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». THE TELLER. u;h isto,xori h iuaho. into«* .\avGN HEB lack tar*. AITI.U THE TilUt.S The Rachclot 's Advice. W4L a. THE TELLER. J'nbll*lirA Etw Friday Kvcning. —BY— A. LELAND & SON, oo 2 dfl * 25 Prepayment ra nil cases (lent,itideil. All pa I discontinued when time of subscription expired. I«, of Ailvertisl..« Itdnre.l. In Foin : f«o;irc [1 inch in c'himn)! insertion $2 Oft - ....... 1 on ilON TO OME I t Y STREET LEWISTON 1 T. Verm» e f Solucrluioti, at Coin Knie« |r#eLf!t#w per Yuan........................ Ç: 1 " Six Moxthk.................. ; Two At a." 111 3,....... linglc K umher lb rj Additional intemon.. wref one insertion.. insertion g-n, uv# on-e insertion........ l ij.i. Hon«! inMrHfn......... 1 00 r> oo 1 f>0 çe m^rhoji..... » 1 inirri »On.... Each at! irFqUPï ;•«!> ft-Uiti'i :i& h»If yearf v a «1 nor.-terly a avert is jaunt* more •ftnin f r *if eqUW's inserted Itv special contract. t > • i-ufeseionol and ArtUm.-' ( aul? of one ^ kquare or les*, per quarter.............. •' *'0 loticcs in local column foxo. pt voluntary) lut none for less than.......................... ' l '" Lcipy advertisements and resolution»' P tr line cacti insertion.................,.........., f.ecal Advertlseinic iAtlrs. In *. oln ; Ruanions, Sheriff's Sales and ::'l otbor V leal notice# per inch first insertion......s ' Second ipsortion ............................., J Mach subsequent insertion............ 7 transient advertisements and notices prrpnyraont demanded, aJl others paya ble quarterly. Iltlsod «tonn wheat, good bhiier, pradelivern.l us at lie wist on, will be received in payment subscriptions at Lewiston cash rains at't1n»e delivery IbONZOLELANI). CHAS.. F. J.ELAND. Irrit ai and Departure of !Wc!!» to unit from l.ctvlstou, I. T. i To ami ffDnY A^nlla Walla ntf! infcrmoiltat« 1 ■(»int?. Leutes ilitily. (Sundn.''.« ex<*optofl.) at . A. M« Arrives daily, (Sunday« excepted,) ! It i , 1*. M. 1 I To and from Mt. Idaho, Florence, Warrens, ] Rlk City and Slate Creek. 1 e-tves daily! [Sundays excepted) at f» a. m., arrive« at 7 r. m To and from Pine Grove and intermediate ! loint?. Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at f», . M. Arrives Wednesdays and »Saturday at 7. » M. i To and from Pierre City. Leaves Mondays pt 7', A. M. Arrive Saturdiiys at 5, P. M. * ! To anti from Colfax. Leaves »Saturdays nt ! ÜA.M. Arrive? Fridavs nt 7, IL M. t I M »'dnci-ilays i Tt» and from Wallowa. I 1 ß a. m., arrives Hatutdny.. at OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, OF IDAHO.' • ! I ...J ......ii. Squii-r .......... P tV. Poe — XI. K IJoilistpr A. L. Uichurdsmi ........Geo. Ainsio ! ....II. E. Pricket i ; elejiite iu Congress............. Hivemor............................. 8. Attorney.................... JTrensurer.........................Ini Enntrolier..................... |jri>8tS CI.EUK8 i m ST a t District erk ftrict Attorney... District........ krk.................. ptrict Attorney., strict........... itrict Attorney.................. F. E. Ensign file Judges of the 1st 2nd and rid dis- : fcu assemble at the capital on the firs; | lu day in January in each year, and con ■tute the Supreme Court of Die Territory Ith - L - ' ' • Istice, .................................... jThe Judicial Districts and the times and t laces of holdiirp Courts in each are desig- j %ted by the HqpVome Court when in ses k)u and are liable to change each venr. LAND OFFICES : nrveyor Gen...............Wm. H. Chandler IDAHO DISTIilCT ...John D. Miller James Stout i I'. R Fenn - Brayman 1 5 i «i ol?