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THE LEWISTON TELLER
CITY ANU COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Ill TELLER hoe the largeet circulation o)
anp paper in Iforth Idaho.
RFTERED at tie Lemieton Toet Office
a# eeeond ehlet matter.
TI1UKBDAY........................OCT. 10, «>89.
[Continued from First poge.\
mooicipa! corporations in existence at the
time of the adoption of this Constitution,
•hall have the beoefit of any future
legislation, without first filing in the
office of the Secretary of Stato an ac-
ceptance of the provisions of this Con-
•titution in binding form.
- Sec. 8. The right of eminent domain
shall never be abridged, nor so ^onatrned
as to prevent the Legislature from taking
the property and franchisee of incorpor
ated companies, and eub?octing them to
public use the same as the property of
individuals ; and the police powers of
the State shall never be abridged or so
■construed as to permit corporations to
conduct their business in such manner as
to infringe the equal rights of individuals,
-or the general well being of the State.
Sec. 9. No corporation shall issue
stocks or bonds, exoept for labor done,
services performed, or money or property
actually received, and all fictitious increase
of stock or indebtedness shall be void.
The stock of corporations shall not be
inoroased except in pursuance of general
law, nor without the consent of the
persons holding a majority of the stock,
first obtained at a meetin held after at
least thirty days notice given in pursu
anoeoflaw.
8 ec. 10. No foreign corporation
shall do any business in this State with
out having one or more known plaoes of
business, and an authorised agent or
agents in the same, upon whom progress
may be versed ; and no company or cor
poration formed under the laws of any
other country, State or Territory, shall
have ot be allowed to exercise or enjoy
within this State, any greater rights or
privileges than those possessed or enjoyed
by corporations of the same or similar
character created under the laws of this
State.
Sec. 11. No street or other railroad
shall be constructed within any oitj
town or incorporated village, without the
consent of the looal authorities having
the control of the street or highway
proposed to be occupied by such street or
other railroad.
Sec. 12. The Legislature shall pass
no law for the benefit of a railroad or
other corporation, or any individual or
. association of individuals, retroactive in
its operation, or which imposes on the
people of any oounty or municipal sub
division of the State a new liability in
respeet to transactions or considerations
already past.
Sec. 18. Any association or corpora
tion, or the lesseo or managers thereof,
organised for the purpose, or any indi
vidual, shall have the right to construct
and maintain lines of telegraph or tele
phono within this State, and oonneot the
same with other lines ; and the Lcgis
lature shall by general law ot uniform
operation, provide reasonable regulations
to give full effect to this section.
8eo. 14. If any railroad, telegraph
express or other corporation, organised
under any of the laws of this State, shall
consolidate by sale or otherwise with any
railroad, telegraph, express or other cor
poration, organised under any of the
laws of any other State nr Territory, or
of the United States, the same shall not
thereby become a foreign corporation
but the courts of this State shall retain
jurisdiction over that part of the corpor
ate property within the limits of the
State in all matters that may arise as if
raid consolidation had not taken place.
8ic. If. The Legislature shall not
pws any law permitting the leasing or
a ienation oi any franchise so
release or relieve tho franchise or proper
ty held thereunder from any of the
liabilities of the lessor or grantor, or
lessee or grantee, contracted or incurred
in the operation, rse or enjoyment ol
such franchise, or any of its privileges.
Sec. 16. The term "corporal icn," as
used in this Article, shall be held and
construed to include all associations and
joint slock companies, having or exercis
ing any of the powers or privileges of
corporations not possessed by individuals
or partnerships.
Sec 17. Dues from private cor
porations shall be secured by such means
as may be prescribed by law, but in no
case shall any stockholder be individually
liable in any amount over or abovo the
•mount of stock owned by him.
