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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY ANii COUNTY OFFICIAL TAPER. flU TELLER hat the largeet circulation oj any paper in North Idaho, THURSDAY..........................OCT 2, 1884 Annexation Candidate for Congress T. F. SUNTOISER. THB "TELLER." The Teller advocates the election of 8ingiser not because he is a Republican bnt first because he was the first man (Vom the South who was willing and dar ed to champion the cause of annexation in the South, against violent opposition of both Hailey and Aiuslie, and won be fore the people both North and South, and, second because he kept his pledges to the North when in Congress, and suc ceeded in getting the committees of both the House and Senate to incorporate North Idaho in the boundaries of the proposed State of Washington and make n favorable report for the measure to both Houses of Congress. Third, he is the most proper man to bo iu Congress when the measure comes up for action in Con gress. We oppose Hailey because lie opposed and defeated annexation before the committees in Congress in 1874, be cause he and his party iu the south have always opposed the measure ever since, up to tho time of the late Democratic eonveatioc, last September, and it is not iu the nature of man to thauge his posi tion so suddeuly after working so long in the harness, opposed to annexation and established such a publie record of Iùh opposition in Congress and elsewhere, as to be as able as Singiscr to further our cause. However sincere his profession of good faith ic his sudden conversion, Singiser has been the best of all the South ern men for the North on the annexation question and is entitled to our support, and that of all the Northern people. The Singiser rang as a I an entire mek in getting Letter" to Mr. 'Hailey, pi tmm CHALLENGE DODGED AND EVADED. On the l^h of September Hon. T. F. 8ingiscr sent a respectful and courteous challenge to Hon. John Hailey to meet him on the atump in certain towns (nam ing them) in Alturas, Lemhi aud Custer eountiea and discuss the question of Mor monism, which was published in the Statesman of tho 20th, and requested au early reply. None wus roceived till the of September when Mr. Singiscr had gone to Owyhee county. Then Mr. Hailey's answer appeared in tho Demo crat, and contained this discourteous par agraph: " Hermit me to say that while 1 know full well your letter was written for bunoome and as a campaign document.'' Yst ha agrees to muet him in all tho eountiea and disetua all questions, and de sires Singiser to follow him to Lewiston or as Hailey's paper, the Democrat, of the 24th has it: I last resort spent ting up an "Open iley, purporting to in vite him to thé discussion of a question that has no more bearing upon tho poli tise of Idaho than a chapter of tho Koran. Any child could understand the object •f the gang. Mr. Hailey condescended eoongh to reply, in aubstanco, that his game was already mado, and he intended to supervise Ma campaign to suit him ■elf; but ifvFrcliughuysen wanted to gather a Uttle (»rief dignity and respecta bility by forcing himself into bis company he could climb in and come right along. And thtu wk little Mormon stuffin' re mained was phecked out ol' the Singiscr. Hailey oomfis to Lewiston and tells tl e people here t^t he had agreed to wait for Singioer, when he knew that he in I him in his reply, and that Singiscr made engagements to open the can \ in the Kostern counties and that he not be at Lewiston at the bidding of a man who had offered him nothing bnt insult, and yet be is called Honest John Hailey. Mr. Hailey said in his speech that in 1882 he waa not so much opposod to the principle of annexation as he was to the man who advocated it, and yet we find that the Wrongest objections he thou made to the man were that he had pledged to the North that he would obey tho wishes of the North lad do all he could to huve it annexed to Washington. The inference ja that he wanted „ himself to be the first in the south to turn round aud advocate tbs measure, and his opposition to Siug tser was that Singiscr had got aheud of him and had taken that side of the issue in advance of him, or else Mr. Hailey is mistaken when ho now says that