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volume 22 . LEWISTON. IDAHO. JUNE 3. 1898. NUMBER 37. IGem Cameras <#) Jh ri» f§> ijl Recognizing the demand for supplies for amateur photographers, w e have put in a full line of Oem C-ameias and Photographic Sup plics. The Gem Cameras have no ccjual in simplicity and effectiveness. rV & t&i cVVt,! The ©wl Drug Store. Ray & Gamers, Chemists and Pharmacists. Iftn Elegant Line ©F FANS, NECKTIES, FANCY RIBBONS, LORO NETTE, PATRIOTIC PINS, SILK FLAGS, , ELEGANT BLACK SATIN WAISTS, PURSE AN D FAN CHAINS, AND BELTS. ^ THE BHZHHR. J ^iUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUtUiUiUiU-iUiiUUiUiUiUiUatiUiUittiUEv tttttttttt ttttt STORE NEWS. * \t Oat u Powerful lot of Itargui ns in so small a space for early Shoppers. 9 M 9 Summer Corsets White ventilated Summer Corsets, long waist and good fitters. *25 c. Men's White Shirts— Colored cult's and bosom, any size from 14 to 17. Choice for 50 c. Misses Hose— Extra fine Misses Black Hose, made from long staple cotton. IS c. Negligee Shirts— East colored percale, collars and cuffs attachable. Twenty dif ferent sti les. Sale price 49 c. Shirt Waists— Ladies' Shin Waists, blouse effect, double pointed yoke, tust col ors, worth up to 75c. 48c. Working Gloves— Hand sewed, double faced seams on thumb, worth $1, sale price 75 c. La. Fine Shoes— Closing nut several pairs of Fine Shoes worth up to Jiion, for $2.50 Crash Suits— Men's Lin en suits,pearl buttons,shrunk en crash, 34 to 40. Suit $4.00 Now is the time for limit ing mid flags. Wi bought ours early and can sell you now at what they cost to buy. Summer Goats— Tan or b'ue stripe, hot weather coats, 34 to 42, each 49 c 0. A. Kjos.| T'I* 'I* ')* 'j' <§• )|* i|* )|i i|< )|i i|) Main Orders Filled Promptly Agents Standard Patterns. John Lane. John A. Brown. John Green. I Lane, Brown & Green, Attorneys and Counselors^ at Law. Lewiston, Idaho. State and Federal < 'ourla - i Lewiston's Largest Store. Special Offers for Friday AND SATURDAY. SHOE BARGAINS. % I'orty-eight pairs Boys' Veal Calf Face Shoes, sizes 10 to 12, regular price £1.25, to close at half-price, per pair 62 Ec h wenty-four pairs Men's fine Calf Shoes, Lace and Congress, formerly sold at $2.25 to $3.50. We offer while they last, at .. Su*» NEW ARRIVALS. Lovely Summer Parasols, Latest Fashion able Hose in Fancy Plaids and Stripes, Neu Stylish Shirt \\ aists. Special Bargains in Clothing. Jno. P. Vollmer & Co. N. B.:—Delineators for June now Latest Butterick Patterns. ale and !.. L. STBONG. UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer. ' Schley and Insurgents Making j Combined Attack Upon Santiago de Cuba, ' Schley's Great Victory. j - He Silenced the Guns and Demol 1 S fences 2 of°the nVrbor " The Iahst war news is to the Gleet that Hell ley'a fleet is engaging tlie Spaniards at Santiago de Cuba and that the insurgents are co-operating with him making a land attack in the rear of the city's defenses. Dispatches ol June 1 tell of Schley's attack upon the defenses at the entrance of the harbor. With 14 vessels he began I lie attack at 2 o'clock l uesday 1 fternoon and within two hours he hud silenced and demolished the forts at Morro Castle, La Socapa and Punta (inula. The Spanish batteries at first answered the lire in a lively manner tint after 20 minutes tiring the superior marksman ship ott lie Americans litgan to tell and the Spanish batteries began to weaken. The American Hliips con centrated a violent fustlade upon El Morro, destroying it completely. Below are the latest bulletins: Port au Prince—Squadron which left Santiago at 4 p. m. yesterday after noon returned in morning and tired two shots, believed to be signal to in surgents who are mussed 3000 strong near the city. Madrid—Attention of public is ab sorbed in condition of Bank of Spain which is considered more serious than any adverse ot war in as much as im possibility of Bank to help govern ment means impossibility to continue the war. 