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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
cm AND COUNTY OfFICiAl YAPtN. The TELLER hae the target! rircutotion of any paper m North Idaho. .................NOV. 1«, 1881. A|tMi for the "Teller." f Cook ...................Mount Iilaho A. A. Liouailon .'................ . Moscow Mr. Overoeher..................Liddaville 0. 'Maggiuetti...................Genesee 1. H. Irvine ..................Farmington Lake D. Wolford...................U.dfax K. B. Gifford ............ Hangman Creek W. H. Teel.................... *"'!« W. H. Teel Four Mile, I. T. t Frank Smith, Mouutain Cove, I. T., K. W. Jones PoloOse City, W. T.. H. L. Hardisty, Ce dar creek, W. T., H Kutsell, Lone Fine, W T., K. B. Gifford, Hangman creek, W. T„ W. H. Beuuett, Jr., Kockford W. T ; , C. F. Yeaton, Cceur d'Alene I. T., C. W Wood, Westwood, I. T. SPOOPBNDYKE S BA uT, [Brooklyn Eagle.] "Well, well, wel," said Mr. Spnop endyke, with n grin that involved his whole heed, end end an effort at tip toe treed that shook the whole house; "end to it's my dear." Mrs. Spoopendyke smiled faintly end Mr. Spoopendyko picked up his heiress. "Jt's theimage ofyou," she said, re garding with some trepida'iou Mr. 8«oondendyk:'B method of handling the in'aut. "I don't see how you make that out," ■aid Mr. Spoopendyko grave.y. "I don't know when my nose looked like the thumb part of a boiled lobster clew. Do I understand you that my eyes Bker any resemblance to the head of e screw!" "I mean the general features," mur mured Mrs. Sprtopendyke. "The general features seem to be all month," retorted Mr. Spoopendyko, ex amining his acquisition. "If our gen end features are at ell a like, tny vis age must remind you of an earthquake Hil kitcheeS kitchee! What makes her fold up her legs like that!" ■ "She can't help it," reasoned Mrs. Spoopendyke. They'll straighten out in time.", "No time like the present," quoted * Mr. Spookendyke; and he took his daughter feet and commenced pulling her limbs. I don't want any bandy lagged first in this family while I am at the hedl of it." Naturally the baby began to cry and Mr. Bpoopendyke essayed to aoothe it. "Hi 1 hitches! kitchee! kituh-e-e!" he chirruped. "Great Scott, what a ce verni Any idea how much this month weighs! Hi! kitchee! ki chee! kitohe-e-e! You'll have to get that month roofed in before cold wcài her. What'« the matter with her anyway!" "Perhaps you hurt her. Let me take her please," pleaded pelpless Mrs. Bpoopendyke. "She is doing well enough. Hi! yon! hold npl Haven't yon anything to oateh this mouth iuf It's spiffin': all over the neighborhood. Hi! Topsy, J Genevieve, Cleopatra, dry up! I'm go ing to have trouble breaking this young one'» temper, I can see that. Here! bend the other way once," and Mr. Spoopendyke tried to straighten np his offspring without avail. "Let«her come to me, do, please,'' moaned Mrs. Spoopendyke, and he was forced to htnd her over. "Well that's quite a baby," said he, aiming his knees and eyeing the infant "What 're them bumps over it* eyes fort Whet preponderance of intelli genoedothiy represent!" •«You mus'nt talk ►o," remonstrated Ml*. S*y; "She's the handsomell child yon ever saw.'' "Well, she's got to stop biting her ■aile before she goes any further with procession. Here take your hands •■t of your mouth, can't you! Why don't too put her hands down!" "why, all babies do that." ex plained Mrs. 8. "You can't stop that" * "I'm going to try," seid Mr S., "and I don't waift to he interfered with in Waging this child up. Hern, you, Maud 8. Bonastter, put your hands in your pockets. Don't let me see any mom nail chewiftg, or you and I will got mixed np in an argument. She gets that from your fawi^Mrs. Spoop sndyke." "She'll be eld enough to saank in a weak, won't she!" "No, she won't. 8he'll never be old enough for t et," said Mrs. S. "I'll bet she will, if she isn't she'll get it before she matures up to that period. Here, let's hare her." Bit Mrs B. fiatly refused; and Mr o' sta rted off to find - his friend Speck wattle, woo congratulated him, and W a rt e d off with him to assist in the ••lection of an overcoat and a pair