he was not opposod to annexation iu 1882. Only one day before the convention which nominated him last month, wheu asked by a gentleman what ho thought about annexation, he said: "I have always been opposed to it, I don't know that I will be nominated, but if I am I expect to stand on the same basis." llocest old John, v we have always heard him call ed, will, we think, admit before this can VMS is over, t^at his change of views on this question took place about the time tbe meet ing of the convention which dnated him I in September last and at tar tbe reaoiution of the; Republican con vention on tbe 11th of September. It wonld not be fair in us to iutiuiatc that tho action of tbe Republicans convinced him, for they are so corrupt in his es.i uution, he could not be convinced by them. CHEEK. Hon. John Hailey has the check to come North aud promise his support to annexation. He alleges as a cause that the debt is nearly paid, hence no division of the same could now operate against the scheme, He has to admit he opposed annexation when in Congress, lie has to admit he opposed it win n in the Idaho Council, as l it.: as 1881, hut alleges that things have changed -it) ce he took action. Mr. 11a iley in the fall of 1882 took the stump iu Ada county—he made several speeches earnestly and violently opposite annexation, lie appealed to property owners in Ada county, used harsh terms against Singiser for pledging annexation. No one could record himsell stronger than Hailey did in 1882—we can prove all this. We affirm that Iiailoy in 1882, in his speeches did violently oppose an nexation. lie stated the day before the Democratic convention to a man in this county that he was opposed to our measure of annexation. We can bring forth the man if desired. Why this sudden change more remarkable than tho conversion of St. Paul? Do the people believe that, like St. 1'aul, he has suddenly seen new iight, or in truth became converted, we wish this were so. Mr. Hailey is a large property owner in Ada county. Should Northern Idaho be set off to Washington Territory the capita! at Heise would be necessarily changed to some point South liko Hailey or Shoshone. Property in Boise City as well as Ada county would depreciate in value largely. Of course tho Statehood of Idaho would he hope lessly deferred. Mr. Hailey claims that all the business men of Boise will support him, of course they will. Is it possible that with the largo property interests of Mr. Hailey in Ada county and his re peated record on this subject that he will work for our interests, (leo. Aiuslie in his record in Congress in 1881-2 was against us. Ills record was no more re cent than llailey, with equal degree of candor Ainslie, in the fall of 1882, might have come north and pledged support of our measure, but Ainslie did not have the cheek to come on any such purpose arid allowed himself to stand on his record. He knew ho could not make anybody believe ho had changed his mind or would keep his pledges. Ainslie did not have so much property interests iu the South aud could better afford to endorse our measure thuu Hailey. Mr. Hailey points out how helpless a Delegate is in Congress, says he tuny not accomplish his purpose, but will do till ho can. Is this the way he is to fail in his pledges? Docs he expect by inactivity not to hasten annexation, which if accom plished would lessen his property value? Does ho wish us to understand that a Delegate is powerless? If so why have ti Delegate at all? No, gentlemen of North Idaho, Mr. Hailey will net work for out interests. He has no heart in it, better take a carpet bagger with no property who will have no motives or interests against our interests, than such a man as Hailey. Bingiser had the courage to stand out for us when the measure was unpopular. But for Bingiser no men or party south would daro espouse our cause to-day, we aro indebted to him fur tho seeming frvorablc sentiment in the Bouth. Shall we, bocauso of the name of party, divide and play false to our first friend Bouth? COMMUNICATED. Lewiston, Sept. 29, 1884. ''Hono8t"(?) John Hailey says, "eleven years ago I was opposed to annexation." I am not a mau who will chango an opin ion." IIonest(?) John Hailey's party say they are in favor annexation. How