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=== tjfy »HD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPE R, ---WKATHEK UKHOKT. War Department, Signal Service United States Army, division of telegrams »ml re ports for the benefit of commerce and agri culture for the week ending Oct. 'JO 1881. Station Lewiston l. T. a Dat§ Burom. Th'r. //urn. Wind Hain W eniht *"« _Dash indicates rainfall too small to measure. .07 Cloudy 20.938 ' 44 > 01 NE li : 29:876 52 ! 61 : IV ! 4; ; 29.849 : 50 i 55 ; \Y 21 : 29.997 1 48 57 R 11 1 29.989 ! 51 : 56 l W li 29.964 , 50 : 33 NW i ai ■ 29.093 ! 56 i 38 i SW ! îi .00 Clear .00 Cloudy .00 Cloudy .00 Fair Whaley Bi.ake, Pvt. Sig. Corps U. S. A arrival and departure of mails to and FROM LEWISTON, I* T. To and from Walla Walla and intermediate i points. Leaves daily (Sundays excepted,) ut «,A. M, M ArriM# d * Uy# (Sunday8 exce P tcd ') j To and from Mt. Idaho, Florence, Warrens, j Elk City and Slnte Creek. Leaves daily j (Sundays excepted) at 3 a. u., arrives at 7 r To and from Pine Grove and intermediate points. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at ft, A. M. Arrives Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturday at 7, P. M. 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 ft A. M. Arrives Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 7, P. M. To and fioin Wallowa. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Waha—Leaves Tuesdays and arrives Wednes days. _ NKZ PERCE LODGE, NO. 10, A F. & A. M. will hold regular meet on Saturday Oct. 8, 1881 at ! sojourning bretheren ! R J Monroe W, M. CITY JOTS. 30 P. fraternally invited. JR. Schleicher, Sécrétai y . tri. But hcr farder is wathful and wary, A very ill tempered old churl,* And he's not tho sort of canary To be kicked for the love of a And he skipped, We'll finish this pome next week Bead the auction advertisement. Fcliool commences next Monday. Everybody is lining iu Winter wood. Damas' new building is nearly completed. County Commissioners court has been in ses sion this week. District court convenes in this city on Mon day next. The races at Genesee last Saturday were quite exciting. Next month is the time to have races here. Are we going to have any? Mr Burrell of Knapp Burell & Co. of Port land was in town this week. Dr. Falkman of tho Oregon Staat h Zeitung gave us a friendly call this week. The town has been crowded this week with teams loaded with grain. Thirty-five cases on the calendar for the October term of court. L. MoMorris, proprigmr.of the Dayton stage line was in town this wwk, Mr. T. 8. Weiler returned from Boise on last evouing's stage looking as hearty as ever. Martin Maulie has been in this city for the pufct week. Mr. J. H. Forney and wifo arrived from California on Friday last. Peter Bcawcr, from the upper country, is in this city. Geo* Glass, of this city, has becu quite sick for tho past few days. The Presbyterian church bell came last week, and weighs near a thousand pounds. B. K. Land, of this office, has gone home on a short visit. I j I j The conference of M. K ministers will lo holden in this city during the ensuing week. The court calender for the coining term is a little above average, save U. S. cases. then Alf There are a great many more men Beal hunting parses these days, and their ob jective point is not tho Bitter Root, either. Tho person who borrowed the unabridged dictionary from the school house will please re turn it at once, Tho Black Jack filibuster 1ms got a case, hut his board still remains unpaid " till after court*" It's a soit racket but—— Sociable at the residence of Jasper Ran 1 on to-morrow, [Friday] evening. A grand time to be had, and everybody invited. A jet carring, set in gold, wns lost in this city this week and the finder will confer a great favor by leaving it at this office. We have now on hand a largo »mount of job work but there is still room for mure. Send your orders in and you will be pleased with the work. U. S- Attorney W. R. White arrived in town last night and gave us a call. lie will remain to attend tho U. S* business before the October term of court. • We did not issue an extra on Beall's return from discovering the Clearwater pass, conse quently the full particulars of it were not culled out and used as original by our contemporary. WANTED IMMEDIATELY.