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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. n< TF.i.t.F.n has the largest circulation of any paper in Xorth Idaho, ÏHUKSDAY ..........................TAN. 19, 1882 BUrSIDIZINO THE PRESS. By reference to tli" principles pium ciated by the National Anti Monopoly Loagu", which wo publish on our out aida this week, the following is made prominent; "A free pres»—the bulwark of mir flee Institutions— imut be maintained, beading journals have been purchased liy monopo lists who are endeavoring to control the thought of the uation. The journals which are not thus controlled should he sustained by the peopl»." Probably no human agency has greater power over the people of the nation than has tho newspaper press. Truo, it is diversified in its character in accordance with tho interest of men and localities. Hut each newspaper, however humble in its character and pretentions haa its rcadors who attach faith to its teachings, and they arc ed ucated and moved to action by the principles it inculcates, and among those who can read in tho United States, mere mon and women in number, arc controlled in their actions and opinions, than arc by public speak ers of all classes and by writers of books. The public speaker is heard by but comparatively few. Tho ma jority of people do not think they have time to read a book, whilo nearly all find more or less tiuio to read a daily or weekly newspaper. Hence tho newspapers of this country contain the embodiment of tho landing thoughts of the nation. Somo of these newspapers have, by their energy and enterprise attained constant readers to the number of hundreds of thousands, and their influence and power upon masses has become immense for good or evil, and not only upon tho masses but also upon other newspapers of limit ed circulation. When ono such newspa per becomes subsidized to men and measures that aro inimical to the wel fare of tho peoplo, tho harm they do is unmsssurablo, and it takes years of petisnt sod energetic labor to undo this evil. This power is fully appre ciated by crafty men who have an am bition to aggrandise themselves at the expense of the masses who are the pro ducers of the country. Ilenco when opportunity presents and they have the means, they seek to control tho policy of such papers to suit their own pur poses of aggrandisemout, and too often are luooessful. Minor journals, if they dissent to tho principles and policy of these powerful journals, arc timid and chary about exposing their follies. So many of them are not financially in poeition to maintain controversies with them, and whon they do it often hap pens that they are worsted in the con test, either for lack of ability to defend the correct principles, or wanting in flnancial support to carry such contro versy to a successful issue, and thus are vanquished and lose the cenfidcnce of the people, although they were right in both principle and policy, and should have boon sustained. It then is no wonder that the members of the Na tional League pljco such stress upon tho dangers of having our leading news papers, subject to the control of monied corporations of the country, and that they obligate themselves to urgo a liberal support of such newspapers as will not surrender themselves to the monied power to the detriment of the masses. Any close observer can road ily perceive the truckling to th'o power of monied corporations and monied men in this Northwestern country by somo of the journals we have read, and yet while men long aecuslomod to in dependent thinking and writing, much more so than in any Eastern localities, yet even here good writers and publish ers so far forget their manhood and tho demands ths people have upon them ee writers and publishers that they are mdoosd to truckle to the monied pow er, and cheat their readers out of that hold independent thought upon public qneationa, affecting the public weal, which it due to them, and the Bide of the people goes unrepresented and un protected,, while the monopolists make aapid strides, and gain lasting ail van toges ovsr the liberties of ths produc ing classes, even