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Hand Made Team Harness. Saddles, Pack-Sad dles, Bridles, Hobbles, Whips, Sweat-Pads. Tents. < J. S. Cox Outfitting Co. > Oj>p*«-ite Raymond Hi'ii.-f. ~ r l,K\V I- 11>\ I U N I A I. I'.Mil.OH '|' I) Barton I tiirniil ye Ir.>m l'ortlui.d Bo'-k lifi-i mi tup :il W.i < '*ish talk- ut lin- I . 'M ii .-i n (i TV il in levai Shel lll.lll Mix, I 'f Mn-' I • the eity ve-terilay. .his. K. Hill'll Is in .M •-<■ 'i I nisi news. The suniniei i-mi Uni h * I rug stores o|H'iieit ttie siiitn water-ea-oh yesterday — t'nsh [mhl for , 1111 lininl goods id liremer A- t Miner's Fruit Neetai, a new flavor, try it At the Owl Ding store . The Ow I I lillg Store, the coolest I'lnee to take a soda in the eity. (P. Coburn was down froni liis raneli over Sunday. It. iV N Saloon —('lain Neetar at <> every day. I'rofessor and Mrs. .1 Tuesday for Brooklyn. Ii. Moore lefi —For a su I il ire meal go to the restaurant on Main street. I loyal I. C. Hutlnbuugh is in town looking U|i |ims|ieetive sales in the muehinery line. Cudahy's (Vletirated Ilex tiraud of hums and haeon at Wildenthaler's Felix Warren was down from tlie mountain on business the tlrst of the week. For traiik: New goods tor second liund at llreuier A Co's. .1. T. Oi bison. of Ne/. Perce, was in (lie city Inlying a large in volts* of goods Monday. Howard Howe is employed this week In F. W. Fetten baeli'a insurance office. When in douht where to gc the Royal Restaurant. dine at For Hale Cheap.—500 feet new hydraulic pt|>e, joint and deflector. Address Lewiston Kmploymeut Ag'cy. Prof. Knox, phrenologist, is lectur ing this week every eveniug at tile O. A. K. hall. A. J. Payne und Ramsey Walker, of Kendrick, wera in the city yesterday —You bathe in porcelain tulis (hint's Basement Burlier Shop. at on business. — Hold Medal Tea, the choicest blend •ii (lie market, at Wildenthaler's. MLs Lulu Stowe, niece of Mrs C. A. Hastings, arrived this week from Bus ton to spend the summer. — Old Private Stock Whiskey foi I-unity use at the O. It. A N. Saloon. The Steamer Lewiston lloats a Cuban ll ig together with the stars and stripi-s at Hie isiw of tin* vessel this week. — We will exchange wagons, harness or furniture for second Intud goods, Bremer A ( 'o .las. Lyilou is in charge of Hostings A Co's store while the pronrletor is engaged In the militia. Don't overlook I lie Novelty Works il you need any light repairing. (lovernor Steuneiilierg has issued a proclamation calling upon the obser veiiee of May ti as Artsir Day. —Try the Royal restaurant, the liest short order house hi the eilv. The presses and other machinery of the Tribune's new plant are lieing out Into Hie new Voliuicr brick this week —Try the famous White Hou-e Java and Mocha Cofiee, at the Russel Cash Groceiy. Nothing finer iu the U. 8. Don't Pail to Attend Our First Special Bargain Sale Tomorrow, Saturday, April 30th. The Fair The Place to Save Money. See Posters. J|AjgjAMUjmDmAa < j , i j I I i I I I j — Ovoistivked u it Ii baby carriages nl Ur .mer .i Co'». -uli-ruption iriiuraiiteed t>> nil those ilniiil Jit tlie I loyal Restaurant. I'. ( «rune representing The Rru.l- -Ireet l 'uni piuiv Inis lieen liu-y among I lie I usiijess men this week eolleeting iluln for llii agency. — I I en In anil Swiss cheeses :i new invoiee this week at Wildentlialer's. Frank push received the sad intelli- gence Tuesday that Ills father Imd died Monday nitthl at LaGrunde, Oregon. He left oil Wednesday's hont for his old home. — If y. ii desire to keep your real es tate li-t it any old place. It you want to sell go |o Beeper A Hnrnaday. .1. <'. .lunes and w ife, the parents of Mrs. F T. Mat lies, who have been visiting lt*|re for some months will leave for their home in Witehita, Kansas, Tuesday morning. —The O. H. & X. Saloon carries all I lie (Mipular brands of whiskey. —Wildenthalers, headquarters' for all kinds of Schilling's liest goiHis. /. McCall came to the city Tuesday to the advertising for bids for a new bridge eve!' the Potlatch above Julia et ta to replace the one carried out by the early spring treshet. the O. —Cyrus Not de Whiskey at II. A N. Saloon. — New jacket pisil table, only one in town at the O. H. A X. Saloon. ; orders J. B. West and family arrived