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THE LEWISTON TEI 1ER.
CITY KXii COUNTY OFFICIAL FAPtR.
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f%* TELLER 4a* th, larçnt nreulalùm oj '
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COMBINATIONS VS THE VOICE
OF THE PEOPLE.
Day after day the lines of the polities
parties are being drawn into position
The contest for the highest office in
the
gift *f the people will undoubtedly he a»
fierce this faU as ever. The great |.r.,b
let» of the parti,'» at the present time is
Wot the underlying principals up n which
the piatfonns of the f as, have been built.
but a combination of tireumaUorea which
inevitable in effect, and which
an
trill, at the name time, capture
public sentiment. Even before the,
member* of the leading parties have
assembled in convention there arc intima
lion, sent abroad throughout the land.
that certain combinations nr.- .bout to be |
formed by leading candidate*, again-t '
their brother contestant», in order to rap !
tare the organisation of the convention». '
This is donewithout regarding the »L-ht» j
of their constituent», or the united voice
of the majority of delegates. The man
ly, independent candidate, having that j
becoming dignity of a President, is thus |
deprived of natural support by a coward j
ly bargain, or a» politicians like to call it. '
"Machinery of polities." ThU is an clc
■tent which is dangerous in the extreme.
The united wisdom of the ballot should
have its full force. The leaders of fac
tions have no right to subvert the inter
arts and wishes of the people by per ar
ranged combinat i n. If a candidate has
genuine merit he should fight a meritor
ious battle and stand or fall by lu» colors
The "unit rule" one of the strongest
wheels of "political machinery" has been
done away with. The plan of voting
by ballot at primaries is being adopted
throughout the United States, and, the
next reformatory step in the progress of
politics, we think, should be the adoption
of measures to prevent n combination of
factions from overruling the rightful pow
er nf the voice of the people.
BLIND FOOLS.
Every few days the telegram» report a
new bank failure. In nearly every in
stance the cause of failure cau be traced
cither directly or indirectly to speculation
in stocks. There seems to have been a
combination of bankers throughout the
United States engaged iu this class ol
gamboling. M any *of them were men
of good character and reputation, having
n large capital of their own accumulation
The very fact of being intrusted with the
wealth of individuals and empotation»,
acemi to destroy the sense of valuo of
property, tutilious of dollars puss through
the hauds of a hanker in the courso of a
abort time. Large transactions become
of slight importance. They sec where
their depositors have made fortunes by
taking advantage o( stringent circutu
stances. .The greed for gain becomes so
potent that judgement and discretion
es are to have a controlling iuflueucc. They
■ot only invest all their own property in
margins) speculation, but they take funds
intrusted to their care, for safe keeping, and
throw them into a "blind pool" iu liopva
that the wheel of fortune will so turn that
they can become millionaires. The most
extravagant imagination cau not conceive
of a scheme more hasardous than a "blind
pool" investment. It may be hoped that
the courts of this country will see that
the full penalty of the law is administered
to defaulting bankers who steal the hard
earnings of their depositor*, l'ublie con
fidence and commercial faith must be ex
tended and enlarged as tho business of
this country increases. National credit
is dependent to some extent upon the
financial standing of individuals and cor
porations. If there is any power in the
penalty of law, it should be invoked to
punish defaulters and to protect public
truth and confidence.
There are a large number of iunuii
. grants coming to Northern Idaho this
year. Many of them are without friends
or acquaintances in this section, and there
fore, have ne direct means of learuitq
where they can find deniable homes. In
nearly every township there are some
vacant lands, as well as lands that her
been filed upon ;nd abandoned. The
only parti« who can know about the value
of auch lands are those living iu their ini
mediate vicinity. If they wish to in
crease the resources of this country, it is
their duty to do all they can to assist
immigrants in locating homes on these
vacant and abandoned lands. Tbe sooner
we get rtie arable lands of tbis county
under a good state of cultivation tbe
sooner will we have railroads snd impiov
ed transportation. Just now there i»
a* opportunity for everyone possessing
knowledge of this country to aid in the
■atonal development of Northern Idaho
by (king ail they can to assist settlers
s ow in g here in locating their claims. This
ia a responsibility that should pot be
sEghted. Our progress appends upon
FROM THE MIRES.
