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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY UNO COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEA, Th. TELLER has the largest circulation of any paper in yorth Idaho. THURSDAY. ........-..............JAN. 12, 1882 THE ANTI MONOPOLY LEAGUE. During the two or three years past there has been a growing sentiment al throughout the Un te I Stater, that cor. porate powers ought to become more restricted by legislation, that these pow ers, *9 granted, are fast absorbing the earnings of the people as well ns their liberties, and building up fur themselves a monied aristocracy and a hierarchy that threatens to rule tho country to the subversion of the liberties of the masses of the peop'e. This sei.timent is not without pome foundation It has seised some of the great rninds of the country, like those of Judge Jerry Black, Judge David Davis, Senator Windham and many more leading men. They have spoken and written upon the question on many occasions, and the facts they have brought forward and arguments they have used, have permeated the country, and no success ful attempt has yet been made to refute the arguments they hive us*d, or deny tha facts they have elicited. Their views have culminated into form and produced what ia denominated a Na tional anti-Monopoly League, organized in the city of New York, with such men as L. E. Chittenden, President; Henry Nichols, Secretary; F. B. Thur bur, Treasurer; Peter Cooper, John W. Ragan and Morris M. Plaisted, as vice presidents. This league have issued and sent broad cast throughout the Union, an address to the American people, as well ss numerous other doc aments setting forth the reasons for and the objects of their organization as wall as a condensed statement of the principles of the organization, and recommended the formation of subord inate leagues in every State and Ter ritory in the Union. Thfe object polit ically, in so far as it seeks to influence both State and National legislation, to place restrictions and limits upon the power of corpora'ions, to prevent cx tortion upon the people, and force them to exercise their corperato rights, ju«tly and equitably in all matters that affect the public. We see that Borne of the journals assume to claim that the prime object of tha League is to form a new political party, with tho purpose of nominating Ju Jgc Black for President. But nothing in tho programme of the League, as developed, has tho least squinting towards a President^ contes . But it does seek to elect Congressmen and members of State and Territorial Legislatures, who will be pledged to enact suoh laws as will be just between the people and the corporations. To this purpose no just man can raise an objection and in this respect ihe objects of the League commend themselves to every citizen in the whole country, who is nut lied-to the body of some corporation, aud has thereby lost his freedom as an American citizen. But as some predict, should the organiza tion develop itself into s mere Presi dent making machine, or be used mere ly for the aggrandisement of a few politicians without furthering the great principles enunciated, and protect ng the true interests of the masses of the people of the country again it the un just encroachments of capital, then we shall repadiate the whole movement. Till we can see some development of » tendency in this last direction, we ■hall be prepared to endorse aud urge the morement and, per chance, should Ihe movement become successful, in securing throughout the Union, that elan of legislation that would properly balance the rights between the produc era of the country and monied classes who live by their interest and their speculative profits, the couutry would progress more rapidly in all those nchievments that make a gt eat, pros perous and wise people. We shall watch the progress of this League with much interest Next week we will publish the declaration of principles put forth by the authority of the Na tional League, that our people may have them to consider aud form their judgment Oregon Short Lise.