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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
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CITY ANC COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
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The TELLER ha» the largest circulation cj
any paper tn A'artli hlaho. |
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THrRSPA\....................Dt.('. l.t, 1683.
rAtSB _CHAROES. j
The letter we publish to-day purport J
ing to hate hern written hy James s ;
and all the Nez Perce In adman and sent
to the ConiniifaioDcr of Indian affairs
relative to the Idaho, Clearwater and
Montana Transportation Company, and
Agent Montoith's action in relation to
tho Nez Perces granting permission to j
make a survey through the reservation,
is a tissue of fais- hoods and misreprew il
lations. In the first place James Moses
neither wrote the letter, nor dictated its
language. In the second place u-> etc
•f the Nez Perce headmen wrote tier
dictated the language of the letter. The
la dun Inspector has emue from Wash
ington and investigated the facts, and
found that the author's true name is n. t
attached to the letter. June s Moses di
mes writing the letter, but said that lie
know of its being written and s. nt, and
at first said he did not remember who
Wrote it, about six hours afterwards he
said Jim. larwry (an Indian > wrote it.
When asked where it wns written.
answer was, at the garri-i n. Win n asked
what headmen wire there. The answer
Was many, but not one headman could
be remembered. Wlu u uskid at what
house it was written. The answer was at
the telegraph office. When asked if the
gathering was in a room or out of doors.
The answer was, out of doors. Hut no !
admission was made that any white man I
bad any hand in framing the h tier, j
When the fact is known that neither
James Moses nor Jim. Lowry can read
or write, much less frame stteli a letter,
tho fraud of the whole thing heeumea up.
parent, and the endorsement of Generali«'"
Wheaton nt Vancouver shows that ho
was imposed upon and that he ignorantly
impoacd upion the Couiniiisioiier in for-1
warding it to him ns genuine. No Indian
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acknowledges to its authenticity, or that |
bo knew that such a letter had been j
(ent till long after it had gone, save James j
Moses aud one other Indian. Again at !
gone, save James j
mlian. Again at !
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tho eouaeil on tho 5th of April never was :
there such 11 reason assigned hy one sin
glc or any body of Indians why the re
quest of the railroad company should not
be grauted, as this letter says there was.
Nor was there in a single instance the
question asked hy any Indian or white
man regarding the ability of the company
to cause the surrey and tho building ol
tho road, llad there been the answer
would have been promptly given, that
permit us the right of way, we will cause
the road to he built with a rap.idity equal
to utlier roads of the same magnitude.
The names of tho incc rporators embraced
old tried men of many years good finan
cial standing in this section of country,
and well known to every person even to
most of the Indians themselve.-wis men
•f capital sufficient to construct the road
across tho resurvation themselves with
auch aid as their financial stauding, energy
and influence could command, although
they were uot practically railroad men.
Such men as John Brcarley, the banker,
L. P. Brown, John M. Crooks, B. F.
Morris, Win. Pearson, Martin Mauli,
Joseph Alexander, II. Squier, A. Mc
Gregor, W. F. Kettenhach, C. C. liun
sell, C. A. Thatcher, Alonzo Leland,
Jasper Hand and others to the number
of ievfuteeu. Among all of whom wits
concentrated more eapiital than Leland
Standford and his crowd pmssesaeil when
they first projected the Central Pacific
railroad, aud uo Indian or whitemau who j
know these mon would dare say ought !
agaiuV tho integrity, honor or want of ;
energy in this body of men to carry for
ward this work to compiletioii with the
•id they could command, if allowed to
make sufficient surveys to demonstrate
the practihility of the route contemplated.
The man who wrote that letter and in
duced that Indian to sign it to the Corn
■isaioner, knew that he induced him to
eign a deliberate falsehood. Again he !
knew that lie wrote a falsehood when he
wrotc that they only asked the light :o
make the survey for purposes of sale and
•peculation, without even intending to !
cause the road to be built. He knew he '
wrote a lie when he charged C. K. Mon [
teith as having said, at the said council. ;
that he would put the survey through ;
whether the Indians were willing or not !
All he did intimate, which can bo proven
by eight or nine as good citizens as Nez
1 erce county aflurds, who went present at
said council and heard all that was said
to the lndiaus on that occasion and by |
the interpreter who interpreted the lan- j
guage to the Indians, was that the Com- j
niusioncr and Neeretary of the Interior ■
de«dcd that ike treaty with the Nez !
