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I'BOFKSSIONAL CARDS.
M. McDEBil ID,
H.
DENTIST.
No charge for extracting wheu plates are
iaserted,
Teeth extracted by a new and nearly pain
less method.
All work warrants«!
represented.
Office and residence cor. Coon and Main sts.,
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO
Daniel Worth,
dränge ville.
J am. W. Hum,
Lewistou.
j^KID & WORTH,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
tin« Slat«, and Federal Court* ol
Idaho.
Practice it
11> AH
(Jranue yii.i.k,
N. SCALES,
W.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Practice« in all the Court« except-the Pro
bat* Court.
lUAUO.
Mr. Idaho,
JjlRANK E. FOGG,
LAWYER,
Idaho
Gnngeville,
H. SHBAFFBIl, M !>..
E.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at City Drug S.ore,
CHANCf VILLE
IDAHO
A RAYMOND,
H.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Idahc.
Grangeville,
TAMES E. BABB,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
the State and Federal Court« cl
Idaho ami Washington.
0U716 jt ('ompfote Set of Abstract Hook-,
of Nez l*tree County.
Lewistou National Bank Buiiding,
LtWlSTON,
Practice« i
ID» HC
F. FULTON,
ft.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Conveyancing and Land Business a
Specialty.
Complete Abstract Books of Idaho
County.
Office upstairs, Grange Building.
CRANCEViLLf.
I ) A HO
Jersey House
Grangeville, Idaho.
J. M- A-UCHINVOLK,
Proprietor.
Office of liowistou uud MX. Idaho Stages
Hpeeiol accommodation« for Families aad
Transient Travelers.
Sample Room for Commercial Men.
Tiie Table is liherall.v supplied with the lies'
the market affords.
A GOOD BAB, ROOM
Is connected with the
house where all the
choicest
Wine?, Liquors andCiears
Are kept constantly »»u hand.
Job
Printing
Free Press Printing Office
Of ail kinds promptly
done at tke
Letter Mead« -$5, , |7, p«»r M
Note Hba*«— |3, ft. fi per M
Bill It rads— f4. fS, ffi, $7, f* per M.
Tie diff«r«n<Hi in prices represent« the q««l
i$j of pap«r.
Paster work, legal brief«».
•rs shipping tag«, way
earJ«, etc., at reasonable rat««.
Y«lnpes. 4o4g
hilln, pay roll«, time
EXCHANGE SALOON,
FRANK McGRASB, Proprhtoi.
Keep« constantly on hand tho nelebrated
A NO. 1 CUTTER WniSKF.Y.
Aino th« ohoi «t brnnH« of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
A flu« Billiard Tahl«, Club Roam» nml »T»r»
conr«ni»uoe cennected with th« hon...
CRANCf VII.LF
IDAHO
GRANGEVILLE
DRTJG- STORE.
We ar« now ready to do bssiness with one o*
th« best stocks of
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
That cau bo fonmi ii
First - Class Drug Stör«
Also a full li
of Druggist«'S«udci««, Cigars
Soaps, «te.
F. R. PEaRSON, Prop.
C. M. DAT
J. N. RICE.
Grangeville
Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
Proprietor*'
RICE & DAY,
I
Hay and Grain for Sale.
Stock pastured. Teams,
Drivers, Saddle Horses,
Always on hand.
CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
STOCK.
GRANGEVILLE.
IDAHO
M. Orippin.
F. Shitisier
Win. Ingram.
CAMAS PRAIRIE
SAW. PLANING &
SHINGLE MILL
SHISSMER, INUnA.il & CO., Frops.
All t'lasses of
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMliEK
Always on Hand.
Cunt Edge Grain F faring.
Char rickets, Three inch , $1.50*100.
SHINGLES RIF1 SAW hi).
CONFLAGRATION AT HOPE
of
ed
of
a
III ILDING« ON M \ IX STREET XXII
H Nil.KOMI MEM EIN NNHKM.
OniiNrer Still Exist« for the Ken«
Ac***«
if
it of til«*
the T«
NX lull.
Hope, Idaho, June 11.—A fire broke out
here this afternoon about 3:50, originating
in the Northern Pacific Steam Laundry,
owned by the dining car department. The
town is built on the mountain side, unci
in a few moments the flames spread tu
the buildings on Main street and Rail
road avenue. Although men, womt-n and
children turned out and fought the fire,
but few buildings west and north of the
laundry were saved for a distance of over
a block.
The Pend d'Orellie hotel, owned by K.
Wanemaker, was one of the iirst build
ings destroyed. His large general mer
chandise store, town hall, warehous*.
butcher shop and a building occupied b>
Mrs. Mills us a dressmaking parlor and
lesidence.