c f Oar miff* as precautionary against the approaching Winter. Juir now our Idaho cotem portes are toping to settle the question of the penon to succeed Mr. Ainelie, I to congres*. Keep up your Bek brethren, and trot out your candi i and when you get through coach fc* four spavined, wind-broken, priest y-aiddeo, ring-nosed steppers, it will ■j 'b to W jwpper for South eastern Idaho to eby its cap in'o the circle and name jlfto winning nag. We have so ma good tottd' material here, that will distance Georgs in the first heat, and are going to win against the field. South-eastern IdaBo has some claims which we pro pill to tom satisfied, and no wool pull tof WTWr optics, can be played on this ' by George or aeybody "Diena ye beer the io Enterprise. HOW TO BRIIta UP A BOY. 'If I had a loy to bring up I wouldn't bring him up to softly," began Brother Gardner, as Samuel Shin finally qoit poking the fire. Eber y day ob my lile I meet men who were brung up softly. As boys they were kissed an' pelted an' stuffed with sweet cake an' cried ober. As youDg men dey nuffia' lo do but spend money, dress like monkeys, loaf ou de streets and 'ouk down at honest labor. As men dey am a a failure. People who doau' hate 'em au' avoid 'em feel to pity 'em an' dat's just as bad. When I see a man whom eberybody dislikes, I realize dut he was brung up ou di goody good plan as a boy. If I had a boy I'd rub him agio the world. I'd put a responsib l ty on his ah;ulders. If he .got sugar be airn it. It he got time for loafin'it would be artcr bis work is dona. . If be was ugly or obstinate I'd tan it outer him in stead of buyiu' off. If you waot to make a selfish man, humor de whims ol a boy. If you want to make a coward, forbid your boy to defend his rights an' dut w.iile he had no bvsiuess to trample on de rights ob odder loys, ntr boy had the privilege ob taken him by do uose. luiis night an old man libiu •ip my way was turned out ob doors by his boy. He has been try n' de goody good plan on dut youth for do las' v ars, au' dis am de legitimate result' Ho did'ut want him to work kase work is hard. He didu't want him to dress lor odar people would look down on him De boy am to-day a loafer, neither greatful for what has bin dooe iu de pas' uor carrin' for what hapens iu Iu. eher. Ten y'ars ago he cried cher, run arter, and ccxed an' bought og, an' his uiuddcr libed to eea him a loafer, an' his fadder had foun' him a ingrate. — Detroit Free Press. Kam.ock liai given an account of his visit and reception at Portland, in which he describes himself us a "Sand loiter" talking to fools. Not very com plimentary of the Portlanders. A REIGN OF TERROR ! Tlio Alarming Increase ol ■■«■art DIncu*« und sj nip Ionia Which Procédé It. Leading to Scientific Investiga tion and an Atleniiit to Check Its Increase. The Wimderful I'rupertlesct "Medatlne de India,'' and liow to Properly Use It. FACTS OF IMPORTANCE FOR ALL REGARDING A .VE IF DISCOVERY. The mortality statistics of this country show that a great proportion of deaths arise from Heert Disease. But asid from the atality winch attends it, the iuconvuuienco and suffering which even the first stages briug make it necessary to take prompt mt amres for relief. Undoubtedly the great est remedy of modern times for caring dis ease of the Heart is "Sedatine-ile-Imlia," which is accomplishing such wonderful re salts and attracting so much attention.— This great remedy possesses ingredients specially designed for all the numerous trou bles of the Heart. The combination is the result of long and careful experiment' and it can he safely aase ted that when taken in time it will cure in every case. Do you ever have Nightmare, oppressed feelings in side and breast, Irregular Action, Throbbing, Jumping, Fluttering. Momentary Stopping, Slow Circulaiion of the Blood? These aro all syimitoms of Heart Disease. Those who are suffering and have uever tried it should do so at once; those who have ever tried it do not need o b urged to do so again. If your druggist has not got it, send one dollar and fifty ceuts to our address, and it will be mailed to you. Sole agents Lobdell Chemi st Co., st. Louis. Mo. NERVOUS