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tÖOAL INTELLIGENCE FRIDAY......... .....APRIL Id 1880. Orncc or Signal Station Lkwiston I. T Mean Tern Velocity Main Weather 1880 perature of wind fall. Fair Mar. 19 42 3 \ 0 «• 20 48 2 0 Clear • • 21 SO 3 0 Fair •8 22 43 2 0 Fair «8 2S 44 3 0 Fair M 24 41 3 0 Fair 18 25 40 8 0 , Cloudy Was. Blak« the Where is Temus ? Read J. P's recollections. Making gardens in Lewiston. Winter loves the lap of Spring. Yesterday was All Fools' Day. Snake and Clearwater are rising. U. S. Grand Jury still in session. Lewiston is 600 feet above tide water. Hew goods arriving in Lewiston markets. Methodist revival meetings at Vniontown. Hew sheet music at the Hews Deror. District court is still in session, 4th week. Preaching at the Catholic church once a month. Butter getting stronger, almost able to walk alone. Law blanks and all kinds of blank books at Abeoo's. Read the advertise-.net.t of J. H. Forney of Mt. Idaho. Hens having quit tloing nothing and eggs are away down. Send in the news from your part of the country. Blessed are the subscribers for they shall see print. Violins, guitars and flutes in great varie ties at the Lewiston News Depot. Capt. S. Smith and family arc living in Lewiston. Preaching at the school house, court house and Red Cross hall next Sunday. A new invoice of caudics coming at Abeoo'z. The steamer Gates may be expected on Saturday with passengers, The W. W. Sto teaman lias lommenced the issuance of.a daily, success to tilt enterprise. in ed The weather ^is very changeable, from ! warm to cold almost daily. I l*rof. N. .1. Geyer was awarded a teach-j - - -, «r's certificate last week. Lewiston is having its game of 15, to be had at the News Depot. The mayor of the city «•xt Monday. There was a sick shooter in town for three days— wo mean a six soldier. Tub Clearwater has raised recently 3 feet «nd the Snake has raised 3j feet. County commissioners meet in this city on Monday next. A No. 1 apples and all kinds of fruit at Abedo's Lewiston News Depot. il L. R. Ayres, the signal service operator, ha* been callod to the lower coun'ry. The steamer Spuk an. with freight, a: rived here this morning after wc had gone to p-e ». The streets of Lewiston are being cleaned of Winter rubbish by Chinamen. Alexsnder'* I.sw pialifics for office Pr»«h Hi;rile » «a .ml llr.li «• -1 avilie I. T. Til« writing was so familiar to us that we published your communicati >n. Next time sign your name in full below" A movement is na foot to have the next tern of the district court hold at Oxford in stead ot Malad. Illustrated Almauaca and Diaries for 1880 at Abeog's. Beet quality of VINEGAR at Moxley's Drag Store. 25-1m A railroad is talked of being built from Wallula to Deadman, thence up Dca linin Hollow to the summit of the mountain. Public school 1 «gins on Monday next in this city, N. J. Geyer, principal and Mrs. Madge assistant. Staues from both Mt. Idaho and Walla Walla came in loadc d during the past days. Beautiful picture frame and flower s' at the News Dki-ht. H. H. Clark, a school teacher, while -crossing the iec on Ifine creek above Whit man station, was dt owned. The steam ferry boat, now being built by Capt. Smith in this cite, is t > b i use Î a'. Ainsworth. It is 76 f-et long. 18 feet beam, with 4i foot hold. A new invoice of instrumental music by the celebrate l Johann Strauss at Ammo's. Go sec them before they arc seid. in j j ; Sociable.— A large »ocial gathering to place at Dr. Kelley's on We.lne.sd»." evi ing last, which resuito 1 in a very enjuya aflhir. Carious pictur s i-f the Nez f'erc» I id vqipftnses to s.