—A good girl to do general house work, three in family. Ap ply to Mrs. Kata Blake or ut telegraph office Lewiston I. T. Mr. O. P. Hoddy, while running a job press, one day this week, nunglit the first tiinrer en his left hand iu the pree. and cut it of! at the first joint, Lewiston school will open Mor day, Oct, !0' at tht old aohool house in District No. 1. Dv order of the Board of Education. J. Q. Moxlky, C. P. Cobur!«, Clerk. Pres. due tlie for Saved.—W e are informed that Gray tc Co., will be able to save the greater portion of tlieir wood that drifted by Lewiston after the breaking of their boom. Rev. G. M. Irwin will lecture on literary anbjecta on Wednesday and Thursilhy even ing« of next week, for tbe benefit of the Methodist parsonage. A telegram announced that Northern Pacific Surveyors are en route for Lewiston to survey tbe Lo Lo pass of the Bitter Knot mountains Glad they bave come to their senses. j . \t Card. —Mr. and Mrs. Vollmer desire to thank the good people of Lewiston anil vi cinity for tlieir kind sympathy displayed towards them during their misfortune in the Iota of their little daughter Evangeline. Mr. I. Williams and Wm. King, of Four Mile, called on us this week and they report brops yielding well in that Section. Some of the flax may euffer front the early raine. Mr. Williams has hail considerably exfier ieuee in manufacturing linseed oil, and pttr ftoees so soon as he can nertect his arrange ments to construct works in that vicinity mr the manufacturing of oil. of in Grain Shi:tk.—P arties are constructing a grain shute from the top of the table laud south of Tammany Hollow to the margin of Snake river, so as to deliver their wheat to the landing of the steamer at that poiut in stead of hauling it to Lewiston for ship and ment. We understand it is the intention | of the steamers to Lake grain from any point oft tile river to which they can ascend. * Public School. —The public school of this city will ho opened on Monday next under the new school law enacted lor this district. The Board of Education have i 8eclirc ^ ^' e s '- rv * ceä °f ITof. Gardiner .from the east to take charge. Ho j will be assisted by other teachers. Mr. j Gardiner cornea tous well credited as a j man of culture and large, experience in the Survey Commenced.— The I. C. A M. Company have already put their surveyors on a survey of their road east from Lewiston. Their rente is along the south margin of the main Clearwater and south fork to middle fork. Thence crowing south fork to south side of middle fork and along south side of middle ami Selwai fork to the forks of Sel wai. Thence crossing Selwai to north side of the north* fork, Thence up north fork and Loyal creek to summit of the Beall pass ted IS of business of,teaching, and we trust lie will be well received by all friends of education as well as by the parents and guardians of our children and youth, and that his labors may be highly appreciated and strengthened so long as ho remains with us. Commenced Shipment.