DEBILITY, Vital Weakness, Pros tration from Overwork or indiscretion, is radically and promptly cured by "St. James' V italic Fills." They renew the vigor of youth and are a positive cure for Sepcrma to hea, Impotency, Sexular debility, etc. P ?e one dollar and fifty cent per box, sent b mail by the sole agents, Lobdell Chemi c- Co., St, Louis, Mo. 37-ly Job Work. —We aro now pn.prred to do kinds rf iob work, at reduced rates, d of the mi st Approved styles, of posters ill head, all kina* of cards, letter heads atceto S. C. BALE, W. B. courts, M. T. MADOW1C S. c. HALE Ab CO., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. ALSO DE.\HRS IN EZAPY MAPI FURNITURE, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, PAINT, OIL. SHELLAC, Varnish, Turpentine, Yellow Ochre, all colors in cans, A large stock of WALLPAPER » * furnish drafts and plans for all style of buildings, Sontb sida of Montgomery street bead of Fourth itreot. Lewiston I. T. Il-U PRINTNKJ Marriage Certificates, Letter-heads, Funeral Notices BitU-of-Lading, Visiting Cards, Wcdd mg Cards, Invitation Cards, Programmes, Constable Sales, COMMERCIAL v PRINTING, i 6 TELLER" OFFICE. IS NOW PREPARED BY THE ADDITION OK NEW Stock, Fressest, Material, —AND— SKILLFUL WORKMEN, TO PO ALL CLASSK* OF BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, STATEMENTS, Notes, Cheek«, Drafts, Receipts, Neatly« Cheaply, Promptly. Give us a call when in need of mything in the Printing line. This office Prints The TELLER Office Id Pre pare«! to furnlMh at Short notice any of Hie following at Cheap rate*: Sheriff Sales, Bread Tickets, Meal Tickets. Mortgage*, Envelope*, Bill-heads, Bonds, Deeds, Bags, Or Amy Class or Print In« In the Latest Styles. MISCF.LLANF.OUS. $25 to $50 PER DAY. Can easily be made by using the Celebrated "V I C T O R WELL, AUßER & ROGE BORING MACHINERY IN ANY PAKT OF THE COUNTRY. Stato in what paporyou suw this. 42 ly We mean it, and ai'c prepared to demonstrate the fact. They are operated by either Man, Horse or Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They range in size front 0 INCH TO a FEET IN 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 of 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 kinds of MINERALS. . Also for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal Shafts, &c. We also furnish Engines, Boilers, Wind Mills, Hydraulic Rains, Horse Powers, Brick Machines, Mining Tools, Portable Forges, Rock Drills, and Machinery of all kinds. Jjj^Good active agents wanted in every country in the world. ADDRESS, Western Machinery Supply Depot 511 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A. H. C. BROWN, —DEALER J»' GENERAL MERCHANDISE, JIT. IDAHO, he Best Goods at Low Prices. L. P. BROWIM, Mount Idaho Hotel Mt. Idaho t. T 4Itf HOLBROOK'S Feed, Livery, Hack and SALE STABLES! C. St., between 3d and 4th, NT. B. HOLBROOK, - Prop'r. BUGGY TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET. pm' Reasonable charges for fair*. Parti cular attention paid to boarding. Stock Taken to Ranch, April 15tb, 1 7, tf. LÜM BEB LUMBER! BEAN A IA Kit 1*11 are ready to furnish the choioest ol Lumber, ROUGH or DRESSED! in any quantity, at Bottom Prices. J. K. VINCENT, Agent. Lewiston, Apn! 21, 1881. 28-tf LEWISTON BANE. JOHN BREARIÆY, BANKER, DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHECK, AND INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. Boy and Sell Exchange, and Collections made on all pointa. OFFICE: Ou Main street at hand of sec ond, Lewiston. I. T. 46 tf Ai mil ts Wholesale and Kcta Dealer in general MERCEANSISE. Forwarding. Storage and Cumrata.ton. 13 4 THOS. HUDSON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. LEWISTON, I. T. JJ^DFFICF!:—With A. QaAckenbush ■ MAIN MARKET! JUST OPENED IN THE NEW MARKET BUILDING. East of tho harness Shop. GEO. MEISTER, Jr., Prop'r. SAUSAGE. of every variety end of the best quality, manu fsetured from Pork and Bee', to suit enstomere The best of Meats of every variety always on hand, Pries* low. Call and test our assort ment and be convinoed. 