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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY MID ClUNTY OFfKlAL PAP.R. fK, TELLER has the largest circulation any paper in XorlA l Ja ' 10 . THURSDAY----- „OCT. 13, 1881. WBAT WILL BE BOND ? It in evident thn* 01ir F 00 !^ 0 much interest in the matter ol railroau communication eautwsrd via Lewiston and the Clear rater, from the fact that the question is often ashed hy citizens of every grade, "What will now be done, since it lias been demonstrated thet there is a practicable pass fnr a railroad through the Bitter Root range in the vicinity of the head waters of the Clearwater] Everybody seems anxious to know what are the pr t . peets in this respect, and it is a ques tion that we would be glad to answer definitely and satisfactorily, but we cannot at the present. At ono time it was announced that the Northern Pa eiflo would prefer to go by this route if it were practicable to cross the Bit tar Root rang«, and some effort was made to find such a route, but these efforte failed, and large expenditures hive ainoe been incurred in building in another direction, which expenditures are deemed by some to forbid the abandonment of their chosen route, although it is quite apparent that the dhot of construction of thoir road from the eastern terminus of the Pend Oreille to the Beaver head river along their surveyed route would far excoed the coit of construction from Taxas landing on the Snako through the Clearwater pa's to the same point on the Beaver head, and give a road 150 miles shorter than vis the Pend Oreille starting from Ainsworth and traverse a far better agricultural country. The fact that Truax was sent by Oakes to view out the Lo Lo pass has some sig nifioanoe, tut of what it is not so easy to determine. Truax's report wat fav orable, but no definite information has jet been given to the public, that the N. P. Op., purpose to act upon Truax report.*Tbe Beall pirty have since m disclosed a much better pass than did Truax, and yet no one knows whether the IT JP. Company or the O. R. Ji N. Oky If the Oregon Transcontinental Oetfpsny have any dosiro to avail themselves of sny of these passes . through the Bitter Root range. Wo hear many speculations about the mat ter, but upon tracing them up it does net become settled that there is any purpose of any of these companies to even make an effort to secure and occupy, and build through anj one of these passes. The Idaho, Clearwater A Montana Company are folly confident that they can aecur 0 the a d to build in esse no other one of these companies really and in ear nest contemplate a through liuo via Lewiston and the Clearwater, and to thia end they are in correspondence with "men both from the east and CUIiforn'a who are considering the question from the data already fur nished end other data which will be ihraislwd at the proper timo. No one claims that the origiual incorporators the Idaho company have the money ild their system of roads without L no one ha* ever pretended thfc, but (tfey do claim that their pro jeetod iyeteuH|bettcr than all others lor the northwirf .coast by adding a touts down Snaaeriver and across the Cas cade mountains to the Sound. The •MB identified with the Idaho com are old pioneers of the country, Jrnow its advantages and resources 1, if not letter than the same tuber of men of the other companies hined, and their system of roads r? has been planned from that know! edge, and they are not egntistocal when they claim this for themselves. No sagacious man who knows the country will dsre dispute the fact. He that runs over their projected lines of road •id reads the country tributary there to will find all that is claimed fully demonstrated. There is one point in the purpose of the Idaho company and that » they will exert themselves in all laudable wsys to induce the build ing of a road via Clearwater at ai early a day as practicable, rather than ; to mmply make a location and survey, ml then delay the building to a peri * four or five yean henco, and who 'ill give the best guaranty of the building of the road, will *•' the warmed encouragement the Idaho, Clearwater and Mon Ooaptny as well ss from the citi bordertng the lines of their pro motes. ^ They have expended Me time and money in mak ite the practicability of a rail ÏJW ®f easy grade through the 1 Boot range, and on© of cornpar low altitude, bath of which facts by engineers doing which they a shorter route by 150 •fly e ther known route, and will get credit for are justly entitled it Judge Luck's Charge to the Territorial I Grand Jury. I Ol-z.T.'