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CITY AND OUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. rtu tf.lt. Ell has the largest rimitation of any payer in Forth Idaho. THURSDAY.. ..OCT. 27, 1881. Agents for the "Teller." F Cook.................... Mount Idaho L. A. Lieualleu Mr. Ovoraoher. O. Magginetti....................* bliesoe J. H. Irvine .................. Farmington Lake D. Wolford ...................C< >lfax .Moscow LiddaviUe £. B. Gifford............Hangman Creek W. H. Teel....................Four Mile W. II. Teel Four Mile, 1. T., Frank Smith, Mountain Cove, I. T., K. XV. Jones Palouse City, W. T., H. L. Hardistv, Ce dar creek, W . T., H Russell, Loue Pine, W T., E. B. Gifford, Hangman creek, W. T., W.H. Bennett, Jr., Rockford YV. T, C. F. Y eat on, CVeur d'Alene 1. 'J'., C. \\ . Wood, Westwood, f. T. talking, but do not kno. y what they said. Hedrick called out to me where I was going toward tho fcnco ; I told him I was going to got iny liorso ; I went and got my horse, brought it and tied it to a post at the spring and aaid to Mrs. H. I w.ll have a drink ol water, she said come up lo the house. 1 went with her to the house, and she wont back to the kitchen, il. was by the stove snio/dug a pipe, she brought me a dipper of waten I tW; a drin/. and sat down on a lounge, II. thon !» ggan to taU' to mo again; 1 fold him i would not do any different from what ~ I had told him, and did no^want to taU', fearing ho would get mad. St art ed up stairs and got a saddle blanket, my overcoat was at tho head of my bed and my pistol also, which t put in my overcoat poc/.'et and put my coat otvand came down stairs; had two money purses, one buc/.s/.in and a can vass, also a money belt on ine; the money I had io tho purses 1 had wraped up uuder the matrass which 1 tooA' with me down stairs and at the door, ready to go out. H. spoAe then, Mid asked me if I would pay him the money down if he would move out; |id he would move out in a minute. brew my saddle blanket down, Haul would not de it, X want to go over nere; you must recollect you do nut ".the money till you have moved out of the house; as I could not see ere he was going to move to; he he would move in a minute; I him to wait till ho got out then 's money, ho said all right, and rank to ga^md get him a horse; Frank was after a horse 1 sad ine up aud wn talked, Mrs. II. present. Mr. II. saddled his ' and said to Frank to move; I t my horse and started to go of him, Mrs. H. being outside, ; talking to her; ho hurriod after rying.to catch up so I slackened up till he same up, but he did not say anything for some ways. I p ssed a —'*Wffiplt; my horse was easier to bridle tftai morning; he says, she was Neglected to say that when up a pass booA out of my trunA containing a bijl etc. In passing along neither of us said anything, t was? taU'ing to my horso to break ailence as H. appeared cross and did not want to talA. We went on to the oreeA, when I retnarAed it was a rough place to cross over, being rocKy; ho re plied ah, ah! I went on through some bushes, he going round. We got out over where there ie a little log cabin Without any roof on it. II. com menced Ulning, at first I thought ho waa going to apologize, but he com menced abusing mo, saying lie to. K e for a different Kind of , a mau; I a* then ahead of him aliout a rod; he "d ho Kuew I would taKe the ndvan ' I had a show, and bilK sir, it is no such a "was an honest man and ffiernot come horo to defiaud any per son; he answered thst I had lied to him ao he could not believe nlo; I said a waa not my fault; my money had • not come. Well, be said, your money haa com«!, but don't believ# you brought it with you, and that he thought this a damn fool errand, going over here. I did not say anything to it. but that I hod money enough to pay him and more too, he appeared to «ioubt it, he raid if any person tooK him on a fool errand he would maKe it-damn hot for him, when he told me he did not believe me, I toox my can Yaaa purse out and poured the money my hand, when I noticed him suire • He then flew in a rage and he was going to have his money and grabbed mo by the shoulder hia left hand, when I grabbed the Ui and horn of saddle and called out tirder, or something lino that; my fP** n g round and I grabbed for pistol; I partially freed myself, When ^ he grabbed me again, aud iu ■Winging around I discharged my pis ■Î-4®K t® striKing at me ho strucK me on the head. After