— The John Gates on Monday morning took from the landing on the opposite bank of Snake river about 00 tons of wheat which has lain on the bank for over two months awaiting shipment. This is the first load of wheat that has been taken from this section for weeks, the stea ! mer having arrived here and departed many ! time without tikieg any freight because they could not ship it through to its destination. Wo learn that it is the intention from this time forward to take grain from this section and land it at Texas where it will remain till the railroad is completed to that sec tion. God speed the time. Our city council have found it necessary to ordain a levy of a city tax to meet the liccefsary expenses of making improvement in our streets. It may be thought by some that a city council can do wonders towards the improvement of our city, on wind and talk, and they are often criticised for their neglect, but it takes money to pay the ex penses of these improvement, and when the property holders are called upon to pay their taxes, the same class of ''growlers*' may be heard to be loud in their complaints. I So far as we have been able to discover the j present* members of the council are doing all for the good of the city that could in rea son be asked of them. son be asked of them. Tha largest stock in the territory of WALL PAPER, PAINTS, WINDOW GLASS, DOORS »'»l WINDOWS, &.C., &.C., soldat prices to clear out, for casli only, at 52.3m J. J. BONNER'S. Tomatoes. — E. Texicr has, at L. Delsol's place, any quantity of tomatoes, anyone wishing to get the 3aine will do well to call on him. *4Btf COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. I EWIST0N, Oct. 3,1S81. *' At a regular meeting of the city council this day there were present S. C. Hale, Mayor; Menomy, Vantis, Monteith, Alex ander and Küster, councilmen, Vincent, I clerk and Young, marshal, minutes of last j meeting read and approved. Bill of Voting #T)0 and of Vincent, $20, allowed aud war rants ordered drawn for the amounts. Bill ; of L. Grostein, $3 7Û, and bill of committee; of arrangements for funeral obsequies, read , and referred to committee on finance. Re- 1 port of committee on ways aud means, was j . ' by ordinance to provide for levying tax foi - municipal purposes. Ordinance read first and second time under suspension of the rules. On motion rules suspended and or dinance read a third time and considered engrossed and ^^t^sSnZre^f | and passed, the mayor. Petition from Hoard of Educa tion read and accepted and referred to emu mitte on streets. Petition of citizens to open street leading from K street to Clear water slough, known as continuation of | Camas Prairie road read, accepted, and re- | ferred to c munit e :e on streets. On mo j i On tnu tion council adjourned till October 10, 1881 at 7 p m. . J. K. Vincent, Clerk. 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 become November, 1881, will become delinquent, ; \\ when the law will be strictly enforced for : tlie collection of all unpaid taxes. I will ; „ attend at the auditor's office in Lewiston for the purpose of receiving taxes until fur- G titer notice. H. W. Howard, Assessor and Tax Collector, Nez I'erce county, I T. Resolutions of Coiidolenco of ON DEATH OK EVANOEI.INE. , .. .- v U At a regular meeting of the Lautes (.uila I ... J ■ r •. r ent, of the church of the Nativity, Lewiston, I. T., held on Thursday evening Sept. 20th, j 1881, tho following preamble aud resolutions i Were adopted: j Whereas. It has pleased our Heavenly . Father, in His wise providence, to so grievously alllict our Christian sister and j family, Mrs. and Mr. J. P. Vollmer; there- j oui) RrtolveS, That we extern! to the family . P in this time bf tlieir sad bereavement our j profoundest sympathy. , f Htsoh'd, That we, as Christian co-work era, bid them -'sorrow, notas those without hope, and tourest assured that all is well | ÄÄ7" f ° r ° f8UCh,S lne K,,,s ' I Htsoh'td. Pint these resolutions and as- ' suranees lie entered upon the records of the . j society; that they bo published in the local pajiers, and that the secretary be requested I to transmit a copy of the same to the be- j u reaved family. . i SlONF.D:—Mrs. Major Krouti'iger, presi- j dent; Mrs. T. Hudson, vice-president; Mrs as John Rester, secretary: Mrs. J D. McCon tn-osiirer- Mrs E W Hauilhnian,. j Mrs. .Ir M Johns ": Mrs. H. N. McGuire ! Miss Hattie Daughmau, Miss Essie M. Phillip«, Mrs. D. Maxwell, Mrs. Fred Krontiuger, Mrs. C. H. Viuing, Miss Hattie . teofî.dre 1. W. B. ; McGuire. C^/n Aoaors.