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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. nu TELLER k<u the largut eireulat,on »/i any paper in Xorth Idaho. WEZ PERCE RE3ERVATIOJ». Borne of the Principal Reason* why the Government should Immediate ly Orant Lande to the Kez Perce Indians In Severalty and epen the Residua to White Bettlers. 1 papers in Idaho and Washingt'-n Terri ■ —--------- - ----— ....... ............ THURSDAY.......................SOV. 22, tssa. This question has been quite frequent-| \j (iiwuatcd by ns in the Teller luring the seven years last past, and our view been echoed by nearly all the ether rn r~ Ö v. ni. Lories and the Portland Ooj'nMii. y t Congress and the departments s em to have not given the matter sufficient atten tion t« perfect any measure towards aff- r I ing a remeily fur the evils of whi< h v complain. It may be that with tie- in fluenco of the President, Secretary of tl, Interior, our president Delegate in Con grew, and other members of th House and Senate, brought especially to h ar upon the question something in.iv lie ef footed the coming session, and h in tv. repeat some of the reasons why these; Indians should have their land ty and own each his part hy separate title in fee from the Covern tin nt. First—At the council of the Indians held by Gov. Stevens by the authority of the Government, he distinc tly informed them as an inducement for them to sign ■aid treaty, they should obtain title in fee to the lands each would choose to select and reside upon. That treaty was ratified in the treaty of 1807, and no new feature contained in it to nullify tie proviso of Stevens made in 1855, hy tin authority of the Government, both of these treaties have now expired and yet the Government have taken no steps to wards fulfilling that promise, and delays In so doing are bad faith on the part ol tho Government to the detriment of the Indiana and to their distrust in the Gov ernment. Second—These Indians except the new treaty, have in a majoriy of eases abandoned their wandering unmadie and warlike habits and contented themselves to remain on their reservation, and to place themselves under the agents and employscs of the Government, to he taught letters, agriculture and the arts prepara tory to the assuming the duties of culti vating farms, raising stock and farming independent communities, capable of sus taining theuiselvesehy their own labor mid (kill without the necessity of receiving annuities from the Government, if they can be allowed to own and manage each his'own land and stock and make his own bargains iu relation to the sale of Ills pro ducts, and purchasing his supplies and provided that eaoh can have his'duu pro portion of the sales of such lands as arc not absorbed by the tracts upon the res ervation, which are takeu iu severalty, they can all grow and thrive almost on an equality with white persons who arc full citizens of the United States, mid they can be readily brought under the ■ame system and details of the Govern ment and tho laws both civil and criminal M can white persons and he as obedient ai whites and become self sustaining. Third—These Indians, with a few is oeptions, both understand this and strong ly desire to own their lands in severalty, and become financially independent of each other and of the Governun nt ou fle mme basis us are the whites, mid there »... ' fore in them present condition it is the imperative duty of the Government to grant them that privilege before they be came discouraged not seeing before them anything each can call his own as his land and improvements thereon and become induced to return to bis wandering habits abandon all hope and scatter off among other wandering tribes uud live by huut ing, fishing, plundering and warfare and become greater enemies to a Government who has betrayed him by false promises to consent that the white people should have and eujoy exclusively a part of the territory which the Indians once claimed as their domain and over