.K'tEX of the Jury:—I t i, customary and the law makes it the du _ ty of the court to give you such infer muten as he may deem prop-r as to t'tc natura of your duties and any charges .. J . , for public offenses returned to the court are likely to come~before tlicj grand jury. j Upon entering upon your duties you I should first appoint a clerk whose duty ; it shall be to keep accurate minutes of . the proceedings und the evidence tak en and at the close of your délibéra- 1 tions these minutes should he given to] the prosecuting attorney unless special reasons they are given to the j court. All your deliberations should ] he secret, and no ono should divulge j your proceedings, except in your writ ten report to tiio court. Much harm is sometimes douo by grand jurors, talking upon the street and elsewhere of what occurs in the jury room. No one has a right to question you as to' whut is und«r consideration by the jury, and if an attempt is made to do so, it is your duty to inform those do-1 irtg so that- you are not permitted to j talk of those matters. If they persist in doing so you should report them lo the court for punishment for contempt. \*ou should permit no one to be present during your session except the witnesses and Prosecuting Attorney. Your foreman is authorized to admin ister tho oath to the witnesses, and the Prosecuting Atty is authorized to be present with you for the purpose of examining witnesses and giving you legal advice. After concluding your examination of witnesses on uny «rim inal charge brought before you, if you deem it of sufficient importance to be brought to the attention of the court, you should if the offender be kuowjr to you find an indictment, if not known, you should report the facts in a pre sentment to the court. In voting on an indictment you should vote by ballot, and the vote be written, bill or no bill. No ono, not oven the prosecuting officer should be present duiiitg tlio consideration of any matter after the evidence is taken, and no one should disclose outside of the jury room what was said by any juror or how any juror voted on any matter before you. Twelve should agree on an indictment or pro sentiment for a criminal charge, und the prosecuting officer should prepare any presentment or indictment found by you. If at any time you desire more instructions upon any matter than is given you by the prosecuting officer you are at liberty to come into court and receive it from the court. In tho consideration of the matters which conio properly under your care it should be borne in mind that your action is of the utmost importance to tho welfare of society. Grand jurors who by carlessness and negligence al low their duties to be but poorly at tended to, or not attended to at all, justly bring the gland jury system into disrepute, but when thoir duties are performed thoroughlyand uupartially as was comtomplatcd by I ho founders of our government, the system is, will continue to bo the safe guard of the people, against lawlessness and crjme. iu C 6e N I. and I Gentlemen of tho- jury it is tho gen oral duty of every citizen to see that tho laws are enforced, but the law makes it your special duty to ece that tho laws are obeyed and that all pub lio officers discharge the duty faith fully. It often happens that officers elected to execute the laws take it up on themselves to determine what laws they will execute and what they will permit to be disregarded. This is all wrong. Tho people elect the legisla ture to enact our laws, and the public officers to execute them, not according to their own ideas, but as they are found upon our statute books. So it sometimes happens that records are improperly kegt, prisoners improperly taken care of, roads are allowed to be come impassable and neglected because the officers whose duty it is to attend to these matters do not do their duty. It rests with you gentlemen of the jury to correct. riieSST evils, Under the law you are tho only body ef men whoso especial duty it is to see that officers do their duty. You como from the body of the people, you act iu the place of the people, and if you neglect your duty public inconvein ience, crime and dtoaster must result. I have been requested to charge you as to the condition of our public roads and public buildings. Tho county roads are under the care of tho county commissioners and road supervisors ap pointed by them. It is the duty of these officers to use reasonable care and diligence to keop our public roads in S3 