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leal Estate and Mines
it Houses, lots and lands for sale, located in the cities of Lewiston and Vineland. Farms, ranches, fruit and pine lands located in the states of Washington and Idaho Choice gold propositions, located in the Pierce City, Musselshell, Elk City, Dixie; and Florence Turning districts, to bond or sell. Investments made for capitalists and investors on approved properties of real merit The locating of Nez Peree reservation lauds for settlers promptly attended to. Official and notarial business transacted. Conveyances, deeds and mortgages made and acknowledgments taken. Scrip of all kinds for locating pine lauds and government lands, at lowest market price. • Correspondence solicited. Address J. N. STACY & CO., lamas Block ^ t Lewistpn, Idaho F. W. Kettenbach, FiratanB: M Loans. Lewiston, Idaho. i. A AAAAA&AAAA Ai e. G. KRESS, Jeweler it Watchmaker. REPAIRIMO A SPECIALTY. Main Street, Post of (ice Block. [CITY DRUG STORE A full line of Drugs and Druggist's Sundries constantly on hand. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. [Or. E. G. Brown & Go. PROPRIETORS. I West Main Street. Lewiston, Idaho Nothing like it! That is what everybody says about the WELSGERBER Strictly a first class article and absolutely pure. Can lie bad iu keg or bottle. The (SallVornla Brewery. |Dray and Express W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor. All orders promptly at tended to. Telephone No. 25 Call or leave orders at v Golden : Star : Grocery r. E. TEXIER, THE PIONEER GROCER. A full line of select family Groceries. Fruits and vegetables in season. Good value for your money. Prompt delivery. Mala Stret. betwcea 2»d sad 3rd. MOHR PORTAGE ROAD COMING. So Says Paul Mohr, Manager, la ao Interview at Spokane. The Paul Mohr portage road will lie running by July 15th says Manager Mohr to the Chronicle at Spokane Tuesday. In contrast to the former announce ment that the company would operate five ltoats, it is now announced that three more will be built this fall. At first the expectation was to run three boats this season. Then the outlook grew brighter, and it was seen that five would l>e needed to handle the trade, and now it has been decided that even five will not be enough and three more will have to be added to the upper river. Mr. Mohr was seen by a reporter for •the Chronicle at the hotel and asked how soon he thought the road would be ready for operation. "We will be ready by the 15th of July," said he. "The exact date has not yet been set, but it will be some time l>e tween the ist and 15th." "How near completion is the portage road?" was asked. "The men are working at the tracklay ing and have that about completed. It will be finished within the next ten days. Our rolling stock has, of course, all been purchased and will fje on the ground by the time the tracklaying is completed, and the road will then be about ready to start." "Are all five of the boats ready for op eration?" "We are' just putting the final touches on them. They will be ready in plenty of time. Youamight say that they are ready now." Have your storehouses and stations along the river been completed?" "Yes, they are ready and we will begin to use them very soon." How soon will you commence to hire men for the operating of your line?" "Our men have all been engaged and will be on hand ready to start as soon as we are ready." What can be said of the success of the company in securing contracts with the farmers?" Well, I can say that we have heen more successful than we even expected. We have all our contracts signed and are not making any now. We have enough contracts for the hauling of grain to keep our road busy for the next two years and to guarantee us a good profit. However, the contracts will be the smallest partion of our traffic. There are other large shipments which we will have to handle such as fruit, for which we have taken no contracts. We have taken contracts for nothing except grain, so the outlook is most gratifying. We have decided to build three more boats this fall to be put in commission then." "Will they be used on the upper or lower river?" "We now have two boats on the lower river aiid three on the upper river. The two on the lower river will be able to handle everything there and the three extra ones will be put on the upper river, making six there'and two below. Of course we will use some barges, as we expected." for lic for a on a Commissioners Proceedings. Called term met June 25, 1900. Board meets pursuant'to order made June 18, 1900. Present. S. G. Isaman, chairman; W. A. Black, com. 2d diet; A. G. John son, com. 3d dist; P. E- Stooky, clerk, by J. A Gill, deputy. County auditor requested to file with clerk of board of commissioners a list of all property now owned by the county, having been bought for taxes. On report of W. A. Black, commis sioner for 3d. district, the board accepted the joint county bridges across the Big Potlatch river at Kendrick and Juliaetta, first securing a bond from Wm. Oliver, contractor-on said bridges, in the sum of $1500 indemnifying the «ounty against any liens that may be filed against the It by to county for labor or materials consequent upon the construction of said bridges. Whereupon the claim of said Wm. Oliver, contractor, in the sum of $146«. 