which they roamed and held the complete mastery. Fourth—These Indians now embrace in their reservation over 900 square miles of land, equal to 3,G00 quarter sec Lton,, «hile the number of Iudiaua th,m- ; (clvea, including men, women and cl,11- ; Jren » only about ,300, of whom there j 1*. ,C ® ' han i 40 ) a<luIt wlnvh would gtve to each adult male nine quarter sec tions of land or 1,440 acres. Fiom three- j fourth to tour-fifths of this whole rese, * v ation is the best character of plough land, ready for the plough at any time | permission «u. be granted to use it, and J the soil is ol the best quahty, no body of j land between the Cascade and Bitter Root mountains can excel it in *,uali.y for all : kinds ot cereals and vegetables and hardy' truits. The remainder of the reservation .. , , , , r'.ttiou I» open timber land and the narrow val , , .. , al leys of the streams, near v all of wlii. li j i * " la,,J t,r St0tk Graæ , tea uudant them canyons, and here steck tat and Jo «.»raze all winter and gcti erally come out fat and sleek ic tlie spring. Now under the jresent reservation regu lations not to exceed 2-1.« Me> acre* of this l whole reservation is utilized hy the _rr- utid | a , ] ( , in the Ni est. Her' in this réservât!. h Indians, except that in a few case» .«oui I of their stock may stray off their ran" f or ;l ^h' rt lime in summer and gray. i-,i» n oth r p rti • n* than tic ir herding i T'.und. If tin sjv, ra'.ty «y-tcni wir dopt ed, th • Indians would -■«fitter the ir j lain« tu 1 T' and cultivât-' and lord lv r I live 0. cat h male adult In liaa ! at ns and th y all would own , j and c< ritt • ! 1 11,00(1 acres and this would 1 cinhrae : m r than "in head t i c. i ry , faniily in the nation and much more than I ht-'V ni l ad nth:*" th" ext- nt that whit- p r-ns utilize tin ir land« anywhere j would tln n be left 012,000 acres not) Utilized. What should he- done with thL- j land? Shall it lie dormant for a<_'es. | while so many thousands of white farmers would he u-lad to occupy it and put tin ir labor ujsu it and cause it to produce its millions of bushels of wheat annually to (tirieh the country and fcdl the [Kopula tion of the Unio-d States and Europe und ehitia. Shall this p-s. nation system con tinue, and this land lie dormant, or shall the severalty system he adopted for the Indian, and he take a part of thi- land ■ a, "l utilize it. and the remainder be dealt out to the whites in some form so that th y may cultivate it and cause it to pro duce according to its capacity and that j of the whites who settle upon the same? ! It is not huntin'..' ground for the Indian I because there i- no game upon it save a I t few rabbits and birds. It is mostly land now hearing grass which grows and willi ers each year without mol- station hy any one. Fifth—The position which this reser vation occupies iu relation to other good lands outside and to timber t liât is east of it which is required for use in the pri vate lauds west of the reservation, is such that thoroughfares, such as wagon roads and railroads, become necessary across this reservation, a distance of HI) miles, in order I» meet the timber and lumber demand west of the reserve, and yet these Indians will not grant the right of way for a railroad across it, even a survey to he made for the road, unless the Govern ment will permit the Indians to take their lands in severally, then they want the rail road, aii-1 the departments of the Govern meti will not permit such a survey to he made against the consent ot the Indians and «ay that we must have Congressional action upon the question before the sur vey can he made. The railroad is -great ly needed both for the benefit and the prosperity of the Indian and white men as farmers. Hut as matters now stand, we can have no railroad till the Indians can have their lands in severalty. How long must the industry of American set j tier« here in North Idaho he throttled ! and brought to naught hy the present I status of things iu regard to this