— ft is settled definitely that this road will run into the faaona Wood River gold mining country, end it is supposed that it will also rnn through or near Boise. It is ■aid to be positively settled upgn that it will go to both Portland and Puget Sound, though the routs in either case is not yet loc ited. Going to Puget Sound ia a vague expression, as the Sound has two sides and is over a hun dred miles long. If the road crosses the Cascade mountains within Wi A COURT HOUSE. We aro to have an improvement on our present court house. Tho County Commissioners entertained two or three propositions made by citizens to furn. ibh the county with a court house and lot. They finally accepted an ofl'.-r made by Conrad Wintsch to sell ihe old Luna II use orCity Hotel property, lot and building just as they stand, for *4,35H payable in annual installments of ST25 each without interest, except upon unpaid installments when due. That la, at each installment period, the county issue scrip to Conrad for *725, which, if paid on presentation to the Treasurer, no interest will bo ex acted, but if not paid at time of presen tation, tl at scrip will draw in'erest the same as any other scrip on presentation and now jay i'lc. This am unt of scrip is now issued each year (or rental for county purpo-os and yet no owner ship of the property obtained by the county. So fir as we can learn, it is generally conceded that, under all the circumstances, the Commissioner-" have made an economical and go d purchase The main building is amply large for the i-ourt ro in, jury moms and county "dices, and is well sheltered by a good roof. It will require, probably, *1,000 to fit it upin sliapa lor the purp -ses. Beside the mam building and 1 it there is the foundation and cellar fur another large structure, which can be made use of for jail purposes, and sufficient ground in the rear for outhouses and »ra.ll yard. Of course the present buildings with such improvements as are contemplated, will not become a very magnificent county court house. But it will not be very costly, and yet can be made comfortable and conveni ent, and answer tho purpose (or many years, and till such time as the county can find itself abundantly able to con struct a much more costly building upon the same lot of ground. Its loca tion is of! the principal business street of the ci'y. It is elevated sufficiently high to be above the river overflow and the slope from tha lot in all direction is such that it will never bo muddy around the building. If the County Commissioners never do worse than they have done in purchasing this property, they will de ervo the com mendation of the people of the county, as good and faithful servants of the county. We hope they will make some provision for fitting up the build ing, so that our next term of the Dis trict Court may be held there. THE MONEY SCARCITY. Probably at no time for ten years psst, has the first of January found the great mass of the farmers so destitute of money ss at the present month at least such is the burden of their seng, and there are reasons for this. They strained every nerve the pist season to raise a good surplus of wheat and flax, in tho confiden^ hope that they could get it shipped t > a paying market and get their returns before J nuary arriv ed. But, with few exceptions, the people of this section have not yet been able to gc' off their wheat and flax to a market, and while a few have sold to the agen'sAof buyers who were sent out into the cjuntry and received a small bonus to bind the sales, yet the great bulk of ths value of their pro ducts has not