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THE TELLER.
LEWI8TUN. NORTH
IDAHO.
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FRIDAY...............•............
MAY 2*th ISftO
Agents for th« "Teller.''
Mrs. M- E. Lincoln.........
.Mount Idaho
A. A. Lieuatlen............
......Moscow
Mr. Overacher...........
____Liddaville
J. H. Irvine...............
. .Farmington
Lake D. Wolford...........
We have no apologies to offer for
writing what we conceive to Ite the
truth in relation to the business condi
tion of Lewiston. Others may differ
with us in this respect. If so, and
they can show that our apprehension of
the facts is not true, it is their priri
lege, and our columns will be open to
them in which to expose our error.
Ask any citizen of Lewiston the ques
tion, "Do you desire the growth and
prosperity of the place?" and he will
■ay "Yes;" but ask him, "How would
you manage to secure that prosperity?"
and he is either silent or ready to offer
some excuse for not putting his shoul
der to the wheel to lift the place out
•f the old "rut" of business, where it
was when all a man had to do to make
money was to have a tent or a log hut
containing a few articles of merchan
dise and await the scores and hundreds
of customers who, from their necessi
ty, would come from the mining dis
tricts cast of us with their bags of
gold dust and lavish it out in exchange
for such articles as they wanted at ex
orbitant prices. We still have those
among us who have never waked up
from the dream of those days, aud
they whine and complain because that
dream does not continue, forgetting
that those day dreams are things of
the past, and that an entirely new
order of lliings has come over the
whole country, and that money now
must be made by stretching out our
arms in every direction and inviting
trade at competitive rates with other
towns springing up all around us. Our
day dreams for months and years post
have been the solo means of building
up these competing towns, so that now
we have to struggle to hold a reasona
ble share of the trade that ought whol
ly to have remained with us, and
would have so remained had we waked
■p to our duty os business men in
time and properly offered the induce
ments for the trade of the whole coun.
try around us. Is not the above a
true mirror of our situation? If not,
show us wherein it is defective. Ask
the citizen of Gamas prairie and he
will tell you that he can trade on bet
ter terms at other points than at Lew
iston. Ask the citizen of Genesee
valley and Paradise valley, and he will
tell you that he can trade for his sup
pliez at Moscow or Colfax on better
terms than he can at Lewiston. Ask
the citizen of Anatone and the whole
Assotin country aud he will tell you
that he can go to Pataha, Dayton or
even to Walla Walla aud make his
purchases and savs money rather than
come to Lewiston and make his pur
diases. But some say this is not true.
If it be not true, then why do these
citizens go to these towns and do the
bulk of their trading? a fact which
cannot be 'gainsayc-d. Let any un
prejudiced man take up the newspa
pers of Dayton, Colfax, WaiUburg
and Walla Walla and scan the pages
of advertisements of the business
houses and see the inducements and
invitations they offer for trade, and
compare them with the little small
business cards of the trader« of this
city, and he will be convinced that the
man of those towns are courting for
the trade of the country, and that they
are adopting the very means to secure
it. Look at the improvements they
are making in building brick mercan
tile houses, and one will see that they
are securing the trade that they reach
out for and are prospering, and that
others are prospering around them.
How do we compare in these respects,
although we are older by many years
and have uatural advantages which
' they never dreamed of possessing.
They are ready to offer inducements to
railroad men for commercial connec
tion with larger citi-s h»|nw, while wr
by our policy turn the cold shoulder to
them and go on dreaming. If this
narrow policy is to long continue we
will soon be left to feed upon ourselves
r
for support till th« last vestige of a
mercantile town at Lewiston has l*en
obliterated and forgotten. For your
own sales, either wake up and be men
or sleep the sleep of death and ,'et
others fill your placn.
Letter from Lesliton.
POOR LEWISTON.
Lewiston, I. T., May 24, lrl80.
Ed. Teller: —The ruling power of
this city is either demented-«r mad, or
they are inflicting a punishment upon
posterity, if they ever have any, by
refusing to allow this city- its natural
means to future gYowth and prosperity.
