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VOLUME 22. LEWISTON. IDAHO. JULY 22.1898. NUMBER 44. PRESCRIPTIONS. Ray & 0smers. The Owl Drug Store -Chemists and Pharmacists. 1RGAIN SALE On Shirtwaists To»Day and To-Morrow. THE BAZAAR. if. .ffiiftsilsili alsalsa^alaafts vv ttttt ALL Straw Hats HALF PRICE. 0. A. Kjos Lane. John A. Brown. John Green. Lane, Brown & Green, ttorneijfi and Counselors at Law. Lewiston, Idaho. State and Federal Courts Lewiston's Largest Store. NEW ARRIVALS Boys' Reefer and three-piece Suits. Ladies' Linen Dusters. Ladies' Neckwear and Belts. Ladies' Bievele Leggius the latest. We are Still Slashing Prices On all Summer Dress Goods, Parasols, Shirt Waists, Sailor Straw Hats, Etc. Exceptional Bargains Offered on eiothing and Shoes. Jno. P. Vollmer & Co. Agents for Ceutimeri Kid (cloves and Bnt tevick Patterns. L. L. STRONG. UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer. News from Honolulu. The Tkller received a letter from Fred Beckwith dated at Honolulu, July 7, in which he say*: "I had fully ititended to write you a detailed ac couut of our trip but as we are ordered out in a burry I must lie brief. We left Frisco at 2:40 Juue 27 and arrived here July 0. During the first few days most every one was sick. As nearly as | I can remember, the Captain, Bob Stainton, Gordon, Scott and myself | were about all that escaped. Guy I Chapman was not seasick but had a l bud cold and sore throat tor a while. ! After three days the sea was better ami i we hud a good trip. • Honolulu is a great place, everybody j is in love with it. We have been well ; treated. Today the Idaho volunteers took diuuer in the park at the King's j Palace. It Is one of the prettiest places I ever saw. The resident* portion of tlie city is its charm. Each yard Is a park of palm, coconut and other tropl Guy Chapman wrote to his father by the same mail. He says:—"I am at Honolulu today, 2100 miles from you. I have bad a nice tune so far. I • have not been sick at all except a little cold. The boys have had a hard j time ot it because they could uot get ! good grub, but the officers are paying ; $45 for the trip for grub. Tgetjnst as good, just by Working for it. I don't have to do anything but wash dishes . . . ' • . for twenty men and it is very easy. , , .u Tberelsa very nice crew on the -, .... ' ,, . T : Morgan City, our ship, and I like ev 6 .L , r .. , . » ery one of them because they treat tue J cal trees in abundance, and flowers of all kinds and descriptions. The inhab itants are Chinese, Japs and Americans besides the natives. The latter are very much like Americans, only they are very dark. They all speuk Eng lish quite well.'' as if I were one of their crew, but I ain't. I am one of Uncle Ham's hoys. Harry MoConvlIle did not get sick either. We were about the only ones that did not get sick. Lieutenant Bar ber was the sickest man on the ship for two days, but he Is ail right now. When I get to Manda I will send you one of the biggest letters you ever got, but I can't do it now, as we are going to leave in the morning." p. H. McEntee aud family are in theci'y. Mr. McEutee is a prominent : mining man in the upper country. He ia the flint man who disturbed the : Chinese miners in their claims on Moose creek In 1888. He has been working for the past two years on a promising placer property at the mouth of Crooked river. Mr. McEntee has been in bad health for nearly a year aud has come out of the mines for the purpose of recuperating from ehnmre of climate He had intended change or climate, m nau iiiienoea to go to tlie Hoi Springs neat Ogden, but has been benefitted so much since coming to Iaiwiston that he may re -1 maiu here a few weeks. ^Headquarters for a Cool Drink OR A Fine Ice Oream Soda. Dent « Butler. Dru0fli$t$. Celephonc no. is. UST RECEIVED [ "°»tlFG.,C a A car load of the justly celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, etc., received this week, and another car load on the way. These vehicles will all be sold within thirty days. If you want the best wagon on earth, come and see me. Win. Haevernicke, Lewiston. The force of men employed on the construction of the new power plant for the Lewiston Electric company are pushing the work in all departments. Work on the wires for the line was completed yesterday. Three No. 6 ou re copper wires have Iteen laid from the power house on Asotin creek ab.iut Pushing the Work. ten miles into the city. Two carloads of lumber for the flume uud oue car load of pipe will be received on to morrow's boat. Work on the con l st ruction of the power house will lie gin at once. The big turbine wheel is to be shipped soon and the powerhouse will be made ready to receive it. The plant will