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T HE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEATHEH HEfOttr! War Department, Signal Service United States Army, division of telegrâ ms and re ports for the benefit of commerce and agri culture for the week ending Sept. 20 1881. Station Lewiston I. T. Date Baroen. Tker. Mom, H'isd fia in Weather 30.264 30.129 29.879 29.828 29.999 30.031 64 ! 39 65 : 46 67 I 39 57 i 89 56 ! 75 52 : 48 W 1; .00 jClear W; 41 .00 Clear NE! 4; .00 Fair W| 3] .10 iCloudy NE! 3! .10 IFair NE: 1 00 iFair W! 11 .00 !Clear 30.005 I 55 I 55 : *—Dash indicates rainfall too small mef'ure. - ^ * ■" TVEsi.EY Blake, Pvt. Sig. Corps U. S. A arrival and DEPTr1m"ML8Ïû1ÎD FKOM LBWISTON, I. To and from Walla Walla and Intermediate points. Leaves daily, (Sundays exoepted,) at 6, A. M. Arrives daily, (Sundays exoepted,) at T, P. M. To and from Mt. Idaho, Flortnee, Warrens, Elk City and Slate Creek. Leaves daily (Sundays excepted) at 3 a. a., srrivesnt 7 r. n To and from ,£tne Grove and intermediate Ç oints. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and rldays at 6, A. M- Arrives Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturday at 7, P. 51. To and from Pierce City. Leaves Mondays at 7, A. M. Arrive Saturdays at 5, P. M. To and from Colfax. Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6A.M. Arrives Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 7, P. M. Toandfion Wallowa. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Waha—Leaves Tuesdays and arrives Wednes days. the On 11 CITY JOTS. California weather prophets predict an oarly winter. E. Baird returned from Boise on Saturday last. Wm. Hill of Orangeville called upon us this week. Mr. Buys, of the Colfax Democrat, called on us this week. Judge Rand reeeived a very fine safe from San Francisco on Thursday last. Mrs. Dr. Morris and Mrs. E. Baird arrived in town from Mt. Idaho, this week. Some of our cotemporaries produced fine editorial a on the death of tho president. The last seen of tho comet it was fast disap pearing behind the hills in the direction of Mos cow. To be ahort in hta accounts is, in a cash iar, «crime; in a reporter, it is a virtue. A. Noltner, of the P. Standard, gave us a friendly call last week. Mrs. Timberlake and Madam Saux returned from below this week. Thanks to E. J. Bonhoro for a pair of floe ducks. If you want a first class job of printing of 'any ce cription, come to the Teller office* Levi Leland delivered two lectures in this city this week on temperance. A large number of evtt'o ware swam over Snake river this week belonging to Freeman The steamer John Oatee reached this place on Saturday, and left Monday, returnad again yesterday , but brought but little freight. "Well," said a citiaen, the other day to .a saloon keeper, • " How do you like tha Sunday law." " Well! " said-tve -"If the etthmmcsn stand my raoket six Says, I'll stant one." t In the " wonderful short space of IS after the reception of the news in this says the Neve, in speaking of its EX traordi nary efforts. Taking this ae trüb, dM anyone imagine what unspeakable horror wo would all have endured hau t'uoso figures been 1ST The sense ot and Thk Episcopal society has purchased the house and lot of J • B. Menomy for $1800, Indian Agent Wahner retunrefl from Washington last weak. Mr. Kestbr has the selling of tbs of Gray's cord wood secured at this pi The Beall Party found ledges of both galena and copper ore that are very rieh. Young Stewart, of Union town, who has ■0 long been poising between Ufa and death is now recovering. A good constitution is like a moneybox —its full value is never known until it has been broken. The Beall party disco.« -ed a large qnan tity of very fine white marble during their trip. FOR SALE.—One apan of fine horses, harness and wagon for sale cheap. Enquire of L. P. Clark, Tammany Hollow, or at this office, Terms cash. 48-tf. Snow was reported to be several inches deep on Craig's mountain on Tuesday morn ing. _ , •Ware Hops*».