before they are aware of the danger. The money of the coun try is ths product of the laboring eins ess of ths country, in whoso ever hands it may now chance to be found, aud in its nos, ostensibly, to develop the re coerces of a country, it should be so Wd as to become the baud maid of the laboring classes, and not for their oppression. It should be so employed by those who control it, as o stimulate the producer to greater iudustry and potjwevsdenre resulting in profit to him •ell*» well ee to those who furnish ■id money. There should never be nn. antagonism bstwesn labor and cap ilal, and no country can long prosper and progress, while the two remain in antagonism. Each have their rights anil the rights of each should be clearly de fined and urged by the newspaper pres and should be properly guarded anil protected by the legislation of the ountry. Cipital should not be fostered and protected whilo robbing the people of their living substance, nor should labor or the laboring cla-ses ever seek to vandalize capital or divest it of its legitimate profits ami income. It is tho balancing of these two ngencies that should be the aim and purpose of the secular newspaper press, and from that aim and purpose no newspaper lias tho right to swerve with any hope of permanent support from tho people. TELEGRAPHIC MELANGE. A £■' 100,000 tire occurred in New York City Jan. 1:1th. A §00,000 liro oceured in Toronto Jan. Ik'. Snow to the depth of 10 inches fell in Southern California Jan. 11. Jay Could was at St. Louis tins night of the 12th. Eliphalct Whittlesey has been ap pointed on tho board of Indian Com missioners. Indications arc that tho house com mittee will send the Utah election case back to tho pooplo for a new election. A bill by Slater was introduced for the building of a bridge over the Wil lamette at Portland. The Northern Pacifie magnates claim that the bills declaring a forfeiture of their land grant will be defeated. Davidgo opened and concluded his argument for the prosecution to the jury in the Cuitteau ease Jan. 12. A new proposition for settlement of the railroad war was favorably received at a conference of thu magnates Jan. 11th. A bill was introduced by Ceorge, to provido for the payment of losses by reason of Indian hostilities, n bill for tho relief of citizens of ( )rogon, Wash ington, Idaho and Montana, who suf fered in the Nez Perce Indian war. On tho 13th a train of cars contain ing about , r >00 passengers on tho Ilud son river railroad, when at Spay ton Dyvil junction, was run into by a Tar rytown train und two ears burned anil 8 persons lost their lives and about 40 moro were injured. The train stopped on account of a heated axle, and hence wus off its proper time. News from St. Petersburg Jan. 12 states that the Jeanette was caught in an ice pack Oct. 1st 1879, and drifted in that till June 1881, when she was abandoned and tho men took to tho small boats. Danhauner and live of tho crew reached Jakutsk Oec. 17th 1881. Melville and six men aro ex pected soon. Delong and the crow of the first cutter wero not found Nov. 1G 1881. ______ FREE PRESS LIGHT HOUSE. Tho Ant i-Monopoly National League have sent us a fine lithograph of the Free Press Light House, each block in the structure representing somo newspaper of prominenco in the country, and showing tho work of tho monopolists in attempting to remove by purchase, somo of tho blocks at the baao of tho structure, and thus loosen ing tho. whole fabric. It has the N. Y. Evening Mail, tho evening Erpress, tho Tribune and IVo rid al ready purchased by the monopolists, and the blocks being taken from the base of tho light house, and several other blocks ready to tumble. Tho design of tho picture is good and forci bly illustrates what tho monopolists are do'ng in reference to tho American press. _ FAIR FLAY. In as much as tho Wood River Times was betrayed into copying from tho Ears of this city a libel upon tho Tel ler, alleging that its property was mortgaged and that its editor lost every case in which ho was counsel at the last term of the District Court, tho Times will please publish our denial published in tho Teller fallowing