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D. BUNNELL, agent at Lewiston Idaho. 31.ly. OPIÏTION OP ATTORNEY OEN BEAL JOHNSON. The reporter of the Review met Attorney-General Johnson, of Boise City, and had the following interview with him. Here is wliat the Review *i»P : lion. It, L. Johnson, attorney-genera! for Idaho, who is spending a few deys in the city, was yesterday approached by Review reporter with a vi*w of hearin something concerning mixed political situation over there. EFFECT OF BUCK'* CANDIDACY. "Mr. Johnson, what effect will Judge Buck's candidacy have on the general result in rcfeience to the delcgatcsbip ?" asked the reporter. It will have little or no effect on the general result," he replied. "Judge Buck's prinoipal vote will come from No* Perce and Latah counties, where the annexation feeling is the strongest. The people in the Coeur d'Alene mining region are indifferent, while in South Idaho the people will fight annexation to the bitter end. They ore all unalterably opposed to any division of the territory." "How do the people of tho Southern part of the territory feel on the question of aunexing Southern Idaho to Nevada ?" "They are solidly opposed to it. They consider Nevada a rotton borough, which is now and always has been con trolled by men having their headquarters in San Francicso. Its senators are non residents, and the Btate is notoriously politically corrupt. We want and will have nothing to do with Nevada. In this connection I will state that the reason we are so bitterly opposed to tho annexation of North Idaho to Washing ton is that the ultimate result will be the annexation of the Southern portion to Nevada, in accordance with Senator Stewart's plan. Mr. Stewart cares nothing whetever about the annexation of the pan-handle to Washington, accept so far as it* will assist him in his scheme to secure the annexation of Southern Idaho to Nevada." DUBOU' OHAKCBB. the somewhat i '•What are Mr. Dubois' prospects for re-election ?" "Exceedingly favorable. I am a democrat, and, of course, shall support Mr. Hawley, hut, like many others, I rcc r-y;s ÎZÜ til! hard work Mr Dubois has done in eon tress, and feel gratified to Slim. lie * is aa -agreeable disuppoint Iß Mit, and did much better than was expected ol him. He will secure many democratic votes, not culy because of the good work * 10 kts done, but because the people believe bo has more influence at Washington than Mr. Hawley would hare, Mr. Dubois' father was a popular public man iu Illinois for many years, ami Senator Cullum and other influential men, who were his friends, show their appreciation of him by helping his son aloug in every way they cau." THE MORMONS. "What will bo tho effect of the Mormon vote in tho country?" "The Mormons are nearly all demo crats, but under a recent ruling of Jud Burns of the Third district, Mormons will not be allowed to vote, even after they have taken the test oath. Had it not been for this decision we would have elected Mr. Hawley. Thu Third district oompri-.es tho principal Moi mon counties, and under Judge Burns' decision fifteen hundred Mormons, who would have voted the democratic ticket, have been disfranchised. The Mormons seem sincere in their determination to renounce polygamy, and the bishops claim that it is no loDger taught as a part of the faith of tho church. It appears, however, that Judge Burns had little faith in their sincerity in taking the test oath, and ruled accordingly. Still, we believe that Mr. Hawley bas a fighting chance, and that the contest will be very close." Sprauue, W. T., Oet. 20.—[Special to the Review .—This morning Joshua Katon srarted home irom Sprague in an intoxicated condition, and when about five miles trom town he fell out of his wigon and broke hia neck. He was tonud lying in the road dead, by A. W. McDonald, ot F air view. FROM MURRAY. Murray, I. T., Oet. 21, 1888. Editot Teller : Cold winter is coming on and the high mountains arc again white capcd with Ihcir winter dress. Placer mining goes on slowly, lor on tbo dry ravines and hillsides tho water has long since disappeared and no rain to raise any of the creeks, so lar, and no good prospects of any soon. Quito a stampede is going on to tho Pen d'Oroillo lake, iu Mon tana, where a very rich strike of chloride was struck that goes away up iu silver, and is said to bo a largo and extensive country to prospect in. Many are gone, and still they go in all shapes. From hero it is easy rcacht'd via Thompson Falls and railroad to Hope, Idaho, and then across the lake by stoamer to the Lime Kilu, thence six miles on the mountain side. Supplies can bo had cheap at Hope, and no doubt many will winter there. Well, polities arc vety hot, in fact red heat, and last