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THE lewistos teuer.
CITY ANu COUNTY OFFICIAL PA?:R.
The TULL Eli has thr largest circulation
anu paper in \or(h l<iaho.
What i3Tan iuicroad pros
FECT IN THR WEST?
Considerable is tii w being said an,mu
railrord men and ih.-ir attach and i lie
newspapers and the people in the dill r
cot communities in tbc west, in regard in
railroad construction in tbc west tli cn
Ming^car. The Northern i'aciiie has
its programme announetd, which j.rc
grammeis constantly being changed in
several particulars, and what to the pub-1
lie appears almost certain of fulfillment
at any early date is soon changed to some
thing else not so certain. The O. I! A
N. company have made several demon
strations of late which show a purpose to
do considerable construction work the en
suing year, but precisely where, beyond
the roads already begun, no one seems to
know definitely, outside the managers of
the csmpauy, and we ate informed that
even they are hesitating, and that their
lnovemonts will in some measure he de
pendent upon the prospective program of
the lines of other corporations. The
Chicago North-Western has been strik
ing westward and sue .ns determined to vie
with others for the western traffic by
roads of their own extending to the Pa
cific. The Canadian Pacific, which now
has connection with the Pacifie, is not
content, but threatens to connect their
foad with other localities outside of tli •
dominion, laterally down the Pacific
Coast country, and cater for the traffic
from the people of the IT. S. on tli : sli ires
of the Pacific. The Union Pacifie having
found out that their lease of the (>. K. A
N. so confidently proclaim *d as a fixed
and certain project, and one that was to
give them such advantages in having a
through line, is about to be a failure, it
not a total failure, and promises no ad
Vantage to them, have at this late day re
solved to extend the construction of
their Short Line further west and into
the productive eastern country of Oregon
the l'ino creek mines and to several oth
er rich localities of the west the ensuing
jrear, which purpose they should have
continued progressing at the time of the
construction of th.-ir line at or near
Huntington, instead of expecting to g* t
advantage of the O. U A N. company
by colluding with thorn and abandoning
work on their own line. The financial
condition of the Union Pacific was ol
fered as an excuse for stopping work at
that time. But to any one who has been
an observer of events here in the west,
the Union Pacific has lost prestige in the
northwest by this suspension of work
westward, and contenting themselves
with the Baker City route to Portland
owned by the O. U. A N. It has given
the O, R. A N. time and opportunity to
cover by their own roads, country which
otherwise would have been providod fur
by the Union Pacific with their Short
Line. The Northern Pacific is now
pushing a branch from its main lino to
die same country to compete with
the O. R. N. company for the traffic ol
this country, which would have been the
4eld of the Oregon Short Line could they
have acted with promptn ess alter they
had finished their survey down Snake
river from Huntington. Both the press
and people here urged expedition in the
Work, forseeing the result of a delay.
The Union Pacific have been too slow
for the emergencies of eastern Wash i tu -

1 -e-i'i

u.n and North Idaho, and the Or.gon
Short Line managers will find tlwir mis
Uke, if they bave not already found it
out. They have not yet lust all by
delay if they move with dispatch,
Again there are now three organ
ixationa for the purjxise of building ship j
railways around the Dalles of the Uolutu !
bia, so os to give us with the canal aud ;
locks at the Cascades, open 4 stcambost !
transit front the upper -»n ike as far as ^
the mouth of the Grand Ronde to the
aaa, and trout Priest Rtpids on tho Co
lutnbia. This project has of late as-1
MKned a formidable character, urd j
bid^ fair to ho completed as soon as
the locks at tho Cascades are c implcted
The StJnditrd s Dalles correspouJent of
Jan. 4, says: j
''Thereis all kinJsof stories afki.it about
the ship railway portage from Rock laud
to Celilo. Three parties ol engineers are
In the field aurveyiug the route «imn low
er navigation to the upper river. The
O. R. & N. Co. have already employed
Chinamen who are now grading the road
bod. Should they be able to get the
right-of-way, we may say farewell to the
Fall river project. IDwever, the Walla
Walla company are putting ir. the same
big licks, and we hope for their success."
