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ent ua etwir ernenn rafft. tu TMLLÉÈ kat tkt larytMt eircolati on •/ an y m Harde Idaka, THURSDAY'. .APRIL S3. 1984 VKftXjffiltCB WBCESB ART. Sues the completion of the Northern Pacific anal the Oregon Short Line to Huntington with the Baker City branch to the Columbia rirer, there hare been Counted numérota person* from the eaat and from the state* and territories ewt of the Kocky mountain«, veiy many pemona who seem to be wanderen, har ing no definite object in riew and no great amount of means of hrlihood, and we should judge from the decclopemeuts wade in their moremeots that they hare no great amount of moral reaponsibilily. They scatter thsoagh our ajarsly popu lated settlenicuu and appear to subsist upon the hospitality of the setUen with out work, roaming round from place to place a part of the time under the pre tcoae of looking for land, but we appre hend that land is not what they want. It is unfortunate for the innocent among them that there are so many who .gire evidence that they are not honest io ^ieir efforts to cither get land or employment. Oar people in this section hare generally been rid of that ehun of trampa, until the advent of the railroads. There is no doubt that many were induoed to come through the mining axeitements of Coeur d'Alenee and other mining campa, and fcpon arriving here hart been find claims that would pay them somet 1 as they expected, and hare become dis appointed and diaoouraged, and haring no meaaa to pay their way back, hare Mattered ont among the settlement« in hopes that would turn np that would of fer to them chances of making a good and honest living. But the labors inci dent to this country being entirely new to thorn, they could not adapt themselves to them and make money. Their moral responsibility in many cams has become greatly shaken, and every now and then there erepa instances of dishonesty and nekl ms n ma. Our people have become Tory suspicions of this character of wan deren who seem to hare no risible meaaa of acquiring a lirlihood. Wo hare no doubt that thé' present year will witness (ha eomiag of hundreds more of the mme clam, against whom we will hare to ho on the alert. It ocrer will do to allow this slum of people til find opportunity to font organisation*, whoao object wfil simply be to proy «pen At innoeent and industrious of our pepjnlstion. Our ex Mali** otfiesn should he man of rig! haw and nativity in ehoekmg every ten dency to organise bands for plunder, whether it bo in stealing «took or any other «lam of dspmdatioo upon the prop erty of others. Wherever the facilities for honest labor oaa be furnished to them wandere», it should be oo done; and by this means all oxcaao for theft will bo imn o r o d from thisclaas of wanderen, and whin i n ota n em of theft, either on a •matt ora large male, art brought to Ugh** the efioan should be rigUsnt and prompt in bringing the a tte nd it to jus tloa. That the ttroxgm who eosoa irom tho east may well understand that while wo are a «heritable and liberal people, waeaaaot, and will not eountenanee to M w tt mime fat our nHn. Oar. laws ore quite stringentjand they should be stringently eoforesd If they am not suA eieotly dsfiako sad eertaia they should hr mod* each Every small community tbooldbe vigiknt in this respect, and Mb so m the population is rapidly e h a n g iag irom tho «prim and honesty, Whieh prevailed strong tho settlers of this country. Laws have been enacted; hath judicial and executive oSeers have hont appointed and t m«fit*d in position to beeome effoctivo in prorating crime. W« îjb not need vigilance comsrittom and moh laws to prevent aims* if tho courts end ouentire ottom do their doty -promptly^ond faithfully, and in doing it, they will have the approbation and an eouragemcot of nineteen-twentieths of all the aettlm in tho eonntiy. Wo have nade these suggestion*, not only for tho hanbCt ofthms who may indiaed to do