reserva tion? MV have more to say in future. ( of FROM THE MINES. Emile City, Shoshone Co., Nov. 15, 188IJ. Eu. Teller:—T he times here are as good as usual. There is but little inin iiig done here at present. A few are doing well and getting fair pay. One person, a friend of mine, told me that he was av eraging from per day (18 to $20 per man and that one day he t-vk out 875 with three men, McCuUiber is the name of the fortunate man that owns the claim, lie panned out a nugget last week that weighed to the value of 8Id. There is ' quite a rush up the creek to-day, up a fido Kuleh and l lX , uU , their claims by the acre. The boys in the Widow's claim are tearing up the bi«l rock to got the gold that is iu it. Prospecting is going forward quite lively notwithstanding the snow, rain and cold; miners are gathering supplies and building houses for the win ter rapidly. There is not much gold dust yet in general circulation. Hut packers are bringing iu giants very fast, and if all get ill that are now on the way there is a fair prospect that tliey will he ample to supply 300 men during the winter, and till trains can at rive in the spring. There is a large quantity of flour, Won, pota toes and onions coming iuto camp. The prospect for a city here is good. Build ing is going on rapidly with logs. Town lots are selling, each 10x125 feet, at (25 The bar at the junction of Eagle and ; ,. riu . üard mvks . |, ¥lks Kte ^ ua . ; tur c „ f her ,-Iaus and cal, ulati-,ns. Eagle j mvk froUl tll0 Vi;lr L< tho uriirinal . lilu Pritchard crock extend* on down to the Uür th fork of the Cumr d'Alene river and j ,hee to the lake whence issue the S,H.kan * river , UJ , )f> ilt , iuto the Columbia, Ihieh exteu-is to the ocean. Many of the ,ms | ,, ut) aro in of ' rtI J and some of them have been quite sue j c-^ful judging fn.m the samples of ore tlu . y have ,, llt into ' K agle City : has threv saloons in full blas«, uud thni* ,tores that are doing a paying businem -ri , , rhe gam.-s running m these saloons even ;.. . i i , . , , mgs would cause one to think that nionev i „ , „ . . . was plenty. But much of it is brought , here from the outside. If the camp prove ^ generally when claims arc opened next t-ea>-.n, tin- will be a live city and no mistake, and the dav? of the eixti - will dawn attain f--r a while at hr- : and l the* place will e :lij - ■ all raih ,nd t *ii< and cities in the race for wealth develop the Territory, that this wi to 1«; .'•hoshone c ur.ty as a cipli e me out fltt-h in pulati n and MAIlliiLD i and tek • 1. r ti - . f Id 1. ■. j capital to <!.;» h.tvt Ion» h : ! arc in _n at n , h>-r- and th I 1 with the [ r -p , that we-1. u.d hav. I g -I Uncle 8am ca we r-.ju.-et ih.it . ur j urge the | mvi-i n at Oir till th j - | j ! I I r hut thcr Id r with th ■ lie aid of 1 ■ r res- or.-es ■ ai.-d from vit regular mail f r of ci ii h. ; r n. xt - a--n. I th in - arly ■oi [ r v i. 1. - th I». l. gat in U -Ii" ' an 1 k matt r is fully I. ; Y-.or* truli a li-l Dich V. c id :n arnl \l.l IU MIN' * the bride» p..ret. 11. I •>«.. hy Ki ll.tui Mur:, v t-j I Mf LLKK In rhi- c n v wife of Ja bn A. Miller, MOtNf K—Near thi* < i the hi f*i of.I* .'*'tiu r h M- v 1 : 18KT, to tUugh'er. wa r . wmrm m * mie ; KU TO IMV. SU MMO NS TERRITORY OF null ) } Pi, County of Idsbo. ) In the I'istri-'t Court for the territory of Ifinho 1ft Judicial L»i.-*triot t in and for I t *h• » C-j. A. ii* Gordon, j-iau.îtrl. vu Amanda t»ord.n dt tendant. To Aiuaurta Ciordou« In the name of the peojde of the Unite'! ."tat» 1 !« in the territory uf Idaho: Vo» aie hereby notified that there i- u >w - r file in the tit the clerk of th« dixfri 't c urt of the lut Judicial district of .-at 1 territory in Idaho coun ty, the complaint of the »Dove natue i p; mititf, I he km id action is brought to «Ltaiu n decree, dissolving the bonds of matrimony between the plaintif! and détendant, on the grounds <>f will ful d«eertion. Aral jin are also notified that unies» yeu np| ear and answer to said com plaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within I-.aho county, and within 20 days, if served out of said county but within .