yet been realized. They have grain in abundance but no money. This acareity is seriously felt by th* merchants, mechanics and laboring m n whom they owe. But patience and forbearance becomes necessary in such a crisis. These producers "wvill work themselves'out ot this dilemma as soon as they have a fair show. The Walla Walla and Touchet Valleys have had a much better show, and money is re ported to be plenty among the farmers of those valley». Our turn will come after a while, if wc ean hold fast and not be too impatient and too exacting upon each other. BIO THINGS. The greatest river in the world is the Mississippi, which is 4,100 miles long. Ths largest lake in the world is lake Superior, being 430 miles long and 1,000 feet deep. The most extensive valley in the world is tha valley of the Mississippi!. It contains 500,000 square miles. The greatest cave in the world is the Mammoth cave in Kentucky, which contains a navigable lake abound in in eyeless fish. The greatest mass of solid iron in tho world is the great Iron mountain iu Missouri- It is 350 feet high and two miles in circumfence. POLYGAMY. Delegate McGinnis, of Montana, saya the true method of extinguishing Polygamy is to disintegrate Utah Ter ritory and parcel it out to the adjacent 2,725.00 j 550.00 Of County Treasurer, Nez Perce Co Idaho Territory, fur 1881. TOTAL REVENUE IIERIVEI1 UtOM AU. SOURCES Property tax fer I SSI....... " " Delinquent . . Poll tax *4............ Ileal Eztate sold........... Kstate, Aruliil.al.1, deceased. Percentage and advertising, . Hospital tax............... Miscellaneous Licenses..... Bankers and Express....... Gambling Licenses......... Kerry Licenses .......... Fines...................... Teachers' Certificates,..... Special School Tax Dist. *1 ? 17,576.42 j |j ,,-60.60 j 9.251 1,281.73 229.00 4,865.00 61 00 150. (Ml 80.00 40.00 24 00 200 00 Total amount of revenue during tin.- year.................... 836,164 00 Expenses paid on acct.^olleotion 554.83 Net revenue rec'd into treasury, apportioned into the following funds....................... 835,609.17 Nez Perce Co. Fund, 818,069.81 Idaho Territory " 8,364.58 Hosp tal " 2,310.72 School •* 5,574,67 Bridge " 1,289 39 $35,609.17 AMOUNT or WARRANTS ISSUED IN 1831. On General Fund..............$ 5,788.92 " Current Exiiense .......... 3,473.00 " Hospital Fund.............. 1,075.60 11 Miscellaneous School Fluid.. 165.00 " Bridge Fund............... 47.03 Totnl amount issued ...........810)549.55 Balance amount redi-e-ned in ex cess of warrants issued ....... 4,284.11 814,833.00 AMOUNT or WARRANTS REDEEMSD OUT Or THE rOLLOWI.NU COUNTY FUNDS. Curreut Exiiense Fund $3,473.00 Hospital Fund, includ ing interest........ 1,200.17 Ninety per cent. Fund, 9,075 07 Ten per cent, Fund... 866.79 Miscellaneous school 165.00 Bridge Fund,............47.03 $148.33.66 CREDIT EVEKAL FUNDS. Ten per cent, fund... .$ 221.72 Ninety per cent, fund, 1,133.34 Current Expense Fund, 4,876.20 Idaho Territory,...... 4,246.37 Hospital............. 1,793.81 Bridge Fund.......... 1,242 36 Nez Perce Co. prop'ty F, S. Fund............ 61100 Nez Perce Co. Mis F. S. Fund.............. 101.07 School District........3,457.03 $17,682.90 STATEMENT or INDEBTEDNESS UK COUNTY TO 1ST JAN. 1882. Amount Face warrants remain ing unredeemed as per register $12,578.41 Ain't interest accrued on said warrants to Jan. 1st, 1882.. .. 