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\TM icDBÏMÏü, H. DENTIST. No charge for extracting when plate« are lU Teet1u 'cxtrueted by a new and nearly pain let* method. All work warranted us represented. Ojflee and residence cor. Cooa and Main «te., CR^G^VULF, IOAHO Daniil Worth. Orangeville. Ja». W. R«I>. Lewiston K IDA W O RT H, attorneys-at-law, R the State and Federal Courts of Idaho. practice in Idaho Obanokvillr, N. SCALE», ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. W. Practice in «41 the Couru et.-ept the I'ro hat* Court. Idaho. Mr Idaho, IRAN* B FOGG. L lawyer, Idaho Grangeville, ^ n. 8 H baffer, m n, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at City Drug Store, CRANGIVILLF ^_' A RAYMOND, E. IOAHO H. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Idaho. Grangeville, A MLB H. BABB, ATTORNEY. A l-LAW, Practica in ihr Slat* nnd Federal C Idaho and Washington. Owtê * CsmplstsSet of Abstract Hooks of Sor. Peres County. L.wiiton Nutioiml Bank Building. LLWlbTUN,__ _ _ K. FULTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Convayanclng and Land Business * Specialty. Complota Abatraot County. Offlca upatalra. Gran*. Building CRANCtV Lut . J i ts •! ;>• HO II Book» .of Idaho ;AHC Jersey House Grangeville, Idaho. J. M AUCH IN VOLK, Proprietor. Lewiston and Mt. Idaho Stag«« Office of Jects cost of for Fanitli<s and ftperial aocomniadations Transient. Traveler». Sample liaom for Commercial Men. not in will lly «applied with the best th. market affords. Tho Table is lib. the A GOOD BAR ROOM Is connected with the house where ell the choicest Wine.*, Liquors and Ciyars Ar« kept constantly on hand. Jub : - Printing Free Press Printing Office Of all kinds piompHy done at th* Lbttzr H *4»» -$*. to . IT V* M Nor* Hum- 18. P® p J* M Bill 11iam-$4, #5, $0. $<. M P* 1 ' R >pr****te the qual est Th- dif.i.»«* in price, itry ot paper. . work, local briefs. eoT.lope*, Mt • Hi, Min. Poster .... •r*. shipping t«gs, wav bills, psy esrds, stc.. *t reasonable rat*s. EXCHANGE SALOON, ot FRANK McGRANE, Propriotor. Keep« constantly on hand th. oel.brat.d A NO. 1 CUTTER WHISKEY. Also the clioh e«t l,rand, ot WINKS. LIQUORS AND CIOAKA A flue Billiard Table, « lub Rooms und vvsry eosTSuisBOS counected with th* so***. IOAMO GRANCf VI * F GRANGE VILLE drug store. W« sr* now rsady to do b«sin*ss with on* of the best stocks of PURE AND FRESH DRUGS That can bn found in a First .Class Drug Sturt Alsu a full 11 us of Druggists' Sund ries, Cigars Bosps, #tc. F. R. PEaRSON, Prop. C. M. DAT. J. N. RICE. Grangeville Livery Feed and Sale Stable Proprietor». HICE & DAY, Hay and Grain for Bela. Stock pastured. Team«, Drivers, Saddle Horte«. Always on hand. OARŒFUD ATTKNTION GIVEN TO STOCK. IDAHO GRANGEVILLE. f Shisslsr M. Crippin. CAMAS PRAIRIE SAW, PLANING & SHLNULE MILL SHISSUER, INGRAM & CO., Crop* Win. Iugram. ROUGH ANtl,DRESSED LUMBER Always on Hand. tirmin Vh.rinr C Thno inol, ti tiloliM Clomr Pickets, Ihre» inch, fl.HOalOO. - SHINGLES Rin SAWbù. All Claaoto of MIKADO THE SILVER MEN'S PLAN Will ! San sengers cial pan to cal the MAY OPPOSE ADJOURNMENT UNTIL AFTER CONVENTIONS MEET. Y. weeks and will may Washington, May 17.—The impression is absent growing about the capital that the silver will soon taae a position agaixxst dual adjournment before the national convoi tions meet. The movement embraces sil advocates In both houses and of all What the Senate Will Do Till* Week —Lively Dehnten Expected the Hoime. li "All mlssloner in ing. several it all way the them tion systems generate erful It for lighting. v< parties. There has been no formal agreement hange doubt that some far, but there has been a general of views and there Is of the leaders hold the opinion that It wi'l be w-lse to postpone adjournment until there shall be opportunity to know position the conventions will take on the financial question. h -t eciiMt of 4l»e Sen«!