—I f we are not soon to have a railroad at this place, we must have ware houses on the margin of river near the steamboat land ings. Rain. — Considerable rain haa fallen dnring the week last past, and the farmers have been-much delayed to gathering their harvest of wheat and flax. for due tue for of Claimants settled InJ Kootenai county have now the opfioftanjtty at filing upon their lands in the Lewiston office, as the plats of the surveys of that section have been returned, and ws have heard they are improving their opportunity. Ti(e latest information says that the rail road will soon be completed to Texas land ing by the 10th of October. Nearly every part of the unfinished work is occupied by a workman, and all possible diligence is being used to complete the work. Broke.—T he boom which was receiving Gray's drive of cord wood bioke by the rise in the Clearwater, and from 800 to 1000 corde of tho wood'drifted past Lewis ton. Mr. Gray has gone below to make efforts to cateh the draft at some suitable peint below. ■ 00 -. Lewiston, I. T. Sept, 28 1881. Hon. A. Leland :— Please tender my thanks through the col umns of the Teller to the men who shared the hardships as well as the pleasures of my explorations for the pas s es through the Bit tar Root range of mountains. Men who Stood bypno and whose energy helped, in a «sure, to find a good thoroughfare these mountains for a railroad. I If they were nothing but Mount Idaho ALFRED T. BEALL, Chief of party OBSEQUIES Observed at Lewiston. On Saturday a committee of the citizena reported and had published a programme of the exercises to take place on Monday. This programme was widely circulated. On Saturday night the Oregonian arrived, which contained the proclamation of the Governor of Oregon for Tuesday instead of Monday. This became known, and many believed and circulated the belief that ex ercises had been postponed till Tuesday, and not till late on Monday morning was this belief counteracted. The effect of this misunderstanding was to delay the assemb ling of the citizens. But at the hour of 11 a. m. the people began to assemble at the Court House. At half past 11 the citi zens formed in procession under Marshal Voung in the following order: 1st, United States Veterans, witli flag draped and a banner, upon which was inscribed the fol lowing : PEACE to otr* FALLEN BROTHER. the M G W J J 0 C R R J M W " W R T 2nd, The Mayor and Common Council of the city. 3d, The Clergy. 4th, Other city officers. 5th, United States officers. 6th, County officers. 7th, Members of the Press. 8th, Members of the bar, and 9th, citizens. The procession, preceded by mnsic, moved down 2d street to C street, up C street to 5th street, up 5th to Mont gomery, and down Montgomery to Gros tein A Binnard's new building, where the veterans opened right and left, and the procession, with hats off, marched between them to the hall above and took their seats. The hall and platform were appropriately decorated with banners draped in mourning. An improvised choir had been prepared by the committee, consisting of ladies and gen tleraen of the place. The clergy and the choir occupied the platform, and the exer cises opened with a voluntary by choir and organ. Then followed a prayer by Rev, Mr. Boyd, of the Presbyterian church, then singing, and then an address by Rsv. Mr. McConkey, of the Episcopal Church, then singing, then an address by Rev. Mr. Boyd then the Benediction by Rev. Mr. Me Conkey. The singing, conducted by Mr, J. M. Howe, with Miss Phillips presiding at the organ, was highly appropriate and well executed. The address of Rev. Me Conkey was a vivid illustration of the simi larity of death to 'sleep. The address of Rev. Mr. Boyd was a short hut vivid pic ture of the virtues of our dead President, as they had been exhibited during his life The occasion was a solemn one, and the whole andience seemed affected with a deep sense of the great loss which the Whole people had sustained by the untimely death ot their president. The city remains draped in mourning up to the present time, and from no quarter has there been evinced disposition to mar the solemnity of thought engendered by the death of a good man. Requiecat in pace. Notice to Tax Payers.