1 erces authoracd the railroad, and that j
the power rested with the Department of
the Interior to permit the building of the
roatf, whether the Indians were willing
or no», but that to be courtioos towards
them and maintain friendly relation* with i
them, tliry ext.-mlcO tu th in tli - p rmli u.
to {rive their consent and that he thought !
they would he violating tli -ir treaty hy 1
that consent, au 1 that whatever'
th*' y h;ul to hay in the mutter, together !
| with their Vote, he should faithfully re '
! port to the ( ViiinJ.-t-iiiii-r at TYiL-hitipton |
'f|, e writer of that letter was not an In ;
dian and whoever lie may have lieen he j
j , llul a r , ur p to defeat a comj any of |
J w.-rtl.y < itiz us from ] r. jettin.r a j urj .sc 1
[whieh Would le of a'r. at utility to hnth !
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as to giatliy I
Mr. Charh
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ljisAoad through the
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and Indians, as well
some cowardly spite toward;
Monteith. It might have
plant Monteith to give place to some
other, or to change the agency int > the
hands of the military. and also to lind the
p].ortunity to aid the inti rests of s me
it le r railroad. The whole thing w..-a
dastardly, and cowardly act to he drspisid
by all honorable nu n, and we do not won
di r that he should seek to hide his iden
tity, 1,v itidueiug an Indian who can
neither read n r write to In route the (b.il
father of the ep istle.
The following is the letter;
Latwai Aukncv. I. T . )
April 14, les:*» I
To the Honorable, the Coirmu'sianrr
of Jnhan A tlilirf, Wd'hinatuii, :
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Silt:—At a council held with the Nez
Perec Indians on the 5th in.-t., the ques
tion came up of a right of way for a rail
ervation. A vote
ii 7-1 against grant
ing the right and .TO for it. T he oj p n
sition was on tlie ground that the purtks
seeking the right were only trying to pro
cure it Ibr speculative purposes. They
have tm means or ability to build a road.
We would not object to entering into an
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! agreement with proper parties for tin
I right of way Ibr a railroad, that is, with
j persons who have the capital and capacity
ruilr
to build a rond. Hut we do ubj
granting the right of way to irresponsible
jiersons who would use it only for the
purjiose of tmiking money, by
oiling
toother parti.-s. Wo believe that
Chan. K. Monteith, the piresent agent, is
interested in p.rocuring the right ol way
for sjieeulativo pmrp o»is. Mr. Monteith, j
the p.rcs. nt agent, is much dissatisfied to •
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| an opposition to granting a right ol "uy (
j and threatens us with im].risotimontaiidij
j to rep resent to the Government (hat th • |
! Indians have granted the right of way to .
j to rep resent to the Government that th j
! ludians have granted the right of way to
! h 1
: 'ho parties mentioned
above; hut the
[arty are as we have stated them. \' c
are all much dissatisfied with Charles
Monteith as our agent, lie takes no in
terest in our affairs; everything is allowed
to go to ruin; we are out of flour, because
the mills are nil out of repair upion the
reservation. lie is always at war with
us and looking more to his own piersoiial
interests than to ours, and we recommend
his removal hy the 1st of July next to
save troublo. If we cannot have a change
of an agent, we would prefer to have »um
than t lie pires- lit one, 01 he put under the
militiary.
In this letter of what we have said, it
is all true, there is no doubt about, so
please answer this letter immediately, let
us know. This is all.
Yours rcspiect fully,
Signed James Moses,
and all the Ncz Perce Headmen.
FIRST ENDORSEMENT.
I still have u decpi interest in whatever
IIeadii'trs Kept. Coi.lmuia, |
Vancouver Barracks, May !•,1881!. ]
Uesjieetfully forwarded to the Commis
sioner Indian Affairs, us requested:
Though it is si me four years siuee 1
was personally quite familiar with the
Nez Perce Reservation and its headmen.
concerns the welfare of' this very superior
and intelligent tribe of Indians. I learn
that the impression is general among our
own officers stationed near these Indians
that the discontent referred to in the
w ithin communication, is deep und uni
versai feelings greatly in contrast with
their pironoimerd affection and respect for
the late ag. nt. Warner, who was consid
ered a thoroughly honest and efficient
Indian Agent hy myself and other officers
stationed at Ft. Lapiwai in 1S77-S-P.