will he keep faith with his party and his principles, and his profession iu public? Honest(?) John Hailey stated Thun day night that ho is under obligations not to make a publie speech until lib oppon eut arrives. "Uonest'\?) John Hailey speaks at a "grand rally tho Saturday following notwithstanding, for the purpose of abusing and villifying Bingiser in his absence. "Honest"(?) John Hailey says that "the only objection against tho Mormon Church b the polygamy businoas" there by endorsing the policy of that Church in shielding the participants in the Moun tain Meadow horror, iu seeking to pre vent the Gentile population from obtain ing equal rights with members of that Church in the Territories, in seeking to prevent the opening of the mines and iu generally seeking to retard tho settlement of the West except by members of that Church. "IIouost"(?) John Hailey says ho ac cepted Biugber's challenge for a joint debate and at once proceeds to carry out that aoceptanoe by getttug as far away from Singiser as possible and heaping in sults aud abuse upon him, when "Hon est" (?) John knows there is no one to talk back. - Honest "(?) John Hailey says he never sought a Federal office, hut always dealt with lib own money, leaving the iufei ence that a Federal office holder b neces —rily a rascal, and yet honest (?) John Government contracts for carrying the maib and rejoices that he Las beaten the Government because lib judgement was better than that of the Government offic ials. Honest (?) John can perhaps point the difference in lib own favor between the Federal official who, skilled and train ed by long experience, faithfully performs the duties of his office at a fixed salary and the man who, by cunning overreach ing, has waxed fat and grown rich Government contracts. "Honest" (?) John Hailey says that he will u.-': all honorable effort* to get us annexed to Washington Territory, and yet "Honest'' (?) John claims that hb record for the last eleven years has been that of an anti-annexationist and further says, "I expect to stand upon the same basis if I receive the nomination. It seems a natural inference that sturdy hon est (?) John had to eat crow about con vention time. If so will it do to trust him with the power to hurt our annex ation scheme in Congress. If he stands by hb record 1rs own party should dis tiust him. A in .n with crow in hb gorge is liable to do many eccentric things and hb views of what constitutes "hon orable effort" grow less clear in propor tion to the amount of crow swallowed. It is more than probable that if sent to Cou gress he would he inclined when theques tion of annexation arose to regard il in the philosophic rnanucr of the personage who remarked, "sometimes I think and then again 1 dunno." "Honest" (?) John has got too heavy a load of Mormon Church, personal rec ord, mail contracts and stage monopolies iu hb hind boot to make time on these Northern roads, and we reeommend to hb consideration the suggestion that if he wants to get along faster he should lick behind and get rid of the small boy by the alleged name of "honesty" who seems to be meddling with hb break in a very embarrassing manner. "Honest" (?) .John, bo honest, come out and say t > us: "I propose by giving annexation taffy to tho North, by invok ing the assistance of the Mormon Church of the South with whom I am iu sympa thy, and with the aid of such Democrats as l can induce to believe that uiy proies siens of honesty are honest to secure my election. After that event occurs I shall endorse Vanderbilt's sentiments in regard to the dear people of North Idaho." Then we might tliiak you honest John. One who heard Him BAILEY AND ANNEXATION. Boise City, Sept. 22, 1884. Ed. Lewiston Teller: — In my last I referred to tho fierce opposition of John Hailey and his followors to the wbhes ol the North during the last campaign. How he stumped tlie country on that one issue, and beDt all his energies to that one point. It was in allusion to thb, when Mr. Singiscr was rtdouning hb pledges at Washington, that tho Idaho Democrat , published by tho Democratic Central Committee of which Mr. Hailey was chairman, and under hb supervision, printed the following: "Hon. John Hailey, in his never to be forgotten speeches made in this town and county during the last campaign warned the peoplo of the very move now being made by the Bingiser enemies of South ern Idaho. Told them what disastrous results might and possibly would follow tho election of an unprincipled man like Bingiser. Bo also did Hon. Geo. Ainslie sound tho uuto of warning and tell of Singiser's pledges to dismember the Ter ritory ."