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volume 22 . LEWISTON. IDAHO. APRIL 29. 1898. NUMBER 32. Bombardment Has Begun. > Our knowledge of| dispensing is compre liensive and complete. I \Ve ve studied it in all its branches. We make it our specialty, If your clearest friend on earth The ©wl Drug Store. Ray & Qsmers, Chemists and Pharmacists. I MAY BASKETS ^ | I Will You Hang May Baskets this Year? 3 r ^ y°« 1° observe this beautiful old-time eus- ^ I torn, we have arranged May Baskets, filled with ^ ^ flowers, to be used for the occasion. 3 I THE BAZAAR. 3 71 MiiUiUiUUiiliUiUiiUlUU»hUiUUiUilUlUUilUUiUilUUK T iMeifs Clothing .... One of the most important bargains for to-day and tomorrow, will be our special in Men's suits. Choice of our $8.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $13.50 suits for $7.65. I 0 . A. Kjos.+ i* Columbia and Hartford Bicycles $35.00 up. *|* t •§• *t >l f**t**fMf* , f**§**§** § '*§**f** 1 ** 1 * I^ne. John A. Brown. John Green. ■^rzTc^eio,, I at Law. Lewiston, Iilnlio. State and Federal Courts Lewiston's Largest Store. This Week we offer 3000 yards Standard Prints for 2 Me per yard. New Elegant Line of Men's and Boy s Straw Hats and Golt Caps. °ur $3.00 "Culpepper" Stiff Hats and "Kings bury" Fedoras are the latest made colors black, brown, green. Sold everywhere Our New Mattings and Carpets Coming. Jno. P. Vollmer & Co. ß uy the "Monarch" Bicycle and keep in front— Ladies or Gents $35.00. is seriously ill, you want to be absolutely sure that the p, esiri|>, io„ for him is care f„llv ! prepared,and pure dn, KS used We personally Rllaran tee this irln n u e dTspense your prescriptions Ii. L. STROMj I u NDERTAKER, And Embalmer. -- Havana Shut m by the North Atlan tic Squadron. American Vessels Capture 13 Rich Prizes. Lewiston's Patriotism. Large Mass Meeting Saturday Night. B Drilling Twice a Day, Awaiting the Call. Co The blockade of Havana is complete. The gnus of Morro Castle opened tire on the tleet Tuesday tint did no «Inin a^e. Wednesday tlie tleet tired noon •Matan/as witii some damage to their fortifications and probable loss of life. Tlie return lire did no damage to the Meet. All regular troops are moving to reach the rendezvous at Chicamaiiga. Two light batteries of artillery were rushed from there to Tampa, Florida, yesterday, presumably for shipment to Cuba to co-operate with the insurgents Japan sides with America against Spain and Portugal has detinitely an nounced lier neutrality. Tills cuts Spain off from all important bases of supplies. The Spanish Heels are still at Cape Verde Islauds and at the Philippines. Admiral Dewey lias sailed witii the American Astatic squadron from Hong Kong to attack the fleet in the Pliiloppiues. The foregoing is a summary of the latest bulletins. The most important one of yesterday was the following from Washington dated the27tb: The New York, Puritan and Citicin natti bomdarded Matauzes I his alter, noon. The bombardment began at 12:45 and lasted till 1:1-5. No causal ties on American side. Créât «lamage and probable loss of Hie to the Span iards. The fleet tired 3U0 shots, blew up the earthworks and destroyed the batteries recently planted. Forts re I I j ! I j i ! j ! I j j I f Brief I But I Expressive Ice cold— Good as gold— Cherry Ripe— The story's told „4 Smack-your-lips soda at our fountain. Served just right. 5 cents a glass. Come. * # * * * * turned tlie tire but shots fell short or whizzed over. Ffeet having located 1 all batteries returned to Havana. l.KWISTON'S HATKIOTISM . j rhe war spirit had reached such n j point of ebullition Saturday Unit a> public meeting was necessary to give' vent to tin* fervor of patriotism. A rati float ion meeting was called at (lie! court iiouse for 7 p. in. Tlie militia wereoutiu force, tlie military band lead tlie procession and members of tlie G. A. R. and several «'«infederacy vetera.is and many students and elti- j zens joined in I he parade to the «siurt house, I>nt that large audience room could not hold the liutidre«ls who 1 came together stirreil by tlie common ; impulse of national feeling. Judge J. W. Poe présidial ut tlie j meeting ami stirring s|ieeches were j made inters|ier.