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H. A Thatcher of Geneaee ih in the
city. W. C. Fritter arriveil by the train last evening. A heavy anow fall is reported in the niiuiug dietricta. Geo. W. Walker, of Cavendish is a visitor in the city. . White enamel suits from §l!).(K) up. Aunt & McGilvery. 8taas Spekker, assessor-elect, tame in on the traiu yesterday. Thomas Brewer, the Genesee hank tr, was in Lewiston Tuesday. Sheriff Hunter, of Latah county, eauie In on the truin yesterday. J. Howard Howe will build a resi dence on tlie hill this winter. We have everything to furnish your house. Aune A MeG livery. A suprise party was given Mr. aud Mrs. B. F. Morris last Tuesday. Dr. F. J. Boston has been confined to his home by sickness this week. A. D.Rfsdon began tlie construction of a resident on tlie bill this week. The N. P. express company has pro vided a new safe for their local office. Curtain poles, white reeded, oak and brass extension. Aune A McGilvery. . U. D. Williams, the mining man returned from Spokane Wednesday. L. A. Porter is building three eottagi-s near the railroad on C street. Rev. J.O. Davis is sick. He has b«vn eoufined to his room since Sun day. The brick work on the new city hall has reached the height of the first * story. Second hand coke and coal stoves, half price ot new'. Aune & McGilvery. See the Show Window of "Warm Things'' at Fox's, Hatter and Furn isher. Mrs. Montgomery has built a neat new addition to her residence an fifth th street. Furnish your home with good furni nn the installment plan. Auue A y McGilvery. The Steamer Norma come in Wed nesday and loaded with wheat at t Waha yesterday. Tne N. P. railroad has begun the section of a 100 foot extension to the depot in this city. Ed Pearcy is building a fine house ~ i Snake river avenue. ft will be uleted about Dee. 15th, TN. '»He daughter of R-ibt. Baiber last Monday at the home on I ÿMain street. The funeral took p'aoe I Tuesday. Rev. Skipworth conducted I tbe sei vices from the residence, Nez Perce Flour and Feed Store W. E. Matthews & Co. Dealers in Flour, Bran, Shorts, Baled Hay, Wood aud Coal. All goods sold at the lowest prices aud de livered promptly. Store on Main Street, near Blue „Front Cigar Store. We have a Supply of g» Engagement Rings, ~Rll\qs which you should see, if you need anything in that line. Also the finest line of Watches in Northern Idaho. ----J. H. BETHEL____ Jeweler & Optician. Recent Arrivals Quadruple Silver Plated Table Ware, war ranted for ten years' wear, at prices that will astonish you. A large line of Perfumery aud Toilet Arti cles. Every article guaranteed first class or money refunded. Call aud try some of them. Our large line of Fancy Goods for Holiday Gifts now on sale. Call and make your pick while the selection is large. THE FAIR. The Place to Save Money. Maleable Iron beds from §5 up Auue & Met li'.very. Mrs. Smith Mounce returned o i Sunday's boat from an extended visit to Vancouver Washington. Sam Gold stone, tlie Cottonwood merchant, returned home yesterday after a week's visit in Lewiston. S. B. Sweeney was in the city Mon dav. He lias sown 100 acres of wheat this fall on liia reservation ranch. "Newt Hibbs otters tlie best unim proved orchard-garden farm-home in tlie Lewiston valley for $30 an acre. Finest line of chairs m tlie Aune A McGilvery. city Full regular made Saxony wool un i Cashmere Sax 25 cents per pair at Fox's, Hatter and Furnisher. The Normal societies give public literary entertainments every Friday afternoon. The public is invited. Combination book and writlhg desks Aune and McGilvery. Mrs. L. Stamms arrived from Mos cow Monday to visit her husband and renew acquaintances in Lewiston. Sam Silverman passed through Lewiston this week on his way t" Badger to open up that famous mine. The full and winter lias been favor able for farm work in tlie Lewiston valley a large acreage of full wheat has been sown. We have an elagent line of side boards, Anne & McGilvery. .1 E. Hoppey of Cavendish was in the city Wednesday on business before tbe probate court. ; M. N. Malory of Walla Walla lias I b'en in the city this week looking for I a business location. Mr. Malory is a 1 friend of C. W. Hadley. Patrick Ctissick of tlie firm of Cus sick, Russell A Co. of this city trans ferred a Buffalo Hump claim this week for tlie consideration of §12,010 Letters and papers were received by many friends from the soldier boys at Manila this vfeek. The boys are long ! ing to get back to Idaho. Wright's Sanitary Australian wool fleeced Underwear §3.00 per suit, ex clusive with Fox, Halter and Furnisher There Is a big demand for business locations in tins city. Business men are turned away by tlie impossibility