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Thermometer registered 11 above at 2 o'clock this morning and since then has been using rapidly. The cold snap was so sadden and un expected that in several instances it caught apples still on the trees judge Langford as trustee conveyed to day title to two lots 111 the town o Look out to t'.S.Puntenney. a merchant there. Will White, of the Lewiston National, went to Lapwai today to look after the Indian payment. About #23.000 of the money remains still unpaid. The dramatic club of the university will present Sheridan's play, ''The Rivals," at the opera house Saturdat evening. The proceeds go as a benefit to the university athletic association The fuel problem of Lewiston valley is assuming great proportions. It is esti mated that there are fully a thousand families in this vicinity that use on an average ten coads of wt.od per jear. The staple price is $5.50 per cord or a total of #55 000 pei year paid out for wood. The man who can solve the problem ol cheaper fuel would be a public lienefactor and a millionaire by right of discovery. The Vineland company are still active lv engaged on the problem of installing a general power plant in connection with their business interests in this valley. Mr. K. H. Libby, the manager, on being interviewed this morning on the status of the street railway proposition, refused to go into details with the reporter, but ad mitted that the engineers had been at work all year on plans and that active negotiations were now pending for in stalling a general power plant generating the electricity from the water fall of the i rrigating canal for the purpose of using it . for the street railwa y for electric lighting and for peneral power purposes. Ballad Coacert. The ladies of the Tscemitiicuni club are arranging for a ballad concert to be given for the benefit of the public library fund. The program will consist of ballad singing and instrumental music by the best local talent Following the program will be a social with refresh ments. The Odd Fellows have con tributed the hall and the musicians their services. The whole proceeds will go to the library fund. "Hamaa Hearts" Last Night. The theatre going public of Lewiston had a treat last night. All who witnessed the production of "Human Hearts" are universal in the praise given Manager Nankeville and the ladies and gentlemen of the company. The music was first class and Prof. Tucker, of Pullman, did himself proud in his violin work. The company worked together well and it would lie hard to pick the star among them but the tramp deserves special men tion, and also Tom logan's wife. The villain will probably never know just liow near he came to death. A gentle man just behind the writer remarked that he "believed he would lay for him and put him'undrr ground as such a mean CANTON Plots. (C=r Acknowledged ihe superior of all makes. The easi est handled, lightest drafL most durable and tuin the PvrfeyBy. Ua k adjusted to work on side hills, «die» others Ml. Have duet proof bub bands anti many UNnu<af superiority over all others. Made in all sites with STEEL or CmLLEIi bottoms and Riding Attachment. Compare them with others and see il.eu, Work and you will buy a Canton. Manufactured by PARUN A OBERDORF? CO.. CARTOR. ILLINOIS CALL on Us Before Pur ; chasing and Get PRICES / vvivnrvm A Car Load j Just Arrived j | TTTTi IF CARTON DISCS HARROW. Is all «reel, which makes it very strong and durable. It is simple in construction and has leu paru to wear than any Disc made. The chilled iourtuDwarin« aïr rÄ ,,, - pm P f u" nd c,n •* e *»'ly oiled. Th*ere fa absolutely no end thruat to wear on the bearings. i^.*""** *°. srrangod that they canuot ra.se ulv« | h d5"i U r" ,h * c * 1 Mlr ., bu< ««»y adjust them A 1 n furTOV " M ,0 " P>» c «s i« rough ground. art Ä ^'a"mS , y thM ' he C '~' PAfiUR t 0REN00RFF CO.. CANTON, ILLINOIS. I j j i j i j I' ^ skunk had no bushiest to live." They played to a lull house. We recommend this company to any community which may lie lucky enough to bill them. Reversed in the Supreme Court. In the case of Lizzie Haner vs. North erti Pacific railroad Co., to recover dam ages for the killiug of a cow, in which a judgment was received before Judge Steele against the company, has been re versed bv the supreme court. This is pt . rhaps auüt i, er case where the costs ,. xc . eef j the vaUle of the cow . James E. Babb represented the .com j puny and D. T. Winne and Tlios. Mullen represented the plaintiff below, but did not appear in the case in the supreme . court. I ! County Examination Today. Miss Harrington is conducting a quar-j terly examination for teachers at the court room today. Owing to the bad ™ e " thcr ,. ^ atte,,dance ,s f l ulte sma11 ' No applicants are trying lor first grade certificates. The subjects taken up today ; , were arithmetic, history, geography and .... . grammar. The work usually occupies three days, but since court convenes