-^ron F. J . ---- FOR SALE.—-One span uf fine horaes, bameM awl wagon for sale cheap. Enquire j of L - ? tl "- k ' 4S°t r f. ! this oihee, Terms cash. FROM MISSOULA. Encountering Deep Snow-Several Days Without Food. Ou T'iesday eve. Geo. Banner, J. Lowe and P. K. Francis arrived in Lewiston from ! Missoula, having left that place on the 17th of September. They were well moun ted on good horses. Dave Baldwin, John Crooks aud Sid Brown left Missoula two days ahead of them. Banner and party came up the Lo To to the summit, tracking Baldwin and party all the way. On the 23d of September they encountered a snow storm. They followed the trail of Baldwin and party to a point about Ö0 miles east of the \\ eipe camas ground, ami here saw where they had left the trail and gone down towards the Loksa fork of Clearwater, and saw no further sign of them on the route. Banner an l party encountered snow from IS inches to three feet in depth on the trail. They lost the trail one day and wore the whole day in getting back to it. Their pro gress wia very slow, in consequence of which their rations gave out, and they were several days without anything buta little bread and salt. They know not what become of the Baldwin party, but had fears they had become lost in the mountains. DISTRICT COURT CALENDAR. Tho following is the district court calendar for tho Oct. term, commenc ing Monday the 10th, 1881, at Lew iston, Nez Perce county I. T., Judge Noruian Buck presiding: John Coffee adm., vs. ltush, Silcott, et ai; Sullivan for piff., Rand .for deft. Louis Dclsol vs. John Brearley, Maxwell, Elder, Sullivan & Ellsworth for plff, Rand, Loland, Poe for deft. Mary Splawn vs. L. S. Splawn, Rand for plff. John Bell vs. A. A. Lieuallen, Sulli van for plff., Maxwell for deft. M. Seller <fc Co. vs A. A. Lieuallen, Loland for plff., Maxwell for deft. Loewenberg Bros. vs. C. C. Mouncc, Rand for plff., Maxwell for deft. No. 1. Porter Openheiincr et al vs. A. A. Lieuallen, Rand for plff. Lc land and Maxwell for deft. No. 2. Porter Openheimer ct al vs. A. A. Lieuallen, Rand for plff, Ice land and Maxwell for deft. J. R. Dawson vs. A. A. Lieuallen, Rand lor plff, Lcland and Maxwell for deft. Porter Openheimer et al, vs. A. A. Lieuallen, lland for pi IT. Leland and Maxwell for deft. R. Sherlock vs. T. S. Billings, Rand for plff. J. Alexander ys. S. R. Smith, J. J. Alexander ys. S. R. Smith, J. W. Poe for plff'. C. P. Coburn v3. Geo. Sears, Rand for plff. Frank Bros. vs. Northrup à Moore, et al, Hoover it Sullivan for plff, Le land for deft. Shissler it Siers vs. II. W. Howard; Rand for plff. Quackenbush for deft. Frank Bros. vs. Christenson <t Mat son, Hoover and Sullivan for plff., Le land for daft. C. & M. C. Mooro vs. estate of Greiser, Rand for plff Sroup it McCrum vs. J. Kaualoy, Rand for plff. John Brearley vs. D. B. Favor, Rand for plff. 1st National Bank, Walla Walla, vs F. Holt, J. Ruud for plff. L. Ankeny vs. T. S.«I!illings, Rand ; * or C. O. Bunnell Vi. 11. II. Bcemau, , Rand for pill. 1 Knapp, Burrell Co. vs. R. II. j Bceman, Rand for pi IT. Clins. Hatter vs. A. Green, Leland a for pill'., Sullivan it Hoover for deft. Loewenberg Bros. vs. Geo. Froese, Rand for plff'. Kattio Dunwell vs. L. T. Dunwcll, | Maxwell for plff., Leland for deft. | Hoover it Sullivau for plff, Leland for | J e f cn( ] an t. rr. », xv-n City of Lewiston vs. E. T. B. Mills, Bertine Johnson vs. Kesper John j son, Maxwell for plff'., Belaud for deft, i Matilda Itobedce vs. W. R Robedee Rand for plff, Leland for deft. J. W. McGrow vs. I. N. Maxwell, | Rand for plff, Maxwell for deft, j | ) yj White vs. Coburn & Ward | ; \\ ardwell. : M Kc i] y ant j jj Stuintou vs ; „ i, countv Rand for niff I treo county, Italia loi p.n., G uai; R el 'bUsll tor dett. N. B. Holbrook vs. Nez Perce Co., Rand for plff, Quackenbush for deft. TELEGRAPHIC. . . . . . . . The cabinet is to remain asatpres , •__ c ___________ ent, till the regular session of congress, Tho fund for Mrs. Garfield has swelled to C?307,0UQ and upwards. A disastrous fire has been raging at Moscow, ltùs*ia. ... The Star Route Ritig is to be vigor oui) ]y prosecuted with Arthur's ap P ro ' a • • ^ monument fund is being collected , f or tho purpose, of erecting a monu '. 