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TERMS IN ADVANCE .
VOLUME 12,
DEVOTED T° THE BEST INTERESTS OF NORTHERNIDAHO ANDiSURROUNDlNG
COUNTRY.
LEWISTON. IDAHO TERRITORY, T!U KSOAV, .H I.V 1». ISS».
s:t PER-YE
DUMBER 42.
1-200 REDUCTI€M\IZ
Per Ann has Been Made in (he Raining Expenses il'
GBEENBURG'S ESTABLISEMENT
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 Five to Twcntj Per Cent., Making it an object to Consumers to at least Ascertain present Prices be
^tore purchasing Elsewhere. The most complete line in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO, CIGAR
Fruit, Cop feet ion cry, Crockery, Glassware and all Kinds of Lamps ou Hand.
FRESH FRUIT TWICE A WEEK, at wholesale and retail. Remember you are guaranteed First Class Goods lower than ever at
. __M. J. Creenburg's Popular Grocery House.
THE LEWISTON TELLER
Tetris if Subscription, at Coin ÎWss :
THE LEWISTON TELLER
Fublisned Every Thursday Evening
—BT—
A. LELAND A SON,
OFFICIAL ÜIRKCTOUÏ OF IDAHO.
Drlegate in Congress........... F. T. Duboi*
Oireraor............
^Secretary.. ............
Attorney General.,.
(arabal.................
U. S. Attorney..... .
Treasurer...............
Controller
.F». A. Stevenson.
.Edward J. Curtis
...It. Z. Johnson
........E, Baird
.....J. H. Hawley
....Charles Himrod
.J. H. Wickorsham
Supt. Public Instruct ton.....8. W. Moody
JUDGES a GLEBES
lit District John L. Logan
Clerk F. H. Grierson
-s( District..».................Case Broderick
Clerk..........................A. Li. hiebardson
Ad District..».»................. J, B. Hayes
Clerk. »...»» ....................8. H. Hayes
The Judge, ef the lut 2nd ard 3d dis
tricts assemble at the ca pital on the second
Monday in January in es ch year, and con
elUute tt>. Supreme Cott. - t of the Territory,
with the Judge ol the ii. i district as Chief
Justice, aid A. L. Kichu. -dson as Clerk.
The Judicial Districta s cd the times and
places of bolding Courts i n each are desig
nated by she Supreme Co urt when in ses
eien and are liable to chan go each year.
LAND OFPIC S3:
dtarroyer Gen........... » J . C. Straugban
CEW1BTOM OISTI ICT.
Register................... » F. F. Patterson
tceivsr„......................C. M. Force
ioaio DI.TEIGt
Register......
Receiver.....
.....Harlow Pefly
. H. 0 . Branstetter
HEILET DISTRICT.
Register...................H, O. Billings
.Receiver................ Stockslagor
BIACKVOOT DISTRICT '.
jtsgieter.................... F . TV. Beane
Riccirw...............John & lontgomery
COKUR d'aLENK DISTRIf >T.
Register................ R. E McFarland
Raotiver.................Juf.ge Haggard
PJBTk IDAHO COUNTY \>FFICIAL8 :
BBS TEItOE CO.
CenBty Attorney. », .........A. Quackenbush
Probate Judge»..»............. W. M. Rice
SbsriIT. .».—» ....... »... ......._S. J. Langdon
Auditor A Recorder.»......! C.Hattabaugh
Treasurer........
Aisssser............
Aurreyor.........
Coroner...........
School Supt.........
...,..F M. Davis
.......... F, E. Mix
.......W. P. Bell
...XV. A. Simpson
....J. Q. Moxley
i C. A. Deeper
H -T Itunrlv
,C« 1 « 1 / Cammiisiontrs H. J. Bundy
(.J. L. Naylor
IBEBO COO STT.
<3*unty Attorney...... » ......-J. H. Forney
P obato Judge.......... » ............C TV Case
Bisrif...................»..A. W.Talkiugton
Auditor * Recorder..... » ....... T. J. Rhodes
'Treasurtr».».......................John Bower
Ais»«| 0r->-; ..................j n. Rioe
Surveyor.............. F. P. Turner
Corouer....................._„8. E. Bibby
I j amca Witt
County Commissioners ? I I. 8. Jones
( F hit Cleary
ilsilon coo. 111 .
County Attorney............»»TV. A. Jones
Probata Judge..» ........George Cone
Sheriff----- _„» ................. T. F. Hanley
Auditor A Recorder.........T '. E. McLelland
Treasurer. .» M .
ysseiior..............