Sat urday the work will be rushed to a close tomorrow. Those ill attendance are. Misses Anna Tiele and Bessie Church of i ,* , ,e , rCh °' ! Uw,St °" ; M '" K '» ie etta; Sherman case and Charles H. San ders of oenesee; Henry G. Cordes of Kaiuiah; George W. Perriae of Möhler; Miss Nellie F. SUrr of Southwick. Arraagiag lor Boads. The newly elected county officers are arranging for their bonds and most of them through the guarantee companies. F. W. Kettenbach, agent for the United States Fidelity Loan Guarantee Co., ac cepted the application of two of the heaviest bonds today,. that of B. F. Bashor, assessor-elect for $30,000 and A. W. Kroutinger, sheriff-elect for $10,000. FOR RENT—A 4-room bouse, base ment and large barn. Block 4, North Park place, near Normal. Have cus tomers for residence, business and farm property. Frank J. Yovng, Lewiston NatU. bank block. NOTICE. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call and settle without further delay. Should I tie ab sent from the office Otto Kettenbach or William Robnett are authorized to col lect anil receipt for the amounts. C. C. Bunnell. .j «„ „ ,, 1 Have you seen McG.lvery & Go's hue j ° „ , . . , , , j „ams and bacon MWHdtubaler's °'| j ESTRAY NOTICE j vt ,■ , . * , ; Notice is hereby given that I took up > at my residence one mile uorth of Slick- j apoo in Nez Perce comity, Idaho, ou I November i, 1900, the following described i Itruvs tn.uit ■ ! estrays, to-wit; One sorrel gelding horse, branded thus, "7x" on left hip. One dark bald faced bay gelding, small lump 011 jaw, branded thus, "L F" on right shoulder. Owner can have property on paying costs and proving property as required by law. Stephen A Scully. Dated November 2t, 1900. Coming and Going C. Haker of Stuart left this morning for home District court opens Saturday for the adjourned session. Mrs. Caroline Tinkhaiii is visiting friends in Spokane. Dave Powell, of Asotin, started for Spokane this morning. Dick Ruddy is in the city today from , Ulclt KUUUy „ U1 i the Kimrock country i „ , , * * Kettenbach left on the boat this morning for Portland. Harry Madgwick was a passenger on the Spokane taain this morning. The Rev. R. D. Osterhout returned to 1 his flock at Orofino this morning, ! George Harris, of Duluth, Minn , who ' ! has been with us the past few .lavs, left I today. _ * , , , 1 George h. P,rb liegati work for the O 1 _ „ ® .... ; R & N. coMpanv today. He is employed I r J 1 ' ■ as warehouseman at the wharf. I Mrs. K S. Cuyler was a passenger on the train this morning. She is 011 her way to Kaiuiah to visit relatives. R. B. Hooper and C. W. Mount were passengers on the Norma thi^morning j for a trip up to their mining property at | Salem bar. | W. L. Taylor, of the Deering machine j company, left for the Camas Prairie j country this morning. He will return in ! 8 few days. It is said that the manager of the dra matic company was hot last night, the owner of the opera house roasted and the audience nearly frozen. The ventilation in the building was so irregular. Dan Greenburg left the city I his morn ing for his home in Chicago where he will spend the remainder of the winter Dan.s many friends in Lewiston wish him a pleasant visit and a safe return. Johu Stewart of the Edge wood Butter company of Spokane, has been a visitor in our city for a fqw days. Mr. Stewart carries a gold medal won at the 1876 cen tennial which shows him to be a butter man of some reputation.. He has been introducing bis goods here, and thi„ morning left for a trip through the Camas prairie country. A New Postoffice. Shail Lewiston have a new postoffice is a question of local interest just now con 1 sidered paramount by a great liutr her of j onr citizell8 . Evldently there is a crying j need in Lewiston for better and more eommodions quarters for the postoffice j I lie business has outgrown the present j quarters. V new building is needed ; one with more room and better accouittio > , j ( * at,onii f° r 'tigress and egress. The geu I era * delivery of mail at the Lewiston i office is very large and the crowds that ! ... . . gather to await the opening of the gen eral delivery, completely block the nar row passage leading from the only door in the building to the lock boxes. Own ers of boxt s are aluiost compelled to en tlure the dangers of a bargain counter rush to get to look after their mail and then to make their escape again. Ii many cases women and children are com pelled to wait at other places or give up 1 getting their mail till morning, j Lewiston is a postoffice now of the i second class. \ he city arrived at that ; dignity at the beginning of July. The I government furnishes the building for I second-class postoffices and while the I department has taken no action tqpratd I new qnarters, there is no doubt that it ! would tlo so if the matter were properly : presented. Land Office Notts. The plat giving the definite location of the Northern Pacific extension of miles on the Culdesac branch has been approved by the department. Notice was received at the local office today. The following filings were made today Louts Fells for 160 acres near Cory Latah county. ' C. M. Blackburn for 80 acres near Te kean on the reservation. August K 1 ckeutager for 80 acres near Lory, Latah county. FROM THE WISE MEN Bobbs—Nobbs joined the great majority this mornitig. Dobbs—Poor fellow. I am shocked to learn of his death. Bohbs—O, he didn't die. He voted for McKinley.