Henry McCartney,- engineer, tells the
Union that, "lie has surveyed a rou:e on
tho Washington side around the obstrue- J
tion at The Dalles, which is thirteen!
miles long. Mr. MeC arfQRy sjys the
Wen who organized the Washington ;
Ilailwar and Navigation Company have
3tn
i navigation Company li ire
land intend to build the roads and |
jJpCon boats at an early djtr." And the ,
■ »—
t U l\X It. .1 h- Tr.
that n !It-'U-aiiT
iliffi-nnt I rtiiy.
!>•-'> «•»« Wash
| f„ r
( ,. l( t j 1 it t | ,
I'ni-m further says in its telegrams
follows:
P<inland, .tan. -—
•it the b >t authority,
m n nr.' building tli
roads around the Case
j ingt.m side.
j We might mention that several other
l ia -i a t s f r i .1 i !r -ad emistru -timt arc ■ n t lie
!...
t lj i- V.lli h hi' fair t I cl--:lt a sell-ali 11
ih " cmiiing year in th Paeilie si le in
lb ■ ii irihwest. \Vh r • a!! the in, tiey i
to come fn-ni to do I Li- w rk must lie
from e.i-t of I be Rockies, and we at,
inni-lily inciitied to the I ; ini n that our
eastern n ighbors within the two years!
last p ist now h id b- en suffi i nt et i letieeol
i.ur natural r s or- es to exp. n 1 their su i■
plu- in-co y in taking adventures in the
we-t; tli it what we have bu ll 1 Hing
las ii >t bet-n all •'wild
illy setll-Ts wlio have
made li-nnes here llmusan Is of miles
from the luxnri - of eivilizati -u an 1 suf
fered the privations incident to a n- w
country, had just conceptions of what
this country w-nilT become when peojiled
and supplied with railroad facilities and
other ni -ans of transition, and interchange!
with other parts of the woild Truly it
may be said of us now. "Westward the
star of empire takes its way." With the
present contemplated lines of travel from
east to west, we may expect changes in
our condition as dwellers on this north
west eoast, ni-ire rapid and mere peruia
tient than We ever cone ived in our wild
eat dreams.
OOV. STEVENSON.
We lake the following from what a
Union reporter gave lo that p iper, after
interviewing the (Jovernur on his return
from Lewiston.
The reporter asks:
"Governor, tww about the report pub
lished in the Journnl, that you went to
North Idaho to Work up a feeling against
annexation?" asked the rep rtcr.
"I did not see the article you refer to.
but I may say there is no truth whatever
in the assertion. 1 went up north sim
ply to visit many old triinds. I have
lor many years believed that those peo
ple should be allowed to do as they please
in that matter. No. I never even men
tioned the subject to any one."
"Did you visit the several towns in the
northern portion of your Territory?"
"I did not; while I intended to go up
as far as Mt. Idaho, I was dotered io so
doing on account of bad roads." *
******
"Governor, h >w do the Idaho people
feel about the admission of Idaho? I
see there has been a bill iutr. oucud with
fimt object."
"Well, you see, the bill was intro
duced by your delegate, Mr. Voorhees.
No one who has the least ucijuaintamc
with our people, would ever introduce
such a bill. There are not twenty nun
in the Territory d -siring the admission ol
Idaho as a State. We think that Dele
gate Hailey Is cuipetent to attend out
wants."
