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devoted to the BEST interests of northern IDAHO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY. •S PER YEAR VOLL 11 K 10 .' LEWISTON* IDAHO TERRITORY, T 1 ILRSDAY, MARCH 25 , 1886 . NUMBER 25 __________i-......uiL ii ' y 'irrt THE LEWISTON TELLER CITY AN 1 ) COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPML t.h'kshav M Ut ii ix m; IpabUsbad Every Thursday Evening —nr— A. LELAND t SON, Terns of SsbscriptiaB. at Coin 11% : SiKALsCorr per Tear ...................... $3 00 •• ** Six Mouths ................. 2 00 *• •• Two Months................. 1 00 Single Nutnber.................................... 10 Piepaymont in all cases (leinnn<le<l. All pa per! discontinued when time of subscription has expired. R uoa of Advertleloc Reduced, anCnln © . Squaie (1 inch in column) 1 insertion $1 50 r. ich additional insertion....... .......... 50 Tfo Squares one insertion.................. 2 00 each additional insertion.................. 1 00 Th.ce Squares one insertion................. 3 Ou b) ich additional insertion................. I 00 Fiur Squares one insertion................... 3 1.0 2aoh additional insertion................... 1 5o Taerjy, half yearly and quarterly advertis nouts more than four squares inserted Qjr *pe *ial contract. professional and Artisans' Cards of one square or less, per quarter.................. 3 00 Notices in local column (except voluntary) per line......................................... 20 Nut none far less than.......................... I 00 ßoeiety advertisements and resolutions per Une e ich insertion ............ 10 Le«ul Advcrtlninfc Rntee« In Coin: Summons, Sheriffs bales and all other le gal notices per inch first insertion......$1 50 fiach subsequent insertion............ 50 All transient advertisements and notices prepayment demanded, all others paya ble quarterly. ALONZO LELAND. CHAS. F. LELAND. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF IDAHO Delegate in Congress............ lohn Hailey Governor..................L. A. Stevenson Secretary .............. .Edward J Curtis Attorney General.......... L). P. 11. Pride Marshal............................K. T.Dubois Ç. g. Attorney................. J. 11. Hawley Treasurer......................... Joseph Perrault Controller ..................... Silas W. Moody JCOOKS * CLERKS 1st District Norman Br*»k Clerk H. Sqi i r Tad District.....................Case Broderie çiurk ...........................A. L. Kicltardsou ?d District........................ . Hays CUrk .......%.....................Wro.B. Thews The Judges of the 1st 2nd ard 3d dis tricts assemble at the capital on the second Monday in January in each year, and con ititute the duprem «Court of the Territory, with the-Judge of the 3d district as Chief Justice, and A. L. Richardsou as Clerk. The Judicial Districts and the tim«"' and places of bolding Courts in each are desig nated by .be Supreme Court when tu ses sion and are liable to chauge each year. LAND OFFICES: S trveyor (îca .............Wm. II. Chandler IDAHO DISTRICT Register ....................Harlow Pefly R.oiver ............... H C Brauatetter LKWI8TON DISTRICT. Register .......................... P. H W R -ceiver..... .. A J. Shaw OXFORD DISTRICT: Register................A. PmUlenhauscn Receiver................... C. A. Baton 11A ILK Y DISTRICT. Register................. Humer L. Pound Receiver...................C. L Waters NHtTH IDAHO COUNTY OFFICIALS: NEZ PKKCB CO. County Attorney......... Pronato Judge........... ■ i«ri IT...................... A iditor k Recorder.. .. treasurer................. Assessor.................... C<nnty Commissioners .......J. \V. Parker .........W, Wing .....E. W. Camei on ..I. C. Hattabangh ,.......P. M. Davis .. \V. J. T..*ngdon D. - Spurheek .1 M MeOregor David Notinan SII OSH ON R COUNTY . Cunnty Attorney................Albert Allen P-omue Judge............. R. K. McFarland Sierilf ........ T. 15. Outline A iditor A Recorder...............X. S. Hnrke T ...............................Francis Jenkins ...................................A Cavanaugh r C. T. P. Rasa County Commissioners -, M. L. I'urnaii 1 I Frank Ur.ive IDAHO COUNTY. County Attorney................J- »»■ I |>rm 'V P abate Judge S eriff...................... A iditor A Recorder... T «usure .................. A aesaor.............. ......