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THE L EWIS T O R TEUER.
CITY ANC COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. |M TELLER ktu Ike larget! circulation cj mug paper i» Sorti* Idaho. RsTEkFb at tic Lewis!»» I'ost Office ■a hr rond clan matter. T.U>K«i>aY...................MAR. 22. 1888. Washington, March 7.—The House eomttiittec on commerce, by a vote o! •even to six. has authoriz'd a lavorab ei report on Ray net's hill f *r a system ol ! postal telegraphy. The bill appropiiutcs ; |S,000,001), and places general supervis- j ion under a fourth assistant post mästet- ^ gêner 1 Iht w r'; of establishing lims # j is to be done under direction ol the secretary of war. The tariff for twenty trord telegrams is ten cents for 500 miles or less, twenty eents for 500 to 1000 miles, and proportionately increased rates for lunger distauacs. Postal money orders may be sent by telegraph at the •listing rates, plus telegraph tolls. The report which will accompany the bil asserts that the service will be self sus taining, defends the government light ti build and ^operate telegraph] lines, am' states that public opinion,^good faith anc Justice do not require the government t< purchase the property and franchise ol the Western Union. WILL YOU 8CFFKR with Uyepepsie rnd Lirer Complaint T Shiloh's Vltslir-r ia geur hatred to ears yon. ISAM AN A t'O. A meeting ol the board of trade war held Monday afternoon in the euunci chamber of the eily halb The delegate, from that body to interview Manitob; railroad officials reported, their report ii Mbfitaoca being the sathe as that pub fibbed in the editorial correspondence ii Monday's Union. A. Leland, a dele gate from the Lcwistun board of trade. fcUft iddr^sscd the meeting, giving not «H»lj a detailed account of his interview With the Manitoba officers, and an ex planation ol the piobublo route that would be chosen by that railrosd, with an explanation of its advantages, lie port was heard from the special com mittee, composed of Messrs. Small. Holmes snd Upton, ralstivo to cor responding with Lewiston board of trade, to secure unity.— Union. •Hl LOH CO VU II nod Con sumption Cure | 9 fold Vj stun * g*ur«nt< • It eure« Ci n sumption. ISAM AN A CO. A. Lolnnd ami Dr. J. R. Morris, ol Lewiston, paved through the city Tues day on their way lo ^Helena, Montana, When they go as representatives of the Lewiston board of trade to confer with President Hill of the Manitoba road con earning the route of the extension of that road through Idaho and Wuahingtoi Territory. At Pulonse Junction the\ were joined by a party from Walla Walla, also on a eimular eirund. The entire party will go at once to Helena, find on (heir return we any hear some thing of interest lo the people of out city and territory.— P. Gazette. CATARRH CURBU, health and sweet th reeurad, by Shilub's Catatrh Krincdt M rent*. Nasal inje-'t.r ISAMAN A CO. vu treat I tries Senator Stewart Monday introduced • Rabat it utc fur Senator Dolph'a bill pro viding fur the admission of Washington Territory. Senator Stewart's substitut, relate* to the annexation of the Northern part of Idaho to Washington Territory It submits the question ol annexation t< a vote of the people living in that pur lion of the territory which it is proposée to annex to Washington Territory. Ii the event that there is a majority for th annexation of Northern Idaho to Wash iogtan Territory, that part of the terri tory w to be included in the proposée uew stale of Washington. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH aa.l Bren •kilis immediately relieved l*y Shiloh'« Cure ISAMAN à CO. A delegation ul prominent people fron our sister Territory of Washington yestei day interviewed 1'iesidcut Broadwattr, of the Montana Central, witt> refera. e. to the extension of the Manitoba systeii into their section of country. They wi r informed, we understand, that ruilruu-. work fur the present year would not pro coed west of Montana, but that trust) men of the Mauituba would be cuntiuuei in the field during the season investigating the country toward tUl Pacific with ref erence to a coast route fur the road in 1S8II. Helena Herald. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Lirer Complaint has« a printed guarantee <>n every bottle t ShiUh's Vitaliscr. It urer fhiU to eure. ISAMAN A CO Washington, March 7. —It is said 0a good authority, that the president ha I a lawyer in Buffalo, New Yuik I D. L. Wilcox, tho office of n eeiver of public moneys at tho land uffim at Walla Walla, W. T. The ,-rcaideu k reekin', by use of patronage, to g»ii fitreogth in distticta in New York whiu a be was signally weak in the election n! I88i. ALL KINDS or LUB:fCA*l»G oil.' BOSSAI»« tit BUSSJCLiM. *7 Suhatot Stcfirutt's piop, ritii.n to rub mit the question of annexation of tin Idaho "pirn handle" to the people im mediately iu'erested is entirely fair. If those who favor or object to the annexa tion scheme are as confident as they pro fess to be, Senator Siewait'r proposition will suit everybody.— Qreijoninn. ▲ Merrier* far Iks 1 Wretched men and women long condemned to suffer the torture! of dyspepsia, are filled with new hope after a few doses of Hoatet ter's Stomach Bluer*. This budding hope bloesoms Into the fruition of certainty. If tremor* and losomnlaof which chronic Indi gestion la the para ' hateful progenitor, stomachics 1 who 1 stomachics 1 who can wonder that Ii many instances it awakena grateful quenee in those who, brnefiUedby It, si voluntarily In Its behalf. ---- in so l clo ________ ___________ It requires a graphic pen to describe tits torments of dys pepsie, but In many of the testimoniale re ceived by the proprietors of the Bitten, three are portrayed with vivid truthfUlneee. Constipation, blllotunere, muscular debil ity, malarial fevers and rheumatism an re lieved by it. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shilub'i Citarrh Remedy. Priee 60 cent*. I8AMAN à CO. Electric untere. This remedy is becoming *0 well Itaown end to popular es to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitten siag the mine tong of praise—A purer medicine does not ..'list and it is guaranteed to dis all that is •luirned. Electric lütt» re will eure ell diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will »more Pimp'rs Boils, Salt Rheuin and other affrétions caused ■ry impure blood.—Will drive Muluria from the system and prevent as well as eure all Malarial fever.—For ure of Ueadaehe, Con ■ tlpation end Indigestion try Electric Hitters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or noney refunded.— Prier SOcts. snd $1.10 per mttle at Hr. J. Q Mosley's dtug store. ?IANI "WEST-TESr SEEDS SlU'fiUlOS fUaU sectors. lUbnll.'l LUE ■STOt'Kat Shop -Seed Meed WEST-TEST» FLOWER SEEDS. GARDEN ■ii «■R <1 I'nrkrlw. y<*nr chnicn pn#t " * **" * ffcf»i, . . ____ __ -------- »*».%prtêf9. "\\rn1~ < è rare-ai.tl Trrr PrreU oaf »per fol*?. • in ! ».'Mi nt H'YfPt prMre. • mul Tri'r i*rr«lre nur m LEWISTOS SEED Ms Pills CURB Malaria, Bomb Chills, Fewer and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilions Attacks. ?