5,478.35 Am't, princial and interest..... $17,831.66 Deduct «m't on hand in the re demption of warrants. Ten percent, fund bal. on hand.............. $ 221.72 Ninety do, do. do. 1,133.34 Current Expense,,4,876,20 Balanoc amt. of nctual indebtedness........11,600.40 17,831.66 Present iudebtness of tha Co. nut including the issuauce of warrants for quarter ending Jan. *1, 1882...................... $11,600 40 To the Hon. the Co. Commissioners A 'ez Perce Cn., /. T. ( »KNTi EM en : — I herewith most respect fully submit my regular annual report for 1881. Very Respectfully Yours, N. HALE. Co. Treasurer, Nez Perce Co., I. T. Lewiston, Jan. 3d, 1882. in y ot 1. in Tub Tacoma Ledger in alluding to the Oregonian's report of an interview with A. L. Williams, attorney tor the U. P. R. R., mid the opinion expressed by the editor that lie w- s ern term'nu of tho Short Line wou d ho at Port land, says: Subsequently Mr. William* was seen on Puget Sound and heard to laugh ingly remark, in connection with th a report-T'al opinion, that on his way >o Portland in the ocean steamer, as th y approached the mouth of the Colum bia river he counted a me eighteen »ailing vessels detained in the oiling and prevented fr m entering the river by the dangerous roughness on the bar, and »fier entering he c unled nearly as great a numbei in Baker's bay, not daring to venture out, many of which, both inside and outside, he learned at A-toria had been so breaker-bound for weeks. Mr. Williams will re-visit Pu get Sound early next spring to further prosecute the projects of the 8 ort Line between Ogden and Admiralty Inlet. GOV. NEWELL. We regret that Gov. Newell should have suspected that he was the person whom we alluded to as claiming tha* Mormons ruled Idaho. The item was written "Gov. Neill," but so close was the resemblance in name that the typo mistook "Newell" for "Neill" and the error esoaped the notice of the proof reader, till after Gov. Newell's letter to the News. We regret ihe injury tho Governor has received and hope it will soon be repaired. Decision. —The Secretary of the Interior decides that the mere filiog ■ f a declaration statement by an alleged pre einptor, cannot be considered as of itself sufficient to defeat an entry of a prior settler who failed to offer his final MAKING MONEY, Home people can hardly make a liv ing, and some lay up money. \\ hy is it? Into a village of a few hundred in |j a i,iti, n ts a young man tame and wa» en ,ployed as a clerk. He lived there fifty years and laid up* *100,000. O h'-r men worked as hrd and did unt lay up money. Near ihe village was a large and beautiful farm. The owner of it bad it from bis father. He did not drink nor gamble, and yel he c uid lint make a 1 viiig and so borrowed money, and t > ueoure it gave a mort gage on his farm. In a few ynars the farm was so d, und he was ob ged tu in vc I way. A Scotchman with but lin le in n y, and a large fo.uii y, pa-sod tiy and raw the house was vacant, and -truck a Inrgaiu »ith the owtic . 'I hen he went on ai d laid up money, and is now a rich man. Tue art of milking money is o; e that should be carefully studied. If you take a d liar and lend it out a' 0 per cent, interest, it will dou' le itself in sixteen years. If y u take a ilolla and buy someth ng with it, aud then sell hat at a pri fit, and so leep doing y -u increase your capital. These three ways are th>- foundation ways of mon ey making. All bus ness is in one of these forms. Those w ho suece- d the best are those wl o know the most about what they do. iu in try .1» A ,.c. as P MARRIED. SCHUBERT-OLIVER. At Mt. Idaho, January 4, 1882, by John Bower. Probate Judge, Mr. Adam Schubert to Mrs. Mary J. Oliver, all of Mt. Idaho, I. Ï. CHILDERS—RESSELL. At the residence of the bride's parents near Moscow, Jan. 1, 1882, by W. D. Craig, Thomas T Chil «1er» of Four Mile, Moscow, I. T. Mary K. Kessel 1, of NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF, J^TOTIC. LAND OFFICE AT Lewisioti I.T.