— Tax payers will take notice that the poll and property taxes for territorial and county purposes are now due and if not paid before the 14th day of November, 1881, will become delinquent, when the law will be strictly enforced for tue collection of all unpaid taxes. I will attend at the auditor's office in Lewiston for the purpose of receiving taxes until fur ther notice. II. AV. Howard, Assessor and Tax Collector, Nez Perce county, I. T. Some merchants use but very little judg ment about advertising. So .long as they have an "ad " in some paper, paying for it. they think it is sufficient, and trust to luck for consequences. They shut their eyes and discharge their gun in the air, and wait for the game to drop. Advertising requires much good judgment as any' otht r | of a merchant's business. Judicious ad vertising always pays. There are some business men who seldom advertise, and they are always complaining about their trade. When trade is fall: they see need of advertising, and when trade is dull they say they cannot afford to advertise The Teller has the largest circulation, con sequently is the best medium to advertise in. Constant and repeated advertising tells on any trade. Try it. _ Funefal Obsequies of Evan getine Vollmer. a Little Evangeline Vollmer, the beloved and adored of her parents, the child whose innocent sweetness had for years found ex pression from the lips of all who knew her, has drooped and died and we shall sec her bright face and hear the sweet accents of her voice no mere forever. But faith says she is not dead, butsleepeth." The funeral services were held at the Episcopal church on yesterday at 2 p. m. Tho church was tastefully decorated with flowers inter spersed with crape. A very large concourse of our citizens, old and young, were present to pay the sad rights of burial, and to con dole with the family of tho deceased their great bereavement. A large number of the children of the place, droppped each a bunch of flowers into the casket, as they viewed the remains of the friend, play and schoolmate for the last time. Rev. Mr. McConkey, officiated, and the choir sung with effect several appropriate funeral dirges. The burial of the remains was de layed until to lay at the request of the parents. Tho W. W. Statesman offers a re ward of $10 for tha arrest and con viction of any one taking that sheet, feloniously. It is a safe proposition to make, as no conviction esn be made unless the property taken can be proved to be of some value, which is impossible in this case.— If. W. Jour It would be worth ton dollars any day to see the kind of a man who would steal such a journalistic abortion — P. Standard. The night-soil men sre the only ones that toach it. Murder in First Decree.—Pow ere who killed Cornélius at Portland on 4th of July has been found guilty of Border in the first degree, LIST OF NAJtBS Drswn on the 23d day of September, A. D. 1881, to verve as Qrand and Petit Jurortat the Ootober term of the District Court, for the First Judicial District of Idaho Territory, in and for Nos Perm Co. M II Hobart G Van Horn W A Delano J E MoCabo J C Oylaar 0 Jamison C P Hawaii! R Sleieher R Hayden J P Freese wanes or oaaxn jurors. J E Randall C McCracken R Ruddy J D C Thciseu L F Phillips A Robbias W J Scott H C J Tweedt J U Rees T Worden rares er riTiv jurors. Markham M Camreon M J Shields C E Monteith W Phillips J A Richardson " C Ward W Sifter C Thompson W H Hodgina W Bell 0 Glass Sampson J Lambert C Mozley A Colburn ' R Beasley J Cummings W F Smith A J Crumriiie T Crews N Buchanan H Odcrlin Adin Davis M S Ingram PHIL. GRIGSBY, H. SQÜIER, Probate Judge Clerk. N. B. HOLBROOK, Sheriff. Tomato*». —E. Texier has, at L. Delsol's place, any quantity of tomatoes, anyone wishing to get the same will do well to call on him. *49tf The Taller and the Parkers. Week after next the Lewiston Tel ler will have completed its Sth volume, and is prospering now as never before. Mr. Aaron Parker who has been getting out the News at Lewis ton, said last week he had not been tell ing the truth about us. Since he has made this note we propose to have nothing to say of him hereafter unless it be to speak well of him if ho de serve it. Bro. Leland's estimate of Col. Par ker is Correct. No decent man will as sociate with him more than can be helped. We have tried to find some excuse for unprincipled attacks upon private homes, but have failed. It is the normal condition of the man to be mean, and his course will soon rele gate him to the sphere where he be longs.