* 11 « .ui ; ......(Miaae ! man Buck j i Finn toon j . Perrault j roRNKYS. | rnhn Fi*H'U ; i 'y,"*, -•••••......I the 1 f ' ! p 7 nfl , district ns Ch.ef, ice, nml A. L. Ricbnriison as f lers. ,« t;.u: a :.i nr..,— » iu.. .—, . [fgister feceiver LEWISTON DISTRICT. ....................,......T, M. Uowe DRTH IDAHO COUNTY OFFICIALS : NEZ I'ERCE CO. lobate Judge.....................D. »T. IFarner .........Ezra Baird ....Thos. Hudson ........A. Bin nurd ,.J. H'. Xorthrup J ...X. B. Holbrook | v Wm. Ewing 1 Currv 1 pgial^r., tceiver. keriff........... . ....... i'-'iitor A Recorder. ■«isurer.» ............. ■senor................. , | l>. IJOIH p;;y'v CominissioDere i-.....lv • ' j:........ 3. M. 0 eoo.\rr, rebate Judge...,,....... •ft Recorder......... beritT,. [adiurr easnrer................. jBsesBor................... bunty Comiiiissiohcrs I). L FIk2 ..........J.nl in Mull ■ ...VI K Y *: ........... G. F ore r 1 ...... t* G-.ffn-'. > ..It. M. G Bradley '.j ... D • II. J < ' tne ; IDAHO COUNTY. Irobate Jidge...,.............»ihu.m -shv luditor k Recorder............... B. F. M rri« (ruBsure ......... F Oliver iBsesaor R- W White . 1 g «maty Commistiouer» I Zg*o. Dempster ! ' j ......J. H. Foekl-r A Sen.at lima i Humor—The Wj-nnc Man Arresteri—The Guilty Partir» Hunted Down—One oi Them Captured. A highly sensational rumor was start ed here last cv> ni^g, and apparently I well authenticated; to the effect that at ! the conclusion of the inquest held over the bodies of the victims of the Scow I Bay murder, at Port Tow use mi. On : Tuesday last, I>r. Miner had, by the as ; sistahee of a certain scientific instrument I similar t : discovered the likeness of the perpétra 1 ,llr murder photographed upon I the vyc <>f the'murdered woman. Also, that several members of the cor .tier's , j urv had. by looking through ill- in«'™ 1 ' ■ " . -, ... i ment .in question recogniz'd the lik- iu>s _______________________________'«maps "I'f;......*>*'< ' " " ,v ' r " n,r - i . , cJcpictea upon the eye j livio that of a ui mi near the r-cene of'lie tragedy; and that Sheriff Miller, acting upon ibis clue, had uiscovered tnat the person m ques tion had repeatedly threatened the life of Mr. llaiftlit s eue time previews to ti c murder. hi tlioir wav up f some of tho ! was •' v Tills III 'till;. Was brought here by Major Haller and several other gentlemen " v. h , he ,rd ,» Whid by Is Sound port ""ieo tom arres's v, one ot th ff is name 'ironmi I r j» i; , i * p.f ' joining y, \ ((> ( ' ^ , i caSl » \ j ; u«'T l ~*v*n , r n mitred to j the ptnfem r j V(1 ] j, , clue Wg 1 * c Tl ■ i a mir the only lie t i« own ;i claim ■r,- i "im and ver. we lorn to day (h it *wo yc^'-'-d.iy 'and ll'af Minies proved to be the TV it ON if MAH' Did: Martin, arrest, appears r hapti.'iiod t i at. of tile mn i bis arrival at i'o-.-t. Tovrn lie was immedia:e.ly re* cc tidy, wiih iut even un ex mina'ii'n or h:dng com ii. From him, »coord in g to i" "f our informant, who : r h Port ( 1 au-.hle t '-dav, a 1 here wc-m t .v ■ mon. i tieipated in the shocki whom was a wiiite man l'ARTi;:.«. ems, who par crime, one of York. and t) -» r.rb . -r n ! i îi 1 i ss bose n nn-a nr i u f* n.irit member. T5e t-.v p * ü n w in a le sin ca \ ■ ■ rir by. pears wap ke.