«*. F< i electricity. The present week In the senate bids ' m 0 f our to be given up largely to matters pertain ing to the District of Columbia. The con sidération of the "dollar gas bill" consume considerably more time and when it Is disposed of the district appropriation ill be taken up If it Is not cut out by the conference report of the legislative bill. It Is expected that the district appro priation bill will lead to considerable dis cusslon. There are numerous Items in •: i in ! private , to ,'i.l Japan." bill KING Fit nlversary XIII., the Cuban Later The found sides on been the first phro, insurgent at of who It Del der cato. The by pursued with upon of which will call for expanation and pro voke antagonism, not the least of whi in is the amendment changing the house provision cutting off the specific appro priations for charitable Institutions. It i* alleged that many of these concerns are sectarian and there will be have the house provision restored. It Is expected that there will be an effort to have the legislative, executive and ju dicial appropriation bill recommitted fo further consideration of the provision xr. regard to the United States commission ers, us the house provision which the sen ate conferees hâve accepted Is distasteful to many of the senators. It is expected that the conference report on the river and harbor bill will be made early in h week, but w hether this will consume muon time will depend upon how much of the senate additions the senate conferees may concede to the house. ihe senators the appropriations to the exclus! >n rf other business, and will have the fortifi cations bill ready to take up as the district bill and the conference other appropriation bills are disposed ot. They do not contemplate giving way to other bills except to those to which no opposition is made until the last <>f the appropriations shall be passed. There are still appropriation bills which have not received the attention of the senate. Thus* are the District of Columbia, fortifications • (Tort *o surgent Near still disposed to pre? in as n the N Three and general deficiency. The house wfill probably devote much of its time during the week to the consider atlon of conference reports on appropria tion bills. It is expected the conference val and liver an l both ness Island tailing dance cape lire a Jured. The sound In the west i'llE reports on both the harbor bills will be presented and lively fights are anticipated. The »enate amendments to the latter bill, placing half a dozen additional pro Jects under the contract system at a cost of $12,000,000, of opposition, and In case the senate doer the naval bill Ill attract the bulk not yield to the house in respect to the number of ships to be authorized, another attemp will be made by the economists of th reduction. bat tie house to agree to the senate' If the senate conferees yield, however the matter will be practically beyon l tn. Jurisdiction of the house. It may be the committee on rules will arrange for ho consideration of the Immigration bill this week if opportunity offers. The Murray Ulllott contested election case from t Fifth South Carolina district Is also sched uled for consideration this week, majority report unseats Klltott. Tomor ls committee suspension day and n variety of matters may be brought for Grove Tlx.* Ret : - a ward. IllIMHtKDS OF MEN FIGHT FUIE ■ ■ Ish of ,ple Are i«l P« Forest* Are llu I»« Leaving Their II M Davls, W. Va.. May 17.—All day long hundreds of men from all sections have bravely but ineffectually fought the for est fires, which at 7 o'clock tonight, af ter continuing 48 hours, burning more fiercely than ever. Luniber thls morning who estimated state as aged Min. •e, if possible, the but the the probable loss at $500,000, no amount has been exceeded, and are un willing to make any further predictions the will ing ot the loss. The middle fork tract la completely wiped out, and the adjoining forest Is now burning, the high shifting winds continue and the air is stifling with tho smoke and heat. The women and children from the moun tonlght arranging to The weather Is still dry c tain villages leave their homes to take refuge In the larger towns. BAIN WAS LIKE A CLOITIUI RST to ly mgr by High Water Joplin, Mo. Great Dm I» of Joplin, Mo., May 16.