00 for construction of said bridges was ex amined and allowed in full and auditor authorized to draw warrants on Bridge fund in payment of same. Lake House Now Open. Thomas Oliver, proprietor of the Lake House, Walia, desires to state to the pub lic that his summer resort is now open for the season. Those desiring to spend a few days or months at some mountain resort during the hot season can find no nicer or more convenient place in this section than the Lake House. Just 23 miles from Lewiston and situated on the beautiful Lake Waha, it should be a ver itable paradise for those who desire to escape the heated term iu the lower alti tude. Fine fishing and abundance of game are some of the attractions Those desiring to make the trip to the Lake House can leave theij- orders with Ed Fountain at the Hotel Grand, where ar rangements have been made for their transportation. 86-im. —Cudahy's Celebrated Rex brand of hams and bacon at Wildenthaler's. —Gold Medal lea, the choicest blend on the market at Wildenthaler's. Our Clearwater flour Is well known as a bread maker. Lewiston Milling Co. Ltd. .Insist on getting Century Patent of your grocer if you want to make white bread or fancy pastry. Call and see the new designs for bed room chairs at the Lewiston Furniture and Undertaking company's store. —Wildenthaler delivers fresh Bread twice a day all over the city. Leave orders with the delivery man for groceries. Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice. FOR RENT. A'front office room in the Wildenthaler block. S. Wildenthaler. - FOR SALE. Fletcher Hotel. Doing a fair business. Good reasons for selling. Address John Bielby, Fletcher, Idaho. KENTUCK FERRY. The Kentuck ferry is back at its old place, at the mouth of Hatwai on Clear water. M. L. Goldsmith Co. FOR SALE. House and lot 130 foot front on Snake River avenue. S. Wildenthaler. NOTICE. The Prescription Drug store is now lo cated at the place formerly occupied by the Fashion. Captain Schattner, well known as a competent and thorough pharmacist, personally compounds all prescriptions and privat^recipes, thereby insuring that thoroughness so essential in all prescription work. PEACE DECLARED. Why devote all your time reading about the Boer war and the gold fields of Alaska? There are other matters of vital importance. You may make a trip east l will waut to know how to travel. In order to have the best service nse the Wisconsin Central Railway between St. Paul and Chicago. For rates and other information write James A. Clock, Gen eral Agent, Portland, Oregon. 47tf Notice to taxpayers of delinquent PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES. Lewiston, Idaho, June 30.1900 Herewith I call your attention to Sec tion 2040 of the Revised Statutes of Idaho: The assessor must perform ail the du. ties required and imposed by law in the assessment ot 'Ell property for taxation. He* is ex-officio tax collector, and is authorized and required to receive and collect all per capita and poll taxe» and all taxes assessed upon real and personal property as provided by law, and he has powers provided by law to enforce the collection and payment of all such taxes." According to the duties and the obliga tions of my office, I must and I will en force the collection and payment of all such taxes. St a as Spbkkrr, Assessor and Tax'Collector. NOTICE 10 F REPAIR OF COUNTY BRIDGE. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an order made by the Board of County Commissioners of Nez Perce county, Idaho, at tlieir regular April, 1900, term, on the third day of said term, April nth, 1900, bids for the repair of county bridge across Cow Creek, near Leon Station, iu road Dist. No. 3, in said county, will be received by said board, from this date till the 1 ith day of July, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m. Said bridge shall l>e so repaired as to make it iS feet in width. Said bids shall specify the amount of new material to be furnished in tile repair of said bridge. Said board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Lewiston, Idaho, June 7th, 1900. P. E. Stookky, Clerk of the Board of Co. Connus. By J. A. Gill, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE ISSUE OF COUNTY FUNDING BONDS. Notice is hereby given that in pur«i ance of a resolution adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of Nez Perce County, at its adjourned April meeting on May 22, 1900, funding bonds of the said county to the amount of $55,000.00 will be issued under date of July 1, 1900. The bonds to lie payable any time after ten and before twenty years, at the option of the Board of County Commissioners. The said bonds will !