-pin^ c ompan breed « sirl, wbo hi •1 hoc Ifnij-ii •*'. Iii. :» c s-nî'V i. it h!si . npped rs. wa - :i hr girl Thu irirl, if pp. •in':, !l missed i fnmj II uikj ÎLt's hr ei ] f v How. ot rô ; : or re ,.ji VC( j , >. if'.,,, , ■ a half I i Haight's bad trikr some reports ahou complimentary to When these repo half breed a family, an ■ incaSdon i > efrcnl it her. not altngetbe herself and York ; reached York an acia'o at lue ;-u".* 1 they were greatly incensed at Haight, and. in the presence nfscveral witnesses; declared that THEY WOULD KILL HIM. Accordingly, it appears.'they immcli proceeded to execute their -hrea' ,, - . ... and ai u r inuriieriug tliuir viel qn -,ri cold blood, and finding that thov h id Ihm n caught in the act. by his wife, they eoti eluded to murder her also, acting on the suggestion tint "dead people tell no tales. ' But murder will out sometimes, and so with them, their foul deed Ins found them "Ut. The eyidi nèé. we nn derstand. is ennelu-i-e. Y rk has been arrested, and the officers are after the half breed who has fled from the camp but will likely be caught, — Pacific Tri bune. ! ; I ; 1 i ! ! Mr. Newell's proving and hi probable. It is Mr. N- well was Slowly Recovering. _ j lition is slowly im con : recoverv is •i)> it 'hree w taten sick. T : n nt Mr b lit' 11', th and upper pan a! days hi- life delirious um I nfrength '»il d advance of 1 he his eondit n and has »lowlv i* hoped that • . • & otili .„t'-ia hack .4 hi" , ,, • - ...I.. Fort.» was di'pari 1 of; ils of the I'liv, nod his r ipidl • But a' last the disease was cheeked and been me more favorable [t v improved ever since. It in a few weeks he will be! ! ^lc to resume his duties in thc office. TU W Statesman. Mu Enn on: Happening to be one j ot t|iut, unfortunate class of out-casts, ' commonly known as bachelors, and not i beiog altogether reconciled to ray un- 1 happy lot. have fallen of late into the t r me, mtotbe habit of brooding over the wrongs and j sufferings of this peculiar class of thc I germs homo, and trying to devise some ■ of relieving them from the great j »' *U* t, „„ «C.I. knowledge, they are compelled to carry evejy day. Believing that tho ex-| perienee ol these unfortunates is in the •: ,, , , rnaih the same, and that there is a , I i •; a i , . , ,ll lT i ! be inflamed to such a degree, as to fe-! i , , , | ,0 C | a ^ l ', j about to be made is intended only f-r ame kindred feeling existing among them, have concluded, with your permission, to extend to my co-sufferers my eutire sympathy, and to make known to them a certain secret which I firmly believe will largely conduce to their comfort and make their condition in life more Now ns this revelation e fears of my own class, w. ul 1 very c "ndeou-ly request young ladies, who j c f, anc( ; t„ glance at this article, t j desist. Otherwise the hatred and malic ; they now have ag inst us as a rae j suit very seriously. both to themselves j and it--. My nilvice, fellow fufferors, is iidiously nvoid the tinu:;.» of young j l.'ulii'«, where bewitching smiles and ; facimitihg manners are to be met with. perieuce is that those sunny arituniMhe ruhby lips beautiful and accomplished young i and those tender glances that j stoat from soft blue eye», are dcstruet : „ vl . w l gmiles .»h.y 1 of oiir peace and happiness, and ag gravating of our miseries. We must being nurscltcs to look upon them as a race inimical to us by nature, who are Mill antly employe. 