—This place was vis ited this morning by an extremely heavy rain,swelling Willow branch, which crosa the main street, to a width of 200 feet, and a height of six feet. Many business houses were flooded. Two hundred feet of the Pittsburg & Gulf railroad were wash ed out. Many mines dreds of men thrown out of work. Th toss Is fully $40,000. SB flooded, and A SfHOO.NF.R St'SK IX COI.MSIOX DAT. »f the Crew Saved. Five Membci Drowned mill Tw« K. Chicago. May 17.—The schooner Mary D. Ayer was sunk in collision with the steamer Onoko In Grosse Point, early this morning, and five members of her crew were drowned, twe being saved. *Those lost were: Captain Williams. Charles Matson, mate. Henry Shea. Tom Jones, seaman. « Lake Mlchitran, off TO A DOMAIN AXI> CH ATE Al GIVEX lteinenibereil In C Halle oral I lad > f Iler J util lee. London. May 17.—At the Marlboroueh house on Saturday In the presence of a dlstlnfiutshrd company Wales, on behalf of the subscribers, pre sented to Lady Halle a stiver Ivory cask et containing the deeds to a domain am chateau near Venice. Shisslsr the Prince of ! The presentation In commemoration of the Jubilee of the violinist, who made her debut at VI enna In 1846 as Wllhelmina Neruda, when only 6 years old. '-creditor, Thc Mare Xlghtlngal. Fell D.ad. £,ou'«vtlle. May 1B.-Ntghtlngale. tne fast mare owned by C. J. Hamlin of Buf tiloliM falo. fell dead this morning while being , 0|fKe( j Nightingale was one of the crack campaigners of the grand circuit, v«lu«d at Rt.M. as MIKADO SEMDS A COMMISSION IT Will Study the YYorklug* of Elec trleal 1'ower and Telephone*. San Francisco, May 17.—Among the pas sengers on the steamship China is a spe cial commission from the Mikado of Ja pan to study into the workings of electri cal power and the telephone systems xn the United States. The commission is CYCLONE posed of S. Mine, R. Natayama an . Y. Wadachi. They will be about two weeks In examining Into the telephone ' and electrical systems of San Francis jo. j Sacramento, Fresno and other cities, and will then proceed to eastern cities. They j may also visit Europe. They expect to bt absent from Japan six or seven months. | level IL Subetha, the o'clock through tion wore injured, "All over our empire now," said Com mlssloner Mine, "there is great Interest in electrical power and In electrical llgh; ing. Electricity has boen Introduced in several cities, but the government wains it all over the country. It is the same way with the telephones. We have seen the value of them and desire to have them generally adopted. It is our inten tion to study into the workings of bolh systems In the United States. We want to generate electricity from the many pow erful waterfalls in our country and use It for electric railways, general power and lighting. "Wherever we can we Intend to use The gether cinity. pot at Injury, graph by the On store large trolling electricity. It will, according to the ldeau? 0 f our government, be especially valuable to relb i in connection with our various public and ! private enterprises. It is our desire aUo , to utilize the long distance telephone In hall and tenda Japan." The Cary, liuraed. KING ALFONSO'S TENTH HIRTIIU NY Eliza Hayes, Cuban •veil Froi the Fit Rei house, . I Injuries. The Havana, May 17.—Today Is the tenth a nlversary of the birth of King Alfonzo XIII., and In order to celebrate that event the fines which have been laid upon the Cuban press have been removed. Later details have been received of the engagement near Limonar in Matanzas. The local forces of Limonar made a connaisance after the engagement found 19 more bodies of Insurgents be sides the bodies of 15 which we on the field. Reliable information has been received here by the authorities that the Insurgent loss Is much greater than at first believed, and that their leader, Ce phro, was seriously wounded, besides one insurgent captain being killed. The In dian Is also wounded. a province, at the farm of Gardon, three squadrons of cavalry surprised a band of Insurgents who left three killed when they retired. It is supposed the insurgent leader Del Gado, was killed or wounded. Captain Rapadan met the Insurgents un der Sangullly at Mount Caatellanar Agua cato. in Havana province, and killed four Insurgents. The column of colonel Alonzo, passing by Guinea de Nieranda in Santa (Mara, pursued a band of insurgents and came up with them six separate times, inflicting upon them a loss of 26 killed. The column of troops had four wounded. tilg blowi ip FIN Seneca, here passed ties, an death <1 left counties. Bern, surgent leader Near Punta Grava In Hav eca, cyclone third was 15 The house, the ings of night. $100,000. of M. ir The many fered, N NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH ly (ïel Ml Dancer* Ra Out of the Hall in Time. Three Hund Chicago, May 17.