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THE LEWISTOS TELLER.
c::r al ccj-ett cf:ic:ai fa?_h. 1 TU TLLLk K »« tic K j-.i t. i. .( f.mj ;r tri y Jfji - THUK3LAY....... ßCTE'ITiriC KISCILLZ-KY. Moat aatiufactorj' r^ults are claimed by Dr. IXtuiusw 1'n.ire, of IUo Jan. iru, j fur hu in inoculating pence* with yell-.tr fever virus in tn attecuat- d ■ form. I j> t • a r.f-c: h I. ; ■>■ . Ktsptemof in auLti -n to i.VJ p i>ow am«»" whom only sii deaths ««•m'!| during a suKs ,a ;it ;i:ito sever yt le w ferer tjLhsia The- u. itnlity ami ne persons who had not been treat- d with ! protective ioocub.:i <n was. according to ; bis account. ab. ut fifteen tins. 3 at gr ct To give os a better knowledge of th phesunena of atmospheric eb ctiicity. Mr. John Trowbridge rccxtnuur.i that th. government, in connection with the sig nal «nice, establish a number of electric al stations throughout tin.- south and w ait, where thunder stoims and tornadoes are so freejuent. In certain regions the ten dency of thu'il r ,-t r.ii.i L ii;g to foit-rw definite path*, daily than] r-t .ria traps might be isiuoil. showing the probable path of approaching electrical diiturb * anses. In a eomninnication to \he Fhysiolog ical Society of Berlin, I>r. Falk stated, as a result of his researches on drowning, that when rabbits are suddenly plunged into water having a temperature of 40 or 43 degrees Fahrenheit, cramps of the ex piratory muscles occurs, and respiration ceases. The methods of restoring the spptarently dead have no relation to tbe effect of cutaneous stimulation upx,u res ■' piration, cold watet dashed upon the chest acts upon the heart alone; on the pape of the neck it acts upon the lower brain. e The olio-t reference thus far discovered to phenomena resembling the sunsets of 1883 appear* to be an account of similar appearances found by a German melecro logist in a Flemish work of 1370. Prominent American scientists arc urg ing the formation of an international identifie association, which shall meet at intermla to discuss the world's p«~ ' ' ... Tests with calipicis of the circularity of fine turned work can he made with much gfenter delicacy by foe-ling than by aering. Late experiments to determiue the reach of the sense of touch for meas urements make it appear that mechanics , Uritb educated sense can detect a variation of one twcDty-tkunsaudth of an inch, while there are men of exceptionally sen * «tire touch to whom differences measur ing lern than one thirty thousandth of an inch are apparent. The fact of the min Utcoess of the variations detected has ■* been demonstrated by means of readings . ßßth sealed rule through a mitroecope General usefulness in mechanical work does not demand a doser approach to aeauney than one ten thousandth of an inch; the more emotive measurement« of ftftj-thousandth of an inch being use ^ fui mainly aa standards, , % Xfl* note to the French Academy of Sciences, Moos. Cailletot has commuai cated a plan for producing liquid oxygen Which is ao simple that it is expected that lha product may soon become an article Bf commerce, as liquefied carbonic acid now ia in Germany. He states that when the gas known as fonuene is slightly cot denned and cooled in boiling ethylene un der atmospheric pressure, it is resolved into an extremely volatile colorless fluid, and this fluid, in returning to a gaseous state, yields a