CITY ANu COUNTY OFFICIAI PAPER,
FEl TELLER htu the largest circulation oj
anv paper in Sank Idaho.
THURSDAY.... ......... . ..........MAR 18. VSfiO
Wbat ]s the use in lyino
YOURSELF, AND SEEKING TO
PLACE THB REPUBLICAN
▲NO DEMOCRATIC CON
VENTION IN A LIE.
The Boise Statesman, claiming to be
republican, of date March ti, lb.Sti, has
the following in an editoiial in alluding
to Joe Huiitou'a and Geo. Anslie's ma»
neeting held in Boise City a short time
before, make« use of the followip
"The surprise to everyone here in that
R bill shuuhi be introduced and passed to
•■nex any portion to Washington in ad
vance of the admission of Washington
as a state. It is something that the peo
ple of North Idaho never asked for and
the people (if Washington Tenitury nev
er asked fur or expected until they were
Admitted as a state. "
You cannot plead tgnor.oce as a tea
a°n for »y.ug th«, because you ed.ted
•ml published th. Statesman the «.au,
thw. question was plaecd before the peo
pie of the north, and annexation was
r , , „ ,
asked for by memorial in the fall of
1873 (Nov. 22), at
aod their memorial was
Considered in the committee of the House
nf Representatives wh-n Hailey was del
egate for Idaho, and McFadden was deb
epic from Washington, and Mitchell
and Nesmith were in the Senate from
Oregon. Tliojueiuurml was prepared
by a committee appointed by the citixcus
of North Idaho, and unanimously ad< pi
ed, end signed by M. A. Kelly, Alonzo
Leland, John Chirk, late judge, Jasper
Baud, L. P Brown, B. F. Morris, J. II.
Evans aud R. L. Yantis, as said commit
tee, and forwarded to coogrctts. The
prayer of that memorial is in the follow
log language :
WIIKrefBkk, Your memorialist pray
that at the coming sessiun of your him
orable body nil that part of Idaho Ter
ritory lying north of the 45° bo annexed
to Washington Territory, as organized
with her present boundaries, and your
uamorialista will ever pray.
This was long before statehood was ev
er discussed for Washington, This me
mortal was published in all the papers
then published i.i North Idaho, and some
in South Idaho, aod commented on, and
though we have nut the files of thu
Statesman to refer to, our recollection is
that it commented on the memorial ad
versely. Why now like yonr echo of
the Nee Perce Sexos, (which may not
know any butter) attempt to stultify his
tory by lyiogl, when you know better?
Again in 1875 a printed petition was
circulated and signed by four-fifths of
the voters of North Idaho, and sent for
ward to congfeaa, asking in substance for
the same change, and presented by Dele
gate Jacob, *f Washington. Again, the
} gislsture oil W. T. in pursuance of our
wiahee, passed a memorial to oongress and
•eked that our wishes be granted. AII these
keta were publicly dune by tho people of
North Idaho and the legislature of Wash
ington, long before the question of state
hood Was ever discussed either in Wash
ingtAO Territory or North Idaho, and the
editor of tbo Boise Statesman well
know* the facta. We can come to no
Other conclusion than that he is ready to
prostrate not pnly himself, but the col
umns of his paper to uttering diliberatu
falsehoods and perversions of history, la
order to injur» John Hailey for doing
what it waa h|s duly to do under his in
structions from the people of the north
as wall as the south, at the time he re
bei red thu domination. Jobs Haiti v
standi higher to-day in the est nation of
the people of both the north and the
aoutb, lor the strict adherence to his
trusts in this respect, than the whole
•warm of tricksters, who now iu a mass
meeting are ready to declare that the an
Delation plank waa"only put in their
platform to deoeive aud catch voters in
tho north, while the names of such as the
editor ot the Statesman, and the movers
of that lying mass meeting at Boise City
trill rot, and only rise as the noxious
gasses rise Irotji cess pools, which perme
ate the atmosphere aud spread mural dis
ease with whatever they come in contact.