good condition as the public funds will permit. So it is their duty to provide public buildings for the use of the county. It is sufficient for me to charge you that it is your duty to inquire into the actions cf these os , well as all other public officers. Not in a spirit of a fault finding desire to I criticise the uctions of others, but with j the honest desire to see that public j officers do their duty fairly and with reasonable care according to the means ,,, . .. , at their disposal. ft ia not necessary for me to charge you particulary concerning the matters that will be brought to y iur attention, R is your first duty to inquire into the charges ngaiust any who are in custody. The prosecuting officer should conduct the investigation these cases, and it is better generally forj«h:ithe examine witnesses and exer C * 8B his judgement as to lmw much evidence should be brought before you. Jurors sometimes feel it to he their duly to extend their investigation much beyond wliut is doomed neces sary by the prosecuting officer. They have the right to do this but ns a rule into is better to submit such matters to the discretion of the prosecuting officer, By this means you will avoid a largo amount of irrelevant rnat'er which calculated to confuse rather than 'o | y ou * n ^ ,e discharge of your du ties, An officer will be in aUemlance | upon you who will see that you are furnished with the necessary conven iences for the discharge of your duties. DIED. K ESTER—In Holt. Provint » of Ontario, Can U'lada, Sept. 22,1881, of consumption George Robert Lester, aged 22 yenw. Tho decoitsed i» a brother of our worthy townsmun, Mr. John Hester. MARRIED. HOWARD—-NOVKR—Iu th 1881, I» v T. II Hudson. •» denooofM ty Oct.dx , at the U A. Ho to Delilah J. Noyer, both of Columbia coun ty. W. T. VA NOR DEN JOHNSON—by J. K Vincent, .1. P. Oct. 12 18*1, J. Jl. Vanordcn to Mary 1Î. Johnson, all of Moscow. NEW TO-DAY. NOTiCc FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. N otice is iierki following- named s THOMAS H, HARRISON LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T. Oct. 10 1881. EliY GIVEN THAT THE settlor baM filed not intention to uiako final proof in hi« claim, and secure final entry there expiration of thirty days from tho dato of rh notice, vi*: Saturday N<«v. 12 10 a. m. at th... . oüioe Thoma« H. Harrison pre-emption DS | No, 1304 for the lets 3 ami 4 nml [ swj see 18 and ne* inv \ sec 19 tp 35 n r 5tv, and ] names tlie following as his witnesses, viz , nvinr^iif ! •it at the ! C A Thatcher. J \Y Rigby nnd J Hand, a of Lewiston I. T, J. M. Howe. 5 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. M 0 TRI E LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T\, Oct. 12, 1881. N otice is hereby given that the following-named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and secure final en try thereof r.t the* expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz : Saturday Nov. 12 1881 10 a. m. at this office Mark C True pre-emption DSNo. 1491 for the tiA 6e j and s^ no j sec 24 to 40 n r ti w, and names the following as his witnesses, viz; N W Hawley, D fl Estes, H McGiegor and IF S Suiratt, all of Moscow, Nez Perce Co., I. T. J. M. Howe, 1 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax, W. T„ Oct. 10, 1881. j^OTICE 18 HEREBY: GIVEN THAT __ the following named settler has filc«l I notice of his intention to make Huai proof in support of his claim before the register and receixe: at Colfax, \V. T., on N« v. 29, 1881, at 10 o'clock a m. and secure linal entry thereof viz : Nathan T. Shirley who tiled D. S. No, 14ti5 f« r the <*!} uej of sec 11 and so| of sec 2 tp 13 n of r 43 c, w. in. nuil mmes the« following hi« wittiesses, viz : Albert Greeu, Noah Green, Frank Thompson and Halter 8. Craig till of Clinton P. O. Washington Ter. J. M. Armstrong, l Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. THOMAS P, RUBLE. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax. W, T. Oct. C 1881. N otice is hereby given that the following-name«! settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support, of his claim, before the Ù. S. Land office at Colfax W. T. November 23d 1881 at 2 o'clock p. m. ( and secure final entry thereof vi*: Thomas H. Ruble who made homestead application No. 1475 for the w} ncj and eè nw) m>o. 18 tp 1H n r 45 e, w m, and names the following us his witnesses, vis: W. N. Hooper, A. B. Maxwell, L. P. Brown and John hkeeno. J. M. Armstrong, 1 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. N c LAND OFFICE AT Colt ax W. T. Oct. 7 1881. OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT __the following named settle has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, before the U. S* Land office atColfar W. T. November 25 1681, at 10 o'clock a. m. and secure final entry thereof viz: Edward II. Kixou. who made homestead appli cation No. 691 Walla Walla series, for the nei sec. 35 tp. 12 n. r 45 e w m, an 1 unmet» the fol lowing as his witnesses, viz: Nelson Skeels, F M. Hanna, Phelps Gose, Edward Skeels, Thomas Shaffen und C. B. Stewart, P. O. Uniontown. J. M. Abmstroxo. 