^Jan. tt 1882. J. M PHILLIPS. IS HEHEDY GIVEN THAT THE following maned pettier has tiled notice ot his intention to uuike tinui proof in support of his claim, and secure tiptu , qfr> thetc f at tht expiration of th-rty days from the .Ute of tine notice, viz: Friday, Feb it», 10 a m. .lames M. Philips, I . Î-. No. «378, tor the swi sec 17. >.nd »ei -e* se - l*, t.nd ne* uej sec. IV and n«j n*± sec 20. tp 39 n r 5 w, und nutnes the following us his witnesses. \ i/. II aM. Hogers, £o«»tf. 11 E. Gilbert .ni . ». Town, all of Moscow P ", N«z Ptrc C 1. T. J. M. Howk 14 He NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTI N PRduF. MNP* I Fir I Lewiston, £. T., jnu. 9, ls82. M. THORN ON. To Richard Butler and to whom it may concern. N -otice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final eut i y thereof qt the expiration of thirty davs from the date oi this notice, viz.; Friday, Feb .0, 1S82, 10 a. m., before 15. A Sampson, 1. P. at Ins otlice in Uene»see precinct, Nez Perce Co., I. T., Miihael Thornton D. S. 1429, for the FA a e| sec. 8, and w ^ s w*, sec. 9, tp 38 N R. 4 w, and names the fol lowing as his witnesses, viz. d. Keane, M. Butler, P. Kinnier ami N. Humphrays of Genesee P. Ü. Nez Perce Co. I. T. J. M. Howk, 14 Register. in n art _ be lie G. S be ' 1 hi In ex n at n K STTIVEXÆOlSrS, TxhIiIT'iHY -K III til • !.. County of t.l ,u - the Te , •lit /or of Idaho In the Metric! Cow l f, First Judicial Mai County. M A* KePey, plaintiff. vs. T. D Stewart, Defan liant. To T. D. 8tewtr\ in li e n»»me of the penpl of the United states, iu the Territory of Idaho You are hereby notified that there is now oi iu the office ot the ('1er of the Distrie, rt of tho First Jutli ial District ot 8« id Territory, in Lewiston. County of Nez Perce, the complaint oi the ahove named plaintiff, wherein p aim iff demands judgment against said defendant, for services rendered as phy sician ol 8>»id plaintiff, ami also for an account of H. VV. Stniuton against said defendant duly »»signed ,o said plaintiff, iu the aggregate sum of seven hundred and seventy five dollars, to gether with the costs of the suit. And you notified that unless you appear and answer ■aid complaipt within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Nez I'ere County, and within twenty deys if served ou ot said county, but within said Judicial District and within forty days if served out af district, exclusive of the day of service, (the plaintiff will take judgiuout for the said sum of $775 besides cost. Given under pay hand and the seal of the District < onrt, of the First Judicial District of Idaho Territory, in and for Nez Perce County this 3d day of January, A. D., 1882* II. Squibb, Clerk. Jasi'bb Rabo, Plaintiff's Attorney. !4-4w NOTICE FOR PREEMPTION PROOF, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. i . Jan. 3 1882 B. A. PUTNAM N otice is hereby given thaï the following named settler has filed n*d of his intention io make final pfoof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice viz : M onday Feb. ft. 1882, under pre emptioo DS No 735 David Putnmn »*i half of heirs of Edward A. Putnam deceased for the lots 1 and 2 ami t*4 nw2 sec 30 tp 35 n r 4 w and names the following ai his witnesses vit: J. D- Martin, W. P. Hunt J. Denny. A. 1.eland aad U. Wells, all of Lew iston P, 0. I. T. J. M. How«, 13 Register. is NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PR OF. U S LAND OFFICE, Lewiston I. T. Jan. 3 1882, DAVID PUTNAM. JOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT _ the following named settler has tile«! notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thareof at rhe expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice vit: M«>nday Feb. 6 1882 '0 a m at th s office, David Putnam, pre empt in D8 No. 736 for the lois 3 and 4 and aw qr. see 19 tp 3$ n r 4 w and qatpet the following as hi* witnesses vis: J. D. Martin, N' MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE FOR HOWIESTtAD PROOF. M AN ERR ON. LAND OFFICE AT Lewi iton, I T., Deo. 24. 1881. xTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT N the foil;.