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Contins and Going
Ol
N B. Holbrook, ofjuliaetta, is in the
city.
John W. Knifone, of Collax, is in the
city
p <j> y a „ l'elt, of Leland, is taking in
the fai^
r V. Lake returned yesterday from
Moscow.
j Masse made a business trip to Spo
kane today.
j A. Porter has gone to Farmington
on business.
j). W. Greenburg returned yesterday
from Spokane.
C. H. Garby returned yesterday from a
trip to Moscow.
1). Russell Morris of Moscow came in
on yesterday's train.
John H. Hudson, of Genesee, is in the
city taking in the fair.
Pete Thompson, of behind, is in the
city taking in the fair.
1 ). Kyrie,' of Colfax, arrived in the city
today to attend the fair.
IL S. Hollingsworth, of ColfaX, is in
the city attending the fair.
Harry Hays and mother arrived in the
city yesterday from Troy.
judge M. M. Godman, of Dayton, is in
the city attending the fair.
Frank Reed and wife, of Orangeville,
are visiting the fair this week.
Geo. Smith and wife, of Grangeville
are in the city visiting the fair.
V. H. Brown, the well known piano
tuner of Spokane, is in the city.
C. J. Treese, traveling agent of the
Spokesman Review, is in the city.
Mrs. J. B. West returned yesterday
from a visit with friends at Moscow.
Jack Hedrick and wife of Moscow came
to town last night to take in the fair.
Prof. W. J. Spillman, of Pullman, ar
rived in the city on yesterday's train.
H. C. Johnson and wife of Grangeville
were arrivals on last night's Stuart train.
Mrs. Wm. Mathews was a passenger
north on this morning's Snokane traim
Albert Rester came in from Kamiali
last night and returned there this morn
ing.
R. It. Steen returned to the city from
a trip to his sheep ranch on Craig Moun
tain.
Geo. W. Tannahill returned yesterday
from a business trip to Moscow and Spo
kane.
George L. Hutchins of the Portland
Evening Telegram is in the city viewing
the fair.
Cash M. Day and wife of Grangeville
are in the city on a visit with friends and
view the fair.
R. C. Lemon, former weather observer
left this morning for Aspen, Colo. He
has a 90 days furlough.
Mrs. Gantry, Mother of Mrs. Krnest
Cook, departed this morning for her
home in British Columbia.
Mrs. Math Jacobs of Kendrick is in
the city visiting the fair. She is the
guest of Mrs Walter Addison.
Geo. B. McCallie, of Spokane, arrived
in town last night to attend the race
meeting. He has some running stock
entered.
Peter 1 reisch, of the Peck Mercantile
Co., and candidate on the fusion ticket'
for the legislature is in the city taking in
the fair.
R. L. Tate, a Spokane Broker, arrived
in the city yesterday enroute to Stites.
He will return Wednesday and remain
during the fair.
Samuel S. Wolffsohn, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
special commissioner of the Pan-Ameri
can exposition, arrived in the city yester
day from Spokane.
Mrs. A. Kuhn and Mrs. H. Kaminsky
arrived in the city last night from Colfax
and will visit the parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. Grostein, during the week.
Frank Martin, fusion candidate for at
torney general, arrived in the city last
n |ght and will leave tomorrow for Grange
V| le where he will speak on the political
issues of the day.
H. H. Pogue of Clearwater, reached
e city yesterday enroute home from a
itp to the Spokane exposition. Mr.
°g«e is a candidate in Idaho county for
surveyor on the democratic ticket.
The following Moscow- people arrived
ou ast evening's train to attend the
Grand Lodge of the j 0 Q F;
r - and Mrs. W. W. Watkins, Dr. and
rs. D. H. Holman, Mr. and Mrs. J. L,
aylor, Mrs. C. B. Holt, Mrs. J, H. Mc
jj 8 le ' ^ rs - W. P. Costello and daughter,
J? *" eo ' Venningerholtz, Mrs. Haskins
ani ; liSS ^ rs - Geo. Venningerholtz
1 rs. D. H. Holman came as dele
a cs to the Grand Lodge of Rebekahs.
Mo:
r «son and Patrie Oct. I9th.
THE LEWISTON
REPUBLICAN
LEAGUE : : CLUB
Meets every Friday
Evening in the City
Hall at 7:3°. Busin
ess, speaking, music,
etc., every meeting.