1 Register* Strayed. F rom my place, s miles south of Farmington, \) . T.. about May 15, 1 bay filly, 2 years old, no brands, small star in forehead, small strip on left nostril, sore on left thigh, at or near tho round. A suitable reward will be paid for information of same, or delivery of it to A. Qcbkmbr. 3w Farmington, W. T. Strayed. ROM MY PLACE ON PINE CREEK, I. two year old dark bay horse colt ^ on left shoulder, also one sorrel colt white face, tune brand. $5 reward will be paid for aay information of them or $10 for dolivtring them to me at my place. 3w J O. Ucca, T7IROM M F T. one t braneed l?r « Payers, WILL ATTEND IN THE FOLLOW places fur tlm pu _ for the year 1 SHI, viz: Mes- f i.f col , ----------------- JfotiCB to I j places f.>r th j lectiii^taxv^for ^the^jear^ ; ^ ^ Hait >ri 'iimise. Palmise, Bridgé Nov. 1st mnl 2d, office at. William Kwi.wr Farmington Nov. 3d end 4tli, office at hotel H. \Y. Howard, Nez Perec Co. tax-collector. Lewi*ton Dot. 5 1SKI. _ 32 3 *. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax, \V. T. Oct. R. 1881. N otice is hereby given that: the following-named settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in ] support of liis claim before the L . S. Land 1 Office at Colfax, \Y. T„ Nov. 17, ISSl, at [ I o'clock p. in , and secure final eu try there of viz: Daniel St nippier, wli made htiint ntead application'No. 1241 for the nej uwj and lot 1 section Hi Ip 12 u r40t w. in., and names the follow ing na his witnesses, viz: C. \\ . Skeels, H. A. Skeels, Nelson Skecls and M. F (lose P. U. Cniontown . J. M. Armstrong, 62 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla, W. T. Kept. 23 1881. HEREBY <il\ EN THAT THE huiikhI settler bus fil»*'l notice of ntection to make final proof in support of 1 that sai l proof will be made be Welch, notary public, tit Tin N otice is i followintf-ni is......................... | r nuWmberiih issî. v il: Daniel H. 1 Jj } î0 Hn ,j gC y | said land, viz: Joseph Pack wo Anutouo, W. T. Robert Pierce, U. W. W. >d uud Francis Sunitol, E. II. Morriso R egis NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. F. SCHNECK NEU. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T. Sept. 20, 1881 'VOTICK Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT T1IK Ilf following-named settler has filed 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 «lato of this notice, via: Saturday Nov. 5, 1881, U a. iu., 1 fore E. A. Sampson, J. P., at his office in Genesee precinct. Ne* Perce county, 1. T, Frederick Sohneckncr. pre-em ption 1>. S. No. 1000 for si MV (,r section 28, tp 37 n r 5 w. and names the following as his witnesses, viz : J. Hisse. B. F. Vaughan. S. Evans and T. II. Mason all of Oenc-seo. Ncz Perce county, I. T. J. M How k 47 5w Register. G CONTEST NOTICE, TO CHARLI.S BEQUEST 1! S LAND OFFICE, Lewint'in I. T. Kent. 2« 1881 IMPLAINT BEKN UNTKKED AT, J this office by William Gray agsiust . ... .. | pear at this otitee on the 7th day of N 1881, nt 1 «'cluck p. in., to r. spuml and ] furnwh tssthnony concerning said alleged Charles Sequent for abandoning his hornc stead entry No. 499, dated April 24, I STD, ! u P on the lots 1 ami 2 an«! ue| sec I tp. ! n » r Dv, in Nez Perce county I. T., with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to ap abandonment. J. M. Howe, Register. U. J. Monroe, K''«*«.ii M CONTEST NOTICE. TO BERK NT NELSON. U. 8. LAND OFFICE Lewiston I. T. Sept. 20 1881. C OMPLAINT HAVING BERN ENTER ed at this office by Charles \V. Tockey, against Hcrent Nelson, for abandoning his homestead entry No. 500, dated April 24 1879, upon the lots 4, 5 and 6 and ne| sw.f section (> tp 38 u r 3 w in Ncz Perce county, I. T. witli a view to the cancellation of said entry; the Rad parties are hereby summoned to «appear at this oliioe on the 7 «lay of Nov. 1881 at 1 o'clock p. in., to respond and fur nish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. J. M. Howe, Register, It. J. Monroe, Receiver. Notice of Sale or Keal Estate at Public Auction. N O'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of the County of Nez l'oroo, Idaho Ter ritory, made on the 17th day of Sept., A. 1>. 