The next burned was a small building
used by N. G. Sisson as a warehouse.
Next to this building was the Examiner
printing office of J. W. Settle, Black's
tailor shop and Odd Fellows' hall. These,
together with the paraphernalia and fur
niture of the Odd Fellows, A. O. U. W.
O. R. C. and O. T. M. were destroyed, a
Pible ami small stand being all that wa.*
saved.
Dr. Martin lost all of his stock of drugs,
gentlemen's furnishing goods, notions,
etc., together with ull of his household
and kitchen furniture.
N. G. Sisson, proprietor of a large met
chandlse store, lost buildings, household
goods and kitchen furniture, and almost
everything in the store.
The Twin Wo Company, Chinese mer
chants, lost a large two-story building,
merchandise, etc.
O. C. Smith lost resilience, lodging
building occupied by China
is
al
house ami
men as a gambling and lodging house.
Among the buildings arid contents de
Steam laundry; total loss.
Mrs. Heady's lodging house; total loss.
J. C. Mc.Dougald's residence; total loss.
W. J. Piling, residence; total loss:
K«i Gunn, residence; total loss.
Perry Morgan, residence; total loss.
C. T. McElvaney, residence; total loss.
Several small shacks and the section
house were destroyed. Little furnitur*
was saved from any of these buildings.
K. Wanemaker's loss is about $20,000; N
G. .Sisson, $15,000; Dr. Martin. $10,000; Twin
Wo Company, $20,000; O. C. Smith, 83000,
J. W. Settle, $3000; T. F. Roby, $800.
Highland avenu
owned by T. F. Roby, Conductor Quinn.
Rev. Roth, Fireman Hanson and Miss
French were destroyed with most of t.hei
contents. All of the type, job press, sta
tlonery and some of the household good
in the Examiner office were saved.
« Still Hu
The fire is still burning, and in case th
wind shifts from the east to the west the
whole town may be destroyed. Severa'
houses have been scorched and many men
expect to work all night to save them.
one hundred thousand dollars will no
»•over the loss. Giant powder was use
to good advantage In blowing up severa
small buildings, thus stopping the ad
■e of the flames.
Most of the business
Hotels, lodging houses and restaurants
•e doing a rushing business. Hut few
accidents resulted. A. F. Lindsey had his
coliar bone broken.
The resident*
In«.
will rebuild
FOR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT

ill
14 Ion a Tn k«» Pin«*«* In |)oi
Ion of Cnnn«ln.
di
Montreal, Can.. June 15.-No
members of
necessary by the reeent dissolution, tak
every pr
are ilxed for a w
dilations
purli;
f<
der.*»!
»•nt. r
The elect ion
place i
*k hence. Great int-r
<?st centers In the elections to take pla»*»
in Manitoba, which is practically tin
seat of war, owing to the fact that th.
tlissolution
is precipitated by the p:
rochial sehool fight i
Tiies
that
re the anti-coercion candidat«
respective districts: Winnipeg
Hon. Joseph Martin; Selkirk, J. A. Ma -
Donnell; Provcncher, George Walton
Marquette, J. H. Ashdown; MacDonald
Dr. J. G. Rutherford; Lisgar, R. L. Rich
ardson; Brandon, Dalton McCarthy. Q
for the
C.
ON A PROSELYTING EXPEDITION
R i n li <» |i of Metlio«ilNt Church to X l«it
the Orient.
Minneapolis, Minn.. J
Joyve, of tin* Methodist church.
I designated to visit the Orlen*
by the recent quadrennial conference at
Cleveland, leaves here tomorrow night
for Vancouver, on route for Yokohoma.
Tokio, Corea, Shanghai, leading points
in Japan, Egypt, Palest!
to Naples, Rom« 1 , Paris, Lon<l<
home. He will be absent for
15.- Bishop
Willis
vho
, ami then«*
*1
ver t wo
years, and his itinerary is the strong.*«
'corded t
«list church.
bishop of the Metho
►dll organize a large
mber of new mission conft*r«*nces and
penetrate into regions
tered by -a bishop of the church.
ver
He
I
•or before en
NEW S ITEMS FROM FORT SIIERM \\
iptinle« NX 111 Flay liai
for "I!1 «mmI."
Tw«
Ci
■bill I
Fort Sherman. Idaho, June 13.—Colon-'!
Robert H. Hall, Fourth infantry, will
leave here on Monday next, on route U»
New York. He will be accompanied by
Mrs. Hall.
Lieutena
fantry, who has been reported sick for
some time, has reported for duty.
Company G and Company F, Fourth in
fantry, are to engage in a game of base
ball tomorrow to determine which com
pany has the best nine. As it will be for
blood from the start, a good game is
looke«l for.