Everybody urged to
come. Ladies espec
ially invited . • . •
ATTRNTION FARMERS!
Have your seed wheat cleaned by the
Lewiston Milling Co. They are prepared
to take out all cockel and foreign seeds.
REPORT OF TREASURER.
1 o the honorable lioard of county- com
missioners: I herewith submit to you the
quarterly report of the treasurer of Nez
1 tree county, Idaho, for the quarter end
October 6, 1900:
Balance cash on hand.............j,, ,274 6l
Received from varous sources
Taxes collected for'93 $ 53 43
do '94 327 i 7
<]° '95 17« 9b
«1° '96 257 i 7
')° '97 133 91
do '9.8 1 77 66
• lo '99 1444 86
i, . . $-*573 'b
Potter bond.............. 7 oo 00
R A Langford, fees... 261 75
P E Stookey, fees..... 804 95
J B Morris................ 1S42 53
Licenses.................. 1950 67
J W Rozen, fees........ 148 35
Probate judge fines... 16235
J I) McConkey, fines.. 15 00
P E Stookey, fines..... 40 00
Institute.................. 1000
Books....................... 27 85
State apportionment.. 231210 10,84921
Warrants redeemed as follows:
Current expense........ 3475 27
State of Idaho....i...... 1056 27
District schools......... 3117 17
County road.............. no 40
City of Lewiston........ 684 66
General road............ 222 73
Warrant redemption.. 2286 97
District road ............ 1112 58
12065 78
Balance cash 011 hand.. 11x158 04
Carried in various funds:
District school........... 6529 24
Current expense........ 97 40
District road ............ 666 29
County road............ 18 21
Institute.................. 60 75
General road............ 170 86
State of Idaho........... 9 60
Redemption............. 3388 72
10941 07 Overd'awn
Warrant redemption.. 411 01
Bond tax sinking debt 307 35
Bridge..................... 164 67
88303
Balance cash on hand. 10058 04
Respetfully submitted,
C. A. Hastings, Treasurer.
Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 6, 1900.
22,123 82
» 6
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT.
Senate Joint Resolution No. 12. By Heg
sted.
A joint resolution to submit to the elec
tors of the State of Idaho for rejection or
approval, an amendment to section 11 of
article nine of the constitution of the
State of Idaho, relating to investing of
school fund.
Be it resolved by the legislature of the
State of Idaho:
Section 1. That section eleven of arti
cle nine of the constitution of the State
of Idaho, he amended to read as follows:
Section 11. The permanent educational
funds other than funds arising from the
disposition of University lands belong
ing to the state, shall be loaned on first
mortgage on improved farm lands within
the state; state, United States, or school
district bonds, or state wan ants, under
such regulations as the legislature may
provide.
Provided, That no loan shall he made
of any amount of money exceeding one
tliird of the market value of the lands at
the time of the loan, exclusive of build
ings.
Section 2. The question to be submit
ted to the electors of the state, at the
next general election shall be in form as
follows, to-wit.
"Shall section 11 of article nine of the
constitution of the State of Idaho lie
amended to enlarge the powers of the
state hoard of land commissioners, in
loaning school money."
Passed the senate March ist 1899.
Passed the house March 3rd, 1S99.
State of Idaho [
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, j
I, M. Patrie, secretary of state of the
State of Idaho, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a full, true and correct copy
of a joint resolution adopted by the legisla
ture of the State of Idaho at the fifth
session, submitting a certain amendment
to the constitution to the electors of the
state, as shown by the original enrolled
joint resolution on file in this départ
it! witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused to be af
fixed the great seal of the state.
Done at Boise, the capital, this
Fifteenth day of September, in
r Seal! the year of our Lord one tliousatm
nine hundred, and of the Inde
peudenee of the United States of
America, the one hundred and
twenty-fifth.
M. Patrie, Secretary of State.
WHEAT STORED FREE.
The Lewiston Milling Co., are prepared
to store 40,000 bushels of wheat for mil
ling purposes without any storage
charges.
Wildenthaler's, headquarters for all
kinds of Schilling's Best goods.
Wm. F. Galbraith. Dentist, three
doors west of pasloflice.
BUYING APPLES.