—Idaho Democrat, Jan. 27, 1884. As an instanco of tho campaign thun der used by Mr. Hailey's committee dur ing that campaign, wo refer to another interesting item appearing in that paper. Alluding to Mr. Singiser's letter publbh ed in tho Teller Oct. 20, 1882, which is copied in full, the article proceeds as follows:* "And yet this man Singiscr, the lock er-on, the passer-by, alter a written pledge to do all in his power to disrupt and rum our proud and rapidly growing young Territory has tho appalling presumption, tho paralyzing cheek, to ask tho people to support him in his vilo schemes, to aid him to fulfill hb disreputable promises by voting for him! In the politics of the country, can you find a parallel? Was there over before such an exhibition of effrontery? Boise county can you vote for such a man? Washington county, a large portion of whose domain ho wishes to take from you, can you possibly aid him by a siugle vote? Owyhee county, can you afford to throw away your vote ou the man who has made so many disgraceful pledges to subserve hb own personal interests? Ada county, who knows something of his true character, can you vote for him who has pledged himself, who has already taken the first great step towards remov ing the capital from Boise City, the beau tiful little town you have reared? Can any citizen having the welfare of the Territory at heart cousbtently support Theodore Frolinghuysen Singiser. — Idaho Democrat. Aov. 1, 1882. On Nov. 5, 1882, the same paper, still under Mr. Hailey's supervision scut forth the following wail: "Boise City and Ada county what is your opinion of the carpet-bag tramp, who after pledging himself to take, if he could, 40,000 square miles of our richest territory, supplements it with no less in famous pledge to wrest from us the capi tal, thereby ruining our beautiful little city." We re-publish these squibs simply to illustrate the spirit which animates the Idaho Democracy in its opposition to the North and expose the hypocrisy and hol lowness of their professions regarding annexation. It is idle for Mr. Hailey to disclaim responsibility. As chairauu of the Central Committee which owns and coutrols the paper, it b impossible that they could have been published without h , Ls . coun,l ' D ?" co lf , he ha * the s ' i K h, « t Justice. JEKOMti.—In this city .September 2H 1ÜH4. tu the wife of F. E, Jerome, a daughter. ROBINSON.—Near Uniontown, W. T., Sept. 26*h 1884, F- A. Robinson» aged 83 jours and six months. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. This (• to oertlfy that the co-partnership heretofore existing between Warren D. Robbins and Geo. Stewart under tho firm name of Rob biui and Stewart in tho Livery Stable busii in Moscow, i. T. is thi- day dissolved by tual consent, Georgo Stewart letiring from business* Warren D. Robbins will continue tbe said business, and oil accounts duo to or owed by said firm will be settled by Warren it. Robbins. W. I). ROBBINS. G. W. STEWART. Sept- 20th 1884. 62-w NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T., Oct. 1st, 1884. P. AI1KRN. NOTICE Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, ai d that said proof will bo made before O. B. Markham, J. P. for Nez Peroo county 1. T. at Genesee, Idaho, on Nov. 20th 1884, viz: Pe ter Ahern, of Julietta, Idaho, for the wi ne ^ se 1 ^ ne *4 and ne| nw '4 seo 14 tp 38 n, r 4 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his eontiduous residence upon aud cultivation of said land, vis; N. llumphrays. J. II. Howton, J. J. Keane and D Sweeney of Genesee, I. T J. M. HOWK. 52-61 Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Oct. 1st 18S4. C. C. CARPENTER. N otice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed nolic his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made be fore U. S. Lund Office at Lewistun I. T. on Nov. llth 1884, viz: Cbaanccy