tTroog, but to strengthan (hr determina tion and vigilance of all who am dbposfd 'Tho Oregoa democrats represent the president that they a claetian of a dearoerat tot io tjha senate, if the pr midi nt will eertaia obooxioua mpnbHeaoa from who am wring their mnhioaa to II repuhfioaa me n t or. The preside* wants thorn to ho Ms eifi e in their ehoigm against those eSoem and snstoia thorn hfl»** Tho p t snd unt baa motored to the Win Éahogo.the Chow and 8iou Indiana % fcaeb, which had been thrown open to & pnhtte dmmdain violation of the treaty of April 29, 1868, declaring that larrAng to that treaty tho pmoidom oanld not throw thorn lends epan to sot a of Synopais of trie Proceeding» of trio Board of County Commissioners, April Term 188S. FIRST DAY, APRIL 13tH. The board of county commismoncn of Net Perce coonty, territory of Idaho met to-dsy, pursuant to law; present, David Spurkcck, David Notman and James M. McGregor, county Commission en*. David Hpurbeck, chairman of the board sod I. C. Ilattabaugb, clerk. It was ordered that an ad valorem property tax be levied for the fiscal year of 1885 on all property io Nez I'ercc county, Idaho Territory, not exempt by law, as follows: Idaho Territory, twcu ty-fivo cent* on each one hundred dollars of taxable property. Nes Perce county property tax, general school fund, sixty cent*. Nes Perce county fund, sixty cent*. Hospital fund ten cents. Bridge fund fiiWen cents. Also that a percupita tax of three dollars each, be levied for territorial and county purposes, a* by law provided. The reports of rood viewers were taken and.passed to the first reading, ns follows, vis: The reports of C. H. Hpurbock, L. Jain, George Pollctt, J. J. Keane, 8 . Johnson, Knot Larson, J. Alexander and P. II. Howe, read viewers. No further business coming on to be heard, meat was made till 9 o'clock A. April 14th. SECOND DAT. Present as before: The board pro ceeded to take final action in the matter of the report of road viewers read on yesterday as follows, vis: In tho matter ot the report of C. H. Spurbeck, L. Jain and O. M. Pollett, to view out a proposed county road iu the vicinity of Jacob Kambitchs premises. A remonstrance haring been filed was at this time pre and duly considered; there being no reason given for oposing said proposed road, and it also appearing that several of the remonstrants did not live in the vicinity of said road, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the board that the va rions provisions of the road law had been complied with in the nutter of viewiug said rood, it was ordered that said report be approved, and the said road be do e county road end opened accord, ing to law, and that the old road be va eated. Report of J. Alexander and P. H. Howe, viewer» for a county road in the vicinity of Miles D. Smith, was ap proved, and aaid road was declared a county road. In the matter of the peti tion of Ingreall Smith et al. for county rond commencing at a point on the Lew iston and Moscow stage road, in town ship thirty-eight north r four west; re port of the viewer* being favorable there to and P. T. Johnston, A. Matheson and Louis Shahs having filed applications for damages in the event of opening aaid road, it was ordered that James Demott, ■ VHUy lit WH UIUCICU tfiMM* WdUlCB 1/CIHUll, H. C. J. Tweedt and Garrot Van Hum bn appointed appniaen to asseau the dam ages, if any, to m sustained by the said parties and report to the board on or be fore the 11th day of July A. D. 1885. In the matter of the petition of W. D. Rowland, et. al. for a county road oommoociog at a point one-fourtn mile north of tho eontsr of see. 90, in tp 40 and terminating at Davis Bros.' aaw-mill in see. 34. It appearing to the satisfac tion of the board that the law had been oomptted with in tho matter of said peti tion. It wa» ordered that A. A. J. Frye, John Moore and Geo. Brovoer be ap pointed viewers to examine said proposed road and report to the clerk on or be fore July 