— W. Independent. TELEGRAPHIC GLEANINGS. The remains of the late President, while lying in state at the rotunda of the Capitol were viewed by thousands of persons from all quarters of the Union. Queen Victoria sent a floral tribute which was placed at the head of the bier, inscrilied : ''Queen Victoria to the memory of the late Pre-ident Gar field. An expression of her sorrow and sympathy with Mrs. Garfield and the American Nation." Large numbers of beautiful and ap propriate floral decorations were sent to Washington for the occasion. of of The funeral at Washington was large and imposing. A guard of hon or with Gen Sheridan at its head was »elected to escort the remains to Cleve land. Also a committee of congress men. Great preparations were made at Cleveland to receive the remains, and Forest City cemetery was decora ted on the most imposing scale. Resolutions of condolence and ex pressive of the highest esteem for the memory of the deceased were adopted in every state in the Union, and near ly all societies and orders in the Union adopted similar resolutions. Resolutions of sympathy for the na tion bereaved were transmitted from all the civilized nations of the globe. President Arthur has convened the senate on the 10th of October to trans act business at the Capitol. Gitteau has great fear of mob vio lence. The Chicago Times special claims that the autopsy of the remains of the President is falso as reported, and that the death was caused by blood poison A New York dispatch says Conk ling's power is on the wane in that state, A new comet was discovered at Roohester at the very hour the Pres ident was dying. Another train robbery occured on tho Iron mountain road in which the robbers secured $305,000, in currency A Mew Road from Ogden to the MU souri. New York, Sept. 20.— C. P. Hunt ington, of the Central Pacific, said yes terday that the officers of the road be lieved that tho Union Pacific was en crouching on their rights west of Og den, and they intended to build an in dependent road from Ogden to Mis souri river. A surveying party had found a road from Pacific Springs all the way to the river, a distance of 140 miles. It was through an open and productive country about 100 miles north of the Union Pacific railway in an air line. The road from Ogden to Pacific Springs, a distance of 160 miles west, was not so good, but could be made available. About two months ago 60,000 tons of steel rails had been ordered from England to be shipped by March 1st, and they were expected in San Francisce in July. Hunting ton said that if the Union Pacific con tinued to build its road connection with Oregon, the Central Pacific would certainly make an eastern connection with the Missouri river. Otherwise the project would be abandoned. The organization of a company to build the road could be effected in 24 hour», and the rails would be ready to begin work with at once. The road from Pacific Springs can be extended wêst and reach the Sound via Bitter Root pass, Clearwater and Snake rivers, and then the Central Pacific will have a line to the Pacific that will compete with the Northern Parifid 1C Chicago Tribune on Arthur. He is, nccordiug to all account», a man of warm personal attachment». The part he took in the Oonkling fight at Albany, though hi» position a» vice president of the United States should have kept him out of it, was an evidence of this characteristic. But his friends, if Mr. Platt fairly repre sents them, are apparently disposed to urge upon him a course which, though it may be of advantage to them, wcul'i obviously diminish public con fidence at the outset of :.n administra tion that ought to be as nearly as pos sible a continuation of Garfield's ad ministration. Gen. Arthur ought net to ignore Gen. Grant's experience, whose pretentious friends were the people who put upon his administra tion all the scandals incident thereto, brought great erabarassment to him, and subsequently betrayed him into a candidacy for a third term which was sure tô bis vetoed by public opinion So long as Gen. Arthur's friends, or some of them, continue to outline a policy for him from their selfish point of view, in case he shall become presi dent, it is proper that public opinion should combat them and seek to save him from the trouble wlijoh they would make for him if they could have their way. Cast the Beam from your own Eye.