seeing him fall I ■an on to where W. tlray was. I lOOKed bacK a time or two while run ning, to see if HedricK was following. When I came to Gray I told him I had better go to Lewiston and give my aaif up. I thought I had shot him «ray t®Id me Lob. had the horses. Hob- « ray asKed mo if I thought he dead, I said I did not Know, threw ' »y overcoat with Gray's on tho road "i^F_Hob s. Grey went to the house, jWt a * * saddle and got a gun and MWOWad a hat for me; I gave Grey *>y pistol- When wo got to Lewiston hunted ^up Mr. Kress, and I told him î jkhfM shot a man. ____ wwl „ ...... | Tho amount to be 1 mm* with the Grey boys „ an *200 j lad•> overcoat ou leforc I went r Throw off overcoat on the wav to » to go b< to Lewiston. " * 1 •> e reason 1 suspected | it acting in good faith, he Kt of the facts recording the JT. 1 ,... . s .. 8 , j . . *' "* *. ie 401 : I flred, and knocked me off ! I ' l)Wur ' ; 1 my horse, with the pistol in ni y hand, which orused my hand; I carried the pistol in my hand as 1 run till I got on a little raise, when I put the pistol in my pocket—noticed •Hedrick fall as I was getting up; noticed both horses going together; do not know that Hedrick struck me when ho threw me down at the house. Was on examination for the killing of an Indian belore a justice, und released. Wanted to recover stelcn property when the Indian shot at me. H. was on the upper hill side, Stevens on the Question by the jury: Did you have any suspicion of bJing robbed? Y j j | 11( i gi/jjo MR. ruLLKTT, Noticed that the knuckels the right hand of the deceased was broken and turn ed back. K. A. SAMPSON. Kvidenco to the same effect as Mr. F. Knew Hedrick for about 10 years and from what I know of his actions considered him an overhearing man, and a large well pre portioned man. M. THOMPSON Considered Mr. Hedrick inclined to be j boisterous, overbearing and disposed to be 'I ua ' reUo ">°. aml related su >'"= occurence« to 18r " or (i0 . Doll ' t know (lf Mr H etlriek bci qUBrreW „ show his disposition. K. FIX. Was acquainted with Mr. Hedrick since WILLIAM FOI.LLT. Was acquainted with Mr. Hedrick; had a conversation with him I ist Fohurury or March, lie said he had not sold out and was not going to sell out J T. CHAMBERS. Was acquainted with Mr. Hedrick over a year; on the 10th of May had a talk with him in regard to settlement with Stev ens; he said he fid! had as Stevens had not got hia mousy, hut understand his money has now come, and O—d d~ mn him if he don't pay me I will kill him. mu. cox. Was acquainted with Mr. Hedrick ; lie had tho reputation u tho neighborhood where he lived of being quarrelsome and overbearing, (Defense rested.) Prosecution recalled I»r. Kelly to give his opinion as to the distance the pnrtics were apart when the fatal shot was fired ; his testimony objected to by defendants counsel ; (objection overruled). From the appearance of the wound and the hall not meeting with any obstructions think would have come from somo distance before hitting the hotly. Have understood Mr, Ifcdtick was an impulsive man aud easily to fly into a passion, but not vicious, it. w. HOWARD. Knew ,1. M Hedrick; never heard he was quarrelsome; got acquainted about a year ago. A. E. rallAM. Knew of J. M. Hedrick sinco 1873, made his acquaintance in Walla Walla; never heard his general reputation discussed as to being quarrelsome, considered n very positive man and cool aud deliberate iu doing business. MB. JOHNS. Knew Hedrick five or six years ; c sidured him n law abiding citizen. MBS. HEDRICK. Asked Hedrick what hurt hia knuckles ; ho said he hit the grouud. ' To Load in Sau Francisco. — Com ing to San Francisco to load with wheat, the fine full rigged ship Cyprus. Ihe Cyprus is a Hplondid modelled ship owned by Cape. 0. J. Kelley, brother to J. C. Kelley, who has made his homo in Lewiston and surrounding country for the past four years. Tha Cyprus is commanded by Capt. Israel Walker, brother in law to the above named persons. J. C. Kelley informs us that any of his friends in North Idaho and Eastern Washington, who are in San Francisco when tho ship is there on going on board and making themselves known, will receive a most cordial welcome and can hear many in teresting stories of a mariners life. He regrets that Mrs. Walker is not with her husband this voyago ; as Mrs. Walker has sailed with her hus band 10 to 12 years and during that time ha I sailed around the world, therefore can