—Nearly half the bixsi ness portion of the suburban town of Blu Island was destroyed by fire today, together 26 buildings were consumed, cn tailing a total loss of about $160,000. Throe hundred people who were attending a I na j dance In Saenger hall had a narrow es- I have cape from death. The building caught I lire while the dance was in progress ami j found a stampede ensued. Many persons were I bruised, though none were seriously In J to Jured. j the The last of the escaping crowd rushed I through a cloud of smoke and heard the I sound of burning timbers behind them. I In spite of the efforts of the firemen a 11 I the buildings in Grove street between J me Western avenue and Henry street, the 1 ^ ay west side of Western avenue between | West Rev. have i'llE WHEAT CROP IN SPAIN J tims Rev. the that St. have Al n Grove and Vermont streets, and every building on the east side of Wester.i avenue were destroyed. l«l til* ipeot I* Dreary. n the Innect Pent tli, the I* Ret wee lit Washington, May 17.—Coming immedi tely upon the severe drain of resources aused by the Cuban rebellion, the Span to face the prospect ■ ■ Ish people have of an almost total loss of the wheat crop. _ j the aused by the drought and Insects. United States Consul Burke, at Malaga. af rites to the state department i. r Insect pest, as destructive to wheat as the phyloxera Is to the grape, has dam aged the crops in several provinces. re re drought, not only will hile owing to a the entire wheat crop be a total failure, but there will be a shortage of every the the un other crop of grain. The poor are suffering much, and unless the rain comes the wine and fruit crops will become a total loss, and great suffer ing and want will prevail throughout tne whole country. the the Is the to WILL RESUME BALLOTING TODAY ferenee Delegate* DI*ou**ed th«* Electl c the of lll*h«»iiH Y «•*!«* ni n> . Cleveland, May 17.—The delegates to the Methodist Episcopal general conference found time today to discuss politics !n ith the election of bishops. RST connection The failure of any of the leading candi dates to receive a two-thirds vote Inspired I In talk to the effect that a motion will he made tomorrow to change the rule so as to provide that the election shall be by a majority Instead of a two-thirds. It Is also said a motion will be made to elect three instead of two bishops. It is not believed, however, that either of these motions will prevail. The friends of Dr Buttz, Dr. McCabe and Dr. Cranston art still confident of the success of those can didates and much earnest electioneering has been done today and the contest wh n n the balloting Is resumed tomorrow U like ly to prove very spirited. I» vis feet, of Th Chicago, May 17.— E. V. Debs was named J a for the president of the United States by | the Chicago labor congress today. The 1 resolution provoked a discussion which I consumed three hours, but It was finally adopted by a slight majority. It was re- I cited In the resolution that as the cor- I poratlons, syndicates and trusts are seek- I ing to have presidential candidates nom- I In sympathy with the ex- | K. V. DKBS NAMED FOR PRESIDENT Mary the five twe « 'h l4*it6ro Labor Congre*» Emlitrne by R «•*«►! «î 1 1 III off Al inated, who isting order of industrial things, labor or ganized and unorganized should b* equally \ solicitous that a man be nominated who In known to be friendly to workers anl I of a pre cask am of wealth producer*. The congress exprès* ,.<] the belief that Debs is best fitted *o leader of the Industrial ! become the classes. of gu*p«*nde«l Rank Dtvld«*n«l*. I VI- Washington, May 17.