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CAL .
INTELUQE NCE
,_A high wind and some rain this
Much chinook about it.
Prohsuty in Lewiston is advancing
Some choice lots are held at high
• *sv up in the thousands.
([(8 ._The flouring mill of Mr. Brear
n0W running daily and turning out n
quality of flour.
I Post Master has moved on bis
( and Dave Baldwin, Esq. now attends
s business of the office.
dame Francois and her son Eugene
be expected hero this week. Also Mr
regor, our former Post Master.
A. Mannino, Esq., is completing a
and commodious dwelling in the east
of the city.
bg.—M. H. Sprague, Esq., has now nr
-#»t«so made that he can furnish parties
ijffirs to purchase, with milk by tli* pint,
tor gallon. 6-tf.
aldid.— A young lad, the son of Dr.
nton, was badly scalded a few days ago,
g upsetting of a tea pot filled with boil*
hot tea._
asshodbi __Mr. Brearley bas nearly
osed and covered his new warehouse on
wharf in the rear of his granary and
ring mill.
sTown.— J. M. Crooks, R. M. G. Brad
,M.S. M. Williams from Camas Prairie.
.Ewing from Paiouse and Mnj. Truax,
o lower Snake river are in town this
ek.
os't Foroet. —Win. B. Clowe is still at
Hotel de France, ready for any one who
I bsd teeth.
A Row took place at a dance house in tk^
-tpart of town on Tuesday night, where-'
one man had a bad cut upon the head
ese disorderly scenes are becoming irk
me to our sober minded citizens.
From Warrens. —Louis Grostein, Noah
avej and Geo. Tibbetts and wife arrived
ere from Warrens camp on Monday night,
hey propose staying in town during the
inter.
New Firm. —Joe. Yane haB taken to him
elf another partner, we mean a business
srtner, named J. B. Finch, a reported good
lacksmith, and we have no doubt that the
rm will execute good work. See ad.
Races.— Had we been furniähed with
«port of the late races we wonld cheerfully
five published it. , Butour business would
ot permit our personal attendance and
encs we cannot give an intelligent nccount
f them.
Assault.—A Mr. Cline was examined he
re Judge Warner this week on a charge of
assault with a deadly weapon, and was
"ad simply for an n6sault. Fine and costs
87, which he paid and went on his way re
icing.
Attention Everybody! Photographs -
ontgomcry, the celebrated artist, is here. Per
ns wanting photographs taken and finished
e way they should bo, have a chance now to
As none but good work leaves tho gal
y, and the publio oan roly on being satisfied.
Frost's Gallery.
Nov. 14th, 1878. v3-n8-tf.
Thr Northwest reached here on the 15tb
fier we had gone to press. She had about
5 tons of freight, and a half dozen passen
She left Wallula with 45 tons of
reight, all in the warehouse.
*"* —
SiLlNCE. Since it bas been fully ascer- |V
»med that the Washington Constitution
as been hdopted by the people, the press
f Oregon are wonderfully silent upon the
object. Had it been defeated, a howl of
triumph would have been strongly mani
sited through the Portland papers.
101
ani
JuDoa Clark left for Boise City on Tues
•y morning. He informed ne that be in
ended to ftelegrapb from Walla Walla to
the department at Washington for leave of
absence of 20 days in which to visit Nevada.
He will probably not return home till after
tbs meeting of the Supreme Coart in Janu
ary next,
Snak* Rivstt Road.—M r. Pearcy informs
as that his road up Snake river from bis
ftrrj to the month of the Assotin is now so
(far completed that it is passable for wagons.
Also that the road down the caoyon to the
fGrand Sonde river is being progressed
.steadily.
So much Chagrined are our Portland and
Valla Walla exchanges about the result of
tbs vote on the Constitution, that they do
Dot take pains to report the vote fully,
vhiie they are prompt to give the vote from
every county oa the Delegate. Let them
throw off a little bile from the stomach and
they will feel better.
Pat Up.— Quite a number of our patrons
on a promise of early payment of their
money for subscriptions to the Teller,
were furnished the paper on such promise.
Some of them have faithfully kept their
promise, but several are still behind and
to relieve their conscience they had better
pay np.
Stramrr Jobs Oates is reported to draw
about 38 inches of water when loaded.
Hardly the boat for the Snake river trade
at low water. Her speed is excellent.
Death or News.—T he mails of last night
failed to furnish us with our usunl ex
changes, and bence wo have a death of
news from nbrond.