1 . . -, " ment for the dead president, | An earthquake visited Abrazzi and I destroyed o^r 1000 houses and left ' tour fifths of the population snu.ter . j ess . . , . ^ -, I It is s id that Mc V eagh has sig j u jfied his wish to tho president that i bis resignation shall take effect as soon ; j f ,i.„ l.uvi as possible consistent with the busl nCBS oi the oftiee. j j . , . . , ! ! A sewing mach.no agent, named De W itt was shot twice by another ageu , named Spencer at New Tacoma. lhe . WOUI1 ds considered mortal. Kpcnccr 1. under armt Kpencer had ; ls . been before ordered to leave town for saying that Garfield deserved his death, or wor( } s to that affect, hut he had re j turn( ,j a|1(1 lhe altercation grew out ! of remarks made by De Witt. if FROM IDAHO COUNTY. Rich Mines. IVm. Kelly, long a resident of Idaho county ami for most of the time in Warrens arrived in town this week. Mr. K. has been engaged in mining most of the time since iu that county, a part of the time in quartz mining, and a part of the time in placer mining, and is regarded as an excel' lent miner in either, lie gives the condi tion of the Warrens camp as having I »etter quirt* prospects than ever before. Several ledges are being worked with the liest of results, considering the limited means em ployed. The yield of ores is good, and the amount of ore that can he obtained of high grade is large oousiloriug that most of the ledges are comparatively small. Willey, Johnson and Carr are doing well with their ledges. A new discovery has been made on Smith s gulch, about one mile from Wash ington that promises better than any previ ously discovered. Its croppings are rich. Placer mining during the season in the camp has been mostly conducted by Chi namen who have done quite well. Mr. Kelly says that he paid a visit last week to the scene of operations of J. Klippeil Jt Co., who have been making experiments with wing dams on Salmon river, near F. A. Shearer's place at tho mouth of Elk creek. Their plau for wing dams is a de' ided success, and they have recently opened onto very rich sfVata of heavy round or shot gold into the bed of the river, about five feet from the surface of tho bottom of the water. They wheeled out on a wheel borrow five loads of tho earth and gravel, from which they obtained $15, or an aver age of $3 per load. They had not yet struck the bed rock, and they do not know how much further below them it lies. Their success has brightened the hopes of hun dreds in that county, for it is well known that the bars submerged by water along Salmon river are numerous for a distance of 10!) miles, where surface prospects are »equally good with those near Elk Creek. We may cxjiect next season to see lively times in working the bed .of Salmon river. N of of the this at 8. tp of his his sw K. ORDINANCE NO. 47. An ordinance to provide ro/enue for the support of the municipal govern ment of the city of Lewiston for the fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1832, and for the improvement of streets in said city. The city of Lewiston dots ordain as follows: Section 1. It i* hereby ordered that the following designated taxes bo levied iu said city of Lewiston, for tho fiscal year ending se city of Lewiston, for tho fiscal year ending June 30 1882, to-wit: A tax of two »hills on the dollar for general municipal purposes, and a tax of two mills on the dollar for street and sewer purposes, and the «aid amount of taxes lor general municipal, street ami «ewer purposes, are hereby levied on each und every dollar of property, both real and personal, within tho limits of said city, which is by law taxable for territorial and county purposes* 8bc. 2. That tho taxes provided for in sec tion one shall become delinquent on the first Monday of December 1881, uuless the same shall hnve been paid to tho city treasurer before said day. Sec. 3. This ordinance to go into effect aud be in force from and alter its passage and ap proval. Passed the council uni approved by tho May or, Oct 3 1881. J. K. \Tklent, 8. C. Hai e. Clerk. Mayor. FOR SALK.