« ing-named settler lifts tiled iu tier of his in eutiou to Tiake final proof in suuiwrt uf li s claim, an [ secure final en try tliert-uf at the exnirati »11 of thi ty days from the «lato « f this noti ee, viz : Satur .1» nuary 8 1882 III a. m. a »his offic • Ma- »in A iderson homes uwl entry No. 78 to • the e) qr se qr. ne qr. see. 30 and nw q sw qr. ,.c. 2a ip I) r 0 w and na me* the oli wing as his witnesses. viz: J. K unhitch. • l*»ter n, N Hale an IN. B Ho brook of „eW'S.«>n P O. I. T. J. M. Howe, 12 Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFI'E AT Walla Wall.» W , T. D*c. 22 1881. N otice is hereby given that tike following-named settler lias filet» notice of hia intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Phares Isaacs, uotary public at Anat< ne, W T Ju nuary 30 882 viz: Gccrgt A. R"g pr«; einp ion N 0. 151 fi, for the *4 so qr «» sec 32 and 4 BW q se c 33 tp 8 n r 45 lit names the 1« Hut ring wit nesses to prove bij continu us res dence upon. and ci 1 1 i v a t i 01 ol said land , viz: lit ry 8»ew art M S. Klin g. K!i[)hle» Bean Miid Randall Tutte all uf A AUt no W. T K II. Mi Kltl S'*M, 2 Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Wal a Walla W T fee. 23 1881 N -otice is hereby given that _ the following named settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Charles Isaacs, notary pirb lie ut An at ,1« W T 0 n January M lS82'viz: G. W . W. ewi* pre eu iption No* 3222, for the S V Tic qr, at .1 » qr. Bee■ 1 tp. 7 n r 45 e wiu. lie 1 allies the follow ng witnea-e, t.. prove his i.iitin mu* result nee upon, anti cult» valio f 8 aid laud, v ■Li Joe Pack wood, J«*e Piere e. Her ry Uobcndu rf. K. Pitrce, all «»f An atone w. 1 E. H. MoRR18 mN « 12 egister. N' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, LA Nl OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Dec 27 1881. JOTICK 1 . HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following-named settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before I) I\ Welch, notary public, ' heon W. T. on February 7 1*8*2, vit: Wil liam II. Foredyte DS. No. 2734, for the ne qr sec 1 tp 8 n r 45 e. w. in. He nqines the fol lowing witnesses to prove hi* continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, John A. Smith David Morgan, David F. West and John W. Maador nil of 1 heon VV. T. E H. MoRltld !* 12 Kegl. # NOTICE F R HOMESTEAD PRO F. F H \ NCI > . TOV.PSnN. OTHERS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final pr snpp, rt of hi •lain« lieft. Register id be homest«. a 1 I tp 13 i NOT iCc F0- J . PRE - EMP : ION Pi OOF. J. ' CHAN BE ft .AS D »FFIUI \ ; Lew sto 1. 1 i ec •.11 ISSl % j o n cn 111 ;r kb y GIVE H AT T I' P ^ to lie win. na no rd 1er l.as tile.l 1 eti.-e 0 hi intent"« n - in ko fin 1 pro in sup; rt In claim, an set ire fini 1 .... »1» reof at h« ex piratioti «1* t ht t davs fr >m t n- <1 -•* e ni h» n , tiec, viz S 1 ti. ■ ■ \ ;»n »ary 2 1-82 " 4 m at this office Jolll T » tan. her , pro en.pti n D s. 512 r« r he a- 1 »e. 31 tp 3 n r 3 w. and n , me. the 1. ilow ng a- his witnesses, viz. 1 K X. L i Tal or. J T«>l«r and E lay lor, r al id M. bhiiley nil of ARMSTRONG, Degist • J. M llowr.. Register. HOUSE and LOT for SALE. » TWO STORY COTTA OK IfnUPF. ith lut 80x tOO I« ei. enci sed brücket fence, situated near ech"o! house in I ewiston, is offered for sale- The house con he bought and the furniture, A good well and cellar are on the premises. For further particulars enquire of WALTON WRIGHT. I2f At Daim»«' Store. Yourselves by making tpone» when a golden chance is offered, thereby always keeping poverty from your door. Those who al ways take advantage of the goon unking money that are offer d, gene ally become wealthy, while those who do not improve suoh chances rpmaip »n poverty. to want many men, women boys and girls to ork for us right in their 01711 localities. The business will pay in-Te than ten times ordinary vages. We furnish au expensive outfit and all hat you need, free. No