-aid Judicial -littrict. and within forty day? if •«rved -.nt of 9.>id district 'exclusive oi' the day of.- nice,) the plaintitr will apply tj the court for the relief demande i. <J1\ EN under my hand and the seal of the dutrirt court, of the 1st judicial district [l.» 1 of Idaho territory, in und for Idaho couuty this 14th dav of November, A. b 1*33. H. tSQUIËK. Ily J, It. Chamberlin, Clerk. J II Forney, Deputy Clerk. att'y for plaintiff. 7 7,w N' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICK AT Wa'la Walla, W. T., Nor, 13 1883 JOTIUK IS HKliLLY t.IVKN THAT _ the following named settler has tiled notice of liis intention t-> make final proof in Support t'-f Ins claim, and that said proof will be made before C. »». Aufitio, Notary pub lic at I'aiah.i t'iîy W, T. «>u Jan. 2 I*-HI. viz : Peter 0 NNe.-tlin, l»S 4002, lor thy lots 1 2 3 and 4 rec 31 tp IU d r 4 r > e. He names the It» L'wiuff witnesses t* prose his continuous resilience upon and cultivation of siid Und viz: ( has. tiilfillin, Samuel McLellan, Samuol S Nulph aud J, F, Davidson of Eake P. O. Joseph Jonuu.saEN, 7-tH Register. NOTICc FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. 8 K ROBBINS, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T., Nov. 14 1883. To John McCoy and whom it may concern VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1^1 fo!l> wing named settler has filed his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made at tnis office on Januar? .S |KR|, viz: S imucl : R. Robbins, for the ne' 4 sw l 4 ? -y * 4 ne' 4 uni ! sr^ see tp 38 u r 2 w. He names the I •Mowing witne?«es to prove his continuous res idence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: R 1* Drury, I. Day, U. II. Nichols and J. 0.~ berne of Moscow, I. T. J M HOWB T'fit Register. of j NOTICE FOR HCMESTHAO PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lvttiütun IT, Nov. 2i 1883 W r Dll I.I NO II AM, OTICE I< H KERRY G I \ EN TH AT TH r! 1 » following Manic i hoUler bat* file ! «oti m of bia int»-uti'n to make fiual proof in ml* port •f hm claim, and that »uid proof will« UiÄ i ft at this office on Df 2N. ISS.J, |o a. in . yiz: IY U liant t Dll inohatu, h- uie 312 f *r the «. S .-e'4 fw'i »w-4 . see 3 and uw l i nw l 4 ?,*c 1() tp • '*, ti r 5 w. lie iiitine.- the lollowing wita«**?* to prove his c ntinuou? rtsidenco upon an-1 cultivation uf sat-i laud vu: J i In-!«, H. J. Lestee, D Healey K. Hudgins of (ienv.see I T J. M. IlOW'E, 7-6t Regu-ter. NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT LrwUtun. I. T. Ncv, 21 1883. W D WAR DWELL. ______ ___ his intention to mako final proof in support ,-t hi oUiin, and .hat .aid proof will he made at ' thi« off,,. on iteo. 28 ISST, 1 p. m., viz: Wui : D. Ward well 1'S 1(17. I„r tl,e >e '» sac L'l tp 3j ' - 11. names the following witnesses to N 'OTICE Is HEREBY G!\ EN TH ITTiiK following named settler has filed notice ol ! pr-'ce his contint, >us re«ideuce upon and euiti vation of said land, viz: D McRae, J \V Mc Cormick, T Newell of Lewiston 1 T, J. M. IIOWE, _ Register. 7-tit J. K. VINCENT. A. II. STIFFEL. LEWISTON RESTAURANT, 3d st. between "C" and --D" streets. VINCENT 4 STIFFEL, Proprietors MEALS - - - 25CTS. This house is supplied with tho twst the market i affords, Lunches during the -lay and even- * ing. ; I Apart troin the main dining room are privat, rooms for ladies and families to dine. Special : attention gi.cn to lestiv.l and hail suppers. *Vo /.lyutT SoiJ in iht Uoutt ' T.47.tf i WK ARK ALSO KECEIVIXO FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS, Direct From Baltimore OT.D FOLICS' c EU ! A I T!!'*ü$0;VK::î. BOV. 23TH. '»in?If *)} Prof. lîo .'8îr!as Eand. ! t J-Psi 1 Me M A Krl'er, N II Iteib: k njtte«- : j a * » i.Ci.îîee: PM. T*» 1 . J Conalv, iwell A V t ' • ^ ! rd îhtr. J Kearner, L B B T C llatfslaugh, E Lair i. i Geo lila-« R I. Yartiw W I) W a ; •: K TL.