—Baltimore American. Senator Hanna will live in the records of party politics in the United States as a great captain, a hard campaigner and a lighting man who was never humiliated by defeat.—Cl ;velaiid Leader, Democracy was knocked out. but it is going in for another "go" four years hence in better training and with more experienced people in its corner.—Mem- ! 1 «* Commercial-Appeal. We shall all be ready for Thanksgiving ! supremely thankfully that for a breath ing spell, at least, there will be no more elections and campaigns. — Louisville Courier-Journal. 1 he Milwaukee Daily News, dem., con at all soles itself with the thought that "with a few exceptions none of our really great men have been raised to the presidency. A Kansas editor has discovered how to tell a man's politics vvheu you meet him in a hotel washroom: "The republican will wash and emptythewater basin. The democrat will wash and leave the water. The populist will wash in the water left standing by the democrat." This does not seeui to accord w ith the widespread belief that the rural pop simply entered and combed his w hiskers anti didn't wash at all.—Denver Post. Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice. The best canned vegetables is the Mil lionaire Club, for sale at Russell's groc ery. JT, Do you want a carpet? See McGilvery & Co.' ATTENTION FARMERS! Have your seetl wheat cleaned by Lewiston Milling Co. ____________ „ the ......... s They are prepared to take out all cockel and foreign seeds. Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice. BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY. Parties wishing room and board in pri vate family can be accommodated at 125 Swanson street, north of Dr. Phillips' residence, third house from railroad. —Wildeuthaler's, headquarters for all kinds of Schilling's Best goods. WHEAT STORED FREE. The Lewiston Milling Co., are prepared to store 40,000 bushels of wheat for mil ling purposes .without any storage charges. For rent—A number of nice rooms, single or en suite. Light and heat. Busi ness center. Address lock box 460, Lew iston. ESTRAY NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I took up on Nov. 12, 1900, the following estrays at my ranch one-and-one-half mi'es east of Cameron, Nez Perce county, Idaho, to wit: One bald face bay horse, branded thus: "E" 011 right hip, weight about 800 pounds. One brown horse, star in forehead, branded thus: "S M" on right hip, weight about Soo pounds. One 2-year old brown colt, no brands visible. One iron grev 2 year-old colt, branded thus: "D" on shoulder. One grey cayuse, no brand visible. Owner can obtain said property upon payment oi all charges required by law. H. E. Wessels. Dated Nov. 19, 1900. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR CONTRACT TO REPAIR THE FOUNTAIN GRADE. 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 Fountain 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 uecessary tournouts, etc. Said bids will be opened on date above mentioued. Dated this 23d day of October, 1900. P. E. Stookey, Clerk. By J A. Gill, Deputy. i9-5t NOTICE. The Prescription Drug store is now lo cated at the place formerly occupied by the Fashion. Captain Schattner, well known as a competent ana thorough pharmacist, personally compounds all prescriptions and private recipes, thereby insuring that thoroughness so essential in all prescription work. J. J. PHILLIPI, 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 iull fine of Foreign and Domestic Goods. Swanson street, back of Dr. Phillip's tesidence : : : : HOTEL DE FRANCE. W. H. Davidson PROPRIETORS. Completed remodelled. Every thing firstelass. Rates, $1 to $2 per Day ARE YOU ONE Most Complete Line in the City Of those people who have not "Caught On ? " If you are, it is not too late to mend your error by buying your DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, and GROCERIES J. ALEXANDER ^ Rooms 25c and 50c Neat and Gean Meals. 25c | BOLLINGER HOUSE New Brick Building 4 D Street t Between Third and Fourth LEWISTON, IDAHO > WVVTvJl 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. y y y FOUND An Appetite. * ,THE loser can be put into possession of his property by calling at the...... W-S REST AURANT J. O. VASSAR, Manager. F. B. WILLIS, Sec'y and Treasurer Ï LEWISTON Furniture and Undertaking Co. Wholesale and Retail I Ccrffins, Caskets, Robes, Embalming MOULDING, FRAMING and MATTING arc Made a apcc* laity........... Phon* ISj. Odd Fellows* Building.