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LiBL ■ ' * " . ^~ CITY MIS COONfr OEFKlft WPERr ffe TELLSR hat the largect circulation of mtg fgftr m AVll Idaho. %HCRSDAT. .APRIL 16 . IM» * LOO* WTO THB IMMBDIATB POTORB. It k difficult for the inoiit observing bf buein cm men on this northwest coast to foretell with any fair probability of feeing ferret! in thefr predictions, what luj be thé degree of prosperity for fnr foere and producers, which will come to &em by reason of railroad changes dur ing the ensuing few years. Some proph «7 that the North tacite company will do moat of the business between the east and went for the next few years. Others that the Union Pacific will do a large share of this business ; others still that the Os—di.n Pacific will come in for a huge share ; and others still that the Southern Pacific will aoon have facilities for making strong bid» for the northwest coast ■ The determination on the part of the Northern Pacifio is to Complete a temporary road across the Cascade summit to connect their road kith the Puget Sound. Pendindg the Cutting of their tunocl has git en strong hope that the outlet of this section of country between the Cascades and Rocky kmutains, for the products of this sec tioff to tide water of the Pacific is made oorUin at afi early day, and should the Northen Pacific aniseed h» securing con trol of the 0. B. ft N. linen, the proepeet k quite sa certain that the Union Peclle Wffl extend Mm Une to Puget Sound over in independent route and at an early date, and maka a competing line for onr products in thk lection either to the east Dr wist. And thus onr people hare Strong hopes that the Columbia Basin kill not ba pent op much longer, and that freights and «barges will be materi ally reduced. The great deprwmion in Mbood stocks, which has occurred dur he to in ing the paid year, has greatly retarded the perfatkmef the programme, which had been made Tor railroad building one year ago, .and our people have been led to on ly hope against hope. The Southern Weifte having icMed the Central Pacific, It k a very natural jbfertnee that they kill confine their field of eperatiooa to the southern section of country, and not attempt to oppoeej these operations to ÿobtahoftfeof California and Nevada, thus leaving the Union Pacific, Northern Pmifio and Canadian Pacifie to ooeupy all the country north of California. It is quite certain that the Union Pacific wiU oontend strongly for an independent transcontinental line to dm Pacific; if aba oaaaot obtain it through the O. R. ft N. aha will build it beiarff. As have mid before she baa the beet line of thmn aD, which la» bean projected and partially su r v e y ed, and if her means to build can ba made available, her early O ok Wr uc tiou, and rim use» prudential ap- plication of than manner we shall expect that dm «U1 have the advantage h» the and. Thk aaadou of country ftxdertag •o the lower Snake and Columbia rivets*, (whleh by aU who know it, k ooosidered the moat productive country in kill furnish a poweiAil stimulus to the * Oatrly boikUagof thk Una, and when it k built even as far as Lewiston, it will change the current of traffic of all thk aaedoU of eonntiy, and a huge portion of H wiU go east instead of west* and will fevolntioniaa all akams^of buwoa Ihkaectiouaf country greatly to the baa- fits of the inhabitant». The trouble the British Pomuuioua north of an may in a m isante rstud somewhat the com- pletion of the Canadian Pacifio, although Wo think thorn political troubles will be adjusted before many months. Should the 0. R- ft N. eoadude not to ieaeo their lines to the Northern Pacific. The Union Pacific may for aome time use the 0, R. ft N. Unm instead of eat ending (he oona tru e tion of their Um down Saab« fiver an had bean co nt em p lated. We have rumen and even letten from dm east which intimate that the Union Paci- fia will oommeaoo ka construction down Snake river thk mason, bat they an not from the highest authority, «ad an not sufficiently definite lobe relying upon with any degree of certainty. The hope of our people along the Sänke river and Ehe eonntiy tributary thmeto, is, that this construetio« will ho commenced ear- ly thk fall There k in connection with this improvement of the facilities for ac- commodating our products, a prqjoct in contemplation which will ad£ greatly to our