the libel, which was to tho effect that the Teller property was not now, nor ever had boen mortgaged, and that out of 17 cases in which the editor was coun sel at tho last term of court, he lost only two, and that the allegation in the News was wholly malicious and idiotic ou the part a of its conductor. We saw the libel copied in no othur exchange, save the Times, and hcnco infer that no other journal put faith in the state ment of the News. FORFEITURE. Hills have been introduced in Con gress declaring certain railroad land grants ioifcited, and demanding that these lands bo made open to settlement r.s other Government lands. The bills will cover muohof the Northern Pacific land grant, and so far as that portion reserved between tho Columbia river and Puget Sound, along tho branch, the grant should be forfoitod, since Villard has said they did not intend to complete the road during the ensu ing live or eight years. Costist.— We hear much talk al»>ut eou testing the election for the couutv seat of Garfield eoauty. Rut it iu»y be all bogus TELEfiH AIMIN'! his intended rambling incohc Dayton, W. T. Jan. 13. 1882. Affairs in Peru unchanged. American cotnmi-sioners have lef Lima for Chile. Largo number of bills introduced ii the House. ScovilleaddreHsi.il the jury on Jan 10, in a speech of little merit and lesi point. Guitteau publishes speech to the jury (a rent statement.) Chicago papors stata that Gen. Carr is under arrest and ordered to Port Grant for court martial. Order fir arrest issued by Gen. Wilcox, not known, further than it grows out of the Apache outbreak. Hill introduced by Logan in Senate to grant pension to Mrs. Lincoln. Committees are perfecting a bill to in clude casa of Mrs. Garfield. Pill re furred to pension committee. Work on the Panama canal inter rupted in the week ending Jan. 8, by a striko among laborers, who ask oue dollar fifty per day in silver instead of one twenty in currency with a discount ot 20 per cent. Call St* I I Irregular habits and disli pation. When persons become of middle and advanced age, they usually stand upon an eminence where they can see the follies of a misspent youth, and where they have erred in their younger days, and the narrow escapes they have made from a shipwrecked life. They are in a position to counsel tho young, and when they are inclined to do so in good faith. Young people should take heed to their counsels, instead of treating advice as tho drivillings of demented faculties, intended otdy to place im proper cheeks upon tho buoyancy of youth. Tho young man or the young woman who despises the counsels of those of matured years and experience is sure to become entrapped in some of the pitfalls of human life from which there is often found great difficulty in becoming safely extricated. Youth, however well disciplined, can never see life in all its phasos of stern' reality and duty, such as teach men anil wo men what they should or should not do, nor can they forsee what older per sons can review of tho past, that aro of the greatest importance to know as elements of prosperity, happiness and greatness. You sec a young man ig nore the advice of his superiors in age and experience and you are sure to see one who will encounter evils that could have been entirely avoided, had the advice of these older persons been properly heeded. "Old men for counsel and young men for war," is as truo now as it was when the sentence was first uttered. The ancients recog nized this principle in all things, and tho young man or woman of the pres ent day cannot ignore it with any de gree of safety to future happiness or purity. It is a mistaken idea that be cause a young man has attained the age of twenty -0110 years, or the young woman the age of eighteen years, he or she needs not the counsels of persons older than themselves to safely guide them. The mere crossing of this line of demarkation between childhood and man or womanhood, does not suddenly transform one to the understanding of all there is in manhood or womunhood, and young men and women often make the most serious mistake of a whole life, they in their vain, glorious pride, boast to themselves