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DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF NORT H ERN 1 D A H O A N DfiSU RRO U N Dl NG COUNTRY.
M IE WEAR
VOLUME 12,
LEWISTON, IDAHO TERRITORY, THIJRSD4V, JULY 12, 1888,
NUMBER 4L
uctioim:
F©s* I si ii mil has Been Mullein Hie flaming Expenses ef
. GREENBURG'S ESTABLISEMEiW 1
Which in itself is?quite an item, as a consequence a general REDUCTION OF PRICE ON EVERY ARTICLE in the store.
Has been reduced. Ranging From Fire to Twenty Per Cent,, Making it an object to Consumers to al least Ascertain present Prices be
tore purchasing Elsewhere. The most complete line in GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, TOBACCO, CIGAR
Fruit, Confectionery, Crockery, Glassware and all Binds of Lamps on Hand. ,
FRESH FRUIT TWICE A WEEK, at wholesale and retail. Remember you arc guaranteed First Clo&s Goods lower than ever at
M. J. Greenburg's Popular Grocery House.
1HE LEWISTON TELLER
FvbUsbfcd Every Thursday Evening
—BY—
A. LÉLANP Ä SON,
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OFIdAIIO.
Dalegate in Congres. ........... F. T. Dubois
Usvoraor................. .Ü/, A. Stevenson.
Secretary...................Edward J. Curtis
Attorney General.......... U. Z. Johnson
Marshal........................... .... Ë. Baird
U. S. Attorney................. J. H. Hawley
Treasurer.........;..............Charles Himrod
Controller............. J. H. Wiokersham
Supt. Public Instruction..... S. VV. Moody
JUDGES a CLEHKS
1st District John L. Logan
Clerk F. H. Grierson
Sad District.....................Case Broderick
Clerk..........................A. L. ftichardson
Jd District........................ J. B. Hayes
Clark.............................. .8. H. Hayes
The Judge, of the 1st 2nd ard 3d dis
tricts assemble at the capital on the second
Monday in January in each year, and cou
■titute the Supreme Court of the Territory,
with the Judge of the 3d district as Chief
Justice, ànd A. L. Richardson as Clerk.
The Judicial Districts a^d the times anj
place, of holding Courts in each are desig
nated by the Supreme Court when in ses
ai.a and are liable to change each year.
LAND OFFICES:
Sirvoy.r Gen.............. J. C. Straughan
LEWISTON DISTRICT.
Register........................... F. F. Patterson
Ricoiver.............. „» ............C. M. Force
IDAHO DISTRICT
Register....................Harlow Petty
Receiver ...............H.C- Branstetter
HAILEY DISTRICT.
Register...................H. O. Billings
Receiver................ . Stockslager
BLACKFOOT DISTRICT.
Register.................... F. W. Beane
Receiver...............John Montgomery
COEUR D'ALENE INSTRUIT.
Register................ R. E McFarland
Receiver................Judge Haggard
NORTH IDAHO COUNTY OFFICIALS:
KM FERCB oo.
Caunty Attorney.............A. Qusckcnhush
Probata Judge»................. \v. M. Bice
Sheriff................. 3 , j. Lauydon
Auditor A Recorder.........I C.iiattabaugh
Traaeurar............................P M. Davis
Assessor................. « ......... Ï, -E. Mix
Surveyor.....................VV. P, Ball
^knener ...................VV. A. Simpson
Achool Supt................. J. Q. Moxley
( C. A. Deeper
Ciaaty Commissioners ■! H. J. Bundy
(.J. L. Naylor
IDAHO COUNTY.
County Attorney................J, H. Forney
P .beta Judge........................C VV Case
Storiff.........................A. VV. Talking ton
Auditor A Recorder............. T. J. Rhodes
Treasurer...........................John Bower
f"««.or................... ..J. N. Rice
Surveyor................... F. P. Turner
Coroner..................... „»8. E. Btbby
( James Witt
County Cotamis.ion.r. \ H. S. Jones
( Phil Cleary
1HO.HONN COUNTY
County Attorney...
Probate Judge.......
Sheriff....................
Auditor A Recorder..
Treasurer...............
V*aaaaor...............
School Supt...... »...
Coroner..... » ........
County Commiaaionera
W. A. Jones
........George Cone
......... T. F. Hanley
...... T. E. McLelland
......John Commerilh
..............J. B. Fenn
... .VV. VV. Hammel
......J. C. Bollantler
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VV. C. Hurman
P McGowen,
kootmai couavr.