B company has equipped a very good
gymnasium and the boys are getting
themselves into condition for the ath
letic contests that are to take place
the Fourth of July.
Surgeon J. C. Merrill and wife were
visitors In Spokane during the past week.
it F. B. Andrus.
irth in
STANDING OF NATIONAL LEAGUE j
_ !
llnltimore First, With Ul«*velnn«l n
CTo««* Seeond.
The standing of the National League
«dubs June 14 is as follows:
Won. Lost. I*. C.
.28
17
Baltimore —
Cleveland -
Philadelphia
Cincinnati ...
Boston.
Washington .
Pittsburg —
Brooklyn —
Chicago .
New York ..
8t. Louis ...
Louisville —
.622
.619
.26
16
.28
.579
20
.28
.579
.549
.»534
.622
. -52 i
.500
20
19
.23
20
.23
21
.24
.24
24
.20
27
.42:5
.13
31
.909
.222
.10
35
GOLD DISCOVERY IN THE KXVAUK
\ «'inn Are XX ell Define«! and ln«l!cnt« k
Permanence.
Ellensburg, Wash., June 14.—There is
considerable excitement here and in the
Swauk over a rich discovery of quartz.
Several assays have been made, but none
shows less than $166 In gold to the ton.
The veins are well define«! and show Indi
cations of permanence. The placers there
are also doing well. Several nuggets of
. $100 each w«*re taken out within a
week, and one claim, the Whittaker, York
& Meagher's, yielded over $900 in nug*
gets. 8trangers are p«juring into camp
rapidly.
IT
AT THIS M'KIM.EY H E ADRl AHTKHS
WordliiR of the Fftnauclal Plank the
Main Topic of Dl«cu»iil«»u.
McKinley headquarters. St. Tamis, June
14.—While the headquarters of some of
the states have not been crowded, as Is
usually the case two days before the con
vention assembles, this has been a bin
day at the rooms of the Ohio delegation,
known as the McKinley headquarters.
Some of the Ohio district delegates and
Mr. Hanna aie on duty there all the
time, while Delegates at I«arge Foraker
Rushnell and Grosvenor and some district
delegates are out visiting other state del
egates and leaders.
When Hon. Charles W. Fairbanks, th*
temporary chair
ing, Mr. Han
ference with him
speech, and later
was submitted to
McKinley
keynote speech will be In the line of the
Indiana platform, which speech declares
opposition to the free
coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1.
At McKinley headquarters there is still
the fullest confidence in the favorite hav
ing 633 votes on the first ballot out of a
total of 918. but there is not any fixed
state for the nomination for vice presi
dent, or any ultimatum
plank.
platform except
of the east for gold and the
silver, while Michigan. Indiana and
Ohio, with other middle states,
eastern idea expressed in the cur
plank without the word "gold" in tin
phraseology of the declaration for th«
single standard.
As Senator-elect Foraker will be press
ed for the chairmanship of tin commit
tee on resolutions it is expected th;*t he
will make the tight for a decimation foi
the maintenance of the present stand
which means a single or gold stand
d without the use of the word "gold"
before the word "standard." By the us«
of the word "gold" it is claimed that
the campaign cry of goldbugs would b«
used in a prejudicial manner during th<
s. Not only delegates, but also
republican candidates for congress an-:
others from Ohio. Indiana, Michigan and
other middle states, called on Forakei
and Hanna today to say that as positive
a declaration as possible
without the use of the word "gold,'
was offensive to many
port the republican state am
tickets, as well
Messrs.
leaders insist that if it is the
committee
lived this morn
d others had
*er the keynJte )
this keynote speech j
a conference of th«*
It is understood the
i
was
day.
a
tin*
a
long
not
end
ml independent
was
the currency
trouble about the
the divergent views
rest for
There is
ant th«
De
bit*
him
tea
ard,"
ard
the
he
wa
te.l
w
•hleh
•anting to sup
district
5 the national ticket.
Foraker* Hanna and other
111 of the
on resolutions and later ol
the convention to insert the words "gold
standard." McKinley's friends would not
oppose it. This is the import of the reply
made to all who have been solicitous in
their inquiries on this all-absorbing topi«*
nd McKinley headquarters. Last
week was a "gold" week here, hut then
is a vigorous effort today to have .h«
present week's agitation result in the
gold idea under the names of "honest
money" or a "sound currency." Whih
the southern delegates are divided on
the technical phraseology of the currency
plank the western delegates are expected
to go with the middle states In the com
mittee on resolutions. At McKinley
s they expect a minority re
port from the silver members of th«
committee on resolutions. The managers
for this reason are the more solicit
to get as many as possible to sign the
majority report and to have a financial
.»lank on which there can be general c
•e. except with silver extrem'sts
The McKinley men anticipate no trouble
in agreeing on the other resolutions
which will include Foraker's indictment
>f the Cleveland administration on sever
al counts.
