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DAILY AND WEEKLY C. A. Foresman, Publisher. I TELEPHONE 2c Entered at the Lewiston l'ostoffice as second class mail matter. One year in advauce.......... .............f5 .00 Si* months.................................. . 3.00 Three months........... L ................... 1.50 Official Paper of Nez Perce County A Candid Admission. It is plain that of all the men who might have been nominated at Kansas City, Mr. Bryan was the weakest before the people. It is plain that no man involved in any way with the stupendous financial and economic blunder of 1896 can be elected president of the United States. It is plain that nothing can be gained, nothing is to be hoped for from a continuation of the immoral and degrading alliance now and for four years past subsisting between the democratic organization and that of the populists. It is certain that the people of the United States will not take their politics from à morgrel com bination whose first purpose ap pears to be the driving away in alarm of men of business, men of affairs, men of substance and men of intelligence. It is certain also that no alliance of free-silver republicans, populists aud democrats can, in the face of innumerable democratic precedents in favor of expansion and free trade, set metes anti bounds to the development of American power and prestige in the politics and commerce of the world. In spite of the crimes of the re publican party, in 4pite of the dec laration of the Kansas City conven tion, in spite of the engaging per sonality of Mr. Bryan, in spite of all preachments oral and written in behalf of the democratic candi dates, there has been but one real' issue this year, and that issue has been the politicäl vagaries of Mr. Bryan himself. Democracy and populism would pot mix. No convention, no newspaper, no amount of oratory, no combination of favorable circumstances, could bring about a true fusion between elements fundamentally antago nistic. Mr. Bryan is defeated by democratic votes, because demo crats could not be made to believe that his candidacy represented anything better thab it represented four years ago. All else has been ignored. All other issues have been postponed, populism alone has gone down, never to rise again, let us hope, With the assist ance of anybody who calls himself a democrat.—Chicago Chronicle, Bryan Dem. In the movement to reorganize and reconstruct the democratic - party the Bryanites expect to show fight to retain the organization They «re in control of all the party machinery Jnd the word has gone out that tfiey still hold to Bryan and will give the people four years more of the Bryan prop aganda. Four years more of Bryan as the chie( attraction at county fairs and «join hustings another book on Another battle another edition of Coins, financial school, trains to the north land, trains to ^he southland trains to the westward, ho! with rear platform speeches to the surg ing crowds. Will the people stand it? We think not. Neither will the democratic party stand it A respectable minority took Bryan and Bryanism this time only under protest. There will be open rebel lion against this proposition to perpetuate his leadership and con tinue indefinitely his pyrotechnic campaign for public notoriety. By consenses of pu die opinion ' fusion is a dead leUej- in politics. It has twice wrecked the hope of democratic success iu the nation, ! it has been a losing issue in every state in the union. It has carried Idaho twice, but each time with such reduced majorities that even ! the office trust will hardly be rash | enough to try it on the people for I another campaign. Party leaders : who are at their ropes end with ; tbis years victory will seek to make the most of it. Jealousies and rivalries that have been held in check for the general welfare will now come to the front in open con test for the last remaining plum that the fusion tree will bear, the senatorial p'utn. It will be an open and bitter fight among the fusion leaders. It will do good to promise something for the future, there will be no future for fusion, all there is, is a past to regret, and a present with a plum. And the con test for it will add another exciting chapter to Idaho's political history. Street improvement in Lewiston is a pronounced success. The comparison of Main sireet with Main street above Fifth one that will convince the most skeptical. Macadam solves the problem as far as the question of mud is concerned. Its wearing quality can only be tested by time, but unquestionably it is worth trying and insures our immediate netds. NOTICE OF ESTRAY. Beeinau, Nov. 3, 1900. I have taken up at my residence on the ne qr sec 31, tp 36n, r 1 W B M, one bay horse, about 7 years old, weight about 1000 pounds. Brand on left shoulder can not be definite. Owner can get the same by proving ownership and paying cost. 33 - 5 W H. Bkammkk. DR. McCALLIE, DENTIST The Bl| 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 pable 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 BRIDGE. Take your children to Dr. McCallie for gratuitous advice on the care of their teeth, thus saving you money in after years, and many pains to the little ones. No charge for extracting children'* teeth. Special rates to Normal students, im Wildentlialen Bldg., Main street. 