of securing rooms for business purposes F. L. Moore, I. N. Smith and E. C. I Steele prominent members of ttie 1 legal fraternity from Moscow have been j in tlie city this week on business be i fore tlie U. S. Land office. Eugene Bon bore lias established a home across the street from the Hotel DeFranee. He converted the old-time sample room into a neat residence dur ing the past week. An elegant hardwood bed room set only §13 Auue A McGilvery. S ii Stiurte bus bought the old Xez Perce Com mission home from W. E. Mathews A Co. The latter will con duct ■ the drav bin dues» in the future. I N. 8. S.per of the City .Steam j laundry visited Spokane during the week. He is buying new machinery j and otherwise extending his plant to meet increased trade. Fibre carpet, all patterns. Carpet | that is cheap and wears like iron, I Aune A McGilvery. W. A. Wright, tlie tiour mill man ! from Fletcher bought an engine from j J. M. Harrington this week which will tie used to generate power for his mills. Our ail wool Covert Cloth Mackin toshes for §8.50 are the best bargain "On Earth." Fox, Hatter and Furn isher. E. C. Burligmie, the railroad con tractor, was called to Rlparia last Tuesday oil business connected with I he extension of the O. R. A N. to I his city from that point. Newt lliblis will sell his home place tlie best gardeil and orchard land in tlie Lewiston valley, within one mil* of tlie city limits, river front, any time within ten daws for §30 an acre. It is reported that tlie big Btnnard estate will not be distributed but that it will tie left intact under the direct management of Mrs. Blnnard who by common consent will He admiuis tratix. Tlie Clearwater encampment 1. O. O. K. will hold a regular meeting Saturday evening when encampment degrees will be centered on two candi dates. A full meeting of members is desired. Mrs. L. Rowley was sixty four years old last Tuesday. The W. R. C. gave liera surprise in tlie evening. They iissembl d at the Rowleyyesideuce in the evening and spent a few happy hours in the usual social intercourse. George H. Scorer, state treasurer, purchased this week tlie family resi dence of Hlierift Barton on tlie liill. The consideration was §1000 Mr. Btorer is to have possession Dec. 5th. Mr. Barton will build another residence immediately. The carload of electric machinery which is awaited by the light company is on the road between Lewiston aud St Paul. It is exiiee.ted here Monday or Tuesday. The setting and adjust ment will require a week's tune. We may expect light by Christmas. Our Line of Gen tleiuan's Shoes made by Peters Manufacturing Co. to our order have just arrived. Those waiting and others can now caii and feast their eyes on the most superb stock of Gen tlemen's Shoes ever shown in Lewis ton. Fox, Hatter and Furnisher. K. C. Burlingame, tlie railroad con tractor, lost a valuable horse Sunday by a colision with a locomotive on the track rear Harrington's null. Tlie animal had strayed on the railroad right of way and was pocketed tiv an approaching gravel train aud run down. w. Warrants were served on Hooke and Brookman in jail Tuesday for stealing more cattle, a part of tbe original delivery to Dowd A Siiaw. These men are already held safely to the grand jury. Mors warrants and more arrests will not hold them any safer. The proceedings at this stage are rather unusual. H. C. Brockman au I A. I'.. It ioke of Camas prairie are in the city. These gentlemen are the fathers of the voting men who are now in jail awaiting the action of the next grand jury. They came down to look after the defense of their sons who they say are innocent of ttie charges on which they are held. They will remain during the trial. F. E. Melhoan who was for several years a resident of this city and who owned mining Interests m Elk which lie disposed of last year died in Spok ane on liie 23rd inst of his old malady, kidney disease. Airs. Melhoan and Agnes will return to Lewiston soon to permanently reside. The family re moved to Spokane last spring in the hope of benefiting Mr. Melhoun's health. David Williams an Indian was rested Tuesday by deputy IT. Marshall Foresniati on the train at Spalding for introducing whiskey upon tlie reservation. Tlie young Indian had in his possession two quarts of alcohol which he confessed he was going to dilute and retail among _titc Indians he said lie was induced by white men to engage in the business. He had arrived from .Juliaetta at which place lie had bought the alcohol. The Indian was drunk. He is not con sidered a bad Indian but he claims to have been induced to engage in this contraband goods by interested white men. The penalty of tlie crime charg ed is a term in the r«ncteutery. ! David Williams will have a hearing! before J udge O' Xei 11 tomorrow. —Notice to water consumers:— Don't forget to call at our office mi or before the lO'.ti inat. and save 25 cents by paying your water rent. Lewiston Water A Light Co. I j j | I ! j ...THE... WZ I CsL SHO* 'Sp PM. C £ = Store ; Always to the front in Bright, Fresh New Goods. Fit, style and quality guaran- __ auteed. We aim to please the most fastidious. We would like your trade. Can we have it? C.A. Hastings & Co. GALBRAITH & LEWIS,, Dentists. Porcelain Crowns, Aluruinile aid Gold-lined Plates a specialty. 