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o LEWISTON. IDAHO. APRIL22. 1898. NUMBER 31. War Has Bien BecIared.;War Our knowledge of; is scrim, s l v ill, „ant to dispensing eompre-; lh al,solui.lv sure ilia* ll,e liens.veandeon.plete, presevipiio,, ihr l,i m j s \ e ve studied it ... lulls prepared,and pore drugs all its branches. \V e used. We personally guara... multu It our specialty. Ue ibis »hen „V dispense If your dearest friend on earth your prescriptions. The 0 wl Drug Store. Kay & Osmers, Chemists and Pharmacists. t- ^ fSunbonnets.. 1 S» r* a| I Made to ©rder. 1 I THE BAZAAR, j ^iuiiuiuuiuiujuiuiuiuium«iuituuiuiuiuiumuuiuiu^ 'f*"}*'f*'î**$*'f* , î**î**f*'t* uf.*,?• *,?/« *|»*|* **»•*..#• *|*.J* t t I t Mammoth Bargain Sale SATURDAY t ©. A. Kjos.l •f* 4* t *• Jblin Lane. John A. Hr.,. Lane, Brown & Green, Mm,em " mi ' " ' at Laic. Lewiston, Idaho. State and Federal Courts Lewiston's Largest Store. Buy the "Troian" Shirt Waists. Only pc to 52 . 25 . New, Stylish House Wrappers. Prices 75 e, .Si, > 1 . 25 , 51 . 50 . 52.00, 52.25 and 52 . so. ^ e have splendid new line oi finishing hi aids, s 'lh and jet gimps, belts, purses, veilings, eol 01 ed and white embroideries, laces and ribbons. New Hammocks—we sell "Palmers, which are the best. Jno. P. Vollmer & Co. N B— Butterlek Patterns and Uciiiinieri Kul Gloves, are MeontH tor "Motiurcti" Bit-yclta Price* to Ladies 01 w, fcü oi) ^ !.. I,. S'lT.ONC ■ t a t r\ r* r~."r * f ✓ f" mt undert Aker, And Embalmer. Has Begun. Spain has Handed Woodford His Passports and Her Fleet has Sailed from Cape Verde. Will Blockade Havana. Thfi North Atlantic Squadron Has Sailed From Key West 10 Blockade Havana. This lias liei-n a momentous week in tile annals of American history. Kvery day the nation lias heen brought nearer and nearer to the outbreak of a war with Spain over the settlement of the Cuban question. In congress the house forced the senate to yield and the resolution passed declares that "Cuba is and of right ought to he free." but it does not. recognize the present Cuban government. The President has signed the joint resolutions and is sued Ids ultimatum to Spain. She must leave Cuba with her army and Cuban waters with her fleet or the United States will make armed inter vention. The government is moving all regu lar troops toward llie Atlantic seaboard and will make a call for 80,nno volun teers to he recruited out cf the State militia. Governor Stueneuherg has offered an Idaho regiment. Spain will tight. 'File Cories will support the ministry in war. Below are the LATEST nULI.KTINS Madrid, Spain, April, 21. Ultimatum was received from the United Stales this morning in English. The Spanish government immediately broke relations witli the United States. Minister Woodford was handed his t j I Just a Little Brush I With Spain. ] . We have a fine line of Brushes just received— ^ Hair Brushes, Clothes Brushes and Brushes of all *5 sorts. We invite your attention to our west window. J Dnit « Butler, Druggists. telephone Do. is. passports before lie could present the note. Woodford leaves Spain this afternoon. Spain's action Is considered virtually u declaration of war. Hostilities may begin immediately. Washington, D. C., Apul 21. W nod ford cables the President lie 1 lias received Ills i assporl and diplo- 1 matte relations are at an end. It is officially given out that the j ultimatum gives Spain until noon Sat urday to evacuate Cuba. FLEETS SAIL. Washington, D. C., April 21. It Inis heen learned tliut the Kpaui.sh, fleet sailed from Cape Verde Islands yesterday, destination unknown. The plans formed by («en. U. S. tirant years ago for tin- invasion of Cuba will lie followed by tlie war department. WAR HAS RECil'X . 'Flic North Atluutu- squadron lias sailed from Key West and will imme diately blockade Havana. a Chris Weisgerlier returned Thursday from Iiis visit to Portland and Walla Walla. He made careful observations on the i|Ue-tion of street improvement. He is thoroughly convinced that Hie plan f ir Lewiston to adopt is tlie plan Used so successfully in Walla Walla. Tlie plan ill the main is the use of 4 crushed rock and gravel ii|k>ii a road bed prepared by grading and the whole made com pact by tlie use of a heavy steam roller. He will present detailed plans at tin* next meeting of the council. Tlie steamer Lewiston is now mak ing daily trips to Lapwai, bringing out tlie wheat that is stored there. This can lie done easier during tlie present ^ stage oi water. During tlie days that's the Ahnoia is here tlie cargo of the Le w