27-.1m ,fkl*Qu.fit pent free to those who wish to en m * n mo#t P* ea ttnt nm * profitable JL] I business k n wn. Everything new. Cap lijml Ini not required We will furnish yi " " e vert hing. $11) and upwards is easily made without staying away from home over night. No risk whatever. Many new workers wanted lit unco. Many are making fortunes at ohe business. Ladies make as much us men, and young boy s and girls make great pay No one who is willing to work failst*» make more money every d> y that can be made in a week at any ordinary employment. Those who engage at tnce will find a shorr road to fortune. Address 11. Hallbtt à Co., Portland, Maine T-A.lfl'ITIEiRrX' W SHAEARMAN. Proprietor: I HAVE ESTABLISHED A TANNERY near the old brick yard, a short distance from Lewiston, and have leather for sale I will pay cash or trade leather for all kinds hides, matresses and wool for sale, vlsoplaste hair for sale. 15-3m OHO F I AO E X PRESS A. SUTHERLAND, PROPRIETOR. ( XARRYING U. 8. MAIL AND PASSEN gers to and from Lewiston and Piere« City, transacting business with WELLS, FARGO A GO'S., Erpress, leaving Lewiston on Monday and arriving at Pierce n ity on Wednesday, leaving Pierce Giiy on i oursday and arriving at Lewiston on Satur day of eaoh week 34-tf STREET WHEELWRIGHT SHOP LOT WIGGINS, A skillful wheelright is located on 1st street, and It prepared to perform good work la his lia* upon ehort notice. REPAIRING CARRIAGES and WAGONS mado a specialty, Call sad sea Urn. 2Kf. MISCELLANEOUS. ©C.R.KRESSÖ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER A PINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES clucks, anil jewelry. Repairing a spread ty, next dour to (iroatein A Biouard s sture. ORIENTAL Mill IU MLDIM BATII BOOMS The Best Barber in the City. Ladies and children's hair neatly cut. Ladles llalr Shampooing a Spe cially. ßSB" New building, new fixtures, and as good as uny this side of San Francisco. SOUTH SIDE OF MONTGOMERY BE TWEEN ID AND4T11 STREETS. HOT AM COLD BATHS. Andrew Itocx, Proprietor. S. A. LANDES, BARBERAT MOSCOW H aving permanently located in I his place, will be pleased to receive tho pit phi age of all persons desiring any of the following work in his line. SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR CUTTING. l speciality. Ladies' Switches, Puffs, Curls, bangs and Frizzes, made tu urder Satisfaction guaranteed. Chnrgcs reasonable. Oive me a call and satisfy yourselves. [3Sti A. A. LIEU ALLEN —DEALER IN— General Merchandise, MOSCOW, I. T* I have on hand a full and complete stock of Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Hats C aps, Clothing and all other goods usually found in a general Merchandise store, which I offer for sale at the Lowest Cash Prices. Give me a call. A. A. Lieuallen. FRYE'S HOTEL. M 0 8 C 0 W. THE BEST HOUSE IN THE PA LOUSE country, A. X FRITE, - - - Proprietor There is an excellent STABLE belonging to this hotel, where fen! anil stabling can be ha<i , heap. Also Haeksaud Saddle-horses to let for hire. (29tf B. A. NYMEYER, COUNTY SURVEYOR Of Nez Perce County. Residence and post office address, MOSCOW I _ FOR SALE! S Desirable Kots IN THE CITY OF LEWISTON. Lots 3 and 4 IN Block 13. title warranted. ENQUIRE OF A. LELAND 41tf Lewiston, I. T. FURNITURE STOKE. Montgomery Street at tuaT ol FlrsL M. M. WILLIAMS, Proprieto., VrSKPS CONSTANTLY ON 11 \ N n FOR e , */ u1 , 1 #f every variety sad it»] °f parlor' dining-room sad kitchss furnii Lewisto* L T. Mar 1st Iff!. MISCELLANEOUS. DO rsapafma Is n compound of the virtues ol saraaparll. la, stiliingia. mandrake, yellow «lock, with the iodide of potash nml iron, ail iiowerfui Moral-making, Mood-cleansing, anil life-sna. taining elements. It ix tiie purest, safest, nud most effectual alterative medicine known or available to tho public. The sei onces of medicine and chemistry have never produced so valuable a remedy, nor one so potent to cure nil diseases resulting from impure Mood. It eures Scrofula nn«l all scrofulous diseases. Erysipelas. Itose, or 8t. Anthony's Fire, Pimple* nml Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches, Bolls, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Ulieuin, Scald-head, Kina-worm, Ulcers, Sores, Khcuinutlsm, Mercurial Disease, Neuralgia, Female Weak nesses