-'id to your ch n'*H-.ml As.ri is s. , < The communication from Persifer L. Smith, of Thorn creek, is too scurrilous for publication. Our old friend, Charles Faunce, has opened the "sample room, him. "Citizen" and Mrs. Duniway are discus sing the merits of that Lewiston letter in the Daily Standard. A railroad is to be built from Wallula to Tukaunon, thence up to the mouth of Pa taha Creek to a point above Pataha City,, where they have to stop because they can't eet out. Judge Buck's pet horse, Dick, was brought in from the range this week terribly wound ed by the Adams barbed wire fence. The horse was cut to the bone about the legs, and at present is hardly able to move. The Brearley flouring mill of this city is turning outsomenf the finest flour made auy where. One thousand barrels is being pre pared for shipment on the next steamer. Mrs. Lockwood's statements so far has been borne out, and she complaints that Sen ator Ben Hill will not sue her for defamation of charaoter so as to give her a chance to de fend herself. the •Success attend j of Arrived. -Dr. A. W. C'alder, dentist, arrived in this city last eve. and is at pres eut located at the Raymond House, any per son wishing their teeth fixed would do well call ou him. Many people drop letters in the post of fioe without a stamp and then wonder why , their friends don't answero them. They I might as well drop them through a hole iu the fence their fruaiU would get them »a Court. - In the case of Curry vs. Critea, the motion fur a now trial was refuged. Sev eral cases were settled and withdrawn, and several motions arc pending for decision. U. S. criminal case» are now before the court. 1.000 head of cattle for sale. The baud has never been culled for beef or other purposes during the last three or four years. Enquire at this office or of J. Green field, or W. A. Caldwell. Mrs. Daugherty, the lady who has becu engaged in the dveesmaking busiuoss fer some years past in this city, has gone to re side on her ranch in the Assotin country. Alliert Welter, the young man who so ! narrowly escaped with his life during the I massacre of Jim Ruin* hv the Shsspeatais, ca!, ] 1 ® fr 7" l jra,r '° thla " cek -, and is m attendance at the court. JohnCurrin, while riding j race horse at j Walla Walla a few days ago, was thrown | over the horses head, the horse stepping into a mud h -!■- : Cnrritt "as ins-end! Persons » Im the girth breaking, or a whole day. - ■ , their liberty can Persons » Im recover it now d-iri the price, whi-.d. is. yers will m.-:i:.t t count, tlusri : u The Walk; '.Vs - ■ , their liberty can n t week by paying : I 1 vigilance. Law ■■■ n at a liberal dis : . i-.un here now. ;aue Company are j constructing a lai go stable for the accomo dation of their sta •• horses, just west of tin new church buildh ment to the town, the view of the new by by law to It ;s an improve- , , m it an obstruct! m to , Costka' T Lmt. -Tn ing a Preabytcriar contract f ir build uroh building for Lewiston has been let to Halo A Co., of this city. There were two bids put in; one by Mr Aiken at a sum of over $3,000, and the other, which was the one accepted, at a sum of $2,380. We understand that the work of building the church will begin as soon as practicable. Two boats have been put on each side of the Cascades route. The water is five feet lower iu the river than at this time last year. These boats are to expedite travel and freight to this upper country. The boats are crowded each way with passen gers and freight as much so as they were out out of no in excitement. in the palmy days of the Nez P«roe mining ! in From Warrens. —Louis Grostein arrived from Warrens camp ou Wednesday eve, which place he left on Saturday March 20th, j He reports fivo feet of solid snow on the flat j along the croek where Warrens is situated, ; and 12 feet of solid snow on the trail at the mu ij n-is in luini sun. un nu- K.»|| î head of Steamboat creek. The boys on the Rescue mine have sunk the inaih shaft an | litioual depth of 60 feet and have a good ■■■' ■ • *-» ■- - si.o-.vs this Spring. Ni:\ki.y Fatal.