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lÆWISTO;, IVdRTH IDAHO, SATIHOAV OCTOBER 91 . 1876 .
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Kabllnhed Ewrr 8«Ufë»7
A. LELAND & SON,
LEWISTON \ T.
Terne of Hubacrlptlon, at d n ® a,e1,
SlUfiLK COPT PKK YkAR................S......
•* " Six Most h'..'................ 2 1)0
" " Two Mowbs................. 1
Single Number ...................................
Prepayment in a 1 .' cases demanded. All pa
pers discontinued when timo of subscription
I<eui Advertlsearslii I* Coin :
HTfrSale............... \ ..................... *1*
. Summons............................ 12 ®
L Notice.................................. 15 00
liiltrii AdYortleenirote In Coin :
olumn (14 in.,) per mo................JJ
alf (7 in..) * 20 °°
ighth (2 in.,) » ? ™
* insertion of 1 in.,....................... 0
.rood clean wheat, good butter, predelirerod
us at Lewuton. will be received in paymout
>r •uli.icription* at Lewiston cash rates at tiino
ALONZO LELAND. CHAS.. F. LELAND.
D. J* WARNER,
City Recorder And
JuaTjca oj ras ipia-gx.
OFFICE MONTGOMERY STREET,
- - V |j»*fTTö«lAV. T T
LEWISTON. I. T.
' «»ractice in all ihe Courts in I'^th Idaho.
LEWISTON, IDAHO TERl'A'DRY.
it practice in all the Courts of orth Idaho,
and also the SuprcmtjJJ G.
to Or. LANGFJRD,
A 1 1 o r n • y - at L a w.
LEWI8T0N, I. *
\ in 4h* 0oua' n Idaho and
pVashingtyn Tcjrril 1 * 8 *
Physician and Surgeon,
'""lice and Kesidenoe
Ho»i of Fourth.
OFFERS HIS SERVICES AS
SIPdKgiS îa©r5fîKS3 f
|N REASONABLE TEtMS. HIS Ex
perience and extensiv^ knowledge of the
ranges of stock in the vidnity of Lewiston
gives him advantages in th* busine*s posessed
by hut few if any other persons.
Enquire at Coburn A Caldwell's, Lewis
ton, I. T.
!> ; w. liJm
i no LEW !>■ qP
,u "k ln.( i3
jj^ 2B^»m3E3=.m smicDyo
hair- dressing artistically per
i :iu»od by
U ANDREW RUOX,
Lewiston, I, T., Call and we.
J. K. VINCENT,
LEWISTON, I. T.
L LL BUSINESS ATTENDED TO
Promptly and Faithfully. 1-tf
AND EATING HOUSE BY
V' : ..
J ABES HcGRATVE,
LEWISTON, I. T.
LEWISTON, I. T.,
T he undersigned has for>sale
lOO.O(M) lbs., of Choice apples which !
he offers for sale CHEAP FOR CASH, aba in |
quantities to suit customers. He will al'sii ex- j
change apples torother products, such as wheat, !
oats, barley, dux seed etc., on reasonable terms, i
1-tf WESLEY MU' KEY.
ï. S. BILLINGS
Mmufiictiircr And Importer Of
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF:
Saddles, Zinc Collar Pad«
llarnetis, Kimball ClieckM,
Bridles, Rockwell Bits
Halters California 11
Surcingles Mexican "
llldiug Whips, Race
Stage " Mexican Spurs
Team " California "
Stock. (l Dragoon "
Buggy " Curry Combs
Brushes, Ctc., Etc.,
pertaining ;to a first-class
302 .JD T T0±
Bugg> ^||ming and Repairing promptly
Call and *ne.
T. S. BILLINGS.
BRK>y 13 R Y,
NEAR HE iD 0F first ST.,
f'all aad aee
sTON, I. T.
lERBER FB n S.
PROM PARADISE VALLET
PaUAOiSK Vallkt, Oct., 16tb, ÎSÎÛ.
Editor Tkllhh :—Permit mo to give for
the information of your readera, aotne facts
relating to iht? oropa of ibis valley the pres
The wheat on my farm was a volunteer
crop and averaged 30 bushels per acte. My
barley averaged t*o, flax seed 15, and pou- j
toes 400 bushels per acre. Ou one-fourth j
i)f an acre I raised over io,ooo lbs of j
onions, I also raised 4,000 lbs. timothy |
seed. As near as I cau obtain the esti
mates, from less than thirty farms, mostly
newly made, there has been raised the
present season more than 6,000 bashels of
flax seed, ahou-t 45,000 bushels of other
grain, mostly wheat. The average per
acre of wheat has been about 35 bushels.