Mi rsavville. May 26. HS4.
Ed. Teller:— The canif» jo^r* along
a* u-ual and quirt reigns. >lani|<t-dts and
' old channel or grarel dep-Mta abnorbs the
public attention and lias causes] man?
, thi-orit» to bo advafl.T»! aa to the origin
and fr -ot wh n v they come. For mil,*
th y .tr ir.n , d hijli lip on the no un'ain»
Spi ndid pro-p • i- ar. fourni al! along the ,
line of deposit and cl.iims are cs ated and
stak«! out I r miles on the mountain to- j
wards the North Fork of Kagie tret k and j
»hove Butte creek. The boys are ou this j
[rack a,,d are K'"°g f, ' r « mJ b '*. " bilh |
h " - nTt " *» " U I" *» * od '
rrnoWr<1 b "f** ol ' a11 ,,oe on it
*" M a ,< w 'k's fas, for »«.OHO, it
n, ar I,a ' to * <V. dltth . * bi ' b
d "' b « |,r ' ani f™ kb « »«»«•
j«?'* and »olid for W . Buck
>kin is keeling up ic» reputation ah ooeut
the solid (daim*. «ntl dust from ic find»
' !H Wa .' dai,y to Well*, largo A Co a of
* be watlT ** going down »omc. 1 he
WiJ " w '* boys are working again getting
| ,,ut ,lu * P Htt< ""3 K''ld: all the claim» are
-'; ,r,i ''g U P »» they can find ground
hi 8 b t nou r b ^ w -rk on. The North
F - rk Ka » b ' is •«'""«ng up and several
»< rin ^ of »lui«-» are at woik with good
l-ro>p et». Daisy gulch is working, and
lb " ' !lalt is d ' jWD 70 f,vt wt ' f rt K«^ P*J
f<)UoJ - The grave! deposits at the head
uf a, " J Fan '-V g« bb «<. Beaver creek
a,,!l •" tributaries are paying well. Some
K" 1 ' bw fcrt! W in 3 ,wu mlnm P« àty
1,1 ,bc uj:,n - Buckskin .Iocs more, 22
un«* to four men j»-r day
l*iitcliard crock is looming up snd
every day confidence in it is gaining.
Many are sanguine that it is rich and fed
from the gravel deposits as well as quarts
lodes. Gold from Pritchard and from
the gravel deposits are precisely the same
hi character, quality and smoothness.
Quart* interests arc steadily I-»»led after
by th« hoys and several good fimls arc
reported as being found up Pritchard
creek near Raven City. There arc some
very good prospects along the belt be
tween Pritchard creek atid Beaker. Bcav
it district is fast coming to the fruut as a
substantial camp and some good pay is
found iu rock and gravel in various parts
of the district. Evolution has its share
of up» and downs but good prospects are
obtained. Business in general is reviving
in the many towns here. Goods are com
ing in fast and loaded pack train»
arrive at all times. -Murray ville is boom
ing and town property is crawling away
up iu the fancies. Buildings of all
kind» are being rapidly built and all bix.
is pM»i»-ring. All branches of trade are
represented; all profession». The legal
lights head the list. The pioneer
paper came up from Eagle and located
here. '1 lie Engte swallowed the fiugget
house, lot mid all, aud the bird is aftci
more prey. He is screaming for more
room n« in Eagle City he is crowded and
cannot flop hi* wings without striking
them. Eagle City is dull but it will re
vive, for there is no doubt that the gravel
deposit crusses Eagle creek above the city
some distance. Pritchard creek will pay
its entire length.
I ho miners are talking seriously si
adopting a more stringent set of local
rules and regulations which, if done, will
uo doubt be of vast benefit to Eagle and
the eunip in general. Under the old
regime which is under the U. S. mining
laws flOO is tho assessment yearly
This amount can count on build
ing cabins ami making trails by the
hiea! rul«. The miners of Summit and
Beaver districts compel miner* to work
and represent each claim one day in seven,
10 heure actual labor, or four day* in a
month. T W boy* in Cœur d'Alene
district are beginning to tumble on to it
as a safe racket to pursue on the ten or
twenty acre tuiuiug much law. The min«
are deep here, aud it ia expensive and
slow work to open up a ranch and many
are not able to do *o from the low finances
they find themselves in after the long and
costly winter just passed, hence if more
stringent rul« compclle them to work
eliiims, they will get oprr. cd up «Hier.