The vice presidency is announced at
the McKinley headquarters to be in
doubt. Owing to complications in New
York it seems impossible t
one from that state as yet.
•d can be had from Speaker Reed
• his friends that he will accept, and
the McKinley men say they can not nom
inate any one without doubts as to hi*
acceptance.
tlie
Oro
to
the
ler,
had
to
San
lik«*
and
him
of
not
headquart
ried
2:09
San
select any
No w
I..
LEAVE THE QUESTION OPEN
the Fl I
Senator Wi
I rren
Situation.
St. Louis, June 14.—Senator Warren of
Wyoming, who arrived here tonight from
Washington, believes that the best way to
•ttle the dispute over the money plank
s to leave tlie whole question open. Sen
ator Warren is a free silver man, but was
instrumental in securing a declaration by
tlie convention in his state against bolt
ing. He thinks it would be a wise policy.
ither than attempt to frame a financial
plank to be acceptable to the extremists
on Dotli sides, which must in the nature
of things be unsatisfactory to both, to
leave the whole question to the public for
solution.
"If I could have my way," said he, "J
would make no equivocal declaration. Let
the republicans of the country frankly ac
knowledge that on the differences which
they fully realize on the tariff and other
questions we are united; but west, cast,
north and south we believe in the truest
discharge of our obligations. No repub
lican wants anything but the soundest
money, and no one desires repudiation at
home or abroad. Let us say that upon
that we are of one mind. But let us stop
there and allow the republican party, in
the future, to w'ork out the problem as to
the manner and extent of silver coinage.
There should be no proscription on one
side or the other. If the members of the
party honestly differ, let them honestly
say so."
ter
4'58
-
six
five
\
for
he
of
ley
*1
RADICAL SILVER MEN TO BOLT
I iiI«*mm They Have Th«*ir Own
on tlie Financial l*lnnk.
Way
St. Louis, June 14.—Senator Dubois und
Representative Hartman of Montana
joined benator Teller here tonight. Th«
is no longer any doubt of the purpose of
these radical silver men to bolt the action
of the convention unless they have their
own way on the financial plank. They
realize that they are In a hopeless minor
ity ami they have carefully laid their
plans to talk out of the convention. The
program they have arranged will prob
ably furnish the most dramatic and sen
sational incident of the convention. They
intend, as a preliminary, to marshal all
the strength they can In the committee on
resolutions for silver. They knew they
will fail, but instead of their attempting
to secure a compromise it will be their
plan to so throw their strength as to
force, If possible, the adoption of a
straight-out gold plank, believing that an
emphatic gold declaration will put them
in a more advantageous position for what
Is to follow.
I
is
of
be
an
As one of them said tonight: "If the re
publican convention can not be right, we
will force it to be honest. Better a gold
declaration for all concerned than an
equivocal plank that wears gold."
The fight will then be carried to the
j fioor of the convention under the leader
! ship of Teller. The Colorado senator, as
n lhfi head ami strength of the silver con
tingent in the party, will make a speech
which his friends say will be the effort of
his life. It will be his valedictory to the
republican party. It will be followed, after
the convention has voted down the minor
ity report which he will offer, by the for
mal
nouncement of the severance of the
ties which bind him and his associates to
the party. This will be done in the form
of a statement to the convention or an
address to the people, probably the for
mer. The climax will certainly be dra
matic. It Is probable that Senator Teller
will go to Colorado, and other republican
silver men will remain here and issue
a«l«lresH to the silverites of the country of
all parties, calling upon them to support
Senator Teller, as the pre-eminent repre
sentative of the Issue, for president. The
silve
i
expe«*t to carry at least five
states out of the convention with them—
Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Mon
tana, and they
ocratlc convention at Chicago will nom
inate the man who leads the bolt here.
k
very hopeful the dem
is
of
a
UolMiiel ('o« , kerllI'* Widow Married.
New York. June 13.—The Commercial
Advertiser announces that I^eonara
Cockerlll, widow of the late Colonel John
A. Cockerlll of this city, has been mar
ried to Walter Louis Liena, son of the
late Rudolph Liena. pr«*sident of the
Germania bank In Brooklyn. Colonel
Cockerlll died suddenly In Cairo, Egypt,
April U.
IT WAS A GREAT RACE
j
DON HE OHO U X» A HXDLX HEXTEN
II OH HE.
Thr»*i*
>f the .1
Fifty Dollarn Ei
IiiIt Hein> .