Believing it might be offensive to In
terior Department officials of the Indian
Bureau for me to say more on this sub
ject, and that they would prefer making
their own examinations into stub eoin
p' il ls, l forward this paper instead of
referring it to the com ma tiding officer at
Ft. Lspiwai, for the investigation aud in
qttiry it would he easy for him to make,
I am perfectly well aware, that as Com
mander of this military department. I
have no official control whatever over the
Nez Perces, er any other reservation In
dians within its extensive limits, but hav
ing served on this coast almost eontinu
ously since lSli'J, and for five \ ears before
the Rebellion, I have necessarily become
mute ar less familiar with many of the
Pacific Coast prominent trilnss and their
headmen. 1 know the reservation Nor.
Perces to have imp roved rap idly since
the late Agent Warner first came to them
in 187'J, and with others. O. for the
Indian's sake, regretted his departure'
Fran k Wheaton,
Col. 7d Infantry,
l*vt. Maj.-General C. S. A.,
' Commanding.
EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE
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Kki'abia. Dec.
Teller:—W ent on hoar,
at L-'vi-t n at 1 1 pm. on y.
! ■* K'«sl sleep. Tli.- boat made
la little after 5 this la ming. To.1. ml
! I'Onrd uIm-u' no tons of grain at Alpuwai ;
; and sufRei' tit at Alnn la to male up 1 00 j
! ton.-. Met the Alnn-ta, Caj.t. li:m_lt
! man. about hall way h.tw en liiparia and
! Aluiota Airived h r- al».ut half j »st
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muta had all
igrain that
! able fr an
j now hi ing
I .-toruis hav
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bouts eali t.
'et i t.-liL.ln
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! and full
the Pal
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Almotu
I b an d
X posed
long at the dilb r, nt
one up two month- ;
1 end that the ( bit; s and Al
lv I b an d of] lm.st of the !
w at her
w In ti We
the w.,r, h hi- -. 1 bit little i.
luulcd to the river since the
commenced and probably
hauled any faster than the
e ii aval. Tli war, hnusi s
mil h. i reels -K h w mm h
learn The wat, r i- v. ry low,
ads eaiiliot hi tab n. b , lu 1 .
.: Junction and Colfax read
has eommi no d taking freight, n arly all
up-freights for Colfax. Palou-e L ily and
even Mom oiv take- that railroad and the
greater |, r'.ioii of the down freight goes
This makes Wa-Wa-Wa,
P.na Wa-Wa dull in the
freighting bll-illi ss. e. luj i. 1'1 d with two
months ago. Aluiota ha-ship pad about
7.500 t n- of giaiti this season, and there
is about 500 t list more there to ship,
bine, the first of October the Cates alone
has taken away "17 tons from Assotin,
•4117 Ir ni le ni.-ti.n, 717 from Alpowa,
50 from St. p, toe. 7 ;; fr, m Skeels, T7 from
Shelton... 10 from |ibho|,s, ti5 from
Truax, loll from Ivelb y V, TI from Wa
Wa-Wa, 7'.'5 from Alumta, (lot from
Ilia, Ils from Central ferry. 1 TO from
New York I far. The (jutes' account
from August '-tli. the first shipment of
this y, ar, to ( let oh. r lir.-t. is not , 11 hoard
tile boat and h nee ! cannot give it. What
I have given foots up T.u lT tons shippied
on th- Cates since the first of October.
Tin 1 ni - r kindly gave me these figures,
up to l*ee,mb r Ulli. On arriving lure
of r t'l!.. ' shlptmuts'of^wlieit
h j m . L , p lt . : , t p ,\ u .,um, , n both the
Cates and Aluiota. whieh loots up, 7,5(15',
bais up, to the p resent, showing that the
' ,iW ,mul ' t,lau
In- liâtes, as m several instances she lias
() lilN „• |, r .|„.it di-tanee- lie
( | 1 .,j lli ;;[ l i| 1 me'ntsofwheut,tliefnllow
mg down (eight has been .-hipped to-wit;
*77 1 tons ol Hour, T -s tons ol flax seed,
1 tons of Wool 1 !
ing d.u
1771 tons or Hour, .s - s tous 01 tlax seetl, J
Lvsi tons Of wool v llf tons of hides, two
tons l.iaei n, IT tons hay and three tous
of timothy s cd. making in nil shipme nts;
s,t;;,.f tons since August bill. It is im
ibl« t « » j ml let what more may be
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shippml llii.i fall. If tli • winter remains
open so that they can continue to run,
there will be much in-.re shippied, unless
the water becomes still lower. But it is
very d. initial if the boats can run later
than Christinas, in which ease not mute
than 7,(Mill tons more can be shippied
before the high water of the spiring. The
estimates are various as to the quant it v
seeking shipment. Caj.t. Stump thinks
they have already taken away one-third
of the product that will he for shipment.
