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Real Estate and Mines
Houses, lots and lands for sale, located in tiw» ni.; n , ,
Farms ranches fruit -,,„1 L ' UK '; RÜ 111 t ie cities of Lewiston and Vineland.
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and Florence milling districts, to bond or sell ' ' ' ' '
Investments made for capitalists and investors
The location- () f Nr/ p,.,-,* 7 -*" 3 uu approved properties of real merit
1 he locating of Nu vice leservation lands for settlers promptly attended to
Official and notarial business transacted Fonvrv mm. ,i„ l 3 , ,
and acknowledgments taken ' LoIU O-^ecs, deeds and mortgages made
Scrip of all kinds for locating pine lands and government lands
price.
Correspondence solicited. Address
at lowest market
J. N. STAGY & e©.
Damas Block ^
r Lewiston, Idaho
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F. W. Kettenbach,
Lewiston, Idaho.
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0. G. KRESS,
Jeweler & Watchmaker.
REPAIRIMO
A SPECIALTY.
Wain Street, Poaiofllce Block.
CITY DRUG STORE
A full line of Drugs and Druggist's
Sundries constantly on hand.
PRESCRIPTIONS
A SPECIALTY.
Dr. E. G. Brown & Co.,
PROPRIETORS.
West Main Street. Lewiston, Muli» |
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Nothing like it!
That is whai
Hays ahout the
everyI««ly
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< WEISGERBER
J RF-F.R
Strictly a lirst class nrlirlt
J am) absolutely pure, t'ai
Is- had in keg or bottle.
The California Brewery.
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Klass & Pleger
House Painting
Sign Writing,
Paper Hanging
Estimates furnished. Sign
All work done promptly in
manner. Shop one door e
Bro s' grocerv. Main street
\ specialty,
up-to-daU
ist of 11 en le \
E. TEXIER,
THE PIONEER GROCER
A full line of select
fa in i 1 y Groceries.
Fruits and vegetables
in season. Good value
for your money.
Prompt delivery.
M.ln Sir et. between 2nd and 3rd
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I M.mu
CllrlHS lu
I North Ilw
I tilt' attack on Bator
; boo to 7(x» rebel
trnual with rilh
U.
Will Be Good
■'prit 2S Almut 31»! ul thf
liffii killed rffcnlly in
including Hold s light and
April iti. when from
l ipial 1er of w hom were
dcterimnedlv attacked
Americans, charging their ]»isiiious
ami fighting at close (juurti-rs. The en
gagement lasted all the afternoon, the
enemy hurning the town, hut they were
repulsed after the arrival of American re
in forcements.
The insurgents generally are agressive
in that province. They captured an
American provision wagon near l.apo
1 he Americans having obtained evi
dence that alcaldes of Mago, hingaspai,
l.abugas and Sinait were holding treach
erous communieations with the insitr
gent^, imprisoned them and Imme 1 l.apo
tow n hall.
1 here have been several minor fights
in the province, including an attack by
2tx) insurgents on I.avag, April 17,400t
whom were killed and No were captured.
The officers report that the men of the
Thirty-third regiment and Third cavalrv
behaved splendidly under very trying
circumstances. There were no American
casualties at Batoc, where 1 H 0 insurgents
were killed and 70 captured.
KSTRAY NOTICK.
Kl.sseil, Idaho, Jar
up ai my residence, tour tmle
Idaho, one l ay horse, branded
branded ( I-j ; one brown mar
gray horse, branded (»> 'i
NOTICK FOR 1TBLICATK )N
Department tif the Interior. Land Office at :
e is hereby given
has filed notice 11
11 support of Ins
made before Hegi
Idaho, on May 18. l«n \ / lohn (.lark Hard
tor the N L Sec 44. T p. 44 N . If. 2 I: K. M
ng witnesses to prove In'
that the
and K« i e
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NOTICK TO CRI DITORS.
täte of John Peter Gilbert/, deceased
'lice is hereby given that letters testatnet
« si.tte of John Peter <1 Ibert/ decease
lied to the undersigned on the Mh dav
l v the probate court of Ne/ I tree * ounn
I persons having claims
m rlhwesl of ■
■ alter the date
then
\K
chs to
Nie
County Treasurer's Quarterly
Report.