Rarere and Butte citi» are lively and
beginning to wake up to the fact they are
to bo of important business centers.
Yours, N Ez Pixi e.
There is a certain element iu Congress
who aie doing all they can to send Chief
Joseph aud his band of murderers back
to this country. These same Congress
men will not help the settlere who had
their homes burned and all their property
destroyed, by passing a bill to pay for tbe
property d«:royed by those Indians.
They murdered our settlere, destroyed
our property, and now nothing will do
but to send them back in our midst to be
eudured the remainder of their live*. If
sending them back is dealing justly with
them; why uot pay the claims of the set
tlers and thus relieve those who have lost
their property?
This week we received a copy of the first
edition of the Valomrr .VVri, published by
t'iekrell, Irwin ,t McMillan, at I'aious* City.
" 0 congratulât« our friends upon tbe ap
pearance of their firet paper. It is fall ef
Falonae new* at well a> news from Y.'ash
■ngtou and Idaho Territoriet. ti trust that
the A'mcs may at once receive tbe liberal
patron*!* '» jastly deters a*.
NEW TO DAY.
FARM FOR SALE
A.T S. BARGa\IX.
4 SO ACRES HEEDED LA ED,
WITH GOOD HOPSE. 8AKN. GKANBRT
ANDOCF -Hul>E9. NEARLY ALL
FENCED.
170 Acres in Wheat sud Barley
Situated on \\ ah< l'rairi -, Id mil,* south
of Lewi »ton.
GOOI» ORCHARD, THREE tiOOJi
SPRINGS.
Complete Outfit of Farming Implements.
22 Horses, 40 Cattle and 36 Hogs, i
Enquire nf J A H ES FLY' N N. os the premises
•rnf K. J. MUNHOE. Land Ofira building.
16 -la
NOTICE FCfl PRE EMPTIÛN PROJF.
A. ANTE* -N.
LAND OFFICE AT
Leebt-a. I. T . June 3. l*»kt.
T^OTICE D* HEREBY GIVEN THAT Till |
f*'llowitig named »eitler ha» filed nut io« ef i
liu intention t<- make final proof m »apport ef \
hi* e!«im. and that »aid proof viil b* aaade
at thi» «See. un JuIt in, IH'4. 1C, a tu . ri*. !
Aride» Ai'e-o» for he lot» I, 2- and 4, »ec j
1*2 t|» 86 i r ô ». lia namta tha folia*»ing
»itaeite» to pr»re ata e«»ntianeua resident-«*
i and coitiretiuD o* said land, rix: C.
til 1er. M Wil.iant», E. Sheid n,C I. Couper,
ail ef Lewmtun, 1. T.
J. M HOWE.
35 6t Letter.
NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF.
W. A. KAKIN.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewifton, .. T , June A, 18 & 4 .
N otice is hereby given that th*
Mluvmg named »eitler bar filed notice
of bia intearien tu rn«ke final proof in anppori
nf bit claim and that »aid proof wi l be u.ade
thi» ufice. on Jui; 1«, K&l. 10 a. m., i
William A. Erkin, for tbe f» S» neH »»•*% tw *»
»«'a w'i ie't pw ne 14 tp % u r d w, He
nam»» tbe foin. win# witne»»#« to ruse bi» eon
'.tnuona residence upon and euLiration of »aid
iand, »»»• Chari** Deaf, W . A . Dent, W. îM^ler,
J. W. Aker» all of Lewiston, I. T.
J. AI. HOW*.
35*64 Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Ü. 8. LAND OFFICE,
Lewiipnn. I. T , June 3, 1884.
