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=r_- r-n-^y, toy's daily. id*lice given by the Young Men's last evening was a grand success, rty perty of young people, num \ about twenty, surprised Joe Lane evening. Card games and music . enjoyed until a late hour. IT; F. Kettenbach for the U. S. Fidel Co. today furnished the bond for the ing county treasurer, James R Mi* The bond is for $100,000. Kay L. Thompson is in the city today. -.TM* weeks issue of the Asotin Sentinel 1 the notice of dissolution of part »ip of Messrs. Thompson & Waldrip ■ Owners of the paper. Mr. Thompson now sole proprietor. Mr. Waidrip will I® to Portland to take a position with an s vest ment company. # Frank Brown, one of the new county itoners and principal owner of the 1 mine at the Hump, returned from sne yesterday where it is understood ' went to close a deal for the sale of his city. The Jumbo is reckoned as one the moat valuable properties in the 1 and the sale will be for big values. . Ferguson, who was arrested here Saturday on the charge of cattle ing, was yesterday tried before Pro fi Judge Smith's court at Moscow. The 1 given in showed that the cattle i sold to Chas. Morrison at the Cole fay Ferguson for $40. Ferguson 1 no defense and was bound over in um of $2,uoo. Lou Ranger, better *n as "Bottles" was an 'accomplice Ferguson in the case, has not as yet The authorities at Moscow ! sent Cha s. Lydou, of this city, in •card» of him. Church Notice. Church of Christ— Regular services. Mr. J. W. Whittkamper, of Moscow, will peëneh.'and will continue all this week. YOU should hear this man. He is logical, clear, strong in his thought. You will 1 b* excited but will be made to think. "Ffodat music is being arranged. Haunch of Venison. Two of Lewiston's prominent business 4.JB**0 took a trip to Orofino recently, and While there purchased a haunch of veni son, and thereby hangs the tale. While the boys were at dinner the jolly joker •witched the haunch of venison for a beef toa«« which the Lewiston notables brought home with great care and en joyed with great gusto till the joke was •P«»*. ____ County Division. From the activity displayed àmoug business men today, it is evident that there will be an organized effort made to defeat the ends of the county divisionists. The reports that are coming from Boise make it evident that something must be done and dene at once to prevent the 'OOnanmnation of the deal that is said to car ry With it the scheme of seggregating the oonnty. A called meeting will probably be made to consider ways and means of v encom p a s s in g the defeat of the measure v Net Perce Paying Taxes. 2ÉP : Net Perce is fast closing up her tax ac count with the state. Yesterday County Treasurer C. A. Hastings remitted I4.398.69 as pait payment of the taxes doe the state for the assessment of 1900. The county has now paid $5635 of the $*3*957 due on property tax and $560 of the $1613 due on state wagon road tax On next Monday or Tuesday when the dual settlement comes from the outgoing a s s e ssor, Mr. Spekker will turn into the treasury about $30,000, of this $5,800 more will be remitted to the state on property tax and $600 more on state wagon road. Nez Perce still owes the state $1800 on the taxes of 1899. This is on delinquent taxes and is payable only as Cut as it dime , in. Mr. Hastings re turned to the county auditor today eighty five coupons of the representative value of $30 each, a total of $2550 for the pay ment of semi-annual interest on tbe^ $85, 000 of funding bonds of the issue of 1895. Weather Report Lewiston Idaho, Jan. 12, 1901. All observations made at 8 o'clock a.m. . Barometer—Temperature, 30 00. Mini mum in last 24 hours, 37. Change in last 24 hours, 17. Maximum in last 24 hours, 46. Wind—Direction east, velocity 8. Precipitation in last 24 hours, 07. State of weather—Raining. Weather forecast—Occasional rain to night and Sunday; brisk high to souther ly winds. Weather conditions — The northwest ern portion of the country is now under tbe influence of low barometer; the high remains over the great basiu and extends southeastward to Texas. Along the coast and the northwest, there has beeu but little temperature change, elsewhere the general tendency is toward much milder weather. Precipitation occurred during the past 24 hours in Washington, Oregon, Cali fornia, Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Minne sota, the greatest amount being one inch rt Roseburg, Oregon; rain was falling this morning at Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Walla Walla, Lewiston, San Francisco, Sacremento and Winnemucca; snow at Baker City. Clear weather prevails in the southwest and over the northern and southern por tions of the eastern slope. Frank L. McCuntic, Official in Charge At 2. p. m. Tomorrow. The body of Geo. Russell deceased, is now lying in the parlors ot the Lewiston Furniture & Undertaking Co. It will be removed tomorrow at 2 p. m. and taken to the Methodist church where the funeral services will be held, A Fractional Approval. "Who is this 'Vox Populi' that writes for the papers so much?" 'I really can't tell you; all I know about him is that he's got the last syl lable of his name all right."