«•key« Wei
oh for
** El
I «Ml
)
j
New York, June 12. Tin* great A
i lean stakes, worth to'the wii
was the chief attraction at Gr.
day. When it had been run
a gr« at disappointment, for tin* crack d
tin* year. Don De Uro. was in the als«
horse, who could
n*r $!«>.<
,tlon
not show a bit or tin* sped In* had at
Morris Park, when he look««! like th«*
coming 2-year-old. The ti
end are short, however,
striding 16-hands s
unable t
there
" a badly beatei
«1 the big
of Rayon d'Or was
îegotiate them,
* a your ago with Handspring,
a long delay at the p«>st, «
chiefly by McCaff. rty, Lamby and Olay
•hleh cost them lit) each, and limn
Flint! caught them in line and away they
went. Rhodesia, the smart Keen«* filly,
was the first to show out of the ruck.

s til
Then*
1 1
as
in
followed by Arbuckle, The Friar. Don
De Oro, George Kessler. Sin Mat«*«» and
Haphazard. In the first furlong Rho
desia took a lead of two lengths, run
ning the distance in 12
second a length i
Kessler, he half a length in front of
Don De Oro, while for some unaccount <
bit* reason Arbuckle ha«l joined H iph iz
the last place.
The next furlong was run in 12 sec
onds as well, but Rhodesia was slowly
coming back to the others, as th** pa. •
ie«1 for
Tarai concluded also that
bettor save something for the
sh. and as they passed the quart* :
pole he was in the fifth place,
Griffin on Don De Oro just in front or
him and Oufferty riding at Ids bootlegs
with Arbuckle.
ll
d S. S;i
Ml -
tea
ard i
hot and something was
the finish,
he hi
wa
•at«*hlng
a
a
At the thr«*e-furlong pole, which was at
tlie turn into the stretch, reached in 36*2
seconds, Rhodesia had but a neck th«
advantage of San Mateo, with Don l)<*
Oro a length behiiitl him, followed by
Arbuckle, whom McCaflferty was takiu.,
to the outside for a good position for
the final run. Then came G«*org«* Kess
ler, followed by the other two. «lone up.
Here the race was begun in earnest and
desperate urging was in order. Rhodesia
had got too much of it and
to quit, but Lamley would not let her.
San Mateo shut up like a jackknife, and
Don De Oro began to show signs of dis
xiou:
tress. Tarai .*
r a hole near tlie rail.
cl
lik«* a shot he went through It and as
sumed the lead by a narrow margin, after
passing the half-mile pole, which
reached in 49Vi seconds, with only four
There was but a furlong to g<>,
and with tlie $10,000 hanging In front of
him Tarai rode his hardest, for McCaf
ing on Arbuckle with
of his wild rushes. But Arbuckle could
not get up, ami he had to be content with
ddle George Kessler car
eft i
ferty w
corn! place,
ried off the race.
Five furlongs—Lena H. won, Pie
second, Mistral IT. third; tim.\ 1:04.
Mile and a quarter—Gold Crest won. Sir
*ond, Landsdale third; time. |
!
Dixon, Jr.,
2:09 V«.
Great American handicap, live furlongs
—George Kessler won, Arbuckle second.,
San Mateo third; time, 1:02V£.
One mile—Margrave won, Hamilton II
cornl. Volley third; time, 1:42%.
Six furlongs—Buckrene won, Ting«:
md, Buckwa third; time, 1:15*2.
Mile and a furlong—Charade won, St.
Maxim second, Lake Shore third; tlm<>,
1:56.
I.. A. XV. M AGES IIY ELECTHU LIGHT
/.«*lKl«*r. Coulter, Gnnlincr nml Xle
Fnrlnnd the NX'li
New Orleans, June 13.—The following
the professional
*et by eleetrJ«
were tlie results
.
events at the
light tonight:
Httlf
\j. A. W.
le open—Otto Zeigler won. Coul
ter second, Stevens third; time, 1:00 4-5.
Arthur Gardiner won, Floyd
Coburn
Mile opei
McFarland
third; time, 2:10 4-5.
miles—Floyd
second,
second,
William
McFarland
Stevens third;
won.
ini< .
Clarke
4'58 2-5.
High Jump R
Portland, Or., June 13.—
mah Athletic
(*«tr«l.
the Multno
'lub spring games today
Bert Kerrigan broke the Pacific
record for a
six feet fiat,
five feet 11*2 inches.
coast
running high jump, making
The former r
•d whs
GO\. IIRXDLEY WOULD
ACCEPT
\ lee-l*re«l<l«*ne>' If N
Aeclnmntl«in.
Frankfort, Ky., J
Bradley and party left this evening. The
action of the governor in attending the
convention is construed to mean that his
name will not go before the convention.