11th, 1885. In the matter of the road petition of P. W. Snyder and others for a county road commencing at the n. e. corner of aw. 33 tp 38 r 4 w and to intersect the Genosse and Potlatch road. It appearing to the satisfaction of the board that the law had been complied with, it was or dcred that T. E. Miller, Neb Johnson and Boo man be appointed viewers. In the nutter of the petition of John N. Burns nod others for n county road com mencing at a point on tho county rood at the Bone mill on Big Potlatch creek andjmasinKthrough the premises of R. Hoffman, Everhart, thence intenwoting the pubtio goad on tho school section. It •wearing to tha satisfaction of the board twit the Saw bad bora complied with it wm ordered that G. W. Walke, S. B. Southwick end W. 8. Freeman be ap pointed viewers to enamine seid nal. In the matter of the petition of F. M. Meaning and others, for county road in vicinity of the ferry known as Manning * Vilen' ferry. It appearing to tho board that the law had been com plied, J. N. Lindsay, W. B. Cooper nnd 8. C. Thompson were appointed viewers, and to report to the clerk on or before July 11th, 1885. la the matter of the petition of C. Schornhont end others for a county road commencing at a certain bridge near Per», key's residence. The law having been complied with, Wm. Vernon, Thomi Mason and Thomas Ingwall were ap pointed viewers to examine said proposed road. Iu the matter of the petition of 0. Wahl, ek al. for a change in the road known as the Genesee and Potlatch road in-tho vicinity of the land of L. Jain Harrison, the law having been Wm. Gray, Peter Jack . Gibb were appointed view, ■aid prop need road. In of the petition of M.C. Freese for a county road eotBmeno of aw 20 tp. 42 n r 5 road near Holmes saw having been complied Kelch, H. Smith nnd were appointed viewer* proposed road, of the petition of W. J. Robinson and othera, for county road in rieinity of Farmington, commencing at tho Idaho line, terminating at Pine Creek Idaho. The law haring bean complied with, Hen. J. P. Quarles, K. Rector and John Cummings »rare appointed viewer» to examine said road. In the matter of the petition of Wm. Vernon, ek el. for ■ eonnty road commencing at a print on the Le wist so and Genesee road and in taraaetiag the eonnty road leading to ttmrwater above the boom; The kw having been complied with, L. Jain, G. W. Follett and D. B. Markham were appointed viewers to examine said pro posed road. In the matter of the petition of Mike Driscold and othera for a county road commencing at a point near Driscold's running to county road in dist. 20; also a branch road commencing at Joseph Driscold'* } sec. thence through Stephen Driscold'», forty acre* and intersect with the within described cpnnty road. The law haying been complied with, 8. \V. Bighatu, At. Roberta and II. Drillhart were appointed viewer* to examine said proposed road. Adjourned till the 15th. [Continued next week.] A statement made by an exchange that the Union Pacific would not com pete with the Northern Pacific in bidd ing for a lease of the 0. K. k N. Com pany's lines, is significant of a purpose on the part of the Union Pacific, of the fact that she does not want this property, considering it of not much value to her, or that she ho* no fear that the N. P. will lease this property to the disadvant age of the Union Pacific. If the N. P. tukAt the lease the U. 1*. has still the al. tentative "of building her own projected line down Snake river, thence on to the Sound, or down the Columbia as she may choose. The only fear the people of this section of country need have, is, that the N. P. and U. P. will form some combination that will not allow eompeti tion on traffic rates, so as to bring freights down to a living basis ior the producers, before the opening ol the Co lumbia aitd Snake rivers to continuous navigation of freight steamer» to the sea. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. U. A. WARD. LAND OFFICE AT Lawiiton, I. T., April 18 188». NOTICE la Lareby giren that the following named settler haa filed notice of hie intention to make final proof in lupport ol hit claim, and that asid proof will bo mada at tbt* oflios, on Hay 30th 1RS», ris: Henry A Ward D8 22S4 lor tbs awl» roc 8 tp 86 a r 6 w, H. M. Ho name* the foilawing w itnc- at a to prove hla eontinuou* residence upon and cultivation of said Und. via: II, Sampson. C. C. Sampson, B. F. Vaughn of Qsnesue, I. T., A. Norris of Lewis tun, I. T. P. H. WINSTON. Jn. 29-6t Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. WM 0. KROH. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston I. T.,April 22 188». N otice is hereby oiven that the followtax named settler ha* filed notice ef his intention to meko final proof in support ol hi* nlaim nnd thnt *aid proof will he made at thia office un June filh '885, via: William O Kroh, DS 2888. fur the lot* 1, 2. 8. see 5 tp 34 n r » w and swlfi teQ *eo 82 tp 8» n r 5 w. Ua namea the following wltue**ea to prove hie eonlinuoue residence upon end eultivelion of euid land, via: M. M. Arant, J. K. Vincent, W. C. Kline end D. C. Lester, all of Lewiaton, l. T. P. H. WINSTON. Jn.. 29 Regiater. IMPORTANT TO ROAD TRACTORS. CON SEALED PROPOSALS, for the repair ef the following described rued eitunted in Nea Perec eonnty IT., will be received from tbi* date until 10 o'clock, n. in. May 1st 1*85: Commencing at the Sam Lewie ferry on the Clair w, tor river, nnd running thence np the north tide of end along aaid rivor to tha month ot Big Potlatch crock; aaid road being about un milea in length. Said dareribod road to be put in good repair and oondiiion for travel lor wagona sad team* and completed according to « lane and speelfieatlons on fila in my office. he right to reject any and all bid* i* referred. The work when completed to be acoeptcd by n eommithe eoatiatiug of B. W. Cameron, E. Baird and R. J. Monroe. By order of board of county oommisaioners, I. C. Uattebangh, elerk. » 29-2w Redemption *f Warrants. NOTICE le hereby given that all unpaid eonnty warrants regiatared between January '2th 1870 and January 2d I$84 will be paid on prerantetion at county trenrarer'e office. liter art will ocart on abuve deeeribed warrant* after thi* date. P. M. DAVIS, County treasurer. Lewieton, I.T. AptU 23<1 IS85. 29-8 M ORTUAQK SUMMONS. In the District Court of tbe Fint Judicial Dia triot ef Idaho Territory, No* Perce County. John Welegerbor and C. Wtlagvrbtr. oo-part ner* under the firm same of Weiegerber Brother«, plaintiff», va. William Hyatt ana Newton F. Hyatt aad W. J. McConnell, dé fendent*. To William Hyatt, How ton F. Hyatt and W. J. JfcCoan.U, dtfendanli: In the name of the people of the United, State* la the Territory of Idaho: Yon ere hereby required to appear in an notion brougta. égalait yon by the ebor, named plaintiff, in tan Dirtrijt Coart of tha Pint Judical Dbtnet of tha territory of Idehi, in and for tho county of Not Pane end to nnawer tho complaint (lad therein within tea day, («xelniive of th, day of rarvioc) altar tha rarvlaa an you of Ibis rain man,—if „read within tbu eounty; or if rarvad ant of thi, oounty, bat in thi, district, within twenty day,; othorwiao within forty day*—Kir judgement by default will be taken egaiott y»u neeording to the prayer or raid ooiaplaiat. The raid action ia brought to obtain n dooreo of thir eonrt, for the foreclosure of two oertaia mort gagee described ia the raid complaint, and ex ecuted by the raid defendants, William Hyatt aad Newton t. Hyatt on the 29th day or Mar. A. D. 1884 to eeeure tho payment of 2 eor t.ia premiaery notai, executed hy them, via: One ia favor of Weiagorber Bros, fur $329 with lauréat at I Ig per Met per month from datnso til paid, sad $80 ntt'ya fees, in the event of rail to collect the lame, the other la faeor of I. N. Maxwell, end hy him duly eesigned to plain tiff*. for $159. with lauréat et 1H per cent per month from date uetil paid and a reasonable