From Hailey's position in I »73 and up
to the faIÇof 1884, wo doubted his sio
eerily in that canvass and did not sup
port him. Bu| his action so far as upon
pis bill to annex has inspired our faith
in hit sioeerity upon this question, aud
we are ready to eeenrd to him boo
orable dealing with the people of the
north in keepieg his pledges with them
and with the conventions which demand
Our people want annex- j
atioa whether with or without a state,
aod always havt( si nee we were tut off.
Consistent Labor.—A private let
tor from T. O. Abbott, formerly of the
Dayton Journal but now assistant book
keeper in the House of Representatives
in Washington, ID. C., says : "Charley
Voorheea W laboring hard and consistent -
Ijr for the interests of Washington Terri
(toy. He leas good and serviceable a
delegate ae you could have. The moat
in tho way of (tatehuud
test nob get, for party line
net, and even this yon
party nes are being
THE ACTION OP THB COEUR
This bo f*r sa we can learn is not the
action of the bone fide citizen» of North
Idaho, but the action of a mass of miners
moat of whom are recently front Montana,
under the leadership of an ex-delegate
from Montana who was a recruter into
the mines of North Idaho, and never
had uny substantial interest in North
Idaho, and most of his followers are of
the same class. They were not a*ked to
come here to change our political alii
anco to Montana by the people of North
I Idaho, nor even by the people of Mon
| tana. The Butte Miner says that ihn
people of Montana do not want us and
gives good iea»ous therefor, and we do
not see that congress can, with propriety,,
listen to those as any part of the real
citizens ot North Idaho, although Borne
of them may have resided within that
district long enough to become Voters un
del our laws. But from aii we cud learn,
we are ltd to think that their action is
prompted by letters and telegr ms from
South Idaho, to give the appearances of
a divided sentiment in the north on the
, of ioneli4tioB to Washington.
; The wbüle , orce ftf Montana clement is
new , od ^ , 0 arel of ,
five amJ '
not a former resi
___ ___.. _ ,
dent among them, ami are not permanent,
but are liable to bu iu British Columbia,
in the Colville mires of Eastern
Washington, or the Samilkaiueeu befoie
the next election, iu case these mines
are prononneed rieh during the coming
Sioce the agitation ol the question ol
statehood for Washington Territory in
1880, Ainstie was the democratic nolni
use and Alanson Smith the republican
nominee for congress from Idaho, both
opposed to unuvxution. The people of
North Idaho of both parties Were dissat
isfied with these nominations and placed
in nomination ex Guvcruoi Mason Bray
man as an independent candidate on the
annexation issue, and out of 1,250 vote»
polled in the nortuern counties, Braymati
received over 950 votes against the reg
ular caudidates, who together ouly re
ceived but about 300 votes. Wren a
local issue will draw from the regular
nominee» so large a majority i f the votes,
it is convincing evidence that issue raised is
a vital one for the people. At the next elec
lion in 1882, 8ingiscr ran as an annexa
tionist, and received all but about seveu
ty five of the votes of the north, which
were given to Ainslie, and about 1,500
majority iu south Idaho, and was elected
by about 3,000 majority in the whole
territory. And 1884 Siogiser and Hai
ley both rau on annexation tickets and
Hailey was elected. And now the Hus
ton and Ainslie mas» meeting at Boise
City and thu Statesman edi or charges
Hailey with betraying the will of th
people of Idaho because bo favored the
hill to sonox iu the House. Just as
though Jus Huston, Goo. Ainslie and
Milton Kelly of tho Statesman consti
tuted tbo whole people ol Iduhu. A
pretty trio to be obeyed by a delegate in
The Sews is much exercised about
the rumor that Fred Dubois is laying the
wires tor becoming a candidate to cou
gress. Fred Dubois was here at the last
term of court, and wa saw him several
times, hut we uever heard him or any of
hi» friends intimate that he was or would
be a candidate for delegate in congress,
and the Teller knows nothing of aoy
sueh scheine, nor has Dubois ever sought
our suppor in case lie should run, nor
has he written or dictated any article or
correspondence for tho Teller, either
upon Mormonism or any other subject.