L. A. Porter is now paying cash for all
fancy, well packed apples. Parties hav
' n K good fancy stock should see him. aw
Chase & Sanborn's celebrated roasted
coffees at Russell's Grocery. Once tried
you will use no other. tf
SITUATION WANTED.
By a middle aged lady as cook iu a
mining camp or on a stock ranch. Plenty
of experience. Address this office. 177-7
Call at W. L. Boise's new place in the
Binnanl block for the finest arink or ci
gar in the city.
Patrons of the Star saloon will find
their headquarters now in the building
lately occupied by the Reception saloon.
W. L. Boise moved his stock into the new
location Monday.
—Wildentlialer delivers fresh bread
twice a day all over the city. Leave
orders with , the delivery man for
groceries.
COUNTY AUDITOR'S REPORT.
Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 9, 19 xj.
To the Honorable Board of County Com
missioners. Gentlemen—I herewith sub
mit my quarterly report for the quarter
ending October 6, 1900:
Cash on hand as per last report $1 1,274 61
Received from the following
sources:
Delinquent taxes for
the year 1893........ $ 5343
do 1894.. 327 17
do 1895.. 178 96
do 1896.. 257 17
do 1897. 133 91
do 1898.. 177 66
do 1899.. 1444 86
Settlement of J. B.
Morris ex-treasurer 1842 53
Bond forfeiture in F.
M Potter case...... 700 00
Fines by R A Lang
ford,probate judge I62 85
Fines by P E Stookey
clerk of court........ 40 00
Fines by J D Me
McConkey, justice
of the peace......... 15 00
Licenses................. 195067
State of Idaho,school
money................. 2312 10
Fees by J W Rozen
sheriff.................. 148 35
Fees by P E Stookey
clerk of court, etc 804 95
Fees by R A Lang
ford, probate judge 26175
Institute fees by Co.
school supt........... 10 00
Sale of school books
by various districts 27 85 10,849 21
22,123 82
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid warrants on the
current expense
fund................... 3475 2 7
" warrant redemp
tion fund.............. 2286 97
" Count road fund. no 40
" Dist road fund... 111258
" School fund........ 3117 17
" Gen'ral road fund 22273
" City of Lewiston
license apportion
ment.................... 684 66
" State of Idaho, 1
state apportion
ment ................... 1056 00 12,065 78
Balance on hand...... 10,058 04
Apportioned in the following funds:
Current expense fund 97 4°
Institute fund......... 6075
General road fund...* 170 86
Redemption fund..... 3388 72
State of Idaho......... 9 60
School fund............ 6529 24
District road fund..... 666 29
County road fund.... 18 21
10,941 07
OVERDRAWN:
Warrant redemption
fund................... 4 * 1 01
Bond tax sinking
fund.................... 307 35
Bridge fund............ 16367 88303
NOTICE.
The Prescription Drug store is now lo
cated at the place formerly occupied by
the Fashion. Captain Schattner, well
known as a competent and thorough
pharmacist, personally compounds all
prescriptions and private recipes, thereby
insuring that thoroughness so essential iu
all prescription work.
PEACE DECLARED.
Why devote all your time reading
about the Boer war and the gold fields of
Alaska? There are other matters of vital
importance. You may make a trip east
and will want to know how to travel. In
order to have the best service use the
Wisconsin Central Railway between St.
Paul and Chicago. For rates and other
information write James A. Clock, Gen
eral Agent, Portland, Oregon. 47tf
Reward for Hones.
The undersigned will pay a reasonable
reward for the following described team:
Both bays, weight 1300, one branded P
on right shoulder, the other branded
with a seal hook on left shoulder. Lost
on Sing Lee gulch two miles below New
some House on the 20th of August.
Geo. Frost, Lewiston, Id
—Cudahy's Celebrated Rex brand of
hams and bacon at Wildenthaler's.
Balance on hand...... 10,058 04
Respectully submitted.
11.5t P. E. Stookkv, County Auditor.
L. e. NEAL,
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.
Nothing like it!
That is what everybody
says about the
WEISGER86R
BEER
Strictly a first class article
and absolutely pure. Can
The
aua ansoiuteiy pure. Can a
be had iu keg or bott le. F
California Brewery. |
Dray and Express
W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor.
All orders promptly at
tended to.
Call or leave orders at
Thatcher & Kling, Tel. Ill
E TEXIER, \
THE PIONEEk GROCER, j
A full line of select 4
family Groceries.