he completed ready for oiier ation about Sept. 1. j Sprague-Langer. - Miss Flora Sprague and bred G. Lau «er were married at the Catholic church Wednesday morning. Only op Thursday morning's boat, for their future home in Kent, Minnesota. Mr. Langer has lieen in business here for • several years and gives promise of a successful career. The bride Is tip j youngest daughter of M. H. Sprague, ! of this city—a highly accomplished ; young lady who leaves a host of friends. ----------- The Train ACTOSS the River. . . , . . . . „ The tiret train crossed the bridge at _ . „„„ Lapwai Tuesday. It was the con y J , . : struction train with a crew of track , ..... layers who are now engaged In put / , . , . . ting down the track between Lapwai the relatives of the contracting parties and a few intimate friends were pres ent. The brother of the groom and the sister of the bride stood up with them. The wedding party then drove to the home of Mrs. Tertliug, i.ear to the city and spent the day. They left and Lewiston. Mr. VanArsdol esti mates that this will take about ten days. Work ou the station aud round house will begin'soou. The buildings on the track bed here, on the compa ny's grounds, were removed this week. Senator Heitfeld Here. Henatnr Henry Heilfeld arrived In the city Tuesday night, direct from Washington City. The Senator's flam : Uy "'*** not return this summer bnt spend the season in the inouii : °f ' irginia. Senator Heitfeld regrets that no leg islation of a more beneficial nature could bave l »een passed for Idaho. Tin: River and Harbor hill did uot pass and consequently there was no uppropri ation for the Clearwater improvement. He feels confident that, though the bill to graut free homesteads failed this time in the house, it will eventu ally pass as prominent members ruccg ui/ - e the ,)f lhe cluim. Henator Heitfeld will leave lor Lois. probably Kunduv. He is in favor*of lu , honorable fusion of all silver parties -1 but not according to the accepted rtem oc ratio version of fusion. * * a .a_ .A. .a. .a, . >~ , rTvVr st vj o w n »n y» " SEAL BRAND la a Synonym For all that la flood. For all that la dallcioua. For all that la nntrltioaa. It has become a house hold word In the homes of Lewiston people who are good T judges of coffee. The flavor, 'y* -irength and aroma form a combination tlint cannot be excelled by any coffee on the market. J. M. Fix Agent for Chase & Sanborns Importations —"Seal Brand" Cof fees. "Buffalo Chop" Teas. Barb'Wire... The Diamond EL Elwood, Jr. We have just received a carload of the above brands of the famous Genuine Elwood Glidden Barb Wire. There is nothing as good on the market. C. C. BUNNELL. Geo. Penny was lu from Hpaldlug Thursday. E. P. Dorris Is doing business lu Portland this week. Prof. Vau Voris, of Paola, Wash., was doing business lu town Thursday. Judge Poe has returned to the city after spending a few days with his family at Lake Wuha. The combined header and thresher is at work on Ira Hmull's ranch this week with perfe«t success. Dudley Gilman is private night watchman, having a special lookout for tires in tlie business portion of tlie city. Mrs. U. E. Faunce lise lieen com missioned postmistress at Walia. She will move tiie postoffice from tlie Lake House to lier home. Win. Iiaevernieke aud Miss Marie Bi-nson departed for Grangeville Tu*>a <!a> morning. Miss Benson will visit tlie family of Levi Magee. Tliicshing has begun in the valley. Goo Stonebreaker's ou Mit is at work at h,sown place. He will market the first wheat of the season. P. H. Waldman, manager of the Fuir, returned Monday from a two weeks' visit to Poitlnnd where he was making purchases of fall stock. Tiie members of Rev. Brown's con gregation treated litru to a delightful surprise on Wednesday night. Tlie oei-usion tteiug the anniversary of his birthday. STANDARD Mowers and Rakes. Conceded to be the Best in the World. The Cash Hardware Store Don't Go Camping Without a Vive Cam era. Vive photography is easy photography. We have a complete line of Vive Cameras and fixtures. The Book Store. Read "Rupert of Hentzau," sequel to Anthony Hope's "Pris oner of Zenda." I SHOE STORE NEW GOODS JUST IN Large hue ot Cbil Large Hue dreii's Slmes. Chocolate Vesting Taps. Fat Ualiy's Black and Tan. Child's Oxfords, crack proof calf, for mountain wear. Blue Kid for the Ba bies, and In fact almost everything in tlie shoe line. Come and see us. &C0. A. Hchiehe caught his left baud in the baud saw at the Rowley plaining mill last Haturday aud got It badly torn. Dr. Hhafl' dressed the wound and reports it healing nicely. S. K. N'«el lias returned from his trip to the east. He is figuring now on putting a 100 barrel mill either in Lew iston or In Vineland.