In a letter from him dated in Washing
ton City, he Mated in substance that he
thought our annexation bill would pass
at this station of congress. We made an
item of the fact aod that is all. He
gave no opinion of tbo merit of the
movement, nor do We know wnat he
thinks of the measure. When he was
her« at the term before he talked openly
u on the street and elsewhere, that he
thought South Idaho w<uld, when it
came to the test, oppose our going to
Washi. gton. We know not what his
personal views are. We think Dubois
has made *o efficient marshal of the
territory, and his re-appointment would
not bo displeasing to us. We hsve no
eaodidate fur delegate in congress from
Idaho, because we hope t > be a part of
Washington before the close of this se»
li<>n of congress. Tell us something that
we can beiieve.
Montana and Idaho Railroad
Company. —Articles of iucorporutiou
have been prepared at Missoula for tho
above r>>ad, aud signed with 8. T. lluu
arr, W. J. McCormick, A. B. Hammond
Frank H. Woody, Frank L. Wutden,
ft. A. Wolf, W. C. Murphy, C P. Hig
gins, Ferdinand Kennel, Henry Buck,
E. L. Bonuer, ss incorporator*, who pur
po»e is annouuud to be to build a rail
road up the Biit.r R ot valley to Net
Perce lurk, with a branch to 8aimon
City, obe through the Beaverhead can
yon to the Utah Northern, and one up
(he Lou Lod fork to connect, iu Idaho
wi h the the O. R. & N. Co.'s line. Cap
tai stock |I,OU0,0bU, divided into shares
jot «Dm each
FROM MURRAY, I. T.
Murray, I. T. Mar. 10, 1S36.
I Editor Teller
j Placer njitiinji i!oe* on vety slowly for
waut of water, but miners arc anxiously
mining goes on.
propeity is boin.
lucking for a fresh supply.
On the bars and si ie gulches quartz
The Idaho company's
A good force of nten are at Work
erecting the machinery of the Gulden
j \V„rk on the Golden Chest was re
, Burned last week. They are to have a
1 As the steamers are running regularly
rin th ■ direction of the South Fork, eon
j sideruhle ore will be shipped from that
Property in the town of Milo and
Kentucky is way up, and many improve
incuts arc undergoing in these burgs,
i The Beaver bed rock flume, that is
: now under headway, bids fair to be a
financial success to its ownrs,
Prospects are pleasant for the bed rock
fit* tue of Pritchard creek. Mr Ryan,
the contractor, returned from Denver
Colo, ado last week, and proceeded forth
' with to Eagle. I, is only known
few what will be d „ n ,
The Golden Chord Tunnel company,
f Murray, have suspended work for the
present. They have penetrated the side
of tho mountain to the depth ot about
two hundred feet and fuund borne good
The Montana annexationists have sent
on their petitions to Washington, and are
at work trying to eflect certain things.
If their object Was to try to defeat an
nexation to Washington, it would have
bwn " cnUre, > diff,,rent thin ?' but <"
for annexation to Montana, their me.ia
urea should have no effect on the^Seoate,
because the people of Idaho never asked
for any such ulliunce. This work is be
ing dune by a few Moiitamans, who have
only came into Idaho since the discovery
ot the Cueur d'Alene mines, and who
think there is no other country than
Montana, and that the laws arc far bet
ter than in Idaho or Washington Mon
tana can never become the rich and
populous state that Washington will b",
as it is only her mining and a small stock
interest that keep her up. And as for
resources to make a great and growing
state, it has no comparison wiih our near
neighbor, Washington. Women suffrage
and local option may be objections, but
of no importance ; but as for local option
in this section, it surely would not stand
much show wh-n put to a vote. The
News it seems has "flopped over" and
is not as sanguine in the matter as form
carlv. Regardless of opposition, we
would rather remain a part of Idaho than
to ever become a part of Montana.
Article of incurpurutiou of the Colum
bia \ alley Railroad it Nav'gation Com
pany were filed on January 8lh, in the
county auditor s office. The purpose of
the Cdupany is to construct, operate and
maintain railroads, telegraph lines,
wharves, warehouse, grain elevators and
grain sehutes in Oregon, Washington
Territory and Idaho, and for the purpose
of constructing, maintaining and operat
ing steamboats, barges und other water
crafts on the Columbia and Snake rivers
and the tributari >s of the same, The
capital stock of the company is «200,
000, divided into four thousand shares
of «50 each. The extent of duration ot
the company is limited to filty year*.
