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DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OP NORTHERN IDAHO AND SURROUNDING! COUNTRY. S3 PER YEAR VOLUME 7. LEW INTO A, IDAHO TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 91 , 1883 . NUMBER 84. THE LEWISTON TELLER CUT AN1 COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPtR. TltksDAY ...MAY .11, ISM. Bakliskal Br.ry Thursday Evening —IT— A. LELAND &. SON, T«u if Sabscnptiai. it C«ia Rite; : ÉMiiBCsrr raa Yus .......................|3 #0 - ** Six Mouths................. 2 00 " " Two Mouths................. 1 00 Ifeglo Ramh*r.................................... 10 F.opmjoisst is oil cas** demanded. All pa C di**tfaiiaa*d when liai* of subscription •xpirad. 8 m.« mi AdTsriUlB« K* 4 we*d. is l'*ls : Im tqaar* ( 1 !n«h In celuma) 1 insertion $1 50 (uik aiditional insertion.................. 50 Tm 8%h ins un* insertion..................... 2 00 a«*h a lditioa*l insertion.................. 1 00 Thru* fq uar*s on* insertion................ 8 0«» 8t*a additiuaal insertion.......... .... 1 00 Fiar Àqatres on* insertion................... ,i uO *»*h sdditioaal insertion................. 1 5o T*arljr, kalt yearly and t^uarterly advents a*ati nur# than lour t>«^uure* inserted • y «P* -ial «oatract. Pr*f*'siraal and Artisans' Cards of one square or less, per quarter.................. A 00 Reuses in local column (ohu*pt voluntary) per lia* ......................................... 20 Bat aaua for less thau.......................... I 00 0a*i*ty advertiseiuonts aud resolutions pur lia* eack insertion ............................ 10 Lsaal AdveriUHus liuire, Inl'olu . Canasns, Sheriff's Sales and all other le gal neti<«s per inch first insertion......$1 5H Hack saksaqaent insertion............ 50 Ai» Iran «teat advertisements and notices prépayaient decuauded. all others paya kl* qaarterly. A LON IC LKLAND. CH AS. F. LKLAND. trritiAL DiUEt'Tom of Idaho Sslsgste in Con^rfss........... T, F. Singisvr U»««ra»r .....................John N. Irwin Secretsry...................... J.;, L. ( uni Karakal ............... ...............F. T.lJuhois C. 8. Atturue-v_____ ...........\V. K. Whi 1 e Tr«a«ur«r............. .............Joint Humour» J.stroller........... . .. .......J. L. Ondt rdouk JH«««» CLKKK» « DISTRICT ATTOKNKY8. 1st District Norman Buck Stark H. Suiiier missriet Attorney... ..........A. Vuackcnhusii tad District........ ............. il. iv. Prickett CHarl.................. .........A. L. kid»»*rdton Di.tricl Attorney.. .............Jas. A. Hawley >d Dutrici........... ............. J. T. Morgan JWrk................. ............." m.li. Thevk * Hi.triei AHoruey.. ..........Willard Crawford Th* Juti/et» of the 1st 2u«i uud 3.1 üid irift* acttfiutiie at the capital on tlie lir»t tfsaday in September iu eae h year, and cun iLc Supteui e Court of the rc rritory , with the Judge of the 3*1 district a»* Chic! iuslice, «ad ▲. L. Richardson a* Clerk. The Judicial Du tricis aud the tiui*»« uud *:«cen of holding < 'ourtt* iu eu. h are de»i^ n«t*d hy the Supreme Court when iu *es Sinn aud are liable 10 change each year. LAND OFFICES: ffurftyor (i*u..............Win. H. Chaud!' IDAHO DISTRICT R'«i*ter . .John It Miltei R-eiiver James Stoul LKWIHTOM DISTRICT. R sitter........................ .......J M. Howe R ceiver....................... ...... 11. J. Monroe OXFORD DISTRICT: Register................ ...... C. B. Fox Receiver............... . . . .J. F. Singiber NMITH It) A HO COUNTY OFFICIALS: SK2 PERCH CO. Probaie Judge............. ...........\V. Wing ft *eri ff....................... ...........Kzra Hsiid A tdilor A Recorder...... Treasurer................... .........,Oco. Class i.iMitr...................... ) ....... L F Herbert D Spurbeck Cvuaty Cororaiesioaere V E " 1 ameron. David Nut man BHOSHONR COUNTY. Probate Judge............... J. C Hilterbrand ft îeriff ................ .T, ...........I. 15. Cowen Aiditor k Recorder............D M. Frazier T'easurer.............................. Aaron Kuhn Asessor............................ Frank Carle C»UDtv Commissioners ...... I* Gaffuey T Wilson ......11. Templeton IDAHO COL'KTY . P obate Judge........................ C W Case S eriff................................ T. J. Rhodes A Oitor A Rfcorder.......J. B. Chamberlain T ««sure ..............................I M 1) rman A «essor .....................D H reicher 1 Del s Carr. Ci«n*-V Oominisdiouers ' .1 M t'n«>k». ( N B W ill y. Coroner........................... J KOOTKNAICOUNTY. Sheriff................................ F Harnes ftee.»rder.............................. G. 15 Wonua«**tt Probate Ju<lge.........................Henry Meldor Treasurer .................................Max "'il Assessor .................................W. D. Wright Justine#...............R. W. Cochran, C. W. Wood Censtable*................. M. Martin. J L ^teen. . Cantield County Connuissiont-rs...........^ J. T lartin. i. .u un ni. o ..........Il NEW Lï / BOOT S SEOE STORE. Sale Work, of San Francisco Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN and MBNb WEAR. AH classes of work manufacture«! to HWcr. Repairing neatly and promptly done. GEORGE GLASS, MuAgmerjr hL, Lewi Äon, I. T. PIONEER BAKING POWDER The Purest, Strongest and Best. 8100 REWARD Fur anything but CREAM TARTAR AND SODA FOUND IN IT. TRIAL WILL PROVE Its Superiority over ill other so called PURE" BAKING POWDERS. For by »(I dealers In I'lrd « Iä«* UreccrfeN. LAWURa. JASPER RAND, ATTORNEY, And COUNSELLOR at Law, Orner— M»i» St, R»y Biond flösse, 4-tf A. QUACKI NIilSII. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Aid District Attorney fur 1st Judicial : is trict. • prie«. — Main street near Brearley's Grist will. ' t 1. -V. MAXWELL, ATTORNEY, And COUNSELLOR at Law, Office — Third treet. »ext 4o«r North »■! LMewc-tsherg Bros 4 -tf J. Cl. FORNEY, AI IOKV V XT LAW, MT. IDAHO, I. T. ,ptl- Cclleetions promptly made. ALONZO LELAND Attorney-at-Law, LEWISTON, IbAHO TERRITORY. Will praetiee in all the Courts *f North Idaho, »u i also tb«- Supreme Court. Also t oil un» boner of Peed* for W*«hiu£teu Territory in ted for Idaho Territory. W. T. 31' liËRN, Attorney-at-leAW MOSCOW, I. T. " ill attend promptly to all baits nnd col »ction* intrusted tw him. 11 tf PHYSICIANS. DR J. C. ANDREWS PHYSICIAN and SlIUiKO.V Obstetrics and disease« of children a sjiec ialty. A<«o treat* catarrh, diseases *f the threat and lunge* t-T Residence and OHRce first dn«»r west of the U K. Laud Oflice, Main St. «5! LEWISTON Il A K E It Y MOXTOOMtSr STREET LEWISTON, I. T. B KEAP. PIER AND CAKES ; ALSOHUO eerie. C.iDieetioaarj, Liquor, and Cigar«. GENTS FlBNISniNG GOODS,' Family Groceries, Etc 1 S. WILDEN I HALEB. lMf «-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. w. a. coopii. HALE & COOPER (Sutctssors tu 8 C. Mai a <:« South side at Montgomery street ' » head at i'rnrth atree*, Lewialaa Ï Wa fuiniah drafts and plans far all style vf buildings, —BKALER*IH— Sash, Doors, Window Blinds, Window Glass. PAINT, OIL, SHELLAC, VARNISH,TURPENTINE YELLOW OCHRE, all colora in eaus. WALL PAPER A lereestoeY itf DRACKETA «»A cmtOMt'S. »11 time!« »fSUILf HAKDWARK, MlOVEl.S, l'ICKS, SLKDUK.S, MAI FORKS, (1 VKOKN H AKES. HOES, AXES, CROSSCl'T SAWS, sarpsatsr TOOLS af all kind*. CUTLBKT of every variety. Alan PLOW STEEL. HORSK SHOES, HORSESHOE NATL*. PVT NAILS nf erere site ■ •.* qtmlity. Everything ch.ap, fur o».b, aud giveNllOlIT C'ltl'.IHT. SI TO THE PTTTITTC ! 