-*. L w TICKE IS 'in?la Png -ur-j A general invi'ai •• NOTICi; i on IM 'BLR'ATIf )N. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. * r . U*t. 17 l*s.L NOT DE if hereby -iven that the filitwxi tier ha» filed notice «f I atentioi t - make final prvor in snpp >rt - f hi? claim an that »aid pn.-.f wd! I e made before J-dm W Hauch. À P. at P n.er« ry W T . • n Ny. ' ls-;s. ?iz. Jame- H .1 hn- n DS l >i'i f»r th' »» 1 * . -•« St tp II a f 46 « Ile n:ni;t- the foi witne-*«.- t<- jr re hi c • n t i ti u * • g - r e - i Ir t- up»<n ar. i cult va'ii-n - .-M i i I o n d y . 4t tu l.eed, Jus Foster, 44 u Uritchfieid of Lewi-i-.n I. T. JOsJUHÜENSON. 3 H exister. rires ros pre-em-ton psîûf. J L O -ODMGUT. LAND OF PI CK AT Lew : -I.in. .. T . "et gl. ]s>«. r OTICE I- HEREBY liIVKX THAT THE i n! folI>.w.ng-naim ) j*c'ttier ha- file«, c of hi.« intention to make final proof n ropp* rt of hi« claim and «hat -a.iTr- t Wil be made at thi- office on Dec. 11 18kî, viz: .1 . | Goodnight. ( or thn u A ne *4 and e '4 »» '4 !*<*c *.» tp. 3f> n r 5 *. He n .me* the ft.Uowinz witne -eu to prove hi t- tnünuou.- rw ieK«?e u - on anJ cuitivati- n •> (i*l .... .V. i ; n i l . i said land, v J. Ii jghlin, J K 1« k i: *pingue ail uf Lewi?t«jn. I Lukin uud M. 11. HOWE. Register. NOTICE FOR PRE KMPTION PROOF. F W KETTENBACH LAND OFFICE AT Lewi.-ton I. T. Oct. 21 1883. NOTICE i? her* l»v ^iien that the fallowing named set tler has filed notice of his intention t't make inn! pr«*»f in support of his claim mid that .-.ii-1 proof will »>e ina.le at this office on Dec. 14 1883, vi/.: Frank IV Kettenbach I 8. l'd kM for the se't se ' 4 sec 1 \ sw' t swf sec 13, n h nw -4 sec 21 tp d4 n r f> w. He »aines t e f-dluwinx witnesse» t*> prove his continu us res ideme upon and cultivation of said land, vi*: A Trimble, D Koucb, J W Knifuig und C E Montcith. of Lewiston, J. T. J. M. HOW E. _ " Register. NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTI0X PROOF : «f ! J 8 E LANDES* LAND OFFICE AT LewDtan I.T. Oct. 24 1883. To Wm Terry and to wli -m it may concern. NOTICE is l.crel v given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention t** make final proof ;u support of her claim, and that said proof mill l>« made at this office-m Dec. 10 1883. 10 a. m. viz. Mrs. Sarah E j La: des DS IW.1 f-r the sw l .i sec 33 tp 30 n r 2 w. She names the following witnesses t•> prove her'eontinuous residence uf>.*n, and cultivation id land, viz- B A Landes. A T Smith, Harris«»» and F lv Harrison of Julietta P O, I. T. J M IIOWE, Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. C. M. 8iip)K*rt of bi* claim * WO L FARD. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I T., Nov. C». 18.83. 'VTOTTCKIS HKULIiY LIVEN THAT x LtlL»\v;i:g .named settler has filed notice of ln« intention to make final proof in * claim ami that aai«l pr<»of w ill he made at Lewiaton, I. T., on Dec. IS, 1883 10 a.m., viz: ^ Clinton M. Wolfanl for the hw } sec 1» se| soj sec 1-S ami n h i,e.} sec ID tp 3« n r 2 w. He nan.es the following witnesses to prove hia continuous residence iii*on ami cultivation of »aid land, vi/. : (i McCoy. W. R. Rickett», A. J. IVttet, of Julietta, I. T., ami C'. B Stewart, of Colton, W. T. J. M. HOW E. »»■fit Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T., Oct 31, 18S3. M SIMPSON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIP.-: füllt, wing named settler has filed m tice c, f his inlcntiuu to make fina! pr»„*f in support of rUim, aud that .»ot proot wi.l i e made «I ,hi ' " E '' c -'n I-c. l'.t i S« 10 a u. v : «-t-P" u. for the rw >w , w -, nwf ne a nw] ' "* »l> oA «ri». lie names the Rowing "'tt'"»''«* t" ( rove his continuous residence up" and cultivation of said land i iz. M Wil liums. J Ris.ee, b J Cooperand W McWii.iauis ail of Lewistun I. T. J. M. HOWE, A,(it Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. A W TALKINGTON. land office at Lewiston I. T. No» M 1883. N 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT -he following named settler has file I