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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPtR.
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WEATHEB KEPOKT.
War Department, Signal Service United
States Army, division of telegrams ami re
ports for tile bencrit of commerce and agri
culture for the week ending Oct. '20 1881,
Station Lkwiston I; T
Date Raront. Ther. Ilum. Wind Rain Weather
*—Dash indicates rainfall too small to
measure.
NE 1 .07 Cloudy
\V 4 ,U4 Fair
\\" 2 .00 Cloudy
E 1 ; .00 Clear
TV 1 .00 Cloudy
N\V; 2 .00 Cloudy
SW 1 .00 Fair
WeSI.KY lll.AKE,
Pvt. Siu. Ctirjia C. S. A
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS TO AND
FROM LEWISTON, I. T.
To and from Walla Walla and intermediate
points. Leaves daily, (Sundays excepted,) at
6, A. M. Arrives daily, (Sundays excepted,)
at 7, P. M.
To and from Mt. Idaho, Florence, Warrens,
KTk City and Slate Creek. Leaves daily
(Sundays excepted) at 3 a. m., arrives at 7 p. m
T o and from Pine Grove und intermediate
points. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6, A. M. Arrives Tuesdays, r J
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 riA.M. Arrive«
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 7, P. M.
To and from Wallowa. Leaves Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, arrives Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Waba—Leaves Tuesdays and arrivej Wedncs
dayi
CITY JOTS.
Court is in session.
Read the cstray notices.
Quite a frost Wednesday morning.
Quite a heavy rain fall on Monday last.
Steamer arrived Monday without freight.
Rev. Mr. Turner called upon us this week.
V m. Baird and wife are in town from
Camas Prairie.
Maj. Binnard, of Mt. Idaho, is paying our
town a visit.
Get ready for "Ye ol le folkes" concert,
Thursday evening Oct. 20, 18S1.
Sonic young men prefer rising early, es
pecially when h— c—h.
The Potlatch people are delighted to
think we are going to have a railroad soon.
See Mrs. M. A. Whites new millinery
"ad."
Read Judge Buck's charge to the grand
jury.
Plenty of snow on the hills in sight of the
town this morning.
H. D. Sanborn, Esq., of Portland, called
upon us.
Both hotels have been crowded during
the week.
Lieut. Earle and Phillip G risby were ad
mitted this week to practice at the bar.
Mr- A. Benson's two pack trains arrived
from Dayton Sunday and Tuesday loaded
with cargo for Warrens.
The Sociable at Jasper Rand's last Friday
evening was well attended, and a very en
joyable affair.
* The Salmon river mines are proving to be
a grand success, paying from $7 to $10 per
day to the haud.
Mr. W. P. Hunt, our worthy postmaster,
fell one day this week and sprained his
wrist badly.
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Mr. Scribuer reports snow 3 inches deep
on the Assotin on Wednesday morning, ami
still snowing when he left.
Mr. Kanoyer has taken out the license
for a ferry on Snake river. above the
mouth of the Assotin. *
J. J. Bonner has some very fine wall pa
per and new style window shades, just
received.
J. G. Rees, of Pine creek ; and A. A. J.
Frye and son of Moscow, called on us this
week. ______
Moscow correspondence crowded out this
week on account of legal notices and court
matters. Will appear next week.
Mr. Shissler called on us this week, while
himself and wife wero in this city
from Mt. Idaho.
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B. F. Morris with his new bride passed
through town en route for his home in Mt.
Idaho on Tuesday last.
The register at the Hotel do France will
do your eyes good to look at it, aud don't
forget it was furnished by the Teller office.
Judge Sullivan, came from Colfax on Fri
day to attend before the district court. Mr.
Ellsworth also came down from Colfax to '
attend court.
Wildcnthaler I
Large Beets.— Mr. S.
placed on our table this week a beet weigh-1
• « ona • * „ . , .. *
mg 32Ibs., which was raised on his mother
in-laws place on the Assotin. Three of
them weighed 88 pounds. Who "beets" thfs.
Indicted for Mtrder. —The grand jury
found a true bill of indietmeirt for murder
•gainst J. W. Stevens for the killing of J.
M. Hedrick. Defendant entered a plea of
"not guilty" and the irial is set for Oct. 17,
1881. _ _
Surveyors. —A party of surveyors con
sisting of 14 men passed through town on
Monday on their way to survey a (»ass
through the Bitter Root range. We may
expect in the near future to have a railroad
to connect with some road east.