Coantv Attorney - . <j e o A. Manning
Sheriff,....................................Wm Martin
Recorder...........................Robert 8 Bagraw
Probate Judge......................».Henry Moldor
Treasurer................................. W C Jack.on
Aueiaor.................................»Charles Loir
Bohool Supt........................... »W . A. Hart
Caron.r................ . ............j. H. Mastcrsou
I John Russell
Ceanty Commissioners...» < Louis Lee
IM Jante
hat revolutionised
the world during
the last half can
tnry. Not least
among tha won
dara of iavanttva pragma la a method aad
•Vttem of work that ean be performed all ovar
the eoontry withoat seperatiag tha worker»
worn tholr homes. Pay liberal ; any one ean
do the work j either sex. young or old : no
•peeial ability required. Capital aot needed ;
Jon are etarted free. Cat this oat and return
to ns and wa will send yon free, eomething o(
great vaine end importance to you, that will
•tert yea ia business, which will bring yon in
■ore meaty right away, thaa anything alee in
®e world. Grand outfit firm. Address.
Tana A Ce.. Angneta, Meine.
Terms of Subscription, a! Cain Mes :
SfMGLTC Corr per Year....... . .............. $3 00
" " Six Months.................. 2 00
.. a Xw 0 Months................. 1 00
Single Number.................................... 10
Piepayraont in ell cades demanded. All pa
pers disconîinuou when timo of subscripted^
has oxpired.
ALONZO LELAND. CHAS. P. LELAND.
flacva of Advertising Rcdnced. la Cola
Qco Square (1 inch in celumn) 1 insertion $1 60
Each additional insertion.................. 50
T 170 Squares one insertion.................... 2 00
Each atlditional insertion................... 1 00
Three Squares one insertion.................. 3 00
Each additional insertion........ . ....... 1 00
Faur Squeros one insertion.................. . 3 00
Each additional insertion................... 1 5G
Yearly, half yearly and quarterly advertis
aionts morn than four squares inserted
by special oontract.
Professional and Artisans* Cards of one
squaro or less, per quarter.................. 3 00
Notices in local column (oxcopt voluntary)
Per lino............................. .. . ......... £0
But nono *or loss that!.......................... l 00
6)oioty advertisements and reniutiona pef
line each insertion ........................ jo
Lecal Advcrtlnlna Itntes, In Cain :
Summons, Sheriff's Sales and alt other le
gal notices per inch first insertion......$1 50
Each subsequent insertion ................. 60
All transient advertisements and notices
prepayment demanded, all others paya
ble quarterly.
LAWYERS
J. HOWE
Attorney-at-L*iw
LEWISTON. IDAHO.
UND and LOAN AGENCY
Eight years register U. Roland office. Spec
ial attention given to business before that de
partment. Heal estate bought and solda Of*
fice one door west of postoffice. 12
ï. N. MAXWELL,
ATTORNEY,
And COUNSELLOR at Law,
Officr— Third Street, next door North of
LoeweuWg Bros. -tf
JASPER. RAND,
ATTORNEY,
And COUNSELLOR at Law,
Omca —Main St. near Raymond Hoaie,
Lewiaton, I. T. 4-tf
E O'NEILL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
ALL BUSINESS CAREFULLY
ATTENDED TO.
y^L-Will praotico in all court# ef Washings
ton and Idaho Territories, Oflioe at Lewiston
Main St, opposite Bunnell's Hardware Store
Js W. POE
Atorney-at-La w
LEWISTON - I. T.
OFFICE:—Over bank ef John Bnrke,
Main street. All business promptly attended
to, anil reasonable ehargee. 62tf
A. QUACKEN BUSH,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
(AND
DISTRICT ATTORNS!*
Also Notary Publie, Lewiaton, Idaho. -
n »vtoa.— Mala (treat near Breariey'i Grist
Contractor
-AND
Builder*
P. C. COLVIN,
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
I am also agent for Wm. fferrish, end keep
a fall assortment ef hit lumber an hand for
sale. All ordert promptly atteaded to. 26tf.
IIOTELraFRMCE,
COR. ffd and C STREETS.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
MME LE FRANCOIS, Proprietress
!! the Confort, and conveniences
of a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
This house ha. been long and favorably
known as the stranger's home.
FIRST-CLASS BAR IS IN CONNECTION
Filra Accommodations
for Commercial
Travelers
OREGON RAILWAY & NAVI
GATION CO.
"Columbia River Route."
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS,
Leava Portland.............. ...»