B. McGuire, Esq., harvested 55 bushels of
wheat per acre, and much" was still left on
the ground. Mr. Leach living a short dis
tance from the valley, harvested 5,000
hushels of grain, averaging 6o bushels per
acre. Mr. Oaiubrilch, near Thorn Creek,
harvested 3,000 bushels of wheat and oats,
the former averaging 65 bushels and the
latter 70 bushels per acre
I came with my family from Illinois in
1872, and was one of the first settlers in
tins valley. Since then I have never failed
in any year to raise large crops of grain
and vegetables. Thiscouotry is fast filling
up with settlers from Oregon. California
and the States K*«st of the Rocky Mountains,
T",,, have l,e,r»bo,,t 60 f.ralllM Mtlled
on the North aud South Palouse wuhtu the
two months last past. AmoLg these are
A. Steward, aud \Vin., King with their
families, old H*U aintauces of mine, from
Keoka Falls, Woodsy Co.. Kansas. They
them.. IV« otgOlv dvllpht.d „1<b
tins country and the crops it produces, and
sav there are hj^idreds of families in the
vicinity of their ofd homes in Kansas, who
hare means, w ho would be induced to come
and settle here, provided they could know
the tavts which they themselves have
Itiarbed since their arrivnl here. I have
reason to believe that the same would be
true, respecting citizens of other localities.
w ere our advantages known abroad. I am j
giad Tuk Tki.lkr is to be published, through !
which these advantages mar be made 1
known, and every citizen of North Idaho !
ought to take one or more copies and send t
regularly to trieuds ubroad. j
Walla Walla W heat.
The Watchman says that during the
past season the wheat crop of that val
ley has been much larger, aoeordiog to
the acres under cultivation than usual,
that there has been raised about eight
hundred and fifty thousand bushels of
surplus wheat. Of this amount there
has already been shipped down the
Columbia about three hundred thousand
bushels. Besides this amount for ship
ment, the mills of the valley are manu
facturing iuto flour daily about six
hundred aud sixty barrels. We un
dersfand the above to be the products
of bath the Walla Walla and Touchet
valleys, and their immediate sur
What remarkable change j P.
over the Spirit of their
Both the Democrats and Republictos
of South Idaho have conceded to North
Idaho the candidates for Delegate in I
dream." that they «hould at this time
make this concession to the north. Do
they fear our annexation to Washington?
The balm of reconciliation * comes at,
late day, and the purposes of its awïi
cation now. are too apparent to befmis
apprehendéd. Yet we of the Aorth
ought not y> complain of the flute as
It is generally known that during
lafct Winter and Spring efforts wer«
tuadu in Bostou and vicinity to iuduc«
ruen ofcapitul to investigaile these mines
with a view to investment of money for
their further development. Theft ef
j forts were met by many objectors who
j like other men ignorant ot facts iti re
j jr a rd to mining enterprises, urged all
| the f amoU8 8wind l e8 lhat huVe leeQ
perpetrated by oicu on this coast and
r r . u
e ® mining scheutcfe, an valid
fCBsons agaiust all milling development
These objections had to be flalli
swered or explained before men
. . .....
®I , tCl'Milü any propokltlotl looking to
wards the investment of money in
_ ? • „ « __, . ,. , . ,
u f=* Against utherbraùcheSbf busi
uess, although they embrace thousand*
,|,. i j, «j .
# y to practice «M make
swindling their chief business, yet siut
il ur objections aro 8e j dom ft *
*. . u, e tu '
But all their objections were overcotuo
to that extent that the serious attention
several men of capital in 'BöstÖta and
vicinity was arrested, aud investigation
into the merits of the mines SO far in
a ^ uraU .J, t0 ; Qduc0 the of
I * S'- lemau as at, expert, of well known
: pf^ctidal and scientific attainments in
j minihg matters, who has been induce*
I to make the journey to Warrens t.
, thoroughly, exomine und tost the chsi
! er ü these tut tics aud report thet
j development. 8uid expert Mr
! J. Dickinson, Es(i„ is now in Wa
1 , t,* i - ' ,
! h,s ««»imnallon haviug
t Die C.'liup about the middle
j gust laet. We leuru that us t fit
stamp mill now in operation t
advantages homejto Boston, with th.
promised âSôDraoce thai if they a/,
good and extensive, as we of this sectioi
of country know them to be, ample cap
it**l to open and work them shall, upon,
his report soou coûte to our aid iu theii
DeligatÊship.— T h«i
P. Judson B»fj. in
gate to Congress, 1
as many of the miuing shafts
water, his facilities for testii
by mill process and examij
the mines at a low deptl
stricted, fur moro ho th
ests of the owners therl
them to be. Hence
assay of samples of thej
tion of the ledges whet
We have learned
result of his operation^
uot wish in the least to
his report, we refrain frotiT
aught iu the matter, further thal
generally that lie finds the cl
better than he expected to fiud it.
Iu addition to the advent of an ea
pert to the camp, subscriptions to t]
amount of several thousand *loH
were secured to the stock of We lle
Mining Company which will be
coming if Mr. Dickinson's report
adverse to the camp. IJeucei^
made at the East were By tp&V
tcadsd with unfavorable rc
the present De}
the same p<
ti«ft takes pi