1881, in the matter of the estate of W. J. Pet tigrew, deceased, the undersigned, the admin istrator of the sait! estate, will sell at public uuction, to the highest bidder, f«»r cash, gold coin of tho U- S., and subject to confirma tion by said Probate Cuurt, on Saturday the 15th day of October, A. D. 1881, At 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, nt tho door of the Probate Court, in the City of Lewitiion, Nez Perce County, nil tho tight, title, ioteiest and estate of tho «nid W. J. Pettigrew, nt the time of his death, and all the right, title nud interest that the said estate bas, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said W. J. Pettigre^, at the time of his death, in end to all that cortain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Nez Percé, Idaho Territory, and described as follows, t wit: Tho southeast quarter (!) of section thirteen (13), tp. thirty-five (35), north rnngo five west of the B. M., containing 1A0 acres. Also the southwest quarter (1) of seo tiou thirteen (13) Tp. thirty five (35) North Range five (5) west of tho B. M., containing lfiO acres. Terms and condition of sale, cash, gold coin of the United States of America, ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid to the Court on the day of sale, balance on con firmution of sale by said Probate Cour t. Deed at expense of purchaser. N. HALE, Administrator of tho Estate of W. J. Petti grew, deceased. 3-w Lewiston, September 26th, 1881. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Sept 17 188/ I^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before U. 8. Land Office nt Walla Walla W T., on Oct. 28 18U1, viz: Goorge A. Shike, pre emption D. 8. 3,532 for tho nwj see. 9, tp 10 u r 43 e, w m He names the -following as his witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Edward Knox, James, Urquhart, H. O. Shike, and J. H. Watts, all of Alpowa W. T. E. II. Morrisov, 50 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Sept. 17 1881. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY (Il YEN THAT X x the following named eettler has tiled notice of hia intention to make final proof iu support of liis claim, and that said proof will be made before U. S. Laud Office at Walla Walla, W. T. on Oct. 28 1881, viz: Henry O. Shike, pre-emption I). S. 3,551 for the sw| asc. 4 tp 10 u r 45 e, w m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continu ous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Edward Knox, J. Urquhart, Geo. A. Shike and James K. Watts, aU of Alpowa W.T. Moutuox. 60 , . it a ' Register. f ] 1 [ LEGAL. ____I NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston 1. T. Kept. 21 1831 JOHN S. TAYLOR. 1AT OTICE IS HEREBY (1IYEN THAT THE following named «etiler bas tiled notice ,,l hi« intention tn muke final pru„t in support of bid claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Wednesday Oct. 2d, 1881, HI A. m. before E. A. Sampson, J. P. at liis office in Genesee precinct Nez Berce county, I T. Joliu S. Taylor pre-emption D S. 910 for the lots :i and 4 and sL nw 1 see. 5 tp 37 n r 3w and names the following as liis wit nesses, viz: F. Fix, L. V. Tabor and U Fine all of Genesee B. O, Nez Berce county, Idaho Ter. J. M. Hows, 50 Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF, CLINTON KTKANAHAN. To James II. Harri«, nnd whom it may concern LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston. I. T. Kept. 21 1881. N 'OTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN' THAT THE 'following-named settler hu« Bled notice of bis intention to make final prool in support of hi, claim, un I secure final entry thereof at the expiration of XU days from the date of this notice viz: Tuesday Oct. 2ÔI831, 10 A M. at this office, Clinton Kiranuhati, homestead No. 078 lor the et nw qr and ni sw or see. 27 tp 38 n r 3 w, und names the following ns his witnesses, viz: .1. M. Herbert, L. F. Herbert and G. II. boughci ty, of Nez Berce Co. I. T. J. M. How*. 50 Register Dissolution Notice. T HERETOFORE CON Kiver, l. T., under the will be conducted HE BUSINEß ducted on Salmon Rh lame of Shearer A Soi hereafter by F. A. Shearer F. A. SHEARER. GEO. M. SHEARER. Shearer's Ferry, Sept. 15, 1881. 