Mr. L, P. Nash, of Spokane Falls arrived
in town on Saturday eve , to attend to bus
I before the Und Office and to be pres
to accommodate all who wished to attend,
mamj going away not being able to find a
mate The collection taken np for the ben
aft of Um bell fund amounted to $28.00.
ent at our district court. Mr. N. is a
prominent lawyer at Spokane and has for
many years been a member of the bar in
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Ta. Sunday school concert last Sunday
evening t the Presbyterian church wss a
™r h "^.:"_ QOt L U , rg * enoug . h
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Stopped
-We are told that all work has j
near the Grand Rond river. He was brought
been suspended on the railroad grade from
Taxas to Colfax by order of company, and
settlement order for work done.
Au. Riuut.— The party who reported
Pave Baldwin, Crooks and Brown in the
Bitter Root mts., on the 23d of Septem
ler were wholly mistal eu. They had not
left Blackfoot City on the 30th of Sept.
Tiik District Cot' ht —This week con
vened on Monday at II a. in. A grand jury
was cinpanuelled and proceeded to business.
The calendar was called, and several rases
disposed of by judgement oil default of an
swer, and motions and demurrers have occu
pied considerable time of the court up ts
the present.
Not Deai».' —The Murnitty Journal is not
dead B3 telegraphed to this city by 1'arker,
but simply had been sold out to the Union
and its name changed to Daily Union, which
comes to us regularly and evinces full Jife
aud vigor, anil from the reliable parties who
have it in charge up predict for it pre-emi
nent success.
Accident —Last evening while the fam
ily of C, P. Coburn were together in a sitt
ing room an explosion took place and a
hanging lamp was broken. Un examina
tion it was found that a nine year old girl
had exploded a catridge which she held in
lier hand, taking off two fingers, making a
hole through tile palm of her hand and dam
aging her eyes. The girl is doing as well
as could be expected
Chief of the surveying party Mr. Zauier
who are to survey for a good pass through
the Bitter Root is iu town. It is not appar
ent what the full purpose of this survey
may be, but it is estimated that they desire
to be confirmed of the truth of Beall's
report of tlio Ska-ka-ho. If they really
desire this let them make proper applica
tion to the parties who sent Beall out aud
they can be accommodated.
Arm Broken. —While Mr. J. Greenfield
was near a corral containing some loose
horses, one of them jumped against the fence
and knock off a rail that struck him across
the right arm, near the shoulder, and break
ing the hone near the socket, and injuring
him somewhat iu the breast. ThiSwceured
to Lewiston and is now at Dr. Stainton's.
Dr. Kelly as surgeon, adjusted the fracture,
ami he is doing as well as could be expected,
considering the advanced age of the patient.
Tlio largest stock in the territory of
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
WINDOW GLASS, DOORS aiul
WINDOWS, &.C., &C., soldat
prices to clear out, for ca^h only, at
52.3m .1. J. BONNER'S.
Disappointment Expectations.
On Monday the News issued an extra nn
nouncing that Henry Villard would visit
Lewiston, on Tuesday the 11th, und urg
ing the meeting of the citizens at the court
house to adopt measures for his reception.
Many citizens assembled, and committees
were duly appointed, embracing the Mayor
aud common council of the city, and a gen
eral disposition was manifested to extend to
Mr. Villard and party alj the c* urtesies due
to distinguished gentlemen. The agent of
the O. R. «& N. Co. was teb graphed to have
the steamer John Gates at the mouth of the
Alpowai iu readiness to take the arriviug
party from that point to Lewiston. Extra
provisions was provided in the way of chick
ens, turkeys, pigs, ducks, geese and other
meats, and choice eatables, with which to
enable the party to fare sumptuously on the
boat. But lo, and behold, on Tuesday a
telegram* came to the agent that the party
would not come owing to bad weather, and
so a gala day of feasting at the sight of
Henry Villard and his tlisguished travelling
companions was spoiled, and poor little
Lewiston had to crawl back into her shell
of inactivity and disappointment, and
await some other opportunity to show their
good will towards these* railroad magnates.
It is difiicult now to estimate the loss we
have sustained in this sudden termination
of all our hopes for an opportunity to show
our zeal in behalf of the inen who have the
ability to connect Lewiston with the out
side world by a railroad. Time may devel
opo more of this matter, which may yet be
vo our advantage.