attorney's fee in the event ef raitte eolleot the came that tbe premiees conveyed by nid mort, gage may he raid, aad the preoeedv applied to the payment of said prom leery note, with the aeerued ieuroat, tbe attorney fern a* specified therein nnd the ooeU and oxpensM of th-s reit, nnd ia esse each proceeds ere net anfleiral to pay the rame, taon to obtain an execution against mid William Hyatt ard Newton Hyatt for the balance remeioiag due, and alto that the raid defiradeaU and nil persona claiming by, through or nnder them may be burred aid fore closed of ell right, title, eleim, lieu, equity ef redemption, and Interact ia end to raid mort gaged premises, cud for ether and farther re lief. Aad yen are hereby notified that, iryoa fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required; the plaintiffe will apply to the mart fer the relief demanded in the raid complaint. OIVEN under my baud and the reel ef the district écart of the Irrt Judicial die [ntl] trial ef the territory of Idaho, la and fer the eoeaty ef Nes Perea tkio 14th day ef April. A. D. 18*». H. SQUIBB, I. if. Maxwell attorney for plaintiff*, 28 6w. MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. AARON TETZLAFF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho April 14 1*85 N otice is hereby given that the following named settlor ha* Fled jotioa of hi* intention to make final pro*! In lapport of hl» claim, and that aaid preaf will bn mada at thia u III re on Nay iönd 18#», via: Aaron Teulnff DS a«», for tho at aw I* *eo 24 w H nw T ire 25 tp 39 n r 2 w. Ua name* the fol lowiog witneeeee to prove his eontinuou* resi dence upon nnd cultivation of aaid land, vie: O. II. Niehol*. C. Beyer, A. McKee nml D. Ousterbout, all of Joliatta. t- T P. U. WINSTON. Jn. 28 Regiater. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. J. R. HILLS LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho,April 15 1885. NOTICE I* hereby giren that the following named Killer be* filed aetieo of hi* intention to rnikff fin«] proof in »apport of bit el »im »»<* thint »aid proof will be m»d» befort E, P» nr, J. P. »t Be*r Creek precinct, on May Itith 1M85.w John R. Hill». DS. 2188. forth» ne U »co 2* tp SO n r 2 w. He naine» the fol lowing witneMe» to prove bl» continnou» re#i dence *?pon and cultivation of e»id lend, vi»: J. H. Ven Horn, P. O. Bebcock, Wm. Stewart and Jubn Furrow of Juliette. I. T. P. H. WINSTON, J«. 2B R fi»ter. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, i. T., April 8 1885. JAMES DEACON. N otice is hereby given that the followlag-named »eitler b»s filed notice of bis intention to nmbe final proof in »apport of his claim and that »aid proof will be o*»de »t this office on M»j 18th, 1885, vi*: Jeoie» Deacon, borne 15TiO, for the lot* 1 end 2»i nwii ree 18 tp 86 n r & w. B. M. lie name* tbe following wit nausea to prove hi* C4*ntinuout re» idenec upon nnd cultivation of »»id Und, vi*: R. Had «y, Oeo. D, Finn of I ewUton, Idaho, John Fitzgerald and Geo. Bulwiitkel of Gene* Idaho. P. H. WINSTON. J». 27 Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewlrton, I. T.. April 8 1885 FRANCIS LA BOLE. N otice is hereby given that the following named »ettlcr he* filed notice of hi» intention ti make final proof in «upport of hi* claim, and that »aid proof will be made at thia office on May 10th 1885, vis: Franci* La Bole home 1018 for the loi 4 a »e Î4 »w \ w H •eV see *H0 tp 88 n r 2 w. lie name* the fid lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: William Buoye, Charles Hoffman, Michael Mann» Rost, lloffman, of Cameron, I. T. F. II. WINSTON, Jn. 2T Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOf. N e LAND OFFICE AT Lewieton. Idaho, Mir. 31 It-85. L. METCALFE. OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT THE following named settler baa filed notice of hi, intention to make Inal proof in rapport of hi, olaiia, nnd thnt raid proof will be made at thia offloe en Moy 8 1*85, 10 a. m. via; Lauohlia Metcalfe DS 1767 for the e| ralfi ko. 17 tp* 38 n r 6 w end lot 4 end eel *w !» Me 7 tp 30 n r » w. He nun«« the fallowing wltnoara, to prove hi, eontinnon, revidence upon nnd cul tivation of raid land, via: A. P. Cooper, ef Uaieatowa W. T-, J. N. Burae of Julietta. 