-—Comptroller Eck- 1 when has declared dividends as follows: A first dividend, 16 per cent, in favor of tho | of th. First National bank of D.ad. South Bend. Wash., on claims proved tne amounting to »62,302.08. A first dividend, Buf- 16 er cont . in favor of the creditors of being ^e Bellingham Bay National bank of crack Whatcom, Wash., on claims proved v«lu«d . - SA» SM M amounting probable were killed nell, a year-old seriously John latter The ed with IT TORE AN UGLY GAP CYCLONE RASES A PORTION OF S \I1ETH Y. K %NS W trees. pletcdy side down gone. to the unroofed. card ' j j | null» tic \ ImII«mI. 1 *lied, nwd Rnwy Killed mid Injured. 1 Other T level IL A cyclone from ck Sabot ha at 7:30 , Subetha, Ivan., May 17. ithwest «tri is over the o'clock tins evening and tore an ugiy g*P through the business and residence por tion of the town, wore destroyed and several persons bu lly injured, two of whom will probub.y \N Miriteonn A score of buildings rho *d, to- village county, lage swept ties ple ( surgeons the lie. The Kook Island depot was r. gether with a dozen residences in its .i cinity. Five persons who pot at the time escaped without serious Injury, though Joseph Austin graph operator, w by the force of the wind. On Main street the front of nearly every store building i.Ti* In the de the t« le al blocks carl led sc blown In. Tonight SIN llh lanterns ai pa large force of men trolling the streets and doing .ill they . an The G. A. R. j Drunkei to relb ve the homeless. open to the Injuxvl hall has been throwi and all the doctors of the town are in at j * shot jured from are: Thomas i, nan; In the Mrs. A when upon volvers, Italian battery. him threats The when lowed tempted chased most of will tenda : WiUiarx The most serious. y Injured ai Cary, wife and eldest daughter, all lia, lly liuraed. the latter probably fatally: Mrs. vlll die; S. 1*. Eliza Murphy, colored, Hayes, burled beneath the ruins of his internal elk house, jaw bi'okox I Injuries. The family of E. Horton v In then hun the rho! side w. tilg brick block blowi yhIU cam i tumbling ininjured. it nnd tHe I, but all escaped ip IN.11 RED FIFTEEN KILLED, FIN E Seneca, Kim., Siiffcreil Terribly In Ihe Twister'» Gru*p. Kansas City, May 17.—Reports recel w 1 here indicate that the cyclone passed over Marshall and Nemaha co.x ties, Kansas, late tins evening swept* an unusually large territory, dealing death and destruction throughout the two b at hi ■ ; vvr ies fro counties. A dispatch to the Tli Bern, Nemaha county, reports that S *n struck by a eca, the county seat, cyclone at 7 o'clock this evening. One third of the residence portion of the to. vu was destroyed and five persons killed and 15 badly injured. The county's magnificent house, the town's big school house anl the Catholic church are among the build ings wrecked. Five hundred of the citizens of Seneca are reported to lie homeless t o night. The property loss is estimated at $100,000. The five dead are three children of M. V. Everlxes and two children of Pe X*t ew REl*C an ir Assuma cher. The cyclone »wept Frankfort, Marsh iU ty, and the reports indicate that, many other smaller settlements have suf fered, but up to this hour it has been im possible to get detailed accounts damage. to ed White clal ver f tlv IURYINU THE DEAR AT SHERMAN a I na j 0 today, although many thousands es- I have followed It from one end to the other, I io a. m. a detached arm and hand were j found in a ravine near the Washlngti I avenue bridge. It is believed to belong In J to the badly mutilated body of j the colored victims who was killed in I Houston street, four blocks away, the I There have been but two deaths In the I hospitals in the last 24 hours—Miss Sophia 11 I pierce and Mattie Lake, colored. Inter J me nts of the storm victims were made l«j the 1 ^ ay a t the following cemeteries, respec | tlvely: Miss Pierce and Mattie Lake at West hill, Mrs. M. Lyman at St. Mary a, Rev. J. D. Shearer and wife at Mt. Arara*. Sympathetic visitors to the cemetery have fairly covered the graves of the vie J tims with garlands and flowers today. Rev. Wilson, chairman of the relief com mlttee, was this afternoon Informed by the sister superior of St. Joseph's convent that she had Instructions from Blshcp Dunne of the diocese of Dallas to turn the convent into a hospital and do all »ho could to alleviate the suffering of the it Ti led lut« St. Joseph** Conv pltal b y the lllshop's Order. Shernxan, Tex., May 17.