School Rapt.......
Coroner.
County Commissioners
f The
\ w -
(P*
„Ji .hn Commerilh
.... .....J. B. Kenn
,\ÿ . VV. Hammel
. J . C. Bollander
The «• Noggle
C. Hurman
S cGowcn,
KOOTBBEIOODXTV.
Coaatv Attorney - - - Goat A. Manning
Sheriff.............. . .................... Va Martin
Racordor................... .......Roher t 8 Bsgraw
Probata Judge.........................He nry Meldor
Troasurar..............................._W C Jackson
Assessor................................._Ch tries Loar
School Supt................ „,Vf A. Hart
Caronar.............................J. H. : Wasterson
. I John Its »sail
Conaty Commissioner...... 1 Louis L ea
(M Jam <a
ha« mi dationiaed
the woi id daring
the lost ; half een
tnry. I Mat laaat
.— - —- - • *v,. among ' thn won
dars of inventive progress is a method and
system of work that eon bo porfor nod ell over
the country without «operating the workori
worn their koosas. Pay libéral; any one een
do the work ; aither «ox. yous g or old! no
special ability required. Capital not noodod
J»u aro started fro«. Cat this a« t and return
and we will seod Jon fro*, something el
float value and importée oo to }• a, that will
start you in buineos, whieh will 1 »ring you In
■nr. ____... i__ I»
■or« mosey right nvay, thon au -thing olso la
■•world. Grand outfit free. A ddrooo.
Tmas * Co., Asp, ta, Main«
Tetris if Subscription, at Coin ÎWss :
BixaeeCortf pkr Tier....................... |3 00
" " Six Months.................. 2 00
" " Two Montbs................. 1 00
Single Number.................................... io
Prepayment in all cases demanded. All pa
yors diseentinueu when time of subscription
has expired.
ALONZO LBLAND. CHAS. P. LKLAND.
ttates of AdvcrtUli« Rsdseed. In Cels
•ns Square [1 inoh in column) 1 insertion $1 50
iviok additional insertion..................
Two Squares one insertion..................... 2 00
£*ich additional insertion................... 1 00
Th.'ee Squares ono insertion.................. 3 00
Each additional insertion................. 1 00
Four Squares one insertion................ ... 3 00
Kaeh additional insertion................... 1 50
Yearly, half yearly and quarterly advertis
ements mote than four squares inserted
by special contract.
Professional and Artisans' Cards of ono
square or less, per quarter.................. 3 00
Notices in looal column (exoept voluntary)
per line.......................................... 20
But nono for less than.......................... 1 00
Satiety advertisements and resolutions per
line eaoh insertion ........................ . )u
Leaal Advertleiaa Roles« In Coin :
Summons, Sheriff's Sales and all other le
gal notioel per ineh first insertion.......$1 50
Each subsequent insertion ........ ........ 50
All tranpient advertisements and notiees
prepayment demanded, all others paya
ble quarterly.
LAWYERS
JAS. W. REID,
Attorney - at - Law,
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
Will practice in all the oourte of North
Idaho and in the Supreme Court. Business
before the Local and General Land Offlee
promptly dispatched. Collections will receive
diligent attention.
OFFICE—Main Street, opposite Teller
Offlee, 21 tf
J. M, HOWE
Attorney-at-Lnw
LEWIS Toy. IDAHO.
LAND and LOAN AGENCY
Eight years register U. S. land office. Spec
ial atteution given to business before that de
partment. Real estato bought and sold. Of
floo ana door west of postoffice. 12
I. K. MAXWELL,
ATTORNEY,
And COUNSELLOR at Law,
Ornoa—Third Street« next deor North of
Luewenberg Bros. -tf
JASPER RAND,
[ATTORNEY,
And COUNSELLOR at Law,
Orrica—Meiu St,
Lewiston. I. T.
near Raymond Honte,
4-tf
;
E O'NEILL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
»n^ NOTARY PUBLIC.
ALL BÜ8INESS CAREFULLY
Attended to.
XT ill praetioe in oil oonrts of Wuhings
ton and Idaho Territories. Offioe at Lawiaton
Main 8t-, eppesito Bunnell's Hardware Store
a. a
FACKENBITSH,
ATTORNEYAT-LAW,
|AND
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Alto Notofy PabUe, Lewiston, Idaho.
Orrica.— Mein street boot Brenrloy's Grist
mill. tt
Contrae tor
-AND
Builder.
