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•Frisco Kid" on a Rampage.
Last night just before supper time large crowd was congre the sidewalks of the when gated Hctel De France, discussiug war news an ,l other exciting things, they were in terrupted by a series of blood curdliug yelps and war whoops, followed closely |,v a rapid fire of rocking chairs, dishes, tables and numerous unmentionable articles which dropped into the middleof the street as if shot from a cannon, com ing from a bawdy house on the Row, walked out with a smile of sat isfaction and content. The trouble started over the "Kid" being u little the worse for "lubrication" had walked into a house adjoining hers owned by Viola Brown, with the forego ing results. At this juncture the "fly cops' * appeared on the scene and placed the fair damsel under arrest, she 1 resisted and dodged into the house. She was finally locked up and given time for re llectiou in one of Marshal Denny's choice private darkened cells. She was later given a chance to cool off in the main corridor of the jail, when at about 1:30 this morning Marshal Dennyheardanoi.se He immediately investigated and discovored she had broken a lock off the main door. She was later picked up and lodged in jail again. Last night Viola Brown made complaint against the "Kid" and she was brought before Justice McConkey this morning and plead guilty. She stated to the judge that she was totally unconscious of what she was doing at the time and that as she was not adicted to the habit of drinking intoxicants, Justice McConkey, considering she had only been here five days, fined her at the rate of $3. per day, or fis, which she produced. Crop Yield Light. Mr A. T. Hardwick, of the firm of Hardwick Bros., who operate a threshing outfit on the rimrock north of town, was in the city today on business. In speak ing of the yield of grain in that section Mr. Hardwick said: "I have'been work ing my crew about 13 days there and have been mostly in Canadian Hybrid wheat which is only yielding about 16 bushels to the acre. The quality seems very good. What grain we do get aver ages about 149 pounds to the sack. I do not know what the cause is. However there is too much straw. The heads only carry about 18 to 20 grains, when ordi narily they carry between 45 and 50. The Little Club wheat is yielding pretty well, going about 28 bushels to the acre. The barley crop is yielding fine, averaging about 45 bushels 4o the acre, hut the quality is poor. In speaking of the raise by threshing machine men on the price ot threshing, said: "I have never raised uiy price for threshing, only charging 5 cents per bushel, and if as they report, that 10 cents is being asked, I have heard nothing about it. Wages are about the same this year as heretofore, the farmers paying all the way from $2, to $ 6 . per day and men are plentiful." Mr. Hard wick will leavefor rimrock tonight. Returned From Newsome. Oeorge H. Lake returned yesterday from a trip to Newsome, where he is in terested in mining properties and states that there is general activity in business and every one is greatly encouraged in that section over the outlook. He visited most of the mining properties in that section and speaks very highly of the showings thus far obtained. At the Iron Crown, he says, there is unusual good feeling over the property's being a perm anent paying mine. This conies from the fact that they have just recently demon strated its true value, derived from the vast amount of development work which has been prosecuted. Justice Court Case Dismissed. The case of the state of Idaho vs C. A. Dow, who was charged by J. S. Cox, the complaining witness, with the larceny of a stove was dismissed in Justice Sweet's court this morning on motion of the stated attorney, who stated that the com plaining witness could not sustain the charge brought and asked that the case fie dismissed. Attorney Green for the defendant then asked for a discharge of client, which was given. Will