CONCERNINO THE
K1VLR
COLUMBIA
Washington, Jan. 5.—Tho rcsnlu
tiun off.-red in th-.- S nato to day, ami
a-Jnpted, T- luting t i traiispnrtation
cli irgos, roi-iti-.- in jirvutublt; that the Col
umbia and its tributaries drain a grazing
and ugrieultral region of unsurpassed
fertility, as large as Germany or France;
that freight clurg'«- on wheat from Tin
Dalles tu Portland, eighty miles, are
twelve cents a bushel, and tor another
distance of 21 1 miles are eighteen cents
a bushel. It declares such charges ex
orbitant and ruinous to the produce, and
instructs the committee on transportation
routes to inquire into them and the prop
! er measurer uf relief, and also as to t, e
| i u|wrt:incB 0 f thu ipwl , com
ti»U of
ami
adopted to
the canal aud | wk , at tho Cascades,
of th(f p r , )ptfr means to be
overcame obstructions at The Dailcs.
■ ■ -■
j APOaTAOG COUPANT
! _
; Walla Walla, Dec. 30._ The
! Farmers' Railway, Navigation and Steam,
^ boat Durtagc company lias been organized
hero by B. L. Shurpstciu, F. W. l'aine.
Max Baumeister, J. L. Binghant and D. t
W. Small, to build a portage around The I
Dilles obstruction and build other rail
roads in the territory. They ha^e made
a location from a point opposite Celilo to
a point opposite The Dalles, The O. H.
,t N. claims prier location, but it was nut
recorded within the r--ijui-it.- twelve
„t-mths. -P. Shnd ird.
^ ' __
The Destination- —A M -rirnin vo
man who committ 'd perjury recently in a
trial ut S.tlt Like, i xeus.w herself to an
„ . ih» ..r.,n , I >1,UlHJ«'«
, r , , ,
The Ldtuonds Mormon bill passed the |
Senate yesterday, 38 to 7. With this!
endorsement it can scarcely fail to pass
the house. It begins to look as if the
saints would have to go. And yet wo
question the power of anything short of
annihilation hanishment to cure an evil
which has become rooted in the hearts of
a people as a religious senti meut. — Ore
til i tin.
a * pi lintance «*n tho ^r*m 1 1 th it si e "on
| v ;; ,( , l)p q G ,1 and not to
the Murm,.n's God" in swearing la. el .
* r 11
Repnble
\\. tu- n >.i_v-.
| an . irl |(|M I, .
(Ik ir Anu!i/ m
!
1
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.
'
THE WOMEN OF THE WEST,
» lent
in spe.kl
T li v r
i f the Springfield
Mg ol the west! I ll
iiaun ly
Babies
harvist. I .IVa I I
els--, -m l dr u ii
or with i m ilk -
lo ihur. b. i.ii-l d
rapt the in—t
Ualviui'tic du!
pr.ittl ■ that is
i r\ w Ii
iTali
ul tli
I ih -i
I'St Ot
,1 N w
I, ai itu
Tli-y
us like
strng
•ir i an.
Il -. :
u i her
a! dge ol
e among
I'nglami,
children
on to th
Th y g
I , inter
i h erl'ul
issuritig.
The rlii.iir n in 1 a.- h mMiv ns mi in
< \ *us. I In-ii-w tii ■ iviuing w r.vi i u
to the West will ho the }-»r ol ;ny Amtii
cau has j.rotiuuul, ab luiuiniji in nu n ami
women <1 L i _h heahli a ml nerve, ot man
ly ami womanly char;.. t< r.
BOHN.
-tu tin? c tv .1.1
M.WM Mi
wKe ol .la
M l LLA R—In ibis city
in»t., to the w ife ot Û .
n 12 lNv
laughter.
MAHRlLD.
VA nS — \\ 1.l.L- -lu
b.v J. K. V net-ut. J.
liamet UA ilt» ; j,h ,i
I.l t il IS city.
a
• t\
! Millar was vorv su
leaves a hushaml a
lass. The family
entire Cumtuunity
,, ......
' "
,ce r -"'" tae res-.iieiie.
. The ileath nl Mo
un-J uni-xiiccU-il. She
.Kin . , ,
chiUln-n to Ill-Illru her
the syuipathy ol the
NKW TO-DAY.
•NOTICE FOR 1 'J
PETE!