Their principal place of buisness is Walla
Walla. The Diiectors are F. W. Paine
Max Baumeister aad Joseph Jorgensen.
— H IP. Union.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Lewiston, iu the Territory of Idaho at
the cluse uf business, March lit 1886:
Loans end discounts......................$82 644 50
Overdrafts............................. I.U7I 71
H 8. B>«nds to secure circulation..... 12 800 t-O
Other »tockr, bond« and incrtgnges.. 8 780 51
Due from other National Banks...... 2.63.' 56
Due from state hanks and haukers .. 6,145 17
Heal estate, furniture an i fixtures.. 9*1 35
Current expenses and taxes paid..... 4.923 (»9
•hecks aud nt her oath items........... 9,197 5«
Bills of uther banks.............. 535 uo
Fractional paper currency, qickies
and penoies.............. 3 ^
Legal tender n»tes..................... i&j U0
Kedeuiption fund wit.i U. S. Treas
urer i5 per cent, of circulation..... 575 90
To, »>.....................................$146,341 60
Capital stock paid io .............$50.000 lO
Undivided pr»fiU........................ 22.014 5l
National bank n.des outstanding..... 1I,.>*?0 00
individual deposits subject to check 36 857 25
Demand certificates of deposit......... 8,881 90
Time certificates of deposit............. Io,715 1)0
Due to State Banks and bankets...... 2,378 84
Total. ....................... $145.347 M)
Territory of Idaho, ceuuty of Ne* Fer ce ;• st.
I» J«*bo 11. Evans, cashier of the above
named bank, d<* ao'emuly swear that toe ab«. va
statement is true to the be«t of nav know ed^e
aud belief. JOHN 11. KYANS. cashier.
Subscribed and sworn t betör« tue this 15th
day ol Mar. 1886. J W. POK,
Correct—Attest. Notary Public.
8» C. Thompson »
Jno. P. Vollmer \
Jno M hi. I
Send 10 cents postage, and
will mail you frt a royal
uable, «smul« b x of
g* ods that will pit yo« in
the way of making wore money at oooe, than
anything else in Americn. Both sexea if all
ages eau live at hume and work in tpsri thn,
or all the time. Capital not rvqs rad. We
will start you. Immense pay sure fur thou#
who start at once. 8TitraoH 4 Co., Portland I
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OF THIS ..
LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK
At Lewi«t«n. in the territory I iaho, at
the cioée of burners, March 1st
loan« an'l discount«.....................$81321 16 i
Overdraft«.................................. 2.530 96
I'. 8. Bonds to recjre circulation..... 12 - 4 *) 0Ô j
Other stocks, bonds an<l mortgages.. 3 44 !
Due tr*tn approved reserve agent« .. 1 -6*6 13 j
I»ue from .«tale bank« and banker«... 11.399 13}
Heal estate, furniere and fixture
Current expense« an<l taxes paid
Premium« paid .............. ......
l.egiil te; 1er n ten................. .
K«dvtn|'*.!o;. fun-1 wtih l*. 8. Tr«
urer (5 per cent, of circulation *
1 .61»; 42 i
f»0 cu '
Total.....................................$ 132,008 40
Capital stock paid in................. fôOJ-OO 00
l'»divided profit« ........................ 21.348 59
National bank note« t-uistan iioir..... 11.250 t)0
Individual dep<»«ir« subject to check 36.86» 74
Demand certificates of deposit........ 8.863
C*-rt.8ed check«.......................... 00
Due to Stale Bank« and bankers..... 2,085 82
Territory of Idaho, county
1, M . F. K et teti buch , e
named bank, do «oleuinlj t
«t -•temei.t is trua to the be
......... f:; -J 908 40
of Sea Perce , i
shier ol* the above
arear that the ah,
of iu) knowledge
and belief. W. F. KETTE v BATH, Cash
Subscribed ami sworn to before me this l3th
d «y of March 1886, W M. W INO,
Correct—Attest: l'robute Judge
N. W. Drearier, )
J. Alexander. > Direeters.
D. D. Bunnell. )
.hOTK i; «'OU B1UN.