—No more bodies have been found In the track of the tor If A \i 10 of dty. plete total The the a in til* v< crop. rounded. Religious service« were generally ab doned to day, the clergy and their »• _ j speetive congregations being engaged the hospitals. .n dam will DEATH AND RUIN IN KENTUCKY hile every illy of Six I'ernonn Killed at Klva. Whole Fa unless crops tne Louisville, May 17.—A special to the Courier-Journal from Benton, Ky., Bays: A terrible cyclone passed over the north west corner of this county this morning about 1 o'clock, doing damage to every thing In its path. At Elva it tore down the house of Anderson Jones and killed the entire family, consisting of Jones, n.s wife, his two sons and two girls. Five sent to Elva today and the th«* coffins w« Jones family were burled in the same The tornado came out of Graves the !n grave. county, via Symphonla, where two stores were demolished, two churches and one school house were torn down, besides barns, stables, fences, and leaving rum candi I In Its path, he as by a It Is elect not these Dr art can wh n n like TOWN OF FRANKFORT WRECKED !«•«** and Three C'harel»« Many Renld lo Atom*, <•* III Frankfort, Kan., May 17.—At 6 o'clock this evening a terrific cyclone swept down upon the town of Frankfort from the southeast. Everything in the north an I west ends of the town w Probably threescore of build completely wrecked. lngs were razed to the ground. Some of the best residences of the town were blown to atoms. Reports coming In from the country where heavy damage has be.?n done will materially swell the loss. Many are reported painfully Injured, but so far as known no one has been killed. Many head of horses, cattle and other stock have been killed. The Methodist named J a nd Christian churches were demolished by | an d the Presbyterian church badly wreck The 1 ed. Scores of people were left homeless which I and are being cared for tonight in pub finally i| c halls and in the homes of the morx re- I fortunate citizens. cor- I Those most seriously Injured are: Henry seek- I Kennedy, P. Cudmore, Mrs. Moran, Mrs nom- I Arthur and two children, Jack Rodger*, ex- | Captain B. B. Todd. The small number of casualties Is ac ted for by th'e fact that nearly all the people fled to their cellars and cyclone or equally \ cow who anl I caves Reports oom'.ng In from Vllets and Sen aca say the cyclone was severe at those points. The latest estimates are that full/ 100 buildings have been destroyed in the town and surrounding country. exprès* *o Industrial I - Eck- 1 TOOK KVERY'THING BEFORE IT A - of tho | Terrible Wreck Left by tbe Cyclone bank of K S™*'!?' proved Seneca. Kan., May 17.-A devastating dividend, tornado passed through this city from the of ! southwest to northeast this evening at C bank of o'clock. Everything In Its path was com proved pletely wrecked. Couriers from the coun- try report gr«»t damag« to property and probable loss of life. In this city four were killed and a number Injured, killed are a boy and a girl of M. B. Con- | nell, a boy of M. E. Voorhees and the 15- ' year-old boy of Peter Assenmaohers. The | seriously Injured are M. E. Voorhees. ■ John Belahaw and Alonso Hawley. The • latter will not recover. The streets ed with debris of The I I Aik! » Impassable, being block- | buildings and fallen trees. The Grand opera house Is com- I pletcdy demolished. The roof and west ; side of the $50,000 court house are blown . down and the roof of the high school Is: gone. Twenty-five residences are razed J to the ground and buildings Innumerable l unroofed. Three children of James Sher- j card were killed. The damage lit this city . - , is over $200,000. \N ENTIRE VILLAGE DEMOLISHED ivr lllavvHtlin for the Miriteonn Seom* of tlie Disaster. Hiawatha. Kan., May 17.