M. Carpenter, for the se *4 see 34 tp 36 n r 3 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: A* Roberts, B# J, Bovenoump, T. Camp bell and P. Olson of Moscow, Idaho J. M. 110WE. 52 Register. REPUBLICAN TICKET! For Doleguto to Congress. T, F. SII>J"QISER. NEZ PEUCE COUNTY. Councilman S G ISAMAN. Joint Councilman B W MOODY Representatives S A MOON J P QUARRELS L P WILMOT Attorney E O'NEIL Auditor and Recorder G M WILSON Sheriff E W CAMERON Probate Judge Wm WING Treasurer GEO GLASS Assessor J A FAN8LER County Commissioners D NOTMAN, Jit. j mcgregor H L COATS Surveyor A COLBURN Coroner C WSIIAFF NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Soot. 14 1S84. A. LELAND. NOTICE I, hereby given that the following named settler has filod notice of his intention to make (Inal proof in support of his claim und that said prouf will be made before Register end Receiver at their office at Lewistun Idaho on Oot, :i 1st I8S4, 10 a, m. vis: Alonso Le land of Lewiston Idaho, for the nwlg set* wt* nc *4 and nuit noHt see 31 n r 4 w B. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuons rcsidonec upon and cultivation of said land, vis: E. II. Hollings, Robt. Ingram, Iru Small and John Ingram of Lewiston Idaho, J. M. HOWK, 61 Regieter. NOTICE FOR RRE-KMPTION PROOF. W. ANDERSON. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T., Sept. 17, 1884. N otice is hereby given that the following named settler has filod notice of hia intention to make final proof in support of his olaim, and that said proof will he made at this office, on Oot. 24,1884,10 a:m. viz: WiHiam Am'crson, D. S. No. 2.382 for the ae\* seo 21 tp 38 n r 5 w. Ho names the follow ing witnesses to prove his oontiuuous residenco upon, aud cultivation of said land, viz: J. Smith, P. Patterson, A. Borgen, G. Tegland, of Blaine, I. T. J. M. HOWE, Ô0 Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 10, lh84. JOHN S JUDD. N otice is hereby given that the following Darned settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made at this office, on Oot. 23d 1884, 10 a. m. vis; John S Judd home, 332, for the se *4 seo 22 tp 38 n r 3 w. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: J Roberts, L F Herbert, G Dougherty and B Phillips, of Ju lietta. J. M. HOWE. 49 Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla W alla W. T. Aug 16th 1884. \T OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB XNl following named settler has filod notice ot his intention to make fiual proof in support of hi* olaim, and that said proof will be made be fore clerk dist. court Whitman eounty W. T. at Colfax, W. T. on Oct. 4 1884, vis- Alfred Kleist DS 4008 for the n} sw *4 sec 18 tp 12 n r 45 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said land, vis: Anton Beecther, Conrad Tusch<>(T, Theodore Goedde and John J. Schice, of Uniontown. W. T. JOS. JORGENSON 47 Register. cured by nation of Saturday the Notice of Administrator's sale of Real Estate, at Private sale In the Probate Court of the county of Idaho Territory of Idaho. „ T . .. In the matter of the estate of John M. Crooks, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that tn pursuance of un order of the Probate Court of tire county nr Idaho, Territory of Idaho, undo on the —ml day of September, A. D. lest in the matter el the estate of John M. Crooks, deceased, the un deraigned administrators, vf said (state, will sell at private sale, to tho highest hi IJcr, 1er one fourth cash, balanco on a credit of six j month*, at ten per cent, interest, mortgage, and subject to tb taid Probate Court, on or a 18th day of October 188*. all the right, title, interest nnd estate of the said John M. brook*, deceased, at the time of his death, and a.l the right, title and interest that the said estate ha* by operation of Inw, or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of tho said in testate at the time of his death, in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county of Idaho, and territory of Idaho, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to wit: 8ix acres of land known as the "Mill Tract," on which is situ ated the flouring mill, being part ot the south west quarter of auction nineteen (16) in town ship thirty (30) north of range three (3) west, Boise