1H. W. LITTLE ' ßt. ar Respectfully announces to the citizens of Lewiston and vicinity that he has just opened with a full line of pure DRUGS * ' MEDICINES, And hopes, by strict attention to business, accuracy, and Fair Dealing, to warrant a j-hari* of your pa'ronnge, aud AI V STOCK OF ^TOILET ARTICLES^* is lull an^ complet« CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS lypRESÜAÎPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, DAY OR NIGHT Dr. Staintnii'» old »'and, Main »trre.t al l. end of 4th. LewUton, I. T. A. M°CREGOR, - DEALEU IX — S. T. Suits' Celebrated WD181CI I'*8 9 Bourbon and Kvc Peac h asset Cherry Brp.iulieN, S. T. Suitn* Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. ALSO KEEP OX HAND A PINK QUALITY OF IMPORTED Brandy, Sher y, Pori Wine, AN 1 ) These liquors «re very de#i and purity. Try tliem, ua<l il i for Medii at they i (I 1 »1 purpotv: TV Shijipeff divert, froin S. T. Sun illain Slrri l, on aeeount of their great strengt uieu'ted tu be tlon't buy them. Distilla y , Mary! rtirl - LEWISTON. W. F. KETTEN3ACH, ,11 T M iliu Llllil ill dial! LE VISTOM, IDAHO. HRE~n«mt M»:v /, •/ Cil'fornia; Fir» man'* Fund #/ California; Royal, Xor Commrrriml . •/ California; Cal i/o Hartford^ af Hartford Conn. Rtafr Ihvmtmeut and Inn. Co. LIFE— Wettern Fire & Manne of Cal. Ne Union of Sea 'A land. F>re Ins., Astotiahan . Lo î, Union k Lancashire, * of Cal. .Etna, r Fuji and M Ratifie t'ual y Mutual. OFFICE IN BREARLEY'S BANK. WHEELWRIGHT SHOP. LOT WIGGINS, V hkillfal whe«lriRht Is l-'rated nn 1st streot, md>i is prcraifi to perform pood work in his line h|-ob short notice. REPAIRING CARRIAGES an made a specialty, Call aad see him. J. K. VINCENT, AUCTIONEEB, LEWISTON. I. T. 4 LL BUSINESS ATTENDED To J\ Promptly «n . P»ithfully * H. T. MADGW1CK, CARPENTER AND BUILDER LEWISTON, IDAHO. W K. 1 i 14. S« I Coraer 8th «ad Muiitgnniri'y #t«. LEWISTON 1. T. VUIK HOTEL IS N1WI.Y ic.rd £uoheei tbrau^Ueut, h»i MORON CONVENIENCES For tho Corafbrt of Quests And is kept «s n HitST'CLASS HOtSE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE Ai'it h«.»elf|U»rtsrs fur nil expret lin»> run in« to arol trorn l.e-wi-ton . MUS. R. SALS A Oo, Froprictor«. 4»-tf fl.f .'.mi «■ Tirti«.* ïfjk'O/i'JfiPVltïf.HlH •SrtUSA'VJÏÜKÂïa tïSfc KWÜMMS THE CARPENTER ft WOOIN3. "Oh, beam of my life, my awl 1 1 ine !" He cried, bu liante addressing. "It I ad/* auch a love a* yunra I'd aak no other blessing !" I am rejoiced to hear you speak," The h aideu said with laughter. "For though 1 haiumar guilt leas girl, Ita plain what you are ratter; Now, it file love, yen just a bit, What further will you ax ma? Can, will you t* content with that, Or will y«*u further tucks me - /'' lie looked handsaw her words with aquara. "No rival «au displace me? Yes, eue more favor 1 implore, Aud that ie, dear Em, brace nia !" TUK SEQUEL. She came full chisel to bis arms ; It really mad* him stair To have lier make a bolt for him Before he could prepare, lie tried to screw his courage up. And did his level best To nail the matter thau and there, While clapped unto her breast. He says : "It augurs well for me ; All aeeui to hinge on this ; Aud what is mortise plane to sea The porch child want» a kiss." He kissed her lip, he kisted her cheek, And called hi r his a-door-ed— He dous his claw-hamiiiar ueit week, Aud she will share his hoard. j LXAM1N ATIONB Bern annually, lu the Publto BcUools. ! -- liANCH aok Lessons. Longfellow » "Builders were written ou the board, j with two liuts iu ( ue, words disarranged, aj iuils used at raudow, wrong spclliug, | uud without punctuation marks. Along side of this were writteu the following proposition : 1. M'rite, breaking each line iuto two lines arid puneluate. 2. Use capitals only where they ought to be used. 3. Divide each line int feet. 4. Use ih ■ accent, to murk the kind of foot. 5. Mark the punctuation of each word bj the use of diacritical marks—according to Webster. li. Mark the sound of eaih eoison autal combination. 7. Sean a line as litre written, Wliat is wrong? 8. Name the verse in this piece. y. Who is the author? What kind of a verse did he gem rally write? 