Pealed proposal« will be received at the of
fice of the county clerk, up t«» the b*-ur of 10
o'clock A. M . o'» Monday April 12th 1886 to
care for the indigent sick *»f Nex Feted c-«u
I T. tor one >ear fr- ui the 15th -»f April 188*.
The contractor t • furnish food, cursing, lodg
ing and incidentals. The bid« t • specify the
rute per «lient charged fur eneb person. T
s>ck to he taken rare ot nt either Moscow
Lewiston. or a part at each pla
The Hoard .f County C- tmnissioners re*er
the tight to reject »ny and all bids Ih-ite
whotn contract« are awarded wid be ret|n ; red to
give b .nd« iu such sum as the Board may de
By order of the Ib-ard of County Commis*
«i-.ner«. 1. C. flATTADArufl, clerk
Lewiston, I. T., Mar. 17, 1386. 24
tAi riox TO
Dea.ers and Consumers
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Parked bv »au PranrUcu and Chicago
House» to reseiable our
FAMOUS BRAND OF TEA.
All Infringements on this Reg*
Istered Trade Mark, or Imitation
thereof cali ulated to deceive the
public, will be prosecuted to the
fullest extent or the t aw Every
genuine paper or Ibis ravorlte
and popular Tea bears the
MACONDARAY & CO.
23 2m SA\ » KANCI8CO.
NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston. Idaho. Mar# 10. 1 d 80.
CHARLES C SAMPSON — II«. me 818.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named settler has filed notice of
hi* intention to make final proof in support
01 his claim, and that said proof will be made
at this office on April 21. 1886* via: Charles
C Sampson, for the lots 8 and 4 *S nw \ sec
2 tp 3»> n r 5 w BM. He names the following
Witnesses to prove his continuous residence up
on. and cultivation of. said land, vi* : James
Detlavou. Sanf«rd Evan«. A Norris, Andrew
Christensen, all of Genesee, Idaho
P. U. WINSTON, Jr.
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
STEPHEN BALLEW, D3. 2472.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston... T., Feb 24. 18»;.
N otice is heheby given that the
following-namcl Miller b>> Sled notice
of bis intention to make final proof in support
of hi. claim and (hat raid proof will b» u.ada
brfor. Geo. W ntk.r, jnrtir. of the peace, at hi»
offle» in Big Potlatch precinct. I T.. on April
tilh. 1881). 10». m , vi»: Stephen Ba'lew, DS
2172. for the e» 1 * eel» and ei» rw and rw 1 *
twin reo 16 Ip38 n r 2 w B M. He name, the
follow ng witnecrer t-» prove hir continuous ref
dicnce upon and enltivaiiun of eaid land, vii:
Jamer King. Gilbert King, K. Wilron and A.
Erton, all of Potlateb precinct, Idaho,
P. H. WINSTON, Jn.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Claud I. Taylor.
NOTICE is^hereby given by the undersigned
administrator »f the estate of Claud >. Taylor
•tece.ised, to the creditors of > nd all persons
having claims agaiust the said deceased, to ex
hibit »hrm, in the manner required by law.
Within !>»ur uioutbs afte 1 the first publication
o this n -tn-e, t-. said aduii..i»trat«>r. at his of
flee in the city of Lewiston, county of Ne*
Perce and Territory of Idaho. And all persons
knowing ihnii-elvrs indebted to said estate are
hereby r otifie«! to maae immediate payment to
the undersigned. JAM'CK RaND,
A«f in in :rtr:*t- r vi the estate of Claud I Taylor,
February 24th 1886- 21-64
A. tl. GOuDON,
Notary Publie and Jostlce or
ORANGEVILLE - - IDAHO.
All butiner, prompt!; attended to, 3Ctf
A, T. BEALL,
Old line# retraced and claims surveyed
reasonable rates. Lewiston I. T
On fifth sU below Raymond House#
Will keep od hand all kinds ot i
Common lumber $18, per thouranJ.