;F.-KM PT|o\ I'K,
II I. IS N E— D S 2*U7.
I.AN I» OFFICE AT
Lewiston, .. ! .. .Ian. 12. 18SK».
N r OTICE IS IIKULHV tilVK.N UlAI nil.
foliowtiHUieil settler ha« liieti notice
ot his intention to make final pr«M»t in support
of his claim uml »hat said proof wi l be n.atlt
at th » office, **n Saturlay, Feb 27. 18Hf>, D» a.
in-, viz : Peter II. l.i<m- PS 2»il7, I**r the s ^
'4 and ehi nw 1 * see : »0 tp n r 5 w L5M.
lie
continu«»
the fo
Knud Larso
Idaho Territ«
i»idcnee up*n. an«l
r. : K S oodley,
, H A Riekdale <d
•s 1 , ».rove
•ultiviition
ti C l wi
■ f Genesee P,
i'l OX, Jr.
Kc^ i
C.-IÎ.A.ISrTD M l iSK
? 'A r*< ytr^i
iß.
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IVlimai j ."3, iisMJ.
(IROSTEIN&BINNAlil) HALL
UFUCrriON ( OMMITTbi:.
/, i riaci.x CFI.ELA VP /. white
JS YLXCE.XT li ROBINSON
FLUOR MANAGERS.
Eli.Ultl) S AE WEI, /. Ü E BV TL Eli
1 C HA TTAHA I UI! T U HAltTUX
Music by Prof Ross' Band
Xiil'i litlfinan allowed to take Ladies char
acter ami none hut Markers to dance
Jit foie 12 o'clock.
TICKET** rinrlurilii£ Supper] $;i OO
sPlitTA FOILS (no Supper] I go
A Ibize for b -st sustained Lady and
Uentlem in f haraeti r.
GRAND MARCH at Suit) SHARP.
A rare chance for business
men.
In.alniir, I lie pionerr trad
iiig PoxIol' AMtiiu ( oi.iil v
TO BE SOLID.
The best and most convenient
place in the countv.
ICO I ORES OF DEEDED
LA ND,
t e r it ■ t
I -V • U incumbrances, good
——————
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
»z» ax ACRES at heeI* OKKKK, NEZ
« vuntv. Kitt h c
liviitjr water, store, 2'Jx42,
dwelling, store house, burn
and other out building, also
a full stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I will sell <br cash or part
cash and good security. For
particulars call on.
| 1
UllAv . 1SEC Kb.
(5-3,11. Ami tone, \V . 1.
A, T. I1EAEL.
Civil Engineer
AND
S U R V E Y O R.
Ol«l lines retraced
reas'iiiah'e rates.
anti claims surveyed
I.ewiston I. T
Title perfect.
a bargain
Apply to
JASPER RAND.
L^irjon [. T. S-»pt. 2! 1882. 60if.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Walter nt the I'.staU- nl Deter
Stagg. Derra.cd,
NOTICE i- herd v giveu by tlie in h t signe.
: ■ o -■ atix »I the ib vi i »tut i • -i Of. I« tin
•-.- r- III a let a i per« ms bnviog claim
igeiu r sal I de<...... I. I • . xh hit tin < one
i , I - . 1 ... irv 11 (W within ten tnuntb
! r.-iu the lir.'t i-uinif it i -n et lins n le*e t- III
i.T.-ler-igrieJ at her u-.lenee in t'u city o
'll -
ITTK s'l
Nutict. of Di-sulution of
P i\ ership.
NUÏ li !••.!> Ik
.1 ,i'its It:, it :he
Lll t • pu> .. , «.„I t
r*d» ]>. \ n 1 a i j r
■ ■iei.t.-al t ■ said in
r\\ . r i moi tit- th»
No I*. iee. I. I .
W 1 .t.t, 1er th.
W . \. Guid
'd iunttl i art
pltVlSC c
• It
: W I'.LL,
I Kit •• i. Dec
.J \ V I s Ii
I 1
t rm. tou i ii.t>.