ist on will i>e transferred, but on : * other days it will lie stored in tlie ^ warehouse. The boat is bringing down 2 )i Ht sacks for a load and will l** [employed more than a week in mak iug tlie transfer. S. K. Noel has retired from the L wistou Milling company aud will in all probability form another com pany and erect another mill in this city. Work in the Supreme Court. I Tlie supreme court bas been in ses sion Monday on the work of ilie April term. The record in most of tin- pro ceedings shows that they were argued, submitted and taken under advise ment. Tlie deeisions will not lie handed down until tlie court returns to Boise. Some of the work in detail is giyen below. In tlie case of I,. A. Wallace vs A. D. McKinley a case involving an ac tion on foteclosure tlie reuse was argued 011 a motion to dismiss and tlie court decided favorably to the motion. A writ of review was den ied in the Cœur 'dAleue Railway Company vs. W. L. Spalding and Willis Sweet. In tlie matter of Joseph Morugue his attorney .1. W. Reid was heard upon a writ of habeas corpus and tlie matter taken under advisement. In Lewiston National Hank vs t'ar rie M. Tafft and others, Jas. H. Habb. attorney for tlie Hank, moved that tlie up|H'!it taken by Ja . W. Reid as attor ney for Carrie M. Taffy and Mary E. Osborne be dismissed. Tlie court an nounced their decision Wednesday, sustaining tlie motion. This esse is from Idaho county aud lias been in court a long time. This is tlie third appeal taken by the attorney for Mrs. 'Fallt and Mrs. Osborn, which lias been dismissed. Tlie visiting attorneys having busi ness before the court tills week were W. B. Heyburn, A. K. Gallagher, J R. McBride and E. McDi u tld, of Sno kane, W. W. Woods and C. W. Beale, of Wallace, H. E. Samuels, of Coeur 'dAlene, Edwin Mcllee and Citai. L. t Heitman, of Rathdrum, Attorney j General McFarland, of Boise, and I. N. Smith, J. H. Forney, Willis Sweet, I G W. Goode, H. M. Denning, Clnv Me Nitmee, Warren 'Fruit, E. C. Steele land G. G. Pickett, of Moscow. 1 1 j Judge Piper lias announced his de cision in tlie ease of Ely A Volker, Dry Goods Co., of St Louis vs H M. Jorgens and Studelmker Bros. Mfg. Co vs Jorgens & Martin in favor of Hie plaiiititt'in euch case. They were tried at tile last term of court.. J unes E. Babb represented tlie plainlilis and Jas. W. Reid tlie defendants. Tlie Jno. Sliantz delivery ream made a lively runaway yesterday morning. In a short run of about a block limy took out tlie pori'ii in front of A. iJin nard's residence and hung tin* wagon on tlie hind wheel of a load id' lumber in front of the Palace saloon . A broken tug and a broken wagon tongue is the extent of tin* damages to I lie rig. Tlie matinee rteilul given bv Mi-s Turner and pupil* hist Saturday at Odd Fellows H ill was eon-i ered b\ all present tile most delightful pTugraiii ever given in Lewiston. Every num ber on tlie program was well received.' File musicale merits tlie big!...... iiieiutalion given it by those present . They » Have * Arrived! ;VÀ '7 • V'J V "Ir I.V.VYfj/ Car load of the old reliable Studebaker vehicles, such as wagons, carriages» K buggies, hacks, etc. Warrantee for one year given with every vehicle sold» | subject to scheduled capacity, as per catalogue. F Wm. Haever nicke, Lewiston. • w y W W **<$****<$'<$> j And they ought to «Ç» know, because they *$» are always tasting and testing all the good things the mark etsafford. Well,they say, "that our coffee is just exactly what coffee ought to be— of great strength, fine flavor, exquisite aroma, and way down in price." J. M. Fix. Agent for Chase & Sanborn's importa tions, "Seal Brand" Coffees and "Buffalo Chop" Teas. w» Paints - - - Prepare now for the Spring Campaign. See our new car load of paints just in. C. C. BUNNELL. 'Fo-uight at Hie Odd Fellows Hall a dance will be given by the manage ment aw a lienefH in Prof. Moore. A special musical program will b» given in addition to the dance, under tlie direction of Miss Turner. Tickets in cluding both (lie dance and tlie musi cal $1.00. *♦******-*******+***♦♦* «*ÿt******ÿÿ*r****+'«4 Just Arrived Two Carloads of Wagons, Hacks And Buggies. Cash H'dware Store «t*******»************»***»*#*********»***»*****»#»« \ Have You | A Wife____ Then the proper thing is to buy her nice Wall Paper for her parlor and sit ting room. We Have A Hundred.. different varieties and over, to select from. We can please everybody in price, designs aud colar ings. The Book Store. Prof. W. Orion Band and Orchestra Leader Lessons given on Violin. Cor net and Harmony.