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THE LEWISTON TEI 1ER.
CITY ANu MIUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER, f%* TELLER hat the largest circulation of any paper m North Idaho. THURSDAY........................APRIL 22, V38Ö IN UNITY THERE. IS STRENGTH i Quarter w have Men in iwn who won't Read Article Through, In contrast with the above heading to this article we quote the scripture language that 'a hotjse divided against itselt tan Hot stand," or we uientiou the illustration the Indian gave to the officer who wa» about to attack the emetuy with a divided force of his men. The Indian took three ■ticks and t|dod them, one at a time, and he eould easily break tbt ui, but on put* ting them all together and then trying to break them they could not be broken. The principle is everywhere illustrated in human life and even in the life of animals. Seldom do we discover a wild or a tame animal attack alone a superior force, but with abundant aid of its own kind, it is very brave and often overpowers its enemies. This reminds us of what we once witnessed one early morning in the city of Providence It. I. many years ago. As we were walking out near the old warehouse cf the old ^Worcester canal, u geutleman called our attention to a cat which stood at the entrance of a hole broken throligh a board into a warehouse and apparently intent upon watching something within the building. Present while w« were talking it came back ami another cat ^rith it. They both took u look into the bole, and one went away while the other watched, soon the cat re turned with a third cat. They all looked into the hole and seemed to hesitate about going in ; hut soon took courage wnd went in and we oould hear a terrible ■queatiog fir a while, presently the squealing subsided. YYV then crossed the street to examine. There we found a vacant stole room with about twenty five dead wl arf rats scattered over the floor aed nearly as many tuoro live ones huddled up |p a corner of the room and the three cah in frent apparently taking a rest after tj vigorous buttle. We quiet Ij withdrew and soon the battle was re newed, and the result was the cats bu esmo victoroUs and killed nearly all the rata. The Wisdom of the cat first dis oovered in bringing to its aid the other two, no doubt saved the battle. If men wonld apply the priciple to enterprises that they undertake which are worthy and beneficial not only to thtmselves, in dividually, but to the public at luige, they would accomplish much more and he much i^iore satisfied with their efforts. It will be noticed that the cat d a which first discovered the enemy did not act as though she thought now "if I go ia there alon; and whip all them rats, I ■hall have all their skins and carcases to myself." NLr when the two cats came did they covet the honor of dividing the spoils between them And whes the third came have wo any record that they had any dispite which should share the most largely in the spoils. It otter hup pens that when some men are appealed to aid in some worthy enterprise which they are ready to acknowledge would benefit them individually and be of great service to the publie generally they re ft"« because they say some one of their neighbors will derive a greater beocfi t than they will. You ask them to be first and foremost in the enterprise with the privilege of sharing the greater por tion of the binefit, aad even then they will refuse because some one of their neighbors wh in they seem to envy may possibly derive a smalt benefit, and this narrowness 'of feeling „it.ii times is so strongly developed that concerted action in enterprises of great moment to the prosperity of a place is stifled and choked if not entirely distroyed. It is said that the cats in Lewiston don't imitate the cat in Providence and perhu) s that may account for the wact of cuocen of action among our oilmens on gnat eu terprisea that could be made a success and be of greift benefit to the pi act*. \Ve don't know the fact of our own km ledgu but we öfter hear of the business men o. Spokane Falls succeeding against guat odds because they decide upon what i realy fur the growth of the place, ami then they work in harmony io accomplish that which ia Reeded and work with both their will and their mo