tell some startling stories of the perils of the mighty deep. * A REIGN OF TERROR! The Alarming Inrrcaue ol Heart Dl«ea«e aud .sjnip toms Which Precede It. Leading lo Scientific Investiga tion anttan Attempt to check Its Increase. The IVnuderful Properties of "Medatlne deludla, 1 ' and how to Properly Use It. FACTS OF IMPORTANCE FOR ALL REGARDING A SEW DISCO VER Y. Tho mortality statistics of this country show that a great proportion of death* arise from Heart Disease. Hut asiil from the tality which attcuds it, the inconvenience and suffering which even the first stages bring make it necessary to take prompt measures for relief. L ndouhtedly the great est remedy of modern times for curing dis ease of the Heart is "Sedatine-dc-Iudia," which is accomplishing such wouderful re sults and attracting so much attention.— This great remedy possesses ingredientp specially designed for all the numerous trou bles of the Heart. The combination is the result of long aud careful experiment' and it | can be safely aase ted that when taken iu 1 , time v*,' 1 . 1 c,ire in crer > T 1 / V° you ev V' r j L'nTb ------------ ** ■ ~ .lumping, Unttering. Momentary Stopping, * fflow Circulation of the Ulood?" These are I _ Those who are suffering a.td have never tried it should | do so at once; those who have ever tried it dl> Rot need s) I. urged to do so again. If yuur Jni 88'" t ha * not got »t «nd one dollar j and fifty cents to our address, and it will be : mailed to you. Sole agents Lobdell t'hemi ! cal Co., St. Louis, Mo. NERVOUS DEBILITY, Vital Weakness, Pro. tration from Overwork or indiscretion, is radically and promptly cured by "St. James' Vitalic Pills/' They renew the vigor of youth and arc a positiv« cure for Seperma torrhea, Impotency, Sexular debility, etc. Price one dollar and fifty cent ; tier box, suit by mail by thu^ole agents, Lobdell Che mi col Co., St, Louis, Mo. 37*1 y PRINTNIO The TELLER Office la Pre pared to rurnlNh at Short notice any of the following at Cheap rate«: Marriage Certificates, Letter-heads, Funeral Notices Bills-of-Lntllng, - Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Invitation Cards, Programmes, Constable Sales, COMMERCIAL v PRINTING. "TELLER" OFFICE IS NOW PKErARED BY THE ADDITION OF NEW Stock» Presses, Material, —AND— SKILLFUL WORKMEN. TO DO ALL CLASHES OF BILLHEADS, LETTERHEADS, STATEMENTS, Notes, Checks, Drafts, Receipts, Neatly« Cheaply, Promptly. Give us a call wheu in need of nything in the Printing line. This office Prints Sheriff Sale«, Bread Ticket«, Meal Ticket«, Mortgagee, Envelopes, Bill-heads, Bonds, Deeds, Ba^pi, Or Any Claas of Printing In Ike Lotest Style*. MISCELLANEOUS. $25 to $50 PER DAY. * Can easily be made by using the Celebrated VICTOR WELL, AUGER & ROCK BORING MACHINERY IN ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY. We mean it, and are prepared to demonstrate the fact. They are operated by either Man, Ilorse or Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They range in size from 3 INCH TO 4,t FEET IX DIAMETER, and will bore to any REQUIRED DEPTH ! They will bore successfully and satisfactorily in all kinds of Earth, Soft Sand and Limestone, Bituminous Stone Coal, Slate, Hard Pan Gravel, Lava, Builders' Serpentine and Con glomerate Rock, and guaranteed to make* the very best ot Wells in Quick Sand. They are light running, simple in con struction, easily operated, durable, and acknowledged as the best and most practical Machine extant. They are endorsed by some of the highest State Officials. We contract for pros pecting for COAL, GOLD, SILVER, COAL OIL and all kipds of MINERALS. Also for sinking Artesian Wells anil Coal Shafts, &c. We also furnish Engines, Boilers, Wind Mills, Hydraulic Rams, Horse Powers, Brick Machines, Mining Tools, Portable Forges, Rock Drills, and Machinery of all kinds. LIU Good active" agents wanted in every country in the world. ADDRESS, Western Machinery Supply Depot. 511 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri, Ü. S. A. Stat(f in what pnperyou saw this. 42-1y H. C. BROWN, —DEALER IV. GENER1L MERCHANDISE, MT. IDAHO, he Best Coods at Low Prices. L. P. BROWN, Mount Idaho Hotel Mt« Idaho I. T, 41 tf HOLBROOK'S Feed, Livery, Hack and SALE STABLES! C. St., between 3d anil 4th, NT. B. HOLBROOK, - Prop'r. BUGGX TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET. Reasonable charge* for hire. Parti cular attention paid to boarding. Stock Taken to Ranch, April 13th, 1 7, tf. LUM BEI* LUMBER! BEAIT & FARR19H are ready to ftirmnh the choiceet of Lumber, ROUGH or DRESSED ! in any quantity, at Bottom l'rice*. J. K. VINCENT, Agent. Lewfston, April 21, 1881. 