Elliott Kelly, who was secretary of th**
convention which instructed for Bradley
for president, and who accompanied Gov
ernor Bradley to St. Louis, said to an As
sociated Press man:
"Governor Bradley has assured me that
he does not desire second place on th«.*
ticket, but If the nomination for vice
president goes to the south it should be
tendered to Kentucky's governor.
"Governor Bradley, with the Kentucky
people, repr«*sents the culminating point
of human greatness, and Uis well known
views on currency would
strengthen the ticket should a man whose
stand on the issue is not
Bradley's be nominated for president.
Bradley broke the solid south last fall,
and,
once solid south would be permanently
shattered this fall. I believe that if Brad
ley is tendered the second place by
clamatlon, h<* would accept it."
iln nt«*«l
by
14.
Governo
•e to
s as strong as
McKinley's runnins mate, the
ac
PROGRAM OF
THE SILVER MEN
Contingent NX 111 Be Sum 11 n n,| \ m |«»r
Perfect DlHelplIne.
St. Louis. J
ators Teller and Mantle has had the ef
fect of
of the silver
will be small, but compact, and it is be
lieved under quite perfect discipline. It
will be composed principally of the dele
gates from the states of Colorado, Mon
tana and Utah, Idaho and Nevada, and
possibly some of the territories.
These delc*gates will demand a declar
ation by th»* convention in fav
coinage under the confinions prevailing
prior to 1873, and in case of failure to
secure this, some if not all of them are
expected thereafter to cease to act with
the convention. It is believed there will
be exceptions, but who they will be If any.
will not be determined until the tlm«
shall come for action. They will also
possibly Issue an address to the country
explaining their attitude.
After the conclusion of the republican
convention the silver men will probably
meet to determine upon a future course.
There Is a probability of their placing
an independent republic
nomination for the presidency, with the
hope of securing for him the support of
the democratic convention, but this has
not been absolutely determined upon.
14.—The arrival of S«*
'Vlving interest in the program
The silver contingent
of free
silve
man In
COEUR D'ALKNE ON THE FOURTH
CltiKenn Preparing to Make It a
Memorable Day.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, June 13—Now that
the coming to this city of the Irish-Amor
ican Society of Spokane on the Fourth of
July has been definitely decided upon,
every effort will be made to make the day
long to be remembered. The commit
tees appointed to solicit subscriptions
have reported that good progress Is being
made and that there will be a l irg*
amount available for cash prizes In the
athletic contests.
Sherman have consented to Join forces
with the city In making the day a mem
•rabl« on«.
The troops at Fort
WH AT THEY ARE EXPECTING TO DO
M«m
• ru. Squire an«l Hyde lluny With
Important Matter«.
Washington. June hi.—Senator Squire
lias so many matters of national impor
tunée on hand that it was necessary for
him to remain until the very close of the
session. He expects to get out to the
very early day and is preparing
to put up a good vigorous campaign for
the senatorship. He is not at all dis
mayed by the announcement of Gover
that has
j been confidently expected for a year
more.
slat«* at
AlcGi a \n *
•andidacy.
Ib*pr
«enta live Doolittle
national convention at St. Louis,
very little
•ill
ttend th
s it is
t of his way home, proceed
edlately after than to tin* stub*
•»•ment of th«* déclara
ing im
While the a
,tlon b> tlie Everett c
dal questions
prise to him, lu* has since
peated assurances ft*
over tin* stat«* that
existing other than
satisfaction with his
vent Ion upon fi
as something of
sur
received iv
leading
there is
f the most perfect
congress
all
feeling
an, and that hi
* conclusion.
renominut '<

Representative llv.l«*
vill
ot go to the
St. L
is o
his intention.
tills city in
slon business
ivention as
iginalb
•111 stay a short tine
'der to finish up some pen
He
1 1
I other department work
in the interests of ids c
he wai
stituents, which
tisfactorlly settle i
•ident to the last week
The establishment of sev
ail routes In eastern Washington
especially a direc t
Coulee Git y t.» Watervillc
dy i
part ment that lead him t
te at least
The plans for the Spokane military post
are matters in
terested and about
with the
nable to g«*t «
during the rush i
of congress.
rul

tly
desiivd.
e g
service fi
ll «• has
Lift
«•es from the «le
-
believe this
ill l»«* shortlj established
'hleh h** is greatly in
'hleh he will confer
tttnl quarter
get everything
> that there may be as
master--general in
definitely settled
little delay as possible.
Tin* rights of lieu land settlers In con
ffict with the Northern Pa- itic land grant,
the right of way
reservation,
rder t<
the Colville
for the state
ioa«l, the opening of the Yakima India
commisslo
wag
negotiate
th«* Indian
a treaty being provided for i
appropriation bill, and the allotment of
hinds to Indians in the north half of th.