—Richmond Dispatch. A Rural Business Barometer. Reuben—No use of talkin', times hain't so good as they were a year ago. Abner—That's right. The storekeeper down ter the Corners says there's over twice as many whittlings left on the floor each night as there was durin' the cor respondin' time of last year.—Judge. A Loving Cup. "The last act of the outgoing adminis tration occurred in the office of the gov ernor just before the oath of office was administered to the officers elect," says the Boise Statesman. "It was the pres entation to Governor Steunenberg of a loving cup by the other members of the administration, including Secretary ot State Patrie, Attorney General Hays, Treasurer Rice, Superintendent French and State Auditor Sinclair. The presen tation remarks were made by Mr. Sin clair.. He referred to the respect and affection of the governor's official asso ciates for him and their appreciation of the uniform kindness he had extended to them." The Rice Musical. Notwithstanding the very inclement weather, both inside and outside the opera house last evening, the violin re cital was well attended and was thor oughly appreciated by the audience. Mr. Elmore Rice is an artist with the violin and his recital offers a rare treat to all lovers of good music. The program was given as published and contained gems from Beethoven, Handel Renard, Godard and Schubert. The selection from Schubert was Remenyi's Serenade which was received with very flattering applause. Mr. Rice was a pupil of Remenyi's one of the vety few whom the great artist instructed and there was in the technique and impression given some touches of the master artist. The program will be repeated at the normal auditorium tonight. Normal Notes. Miss Minnie Burnett, of Asotin, began the normal work this week. Messrs. L. H. Sbowalter and W. W. Smith, who spent the holidays in Mos cow , did not return until this week. The members of the Athenian and the Clionian societies were present this after noon to a mock legislative meeting given by the Excelsior society. Willis Thomas, another member of the jolly crowd, gaye up school work about the middle of December, but it was not necessary for him to leave the dormiUny until this week. Tbe reading cifcle that is under the supervision of Mrs. Hawes, began the second month's work last Wednesday eveniug. The object of the members is to receive a general information of the topics of the day. It is the duty of each individual to report anything of general interest which he may have read from magazines or papers. Lynn Neil, the young man who had his ankle broken while playing football, accompanied his parents last Wednesday to their home four miles up ' the Snpke river. Mr. Neil has been walking on crutches for nearly two weeks, and is do ing far better than the average who have suffered of such an accident. The musical recital that was given last evening in the opera house by Elmore Rice, is to be repeated this evening at the normal auditorium. Mr. Rice has made a very liberal offer to the normal students aud their friends. We cordially give in vitation to all those interested in the gen eral welfare of tbe normal. Charges 25 cents At the prescription drug store all ex tracts, tinctures, spirits, medicated waters chemicals, etc., etc., are chemically an alyzed or have been physiologically tested before being sold or used in prescription work. tf From Saturday's daily. Bd. Booth is in town from Lapwai. Hod Wells left today for Spokane W. R. Knapp returned to Spokane to day. A. Watkins is in town today from Asotin. Wm. Keller returned to Spalding this morning. Chas Garby is ill at his home on nor mal hill. Geo. Wolfe, the assayer at Stuart, is in the city. A. D. Holmes left for his home at Peck this morning. Dr. E- Taylor, of Peck, visited in the city yesterday. J. A. Frye returned to Stuart on this morning's train. White Bros., shipped a car of apples to Kansas city today. W. H. Sprague is back from the Im naha mining district. Rev. Wm. Smith aud wife, of Asotin, are visitors in the city. H. Wray, came in on the train this afternoon from the Hump. C. B. Steunenberg, state land board agent, is here from Boise. F. Emery, returned from his logging camp near Vollmer today. Harry Baughman left on the boat to day on his way to Portland. ' Frank Surprise, of Grangeville was a visitor in the city yesterday. C. O. Vassar was called last evening to Pomeroy, his son being very ill. R. W. Callison, of Eugene, Oregon, left on the morning tram for Beeman. Mrs. Anna Brown, of Chicago, is here, the guest of Mrs. Viola McConville. Frazier McKenzie is here again after *a few days visit with friends at Waha. W. J, Clemans, the Anatone merchant, was in town yesterday buying goods. E. D. Potvin will go east about the 20th on a visit to his old home at Quebec. Mias Florence Sutherland returned from Spokane op the evening's train. A. B. Jof Ison was à passenger on the Palouse train this morning for Spokane. The funeral of Geo. Russell took place f£cm the Methodist church this afternoon' Mrs* S. Jones, of Elk City, left for Stuart on the Orofino train this morn ing. J. H. Speakman and wife left on this morning's train for their home at Fargo, N. D. J. D. Stephens, the postmaster at Willowa, was in town