0. Headrick ef fleneeee, I. T. 0. Ruddy ef Lewiaton, I. T. J. M. HOWE. °8 Kvgiiter Order to Show Cause. In the Probate Court, of the County ef Nea Perec, Idaho Territory, a the matter of the w- ] Ute of \ Order to Show Cause Jehu Tackey decanted, j B Fix, the administrator ot the ci tato of John Tnekey, deoeered, har ing filed hi, petition herein, dnly verified pray ing for an ordor of rale of tha real «täte of raid deceased, for the purpose, therein vet forth. It is therefore ordered by tbe said eonrt, that all parions intonated in raid estate ap pear before the raid probate eourk on Monday, the 27th day of April, 1**5, at V9 o'eloek. A. M., of said day. at the eourt room of raid court in the City of Lewieton, I. T.. to show eeuee why an order should not bu granted te raid ad ministrator to nil nil the real caUU or raid es tate of said deceased at publie rale. Aad thnt a eopy of thi, order be published at least once per week for four raooesiire week, in the Lswiitox Tullku, n new,paper printed end published in raid eonnty. AtUst : Wu WINS, to 4t Probate Judge. Done in open eourt, March 27,1885. PALACE SALOON. F. Rom, proprietor, Keeps constantly on hand p The A No. 1. Cotter Whiskey. ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS. Martel and Htnnety Brandie» for family wee. CUTTER OlUARS FASDION LAD1R8 and CHILDREN'S BAIR CUT TINO a SPECIALTY. HOT aad COLD BATHS, At all heure. Rasore ahorpeued. comfort: hie chain aad polita barton. *8-*" A. ROUX. Proprietor. H. C. BROWN, —DEALER nr GENERU MERCNMDISE *T. KBAHO. The Best «**i» at Ln Price» 41« MISCELLANEOUS. X eu er » ST cB » X S3 ss fid « c - » X es es ss S. o o £9 98 æ ÏÈ» 98 If NOTICE FOR rREMPTION PROOF J C HANSON. LAND OFFICE AT Lewieton, I. T. Mar 25 1885. N otice is hereby given that the following named «cttler bits filed notice oi hi* intention to make final proof in support ol hi claim, and that said proof will be mad«» at thi* office on May 6, 1885.10 a. m., James C Hanson. D3 2812 for the oH ne^ »ec 24 tp 87 n r 5 w and lots 4 and 5 seo HI tp 37 n r 4 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cul tivation of. said Lad, viz : G N Hollister J Matson, W Evans, U C J Tweedt, of Gene see, I. T. JM.110WE, 25 'Register. J. PHILIPI MERCHANT TAILOR. Next door to Rowley *» Tin Shop Catting and'Fitting a Speciality. Cleaning and Repairing Done. For neat work dene on short notion and nt raasouabla prices dont fail to giva him a call. 25-tf. Notice to Creditors. Estate of W D WARDWKLL, Deceased. NOTICE i, hereby given by the under signed administrator of tho abura named citate to tha ereditur, of, and nil pertnna having claim, against said deceased, tu exhibit tha same, with tbe necessary voucher*, within tan months from tbe publication of this notion to tha uoderaigned, et hi, uffioc, in the C.ty of Lewiitea. RICHARD J. MONROE, to 4t Administrator. Lewiaton, I. T., April 1, 1885. Order to Show Cause In the Probate. Conrt, of the County of Nea Parce, Idaho Territory, at dumber,. Iu the mutter of the u- | tote of l Ordert» Show Caauie T M Beeklaud descend j John H. Evan,, tha adminUtrator of tha es tate of T. W. Buoklaob, dec eared, basing filed hi, petition heroin duly verified, praying for nn order of rale or the reel «täte of .aid deceased, for tha purpoa« therein rat forth, it ia there fore ordered hy tha judge of aaid court that all peraons interested iu raid «täte, to and appear before the raid court, ou Wodnscdcy the 20th day of April, 188», nt 10 o'clock A. M. of raid, at the court room of raid court in the City of Lewia'on, I. T., te (how cause why an ordor iheuld not be made authorising raid adminis trator te «II the whole of the nal estate of aaid deceased at private rale. Aad that a eopy ef this order be published four PuocMsire weeks in the Luwiavou TgLi.au n newspaper printed and published in raid county. Attest : Wu. WINS, Probate Judge. Doted March 39, 1883. 