111. Iu a separate place classify the nouns, the pronouns, the adjertiv.w, the verbs, mid the adverbs of the entire sé lection. ROLL OF HONOR In ill ■ language letMou i-xaUiinuUoti, and grades, loo being (he standard. Amy Damai, 100; Hella (jrmstein, 100; Herbert K. Coburn. 100. Roll of honor 95, or, above—Hansom Coburn, 90 ; Hindu liinuaid, 90; .S. li. Ataul, 90; Howard Coburn 02 ; Mary Clark 90. No of ihe oih r 12 members of the class fell belew 75. liNOLlSH t î U A M M Ait.-- J. Wliat is language ? 2. lioW many languages i world ? 3. What is a dialect ? 4. What is * provim iulism? 5. What is the first book a learner needs in the study ot « »ew linguag (i. \\ hat is tho Secoud ? 7. What is a dictionary? J>. fine etymologyeally and logically. 8. \\ hat is a grammar ? 9. What is grammar tsi seienee ' what is the bu.-iuess oi seienee? ill. What is grammar as an art . wliat is the business of art ? 11. What subjects does grammar iu the. dude : 12 . 13. 11. 15. lli. Whit is « ruh' in grammar ? What i.-, » 1 'urt of speech ? Wliat ) r ip,Ttie.s have nouns % What is form in grammar? What, properties of nouns are marked by form ? 17. 1'lurulize ; church, di.-h, box, topax, motto ; and give rule. 18. How do you show person^ in nouns ? 19. Classify adjectives. 29. What can you say of farther anil furthe r ? 21. What is the space word, anil wlut is tie- time word in » sentence? 22. D tin., tli : word "verb ami th« thing: meant by the word "verb." 23. What is the only verb that i proper in a deiinitie u ? Write it and name it. 24. What is the only strictly "logi cal" rerb? 25. What is a definition? 2b. Conjugate the verb "love" active ly and passively. 27. Analyse: The room is 16 feet x 18 feet. 28. Time slept on flowers and lent his glass Li hope. 29. Water to drink. Purse: "lb,"-"feet" "time." vvat, r." "to drink, 30. d.,.],e, ROLL OF HONOR In the grammar examination; 100 h ing the stamlaril: la H McAlister, 100, Aiuii*' C lark. 98, J Lee K. llv. 100, Ada Me-Whium- 90 Maggie Met iregur lOOClyde i'.irk r, 95 r Roll of lionor 'J5. Ur above. RELOCATION BILL. An act, to provide for the rclvtuti« n the county Beat of N\ 2 Perce county. Be it rnaclr.l by the Legislative As- ' bo: snub! y of the lerritory '■/ Idaho as follows: ; Sicctiun 1. A special elccti m »hall ' b ■ bold iu the couuty of No* iVn ou or tb ■ hrst Monday iu «Î no c, A. D. uuoj ti tboasand eight buudred aud oigbty-tbrec osj (1S83) which special slcvi-oa shall ho ! oonductod iu the manner, uui l> ■ gov. rn- j ed by tb-.' laws relating to goo r..i ci,c ti.ni. Sko. 2. At said spacial election, the question of the permanent location of the souuty vat of Ne* Peroo county »hull be subiuiltjd to, and bo voted upon, by the quaiiSod tutors th- rciu, tho word« "For Couuty Soat," shall bo written or printed ou the ballot, aud tho towu, or place de air, d, by the voter shall be written or piiuti d op|Kisite,or uud r tho wo r !i above nn utioued aud required. Site.'. H. Iu eunvassiug the vote ou tho loeatiou of the couuty seat, ballots thill ! not bo rejected because of any error iu orthography, or informality thereiu, if it he clearly useertaiued Irom tbe b.Ulit j w | m t wu intuuded by the voter; but w h.-re two or more ballots are folded to | ^ thcr, they shall uot be counted, aud upou the eauvass of the vote, by the board of County Commissioners, the town or place receiving the highest number cd' votes, shall be, aud is hereby cstabli hed uud eoutirmed as the peruiauent county aeiit of No* Perce county. Iu east) uo ohuico is made at said special eleotiou, the question shall he again submitted at the a it geuoral election thereafter. Ski:. 