Others think uot. The Colfax road has
given much relief to the crowded river
tr.uisjiortation. I see hy the Oregonian
that Si untor Slater has introduced a kill
in the Si nati- declaring the land grant
of (he Northern Pucitie Compauv forfeit
ed between W'ullulu and Portland. L.
MARRIED.
H1CI-.— ItOl.ANlJ—At Muscuw 1. T tn-c. tifh
I'.v 8. W . Hi-i.Yi-n, Mr. .luho L. Hies to Miss
Hum It Kiilsml, S.ith of Xsi Psmo Co. 1. T.
\ INI ENT— In Tammany
1 Ss : t In the will- i-l J. K.
Ilollow ti«,. 12,
I'liicent, a anr.
NEW Tti-DAV.
MASQUERADE
SHEET I PILLOW C .SE,
Oli liYlIAhKHD BALL.
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At the Grostein& Binnard Hall.
MI'SIC RY PROF. ROSS' BAND.
Committee of Arrangements:
A Henson, J Iturke, K Urostein, T. Wiggins,
C 11 Hu vue, a O Johnson L li Boise
il Squier, Ueu Bennjr.
Committee on Music*
W Bnirtl. (' K Fatinee, P T T.omix,
il 1 batelier 1» > l*«;ut, S. Newell.
Keception eonunittee:
M Arum. Mr Wax. .Tue Puhne. Ce«. Glass.
C Weisgerber, J Hvbinson.
Floor Committee;
l C WatUbuugh, C F UUntI, T N Harrison
F Buird, 1' M Davis, F. Kroutinger
I* Mtunuus, C Bv i?e.
TICKFTS, (inoUitiing supper) * - • (X»
î*l»eetators will be charged öOcts. Indies (roe.
A general invitation is extended.
LADIES' FANCY GOODS.
MRS. W.M. RICK has opened a store nearly
opposite the Fand Office, ou M*iu street, with
a full st.-ck of
Hoise ry,
Gloves,
Corsets,
Embroideries,
. Wosteds. Ele.
The st- ck has been carefully selected. Stamp
ing for ruihr«it!erj ( from a choice selection
uf paterns, just received, direct from N. Y.
embroidering to Order.
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TÏ-IK QrESTION OF THF HOLT.
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All nty customers whose accounts are now due are re
minded that I must have immediate settlement.
It takes money to buy concis!
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It t akes money to pay freight bills!
It lakes money to keep the machine
going.
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If you have been accommodated and waited on patiently, be
like unto the good Samaritan,
And fully.
Cash, Wheat and Oats taken in payment of ac
counts and in exchange for groods.
EXTRA -A.TNTT'J' O XT TNT CEMENT.
Hy giving customers the direct benefit in selling all our various line, at bottom
figures, w-- have no old accumulated stock of Springand Summer goods to work off.
Our Is'w Prices worked off that stock b ng ago and has enabled us to prepare in
good shape for the
Our stock is complete and consists of a full line of
EVERYTHING ANYTHING
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i ou are couipellsd to use tor food and raiment and keep off
the chilly and bleak winds of winter; to build up the constitu
nts; tioti and make, morally, physically and financially, better men
women and children. "
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FARMIN 'o TON, W. T.
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EUREKA
U- \\. IJTTI.E Ä tO.
Proprietors and Manufacturers of
EUREKA SPECIFIC
In infallible eure for CO!'lll/S, CO/.DS ,|
HO A KSXkSS, anil Ilronefnal
Affections. Price . per boule,
bOelt. Try it.
Main street. Fast of Raymond Hou.«e.|
LKWISTON, I. T.
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J- ALEXANDER'S.
the oeid stand,
Having 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 largo stock of
dress goods
GENTS' FURNISHIN G GOODS,
CLOTHING ETC.,
Has been selected with great care and will be sold at prices
that defy competition.
3tf J' ALEXANDER.