'Not Gunther's Motto. We are Agents for His Candies Here. And Carry ftvjjT A Full Line. Dent « Butler, Druggists, telephone Do Washington— Ad min ist ration that famines ot Spain may put den end to the war and is therefore anxious to land troops and seize islands and possessions of Spain. Olliciul no tice given that troops will lie landed as soon as possible at Puerto Itieo and Cuba. fears sud New York—Special to Journal from Key West says that Spanish troopship Alfonso XIII, with troops and coal on board, captured by auxiliary cruiser St. Paul, Monday, oil'Cape Muysi. Cape Haytian—A specitjl from San tiago, continuing yesterday's bombard ment, says: Groat events expected hourly there. American warships in front of harbor. Insurgents gathering on 1 In- hills Spaniards have taken extraordinary precaution^ to guard hai bor interests. While attempting to land a log raft above the X. P. It. K. bridge building at Lupwai last Sunday, Missouri Bill and two other parties had ipiile a mis tiap, by coming into collission with the wire cubic uwd by the company in their bridge const met ion, ISntli our blarl-s were torn away and the raft and one man left hi tie- mercy of the current. The raft finally drifted down broadside onto I log island and tin- oc cupant, detaching t wi logs made (lie shore. to the J . W . Mml' litis made a great mining camp in til; district. He brought hack samples of the Hepiililie ore that are viewed with curiosity by the local mining men. The ore is perfectly white and the mist powerful glass does not show a trace of gold, vet tlie assay returns ^how several hundreds of dollars per ton. O-e of tins kind is a new find and prospectors have w ithout doubt overlooked many valuable ledges of it. B'-publie The decision by the local land nfllei in the case of.I.S. fox Hganist F. I) Hashrouck In a land contest case was affirmed by Secretary Bliss 011 .May ■ list. The land in controversy was : awarded to Hashrouck a- prior claim j ant. 1 City Primaries. The primaries called by tlie citizens drew out 11 fair representation in the upper wards of I lie city. There were 38 votes cast in the third ward, 41 in the se "ond, and 14 in tin* llrst ward. In the third ward there were three candidates for councilman, Win Itobi nett received 14 votes, S. O. Tannahill 13, and Isaac Monaco 10. In the sec ond ward Dr. Shull received 32 votes against u scattering. In the First ward there was no oppo sition tot'. Woisgeiber, who received the full vote. The voters in all wards voted generally for Conner for mayor, Boos for marshal and Chapman for treasurer. In the upper wards Shall' received some votes for mayor and S W. Cope some votes for marshal. All names of the successful candidates were ceitilied to and handed to the city clerk to tie placed upon theotlleial ballot. The primary culled for the evening at the city hall was very sparsely at tended. Those present continued the nomination of the afternoon, except that S. O. Tannahill was named as councilman for the third ward. Oilier nominations, by petition, will probably tie tiled, and the election promises to be a very lively one. Ready for the Flume. D. M. White was seen yesterday re garding the progress of work upon the ditch and flume of the new electric plant. Everything is Teudy now he says for the lumlier. The grade is all completed and the engineer has cheeked over the work. The llrst ship ment of lumber for the Hume arrived Uns week. It consists of 12/j,000 feet shipped from the Bridal Vail Fulls Co's. mill. It is now being luiuled to the ground. Excavating litfs been be gun upon the site lor the power house. The foundation will be upon the solid tied rock of the stream. Mr. White h is been scaling Lite rock from the 11 i 11 but will probably have to use the [ blast as he goes further with the ex j ou vatiou. The power house will be built with the idea in view of doubling the capa city ol the plat t as the growth of the city demands. The water head at tin power house is over 100 feet and the machinery bought is of such capacity !lH "'hi deliver 3JO horse power in Lew iston. The contract culls for the de livery of the machinery on or before the first of J uly. Mr. White is couth dent that everything will he ready to receive tin- machinery before it arrives. The holes are all dug and the poles distributed for the line and a force of menât work setting poles under the direction ol W. A. Smith. The plant when in working order will be (In most modern and r-nnipU- e now in operation in any city in the noi lbwest. It insures for Lewiston perfect service both for light and power. William Anderson lias returned from Skaguay where for the past month lie lias heen employed in managing 11 pack I ram carrying supplies to the foot of CllilKoot pas«, lie reports that fully -«»,'HMI u I et I bave g (.ue into 1 hat ecu 11 tr^ and are s uiteied along the trails to Luke Lmderinan waiting for I lie rivers to open. The Klondike business is great Iv overdone and ihe reaction is setting in hard. j ments badly boy is tlie I A sei ion-accident b ippciied to Lil ian 11 .-stonelireaker, Monday. Whilt riding a ter Mock along a steep hjll side tlie lioi-1- stumbled and pitched him dow n Hu- decline upon his left sli adder, smashing il hadiy. Dr. ( \\ . Shall'was called. He found a had dislocation. All hones at Hie shouldct were wrenched apart and the ligu aeeruled. The injured -year-old son of 11 corgi Stonelireaker For Hie annual meeting of the American Medical A-soi-j„tn,ii held at Denver, ( olorado, June 7tn t.