If Lewiston proceeds trammeled as
she now is, what a sorrowful spectacle
may slie not exhibit when ten yesrs
have passed over her. Every apology
of structure denominated a town or
city in Eastern Washington, less im
portant and without a tithe of the
natural advantages that this city pos
sesses, is making rapid strides to the
position of a mercantile pente r; but
Lswiston, with its wealth of advant
ages is forestalled in every move made
by the people within, or by those who
are friendly without, towards increas
ing her trade, extending her industries
or enabling her to vie with the less fa
vored cities around her. In ten years
from now the same authority that is
now manipulating the wheels of gov
ernment, that authority which insults
enterprise while knocking at our door,
will see the new Lewiston on the oppo
site side of the river a terminus for
the railroad and a market for that
broad Assotin country. The store
houses now being erected between this
city and Almota on the north bank of
the Lewis river will accommodate that
great country to the north of us, and
cities will grow up at the wharves
where trad« and traffic is invited. The
prospective and landing at the mouth
of Ten-mile canyon, south of us, is
sosn to lie another embryo city, and
Lewiston, like too many other cities of
the Pacific coast that are left to the
cositrol of men unacquainted With the
true American idea of progress will
find herself discarded as a mercantile
center, and dead to every means of
prosperity. Our merchants, with but
few exceptions, are dead to every
thought of enterprise, except content
ed to exchange the cash of the accus
tomed trader and iiwlitEerenUy dream
on until he may again return. Every
boat brings merchandise to the indi
vidual who opposes this monopoly of
the citizens' rights and privileges» The
Teller, the only paper printed in this
city, and the only paper out of five
that has been started here tlvat has
maintained an existence, it being now
in its fourth year, and supported by
the peopl* without the city, has ever
worked for the interest of Northern
Idaho and brought money and muscle
to the country and trade" to merchants
of this city, who receive its lienetita
wi'.hoirt a manly acknowledgment.
Merchants have come to this city
poor and departed comparatively rich
after a few years of trading. There
are living here to-day that some class,
who have no general interest in com
mon with the people, but are mere
campers collecting a fortune and may
take their departure to-morrow. The
»Urst failure in the mercantile business
here is yet to be recorded. We want
merchants hers in every branch of husi
______________ _________ ulolll „ „uai
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spent in advertising to thfl general
public and a dollar spent in forwarding
enterprises will enhance their store a
hundred fold. To day a seller refused
six hundred and fifty dollars for a lot
in this city that was offered for ten
dollars before the Teller began to
publish to the world th« facts of the^d
greatness of this Northern Idaho, and
yst that man would hesitate to con
tribute to thenewspaper enterprise that
redeemed him. The railroad company
have promised to build during the
present year a railroad from Walla
Walla through Dayton to this city to
carry off the grain from the immense
fields around us. That Lewiston prop
erty might enhance ; n value this com
psny otiered to builds large warehouse
and dock, costing prolmbly from eight
to ten thousand dollars, but the city
fathers, excepting the mayor and one
councilman, offered objections, urged
and abetted by the city merchants,and
their depot, wharves and storehouses
on the opposite side of the river, there
b T cuttin b r L<^wiston entirely off from
advantage^ and laying the
fount Lit inn of ri upw min nrosru'rniiM
foundation of a new and prosperous
city on the Washington side. Favor
abie propositions have been made by
the people of the surrounding country
to build a bridge, one over the Lewis
and the other over the Clearwater riv
ers, and do a Way with the ferriage,
thereby encouraging the commercial
exchaege that would naturally come to
this city. It w»s argued by the farm
ers that the money paid for their fer
riage during one year would pav their
individual assessment for the construc
tion of a bridge; but this dog-in-the
manger policy rolled over and inter
posed an objection to this incursion
upon thei
There are
r ancient system of tithes,
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a number of enterprising |
u.cn in newisujn, mil wnai we want is
mostly enterprising merchants who
will offer goods at reasonable prices::''"
men wl,r, !
no arc willing to remain With US
in this beautiful and healthful country
and not oppose every measure that is j
introduced for the developing of and
beautifying of our young cities; men
who are not mere campers, but those
who will aid in the growth of civiliza
tion, educational, moral and industrial,
in one of the finest countries that ever
turned its face to the sun.
Enterprise.
Letter from Walla Walla.
Walla Walla, W. T., May 24.
Ed. Teller: —Enclosed please find
his trouserloons to cool his heated "in
telligence." He says in his burlesque i
of us to the Statesman that two others!
and himself, a self appointed commit- j
tee, were the wealth, energy and "in
telligence" of your country, he, in the !
respective order, beinc the "intelli-l
n I
gence, the Other two the energy and 1
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wealth, the latter two being correct. ;
In h is comparison of us he says your |
per pie think more of brains than
money. We are represented as money
without brains, and he with brains
without money. He being the brains
of the country aa stated above, your
people thought more of him than they;
did of the party. The "intelligence" j
that could see fields of waving grain j
, , ,,
on very recently sown land, could not j
see that we were not of that class who
,
hanker tor the driver s bottle, "intelli-;
gence" says a hint on our part and the j
bottle would have been forthcoming
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Please give him the ico as directed.