—A fight occurred on Wedntw.lay afternoon l'st between three Milliers in this city near the river bank. It appears that during a ear.ius',1 on the sam" day one of these soldiers hail a disa greement w.W* another soldier and there up ui called in the third soldier, who was to , be .a witii -s to the settlement of their dif ferences; hut it appears that the witness, in ,th ; cx -'tcmciit of the moment mistook his mission, a i l joined the enemy i i battering his fri'-.i 1. Fur the more effectual purpose of d upat rhhig tlie victim they took a rem liant of the fence and beat him into a state of Mi-o:ivii.iri suhmissi-ni. The tarn vic tors Mm— l .dg-cl in jail and. the bleeding b 1 1 y of -th" victim was cared for by 1, 1 .- 1 : Cv V hi.; 't. 1>\ Staiuton ilresse.l his iv-mnds d «a • Viiiecnt lined one of the soldiers < 'i i.| -j;*-. sud tho other $"•!> nnd List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Lewiston post office. J . H Gaffney, R. Gillispee, Mr Lanford Evans, Wm. Barnes. John Berry, J. B. Brown. Joe Mulligan, C. B. Lawless, 3 ; j Newton Pullius, Harry Pohlsoo, Mrs. Ra chel, Hugh Terry and George Wandaheen. An Island Disappbabs. —We learn from Jamee Frazier that aone months ago Frank Corbell a miner took posession of a small island in the the Snake river near Salmon Fall I nd constructed there on a house and had a portion of the island recorded as a mining clsim end proceded with the usual applianced to work on his mine. A few in days ago he observed that the whole island apppeared to be gradually settling down iit the water. Corliell at once, when convinced of his islands intention to depart from him, removed what he could of his effects and on the following morning the whole island with all it appurtauenccs had disappeared beneath the water. The School Ball.— On Tuesday evening last to the scholars of Mrs Anderson's danc ing school were given a grand hall in Mason ic hall. The party assemhlod early and soon like clock work they were moving iu the mazes of the dance. The tickets were arranged one dollar for grown persons and fift y cents for minors. The scholars were 80 carefully exercised in the science of danc ing that thier movements evinced an exten sive knowledge of the art. In many in stances they carried off the palm from the older ones who exhibited less grace and less cultivation iu that respeot. It reminded , the sjiectator of a number of shooting eupids I playing around among the hearts of the older j iu ones the contrast of movement wasso far su- j »a penor in the youths. The dancing was kept up until 1 o'clock. The music was by Mr. Beiish. We understand that it was both profitable and pleasant to all concern ed. the or fer re E. R Pi.vi.rv, M. !)., Physician and Surgeon.—.^ regular practitioner of over twenty vears constant practice in Chilli ■ ith", Ohio, and San Francisco, Cal., would ; so the announce to the people of Lewiston and vicinity that I intend settling in this place with my family for the purpose of practic ing my profession. Chronic and private diseases made a specialty. Diagnoses of diseases accurately determined and consul tation free. Surgical operations scientific ally performed and professional services ren dered at prices to suit the times and condi tion of men. Office and residence a few doors above the Raymond House, Lewiston I.T. 7-M cek at Mrs. Oi.rosa Richardson's Trial.— On Thursilay'morning the^2.ith inet., the ease of Stephen Richards, m against his wife Orrissa Richardson was called in the dis triot court and the parties to the suit re sponded. The husband was suing for a bill j sponded. The husband was suing for a bill of divorce on the grounds of his wifes adiil try. The caw occupied three entire day* and during the examination of witnesses and the taking of testini my all spectators were excluded. The charge of adultry was denied by the wife and a counter charge brought by her against the husband for cruel treat ment. A number of against the wife, chief of which was her daughter and her daughter's husband. The law and the facts in the case were submitted to the