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THE LEWISTON TELLER
CITY ANU COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPfcR.
|l TELLER hat the laryeit circulation oj
any paper in Xorth Idaho.
METERED at tie Lewiston Poet Office
B «mm d elate matter.
MUR8DAY..
......OCTOBER 11. 1888
■h The ««count of the conflict ending
ta the «hooting of AI Stifl'd, as related
by the Sentinel :
The cause of the «hooting was a«
follows : "Stiffel had a warrant fur
William«' arrest, for horse stealing in
Umatilla county, Oregon, and found his
man driving atcamoni.be Haas Bean
place. A1 arrested him, without any
trouble, and' they took the team to the
■table, nnbarnessed it and went to the
bouse —where Life Bean is at present
residing —to get Williams' coat. It
■soma that the two' went into the house
Williams going into a bethooui to get
his clothes. On conning out he reached
on top of a cupboard and took down his
revolver ; then a scuffle ensued.
Finally both came out of the room and
continued the scuffle until about thirty
feet from the door, when Williams
knocked Stifld's revolver out of his
hand picking it up himself, and with
doth pistols, told him to stand back.
Bnt Stiffel clinched him again ; then the
■hot was fired, and Stiffel fell. Williams
hit him three limes over the head with
• pistol after he was down." Ou being
asked by Mrs. Bean to give up the
revolvers, Williams said : "When I give
them up, I «ill bo dead." Then he ran
down the hill out of sight, as bcfori
related.
About four o'clock P. 51., Mr. Stiffs
was brought to towD, and Dr. Fulton,
assisted by Dr. Shuff, of Lewiston—who
had been telephoned for—proceeded to
hold an examination, with the following
result : "The bullet struck a littio to
the left of the point of the chio, taking
the point atvay and shattering the jaw
on both sides, tearing a ragged wound
oleararound the chin. It is not certain
whether the ball canto out, or passed
back into the neck. However a furthci
examination will be made .before wo go
to press, when the result will be
chronicled.
WILL YOU SL'FI-'EK with Dyupt-ptia und
Liver Complaint ? hhiluh'& Vitaliser is «nur
•Bleed to cur* you. ISAM AN A CO.
A ^railway ,► postal service* has been
ordered on the line from Spokauc Falls,
W.T., to Genesee, I. T., a ^distaneuj ol
111 miles. A. II. ^ Bundles of tin
Helena and l'oitland line has been
transferred to the new route, and G. E
Ktmpe.jjias been appointed to perform
service on that route. E. I), lit ice ot
Helena has been appointed to the Helena
and Portland line vice Itaudlcs U'uds
ferred.— Oregonian,
Oregonian,
THE BEV. Ol CtTlT. l lfA YKIt,..r Bourbon
lad., say« : "Both nil reif and wife owe etc
li vas to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION ( Ullb.'
ISAMAN A CO.
Nsw Aubk, Get. if.—The Comme r
eial Advertiser this evening soys : Tin
grain men are now ail at sea. No ont
oan guess what is to eouio next. Those
who prophesied a l,rcuk{ are uow par
alyied, and don't knew wli. b way t<
Turn. Flour men say that it is purely »
«foonlative ndvauce, and that a break it
■nro to earnc. As [yet do failures art
announced, but |if relief does not conn
speedily it is certain that some one will
hive to go under.
0ATARRII CDHEP, health and me
l faath scon red. by Shiloh's Catarrh Brined'
Prioi 60 cents. Nasal injector free.
ISAMAN & CO.
For'dlie upper Columbia aud Suak,
district's party ha6 been ciganized unde.
Capt. Silas It. Smith at Lewiston, whirl
will at once proceed to wotk at Tcxat
rapids. There have been no examina
tionsjyct made .'which would 'show ih
condition of the river, but it is extremely
low, owiog to the dry, hot season urn
lack of winter snows.— Oregonian ,.'
FOR DYSPEPSIA an.T l.ircT Complaint
har« a printed guarantee < n ivory bott'o' t
ehU.k't Yitaiiicr. It never r«i!v to cure.
_ ISAM AN A CO
The Senate passed a bill on the 20tl
inst., which is of vast importance t.
Pocatello and Bingham county. This i
Dubois' bill cutting c-lf the lower half o:
Fort Hall reserve and allotting lands it
•evjialty. The House committee m
Indian affairs has reported unanimiusK
in favor of the same bill, und delogaô
Dubois writes us that it is certaiu to pas
the House this winter.
Wa are informed that Ilrv, J. ]>
Flenner, whose trial before the M. E
Conference ended this evening', v.:
found guilty aud deposed from th
ministry ou a vote of six to five.—
Democrat.
The people of Waliowa complain thin
the ludiuns are ki.ling too much gum
and vatctfiug too many fiih in tin ii
preserves. I lus would ovtnhargc th
•oui of Silting Bull, who has just beet
complaining of (be extent to which th,
Indians are being push. J to the wa'k_
Orcioni't .