iey. \Vhcn the citixens of Lewiston act in, coucert . achieve say good that is within their ! they seldom fail to accomplish that It is now ao<j always has been —*** distracted views our people have en tenained in rt^ïfd to the metboda of acquiring the good desired by all, ihai have palsied and rendered abortive th. hast of intentions. We wan.' moie of feeling among oui a regard to matters per public need. If they would meet ofteuer and discuss the mat ters pertaining to growth and prosperity of the place and do this in ■ conc : liab>r> good. ftoeraostion business men i tainiog to the e n in end friandlj spirit, they could so-jb find vs f d t 1 a of some common ground of efficient action and each business man would have more hope of the future and be induced to exert himself much more to lift Lewiston out of its apparent slough of despondency. We don't expect that such ns have de termined to go away from the place will do much. But those of us who propose to stay and share the fortunes of the place; it behoves us that we stand by each other on some comniou ground of interest to all and brook no opposition to our purpose to strive to build up the town in all the perquisite» of ahealthy, intelligent and moral business city. We are great ly mistaken il we think it necessary for others to come from the outside to giv, us an attraction to strangers in business point of view. A careful study of our resources, a determined purpose to im prove theae resources, a fixed determina tion to be united in our efforts, and a conciliator and friendly disposition sh ,wn toward strangers who chance to come among us, either to rernui i or leave us, will be sure to give us prosperity of which we now little dream. Take th advice of the Indian, stick together, o follow the example of the cat, cal ii other cats to help, and go in to win. n ,, g . „I e 8 ,0 per „ere, and settle,* are fast filling up all tile hitherto uoloeat.il quarter From gentlemen who have a residence at and near Farmington we learn that business is looking up in that vicinity. Lund i- rapidly advancing in prici p,'dully near Farming!,,n, to 82(1 ned étions, Irai ti, ns. Tim iitiiti.li.it prospects ,,La railroad, il not two rail roads, no doubt is the incentive to this enquiry about land. The branch diverg ing Iruin the Northern Pacific at Mar -hal is to be built this season, 'n time to take off this season's crop of wheat. It will proceed as far as Rotalia, and beyond that there is some doubt whether it will proceed up Hangman creek and ou to wards the Mission, or go on south to Pal ,use City, ami theuce towards Snake river or the Clearwater, and thence to. wards Mt. Idaho. Some say it will cross the Snake and proceed towards Pendle ton, Oregon. The O. R. k N. will In built from Colfax to Farmington and un less the Northern Pacific get ahead of them they will proceed on to Lake Coeur d Alene, so as fo tuke the ores out of Nigger Prairie district for smelting. The talk now is that Spokane Falls will have smelting works to absorb all the smelting ore trotu the whole Coeur d'Alene district. Everything promis,-« a busy season iu the vicinity of the mines, the Lake, Farmington and hpokane Falls, and expectations are high among the peo ple of the above named localities. Large immigration is expected over the North ern Pacific the coming season, which they hope to divert from the road at Spokane Falls and Cheney, and induce to settle in the country near hv. I FROM HON. JOHN HAILEY. " Washini ton, April 12, 1886. Hon. Alomo Leland, Lewiston , Idaho: Dear Sir Yours of April 3, just received. In reply will state that the Senate has just passed the hill for the admission of W. T. with the north ern counties of Idaho as a state into the union. Tiler is a fair prospect that the house will pass this bill at this ses sion, but it we find that we cann jt get the House to take up and pass the Sen ate admission hill, we will try to get the Senate to pass tho House annexation hill. Referring to the charge of the Territorial Democratic Convection iu 1881, endors ing division and annexation of the north ern counties to VV. T. as being put in their platform for political clap trap, I denounce it is false. I was before a ma jority of the members of that convention when the matter of annexation was