Pili a nr.- freqi entty prececJe i by a «< nse
: of «rei.hi in the hufs. .-ms und lower pm «I
the ill, t-im-n. I-Iiu.ing the i itimt tu »upp so he
I Hh!< .< -me «(Vocli-.n „t this k ulin r* >>r m-i.hl-* t -
At
VU.l Î
of the st tii
Ache. etc. A iut>i>tiiru lis» i • r-j tr .ii ti. pri .luc
in.« it vi ry iliotgrwable utter i:e»tirig
w .i rm i* a c- mm n all« n-i tut H'm i. Hledutg
. ■ i : '
direct v upon the part!« Hioctr i. ah-, rhino tl.c
I tun -r.4. a lia_\ ii.g tt>e inte»*' itchtnkr, an 1 et
■ • o ii . i permanent cure Prifi •' 1 ts ' i
lr< - rhf Dr ü «ai ko Mi Heine Co . Piqua.
O sold t v M.-sIry. the druggist. «!.'
XuTli'E t-i'Il IlUMll.slT.AD I'liuOl-'.
J A M lis I.AMIIKKT—li-ine 4I',0.
j I, A Nil «im, F AT
! la wist..a. Mih- 1 . I've :'-0 tss.-,.
: NOTR'I. I' Il Fit I- li Y ii I V 1 N T II M TII h
1 f-.ll"win|» namc.l «eitler I ns 6U--I nuiie« -I
hi? intention t- u-.ake in-1 |-r t in >u|i|i-.ri
hi , c , ailll , lh „ ,. r . -. will be tna.lr
a t this „fflfc mi I'cKriiiirv <». Jaimv
Lambert K>r the 1 (s 1 nn*l 2 - 'i uc| sec (» » |» '
\ v; 15 M Re names th- foil «ittjr witnesses
his
Side
n I"
iiiiltivati'.n <»t .»ai l land, viz : \\ i!
M.n. tie« I nderw.i d. S P Like-. Neil 1 1 n
ban. a!I , f \\ aha. l.lah«» Ten tory
P. H. W INS ION, JR•
i:i Kecia'er
To w Utmi it May uoncern.
ALL P \ HT l ES indebted
mtified t.» call anil s* tt e it I
ni ..r he'ore January 20. lS<sii, or I wiil t>e
„impelled to use iD„rt? strict measures f.»r cul
re i n . M M. 'V I LLl \MS
Lewiston, Idaho« Dec. 1885. 13 2
le are he.»d»>
him.- wi ll nu -
A. II. G O i IDON,
x,,tao ruMte Jus'lce or!
GRANdEVILLE - - IDAHO.
All business promptly attended to. 3(itf
JACOB EICHENBERGER,
BOOT and SHOE MA.eER,
Bouts and »ti es made to order uec« rding to
the ! a test Fr*:nch and English styles. Als«,
nlik'njsof rcpii iug neatly and promptly
done at reasonable prices.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Main street, opposite Raymond House, Lew
ist n. Idaho. ' 83tf
■^OTU F. FUR FORC'DisUKK SALK.
Order of Sale and Decree i f Forclosure uni
! be New I'rm'an i M• *rt*r*i:*■ rnrity Company
;i • ■ « r »i» n i ii Elisha W. Fowe,
.\ in toy K 'V». , 1 «:• !•*. . yuuokenbu.-h,
«ate un i .......
„ut of ih*' t -
t riot in sm
1 -t judicial di.«*
X • /. Force, nml
Territory « • I - 1 .. :
'n i tv of Decern
ber A D. lb'
ent.t e<l action
wherein Tli*
W Er, .fell
1 '!-»rUl;-f .'ueurm
Company—a
I p- r :i ' mji]
. »ii ub.vu name*
piaintitls »»bt ;
» i H j 11 1 ;
• « • ut »nd decree ,»
forcl"Sure un i s
- » Misha W: p.»wo
Nancy I « vu- !