(' W t'ase .A. W. Talkington I......T. J. Khniles ..... J M D rman '____ D H Teicher C. W. Day County Oommiaiioners ; Jnn. Matliison ( C. B. >«>d (Coroner.......................J w Kirkwood KOOTKMAI COU.XTr. County Attorney - - - M 'V Musgrove A so,sor....Ci........................V Mor ' ure Justioo.....................................Henry Rose t Oe«« B WannaceU County Commissioners.....< llenrv Newhall I John Russell NEW TOBACCO AND CI6AM. STORE. The best of TOBACCO and CIGARS and all SMOKER'S ARTICLES Also all kinds of VEGETABLES 1 FRUIT. CANDIES AND SITS. And all confectionaries that are kept in a first-class establishment. E. TEXIER, Prop. ••"Next door cast of Wjidenthaller Bakery, Lewiston, I. T.*©! WR LAW ÏH US J. M. HOWE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practicing in all the courts, and U. S. Land Office. Special attention to collections and real estate transfers, and prosecution of claims against »he govermnenr OSFK'E.— In Votliner's hrick, up stairs. Montgomery Street. Lewiston. Idaho- 35t J. W. PARKER Attorney-at-Law. AND l»E«TKI€T AT TOR \ KV OFFICE •—Room No 0, up stairs, cour E O'Nkil, M M Uodman, S (i Cosqrovk. Lewi-tun l. T Dayt n W.T. Pomeroy W. T. O'Neil, hodman & Cosgrove, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WILL pr:tptii*(i in n in building formerly next to post-office. courts of Idaho and office at Lewiston pied by A. Leland, 1 tf J. W. P JE Attorney «at-Law, LEWISTON I. T. OFFICE:--Over bank of John Durke, lain street. All business promptly attended u, and reasonable charges. r *}+' JASPER RAND, ATTORNEY, And COUNSELLOR at Law, E- Mai », I. T. St, near Raymond House 4- tf A. Q, IT AC 14. EN BUSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . Also Notury Public, Lewiston, Idaho. Opfice.— Main street near Brearley's Grist 1. A. MAXWELL, ATTORNEY, And COUNSELLOR at Law, Officr— Third street, next door North ^f Loeweuberg Bros -tf ALONZO LELAND Aifcorney-at-Lawr, LEWISTON. [IMHO TERRITORY. Will practice in all the Courts of North Idaho W. T. M C I4ER\ Attorney-at-La tf MOSCOW, I. T. ♦ tend •promptly to all suits and - • intrusted to hint. . lltf PHYSICIANS. F. S. STI3US3, HI. 0 OFFICE—Or« -Main street, two doors above Raymond House. _ J. B. MORRIS M. D. Physician and Surgeon, à OFFICE—in Hale i Cooper s building. RES IDENCE—at T. S. Billing's, Lewiston, Idaho. :i:l Jiu. • C. W. SHAFF, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. rib side of Main street, Offlo- on National I .-r First fill tf JAY KIRKWOOD, M- D Graduate of the Medical Department of the University of the »Mate of California, Surgery and Female Diseases Made a Specialty^ OFFICE,— in ure^ory A Kirkwood'« Drug Store « JRANU EVILLE, - - l H. V*. STAINTON, Physician and Surgeon, UfRee »cl Reiidoc llea.l >f Fourth. LEWISTOS, I. T, Montgomery Street -If N. I*. llEtKTHLRli. C LOTH F NG CLEANED, kepaiked to order. 15-3in 3d Street. LKWIc'TON. J T H. T. MADCWICK, CARPENTER AND BUILDER LEWISTON, IDAHO »h watch«, chas. c. kress, SOLID SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE. n*-\ i V.altliam, Elgin, Springfield anti Lancaster Watches. CIOC S AND OPTIIAL GOODS ß&- ilepj ting of Watches and Jewelry a specialty NEW STOKE!! NEW 0000$ ! ! Henry K Barnett -DEALER IN General Merchandise. Corner S mid 3rd street«. (In the Building formerly occupied by Loexcenberg Bros.) I „eg lea' r e to inform the public that I have opened with a new and complete stock of OdlCFill Mei'ClliUl (Ukc, Dry Roods, Boots Shoes, Bfitits and Caps, <i tc., etc. in* mziimY&M'w S. G. I SAM AN, D. S. DENT PALACE DRUG STORE, O PIRE mm I, MuDIClICS Prescriptions carefully compountietl Day or Nigh DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, TOILET ARTICLES, Import ed and Domestic CIGARS. STATIONARY, FANCY WOODS, Ml'SICAL INSTRUMENTS, NOVELTIES A.tD NOTIONa. _ J JP^~Order8 from the country promptly attended to.*^5^ SADDLE « MENEES SHOP S. GRAY A CO. This house has now on hand a large and well selected stock ot Saddles and Harness, Farm Harness Constantly On Hand at Walla Walla Pi ices. Cheyenne Cha/mrejos, mail of best Oiled Calfskin, $10 to $10 per pair. Tents and Wagon Sheets Made to Order FARM HARNESS FROM $1$ TO $1S. Fend for price list. Packages sent anywhere in the 1 erri* troy, C. O. D. ^iT-Orders sent tu' S. GBAY A[CO/Lewiston I. T. wilPreccirc prompt |itteutisn.