in the i lly lust evening. They will be J domiciled in the Kelly property on i Main street, near Kugene. He will ! assume bis duties at the land office j today. I —Wildenthaler delivers fresh bread twice a day all over the city. Leave with the delivery man groceries. tor —The Book Store takes subscriptions for all papers and magazines. S. K. Noel and family 1. ft Tuesday for a month's visit with relatives iu the cist. Tneir first objective point is Boston and they will visit in Phila delphia and Baltimore before return • tig. —Fish, Dried Herring, Smoked Halibut., Salt Mackerel and Cod fish and Pickled Holland Herring at Rus sol Cosh Grocery. C. W. Allard left for Spokane Wed nesday to tiring the teams, wagons and household goods of Mr. Fuller's overland to Lewiston. Mr. Fuller is now located iu Vineland hat will live temporarily in Asotin. Law ranee Sweet, the 8-year-old sm of A. C. Sweet sustained a compound fracture of the arm Monduy. He is now under the care of Dr. Inman who reduced the fracture and reports the patient improving and doing well. Fun ltKNT-s-ino acres of good fanning land lit miles troni Kendrick on Texas llidge. Man with laiiiilv preferred. Enquire of (1. H. Sweeney, Walla Walla, Wash. i Prof. Moore's lienefll tiall given hist Friday niglit was largely uttended and a decided social success. Kverycue present s|s<aks highly of the musical part of the program given under the direction ot Miss Turner. The benefit netted $s">. A match race for $10" a side has been arranged for May T, between Del Foun tain's gray filly and ,luo. Barton's filly Aurora H. Both are promising three year oltjs and will run at catch weights. All lovers ot sport expect u lively and exciting brush between the thorough bred s. Tlie min! Ii d/e nt Woodman of the Wm Id will have two candidates for Monday niglit. One ot them is Ben Xiirnsieii., w ho, in honor of the occa sion w ill turnish the boys an e.abo'ate lundi t" tie served at tlie- tiall after the ettvinnny. .1. D. C-Thlessen has a force of is men at work at hi- -hearing pens on Hie bill lids week. Kacli man shear from ■'><) to lull sheep per day. Titele are Iii.ihi.i in the band to he -beared thi- spring, and the camp will tie a very hu-y one till the big joli is com pleted. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Lewiston Wate r A Power company held last week the following trustees were elected for the ensuing year: Charles Francis Adams, (J. St. L. Abbott, W. H. Bowker, K. Wheeler, Win. Wheeler, all of Boston, 10. H. Libby, of Lewiston and Geo. W. Bailey, ot Asotin. At the trustee's meeting following, these officers were elected: K. II. Libby, president; <i. St. L. Abbott, vice president; K. Wheeler, treasurer; (J. W. Bailey, secretary. Lectures at the G. A. R. Hall. Prof. Knox's lectures at U. A. H. Hall this week have lieen entertaining and instructive. He is an able expo nent of the science lie represents. Tonight Ins subject is "False Charity.'' Tomorrow niglit he lectures to men only, and tomorrow afternoon to the motheis on "How to Control the Child." Bridge Site Selected. ' I ; While ('hurles Francis Adams and i U. Öl. L. Abbott were here last week ' they made a careful inspection of the proposed bridge sites Ld expressed their preference for the site favored by ' the members of the eity council. This ! will virtuallv locate the liridge at tile : foot of Main street. Hie coiuimuy are now negotiating with the O. R. A N. j and with the government engineers ! concerning the elevation. This pre liminary done wltli and the permit granted by tlie war department they j are ready then to contract for the con- j struction of tlie bridge. Knights Volunteer. Col. Ed McCouville through Adj. Geo. E Erb wired Gov. Sleunenberg ' yesterday offering the services of a I regiment of Idaho l' iform Rack K. j of P. und urging ttiat lie give that or- * gauizutiou preference. Tlie governor . answered late last eveniug to this ! effect, "Cannot accept K.ofP. tender at present. Will call upon them later if possible.'' Tbe Lapwai Ball Club. Geo. Viles and Andrew Red Duek, two of tlie players of tlie Lapwai In dian team were in tlie city ttiis week looking up tlie prospects tor a game with Lewiston. They have arranged for n game with Moscow next