jo to Boise. Senator Henry Heitfeld, who has been in the city for the past few days patching up the fusion arrangements between the ! euiocr ats and populists left this morn ing for U allaee. Before returning to .ewiston the senator will go to Boise to pcrhit the fusion which was arranged at nc recent conference in Chicago. ANNOUNCEMENT. I niest McCullough hereby announces »self a candidate for the office of couti > surveyor subject to the republican nominating convention which meets in «is city on September 6. To the EftST, Give« the choice of I Two Transcontinental ROUTES Great North'n Ry VIA SPOKANE MINNEAP OLIS ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO Oregon Short Line VIA SALT LAKE DENVER OMAHA AND KANSAS CITY Omui Steamers leave Portland every Five Days for SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers leave Lewiston daily at 9 1 a. m., connecting at Hi parla with! trains for east and west. K-Umiing, leave Kiparia at 5 a. m. Steamer leaves Lew i-ton every Sunday, 5:30 p. m. for Wild tioose Kapids (stage of water jier milting). For further information ap ply to C. W. MOUNT, Oen'l Agent, W. H. HURLBURT, Lewiston Ass't Oeu'l Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon R N S Pullman Sleeping Cars : Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Cars. St. Paftil, • Minneapolis ] Duluth Fargo To Grand Fork? ; Crookston Winnipeg j Helena and Butte. THROUGH - TICKETS TO Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New York Boston and all Po>nts Fast and Souti.. For information, time cards maps and tickets, call on or writ« R B. Hooper, Agent. —or— A. D. Charlton, Asst. Ceu'l Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon JOB PRINTING at the Teller Office. As solid as a Rock. If there is one thing more than another that impres ses people who travel via the Burlington Route, it is the solidity of the track over which they ride. There is nothing better anywhere. It is smooth and s«ilid, free from sharp curves and heavy grades. Running, for the most part, through a level prairie country, it is the easiest thing in the world for Burl ington trains to tly along at fifty, sixty, or seventy miles an hour. Omaha, hicago, Kansas City, —ALL points bast and South. Choice of routes—via Denver, St. Paul, or Billings, Montana. A. B. JACKSON, Agent, Jamieson Bldg., Spokane, Wash. u s,_Tourist cars twiee-a-week to Kansas City via Billings and the Burl ingum Route Pav you to write for folder giving full information about 5Y H. B. HENLEY. J. W HENLEY. r ENLEY BROS., 1NC GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho ET 1 P. W. Kettenbach, Fire Insurant M Loans. Lewiston, Idaho. \ e. G. KRESS, Jeweler & Watchmaker REPAIRIMO A SPECIALTY Main Street, Postofflce Block. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY NONE BETTER SOLID VbS TIBULbD TRAINS PALACE DINING, SLbbPING AND OBSERVA I ION CARS. MbALS—A LA CARTE TOURIST CARS Ob THb LATEST DbSIGNS . • . • . Close connection Last and West-bounJ at Spokane with trains of the Ü. R. & N. Coin pany. Direct connection at St. Haul, without change of depot, with all trains for Chicago, New York, Boston. Philadelphia, Omaha and all points West and South. Leaves Spokane daily for Least at 1015 a.in. Leaves Spokane Paily for West at 7:45 p, in. West-bound trains make direct connection for Seattle, Tacoina, Portland, San Francisco and all points on the Sound. Last 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., apph to any agent of the O. K. & Company, or to F. I. Whitney, H. A. Jackson, Gen'l Pass. Ät Tkt. Agt. Commercial Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Spokane. Wash Nothing L. G. NEHL, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER And dealer in furniture, picture frames and moulding, White,Wheeler & Wilson, and New Home sewing machines. Ma chines to rent. Telephones: Store, 962; residence, 875. like it! Tlmt is wliat everylssly says about the WEISGERBER BEER \ .Strictly a first class article and absolutely pure. Can lie had in keg or bottle. The California Brewery. Dray and Express W. E. MATIIKWS, Proprietor. All orders promptly at tended to. Call or leave orders at Thatcher & Kling, Tel. Ill E. TEXIER, THE PIONEEk GROCER, i i A full line of select 4 family Groceries. <| Fruits and vegetables 4 in season. Good value ^ for your money, j Prompt delivery. ^ Main Stret, between 2nd and 3rd. . a as a. jAl a. as A-a. a. 2 L. L. STRONG, Undertaker! and Embalmer.j Rooms in new Eiclieuberger block, H. T MADGWICK, LEWISTON. IDAHO ( rvwwwwv' TEETH VWWWWVYV Full Set $7.00 n Full set aluminum, lined, up . .