C OMPLAIN t IIAVI.NO BEEN ENTER KD
at thi» office by Flank 8hndduck ^gaioat
Milton K De»n for abandoning bis bouirate.td
entry No 8«n. dated July IR, l&i|, upon the
s*t ne 1 * and ne 1 * ee*t aeo 34 tp 42 n r 6 w. in
Naa Farce county Idaho, with a view to the
eancellath'n of said entry, the »aid parlier i
hereby sutnmuaed to appear at this office
tbe iBih day «r July, l%K4. at IU o'clock a. m
te respond and furni»h testimony concerning
»aid alleged abandonment.
J. M- HOWE,
35 6t Register.
FÎO R_HA LE.
3 Boar and 5 Sow PiRs.
Pare Bred Polaud, China.
•i MONTHS OLD. PRICE fin A PIECE.
Enquire uf GEO VINIGEHIIOt.TZ.
34 3 White'» ieny, W. 1
IE ACHER'S INSTITUTE
THE SECOND
ANNUAL TKAlum'S INSTITUT*
And Examination for Nez
Peroe County, Idaho,
Will be held in the city of Lewirten
Commencing Tuesday Eve.
June 10, and adjourn
Friday Eve.
Th« fnrpnnoa ■.t .«oh day will bn aavotad t«>
iha «animation of laaoliera daairiag otriiS
»•!«•; the afiernoi n 1 « Innilnta work. A pop
alar nwflin, will he bald aach «renin*, the ex
eroisee ot whlon will ooasi.t of ad-lrecate idu
eaaaya, ioleraparaed wilh munie. Free enter,
lalaaaant will ha luraished all lenehere attend
in* tha in, timte ta «»riet tha oomrniuee of ar
rangeineat». All tbore pr poring to attend
will plaaae inform ma -if the lact by iha Tih 1
Jnaa. and report at my olKee on their arrir»;
ia Lewieton. All oariifteata, harrtofora irsued
will expira ua the data ot the n,tituta.
JOHN U. EVANS.
School »apt.
CDStTtar NOTICE.
C. S. LAND OFFICE,
Lewi.lan, 1. T. May 2H KW4.
COMPLAINT' hanag been eutered at thi,
»Boa by Mangnua Jorgenaon, againat Charlai
A, Uaa.inan, fur abandoning hi. hoine.tend en
try No. 1268. dated May 15 l»8;t. upup the
dw I* neb. rec 111 and ih wi, and net* eel*
*»c 12 tp kl n r I a. in luaht e-unty, l.tnh
with n riaw to the eanaallatmn of raid entry
the raid parnaa are hereby aummoned to ap
learnt Ihia o*en an tha 17th day of July, 1884
nt I« o'clock a. m.. to re>p»ad and turai.h U
timooy eonaarning .aid alleged ahand-uueoL
i. M. HOWE.
21 Regi.ter.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
T HE CO PAKTNKH8HIP HERETOFORE
exiitiag trader t ja trm Paine of W„ud
worth. Vaa Pelt A Whit«, ia tha fluur milliag
bu.iaaaa at Bileett, W. T., u thi, day di...>lred
Iha iolara.t of C. W. Vaa Halt having bran
patebaMd by Kay Wc.dward Tha ha.iaera
will ho onp.tMetad ander th. firm aatna uf » oud
worth A Whith, whu will pay all olaima againat
tha lata 6rm and tu whua all aoauaata and
and autaa dan. mart ha paid.
Rat WuwawoaTB,
C. W. S'a» Pair.
D. M. Wait,.
Bileett. W. T., May 2», 1»R>. _*.V4t
flft LAKE lieiiSn.
Situated an Lak« Wahn, a boat 2« mile, from
Lawiataa.
THIS WELL KNOWN
PLACE OF RESORT
Haa boon Cited ap with goad comfortable had.
and tha bant af food furaiahed.
A Bar it alto attached, where the
hett of Liquort and cigart it kept,
Board aud Lodging per week $10 00
Single mania . - 50 ct
Animale fed at tnwn pricea.
33 C. E. FAUNCE.
-A. HACK
WILL Bl RUN TO AND FI'OM THE LAKI
BY JOHN DENNY
THREE TIMES A WEEK
Leering hare «a Monday', Wednoeday', and
eatarday at nay time ta lait tha
pa* » eage r. .