of their freedom from parental authority and direction, and follow tho dim light of their own half developed understanding and crude .judgmentof the true relationsuf persons and things of human life. American youth exhibit too much prodigal neg lect of wise counsels of those mere ad vanc :d in ago aud experience, and hence the numerous shipwrecks we often see in their early lives. The youth of Lewiston have cause for re flection upon tho nbovo suggestions, and refrain from 6ome of their habits cf irregularity anil dissipation and fol low tho counsels of those who have witnessed their evil efforts. THE INDIANS OBJECT. Tho position taken by the Flat Head Indians against the X. P. R.ll. extend ing through their lands, is liablo to givo that company trouble and may givo soma trouble to the Government. It seems that their chief had given his consent, but that his people have repu diated his authority in this respect, and will resist, by force, all efforts to build the road «cross their reservation, nor will they allow tho surveyors to make tho necessary surveys. It is to bo hoped that the matter may bo ad justed without any ealling of force. (*ciTTEAv ia just beginning to rea lize that A lover forsaken A new love may get. But a neck that'« once broken Can never bo set. Wr. hear rumors of a county seat agitaticu for Nez Pc wo county for the next fall elec tion. Things are liable to undergo consid erable change in their condition before next fall, which will make such agitation wholly unnecessary; make haste in this matter slowly. DIED. KOLAN In tiiis eitv. -Ian. l ull, of ilipMlie- 1 ria, I »..Hie, daughter of Marion and Helen Nolan, aged ,'i years 7inontln and 14 day». NOLAN In this eity Jan. 17th. "f diphthc-1 ria, Leon Lestor. son of Marion and Hel- 1 len Nolan, aged 1' year.- and 2l> days. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. XTOTUT-: J.N tolt-.wi C. K. A1VKR. I.AN1) Ol KICK AT on. I. T., •Inn. I.;, 1882. «»Tin-; i - hi-: ut: U y given that the m 1 settler has filed notice of ion to make final proof in support of hi- claim, mi l secure final entry thereof ut the expiration of thirty »lav- from the date of this notice*, viz: Friday Fob, IT 1SM2, 10 a. in. ut this office (Man- K, Myer pre-emption I>. S. No. 1121 for the si so qr sec. 7 arid si sw qr sec N tp. .'17 ii r5w and names the follow ng ns his witness, viz: T. J. Rarringer, C. Schorn hurst, K. Akin. M. Everts and John Katuhitch if lie 1. T. M. WAVE, NQTICF FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT AVnlla Walla W. T. January 14 OS2. mrOTlCE IS IIKKEHV GIVEN THAT THE Ln following nanicl .«tri ll**r bus fitc.1 notico uf his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made be fore D* T. Welch, notary public, at Theon, W. T. on February 20 18S2, viz: Thomas Holing, I». S. 323», for the fw qr nw qr c* nw qr sec. 33 and sc* qr sw qr see 28 t 8 n r -It? t* w in. lie name- the following witnesses to prove his continuous rosidonco upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Chas. W. Hciby, Benjamine Floch, Jr. and Christian Floch, Jr., of Anatone W. T. and A. M. Martin of Theon W T. E. II. Morrison, 15 Register, NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax, W. T. Jan 10. IS82. ThTOTICE IS HKKLBY OIYEN THAT THE il following of h port at Ci at 10 o'clock A. M. and secure final entry thereof, viz: William J. Herman, who filed pre-emption DS No. 1699 for lots 12 3 anil 4, sec, 30 t 12 n r 40 u w iu. and names the follow ing aj his witnesses, viz: F. M. Hannah, Tip Fraiser, Ed. Skeels, l*. 0. Uniontown and Jane ltobenson 1*. O. Colfax W. T. J. M. AllMST 110NO, nc»-15 Register. twing named settler has filed notice itentu m to u uake final proof in sup is cl ai iu, be ft) no tho U. S. Land Office Wu! 'bington Territory, Feb. 16 1882 N' NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFF TOE AT Lewiston I. T.fcJan. 9 1882. J. M PHILLIPS. JOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE wing named settler has tiled notice >t his intention to unike final proof in support if bis claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration ot thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Friday, Feb. 10, 1882, 10 a. m. James M. Philips, D. No. 1378, for the *w| swi sec. 17, andscj sei sec 18 and net nej sec. 19 and n wf nw and names the folio' H. M. Rogers, C. 8 H. Town, all of Moi I. T. 14 U »V0. 