K Ja d
A. Quitckenhusb
W . J. Mel -, li
j of Dcf-ml-er.
! ment book K » ».
i to sell all the eei
lärm, ritunte l I\ ii
Ferre. T. rrrii ry
•ie»crihe>l as *.»I L»
„n the 16th tin«
rcc'irdetl in ju lge
L"i
id flu
uth-w
s number (54) an I
tj iurter-'t the north
juarter uf the
west quarter un»l Ih»* n
south» wc?t quarter of « * c t i »u five [.j]
ship I DH north five |5| west of IK»i.*e raernitHii,
containing one hundre»! uml fixty [lfiO] acres
of land in No* Ferce county, I. T.
l'uldic notice is hereby given thut on Sn/ur
dny, the d)th day ot Januaiy, A. I». 1880. hi
one »»'cI«»ok F. M- of that day ; in front of the
cour: house of the e <u« ty of Nez lYfe, l will,
in obedience to un order of sale and decree of
D.reinsure und suie, sell tho abovo tiescribed
pr portv or »*«» much thereof us m ty be necessa
ry t » satisfy soi<t judgement, with interest and
c ists etc . t*• the highest «ud best bidder, fur
g'dtl o«»iu, of the Knited States.
E. W. KAMERUN, Sheriff.
Dut „1, Jan. 4, 188»».
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■-fel ■ -.S. ... n
A ( aril I» the Public
\\\
have used the XXX Horse Medicine.
XXX I ««ndition Fowtlers an I Hors» man's Cu!»
lar. Gal! and Hoof Ointment. f<»r a number of
years and b und them the be?t horse medicines
that we have ever used.
F. E. JEROME. Livery Stahles, Lewiston.
I*\IKD BROS.. Livery Stuhles, ••
N. R. ID»!.RRUi»K . Lewiston. t|
MISCI-XLANKOUS.
SCHOOL BOOKS
Station er Y
( I1KAPKH THAN EVER
.— — AT----,
lOXLEY'S BHÜGSTORE.
J. ALEZANDEE
- -DEALER IX
j
Dry and Fancy Goods
BOOTS. SHOES.
HATS. CA I 'S.
( HOdiKRY
and CLOTHING.
JJj s s (^ oc ]- j s n , nx -
unijilcte and will besold at prices to suit
the times.
CLOAKS
_ ^ ^ _ IN KNDLKS3 VAIUKTII
DRESS GOODS
J
AM an* welcome wild her intending to
purchase or not.
«KSBSaSSBS
J
j
j
X. W. Bkkarley, Pius.
D. D. Bunnell, Vice. Pros.
«KSBSaSSBS
W. F. Kettknijach, Casliiur.
Ah
Coiner of 2nd and Main Sts. Lewiston, I. T.
Directors:
N T . W. Brearley, 1). 1). Bunnell, W. F. Kettenbacli,
Jasper Rand, Joseph Alexander, If. Sqnier, L. P. Brown.
I
I
I'HE LO STANDARD SHIRT
IS STAMPED
N.B.
«UM 'I
FINF'V.N
T,,K ^UIIZT OF EVERY («.UtltFAT
ANU IS SJLl) BY ALMOST AI.L THE LEAPING
Men's Furnishing Goods Stores, Dry Goods Esloblishment
and Clothiers in the City.
Ask for the ahove Brand if you desire Good value■
NEUSTÄDTE» BROS. - . Manufacturers.
B OR SARD: BY J. R VOLLMER & CO
E A. BOWLET.
(Successor to Rowley .j- Arant.)
-DEALER IN
^oves, r l in ware, Hardware, Granite and Wooden ware
ni lit» f»t-r»sT> IXT«-. ...... . ------- . ____ _____... _
PIPE FITTING, REPAIRING, AND GENERAL JOBBING A SPECIALTY
BUY THE IKU.V KI.N« STOVK, TUE» BKAT THE AATION.
fsctciittoîi' J. 7. 7 . 5 if
NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF.