meridian, with all tho tenements and hereditaments thereon, and nppurtenances thereto, including said mill, fixtures aud ma chinery, together with tt.o ditch, flume un i water right appurtenant thereto, and used in connection therewith. Terms ot sale, one fourth the cash, balance payable in six months with interest thereon at ten per cent, per an num, secured by mortgage on said real estate. Bids and offers may be made at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of the sale. All bids or offers must be in writing und left with the said adminis trators or one of them, at their residence at Orangeville, Idaho county. I. T. WM. C. PEARSON, J. II. CROOKS, Administrators of the estate of J. M. Crooks, deceased. Dated Sept. 22nd 1884. 51 3w ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE i« hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Nez Perce county, Territory of Idaho made on the 24*L day of June A. D. 1884, in the matter of the estate of Joseph Chastain, deceased, the under signed administrator of tbe said estate, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder foi cash, gold coin of the United States, and sub ject to confirmation by said Probate Court, on Saturday, the llth day of Oct. 1884,at the auc tion sales room ef J. K. Vincent, in the city of Lewiston, all the right, title, interest and es tate of the said Joteph Chastun, at the time of his death, and all the right title and interest that the said estate has, by operating of law or otherwise, acquired in and to ull that certain piece or parcel of land, situate, lying nnd be ing in said Nez Perce county, Territory of Idaho, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Lota No. 2 and 3 and the ne l isw l 4 and se l 4 of of see seven in township 37 n r 2 west of Boise meridian, containing 160 aeres and 30 one hundredths acres, and the fol low'ng described piece or parcel of land lying and being in said county and described as fol lows, to-wit: sw H sec 5 tp 38 c r 2 west B. M. containing 160 acres. Terms and conditions of sale, cash, gold coin of tho United States, ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid to the auctioneer on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of sale by snid Probate Court, deed at expense of purchaser. GliO. GLASS Administrator Lewiston, Sept, llth 1884. 49-4w NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. E. KEMP. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, V. T., Aug. 27 1884, N otice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be made before B. F. Merris, deputy dist. clerk 1st Ju dicial dist. I. T. at Mt. Idaho I. T., on Oct 4 1884. uiz: Elezabeth Kemp I)S 2306 for the w Si ae S 4 sec 6 tp 31 n r 2 e S e names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: M. Williams, W MoCready Ë A Chase and A Schubert of Mt. Idaho Idaho Territory. J. M. HOWE. 47*6t Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT Walla Walla W. T. Aug. *22 1*84. N otice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof iu support of hij claim, and that said proof will be made before clerk dist court Whitman county, W. T. at Colfax W. T. on Oct. 4 1S84, viz: Frederick Mischstadt DS 4175 for tho eSi nc\ n'* oo% seo 18 tp 13 n r 46 c. lie names the following witnesses eo prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz; John Beichel, Frank Friedman and Wm, Bichett ef Clinton, W. T. JOS. JORGENSON, 47 Register. NOTICE FOR PIIE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 17th, 1884. JOHN H. O'LOUGHLIN NOTICE is hereby given that tho following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will bo mado before Register A Receiver at Lewiston Idaho, on tho 5th day of Nov. 1884, at 10 o'clock A. M. viz: John II. O'Loughlin, No* Perco County Idaho, for tho nwl* sw '4 sec 10 ncj so ^4 and ol net* sue 9 tp 35 n r 6 w B M. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residonce upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Georgo Rus sell, Smith Mounoe, Leroy Strong and John Stevens of Lewiston Idaho. J. M. HOWE. 60 Register. NOTICE FOU PRE-EMPTION PROOF. J. A. LI ETCH LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Aug 2" 1884. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be mado before B F Morris, deputy dist clerk I T, at Mt. Idaho IT. on Saturday Oot. 11, 1884, 10 A M.viz: John A. Leitch, DS 1628, for the lots 3 and 4 and eH sw S seo 16 tp 32 n r 5 e* Ho names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon aud cultivation of said land, viz: B. Penny. A. J. Taylor, H. A. White and P. King of Clearwater I« T« J. M. 1I0WE. ^ _ Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT N Walla Walla W. T. Aug. 19 1.884. OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be mad« before J. B. Stanley, N. P. at Colton, W. T. on Oot 7th 1884, vi* Thos. A. Towner, DS. f ° r thc nw * aml ,ot - sec * 31 l P 12 n r 46 e. He names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and culti vation of said land, viz: G. M. Collin», M. S. Freeman. A. H. Colwell and W. R. Paslev. of Uniontown, W. T. JOS. JORGENSON. Register. I declare myself as an INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF, FOh NEZ PERCE COUNTY R H. BERMAN. E. J. SOWLEr, (Successor to Rowley »J* Arant.) -DEALER IN Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Granite and Woodenware P1PI-' FITTING, REPAIRING, AND GENERAL JOBBING A SPECIALTY * lit V Tin: IRON king stove, they beat the nation. Lewiston , 1. T. " ;ltf NEf STORE. NEW GOODS. NEW PRICES ! GENESEE, - IDAHO -DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Everythin? Cheap for Cash ansi give short Credit. LU E COOPER, -a as a: SEELIING OUT AT COST! AND BELOW TIIEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, And will make a specialty of the UNDERTAKER'S BUSINESS, A new slock of CARPETS, and a full line of Ladies and Gent's BURIAL ROARS MAIN STREET, LEWISTON AE OPPORTIiMTY FOR CASH BUYERS. We have decided to CLOSE OUT Our General Merchandise Business and have REDUCED PRICES OF Everything in our stock to ACTUAL COST. JUST THINK! On every ten dollars worth of gooda you buy of us you save from $2 to $4. Give us a call and We will convince you of the truth of our assertions. C. A. THATCHER & SON in M! SEW PRICES!! Faints, Oils and Glass. PAINT BRUSHES, POTTY. SAND PAPER, VARNISH, GLUE AND LAMPBLACK, CLAZED WINDOWS. SASH, DOORS, WINDOWS, ETC AT THE DRUGSTORE OF MOXLEY & MOREY, LEWISTON. ± arties intending to ouild or paint will do well by giving us a call. uf . NOTICE FOR PRE-EMrTION 1'ltOOF. A D GREEN LAND OFFICE AT ___ Lewistoo, I. T.. Sept. 10 1884. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IHR following nnmed settler has filed notice ol hi, intentiun to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will l.e made before B F Morris, deputy dist. clerk 1-t Jndt ctal diat I T., at Mt Idaho, en Oct. IS 1884, via: Allen D Green, PB 1710 for the n) n w !» sei* t.wij ne L i aw aeo 28 tp 01 n r I c. lie names the following »itneesea to prove hi» eon tinuous residence upon and cultivation of raid teVaa*.?' Talkington, J MoCafferty, J C Holt, G 8 Bates, of Cottonwood, Idaho 40 0t J. M. HOWE. Register. House and .Lot for Sale. J" Second Ward, in the city of Lewiston, one K ood house and lot for rale cheap. Inouire for particular» of JOHN SPEAK, h M _ Lewi,ton. Idaho farm for sale. 175 ACRES situated on tne Putlateh, 3 mi OF LAND, _ good spring, ...-----r.oawa, o mile» from the Uearwater rtrer, For further parti.uler» ,p ply to H, C. Ds BEAUMONT, Mav View GaiAoideonnky, W T. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF,. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho Sept 10, 1884, M M HAWORTH N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI TH1 toiiowing named settler has lied aatie ef his intention to make final proef n • upper Ot his claim, and that said preel will be mad „ re Morris deputy di,t. clerk el hi u w Id » h ° «« Oct 18th 1884, Til M. M. Haworth. D8 9086, for the loti 2 8 iwV ncHandscH nwj* »ec 1 tp 31 ■ r I e. H names the following witness», te prove hie eel tiuuoug resilient-« upon and enltivalioB of mi 1 land, vis; G H Ueborling. M H Morris, 1 Bhuads and L H llarriaon of Cottonwood, 1.1 „„ J. M. HOWK, *3 Register. STRAYED From my pince on Thorn Creek, Nei Perea county, about the 1st of May, last, one! year old light sorrel filiey, branded O, with parpen dieular line on top, on right shoulder, aebreke. Any one informing me of her whereabouts, will be suitably rewarded. M. ANDBKSON. 4Mf. BUiec Idaho,