-*S: S. C. HALE, W. B. ÇOOPER. HALE & COOPER. -Dealers in all kinds of Shelf Hardware, Crockery, Picture Frames, Mouldings, Un dertaker goods of till styles and qualities. Lewiston, Idaho, January, 1st, 1885. 14t Lumber 2 ! Lumber ! ! DRESSED ^ ROUGH LUMBER Constantly on hand Rough Lumber......$16 per M. Rustic..... .830 per M. Flooring......$30 per M. Clear dress 2 sides. .§35 " " Apply to L, ROWLEY, Nez Perce Machine Shop, Lew iston, I. T., A. E. SNELL, Potlatch. 52tf KING'S EVIL ■Was the name formerly given to Scrofula because of a superstition that it could he cured hy a King's touch. The world is wiser now, and knows that SCROFULA can only be cured by n thorough puriflea tlou of the blood, if this is neglected, the disease perpétuâtes Us talut through generation after generation. Among Its earlier symptomatic developments are Kczema, Cutaneous Kruptlons, Tu mors, Hulls, Carbuncles, Kryslpelns, l'urulent Clecrs, Nervous umi l*hy slcal Collupse, etc. If allow« il to eon tiuue. Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ca tarrh, Kiduey and 1-iver Diseases, Tubercular Consumption, und vari ous other dangerous or futal maladies, are produced hy it. Ayer s Sarsaparilla h the only power ful and always reliable blood-purifying medicine. It is so effect ual mi alterative that it eradicates from the system Hereditary Scrofula, and the kindred poisons of contagious diseases ami mercury. At the same time It en riches and \Mtalizes the blood, restoring healthful action to the vital organs ana rejuvenating the entire My stem. This great Regenerative Medicine Is eomiwsed of the genuine Rondure* Sarsaparilla, with Yellow Dock. Stil, lingia. the lotlùles of Polassium and iron, and other ingredients of great po tency. carefully and seientlllcally rone pounded. its formula Is generaliy known to the medical profession, ami the best physicians constantly prescribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla us an Absolute Cuve For nil diseases caused by tho vitiation of the blood. It is concent rated to the high est practicable degree, far beyond any other preparation for which like effects arc claimed, and Is therefore the cheapest, as well as tho best blood purifying medi cine, in the world. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer £ Co., Lowell, Mast. [Analytical Chemists.] Sold by all Druggists: Price $1; Six bottles for |5. THE CHICAGO CZ* RAILWAY. TI1E BEST ROUTE AND SHORT IMNH BCTWF.EN Omaha Council Bluffs a «lay of DAY COACHES >»hir!i are the , that human art un-i ingcnuitv cud rreate; Its '■ l'ALACK SLEEPING CABS, wtoi-h are 1 .f oouifnrt and elo.-anooi It» PARLOR | —Chicago. The only lino to take for De? Moines, Mar shalltown, Cedar Rapid*. Clinton, Dixon ChitMitfo, Milwaukee, and .ill points aft. To the people of Nchtaska, Colorado, Wyoming Utah, Make* Nevada, Orejr«*n, Wushingtoo and California it offer* superior advantages not possible by any « ther line Am ng a few of the numerous points of superiority enjoyed Ly the patrons of this road between Omaha und Chicago, sre its tw trains CAHS, unsurpassed by celebrated IM1.AT1AL equal ot which cau not j I ! 1 Dll A WING ROOM any; und its widely DINING CARS, the he found el.-ewecre. Ai Council Bluffs the trains of tho I n Pueifio Ry oounect in Union Depot with t !»«•** of the Chiceo A N..rhern.w«.t«rn Rv. In "'hw««»" ttie tmitii <«f this line unto cl«,»e o .n- . nedi -n with those «if nil Eastern lines j For Detroit. Columbus, Indianapolis, «'in- i clon-.il' Kuxara (■»11», l'«tt-«ii.i Toronto, .Montrer.l, Boston, New \««rkl , Philadelphia, Baltimore, WaHiina'«'!», and nl : points in the East, ask the ticket agent lor; 1 A ; tickets the 'NOHTII-WKSTI KN All if you wish the he^t accommodation» tickets agents sell tickets via this line. M. HUGH ITT, R. S HAIR Goaornl Mnnnirer. (Jcn«*rul Bassenger Agent CHICAGO. 