Fruits and vegetables
in season. Good value
for your money.
Prompt delivery.
Main Stret, between 2nd and 3rd.
L. L. STRONG,.
Undertaker
and Embalmer.]
Room« in new Eichenberger block.
Stenography j
Typewriting. |
All Work Done Promptly.
Adrian R. Sweet. Jj
Binnard Block: ►
GREAT
NORTHERN
RAILWAY
NONE BETTER
SOLID VESTIBULE!) TRAINS
PALACE DINING, SLEEPING
AND OBSERVATION CARS.
MEALS—A LA CARTE
TOURIST CARS OF THE
LATEST DESIGNS
Close connection East and West-bound at
Spokane with trains of the O. K. & N. Com
pany.
Direct connection at St. Paul, without
change of depot, with alt trains for Chicago,
New York, boston. Philadelphia, Omaha and
all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for Least at 10:1 S a.ro.
Leaves Spokane paily for West at 7:4S p, m.
West-bound trains make direct connection
for Seattle. Tacoma. Portland, San Francisco
and all points on the SounJ.
East-bound trains, during the season of
navigation, connect at Duluth with the mag
nificent steamships Northwest anJ North
land of the Northern Steamship Company
operated in connection with the Great North
ern Hallway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply
to any agent of the O. N. tk Company, or to
F. I. WHITNEY, H. A. JACKSON,
Gan'l Pa«s. & Tkl. Agt. Commercial Agent.
Si. Paul, Minn. Spokane, Wash.
H. T MADGWICK,
CoDtractor aad Bsilder
I.RWISTON, IDAHO
e. G. KRESS,
Jeweler * Watchmaker.
Mala
REPAIMMO
A SPECIALTY.
Street, Penofflce Bleck.
Weinhardot Depot
Main st., opp. Damas building.
6HAS. PARKER, Proprietor.
©Id Hermitage,
and other fine Castle
Whiskies, Imported
Wines, Brandy,
Gin and all varieties
of leading case goods
together with ....
La Flora de Alfonso,
and Fiesta de Oro Ci
gars, and .......
W E I N H A R D'S
BEER,
Comprehend a fini -das* slock of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars which I offer lolhe Lewiston public.
CHAS PAKKËR
FRUIT
BOXES
OF ALL KINDS
MANUFACTURED
BY THE
Winchester
Lumber
Co • • • •
WINCHESTER
LUMBER CO.,
Winchester,
Idaho.
Range Meat Matket.
DILL BROTHERS, Prop's.
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh 4tud Cured Meats.
Sausages and Faucy Meats a specialty. We would
be pleased to receive a portion bf your patronage
Bast Main Street. Lewiston, le«
; M. Donzac & Co
^ Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable.
(Martin Collin'a Old HI and)
Lewiston, Idaho.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will
receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17.
City Meat Market tel - 117
FISCHER-THOMPSON COMPANY, Props.
Dealers. in. All. Kinds. of. Meats.
POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON.
Highest price paid for live stock, Courteous treatment
Prompt deavery. Wildenthaler building, Lewiston, Idaho.
H
OTEL
D
E FRANCE...
W. H. Davidson
PROPRIETORS.
foil
ipleted remodelled. Every
thing firstclaBs.
Ra
tes, $1 to $2 per Day
P. W. Kettenbach,
Flitlm
iM Lon.
Lewiston, Idaho.
•> Aik AAAAAAAd
© R&N
"* EAST.
Gives the choioe of
Two Transcontinental
ROUTES
Oregon
Short Line
VIA
SALT LAKE
DENVER
OMAHA
AND
KANSAS
CITY
Ocean Htenmcra leave Portland every
Five Days for.
SAN F RAN CISCO.
Rteanjcrs leave Lewiston dally at 9
ill., connecting at Rlpa-la with
trains for cast and west. Returning,
leave Ulparia at 5 a. in. Rtennier leaves
Lew i-Dm every Hunday, 5:30 p. iu. for
Wild Goose Rapids (stage of water per
mitting). For further information ap
ply to V. W. MOUNT,
or I Geu'l Agent,
W. H. HURLHURT, Lewiston
Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
Great
North'n Ey
/IA
SPOKANE
MINNEAP
OLIS
ST. PAUL
AND
CHICAGO

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