20, tf» 39 nr 5 w, wing as his witnesses, viz.: •ott, 11. E. Gilbert mol €'. scow P. ()., , Nez 1'crco Co. J. M. llowa. Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND 0FFICK AT Lewiston, I. T., Jan. î», 1SS2. M. THORNTON. To Richard Butlor and to whom it may concern. N otick is hereby given that the following-named settler lias tiled notice of his intention to muhe final proof in support of hiselaim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz. : Friday, I ch. 10, 18SJ, 10 a. in., liefere K. A. Sampson, J. 1'. at his office in Genessee precinct, Nez l'erce Co., I. T., Michael Thornton I >. S. 1429, for the EL s ej sec. 8, and w L s w(, »ec. 9, tp 38 N U. 4 w, and names the fol lowing as his witnesses, viz. J. Keane, M. Butler, ]'. Kiimicr and N. llnmplirays of Genesee i*. U. Nez l'erce Co. I. T. J. M. Howe, 14 Register. SXJlSÆIkÆOJSrS, Territory op Idaho, ) County of Idaho. J ' * In the District Court for the Territory nf Idaho, First Judicial Uisirict, in and for Ae* Derer County. M. A* Kelley, plaiutiff. vs* T. D. Stewart, Defendant. To T. 1>. Stewart, in the name of tho pooplo of tho United States, in the Territory of Idaho. You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of tho District Court of the First Judicial District of said Territory, in Lewiston, County of Nez l'eree, the complaint uf the above named plaintiff, wherein plaintiff demands judgment against said defendant, for services rendered as phy sician of said plaintiff, and also fur an account of H. W. Stainton against said defendant duly assigned to said plaintiff, in the aggregate sum of seven hundred and seventy-five dollars, to gether with thu costs of the suit. And you are also notified that unless you appear and answer to said complaint within ten «lays after the service hereof, if served within Nez Perce County, and within twenty «lays if served out of said county, but within said Judicial District and within forty days if served out of said district, exclusive of tho day of service, (the plaintitf will take judgmont for the suhl sum of $775 besides cost. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court, of the First Judicial District of Idaho Territory, in and for Nez Perco County this 3d day of January, A. 1)., 1882* II. SquisR, Clerk. Jartbr Rand, Plaintiff's Attorney. 14-4w NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T. Jan. 3 1882 R. A. PUTNAM. N r OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho following named settlor has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, aud secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from tho date of this notice viz: MonJay Feb. fi. 1882, under pro emption DS No 735 David Putnam on be half of heirs of Edward A. Putnam deceased for tho lots 1 and 2 and c\ nw i sec. 30 tp 35 n r 4 w an l names the following as his witnssscs viz: J. D. Martin. IV. P« Hunt, J. Denny, A. Lclnnd and R Weils, all of Lew iatou P, O. I. T. J. M. Howe, 13 Register. N' NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. V S LAND OFFICE, Lewiston I. T. Jan. 3 1882, DAVID PUTNAM. JOTICK IS HEKKBY CilVKX THAT _ the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at rhe expiration of thirty days from tl*i date of this notice viz: Monday Feb. ß 1882 10 a m at this «.flic*«', David Putnam, pre emption DSNo. 7.30 for the lots 3 and 4 and e$ sw qr. see 19 tp 35 o r 4 w and names the following as his witnesses viz: J. D. Martin, W. P. Hunt,' J. Denny, A* I. el an J ani R. Walls all uf 1 «wirten P. G 1. T J M. Howk. 13 Register, Allst ULLANKOUS. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. 