n.tite of his intention to make final proof in support orhis claim, and that said proof will be aiad. before B F. Mortis, deputy dist clerk, 1st Ju "icial dist. I. T. at Mt Idaho, I T n «atur -lag Dnr g], 1SS3. vis: Altert W Talking..,n, for the s*, ne l a sec-J and w nw 1 , see ill tp 31 n r 1 e. He names the following witnesses tu prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation of Said land, viz: W Kniginen, A. Hovcp and E Cuiierj ef Cottonwood I. T J M H0W|. *' _ Reri.t.r. NOTICE FOR l'l BLICATION. LAND OFCICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Nuv. 3 1 883. NOTICE is hrrrbj givrn th.t th. following n.mej settler has iilel notice of his intention to make fin. I p oof in support of hu claim, and that said proof will te made tefore C T Stile«, Notary Public, at Pat.ha City W T. on Dec. Id ÎSNÎ, vii: M'm W Warfi.id D8 No. 4.:7'i f..r the nw] itr 8 tp 10 n r 4Ö e. 11. names'th. folluwiug witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz 11 C Benbow, and t hus. Cosh of 1'aisha City' Rtoocr of R.ols and A Remolds of Sil colt ' JOS. JORUKNUEK, * Kegister. T TALK! ! Ali hiv customers whose accounts are now due are re •pectfully reminded that I must have immediate settlement. It takes money to buy goods ! It takes money to pay freight bills! It takes money to keep the machine a going. , IS THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR. ! I ConseqnenlSy It you have been accommodated and waited on, patientiy b like unto tlie good (,'amaritaii, PAY BP PROMPTLY And fully. Cash, \\ heat and Oats taken in payment of ac counts and in exchange for goods. EXTRA AglNTI-T OTT IDT CEMENT. By giving cu-tumt'r« th*.- direct benefit in selling all our various lines at bottom fidUivs. We have no old accumulated st-x-k of S[ ring and Summer goods t-i work off. Our I«>w Price.« worked off that «tuck 1- n.' ago and has enabled us to irood chape fur tlie prepare in FALL M® fllim Our stock is complete and consists of a full line of EVERYTHING a*> ANYTHING You are compelled to use for food and raiment and keep off the chilly and bleak winds of winter; to build up the constitu tion and make, morally, physically and financially, better men women and children. etc Highest Market Price Paid for Produce of AH Klnds.-isa ISAAC COOPER, Ttf FARMINùTON.W.T. [ j : i a \ Ll REKA. — w es et »- v . H- W. LITTLE & t'©. I Proprietors and Manufacturers of | EUREKA SPECIFIC I infallible eure for COUGlIS % COLDFM II OAh SX£ SS, and lira r ci la ! fi Affte dont. Price, per bottle , 1 o0 etc. Try it. ^ [Main street. p]a"t of Raymond IIoosoJ LKWTSTONe T. T. | MIAMI SIFESISfi ■ ; ; .AT, J. ALEXANDER'S. THE OLD STAND, ITavi ing rebuilt a new and commodious store, I am now pre pared to show one of the largest and best assortment of FALL - - WINTER GOODS Ever opened in this city. My large stock of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, GENTS' -FXTEtlsriSIKX^ra- GOODS, CLOTHING ETC., Has been selected with great care and will he sold at prices that defy competition. 3tf J* ALEXANDER. PIONEER BOOK BINDERY. B;ank Eock Manufactory, ri,,e '* »wo« - - w lllA WlLLl T'-i* L- pelar erfahli.hmetit j. ' ' *• . ..... a _ o. , " "KJ« in r«, r *«" ®»ehiti.ry, i, rkf r».l fn pi. ; t with the t. , l: äw ! T I. US. hTAl.K BOOKS, in f, ct . I -l.-n !.. a rp.-p.jii book, ru> 1. „*"»« I'crol ur.j boun.l, at teaponabie prie „ .hott M«. »P vealwnr. ha..« um ^ Ut[ w " r '* I-ln^' Mi,biiES - Giltlu, '-"»P-« rk ton. this esubli.ki.tnt u ; --r saa I ranci.eo, „ " _ i pst.sf.euna d.,a, „ M 1 •"« »I n-.-m.ee«. Addre«« »HorJsrsu " lit' RlVl.bv ■ r ri: -I r.'Lro.. -------- .... 1 I'.'.M.hK ROOK Bl.NDRy. 'Vu!!» Walla. W. J. l.'JTICE FOR PUBLICATION. CHARLES SOLE. LAND OFFICE AT vn-rmP* T W - L 0 *» 1 * >88». heresy ,•!»« that tb. f.H,,;,» imn.( sc". er has filed notice of hi, iot.atij n7' ki" k c; ' '"! n r r B ,,,| »ij 1 .1 c.*! iix. II. r on lue. 110, li*K<i, at 1 u A M Chart«. Salt, »bo filed Ds BMi« f,,' , k ; JÏ* ,iw 't R. II, ,,, ' * ni ,' "''in"- the lullü«it. K wi",,,,,, l' r "V h.s ct.nlimiuus residence unun «n.J -„i.T. i«.