H. T.
Later.— Since writing the above
wo have learned that "Veritas" is only
Capt. Smith's hostler.
H. T.
Another shepherd, a young man, was
murdered last week near Hcpp.ier. Found
in his cabin shot through the head, supixise
ftl was done forhis money.
In this city on the 17th instto the wife of
Geo. V\ hite a daughter.
DIED.
In this city May 22 1880, Lizzie G. to
burn, aged* 2 years and 4 months.
In this city on the 2« inst. J. Austin En
nis, of Brights disease.
NOTICE.
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To Whom U may Concern.
T hat the undersigned are de
»irons of establishing a floating bridge j
across Salmon river near tile nwmth of French !
® reek - an '* wi *l apply for al-tsnseto the'
.d»ii.r|ïr!Æ , ;:.:'="r4.s:i
the rates of toll over the same.
Shearer A Sox,
Dated Salmon river, May 23d, 1880.
Delinquent Tax Payers Take
Notice.
n • » »,
b"?ta ÏTÆy^Wkw"
have concluded to postpone
rae . nt of »'»its for the collectii
idltt! f *i ," f taxes for !
a short time, m order to give delinquents an
opportunity and a further and last choice to 1
c '* t8 ' at 1 ' 1 1 sincerely hope that they !
will not l(*t the opportunity pas*.
an , J ■ W Po *' I
_ District Attorney ;
NOTICE
LAND OFFICE.
r OMpÄ to ^^i^KN-^°TK
Lg te rad at this office by FU n Mono e
against Alvin S. Woodward for al Jdomnit
I^otH For Sale.
L ots nos. 3 and 4, in block no.
13 in the city of Lewiston I. T. are
offered for sale cheap. Tenns cash on de*
livery of deeds. Title warranted good.
Lot 3 is 50 feet front, north side $9£ feet J
and south side 93 feet. Lot 4 i. 30 feet I
f ron, >
Lewiston I. T. May, 13 1880.
NOTICEFOR
Pre-Emption Proof«
LAND OFFICE AT 1
Lewiston I. T. May 10, 1880. [
N otice is hereby given th at tiip
following-named settler has filed notice of
hi«* intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure final entry thereot at thé
expiration of thirty days from the date of th
»o'^. vlz : June 18 1880 l 'hi* of
tice, lln »mas B. Reed pre-emption L>.
Xo . 409. f or the lots 1 and 2, sec. 7. Tp 38 n,
ko w ami r,J nk$ see. iz Tp ms k o w ami
names the following as his witnesses, viz:
1 ' Bootl1 ' ,,, McI r 4 " gh i'" of Ne ï ,
Perce county I. 1. Christian Strawn and .
y yj Snow of Whitman Co. W. T. P. O. , i
Moscow I. T.
J. M. Hos e.
Résister.
NOTICE FOR
Pre-emption Proof.
LAND OFFICE AT 1
Lewifton L T. May 19, ÎS^O. f j
N otice is hereby given that the |
following named settler has filed notice of j
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the !
expiration of thirty days from the date of this ;
»otto*, viz : Wednesday, .June23, 1S80. 1 p. m. j
at this office, John G. Thomas, pre-emption
I>. 8. So. 1265 for the lots 4 5, and 6 and ;
sec. 6 Tp. 34 s r 4 w, and names the fol
XOl in: FOK PRG-E.I1P
TIO.Y PROOF.
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LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiyfi»n, I. f. Mnv 19. TSAfl.
'V'OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named settler has filed notice of
Ï'-' i ? t t nti,,n J to m ' ,ke I ,na . 1 r ' r,,of ? 8up, '" rtof
h:s raun . and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days from 'he (late of this
D. S. No. 957 for the ne] sec.*8, Tp.*3G x
R 5 w, and narm-s the following as his \
witnesses, viz: George Rees, John E. Col-i
well and John Connor all of Nez Perce c >., '
I. T., P. O. Genesee I: T. i
J. M Howe !
32 Register,
notice, viz: Saturday, June 19 1HSI), 10 a
att h is „ffice. wiHiam w Renfrew,pre-emption j
D. S. No. 957 for the ne] sec. 8, Tp. 3(1 x :
pQgg
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NOTICE.