'
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
tlie collection of all unpaid taxes. I will
attend at the auditor's office in Lewistou
for the purpose of receiving taxes until fur
ther notice. IL \V. Howard,
Assessor and Tax Collector,
Nez Perce county, I- T.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD
OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
I AT OCT. TERM.
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The board of County Com. of Nez
J
* >ercc county, T. 1. met in the city of
j that wlien the saiJ W. J. Mervyn shall
Lewiston October 3d, present, com
missioners S. C. Hale, J. N. Lindsay
and Wm. Evans. The board continued
in session during the week, adjourned
on Saturday Oct. 8.
• HOAD BUSINESS.
Thd report of Wm. Vernrn, Thos.
Mason and L. Shank, road viewers ap
pointed at the July term to examine
and report the practicability of making
a change in the county road on the
premises of W. J. Mervyn in Genesee
valley, said report being favorable to
the proposed change the board ordered
to
have presented satistactiry evidence to
; the board that the proposed change in
: the said road has been opened a legal
j Width mud in all respects wade equal j
, to the old road for the convenience of ;
' travelers said propo-cd change shall 1* ;
: declared the eounty road and ordered !.
recorded
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The report of G. N. Hollister, T. E. j
Miller and P. Markham, road viewer» I
appointed to examine and report the
practicability of establishing a county
road commencing at Mr. Puttier's
place on the Genesee and Potlatch
road and intersectin'» the Genesee and
Lewiston road leading to the upper
Clearwater ferry, examined and ap
proved Nc objections to said road
being established on tile, the board or
dered that said report be recorded anS
the road declared a county road.
In the case of C. It. Reynolds vs.
James Lambert and Austin Lnthrup,
wherein complainant, C. B. Reynolds,
alleges thqt said Lambert and Lathrup
have obstructed trails that by provision
of stntute, constitute a public highway,
and praying that said obstructions be
r°moved. Tlio board being of the
opinion that the said complaint relates
to the determination of matters of
law and facts, of which this board is
not a court of competent jurisdiction,
therefore ordered that the complaint
be dismissed.
In the case of the petition of E. B.
Harrison and others for a eounty road,
as also in the case of the petition of
L. M. Smith and others, no bond hav
ing been tiled ns required by law, pe
titions were ordered laid on table.
In th* case of the petitions of H. J.
Leste», A. Levy and D. Putnam for
changes in the county road, the bonds
in the several cases not complying with
the requirements of the statute the po
rtions were ordejed laid on the table.
In the case of the petition of M. A.
Kelly and others for the location of a
county road, commencing at or near
the foot of the gulch that ruus through
Kelly's ranch and intersecting the old
county road at Kelly's southeast cor
ner. The requisite bond and notice
having been tiled. J. P. Stevens, R.
Wells, and J. R. Nelsou were appoint
ed viewers to examine the proposed
] road and report of the Jan. term of
the
at
the commissioner's court.
Iu the case of M. J. Shield's and
others petitioning for a county road
commencing at the sw corner of sec.,
7 tp. 39 il r 5 w, to inter cct the coun
ty road at the uw corner sw\ of sej
sec 15, the requisite notice and bond
having been filed G. W. Tomer, W. J.
Hamilton and Thomas Crowley wore
ry
in
appointed viewers to examine the pro
posed road and report to the commis
sioners at the January term. The
viewers in each of the foregoing cases
to make the view ordered on the 1st
day of November.
REPORT OF SUPERVISORS.
The report of 11. II Barton super
visor in and for road district No. 11,
examined and laid on the table for
the reason that the report does not
comply with the requirements of the
statute.
The report of J. S. Howard super
visor in road dist. No. 12, examined
and laid on the table for the reason
that said report does not comply with
the requirements of the statute.
The upervisors of read dist. No. 3,
authorized to procure 1,500 feet of
bridge plank to complete the bridge
across Cow creek on the trail road.
The supervisor in road dist. No. 12
authorized to procure 7,000 feet bridge
plank for the use.
HOSPITAL BUSINESS.
The application made for assistance
in the case of L. Galvino, deceased, the
application was ordered approved.
Also the application for assistance for
James Mitchell an indigent sick per
son, the board ordered that the said
James Mitchell be declared a county
charge.
BILL ALLOWED ON HOSPITAL FUND.
To 8'. Wildenthaller for sundries, as
per bill furnished L. Galvino, $6 12.