28-lt. CONTEST, TIMBER CULTURE NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT Lswirtoa, Idaho, Mar. 30 1885. Ta Jehu A. Smith. COMPLAINT having toon entered at Util •Mea by Clarenoc U. Morey egaiast Jaha A. Smith, fer failure to comnlv with law as to timber culture entry Na. 582. dated April ». 198$, upon tha aw la nig iQ cwQ aud owl* •wifi sea. II. tp. 33 a r5 w, la Nes Perce coun ty. Idaho, with a view to the eoonellatioa of raid eatry; eentutant alleging that raid John A. Smith has failed to break, plow or oanw to to broken, or plowed, five sores of raid tract withia one year from dele ef entry, and that sold breaking or plowing bu uet toon dont at data of the affidavit heraia. Therefore the said parti« ore hereby summoned to appear at thia offi« oa the 8th day of May 1985, at 19 a »■. te reepead and furnish testimony ounceru ing raid alleged failure. J. M. HOWE, Register. for Ura "Cera" Plow, Acme Harrow. Hoooser Drill, Btudabxker Wagon Homier aad Hollinguworth Hay Rakes, "Osborne" Harvesting machinery, "Com" Header and Threa hing Machines, and also for repair* far »hove mentioned machiner go to A Quockenbnth, 28 tl S. C. HALE, . W. B. COOPfÏT HALE & COOPER, ' -Dealer» in aO kind« of Shelf Hardware, Crockery, Picture Frames, Mouldings TJ * dertakers goods of all styles and qualities. " ' n ' Lewiston, Idaho, January, 1st, 1&85. Ht THE 150 STANDARD SHIRT IS STAMPED N.B. 150 TINE LINEN. Olh TOE SKIRT OP EVERY Ci ARMENT AND IS SOLD BY ALMOST ALL THE LEADING Men's Furnishing Goods Stores, Dry Goods Establish™»,,. and Clothiers in the City. »««ament* Ask for the above Brand if you desire Good value NEUSTADTER BROS. - • Manufacturers FOR SALE BY J. I> VOLLMER & CO BARGAINS 11 BARGAINS I The Largest and best assortment of FALL 1 WINTER GOODS. IN NORTH IDAHO, And now readj for inspection A/F J. ALEXANDER'S Come and be convinced. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. B SCHULTZ LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Mar 18 1885. N otice is hereby oiven that the following named settler has filed notice a! his intention to make final proof in support of hi, claim aad that (aid proof will ba made at tbi, offi«, on April 24, 1885, 19 a.m., ris: Ernst Sohnlts, DS 2557 (or the wH tielfi seo 1$, Ip 87 n r J v. Ho names tbe f«lh wing witnesses to prove bis continuous residence up on, and cnltivation of, said land, vis : E Mark» C Mcyar, C R Mayor, C Bergor, of Uniontowd, W. T. J. M. HOWE. $4 Register. STALLION "BRICE." THIS well known stall-ton will stand tbe coining Mason, commencing April 1st. Three days ont of every nine ha will be in Tamtuany Hollow, nnd the balança of the time at my ranch : SINGLE LEAP - $ 7 DO SEASON - -10 (III - INSURE . , 13 g» n. la n thorough Kentucky bred, draught horse ; n dark bay, 8 years old this spring and weighs 1,709 pounds. Good pasturage at res •onabla rates. Ha will ba kept by Fits Patrick. H. CRUTES, 23-Vt Lewiaton, Idaho M OKTQAGE SUMMONS. In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis trict of Idaho Territory, Nea Perce eounty. Tbo Second National Bank of Colfax, plaintiff, va. Christopher Taylor and Wm. Shefflar. de fendant*. To Cknetopktr Taylor aad Wm. Skeffler, de fennanle: In tha name of the people of tha United Statu in tha territory ot Idaho: You are here by required to appear in nn action brought against you hy tha above named plaintiff, in the Di.tliet Conrt or the First Judieiel District of the Territory ef Idaho, in end foi the ooanty of Nos Per« nnd to nnawer the complaint filed therein within tan day« (exclusiv« of the day ofaervice) altar tha service oa yon of this sum mons—if Mrvsd within thi. eonnty; or, if «rvad out of this oounty. but in thia dittric', within twenty day,, otherwise within forty