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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY .Nu COUNTY OFFICIAL FAFFS. flU TELLER has the largest circulation of any paper in North Idaho, THURSDAY........................MAR IS, \88fi LET THERE BE NO HITCH. The demonstration recently made by ■ome of our neisthboru in the Coeur d'Alene mining camp, appealing to Coil gross for the annexation to Montana ol that portion of North Idaho north of the 47th parallel, and to the commonwealth ol Montana entreating her acceptance and •id to become identified with her, mu. t hare been somewhat disconcerting to Delegates Hailey and Vooihoes, in Con gress, who had been instructed by tin ir constituents to secure the annexation of North Idaho to Washington. It is dit ficult to sec what respect the situation differs to day from the political campaign of '84 when the representatives of the two territories were elected with the an nexation question as a well defined issue, and which received tin 1 almost unanimous vote of both sections of Idaho, as it al ways has hnd the hearty endorsement of Washington. In what respect the movers of this scheme arc benefitted by this interrup tion of the reiterated will of the majority, it is not patent to ns nor do we think the movers themselves can show any ad vantages to be gained. On the con trary, the whole burden of proof is upon them. The principle point to be made is that as Northern Idaho uud Montana are both predominantly mineral regions their interests arc more congenial than could be the case in connection with an agricultural region, and that the mining laws of Montana aro more comprehensive, complete and more facile of administra lion than can be secured in Wash ington. This is pure assumption. • * * * * * As Washington Territory has from the beginning of the desire ol our neighbors to unite with us cordiully reciprocated and Ow operated ia the movement for an aexatiou and invited delegate from North Idaho to sit with our commission for framing a state constitution five years ago, [It was eight years ago—E d.] anil aa we stand as ready to-day to co-operate with and welcome our neighbors to our commonwealth, the effort of a party which we are satisfied is decidedly in the minority, to disorder and frustrate the careful and considerate plans of years, just when congress has the first oppor tunity of giving the movement attention, this we submit cannot have the respect and support of fair minded men in the Iwo interested sections, nor in congress The action of these dissenters, as will bo seen by the dispatch published in anoth er column, has already caused hesitation ia congress, and wc trust that tho friends of annexation will now come vigorously forward and convince our representatives that there is an emphatic and overwhelm ing annexation sentimeut.— Spokane Falls Chronicle. a The editor of the Statesman thinks the Reporter ia sadly deficient in th political history of the territory and citis the platforms of the parties to show that both wero favorable to disintegration two y ears ago. That is the worst stab he could have inflicted—to infer that one who has passed the meridian of life, nud ia still outside the lunatic asylum, should pin his faith to purty platforms; to b - Beve anything e!*j than tha . they are it, tended to catch gudgeons and usually become exhausted with the election at Which they were appointed. It may b true that Delegate Hailey is pushing u Bill ie accordance with the terms of the Democratic platform, but that is more on Hailey'* account thae anything else—in would like to be rid of an adverse uorth era vote in furtherance of his futur political aspirations. The political par tie* were both fishing for suckers in northern waters two years ago, and it is BOW believed that a chance ol base would benefit the one that made it. Tin Beat platform is the candidate's history and pledges made publicly to the pcoph an the stump Even that will not do to ■wear by. — Reporter. CONSOL LI NO. flie Son's Washington special says : ■"The President recently wrote » middfi State office seeker the following : '1 re tara testimonials which you seut me ac companied by a letter asking me an ap •ointment for an office at my disposal. 