F. Kling, 6 days care of L. Galvino
as per contract, $15. Washing and
dressing the corpse of L. <'alvino $5.
Loewenberg Bros., bed pan for hos
pital, $2 JO.
Dr. H. W. Stainton, county physi
cian for qr. as per contract, $62 50.
Powers Bros, on acct. of sund., as
per itemized bill, furnished M. Bc-chtel,
county charge, $14 86.
Bill of J. G. Walsh, for medical
services in attendance upon the wife
of M. Bechtel not allowed.
S. C. Hale was appointed a com
mittee to procure and furnish suitable
rooms for the use of the judge of the
district court.
In the appeal case of H. W. Stain
ton, M. A. Kelly and N. B. Holbrook,
vs. N'Z Pe.ce county respondent. The
board being advised in the premise?
that the district attorney is a party
interested iu said cases and thereby
disqualified from appearing in behalf
of the county at the trial of said cases
iu the district court, ordered that I. N.
Maxwell be authorized and he is here
by employed as attorney to appear in
behalf of Nez Perce county at thehear
ing and trial of said cases iu the dis
trict court.
BILLS ALLOWED ON GENERAL FUND.
A. Quackenlmsh, dist. att'y, in pre
limin ,ry examination in the case of
the peuple vs. H. W. Deacon, $15.
F. S. Sterling, M. D. making post
mortem examination of the body of
Chas. Addis, $20.
S. S. Young, J. P., preliminary ex
amination iu the case of the people vs.
In the case of the
j j no Nyweyer. $6
; people vg. \Vm. Dale, trial, charge
; petit larceny, $6.
!. Phil Grigsby by qr. salary, probate
.judge, $125. Trial in oase of the peo
I pie va John Coffey charged with mis
j branding colt, $6.
I Allowed to the jury in the case of
the people v*. John Coffey, 13 jurymen
at 82 25 each, $29 25.
H. W. Howard, tax collector, for
fees on taxes collected during last
quarter, $210. 95.
W. P. Davis, liighlwatclimaii, qr.
allowance, $13.
N. B. Holbrook, sheriff, serving
notices of the appointment of road
supervisors $19, in the case of the
people vs. Jasper Mounts $28 95, in
the case of the people vs. H. W. Dea
ai» in ü'j a* « I
con t 10, 8 day« attendance upon
the district court 40, in the case of the 1
people VS. Wro. J)aio 613 75, in the j
case of the people vs. John Colley
$33 60, summoning grand jury $12,
mileage $56 40. Total $225 80,
N. Hale, countv treasurer, qr. sala
ry $100.
S. G. Isaman, school examiner, 2
days service $10.
W. J. Emmitt, supervisor of road
district No. 7 for the year 1880, $12.
J. K. Vincent J. P. attending to
buriel of L. Galvino $10, one hack $5,
digging grave $5, in the case of Chas.
Addis, coroners inquest $12 90, at
tending burial $10 carriage hire $10,
digging grave $5, preliminary exami
nation in the case of people vs. H. W.
Deacon $6, in the case of the people
vs. Jasper Mounts $6, coroners inquest
in case of J. W. Archibald $9 25.
Total $79 15.
William Evaus objecting to the
above being allowed on the grounds
that the sime is not a just charge
against the county, that tlio circum
stances wero not such ns to afford a rea
son bio grounds to suspect that tho
death of J. W. Archibald has been oc
casioned by thecriminal act of another.
Allowed to G. N. Hollister for one
day's service asroad viewer $2 50. T.
E. Miller, " •' 2 50 D.
Markham " " 2 50
It. II. Barton J. P., in case of the
people vs. D. B. Matheuy $6, in case
of the people vs. A. A. Lieuallcn 3,
in case of the people vs. W.R. Robedee
$6, in case of the people vs. F. Groat,
bill not allowed lor the reason that no
proceedings were had.
The bill of Ezra Baird for uso of
team and hack to coovey J. K. Vincent
und members of the coroner« jury to
hold an inquest cn the body ol J. M
Hedrick, not allowed for the reason
that tho said bill is not a charge
against Nez Perce county.
Allowed to J. II. Evans, auditor, b d
due after deducting fees from territori
al fund, on salary $186 45.
Te J. II. Evuns, c unty clerk, lor
one day attending sale of properly for
delinquent taxes $5, one day in alten
tho board
ii mce upon tho board of equalization
$5, six days attendance upou tho board
of county commissioners, at the Oot
term $30
To J. II. Evans, county recorder, lor
revising indexes of deeds and mortga
ges $20.