Arrive at Pendleton...........
Laaves " ...........
Walla Walla..............
Arrive at Riparia,,..............
Lea** it ..............
Almota......................
Arrives at Lewiaton...... » .....
...........2. p. m.
......12:55. a m,
...........t, a. m.
..,..*.9:25, t, ni.
......2:30, p. ni,
.......2:40, p. m.
......7:40, p. ns.
>..........2, a. u.
MONDAYS and FRIDAYS,
Leaves Lewiston............
" Almote..... » .......
Arrives at Riparia..........
Leavea Riparia..............
Arrivai at Walla Walla....
Leave« Walla Walla ....
Arrive* at Pendlttoa ......
Leaves " ..... ...
Arrivée at Portland-.......
..........4, ■
......6:30, s
.......9:60, ■
........10, a
......3:50, t
—......4.1
.......T:36,1
........... 8.1
.......7S16,I
Pullman palaee sleeper» through horn P
land to Wnlla Walla, via Pendleton.
TlfilTETS t° and from priaoipal pointa
A iVUVAs 10 ia th , Cniud gutu , Canada
and Europe,
Elegant Pullman Palace Cara
Emigrant Sleeping Cars Hun
Through on Express Trains
OMAHA
COUNCIL BLUFFS,
and ST. PAUL
Free of Charge and Without Change.
Clots aeaaaotieas at Portland for San Francisco
and Pngat Bound points.
Far farther particulars inquire of any Agent
af tha Company or A L Maxwall, 6. P. A T.
A., Portland, Oregon.
A. L. MAXWELL,
O. P. a T. A.
W.H.HOLCOMB^
AGIR.
PALACE SALOON.
F. Rosa, Proprietor.
Keeps constantly on hand
The A No. 1 Cutter Whiskey,
ALSO WINES OP ALL KINDS.
Marlel and Jlennesy Hr and
tes fot family use.
BEST BRAND OF CIGAR
F. J. BOSTON,
DENTIST
All dental surgery performed skillfully and
gauranteed to givo satisfaction or money re
funded. Office—Up stairs in Vollmer A Ce.'s
brick building, Lewiston, Idaho. 6t
JACOB ESCHEKBcHGER.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
GOOD FACTORY MADE BOOTS
AND SHOES FOR SALE,
Cheap For Cash.
Boots and Shoes made to Or
der.
Repairing-HNeatly-j-Done
Opposite Hay mon d House.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
ASK YÜUR GROCER FOR THE!
m CHOICE rr
Ihatur il Leaf
w&s
SlEBmiED&BRANDENSTÜN
SCO
imiMiraiÄSö
ff OR SALE BY
^ LI tÄ^T ERSS -
Bnckien'a Arnica Salve.
Twn Bear Salvb ia the werld for Cato,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcere, Bslt Rheum, Fever
■one, Tetter, Chipped Hands, Chilblains,
Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and posittvely
eures the Piles, or no pay nquired. It it
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, er
money refunded. Pries 26 oento per bos.
»or tala by Dr. J. Q. Moxley. 8-'S7
Wonder fa 1 Cures.
W. 1). Hoyt AC., Wholesale aad Retail
Drugfiets af Roma, Ga., eue : Wa have base
eelliag Dr. King's New Discovery, Bias trio
Bittere aad BackWs Arnica Salve for foar
years. Have never handled remedies that tell
at wall, or gtva such universal aatiafeetion.
There hare been lame wonderful rare# affeetod
by theae medicines in this eity. Several eases
ef pronoaneed Consumption have been entirely
cured by uea ef a few bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery, token in connect ion with
Rlectrie Bitten. We eueren lee them always.
Bold by Dr- J. Q. Moxlev. 8-'8T
THE DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBER.
Worn nml weary, steady ami siul, an editor
sat tiini down,
'Mid work anil rubbish, paper and dust,
with many a wrinkled frown.
He sighed when he thought of his paper
bills, his rent and board and wood.
And groaned when the copy te nd yelled
out, as lie there in the doorway atood.
"What do people Innoy," he Said, "an
editor livea upon !
Air and water, glory and dobt, till his toil
some life la done ?
I'll stop their paper, every one, till their
honest debts tiioy pay,
And mark their names off the mailing boo!
forever and for aye !
"Take this copy, doublo It ad, and mark
with a pencil blue,
And send to all who are in nrreara from
ten years down to two."
And then to the eopy hungry hoy he hand
ed a pencilled scrawl
Of hieroglyphics, straggling, wild, all tan
gled and Icon and tall.