Colville reservation are all Important mat
ters concerning which he desires to
a thorough understanding with th«* s
tary of th«* interior
Washington.
Mr. Hyde expects to
the time the delegates
St. Louis convention.
1 1
before lu
reach home about
from Hi
NOTES FROM NATIONAL
CAPITAL
II«
l»l>
Monti«
ie«l In Army Or*
veil.
«I«*
All«
Washington. Ju
McCall, Troop (»,
been honorably mentioned i
the army for heroic e
at the risk of his life, an insa
from drowning in the Spokane river, near
Spokane, September 11, 1895.
e 13.-Sergei
Fourth cavalry, ha
or let s ti.
U od.
Will H. Winters. Fort Walla Wall;
been detailed as acting hospital st
Private Peter H. Kea
Fourth infantry.
. Company B.
r at Fort Sh •
| granted First Lient»*
! bell. Fourteenth infantry, is f
days.
Original pensions have
Henry C. Sniff. Walla Walla; George J.
Buys. Walla Walla; Abrnh
(deceased). Central!«,
ette, Spokane.
The pension of George P. Wood, Roy.
Pierce county, has been increased.
Original widows' pensions have been al
lowed Margaret Morrow. Houghton. King
county; Caroline Richardson,
d Esther M. Cowden, Seattle.
The pension of Clinton E.
Marysville, Snohomish county, hi
reduced.
Main», has he
transferred to Troop II
Fourth cavalry, ami sent to the >

of that troop, V
The extension «
•t Wall;
Walla.
f the leave of u!»s»*n
tended
fiber
tel
gr
.1
)ly mpia.
Oln *v ol
h. ei
Patents have he«
Willi
hing«*; Walter 11. Bartol and W. A. L* \v
•otary
issued
s follow
J.
ford.
Spokane
git
ir pump.
HHITISH SAILORS GO TO UHIIICII
X ImII«*«I Hi«* X ii I lean an
tlie
ul HI«*Nse«l lt>
.
14.—Three
Rome, June
fifty Roman Catholic sailors of tin* Brit
ish Mediterranean squadron made a sue
dal visit to the Vatican today. They at
tended muss in the Sistinn chapel in th«
presence of the pope, who blesse«! them
he was carried
hi
the se«l la mes ta -
The scene
a striking one, :h<*
toria.
sailors giving prolonged cheers
ing their hats.
■ I
International Ag
Washington, June 11.—An agreement has
been made between this government and
Mexico for a daily international registered
mail pouch exchange between St. Louis,
Mo., and the City of Mexico, to go Into
operation July 1.
*nt.
be
itn n«*nt«*n.
iMiira«
Madrid. June 14.—Advices from Havana
state that General Castellano has beaten
nder
tlie insurgents
near Puerto Principe,
•eral hundred men.
Maximo
nd the latter lost
Oom.'z
Louisville reports that favorable rains
have greatly improved the crop outlook
R. H. HARTMAN,
House, Sign and Carriage
to
as
PAINTER.
Paper Hanging, Decorating and Insldt
Finish a Specialty.
Grangeville,
Idaho
0.R.&N.
It
to
of
R.McNEILL, Receiver.
TOJTHE
EAST
Gives ,bo Choice of
rwo Transcontinental Routes
Great Northern Railway and
Union Pacific Railway.
VIA SPOKANE. MINNEAPOLIS. ST.
PAUL.
In
VIA DENVER. OMAHA AND KANSAS
CITY.
LOWEST RATES TO ALL EASTERN
CITIES.
Ocean steamer« leave PORTLAND ev
•ry five days for SAN FRANCISCO.
a
Passenger staemers leave Rioaria
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:45
a. m. after arrival of train, arriving at
Lewiston at 8 p. m. same day. Leave
Lewdston Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday
at 12 o'clock noon, arriving at Riparia
same day at 6 p. m., connecting with
train.
For full particulars call on or address
F. W. KETTENBACH. Agent.
Lewiston, Idaho.
Or W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent,
Portland, Or.
of
the
LKWISTON AND IS/10UNT IDAHO STAGt COMPANY
EZRA BAIRD, ProDrietor.
Han Jsomc Four- Horse ( ouches Make the trip a Pleasant
And C.oni foi tahlc
I1C.
-TIME CARD.
... 4 H
(S ummer Schedule.)_
Leave Orangeville .
.Ip- ttt- Arrive Denver ....
Dca vc Lewiston ...
. m.
.4 a. m.
.5:30 a. m.
.7 a. m.
.5 p. m.
Arrive Ootonw««od ...
Arrive Dei
Arrive
ver ....