S. C. Hale mileage in attendance up
on 'the board ol equalization öOcts,
mileage Oct. term of com. court 50ets,
qr. salary Oct. term, $59. $51
J. N. Lindsay mileage in attendance
on board of equalization $1, mileage iu
attendance commissioners court $1, qr.,
salary Oct. term $50. $52.
Wm. Evaus mileage in attendance
on equlization board $7. mileage in
attendance on com. court $7, qr. salary
$50. $04.
Allowed on the bridge fund to R H.
Barton for 3,750 ft. bridge plank, at
$12 50 per M. $17 03.
BILLS ALLOWED ON CURRENT EX. FUND.
Grostein & Biunari), clothing burial ol
Cbas. Addis and L Galvino, $24 63.
Hale & Co., two coffins, one book
case and table $75.
Mrs. C. Clark, qr. rent for Probate
Judge's olfice $24.
W. F. Ketteabacb, 15 J cords wood
for offices of probate judge and record
er at $6 50 per .cord, $100 75.
N. B. Holbrook, sheriff, board ol
James Stevens and Juo. Nymcyer 00
days $180, 'J. M. Curry, jailor, 90
$270, 10 cords of wood at $6 50 per
cord $65, six blankets $23, 2 iron bed
steads $!, sawing wood $2, filling bed
ticks for juil $2, repairing windows of
court house $6; making bed ticks for
jail $2, 22 yards ticking $6 60
$555 60.
A. F. Parker publishing school ex.
notice • • $2 50
advertising delinquent tax list 34 50
The item $22 50 for balance on bill
presented at tho July term not allowed
for the reason that the bill had been
disallowed.
Wm. Evans notes objection to the
allowance of the item
lor advertising delinquent tax list on
the ground that the county paid for
advertising said list at the July term,
and that the foregoing is not a just
charge agiiost tho county.
J. F. Kennedy it Co. for sundry sta
tionary furnished probate judgo and
recorder, as per itemized bill $23.
II. .Squier for rent of district clerks
office for qr
6 corJ wood • - 45
jury box ... 7
J. II. Evans, county recorder, paid
for sawing wood - $15 50
lamp chimney and lamp > 2 75
postage for qr. 8 00
ex pressage . « * 1 00
office rent - . « 24 00
filing 17 certificates of sale of
lend .sold the counry - . 8 50
executing deed lo co. prop, sold 1 50
Total . - $61 25
Jno. H. Evans.
County Clsrk. I
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MRS. M. A. WHITE,
Proprietress
[Opposite Raymond House.]
Keeps on hand a better seiend stock of j
goods th&u-any house this side of Portland. j
S&wOrders from the country promptly attend- \
ed to. Uf I
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FOE SALE.—c kmu ol horoea with bug- '
gy and harneoa. Alio one brood mar» ami I
two year old colt. Enquire o! A. Lèland. 1
XEW TO-DAY.
summons.
Territory of Idaho
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County of Idaho.
In justices court Orangeville prccioct, before
WA.HaM.JP.
Geo Bchmadeka. plff. vs. John Ledder, deft,
I N THE N AME OK THE PEOPLE OF TUE
l.'nitod States in the Territory of Idaho, to
John Led dor, greeting. You are hereby noti
fied that there Is now on file in mv office in the
town of Orangeville, in « iid precinct, the com
I plaint of Goorgo Sehmadeka against you for
U, ç recovery *of the »um of thirty and sixteen
1 oue hundredth» dollar» duo on a direct contract
j [ or 1 ,lu ' f l , '*^ lucnt of «aids urn, 1« ofwhioh
r »rk in tlio harvest field fbr deft- in
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said counts in Oct. 1880, and the sum ol four
dollars is due in payment for two hundred mill
which plaintiff furnished deft, in .March 18*1.
.And that unies» yon nppenr and answer to said
complaint within ten days alter the service
hereof, if served within this county, and within
twenty day* if served out of «nid county, hut
ithiit the First judicial district of said terri
tory, and within forty days if served out of said
ment will he taken against y uthy default lor
the sum of thirty sixteen ouo huddreths dollars
interest aud costs*
Given under .ay hand and dated at Grange
ville, I. f. this 11th day of Oot. A. P. 1881.
W. A • Hall.
1-in Justice of the peace.