one engages fails to nake money very rapidly. You can devote rour whole time to the work or only your spare moments. Full information and all that is needed sent free. Address Stinson .k Co. Portland Maine. RICHARD t. IVANS A CO, ATTORNEYS, -AMD Counsellors at Law, WASHINGTON. D. C. P RACTICE BEFORE THE GENERAL L»nd Offie, Interior Department, and the Supreme Court o' the United State« Coni tested Laud and Mining cl»ims. Special at tention given to contests involving the title to Mines and water rights. Homestead, Timber Culture and Pre-emption contests attended t« before the General Land Office and the Depart ment of the Interior. Contested Cases between Settlers and Kailroad Companies argued Private Land t laims prosecuted before tb« Interior Department and Congress. Patents obtained for Timber, Stone, and Desert Lands and in Homestead, Pre-emption and Tim> er culture entries Ke-pavm^nts in eases of er roneous entries and where the Government is ut able to make good title to l»pd* solo, w« can obtain the re payment of fi es, c «uimission-, and money paid by the claimants Agricui tural C liege Scrip anil • rher crip located. Information given in ref rence to ihe lnws. decisions aq-1 practice Mating to the Public Lands an<l Mines. P»r <es intending to Looate, Purchase. Pre empt or IIome«tea<l, can oifen avoid vexati u- trouble under the laws governing the set binent of the public Und«. Üddier'ê Additional Home*ttnd Claim* aad flauaty Laud M'urranti obtained and /tur rkn*ed. Prudent. 1 r uipt and «aith'u* manage m nt of cases intrusted to us «-ah be depend««! upon. KlfllAIU) P. EVANS A CO. Look Washington^ D. C Letters of inquiry should oontain postage for MISCELLANEOUS. O —ESTABLISHED IN 18G1.--- It R C IT T E L, MANUFACTURER OF BREAD, CAKES AND FIES, ferC R Fire Proof Building, 2 33 tf K R R H--» - WALLA WALLA. Great CLEARANCE Sale. J. J. BONNER, nils of 0 I,R. VARNISHES, WINDOW OLASS, Wall hours, a —-DEALER IN ATLANTIC unit PIONELR WHITE LEAD. BRUSHES, paper, rokdeks, win now »hades, t INDOWS. COAL Oil., Etc., Sold at the Lowest Prices for Çaslh Next dour to Post Office, Lewiston, I. T.*T335. 43-6m W. F. KETTENBACH, LEJVISTON, IDAHO. / IRE—Home Mutual , of California; Fireman's Fund of California; Commet cial of California; Hartford . of Hartford Conn . LIFE — Ætna , Ne iv England Mutual , Travelers' Accident and Life Aieurmnce C o OFFICE IN BREARLEY'S BANK. LOISVVElliH'ili BROS. Have now received their large anil varied FALL! .VINTER - T O C KI . i»hi>ah 00DS, ! A xr Y (iOf )DS, a X TS' GOODS. We have m our i/Khc> UUUU.i Department f amers Hair A lo li, Black and Colored « a liiiiei c. il H«>ol striped suitings, lia kei ■ hull, French Melange, In FANt'Y GOODx we have SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, anJ VEILINGS. In HOI S KMO'INU U'lOHS »0 liave « Oollorettes, immense assort JlANK TS. FUN ELS, SHEtTINGS, M ab I. inen. Napkins, Etc. H !*•* I l*: s < v"! 1 HAR£ ® W*' BAIRD BROS. !t. S. ItII lil.Vtx, Managinir Agt>! This house has now on hand a large ai)d well ^elected stock of SADD LES AND H ARNESS, They also manufacture ti of repairing. I he\ keep BLANKETS, «nd BH1DM VÖ..AU orders sent to 1. S * r«hr a ! l articles in the saddlery and harness line, and do all kinds for sale SADDLE AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS, SADDLK x and everything belonging to such an establishment. BILLINGS, manager, will receive prompt attention. 4tf A. MCGREGOR, - DEALER IN - # S. T. Suits' Celebntted WHISKIES, Bourbon and Rye Peach and Cherry Brandies, S. T. Suits' Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. ALSO KEEP OS HAND A FINE QUALITY OF IMPORTED Brandy, Sher y, Port Wine, A N B GIN. 1 he*« liqu«*rs are very eMr.b e f r Met! etnal pur, •<*?«* >n account of their gr«»t airBagt^ and purity. Try them, and I» not wh «t they .0* reommeo ed to he don't buy tkta.