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CHASE & SANBORN, importers, Boston.
For sale at E. L. RUSSEL'S GROCERY
Coming and Going
C. F. Lake spent Sunday in Moscow
Misses Etta and Mae Steen, accompa
nied by their mother, will leave for their
home on Billie Creek tomorrow morning.
L. Hen Howard is home from a trip to
Mrs. J. H. Forney, of Moscow, and
sister, Mrs. Chas. E. Holt, of Salmon
river, left for Moscow yesterday where
Mrs. Holt will visit during the winter.
Mr. Holt accompanied them, returning
T. S. Hutchinson, a real estate man of
Oakesdale, is in the city on business.
Bert Warren, of Nezpefce, was in the
city yesterday and left for home this
C. W. Henderson, a San Francisco shoe
salesman, is in the city on business.
Henry Riggs returned Saturday night
from Keuterville, where he has been
looking after his sheep interests.
P. N. Johnson and P. R. Kelsey are in
the city from Salem Bar 011 Snake river
where they are operating the placer
property owned by the Salmon River
Mining and Development Co.
Ed. Fountain returned to the city yes
terdny from Tekoa where he met his
mother, Mrs. Martha Fountain, who has
been visiting her sister there. She will
stay here during the winter.
Sam Holt is in the city today from the
Richard R. Steen returned last night
from his sheep ranch on Craig's mount
ain. He will leave in the morning for
Hon. J. W. Reid left this morning for
Moscow where he closes the democratic
campaign there with a speech.
Hon. F. D. Culver left this morning
for Orofino where he will address the
people tonight 011 democratic issues.
F. B. Bratton, P. O. Inspector, left for
his home in Spokane today.
Jos Alexander left on the Spokane
train this morning on a trip to the Pa
W. E. Travis and wife arrived in the
city from Spokane. Mr. Travis has
teen in the Republic country looking
over his mail and stage routes.
James G. Glendenning forest reserve
superintendent, left today Via Stuart
train for Grangeville.
Thos. Oliver went to Cul-de sac today
Geo. Vollmer, who has been in the
city several days, left this morning for
tes home in Newsome.
Geo. M. Martin returned to his home
■n Moscow on yesterday's train.
Dave McFarland and Wm. Brown left
for their homes in Lapwai this morning.
E. Stookey has returned from a
trip to the reservation.
Jap Mounce is in the city today from
George W. Tannihill returned to the
city today from the reservation.
teaas Spekker returned today from
E. Harvey, the well known Pullman j
grain merchant, is in the city.
P- M. Davis returned today from a trip
to the reservation.
Dr. J. H. McCallie returned today from
a business trip to Camas prairie.
J- T. King, the well known stock cuyer
°f Spokane, arrived in the city today.
Misses Ava Sweet arrived in the city j
today from Moscow, where she visited
G- T. Stranahan is in the city today. !
Lewiston, Idaho, Nov 5, 1900.
».Barometer 30.28, minimum in last 24
hours 43, maximum in last 24 hours 56.
Wind—Direction, west; velocity, light.
State of Weather—Cloudy.
Weather Forecast— Monday : Fair to
night and Tuesday.
Weather Conditions — The whole
country west of the Mississippi river is
under the influence of high barometric
pressure with centres over Northen
Washington and in the southwest.
Clear weather is general, except along
portious of the Pacific coast and in the
No precipitation is reported during the
past 24 hours.
Flags indicate the weather for the day
following that on which they are dis
Frank L. McCi.intic,
Official in Charge.
DR. McCALLIE, DENTIST
Tbe Big Iron Bridge is a marvel of engi
neering skill, but not more so than the
delicate, yet strongly constructed golden
bridge with which Dr. McCallie is ca
puble of spanning the unsightly gap in
your mouth. Supported by reliable guar
antee. Remember Dr. McCallie's office
is just one block east of the BIG IRON
Take your children to Dr. McCallie for
gratuitous advice on the care of their
teeth, thus saving you money in aftei
years, and many pains to the little ones,
No charge for extracting children's
Special rates to Normal students,
im Wildeuthaleu Bldg., Main street.
Have your seed wheat cleaned by the
Lewiston Milling Co. They are prepared
to take out all cockel and foreign seeds,
Heaters from $2 to $20 at McGilvery
& Culver Bros.
—Wildenthaler's, headquarters for all
kinds of Schilling's Best goods.
A bunch of keys, three in number, one
a postoffice key marked 7 R 16. These
keys were found in the Vineland bus
Saturday afternoon. The owner can ob
tain the same by calling at this office,
Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three
doors west of postoffice.
To the Voters of Nez Perc County.
It has been reported throughout Nez
Perce county, as an objection to my can
didacy for the office of county treasurer
1 that I, as the widow of the late Major
McConville, am receiving a large pen
sion from the U. S. government, andj I
take this method of denying the charge
and rectifying this wrong impression
thus created in the minds of the people.
I do not and never have received one
cent from the government.
Mrs. Vioi.a McConvh.i.e.
Dray and Express
W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor.
All orders promptly at
Call or leave orders at
Thatcher & Kling, Tel. Ill
r P. W. Kettenbach,
. Lewiston, Idaho.
Do you want a carpet?
HOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY.
Parties wishing room and board in pri
vate family cau be accommodated at 125
Swanson street, north of Dr. Phillips'
residence, third house from railroad.
Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three
doors west of postoffice.
—Cudahy's Celebrated Rex brand of
hams and bacon at Wildeuthaler's.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR CONTRACT
TO REPAIR THE FOUNTAIN
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that from this
date till the 19th day of November, 1900,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. the Board of County
Commissioners of Nez Perce county,
Idaho, will receive sealed bids for the
contract to repair the lower portion of
the Fouutain grade, beginning at the
station and extending to monument in
the lower part of the new grade.
Said work must be first-class, the filled
portions being substantially built, with
necessary tournouts, etc.
Saul bids will be opened on date above
Dated this 23d day of October^ 1900.
P. E. Stookkv, Clerk.
By J. A. GlU., Deputy. 19 5t
Senate Joint Resolution No. 12. By Ileg
A joint resolution to submit to the elec
tors of the State of Idaho for rejection or
pproval, an amendment to section 11 of
article nine of the constitution of the
State of Idaho, relating to investing of
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, be 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 011 improved farm lands within
the state; state, United States, or school
district bonds, or state wanants, under
such regulations as the legislature may
Provided, That no loan shall l>e made
of any amount of money exceeding one
third of the market value of the lands at
the time of the loan, exclusive of build
Section 2. The question to be submit
ted to the electors of the state, at the
next general election shall he in form as
Shall section 11 of article nine of the
constitution of the State of Idaho be
amended to enlarge the powers of the
state hoard of land commissioners, in
loaning school money."
Passed the senate March 1st. 1899.
Passed the house March 3rd, 1899.
State of Idaho I
Df.partmknt 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
ofa joint resolution adopted by the legisla
ture of the Slate 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 depart
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand aud caused to he af
fixed the great seal of the state.
Doue at Boise, the capital, this
Fifteenth day of September,
[ Seal J the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred, and of the Inde-
pendence of the United States of
America, the one hundred and
-6 M. Patrie, Secretary of State
—Wildenthaler delivers fresh bread
twice a day all over the city. Leave
orders with the delivery man for
L. L. STRONG,
Room« in new Eichenberger block
L. 6. NERL.
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;
W. H. Davidson
Completed remodelled. Every
Rates, $1 to $2 per Day
AB Work Done Promptly.
Adrian R. Sweet.
* Bitiuard Block.
E. TEXIER, \
THE PIONEEk GROCER.
A full liue of select
Fruits and vegetables
in season. Good value
for your money.
Mai. Strct, bstwera M aad Jr4.
SOLID VESTIBULED 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. 6l N. Com*
Direct connection at St. Ifeul, without
change of depot, with ail trains for Chicago,
New York, Boston. Philadelphia, Omaha and
all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for Eeast at 10:1) a.m.
Leaves Spokane pally for West at 7:4) p. m.
West-bound trains make direct connection
for Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco
and ail points on the Sound.
East-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
For further information, maps, folders, etc.,
to any agent of the O. K. & Company, or to
F. I. Whitney, H. A. Jackson,
Gen'l Pass. At Tkt. Agt.
St. Paul, Minn.
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dining Cars.
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
to Grand Fork
THROUGH - TICKETS
Boston and all
Points Past and Sont».
For Information, time cards
maps and tickets, call on or write
R. B. Hooper, Agent.
A. D. Charlton,
Asst. Cen'l Pass. Agent,
rNothing like it!
j That Is what everybody
j says about the
Strictly a first clam article
and alMolutely pure. Can
be bad In keg or bottle.
The California Brewery.
T, "' ERST.
Gives the choloe of
Ooeau Hleamers leave Portland ever>
Five Days for
SAN F RAN CISCO.
Kteamera leave Lewiston dally at A
in., connecting at Hi parla with
trains for east and west. Humming,
leave RI paria at 5 a. in. Hteamer leaves
IjewMon every Hunday, 5:90 p. m. lor
Wild Goose Rapids (stage of water per«
milting). For further information ap
ply to C. W. MOUNT,
or Gen'l Agent,
W. H. HURLHURT, Lewiston
Ass't Gen'l Fassenger Agent
LEAGUE : : CLUB
Meets every Friday
Evening in tbe City
Hall at 7:30. Busin
ess, speaking, music,
etc., every meeting.
Everybody urged to
come. Ladies espec
i ially invited . * . ' .
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Range Meat Maiket.
DILL BROTHERS, Prop's.
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats.
Sausages and Fancy Meats a specialty. We wotild
be pleased to receive a portion of your patronage.
Bast Mala Straat. Lowlatsa, law
j M. Donzac & Co. c
^ Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J
Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable.
(Martin Collin's Old Bland)
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.
New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will
receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17.
I 4* 4* 4 * 4 * « 8 *
Home Rendered Lard,"^ w " j
H A M S and BACON
Pork Tenderloins, Spare
ribs, Pork Sausage, Head
Cheese, Liver Sausage, etc.
j Wildenthaler Block
H. T MADGWICK,
tarn* ail fUter
e. G. KRESS,
Jawalar * Watchmator.
Main st., opp. Damas buildiag,
8HAI. PARKER, Proprietor.
and other fine Castle
Gin and all varieties
of leading case goods
together with 1 ....
La Flora de Alfonso,
and Fiesta de Oro Ci
Comprehends Sr.i-cl«, Mock of WiMt, Liquor,
end Clean which I offer to the UgMtos
OF ALL KINDS
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