To the Honorable Board of Comity
Commissioners: I hcii-with submit mv
report as county treasurer for the first
ipiarter ot lyoo.
Cash on hand last report _______$10,058 oo
Received various sources:
Taxes, iS 4 y........$J 8 ,i 20
1S9S....... 550 04
I s *,7 ........ \t u
isyt»........ 30 34
IS 95 .......
I'/l........ 8 s os
isy 3 ........ 52 06
f I s y-' i .'(>
Licenses.
1 7 «»
Fines and costs
3 ! 1
l>. 1 . Stooki-' , :m
ililor, I.. - ........ I
Ol 2
K. A. I.aiiglonl.
probate fees
XU
C. A. Il.i.tiii*:--.
treasurer, fees
47
J. B. Morns,fees..
14
1 nslitutt-............
11
F x t ra
i à
1 |m.I 1 of 88.
X
S G.Isam tu, rebate
2
|. W. Il.irrington,
' acet school books
x'>
A. (» Johnson, rt
State apj)ortioum't
qSi
1 101,1 ............
' Warrants redeetne»
as 1
Curteut expense. $2
.457
. Ko.nl............
j School.........
'•071
t »eneral road
1 1 »istrict road
5 59
Britlge..........
1'aid state of Ll.iho 1
».741
Paid city of hi ' s
ton......... •••
balance carried n>
the
, Current expense
t
Counts road .
5 W 9
Warrant redeini'lion
M
i nstituti
1 5 2
-
4 M
Bridge fund..
M7
State of Idaho

Redemption fund .
5 2 4 /
School hind
s .' L
District road hind
1 .92»
Bond tax sinking fund -
drawn.
Balance, cash on hand
Respectfully submitte
Treasure
,n Malm
April
County Auditor's Report.
I.kwiston, Idaho, April 7 , 1900 .
Ti> the Iloiiorahle Hoard of County
Commissioners of Ne/ Perce county,
Idaho.
Gentlemen: Herewith I submit mv
<Iii.titi-rly report for the quarter ending
ORDINANCE No. 271.
An Ordinance to Prevent Animals from Running .it Large Upon the
Streets, I.ones, Alleys and Public Grounds in the City o! Lewiston,
Idaho.
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I he City ot Lewiston does ordain as follows :
Section 1. It is hereby made unlawful lor any cow, calf, ox, steer, |
Dull, horse, mare, colt, stallion, mule, jack, jenny, hog, pig, goal, kid,
sheep or lamb to run at laroe in or upon any street, lane, alley or pub- J
lie «round in the city of Lewiston, Idaho.
Sec. 2. It ;s hereby made the duty of the city marshal at any and I
all times, when any animal or animals mentioned in section one of this
ordinance are found running at large, in or upon any of the streets,
lanes, alleys or public grounds within the corporate limits of the city of
Lewiston, Idaho, to immediately take up the same and notify the owner
thereof, if known, and if not known, the marshal shall post notice ol
such taking up in three public places within the said city, and also
cause to he published in the city papers, for one regular issue only, a
correct description of such animal or animals, giving their marks and
brands, it any; which notice shall also contain a provision that unless
said animal or animals be reclaimed and all charges paid within five
days from the date of the publication of said notice, the said animal or
animals will be sold to pay costs and charges, stating the time and place
of said sale.
Sec. 3. The marshal is hereby authorized to sell any and all unre
deemed or unclaimed property described herein for cash, to pay costs
and expenses, l he money derived from such sale, less the costs an t
expenses, shall be paid into the city treasury, and shall remain for one
year, and may within that time he claimed by the owner of the prop
erty sold, upon production before any justice of the peace in the city ot
such evidence as would be required to establish his claim in any court
of justice—obtaining from such justice of the peace an order upon the
treasurer to pay such money, which orJer shall he sufficient to warrant
the treasurer tor such payment, to be reported as other redeemed war
rants.
Sec. 4. The marshal shall he entitled to recover the following fees,
to wit: For posting notices as required by section 2 of this ordinance,
one dollar per head, not to exceed in any event however $2.SO per no
tice; for keeping the animals, thirty-five cents per day per head; tor
selling the same, one dollar per head and five per cent of all money
paid to the treasurer arising from such sale.