advantage, whether wa have n rail- road or rely upon steamboat transporta- Son, and that project is the construction of elevators for our grain, and exteoaive Wan houses along Baske river, which ife greatly needed to aoeoamoeats the grain' «feur fermai*. If we are still to ndy - wt tt f RM lsa ll ea# Iimi —.m. —— —urj N5Dgm Ol VJÜM9 upOD ; transportai ioc, it seems to her r iasportant that places of soft de- " r gram ha Airnkhod whan it aau »from daaaago Wastage from dm 1-until aueh tiaM wit ai SM^fik he shipped* and where buyers from •broad wdi be witting 10 advance money Upon M and take warehouse receipts, and feel s«re and safe hi so doing; also whelk oof producers can deliver it and find sUcb goods and supplies as they need to snataftl them till such tiate as they can get full returns for their grain. Their money enough among our capitalists in eastern cities which is lying compr na- tively idle to extend to us all the rail- road CmiMtiee which we need, and which will return to the same capitalists, if ju- diciously invested, a fair interest upou their investments. It becomes the peo- ple of this section to endeavor to cause these eepitalists to sec these advantages, and to be ready and willing to invest. Wa may consider that the present condi- tion of »fed political status of affairs in the United States, is on? that is settled and fixed for the next four years, and that there need be 00 fears of a political revolution that will particularly change the basis of business in the United States for that period, bene» we hope to see the treasurys of moneyed mçn open to busi- that will advance the interests of the country. Of course we know not what may de' k of be Of course we know not what may de' velopa in the disposition of the remnant of the Joeeph band of Indians if sent back fro tit Indian Territory to the Nes Perce reservation. They may feel them seWet sufficiently humbled afftf subdued as not to attempt to do ought agaiust these white settlers, and may conclude to demean themselves peaceably, if left alone. But the return ot the murderers who inaugurated the Nea Perce war of 1877, will cause many a family to appre hend dire evile, if turned loose among our people, unless sufficient military force be stationed near to compel a peace. The Indiana Row living upon the reservation who stood the temptations foi war when Joseph was having success at that time, we have not mueh fear of and perhaps their peaceful habits may hold the dis contents who return in complete check. That they have been taught a lesson •neh m will be lasting upon them, at least wa hope so. But we had much rather be prepared with force to quell any disturbance before it culminates into ai open Indian war in our midst like that of 1877, and to this end we trust that the military authorities will be pro vided wrth^means that will ba ample to protect aa without citiaens resorting to arms to protect themselves. It b peace we want. In The To by the of of of cf in If Sty nmnbw of white eititens ot our godWfement had done the same aa Joeeph akd a few of Ms immediate follower» did at the commencement of the Nes Peroe troubles, in murdering peaoeful oitisens and frmilWf before any declaration of hostilities, and before ottr troops had a move hostile towards the Indians, and they had afterwards been caught, Unde 8 am would have seen that they would have been tried by tbe courts and pmubhed under the law*. But now the 1 of the cast says that Joseph and bk »asociale mnnierets have suffered enough ih being banished from their for eight yeers, and should now ha permitted to return home and enjoy all tic immunities of other Indkns, who have rvaT remained loyal and peaceable Verily the ways of Uaclo 8 am in rcla tion fo Indian atrocities far outrivals in peculiarities that of tho heathen Chinese If the late law iu relation fr the man ner of treating Indian criminals had been in force in 1877, we think tho thirty-four who forth indicted in tlieTall 1877 would have been turned over to tho jurisdiction of onr courts for trial, instead of any in terfrraaoe on the part of' the department at Washington, aa was the case when we demanded their surrender after they were apprehended. Death op M. 8 . Burrell.