'V'OTI* K 11 the follow notice of lu» nit from tin 1 J.Tti* nf thin notice] viz : ? January ?S 1882 10 a. i 11. ut tills nflk'O J Amli-mm horoentcail en try No. 78 for sc nr. so or. in* or. sec. 3Ü an|d nw qr. »ec, 2# tp 38 »til an 1 n .io. the foli a, hi« wirne.se», viz: J. . Kam bitch, K* -,.n, N. Hale ami N. 1J . Holbrook of Le' suj port >f hist laint uni that said proof «• be nude before 1). T Welch, not; rv puhl Tilt on U . T. or Fob miry 7 1 tS2, viz: W liai II. 1 ore-1 v e DS. No. 2734 for the no î see 1 ip 8 n r 4 e, w. m. He nan tes t hr f, low tncsse to pr d vc his pnti den n and cult i\ at ion of Ha id land, vi .Job n A, mith, Ilavbl Morgan, Dnv .1 F. Wc ami John W. M ini or all of Thuc n M . T. E. 11 Mokiuro*. 12 Rtgisti NDEUKOn. LAND OFFICE AT intim, 1 T., I lie. 24, 1881. HEREBY GIVEN THAT ing-named Mittler has lilc.l tent inn to mako filial proof >rt of his claim, anil secure filial cn i of at the expiration of thirty days itnr Maitin he el « ip. .wing J. M. Howe, 12 Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND office at Walla Walla W, T. Dee. 22 1SSI. N 'OTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following*nuuicil settler has tiled notice uf his intention tu mike filial proof in support nf his claim, and that said proof will lie made before Charles Isaac», nutarv public at Anatone, W. T. January 30 1882 via: ti.ieriie A. Itu-crs, pre iniplion No. 3:>ll'>, fur the »4 »•■ <ir. of »ec. 32 and si sw or. see 33 tp 8 n r 4Ô c w in. lie names tho tallowing wit ■ to pi id Unit, I rt.-i.tr upon. S I r iv and null art, M. 8. Kling, Eliphlet Bean and Kundull Tuttle all of Anatone W. T. E. It. .Muiikisos, 12 Register NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Dec. 23 I SRI. 'VTOTTCK ls HEREBY OjVEN THAT T* the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make filial proof in supjiortof hiselaim, and that said proof will he made before Charles Isaac*, notary pub lie at Anatone W. T. U. W. W. Lewis pro*» »! no qr, and »I so qr Ho names the fulloi id land, atone W. T. •n January 30 1882, viz: «option No* 3222, for the see. 1 tp. 7 n r 45 c wm. -ing witnesi ies to prove pm'ii upun , and culti riz: Joe IT ickwood, Joe orf. It. Fib' i*o, all of An E. 11. M ORRÎSON. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Dee. 27 1S81. N otice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice uf his intention to make final proof in 11 NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF, N'S FRANCIS M. TOMPSON. LAND OFFICE AT Colfax January 3 1882. 1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention t-» make final proof in support of ilia slain» before Register and Receiver at Colfax Wash. T<kr. and secure final entry thereof on Feb. 10 18il2 at l o'clock a. m., viz: Francis M. Thompson who made homestead entry No. 1914 for the] nw qr of sec. 11 tp 13 n of r 45 c wm and mul i es the follow ing as his witnesses, viz: John Hibson, Eli Virgin, Andrew Higgins and M. Shirley all of Clinton 1*. O. Dash, Ter. J. M. ARMSTRONG, 13 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF, J, T CHAMBERS LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston i. T. Dee, 20 1881. N r < »TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE following- named settler has filed notico of hi.*» intention to mi^c final proof iu support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at tho expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Saturday January 21 1882 10 a. m. at this office John T. Chambers, pro emption 1). S. 1512 for the sei sec 31 tp 38 n r 3 w, und names the following us his witnesses, viz, E Fix, I» C Tabor, J Taylor and E Taylor, Sr. all of G uuesco P U I T J. M. IIuwe, Il Register. HOUSE and LOT for SALE. i TWO STORY COTTAGE HOUSE, JvV with lot bUxlUO feet, enclosed by picket fence, situated near school house in Lewiston, is offered for sale* The house can bo b«»ught and the furniture. A good well and cellar an the premises, of £2f For further particulars enquire TV ALTON WRIGHT, At llamas' Store. Yourselves by miikiag money when a golden chunOo is offered, thereby always keeping poverty from your door. Those who al ways take mlvantagd of the good chances for making money that are offered, generally become wealthy, whila those who do n«»t improve such chances remairi in poverty. Wo want many men, women boys and girls to work for us right in their own localities. The business will pay more than ten tilmcs ordinary wages. We furnish an expensive