1 •hink tobe frauk with you is kindness. I lave no office at my disposal and 1 have not quite leisure to hunt out on - lot you. There are a few things mon important to the people of this country than furnishing offices to rpplicants how •var worthy, and some of those things pertain under the Constitution to the of flee of President. Il you t urn a public position I should- be glad to see you get But 1 bare no idea where to luok to ro*"' WOK jpafcave SMUIch'a p-IA and Liv«r C»m|>Uint. guarantee eu everv boFlte 1 ta tuer, It never teil» tu eure. ■What a Young Couple Did. ; 1 N limit it) ; A charming family holt a suburb of Huston two years since. It was furnished with all modern conven- ' iences and inconveniences. There were electric bells in a row at the door, so that the afternoon caller could ring up nine different and peaceful ni-.iiil servants be fore getting into communication with the family she came to see; there weie fire escapes and telephones, and elevators and speaking tubes, and, for aught 1 know, safety-valves and sub marine oa If|, s. lint the crowning joy of all was the fact that if children were allowed within its wallt. It was built fol tin accommodation of childless couples, am] to ten childless couples were the suites let. Ilow great was the quite ami calm of that sheltered retreat, until on illstar red morn'ng, when the cry of an infant, shrilly uml piteously, broke the stillness! Horrow and indignation on the part of nine guiltless couplcss ; and yet. so weak is humanity, that before the end of the second year lucre were children in eight of the ten families. The childless cou ples were childless no more, and when the owner of the building complained to bis friends of the unfair treatment he had received at the hands of his ti mints, they all laughed in his face and advised him to let apartments t huche A father had been lecturing his young hopeful on the evils of staying out late at night and getting up lute in the morning "You uever will amount to anything he continued, "unless you turn over a new leaf. Remember that the early bird catches the worm." "How about the worm, father," inquired the young man. "wasn't he rather foolish to get up so early?" "My son," replied the old man solemnly, "that worm hadn't been to bed at all. lie was on his way home." The history of the Knights of Libor is interesting. In IMi'J Uriah 8. Stev ns a cloth cutter in Philadelphia and a nan of uncommon intelligence and mas ter over his fellow-workmen, established the present order, with an ambition even grander than the realisation has bei though in a most humble way. Stevens was a born rctormer and philosopher gi'» en over to the study of the confit ting ambitious ot mankind and to the effort to elevate and strengthen the working people .—Ex WILD CIU.HKY AND TAR. Kvery body kiiowa the virturo of Wild Cherry mid Tar is relief and cure for Any af fection* of the Throat and Lung«, combined with these two ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of I)i\ Ilosntiko'rt Cough and Lung Syrup making just the article you should fi* hn\ the house, fort 'oughs. Colds Croup and Bron chitis. Price f>0 cents and #1 00. Samples free. Sold bv Dr J. Q. Moxley. PROPER TREATMENT FOR (ODOIIft That the rea »er may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say thnt 'I ar and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies ye« discovered. 'I hose in gredients with several others equally as effica cions, enter largely inti» Dr Rusanko's C< uirh and Lung Syrup, thus making it «me • f th« most reliable now on the uiHrket Price 5ftoti >md $1 CIO. Samples free. Sold by Dr- J. Q Mosley. CATARRH CD It KI>, health end » breath secured, by Shiloh's Catafrh Rem Price 5" cents. Nasal injector fret. For sale by Dr. Moxley ARM YOD MADE miserable by indigestion. Conntipation. Dixuine**, I os* of Appetite. Yel low Skin? >hiloh's Vitaliaer i*a positive cure, Oregon Kidney Tea Unies Backache Oregon Kidney Tea Cures all Kidney troubles. Oregon Kidney Tea is nature's own rt rnedy. Robust Health I» not nlwavN