degree of cold sufficient to imme dia t el y liquefy oxygen. From the character of the enormous icebergs of the southern hemisphere— some of which have been described as be ing hundredths of feet high and miles in 'extent—Mr. R, A. Proctor concludes that bo Antartic continent can exist, as Ihn moat favorable place for the devclopv ment of such icebergs would be a sea I with islands. Vhe Roman epilobium plant, or "wil hnrb," possesses a fiber which eu thusiaata think may in time he so irnprov cd aa to take the place of cotton in Bosnia. Unbroken success is reported still as Aha result of Pasteur's experiments with the virus of hydrophobia. Thus far 57 dogs have been the subjects of investiga * tioa. Nineteen of them were rabid, and by these 38 healthy animals were bitten under uniform conditions. One-half of 38 had been previously inoculated or "taecinated" with attenuated virus; the offiier half had not. Without a single exception, the tatter died with unmistak able signs of hydrophobia. The others are yet alive and apparently as well as wer, bat will be watched for a year by veterinary surgeons, to see whether the inoculation prévenu the development of hydrophobia permanently or only tern porarily. A curious botanical specimen is grow ing iua park at Sondershaust u. Germany, our in the sh.!pe of a Er (ree wlikli Iwri ec oic ef iti main braniboa wliat appears ta l>_- a «. a n i t ree—cnoe-slwpcd, and not Itsä ll.tn Sä Eil in h i.-i.t and aU. t tnrae f. t in tltuniU-r. The mein îicç i ■V,: !• f-. ( iti.fc.wi .h a truck s* -ms Ul .Ut in nmncfiifiatr. It U *uppt*cd h :t a ffi.und mack- in the branch by a »jninvi or an in.-vi-t has caiaud a Lad tu k-vj..-; »hieb baa prefacei the at-c.-uL;;. tree. Tbe Ê!M t> or asteroid, wcaj j < jj 3euv> . n j J aD . 1, ISO l—the first day | of , b .. , r ^.„ t century—an j the "iiTil, i ■ wa# &m ^ m ,j J uuc 27, 1^4. Ot ! t |, .... r /t ~ j ;;t ;. W jri.L., 42 woediaoorer „j lh . p^-a, of Vienna, and th MBelltta , lRf by l*ruf IVure, the Amer j an M| . fc ;u- f ! ; A \ i nn?, t-ci ntl-4 has noticed thaï ! th.- workni'-n at the p»tru!<um » -11* o! j liaü-.ia tiij-.y p rfect iimnunisy from! chuk-ra, and he infers that pstrok-utu ; vaf^r a<ts as a preventive of the disease-, j In a j ap-:r recently read before the I Paris Acad- uty of Medicine the 1 p-ini n was expressed that c ne perse n in every 6,000 is buried alive. TBS POLITIC AÎ. ri8H£RM£K BAIT THEIR HOOKS. Both the Democratic and Republican r-rritorial Conventions recc-gnixed the justice and impx>ttacee, to the northern counties of Idaho, of annexation of these counties to Washington Territory, (juc-. r. bn't it, how they change bait to catch the voters? Good idea, too, tu one way. If the litt! • fL-h.-s in the political psjol will not take one kind of bait they wi.l another, for bait they must and will have. Two years ago, Singiser, the boss Ih-pab. litan fishennan, winked his eye, and says, "think I will put on the annexation fiv,'' and he hooked i-n a big, green follow. Geo. Aindie, the- Democratic angler, says, "Go ahead, fiing., drop iu your hook. But le-t me tell you you're a mighty poor fisherman. You'll catch a few away up in the narrow place at the north end e>f the pond, hut you'll fish in vain few bites south of there, and then George hooked on the- big, régulât ie>n Mormon worm, and as ho watched him squirm he laughed a happy, roaring