-en by martial ami na- ; tionnl airs played by tlie hand. Hu-' picnic Judges Sullivan and Quarels, Cols. I.ane and Dan ford. J. N. Stacy and Jas. \V. Reid were tlie stieaktrsol the evening. Miss Clare Morris recited a patrio«ic poem "A Call to Arms" which added to tlie enthusiasm of tlie occasion. Company R received orders to h«»ld itself in readiness to furnish thirty-Hve of its best men lo fill up the slate quoto. Dr. Hliaff, as medical examiner, \ has examined all members and the officers have called for the names of those willing to volunteer. The boys 1 have been drilling twice a day and are eager to be called lo tlie frout. Below is tlie roster of tlie company with recent recruits: , Captain, L. D. Shattner; 1st 'deuten ant, vacancy; 2nd lieutenant, J.O. Barbour; 1st sergeant, E. O. Martinson; sergeants, B. S'ainton, \V. KiUsmiller, Phillipi, Gertier; corporals, F. R«s>s, J. Wiggin, Wurdweli, Mathison; Trumpteers, Cook, Merta; privates, A. H. Alford, Allard, Barnbou«e, Brown, Blue, Beyers, Child, Chap man, Dodson, Dill, \V. For-smau, Feuderson, E. M. Harrington, I, Harrington J., Harris J. F., Harris iJ. I.., H truaday, Kalousc, Knigiy, I Little, Lindsay, Langer, Mallory, 'Manning, Masters, Strong, Scott, I Kiainton \V. t Winger, William«, War j /.cd n, Wassern, Weisgerner. Recruits, OUI, Barth», Ci lies, Cro )ker, (lonimn, Kohel, Oswald, R'ist« - ! lueyer, Robinson, Watson, THE HHAVK VObf NTKKUS. I Relow are the namenj of ilios«» who j signed to go to the front after taking i the examination: ! Scott, Crites, Rustemcyer, Robinson. Gorman, Dr. (Jill. Crocker, Oswell, j Barton, Kobel, Nance, D. Pelke.v, Hutcheson I., Matlieson, .1 Wiggin, R. Stain ton, K. Martinson, W. Kilts ! miller, F. Roos Jr., J. Harrington, I Masters, Jtio. Lacy. j Bonds for a Brick Building. At an adjourned session of the school board held Hatuitlny «fternoon, tlie l m turd decided to r«*consider ils | ropo sition to bord for building a frame building. They will how call for u vote on the proposition to erect a lirick structure, a two story building, four rooms in each story, size of rooms, 30x30 feet, with stone basement. The sum to be expendeil is not to exceed $15,000. The need tor addithiiml room for school purposes is imperative. Tlie work tliis year has been hindered by such need and the growth of the city is such as to make the present facili ties wholly inadequate. As tlie re has j been a favorable expression given by many of tlie tax-payers showing pref I erence (or a brick building, even at nil additional cost the hoard has modified the first proposition. The election for voting tlie bonds will he held May 14. Dr. E.G. Brown return«*! t.i Lewis ton this week from .San Francisco, where lie has been very busy attend ing the different hospitals for the last two months and also investigating Dr. Herschfelder's new cure for consump tion. Nuff Sed! Dent * Butler, Druggists telephone no. is. Moragne at Liberty. 1 j j make any showing that Before llie supreme court adjourned last w«>ek Justice Quarles delivered the opinion of the court in deciding on the writ «if habeas corpus brought by Jus. \V. Reid attorney for tint defendant. Moragne was discharged ffom custody under bond in the sum of fclnuu to an swer toanv indict ment that may in the future be liiuuu against him. Th«' flndiugof the opinion was based on tlie fact that the district attorney did not he liai) any additional testimony tending to show tlie guilt of the accused that could or would be presented to another grand jury. There is no showing ol improper conduct on tlie part of the grand jury whose action "seems to have been full fair and tree from interference.'' . ... .. ^ ^ ^ . ^ 5 4 4 ^ AAAAAJt They * Have * Arrived A! .,,-V ... ivAiÄü *< t* jwr JV.s e er V -- * Car load of the old reliable Studebaker vehicles, such as wagons, carriages, buggie-S hacks, etc. Warrantee for one year given with every vehicle sold, subject to scheduled capacity, as per catalogue. Wm. Haevernicke, Lewiston. VyTVVVVVT VT WVf vv VWVWTVWVVVVVVVV V W 5 t x..e ..... . $|, els Aifd they ought to «$*j low. because tliov eTe know, because they are always tasting and testing all the good things the mark w* et* safford. Well, they «$» say, "that our coffee f$* is just exactly what «$* coffee ought to he— rj(* of great strength, !» tine flavor, exquisite d I» aroma, and way down in price." J. M. Fix. Agent for Chase & Sanborn's importa tions, "Seal Brand" Coffees and "Buffalo Chop" Teas. The Wickless Blue Flame. Call and examine the latest improve ment in the celebrated Blue Flame Oil Stove. It is the most economical and cleanest and safest oil stove on the market today. C. C. BUNNELL ■AAAAAAA AAA AO AAA . In the cas«* ol the Lewiston National Bnuk vs Carrie M. Tefl't the motion of «lefen.lant at last term of court in Idaho county to set aside the sale of 320 acte» of I uni has baeit denied by Judge Pilier, .las. \V. Reid represented the defendant and J as. E. Itabb tlie plaintiff. Gar HODGE - Load HEADERS Coming. Cash H'dware Store t*********************************************** Docs it j| Suit You? I «*> • I Is your ink just as good as you wish? We have au extra large bottle of good ink at 5c the bottle. This ink is for the ladies, as the}- wish it to be black when first written. We also have the writing fluid that flows readily in fountain pens—ink that d oes not thicken. Think of what iuk should be and come to us and see if you cannot find it here. The Book Prof. W. Orion Band and Orchestra Leader Lessons given on Violin. Cor net and Harmony.