—a span of horses with bug gy and harness. Also one brood marc and two year old cult. Kuquire of A. Leland. .foafi.Y fîv RESTER, TV. <Ê» . D RAY MAN, WILL no VOL'H MtAVIXU IN GOOD SIIAl'E. Fonrarding, Transferring, and De livery attended to promptly. (OKU WOOD FOR SALE. 48-tr LEWISTON Flouring Mill, Manufacture and keep constantly on hand , BAKER'S EXTRA, SUPERFINE and GRAHAM. CRACKED WHEAT, MID DLINGS, SHORTS, BRAN, ETC. Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. JOUV BRfAKLY. 48-tr PURE PARA GPS ; Tie mre the Bouts arc stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, und have the PI R E ^MSUS on tbe foot aud instep j which prevent their cr. eking or breuking -A.SK FOU Union India Rubber Co'.s CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS and COATS, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ! ! They will last twice *s long as any other mtt / ufacturcd . , FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. zVll kinds Iiubb-r Pelting, Packing, Hnap Snrinv. Olothimr. Boot* Hose, Springs, Clothing, Boots and aShocs, Etc. Goodyear Rubber Co. R. H PEASE, Jr. ( . S. M. RUNYON, I '.io Eäs rrsnoit-cu. LEGAL. of NOTICE FOR PRE-IMPTION PROOF. MARK U. HOBART, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiitoa I. T. Sept. 12 1S81 N otice is hereby oivkn that the following named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final (roof in support of his clsiin, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice vis: Tuesday Oct. 25 18SI 10 k H, at this nfiioe Mark 11. Uoliart, preemption I). 8. No. 1117 for the r.J nef end nj sej seo. 24, tp 39 n r 5 », and names the following ss his witnesses, via: Albert tleer, wnlüstry Linville of Moscow I. T. J. M. Hows. 49 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. Wir. WKLL8. LAND OFFICE AT Ltwist.cn» 1. T. Sept. 9 '881. T^TOTICK IS 11KRKBY GIVEN THAT T1IR following named settler has filed notice of his intentioitoto make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereot at the expiration of thirty days from the date of ttiifl Uftice, vit: Monday, Oot. 24 1881 10 A n at this office Wai. J. Wells, pre-emption D. 8. No 7DO for the nwi nei sec 85 and swi sei raid r| sw qr sco. 2ft tp .88 n r 4 w and names the fol lowing as hii witnesses, vix: W. Gray. Win. Gibbs, 8. Niles, A. Brigham, A. Wardrobe aud K. Gray, all of Genesee 1* O Nei Perot Co, IT. • J M Howe, 49 Register NOTICE TO SAMUEL W, EVES. LAND OFF*CK AT Lewiston I T Sept. 8 1881 SAM TEL W EVES—You »re hereby notified that your Timber Culture entry No. 123. dated Feb. 29 1878, upon ne qrsw qr n) no qrand sw qr se qr see. 7 tp 3& n r 5 w Is hehl for cancellation by the Hon. Cotu'r General Land Office, having been adjudged forfeited July 23 1881 for non onmpHance with the provisions of act'of June 14 1878, upon allegations filed against It by Jesse C. Rigby, Nov. 21 187#. You are allowed 00 days in which to per feet an appcul from this decision. J M Uown 49 Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Wall, Walla, W. T. Sept 7, 1881 ■yOTICE 13 HEREBY CHVKN TUAT 1 1 Vibe following named settlor ha, filed notice uf his intention to make final pruof in support uf his claim, and that said proof will ho made before E. R- Burk, clerk list, court, at Dayton \v. T., on October 18, 1881, vim William R Tuttle, pre-emption D. S. No. 3150 tor tho awj sec. 9, tp, 9 n r 40 o w in. Ho namri the ful lovring witnesses to provo his ooutinuuua rest deuce upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: D. S. Tresoott, tloo. Cummings, Themas 11. Cooper of Thoon 1' O W. T„ aud Win. Furrlah of Anatonc I'. 