703 Is the number of land sale con tract executed Nov. 7. Same date in 1899 the number was 567. Within past ten days several very notable invest ment sales have been made Election is over. Peace reigns Prosperity is on top. Progress is the word. Prudent people are investing in Clarkston and Vineland at present compara tive low prices, because they believe that Lewiston-Clarks ton is entering upon a period of mighty growth and great prosperity. Our Land Regis ter is open to inspection. Our carriage and Col. Vernon are ever at your service for pleasant drive to look over Clarkston and V i n ejl a n d, t look for a home site, orchard tract or busines location, for occupancy or investment. LKWISTON WATCH AND POWER COMPANY. 'CLARKSTON. WASH. LKWISTON. IDA NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office el Lewis ton, Idaho, Oct 16. 19UU. Notice Is hereby given that the Following named settler has hied notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof wtll be trade before Hegister and receiver at Lewls .7r n '#2*.ri T D * C l900 - v,,; HuJI >'P h Schwär«. £.»£ £n", Wm' W qf ,4 ' " e qr "" V He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land vti: Reinhard Schneider and Joseph L. Craig, both of Morrow, Idaho; Thomas Moriarty and John Mo riaty, both of Westlake. Idaho. I B. WEST. Register. ! ! | I : ; j Try McGilvery & Co for your dish pau or stecle range. ATTENTION FARMERS! Have your seed wheat cleaned by the Lewiston Milling Co. They are prepared to take out all cockel and foreign seeds. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Lewis ton. Idaho. Oct 12. 1'AJU. Notice is hereby gyten »hat the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof ;n support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis ton. Idaho on Nov. 24, l'AJO, via: William J Depar lee. for sw^ sec 3. e 1 * se)j£ se*. 4, tp 32 n r 3. W B M. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via. George Ford of Lapwai, IJaho, end Theodore fctdie, Zechariah H. Strand and William Provose, all of Forest. Idaho. 10-lm J. B, West, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land Act June 3, 1878. I nited States Land Office. Lewiston Idaho. Aug. 31, 19U0. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4 1892. Richard N Steen of waha. County of Nez Perce. State of Idaho, has this day filed in ihis office his sworn statement No-for the purchase of the swjf, seX of Sec. No. 18, in Tp. No. 32 n r 3 W B M, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more val uable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land be fore the Register and Receiver of this office at Lew iston, Idaho, on Friday, the l6tli. day of November 1900. He names as witnesses: William E. Aytch, of Forrest. Idaho William H. Smith, of Forrest, Idaho. Benjamin F. Aytch of Forest. Idaho. Herbert E. Coburn, of Forest, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims ir this office on or before said ltth day of November 1900. J. B. WEST, Register. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY SHERIFF. Sheriff's Sale. Eugene O'Neill, as guardian of the estate of Mary Wing. Robert Wing and William Wing, minors, plaintiff, vs Martin J Wesseis and Minnie V. Wes sels, his wife, and T. V. Sluman, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree 6f foreclosure and sale, issued out of the district court of the Second judicial district of the state of Idaho, in and for the county of Nez Perce, on the 13th day of October, A. D., 1900, in the above enti tled action, wherein Eugene O'Neil!, as guardian of the estate of Mary Wing, Robert Wing and William Wing. minors, the above named plaintiffs obtained a judgment and decree of forclosurè and sale against Martin J. Wessels and Minnie V. Wessels, his wife, and T. V. Sluman, defendants, on the 3lst day of March, A. D. 1898, for the sum of $547.39, besides interest and accruiog costs, which said decree has been recorded in judgment book E of said court page 222, 1 am commanded to sell the certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situated, lying and being in the county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho, and bounded and described as follows, towit: Commencing twenty-nine (29) rods east from the southwest corner of the southeast quarter (se qr) of section twenty-three (23) in township thirty-eight (38) north of range two (2) west of Botse meridian; thence running east sixty-six (66) rods along sec tion line; thence north thirtv-six (36) and 4-11 (36 4-111 rods; thence west sixty-six (66) rods; thence south thirty-six and 4-11 (36 4-11) rods to place of beginning, containing fifteen (15) acres, in Nez Perce county, state of Idaho, hereditaments and appurte nances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper taining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Monday, the 19th day of November, A. 1). 