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The Tuntii Boat. —A crew of, men
left yesterday £aYtcinoon' for Riparia;
whero they j_will be pla«*d upon the
Oregon Railway & Navigation boat
Almota. This makes the third boat
plying between Riparia and Lewiston,
the large quantities of grain demanding
shipment from the Snake river country
necessitating additional, transportation
facilities.— Oregonian.
Di i.uth, Minu„ Oct. 3.—Upwards of
400 cases 'of typhoid-jever exist iu and
adjacent to Duluth. 5 The number of
deaths is daily growing larger, and
President Hewitt, of the board of health,
has been sent for to investigate the
sauitaiy condition of the city nmT'jthe
unusualmortality.
Possibly -Mr. Cleveland's declaration
of a war of retaliation against Canada
has been lost in the mails. Many things
have been lost in the mails lately,
including Mr. Cleveland's reputation as
a civil service reformer .—Philadelphia
Press.
San Francisco, Got. 3. —Collector of
the Port Hager issued the following
order today: "No Chinese return
certificates will hereafter be issued, amt
the ChiiicsQ bureau will remain closed
to the public from this date."
Geo. Robeits, Willis Sweet and Fred
Dubois, according to the Statesman ,
will open the republican part of the
campaign in Roise City on Saturday
night. 5Ir. Sweet is the private secre
tary of Dubois, and is u good talker.—
Democrat.
SHILOH'S YITALIZKR is what you iwi
fur Constipation, Lofs of Appetite, Dullness,
and all symptoms of Dyspepfh. 1'rico 11) and
76 cents per bottle. ISAMAN A CO.
IISC8!£¥.&«|
till lately. Rett |MG
wfttdi lathe world. Per
FREE
kav-rwr. Wirnntod. Hmyi
S olid Gold Hunting Cm«
Kimen t and maffnincent.
Hot tx Udlos'end geuts'slesa
with work* and cun of
. lvalue. 0*12 rEKSOlV
In each locality can eeeare oo«
«Kl:«. How Ii (lila pool Wat
We answer—we waul one per»
•I» locality, to keep la
y' UflefiiVuo IJSKHOLI) NHIPLEI.
well ao the watch,we lend free.aud aflar you
n your home for H month* and aliown them
who may have eaiied,tkay become your own jrropertjÿ
D
i; after our eainpl
■ usually get P
tch and fONTV ttainplca free. as the«
tn any locality, always results In a large
samples have hern in a locality for • mol
large trade
----------------------- ... j month or two
__________ Otooo to IGUOO In trade from Ut*
•urrouudluff country. This, the moat wonderful offer arm
known,Is made lu order that our samples may be placed at «um
where they cun be eeen, ell over America. Write at onee.eaA
make'suro of the chance. Reader It will be hardly any troubl«
fur you to ahow theeumplea to those who may call at your hi—
and your reward will be most satisfactory. A postal card oa
Which to write us costs but L cent aud after you kuow all,If ytm
do not care to go further, why no harm la done. But If you da
•end your address at once, you can secure I'HEE om of Ike
beat solid «old watches In the world aud our large line off
CORTLY SAMPLES. We pay all express, freight, ataJ
Address UH. tlUWOtf ft 00., Deft 111, WttTLAND, MAIM*
AHK YOU MALM uiiserublo by Indirection,
Constipation, Lir.ziness, Loss of Appetite, Yel
low Skin, fchiloh's vitalizir is a punitive cure.
ISAMAN & CU.
DAi't Experiment.
You cannot afford to waste time in oxperi
menting when your lungs nre in danger.
Ct msumptioH always seems, at first,'only a
cold, I/o rot permit any dealer to ispose tip
on you with some cheap mutation of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs und Colds, but be sar*î you get"tbe
itcnuino* Dccnueo ho cun Make more profit
Itt „uiiiy toll you he tins something just as good
• r just the Fftnio Don't lie deceived, but
•DMst upon getting Dr Kiug's New Dincovery,
which is giiHrnntced to give relief in all Threat
Lung und Chest affoctious. Trial bottles freo
ut Dr. J. Q. Mosley's Drug Store. Large
Dottles $1. b
»
THAT HACKING COL'Ul! cun Lu bo quick
y cured by hh lull'd Cure. We guarantee jt
ISAMAN A Co.
.Sore Eyes
The eyes are always in sympathy with
the body, and afford an excellent index
of its condition. When the eyes become
weak, and the lids intlamed and sore, it
is an evidence that the system has
become disordered by Scrofula, for
which Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best
known remedy.
Scrofula, which produced a painful in*
fl a mm ation in my eyes, caused me much
suffering for a numfier of years. By the
advice of a physician I commenced taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using this
medicine a short timo I was completely
Cured
My eye« are now in a splendid condi
tion, and I am as well and strong as ever.
—Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N, H.
For a number of years I was troubled;
with a humor iu my eyes, and was unablh
to obtain any relief until I commenced
usine Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medi
cine has effected a complete cure, and I
believe it to I» tho best of blood puri
fiers.—C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H.
From childhood, and until with a few
months, I have been aitticted with Weak
and Boro Eyes. I have used for these
complaints, with beneileial results,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ami consider it a
great blood purifier. — Mrs. C. Phillips.
Glover, Vt. r
I suffered for a year with Inflamma
tion in my left eye. Three ulcers formed
on tho hall, depriving me of sight, and
causing great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was final
ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
By Taking
three bottles of this medicine I have been
entirely cured. My sight has been ro
stored, ami there is no sign of inflamma
tion, sore, or ulcer in my eye. — Kendal
T. Bowen, Sugar Tree ltidge, Ohio.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflict
ed with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During
the last two years she never saw light of
any kind. Physicians of the highest
standing exerted their skill, but with no
J w-rmanent success. On tho recommen
lation of a friend I purchased a bottle of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which my daughter
commenced taking. Before she lutd used
the third bottle lier sight was restored.
Her cure is complete. — W. E. Suther
land, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. ft
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell«
Bold by all Druggist*. Price $1 ; six bottle«,
Rtftillinfr Discovery.
The discovery by the inhabitants of a lo
Cality hitherto unvisited by the pestilent
scourge of fever and ugue, that it exists in
their very midst, is decidedly startling.
Such discoveries are made at every season.
In every part of tho Union. Subsequently,
When it is ascertained, »3 it invariably is at
such times, through the valuable experience
of some one who has been beuefitted and
cured, that Ilosti Iter's Stomach Bitters is a
thoroughly efficacious eradicator of the ma
larial poison, and a me ins of fortifying tho
system against it, a feeling of more security
aud tranquillity reigns throughout the whole
neighborhood. Besides the febrile forms of
malarial disease, dumb ague and ague coke
are removed by the potent action of the Bit
ters, to which science also gives Us sanction
as a remet ly for rheumatism, dyspepsia,
constipation, liver Complaiut, debility, kid
ney troubles, un i all diseases impairing the
THE
LEWISTON TELLER,
PUBLISHED EYEBT TBVH6D1Y
Subscription $3.00
JOB PRINTING*
Neatly Executed
AT THIS OFFICE
Saddle and Harness Shop
W. W. SWANK,
J. H. ROBINSON
m
to*: %
n »1
M
m 's?« m&m
—Manufacturers ol cuti Deniers in—
HARNESS* Paddles
All kinds of SADDLES and
HARNESS on hand and
everything ji Homing to a first
class Saddle and Harness Shop.
Repairing of Saddles and Harness
Done on Short Notice.
tram me lolimr, Fromptlj Attended to r C 3
f^Prices Low as the Lowest and Terms Liberal. ^5
Main Street, ^opposite Volliuer's brick) - - LEWISTON
—nifflrw ~i 1
S. G. ISAM AX, D. S. DENT
\SAMAA/<g
■vDC \ LE Its INV
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FIS IBS ! HUES
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Day or Night
Goods'® un ^ r i° 3 » Toilet Articles, Stationery and Fancy
IÏEAQtlARTEK-S FOR BOOKS,SOLD FENS, NOVELTIES AND NOTIONS
>—.ALSO PROPRIETORS OF THE LEWISTON,—■_,
SOiA WATER WORKS
^Ö-OrJora froai tha oonotry promptly atluaJui to
Lsisbfr ! Lsmber !
DBEfôsBâ 1 GUGH LUKE
Constantly o?» Band
Rough Lumber......§16 per M. Rustic......$ 30 1)er vr
Coring...... $30 per M. Clear dress 2 sides. .$35 " « "
Apdfy toJ B. MEXOMY, Lewiston, T. T., Lumberyard
at foot of l ifth street or A. E. SNELL, Potlatch. 5 2t t
A
LEWISTON
LUMBER I i
.....S 3 SHINGLES!
ai. jp&m&i&m
IDAHO
ESMOND HOUSE.
Uniontown, W. T.
M. FBRSGnnElLBR, Proprietor
Board by Day, Week or Month.
.JJ 1 !' ! ,oi;se 15 tho l «li" th. town, au-1 bostJ
*Hk lodgmg mil tm famish«.! vary rovsonablo
Är w,tiwi
Cedar Shingles.