TKLIiBR Or I K!,
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niârrER f*U' par ko w 1 r Fl
Stock iw M.vemsrkv
JOB j th am j LKfi AL ; i
W(»RB , OTHER < mhAn%9 j j
---- i IM THE 1 —: j
Hi 1 Head* | T'pph» I Busmea» j |
----CuFNTKY - ' ' Il
L». ...m, u r.c r«r,la
All work done neatly, cheaply and
Promptly.

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b^ock,
ivresses,
Mntci'isd.
SKILLFUL WORKMEN,
TO DO A EL CLA88KH OF
EILL HEALS,
LETTER HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
Notes, Checks, Drafts,
Receipts,
\csîl!y.
Ckpajîîy,
I'poEupHy.
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(lire us a call when in need of
anything in the 1'rinting line.
The best nnJ cheapest JOB PRINTING
the City at the TELLER office.
JOB PRIMTIMC
Xeathj executed
j -A.T THIS OFFICE.
ADVERTISE IN TIIE TELLER.
GEO- Ht. I_i A-H7E,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
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Particular attention paid to Repairin' 1
Fine Watches.
Engraving neatly executed
AH work X> arranted to g-lrc Satistar
Unit.
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H. T. MADGWICK,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
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b ' a Amoiiii« liurdoa
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teiilH- of I he r en p!o of the
tho lorrit. ry ol I.I.ho: Y«. n
lili.il Huit there i, » .w file in(k
nit Cl- nf He clerk Ilf till! ilijtiici c.urt or the
■ tii.ticiiil .li-lret .-I s ii.lterii'iT.vin Iil.hoeo.v
tv tl.ci. mi I lint nt the ..hove mime,I |,|,i, tif
t he r n t Hi-tu.n H hr- l.|rht to ol.t.iin a
•li«i.-t»!vinjr tin* I>. n«lt» « f in itriinuny between tba
{»'itiiitill (iri'l 'Ic.'eit'lanf, on the groumln of will,
ful <b ;M-rtiuii. And vu» are also notified that
unless > ou appear and answer t<. said com.
pUtii t within fenjiavs alter the service hereof,
il served wiihin I .a!i . county. an«l within 2|
days, if st r\ed out of said county but within
saitl Jndivi i! iftrict anti within forty days if
.•er veil u t ofs.it *1 isîr ict (exclusive of the day
-fs rviee. ) the plain! iff will apply tj the court
for the relief demanded.
ti IN KN und. r my lend and the seal of the
di.-triet c >urt, •>! the 1st judicial district
[i- s 1 '»• Idal... territt ry. in and for Idaho
cunty this Nth dav of November. A.
B- l^:i. 11. SQUIER.
By J. B. Chamberlin, Clerk,
J II Eorney, Deputy Clerk.
ait y for plaintiff. 7 5 W
NÜLCE "FOR PUBLICATION. "
LAND OFFICE AT
'V.iMa Walla, \V. T. % Nov, 13 1883,
rOTK E IS HEUEllY GIVEN THAT
the full, wiiio named settler has tiled
uf Ins intention t" make final proof in
11, and that said proof
ii. Austin, Notary pub
I • "ii Jan. '2 188*4, vi » t
U'.'d'i, for * the lots 1 2 3
1 r 4Ü e. lie names the
t • prove nis continuous
r«>.d*nee up 11 and eultiv.ith-n of said land via*.:
• has. tii.tiliin. Munuel MeLellan, Samuel B
Nuiph and J, F. Davids..n nf Lake I*. 0.
Joseph Jokgi:\skn%
7 dît Register.
^t^ToTprt-emption proof,
S R ROBBINS,
RAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, l. T., Nov. 14 1883.
To John McCoy end whom it may concern.
N r OTICE IS JIFF FRY GIVEN THAT THE
fol! win" named settler has filed notice of
bis inter.fi. n to make final proof in support
of his claim and that s-id proof will he made
attnis (»'Toe on January S ISS4. viz: Samuel
R. Robbins, for the ne'v *w '.g sw ne l 4 und
se'i s* edtp :',8 n r Ii w. He names the
f Rowing witnesses t<> prove his continuous rei
idence ut-.-n and cultivation of said land, viit
Nichois and J. 0«
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support of lus
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will he ma ie b. f,
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lie at Pat ah 1 ( i \
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DS
nnJ 4 sec •! 1 tp
1 0 r
to b wing wifi c
■ i es
R 1* Drurv. I. Dav, <«.
borne of Moscow, I. T.