SUMMONS
In tho Justice court nt Paradise preoinci, in
the county of Nos Pereo, territory of Idaho,
S. 8. Young, J. P,
8, H. It, Denny plff. A
vs. >
D. Richardson, «loft. )
T he people of the united states
in the territory of Idixho sends greeting to
l*. Richard**«, defendant. You are hereby
8innmo..cd to appear before tnc at my office, in
Moscow iu the county of Nei Feroe, on tho 28 th
day of December 1881 at 10 o'clock a. tn.. in
an action brought against you by said plaintiff,
to answer the complaint of the above named
plaintiff* Said action is brought to recover the
»um ol twenty two and sixty two one-hun r?th
dollars ($22 82] over and above oil legal set
offs and counter claims, and that the payment
of the same has not been secured by mortgage,
loan, lean or pledge on real or personal proper
tv, or judgement will he tnkeu against you for
»nid amount, together with ousts of this suit,
if you fail to nppear »•<! answer,
iff or any eonst iblo of said county, greeting.
Make legul service and due return thereof*
Given under my hand this 28th day of Sept
ember, 1881.
R. S Yorwo,
1-fm Justice of the peace.
SUMMONS.
Torr Rory of Idah?
County of Idaho.
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Wm. Hill, plff
D. W. Curtin, deft.
TO D. W. CURTÎN
I N THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE
United Status in the territory of Idaho:
You arc hereby notified thut there is now on
file in the olficn of the Clerk of tho distriot court
of tno lilt Judicial distriot of »aid territory, in
said county of Idaho the complaint of Win.
Hill, wherein he demands judgement against
you for balance due on a certain promisory note
for merchandise sold an*l delivered and for ser
vices rendered, in the sura of $260, with inter
est nt ten per cent per annum from the dato
hereof and for costs of suit. And thut unless
you appear and answer to said complaint with
in ten days aft r the service hereof, if served
Idaho county, nud within twenty days
if served out of su d county but within said Ju
dicial district, und within forty days if served
ut of said district (exclusive of the day of sér
iée) , judgeracut wili be taken against you by
default for the sum of $260, interest nud costs.
In tetdimouy whereof, I, II. Squior, clerk of
^ »aid district court , have hereunto
f I set my bund nud affixed the seal of
j " RA j said court ut Lewiston' this 23d dsy
'—v—' of Sept. A . D. 1891,
11. Squier,
02 Hin. Clerk of the dis. court.
a«r
I.
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To the aber- '
I
NOTICE FOR PRE-iMPTION PROOF.
MARK II. HOBART,
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. Sept. 12 1881
N otice is hereby given that
the following nntnod settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in support
of his cluiin, und secure final entry thereof at
the expiration of thirty «lays from the date «if
this notice vis: Tuesday Oct. 251881 10 am,
at this ofijoe Mark 11. Hobart, preemption U.
8. No. 1117 for the sj nej nn«l ni »oj sec. 24,
tp UD n r û w, and naines the following us his
witnesses, vit: Albort Geer, oud Berry Linville
of Moscow 1. T.
J. M. How k.
49 Register.
NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF.
Wm. WELLS.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T. Sept. 9 1881.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named m ttler ha» filed notice of
intention to make final proof in support of
hi» claim, and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days fr> in the date of this
notice, viz: M<*n«liy, Oct. 24 1*8* It) a Mat
this office Win. J. Wells, pre-emption D. 8. No
790 for the uw j n«-J sec and sw! sei and
sw «jr sec. 26 tp 38 n r 4 w und names Uie fol
lowing as hi» witnesses, vis: W. Gray, Wm.