F R E-E.1I PTION PROOF.
LAND OFFIOD AT
Lewiston, I. T., May 18,1880.
j J^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1W foU,,win « settler lias tiled 1
notice of 1ms intention to make filial proof in
support of his claim, and secure final entry)
thereof at the expiration of thirty days j
tho date ,4 this notice, viz: Tuesday
June 22d 1880, 11 a. m„ at this office,
pre-emption D. ,8. No. I ,
2. 23 Tp. 39 N K 4 W !
and names the following as Ilia witnesses! I
iz: William Bissinger, David Lee and |
George \V. Shcpperd pre-emption I). S. N
1227 for the swl see. 23, Tp. 39 s, u 4 w
Bransby Blake all of Nez Perce county I. T
P. O. Moscow I. T.
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J. M. Howe,
Register.
NOTICE.
FOR PKC EMPTION PROOF.!
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, I. T„ May 19, 1SS0.
N otice is hereby given that i
the following-named settler has filed 1
notice of his intention to make final proof in :
support of his claim, and secure final entry !
thereof at the expiration of thirty days from :
the date of this notice, viz: Monday June
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j*»**5M**uo v.m|»riiier, iNeison .u 11 lei
^lenry Miller all of Idaho county I. T.
J. M. lion**.
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NOTICE
Pre-cinplion Proof
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. May 19 1880.
J"OTicE IS hereby given that ïiiE |
fullowing-niuned «eitler hu< filed nnti
hi# intention to mxke finul proof jn aupport of j
hiselaiia, aud -eeure finul entry thereof at!'
! Gaffney and W m. P. EJjnon.lsun and Urn.
Dose nil of Nez Perce county 1 T Genesee
1 P. O. J »'ei.estc
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J-X. IIoWK.
Beeister,
FOR
NOTICE
PRC-IDIPIIOA I* R 0(1 F.
11 S ™ « THAI
? th . e . f'-ll"Wing-named settler hostile,
». ,ru "
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. May I8tli 1880
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PROOF NO_
Pre-Emption Proof.
LAND OFFICE AT f
Lewiston, I. T- Msy 10th 1879. I
N 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following named settler bs* filed notice
I <<f hi* intention tu .unke final proofin *»PP°«
emption
3â H R 5 W. and names the f«.Rowing a« his
witnesses, vi*: Richard Wells and Howard
t'au Cleave, both of Ne* Perce Co. 1. T., P. 0.
Lewiston I. T.
J. M. How*,
3! 5t Register.
NOTICE FOR
Pre-emption Proof.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston May 11 1880.
N otice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has f3e<!
no ti ce of his intention to mak# final proof in
gU pport of his claim, and secure final entry
, thereof at the expiration of thirty days from
. ,la.te of this notice, viz: Tuesday June
, i à fggn I m . at this office Robert McQueen
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! pre-emption 1). S. No. 934, for the swj 8*1
I sec 6 xwi ne 5*1 nwI and lot 1 sec. 7 tp. 35 n
n 5 w and names the following ns his witnesses,
{•viz: Henry Rainolds and J. Lanier both of
I Ne* Perce Co. 1. T.
J. M. How*,
31-5t. Register.
.Votr e for preemption
PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, I T, April 27th, 1880.
N otice is hereby given that the
following-named settler has filed notice of
bis intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure final entry thereofat the
expiration of thirty days from the date of this
swl see 29, Tp 30 R 2 E, ami names the
following as his witnesses, viz: Mark V.
Jarret, Delos Carr ami Kufus Castle, all of
Idaho co I T, V O Mt Idaho I T.
J. M. Howe,
30 Register.
I.
NO i ICE FOU PREEMPTION
PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I T April 30, 1880.
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JlY 'he following named sei tlor has filed
\ 1101 i«e "f his intention to maieSnal proof in
!u l'P" rt °* his claim, end secure finul entry
' ,hereo( ,lt t,M ' ex-l-wution ot thirty deys trmii
i the dste of this notice viz: Wednesday, June 9
! U a m, at this office, Mathias H. Odlierg
pre-emption D S*Ni«'**3, f».r the lots ~
j 1\T<
: i. 1 '
3 and sä swl see' 5 rp 37 S i: 4 v.\ ant
names the following as Ins witnesses, viz:
Mei Wendneer, Peter ('. Syvertson, Carl
Christensen and J. L. Hanson, ail of Nek
Perce co I T.