Yodno Men had better start a singing
scdool or some other place of profitable
amusement, thhn to spend all their time
and money in and about drinking and
gambling saloons. The latter course is a
great waste of moral character and energy.
"
*
Capt. Stump proposes to run the North
west np Clearwater river as far as the
mouth of the middle fork on the first good
stage of the water in the Spring. When he
goes the people of Lewiston will go with
him on an excursion and meet the people of
Mt. Idaho and Grangeville and have a pic
nic. The Northwest is competent to make
the trip.
G. A. Frost, Esq., and several others
connected as operatives with the steam milli
have built themselves neat dwellings on
lots bought of S. C. Thompson opposite the
mill site. The east part of the town ex
hibits great improvement within the past
few months.
School. -^-The Fall term of the Lewiston
city school will terminate Friday, Decem
ber 20th, 1878. A two weeks vacation dar
ing the holidays will follow, and the Win
ter term will begin on Monday, January
6th, 1879. There are at present over one
hundred scholars in altendancr, and others
have given notice of their coming at the
opening of the Winter term.
South and East. —The lands south and
east of Lewiston between this place and the
reservation on the east and Craig's moun
tain on the south is becoming absorbed at
a rapid rate by first class settlers. So that
in a few years the prospects now is fair
that the whole area of open land will be
fenced up into good wheat farms. These
lands if not quite so productive as Genessee
valley, will have a much more ready mar
ket for their surplus.
ket for their surplus.
Mt. Idaho Returns. —After three days
delay of the commissioners in waiting for
them, came to hand last OTening. But
their method of authentication is entirely
different from the instructions of the com
missioners in their notice, altho' the cor
rectness of the result of the vote is cot
questioned. If the officers managing the
returns at Mt. Idaho will refer to the Consti
tutional election notice issued by the com
missioners, they will readily see wherein
they were irregular.
W«, II. Newell, late editor of the Walla
Walla Statesman, died on Wednesday even
ing of last week. Mr. Newell has been
prominent as a local journalist for many
years, and ns such exhibited much ability.
But his asperity of temper often soured his
writings to such an extent that be was al
ways more feared than loved, lie was alive
to the general developement of this north
west coast and biding all his peculiarties of
temper he has been instrumental in bring
ing the advantages of this country before
the public. Politically he was for Wm. H.
Newell. His labors have ceased and with
his death should die all his faults.
Walla Walla has herself to thank for
the position in which she has placed her
self, by bucking against the ballance of the
Territory, on the question of the Constitu
tion. Had she stood io with other portions
of the Territory, '.the capital of the new
State would have been conceded to her.
|V Dut now good by tQ ^ bope The , rcat .
tipi
/he
ment of the members of the convention by
the press of that city, backed by the late
vote, has fixed her doom beyond redemp
tion, and yet with ail her 6elf righteousness
ghe cannot defeat the State. The Sun
shines a part of the day at Walla Walla, but
it rises and sets outside her limits.
White Birds. —The East Oregonian says
that eight of White Bird's band, six war
riors and one woman and one child, have
recently been captured by Capt. Miles
among the Umatillas, and they will be sent
below, and probably to the Indian country.
Also that White Owl and Qnit-a-tumps,
Umatilla murderers of Coggan, have been
found guilty of murder in the first degree
by a jury of that county. Sentence will be
pronounced on the 2d of December. The
East Oregonian says: "Probably in January
we will all celebrate the New Year at the
neck-tie party of White Owl and Quit-a
tumps.''
Gone to Washington. —Hon. S. S. Fenn,
Delegate in Congress, came down from Mt.
Idado last week and tarried two or three
days, and left for Washington on Tuesday
morning. He is resolute in the determina
tion to perfect, if possible, such legislation
in behalf of Idaho as be has inaugurated
before bis term expires. He is a worker
and may he be successfnl. He Bays that
in case of Ainslie's election, he has promis
ed to take up such'legistation as may chance
to remain unfinished by Mr. Eenn, and press
it during his term. We wonld hope for
something in bebnlf of this part of the Ter
ritory from Aioslie, were he not under the
control of the Boise City junta.
Ri-abrebted.—A fter, the examination,
fining and discharge of Mr. Cline the other
day on a charge of assault, be became
mach incensed against a witness, Mr, Reese,
who swore ngainst him, and made some ex
pressions of having revenge. But those
who heard him advised him to cool down
and go about his business and did ont
really think any farther demonstration
would be made. Before his former exsml.
nation a pistol bad been taken from him
and was in possession ot one of his neigh
bors. In riding home with said neighbor
he expressed revenge towagds Reese, and
when be came to bis neighbor'« bouse be
" -demanded his pistol. His neighbor teeing
* bis state of mind refused to let him have it.