Gibbs, 8. Niles, A. Brigham, A. Wardrobe and
R. Gray, all of Genesee P O Nes Perce Co, 1 'f.
J M llowr,
49 Register
N (
t
NOTICE TO SAMUEL W, EVES.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lcwist'in I T Hept.8 1881
PASIIjEL W EVES—You are hereby notified
that your Timber Culture entry No. 123, dated
Feb. 29 1878, upon ne qr^wijr ni «e «jruiid r
*e -jr sec. 7 tp 3 j n r .# w is huld fur cancellation
! the Hon. Coro'r General Lund Office, having
1 been adjudged forfeited July 23 1881 for non
compliance with the provisions of act of June
14 1878, upon ntlegatbins fiied against it by
Je»se C. Kigby, Nov. 21 1879. Y'ou are allowed
80 «lays in which to perfect an appeal from this
decision. J SA Hovr
49 Bcgister
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFJCK AT
Walla Walla. W. T. fiept 7, 1881
■y OTICK IS HEREBY oivkn that
i IU (be ful owing named »etiler ba» filed notice
of bi» intention to make final proof in »upport
of hi» claim, and that »ui«i proof will be made
before E- K. liurk, clerk list, court, nt Dayton
W. T., cn October 18, 1881, viz: William H
Tuttle, pre-emption D. 8. No. 3150 fur the nwj
utm. 9« tp, 9 n r 40 e w in. He name« the fol
lowing witne»8< » to prove hi» eontinuou» resi
lience* upon, and cultivation of, »aid land, vix:
D. S* Trescott, Geo. Cummingi. Thom*» B.
Cooper of Tbeon F O W. T., and Wm. Karri*b
of Anat jnc I*. O. W. T.
E. II. Mar.iuio«,
49 Itegi/tcr.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT
Wall« Walla W. T. Sert- 7, 1881.
N "OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following name 1 tattler ha» filed notice
j of his intention to make fioul proof in support
] of bis claim, un«l that said proof will be made
j before E. K. Burk, clerk diet, court at Davton
I W . T., on October 18 1881, vix: Th -mas B.
Cooper, pre emption D. F Nu. 31(8, for the
wl ntj sec. 30. and w\ so} sec. 19 tp.8 n r 4fi e
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land. ris. D. 8. Trescott, George Cum
mings. W. H. Tuttle of Tbeon P. O. V. T. and
of
j Wm7 Farrisb, of Anatono P. O. W. T.
j R. }}• Mori-iron,
\ Register,
I ~~
. Tomatoes. —E. Texier has, at L. Delsol's
' place, any quantity of tornatoea, anyone
I wishing to get the same will do well to call
1 on him.
MISC ELLANEOUS .
~C0NT!ST NOTICE. - "
LAND OFFICE AT
Sept. 17, I8SI.
C OMPLAINT 1UVINO BEEN ENTERED
at thia offioe b j Edward W. Aldrloh ax *inat
John C. Rhinlda fur abandoning hia bumeatnd
entry No. 702. dated July It I8S0, upon the
a«r qr are 3 tp 37 n r 4 w. in Nei Peroeconst,,
I. T.. with ■ view to the oaneollatiua of anld
entry! the aatd partira aie hereby enmraoned to
appear at tbit oflee on the ISlh day of October,
1881, At III A M. to roapond and furniab testi
mony concerning amid tiled,ed ahandanmant.
R J Monnot, J M flew*,
lteoairer. tt-4w Kegiater,
HOTICI FOR PUBLICATION. ""
MILTON HARKI.
LAND OFFICE AT
Cuira* W. T. Sept. 38 1811.
N otice is Hereby given that the
following n.med Cottier baa filed nolle, of
hi. intent!..n tu nick* Inal proof In (apport at
h'a claim hafure the U. 8. Land Office at UollRx
\F. T. November Vth 18(1 at 8:3« o'clock a. m.
end aooure lln.il eatry thereof, vln Milton
Untie!, who filed pro emption declaratory aiate
luont No. ÏC18, for the el no qr, aw qraeqr
anineqrnwqr ace. 13 tp. 13 ■ r 13 e.
and nauea the followia, at hia witaaatee, via:
Kira J. Durham. J. P. Winateid. B. II. KlxoV
and Wui. A. Mix, P. O. Uatoatowa W. T.
J. M. Aamxtboxo,
33 Kegiater.
DISSOLUTION HOTICB.
T he copartnership heretofore
existing l
Bell, under the firm name of the Ball Rr»i„
le thia day diiaolvrd by mutual sentent All
moueya due aaid company in their bualaeaa to
be paid to K. W. Dell, aud all debta and an
oounta nf laid Arm will be presented to W. P.
Bell for Immediate adjudication,
W. P. BELL,
E. W. BELL.
Lewittnn, fiept, it, I»«;.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT
Colfax, W. T„ Oct. 3, 1881
^■OTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_ tlio following named settler haa filed
notice of hia intention to make final proof
n support of his claim before the U, 8.
i Land Office at Colfax, FF. T. Nov. 18, I8S1,
' at 10 o'clock a m. and eecure final entry
thereof viz: Andrew B. Maxwell who filed
pre-emption declaratory statement No. 081
for the nej aw} » J ae} and ee} sef sec 8 tp
12 n r 45 e, w in, and name* th* following
na hia witness, vix: George W. White, L.