:Âï3zv i :rÂ: Lepubi10 wuhtb °
Fir«t Class, per thousand.... *r rn
oecond " " ,, ................ 0(1
. ..................... 2 50
Tho mill is IocaIaiI ;«
Lewiston. Shlng^^
^ S ' tf vv i^KOOl* A MAKIiN
H VH!) TIMES
While money is close, wag es ami prices
hn»Lh X ^i n "V ,ho " IJ be cu t down in every
household. Economy the watch word lor
Mothers, head off Doctor hills, by always
keeping ,,, the house, bottl.r of Dr. Uj 8 .
Omoh - C r g '. * a,1 ,. Lo "8 Syrup. Stops a
Cough instantly, relives Consumption, cures
Croup and pain mthe Chest in one night
It is just the remedy for hard times. V n ,:ù
8oldb >'|
H. T- MADGWICK, j
OAflPENTEfA AND BUILDER
LEWISTON; IDAHO,
Tutfs Pills
CURE
Malaria, Dumb Chills,
Fever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks.
«ÎMÂîï&SaSÏÏ; "»«»ral evar.
daily biwine*«. a fi r ti i ,?, ,crr * re with
hüLD LV EHVWHEIIE.
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LEWISTON
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LEWISTON
IDAHO
QESlSFUltmsiUltQ Goods,
I -Family G-rcceriss, Etc 0>
I 8. WI.HENTIULLER; 23 (f
bank of lewiston.
•ToIua Unx-lio, Bnixlt«A.
Transacts a General Banking Business
moite-y to loan
OX Loxn OR SHORT TIME.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
»•Shestcash price paid f„r Wheat and Barley, j
Cattle Bought and Sold.
Main Street - . Lewiston, Idaho.
>3
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r-v* ■ ; :r î
ITSTEW
Ï ^ SHOE SfOEE.
Sale Work, c-i oan Fncisco.
Make, f 3 cld Cheap
for Cash.
WOMEN, CHILDREN ar t MEN - i Vi:A ,
SMT- A'l elafs/s of w-uk mannf.<v:» r «j tc
nier. Repairing neatly aad prcinpHy .h, n «.
GEORG? GLASS,
Montgomery at., Lewiston, I T.
WHEELWRIGHT SHOP.
sa.'=i.. A. AG'S
LOT WT ff.cj etc
-«> . 0 . x. i J. <of 4A-J 'Cj
A Ekilir.il wfcee:right i. l.vaterl. n la. .-tree*
and is pa-pared to pc. form go ,1 work
in his line upon 'i..rt notice.
Hlii'AiMKd t A R lll.'i fl Ks and W \ v!ON
nittdo a »pp-uialty,
Call an.1 oe him. Off.
COOK & SCflüBEfti™
WAKQimmim
BLAOESIlYiiMS!
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
SdTRepairing promptly dime, at moderate
prieea.
NEAR BAIRD'S STABLE,
LEWISTON - IDAHO
47-tf
F SUIT TliSKgs
(it/Oi) ;"icl: v .i <i cli. a t ;•.()• Î.
fKUlT THE ho m SALE,
L/j i.\ *öT0N KgRSF.RY.
On east end c-i Main st., Lewiston. I. T.
21 K\ ANS & WESSELS.
O'. 13. X\ATE1 jXTO I\A TaT,
x *(ÿ\- ,»-■> -
COFFI MS i CASKETS
lurnishctl at ?liort notice au l at ?oa?©nal!«
Main St. at head of L» ciston.
WEAK, KERV0U9 PEOPLE
< them puffertnar frsn
a ii t tüor« puticrlnar irsn
40.. - SÄ'ÄÖ
V-"'-
;< fmn. ue Ktvc-tro
' ' * !Ml. ThOUMB«!«
.'An.»:.. It * IMt. Thou wir. «4
i.i ;R<-'Viii. m h:t\d Inin cured
y Alt* ii*:«tily ■■ .r b.'iifit' licit. LIt-cIrSo
Xv» : t «• a it.hu *. . E iu. A void worthlessh»*
ttatioiib t.i.J Lok'u.t f-n;;-i-.it Ù- ; Electric Tru.we«
t-a.itiirt . 7 g t urt i t. : d i-t tiup foi pnniphloL
tR. W. J. ftGKNE, ÉKVEM7Û8, (SI -VABAoH ÄV., CHißACO.
I>. D. BUNNELL,• agent at Lswietan
Idaho
3i-iy
CALIFORNIA
BBIWEBY,
.YEAR HEAD OP FIRST ST.,
WEI 3 GELBER BROS, Prop'*
LEWISTON. I. T.
T-fr- c '•ALL AY!, SEE US » t>
O. K & 1ST.
EXCHANGE.
F YOU WANT A
NICE DRINK
— or a—
GOOD CIGAR.
* c Ul' int.» the O# K. a X. Exchange laloo*
ou Main Struct. 43tf
X. 1*. HEUriTIIlRG.
pUsOTHFW«
V CLEANED,
-AND
lti;PAIKfci> TO ORDER*
15-3m :id Street. LEWISTON I,*

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