dis cussed, while I did not tell them or recom mend to them that they put anything iu tli ir platform iu reference to division or annexation. I did warn them „gainst putting anything in th ir platform that they Were lint willing to stau t by. end I said to them that 1 wish.d th, m to dis tinctly understand that it they did en dors • division and annexation iu tlnir platform aud nominated me, it I was e octed * would use all honorable means at my command to have the territory di vided and the northern counties annexed \V. T. Alter this, in fact it w s not more than twenty four hours u'ter 1 had talked with them, when they adopted platform i ndorsing division aud annexa tion to W l, home of them may hav, changed their minds ,,n that subject since that time. I hav« not changed rniue n ither do I expect to. I shall try to carry out the wishes expressed iu the platform aud the pledges you heard un make in Lewiston to the people to the Oest ol my ability, and if I should fail in this, it will not be my fault. Yours Truly, John Hailey The H„use select cmnuiittec have •ubpoe taetl Jay Gould, Mark Hopkins, vs iV.wtierly and McDowell, Hi testily before tbeui on the labor trouble», and propose to make a thorough investigation f the situation, Three hundred teauis ami a large force d men are to b.-oin work «' Marshall t Xt Monday, oyg,;,,,« on (J, e ÿj,,jt aUe £ 1 a ouae kLuiruad. more to de will the each our in for our im a ,wn ; river, been o ii LETTER FROM PALOUSE CITT Pa louse I. T., April 8, 1886. Ed. Teller.— Your correspondence from Murray is certainly correct in regard to the action of the Montana men in the Coeur d'Alene mines, and is, no doubt aw are of the fact that it was claimed by some of them that the mines were abso lutely in the Territory of Montana. He is aware also of the famous law-suit in stituted by Kootenai county against the sheriff and county of Shoshone, and con ducted on the part of the plaintiff by Judge flagget, but is probably not aware of the fact that it the plaintiff had gained the suit the greater part of the Civur d'Alene mines would to-day be virtually a part of Montana. The suit, as I looked at it at the time it was in court, was to all intents and purp ,ses, Montana vs Idaho—for if the mines were not in Shoshone then it would be impossible lor them to be in Kootenai. Had the Coeur d AI, ne Mountains, as Judge flagget claimed, as lying between the St. Jo and n j th south fmk of the Coeur d'Alen stabhshed by the court as the north boundary of Shoshone, a ret er, nee to the map will show you at once that the 39th meridian, to reach thi: divide between the two rivers, would cut off almost all the miuing section of the Coeur d'Alene and make it a part ot Montana, and then 1 suppose the Mon tatiians in camp would be happy. Kootenai county can't run east of the 39 g . I meridian and it is my opinion that if the striet construction ol the law bounding I Sh'-shone county is adhered to, the old Mi-si, n ami Kingston would that Ih, miliary to It to In of of be inside lor the hill says thi t the north line shall follow along the Coeur d AI, no mountains in a westerly direc tion "until a point is attained where, by running due south you intercept the forks of Clearwater," and as the forks of the Clearwater are ouly about tkirty-five miles east of the teiritorial Hoc, and the old Mission is thirty eight, I take it that the Mi. si,,n is iu 8hoshone. And now, since these fellows could'ut get the courts to virtually declare these famous mines to be a part of Montana, they must, fors, «ith, get up auti annexation scheme to Washington and memorialize congress to annex to Montana. If they succeed in any hing at all (except making asses of themselves) it will be in preventing the House bill for annexation passing the Senate. The principal objection to an nexation by a scattering few of the pan handle ure Local Option and YV'umeu suffrage. The first need n ,t trouble the minds of the people at all—tor if a per Son wants whiskey he is going to have it despite the law—-unless you shut his wind off. Besides, a sulooq may be opened as a drug store, at a greatly reduced license, the partner, it one, take out a physician s license and then you can get a prescrip tion for a bit or five for a halt as usual. Saloon men ought