«: ' reran ilar. natural aver* •r lutartara with dally hreluma. Au» family medicine, they should bo la every household. SOLD ËVËltYWHËKË. WHY WILL YOU cough ahenShPuV* Cur* will (iva immediate relist t Price 10 eentr, f,W cants, and $1. ISAMAN A CO. HARD TIMER While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should be cat down in every household, benaomy the watch word tor Mothers, heed off Doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bettle of Dr. Bos anko'a Cough and Lung Syrup. Stupe a Cough instantly, relives Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price 30 cts, uu.l 91.00. Sample« free. Sold by Dr. J. Q. Moxley. Ceda,r Shingles, The undersigned ate now tneau facte ring an Eatra Quality of Cedar Shingles at their mill and are prepared to supply the publie with the same at the following prices: First Class, per thoesaad......................$3 50 Second ** •* ** ..................... 2 50 The mill is located in the upper part of Lewistou. Shingles for sale at the mill. »•If WYNKOOP k MAKTiN For lnme back, side or ehest, nr« Shiloh's Porous Plaster Price 25 eents. Isama* a Co. SCROFULA Humors, Erysipelas, Canker, and Catarrh, Can be cured by purifying the blood wren I do not believe that Ayer's Sarsaparilla has an equal as acute for Scrofulous Hu mors. It is pleasant to take, gives strength to the Indy, and pro duces a more perma nent result than any medicine I ever uaetL — E. Haines, North Lindale, Ohio. I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is taken faithfully it will thoroughly eradicate this tarrlDle disease. —YY.IY. Fowler,M.D., Greenville, Tenn. For forty years I have suffered with Erysipelas. I have tried various remedies for my complaint, but found no relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking ten bot tles of this medicine I am completely cured. — M. C. Amesbury, Bockport, Me. * I have suffered, for years, from Catarrh, which was at> severe that it destroyed my appetite and weak ened my system. After trying other remedies, without re lief, I began to take Ayer'e Sarsaparilla, and, in a few months, was cured.—Susan L. Cook, DOS Albany st., Boston, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is superior to any blood purifier that I ever tried. I have taken it far Scrofula, Canker, and Balt Bheum, and received much benefit from it. It is good, also, lor a weak stomach.— Millie Jane Peirce, 8. Bradford, Mass, ft Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Frep s ufi by Pv.J.C. Ayr hO»., Lowe ll , M sm. Fries Si I I THE LEWISTON TELLER, PUBLISHED ETERI TllRSDAT. Subscription $8.00 JOB PRINTING* Neatly Executed AT THIS OFFICE Saddle and Harness* Shop W. W. SWANK, J. H. ROBINSON V.W. fiWfiBSfiSO. —Msnufacturers ol and Dealers in— El ARNtSSl Saddles. All kinds of SADDLES and HARNESS on hand and everything pertaining to a first class Saddle and Harness Shop. Repairing of Saddles and Harness Dene on Short Notiee. reorder» from ihe < unnirj Promptly Attended to"d fyPrices Low as the Lowest and Terms Liberal.*^) Main Strikt, ^opposite Vollmer's brick) - - LEWISTON S. C. HALE, W. B. COOPER HALE A COOPER, — —— Dealer is all kind, of Shelf Hardware, Crockery, Picture Frames, Mouldings, Un taker goods of all styles and qualities. Lewiston, Idaho, Januar} 1st, 1885, 14tf are we as S. G. ISAMAN, D. S. DENT \SAM AA, s ——.DEALER8-----. PIRE DRUGS ! 1DICIIES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Day or Night Druggist's Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery and Fancy Ooods. 93 UfJA3TE34 P03 Hi) OKS,GOLD PENS, N0TELTI ES AND NOTIONS ——.ALSO PROPRIETORS OF THE LEWISTON——^ SODA HATER HOURS •Order* fro,* the oountrf promptly attendu 1 to 1 Linker ! Lunker 1 DRESSED s ROUGH LUMBER Constantly ob hand Rough Lumber......$16 per M. Rustic......$30 per M Flooring......$30 per M. Clear dress 2 sides.. $35 " " Apdly to J. B. MENOMY, Lewiston, I. T., Lumber yard at foot of Fifth street or A. E. SNELL, Potlatch. *52tt LUMBER ! ! LATHS! SHINGLES 2L« m* ipmmwmm* LEWI8TON IDAHO ESMOND H >USE. Uniootown, W. T. M. FERSCHWEILER, Proprietor Board bj Dar, Week or Month Thi« hnnsfi is th« best in tho town, and hoard with lodging will H« furnished rerr renNounhl« A lirer? und fe«d «tub!