$10.00 Gold Fillings....................$ I 50 up Silver Fillings.....................50c up Amalgam Filling..................sOc up Cement Filling»................. 50c up ^latinuin hillings .................. $1 up Extraction............................... 50c SpecilH rates on Crown and Bridge work. These rates during June and July only. All work warranted. SMOKERS, LOOK AT THIS! List of eiflarsi IMPORTED La Fspanola. ..................3 for 25t lu iik Y Cia ...... '-a Hejiry Clav. Henry The fourth ........ 25t hl Durjue De Veragua ..........'25c La Integridud 25c hl Tel Henry Monogram, High Life, hl Sidclo [rafo ____ he Fourth La Celeslina Sanchex Y Hava La InlegridaJ La Sinceridad hl Hu/ar Princess Louisa La I referenda Flor De Manuel Garcia hoben Burns Factory Smoker Cuban T wist Wigwam (home made) Solitaire Habana Cable Cabinet Exports \ Cremo 1 I he Owl Brand " Colonel Baker. / American Pearl, I Junior La Celeslina, / Blue Point Pittsburg stogas, 2 for 5t T he Benedict 10 for lUc Huffman House ..lOforlflc Benegal. little cigars.......10 for lUc Ed. L. WIGGINS Key West Do mestic 5c W P Wilson BRKKDER Of • Wilson, HltiH class BELGIAN HARES Headed bv 'Admiral Banbury," a grandson of the famous "Malum Mystery," winner of 40 first prices. Does bred or unbred; also youngsters Correspondence solicited. Ad dress W. E. WILSON. Palestine, Out. WeinharcUDepot Main st., opp. Damas building. 6 It AS. PARKER. Proprietor. Old Hermitage, and other fine Castle Whiskies, Imported Wines, Brandy, Gin ami all varieties of leading ease gtaxls together with .... La Flora de Alfonso, and Fiesta de Oro Ci gars, and....... WEINHARD'S BEER, ComprehenJ a firsl-cti» stm k of Wines, Liquors and Cigars which I offer to the Lewiston public. ClfAS RAIfKfcK FRUIT BOXES OF ALL KINDS MANUFACTURED BY THE Winchester Lumber Co.... WINCHESTER LUMBER CO., Winchester, Idaho. Range Meat Mai ket. DILL BROTHERS, Prop's. Dealers in all kinds ot Fresh and Cured Meats. Sausages and Fancy Meats a specialty. We would be pleased to receive a portion of your patronage ___ East Wain Street. Lewiston, la. AAAAAAAAAA AAAA AAAAAA j M. Donzac & Co. I 1 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Tyr -wy fr «syr -sy -y ■syr -^y ty Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable. (Martin Collin's Old Hland) Lewiston, Idaho. LIVEKY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17. +++++++++1 tttttfttttt' Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. 8. Wildenthaler, Prop. Presb bread every day, our own special delivery. Choice irocerles, nuts, candle*. *§• pastry aad frails. ,*• Main Street. Telephone No. 28. City Meat Market tkl - 1,7 FISCHER-THOMPSON COMPANY, Props. Dealers. in. All. Kinds. of. Meats. POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON. Highest price paid for live stock. Courteous treatment Prompt de,ivery. Wildenthaler building, Lewiston, Idaho. »*«*#******##*«##*******» Stenography and Typewriting, f All Work Done Promptly. Adrian R. Sweet. Hinnard Block. ' HOTEL DE FRANCE. W. H. Davidson PROPRIETORS. Completed remodelled. Every thing firstclass. Rates, $J to $2 per Day TTt StarSaloon W. L. Boise. Fine Wines, Liquors ami Cigars. Canadian Club, Yellow Stone, Private Stock, Cyrus Noble's Hunter's Rye, 01-1 Crow Ami Monarch Whiskies Ideal American, Lilrertad tie Culm, Commodore Dale and Duke of I'ultuen Cigars. Hie and Porter Letup's Beer. Star Beer.