to ho unanimous in l«v,,r ol Local Option ; they would save money in license und udd two fold to their receipts, for there are hundreds ot persons who would go into a drug stoic and take medicine prescribed by a licensed physician, who would never go into a saloon and take the same medic ne prescribed by themselves. So you sec, Local Option is the one thing we should stand ip tor to a man. Aud so far as Woman Suffrage is concerned there should be less objections really than to Local Option Is it not a tact that women have had tin ir own way since lin early history of creation? And should man today be more exacting than old grand pa Adam was; or less submissive to Fate? I think not. YVotueu will have tln ir uwu Way in spite ol man, so it ia useless to kick. 'Iln-y ure dead sure to vote right (or they will always thiuk so) tua. s poor opinion to the coutrary notwithstanding. There should he no opposition to annexation on that ground. YVotueu have always ruled men and al ways will. YY'liy, even in the Garden ot Eden, when Eve, in all her simple randeur, at the age of twenty two was hurled into society, old Aduqi himself, used to all the magnifieent beauties of earth, submitted at once and became positively the slave of this simply attir>-d H. mi, and when she led off' with the fashions und told Adam that » bunch ot fig leaves sl.ould bo Worn us an insignia ot the first lumliea on earth, did he kick or rcnionstrute? It so, history fails to record the fact. And should we buck now because the wurnen are allowed to stick u little piece ot paper in u box once or twice a year? 1 think not. Let them vote if they want to—let them wear humps on their backs or anywhere else; let them adopt the Costumes as re presented iu the original first and second fa-hioo plate presented to Eve by her Mautuamakers; let them do aä they please, and let us ol the pan-handle work like blazes for annexation. Yours, F. P. It appears by a recently publiahed let ter from Senatior Dolph that a strong position to the annexation of Northern Idaho has been developed in the Coeur d Alene uimiug region and also in Colfax. Now people of YY'hituian county rather object to being misrepresented in a mat ter in wbieh they are all vitally interest ed, and it would he a matter of much in terest to them to find out from what quarter this opposition comes. Nobody ran be found willing to confess that he had any lot or part in it. The names >f the signers of that telegram alleged to have been sent to Senator Dolph would be of much interest to the publie just now.— Commoner. That is right make them show their hand çnd not act the sneak. ut Priest Ra ids, pat» over to the Lolo trail, ! tp through to Big Hole, where he had bis, celebrated encounter with the NeX P rce Iudi-ini j all lUmaDS ' 1 The IF. U\ Union says it is rumored that General Gibbon will, upon reaching ....... r '»S the by He in the by I in lor as Nelson Bennett shipped several car loads of grading inplcmcnts fro.w Yakima to Spokane Falls Monday, to be used on the grade of the recently piojected road running into the Palouse country.— Union. Syrup of Figs. Mh nn fact ure« only bv the L'alif'T »ia Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco t'nl is zNntu res "im true 1 axative. Thi? pleasant iqui.l fru t reme dy tu W be ha.l •f **. 0. Isam in A Co Lewis tr»n. Sample b >tt!e* free nn l large bottle? at fifty ents or or e dollar It the most pleas «nt. prompt a nd effective finedy kn »Yvn. to clean e the svst •in, to act. on the Isiv r. Kid nevs nd R-iwel irentlv vet tn •roughly, to dis pci II endliches, colds and fev rs; to ci re Con tinati on. Indig Bslion and kin lre.i ills 38 SMITH —Near this city. April 16, 1886, to the ot GROSTK1N.- In thi» ci meningitis, Farley min R. Hrostein. nged 9 m< The funeral took phi nt 11 u'clock yesterday j tended. >1 20th, 188(5. ol ol Mr. and Mr? NEW TO-DAY. N ( NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. WILLIAM 0. CHAPEL—DsS 2014. LAM* OFFICE AT Lewiston. .. T-. April 21. 1880. OTICE IS HEREBY HI YEN THAT THE following nauied settler ha? tiled notice of hit* intention to make final proof in suppo of hi* claim and that said proof will he n a before 11 Squier, clerk U S district court, fir judicial district Idaho Territory, at his c fice at Mt Idaho, on May 29. 