Sec. S. t his ordinance shall not apply to cows giving milk and
kept for that purpose, while going or coming from the range, between
the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 4 to 8 o'clock p. m.
Sec. 6 . ordinance No. 86 , and all other ordinances to prevent ani
mals from running at large in the city of Lewiston are hereby repealed.
Sec. 7. T his ordinance shall take effect and be in force trom and
after five days after its passage, approval and publication.
Passed by the Council April 28, 1900.
Approved by the Mayor April 30, 1900.
CHRIST WLISGEHBKIt, Mayor.
Attest; ). W. POE.
Clerk.
Lewiston Meat Market,
tf:l. i 17.
FISCHER-THOMPSON COMPANY, Props.
POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON.
Dealers. in. All. Kinds. of. Meals,
Highest price paid for live stock. Courteous treatment
rompt dt.ivery. Kettenbach building, Lewiston, Idaho.
Burlington
Route
As Solid
as a Rock.
If there is one thing more than another that impres
ses people who travel via the Burlington Route, it is
the solidity of the track over which they ride.
I In n is nothing better anywhere. It is smooth
and solid, tree from sharp curves and heavy grades.
Running, for the most part, through a level prairu
country, it is the easiest thing in the world lor Buil
ington trains to lly along at titty, sixty, or seventy
miles an hour.
Omaha, hicago, Kansas City, — ALL points East
and South. Choice of routes via Denver, St. Paul,
or Hillings, Montana.
A. B. JACKSON, Agent,
Jamieson Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
Cash *>n hand as per lit*
report
He* eiveJ fr,iin
1
411 tO
Probate JuJg* H A Langt, ij
tees
4M no
< lerk and rec*»rder tees
l 4M 2 Or,
1 axes tor 1
48,144 _•(.
Delinquent taxes
7^4 So
1 B M.irris, for school d
14 00
state of Idaho
982 :*>
1 u enses
2 . 17 *i 4j
(. <> Supt. sale ot school
SI oS
s <, Isainan. rebate -n
b .nd
A (» Johnson, same
2 2 S
L.,i Sui't Institute fees
U 00
s J Warren. *.unstable
sa,e r
1 3 ' s
C A Hastings. Co treas tees
_ Î ,s
DISBt KSEMENTS
Hr*leemed warrants *>i

(.urrent expense M'nd
.
4, IS" 14
School fund........
7,971 48
t»eneral toad fund
22 SO
1 »ist rU t road fund
449 S S
10.741 42
Paid the City ot Lewish
1,208 7S
Halaiw e on hand April 8. i'.Mi
Apportioned in the following funds
f uirent expense funJ $ 272
( ountv road fund j9 1
Warrant redemption fund Hi
Institute fund ...... 132
General road fund........... 481
Bridge fund ....... 817
Redemption fund V247
Statt of I *iaho .*o
Si haul fund.................. 8.4*77
1 l) istrict road fund ............ l,92t>
unking fund lover
Respectfully submitted.
I' L slUOKI Y,
L. L. STRONG,
Undertaker
«,„/ Embalmer.
Room* in new Kichenberger block
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I Prescription i
t Drug Store :
V. C. McConville, Prop.
Prescription work a Soc
ially. A full line of th ug
gists sundries carrietl in
stiK'k,
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Dray and Express
XV. IÏ. MATIIKW8, Proprietor.
All orders promptly at -
I tended to. Telephone Nr. 25.
i Call or leave orders at
Golden : Star : Grocery
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HOTEL
DE FRANCE..
J. W. Dmidson & Co.
PROPR1RTORS.
( 'ompleted remodelled.
tiling firstclass.
Rates, $1 to $2 per Day
WeinharcU Depot
Main st., opp. Damns building.
UII7IS. PARKBR, Proprietor.
Old Hermitage,
amt oilier fine Castle
Whiskies, Imported
Wines, Brandy,
( tin and all varieties
of leading ease goods
together with ....
La Flora dc Alfonso,
and Fiesta de Oro Ci
K«rs, niul.......
W f: I N II A R D'S
b f: f; r ,
d*M nmck nt Wine*,
) pul'll*
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StarSaloon
W. L. Boise.
Fine w mes, I.iqnorsand Cigars.