When scarcely a fortnight had dragged its
length of tired hnnrs away,
There came to tho heart of the editor a
gladsome joy one day ;
'Twaa only a letter frein Gordon's Mill, in
a hand both weak and old,
But out of it fell a treasured coin, of solid,
beautiful gold I
The latter claimed his interest, then, and
so he slowly read
The acrawled, but Bimple aud honest words
and this is what they said :
Dear Editor : I read the lines you
marked oud sent to me,
So I send this piece of gold and ask if you
will agree
To send my paper right along, and forget
the debt I owed.
For I ve took your paper for twenty years,
and so far as e'er I know'd,
I never owed no man a cent till about four
years ago.
When my po' wife died, and the crops was
bad, and tbe fever laid mo low.
"And time hain't never been the tome to
little Liz and me —
For wo are all that's left behind-—and eince
my eyes can't see,
She always reads tho paper, and it'a been
our only cheer,
And brought us »11 the news and fun we've
had fer many a year,
Till its very name is music, like an old
time happy song,
"This twenty.dollar piece of gold will pay
for all I owe.
And wh»t is over and above, just keep and
let it go
Toward paying for tho paper till a brighter
better day ;
And send to Liz, she'll need it tten, when
I am called away."
Glad and thaukful the editor was, as he
knew that there was one
Who loved and could appreciate tbe work
that he bad done.
He felt that life was ndt in vain, and
amiled through happy tears ;
And then on the mailing book, he wrote
Paid up for twenty year«."
—Margaret Andrew* Oldham in the N. Y.
Sun.
Spokane Falls, July 3.—A rich
mineral discovery ia reported by C. H.
Farnsworth just in from Palouee City.
The discovery ia on Ruby creek, fifty
miles from Palouse City. A ledge
fifteen feet wide has been traced a dis
tance of five miles. The ore assays $75
silver and $2b lead. Faloose ia almost
deserted by people going to tbe new
discovery.
This ia tbe same mine of which the
Teller spoke last week in an editorial
entitled " The Potlatch Mines." As
soon as facta are reported by those we
have induced to go there and inspect
then we will give a report
Washington, July 3. —Senator Far
well returned from Chicago last evening.
He expreaaed an opinion that Fuller
would be eon firmed chief justice with the
aid of republican votes.
New York, July 3. —Daring the
past aix month« 231,000 immigrants
landed at Castlo Garden. Tbia beats
the record for the same period last year
by 25,000. Thirty-eight thousand
Italians arrived this year.
INDIAN CELEBRATION.
Editor Teller : Great prepnr -
lions were made by the Ncz Peroes to
celebrate the Fourth at Lapwai as well ns
to entertain part of their neighboring
rihns and white friends. Ali available
vehicles were engaged here tor a week
before and upwards of 250 whiles wit
nested the programme. Tho Indians,
which consisted of Nez 1'crccs, Pnlouscs,
Snakes, Goeur d'Alene aud some foim
the Columbia river, wrr» encamped in
the rear of Vollmer'« store in iho firm
of a circle, which covered about a twcuty
acre hit ; some of tho tont« being two
tent deep. At about 9 o'clock a. m.,
orders were given the Indians men,
women and children, by the Indian
officers of the day to form a circle,
within this circle of tentsr, which order
was hastily complied with. Prayer was
offered by Revs, Ilines and Lindslcy,
Indian minister«, in their own tongue.
An address was mado by Hon. Geo. W.
Norris tho agent, interpreted by the
interpreter, also one by James Moses, nn
Indian. The census was then taken of
those within tho circle and found to
contain G78 men, women and children
and it was estimated that lhero were
enough, who did not take part in the
circle to make up one thousand souls.
Aftor the census was taken a general
bund shaking of all tho Indians with
each other rook place, alter which the
eirclo disper-cd. At about 11 o'clock
another order was given by the
Indians, who were to take part in the
grand war parade, to prepar for the same,
and at about 1:45 the warriors, in lull
war uniforms, entered the gate near the
agents house, Mr. Norris, aud Pu Pu
Mox, an Indian police, headed the
parade. Jessie James, being clad in a
jmi am . tltWIU timun*, LH'iDg ClQU in ft
fine uniform with grizzly bear moccasin«
&e, was the chief; ho being a
chief of a small tribo some years ago.!