> 12th the O It. X Go. will sell excursion tickets at $07.00 for ttie round trip : h'uin Lew is on, on June 1st, 2nd, 3rd j 4th. and ôth. For inf.miration call on 1 t W. Kettenbach , agent. Blowing £ Doesn't make a steady blaze of business unless you have a mighty good thing ,to tdow about. Our agenev for Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Got fees makes ns leaders in Lewiston, as Gliuse & San born lead the United Slates in tile <'otl'ee and Tea busi ness. We enutd have never built, up our trade on any tint Glinse A Sanborn's Importa tions. Tlie sales on Teas and Gntl'i-es have more than doubled in the past mouth, " hicli shows that a good thing is appreciated. J. M. Fix. Agent for Chase & Sanborns Importations —"Seal Brand" Cof fees. "Buffalo Choi) Teas. Fly Time... Is coming. It is here in fact, and so are our supply of Screen Doors and Windows. A car load just re ceived. Call in and get prices. C. C. BUNNELL. Wm Hiievernickc and K. W. Ket tenbuch will leave in a few days for an outing and business trip to Camas prairie towns, returning by way of I Ner.jierce and the reservation. lb v. Allyn, tlie Baptist minister, from Spokane, who was to have held services in L wistou next Sunday, has postponed his c>-tiling until (he third Sabbath in June, the 17th mst. Large audiences lire attending the cutup meeting services, morning utter mmn and evening. Kev. J. O. Davis is being assisted by ltev. and Mrs. G. K. Barrow-sand ltev. M. W. Smith. Miss IVaile Wiekerslmm will leave tomorrow for Moscow to attend the University commencement next week. Mrs. Mary Wn-kershuin will leach In Miss Peart's school while she is absent. State Superintendent L, X. B. An derson accompanied Bessie Boise and the little daughter of P. H. Barton home from the Washington school for defective youth, at Vancouver, last Friday. H. M. Glidden and wife, of Florence, are registered at the Raymond. Mr. Glidden is a prominent mining man of that section. He w ill return to the mines after accompanving ids wife to Spokane. Lewiston will celebrate. This was the decision made by the meeting held ni the council rooms oil Wednesday night. The following committee was appointed to "see" (he business men and report at a meeting to tie held Saturday night: G K. Butler, J. X. Stacy, W. B Stainton, G. A. Fores ilian, Lo-ve Chapman, Geo. K. Erb, and L. .1. 1 lormidav. Craver Harvester King Binder. v Cuts and binds a full 12-foot swath of heavy grain. Has no equal in simpHcity, capacity and durability. Great est harvesting machine of the age. Capable of cutting and binding forty acres of grain per day. Cash Hardware Store f You Touch You Touch The Pride •••• of the house keeper in a tender spot, when" you contrib ute some dainty luxury that will decorate her castle. Right in line with the sensible, you see. Part of the beauty of our wall paper is in every thing being made to match exactly— border and all, then the price helps some. $2 will get paper, border and ceiling for an ordi nary room. The Book Store. I Right Kev. Joseph Gataldo, well known here as Father Gataldo, has heen in the city during the week. He is now visiting at the Mission. Father Gataldo hits been In Alnska most of the time during the last twelve yean, O. A. Kjos has a neat, memorial win dow this week. The centerpleoe is a monument dedicated to the memory of the heroes of four wars via: 1770 , 1812. 1840, 1801. Flags, limiting, guns, shells, swords, and other relies make up the display, with pictures of Dewy, Ensign Bagley and others. A. Uinnard has in his possession a nlcture ol u group of Lewiston boys, token while in camp at Hau Francisco. Bryan Dill, well known In Lewiston, and for several years u mendier of the lire department in 8:111 Francisco, makes one of the group. The picture was made by Monte Wax. Kara Hai pi returned from a trip to his Snake river mines last Friday. Mr. Baird In company with Gamas prairie parties is interested in some valuable smelting propositions In the vicinity of Pittsburg Landing and ex jiects some important development woik in that vicinity in the near future. The Gatholic chjwh will celebrate the least of the Blessed Trinity next Sunday. Subject of the sermon at 10 a. m. will Iw "The intention ot the League of the Sacred Heart for June, Devotion to the Blessed Sacrament;" in the evening at 7:30 tlie sermon will be delivered on the mystery of three persons in one (Sod. Everyone kindly invited.