yesterday on busi ess. Chas. Rearey was a passenger on the Clearwater train this morning on his way to Peck. Mrs. N. L. Hughes, who has been very ill at the Thatcher House, is improving very rapidly. D. T. Taylor arrived in the city yester day from Grass Valley, Cal., enrouto to Grangeville. The state filed today at the land office a selection for white pine land in the Pot latch country. Mrs. D. S. Bingham is in the city from Asotin for a few days the guest ot James Clark and family. H. L. Wilson, a business man jof Troy, visited in the city yesterday returning home this morning. Mark Meaus and family came in on the train this afternoon from Genesee for a visit with relatives. Percy Willoughby came in yesterday from Elk City and left on the Spokane train today on his way to Alaska. W. B. Reese and Perry Miller, county officials-elect, arrived on the afternoon train to be ready for the inauguration Monday. E. L. Parker, of Nezperce, arrived on the evening train enroute for Boise, where he will help o, pose the county di vision measure. Fred Shaw, who resides at Westlake is quite ill at the Grand Hotel, but under the care of Dr. Whitford, is getting along very nicely. R. C. Lemon who was recently in charge of the Lewiston weather station has lately '»een transferred to the station at Denver Colorado. Mrs. H. F. Burleigh, who has been vis iting friends in the city for the past few days, left on the Orofino train this morn ing for her home in Kooskia. Frank Brown arrived on yesterday's train from Spokane and left on the Clearwater train this morning for his home at Mt. Idaho. Mr. Brown is com missioner-elect of Idaho county. H. Ward arrived on the steamer Spo kane yesterday afternoon from Wallace with the body of Ed Beck and left this morning for Grangeville with the remains where they will he taken for burial. —Wildenthaler's, headquarters for all kinds of Schilling's Best goods. The Prescription drug store is the place to get your prescription prepared. tf. The best canned vegetables is the Mil lionaire Club, for sale at Russell's groc ery. _ Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice* Tammany Budget. Mose and Wes Martin are over to Ana tone hauling hay this week. The prospect of a bounty on coyote scalps is hailed with delight by people of this section as we have certainly got our •hare of the pesky marauders. Frank Leachman and wife visited rela tives and friends * n the reservation last week for several days, returning home Saturday. Snow has reached the depth of about three inches here, not enough to boast of, but enough for good sleighing and an ex cellent protection for the winter wheat in case of a severe cold snap. Anti-Swearing Demonstration. Albony, Jan. 12.—-A notable demon stration against swearing will be made tomorrow evening by St. John's Holy Name Society at a public meeting to be addressed by prominent clergymen. This is the third demonstration against profanity made by this society. I. H. HENLEY H. B. HENLEY. i. W. HENLEY. H ENLEY BROS. mnc GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho J. J. PH1LLIPI, The Old Reliable MERCHANT TAILOR is now prepared to do business at the old stand. Suits made to order; cleaning and rapairing at reasonable prices. Carry a lull line of Foreign and Domestic Goods. Swanson street, back of Dr. Phillip's i esidence : : : ? HOUSE MOVING*« I am fully prepared to do all kinds of house moving; also moving of safes and all kinds of heavy machinery. IRA T. WORDEN ; GEO. H. LAKt, ^ Jeweler and «^Optician Next Door to Post Ooffice ft ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ YOU WILL NOT GET IT ♦ ▼ HANDED TO YOU IF •§• YOU GET SHAVED at THK '♦MINT BAR t B E R SHOP . T EVERYTHING IN ▼ PUMPKIN PIE ORDER BERT GARRETT »^»PROPRIETOR ASK HAHN 1 ABOUT IT! I IF you are figuring on a job and \v 4 nt Scientific and i;| Saniiiry Plumbing, call at |HAHN'S } NO. 240, MAIN STREET % BLACK CAT WEAR 50 PERCENT LONGER THAN ANY OTH ER STOCK ING.j»»j* STOCKINGS WITH TRIPLE KNEES HEELS AND TOES j» ♦ T ♦ ♦ t * •f ♦ t T ▼ No. 15 is the Heaviest and Strong est Boys' Stocking in the worldj»> No. 10 is a Lighter Weight Hose No. 30 is the Finest in the Market for Ladies, Misses and Children.#* ♦ t •f T ♦ T T ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ V PRICE 25c PER PAIR T f t t t ♦ ff» Tg» <g* «£» <£» *-J. ALEXANDER CHINA and LAMPS SNOWFLAKE COMFORTS.. © UR LINE OF CHINA IS COMPLETE WE SHOW EVERYTHING IN LAT ES I NOVELTIES. THIS IS LAMP SEASON FOR UP TO DATE GOODS, THAT EXCEL in QUALITY, DECORATION and PRICE, tttftt l CALL ON US McGILVERY & BOSTON, complete house t-UHNISHEhS o ■■ ■■ A i ^V LEWISTON MILLING CO., Ltd. *Largest Flour Mill in the State Manufactures CENTURY 1900 PATENT, CLEARWATER STRAIGHT; Graham and Whole Wheat Flour made on burrs. Feed of all kinds in stock. All orders promptly filled. I FOUND An Appetite..... »THE loser can be put into po ssession of his p roperty by calling at the...... __W-S restaurant J. O. VASSAR, Manager. ♦ f » t * 1 * F. B. WILLIS. Sec'y and Treasurer LEWISTON Wholesale and Retail Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Embalming MOULDING, FRAMING sad MATTING tic made a spec ialty ........... 153 Odd Fellows* Building. Furniture and Undertaking Co.