10 ly. NEW BOOT 8 SHOE STORE. Sale Work, Make, for of San Fncisc Sold Cheap Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN anJ MENS WEAR r«~ AM ela»»es of w< rder. Repairing neatly » I; manufactured id promptly done. GEORGF GLASS, M nitgnmery «t.. Lewiston. I T, * ' , '® H 111 tr 11 f l i-lliDg t...ok «iu- R. amriei» *ur h '* ' N .,! ' ul „ r * rm * free UALGTT BOOK rf >- Io rtlnml Uniat. I'« rtlund 13-iy FROM MURRAY, I. T. Murray, I. T. Mar. 14, 1886. Editor Teller : We have Imd considerable rain of lat« and a variety of changes of weather at the disposal of the weuther ch'rk. The rains have been of great benefit to placer min rrs, as the inercas.' of water has renewed their work, and they arc taking advan tage of this blessing and are earnestly at work on all of the bars and gulches. Accident, Alder, Dream. Missoula and Dry gulches arc all being worked, and the dust conies into the banks more plentifully, and it has made a marked effect on the business and trade of the camp. Work in the Golden King mill and mines is rapidly going on with a good force of men. The mine of the Idaho company vigorously being worked and some good developements of rich prospects aro be ing found. Ou the South Fork work has been going on for the smelters plant that is to be put up near Milo City. Mr. Baidc, the manager, has gone to Thompson's Falls to have the machinery forwarded to Kathdrum by rail, thence by iteamcn up to Kingston, as the sleighing* vi»., Murray has departed and the bottom is out ut the mads, hence the chauge of mute for the conveyance of* the uu chim'ry. a The boats on the North Fork are running and a large portion of the heavy machinery for the mines. There is two large batges built whi«:h will curry thirty-live tons of Ir ight. They arc manag'd by a small engine and pulleys, wound by a reel. They will be .valua ble to merchants and business men if they work satisfactory. We have a new county road from Delta over to the South fork, which shortens the distance to Milo twelve miles, and avoids till the rough high mountains, and enables freighters to Ir« ight quicker and cheaper. The bed rock flame is stiltu quo, but souie signs arc to be seen, as the paper of I he compaiiy is asked for at fifty cents on the dollar, so says rumor. The Galena mines at Nigger Prairie und on the South fork contiuuo to at tract the attention of many. Already a good quantity of ore is out and ready for shipment for the cast and west; and they undoubtedly will yield quite a bonanzt for the parties operating them. iss c cd for in The steamers are now making regular trips and the buisness prospecta are looking promising. All our cities look for prospetous times, and all ot them are trying to out grow each other, and all are aspirants for the metropolis. Annexation notes are scarce, still the swelling has not gone down as yet. Mon tana friends are working, while thu friends of Washington are not idle; but from the prêtent outlsok, the measure ( j (R , s , lot Kl , rlu favor either. But Still . wc work on with the same aim, "annex ... VV„ u Kl n ..t«n firut aut J ,|l at tou tu Washington firtd the time." To Montana, NEVEH ! Many who in former year« wished to be ehutn pious on this (juration have ^one buck . • • t * .u . M i . oil It. It IN evideut that they only w i-ln d tv» hurl eold water and use annex at loll lor personal und political purpose» ; r L«l e the b,.l»by. Why do they use j j j : the Aim and flimsy excuses DOW, when ,.i • * i ......... ; many or the saute excuses existed years Tnt'y complain uf the prcHeut laws that «lid exist in former years. The The woman suffrage is the greatest buga boo of them all; "tho ghost in the closet" to their affrighted minds, and local op tion is tin- horrible sceptre that is dau gcrous in the hands of intelligent women to use at the polls. High license will make many of us dodge around the cor ner itching for our morning "eye-opener." Marriageable y iung ladies of Idaho note these excuses ugaiust auuezatiou, and d ,'j't annex with any such relation. Yours, Nez 1'erce. If (li re is a revulsion uf feeling in Ninth Idaho en auucxaùon it has moved very slowly, Mr. Hail«-y was not made aware of any change in heart, however small or large, until after he had got iu his work towards complying with the wishes of the people and redeeming h s pledge, lie would not have worked for the nn asure Against the will of the peo ple ; and he would withdraw its advoca cy now could it he shown that his coosli tuents did not desire annexation. What \ *»«.«» ^ »•*« •»«■»••wn. « •>*" i opposition there is ill the n Tth seems 10 j b«- eonfim d to the proposed lioe of separ-: I ... r. » ' atiuu .