—Two couriers rho have Just arrived from Reserve, a village In the northeastern part of Brown county, report that everything in the vil lage was demolished by the cyclone which swept over Marshall and Nemeha coun ties this evening. They report many peo ple Injured, 10 or 12 very seriously. Six ( surgeons have left hexe for the scene of the disaster. . SIN WERE SHOT, MANY' INJURED j Itallaiin I lut ru « mI the Croml Mt m Hull Gttl Drunkei j Hazleton, l*a., May 17.—Six persons * shot and a number of others seriously in jured during a riot at McAdoo, four miles from here, this afternoon. The Injured are: Thomas Ward, shot In the knee; Thomas Kalrns, shot in the arm; James Muldowncy, finger blown oft; Burke Br n i, shot in the shoulder; James Bren nan; shot In the arm; Mary Burke, shit In the back: Antonio Pizzlo, nose broken; Mrs. Rose Vlechio, scalp wounds. A game of baseball was In progr. when a gang of drunken Italians charged upon the players and spectators with re volvers, clubs and stones. Last night an Italian had been arrested for assault and battery. A number of young men took him from the constable and unmercifully Italians hearing of this threatened revenge. They fulfilled their threats today. The first inning had just been finish •.I when there was a pistol shot. It was fol lowed In a few minutes by a promiscuous discharge of firearms. The crowd at tempted to run away, but the Italians chased them, discharging their pistols n*i*l throwing stones. The foreigners were al most mad with rage and blazed away in cessantly until the police arrived. Several of the Italians were arrested and nrwr will be taken Into custody tomorrow. vere In 1 The b at him. ■ ; vvr *n a vu and anl o at Pe X*t REl*C II LIC ANS OF NORTH CAROLINA ed, n r Silver De id RentorutL landed. Melilnley lud Raleigh, N. C., May 17.—In the repuhli an convention yesterday, the delega'os ttional convention were lnstruru MoKinley. They are Senator iU that, suf im to the ed for Pritchard, James E. Boyd, George E. White and Claude M. Bernard. The finau clal plank leads: "We favor the use of gold and silver a? standard money and the restoration of sll ver to Its functions axid dignity as a money metal." tlv were in the l«j at a, vie today. com by Blshcp the »ho the tor A BIG FIRE AT ATLANTA, G A. \i Midnight Last Muht It AVun Still lug Fie •ely. II Atlanta, Ga.. May 17.—The most serious conflagration this city has experienced In 10 years broke out shortly before 11 o'clock tonight in a block in tho center of the of dty. lidnlKht the fire had made a com plete sweep of the block, and was threat ening; to spread across Decatur street. The total loss on the Markham house block Is probably *300,1X10, largely At vered by In surance. COUNT VON KOTZE IMPRISONED The Donfrhty D A 161» I •111*1 Can't Fill III for Tur Y London, May 17.—A Berlin dispatch to the Standard says: A military court has sentenced Count Kotz«? to two years imprlsonrmmt in a fortress as a punishment for hi« duel with Baron Von Sehrader, which resulted in the death of the latter. v< »• General trade Is not brisk at New leans, and the volt expectations. .n R. H. HARTMAN, Himikc, Sinn Hint Carriage PAINTER. l*«p«r Hanging, Decorating and IiibIiI. Flnlih a Specialty. Idaho. Grangtville, ORTHERN N PACIFIC Vt.P R u □ N S Pullman Sleeping Cm Dining Cars I Elegant Tourist A Sleeping Car ST. PAUL MINNE APO l' DULUTH F ARGO GRAND T^ RKV cro5k5¥on Winnipeg HELENA BUTTE ac all TO THROUGH TICKETS TO - CH OCO w.hMlMGTON Pnl ".DELPHIA ..'vv YOHK BOSTON AND ALL X the ' PINTS EAST »»d SOU Ttj Passenger staemers leave Riuaria Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:45 m. after arrival of train, arriving at Lewiston at 8 p. m. same day. Leave l^ewlston Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at 12 o'clock noon, arriving at Riparia m.. connecting with IT the , C ( com coun- and I same day at 8 p. train. For full particulars call on or addresa F W. KKTTE.VBACH, Agent, Lewiston, Idaho. Or W. H HURLBURT, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or. i LhWISTON AND MOUNT IDAHO STAGE COMPANY EZRA BAIRD, Proorietor. Handsome Four Horse ( ouches Make the trip