4. The County Commissioners of said county shall cause notice to be posted iu the manner provided iu the general election laws of this Territory. They shall cause suitable poll hooks und returns, to be prepared und furnished to the judges of election of the several pre einets in said county. They shall ap point judges of election at their regular session in April, A. D. one thousand eigth hundred aud eighty-three, for all the precincts iu said county as required at n general election, and on the second Mon day iu June, A. 1). out thousand eight hundred ami eighty-three, they shall me. t at the county seat of said county aud act as a hoard of cunva.-s. rs, uud declare the result of said sp a ial election, aud if it, shall be ascertain, a! from such can vu.* that any town or place Inis' received a plurality of the vote» east, such tow u or place* i- h reby declared to he the legally established county »eat of Ne* i'ertti county. 8r;c 5. Incuse it shall be ascertained by said canvass of votes that the couuty seat is removed irom the towu of I » w is le. i to any other town or place, it shall he the duty of the County (.ommlssie,uera of said county to cause thee archive», rec ord» and funds of said county to be ru mored to the town or place c hose n, woh in nin ty days after the result of said special election shall have been ascertain ed, provided, that the' citizens of stub . I...U ... town, shall rilie aud pay into the county treasury, an auiotiLi n cash equal to the cash value) of all tho county Luild iugs now owned or otettjiiod by saiel coun ty iu the city of Lcwistou, together with the cost und t xjicnso of removing all jiuhlie records iiii*I property to tu* h town or place, and tho amount to paid iuto sail] courtly treasury shall bot xpoud e d iu the erection of county court house buildings, at tho county seat so c.tlublish eel, ami in re moving the ] ub!i<* ri ce reis ami archives the reto. They shall have pow r to rent, or otle rwlse secure* suitable imildiugs or rooms for tb*' use of tha couuty officers, and for tlm preservation of the records, archives aud moneys of said couuty. Sec. b. This act shall tuk ■ effect and he iu force from and alter its passage. MOSCOW b ILLUSTRATED BUR LESQua or th it ru; Lie BUILDING» li 4 LEW IfaTON The lending ffaxoecd deal rr of Moscow ; the farmers' fr.tn-1 (?) ; the mlitnry man that iwftiiHgod the 'oaù ag nn 1 ftriaj: u! th* Rev. Dr. 1 n?!*r in the lust Iduh o legislator«, wi'h others of ©qna'ly elastic i<! «as *f hon *r. nro rr«artiiig to menns to aco< raplirh their par pose fln»t. ought t i mok* aa Ai ab blush They ••o trying to persan le th ' people to b li*ve that th" capitalists [?) el ÎM i sc n w reilly inten l to hoild n court h«*r«ie end jnil if thw county seat ih only move-1 L. thoir t-.wn, Whru is their re^.rd ? This shiftl j » «row would hu?» y t»n to bflierc tk«t th*y «ro pu k lie r are wurliia/ forth« "d*ar peopl*." eti'l«ttror**l 10 defeat every tffur to ter puhliu huildin^« in FotAi n-»w the* howl «t wh;it tbojr ref«- 1 ' in mxkin^ better. AUhyu^h the pirit"d fini Th«y hAvc i lined ith th»« thr t*nf uoe-iuoate 1 nth leech* down a tai lor build.ng a school h u«s tu which their own children might be taught mor* than their fat hen — Houiutranj. They lack ?14.G00 of rai-ing the è 150,000 bub^iJy at Suattlu*. i5ut it is b.miid to com*. Ground hog caue.— Union. SOICB FACTS COMMONLY NORED. XO I'ytbagora.«, instnicttxl as Moses bad bo: ' n h * ,ho Kl 7F' ti ' ms > »«nnised tbe truo th -ory of the universo; but 'Seiew»' r.TutodVim uuJ ohainod down tbe bu tu-.u uiiud for 2.000 years to its der or iuc.gisitions. All that time tbe p* ti 'Sco oi Ood waited for the true pbil osj her, while 'St ieuoo' taught me* to piav**.. iuiplicic ecnfidcuoe iu its own Sttb sublime abortion, that theory of the uni verse, empirical aud utterly fake, wl.i h is yet one" of the most brilliaBt ere atious of tbo human uiiud. Two tkow •md years of scientific iguoranoe, of ig m rautse like Narcissus, admiring it* OW* features, doted on a mere inveution which lead AI] he.Dso of Castuerc