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\ iii> •'.5s, TERMS IN ADVANCE. msm 13, -P EVOTEP T ° rHE BEST interests of northernidaho AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY. LEWISTON, BOARIO TERRITORY , T II U USD \ V, OCTOBER 2», |SSS. f if F2R YEAR lllTMKFsR 4 5 Gß et> r s Gß © if) B ta ^ sr S' 5?^ •>; Ü* 2 . « Cß KKKSKB » Gß / • y: . •! G B5jö • ?R^se»-V>VV^- : < - *• \ " / .«£ ■ 'r 4 ^ •*?! K ; fefr.»---—-• ......v • . ' fir 8 '/ « ' .•■'•. ■ V- v -' * • v • - N '* , . ..J -v. ■ / .-'•■? G. ÄTj -t •< Gß :?ï?3?3 W B S fl S B 3 ^taEsrr^s-d VI 02 9 asussTsacsKk^i L?~. Ga^Ti >r. .V*-?-^WlE«»OrCJ5<.'-Tr' T" sAVx 1 HE LEWISTON TELLER Published Every Thursday Evening —BY— A. LELAND 8> SON, Tinas of Subscription, a! Coin R-le? : •iHOLiCsrr pkt; Trar .......................$3 00 " " Six Months.................. 2 00 " " Two Moxths............ „... 1 00 SlB(U N,labor.................................... 10 P.epajBeat in all oases demanded. All pa S ers diseaatinuea when time of subsoriptiov u expired. ALONZe LELAND. CIIAS. F. LELAND. 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In Coin : Summon*, Sheriff's Sales and all other le gal notices per inch first insertion.,... ..$1 50 Lach subsequent insertion.............. 50 All transient advertisements and notices prepayment demanded, all others paya ble quarterly. SPOKANE -PALOUSE Ha I U O AD, Stages will leave Lewiston every morning At 6 o'clock, for UNIONTOWN, auJ COLTON, Connection wuh lhe S. & P. Railroad for Pullman, Pulouso City, Garlieid, Belmont and Spokane; and on Tues d^y, Thursday and Saturday tor Colfax —Will leave Colf.ix oa Monday, Wedaeaduy and Friday, and Colton and I moatown, daily, on tho arrival of train from Spokaua. Learn Lewi,ton, dady, at J* P- m -. cnnneoling with the train at Celtoa. ■ OtBea, at Kaymond Home; Calfax dffioe at Baldwia Houae: Colton afioa at Colton Hotel. R. II. DUFF, Prop. i>8tf PHYSICIANS. F. S. STIRLING, M. D om33-~c>a Main fta3*mond lit uso est, tvç-» loors a H. V». STAINTON. Physician and Surgeon, LEWISTON, I. T, Offlco and Rcsidon.ie—Montgomery Street (load of Fourth. -tf J. B. MORRIS M. D. Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE—in Hale Jt Cooper's building. RES IDENCE—at T. S. Hilling's, Lewiston Idaho. 33-3ra. C. W. SHAFF. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office ©n north aido of Main street, over First National Bank. 31 if F. j. BOSTON, DENTIST. All dental surgery performed skillfully and gauranteed to give satisfaction or money re fun led. Office—Up stairs in Vollmer A Co.'s brick building, Lewiston, Idaho. 51 iUPTURE Lined. Uuaraateed the Imicniu Electric dt J ttrrrni. St n.nttflr. Powerful, imnhble. ■ft Effective. Avoid frauds. ■w" u72iu.'~ r A «*«•' '»•'•'li on »l.EA.ta. *• HUNfe. iN JtNTM, i Ji Wabash ml Chicacl D. D. BUNNELL, agent at Lewiston Idaho. ' 31. ly. DUBOIS- SPEECH IN 1080. I>y request we publish the following ns Sir. Dubois' speech mado to the citizens of Lewiston on the evening of Oct. 15, LSSfi: "1 he ntiBoSiulot) (jUcstion is the most perplexing issue in ynur politics. Per sonally, as you know, I am opposed to the segregation of this territory, so is my opponent Mr. Ilailcy. I will not pledge myself to work officially lor the passage of a bill annexing theso four northern counties to Washington or Montana. I could not if I would, I would not if I could. Thero is a hill now pending in tho senate based upon the plallorms sub mitted by both parties two years ago. I had nothing to do with that bill; I will not oppose, nor havo I ever opposed it. If I pm elected I do not take my seat until March 4, 1887. If the present bill become a law, then the question is settled and I shall not bo called upon to act in the premises. If it is not settled by the present congress then it must be presented to the newly elected body as a new measure. In Shoshone county tho question of annexation to Washington or Montana will be submitted to a vote of the people this fall. They will settle the question themselves, and it the ques tiuu is presented in congress next year, I suppose that they will demand that their wishes be respected. I concede that in this county and Idaho county the people desire annexation to Wash ington. I can only say to you that if I am elected I will present to congress fair ly and impartially, without prtjudice, any petition you may send. I will introduce to committees uuy gentlemen you may send to Washington to advocate the measure as responsible and reliable, and as correctly representing the wishes of your people. I