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æsMi&ü Houses, Lots and Lands fur sale loo* ■ 1 • Farms, Ranches, Fruit and lŒX?! i Vineland. Choice gold propositions, located in th, p' ' l,K staU -' s of Washington and Idaho. and Florence Mining K ,?' MuSsds ' 1 ' 11 ' Elk City, Dixie Investments made for capitalists and . The locating of Ne/ Perce Reservation n i'/r ° n a PP rov ed properties of real" merit. Official-and notarial business u.ais u t-- 1 r " 11 sctt ' crs promptly attended to. and acknowledgments taken ^ 011 ' cy ances, deeds and mortgages made j Insurance on city and farm property written Correspondence solicited. Address-— J.N. STACY & CO., Lewiston National Bank Building.! LEWISTON, IDAHO. sky, t »öd holds (tn MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN. IRehoM, hove gathered toga titer our haüleslups near and at n ■ I Their (leeks they are cleared for action, tin ir guns thev are ,i. 1 r , I From the Erst to the West there is hurry; in the Sortit and the a fl'. , I Ofbtiumers in fort and shipyard and the elamur and , t a , g .,1 teel* I And the rush and war of engines, and clanking of derrick and craiie— iThou art weighed in the scales and found wauling, the buhinoe ,,t i l 8p.tia! 1 " ,l! ( I Behold, I have stood on the mountains, and this was writ in tin ■She is wei ylied in the scales and found wanting, tlm balam high!" |The balance II - once weighed liuhylon, tln> Mother of H , riots j n ■Onescale holds thy pride and power and empire, liegolteti ol sin llieavy with woe and torture, the crime* of a thousand years I.Mortared and welded together with tire and nioo,I a id ten ' llu the order for justice and merev, it blade with never a m dti lis laid tlie Sword of Liberty, and the balance clips, O Spain! ' I,summon thv vessels together; grettt is thy need for these! Ithrixtotial Colon Viseaya, Ocjuemlo and Maria Theivse. ■Letthem be strong and many, for a vision I had hv night, That the ancient wrongs thou hast done the wnrld eaine hnwlin- I ■fMin the New World shore« they gathered, I mu and A/, ee si dît Tithe Cuban shot but yesterday, and our own dead s. amen rq ' in : cleat ! liiumnn thy ships together, gather a mighly l! *i*t: for a strong young nation is arming that near hath kt.nwn Mnwon thy ship» together, there on thy blood-stained si,eh. ■Foraslmdowy army gatheis with manacled feet and hands ^shadowy host of sorrows and of shames, too black to te ; • ' fTbatreach with their terrible wounds for thee to diag tic,down 1 ■Myriad phamoms and specters, thou warrest against" n vain! tTIiou art weiglttd in the sea lea and fntiml wanting, the hularce Spain. —Madison Cawciu, in Louisville Courier-Journal - hell; of <; () A Truce to Politics. "There is ono truce that I want, pud that is a truce between the ilitieal parties of this country liutil we can settle otir account pith Spain." When Senator Gray made-this kpptal on the floor of the senate, MPointed out the cause and stim Wd up the character of the dis graceful scene that have been fituessed in both branches of con [fees since the Cuban resolutions lave been under discussion. 1 be outburst of partisan feeling jf the pe,pretrations of deliberate jtander have happily been confined a small number of the nation's -presentatives, but they have sut ced to mar the otherwise adntira p behavior of congress. mid the appeals of the patriotic, F pleas of the humane and the punsels of the wise—the glorious pices of the nation, inspired by r e highest impulses of Christianity H civilization—there has been c discordant note of the mere Plitieian. F he b ulled States is face to face I" a foreign toe; an unequal but P aad despotic power. We are to put an end to the atroci ■ s perpetrated by Spain in a ffboring island. Our cause, a J 1 righteous one on humane I u °ds, i.^ uiade sttotiger by 11 a pa imerests that no great nation I" afford to ignore The execu r 1 ® war must be directed by the f 1 en ^"~rite head of the goverti f® • the fin.il authority of the L- e Sl, cb a crisis, when the If** 8 of Royalty, the pride .»1 Buhn'*"' and the sense of justice putt ever - v American to give |t[ n<1Ua . lifi c'd support to the head I mit.uip j low veP y sma u scent I 0 Lica] differences of ihe peo . H °w undignified, untimely. r not,c and mischievous — ! aa.iestations of prejudice Who ar| r privileged to sneak replace*! la?H°*r the bailey, Lentz, Sill lirnic 1 111111 s ^ r *P e » who make l" 111 ba seless attacks upon J no . e ' C tut at '' uc h a time as this, rtprese "t the people. They ^ e tl*e deplorable accidents j ke*»ot popular government. CCiUr se of President McKinley Norn" mate th» c * « r \ • , r I t the period of fits offi service , , , *ve, and or the Page** j ^ --- if his assail kvc ' d what they say, their . 