— The editors of the two Lewiston papers are busy abusing each other, and as a conse quence North Idaho news items are scarce. If they would " hire a hall '' to abxse each other in, and fill their columns with news items, it would please us and their sub scribers.— IF. IF. Union. It is not yet forgotten that Bro. Johnson made use of the columns of the Union to repel the dirty attacks of tho (Statesman instead of hiring a halt, and we did not complain. Why should he 1 If our readers don't like it they have their remedy. We don't propose to suffer slum to be spit at us and ours by a hydrophobia cat without pelting the cat. LEGAL. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walls W. T. Sept. 7, 1881. N otice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notioe of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that seid proof will be made before E. R. Burk, clerk diet, court at Dayton W. T., on October 18 1881, vis: Thomas B. Cooper, pre-emption D. 8 No. 3118, for the w) ne) tee. 30. and w) sc) «ce. It tp.8 n r 46 e He names the following witnesses to prove hit continuous residence upon, end cultivation of, said land. vit. D. S. Tresoott. George Cum mings, W. R. Tuttle ofTheon P. 0. W. T. and Wm. Farrish, of Anatone P. 0. W. T. E. H- Morrison, 48 Register. NOTICE FOft PRE-EMPTION PROOF. FRANK H. HAYES. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T.Sept. 7, 1881. N otice is hereby given that tbs following unused settler bat filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of his olsim, and soeurs final entry thereof at tho expiration of thirty days from the date of this notiee, vis: Monday Oot. 10 1881, 10 A, a. before R. H. Barton, J. P, at bis office in Moscow preoinet, Nes Perce county I. T. Frank U. Hayes, pre-emption. D. 8. No. 1162 for tho sw qr. so qr. ecqi. tw qr sec 6 and no qr. nw qr. nw^qr. no qr. soc. 7, tp. 30 n r 4 w, and names the following as his wit nesses, vis: John H. Shields, M. 0. True and B. A. Nymoyer, all of Nos Poroe county I. T. J. M. Howe, n48-) Register. r JOHN HESTER, DRAYMAN, WILL DO YOUR DHATIHO IN GOOD SHAPE. Forwarding, Transferring, and De livery attended to promptly. CORD WOOD FOR SALE. 48-tf LEWISTON Flouring Mill, Manufacture and keep cone tant I y on hand, RAKER'S EXTRA, SUPERFINE ass GRAHAM. CRACKED WHEAT, MID DLINGS, 8HORT8, BRAN, ETC. Hlgheet Cash Price. Paid for Wheat. JOHN BRE 4 RL 1 '. 48-tf DC. 6. KRESS© WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER % FINE A8S0RTURNT OF WATCHES, clocks, ud jowslry. Ropoiriag n spaniel aaxt doer to Greets)« A Burn old's store. LEGAL. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. MARK H. HOBART, LAND OFFICE AT Lawtaton I. T. Sept IS 1881 N otice is hereby given that the fallowing named «eitler hsi filed nolle« of hie intention to make Baal proof ia support of hi« claim, and eeouro final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty day« from tho dots of thU notice vU: Tuwday Oet. >51881 10 A >, at thiaoffioe Murk U. Hobart, pre-emption D. 8. No. 1117 for tho ■) ne) and ni «ei «M- 24, tp 39 a r 6 «, tad name« tho following ne hie witneeaee, via: Albert Geer, end Berry LlnvlUe of Moaeow I. T. J. M. Uowa, 49 Rogiatsr. N NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. Va. WELLS. LAND OFFICE AT Lewlatou I. T. Soph • 1881. Soph » OTICIIB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THR gn hia intention to make Duel proof in aupport of following named eettler haa Sled notiee of hia eleim, and anoure final entry thereof nt the expiration of thirty daye Dorn the dote of thi* notiee, via: Monday, Oot. 24 1881 10 A ■ at thla office Win. J. Wolla, pre-emption D.' S. No TOO for tho nw) ne| aeo 35 and awi aed and at aw qr aoo. 28 tp SS n r 4 w and name« the fol lowing na hie witneeaee. via: W. Gray, Wm. Gibb«, S. Nile«, A. Brigham, A. Wardrobe and R. Gray, nil nf Geneeee P O Nea Perne Co, IT. J M Bown. 49 Rogiatsr a NOTICE TO SAMUEL W. EVES. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I T Sept. 8 1881 SAoICEI.'W EVES— You are hereby notified that your Timber Culture entry No. 123, dated Feb. 1878, upon ne qrswqrn) seqr sad swjqr so qr sso. 7 tp 36 p r 5 w is held foreaaosllatloa by the lion. Com'r Geoornl Land Office, having beou adjudged forfeited July 23 1881 fernen complinuoe with the provisions of set of June 14 1878, npon allegation« died against it by Jesse C. Rigby, Nov. 21 1879. A'ou ere allowed 60 days in wbioh to perfeot an appeal from this daeisiou. J MUown 49 Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walle, W. t. Sept 7, 1881 N otice is hereby given that the following named settler bat filed aotiee of hit intention to make final proof in support of hit claim, and that said proof will bemads before E. K. Burk, elerk -list, court, at Dayton W. T„ on October 18, 1881, vis: William R. Tuttle, pre-emption D. S. No. 3160 for the «W ) sen. 9, tp, 9 n r 4# e w in. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove bis continuous resi dence upon, end cultivation of, enid land, vis: D. 8. Tresoott, Geo. Cummings, Thomst H. Cooper ofTheon P 0 W. T., and Wm. Farrish of Anatone P. 0. W. T E. H. Monnison, 49 Register. NOTICE FORHOMESTEAO PROOF. JACOB KAM6ITCH, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston. I. T., Aug. 27 l|81. N otice is hereby given that the following-named settler haa filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final en try thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Wednes day Oot. 6 1881, 10 A. M., at this office, Joenb Kambitch, homestead entry No. 7A, for tho lot 4 and sw) nw) and w) sw) see. 6 tp. 37 B r 6 w, and names tho following ns his Wit nesses, vis: M. Anderson, R, H. Beemnn, I. Tierney and J. Kambitch, all of Genesee P. O, Nes Peree County., I. T. J. M. Howe, 47-fit. Register. NOTICE" F OR PRE-EMPT 1 0NPR0ÖF. *" BENJ. F. VAUGHN. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, 1. T., Sept. 6, 1881. N otice is hereby given tha the followiDg-iuuned settler has fiM notice of his intention to make final |>r«af in support of his claim, and secure final en try thereof nt the expiration of thirty dap« from the date of this notice, viz : Monday Oct. 10, 1881, 10 a. ni. before E. A. Sant son, J. I'., at his office at Genesee proem« Nez Perce co., f. T., Benjimin F. Vaught pre-emption D. S. No. 1376 for the NS sec. 35 tp. 37 s R 5 w and names tho f< lowing as hit witnesses, viz: D. Warn«, J. Risae, H. Rees and F. Schnecker all of Genesee, Nez Perce co., 1. T. J. M. Howe, 48 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. We. W. BENJAMINE. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston,!. T. Sept. 6 1881. To Thyrta C. Brown and to whom it may eon. Bern. N OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settlor has Mod notioo of his intention to make final proof in support ef bis olaim, and seeure final entry thereof nt tbs aspiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, Vis: Saturday Oot. 8 1881, 10 A. ■>., at this offiee, William W. Deojamins, pre-emp tion P. 8. No. 1000 for the se qr ns qr and lots 1, 2 and 3 too. 1 tp 39 n. r 8 w, and names the following nt git witnesses, vis: D. G. Est««, B. A. Nymeyer, J. W. Benjamine and T. W. Patterson, nil of Moscow P. O. Nos Perce oounty I. T. J. M. Hows, 48 Register. notice forprI-ImptionproofT LEVI CASTLE LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I« T. Sept. 7 1881. N otice is hereby given that tue following- named settler bos filed notice of bii intention to make final proof in support of hi« claim, and securo final entry thereof sttbs expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, vis: Saturday Oot. 16th 10 a. it. nt this offleo Leri.. Castle, pro cmptlon D. 8. 1402 for the sw qr. lea. 21 tp. 30 n r 2 e, and names the following as his witnesses, vis: Wm. IJ. Ste phens. K. Milior, J. E. Byrun it .d J. Tdrpsn, nil of Grnngerille Idaho oounty, I. T. J. M. Mown, 48 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Wall* Walla W. T. Kept. 6. 1881. N otice is hereby given that the following named aettlb haa filed no tice of hia intcotion to make final proof ia «ap port of hia claim, that said proof will bo mad® before D. T. Welch, notary public, at Theon, Washington Territory, on Oct. 17, 1881 vii : D. T. Weit, pre-emption D. 8. 