WM HEARTBITRO. Home 768.
LAND OFFICE AT
L.wi.ton t. T.. I>cc. 9ih 18HS.
OTIPE IS HEREBY (ÎIVEN 1 IIAT THE
1 ' 'R'lliiwiog mum-,I «eitler hu« lile-l notice «f
hi« intent,,n t.» make final proof in «upport of
hi« claim an.l that sa -I proof »III he uncle he
fore the judge of Ist Ja,lieht Dint. Idaho 1er
ritorv, or io hi« absence the clerk of toiil c-.urt,
"t Mt. Llaho, on January 2:trit. IhNi. at 111
<< clock, .i,: William llearthurg. for the «et.
«ce t t tp .ï| n r I e. II. M. Ile names the fol.
lowing witnesses to prove his contin ,ous rcsi
tlcn-e up.-n an-1 cultivation of « :i 1 - 1 lan.t.v r:
K AlLert, ,1 t'-irnes. J. Smith and I) Ellsworth
all uf Cottouwoel, Idaho lerritorv.
„ P- U- WINSTON. Jr.,
Kegister.
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NOTICE FOIt HOMESTEAT) PROOF.
CHARLES WHITE. Home 1078.
land office at
I Lewist. ,n. Idaho. Bec. go, 18XÖ.
! NOTICE is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed in-tieo of his intention
; 0. make final proof in su, port of hi« claim and
that said proof wiil he made betöre f s. rlist.
•Judge, First Judicial District, Idaho Tcr
1 ritorv, nr in hi«.absence the clerk of said court
: at Mt. Idaho, on Jan. 30, |s8fi. vit : Charles
White f..r the s 1 » sc 1 » see ig un i e«,
*co "7 tp G urge B VI. He names the f„l
I t"W | og Witnesses to prove his oostinuoua res
! 'deuce upon and cultivation of, ssi i | <n ,|, ïiz
! r „ k rin * er - Barry Faulkner, Cburlev Chase
■ J. B. Cook, all of tirangeville, Idaho ëo. I T
P. II. WINSTON, Jr. '
Register.
NOJICE OF FOHECLOHUHv
SALE *
Or-'er uf «aie nn.t dime of Korcdcinr. ..r
,»lc
1' . 1 . I.nvin, |i!iiintiff. r«. Luther Carv
llenrv licrnhani. Win. Kauffman, ^
it-'ing liu.ine?« a. M,,,- X.,z IVrL ^
tv. Idaho lernt rv, under the firw CUBl ,
of 1 tern ham A Kuutfiuan, nnd I. R. i, nu ._.
defendants. ! ° n
Under ami by virtue of an order of sale n».A
decree, florecb.-ure and sale, issued out of i!
•urt ol the t:rrt judicial district in a D a
only „! N't/ Price, ami Territory^
• tli due «it 11«-.*..... 1 _ .
district
for the
Idaho, on the Mb day of Dcceml
l v H* in th** ah vo entitled aMion, wherein p
J Lavin. the above named plaintiff, obUjnM
a jiidgcii-ciit m, -I -li'fn-i- cl lur.-cl„«uro a»d , 5 |,
• gainst Luther ( arv. defemlant, on the SrK
-lu V i-l "eci-iulirr. A. 1«. ISK', f.-r th, .«„J
twelve hundred uml m vt;n*y three un l seventv
five one hundredths dollars, in I S. gold coin
holde« interest, costs nnd counsel fees $102
which said decree was, on the Stli tiny 0 f
»•einher, A !*. IsS '», n •• >rded in julgement
hi.ok, r.of full court, nt page hîb|. I IB J
commanded to sell all the certain l„t piece or
parcels „fluid, situated lying and leingin the
e«*unty of Ne/. Peic.e, territory of Idaho, anil
hounded ami described as follows: L«.(s six >fi)
and seven (7) nn»l the east half of thesnuthwent
quarter of section m\ iti) nnd th« east lin'd of
the m>rthwc»t quarter of nctien seven (7) nil in
town-hip forty- me (41) north of range five [:,]
west, P'dso Merilian. enitnining two hundred
and thirty i>even nu l thirty-seven on« bun
dredths acres „t land Public notice is herein
givt n that hi Saturday . the 2Rrd day of Janu*
ary. A. 1». ISS»'.. at one o'clock P. M. oTthat
day; in front of the curt house do..r of the
county of Nez Perce. 1 will, in obedience to
and order of mle and deem- of f«»m*h su,c and
sale s. ll the above described pr«q ertv < r »r,
much thereof as may he necessary lu saîiify
said judgement, with interest ami costs etc., to
the highest bidder, fur £old coin of the Knifed
States.