C. COLVIN,
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
_______agont for Wm. Parrish, tad hoop
a full nsaortnaat af his lambor aa head fnr
•ata. AH oidars promptly ettoadod U. 26tf.
IIUTILbeFBAVCE,
COR. 3d and C STREETS.
LEWISTON, IDAIIO.
MME LE FRANCOIS, Proprietress
Has all tlia Conforta and conveniences
of a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
This house has been long and favorablt
known as the str&ngor's home.
FIRST-CLASS/BAR IS IN CONNECTION
F x 1 r a Accommodations
lor Commercial
Travelers
OREGON RAILWAY &
CATION CO.
NAVI
"Columbia Elver Bouté."
TUESDAYS end FRIDAYS,
Leave Portland................
Arrive at Pendleton........
Leaves " ........
Walla Walla...........
Arriva at Riparia............
Leave 11 ...... ...
" Almute ...................
Arrives at Lewiston.........
»... ..........2, p. m.
..........12:56. a- m.
................#, a. m.
............9:26, a. m.
...........2:30, p. m.
............2:40, p. m.
...........7:40. p. m.
...............2, a. m.
MONDAYS and. FRIDAYS.
Leaves Lewiston..............................4,
" Aime ta ...»„ .....................6:30,
Arrivaa at Riparia........................9:40,
Leavea Riparia.............. ...............10.
Arrivaa at Walla Walla.................3:60,
Leavaa Walla Walla ..... ....... 4,
Arrives at Pendloton » ..................7:35,
Loavea •* ...........................8,
Arrivaa at Portland-.....................7G6,
Pullman palaea sleepers throegh from ]
lend to Walla Walla, via Pendleton.
TICKETS tobend from principal point*
a. m.
p. m.
p. m.
p. m.
p. m.
and Enropo.
: the United Statos, Canada
Elegant Pullman Palace Cara
Emigrant Sleeping Cars Run
Through on Express Trains
OMAHA
COUNCIL BLUFFS,
and 8T. PAUL
Free of Charge and Without Change;
Cion reanoetloai at Portland forSaa Francien
and Paget Bound pointa.
For farther particular«
of th* Company or A L
A., Portland, Oregon.
I inquire of any Agent
Maxwell. O. P. * T.
A. L- MAXWELL,
W ;H . 4
PALACE SALOON
F. Ross, Proprietor.
Keeps constantly on hand
The A No. 1 Cutter Whiskey.
ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS.
Martel and IZennesy Hrand
tes foi family use.
BEST BRAND OP CIGAR.
F. J. BOSTON,
DENTIST.
All dental surgery performed skillfully and
gauranteed to give satisfaction or money re
funded. Offioe—Up stairs in Vollmer A Ce.'s
brick building, Lewiston, Idaho. 51
JACOB EICHENBERGER.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
GOOD FACTORY MADE BOOTS
AND SHOES FOR SALE, ^
Cheap For Cash.
Boots and Shoes made to Or
der.
Repairing-fNcatly-l-Done
Opposite "Raymond House.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
ASK YOUR G
EH FOR
TH
choice: r r
ruRAL Le Ah
N
SIEBmiEDStBRANDENSTEIN
M M
FOR 8ALK BY
ALL u,PÄ'l ERP -
Backten'« Arnica Halve.
Tbb Beet Salve in th* world for Cuts,
Brule««, Bore«, Uieere, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sore«, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblain«,
Came, and all 8kta Eruption«, and positively
ear** th* Pile«, ar no pay required. It 1«
(aaruteed te give perfect eutleraetion, *r
money refunded. Pria* 25 cent« per hex.
For tele Wy Dr. J. Q. Mosley. 8-'R7
1Mb Verdict Uaaalmeae,
V. D. Salt, Druggist, Bippae, lad» taetl
•**: "lean reeommead Kleetrie Bitter« ae
tha vary bast remedy. Bvery bettln sold he«
given relief ta every eaee. On* man took six
bottle* sad was oared ot Rheumatism of tea
year*' atandtag.'' Abraham Hare, drnggeit.
Belleville. Ohio, affirms : "The beet eelliag
medicine I have ever handled ta my twenty
yenre experience, is Kleetrie Bittere.'' Thou
sand« ef othere have added their teetimnny, so
that the verdict ie nnenimoas that Kiaecrie
Bittare do oar* all dieaam* of the Liver, Kid
nay« or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at
Dr. J. Q. Moxley'« drug stare
REPORTER'S EXPERIEN CEfi IN
KISSING.
The Now York girl bows ber stately head
And eh« fixes her stylish lips
In a firm, hard wny, and lets them go
In spasmodio littla snipe.