and Irregularities, Jaundice, Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, and General Debility. By its seurcliing nnd cleansing qualities it purges out the foul corruptions which contaminate the Mooil and cause derange ment and decay. It stimulates and enliven* tho vital functions, promotes energy and strength, restores and preserves health, nnd infuses new life nud vigor throughout tho whole system. No sufferer from any «lls ease which arises from impurity of the Blood need despair who will give AYZu's BAKSArAiuLLA a fair trial. It is folly to experiment with tho numer ous low-priced mixtures, of cheap materials, aud without medicinal virtues, offered as Mood-piiritiers, while disease becomes more firmly seated. Ayer's SausapahIlla Is a medicine of such concentrated curative power, that it is by far the best, cheapest, and most reliable blood-purifier known. Physicians know its composition, and pre scribe it. It has been widely used for forty years, mid has won the unqualified confi dence of millions whom it has benefited. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. BOLD BY ALL DHUCOISTS EVKKYWHERE. Send for oar New Illustra ted Price-List No. 30, for Falland Win ter 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 any quantity at wholesale prices. You can buy better and cheaper than at home. MONTGOMERY WARD Sc CO. ' 227 and 229 Wabash Avenue,Chioago,IU. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOB HAN AND BEAST. For morn than n third of a century the MexIcffiiNiuUiig Lsftnlmeut has been known to millions all over tho world ae the only suf'o reliance for the relief of accidents and nain. It is a medicine above price and praise—th« best of its I» ind* For every form of external pain MEXICAN Mum tan g Liniment is witl\put an equal. It penetrates fleab and muscle to the very hone— making tho contlnu anco of pain nnd inflammation Impos sible. Its ctfects upon Human Flesh nnd the Brute t rent ion aro equally wonder* ful. The Mexican MUSTANG Uniment Is needed by somebody in every house. Every day brings news of the agony o t an awful scald or burn subdued, of rheumatic martyrs re stored, or a valuable horse mr ox saved by tho healing power of this LINIMENT which speodilv cures such ailment* of tbe HUMAN FLESH a* Rkshniatltsi, Swell lags. Stiff Joints, « o.itmctrd Muscles, Bums tad Scalds, Cut*, Bruise* cud Sprains; Poisonous Bite* cud Stiugs, StlStscss, Lcm.se». Old Sore*, Ulcere, Frostbit.., ChllMulus, Sore Nipple*, Ccited Bros**, ■ Indeed even form mt oateraul « see. It heel* without seen. For tbe Bbute Cbkatioh It cure* Hprctns, Swluny, Stiff Joluts, Founder, Bernese Sores, Hoof Ma sse**, Foot Hot, Screw Worm, Sech, Hollow Horn, Scratches, Ind well*, Spevln, Thrush, Ringtone, Old Sores, Poll BvU, Film upon the Sight end every other oilmeut to which the occupent* o t the Stehle cud Stock Yerd are lieble. The Mexicen Muateug Liniment always care* and never disappoints; and ft Is, positively, THE BEST or ALL LINIMENTS FOB MAN OB BIAST. Guttit furnished free, with full initruo tions for conducting the mo*t profit thle bueinefts that anyone can engage in. The business is so easy to learn* and our instructions are so simple and pluin that any one ean make great profits from the very »turfc. No one ean fail who is willing to work. Women are as successful as men. Boys and girls can earn large sums. Many have mado at tbe business over one hundred dollars in a single week. Nothing like it ever known before. Ail who engage art surprised at the ease and rapidity with which they aro aide to make money. Yon ean en gage in this business during your spare time at great profit. You do not have to invest tap itat in it. We take all tbe risk, those who need ready money should write us at onee. All furnished free. Address Tues à Co., Au gusta, Maine. 7*ly BAKERY, JAMES McGJRANE PROPRIETOR. Montgomery St, Lewiston Idaho. I N CONNECTION WITH HIS BAKERY he has opened a chop hoes#,' where can be found, at.ny hour of the DAY OR NIGHT, Cbuiee Porter llou-u sthakc. Hem sad Eggs, Oysters Ac., cooked in order. N* China slops ''ed ap, bat ths best ol everything the up affords, and io the but style. 42-tI