— News reached as Tuesday, that on Sunday at 4 p. m., M. 8 . Burrell, of, tbe widely known firm of Knapp ft Burrell, who has been rick for some week* past, sac cumbed to the^grim messenger—death, while with hk family at Portland. Mr. BniWU haa long been a very* energetic member of the firm, end a very promt neat dealer in Portland, and highly re. apocted* lie has of late yean done mach business iu thk upper eountry. He wan president of the Portland Saving Rank, and aa officer of a great many of th* np-eoaatry banka east of the Cas eadaa. He leaves n widow nnd four children and a host of personal friends to mourn his lose. The following k the telegram sent to the Aaaociate Prêt» and published in the Oregonian of the 10th tnnt : white Woman kILleit bt Indians. Lwarmto», April *1» was reported yesterday that Indians had killed a white woman on a settlement beyond the Lap wni Agency. Agent Monteith went tfierk thk morning to amertain tfi* foots. Fort Lapwai being aband on e d , et tiret» are jMBtteally helplew I» tbs avant of aa Inman outbreak. Ik report that Gen. Barrios k desd kas sosm confirmation from late dis patch«*, end « General b*s succeeded to place. It is our opinion that a test of legality wUl never be made, but if the question should be brought into the courts, no one it seems, could seriously entertain a be lief that it will bo declared that Boise is not the legal capitol of Idaho .—Idaho World. You will not do (o depend upon for history. The ease was in the district court of this district, 20 years ago ahd decided adversely to Boise, from which they nevef appealed save to military and mob law. fo Élut rr, no J. nnd Russia and England do not seem to be any nearer settling their disputes, than they w|we before the battle Ot Peudjdch. Both governments are making great prep arations for war. Lieutenant Muhlenberg, second infan try, was sentenced to be reprimanded in orders, to be suspended from rank and confined to the limits of the garrison for six months. Mild.— Union. DIED. Il tMl tu?, April 13lh, >8A5. Mr«. nr John 8p*ek. of ibis city, Min* Sp*ok, wit* aged 23 year* mootb and 8 day*. at to to NEW TO-DAY. of of at nw G. M ORTGAGE SUMMONS. In (he District Court of thé First Judicial Dis trict of Idaho Territory/ Ne* Pérou county. The Second National Bunk of Colfax. jj'Mtr.t?fT, »». Christopher Taylor and Win. bhefller. de fendant«. To Christopher Taylor and IFm. Sheffler 9 de fermants: In the name of the people of tho United State* in the territory ot Idaho; You are here by required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Distiict Court of the First Judicial District of tho Territory ol Idaho, in and foi the county of N«»a Force and to anewer the homplaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) alter the service on you of this sum muni—if served within this county; or, il served out of thia county, but in this district, within twenty day-, otherwise within forty days-^or judgement by deianlt will betaken against yon, according to tbw prayer of sai*t complaint The sadd action is brought to ob tain a decree of this court, for the foreclosure cf a certain mortgage described in the said 0« m plaint, and executed by the said Christopher Taylor in favor ot Thomas Humphrey, on the 2Mth day of Ootobér, A. D. 188ft, to secure the payment of a certain provisory wote for $8^0, with interest from Oct. 2!)ih 1883, till paid, at the rate of U per cent per month, and a rea sonable attorney too in case suit is institute«* to eolleot any portion of said note, that the prem ises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of said note, «corned Interest and attorneys fees, be sides tbe costs and expenses of this action, and in case such prooeeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then te obtain an execution against said Christophar Taylor for the bat «nee remain due, and also that the said defendants and persona claiming by, throngh or under them ay bo barred and foreclosed of aU right, title olrnft, Ufin, equity of redemfitioft, and interest hi and to said mortgaged premises, and for •lief. our did of had other .ad further relief. And 70a are hereby nutified that If yuu fail t* appear and aaaner the «aid complaint, ae above required: the eeid plaintiff trill apply to the court fur the relief de mun ded in the I aid auuplsiat. GIVEN uader my hand and the ieal of the Dietriet Court of the Fir«t Judicial [ibalJ Dietriet of lha Territory of Idahe.in and lor té* oounty of Ne> Perce thia Tth day Of April. A. D. 1885. li. 8QUIBR. Clark. J. Hand and Sullivan nnd Wolford and Bull!. Van, ntt'ye for plaintiff. 