« io in ouoneetioo with 1 this hot«!. - 3 ( 21 . MARBLE WORKS! All kiudi of Marble Work d'>oe OB 9B03B SS33S31 -AT KBASONABIE RATES! (dO par mat. lower than Portland prims). -AND — UJilSAMiSl! Tho«# WMtiuf work should «mil at th« shop. J- W. GILL* Proprietor. 42 1?. Moaeow, Idaho. H. T. MAOCWICK, OARPENTER AND BUILDER LKWMTOB IDAHO, 1 LEWISTON bakery UOSTGO VERY STREET. LBVISTON . . . IDAI;o B read, pies and cares,- alsugro. mrtea, Cuufeetionarv, i.iquura and Cigare. GENTS? FURNISHING Good», Family Groceries, Etc., s. WLOKNTHALLEKi K |f BANK OF LEWISTON. .Joliu Burke, Hunker Transacts n General Bunking Business MONEY TO LOAN os LOS a OR SHORT TIME. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. Highest task price paid for Wheat and Barley. Cattle Bought md Sold Main Street Levitt on, Idaho. Ij P S«a Wonders axlstia thoaa ends af ferma, bat are sur passed by th* marvale or inrou tion. Thoaa who ara j B nMj of profitable werk that eon bo dona While liriog »t horn* ahould at once toed their address to Hallet A Co., Portland, Moias and reoeive free, fell information how either •ex, af all ages, am earn from $3 to $25 par day and upwards wherever they lira. y 0 , are atarted frea. Capital not required. Seat* hare made over $50 in n single day at this work. All soeeed. KcWatdtd are those whs read this snd than set: they will find honorable employment that will net take them fr- m their hontes and families- The profits are Ur,-a and turn r ever industrious person, many have made nd »re now miking aérerai hundred dollars • inth. it is easy for any one to make $5 d upwards par.day, who is willing to wurk. Hither sex. young or old ; eapital not needed ; we start you. Everything new. No speciai ability required : you, reader, can do as well as any one Write to us at one* for full par. ticulars, which we mall free. Address, gvittaon A Co.. Portland, Maine. 3NTEW 00 T S SHOE STOKE, Salo Work, ct San Fnclsco. Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN and MENS WEAR. r A'l electee of werk manufactured te rder. Repairing neatly and promptly dona. GEORGE GLASS, Mmtgomery at.. Lewiston. I. T. WHEELWRIGHT SHOP. LOT WIGGINS, skillful wheel right is located un lit atreet and ta prepared to perform good wurk in his line upon abort notice. REPAIRING CARRIAGES end WAGON made n apaeialty, Call and aee him. Otf. COOK & SCI1U EfiT, WAGONMAKING AND BL&GESHITHINS! HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY CT lie pairing promptly done, at moderate pricca NEAR BAIRDS STABLE, LEWISTON - - IDAHO 47 tf F^ÜIT T5EB0. GOOD ASSORTMENT No 1 FRUIT TREES FOR SAL. At LEWISTCN NURSERY, Oo east- end of Main «t., Lewiston. I. T. 21 EVANS & WESSELS. J. B. MENOMY, mmaTAEEA COFFINS! CASKETS Furnlahnd nt abort nolieo and at Nasaaahl* rares. Main St. at head of Ath, L^eiiton. Mu WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLE tchronle di*aa » aa. pitot*" litadln* of youat c- " f pootUvely . eared ~reOTT?nFt r ~*'— nom*'* fatn- ui if _ !n every A^sute In b«?«* bMB I i'AkcriHvt t y HiMdilitly felt. P*ienied«vd t vnn. Whole family pm wrer mune belt. Eil v na^cRMrlefi fnm with mrelebrIU. Avoid w prthlm <rations unci botnui rompftnle* EleHrH Tiww iluBlBK. 704» cured In r H&. Bend stamp for umw IUk V. d. BfilM, ImUTHi IBl WfiHW Av., CM I). D. BUNNELL, agent at Lewirion, Idaho. 31. ly. CALIFORNIA BREWERY, SEAR HEAD OF FIRST 8T., W EISGERBER BROS, Prop'i f.KWIBTON, I. T. CALL AST) SEE US I tf O. R & N. EXCHANGE. J F YOU WANT A NICE DRINK -OR A-- GOOD CIGAR. Step Into the O. It. » If. Kxahnng* on Main Street. ». P. BB4BTW««' C LOTH PNG cleaned ■ BP AIK BO TO OB»«** H im Id Street, LBWldlOS Y