laugh, and says, "You bit your brand uew boots I'll learn Sing, a little trie-k or two." Sing, went to the uerth ami George to the south and each c. uppxsl in his hook. As George march ed south he gayly sang, "Marching on to victory with my worm," and Sing, sang the same tune as he went north, but with the words changed to suit, running thus: "I'm marching on to victory with my fly. big green fly!". When George dropped jn his hook he sang "Rally 'round the worm, polygs, bite it once again, shout ing the battle cry of victory!" and they rallied and bit—till went for it. Theu George said to himself : "Good bait, you bet. I knew it. for I've tried it before Now I'll get in my little boat, sail around tho center of the pond, and fish for an other specie*, and will bait with the hand some, red-wing, anti annexation grass hopper. They'll be hungry for it. Sing, is welcome to the few he can catch in the north." But the fish in the center of the pond didn't go for the grasshopper as he theught they would. Either the bait was not the right kind, or George's shad ow on the water frightened 'em away_ probably the Utter. StDg. caught about all of them in the north end, and made huge haul in the center. When they (Sing, and George) quit, Sing's string was considerable the longer of the two, the fishes on Sing's string outnumbering those on George's about 3,000. Those who sent George out on this fishing ex pedition woro sorely perplexed when they gaxed on the two string* and compared one with the other. They couldn t agree as to the whyforness of the thusness of the amaxing rcsultness of the actual and real result. Some said tbe bait was not the right kind, while others contended that George was failing aa a fisherman. This time they tend out a new man with different kind of bait. Hon. John Uailev is the reguUrly selected fishennan, and the Democracv, seeing how admira bly Sing, succeeded two years ago in get ting away with the prixe, wisely said thia time: "Verily Sing's bait is the right kind, for it has been tried, and the fishes went for it. Now we'll furnish our fish erman with the same kind of bait—the annexation fly. We ought to be able to vank 'em aa well as Sing , and with Sing's bait and a first class fisherman, we hopie to win the prise." The hooks are baited and the fun of the contest will soon com mence Next November we ll aee who has the string that take* the prise.— Idaho World. CALIFORNIA BREWERY MAS HEAP OE FIRST ST., WEISOERBER BROS, Propr'a. LKWISTOV, I. T. CALL A ED SES IS 1-tl AfiEBTSi wanted for The Lives of ail Presi ta of the C. 8. — J largest, head •emest, best book erer sold for loss than twice our prioe. The fastest seUiag book ia America. Immense profits to agsats. AU intelligent people waatit. Any eeeeaa become a saeeessful agent. Terms free. IUllstt Book Co.. Portland Ksinn. MISCELLANEOUS. | i ! AYER'S Sarsaparilla "*■ . mum with MMt at M» •tmaaS boat and ia the latest, worn twil it tneuriahly exp«)* aU Mood -* •*— **•♦- a.-■-----1 »7 a thin and t wpiw s rt ihsd. or IwH eondttha of the Mood, nach aa IhsmhB! ! j ; "Arva'< Suurunu has «and w at the Iilhnnnterr «tu ----. 