Saturday. The Pullman team will play three games on the Lapwai grounds during the second week of May and tlie Lapwai cluli will play tlie return games at Pullman May 28, 20, 30. They have booked, three games in Spokane for the middle of June. The club is a strong one and has the following players: G. Viles, e; Thomp son, p; McCormick, 1st; Prof. Silas, 2nd; Rod Duck, 3rd; Penny, s s; Mor ris, r f; Lawyet, e f; McFarland, i f; and subs Miles, Red Wolf, Edward, Dllenwond and duet Phillip McFar land. John O'Donnell Drowned. .Inn. O'Donnell, a deck hand em ployed no the Steamer Lewiston, was accidentally drowned while the boat was lied up at tlie lauding Sunday night. About 11 p. in. the crew fin ished unloading the cargo of wheat brought from Lapwai amt O'Dunnell and another man were pulling in tlie gangplank. On reaching the outer edge of the deck O'Donnell stumbled and feel headlong into tlie river drag ging with him tlie man who was as sisting him to take iu tlie plunk. 1 lie latter caught in the rigging and was rescued by tlie men who rushed out with lanterns and boat honks, hut O'Donnell sank and was carried away by tlie dangerous uuder-curreiit of the of the s*ream. Tlie river was dragged all Monday afternoon without avail. Leland Notes Mrs- C. W Van Pelt lias been quite sica for the past week. Miss Kivu Edwards has been on tlie sick list for the lust week. Mr. B. M. Jacobs went to Moscow Friday, 'returning Sunday with his aister-in-law, Mrs. K. T. Jacobs. Mr. Robertson, Dr. Reese's brother in-law, is back from the reservation, hut forgot to bring the hear scalps. Leland lias quite a number of young Americans that seem willing to volun j teer to help clean out the Spaniards. Mr. Will Sigler bus tieeo appointed .1. P. for this praeinct, vice Dr. T. I, , Price resigned; a good appointment, i W. F. Galbraith, the demist, is still j at the same old stand, with plenty of instruments a::d remedies at Ids com- ' maud. I Dr J. \V. Plummer was called to I Hetman last week to see a sick child, i The Doctor is very much taken with I'hat part of tlie reservation, as a ricli agricultural section. I TheM. E Church South held their reaularquarterly meetings. Saturday, I Sunday and Monday. Rev. Geo. H Gilihs, 1*. K., conducted tlie services. I Plaus have been perfected for enlarg ing tlie church ouiUting during tue summer. Dr. T. L. Price and fand y are going to move to his place on tlie reservation, near the "Big Holes," as soon as tile weather permits. Tlie Doctor will practice Ids profession there; he me Is no recommendation to ilie people in j that section. Astonishing Results Aihieied b> Its Applica tion to Chronic Diseases by Dr. Darrin Who will Visit Lewiston for Two Months Commencing May 17. It i-a positive fact that Die art of cluing ilisca-c- by electricity a- em ployed by Dr. Danin i- revolutionizing the practice ol medicine, as i- shown by the following testimonials which -peak fur themsei ve- : (ietiesee. Idaho. Dr. Darrin —Dear Sir: The electrn magnetio treatment veil gave me for chronic catarrh and other trotib! - ot fifteen years standing lias proved sitc eessfui. Yours truly. H. A. Tucker. Mrs. M A. Cheney, of North Yak ima, write- Dr. Darrin as follows: "Having recovered my lost health I will tain* the pleasure of thanking you for your skilful and successful treatment of asthma, which lias been a great source of annoyance t" me for years." Mr. Marlin F Kartell relates Ins ex perienec with Dr Darrin as follows: "Dr. Darrin: The electrical and medical treatment you gave me for discharging ol ears of twenty years standing was pt rfeet success. You can publish my name if you so desire, and refer any one to me at I,at 'amas, Wash. ' "Mr. Editor: i wish to express my gratitude to Dr. Darrin for the eurent my wife of womb trouble and skin I diseases of two years duration. My ; son was also cured of scrofula and i dropsy. He was given up as incurable ' by two do tors. He was cured six , .venrs ago by Dr. Damn and no symp ' t,mH appeared since, i was cured ! of an eye troul'le. I consider the treat : ment liv eleetrieltv tlie greatest remedy j 1 ,H * can ''c given to the »filleted. My ! postottiee i- Christopher, \\ u»l> J. Howley. ,, . j ^fany others might tie mentioned j 1,01 "ant of space forbid, ' I