All ordar, left with J. B. Maaomv. in Lawutan
will ba promptly dllad.
John Bywaster. Leslstea,
Largest and Rest
Stock of these goods ever brought
Lewiston, will he sold bj him
AT LISTON TRICES.
AN EARLY INSPECTION INVITED
CHEAPER THAN EVER
N. W. Breaklky, Pres.
D. D. Bunnell, Vice. Pres.
W. F. Kettenbach, Cashier.
THE LEWIS!!! V1TIIIHL Bilk,
Corner of 2nd and Main Sts. Lewiston, I. T.
N. W. Brearley, D. D. Bunnell, W. F. Kettenbach,
Jasper Rand, Joseph Alexander, H. Squier, L. P. Brown.
THE 150 STANDARD SHIRT
finf t °nen:
Olb THE RKIRT OF EVERY GYRHEVT
AND IS SOLD BY ALMOST AI.L THE LEADING
"en' 8 Furnishing Goods Stores, Dry Goods EstabUshment
and Clothrers in the City.
Ask for the above Brand if you desire Good value
NEUSTADTER BROS. - . Manufacturers.
FOR SALE BY J. P VOLLMER & CO
(Succeaaor to Rowley y A tant.)
Soves, Tinware, Hardware, Granite and Woodenware
PIPE FITTING, REPAIRING, AND GENERAL JOBBING A SPECIALTY
*• «W ST0H, Ilk« BtAT Mg NJTI0«
A akillfnl whMlright U located on Irt ,traat
and ir preparad to perform good work
in bia Una upon abort notice.
REPAIRING CARRIAGE.* and WAGON
made a rpeci.itj,
Ca'I aad tea him. »tf.
Of all kinds, will be delivered to any part
of the city of Irewiaton, free of charge.
Flour $4 per barrel or $1 per
•aok, of 50 pounds
Frerh ground CORN MEAL $1 for ï 5 pound,
GRAHAM Ft.OCR $1 per faek of it) j, „und.
Highest market price paid for whea.
Clearwater Mills, March 18, îb8L* KE ' îjtf
1L1XDINIX« A Dl'Bf77 | —
beef, mutton, pork,
VEAL, BACON, HAMS
SA L SA GES,
The Left of meuts from the Mock end by tht
quarter, end served in good style*
SG, FiticBS Low. lfitf
F. Boss, proprietor,
Keei;8 constantly on hand
The A No 1. Cutter Whiskey,
ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS.
Martel and llennesy Brandies Jor
family use .
J. 33. 3SÆE3SrOJVi;Y,
/ mn "~—~~
COFFI NS 1 CASKETS
Furnished at short notice and et ~ee8onekle
Main St. at head of Ath, cistern.
NOTICE FOR PRK EMPTION PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston Idaho Feb 17 1886.
M'M A CLARKE, DS 2643
VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IHR
il following named «ettler lies filed notice
of his intention to tn.-tke tin«l procf in BJpport
of his claim, and that .«aid presf will be mu 4*
betöre B. F. Morn«, dept, clerk. U. 8. di«,
court at hi* office at Mt, Idaho, oo March 27th,
'881», 10 o'clock, a. tn , viz: Win. A. Clarka,
for »he lot 1 and ne 1 * nw *>4 rec 19 tp 31 n r 5 e.
He name* the following witne-ses to prove hi*
continu us re» idence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: Rene McPherson Charles B.
Stewart, L l* William«, Jesse Davis, all of
Clearwater P. 0. Idaho, Territory,
20 P. H. WINSTON, Jr. Register.
NOTICE FOB nt EMPTION PROOF
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewirtun, I. T. Feb 17 ifwü.
ANNIE F P'TZGEKALD, DS 2201.