1 — with which I have offered for mao y yeara. W. H. Mooaa." Durham, Jjl, March *, M3. - 4 nniuD bt Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Meet. Bold by an Pr ä gt e t! i 11, aU hooks le* «fc Golden Hulc BAZAAR, Id the PuatiiiBce Baiidiu^ Main Street. BOOKS à STATIONERY NOVELTIES, of all .sorts PLAYING CARDS PENS, INK, ETC., CIGARS, TO BACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES and all kinds of smoker'a articles, at LOW ESI CASH PRICE. M. H — All the latest SHEET MUSIC, at Sau Francisco prices scut, post-paid to to any address. E. J. BOMIOnE. Prop THE IIOIsBItOOK Feed, Livery, Hack and SALE STABLES C. St., between 3d and 4th, r. E. JEROME - Prop's-. BUGGY TEAMS AMO SADDLE HORSES TO LET mtf Reasonable charges for hire. Parti cular atleotioo paid to boarding. Stock Taken to Ranch, ftew Fairbanks Hay Scales BISSÄ BOSS Heat Harket« CLINDiNIXC à DIBIT, j PBOPR1ETORS. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS, SAUSAGES, Th« Lcffit of Beit« fro» th« block aid hy th« quarter, and tarred ia good ttrlf FleOTJH CORN ME AX. GRAHAM und FEED Of all kinds, will be delivered to any part of tho city of Lewiston, free of charge. Flour $4 per barrel or $1 per 1 aaok, ot 00 pounds Fresh ground CORS MKAL $1 for IS pounds GRAHAM FLOUR *1 per sank of M) pound. Highest market price paid for tcheat w. MVLKEY. Clearwater Mills. March IS, lift#. 24tf a A notice: to WOOL GROWERS ! ! KOSHLAND BROS., Cor. Front end C its. rortlaad. 416 Sacramento at. 8aa Francisco. Spécial attention given ta sale of WOOL, HIDES, FURS ETC. . ON COMMISSION, Beat attention guaranteed and prompt re turns. Cash Advances on qalred. Wool If re ss S»^ 00 Ar JOHN 8HUTTB, Proprietor. ( Successor to C % Theisten.') MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY Eine Wines, Liqours, Cigars, etc. Main St. Lewiston, I. J The in Hen« HOTELS A NO RESTA L'KANTS ALIKE 11011 . Tais WELL know:; PLACE OF RESORT lias Cît* i »ip w: h j; ani the u f \ c n..- r?»b!c furaithc 1. A Hur i4 ott'icfit'f. tr/urt tht bt*t of JLijuor* owl cigars is kept. Fm'ir»' and Lotion»? per we Studie Rival« $10 GO bO ct.-* Animai» fc»i at town price«. 23 C. K. F.VUXCE. HOTEL p FIÎAVCE toe Cd asd "C w STar.tlT^, LEWISTON, I. T. _i»me U IHAM OIKw I ( . . l*H pnctrc*«. j Hus keu ctaiit, n&largcd, sad ENTIKELT ■ EEtRXISHI.D, with all the r«aftrtmd Ctireaiticc» •f i rm*T-t:K.A!*9i hotel. Tbit ho«»« has beta leaf aa<i ftvorablj known ai the rtreivgcr'? b et It« rpacivat farreiahr-i frith rpr dc s*.attrt66e# anJ ti.ij Letldinf, prettBtff all the CvtafurU (or a trtrefer• A FOIST- CL A SX SAR I y CGXXKVTIOX WITH THF HOL' SC. Tbe table is aîwayj repfilid with all tbe lelicaeiet of the f*a*on, aa i the best of oc«k« and enplo^cej arcand tbe rob»«. Extra AccoBimedaUenii V«r Commercial Traveler». i4T Mt. Idahê and Lrwulan Slagt oßet. Mr U.Sttux \V L. 1 iinliPrltikP. T Corner Sth and Xeatgasiery St«. LEWISTON I. T. ms hotel is ivlwly built hard Eui.bed throughout, has all the H0DE&X (GNVEMLME8 For the Ccmfort of Gueats Acd u kept as a FIRST-C LASS IS O t S E GENERAL STAGE OFFICE Aod headquarters for all ezprass lia«« ran Ring to aad from Lewiston. MHS. K. SAIX k Co, Proprietor«. 49-tf LEWISTON RESTAURANT, 3d at. betweca *'C ,, asd ''L" street». F. TOOMBS & SON, Proprietors. MEALS - - 25CTS LODGING, - 25cts Tbi» hou«« is «upplied with tbe best th« market affords. Lunch«« during the day aad «r«a »f* WE AKE ALSO RECEIVING FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS Direct From Baltimore Apart from th« »aia diniag room ar« privat« room* for ladies aad families to dine. Special attention given to festival and ball «uppers. «Vo Liquor Sold tit the Heute, 32-tf J! MOSCOW, I. T. (James Jobastoa, Prop.) This hotel bas recently b«en increased in Its accommodations by th« creotiov of a fia« Tw« Story Building, ——la which there is an .Ugaat ■ SAMPLE ROOM, The largest in Northern Idaho, FOR COM MKKCIAL MKN. XO CHINESE EMPLOYED . The table is unsurpassed in the Northwest. 