E. W. CAMEKON« Sheriff.
Dated the l'Jth r-f Dec. IKH.L 12
NUTP'L Ft « K PUL K.MiTlON PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston. I. T. Dec. D» 18^*3,
S \ Ml i;L LEWIS. DS. 2"in.
N r DTP K L" il HK I■: I5V tiIVKN I HAT T|]S
f» 11. »wing named settler has tiled notice «f
his intention t„ make final pi <• f in support o1
hi.» claim, and that said proof will be end«
at this office, < n January, l'8th, lS>Sß, viz;
Samuel Lewi*. t.»r t h«* s L * .«e 1 * ne 1 -* se' 4
ne *4 .-ec dl »|» d»'» n r 1 w. DM. He names the
t» I! -wing witnesses t«. prove his continuous
re-idence upon and cultivation of said land, viz;
Dobt. Ingram. .1. C. Ingram, E IL Hollinii
Jas. Evans, all of Lewi-t-n. Idaho.
P. II. WINSTON. J n .
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Le.»i*ter,
j. 33. iviEisroivr^",
l\\J)EHTpiKER
COFFINS 1 CASKETS
Furnished at short notice and ut 'oasunable
ra'es.
Main St. at head of th, I~ rinton.
d4tt
i XjTJIvI333B2t
I On fittli «t. bel u w ltajmond Uvuse.
U ill ko p nd hand all kinds of
Itumbi. r ,
Common lumber $1S, per thousand.
All orders left with ,1. i!. Menomy, in LrwisUB
will he promptly rilled.
J«lm Bj master. Leabtflii,
FRISCO SALOON.
ROBERT SMITH,
Proprietor.
MIXED DRINKS A SPE
CIALTY .
BEST OF LIQUORS AND
CIGARS ON HAND 52
JUST OPENED
MAY niliLIVER A \D
DRESSMAKING SHOP
[Next door lo J. Alexanders]
IIS. & USo WIITMe,
Proprietress.
She entries a handsome and well se
lected stock of millinery goods of the
latest New York and Paris styles. F very
thing first class and guaranteed to suit
in prices and quality. Dressmaking
parlors are also connected with the estab
lishment, where will bo found the mort
fashionable dressmakers who w ill cut to
fit and guarantee all work. She solicits
a liberal share of your patronage. 4tf
WHEELWRIGHT SHOP,
LOT WIGGINS,
A skillful wheolright is located on 1st str
and »a prepared to perforin good work
in his line upon short notice.
REFAIRING CARRIAGES nnd WAtiO
made a specialty,
Call und see hitn. 01
The Portland Business College, Portlai
CSt ti lilt* oonsisti.nt Yi-tt V. _____£ _
1 . »« oola,n H practical education in th
est tune eonsiatent with tlu»roiigh work, an
leaste, penoe. Day and evening R**ssi«»ns tl
oiitthe year, students admitted any time,
login? on application. A. P. Armstrong, Pr
»'OR. ad and C STREET«
L E tVIS TO N, IDAHO.
MME LE FRANCOIS, Froprietrcn
•las all the ('omfortn and cuuvcniciicW
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
This h'HiFQ has horn long and fav^raWf
kuoiru as tho stranger's homo.
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