His neighbor rode with him to near Reese's
place, and Reese and another man ap
proaebed in sight. Cline then desired to
get out of this wagon. His neighbor ad
vised him not to do so, but Cline insisted
saying that he had some private business
^ uh 'Reese, and his neighbor supposing
at
be
for
But
cor
cot
the
that as he had Cline's pistol at his own
house, he was unarmed, so made no farth
er objections. Cline got ont and walked
towards Reese, who seeing him took alarm
and placed 'himself behind the msn who
was with him. Cline then drew another
pistol from his coat and told the man be
fore Reese to get out of the way or he
wonld put a ball through him. Reese still
kept his man between himself and Cline,
who then reaching aronnd the man fired at
Reese. Both the man and Reese ran, and
Cline fired 3other shots at Reese. One of the
balls grazed him across the back. The
man in the wagon then thinking he had dis
charged all his loads went towards him to
arrest him, and be fired a fifth Bhot at him
and made movements to re-load. But the
men were too quick for him. They seized
him and bound him with ropes and brough
him to town. He expressed the wish on
the way in that he had killed the two men
who had sworn against him, and then "hé
would have killed himself. At times ke
exhibited symptoms of derangement,
other times be seemed perfectly cool and
rational. He was brought before Judge
Warner yesterday morning on a charge of
an assault with intent to commit murder, to
which charge he plead guilty and said that
he did not wish to live longer. It seems
that before leaving town the other day he
bought another pistol, a five shooter of
boavy caliber, and bad'fully prepared hifti
self for the attack on Reese, and had
adroitly concealed the weapon from his
neighbor who rode ont with him. The
whole case shows one of either insanity or
great malignity of heart. He is reported
to have several hundred dollars about his
person. But of this we know not. The
is the safest for him presentT*™
Letter lrom üayton, W. T.
Dayton, W. T., Nov. 12tb, '78.
Editor Teller:— The Constitution
being ratified in this Territory, we can
now look forward, with certainty, to the
acquisition of North Idaho in conforuiL
ty with the almost unanimous desire of
your people. Iu the adjustment of the
much discussed Indian question your
interest are identical with those ot this
Territory, even at the present time.
There seems to bo great misapprehen
sions in regard to the proceedings of the
council held by Gen. Howard with the
Indians at Priest's rapids. The Geucral
has had the best interests of the govern
fbent, the people of eastern Oregon,
Washington aud Idaho, and the Indians
at heart in solving the Indian problem
surrounded with so many difficulties to
contend with, with which the public
arc not generally conversant. The
proposition for one general reservation
as designated in the proceedings ot the
council emanated from the Indians them
selves and contemplates the congregation
of all the Indians there, and the aban.
donment of tho Yakima, Umatilla and
Nez Perce reservations, excepting the
few Indians on these reservations who
have, or would, elect to abandon all tri
bal relations and take up homesteads in
their own right. With the speedy ex
piration of the treaties, the rights of the
Indians to occupy the reservations, do
not cease. Congressional action is the
just step (towards a satisfactory adjust
ment of matters. To prevent a conflict
\pf races, some immediate legislation of a
aefinite character must be bad. The
more intelligent of the Indians compre
hend the situation and ask that some
definite action be taken by the govern
ment defining their rights and security,
not being over tenacious about terms
Tho only practical solution of the In
dian question is the abandonment of the
reservation system altogether, l'ut can
this be done immediately in furtherin
the wants of our white population, with
out some immediate steps being taken,
to at least, temporarily provide for the
. ...
Urge majority of the Indiaus, uot. pre
pared to immediately adopt the plan of
taking lands in severalty. Without
some abiding place they wonld roam at
large, feeling themselves outlawed, re
quiring an unnecessary expenditure of
blood and treasure to bring them into
final subjection to the laws. Can we af
ford to take this risk? A few hundred
Indians set loose in this way, could re
tard the prosperity of the country for
an indefinite period. Washington,Ter»
ritory wonld be largely the gainer in
obtaining the Nes Perco and Yakima
reservations in lieu of the lands (or a
portion of them) asked for by the In
dians for a general reservation.
Very respectfully,
A. J. Cain.
Indian Spoliations.