Fan Ihr raaad trip - . $8 tt
haara or dar a with E. J, Boahorc, Part OBcc
MMIag. 3«
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LEWISTON'S
HEW DEPARTURE
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jn. J. UKEENBUK G 'S
EXCLUSIVE «R»CERI ! PR»n$I»X HOUSE,
Directly 'opjmsite Bunnell's Hardware Store. C'oinj.kte in every detail, embracing everything in the line that any first
class Grocery Store handles, at >ueh low prices that must astonish the closest buver. For a* choice selection of TMPOPT
ED and DOMESTIC TABLE DELICACIES, LUNCHEONS, &C., it is head.juartcrs at ^
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M, Jr GBEE.YB Lewiston , Idaho .
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As sure as llie sun rises in the east
WILL EXHIBIT AT
LEWISTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 14.
J. B. SHAW'S
III. cm Ml! IWE
CIRCUS!
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The biggest. The Grandest. The Fairest. The Squarest
and most Popular Show that will exhibit at Lewiston this I
Summer.
un
"WE HAVE COI-TSOliTD A.TED
one Vast gongbess op
AxxTISTIES.
The ltlost Celebrated Equestrians, FanioiiN * auters
Cnrivalled Ulilt lc*. Barim Aerialists Woa
der I ill Uqiiilibriht*. Eatri|iid tà> innâsts,
Known to tl»c Professional World,
PLAIN WORDS BEST ACCORD WITH THE
GREA 1 EXT JJTEDS.
Read all the advance announcements; watch our coming; wait
<or us; have your houses in readiness; make the 14th of
Juno a holiday, and see the show which everyone that lias
seen it pronounce it the best. «
A GRAND FREE
Tight Bote
AT 1 P. M. EVERY DAY. SEE IT.
Two grand performances, daily, Afternoon at 2 p. m. even
ing at 8, p. m. Doors open one hour earlier.
ADMISSION Si, Children, UOcts.
to
OPFORTIXITI
CASH BUYERS.
We have decided
CLOSE OUT
Our General Merchandise Business and
have
REDUCED PRICES OF
Everything in our stock to ACTUAL
COST. JUST TI11NK!
On everj ten dollars worth of goods
jou hu v of us von save from
to S4. Give us a call and
We will convince # vou of flic truth of
our assertions.
C. A. THATCHER & SON
mu
attractions!
ATTRACTIONS 11
CRM St VJSPL.tr OF
S UM MER coops;
J. ALEZANDEE'S
Consisting of
SUMMER FABRICS,
WHITE GOODS,
i OZAIC CLOTH,
SUMMER HOSIERY,
I COLLARETTES
LACE MITTS,
EMBROIDERIES,
PARASOLS,
LAWNS,
GRENADINES,
NEW PRINTS,
LACE NOVELTIES,
RUCHINGS,
GLOVES,
FICHUS
FANS.
HALE and COOPER
A Et E
SELLING OUT AT COST!
TIIEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
DOORS, WINDOWS, CLASS,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
. OILS, ETC.
MAIN STREET, LEWISTON
NE :! STÖBE. NEW GOODS.
> E W PRICES !
J, BOSEN STEIN»
GENESEE, .... IDAHO,
-DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Ever} tiling; Cheap for C'a«.h and girt abort Credit.
Ü-.ilU
W. F. KETTENBACH,
FIB a LIF 1 IS
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
fIRE—Home Mutual, of California;
Firfman'» Fund of California;
Commercial. of California;
Hartford , of Hartford Conn.
State Investment and Inn. Co.
Wtitern Fire & Marine of Cal
Union of Seit Ztland.
Fire In»., A »»o dation, London
Royal, Sor trieft, Union & Lança» hire, ••
California' of Cal.
LIFE — Ætna ,
New England Mutual ,
Padfie Mutual .
OFFICE IN BREARLET'S BANK.
•EUREKA.
To be ouoil xt the old stand of H. W. Lit i
LITTLE'S
EUREKA SPECIFIC
.4« infallible cure for COUGHS , COLDS *
HOARSNESS, and Bronchial
Affection». Price, per bottl» y
50 eta. Try it.
Main street. East of Raymond Iious«
LEWISTON, I. T.

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