1 ; practice of flaunting' their char; j before the wot Id, and especially j the face of a foreign enemy, - totally devoid of stat -mausliip. Kansas City Journal. » - Why This Thusness. Whether the seU.ement ot the Ilattabaugh case reflects any credit of the state administration an» ! the evervescent coroner of Latah county , ture. Some months since a judo ment was rendered against Mi Hattabatigh and the bondsmen for and when execution was issued and placed in the hands of the coroner of Latah county he levied on some real estate and sold it for, lacking about $7 of enough to pay the cost is a question that the combination will have to answer for in the fu ____ . .. as settled up the percentage j of the assets realized l >r the benefit i of the state account amounted to about $250' account amounted to which was held fur j the purpose ol assisting in the final j settlement. This amount the com- _ mission appointed to settle and the' the amount of the deficiency „ ...... „„ ; When the Commercial bank bti^i- ! gn at coroner of Latah county failed todiscover, although the bus iness of the batik was a public mat ter. Had this same settlement been tn tile by republican officials the howl about corruption that would have went uij would have aroused the entire state. Great in deed is the element of refont. — Mos cow Minor j I A Neat Balance. In the t-ig present Tars ft lit months of tlte law the balance of trade in our fav >r is in round num bers font lanidre i and twenty mil lion dollars, a gain of one hundred and seven millions over the .vim period under the WiLon bill, and, what 1- best of all, our exports are continually increa-iug i t .-pite of the fact tit t we are spending mil lions tor hot »j pr aiiict- w.tich for merly were purchased abroad.— Tacoma "Le Iger. , Can Use tin Timber An order has jusl bv the general land will permit sett lands and other t ■ j I I , . upon puone who have , • » I timber farms for I not a sufficient sitpp»> , . , ■ on their own claims o. ------- — ---. use thereon for domestic purpo.-cs ; and who are unable to procure the j . needed timber from private lands, | or Iront public lands under other authority ot law, to secure Iront ; tiblie lands timber to supply their immediate and pressing wants. i lie act applies only to imn-mineral and unreserved lands in the states of Colorado, Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, \\ yoming, Nevada, Utah and the territories of Arizona and New Mexico. Railroad Engineer Joins the Long List of Patients Cured by Dr. Darrin. Spokane Wash, Mit Epitok Dear Sir: 1 hold it to be a duty us well as n pleasure to make through the press th. it which of all other tilings is most essential, viz: the way to cure pahs and sickness. I was con fined to mv home with sciatic rheumatism, kidney trouble, ............... the neck of the bladder and gene:al indisposition. | ■I'mild not sleep more than an hour a' a time. All means I tried nroved tin- j availing. I was prompted to visit Dr. Danin through the advice of my friends who had been cured by him. though I must say 1 It id little faith that electricity would cure me. I came to the doctor on crutches. Two week's treatment has cured me, so F have thrown away my crutches, mid ,„y ,,thcr complaints have all dis jappe ired, so 1 can take command of IU V engine. Hsys. The above, well known nhysicati will visit Lewiston, May 17 th and feinain about two months, with nftlce at the residence of Mrs. ttont. < i.osteen joiiK, St. The afflicted of this vicinity should not lose the opi o, ttimt.y of House for Rent or Sale. ___ Large modern lou-c. Lot Inn by ^jo çu Main street. impure of James h. ILdih, Lewiston National Dank bui!din„ eoii-.uliiiig this eminent s|ieei:t!i>t. Real Estate for Sale. Etti|tiire the res ih-nce ot Lot Wig gin I'nsfoHIce Itnx, II:;. _ y , T> 1_ 11 JOSCPIl " KOullCtt, Proprietor of Dairy No. 1. Parties wanting Milk or j Cream can obtain the same by leaving orders with