16-3m McGrane's B&MRBT -AND CHOP HOUSE i^good as the Best Board as At Dali Per Week St. Lewiston. Genesee Hotel.} The undersigned ha« leased th« hotel formerly occupied by Mr. Toombs at Genesee and refitted and furnished tbe same with suitable articles for ta ble and kitchen us«. GOOD CLEAN BED«. I have also rented the LIVERY STABLE And propose to feed and care for animals in the best manner. Ko man need now to pus Genesee because there is no good accommoda Hen« for th# traveler. Call aad test the pro visions ftr yourself. O. N. IIOLLT8TKR. 3) CHEW Horse Shoe Tobacco, IT IS THE BEST, FREE FROM ADU LTERATION8 ïSLi.Kn ornes ! BETTER PRV PARED with 1 Svoci A^l MACniNNRT JOB THAN ! LEC AM. ; WORK oTiUR | BLASE* i Bill Head. 18 TH* ; — T~ rrra* | Bumr-u* i j I'USTEM. tLLT'-l ! All work done neatly, cheaply aud Promptly. COMMERCIAL v PRIMM It TELLER OFFICE I« HOW FHKFARED BT THE ADDITIOB OF NEW Stock, Presses, Hateriitl, SKILLFUL WORKMEN. » DO AU CLASS** O* BIL L HEAD S, LETTES HEADS, STATEMENTS, Nates, Checks, Drafts, Receipts, Neatly« Cheaply, Promptly, Uiv* us a call when in need ol anything in tbu Printing lint. fhe hast aad oknpcil JOB PRINTIN'» th* City at the TELLES odes. JOB PRINTING A'eatly execute a AT THIS OFFICE. ADVERT18F, IN THE TELLER. miscellaneous. An Old Soldiery EXPERIENCE. " Covert, Texa*, •* v T i,j. >Ia f », MB ■ t Ù -1 uneiTy Pectoral f-nedy. i.h « burchJir* army, jr^ *: \ teki-burg, | couuacied a ^ '* '"* 1 tc.uriaftsmj in i danant,^» ■-:nt im rvücf tm on ourmreS -■ i -y lion, where, on aaktea ' c *. '■"* "Ï-J to try Av«** . "WM« cured. BUsa * ' ; - - X-coustantlvta »'Ki I Lsvs f. cj«J i, J 2 -j r-. for throat and I-., J. VV. WuiilujT» *' "' - T certify to tb# " ' ' ' 1 : -•--whlsl and l OBg A VLa'a Cniaay .0, the y t Co L c-a'oIJ, W>s». l-V LTEW BOOT $ SHOE STORE, Salo Work, of San Franei«co Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN and MENS WEA*. AM elarse, nf work nunufsctured tu order. Repairing neatly and promptly dota. GEORGE GLASS, Montgomery st., Lewiston, I. T. .lOHrt KELTER, D 11AYMAK, WILL DO TOUR DRATIKH IN O O O D SHAPE. Forwarding, Transferring, and D livery attended to promptly. conn wood for sale. 4-tf FURNITURE STORE Koat;omery Street at Read «I First. & M. M WILLIAMS, Proprietor, K eeps constantly ow hanbfob »ale a full stuck of every variety and styl* of parlor, dining room and kite ken furniUi* Lowiston I. T. Msr 1st 1870. Ilf. 0 O. Gk KRESS' JEWELRY STORE, LEWISTON' I. T O. R & Na EXCHANGE, F YOU WANT A NICE DRINK -OR A - GOOD CIGA.R. Step into C. II. PAYNE'S on Msi* street, where D. Squier formerly kept, and you can get it 43tf A, T. HEALL, Civil Engineer AND SURVEYOR. Old lines retraced and elaims »urveredaj reasonable rates. Lewiston I. T. » APRIZE Scad si* cants foi postage, and receivs free, a co«tly hot goods which help you to more money right away than anj* thing els« in thi« world. All. of either sex. tu+ eecd from first hour. The broad road to f®*' tune opens before the workers, absolutely At once address, Thun k Co., Augusta. Mai»** 811-1 y