must and will do the same thing for any other section of the territory. Officially, I must and will represent fairly and impartially every section of Idaho and tho wishes of its people. I cannot do less than represent all sections of tha territory and I cannot do more. If by vote the people of Sho shone county favor annexation to Mon tana I should expect the new bill to re spect their choice. I will not oppose yonr wishes officially; I will ace officially that yon are fairly heard and yonr claims justly represented. There is so much conflict now on this question that, in my judgement, you ahouid send delegations of business men, irrespective of party, to V. ashington to present your wishes and then lit congress decide the issue between you. I consider this my duty in the premises. I would not do more or less, whether you give me one vote or one thousand. You nro at liberty to Tulli-h n;y pe-ihmn ail over the territory, i do r.i t .-l.iik any rejpc-nsibaiti, and do mned that Mr. Hailey come torward and and define his position, and that lie conic in time to give his views to the whole territory. I might go further than this. The Mormon question is the all absorb ing question ol the people of South Ida ho, and that is the question upon which they wiil vote. It is a question with us for existence. There is not an honest, man in Sou'h Idaho who would pledge himself to work for annexation before this question is settled, and there is not an honest man in South Idaho who will oppose annexation if the Mormon ques tion were settled. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Continued from last week. THIRD DAY, OCT. 10, 1883. Board met pursuant to adjournment, Pr osent as before. In the matter of the report of S. L. Campbell, II. II. Gray and Geo W. Foiled, viewers on road petitioned for by Henry IlcieiFelt and others, a hearing on which was set for this date, Losenzo Schumaker, by his attorney Jasper Band, appeared before the board and filed his objections to the introduction of the viewers report, surveyor's report and plat for reason that same does net show that it was mado by any legal authority. L. Schumaker, James Farlinger and S. Dahm were duly sworn and examined in opposition to said road and as to the damage it would occasion the said L. Schumakor. The same was then Sub mitted and the board took the case under advisement. The hoard adjourned to met to morrow morning at 10 o'clock A. M. FOURTH DAY, OCT. 11, 1888. 1 he board met pursuant to adjourn ment, present ss before. The petition of S. G. Ieamao et a), for tho surveying of a road from the Tammany school house down Tammany Iloilow to Snake river near tho Asotin ferry, was granted and the road otdered to be surveyed, October 24, 1888. Tho report of Hobt. Inghram and W. P. Bell, viewers on a proposed road petitioned for by Hank Trimble ct al., was examined, approved and the road J declared a county road as viewed, stir j veyed and platted, and the same ordered opened. The report W. I*. Poll, Wm. Black and John Hewitt, v iewers on a proposed road as petitioned tof by A. Etnptman and others in tp 23 n r 2 w, was ex amined, approved and the road declared a county road as viewed, surveyed and platted, and is hereby ordered opened. Tho petition of 8. G. Isumau and other! for two county roads, was ex amined and it appearin'; to tho satisfac tion of the board that the various pro visions of the road law had been com plied with, and a sufficient bond having been filed with the clerk of tho board, the board appointed W. J. Ivukin, John N. Lindsey and W. J*. Bell viewers to view and Burvey said road on the 22nd day of October, 1888, and report to the board on or before tho 13th day of January 1889. The application of G L Kirk for a license to maintuin and operate a ferry across the Saake river at or near AsotiD, Washington Territory, was approved and he having made the necessary report and filed a bond as required by law, the board ordered that upi)n payment of the sum of five dollars a license bo granted to the said G L Kirk for a space of one year. The reports of road overseers were examined, approved and accounts allowed on the general road fund as follows: Anthony V Hoofer, Dist. No. 3, 869 00 ; Chas. Westendahl dist. No. 9,842; G E Stiles dist. No. 13,810; Ulrich Leinhard, dist. No. 11, $12; John G Rccsc, dist. No. 18, 86; John Grimes, dist. No. 20, S30 ; A J Glass, dist. No. 25, 8391 62 ; 0 D Arm strong, dist. No. 26, 812; Juhn Divcrd, dist. No. 27, 815. Tho hour ot adjournment having now arrived the board adjourned to meet to morrow morning at 10 o'clock A. M. FIFTH DAY, OCfl 12, 188«. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment, present as before, _ In the matter of jhe report of the viewers on the Heidfeilj road, the board having the same under advisement and being unable, from the evidence, to arrive at any definite conclusion relative to the damages said proposed road would occasion the said Lorenzo Schumaker, adjourned for tho purpose of viewing the promises and assessing the damages. AFTliRNOOX SESSION'. Now nt this time the. hoard having returned from tho premises of L. Seim maker, ordered that the report of th, viewers ho approved and that 31 To he aliowod the said L. Schumaker for damages sustained and a warr.r.t ii her by ordered drawn in fin , r of K A Sampson, overseer of road district No 2. for the sura of 8175 in payment of said damages. Tho hour of adjournment having now arrived the board adjourned to uied to morrow nt 9 o'clock A. M. sixth day, oct. 13, 1838. The board met pursuant to adjourn meut, present ns before. '1 he file of bills of the general road fund was taken up and accounts allowed as follows : II B Hoolbrook viewing road $6; E li Cawley, chaioman. S ': Wm Buoye, chainman, 82 ; G \V Follett, viewing road, $6; M L Ward, viewing road, 84; W S Dyer, vie. un; road, $6; A Colburn, viewing road, £:3; Calvin V Norton, ehainmau, 82: T) Cameron, chainman, $2; S S Hallen - beck chainman $4; Eugene Thomas, surveying road, $2; A G Wisner, view ing road, §9; W P Bell surveyor 837.50; L Sle.nnus, nrdsc for road purrjoses, 827 50; Jno P Vollmer & Co, mdse, for road purposes, $26 38; F G Hanna, road plows, $S4; P Barton, falaeksaiith ing, 85 50; James McFadden, labor on roads, $127 90; Anthony V Hoofer, hauling lumber, $16; A Levy, refunded road-tax, 816 65; Walter M Fee, re funded road-tax, $1 50; M Lydon, labor onroad. $120. The tilo of bills on the fcrulgo fund was examined and accounts allowed as follows : F L Bell, lumber, 839 28; Kaufmann <fc Vansicklc, lumber, $26; Catherine Burns, lumber, $22 So' Shissler à Co., lumber, $10; Whitioger Wbithside & Co, 878 36; Skecls" <t Moore, lumber, $14 97; E Erickson, lumber, 8162 15. Hanson & Tallact made application fof liccQsc to operate Hntwai terry across Clearwater, which was granted. It was ordered by the board that The money to the credit of school district No 45 remain to the credit of aaid district; the failure of «aid district to hold the terms of school required by law having been caused by contaseons disease. The Kroniioger and Bel) road leading 14 80 from Lewiston to mouth of Tammany, was ordered opened tor public travel. Bmird adjourned to nleet to merrow morning at 9 o'clock. SEVENTH DAY, OCT. 16, 1838. Board met pursuant to adjournment, present ns before. Bills on hospital fund were taken up anil accounts allowed as follows 8. WsKI. utfcaler, mdse furnished county charge, $20; J P Vollmer & (V mdse, furnished county charge, $10; C W 8ha!f, quarter salary as county physician, $75; James Johnston, balance dim on keeping county charge, $24. Bills on current expense fund were taken up and accounts allowed us follows: i' M Davis, qr. salary and expense $262; F E Mix, qr salary, $325; A Leland & Son, printing, 830 15; A QuackeDbnsh, printing, $25; G E Beeson, priming, $6; F II Grierson, copying report adjusters, 825; J Q Moxley, stationery, $11 45; S G Daman & Co , stationery, $2 60; I P Vollmrr & Ct>., mdse, to county elSccrs, $5; C C Bunnell, mdse, to 0 mr.ty officers, $7 92; M M Williams, furniture, $63 75; David Johnson, hlaeksmithing. $2 75; P Barton, black smithing, $1; Milton Kelly, printing register books, $15; S J Langdon, ser vices as jailor and printiug, $55 50; W S Buck, cash paid express, $2; I O Uattabaugh, cash paid for stationery and express $26 10. Bills on general fund were taken up and accounts allowed as follows: 1 C Iluttabaugh qr salary $250 00 J Q Moxley qr salary school superintendent 11 G 66 W M Kioe qr salary as probato judge 137 50 A Quackenbush qr salary as district attorney 500 00 S J Lingdon qr salary as sheriff 6S7 50 F H Grierson qr salary as clerk of court J K Viucent, bailiff, . A D McCoy, constable, W A Simpson, coroner, C W Shaff, examinations insane T H Hudson, justioo of the pence, - „ w The bill of J D Knight was exatniaad and not allowed. Not a legal charge 150 00 0 00 19 80 17 60 30 00 against Nea Peres county. The bill of 8amnel Ns -------fewell for 813, for night-watchman's services, was not allowed. Accounts allowed on rend fend aff follows: M J Shields t Co., mdse. |106 W Continued on Fourth png«.