court on Saturday evening last, and , , m ^; ie following Monday morning the court , found for the wife a» follows: "That the witneses appeared j , plaintiff committed the acts of cruelty set i a out and charged in the answer; that the charge of adultery against tlic defendant set out iu the complaint is not sustained hy the evidence." From the law findings a decree of divorce was granted to Mrs. Orissa Rich ardson and the care ami custody of the mi nor child, Ulysses Grant Richardson was given to the mother. It was a case that awakened a great deal of intereat, it being one of those peculiar phenomena that has no resemblance to anything past or anything that might be expected. From the manner in which the charges were brought against the wife it rather startled thau astonished all who heard them. It is painful to look ! in upon such a scene as was presented upon this trial. It wrings the heart of any con scientious being to look iu upon the ele ments that were arrayed on this occasion for the destruction of all that goes to make up the sanctity of home. But there is a relief cveu amid these hydras. It cornea from the knowledge that trials of the na ture of this one just past are of exotic dis î ture OI tnis one lust iiasi are oi exotic ais-] tinction, and are irrelevant to the custom«, ! an | mora [ g *„d manners of American society . j The just retribution with which courts ' - - .........____ 1 ..... »... ! on to in his vic Cv long ciety. The General Land Office has decid ed that if an unmarried man and nn unmarried woman eaeh onter a home stead adjoining and afterwards they marry and huild a house on the line dividing the two claims and live there in, each will be entitl* 1 to a patent for his or her homestead. And if four [versons having homesteads in corner ing quarter s' -tious build one house on the corner where their homesteads mrc-t, a part of the house lieing on each tract and each man living, sleep ing and doing h s cooking in iii-s own [•art, the requirement» of the law will fn'lv met. a Much counterfeit coin is reported in circulation. Francis Connor-, the veteran com modore of the O. S. N. Co. 's fleet, died recently of paralysis. * During ihe month of March last, 12,730 emigrants from Europe landed in New York city. Edison is going to light up New York city with sleetrie light at • tri iu Advice from the Skagit mines are that the trip from Ruby Creek to the steamboat landings is made in seven days. On March 9 the Senate passed a bill appropriating 120,000 for the improve ment of the Mullan road. in Thera is 32,830 tons of freight at Walla Walla waiting forths rivsr to rise so to ship it to Portland. About a half a mile below Wallula there are about 200 Chinamen cutting rock for the new railroad. Howlish Wampo chief of the Cay use Indians died March 19th at the Umatilla reservation. Reports from Victoria are that stock j 0 f kinds are perishing in great num su- j ^ fcnd that floods are expected when was r by the great quantity of snow begins to was melt. and over , ,, ,, . . , ; l^bguage against the British govern Ttie Pope Objects.—Rome, March 17.—It is alleged that the Pope, hav ing learned that ueveral Catholic dig nitaries in England had issued violent and of ren few n eat and .supported the Irish move ment, has expressed disapproval of their conduct and has dispatched let ters of remonstrance to therfl. the wife dis- j re- ! bill adiil J. II. FORNEY, Attorney-at-law, Mt. Idaho, IJaho Territory. rarCVlleetious promptly made"M 25tf To Witoin it May Concern. WIKI', MARY J. CAMPBELL, _ __ and I have separated. I will nut be i respuusiblu fur any debts contracted by her. A. J. Campbxll. March 19th 1880. Dalinoubnt Tax Payers Take Notice, The aeverrl delinquent lists, both for Nez Perce and Idaho counties, are iu iny posses sion, und I shall positively commence suit against every per.