1'arlcrs opposite Raymond Hou«e, over Bun ham A (iril)ble's btore. Lewiston, Ida, Deputy IJ. S. Marshal Foresnmu arrested William Black lust Monday for selling a bottle of whiskey' to .1 Slick-poo. The prisoner was seen to pass the bottle to the Indian and the bottle was found m possession of the Indian who pointed out "Blackie" the mau who sold it to him. Tlie prisoner is well known in Lewiston us Blackie. Ile-is a cook and has been susDected as a dialer in contraband whiskey in tlie past, lie will have a preliminary hearing before Commis sioner O^Neill tomorrow. I —Special sale on salt just arrived. 50 pound sack Wellington Dairy 47', cts per sack. 50 pound sack X XX 1 fairy 45 cts per sack. Jxo. i\L Fix. — —----- Some Mining: News. ! Fierce City has made material pro gress as a quartz district within (he past few months, an eastern comp any placed a mill on ttie Mascot mine late in tlie summer. This work bus resulted in saiisfactory returns. This mill will tie enlarged in the spring to a capacity of fifty tons daily. The old Democrat mine is being developed by Mr. Dunn. 11 is showing up two feet of high grade ore. A five stamp mill will i>e placed on this proposition in tlie spring. A farce of men will lie worked all winter ou the Democrat. The Mascot people are working a full force and they are handling about twenty tons daily. They save about fifteen dollars a tou. 'Hie Childs claim on the Snake above Lewiston, lias been developed to some extent, during the past few weeks. The ledge shows up well aud some exceptionally high assays were secured from the ore. The Mary K property which Lewiston parties are interested in shows up well after some late developement work. This camp is in a fair way to be developed by local and Spokane parties. The good results of the late work haveencoraged tlie owners to renew their energy. Ezra Baird ana li 1). Williams are tlie owners of some valuable properties on the Snake above the Salmon river which will lie developed this winter. This is a district about equal in native richness to the great Seven Devils comp, it lias been kept back by tlie lack of transportation. The present out look for railroad construct ion gives life to these neglected camps along the Snake river canyon. | u a very short time now they will be one of Lewiston's great tiibutarv resources. Houses for Sale. Large modern house. Lot 100 by Large modern house. Lot 100 by 4iH> on Main street. Also ]', story house east of Normal. Lot, 100 feet front inquire or James K. Babb, Lewiston National Bank building. It is the fine quality of Schillings Best tea baking powder coffee flavoring extracts * that makes "them* go far . ther than great quantity of inferior things. o 134 r or sale by J. P. Vollmer & Company 1 JC. x* 20 Per Cent Off On all Ladies Capes and Jackets. 25 Per Cent Off On all Trimmed Hats. They are all good ones. See them before they are picked over. New Assortment Of Handkerchiefs, Ait Squares, aud T'ap estry Portieres. J. Alexander I V? n. V-,? Cigars by the Box a Specialty —AT THE— Clearwater Cigar & News Company. Range Meat Market. William Kalke» Proprietät*. E. Alerta, Manager. Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats, bausages aud hancy Meats a specialty. We would be pleased to receive a portion of your patronage. East Alain street. Lewiston, Idaho, Lewiston Tailoring Establishment Fine Tailoring a Specialty. A perfect fit guaranteed. Cleaning and repairing ex ecuted with neatness and dispatch. FRANK HÄCKER, Proprietor :^«i«V,fV»rt«W»VW^WA'AWAVmiV«im«W»VtV**W*WWiA^W«VWif^WAWAWiVM'«WA'fWiVii4 The Sideboard. Lewiston's newest and neatest saloon. Wines, Liq uors and Cigars. Your patronage solicited. BIAINARD BLOCK, At 71 IK STREET. * tttttttttttt Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. S. Wildenthaler, Prop. Main Street. Telephone No. 28 . ' I Fresh bread every day, our own special delivery. Choice groceries, outs, candles, pastry and fruits. ikllM - Bakery F T WriVllt I J L. J. YYIlglU. A. J. Kraudelt, Proprietor. Dealer in and Manufacturer of. Truck and Transfer — ie Confectionery. Main Street, Lewiston. All business promptly at tended to.