N. K. Sun.
The Boston girl removeth her spooks,
And freezes her face with a sinilo ;
Then oho slicks out her lips like an open
book,
And sho cheweth a bean meanwhile.
—Pott.
The Philadelphia girl, so gentlo and sweet,
Lets her lips meet the coining kiss
With rapturous warmth, and the youthful
souls
Float away on n sea ot bliss.
— Tim'tt.
The St. Louis girl never says a word,
And you'd think she was rather tame,
With her practical views of the matter in
hand,
But she gets there all the same.
— Globe Democrat.
But th : Blackfoot girl is the leader, tra la,
In the art of planting a kiss,
For she'll raist your chin to the poiut to
begin,
And thrill you with the quiutescence of
bliss.
—Idaho Reporter.
The Baltimore girl, tho pride of the south,
In her clinging and suulful way,
Abtorhs it all with a yearnful yearn
As big aa a bale of hay.
—Sun.
Tha Chicago girl gata a grip on hcreelf,
As she carefully takes off her hat ;
Then she grabs up the prize in n frenzied
way
Like a terrier shaking a rat.
— Timet.
The Utah girl la the bon of them all ;
She kisoes not often or load ;
But when oh* do«* kiss—come hand up the
harp
The man's on a golden adged cloud.
— Tribune.
The Bathdrum girls are dandies too,
Though quite, meek and low,
But when they do kiss—oh God it'# bliss,
And it makts oue feel ell overi.ih so.
— Courier.
For th* oweetest kiss in the world,
Just tackle th* east aide maid ;
They're democrats pure, they'll stand it
sure.
Their motto is " free trade "
—Eaet Portland Star.
A kiss in tha mouth ol a Spokane girl
Endo all grief here oa earth below ;
She prettily sticks out hsr pouting lips
And, like Gallagher, lets her go.
— Review.
Now the Lewiaton maid ie not afraid
To give satiefsetien and do it nica ;
She makes a dodge or two and mlaa him
Then ah* wiUqpck hinten the kieser once
ot twioe.
Coeur d*Alena Murder Trial.
The case of the territory vs. Pat.
McGowan was given to the jury at nine
o'clock on Friday evening. The jury
remained ont all night and went to the
court on Saturday morning at ten o'clock
and informed the judge that they could
not agree. His Honor sent them out
■gain, remarking that the evidenee was
very clear, bat that if the jury desired to
bave any portion of it read again it
would be done. The Court reconsidered
the matter, however, and recalled the
jnry after a few minutes and discharged
them, stating that the cate would be
called again to-day and ordered the clerk
to issue a special venire for thirty jurors
to be in sttendsnee at 10 o'clock this
morning. Tho jnry stood eight for con
viction and four fur acquittal on the first
ballot, and the voting waa maintained
this way until the and, without the
slightest change.— Sun.
■ It will be remembered that McGowen
in a shooting affray with one McNally
in the Coeur d'Alene eountry, in April
last, shot and killed a bystander by the
name of Owens. From what facta we
had ever gathered in tha ease the
evidenee against MoGowen wag quite
convincing.
THE AMERICAN PARTY TO NOM
INATE A PRESIDE N IAL
TICKET.
Washington, July 10.—The cxocu
tivc committee of'tho national party
issued the following call lliis afternoon :
The national convention of the Ameri
can party will be held in Washington, on
the l'Gth of August, 1888, for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for
president, and for the transaction of sncl
other business as inuy proptrlj* come la
fore that body. Delegates, not exceed
ing two from each congressional district,
and two to each territory and tho District
of Columbia and two from each stato a»
large, bearing credentials from any
American organization, association, club,
order, or Bociaty, whose objects are in
accord with tho principles of tho
American party, will bo admitted to seats
in the convention.
Chairman Sharp said, to day, that in
all probability the platform to be adopted
will not differ essentially from that
adopted at Philadelphia last year. In
all its important features tho present
system of tariff will no doubt bo endorsed
and the temperance question will not
likely be touched upon.
Receiver Dwyer Makes a Big Haul
From the Mormons.
Salt Lake, July 10. — Receiver
Dwyer modo a formal demand, to-day,
on the Mormon church attorneys, for
the Mormon ehurch property, as fol
lows : Thirty thousand sheep, valued at
82 per head; 875,000 worth of cattle;
827.000 in notes for stock in the theatre,
827.000 Desefet Telegraph company
stock and 810,boo worth of coal lands.