1 ti devising new mo(j(f.3 of torture, an<î having enpfured f tho wettker of oitv ^rotherli iod. him in her deadly gyisp. loving him ns thc murderous eat with ; tho llolplefs mouse. A BAfllKLtVt. (Quartz DUrovcry. A new and what prouiiet ............- ....... i" - ...... vr-ry important quartz discovery h < i oi'iitllv been made in Missoula i *' 10 pew mining section has ,* . ' ; ______i 4»u r ..n...... * .. ... tened, "Wallace District, the gu liant leader who n ehastlised the raiding Xez 1 IjO.TJo trail in Angus: i '8 made consist of ove ledges, carrying gold, riiree oi the lodges ar ten th twenty feet, i well defined vi ins. have been or he. and from 25 to 4 22 to M u from 87 to 8 ' •j". .. i ' i '• : VOT* thirty different ud cupper, .»tied frnni IK \ ari.pis as-ays site return4 arc lit. copper, from ■ ton in silver, and gold. ]f further rh 1 ... , , /'' e " mve. tula iMU:.';: v u: .•■» » have oy • ••! ve ic-r ii* :, i : i» g camps of the t orri uhe new mines lay from two to five miles up a iribiUary of Hell Cate, some 20 miles above Mbsoubi and (nur miles from Baker's station. Several xperts, representing mon yed men. examining the mine" a fid if satisfactory rep testing ores, .re returnc investments will hç made, and reduction j workfrorec ted'.— UeraU. 10. lT»m»,.' S L»ve far the Beautiful. ! 1 w man we:i into a barber's shop street som-> weeks ago uud wanted t " k: ", w '". w '""«h >«■ would'ceist to dy j a mafi s hair an t moustache. The price : »n jia red and she then asked the bar her *m . et Ins die and follow her. enn here nj he .said '.Li/ > j 1 . V» v as i . : fcdR". ■■■tty for , he f Dieral,' ID d i.^u It, b u »;s • ■* i tfwk v d i 1 ; s- ■• lUW H.ia ronnd a r .fiTiu wi'h *ui ..I ! d mi:, in it, s I want bin littie. 11 W'is alwavs a "P '»tieil he ii id his hair dved. I fix-d e ut \ kn iw vmiif mine fiso l that way it I was ay and dead." ' Tim btrber dyed th; dead man's hair in lie highest stylo of the art. and the j widow remarked, when all wa* over, i. j i ; ; ; 1 i widow reiuarveo, wnen all wa« over, that/'ho was the loveliest corpse evet buriyd oo th e Comestock."- Virginia ! A>K') Hiroïv'dr. Some Interesting Information. j General X. I\ Chapman, of Califor ' recently a resident of the District i Columbia and its Delegate in Con 1 S 1 '« 8 », uccou'panied by J. U. Montgom t £? rli * Dd ' vi,it0 ' 1 fir town last week. The latter returned honje thc j next day while General Chip,nan con I finued his investigations of tho resources ■ ttl< ' eo,, iitry. Prom him wo learn j ""d f,cti of '"*«««* ■■ "bowing the bteräÄÄ*'" " < " 1 " At the Walk Walla land office there wcre ' n ^70 one hundred and sixty.ono pre-emption filings ma le; in 1870 there Map;# «lit- in 1*7" 7 50 .._j wens 2Ul; in 18^7 were 758, and in 1878 to Out. 80, although tho (41 fax district was cut off, in April the filings Were ill. J ho lruuestead filings were increased iu like proportion. At the Lewiston land dffico he learned that in 187Ö the pre-emptions were ten; 1876 there were seven; in 1877 there were two hundred and sixty-one and in 1878 there were 405, and homesteads in like pro. portion. At. the Colfax office l e found tho pre-emptions file 1 since the office was opened, April 5th. 1870. were 51)2; homesteads two hundred and thirty; timber culture 220. Nothing could betf r show in a few lines th- rapidity with which the coun , *y k fiiiiog up, Gen. ('. is great y de i lighted w ith tho country and says it is revelation '' ' 3 to him. lie prefers not t give bis impressions fully until be l as sH'ti morn, but ho unhesitatingly pro nounces nas'e-n Washington :.» the c-i.ii ing great wheat growing region of the I niti'd .States, anil as possessing capa bilities timt would startle thc fanners u! the ,States if they knew tli m. Gen. ('. took some barometrical elevations with an Aneroid'barometer which will bo in. tere.