They were clad in all forma and shape«,
to numerous to describe. James Reuben
being the >st dressed of the whole,
having a largo head gear of brilliant
feathers nearly touching tho ground, also
carrying a banner and was mounted on
a noble sorrel steed. On the parade
grounds they had a riding skirmish in
which some good riding was done, after
which they left aud mado an entrance to
the circle of camps and rode around
several times and then left the same and
proceeded to Big Thunder's grave, who
formoriy a was big medicine man and h d
some kind of a short ceremony, after
which they dispersed and commenced
horse racing and had several races.
Al about 6 o'clock about 800 men,
women and children formod into a
procession mounted and rode to the old
Agency and hack singing hymns tbe,
which was the close of the programme.
The Indians seemed to take pride in
seeing so many whites witness their
celebrations and I vouch to aay that
everyone who was there did not regret
the day they spent Mr. Norris, the
agent, was very hospitable and entertain
ed everyone to the best of his ability and
all left for home in the evening well
pleased. W. H. L
eniLOH'8 VITALIZES ia whatyea need
fur Conetipetien, Lose of Appetite. Dtasiaeat,
and ail symptoms of Dyipeptis. Price 19 and
75 oanto per bottle. ISAMAN A CO.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve
Creo|i, Whooping Cough aad Bronehiatia.
ISAMAN A CO.
QEN. SHERIDAN SUFFERS AN
OTHER ÖLIOHT ATTACK.
Lewes, «Del. July 3.—The U. 8.,
steamer bwntarn, with Gen Sheridan on
board, arrivtd off Delaware breakwater
at 10 o'clock this imbuing. The fol
lowing bulletin respecting iho genera!'«
condition was furnished the aaanni«^
press: "Geo. Sherman stood the run,
Irom Hampton Roads very well, though
he is somewhat fatigued by the shfp'«
motion, there having boon a considerable
ground rwi il. It is proposed to remain
here tor a few hours, and if conditions
ore favorable to sail fur New York this
evening. The general's pulse has con
tinued, good, but his respiration and ap
petite are somewhat less favorable.'' Thu
bulletin is signed by R. M. O'Reilly and
H. C. Yarrow,
AN EASILY CONTROL! EÔ ATTACK.
Delaware Breakwater, Del,, July 3.—
The following bulletin wn« furnished the
associated press by Gen. Sheridan'« phy
sician: "At about 11 o'clock this morn
ing tho general had an attack of pulmo
nary congestion. It was more easily
controlled than on any previous occasion..
At this hour (8 P. M.) he is rearing
rnthcrquietly, with lut little coughing.
His respiration is about 40 and irregular,
his pulse is 9(5, and his temperature 93. ■
Ho has had several refreshing naps, the
position ol the Swatara being, quite
sheltered from any motion of the sea, >
and absolute quiet being kept on board."
DR I'EPPER SUMMONED,
Asbury Park, N. J., July 3.—Dr.
Wdliam Pepper, one of Gen. Sheridan'«
physicians, is visiting «t Hon. O. H.
Neman's cottage on Sixth «venae. Dr.
O'Reilly, another of the general's
physicians, telegraphed Dr. Peppar to-.
r # * 7 ---- R -- r ,,«. k ippw IÜ
n ' 8 * 1t to come to Delaware breakwater at
onc ''- Dr ' Pc PP« r wil * »t»rt »t 3 o'clock
morrow, on a special to Gape May.
landi "g. "*>ere be will be met by a gov
crpment tu E
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC ACCI
DBNT.
At Least Thirty Persona Injured_One
Woman Reported to Have Died.
Fpokane Falls, July 3.— Newa
was received here to-day of a wreak
yesterday; on the Northern Pacifie rond,
at Garrison. There bad been hem
rains in the mountains, and the rail had.
spread. The sleeper and dinner ear were
thrown from (he track and ovar ta em
bankment. The cries of the iqjated
screams of the women and children ware
appalling. Every effort was made tf
extrigate the wounded from the Wreak,
Tho Reilly Woods combination, who
had played in this city, were on the
train and a number of that organization
were among the injured. One of tho
lady performers, Misa Adelaide Wilson,
was so badly hart that she was sent to
her home io California. It ia aineo
reported that ahe died on tha way.
A gentleman Irom Portland, whose
name could not be ascertained, wot
brought through hurt night of the alaapat
without hopes of bio being able toaona-.
plate tho iouraey. Tho train wm de
layed five'hows and did not raaoh.
Spokane until «even o'clock thia WMW-'
It has been impossible to obtain * h
correct report ot tbs loaa of Ufo, but it I '
rumored that over thirty pi
boon injured in the aea i danL ,'3- Y

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