J. M. Howk,
39 # Register.
1 NOTIC E
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iD« 4x0.11 ESTEAD
i'EUMIF.
LAM) OFFICE AT
Lewiston I T May i! 1880.
I , J £\ l, f R ®. l *. THAT
! ^ lh ' f '! 'T*' 11 l - f .n ■ , ll' e 'I bus fileii
I "" ,kc ,i "-' 1
| thereof «1, he
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coure final entry
cxj-iriifik'n of thirty Java fr*»tu
i the date of this uotic*, vis: Thursday, June
' lb80, at this office, \\ illiani Grout,
i homestead entry No. 35, for the eA n'e! sec
I 8 Tp 39 N, j: 5 w, nod names the following xu
his witnesses, viz: L. Haskins, A. A. Lieu
I alien, Li Fayette Warmoth and William
j brazier, all of Nez Perce co I T.
J. M. Howe,
j ,tu Rngister.
ISTOTIGE FOR
Pre-emption Proof.
II. 8. LAND OFFICE,
vision Mahn. April 29. 1880.
witnesses, viz: \\ ilimm Sigler, Joim
j orts anil William Dent, all of Nez Perce Ji
I. T., Lewiston P. ().
J M llow*.
Ftegister. ;
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PROOF NOTICE.
| Homestead Proof,
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LAND
FFICE AT
I. T: May Slh 1880
», .... ,Blu ® • luhn Donner, hointsteud
N". »14. for the x< xkJ sko 7 and vl )a
8 tp :ffi x n Aw and
his witnegtfr*. vix:
Freeman
Co. L T.
nainea the foll.iwinuj ls
, *'L L. Goldsmith M, S.
un I J. E. Colwell all of Nez Purci*
SI A.
J. M. How*.
Kegiateÿ.
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NOTICE for
P re-emption Proof
LAND DFFICR AT
T.ewist. „ f. T M.,v •;», issu
jOTD K is HEREBY'GIVEN TH.Vi
Itho f"ll'>wing-named settler has filed no
• ■I In. in'enft ii to oi . ko finul pr mi ,
i "I his eluito. nod ,-eoure finul enrrv I fine ,
spTiiri m of inii-fy dsys from tIi
Frids v J
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of this notice, viz- rri.isv l„ n 1^ Vo
am, at this ..tfi Lt . j„| m t. „ lSht ^. 0
D«i No 517 f,, r th, vi ' ! pie-emption
fiw.*^±s
'• " , and name
leases, viz: J
d. r P. C,a !
the follow
h i J. ('offer
th of Nez I
his wit
id Aleian
e eo., 1. T.
. How f.
Re-ttijlcr.
Si LVKBTON, Oregon March pa «...
I have used the Ore«ss klsT'
T«a for pains in the back and am
with its effects. I have no htsHezcTil
reeomending it as a mild and safe rtmed*
for lame back or derangement of the kidney» 7
C. Kisenhabt.
N
ISTOTIGE FO» —
Pre-emption Proof
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, I. T., May 26, 1890
J OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final proof
jn Bopport of his claim, and secure final en
try thereof at the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, viz: Saturday
June 26, 1880,10 a m, at this office, Julni
J. Rice, pre-emption D. S. No. 418 for th«
neJ see S3, Tp 40 n,*r 5 w, and
the following as his witnesses, viz: Willi, w
Frazier, Reuben Cox, J. O. Warmonth and
Bennett Summerfield, all of Nez Perce ca
I. T., P. O. Moscow. '*
J. M. Howe,
33 Register
NOTICE FOR
Pre-emption Proofc
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. May 24, 1880
OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_ the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final pmof
in support of his claim, and secure fin»! n .
try thereof at the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, viz: Saturday
June 26, 1980, 10a. m., before B. F. Morris,
deputy diet, clerk Idaho county I. T. and
at this office,. Monday, June 28th 18801 p.
m. Henry H. Pearsou pre-emption D S No.
978, for the sfc xwj and lots 3 and 4 sec 4
Tp 30 N, R 2 K, and names the following as
his witnesses viz: Silas W. Reynolds
Charles de la Rochpcrc and John H. Rauch,
all of Idaho Co. I. T. P. O. Mt. Idaho LT.
J, M. Hows.
3-1 Rsgistsr.