C. W. I Robnett,at Lewiston Nati»mal , Bank. iMcLILLEY, Bay Stallion, 16 hands high; foaled August 17,1390, at Zedalia Stock Farm, Georgetown, Kentucky. Sired by Bonnie McGregor, 3778, 1 Record 2:13 . Mei.iliev 14 s<* »-», is a hands utn* dark ■ bay st uliion, «tf liigtt form, line style j and finish, tie.tutiful head and nei-k, m ine ami tail, clean limlis, pare galled I and intimai trotter, und eau t r »t fast. 11 carries tin* liloo I of some of the I grealest race horses ihe world has ever known, lit- sire. Bombe MeOiegor 2:i;i ; to liigh wheel sutkey has not inly tI'll'ted fast hill together ti ll the entire Meliregor family have -hewn their ability m sire trotter, und hreed on. McLllley will make The Season of 1S*)S u! the Vineland I! ice Track. Service f,»es. $27 for the season, with u-utd re turn i*rivi !»*.;$*?< or money lvniriuMi ut my option, it mures *lo not prove in ft ',. Sing e serv.ee, H à. I «,|| U s* a I precautions to avoid accidents, (,u> , ,, . » — will not be responsible shonid anv oc ; ,. Ir ( ',, ni e and s •<* f.,r ynmvclf. .'*r f j any information, a hire- | l'! s : Lewiston, Idaho. ' j _____ The Owl Salmon, J. M. Brown, Proprietor. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars Mi\eti Drinks. First Class Accommodations. Pool Rooms. Billiard Rooms. ( Club Rooms. j Cm net of Fourth und D. Lewiston, Idaho. S reels i | j I E. TEXIER, THE PIONEER GROCER. ityi A full line of select 6» family Groceries, r Fruits and vegetables ? in season. Good value £ for your money, g, Prompt deliver}'. K r Main Street, between 2 nd and 3 rd. Elegant Stock Carefully Selected .5 In buying for the table you do not. care to take chances on cheap articles. Herelsa partial list el I he best on the market. Nuts We haven't a nut of any variety that is not fresh stock, and the prices arc as low as the ijtiality is high. Raisins tin Lewiston doesn't eontain oi 1 nu I to nur raisins. Tney're m comiiarahle in imee, too, from our common cooking raisins at. « cents per pound. 1.0 our Import ed Su It mi nils ill en cent per II». Dried Fruits— A glance at our line ot dried flints will convince you that you can't do I letter. Apples, pears, prunes, tigs, citron The Place— Don't make any mistake when you start for supplies. Che Ecwiston BdKcry § Grocery. S. Wilden! haler, Proprietor. i'elephone No 28 . of i Nothing like it! I That i-i win -ays about, the > .'ervh.'dv WEÏSGERBER BEER __n Strictly a first class arli and absolutely pun* ( lit* Imd m k'-g or bot t le. 1 4 < ,jThe California Brewery. ^ Ar 'V r * 5 * ^'V 'v vjk, Palace - Saloon. Celebrated Whiskies— J. If. < 'ut ter, McBrler mu) Stonewall, Mil. Liiptorj* ami wines for medieinal pur po-es. 1* Boos, Proprietor. kcui Lstate llar;;am.. For the next thirty days. Lots in Oxford Addition wilt l«* s i j j,( tin low priee of ÿ2à to 81 (»(|, will 11 on in shdment plan or will allow per (•(■(,( for cash, A supply of wilier on tit,, »ground. IL K. Baknkit. Real Estate. Agent. Campbell's Addition to Lewiston. Tin- property consists of 18 lots, -j/, ( . ôoxl'ul. :t good ('iw resitlt nee with other improvements which have cost slöi«: ami i- for sale at the very low price of s-non Mi t'.tinphc!! i- residing on Hit* properly, and will take pleasure of show mg i!. 11 . K. Bahn irrt', Le d Estate Agent at«j( i Parcels. TJkAJt Jél 9 I 1 Hit.* ft .y ObUf'l :» rs an* *Mjui|i|i lemiifijr tin* fi I * r* » \ i t ! i » » p|fM tv who I : I ■■ i I g H 2x 1 AH Burlington R, and reellnlng-chair e with pare»*! racks ex I* Hath of tlte car, and of room for one'* v.-tli and u\ihrell i < llli\ tllo-c If ,| lut, exp tienecd the ai.novanct* to keep titeir hclongiugs 1.....ket. such as you lind in nine ears out of !eu, can hilly realize the -up. r I'wity of tic* Bm hiroon Hrruiigctj,,-nt. Oinalia, t 'hi»*ago, St. Louis. Kansas Uitv—A1.1,point- east and soutli, fin»*.* r»»ut» s I* tsi —vi.a Billings, Denver, and St. Paul. A. B. Jackson, T. P. A., ' Jamieson Ihii'.ding, Spokane, Wash D" <• W. SHAM . Si Or g eon. Dili e Rooms, Vollmer RuiMing. Hours- Eye, Ear ami Throat, jo to 12 m. All oilier cases, 1 to 3 p. m. J. A. MOFFETI', M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Ollice and residence in the Donley huilihng, «itjoinlng J. W. Reid's otthè. I jt*\> i ton. Mahn, K. W. STEVKNS, M. 1 >. Physician - and - Surgeon. Ollh-o in Adams Buildiqg. Phone 13 L. F. INMAN, M. 1 )., Homoeopathic Physician And S|ieclali8t. Otllee two doors east of Hee Hive. Of Ih'c hours morning » to 12; afternoon 2 to 5 evening 7 to 8. K|ieciallie8—Catarrh timl till nervous amt eh roule diseuses of both men and women. Diseases of children given special attention. Coun try and city calls given prompt atten tion. a A. ROBERTSON, Dentist. Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed. Office up stairs, two doors east of Bee Hive, Lewiston, Idaho. Dk. J. F. ATKINSON. DENTIST. Fitst class work at reasonable prices. JAMES E. BABB, Attorney at Law. Lewiston National Rank tmit.ling, l.rwlMon luaho. Tract ices in Slate ft ml Fetltral Cum Is ol W'ashini'toii and Idaho, and owns complete* Abstract Books of Nez Perce Co. E. O'NEILL, Attorney at Law and No tary Public. All Business carefully attended to Will pme Hce in all courts of Washington and Idaho. Of net* on Main street. Ltwiuon, opposite IliinnelTs Store. JAMES W. KEID Attorney at Law Lkwiston, - - Inaiio I'taclicrs in ihc State amt Koleral Court, l(l«h(jan.t Waoltimtlon. Otficr. neat .loot to U-i Odd Fellows building. GEORGE W. TaNNAHILL, Attorney at Late. *1«' iniittcrs und settlement of can full V a maided to. w ., at ot Le wish)» N ulioual Rank. THOMAS MULLEN, Attorney at Law. Legal business of »II kinds given prompt attention. Lewiston National Bank building, next door to U. 8. Lund Office, /F Daiiford. A T II. F'. Hurleigh. DAN FORD A- BURLEIGH Attorneys at Law. Lewiston, Idaho, Bract ii v in all H'ate and Federal ( lour Is Golden Gate —AND— Gold Bar Mining Companies Room 2, Lewiston National Building Lewiston, Idaho. —Capitalization— 'hic Million Shares each. Pur vhIuc O ne Dollar. j Mini slmn-H Four hundred Ilium treiiMiiy h'ock Property situated on Or»» Finn ami French Creeks, Pierce City Mining District, Idaho. Golden Gat»* ote vein 4 f*a?t free milling gold .,uartz; assays front $11 to $U* 4.27 |s*r ton. bord Bnr 28 inch vein; assay frnm $31.22 to $ 172.28 per ton. Both ledges are I »eilig worked am! ore l»*ing put on dump for milling. Pricey. er share Dec. 20 th— Gohlen Gate I 3 cts; Gold Bur 4 '.ets. 8h«*k itoii-asscssalile. A ! 1 ,,r <lers aildiessed to J. N. STACY, President, Lewiston, Idaho. The surveyor's chain made if the shortest transcontinental route. It is I lie most modeln In etjuipuent. It Is the heaviest railed Hue. It lias a Rock-Ballast ltoarilied. 11 cros-es no Baud Deserts. It was built without laud graut or Ooverument old. Ills noted for the courtesy ol Its em ploye»*. * It is t he only line serving meals on the u la Carte plan. Through the grandest aoeuery in America by daylight. Attractive tours during season of nav igation on Great Lakes via Duluth, In connection with Magnificent Passen ger steamers Northwest and Northland For maps, tickets and full informa tion call ou or address or O. R. A N. agents, or C- 0- DIXON, Gen- Agent Jamison Block, corner Riverside and Mill 8ts., Spokane. Wash. F. J. Whitney, G. P. T. A., Bt. Paul MhuieHota. RAILWAY. Elegant Tourist Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars. Sleeping Cars. St. Paul, Minneapolis Duluth Fargo 1 Grand Forks Crookston Winnipeg Helena and Butte. THROUGH - TICKETS TO Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New York Boston and all Points Fast and South. cards, write For inlormation, time maps and tickets, call on or John P. Vollmer, Agent. —os— A. D. Chaklton, Asst. Cen'l Pass. Agent, *55 Morrison St., Portland, Oregon ., , *8 K} TO THE EAST Gives the oholM of Two Transcontinental ROUTES Great Oregon North'n Ry Short Line VIA VIA SPOKANE SALTLAKE M1NNEA POLIS DENVER ST. PAUL OMAHA AND AND j CHICAGO KANSAS CITY OCEAN STEAMERS Oregon, Geo. W. Elder AND City of Topeka. Leave Portland every Five Days for Alaska Points. Oeea n •steamers leave Port I silt! every Four Days for SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers monthly from Portland to Yokolioma and Hong Kong in <*on. neetion with O. It. & X. For full information <*all on W. A Austin, O. R. A N. Agent, I^ewl iston, or address: W. H. HURLBURT, Ass t Gcn'l Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon D<><lwelt, Curhll & Co. Gen'l Ag'ts Northern Pacific 8. 8. Co. Portland, Oregon. Passenger steamers leave Lewiston «•veiy day, except Friday, at 6 a. m. Leave Riparia, on arrival of Portland traiu at aiidnl(ht, every day except Saturday.