188«. vii illiam (1. Chapel, for the w sw l 4 section anil se*4 sec (j tp 31 n r 2 e BM. He name? the following witnesses to prove his conti ous residence upon, anil cultivation of, Raid land, viz : .1 I! Thomas, Ilavid Krihg, San Collyer, L Kribs, all nf Cottonwood P 0, Idaho. P. H. WINSTON, Jr. 29 Register to all in er de NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ÎV LAND office at Walla Walla, W.T., April 10 1886. OTICE 18 HEREBY 3IVEN THAT the following named settler has filed no tice of her intention to make final proof in sup port of her claim and that said proof will be before the judge or in his ub-encc the clerk of the district court for Whitman county, W. T.. ia: Mrs. Abigail Ostrunder DS 2883 for the se't * w* se'4 se<% sw section 34 tp 13 n r 40 e She name* the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cul tjvation of, said laud, viz : Lewi* Walford, Frederick Jones, James Wiley, Win. Smith, all of Whitman county, W T. C. II. W ARNER, 29 Register. CJÜMMONS. In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis trict of Idaho Territory, Net Perce County. John W. W hitley, plaintiff vs Jane Whitley, defendant. I " Jnhc Whitley, defendant. The I'e pie of the United States it, the Terri . lory of Idaho : hereby notified that thero is on file in th e office of the clerk of the district court of the first, jud cial district « f sai > terri tnry. iu Lewiston, C >unty uf Ne z Pe ne, the c mpiaint • f the abo\ e named plu miff herein judgement s demanded against y. u. 1 si For a decree of this c< ui di.-solving he bt nds of matrimony between the plaintif and defen lontiriued custody s ot said 3rd For riant, on the grounds ot willtull de-trUon. 2nd. hat the sole and 0 utrol of the minor childrei marriage be awarded to plain such other and further relief &? may s em just and equitible in the premises And you are also notified that unless you ap pear and answer to said complaint, within teu days after the service hereof, if served within Nez Peroe County, and within twenty days, if served out of said county, but within said ju dioial district, and within forty days if served out if said district (exclusive ot the day of ser vice), the plaintiff will take a default against you and apply to the Court fur the relief de tnunded in said complaint. GIVEN under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the First Judicial [L S] District of Idaho Territory, iu and for the County of Nez Perce this 15th day April, A. D. 18*6. r „ „ lt I1-8QUIER. Clerk. I N. Maxwell. At'tj . for Pl'tff. 2» 5 no al ot of ot to to Calico and Neck-Tie all: THIRD ANNUAL BALL —OF TUE LEWISTON— Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 -AT THE GROSTEIN ft BINNARD HALL —ON— Friday Evening, April 30, »86 COMMITTEES — ArriingementH L ' D W, f S l?nuonr C HA » T W GH - f ' ROSS. R. J. MONROE. P, M, OAVIS- E. OARR. Reception. J. B. MENOMY. j. B, RICE. C. D. HEMING. G. C, LELANO Floor. l.wiggin. i.c. hattabaugh. l, STANNUS. MUSIC BY Pfi~CF~RQSS- BAND. A general invitation is extended to all The Lewiston Brass Band will be in attendance. Grand March at 9 o'elk. Tickets (Includingsupper) $3. NOTICE FOB FBE EMPTION PROOF. HARRY T MADOWICK—D8 2270 LAND OFFICK AT N Uwi,t„n Idaho Mir. 61. |*K. OTIC). IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IHF following named settler bas »ltd j.ii», ut hi. intention IU mal e final prod in «spp„„ ! * Î,'"' *"'* th »' *«ri Ptcst will oe made t lbl> . Itice, on May 18, 188«. viz : H, rry T sick tor the lot 3 see 7 tp 35 n r 5 w .„d ! tp .35 n r 6 w BM, * Hu thlT bd°,win» Thatcher. R J Monroe, S Wkeateratt L Co. j all of Lvwiaton. Idaho. 1 S Ml. WINSTON, Jn. RegUtur. *l*'i*wick tor the lots ■« 7 tp 35 n r 5 « and '»S »et» and »wta u. ___ ... MISCELLANEOUS. M ORTGAGE SUMMONS. st Judicial Di rsun I. Has Harding and In the District Court "f the F trict of Idaho Territory, Ne N. W. McOee. plaintiff, vs lie disty Mary P- Hardiety R John O. Power*, détendants To Render* n » lia. dirty Mary P. Hardi-f; R. L Harding and John («.Power*, detei dants. Iu the name of the Prople o f the l rated Stat< in the Territory of You are hereby reu action br< night agfiinst ; plaintiff i u the district i district it i tho Territory county of Nez Perec, n red to appear in 1 by the ab-.ve nan r t