Orangeville
■ r ' P- ni. Arrive Cottonwood.
G 1). m.
Arrive I^ewlston
Engage Your Seats in Advance.
The Bank of Gamas Prairie
Grangeville, Idaho.
The only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County.
CAPITAL STOCK: Fully Paid ■ $50.000.
OFFICERS:
F. W. KETTENBACH,
A. FREIDENRICH,
W. W. BROWN,
PRESIDENT.
VICE PRESIDENT.
CASHIER.
DIRECTORS:
FRANK M'GRANE.
GEO. REIBOLD.
A. FREIDENRICH.
JAMES EDWARDS.
HENRY WAX.
F. W. KETTENBACH.
P. H. READY.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits
Money to Loan on Long and Short Time
Exchange Bought and Sold
A General Banking Business Transacted.
T.ie Patronage ot the People ot Id ho Comity is Respectfully Solicited.
IDAHO PACKING AND MILLING CD.
—Successors to —
COTTONWOOD PACKING AND MILLING CO.,
. . Pork and Beef Packers , .
HAVE NOW OH HAND A FULL SUPPLY OF
Fresh Pork, Chops and Boasts, Fresh Spare Hilts, Tenderloin
1'ork Sausage, Pig Tongues, Pigs Feet, Choice Leaf
Lard. Have all kinds of BÂCON on baud.
Call at the Packing House or send order by mail, which
will receive prompt attention.
Prices Lower than ever before on the Prairie.
(Ionic and see u
W. W. BROWN
INSURANCE ACENT
REPRESENTS
M ANCH I •»! lilt, of laigland.
CAI ! l> NIA,
MA Mill Ki.iiK t-.M tuS
M.\GAh », of New
lin.Mi-, 1. 1 Ne
I.OMMN «AN» i: CORPORATION, of ingland.
HO M K Ml UAL, of San Franc sco.
Policies Written atui Delivered on Application at Lowest RaUs.
r NcotianJ.
i-N, or Germany.
York.
X ok
F ABM BUILDINGS A SPECIALTY.
NEW DRUG STORE
DR. E. H. SHEAFFER, - - Proprietor,
GKANÜUVII.I.E, 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 & CO.
GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO.
)
RESOURCES
$500,000.
All Business Intrusted to us will hive Prompt and Careful Attention.
^ 1HARLMS
R PITTMAN.
Civil Engineer.
Florence,
Idaho.
J. W. BONEBRAKE,
Watchmaker • - -
— and Jeweler
GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO.
Witches, Clocks and Jewelry of al!
kinds'repaired with neatness and dis
pa tali.
A fine selection of watches and Jewelrj
of all kinds for sale at prices to suit
the times.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
lKliS.
I
...PIONEER...
Saw and Planing Mill,
C. F. BROWN, Proprietor.
Keep« constantly on hand a supply of
Flooring. Rustic, Shiplap, Celling and ail
kinds of rough and dressed lumber of
good quality and at reasonable prices.
Two miles south of
GKANGLvIi.LF. IDAHO.
E. S. SWEET.
Saw and Planing Mill,
Cottonwood- Idaho
Keep constantly on hand all classes of
Rough and Finished Lumber.
Canted edge-grained Flooring a Specialty
PRICES ON APPLICATION.
Blanks For Sale!
We Keep Constantly on Hand
Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgages,
Chattel Mortgages,
Mining DeedB,
Mining Bonds,
(juartz and Placer I.ocation Notices,
Iron clad Note Books, liecelpt Bosks.
Dtafls and all kinds of convey
ances and Land Office
Blanks.
Order» by mail will receive proœptntteution
FUSE riih'SS OFF1ÇK,
(Irajigerille, hink«.
PALACE HOTEL,
The Traveling Public and Tran «lent
Guests generally will find Superior
Accommodations at tho
palace hotel
The comfort and convenience of gueat*
will be the main consideration in
the conduct of the House, and
our patrons will receive the
worth of their money.
GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS, GOOD
TREATMENT. CHARGES REAS
ONABLE
SAMPLE ROOM.
HENRY S. JONES & SON, Proprietor*.
Idah*.
Grangeville,
J. F. ÀILSHIB,
Notary Publie.
W. A. HALL,
Notary Public.
J^ILSHIE & HALL,
LAWYERS.
Will practice in all the State and Federal
courts of Idaho. All business given
prompt and careful attention. Office up
stairs In Grange Block.
Grangeville aad Mt. Idaho, Idaho
/ 1LAGETT, McNAMEE
I & MORGAN,
ATTORNEYS-AT. LAW,
MOSCOW, IDAHO.
Practice in all the Court» of th* State.
Rooms 3, 7 and 10, White's Block, Moscow,
Idaho.

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