| n"! «ai , Und. Vi.: Henry A «keel,, J. i , r '"' ,e r "' Hand und James Förlingen mil o. I i.i u'owii I* O Whitman county, W J J. M. ARJI«TRoS(l.' - KegiiUr. NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION, FRANK E SKEELS LAND OFFICE AT Spi.kane Full«. W. T. Oct I, O.i N 'OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH* f-11-.wiOB nune-I settler bas eie.i nolie» [ ol las 11 1 ten11" n I , make final proof in lunnort of bit eltiirn. an l that said proof will b, œ , d , lief":e the clerk of the Diet. Court for Wbitmaa j c untv. a* CoIImï \\ . T.,on Noeeaibergg 1813 : at lu A. M. vii: Frank E «keels, who m»4» i I- 1 sppliya.ion No. 8711 for the «c pj t , i'J n r kie w. m. He names the followinr « i'ne-«c« ", prove his continuous rusidtact ip "I, and cultivalion of said land, eil: «berma» ««auk, Joï,t. M arlelt, N. Schöffen and Alei* Coyl, all of l' monta w u 1- " Whitman c-, W T J. SI. ARMSTRONG, * Ut KegisUr. NÛTICfc FOR HOMESTEAD PROCF, 11 HARMON. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T.. Oct 17, 1*83, N -OTITE I« HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH1 -' llowinp named seitler lias filed noticnaf his intention t" make final proof in supportai h:s claim, and that said proof wiil be e-alt lo-tore B. E. Morris dept Hist, clerk 1st Judi cial (list. I. T. at Mt. Idaho, on Nov. 1M 1883, '« a. in . viz: Ilenrv llarmin. h>- heirs, hom» 4i8 for the ne'p sic Ji tp 30 n r 2«. he niBtn the following witnesses to prove his contisn - us residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: D. Miller, J. Ecoles, G. R. Aakinsoa, and M. Bi tten, of Orangeville I. T. J. M. HOWE. 2 lit Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. M. H. RICE. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston. I. T-, Oct. 17. 1883. VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THI ll following named .«eitler ha.« filed notie» »f his intention t • make final proof in support *f hi- claim and that fai l proof will be made be fore B. F. Morris deputy «list. clerk 1st Ju dicial dist. at Mt. Idaho on Nov. 24 1883, 11 o'clock a. in., viz: Mo«ea II hice, homestead No.-tor the sw sec. 4 tp 30 n r 3 e. He names the following witnetses to prove his cei tiuuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: L. I*. Brown, J. McPherson. J. 11. Crooks and J. M. Dorman all of Mt. Idaha I. T. J. M. HOWE. 2 Ct Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. A. B MAXWELL. Land Office at Lewistun, I. T., 7 Oct 31, 1883. ) lyrOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFN THAT X 1 the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof ia support of his claim, and that said proof wil, be made at this office, on December 18, 18831 viz: Andrew B. Maxwell, homestead, No, 1 037, for the nj swj aud wj nwj sec 11 tp 37 n r 5 w. He names the following wit nt sses to prove his continuous residence ujaoii and cultivation of saiil land, viz: G. Bull winktl. J Deacon, A. Ferine, J. Fitzgerald „11 U_______ T n' 9 all of Geaesve, I T. 4-0t J. M HOWE, Register, NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF, J. D. MARTIN. Land Office at Lewiston, 1. T., ) Oct. 31, 1883. ( ]VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the follow ing named settler has filvd notice of his intention to make final proof in '(support of his claim and that said proof ■ "ill be made at this office, on December 18, KSs3, viz: Joel D. Martin, homestead No. ; 216, f" r the wj ne| and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 ; sve 32 tp 35 n r 4 e He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dm ce ujuuj and cultivation of said land, vie: Il K. Fountain, G. A Frost, J. Denney, N. W . Breailey ull of Lew iston, 1 T. J. M. HOWE, 4 6t Register. GEO. IT. LAKE, WATCHMAKER and JEWELER TT r \ i'-vA Vii 5 < r? » ^ Baltic,:l\r attention ].aiu to Repairii Fine Watchea. Engraving neatly executed All work Warrauted to girt Satiate tlou. 7-7-tf La-wiaton, Idah*.