T dît.
J M HOWE
Register.
NOTICE FOR Hl MES1HAD FROOF,
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston I T . Nov. 2! 1883.
W c D r 1 1.1 VIS If \M,
'OYD F I ' HFBEBY GIVEN TTÎATTIÎ*
n f.
db.wing name
1 s< tt'er has file ! notice
of his in
t» nti- n f-- ut *k
*• final proof in support
of his ol;
•im. m l that
sai-l » roof will be u,a<U
h t tliis 1»
ffiee m» I »pc
»8. 1883, 1 1» a. m., rit:
W ii iam
(' I »11 in g bn tn
1. home .312 forthe e^
'4 SW :
4 sw ' v. see 3 t
>n«l nw '4 nw b see 10 tp
37 n r 5
w . He vmme,
■ the following witnesses
to p-ove
his 0 ntinu*
ns residence upon and
C. 1) Ik.ltl
7 fit
Ingle, IL J.
II. llodgins •! Ge« esee I
J. M. I10WE,
Register.
NOTICE FCfl PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
L. wiston. I. T. Nov, 21 1983.
W I) wardwfll.
N "OTICE 1 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE.
following name l settler has filed notice of
hi? in'enti' n t.. make final proof in support of
hi cla' f, i, nn-1 tliat sai l proof will he made at
»hi-» i ffi.fon De«». L'S 1FS3, 1 p. m., viz: Win,
D. Ward well i S 11*47. f • r the se l 4 sec 21 tp .15
o r 1 w. He name the full -wing witnesses ta
pr vp liis c iiiinuous re-idetice upon and culti*
vat on of said land, viz: D McRae, J W 3i+
Cormick, T Newell of Lewiston I* T.
J. M. HOWE,
7 C»t Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
LANDOFCICE AT
Walla Walla U . T. Nov. 3 1S83.
NOTICE is h'-reby given that the following*
name . sett or has filed notice of his in'ention
t maki final p oof in support of bis claim, »nd
that s.iid j rnof wiU he ninde before C T Stilei»
Notary Fubhe, a* Patuha City W T. on Dec. 13
1883.'via: Win W Warfield DS No. 4379. for
ti e 11 wJ see S tp 10 n r 4Ö o. He names tho
following witnesses to prove his eontinuoai
re.-*id* nee uj on an t cultivation ofsaid land v **î
II r B. ithow, and ( has. ('Vvh "f Pataha City,
tie*» Kinner of Peoln and A Reynolds of Sil
icon. JOS. JORGENSEN,
5 Register.
notice for homestead prooi\
C. M. WOLFARD.
LAM) OFFICE AT
Lewiston I. T., Nov 6. 1883.
'V'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAÏ
4. 1 t' 1 *' f«»H'"viiig named settler has fiWî
notice of his intention t»* make final proof >0*
support of his claim and that said proof will
he made at Lewiston, I. T., on Dec. 18» 1883
10 a.m., viz: Clinton M. Vi ol fard for the
mvv } sw j sec 17 se] sec IS and 11} ne] w®
I'd tp 38 11 r 2 w. He nan.es the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon ami eultivation of said land, viz: G*
McCoy, W . R. Ricketts, A. .1. Fettet, of
Julietta, I. T-, and C. B Stewart, of Colt OB, #
W. 1. J. M. HOWE,
o-Ct Register.
PU0V1NU WILL.
In the Pr*<bate Court ftf the coua'^y of
Perce, Idaho territory.
In 1 Le mutter ot the estate of Arne A. W"*
d*cea?ed«
Pi r«unnt to an or«ler of .'aid cour», msd«
the 24th day <»f November, A. D. 1888: notiew
is hereby given that on Monday *h> l"th
of December l*s.'l at 10 o'clock A. M of***®
dny. and ■ t the e*»urt r*»oua of said coart, in the
city of L( wist, n, county of Ne* Feree. b«*
been s» t us the time ami place for proving the
wilt of the said Arne A. Leir, deceased, and fot
hearing the application of Knud Larson. f°*
the issuance to him of letters testimentary.
when and whe»e any person interested
pear and «out, sc the same- WM. W1NÇ»
Pr- Late Judge and Ex-d|kxo clssk*
Dated Nov. 24 1883. 8-2w

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