The third Auditor of the Treasury
has decided, with reference to the prop
erty of persons who have lostspch prop
ertv while in the service of the United
States, that "all claims for compensation
of loss of property while in the military
service of the United States, by contract
are adjusted and settled under Section
3,483 of tho Revised Statutes, by the Ac
counting officers of the U. S. Treasury/"
Claimants are requested to prepare their
claims in the usual way, supported by
affidavits ot the losses and tho certifi
cates of officers cognizant of the same
and forward them through Lieut. Fred
H. E. Ebstein, at Fort Vancouver, for
the action of tho Accounting officers of
the Treasury. In this way those who
lost their property by Indian spoliations
ill receive their compensa
way
last year, will receive
>mpi
tion more quickly than in the old
Inland Empire.
Increase ot Votes.
Iu 1876 the total vote of Ne* Perce
county for Delegate to Congress was
only 291, at the late election the total
vote for Delegate was 618, more than
doable the vote of 1876. It was thought
that in 1876 nearly the whole vote of
the county was polled, while at the recent
election it is claimed that full 200 voters
in the county did not go to the polls,
and this statement tallies with the re
turn of voters by the assessor. Hence
it is apparent that our county has more
than doubled in population during the
past two years.
Delegate Election.
Election returns come in very slowly.
A private dispatch received by one of
Mr, Ainslie's friends in this city, claims
that Oneida and Bear Lake counties
gave Ainslie between 500 and 600 ma
jority. This of course settles all doubts
of his election, even if the north should
pivo a large majority against him
Idahoan.
Ainslie's majority in the three north
ern counties is 58. If the above report
be true he is elected by nearly 1,000
majority in the Territory.
NOTICE
To Call and Settle.
Ak. late firm ofWintseh A Wilden tb&ler either
by note or book account, aro requested to oall
and pay up to save ousts.
Conrad Wirtsch.
S. Wi ldenthalrr.
Lewiston, Nov., 15th, 187-8.
A NEW SUPPLY
STOVES, TIN, COPPER
SHEET>IRON
AND OTHER
IIARDWARE.
Prices to Suit the Times,
à LSO MINING AND FARMING IMI'LE
meats tools, and every variety of articles
nging to the Hardware hranoh. Manufac
turing and repairing done on short notice,
^**Orders From Aboad
ed. By
Promptly Fill
C. O. BüTSTTSTEIsL
Montgomery Street, Lewiston
_ 8-1-iy
ALONZO LELAND
Attorney-at-Law,
LEWISTON, IDAHO TERRITORY.
Will practioe in nil the Courts of North Idaho
and also the Supreme Court. Also Commis
sioner of Deeds for Washington Territory
and for Idaho Territory.
a week in your own town. $5 Outfix
Iree. No risk. Reader, ifyouwanta
business at which persoos of »Uber set
jean make great pay a 1 the time they
... __ work, write for particulars to H. 11a
| lett 4 Co ..Portland, Maine. v2-n2S-ly
SWARTZ'
EXPR E « S,
by
for
of
FOR
6RAN6EVILLE,
MOUNT IDAHO,
FLORENCE, WARREN8,
And Salmon River.
Connecting With WELLS FAR'
GO, nt Lewiston.
' EAVES LEWISTON TUESDAY, OF
.Aoach week, for the above places. Leave*
t. Idaho for mountain towns, on Wednesdays.
Returning, leaves Warrens on Fridays, and
Mt. Idaho on Mondays.
Carries Letters, Paokages,
Treasure, And •
Passengers.
Makes oolloetions, and does general
Express Business
I ran a stage to Mt. Idaho, and If neosssary
to Salmon River. Furnish the
Best or Saddle Horses.
From Mt, Idaho to other points oast.
A LL BUSINESS TRANSACTED WITH
^promptness, fidelity and dispatch.
T. D. Swabti.
Sept. 18th 1878. 48-tf
ORO FINO
EXPRESS.
GEO., BOARDMAN
PROPRIETOR
c
was
ARRYING U. 8. MAIL AND PASSEN
_ gore to and from Lewiston and Pierce
"t"Wty, transacting business with WELL*,
I'A It GO Ac CO'S., Express, leaving
Lewiston on Monday and arriving at Piero*
City on Wednesday, leaving Pieroe City on
Thursday and arriving at Lewiston on Satur
day of eaeh week 48-tf
Caution.
LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY CAUTION
ed against intercepting or interfering with
any saw Togs, either in CÎearwator or 8nake
rivers, belonging to the undersigned. Some
our logs are marked "M" and some of them "V
and a few small logs havo no mark.
Lewiston Lumbering A Manutacturino Co.