-on whose taxes remain un paid on the 1st day of May 1880. This is no idle threat, su take warning niul save costs. J. W. PoK, 19-1 lw District A ttor n"" SlOllCi-III «ist oi' at »- anl In the Probate cucrt of Nez Perc» «gouuty Idaho tel ritory. l„ the matter of the estate of Tonnas Miller P by t lcct ased U HSU A NT TO AN ORDER MADE _ on the 11th day of March A, D, 1880, IV the Probata Court. Notige is hereby given that Saturday the 22d day of April 1880 at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, in the city of Law iston, county of Nez Perce I. T, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of Tennas Miller, deceased, and for hearing the application of Thorina Miller, for the issuance to her. of letteratestamenta ry, when and where any [lersou lu ter sa ted may appear and eontest the tame. Dated March 11th 1880. D. J. Warn kb, 38-4 Probate Judge at d ex-oificio clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITÖRIT Estate of Henry 0. Adams. T^TOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE X 1 undersign; Henry O. Adams, deceased, to tlie creditors of, and all Persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with tha nec essary Touchera within teu mouths after the first publication of this notice, to the said ». . , „ , - ! ' , * s P er R »'' h *>is attorney, j ** V* S ty swu,t '" ^ u » 7!7L U " ,l: ' t> ' 1 erntory. ! hxeoutor of the W. H. Aran*, estate of Henry O. Adorns tie "cased. Lewiston I. March 11th 1880. 22-4w MRN.HK.BlKHr Graduate of the Homeopathic School of medicine. Member of the State Medical Society of Cal. and Ogu. Trpiiis all IMveii't's of Women ami tiillfiren. Electricity p. Specialty. Raymond Houhi% Lewiston Idaho. ______ __ ef^io v M'lNTU *;ii4rav'.''C«i» SU • \ -y ut b' Mic u;B(ic t»y the iiiiln» rioufl. Capitul nut require*!: tie •kill $Urt you. Men. women, br»?i» .tml jrirls uinde money fn»ter et work tor us than at anythin# else. The work i* lieht and und euch ue anyone call go right at. Tho*e who are wife who *f»«s rhi> notice will fend uj their ad drees at once and <co fur thnnselve*. Costly outfit und term* free Now in the time. Those alrra/'y at rork tic 2,ying up \hrpr ms» of jw »ney. Addrer« k Vj., \nz*u\* MAtnr. U Ij c. c. co EU TO ME Fop Y our STOVES, TIN and HARDWARE. At tha old stand on Montgomery at. Idwrirtoa, L T, 1 to of let LEWISTON NEWS DEPOT. NEW STORE, NEW COON, LOW PRICES. 7 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOOKS, STATIONERY, NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS, m4 MAGAZINES. Order« and Subscriptions token for alt Publica t i on «. Importer or—CUTLERY, TOYS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ' è JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, EYEGLASSES, CHROMOS, PICTURE FRAMES^ HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, NUTS and pure CANDIES. For article» needed but never before found in this city, come on« «one all ti the LEWISTON NEWS DEPOT. J AME* A IfcaiCHH. l-flt 25tf »BEAT BARGAINS!! THE BEST PLACE TO 1RADE IN LEWISTON. ■ FALL MO WINTER DOOM EN ROUTE WILL H l: OlUi.MSD t> of THE VARIETY IS ENDLESS, Those desiring to Purchase need look UNTO FXJBTHBR FOR QUANTITY, QUALITY OR PRICE. Just what is wanted can he found at L0EWENBER« BROS,' Corner of 3d and D streets.' ' The Junction SA LOO At the old milk ranch on the Lijiwni rood, 2 niiiuM cast of this city, is kept a first class bar where the liest of liquo'-.i and - i gars a always kept ou hand. J. P. ?*TKVrN", 10-tf- proprict- ir. California Restaurant ' Is kept ill fir. : class style by lllrs. Ul. Je Pomeroy AT POMEROY Yv. T. r 2m I j McGRANES RESTAURANT A.!N^D BAKERY. nONITUOHERY SL I The best the uiark« % afford*. Served if or short notice «nd in the Ik-»* ed etyla. Better than any other house in Nertk Hebe and at prices to suit the mes. j X. h. -Attached to the koaee I have W» ted up a PRIVATE DIN. MM« KUOM hi the RECEPTION OF LADIES. Nnh entrance on D. street. House ops* dear 8 b 4 night. T w-ittem J. T. Vev. 7th UV*.