day*—or judgement by default will ba taken against yon, according to tha prayer a» laid complaint. Tha raid notion is brought to ob tain a decree ot thi, eonrt, for the foraeloanre sf a certain mortgage described in the aaid ema Î laint, and executed by the raid Chiiatopher nylor in raver ol Thomas Humphrey, an tbe 2!lth day of October, A. D. 1883, to Meure the payment ef n eerinin promisory note for tSuO, with intend from Out. 2<Jth 1883, till paid, at the rata of IJ per oeut per month, and a rea sonable attorney fee in ease rail is institutes te eolleot nay portion ef raid note, that tha prem ie« conveyed by raid mortgage may be told nnd tha pree«di applied to the payment of aaid note, accrued interest and attorneys fees, be •id« the ousts and eapenaw of this action, and in ease sack proceeds are not sufficient to pay the rame, then te obtain an execution against said Christopher Taylor for the bal >ace remain ing dae. and also that tbe raid defendants end nil perreae claiming by, through or under them may to barred end foreclosed or nil right, title claim, leia, equity of redemption, and interest in nnd te raid mortgaged premia«, aad for other end fort her relief. Aad yon are hereby notified that if you foil te appear and answer the raid complaint, as above required; the raid plaintiff will apply to the eourt for the relief da rn aided iu the laid eomplaiut. GIVEN under my hand and the «ni of tbe District Court of the First Judicial [**aij District of the Territory of Idaho, in and lor tbe eounty of Nos Parce this 7th day ef April, A. D. 1885. H. 8QUIKR, . Clerk. J. Read and Sullivan and Wellard nnd Sulli van. att'ys for plnintiff. 28-0w BEAU ESTATE FOR SALE.—The fol lowing real estate will be gold at reasonable rates ICO acres,...................3J miles from Lcwistoa 320 480 320 320 320 180 160 .....................54 10 —12 Enqoire of John W. Denny, Lewiston. I. LUMBER On fifth et* below. Raymond Houta* Will keep od hand all kind» of Lumber, Common lumber $18« per thouffanJ. Ail order* left with J. B. Menu my, io Lewiston will be promptly filled. John By master. Le Alston, 27tf. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PR:0F. I. RHOADES. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Mar. 2» 1884. N 'OTICE 18 HERfcBY GIVEN THAT THE folio* ing named settler ha, filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in rapport of hie claim, and that raid proof will be made before B F Morris, dept dirt oik lit judicial district at Mt Idaho. I. T.. on May 9. 18*5. 10 n. m. vis: I vender Rhoades, D8 2148 far (he Iota 1 nnd 2 and ,1» ne 1 » »«3 tp 31 n r I e. He names the following witnesses to prove his oontinuous residence upon, and eultivelion of raid lend, via: J Thomas. H Cbcnoweth. A J Vannua, R. Rice, ol Cottonwood. 1. T. J MHOWE 25 Regiater. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. STEPHEN HILLS. LAND OFFICE AT Lewieton, I. T., April 15 1885 N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler has filed notice of hie intentiou to moke final proof in support of hit claim and that raid proof will be made before R. P. Drury, J. P, nt Bear Creek pro einot, on May 2*th, 1885, via: 8tephen Hills, 8. 1*37 for the nlfi «wifi si» nwifi •« 29 tp 39 n r 2 w. He names tha following witness« to prove hie erntinuoao residence upon sod cultivation of said lend, via: W. M. Stewart, John Fnrrow, A. V. hlUry and W. Whitley, of Julietta, I T P. U. WINSTON, Jn. 28 6t Register. STALLION. Donald Jr. Known as the Mock Horse, Will make the season at J. W. Rigby '«. two mil« sonih of Lewitton, Mondays, ToesdsJ» nnd Wednesdays of eseh week, end iu Taui manyUollow on Thanday sad Friday, of seen " wfecRIPTION. — Bright toy. 17 bend« high; weighs 1,49» lbs, wrt| built, active end . fine tiB'eler. The pedigrfe show« his sire to to of first ein« imported Clydeadale »took, da«*, n Morgue mere of tea kraedieg qualities TERMS. — »12, insurance. * 10 L, , **1 $8, tingle leap. LESTER A RIGBY ?V