Lewiston. Got. 4th, 1878. 51-tf.
J. C. BALDWIN
1861 .
1878 .
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
HATS A CAPS,
TOBACCO A CIGARS
CROCKERY, AC.
LARGE & COMPLETE
STOCK,
Just received and purchased at the
PRESENT LOW PRICES.
31-ly Lewiston, May 17th.
CALIFORNIA
BREWEHY,
EE Aß HEAD OF FIRST ST.,
LEWISTON, I. T.
Call and sat them. WBISGERBIR BROS.
H Alt LEI IHMID k
Building ou Court House Square,
LEWISTON IDAHO.
We Purpose to keep in this Lewiston agency a Aill
stock or
Which we will sell at Portland prices with Height added.
J
Sole Agents
CANTON PITTS THRESHER,
Buckeye Rower and Reaper,
„ , Taylor Sulky Rakes,
Haines. Genuine, Header.
Schüttler Farm Spring & Freight Wagon.
Deere's Gang and Sulky Plows,
Prairie Queen Breakers.
Engines, Saw-mills, and Mill Findings.
Send Ihr Price list to fl. KREBS,
**-tf Agent.
PROPRIETORS OF THS
OF
DI|NWELL a MORRILL
/ I
>
WISTCXtST AND
OUNT IDAHO
StageUncy
Transacting bnslneaa with WKIXS, FAR.
O *1 CO'S., Expraaa. Aha carry ing Ob V.
Mall from Lewiston to the above named
piaeesj and intermediate points.
Supplied With Vie Bert
Always
48-tf
Pierce
Piero*
on
Satur
with
8nake
"V
Co.
tk'MRemRUt^ to Mtlmäl
rime.
TRANSPORTATION OP
PASSBN9EKB, TBBA8UBK
COLLECTIONS. ORDERS A«.,
ADK A SPECIALTY, AMD AMT A»»
all basineas entrusted to than will b.
led to promptly. We an makiag Dally
tripa^ (8uaday excepted), to aad from Lawto
ton.il. T., and Moant Idaho 1. T. Laavtng
Lewiston every morning (lava Sunday) at I A.
d leaving Moont Idaho avary moraing
(save Sunday) at 4 A. M. Making waahly M
neetjons with tb* expressmen from the upper
mining eampe.
Hanna a. SmaM
t, at Loawenbarg'i (tors, li w ktw L V»
a best of rafsrenea* give, if required.
L. T. DnawaLL,
O. Menu.
S8.tr.
'îG
WALLA WALLA STEAM
It AKER Y,
ESTABLISH» 1H INI.
O. BRECHTEL,
MANUFACTURER .OF
BREAD,
OAKES,
PIES,
AMD ALL KIMM OP
^CRACKERS-*«
FIBE-PBOOF BUILDING,
MAIN STREET,............WALLA WALLA
3-33-tf
SOMETHING MEW
THE OEJSrOTNnB
OIL-GRAPH.
PREMIUM PICTURES
Of America.
H aving received unbound»
snoecsf In Lewiston and vlelnlty, I. ms*
raising for enlarged pieturas ou the new pn
cess "Oil Graph,''Premium picture of America»
jind making my bow to th* publia ht
the same, I wonld respeetfully fall th.
attention of those who have not arnUud _
tho opportunity, to please laava ordern« *
with name and plaee, at tha SADDLED
STORE of Mr. T. S. Billing«. Lewlatoa I.T.,
who has kindly offered to forward tho sam. ta
me at Walla Walla W. T. Thesa ptetares at.
copied
I2V NEW YORK CITY,
And will be delivered in good condition. Om
or two oan betaken ont of group*.
Prioe list, with blank walnut flams, elegeat
ly mono tod, dtlivertd t
Site, 8x10....................................... JH M
'' 10x12......................................... I» M
" 11*U..................... . .........—... M M
A liberal reduction above font platan*.
To secure attention enclose a Are dollar gr*«
back. Cut this out for fature reference.
N. Tawiaa,
Bole agent, Walla Walla W. T.
Also agent for the new improved patent 8TOVB
PIPE SHELVING,
Best Thing Ont.
It can be seen and orders left with Mr. B. A
Rowley Lewiston I. T., hardware dealer. Prie.
$5 50
^•"Get in orders early la order t. near,
prompt attention. Order* maatvad at Wall.
Walla will bo promptly forwarded, money nd*
vanoad.'WR
N. THWINO,
43-8m Soto agent Walla Walto W. f.

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