to scoff at th* Creator aud to impeach his Divine Wi» dom. "If 1 had been present at the Creation" said he, "I cotdd have gives tbe Almighty Noma hints how to improTB his werk." All those ages the min and moon shone on iu the ir sweet reflection*, of the Divine "foolishness" that is wiser thau utau's wit. Wo owe to 'Scion«', th . enslavement of th - human mind and its scorn of the Pythagorean theory for twenty eenturh s. To Copernicus, 8 the olugian and an ecclesiastic, bo it to rn-mb red w ■ owe true science; and to t hristiaus like Kepler und Newton, w* owe tbe demonstrations which hare emancipated tbe human intoUoot from the scientific fetter» of ages. "Ah I bnt Galileo uud the IuquL-eitiou," say they. Wlrut of that? To make the Pspsl blunder a reproach to Christianity and the CUristion Church, you must assume, us so}ihisLs alw iyi do, that tho Papacy is part of tho Christian religion. The au thor of Christianity has made his Church ami gospel rcspau-iblc for nothing that he* did not authori* *. "An enemy hath done) this. The Gospel is not to be t'barg M w ith what its enemies hare have wrought in its name.— Bishop A. C. Uoxc in Independent. MOHAL COWARDICJÖ, A correspond nt of one of the religiouJ ]iapers writing in relation to a certain place iu Kansas, says : "The lending past-vs in the city are afraid to oponly e gama ' tie* | r hXitiun cause for there is uo city iu Kitus :» where the liquor is strongly eut rent Led." A minister writes in rcl.itii.u to himse lf, to the editor of Homiletic Monthly as follows; "I hold positive opiuions on many subjects, whi; h. bocause of |Kipular prejudice, I would u**t think of expressing. I con sider my silence pardonable discretion, or ta.-t. Am l right." These are instances of the! moral cowardice of tbe pulpit nt tbe j ir.vnt day—instances, alas! which are to be found everywhere. Oh, for n revival of the spirit of Elijah, and for moro of the dioMu - of Peter and John. That same Uuiwrfer, who has wri.Uen To tho preat about Moscow, has s Utter iu the Oregonian, the last para graph of whi* h commences with sa "if" und says: "If Mr. Villaid keeps his promises," (as though h : doubted him s.*lf that they w a.id he kept) as all think he will, the rei-ideuts of Eastern Wash ington and North ru lekho will soon hear the shrill shriek cf the locomotive, and tin n, and not till th n can it be expected'' that this nature's garden be made to blos som a» tin rose." Now we say that na ture's gartb'u will wait a long time to get « chance lo Moss >m if it waits for Villard to keep a promise to build a railroad to Moscow. Wheeler is more cautious than eau iiel iu wlut In- lias to say. Lt. I'r d. H h v uka with a small part/ I ft last night for Alaska, where he will bpejid the summ r in exploring und« military or I rs. it is proposed to « 0 « the country to a southeru branch of th* Vuk'.n rivJr. to follow it to the Yukon and then dew:t tint stream 2,000 mil« II its ninth. Much of this country has 1. u pa - 1 ov. r b fore, but never by m n qualified 11 r port intelligently upon it. An * IT it will alsi be made to reach into the un xpl >r d interior of Alaska. A -i-boit Surgeon Wilson, who accom p ini i Lt. S hwatka as medical officer, is a s*-it of our townsman, Dr. R. B. Wilson. — Ortj'jnian. Mr. LiouMleu, of Modgow, i« reported lo have Mv.-1 tint the Fotlatch rood fund hftd bien c \1 1 au »teil, w.»rli suspended, nnd th»t the ixnl-o i *»t' the read couUructed fM not suitable t > be travelled by • go»t. Ttn milt f> of «M«l road or the upper two aectiMo ire completed, accepted by the coro mittot, and tut: contractor fully paid, amounwnf *® $2,700. The other section will bo compe ted before the 1st of l une, as per time, aa l tin etuura-'t price *40e) faUJ P** g , Hie r"s.i a.-eepted is a« gissl a waguO ra»Je cuustni.eUet over live ground MWJ1» countr y. We have examined it.