Sec. 18. That no incorpnratcd com
pany, nr any association of persons or
stock company, in the State of Idaho,
•hall directly or indirectly combine or
make any contract with any other incor
porated company, foreign or domestic,
through their stockholders or the trustees
or assignees of such stockholders, or in
any manner whatsoever, for the purpose
of fixing the price or regulating the pro
«faction of any article ot commerce or of
produce of the soil, or of consumption hy
the cities nnd towns, in proportion to
the population, which laws may be altered
the people, and that the Legislature be
required to pass laws for the enforce
ment thereof, by adequate penalties, to
the extent, if necessary for that purpose,
of the forfeiture of their property and
franchise.
ARTICLE XII.
CORPORATIONS—MUNICIPAL.
Sec. 1. The Legislature shall pro
vide by general laws for the incorpora
tion, organization and classification, of
amended or repealed by tbe general laws.
Cities and towns heretofore incorporated
may become organised under snch general
laws whenever a majority of the electors
•t a general election shall so determine,
under such provision therefor as may be
made by tbe Leeislature.
Sec. 2. Any county, nr incorporated
city or town, may make and enforce
within its limits, all such local, police,
sanitary and other regulations as are not
in conflict with its charter or with the
general laws.
Sec. 3. The State shall never assume
the debts of any county, town or other
municipal corporation, unless snch debts
shall have been created to repel invasion,
suppress insurrection or defend the State
in war.
Sec. 4. No county, town, city or
other municipal corporation, by vote of
its citizens or otherwise, shall ever be
come a stockholder in any ioint stock
company, corporation or association what
ever, or raise money for, or make
donation or loan its credit to, or in oi<i
of, any such company corporation or
association : Provided , That cities and
towns may contract indebtedness for
school, water, sanitary and illuminating
purposes : Provided, That soy city or
town contracting such indebtedness shall
own its just proportion of the property
thus oreated, and receive from any in
come arising therefrom its proportion to
the whole amount so invested.
ARTICLE XIII.
IMMIGRATION AND LABOR.
Sec. 1. There shall bo established a
Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Sta
tistics, which shall bo under' tbe ohargi
of a Commissioner of Immigration,
Labor and Statistics, who shall be ap
pointed by the Governor, by and with
the oonsent of tbe Senate* Tbe Com
mitsioner shall hold his office for two
ears and until his successor shall have
been appointed
sooner removed. The Commissioner
shall collect information upon tbo sub
ject of labor, its relation to capital, the
hours ot labor and the earnings of labor
ing men and women, and the means of
promoting their material, social, intellec
tual and moral prosperity. Tho Com
missioner shall annually make a report in
writing to tho Governor of the State,
of the information collected and collated
by him, and containing such recommen
dations as ho may deem calculated to
promote the efficiency ot the Bureau.
Sec. 2. Not more than eight (8)
hours actual work shall constitute a law
ful day's work on all State and municipal
works.
Sro. 3. All labor of convicts eon
fined in the State's prison shall bo door
within the prison grounds, except where
the work is done on publio works Und-.-r
the direct control of the State.
Sec. 4. The employment of children
under the age of fourteen (14) years in
under ground mines is prohibited.
Sec. 6. No person not a citizen o!
tbe United States, or who has not de
clared his intentions to become such, shall
be employed upon or in connection with
any State or municipal works.
Sec. 6. The Legislature shall pro
vide, by proper legislation, for giving to
mechanics, laborers and material men, an
adequate lien on the subject matter ol
their labor.
Sec. 7. The Legislature may cstab
lieh Boards of Arbitration, whose duty it
shall be to bear and determine all dif
ferences and controversies between lobor
era and their employers, which may be
submitted to them in writing by all the
parties. Such BoaTds or Arbitration
shall possess all the powers and authority,
in respect to administering oaths, sub
poenaing witnesses and compelling their
attendance, preserving order during the
sittings of the board, punishing for con
tempt, and requiring the protection ol
papers and writings, and all other powers
and privileges, in their nature applicable,
conferred by law on Justices of the
Peace.
Sec. 8. The Commissioner of Im
migration, Labor and Statistics, shall
perform such duties and receive such
compensation as may be prescribed by
law.