28-6w i M ORTUAOE SUMMONS, In tha District Coart of the Pint Judicial Dis trict of Idaho Territory, Nes Perea County. John fofiingrfher and C. tVeisgerber, co-part acre under the firm name of Weisgerber Brother«, plaintiff*, vs. William Hyatt an» Newton P. Hyatt and W. J. McCoouell, de fendants. To William Hyatt, Heaton F. Hyatt and W. J, McConnell, défendante: la the name of the people of th* United Stales In th* Territory of Idaho: You ure harehy required to appear la an action brought against you by tho above named plaintiffs in the Ditfriot Court of the First Judicial District uf the territory of Idaho, in au.l for lha oounty of Nea Perea and lo answer tho eomplaiot filed therein Within ten days (exdlueive of tha day of aenriee) after the servie» on you of thia sun. mona—If Served within thu county; or If served ant of ihhr bounty, hut iff tbit district, within twenty d«y«i otherwise within forty day«—or judgament by defaalt will be taken against yau «sordini to ths prayer of said eomplaiot. Tbe eald action is brought lo obtain a decree of thir écart, for the foreclosure of two oertain mort gages detoribeff In tha said eomplaiot. and ox eon ted by tha seid defendants, William Hyatt and NeWton F. Hyatt on the 29th day of Mar. A'. D. 1884 to eaoura the payment of 2 oer I In premtaery note«, esecuted by them, v st 0« m favor of Wotsg«rb«r Bror. for t2!9 with inlareat nt H* per cant per month from date ua til paid, and toO ntt'ya tees, in the event of •nit to collect tbe earn», the other in lavor of I. N. Maxwell, and by him duly assigned to plain tiffs. for |I59. with interest at IH par cent par month from date nntil paid and a reasonable attorney'« faa In tha event of anil to collect tile same that tha premise! conveyed by said mort gag* mey be sold, and the prooeeds applied to tho payment of sold promisury note, » it h tha accrued interest, tho attorney lims « specified therein nnd th* easts end expenses or th s suit, and in ran* euch prooeeds arc not suffis ant to pay tka urn*, then to obtain aa execution •gainst said William Hyatt ard 'Newton Hyatt for tha balance remaining due, end also that lb* said d fendante and all persona claiming by, through or nnder them may ba barre I and tore eloaad of all right, title, elaim. lien, equity of redemption, cad interest ia and to said mort gaged prêtais*«, end for other and further ra lief. And you en benby notited that, if you fail tu appear and eaawer the said complaint as above required; tha plaintiffs will appiy to tha court for the nhef demanded in the »aid complaint. GIVEN ander my ha.d and tha Mai of ihr dietriet eourt er the first judicial dit [siAt.] trie! of the territory of Ida JO. ia and for lha county of Ne» Perce thia 14th day of April, A. D. 1885. H.sguiBR. Clerk I. N. Maxwell attorney far plaintiffs. 28 CW s NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. STEPHEN HILLS. LAND OFFICE AT Cawtsto*, I. T., April 15 1885. OTIC* IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following astWed settler haa Sled notice hie intention te make Mat proof in enpeort of bis elaim and that aaM proof will b* mod* before E. P. Drary, J. P. at Bau Creak pro einet, on May 9*th. 1885. via: Btepkon Hills. I 8. 1087 for tha at* ** *« at«' aw Si see 29 tp J9 a r 2 w. Ha eaaaas tha following » imasses to prove Ua erntisaona residence upon sod cultivation of sold land, vta: W. M. Htowart, John Farrow. A. WhlUty and W. Whitley, of JaUatta,! T. P. H. WINSTON, Jn. 28-St Regiater, NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION FROÔF. t. R. ElLtff LAND OFFICE AT tefHitn, Idaho,April 15 I880. NOTICE I« hereby given thet »he f" 1 , 10 *.'"* «■mad Miller bif Sled uetiee of hi- intention fo maki SdiI proof in ••pV-'Vof hiiollimiml Élut said proof will hi mid# befer« R, P. Dru rr, J. P. at Boar Crook praeinot. on M*J ï'>lh îsifi. Vik Johp K. Hint. DS, 2188, Ihr th. no k to« 2« tp War 2 *■ *« ,h * » .. lowing wifoeaaea lo pVooo hi* oontranom re. - denee upon and cultivation of Mid land. ou J. R. Too Horn, P. 0. Babcock, Wm. Stewart nnd John Farrow of Jalietta, I. T. P. H. WINSTON, Ja 28 Brgirtw. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. AARON TETZLAFF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho April 14 N otice is hereby given that ihb following nnnieil «eitler h»« #l«<i *»lic* of hi« Intention to make flnel proct in xapport of hi« claim, anil th»t ««id prest »"■ n '* ,| e at this oBic* on May 22nd 1885, *i>: A»ren Tetalnff DS 2455. for tho «1 sw !* mo 24 w H nw 'A eee 25 tp 39 a r 2 w. He name. tho To lowing witnesses to prove hi« continuous resi dence *pon Mrd eullivatien of «nid .and, vis: G. H. Nieh.d*. C. Beyer, A. .VeKen «nd D. Ousterhout, nil of Juliette,- 1. T P. II. WINSTON. J*. 2g Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD FROÔF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, ». T., Aprils I860. JAMES DEACON. N 0TÏC* IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE folio wing-named eettler has filed notice of hie intention to make final proof in «upport of hii claim and that «aid proof will ba mad« at this office on Mey 18th. 1885, via: J*"" Deacon, borne 1550, for the lot« 1 and 2 ej uw * mc 18 tp 8(1 n r 5 w, B. M. He name, the following wi.ne.ae« t,» prove his eonlinuou* i do nee urn n and cultivation of »aid land, ru: R. Rud y. G10. D, Finn of I ewi«ton, Idaho, John Fitigerald and Geo. Bulninkel of Gene see, Idaho. „ T P. H. WINSTON. Ja. Register. NOTICE FOR HOMFSTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewietoh, I. T., April 8 1885. FRANCIS LA BOLE. N OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE folli,firing unfit*.J «eitler ha« filed notice of his intention to make final proot in «upport of his claim, and that said proof will l»e made at tbia office on May 10th 1885. via: Frunci« La Bole home 1018 for the lot lire'* *w'a wH ae '« mo .10 tp 88 n r 2 w. He name, the f.l lowing witnewea to prove bia continuous re»i dence upon aud cultivation of *ai.l laud, vir: William Buoye, Charles Hoffman, Michael Mann, Roaa. Hoffman..of Cameron, I. T. P. ». WINSTON, Ja. 27 Regiater. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. IE LAND OFFICE At Lewiston, Idaho, Mir. SI 1^85 L METCALFE OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler hae filed notice hie intention to make finel proof in support of hie elaim, and that said proof will be made at this ottee on May 8 1 885, 10 a. m. viz: l.auehlln Metcalfe 08 1757 for the s| teifi «so. 17 tp* .1# a f 6 w end lot 4 end eej sw I* Me 7 tp 80 n r 5 w. He name« the following wi:ne»«c8 to prove his continuons residence upon and eul tivstiotr of (aid laWd, vtfi: A. P. Cooper, of Unioitfown fo. T. , J.N. Burns of Julietta. C. Headrick af Genet«*, ï. T. 0. Rfiddy of Lewis tua, I. T. J. M. HOWE. '•t Register Örder to Show Cause. In the Prohate Court, of the County of Nea Faroe, Idaho Territory, n the matter of the ee- j täte ef | Order to Show Cause John Toekey deceased, j Fix, the admifthtfator ef the es tate of John Tuckers deceased, har ing tied his petition henin, duly verified pray ing tor an ordar of aal* of the rut estate of sait deceased, for the purposes thenin set forth. It is therefore ordered by the said eourt, that alt persons intensted in said estato ap pear beforo the said probate coort, on Monday, the 27th day of April, 1885, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, at the oourt room of said eourt in the City of I ewiaton, I. T.. to ahow ogase why an order should not be gristed to said ad ministrator to tell all the net estate of said es täte »f laid deceased at publie sale. And that e copy of this order be published least ones per week fur four uocestive weeks in tbe Lawisrox TsLLin, n newspaper printed and published in said county. Attest: Wu MING. 20 41 Probate Judge Done in open oonrti, March 27.1886: PALACE SALOON. F. Rose, proprietor, Keeps constantly on hand The ft No-1. Cotter Whiskey. ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS. Martel and llenncsy Brandie» /or family tue t CXJTTEÄ CÜÖÄRS FASHION LADIES and CHILDREN'S HAIR CUT TING n SPECIALTY. HOT and COLD BATHS, At nil hours. Razor, aharpened. comforta ble chain sad polite barbers. 18-2m A. ROUX, Propriété!. H. C. BROWN, —DIALER IN— 6ENERAL MERCHANDISE HT. IDAHO, Ths Beit Seeds st Lew Priées «tu MISCELLANEOUS, es S. C » iforices FOR PHEMPTION PROOF J C HANSON. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I- T. Mar 25 1885. N otice is hereby given that the following natnod settler has filed notice ol hie intentiun to make final proof in support ol hi claim, and thnt said proof will he made atthia office on Msy G, 1885.10 a. in., viz: JamezC Hanson. DS 2312 for the ot« no 1 * sec 24 tp 87 n r 5 w a-*d lots 4 and 6 seo 19 tp 37 n ri w. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, an.j cul tivation of. said l. nd, viz : G N Hollister, J Mutton, W Evans, U C J Twee.lt, of Gene ««*,!. T. JM.UOWE, 25 Register. J. PHILIP! MERCHANT TAILOR. Next door to Rmcley's Tin Shop Colling «nd Fitting a Speciality. Cleaning and Repairing Done. For neat work dene on short notice and at reasonable prices dont feil to give him a call. 26*tf. FARM FOR SALE. 175 ACRES situuted on tbe Potlatch, 3 miles from the Clearwater river, For furthor particulars ap ply to H. C. D* BEAUMONT, May View 28 Oarfieldoounty, W. T. Kotice to CreditorMs Estate of W D WARD WELL, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by thè under signed administrator of the above named estate to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deo^aeed, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten nfontbf from tbe publication of thia notice to the undersigned, at his office, in the C ty of Léwistoo. RICHARD J. MONROE. 26 ft Adurfhistrator. Lewiston, I. T., April 1, 1885. Order to Show CauEe In the Probate Court, of the County of Nes Perce, Idaho Territory, at chamber*. In the matter of the es- ) täte ' f > Order to Show Caause T M Buck land deceased j John- U. Evans, the administrator of the es tate of T. W. DuofclatMâq deceased, having filed his petition herein duly verified, praying for an ordc of sale ot the real estate of said deceased, for tho purposes therein set forth, it is there fore ordered by the judge of said court that all persons' interested in said estate, be and appear before the'said t ourt, oil Wednesday the 2i)th day of April. 1885, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said, at the eourt reftm of said eourt in the City of Lewis 1 on, I. T., to show cause why an order sb< uld not be made authorising raid adminis trator to self the whole oi the rvai estate of said deceased at private sale. And (hat a dopy of thia order be published four sueeersive weeks in the Lbwistoh Tullkk nrwspapcf printed and published in said oounty. Attest : Wu. WING, Probate Judge? Dated »March 30, 1886. 26 «t. CONTEST, TIMBER CULTURE NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Mar. 30 1985. To John A. Smith. COMPLAINT having been entered at this office by Clarence Ö. Morey against Jehu A. Smith, for failure to coibdIy with law a* to timber culture entry Ne. 582, dated April ft, 1883, upon the awM »«Vk «H and nwl* twit see. 11, tp. 33 n r 6 w, in Nes Perce eoun fy, Idaho, with • view to the coupellation of raid entry; contestant alleging that said John A. Smith haa failed to break, plow nr cause to Kb broken, or plowed, five aerik of said traet within one year from date of entry, and that said breskiog or plowing has not been done at date of tho affidavit herein. Therefore the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at thia office on tho 8th day of May 1885» at lfi a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concern ing laid alleged failure. J. M, 11 OWE, N Register. S. C. HALE, W. B. COOPÎÔ HALE & COOPER, a -Dealers m aH kind* of- _ Shelf lïardw>rè, Crockery, Picture Frames, Mouldings Tt dertakers goods of all styles a fid qualities. ft t Un-» Lewiston, Idaho, January, 1st, 1885. ' 14* THE 150 STANDARD SHIRT IS STAMPED N.B.I 150 tine linen: OS ÎËE SKIRT OF EVERY «ARREIVÿ AND IS SOLD BY ALMOST ALL THE LEADING Men's Furnishing Goods Stores, Dry Goods Establish»#.,«« and Clothiers in the City. ««ment# Ask for (lie above Brand if you desire Good value. NEÜSÏADTER BROS. - ^ Manufacturer* FOR SALE BY J. 3?- VOLLMEE & CO BAR6AINSI ! _ BAB0AINS I The Largest and best assortment of ol ol sec 37 to FAL L I WINTER GOODS IN NORTH IDAHO, And now readjr for inspection ALEXANDER'S Come and he convinced. The Mw-mill nt thb boom of Ttymaster A Mead, three miles above Lewiston on the Clearwater, is now in operation and the proprietors will take pleaaure in showing customer» quality and prices of lumber. 