-ting to our readers as showing the elevation above tho level of the sen of différent places in this country as /ol lours: Wiill i Wall».................. '»WDs* Station................ Summit neur WHitshtjrg.., Wjiitsburg...................... Dayton .......................... Siimtiiir near Ilurkf ville.... tir!— villo..................... i -'p of 1:ill m nr Tu fh nnotj F: ■ m Palatin ily.. .....850 fret. ...15.50 " ,...1800 " ....1150 " ... loon 11 ....2750 " ...2500 " .. 2500 " ............... 1500 " crook.,.......1000 " ...............1850 " ................ 2100 " ............... 1725 " Lewiston.. 825 11 ...........*..2000 " i ' • :six oiiivs belov 'fri! (X ................... ' 'th--" cli.valions taken in valleys and •ii h.gji ianiis show a variiilion r.f iront ::ve »uiiidred to ..no tin usand feet be : •••• ecu fLi in. Gen. C. found the farmers tonerally better satisfied with tlm high iands for wheat than with the valley! lauds, but the latter arc i ,d, and are specially desirable as Usuaiiy tmntaiiiilig streams of water. He also found llVin - ol *.i''"U3 ui nutci . ^ ,at "aicr is eiblaincd on high land by digging from fen to sixty (e. t.— Palomr (fitso!ft'. —I Truth in a ,\ut Shell. The following from tho Albniy Rcrj. star, is the "truth, every w«rd of it:" 'd'hfi bc-r receipt we know, if you want to be misernble, is t > think about your se if, how much you have lost, how much you have not. made, and the onor pros pect for the future. A brave man with soul in him gets out. of such miserable ruts and laughs at. discouragement, rolls up lus sleeves, whistles and sings and makes the best of life. This earth was never intended for Paradise, and the man who rises above his discouragements and kc>ops his manhood, will only be the j stronger' and better V* his adversities" Many a noble ship lias been saved by ! ,hrowin - overtxmrd ils mod valuable 1 cargo. in*i many a mao ih better and more humane after he lias lost his gold." Sensible Prophecy. i. A HARD WINTER. An ex -hange says: If signs don't j toil, t he oo u in g \\ inter will be the cold i ' st i - : ' ■ ■ r 111 u i ■. d in tiii- lat itude since t he country ra discovered by a man named v ir. ; 'urn The squirrels are lay ng in their winter cod. the beavers are V" 'mg -; in the basement of their edges, the bee« have killed .- ff all their ; drom - nod i:ne<l th-ir hives with sheet ; ' r : i . : -lie iyu-:..;tt' nia flying s tub. wild bucks are einiinittuig suicide the <»•»,»«.■» ; bom- is black s sn.'en inches deep, west ern edit -r- are soliciting wood iu ex 1 -hange I r -ulis'-riptions. poor families are buying an extra dog, and we liavt had a ucw e-dlar i u! on our ! «' , ..u . *«i; over-coat Harri si>.—The Pa'louso Uasetteszvs * ' iie Oon*ritntion carried by about * * • ***• • — two maj .rity in Whitman county, W. Populatlun ot Wathlngt n Territory. The following is the populatiou of Washington Territory by counties, taken by the assessors and recently received in full by the territorial auditor. Add the increase since last Spring nnd the total ! would perhaps be 7)5.000: Chchnlls........... . ................... Clftllrttn................... % .544, ..inno I ..180U I f'larke. Golumbia......... "■Cowlitz .......... "Island............. Je(T*rson .......... Kitsap.............. Kinjj................. Klickitat........... Lewis................ Mason .............. Pierce............... Pacific.............. San Juan .......... ♦Skamania........ Snohomish........ ♦Sierena........... Thurston .......... Wahkiakum...... Valla Walla......... Whatcom ........... Whitman....... Yakima............... Total............................................... E •timnted lr;:u) census of] '7i Oregonian. i lie increase since the above census will swell tho population to 00,000. ms* -- - - --- rn|tri||r China's Views of tUe Chlucuc UucsUou. Washington, Nc v. 4 ___The Star ■ thi;- evening publishes the following, j which there it good reason to believe ! was furnished or inspired by onj of thc ! outside agents of the Six Chinese Com- j punies now in \\ ushingtou, end which i may therefore be considered a fair in-, dicatiou of what aid cau bo expected from the Chinese in procuring a modifié cut ion of tho Burlingame tn atyu Thc ; mission of the Chinese embassy to this i country is said to be to protect the rights ! of the J'ckin government in case any -V...........o470 j .............. S8Ï0 ! ...... lKPp ; 5-rî'; ! ■i 1 , . . . ■ v " v any legislation is attempted to reverse the Burlingame treaty, so-is to give this government snnio control nf ih. mnu» ' govern ment sonio control of the matter | of Chinese immigration. The Chinese ! I | ! j I I -------- ---- ------ r have an idea founded upon demands • made by Congressmen from (be Pacifie coal i h. » » . I • .7 , - aL . C coast, that to bring the eoutrol of im migration solely wi bin the poweroPthe 1 U u i to tl Slates is virtually to prohibit it. j It is believed that if such action is in- j sistcil lipon V C.'iigiOM, China will take ' sti f>. to prohibit American immigration I Jto China to tho extent that Chinese ini- ! tÄ; China in this re: p-ct is s„id to be the I spécifié duty of Chin Lan Pin and bb | ' suite, in corning to the II'it» d State- 1 IV as it a Snake. Dr. Sparling informs ut to-day of a remarkable result of a case of sea. ici ness which uccurr.d on the last trip nj j ■ ' t ', 10 *^ ea,, '*^lp Dakota up from S ir, ; hrancisce*. Among the pas-etigcr- w is a young lady coming up to Victoria. This Inly, who-e name the doctor did not Darn ha for sev ral years be»u suffer mg from a fninful disorder in her stom aen. She had been treated in turn by all the p ineipal physician» in Sun Fr a eiseo, and had traveled quite oRteusivr !v, and been treated bv physieiane else, where, in hope of obtaining relief. But she became no better. She was v«iv seasick during the entire trip tip from Sau Francisco and finally, during the second or third day out, hove up what appeared to be a snake—a hideous 1 . h ing creature, measuring seven inches in length, with a flat head like a sculpiu, a white belly and dark back. One of the officers of tin; boat who informed Dr. Sparling of t-o matter, says that those who examined the creature pronounced it a snake. It was more probably, how ever, a large stomach worm of unusual ; size and proportion».— Pacific Pribunv : ! Oct. 81»t. ttc-Openiiig a TIiuiouglifure. In order to guard itgainsi results utter!v j subversive cl health, it is absolutely essen- ! *inl ttmi til— grand ihorn,ishf.