and city calls given prompt atten
tion.
Campbell'! Addition to Lcwistoa.
This property consists of 18 lots, size
50x194, a good t-ew residence witti
other improvements which have coot
$1500 and is for sale at the very low
price of $2000. Mr Campbell is residing
on the property, and will take pleasure
of showing it.
H. K. Barnett,
Real Estate Agent.
Fam for Sale.
320 acres to trade for stock, machin
ery or rent on easy terms.
P. D- Care Tei.I.FR.
Real Eitatc Bargala».
For the next thirty days. Lots in
Oxford Addition will be »r id at the
low prit» of $25 to $100, will sell on in -
stalnient plan or will allow 5 (ter cent,
for cash. A supply of water on tbe
H. K. Bar.m-.tt.
Real Estate. Agent.
ground.
any.
can
Bud.
The surveyor's chain made it, the
shortest traiisconitneiital route.
It is the -mist modern in equipment
il U tlie heaviest railed line.
It has a Rock-Rnllust Roadbed.
It oros es no Sand Deserts.
It was built without laud grant or
Government aid.
It is noted for the courtesy ot Its em
ployees.
it is the only line serving meals on the
a la Carle plan.
Through the grainiest scenery in
America by daylight.
Attractive tours during season of nav
igation on Ureat Lakes via Duluth, in
connection with Magnificent. Passen
ger steamers North west and Nortlilaud
For maps, tickets and full informa
tion call on or address or O. R. A N
agents, or
C- 0- DIXON, Oeu. Agent
Jamison Block, corner Riverside and
Mill HI*., Hpokaue. Wash.
F. J. Whitney, «. P. T. A., St. Paul
Minnesota.
one
H. T MADCWICK.
Contractor and Builûi
LEWISTON IDAHO
L. L. STRONG,
UNDERTAKER,
And Embalmer.
James H. Thomas.
C0NTRAGT0R
AND BUILDER
Job Work a Specialty
Estimates on any and all kinds
of work in my line promptly given
and satisfaction assured. Call and
see me.
J.
ARE YOU
RUSHED WITH WORK?
Give me u call for legal work or
husiniMs correspondence. I am
prepared lo do everything in tbe
line of Stenography and Type
writing. Work guaranteed.
Adrian R. Sweet
Main St., opposite Raymond House.
Palace - Saloon.
Celebrated Whiskies—
J. H. Cutter,
Me Brier
and Stonewall, '91.
Liquors »ml wines for medicinal pur
pose». F. linos, Proprietor.
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JOHN KLA8S,
3P-A.I NTER
Lewiston, Id ho.
Paper hanging, kalsominlng aud
painting neatly and pnmptly done.
Artistic wall decorations a specialty
Next door to J. Eichen bergnr's house
Elegant Stock
Carefully Selected
In buying tor «bu t*Wu JM* do
••ot can to take chances on ebea»
articles. Han la* partial Uat of
the beat on tbe market.
Nuts
We haven't a nut of any variety
that is »ot fresh stock, and the
prices are ae low a* the Quality
is high.
Raisins—
Lewiston doesn't contain the
equal to our raislua. They're lu
comparable in price, too, from
our common conking rais» os ut
«cent* per pound, to our Import
ed Sultanats at 20 cent per lb.
Dried Fruits—
A glance at our line ot dried
fruits will convince you that you
can't do better. Apples, peers,
prunes, Bga, citron.
The Place—
Don't make any mistake when
you start for supplies.
C ht EtwMM Idktrf « i m*n.
H. Wildeutbaler, Proprietor.
Telephone No. 2».
Patronise Hem* Industry.
Cigar Factory No. 56.
R. M. Palmer, Proprietor.
Lewiston, Idaho.
Make* cigars that ars equal to any In
the market and prima compare with
any. House favorite brands— Ameri
can Flower, Cuban Planter and Rose
Bud. Wholesale and retail.
Gold Bar
Mintage ompanies
Room 2, Lewiston If stlontl BhlUUng
Lewiston, Idaho.
—Capitalization
one Million Shares each. Par valu»
One Dollar.
Golden Gate
-and—
Four hundred thousand »bares
treasury atoca each.
Property situated on Oro Flno
ami French Creeks, Pleroe City
Mining Dlitrlct, Idaho.
G -lden Gate ore vein 4 feet
free milling gold quarla; aasaya
from 911 to 1194.27 per tou.
Gold Bar 28 inch rein; assay
from 981.22 to 9472.28 per tou.
Both ledge» are being worked
ami ore being put on dump for
milting.
Priccftier »Imre Dec. 20 th—Golden
Gate 18cte; Gold Bar 4fct».
Stock* non-aaswmalilc. All or
ders addressed to
J. N. STACY, President,
Lewiston, Idaho.
Tbe Nez Perce
Comission House.
Little
ues.
f Tices leading tobigval
t behooves every man
and woman to buy where they
can do tbe best. Oar stock of
Candies. Nuts, Oranges, Lem
ons and Celery are the finest.
We quote a few sample prices.
Hand made chocolate creams
25c per pound; Best Pejpsin
Gum 2 sticks for 5c. All
French Cream Candy, 25c per
pound. A nice line of silver
and plated ware. Everything
as represented, or money re
funded.
Churches or others getting
up Xmas trees will do well to
call and get our prices. We
will not be undersold.
E- T- LONG, Proprietor.
Always a Leader.
» Golden Star Grocery
The Golden Star luaugurm
' ted low prices In Lewiston
I and under the new manage
ment will still te found in
P the lead.
J You Save Money
A casti business naves you
money, an we do not have to
make up on you what we
lose on your neighbor. A
full line«>f first das« grocer
ies. Give us a call.
Bell ft Bollinger
Frost 1 1 la a new preparation for keep
ing tbe bauds from chafing with cold,
at Deni A Butler's.

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