—Idaho Democrat. bad 8HOWIHO for roBTi&arrf: The Mayor of Portland on Marei' far iss cd the following call : , Mayoh's Omen, Portland, March 13, 1886. In aceordunuo with the reqneat of ■ c .mmittee appointed hy • meeting of <!K isens of Portland, all citisena aro reqnaat cd ter meet at the court hoaim on Toco day oext, March 16, at. 2 o'clock p, É., for the purpoaa of conaidcring the alarm ing growth of lawlesaiicM in' our mid^t, couseqiicut upon the agitation of juts' question of unlawtully driving out of tho country a class of foreignera who an here io pursuance of treaty, and are en titled to protection under the low. We all know of the disgraceful pro.' ceediugs which have been enacted lately in Washington Territory, Oregon City Albino, M, unt Tabor, and at our very doors h re in Portland ; thoy have been' driven from their homes and their prop erty destroyed by dynamite end fire. A committee baa been appointed* at* ooo of their meetings to notify tho Chi nese of this city to leave within o cer tain time ; and we have every reason to believe from what h.u transpired around ua they mean what they say. The city is lull of men without an/ visible means of support, who have boon driven from towns on the Sound and at-, traded here evidently for tho purpose of riot when the time comes for tho tXodatf of the Chioesc. Oar citixena are being assaulted and robbed, and there is gener al appreheusion of outrage. It teems to' be high time for all good people to come out amt sit- w the disreputable outlaw* that the local authorities will be sustained by the people, und that law and order must and will be maintained in Portland. JOHN GATES, Mayor. The following was telegraphed to thw Walla Walla Union as the result ot that' ineetiDg : Portland, March 16. — The meeting of citizens and business men railed for to-day hy Mayor Gates took pisoe, and terminated in an unexpected way. Work ingmen aad anti-coolie people flocked to' tbs meeting and outnumbered the Origin ators six to one. Quite a sttiilu won 1 raised at the organization of the meetiog,' which fiually rcsultcd io Penoyer, tho' anti-coolic men's candidate, bring «looted' by a lousing majority. The buaiaeas' rauu were not allowed to apeak, by roughs who stamped, yelled and whiatlod,' and rnudu every effort to drown the speakers' voices. The meeting than passed stroag resolutions condemning lawlessness of all kiuds, and at the some' time sayiDg that the Chinese must go. Those who assembled to aid Mayor Gate* in his laudable efforts, withdraw from the meeting and met at the Mayor'* private office and organised o Citisena' Committee, for the purpose of suppress ing lawlessness in Portland. The pro liminary arrangement* wert til comput ed and another meetiog will b* called to enroll members. The organisation was affected by a committee of forty mem bers. There was about 800 people et the big meeting. the big meeting. THE SWITCHBACK. "Anxiety has been felt in all quartora as to whether the Northern Pacific 00 » pany would build a temporary road over the mountain* in order to move the mope of the next two years. It ha* been **• sorted that the 'awithback' would bo built, and agaiu that the project wo* im practicable, but whether this system has been accepted or not, one thing is certain, the Northern Pucific Board of Director* has decided to lay its nil over the moun tains this year. Assistant Chief En gineer V. G. Bogue has instructions to place a force of engineers in the moun tains at once and prosecute the work with all the speed possible, and is now laboring to that eod. It is understood th >t Nelson Bennett was called east for the purpose of receiving instructions and siguing contracts for the work.— Yaki ma Signal. Will the President throttle with bis veto the bill annexing North Idaho, should it pass the Senate ? It ia not at all probable that he would interfere with a measure of that kind, particularly where a re monstrance against it appears at so late date and of so weak a nature.— Idaho Democrat. _ i c uv. The reason . j w j s because these two luaed to empb>y uniua I - • Tho Tyjiographical Union, of San Francisco, No. 21, has issued a boycott ugaiust the Call and Bulletin ot that city. The reason they have paper* have re men or pay the' union scale of price*.