j * . ! Dr. Darrm will have liis offices while in Lewiston at tin* residence of Mrs. Robt. Gro-tein on E street oppo site Odd Fellows Hall and can is* con sulted free from lit a. in. to s p. m. daily. Normal Notes. County School Superintendant Mi llee, of Kootenia county, was a visitor at the normal last un k. A chorus of about 30 members has lieen organized under the direction of Miss Galloway. Hereafter there will he regular practice twice a week. Tlie Normal literary sooietv will give a social Fiiduy evening May 0. Music and games will tie the principal feature of the evening's progr, m. At the lust meeting of the Clionian society the billowing seniors were ex cused from all literary work: Eulu Ward, Berna Johnson, Hanna Spack man, Lillian Clemen-, Jennie Harring ton, Bertha Reeder. Bernice McCoy, Ida Wagner, May Kuepper and Lillie Rogers. 1 he member.- of tin* physical geogra phy class combined work with pleasure last Saturday by taking a trip to Asotin to study tlie basaltic pillars ami trap rock formations opposite the town. Those present express them selves as highly satl-fied day's enjoyments. with the J. t*. Craig and C. (). Zinn have sent in their resignations as officers of tlie Normal Literary society. The society will act upon the same at tlie meeting Friday afternoon and will elect officers to fill the vacancies caused by their resignations. Mr. Craig lias been engaged to tench a summer term of school near his home at Westlake and will leave the normal in a few' days. Mr./inn will also leave to en gage in like service. The Odd Fellows' Ball. Every preparation lias lieen made to liaye tlie anniversary hall at Odd Fel lows' hall tniiiaht a brilliant success Prof. Orion's orchestra will furnish tlie music and tlie Reliekahs have arranged to supply tlie supper. All Odd Fellows are expected without special inviti/ tlon. War Times But Not War Prices^ Call aud be con vinced that our line of Groceries cannot be excelled in the city. Our prices are all right, our business is increas ing. We are here to stay. Call up tele phone No. 7. C. ©. O. Grocery, J. M. Johnson, Prop. I COURT INVESTIGATION and you will act. Special for this Week, -Tn i 2 1 • vards iao2 Bleached VIikII., JC 0 fake my K- N. & F. Co's Spring Suits and look them over carefully. Their su periority shows, in a marked manner, even more inside than outside. Notice the fab rics, the stitching, the linings, the pockets the button-holes, and the perfection of workmanship and finish all over. Then compare it with other suits elsewhere at similar price, and more. I ant j c _ ipate the result. If you have already bought your suit here, you'll be better pleased. If you have not, you will come immediately after one. I need not consume your time with argument. Get my prices «inn t'nii oof "0 12 \i yards 1492 Bleached Muslin S o c 10 yards Lonsdale ............ - oc 10 yards Fruit of the Loom ^ oc Clean-up Sale of Corsets—all $2.50, $2.00, Si.50, Si.25, Si Corsets—to go at 50c and 75c. . Clean-up sale of Dress Skirts and Shirt Waists. See the Dress Trimmings in my window. Examine my Bargain Counter. I have bar gains that will make you open your eyes, as well as your purse. J. Alexander This Space Reserved For... Leeper and Hornaday. Real Estate, Loans, Abstracts And Insurance. Telephone No. 4. Lewiston, * * * Idaho. ARE YOU RUSHED WITH WORK? 1 mt a val1 for ,e K al work 01 bust nés» eorres|)onaehee. I am ;;rÄ' do t>Vtr .V l hitig in the mi e S îv'T npby aud T yp* M l,ln 8- "ork guaranteed. Adrian R. Sweet. Mam St., opposite Raymond House. Medicinal Port Wine. »(.me e fin* c i" b '" ba * "» rtouk for sale i ^ i M *rt wine «special Iv nrt >. pmvil for invalid, and for family use. Spraying. 'hm'iUEont i ht ' rel ' v , Biveu spraying hoiild not lie neglected. Every body 18 ex l* ot ed to spray their tf^ * L. A. Porter. Inspector. 00 TO THE J. M. H. Novelty Works for all kinda of light repair" 1 *- ^ Bicycles, anything repair**® . pert uiecbanics. BALL-BEARING SEWING MACHINE** A new line or the very U * hte *j^. nlng sewing machine», lu" l.oc*.ted iu the old Delnjonie 0 ing on Fourth street. .. h0 . Lewiston, next —A removal sale will * gre»« week or with n two week» & Co'a. ^ -Try some White Clover tbe Russell Cash Grocery, tt* you.