a Pleasant Aik! Comfortable one. Arrive Cotonwood . Arrive Denver .. Arrive Orangeville TIME CARD. .4 a. .3 p. nx. (S urnmer Schedule.) m. Leave Orangeville . Arrive Denver . Arrive Cottonwood . Leave Lewiston . .4 a. m. .5 :S0 a. m. ...,7 a. ra. .6 p. _5 p. m. ....6 p. ni. Arrive Lewiston. Engage Your Seats in Advance. The Bank of Camas Prairie Grangeville, Idaho. The only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County. CAPITAL STOCK : Fully Paid : $50,000. OFFICERS: PRESIDENT. VICE PRESIDENT. CASHIER. F. W. KETTENBACH, A. FRE1DENRICH, W. W. BROWN » DIRECTORS: HENRY WAX. F. W. KETTENBACH. P. H. READY. GEO. REIBOLD. A. FREIDENRICH. JAMES EDWARDS. FRANK M'GRANE. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits Money to Loan on Long and Short Time. Exchange Bought and Sold. A General Banking Business Transacted The Patronage ot the People of Idaho County is Respectfully Solicited. IDAHO PACKING AND MILLING GO. — Successors to COTTONWOOD PACKING AND MILLING CO., . . Pork and Beef Packers . . have now on hand a full supply of Fmsli Pork, Chops anil Boasts, Fresh Spare Ribs, Temlerloin Pork Sausage, Pig Tongu s, Pigs Feet. Choice Leaf Lard, Have all kinds of BACON on hand. Call at the Packing House or send order by mail, which will receive prompt attention. Prices Lower than ever before on the Prairie. Come and see us. W. W. BROWN INSURANCE AGENT REFRESFNTS MANCH LSI KR, of Kngland. CALI U •>! t, of Scotland. Il A M lit Rti-uRl MEN, of Germany. NI AG Ali A. nt New Y ork. IP »Ml, of New Yoik. «... LONDON KANcE CORPORATION, of hngtand. HOME Ml I I AL, of San Franc aco. Policies Written and delivered on Application at Lowest Rates. FARM BUILDINGS A SPECIALTY. NEW DRUG STORE DR. E. H. SHEAFFER, - - Proprietor, GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO. A FULL LINK OF . . Drugs, Patent Medicines, Per fumery and Toilet Articles. Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. BANK OP GRANGEVILLE VOLLMER, SCOTT & C0„ GRANGEVILLE. IDAHO. $500,000. RESOURCES All Business Intrusted to us will hive Prompt and Careful Attention. î 1HARLMS R PITTMAN, -! Civil Engineer. I dull». More nee. J. W. BONEBRAKE, Watchmaker - - - — and Jeweler ORANGEVILDE, IDAHO. Wetchee. Clock« and Jewelry of all kind« repaired with neatneee end dls patoh. A One «election of watches and Jewelry ef all kind« for sale at prices te suit the time«. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 8UÖ. 18B8. ...PIONEER... Saw and Planing Mill, C. F. BROWN, Proprietor. Keeps oonstantly on hand a supply of Flooring, Rustic, Shlplap, Celling and all kinds of rough end dressed lumber of good duality and at reasonable prices Two miles south of till ANUKvll.I.I . IDAHO. E. S. SWEET. at Saw and Planing Mill, Cottonwood] Idaho Reap oonatantly on hand all classas of Rough and Finished Lumber, •anted edge-gralnad Flooring a Specialty. PRICES ON APPLICATION. ; î Blanks For Sale* H We Keep Constantly on Hand Warranty Deads, Quit Claim Deeds, Real Estate Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages, Mining Deeds, Mining Bonds, Quartz and Placer Location N*tlc««, Iron-clad Note Books, Receipt Books. Drafts and all kinds of convey ances and LaDd Oflce Blanks. hj mail «ill re.eiTeprem|>ta**«Btiea FREE CRESS OFFICE, Iiron ft rill *, lémko. f ■ Ordei . PALA.CE HOTEL, The Traveling Public and Transient Guests generally will find Superior Accommodations at tho I*A LACK HOTEL The comfort and convenience of guests will be the main consideration In the conduct of tho Houso, and our patrons will receive tho worth of their money. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. GOOD TREATMENT. CHARGES REAS ONABLE SAMPLE BOOM. HENRI 8. JONES & BON. Proprietor«. Grangeville, m of all of Ï J. F. AILfiH». Notary Public. W. A. HALL, Notary Public. ^ILSHIE & HALL, LAWYERS. Will practlc* in all th* Stats and F*d*ral All business given courts of Idaho, prompt and careful attention. Office up stairs la Grange Block. Grangeville aad Mt. Idaho. Idaho 1LAGETT, McNAMEE & MORGAN, c i A TTORNEYS-AT.LA W, MOSCOW, IDAHO. of Practice In all the Courts of the Stota. Rooms I, 7 and 10, Whlta'a Block, Msaaa w , Idaho.