[Continued next week]
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most successful
Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few
dews, invariably cure the worst cases of Cough,
Croup and Bronchitis, while it, wonderful
success in the care ef Consumption is without
a parallel in tbe history of medicine. Sine,
it's first discovery it hss been sold on a
guarantee, a teat whieh no other medieine ean
stand. If you have a Cough we earnestly ask
you to try it. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and
»MHI. If ynnr Lungs are aore. Chest or
Back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster.
Sold by (saman A Co., Lewiston, Idaho.
PALACE SALOON
F. Ross, Proprietor,
Keeps constantly on hand
The A No. 1 Colter Whiskey.
ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS.
Martel and Jlennesy Hrand
tes fot family use.
BEST BRAND OF CIGAR.
Long-Standing
Blood Diseases are cured by
tbe persevering use of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla.
. This medicine is •& Alterative, and
causes • radical change in the system.
The process, in some cases, may not be
quite so rapid as in others ; but, with
persistence, the result Is certain.
Head these testimonials : —
"For two years 1 suffered from a se
vere pain in my right side, and had
other troubles caused by ». torpid liver
and dyspepsia. After giving several
medicines a (air trial without a cure, 1
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I
was greatly benefited by the first bottle,
and after taking five bottles I was com
pletely cured.' — John W. Benson, 70
Lawrence at., Lowell, Mass.
Last May a large carbuncle broke out
on my arm. The usual remedies had no
effect and I was confined to my bed (or
eight weeks. A friend induced me to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Less than three
bottles healed the sore. In all my exp»
rience with medicine, I never saw more
Wonderful Results.
Another marked effect of the use of this
medicine was the strengthening of my
eight." —Mrs. t'arrio Adams, Holly
Springs, Texas.
" I hail a dry scaly humor for years,
and suffered terribly ; anil, as my broth
er and sister were similarly afflicted, 1
presume the malady is hereditary. Last
winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernandina,
Fla., ) recommended roe to take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, nnd coutiuue it for a year.
For five months I took it daily. I have
not had a blemiali upon my body for the
last three months." — T. E. Wiley, 140
Chambers st., New York City.
" Last fall and winter I was troubled
with a dull, heavy pain in my side. I
did not notice it much at first, but it
gradually grew worse until it became
almost lintienrable. During the latter
part of this time, disorders of the stom
ach and liver increased my troubles. I
began takln" Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and,
after faithfully continuing the use of
this medicine for some months, the pain
disappeared and I was completely
cured."—Mrs. Augusta A. Furbusli,
Haverhill. Mass. •
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mas*.
Tries fit ; six boulot, $6. Worth $6 a bottle.
LAND SCRIP
WK HAVR FOR SAX.B
P3BTERFIELD, VALEBTKE, SiGitf
HALF-BHEEG fp SSiHittS
\dditioiml Homestead Serin, which enu be used
In purchasing Oovermrcut I-ands.
We buy and aell TERRITCFMAL, County.
~ity and School Bond*, and Trnnr.ict a general
banking business. Write for further particulars.
S. A. KEAN & CO.,
100 WASHINGTON TT., CHICAGO, ILL
fie enoAowAY. ncv; von*.
A Woman*« Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has been
made end that too by a Indy in this country.
Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for
seven years she withstood its severest tests,
but her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of us a bottle of King's New Dis
oovery for Consumption and was so much re
lieved on taking first doso that she slept nil
night and with one bottle'hns been miraculous
ly cured. Her name is Mrs. I.other Lute."
Thus write W. C. Ilamriok & Co., of bhelhy,
N. C—Get a froe trial bottle at Dr. J. Q.
Mexley's drug store.
The Verdict Unanimous,
W.D. Suit, Druggist, Dippus, Ind., testi
fies: "lean recommend Kleetrio Hitters
the very best remedy Every bottle sold his
given relief in every case. One man took six
bottles nnd was cured of Rheumatism of ten
years' standing." Abraham Hare, druggest*
Belleville, Ohio, affirms : "The best selling
medicine I have ever handled in my twenty
years experience, is Mectrio Bitters." Thou
sands of others have added their testimony, so
that tho verdict is unanimous that Eleoiric
Hitters do cure all diceasps of the Livor, Kid
neys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at
Dr. J. Q. Moxley's drug store.