of the first judu Idaho, in and lor plaint filed theieiu w of tht day of service) of this summons— il se or if served out of th s district, within twenty to"ty days—or judge taken against you. acc said complaint. Thei obtain a decree of thi? of a certain inurtgag complaint and e.xecutt listv < • the I e default :<• the j ri dus 18*<3, to s •eure the lavmento' a certain pr m is< ry note nf the same date lor the sum fit due four y ears a'to date, with i iterest at th rate of 1 \ per cent. per month, premises eon jayable semi annually. that the eyed by sai> mortgage nay ho so d, and thepr •coeds appliei to the pay men* or«» id note with $100 uttorne. fee as pro* Died ther ein together vit h the cost and Hsbur sements « f this action, and in cas that sucU| roceeds a re not su thei ent to,pay th same, thü to obtaii an executi against sait llenders-r L. Hardi sty 'or the b» lance remain ing due a ad also tl at the said d< tendants am all per by, through or under tht may be barred a nd foreclosed of a II right, title daitt i. lien, equi ty of redemption. and micro? in an ol to said m lortgagcd premises , and for oth er a nd further relief. „And yoi u arc herebt notified that if you fail to appeal ■ and n nswe tbe * aid complai nt, ns above reqi lire i. the « .it plain tiff will api )ly tu the Court t ur the relie de mu tided in tilt • said complaint. U1VI KN under my hand and th o seal of tht District Court of the F irst Judicia District of the Territory of Idaho, ii [L. 8 hi end fur the county of Ne: i Perce, thi: 7th day of April, A. D. 1886 H 8QUIER. Cl Ellsworth. Brown, Fullerton A Chadw O'Neill. Hodman A Cosgrove, attori plaintiff. 27 5 M ORTGAGE SUMMONS. ■ial Di: idunt. In the District Court uf the First Jud trict uf ldah-> Territory, Nez Perce W. J. McConnell d ing business un name i-nd style nf W. J. McConnell plaintiff vs. William Sutherland, def, To William Sutherl nd, defendant. In the name of ihr People of the United States in the Territory of Idaho : Y< u are hereby required to appear in an setion brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the distr ct court "of the first ju.li ciai district of the lerri'ory of Idaho in and fur the Count, of Nez Perce, and r.. nn.-wc» complaint fi cd ih rein within ten days -cm sive of the day of service—after the service you of this summons, if served within I county; or if setved out of this county, in this district, within twenty days ; «then' within forty days—or judgement by Uela will he taken again.-t you according to the prayer of said complaint. The .aid action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court, fur the forelosure of a certain mortage described in the said complaint, land executed by the said William Sutherland iu favor ot plaintiff on the 18th day uf August, A. D 1884 to seen,e the payment of a certain promisory note of the e date drawn by defendant in favor ol plain tiff for the sum ..I $247 1)8. due January 1. 1885 ith interest drawn at 1 hi percent per month from date ; that t e premises conveyed by mortgage may be s Id, „d, like pro red« plied to the p y ment of sai l note, and $40 turner fees as therein prnviued. t gether t the cost ami dishursi monts f this action, in ease such proceeds are not su" oient tbc same, then to obtain an execution ......... said William Sutherland fur the balance re maining due. and also that the said defem-ant and ail persons claiming by, through nod un. dor him may be barred and fore«,used ot all right, title, claim, lien, equity of teoemption and Interest in „ml to said mortgaged premises, and lor oth. r and urther relict. And y,, u are herchy notiffied that, if you Ini' to appear and answer tho said c mplaiut, as above iequired, the said plaiutiif will apply to he Court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. UlVEN under my hand and the seal ..f the District Court of the First .lu.ticial District of the Territory uf Idaho, in IL SJ aud for the county of Nez Perce, this 8th day ot April A D. 1886. 