evening Dubois, Gen. Roberts, of Hailey, ar.d Judge Clagget, held forth to the voters a torch light parade, of the Dubois club, iQ full uniform, and the Mttiray Cornet land was the out door, exercise. After a mounted escort met the party at Delta, and, under their guidance, Fred came into Murray in grand style ut the club room. Handsome Fred did the first act in speaking and ho did not hare his lesson good. Willis' last speech was not fully committed, but lie blundered away through the lead tarif]' for an hour or more, for that is tho bait held out to catch miners vote. One thing, be is still a republican and is going to be if left out in the count in November. He held oat to the gage of many how things would be if Voorhccs and Hawley should be elected, as ho was the only delegate from the territoiies that was not afraid of the party lash, but bravely stood by the lead interest of the Gem of the mountains, in spite of Mills, Cleve land and oompauy, and was going to run on as in d< on he a on his merits and receive his reward for Willis and company, by a re-election. Thanking the people for past favors he asked for a continuance of their patron age, and having got through bis lesson, as drafted by Willis, lie kindly retired. Judge Clagett was in on tbo second act in a pantoniine and lie riddled the d< mocraoy and annexationists in a kindly spirited way, until wo thought a Ch .c land hat or an annexationists could not be found, but they were there like Banquos ghost, they would not stay down aud bobbed up serenely iu the torch ligh s ail around. Tho judge gave a good lesson on the tariff and held up Fred in spien did shape as the learned cud handsome member of the United States Congress and gave tho democracy a hard Lit, fur he smote them hip and thigh, and the bbuk bands fell right and left for a while. Yeal Selch, wo d n't think the judge likes ono of tho dents any more than his love for an auncxutionir.t, aud his prayer for the latter was, he thanked God that Cleveland vetoed tho annexation hill. That is one act that he felt more kindly to the democrats. So you people see lmw Fred s'an.ls when ■ his fuglo mau gives tho war clan his piboch. So all good friends of annexa. ! tion know now there ù no niprcy for them if Dubois gets tlicie. But in conversation with one of bis henchmen, he told us he did not want the votes ol the annexationists, of Nez Peroo, Idaho, Latah and Kootenai counties. We suppose he has enough without them and their 2,000'votes are not necessary nor not needed at all. They don't count for a South Idaho anti, tho Buck. Tho counties are holos in the grouud and the ignorant ranchers are of no value in an election where brains, good looks and reliable henchmen are to run. After an hour of quite a fair talk, including the prayer for annexationists, thj judge quietly took his seat, and the next speaker was Gen. Roberts, of Hailey, and lately from Nebraska. Mr. Roberts gave a very nice view ot the tariff ques tion and of national affairs, and gave some good strong reasons why protection' should bo maintained and why the republican national ticket ought to be elected. He is a good fluent speaker and confined his remarks to tariff and the very paramount question in Idaho territory, tho blasted Mormons, who have inoie wives than we ans and whose only chattels are wives and females. We judge that the general did not fully understand the annexation question, so let her go Galagher, and thus wo un* escaped another terrible tongue enstiga tiou from silver tongued orators and Dubois' fuglemen at Murray. Nez Perce. The Escaped Prisoners. The Review gives the tînmes of the twenty-one escaped prisoners from the 8p(.k«ne jail. ilie names of the prisoners escaped and the crimes for which they were incarcerated are as follows : Jama# Johnson, burglary ; Johh Cellars, may hem ; George Miller, murder; P. 0. Noyer, selling liquor to Indians; Chu. Williams and Josiah Sublette, neno ■ t) ,i C vos ; •John Leonatd, thief; George B. Reese and Thomas Bums, stealing traveling man at depot ; Ivarnest Kelly, thief ; James Forbes, tho Sunny Side burglar; J. B. Sweeney, robbery ; John Adams, burglar ; John Johnson, assault ; W. F. Brown, forgery; Thomas O'Neil, burglar; James Morria,' burglar; Ed. Dwyer and Ed Speara^ selling liquor to Indians ; X'harles Dann, larceny ; James Lane, horse thief. ! „ r ip f rom Those who read Attorney-Genenl Johnson's interview, between the linen, will discover that the democrats of Sontk Idaho are prepared to vote for Mr. Dubois to defeat annexation. This is an old story. The republicans of that section wooM do tho same by Hawley. * Meantime Judge Buck ie in thn leU and we prediet that he will reoeive wmi votes in the North than either DuboiaW Hawley.— Review.