8845 for the no qr ne qr sec 10; ae qr ao qr aec 3; aw qr aw qr aeo 2; nw qr nw qr aeo 11 tp 7 n r 45 e, w m. He namea the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residente upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: L. A, ëtimpaon, V. 8. Tresoott, Benjamin Tlock and Joe U. Pierce all of Theon POW. T» E« H. Moaaiaoir, 48 Eegiater. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF CYRUS OVERMAN. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T: Aug. *0. 1881 N OTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settlor has filed notioo of hit intention to make final proof is «apport of bis olaim, nod seeare final entry thereof nt tho expiration of thirty days from the date of this notioo, vis: Friday Sept. SO, 1881,18 a. n. before B. F. Morris, deputy elerk, et hie eMco at Mt, Idaho I. T., Cyrus Overman, homretend No. 746 for the set tee. 30. tp. 30, n r 2 e, and nomas the following as his witnesses, vis: J. a. Gill, D. Carr and T. W. Glrton, nil of Granger Ule P. 0. Idaho County I. T. , J. M How« ,. 47-6w RagUki. MISCELLANEOUS. pOR SALE, ORB OF THF FINEST RESIDENCES ia LEWISTON, SIX GOOD ROOMS, best well of water in the City, Outbuildings complete, great variety of Fruit and Ornamental TRUSS pm- COME AND SEE. -OR CI+Y I MTU FOB SALE CHEAP. Farms from " Eighty " to " three-hnndrsd end twisty '' nsrea shsap na dirt, and lama asay, at tbs Real Eetata ami FureWsf Agnrg. PHIL. «lir.NRf. DELH 0 N 1 G 0 RESTAURANT, ( TVo «leere above J, P. VoTlmer'e Store,) LEWIS TON, ibAHO. Meals at all h oar» D ay and Night Hoard per week Five, Dollars. A first-eloss Bar attached, where the best ef Win««, Liquors sad Cigars are kept, GEO. BOARDMAIf, R. ) H. A. DAMAS Wholesale anti Rota Dealer la general MERCHANDISE. Per warding, Bterage and CsbbMm. JNO. P. VOLLMER. Leineton. flfr-tf SCOTT Mt. Jdeko. PUMTURE STORE. M iM U Hicry Street at bead ol tint. â JÊÈ M. M. WILLIAME», Proprietor, 17 IEPS CONSTANTLY ÔN HARD TOR re tale n fall stock of every variety and style of parlor, dining-room and kitchen (Uralter*. Lewiston I. T. May 1st 1670. _2fitf J. ALEXANDER WholeOtla ted Retail Desire QENERAL NERGHMDISI, LEWISTON, I. T. 16-tf. FOR SALE! 3 X>e«ix*a.l>le Lots IN THE CITY OF LEWISTON. LotftS and 4 IN Block 11 TITLE WARRANTED. enquire °f a ^ ahd 41 tf Lewiston, I. T. a Yourselves by making ____ w MW I when a golden chance it oflbred, UMUI ways take advantage of the good ehoame for making money that are offered, generally beooaae wealthy, while thoee who do not improve sneh ehanoet remain in poverty, Wa want many men, women boy« and girls u work for as right is their o wn local itiee. Tha bailnwe wiH pay mere than ten timoo ordinary wages. We fatnish an expensive outfit and ail that you need, free. No one «0 gages fall» t« make money vary rapidly. You oaa devot« your whole time ta tha woik or only y oar spare aomsbu. Fall information and all that is naadad.. rent fore. Address has«« A Ptrtlaad Mats*. MOI DRUB J. CJ.« GOLD STAltoUtÈÉŸ, I i : BLANK BOOKS* PENS, PENCl PLAYING ebi*r SCHOOL Fall B4euk sftmy Mt •» O now effwed st the Vi «ig VERY hO *»4e e. ram, w. a. rearm, i. s. c. Balk COHTUCtOIS AUK) DiâliHa 'WÊ , t ......... y" ; Y. - OF FIRIT QUALITY ARO Hit CPBOLSTEKUVë XW TBS South «ids ef head ef Feerth street, 1 TO NOTICÜ 2 N AND AFTER MAt iM, U»i, < naderslgaed.wmretl thst»geqdo oil :tt> Bidiag, treat Is made, . kAt lH Common Lumber, Ist qtaUiy < " 2nd 4 V o * lot «♦ à O * «ad « !•*•*• «* I Flowing, 1st « HO lad « « » o »! ist •* ** *•«$$ ! led - " « " J Mf DOORS, sommes ahm, $ FaMto. $$ Mfa 9 «f. ,d jnieiat, Daors. if «il lid RAW SA8H, oam,lbs!$n GLAIZED " " $i MOULDIN'*, LATTHtuF 8hin,lee, BraekeU,ßiratl Wm at«., ai Lowaal Uria^Rafire, - Special Contracts I made for leeg tl st hfl M i i fct I re jh gftw. Contracts mads pria* ia above data wM MP mala ia fores. 2ttf) MONTRXTB * MILL SUN m. fit. a*BA«r*i H .____ __ „ BaaaeU's hardware Mate, pored to do all Made sad gaawal Jobbing, - ••wing moshinre t« is of»«.«. J. K. LLWIBTON BU8IK1M A LL BUB Promptly aa FaltkfoOy. MARKET MEAT SSL New FUm CegMT U AND. ÜLB «treeu, D. 4-MM was""!