>ear interest at tin rate of five per cent per annum, payable semi-annually on January 1 and July t of each year, and will lie made payable at the office of the New York Security and Trust Company, New York. The said Itonds are i-sued to fund and in exchange for that amount of outstanding county warrauts. Bids for the said Ixmds in ex change for such outstanding warrauts will !>e received by the Board of Commission ers until 10 o'clock a. m .July 12 1900. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids offered lor said bonds. Lewiston, Idaho, May 22, 191x1 S. G. ISAMAN, Attest: [ L.S.] . E. Stookey, Clerk. Chairman. I Stenography and Typewriting. All Work Done Promptly. Adrian R. Sweet. Biiniard Block. •ty **»****«« TEETH Full Set $ 7.00 Full set aluminum, lined, up ..$10.00 Gold Fillings....................$ I $0 up Silver Fillings.....................50c up Amalgam Filling................... 50 c up Cement Filling».................. 50c up Latinum Fillings ............ $1 up Extraction............................... 50c Special rates on Crown and Bridge work. These rates during June and July only. All work warranted. Dr. H. C. Littooy. Dentist ► Opposite White Front Stables, Main St. ^ is HOUSE Now Open for the Season of 1900 & Summer : Resort Fine Fishing, Boating and Hunting o* J* Cottages for Rent. Thos. Oliver, " Waha. Ida. 1 StarSaloon 1 W. L. Boise. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Canadian Club, Yellow Stone, Private Stock, Cyrus Noble's Hunter's Rye, Old Crow And Monarch Whiskies. Ideal American. Libertad de Cuba, Commodore Dale and Duke of Palmen Cigars. Ale and Porter Lemp's Beer. Star Beer. Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice. Houses tor Sale. Large modern house. Lot 100x400 on Main street; also large house, anil lot about 100x125, near town. Inquire of James E. Babb, Lewiston National Bank building ELECTRIC LIGHT NOTICE. Commencing Ju>'e 1, the Lewiston Light Co. will resume their day service. Anyone desiring electric fans should leave their orders with W. A. Smith, superintendent. All light consumers should see that their lamps are shut off during the day to save the life of tlieir lamps. amp r.S-tf S. H. Reeii, Secy. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY NONE BETTER SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS PALACE DINING, SLEEPING AND OBSERVATION CARS. MEALS-A LA CARTE TOURIST CARS OF THE LATEST DESIGNS Close connection Hast anJ West-bound at Spokane with trains of the O. K. & N. Com pany. Direct connection at St. Paul, without change of depot, with ail trains fur Chicago, New York, Boston Philadelphia, Omaha und all points West and South. Leaves Spokane daily for Hqast at 10:15 a.m. Leaves Spokane paily for West at 7:45 p, m. West-bound trains make direct connection for Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco and all points on the Sound. Hast-bound trains, during the season of navigation, connect at Duluth with the mag nificent steamships Northwest and North land of the Northern Steamship Company operated in connection with the Great North ern Railway. For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of the O. R. & Company, or to F. 1 . Whitney, H. a. Jackson, Gen'l Pass. & Tkt. Agt. St. Paul, Minn. ^ Range Meat Maiket. DILL BROTHERS, Prop*». Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. Sausages and Fancy Meats a specialty. We would be pleased to receive a portion of your patronage _ Bast Main Straat. Lewiston, la» M. Donzac & Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable. (Martin Collin'* Old Btand) Lewiston, Idaho. LIVEBY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will (receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17. 1 Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. 8. Wildenthaler, Prop. Preah bread every day. oar awn special delivery. Main Street. ttffttffttft » Choice groceries, aats, readies, pastry and traits. Telephone No. 28. Lewiston Meat Market, TEL. 117 FISCHER-THOMPSON COMPANY, Prop«. Dealers. in. All. Kinds. of. Meats. POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON. Highest price paid for live stock. Courteous treatment Prompt de. 1 very. Kettenbach building, Lewiston, Idaho. of L. L. STRONG, Undertaker and Embalmer. Rooms in new Eichenberger block. HOTEL DE FRANCE. W. H. Davidson proprietors. Completed remodelled. Every tiling firstcluss. Rates, $1 to $2 per Day . j j WeinharcUDepot Main si., opp. Damas building. 6HHS. PARKER, Proprietor. Old Hermitage, and other fine Castle Whiskies, Imported Wines, Brandy, (Jin and all varieties of leading case goods together with .... La Flora de Alfonso, and Fiesta de Oro Ci gars, and....... WEINHARD'S BEER, Comprehend a first-class stock of Wines. Liquors and cigars which I offer to the Lewiston public. CHAS PAKKHK H. T MADCWICK, tailor ai Mir I.RWISTON, IDAHO.