1900, at 4 o'clock p. m. of that day in front of and at the front door of the court house of the county of Nez Perce, in Lewis ton, Idaho, I will in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interests and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder for the lawful money of the United States. J. W. Rozen, Sheriff. By Wm.Schuldt, Deputy. Dated October 25, 1900. COMMUTED PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land office at Lewis ton, Idaho, Nov. 3, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of h.s intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Dec. 22. 1900, viz: Fermin L. Hoskins, for the ne qr nw qr, sec 3, tp 36 nr 2. W B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Joseph Horr, of Smmmit, Idaho. Charles Bramlett, of Myrtle, Idaho, James L. Pearson, of Myrtle, Idaho. William O. Boyd, of Myrtle, Idaho. 35 J. B. West, Register HEADQUARTERS FOR SHOES 0E EVERY DESCRIPTION VISCOL WATER PROOF FOR THF, WET WEATHER. RUBBERS OF AU WIDTHS SIZES and LASTS Hastings & Butterfield THE SHOE STORE HOTEL DE FRANCE. W. H. Davidson PROPRIETORS. Completed remodelled. Every thing firstclass. Rates, $1 to $2 per Day YOU WILL NOT GET IT HANDED TO YOU IF YOU GET SHAVED at the MINT BAR B E R SHOP everything in PUMPKIN PIE ORDER BERT GARRETT PROPRIETOR ♦ ♦ * f * t * t ♦ * •f* t t * t * t * * * * + ♦ f * t * •I* t ♦ GEO. H. LAKE, Jeweler and Optician Next Door to Post Ooffice J. H. HENLEY H. B. HENLEY. J. W. HENLEY. H ENLEY BROS., inc GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho Dr. J. F. ATKINSON. DENTIST. First class work at reasonable prices. J)R. C. W. SHAFF. Surgeon. Office Rooms, Vollmer Building. Hours—Eye, Ear and Throat, 10 to 12 m. All other cases, 1 to 3 p. m. L. F. INMAN, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician Surgeon and Specialist. Chronic and nervous diseases of both women and men. Electricity used in all of Its forms as medicine. Office two doors east of the Bee Hive. Con sultation free. R. S. ANDERSON. Attorney at Law, LEWISTON, IDAHO Office over Lewiston National Bank. JAMES E. BABB, Attorney at Law. Lewiston National Bank Building. Lewiston Idaho. Practices in State and Federal Courts of Washington and Idaho, and owns complete Abstract Books of Nez Perce Co. McFarland & McFarland, Attorneys • at - Law, Lewiston, Idaho. Will practice in all Courts. GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, Attorney at Law. Probate matters aud settlement of estates carefully attended to. Office iu Adams Block. THOMAS MULLEN, Attorney at Law. Legal business of all kinds given prompt attention. Lewiston National Bank building, next door to U. S. Lauft Offica E. O'NEILL, Attorney at Law and No tary Public. All business carefully attended to. Will prac tice in ail courts of Washington and Idaho. Of fice on Main street. Lewiston In Dent fit Butler block. Daniel Needham, Ray D. Walker Late of Wisconsin Bar. NEEDHAM & WALKER. Attorneys at Law, Lewiston, Idaho Will practice in all state and federal courts. Office, room a, Lewiston Na ttonal bank building. I 2 , * d .*.K Ck 2?' Culv,r '„ timer E. Halsey. Laic of the Minnesota Bar. Late Recel ver U . S. Land _ Office. Marquette Mch. Miles S. Johnson Formerly of the Colorado Bar. CULVER, HALSEY ft JOHNSON, Attorneys and Counselors. Office in Adams Block. Lewiston, Idaho. U. fl. Laud office aud Department practice. Title litigation and Probate matters. State aud Federal Courts. Ernest McCullough, eiVIL ENGINEER Deputy Mineral Surveyor 497 Main Street LEWISTON Csbls "Macs**" Code McNeil TTDd® C 2 O » « Corner o! Fourth and Main Streets. LEWISTON,..........., bflMo DIRECTORS. C. Bunnell, AY. F. Kettenbach, Alexander, R. C. Beach, B. F. Morris, George H. Rester, Grace Kettenbach Pfaffiin. I TRÄHS/KTZ a general JB ÄKI KOM® ____easiness. Sight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United and Burope. Wles Tn • John P. Vollmer - ïï>fâ Of LEWISTON, IbflHS. Capital and Surplus J. 1 Strongest Bank in Idaho Fire proof vault lor the use of customers for safe keeping or valuables. Burglar proof steel protected by Sargent & Greenleaf time lock. Correspondents in all the principal cities of the Buy and sell exchange. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE : Fruit and Vegetable Lands in 5-acre lots or hss 4» two miles from town. Also the best Fruit and Vegetable Ranch Î in this valley To Rent to the right party, containing n acres, T full improved, a lots in city, Main street. 4, G. A. MANNING. THE MINT ^ Morrissey & Baker, Proprietors. Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies and Cigars. A club room in connection. Clark Building, Main Street. t t tttt t fttt f t ftt ffttttttt Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. | 8. Wildenthaler, Prop. Pre>h bread every day, oar *wa •pedal delivery. GMce grocerlei, nuis, candle*, paltry aid trait*. Main Street, Telephone No. 28. t tt t t t t I I I 11 1 ttttttttttt* » » "Russell" Engines Traction or Portable, Simple or Compound Wood or Straw Burners dt & *5 "Cyclone Threshers » » Automatic Stackers, Wind Stackers, Horse Powers, dt *£ Threshermen's Supplies of all kinds %£ «g dt dt : OSBORNE Binders, Mowers and Rakes PLANO HEADERS The Nez Perce Implement Co. LOCAL AGENTS ► A. D. GRIT MAN, manaqkr »