c iusm Xi A DungSTon« Fecit
fû thê kidneys. When Inactive they speedily
tall into disrepair. Those obstinate and fatal
maladies, Bright's disease and diabetes, ensue
With terrible certainty upon tho inaction ot
tho organa affected. Catarrh of the bladder,
enuresis, gravel and strangury aro alee to ho
apprehended from a partial paralysis of the
bladder, of which weakness und bin
the causes. Hosteller's Hornach Sitters 10
a fine tonic and promoter of activity for the
renal organs, and one which can be relied
upon t
withou
from U.---------------------------- _
commerce. A further benedeent effect ot the
Bitters, by renewing activity of the kidneys»
is to enabfo them to drain tn
it exciting them—an efleet to be feared
the uumeuieatod alcoholic excitant ot
t tho bio
passage through them, imparities pro.
anctive of rhenmnti-mr.nd dropsy. Herr
ne.., fevor and ague, constij
pepua aro conquered by the.
rtrori.T Nervoua.
""âttMn.* 8 * *****
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
I. it not worth tbe »mall price of 75 eeata to
free yourself of every symptom of these dis
tressing complaints, if yen think so cal! at oar
•tore and g.t a bottle of ."hiloh's Vitallaer.
Every bottle has a printed guarantee on it, uae
accordingly, and it it d--cs you no good it will
cost you nothing. Sold by S G laaman A Ce
Lewiston. Idaho.
We have a speedy and positive Curs for
Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker Mouth and
Head-Ache, in SHILOH'S CATABRff
REMEDY. A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle. Uae it if yon desire health end sweet
breath. Price 50 cents, bold by 8 G
Isauian At'o. Lewiston, Idaho.
THE LEFFEL
IMPH OYED
v
Wind-Mil I
Fnginc made of iron The simplest, the
strongest and most durable in use. Gives ■
power in a light wind than any other mill
known, Also
IRON FORCE PUMPS
--and
SALEM WOOD PUMPS.
D. BPFRBECK, Agent.
It Ueneoue, I. I
1876.
1889.
The Lewiston Teller
Published Weekly bj
ci, ÆEÆÆ \&
This Journal is a non-Partisan, Independent paper, devoted
to the interests of the people of North Idaho
and surrounding country. Tho
OLDEST ESTABLISHED PAPER
In the whole of North Idaho.
The "Ynost reliable published
in the North, and has the
Largest Circulation!
RELIABLE !
FEARLESS!
AGGRESSIVE
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT ! ADVERTISE IN IT !
flURgdRIPTIOtf §3. PER TSAR.
< S £5 Si -- SB-S- + )
OUR
-3 JOB OFFICE E"
Is complete in every particular. The best improved presses
used. Up with the times in job material. Charges
reasonable, and none employed but
iiilliiiiiiiii
WE NEATLY EXECUTE
Visiting Cards, '
Wedding Cards,
Business Cards,
Ball Programs,
Invitations,
Bill Heads,
Statements,
Letter Heads,
Note Heads,
Circulars, Tags*
Bills of Fare, Envelopes,
Programs, Funeral Notices,
Receipts, Tickets, Posters,
Dodgers, &c., &c., & c .
In fact anything from a visiting card to a three-shee,
poster. I^-GIVE US A CALL. *
jfi. SsMEssêmm & atkir.
Publishers and Proprietors
S. G. ISAMAN, D. S. DENT?
g ç
Çh* .——»DEALERS IN,——.
Q
pm ORIS I BISES
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Day or Nigh
Druggist's Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery and Fancy
Goods. 1
HEAQUARTERS FOR BOOKS,GOLD PENS, NOVELTIES AND NOTIONS
.-——.ALSO PROPRIETORS OF THE LEWISTON,——,
SODA a ATER WORKS
Orders from the ennntry promptly attende] to
Linker ! Linker!
DRESSER; ROUGH LUBBER
Constantly on liand
Rough Lumber......$16 per M. Rustic......$30 per M.