40tf L. A. PORTEE A CO. REOPENED. C. E. FAUNCE. Has reopeffed in his old stand, on Main Street, and keeps constantly on hand the best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Remember the BLUE FROlSrU NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. E SCHULTZ LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Mar 18 1886. N otice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of hia intentiun to make final proof in support of his elaim and that said proof will be made at this ufflüe, oti April 24, 1885, 10 am., via; ErnsP Schult«, B8 255« luf A* ,4 uel« see ly. tp 37 n r 5 w. He names tbe following witnesMS to prove bis continuous residence up on, end cultivation of, said land, viz : E Marks C Meyer, C R Meyer, C Berber, of Unioipawii, ™ T. J. Ji. HOli'É 24 ^ Register. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS are hereby notified that I have this day emancipated and freed from all parental evntrol, my minor son, Marcus De Lay layette M ounce. T h*t he is benoeforth free te contract and be eentrpcted with, and that l will in no wise be responsible for any of his ob ligations or debts. ISAAC MOUN CE, Dated Mareh 17, I88S. 24 4w. STALLION "BRICK" THIS well known stallion will aland the coming season, commen-ing April 1st, Three days out of every nine he will be in Tammany Ilolluw, nnd thn bhlsneo of thn time nt my rsnoh : RINGLE LEAP - fi 7 «0 SEASON . . 19 «• INSURE -T I* 5« Hn ia a thorough Kentucky bred, draught horse ; a dark bay. 8years old thia spring and weighs 1,709 pounds'. Good pasturage at res runable rate». Ha will he kept by Fits Patrick. H. CRITES, 23-tft Lewiston, Idaho NOTICE FOB HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewirtcta, Idaho, Aprils' 1885. J A GRIMES NOTICE ia hereby give* that the following named eettler hae filed notice ef his intention to mat* anal proof in support or hia elaim and that said proof will ba moda before this oBoe at Lewiston I. T.on Mny lath 1885, James A. Grimes, one of tbe heirs of Mary B. Grimes, deceased, in behalf of all tho heirs, home 1529. for the w) sw!« see 23, wH nwVk s«-c 26 tp 31 • rüt. Ho names ths follewing witnesses to pros* his eontinnona •ion of aaid land, vis Brilhart J. Davison •Un. I. T. P. a. WINSTON, Jn. 27 * Register, _______ raidenoe upon and cultiva it N. H. Roberte. G. H. •ad J. Hutchison, of Juli REAL EST ATE FOR SALE.-The loi lowing real estate will be sold at reasonable rate» 160 acres.................. .3} miles from Lewiitoffi 4 .« " " a?..,. ............ 5 .. " " .................. ...54 •* »• ** ** ................. .. 5 « « " 320 •• ............... ...7 " " u 480 ■' ................. ...9 '' ■120 " .................. 320 " .................. ... 8 ...... 320 •• .................. 1«0 " ................. . ... ...... 1(10 " ................ ....12 ...... Knqnire of John W Denny, Lnwisten, I. T. LtTMBEB 1TARD. On fifth at. below Raymeffd Sens*. WiU keep od hand all kinds of Lumber, Common lumber 818, per thousand. John Bymaster. 27tf. Lc Elston, NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. W C KLINE. £ANl> OFFICE AT I.owistfin, I. T-, March 10. 1885. NÖTICE ia bereby given that the fcllewtof named settler hae Sled notice of hie intent»* lo make final prohf in support ol his clsim, a*« that' said proof will b* mad* at this o®*< • n April 17. 1885,10 *. m„ via : Walter C Kline, l»S 234Î for the eel« nw!« ett i«t ■» 19 tp 35 n r 5 fo. He uam* the following *»• nesses to prove hie aontinnoue reeidenee oP°V end cultivation of, enid land, via : W G Kroh J C Seott, H White, J K Vincent, of Lewis»*, Idaho. J. M. HOWE, 23 6t Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. L UÙOADB3. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Mar. 25 1884. , XT'OTICE Ig HEREBY GIVEN THATTHI IV following.named «etiler has filed nonse of hi, intention th make final proof ini supp of hii elaim, and that «aid proof will be »*»• before B F Morris, dopt diet elk 1st j««»«" dietriet at Mt Idaho. I. T.. on M.y ?• tOn. u> via: I-sender Rhoades, DS 21481)». the lote I and 2 and eH ne!« see3 tp 21 n 1 e. He names the following witnesses to pro hie enntiufiou* residenee upon, and euR*vat> of t»id laud« via; J Thoma*. H Chenoweth. a J Vannes*, R. Rice, nt Cottonwood. L J; J MHOWI 25 RegixtW-^ STALLION, Donald Jl Known as the Mock Horse, Will make thn season nt J. W. miles sonih of Lewiston, Monday*. T and Wednesdays of nwrh wank, sod 1 », 1 *7 t . many Uoll«» on Thursday nhd friffdf. •* "^DESCRIPTION. — Bright bay i high, weigh« 1.49» iba. well tail*. •• fo fin* traveler. The pedigree show.h«s'" (U-( , of fimt .lone Imported ciydeadal# Mo». a Morgan mar» or fin* brooding TERMS. — $12, insurance 28, singte leap- LE8TB* *