28-tf LEWISTON BANE. JOHN BREARLEY, Banker, PEP0SITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHECK, AND INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. Bar and Sell Exchange, and Collections made ou all mints. OFFICK: On Main street at head of sec ond, Lewiston. I. T. 40tf J. ALEXANDER Wholesa 1 « and Ketail Dealer a-EHSTEIR-A-Ia NERCHMIISE. LEWISTON, I. T. 15-tf. THOS. HUDSON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. LEWISTON, I. T. JßF*OFFl(JE:— ■With A'. Quaokenbusb.~fè&lS Jk h* Outfit pent ft to to those who wish to en ly®Ln£jage in the most plea ant and profitable NR I »business kn< wn. Everything new. Cap •jj^jital not required We will furnish you « "everthing. $10 and upwards is easily made without staying away from home over night. No risk whatever. Many new workers wanted .it once. Many are making fortunes at ohc business. Ladies make as uiuoh as men, and young boys and girls make great pay No one who is willing to work fails to make more money every day that can be made in a week at any ordinary employment. Those who engagi tnco will find a short road to fortune. Address II. IIallktt à Co., Portland, Maine T^lSnsTER-y. W SHAEARMAN, Proprietor: 1 near the old brick yard, a short distance from Lewiston, and have leather for sale now I will pay cash or trade leather for all kinds of hides, inutresses and wool for sale. Usopluste hair for sale. 15 P»u» ORO FlUfO E'X PRESS A* SUTHERLAND, PROPRIETOR. T1AKRYING U. S. MAIL AND PASSEJl V/' gerB to and from Lewiston and Pierce City, transacting business with It ELLS, FARGO ds CO'S., Express, leaving Lewiston on Monday and arriving at Pierce City on Wednesday, leaving Pieroe Ujty on Tnursday and arriving at Lewiston on Satur day of each week 34-tf MAIN STREET MARKET! JUST OPENED IN THE NEW MARKET BUILDING. East of the harness Shop. GEO. MEISTER, Jr., Prop'r. SAUSAGE. of every variety and of the best quality, manu factured from Pork aud Beef, to su.it customers The best of Meats of every variety always ou hand, Prices low. Call and test our assort ment and be convinced. 27-.'lm WHEELWRIGHT SHOP. LOT WIGrGINS. A skillful wheel right is located on 1st street, and is prepared to perform good work . in his line upon short notice. REPAIRING CARRIAGES and WAGONg, made a specialty, Call and ec« him. 26tf. MISCELLANEOUS. isC. G. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 4 FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES j\_ clocks, and jewelry. Repairing a specail ty, next door to Orostein k Binnard's store. ORIENTAL MU! III) S.1LIKU BATLI BOOMS The Best Barber in the City. Ladies and children'! hair neatly cut. a Spc Lmlics Hair Sliampooin dally. New building, now fixtures, and a. good as any this side of Sun Francisco. SOUTH SIDE OF MONTGOMERY BE TWEEN 3DAND4T11 STREETS. HOT/IX V COLDBtTlIi. Rovx, l'ropriotor. .lioL.iil.MN. S. A. LANDES, BARBER AT MOSCOW H aving permanently located in this place, will be pleased to receive the patronage of all persons desiring any of the following work in his line. SHAVING, SHIWIPOOIIIO and HATH CUTTING. mm iiftiisa«! a speciality. Ladies' Switches, Puffs, Curls, Bangs and Frizzes, made to order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. CJivo me avail and satisfy yourselves. [ilôtl A. A. LIBUALLEN —DEALEK IN— Relierai iflercliantfise, MOSCOW» I.T e ive on hand «a full and complete stock >ts, Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Hats I hav of Boots, Caps, Clothing and all other goods usually found in a general Merchandise store, which I offer for sale at the Lowest Cash Pricks. Give me a call. A. A. Lieuallen. FRYE'S HOTEL.. 3T 0 S C 0 W. THE BEST HOUSE IN THE PALOUSE country, A. J. FRYE. • Proprietor There is an excellent S T A BL E belonging to this hotel, where fe.dand stabil m; can be bad c heap. Also Haeksaml Saddle-horses to let for hire. (29tf B. A. NYMEYER, COUNTY SURVEYOR Or Nez Pcrcc County. Residence and post office address, MOSCOW FOK SALE ! 