Flooring $30 per M. Clear dress 2 sides. .$35 " "
Apply to J. B. MENOMY, Lewiston, I. T., Lumber yard
at foot of Fifth street or A. E. SNELL, Potlatch. 52tt
LUMBER 1 1
LATHS s SHINGLES.
LEWISTON
IDAHO
)
Coil tractor
-and
Builder»
P. C. COLVIN
LEWISTON, IDAHO
I am also agent for W*. Fnrrish, and keep
a full assortment of his lumber on hand for
salo. AHorders promptly attended to. 26tf.
HARD TIMER
While money is close, wages and price*
low, expenses should be cut down in every
household. Economy the watch word lor
Mothers, head off Doctor bill*, by always
eeping in the house, • a bottle of Dr. Bo
snko'a Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a
Cough instantly, relive« Consumption, cures
Croup and pain in the Chest in one night,
t is just the remedy for hard times. Price
50 eta, and 91.00. Samples free Sold by
Dr. J. Q. Moxley.
Tutfs Pills
CURE
Malaria, Dumb Chills,
Pever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks.
They produce repnlar. natural tvar
gripe or interfere tt It it
thrift A ** medieiue,
l " #) y nraM be In every hou»ehtl4.
SOLD EVRHYWHEUE.
I/EWISTOIST
BAKERY
MONTQOVER T STREET,
LEWISTON - - IDAHO
B read, pies and cakes; also gro
ctries. Confection.rr. Liquors and Cigars.
GENT8? FURNISHING Goode,
Family Groceries, Etc.,
8. WLftENTUALLER; X8 tf
THE
Meat Market.
— | CLIN DINING k PUBIC. | -
proprietors.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK,
VEAL, BACON, HAMS
8AL SAGES,
The hoot ef meat, from the Meek aid by the
•alter, and aerved la reed stria
quart, r, aad aerved la geed style*
Parau Lew.
lltf
THE GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE.
THE
Northern Pacific
R. Tt.
TWO TRAINS DAILY.
flXHE ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN
J. Palace Sleeping Cars, Magnificent Dny
-oacheaand Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Cars,
with berths free ot of charge, *
„ —mow—
WASHINGTON AND OREGON CITIES TA
THE EAS1 VIA ST; PAUL
AND MINNEAPOLIS
The Only Transcontinental
Line Running
PAUCE DINING CARS
(MEaLs, 76 Ctu.)
BEST^TÏME
Ever Made from the opart over the
NORTHERN PACIFIC
—TO_
RI0UX CITY, COUNCIL BLUFFS. ST.
JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVgN
WOaTH, KANSAS CITY
QUINCY.
St. Louis, Chicago
And all p.ints throughout the East
VIA ST. PAUL. AND MINNEAPOLIS
Pullman sleeping accommodation» cat b* S#>
oured in nVrance.
Fmlgrant Sleeping cars, Births,
Free.
Hauled on regular expresa-traina aver thecae
tire length of the
Northern Paciflo Rallioad.
Train leaves Genesee 5 A. M.
Arrive* 8:30, P M. Arrive, at Spo
kane 10.30, A. M., Leave. 2:45. P.Ml.
Connection at Tacoma with thb O. ».a,»..
« *£ Ä* p - 8 - s - Rj -
Tickets on aale to all polata la tho dal*,
ted Pt-itso aad Canada. Par rate*,
etc., apply to G. A. MCKI MWA,
.Ticket Agent, Genesee, Idaho«
A. D. CHARI.BTO.ir.
Aast. Gen. Paaaengei Ag't, No. 121 Flr»t,
eer. Washington ■•met, Portland, Ora. Stf
CALIFORNIA.
BREWERY.
UMAR HEAD OP FIRST BT.,
!
WEISGERBER BROS, Prep'«
LEWISTON, I. T.
CALL ARn 8 EE U 3
I If
1 WBI 6 HT 8H0F.
i>ot wiaanra,
A skillful whaelrlght to located ea 1st sit
and is prepared to perform geed week
la bis Uae npea «kart aattoa,
REPAIRING CARRIAOI9 aad VA«
■ode a specialty.
Call asAasUa, •>

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