VI OTICE l< llKREI'.Y GIVEN THAT TDK
iVf following nnmoü rcttler har filed notice o!
her intention to tunke fin» proof in ruppnrt el
her claim, and that raid proof will be nt ,de
before B. F. Morrir dept, clerk. U. S. dirt,
c-.urt at b;g I tfice at Mt. Idaho, on March 27th
l»8ti, via: Annie F. Fitagerald, lor the. ri,
sw !. gw 1 , !» !» ecc 21 and tei re* rec 22 Ip 31
n r I IV. BM. She name« the following wit
ne.rer to prove her c'Utinuour residence upon
and cultivation of raid land, vi,: A. 0. J. hn
ron, J..hn Breen. J F IIarria and John Breen,
Jr , all uf Cottonwool. Idaho Territory.
P. 11. WINS T UN. Jk.
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
GEORGE M. Syl'lHES-DS 28tX).
LAND OFFICE AT
I.ewirton, I. T-, Mar. 3. 1886.
To U illar-l t'. Bate, and alt other, :
N otice is hereby given that thk
following named rettler has tiled notice
ot bis intention to make final proof iu rupgwrt
of hir claim and that raid proof will be mada
at this office, o April t2. 1886. via : George
M. Squires f„r the ni, ne!* rection 7 and w !»
nw 1 * rection 8 tp 34 n r 4 w B M. lie name,
( bv following witnesses to prove hir continuour
residence upon, anil cultivation uf, raid land,
vi*. John Kincaid, 'Vtu. Fcnderson, Charier
Arant, ail ot Lewiston post office, Idaho Tery.
■P. II. WINSTON, Ja.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT
Walla Walla, W. T. ( Feb. 24 1*86.
Y OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1.V the following named rcttler bat filed no
tice of hi-intention to make final proof ia rap
port ot bit claim and that raid proof will ba
made beturc J. B. Stanlev, notary puhlio, at
Colton, W, T., on April 3. lBStl, vi,; More«
S, Bo, les, DS 4t«l forth» wl» nw!* ne 1 , nw!*
recti, n ;hi tp 13 n r 46e. He names the follow
mg witnesses to prove his continuour residence
upon, and cultivation of. said land vi* : N T
Kbirley, .yhert Rooks. Chas E Maynard, S B
Luper. all or Colton, W. T.
C. H. WARNER,
Order to Show Cause
In the Prnhatc Court of the County of Nil
lVrce, 1 -»ho Territory,
In the matter of the estate of Charles Webb,
It appearing to the Judge of raid court by
the petition presented and filed by P M. Davie,
administrator of the estate of Charier Webb,
deceased, praying tor an order to rail real es
tate, that it is necessary to sell the whole ef
the real estate to pay the debts outstanding
against tho deemsed, and the expenses and
charges ot administration- It ia therefore or
deicd by thejudgoof said oonrt that all per
sons intere led in said court appear before tb#
said probate judge on Saturday, the 27th day
ol March, t. D., ISST,, » t 1 „' c l., c k. A. M . at
the court room of said court in Lewiston. Idaho
Terr , to show cause why „„ ur der should not
be granted to said administrator to tell the
whole of the real estate of said deceased.
And that »copy «I this order be publDhed
four week« in the Lawisroa Tellih, a news
paper printed and published in said eonnty. a I
Wn, HING, -»J
t . . _ Probate J udge.
Lewiston, I T„ Mor. 2,1886.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
LAND OFFICE AT
Walla Wall» W. T Feb 18
• ■qJ OTICE If HEREBY GIVEN THJ
IV following named settler has ti let
o! his intention to make final proof in
of his claim, aid that said proof will b
W.oreJ B. Stanley notnry\,b|ie. .*
M , J'!L,: M * rch - 7ta 1 8811. vis:
Mras, 1.8 3821 for the lot, 1 aud 2 at
ot 4 sec 4 tp 12*u r 45 e. He name»
lowing witnesses t - prove hi, cnniinnn
„ " "! ,on " , " 1 cultivation ot said la
M FlUgcrald. W. 8 . Johu.ton, Cb
Dag!« und L* F. fcfhuley all of Colt ou, M
C. II. WAU^RR
Gasper & Hi>h, Proprleto
-7J«. ll »* 1 •>» WINES, LIQU0B8 ai
• ARS, ilwaji od band. For good i
ment« stop in nt the boy«. g
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