3 Desirable Lots IN THE CITY OF LEWISTON. Lots 3 and 4 IN" Block 13. title warranted. enquire of A. LELAMD Lewiston, I. T. FURNITURE STORE. Montgomery street at bead ol First. M. M. WILLIAMS, Proprietoi, K eeps constantly on hand fou sale a full stock of every variety and style of parlor, dining-room and kitchen' furniture Lewiston I. T. May 1st iSft. 2tf MISCELLANEOUS. Ayer's Hair Vigor y FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. It is a most agreeable dressing, which is at once harmless and effectual, for pre serving the hair. It restores, with tho gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep black, as may bo desired. By its use thin hair is thickened, and baldness often though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new growth in nil cases where the glands aro not decayed; while to brashy, weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. Tho Viaoit cleanses tho scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing ! properties, it heals most if not all of tho humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, 1 keeping it cool, clean, and soft, uuder which conditions diseases of tho scalp and hair are impossible, I As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair j The ViGon is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will ; not soil white cambric. It imparts an , agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an ! article for tho toilet it is economical aud unsurpassed in its excellence. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemist«,; Lowell, Mass. SOLD 8T ILL DIIUQGISTB EVERTWHERW. Send for oar New Illustra* ted Price-List No. 30, for FallandWin tcr of 1881. Free to any address. Con tains full description of all kinds of goods for personal and family use. We deal directly with the consumer, and sell all goods in anv-quantity at wholesale prices. You can buy better and cheaper than at home. MONTGOMERY WARD & C0.1 227 and 229 Wabash Avenue,Chtcago,IlL THE BEST OF ALL .IHIHENTS TOR MAN AND BEAST. I Mc a ica u M iiatuiig Uniment Imshccn I Known to millions nil over tho world as tho only sale reliance for tho relief of accidents und nain. It is u medicine jnbovo price and praise—the best or Its I» I ml. For every foi m of external pain the Mustang Uniment ______________ It penetiates ficsli auil mu Re le to I the very hone-limiting the continu co of pnin mul inlbunmntion iinpos *lble. it* < iPects upon Human Flesh nnd Jt.hu Unite t n ation are equally wonder Jlul. Tho Mexican I Liniment is needed by somebody in I every house. Every day bring!) news of B 4 lie ngouy of an awful scald or burn I subdued, of rlieumatfo martyrs re* I stored, or a valuable horse or ox I saved by the healing power of this which speedily cures such ailments of the HUMAN FLESH as HIifu mutism, .Swellings, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Burns aud Scalds, Cuts, Bruises nnd Sprains, Poisonous Bite« and Stings, StifTkicss, Lameness, Old Sores, Ulcers, Frostbites, Chilblains, Sore Nipples, Caked Breast, ami indeed every form of external dis* ease. It lienls without scars. For the Brlte Creation it cures Sprains, Swlnny, Stiff Joints, Founder, Harness Mores, Hoof Bis« eases, Foot Hot, Screw Worm, Scab, Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wind* galls, Spavin, Thrush, llingbonc. Old Sores, Poll EvU, Film upon the Sight and every other ailment to which the occupants of the Stable and Stock Yard are liable. The Mexican Mustang Liniment always cures and never disappoints : and it is, positively, THE BEST •F ALL LINIMENTS FOB MAN OB BEAST. Pbii «»utlit lurnishcii free, with full instruc tion.« for conducting the most profit « Lie husincss that anyone can engaga in. The business is so easy to learn, and our instructions are so simple and that nuy one can make great profits tr au the very start. No one can fail who is willing to work. Women aro as successful as men. Boys and girls ran earn large sums. Many have made at the business over one hundred dollars in a single week. Nothing like it e*. er known before. Ail who engage are surprised at the ease aud rapidity with which they are aide to make money. You can en gage iu this business during your spare time at great profit. You «lo not have to invest cap ital in iL Wo take all the risk. Those who need ready money should write us at once. All furnished free. Address True & Co., Au gusta, Maine. BAKERY JAMES McGRANE PROPRIETOR. Montgomery St, Lewiston Idaho, I N CONNECTION WITH HIS BAKERY nt- has nponed a chop house, where can b. f;.uu f, a: any hour of the DAY OR NIGHT, Choice Porter flou., steaks, liam and Eg*». Oysters Ac., a >ked in order. No China slop» served up, but the test ot everything the mor* kel affords, and in th. but style. 62-tf