P. Brown, W. Hooper and J. L. Gibson P,
V. LiotchviUe W. T.
J. M. AuMsmoKn.
62 Register.
DELMONICO
RESTAURANT,
( Tutu doors alors J . P, Vollmer *• Store,)
LEWIS TON, IDAHO.
Meals at all hoars Dsy sad Night.
Board ptr week Five Dollart.
K first olsea Bsr attached, where the best of
Winer, Liquor, end Cigsrs an kept.
GEO. BOARDMAK,
•tf Proprietor.
il. DAMAS
Wholesale end Rcta Dealer In general
MERCHANDISE.
Forwarding, Storage and éommtsalen,
_ 134
). P. VOLLMER.
Ae triefen.
W.SCOfT
Ml. liUKo,
FURNITURE
Montgomery Street at busd ol
First.
M. M. WILLIAMS,
Proprietox,
K EKI'8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR
•ale a full stock of every variety and style
of parlor, dining-room and kitchen furniture.
Ixftwiston I. T. Mar 1st 1879.
- ; —--—a
J. ALEXANDER
Whole**'# and Retail Dealer
GFEZSTEIi-A.il.
MCHMDISE,
LEWISTON, r. T.
IWf.
Flouri
Jfartq/WMrs *****
BAKER? 8 EXTRA,
SUPERFINE Mftâl
r v 4
CRACKED WHEAT,
OMNdS, SHORTS,
> 6ran, rro.
Highest Cuh Mm htt
JOHN
aft
•m.
jsr
•ask foa*Sk
Union India Rubber CoU
I * . . reas PAAAeea .
CRACK
RUBBER lOOTaudeOATt, '
beware or notATloKs t
Re aura ike Bee** aie *
PROOF ea Ike heel*, ts<
a um SPMN03 am
wbiek prévaut tkeb
Tksy will last ttehk s* l*«f «* aul *
manufactured. . ■
FOR SALS BT ALL PE*LSI«,
All kind* Rubbir Beltiaf, PltUfit,
Hoae, Spring Ctftj Hy Baoft
Goodyear Rubber ÔS.
liimfr Ire-k
4ASm fia* I
JOHN
«
*v
AMD
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drayman;
will ee veoa suras
I N GOOD SHAPE.
Forwarding, Trantfkhing, find Dm>
livery attended to p r omp t ly .
conn wood row mul
NOTICE
TO BUIIaDERS*
ÊA •'
,N AND AFTIBMATWr, 1M1. TB1
undersigned will sell their gteds at raSss
•»•low aamevT Terms «ash. unless spsaial net
Irset Is made.
»ATM»
Common Lumber, tal «Milt/ * X. It., IU H
••
« J.T «
w
•» « 14 ft ,||
Beetle,
M «
•«
" « ft ft "
«
3b4 ••
•4
" « M W y *
Flooring
I« »
« •• lift.
"
ted H
«
« « ft ft
Siding,
1« *«
44
« « ft ft
Sad re
« « »ft. *■}
DOORS,
common sie*. 3 PaaaU. ft 34 to 3 M Wk
.. .. 4
44
3 73 tel ft
Peon. Moulded, extra.
RAW b ASH, com. eia«, fit »»«riftft«fcfttfV '
OLAIXKD ** "*»,Mto«M»>
MOULDING, LATH, PIOKITO,
Shiny In, Brack*!*, Serait War*. Ttratay
at*., at Low*« Llvfag Pete*. «
Special Contracta l
made for 1 m g tfaakeee eafi laege eefieve.
Contracte made frier t* above date vW !*•
main la fore*.
3*0 _ Mootairn a «osll. ; ;■
SUN gB—WOL
m. h. sPaAcra^
Hr
AGAIN OPINED SM0P.IN0.fl.
Donnell', hardware store, whereb* i( fro
pared to do all klade of gaa aad piste! w ee k »
mad general Jobbing, also repelrlag all kind* af
•owing machine«._ .Mef. .
J. XL, V TNOBNT,
AXTOTIOXTBBXt,
LEWISTON, I. T.
ll business at
MEAT MARKET;
ni
Old: îtajîd. Corner mt 3d
street*, Lew«*** L f.
s i
joBPBurmro *i«a
tUeoffiro. ■

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