0. W. T. K. II. .VottniioM, 49 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF. BKNJ. F. VAUGHAN. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, 1. T., Sent, ti, 1881. N otice is hereby given that tho following-named settler baa liled notice of Ids intention to make dual proof in support of his claim, and secure dual en try thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz : Monday Oct. It), 1881, 10 a. tit. before K. A. Samp son, J. I'., at his office at G ttesee precinct, Ncz Force co., 1. T„ Betijimiii F. \ augliatt, pre-emption I), tv. Ko, 1*1,4» for the X w j sec. 35 tp. 37 N it 5 w and names the fol lowing as ltis witnesses, viz: D. Warner, j. Risse, H. Itooa and F. Sclmoekor all of Genesee, Nez I'erco oo., I. T. J. M. IIowe, 48 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. Wa- W. BENJAMIN. LAND OtFlCE AT Lewiston, I. T. Sept. C 1881. To Tliyrta C. Drown aud to whom It may con cern. N otice is hereby giventhat thk following imined Bettler hau filed notice of ' is intention to make final proof in support of i.s claim, and secure final entry thereof at the (piratioo of thirty day« from tho Unto of this notice, vie: Saturday Oct. 8 1881, 10 a. M«, at this office, William W. Benjamin, pre-emp i D. 8. No. 1000 for the so qr no qrand lots 1, 2 aud 3 sec. 1 tp39 n. r 0 w, and name* tho following us his witnesses, vi« : D* G. Estes, U. A. Nvoivyor, J. W. Benjamine aud T. W. Patterson, all of Moscow P. O. Nex Perce county I. T. J. M. Howk, 48 Register. NllTICc FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LEVI CASTLE LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston T* T. Sept. 7 1881. N otice is hereby given that the .following- named settler has filed notice ut his intention to make final proof in support of hi* claim, mid secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thitty day* from the date of till* notice, via: Saturday Oct. 15th 10 a. m. at this office Levi.. Castle, pro ciuptlon D. 8. 1402 for the *w qr. sec 21 tp. 30 n r 2 «, and name* the following us hi* witnesses, vi i: Win. II. Ste phen*, K. Millor, J. E. Byron end J. Turpen, all of Grangevillc Idaho county, 1. T. j.m. now«, 48 Reginter. E NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Sept. 5, 1881. N otice is hereby given that thefullowing named nettle hua filed no tioc of hi« intention to make fin») proof in *up port of hi* claim, that said proof will bo made bo fort D. T. Welch, notary public, at Theon, Washington Territory, on Oot. 17, 1881 viz : D. T. West, pre-emption D. 8. 3345 for the nc qr no qr sec 10; »orfjr «e qr «ec 3; *w qr sw qr «co 2; uw qr nw qr *oo 11 tp 7 n r 4.» e, w m. ilo name* the lollowing wit nesses to prove hi* continuous rcflidouae upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz : L. A. Stimpson, I>. S. Tresoott, Benjamin Tbok and Joe 11. Pierce all of Theon P O W. T* £• II. 48 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. FRANK If. HAVES. LAND OFFICE AT Lcwistun, f. T.Bept. 7, N otice is hereby given that the fulluwiog named settler ba* filed noticeof his intention to make fluni proof in support of his clsiin, and securo final entry thereof at the emiratiun of thirty days from the date of this nutioe, vis: Monday Oet III 1S81, 10 A , K. before II. If. llartun, J. I*, at his office in Moscow precinct, Nei Berce county I. T. Frank H. Hayes, preemption D. 8. No. 144*2 for tho sw qr. se qr. seqi.ew qr sec# and ue qr. nw qr. nw qr. nc qr. sec. 7, tp .19 n r 4 w, and uutues the following as hi* wit nesses, via: Joifu fi. 8hieids. M. C. True and B. A. Nymeyer, all of Nez Perce county I. T J. M. Howk, n48-) Register. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Sept 7, 1881. N otice is hereby given that the : ftillowing'Datnu'l ffcttler bar filed notice | _ . of bis intention to make final proof^.n support J of his claim, and that said proot will be mad* j before E* li. Burk, clerk dist. court at Du/ton W. T*, on October 18 1881, vii: Thom** B. | Cooper, pre emption D* S No. 3118, for the j w4 nej sec. 30, and wj sei lrc - 10 tp. 8 n r 4o e Ue names the following witnesses to prove his eontinuou* residence upon, and culGvation of, . said land. vix. D* 8. Tresoott, George Cum : __; - _- U* la T..4»l. 'Pk.nw 1) n W T en.l I U. Tuttle of Theon P. O. W. T. aaJ Wm. Farriab, of An atone P. O. \V. T E. U- Mobbiso*. 49 Regiiter. 1 en MISCELLANEOUS. ONE or TUF FINEST FOR SALE RESIDENCES in LEWISTON, SIX GOOD ROOMS, best well of water in the City, Outbuilding» complete, great variety of Fruit and Ornamental TUBES. /r COME A XI) SEE. -«35. CITY LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP. Farms from " Eighty " to " three-hundred and twenty " aero* ohaap as dirt, and terms easy, at the Real EetaU ud Partkaemg Agency, PHIL. «RIGSBY. DELM0N1C0 RESTAURANT, ( Ttco doors abort J % P, VoUmtr't Store,) LEWIS TON, IDAHO. Meals at ill hoars Day and Night. Board pec week Five Dollar*. A first class Bar attaohed, where tho beat uf Wines, Liquers and Cigar* ore kept. «EO. BOARDMA1V, Proprietor A. MIMAS Wholesale Ami llct* Dealer In general MERCHANDISE. Fornirdlitg, Storage and Commlaaton. V0M.MKB, J.vuiUon, '20-tf W.SCOTT Ml, Idaho, FURNITURE STORE. Montgomery Street at fcoad ol First. : M. M. WILLIAMb, Proprieto*, K kepr tonstantly on hand for »ale a full *tock of «very variety and styl« of parlor, dining room and kitchen furniture. Lewitdni? I. T. Mav 1*t 1879. 28tf J. ALEXANDER Wbolesa'* and Retail Dealer GENERAL mCllMDISE, LEWIKTOW, I. T. 15-tf. FOR SALE! ä Destirablo Iaots IN THK CITY OF LEWISTON. Lots 3 and 4 IN Bldek IS. TITLE WABKANTED. ENQUIRE OF 41 tf A. LELAND Lewiston, I. T. : | Yourselves by making money when a golden chance is offered, thereby always keeping poverty from your door. TU<>ko who al ways take advantage of tbe good J chance* for making money thit aro offer.d, j ^rxerally become wealthy, whilo those who do improve saoh chauces remain in poverty. | \v r e want many men, women boys and girls to j Wür || f or q« right in their own localities. The i, Uf ines8 will pay more than ten time« ordinary wmgc „ t Wo furnish an expensive outfit and all . you need, free. No one engages fails to : , nÄ » tw money very rapidly. You can devote I .... . .. r . yuur whole time to tbe woik or only year (pare momenta. Full information and aul needed aent free. Portland Maine. that i* Addma Snatoa A Co. j. a- n —MiUM GOLD ST AT 10 BUNK BOOKS,« PISS, PENCILS, PLAYING 4 COPY BOC ■ -V SCHOOL 3S MUCILAGE, Full Stock of I aow oforod at I VERY LOWEST ] 0. MALI, W. a. CMHW, 4M - S. C. HALE * COltmCTOM 1» ALSO DKALKR3 IX 1 FURN OF FIRST QUALITY MI8 «EST «TW. UPHOLSTERING 0OMI IN THE BEST MANNER. South aide of Maatgamry tMN hood of Fourth rtroot, UttitN I. T. • «. ; ttdt' NOTICE TO ...AND... O N AND AFTER MAT usilsrrigBsd will Niltbahrg**Js att . „ bslow sauted. Tara* m*h. «»Il«« lf*ll «Mt» tract U mads. RATXBt ' ;;i, Cuo. mon Lumbar, lit quality « U. ft., «Il M y§gg Rustic», t il « , ..'•if » « na» « 2nd « ,-kf « « NN Flooring, lat « «MW ** 2nd « « r m m Biding, lat ** » « MM u 2nd <• •• « MM ' " DOORS, oommon *Ua, I PaauU. WUtil M ......* »«TSte*** Door*, MoutMl, astr*. RAW SAffl.eom, .Ue,|l Ut*IM||*l*tW ULA1ZED " •• Sflit*«M M « MOULDING, LATH, PIOKCT«, Shiny lei, Rra'iett, Bereit Wert, IWattfl at«., at Lowuat , „ Special Coilféctit made for lAig timber* a»4 l*rf*«(4ar*. K Contrasts maio prior to shot* iate «01 »*»' main in foro*. . 2»tf) MONtstfä * SKILL. SUN a. n. HPBACIUBj H as again oprnsd shop in a. eà Bunnell'* bardwaru (tara, where ha I* fau* pared to do all kiada of gas sad «total anaato sad general jobbing, also repalrfag all ktofla a# sewing machine«. _ Ulf. J. K. VINOBMTj A.TJOTIOITBJBIC; LEWISTON, 1.1. A ll .business -attendu) Promptly and faithfklly. I to i* MEAT MARKET.' g£r twhm 0Êt$ ' U*è. i- - aLUm .m i Comte at Sd Md tf Ols îtaxd. streets, Lewistoix LT. D. WJ t'34K JOB PRIN'ri^O thi» office.