Canadian Club,
Yellow Stone,
Fnvatc Stock,
Cyrus Noble's Hunter'# Rye,
<)ld Crow
And Monarch Whiskies
Meal American,
I.iIh-i tad tic Cuha,
Commodore I »ah and
Duke of Fahnen Cig.u
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Ale
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and Purler
•nip's Beer,
ar Beer.
A Few
Interesting
Facts. . .
When jK-oplc arc contemplating a trip,
whether on business or pleasure, they
naturally want the best servier obtain
able st» far as sja-etl, comfort and safety
arc concerned. Kmployees of the W is
CONSIN Central Disks are paid to
serve lhe public ami our trams arc
operated s.» as to make dose conmc
lions with diverging hues at all junc
tion punts.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Car
on through trains.
Dining Car service Unexcelled. Meals
served A LA Cartf..
In order to obtain tins fii*st class service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket
over . . •
THB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you will make direct connetions at
St Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all point* Fast.
For any further information call on any
ticket agent, or correspond with
Jas. C. Fond,
General Pass. Agent,
or Jas A. Clock, Milwaukee, Win.
General Agent,
246 Stark Street,
Portland. Oregon.
T!
Gr^ t
the° k .
I he surveyor'« chain made It I he
shortest transcontinental route.
It is the most modern in equipment.
It Is the heaviest railed line.
It ha» a Itock-Ballast Komi Led.
It cron es no Mund Deserts.
It was built without land grant or
Government aid.
It is noted for the courtesy of its eiu
ployccs.
tt is the only line serving meals on the
a la Carte plan.
Through Uu* gründe*! »oenery In
America by (laylight.
AttI'ucli vt* tour* during >ea*on of nav
igation on Ureal Lake» via Duluth, in
coinuvtion with Magnificent Putwen
ger steamer* North went and Northland
Kor map», ticket* and full informa
tion call on or addre*» or O. K. it N.
agent«, or
C 0. DIXON, Gen Agent
Jamison Bloek, corner Klvernide and
Mill St*., S|»)kane. Wa*h.
K. J. Whitney,
Minnesota.
U IV T. A., Ht. l'ail I
zf mxz*
y
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$C\xZ
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Pullman
Elegant
Tourist
Sleeping Cars.
Dining Cars.
Sleeping Cara.
St. Paul,
Miunea|>olis
Duluth
Fargo
to Gram! Fork»
Crook stou
Wiuuipt-g
Heleuu mikI
Butte.
THROUGH - TICKETS
TO
Chicago,
Washington, 1
Philadelphia,
New York
Boston and all
Points P'ast ami Sont,
For inlot niatlon, tunc cants,
maps and tickets, call on o» write
K B. Hooper, Agent.
—OK —
A. D. Charlton,
As-.t. Cen'l Pass. Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
TIMM 1 Aim.
KuhI It,mutt
No. Ml Im,- lullt ............'_':4n h. hi,
N,i 10, PasHeiiRi-r......... 7:0*1». in.
Wi-sl It- >11 nit —
No 5H, Kreighl ............10:85 ». ill
No. 0 . PaxMeiitwr........... '2.05 |i. H*.
©R&N
to thf;
EAST.
(live* Hit* eholce of
Two Transcontinental
ROUTES
is
to
arc
Great Oregon
North'n Ry Short Line
VIA VIA
si'okanf: salt lakh
MINNEAPOLIS DENVER
ST. PAUL OMAHA
AM) ANI)
CHICAGO KANSAS CITY
Ocean Steamer* have Portland every
Five Day* for
SAN FRANCISCO.
Commencing March ly, the (>.
R. N. steamers will leave he wist on for
Ripana at U.H0 p. lit. daily, eon
netting at Ri paria with tiains going hotl
cast aii*' wist. C. W. Mount, general
agent i.ewiston, Idaho.
W. H. HUHLBUHT,
A»*'t Gen I Fii»*engi*r Agent
Portland. < »reu on
Money to Loan
on good Farm.'*
Security ** e*
Terms Easy.'*.'*
. 1 /*/»/. r ro
D. W. GREENBURG,
Lewiston, Idaho

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