emoyeci bv thoso who seem to pottwna it. The taiut of corrupted blood «my Im secretly umlcniiiiiîng the constitution. In time, the pofoon will cer tainly nIiow itsetfeets, und with all the more virulence the longer it ban beeu allowed to permeate the hyntem. Each pimple, aty. boil, *klu disorder uml sense of unnatural lassitude, or languor, is one of Nature's warnings of the consequences of neglect. Ayers Sarsaparilla Is the only remedy tliat can be relied upon, iu all ease's, to eradicate the taint of hered itary disease und the special corrupt ions of the blood. It is the only alterative that is sufficiently powerful to'thoroughly cleanse the system of Scrofulous anil Mercurial impurities and the |>ollutiou of Eontaglous I liseuses. It als«» neu tralizes the poisons left by Diphtheria sud Scarlet Fever, uml' enables rapid recuperation front the eiifeeblemcut and debility caused by these diseases. Myriads of Cures Achieved by Aykr's Sakhm-ahii.i.a. 1n the past forty yean, arc atteated. and there Is no blood disease, at all possible of eure, that will not yield to it. Whatever the ailments of this class, and wherever found, from the scurvy of tho Arctic circle to the "veldt-sores" of South Afriea, this rem edy lias alforded health to' the sufferer* try whom it was employed. Druggists everywhere can cite numerous eases, with in their personal knowledge, of remark able eures wrought by it, where all other treatment had been unavailing. People will do well to Trust Nothing Else titan Aykr's Sarsaparilla. Numerous crude mixtures arc ottered to the public as "blood purifiers," wbieli only allure the patient with the pretense i!f many cheap doses, mid with which it is folly to experiment while disease is steadily'be coming more deep-seated and difliriilt of cure. Some of these mixtures do much tasting harm. Bear hi mind that th? only medicine that can radically purify the vitiated blood is Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PREPARE« BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Ce., Lowell, Mas*. Sold by all Druggists : Price |1 ; Six bottles for $5. LEON & CO , Lund . utcd I'crfuiufM to II. M. the Quern, have I patented the world renowned O BLI T TC R AT OR Which removes Small Pox Marks of however long *taii>nng. The application * si in pie nriul«' nothing inju Price, $2 iiü. • mi < SUPERFLUOUS HAIR I.eon .k < o.'s ''licpllatorj" MARKS CAN BE REMOVED Remove* 8u »erfluous Ha r in a few Minutes without Pain or l i.pl ea*R nt Sensation — never o grow Hgai n. Simp e nd harmless. Full lirecti-ns— -*« „1 b } ma 1 — Price $1 <10. (JEoHfi K W. .*<11 w C ©lierai Agent, »> SI', 'li •n i i H. 1 .. -l It JOHN RESTER I) HAYMAW I N CI O O 1> 8 K A P K Forwarding, Transferring, and J) livery attended to promptly. ( 01(11 wool» IOR KAM?. 4 CÀLIFORNIA BREWERY y EAR HEAD OF FIRST ST., WEISGERBER BROS, Prop's LEWISTON, I. T. JSW- CALL A. VF SEE V3 T-U 1HE LEFFEL IMPROVED Wind-Mill Fngine made of iron. The simplest, the strongest au l in"«t. durable in use. (fives more power in a light wiml than any other mill rn. Also IRON FORCE PUMPS --and SALEM WOOD |PUMPS. D. SPURBECK, Agent. 2.T llcnecee, I. T -J fSFN&A -sesÆv. £. "C = 73 <••: : — 33 — Pt 7. ^ ► et** r ■ / ?■; ,tj t.A ' = —4 A card to the Public We hflve used the XXX Horse Medicine, XXX I'oodition Powder* au,l Homcman'i Col lar. Hall and Hoof Ointment, for a number ol years and f>>und them the be:t horse medicine« that we have ever used. F. E. JKKO.MK, l.ivery Stable«, Lewiston, H.AlHD BRi'S., I.ivety Stables, *• N. B HOLBROOK, i.ewistou, 41 tm* NOTICB TO WOOL GROWERS ! ! KOSHLAND BROS., Cur. front and C sts. Portland. 416 Sacramento si. San Francisco. Special attention given U> sale of WOOL, HIDES, FURS ETC. ON COMMISSION, Best attention guaranteed and promp re turns. ash Kultus i n V col if re quired. 2« JACOB EICHLNBLRGER BOOT and tHOE N.hIB, Boots and sh<>es made to order according to the latest French and trglish les Also all kin<is ot repairing neatly and promptly dune at reasonable pi ice*• A PEHFlT FIT GUARANTEED. Main street, oppviite Raymond House, Lew* iateo, Idaho* :«dtf. 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