outfit ami all that you need, freo. No ono engages fails to make money very rapidly. You can devote your whole time to the work or only your spare moments. Full information and all that is needed sent free. Address EtImsox à Co. Portland Maine. RICHARD P. EVANS & CO., ATTORNEYS, -AMD Counsellors at Law, WASHINGTON, IL C. L PRACTICE BEFORE THE GENERAL Land Offie, Interior Department, and the Supremo C«>urt of tho United States. ConJ tested Land and Mining claims. Special at tention given to contests involving the title to Mines and water rights. Homestead, Timber Culture and Pre-emption contests attended to before tho Goneral Land Office and the Depart ment of the Interior. Contested Cases between Settlers and Railroad Companies argued. Private Land Claims prosecuted bebiro the Interior Department and Congress. Patents obtained for Timber, fctonc, and Desert bands, and in Homestead, Pre-emption and Timber culture entries. Re-payments in cases of er roneous entries and where the Government is unable to make goo«l title to lull Is sold, we can obtain the re-pnyment of fees,commissions and money paid by the claimants. Agricul tural College Scrip and other Scrip located. Information given in reference to the laws, decisions an l practice relating t«ii the Publie Lands ami .Mines. Parties Intending to Locate, Purchase, Pre-empt or lloinesteail, can often avoid vexatious trouble under the laws governing the settlement of the public lands. Soldier's A iditimnrl H-nnCxsCad Claims and liounty Land W arrant» obtained and pur chased. Prudent, prompt and faithful manage ment of cases intrusted to us ean bo depended upon. RICHARD P. EVANA CO. Lock Rox 659. Washington, D. C. Letters of inquiry should oontaiti postage for reply. UarKRBiics— Henry N. Land and Mining Journal ,'* Cop|), • Copp'i 1U-.T MISCELLANEOUS. WILL 1 Willi STEM BAKERY. -ESTAIiLISIIED IN 1 SG 1 . o B R E C H T E It) MAXrPKCTURE BREAD, CAKES AND PIE» terc RACK IÎ Fire F roof Building, - 2 :t3 tf It S--« WALLA WALLA, Great'CLEARANCE Sale. J. J. BONNER, All kind» of OILS, VARNISHES, ATLANTIC «n.l PTONRKIf WKITR LEAD, BRUIIM WINDOW «LASS. WALL DAl'Ell, HOHDERS, WINDOW »HADEM, ' I DOOMS, W INDOWS, COAL. OIL, Ute., Sold at the Lowest Prices for Cash. /äW*Ncxt door to Port Office, Lewiston, I. 43-3a W. F. KETTENBACH, 10 life mm LEWISTON, IDAHO. F lUK—Home Mutual, of California; Fireman's Fund of California ; Commercial , of California; Hartford , of Hartford) Conn, V F À Kina, Xttc England Mutual, Travelers' Accident and Life Assurante Co 1 OFFICE IN BREARLEY'S BANK. id their large ami varied FALL! WINTER STOCK. DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GE3STTS' GOODS We have in our DRESS GOODS Department (amers Hair CJolh, Black and Colored laslnnero, Ail Wool Striped Suitings, Basket Cloth, French Melange, In FANCY GOODS* we havo SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, CoIloretteS, and VEILINGS. In HOUSEKEEPING GOODS wo have an immense assort* BLANKETS, FLANNELS, SHEETINGS, Muslins, Table Linen, Napkins, Etc. HOSI131Î Y ! LADIES'. Gents and Childrens' all Wool, Cashtnero. Cents' Land,s' Wool Code clothing, Flo i id Shard*, Ft - ud Felt I ndtr BAIRD BROS. T. 3. KILLINGS* managing Agt. [ — This house has now on hand a largo and well selected stock of SADD LES AND H ARNESS, They also manufacture to order all articles in the saddlery nn«i harness lino, and do all kind» of repairing. They keep f«»r sale SADDLE AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS, 8ADDLK RLANKETS, an«l RR1DLES, and everything belonging to such an establishment. &3UA11 orders sent to T- S. HILLINGS, manager, will receive prompt attention. 4tf A. MCGREGOR, •- DEALER IN - S. T. Suits'Celebrated WHISKIES, Bourbon and Ry « Pencil and Cherry Brandies* S. T. Suits' Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. ALSO KEEP ON HAND A FINE QUALITY OF IMPORTED Brandy, Sherry, Port Wine, AND GIN. These liquors are very desirable for Medicinal purposes on account of their great firtillK and purity. Try them, and if not what they arc recommended to he don't buy them. Shipped direct from * T. Suits' hist i Her y , Maryland. Main Street* LEWISTON*