> ■» or avenue of 1 1:- sv»i»m, l!:e I• weis, siiaui 1 fie re- ; npci'-d a, speedily «» posh.m- tfir-r ) t.eenft». obstructed If tiler are not. the 1 oile is misdirerted into tfie blood; the liver htc-ao-s torpid; viscid hjjjuus loaltvr gets! i'i'o the stouiscfi, and produci-.« indigestion; I headaches ensue. nn d other symptoms arc i pr Minced, which a prolongation of th - tx ci'ing cause only tends to aggravate. The aperient properties of llestctter's Htutnaeh Bitlers constitute a most useful agent iu overcoming constriction of the bowels, and promoting a regular habit of body. It is .infinitely superior to tb* dr ratio cathartic* U»»' 1 f'-r the purpo-e, siuee it , I - oes not. like them, act violently. Lut pro «iuci-s a m turn!, painless effect, which does ; *••*•»»*« *»««, Which does ; ,,ot iropHir the tone of the cvacuatorv or* 11 • mt- i une oi ice evacuatorv or* j ! ff*»*. which it intijrora'.es instead of weak* etiinjç. The stomach nnd liver, also, iu- i ! '"^hJ.nüro ""7 regulated Ly it. strengthened and ^ -■lm. ! I I ■ j ! ! j i ; i ! Dealer in general MERCHANDISE. j ! ; ! *-" n,! ' An, ly 0,1 band the most complete stock of Fe» warding- and CoaimtsMon. LKWI.nTONI. t. GENERAL MERCHANDISE ■i »V THF TERRITORY. B F.tXÜ AGKNT 10!t MANY OF TUB lines of gnmlH that I offer for sale, an t 1 other lines haring been bought at the liowciit Caih Price, From firft haml in 8AN FRANCISCO and BAST. I Am Prepared To OFFEU INEQtAL BAR6AINS To Bajers. d~4 RAINS AND 8UÏTÀBLE FARM PRO MT duos, taken at the bigheat market price. - 2d.tr • ■ l tip SfiFAT MiDlFCT "***"" " iVIMrKWC I ■ ' .. ........... ............ ..i ; '" | (4"xt'.'T0M'.'!t8 'U«u' ... ,,,(3-. WILL FIND THAT i r J-----<l««M Fast «.f J. I*. Vnllmor'« nnn • u,l '" e , wUu , »«" '»ith a call will fiu<Ub»t! '"''mV " h h T l!; " 1 ■— .rtiel« n'f innntf», »ud dl lundi of lauaage, nt« IUJAA0NABLK FRICK, J. Ku'iswn, 1 ________j_ Froprlstor. j i | u C t) V aT" j ■— I ▼ E ti Y »9 i A 3 L E y ' K.N»X.AH1>« W. A. CALDWELL, I ! PROPRIETORS. AbTÄ^JRRSKSlSK | LEWISTON, NORTH IDAHO. 1 j G E N E a Ai. f l E D, SALE : LSVIhir- Hivjrsiinsm. Git 101(1 new P.Oron.u are inèiteJ, who will liuii tli« maimgeiiient "%»»l .N« ( imi'M'." j ! ; ) 1 I i , «sorl.nent M ; FOR SALB. ro\rWi lots là .TIS'H.lki'.Y'S ADDITIOX. r|vni': undi/kcm.-vki) has causkd to 5 ljl 'K' ■ . i IdMCkf a >» I inis, a portion of hip 1 md • »i tJ»« 1 P it east of the trcliool house,' .iu«i witîui» tli4* iim-its of tHo oily oj /xrwiihg, irMch ho gIF&ts far .-»!e. Thc surrey eiubraoev 0 bloolc*« cobtftloing M Jul! lote I0llx&0. an<l H fiactionnl )otf. The tract is bound on the noitli by Montgomery street, und on the west by tho Mount Idaho read. ^fcJw-For pfirticulurs, price und terms of pay* lacnt enquire of Wrblibv Mclkt, On tho premise« Irl'lWiSTON 15 .V l< li3 R Y , sox raoiim r street, LLWIfiTON, I. T. RKAD. PIER AN1) OAK KB ■ AL8OOR0 ßl , ________________ a Peerie- Coiilcctionary. Liquors ond Cigars. , fit >. \\ iMutit linier has purchased ail the in t*': t t ol < on rad U intscli in thc ab«iv© Uusineai ai d wil! licrenfler do business in the name of .'■L WJÎ OKNTHALKK. 18-U 23-tf. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING, -Tlonlgoinci'y Street, OITOSUTE ROWLEY'S TIN STORE, By .Mrs. l. L. STEVENS. ilutM, Ron nets», Patern«, And Trimming, ut all kind., and a general 3SÆXLX J I3STEri'Y j i badieff funiishlo}*good# for ni« «( rensona ^ Me price. I*ewi-ton May *J4th. IH7Ü.