50-4w ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Probate Court of Nez Perce county, Idaho Territory. iu the matter of the Estate Chi r of the Estate 3 . Addis, deceased J ii order of aale of Heal t „ <(j jliTiirci-ii-i-X, at Order to »hoir raune why order of A'«fate nhoitld not be made. N. Hale, tho administrator of the Estate <»f Charles Ad lis doe ase l, having filed his petition here n, duly verified, praying for an or 1er of salo of all of the interest of «aid es tate in a certain parcel of land as set forth and belonging t-» said decedent, for tho purposes et ferth therein, it is therefore ordered by the judge of >aid court, that all persons interested in the «-state of said deceased, appear before the sait! Probate Court on the 15th Da) or Oit. A. D. 1881. at 10 o'clock A. m. of said day, at the court r"om of said Probate court at the city of Lewis ten Nez Perce Cauuty 1. T., to show cause why an order sh-ultl not be grunted to the sail ad tu i a juch of said real estate of the at private sale, as shall be neccs sury, And that a copy of this order be pub lished, at least four consecutive weeks iu the Lewiston Telleh. a newspaper printed and published in said county. Phil Giuosbv, Prodate Judge Dated Sept, 19, A I) 1881 50-4 LEWISTON AND HT. IDAHO Stage Line. II. C. BROWN A CO., J'rojis. TRIPS UAII.V. Sundays Excepted. Leave EevrlNfon. a a. m, Leave YU. Idaho 5 a. m. Arrive at bqtti plaees 6 p in. Freight taken on reasonable terms. O F F I r E—Hotel de France. Mme. Le Francois, Agent. 50-tf THE CLEARWATER Flouring Mill, I.EWISTO.V, IDA 120, I S MANUFACTURING two lir»n,ls of Flour. The best brand exceeds thut of any other Mill, nnd is worth One Dollar More Barrel, per Than any ManufaotnreJ in Idaho, Wachiniç ton, Oregon or California. The uther brand » good merchantable flour. I am manufactur ing at the rote of eeventy-fivc liarrc'.o daily, and shipping a.i fait as I can get transportation. I Bay Wheat and pay Cash at the Market Price. WESLEY MULKEY, t8-lf Proprietor. Please Don't Forget tn TUAT I WILL SELL -FIRST CLASS —AIM»— ORGANS, EITHER FOR CASH OR ON INSTALMENTS, AT LOWER RATES, Than any other inhabitant of the SOLAR SYSTEM. I am agent for some of the best nnd the most beautiful instruments now made. I get lowest fsetory prices, and will sell LOWER TUAN ANYBODY. Don't bo Cajoled Into paying from MOO to WOO more than is necessary lor good Pianos or Organs on Aeeonnt of their Marnes, Nor into I uying may of the Slop Shop In struments that claim to hare 27 atop, when they hare but three of any use, anil that claim to hare 10 setts of noda when they barn but 1 and Bra-eights. noSOt 4« C. A. THATCHER. MISCELLANEOUS. THATCHER « SON, DEALERS IN CLOTHING DRY GOODS, Gents Famishing Goods, II ATS, ( AI i S BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIIi Tinware, Crockery, SS», STOVES, Hardware* Motions* And evtn vtliing to lie found in a well-regulated store, WE SELL FOR 0-A.SH, And by so doing wo arc enabled to undersell the majority of dealers who carry large book accounts, and who in conse quence are compelled to charge the cash, as well «as credit buyer, more for goods. 50-tf A. MCGREGOR, - dealer IX- - S. T. Suits'Celebrated WHISKIES, Bourbon and Rye, Pencil and Cherry Brandies, S. T. Suits' Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. ALSO KEEP ON HAND A FINE QUALITY OF IMPORTED Brandy, Shen y, Port Wine, A TV 1) GIN These liquors ar id purity. Try tht very desirable for Medicinal pur I, and if not what they are recoin uses on ncconnt of their great strength len k'd to be don't buy them. Shipped direct from S. T. Suit s' Distillery, Maryland, Main Street, LEWISTON* T T SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. L0EWENBEB3 BEOS. AUK NOW OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS IN AND SUMMER - GOODS. TO MAKE ROOM FOR THEIR Mammoth Fall Stock ! Tl'c hare thejimst lot of HOSIERY in the city, and can offer you the biyycst bargains in Pry teds I Chilling, YOU EVER JrXA.T>, tJT Come and see for yourself. 48-tf J. F. Kennedy. S. G. ISAMAN. GENERAL NEWS DEPOT, j. F. KENNEDY -DEALERS IN Books, Stationery, & CO. Cutlery, Cigars, Tobacco, Fancy Goods Etc. Main St. 481£ LEWISTON. WILLI WILLI mil» BUT. -ESTABLISHED'IN 18C1- O 33 R K C II TEL, MANUFACTURER OF BREAD, CAKES AND FIES, -ASD ALL CLASSES OF RACKER S--«a Fire Proof Building, - - - WALLA WALLA. 2-03-tf Great CLEARANCE Sale. -J. J. BONNER, --DEALBR IN All kinds ofOfLS, VARNISHES, ATLANTIC and PIONEER WHITE LEAD, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS. WALL PAPER, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, DOORS, WINDOWS, COAL OIL, Etc., Sold at the Lowest Prices for Cash* J^Neit door to Post Office, Lewiston, I. T/ Wt 43-6»