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NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION
PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. May 3, 1880.
N otice is hereby given that thk
lollowing-nnmod settler bus filed Doties of
his intention to make final proof in xupportof
his claim, und secure final entry thereof sttbe
expiration of thirty dnys from the dste of this
notice, viz: Saturday, June 5, 1880, 10 a.
m., before B. F. Morris, Deputy Dist. ('Ik.
Idaho co. I. T., anil Tuesday, June 8, 1880,
at this office, James W. Morris, pre-emp
tion D S 1022, for the wj nk| and srl seJ
sec 31, and swj xwj sec 32, Tjt 31 v, r2i,
and names the following as his witnczsei,
viz: William J. Rainey, J. W. Ledder and
John P. Ilairinian, all of Idaho co. IT, MP
Idaho P O.
J. M. Howr,
30 Register.
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TIO.\ P.T««F.
LAND OFFICE AT
lswiston, I. T.. April 15, 1880.
lyoriCK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
S Zflthe folfourng-nikincd settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final prtuif is
support of hü» claim, and sreure final etrtry
tho.rswf at the expifation of thirty days In*
tlte date of Shis notice: viz: Wednes
dray,, June 9. 18x0, 10 a tit. at this nlBcs,
Peter C. Nyverttwn, jife-einption D. 8. N«
3 f4, for the sw j s*o. 5, Tp 37 N, R 4 w, sod
names the following as his witnesses, <1*
Nei Wendneer, Mathias Odbnrg, (.'arl (.'hrsf
Sensen and J. L-. If siison, all of Nez Pen»
eo., I. T., P. O. (réteesec, I. T.
J. M. How*, - »
30____ Register,
~ISrOTICE FÔïP
Prp-cnipllon Proof.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, I. T., May 3d, 1886,
N otice is hereby given thattM
fiillnwin j-nnined settler has filed Belies •(
his intention to tuuke finul proof in support sf
his claim, and secure final entry thereof at Its
expiration of thirty days from the lists of oie
: notice, viz : Saturday, June 6, 1880, 1 p ■
i liefore B. F. Morris, deputy district elerk.
Idaho county, I. T., and at this oars. Ties
day, June 8, 1880, Jamqs McCafferty, pre
emption D. S. No. 782, for tho * 4 to»i see.
11 mid nA nw| sec. 14, Tp 81 N, n I Z, sad
names the following as his witnesses, viz:
Alexander 1). McKinluy, Edward H. Bstsl
and Walter Gerbriek, all of Idaho countf,
I. T„ P. O, Mt. Idaho, I. T. •
J. M. How«.
30-At H trister.
JV OT ICE FOK ^
Pre-emption Proof.
L AND OFFICE AT
Lew's'on, I. T., April 29, 1880 _
N otice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has fi**
notici of his intention to mike final pros?*
support of his claim, and secure final estff
thereof at the expiration of thirty dart / 1 "'* 1
the ilate of this notice, vis: FridsJ,
j June 4, 1880, 10 a. m., at this office, GtMp
Jamison, pre-emption D. S. No. 1201, wj
j the lot 3 ami skJ nwJ and lot 2 anti swl 8I|
sec 6, Tj) 37 N, R 2 w, ami names the folle*'
ing as liis witnesses, viz: William Hoffi®**j
G. L. Seward and Michael Mann, »II f{
Nez Perce co. I. T., P. O. Genesee, in* 14
co.
J. M. How*,
30-5w. Regis*«-...
NOTICE FOB
Homestead Proof.
LAND OFFICE AT 1
L">*htt..n I. T. Msv 1. 18** '
RJOTK'E is HEREBY GIVEN THA*
■ wtlie following-named settler h»» ,^
notice of liis intention to make final
support of liid claim, and secure fin»
thereof at th** expiration of thirty
the date* of this notice, viz: Saturday* .
1880, 10 a m, at this offit*, J A ®* e .|
•?'. I s * 0 ' 10 a ,n * at th,i °ST t l JfïtM
Mttlkey, liomcsteail entry, N"- «1,
sw} and nwJ swj and 8»! sw} J®®- „
TP i(4 x, R 4 w, and jia.ues the W*#
rp 34 N, k 4 w, ami names the
his witnesses, viz: Thomas H. Guenn*
trick Murray and Walter M- !**• 0
Perce county, I. T., P. O., M aha.
J. M- lfo' r *
* ItacIlU*
30-ji

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