These were surrendered, making his
recovery of the church property, in
excess of laud, aa follows, in addition to
the above : G»s stock, 875,000 ; tith
ing yard, 850,000 ; guard house 850,
000; historian» office, 820,000; temple
square, not valued ; gas stock dividends,
84,000; settlement of yesterday, 8150,
666; church farm, $157,000 ; a total of
8790,666.
Tha Question of Admiaalon.
Washington, July 7.—Congressman
Springer says he i« waiting to call up,
after the tariff bill has been disposed of,
his bill admitting Dakota, Montana,
Washington and New Mexico into the
Union. He does not believe the house
will adjourn without taking some action
in the matter, for that would lead the
republicans to charge that tho democratic
majority was hjistile to the admission af
territories. Springer say» that ao far as
he knows not more than two or three
democrats will vote with the republicans
for the division, of Dakota. The test
will ootne on the proposition to substitute
the Senate for (he House bill.
CROUP, XVHOOPINU COUGH and Bren
ehilU iuimediatolÿ relieved by Shilok'e Cure
_ I8AMAK * CO.
There were over 1000 head of cattle
loaded at the Caldwell stock yards last
Sunday. Two trains of eighteen cars
each, loaded with cattle palled out in the
evening for SfonUns, to whieh point
they wero shipped. On Monday a train
was loaded with sheep and started for
Chioago. The ride tracks were still fall
of stock oars waiting to be loaded.
Most all the (attic shipped from here
thus far have oome from the Payette
range .—Caldwell Ztokune.
A Deputy Sheriff Murdered.
Walla Walla, July 9,—Passen
gers from B iker city to day bring details
of tho murder of Deputy Sheriff Robert
Lockwood of Grant county, at Ganyon ,
City, Oregon, on the night of tho 5th,
by two prisoners confined in the county ;
jail. Mr. Lockwood sod wife wen
i biting nt a n.'Lbbor's Thursday even- ■
:oe, :;r.d about 10 o'clock Lockwood>
w. iit to the j-.il to look the prisoners in -
the cell, and told his wife to wait hid
return.
Soon after his departure an alarm of
fire was sounded, creating much excite
ment. As Lockwood did not return his .
wife supposed he bad gone to the fire,
but became alarmed about 12 o'clock and
sent men to tho jail to see if anything /
was wrong, They found the jail ddcf'
open and the two prisoners gone. Lock
wood was lying on the jail floor dead,
with a pistol bullet through hie head.
It is supposed that on entering the jail
bo was knocked down, disarmed and
killed. In the oonfusion of the fire
alarm no one heard tho pistol shot, giv
ing the prisoners two hours the start of
their pursuers.
The escaped prisoners were McGin*
nister, a white man, charged with horse
stealing, and a Piute Indian named Jim,
awaiting trial (or the murder of a peddler
named Bright, in Harney valley n«eally
A reward of $1,500 is offered forth«
capture of the murderers. At loot ac
counts a posse was in puisuit, with fair
prospects ot overtaking them.
Lockwood was an old resident of :
Grant county, and had been deputy j
sheriff several years. He was a good
officer, and had a large circle of ao«
quai o tances and friends..
A Primitive Rookbreaker. #
Onr readers will remember that net
very long since mention was made of a- 1
supposed discovery of the M Leak Cabin"
mine, on the Lookout mountain ; and
the discription given of the place to
gether with the finding of skeletone,
rnsty picks, pans, and other imp! ea enta
of mining life. At Criamau'a oamy,
offioe, in the city, may now be seen n_.
primitive ore tTueher, picked np among
the Lost Cabiu relics. It is a (tard atonn
somewhat polished by use, about 16
inches in length, tapering ftom the
large end, which is won round on one
side to a circumference of about three
inches at the handle, reeemblsn the
Indian pestls for grinding oovn and Mffi.
have been taken ftom some tribe by
these early miners, as no stone of bn
quality exists in that scciion nod no
white man would have ever bad the,
patience to give it ita preaeot i
Baker Democrat.
Portland, Oregon, July 10.—To
day the Oregt n Railway A Navigation
company's new iron railroad bridge mm «
formally thrown open to Inis ÏI#
bridge was thoroughly tested to-day.
Everything was found meft aaikfaetesy.
To-morrow the first osat bound train will
crose the new bridge, and haseafWaB
trains goieg east will lea«« tha west sM*
of the WiUaaaette river.
A SIASAL INJKOTOR t
af Shilek'e Catarrh Famed;
WHY WILL YOU eeuxk
raiieCT
wttl give imm edia t e
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