0 *1 8QIIIER, Clerk. Willis Sweet, attorrey for Pltff, >;8-5 pay 5 M ORTUAGE SUMMONS. In the District Court of the First Judicial ^District of Idaho Territory, Nez Perce oo W. J. McConnell, doing business under the name and style of VV. J. Mat ounell J- C , plaintiff, vs J u Sutherland and Virgil Randall, defendants. To I u Sutherland and Virgil Randall, de leii'laiita. In the name of the People of the United States in the Territory of Idaho : You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the first judicial district of the Territory of J,| a bo, in and for the county of Nez Per. e, and to answer the complain tiled therein within ten days (exclusive of the nay of service) af ter the service on vou of this summons-if served within this county, or, il served out. of this County, hut iu this district. wii| mi twenty davs ; otherwise » ithiu f,, r ty days -or judgement by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court, for the fore closure of a certain mortgage described m the said complaint, and executed hy the said .I U Sutherland in favor of nlaintiff' on the 24th day of May A. D. 1884 to secure the payment of a certain promisory note of the same date given by said J. U Suther land to said pla.ut.fi for the sum of $1,47 ,0 due on the 18th day of April 1888, with , terest at lj percent, per month payable an nually ; that the premises conveyed hy „„,,1 «a the ^ K j hR \t plied to the payment of sanl note, and #io attorney fee as therein provided, together with the costs and dishurseui' nts of this »cs«« that such proceeds are mg sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain r agSin81 8ai 1 J - U Sutherland tor the balance remaining due, and also th.t «b* «ni defendants and all pe'rson. *S^ by. through or under them may be barred ,,f al ' right ' claim, !,. n «,d u,ort^fT Pt " ,n '- aU, ' i,,terc8t 111 "»'1 to (nr.u * r 8 ,"' 1 I ,rrln,8, s, and for other and hi, iî 'fi -, Aü<1 y ,u « hereby „otiff"d that, if you fail to answer the sanl complaint Tt\VT ired ; the sai '' pontiff w ip GIV EN under my hand and seal of the Dis TLSl Sïï VTv"* the First Judicial [LS] District of the Territory of Idaho thriOthA , COUBt -V of Nez Perte this 9th day of April A. D. 1886 , H SQUIER, Clerk Willis Nweet, Atty for Pltff. ' 2 s.q [?UR SALE. One pair of work hors« ftigh thirteen h harness and farm "April 1 y. ».igb thirteen hundred ^^^-^» . ne " r J- v î®»- Apply I '. d \T I. , ; Y ollmer J- Co pay the highest 1 kinds* 1 ^ riC *- f ° r W he * t ' aud Elav find «Il I of produce. »nd FUx and all MISCELLANEOUS. ! j EMBROIDERIES ! ------AT' J. ALEXANDER'S and Ife^i Stock <}f these goods crer brought Lewiston, will be fold b^ him to PRICES. AN EARLY INSPECTION INVITED SCHOOL BOOKS Stationery CHEAPER THAN EVER AT, LEY'S DDQSTORE. Sw' '..„i ia»»t.s A-'WflBWl ( LIWELA.M). THOROUGH BLED STALLION. Ic is a Blood Bay 'with black legs, main and tuil, aud lor synletery of form ami action cannot be heul by any colt i„ Amer ica. iiis blond is pure aud without stain. PKDIHREE. CLEVELAND he by Bay Medoo Med"C out «t (ira by imported Buzs ley : R g. g. dam dred by Iiav Mfdoc, Jr . 8. be by Dray Me .,c, he by iy rannie. by Bertram g ilaiii Z.ard ; g g. |, v i mp , irt ed Med u hk impur, ed Boltun ; g. g g. g dam. . ally t\ right, by Yorick, Ac See Amena n Tmf Reg ster, Vol. XU I p. 408 iay Modoc "lam was Kosabnd Jr., she by i 1 'J",*'''' f ho was -he sire or Fasbhm the celebrated trotting L.,r,e Grace Darling, uan i,enri ' j """ ! Bay Medoc Jridat ' William hunius; heb 1 tu 'VV ui. EuJii marc, ..weed by C- l. I entucky : Bay Meiloo . . lull bred Kentuckeil Whip I will stand the above 1 Stable in Lewiston. |'r .m A loll.,wing ra'es : SINuLE LEAP . 8K.VS N 1. IN.-PRED X 1 mates will lie Insured 1 sired hy Young d he hy tue Long Island American îi'cl-péel " lull bred Medic Dickey, uf Dry Creek dam was horse at my 1886, at the $ 10 00 15 do * 20 00 '■n u ire '.i hv ® "»!«« »mperly tak ,, re 1 1,v ..... ..... er they have heen bred K b^: 8 " r — h. S HE HI FF SALE. Bv of « 1, '»«T y af Maho, «»t U» 5Ut ) on ' '«»»led out of th( f the first judicial riistriot of the ur ,.s for 'be county ... or a iii.i ' „ U,e , " ,re cted «nd delivered. -nd entered in said in favor 'ef VranlcBrod ^ laroh ' j'- U»i -gainst I. H. Barnaul d. len"a' n t P B.r n th ff8 ' ani1 ÏZ h'jn'lred and [twen^M' " ffold coin. • 1 luve levied on all I interest of the delen r ,D f < Jf®c r, bed property,to wit: I I* 1 ej, "' M'»»rter, and the «•Hith-west quarter, of section nUX'ÄS" .......* one Hundred and -ij(ty .. ...... tice is hereby g(vi e.ido. interest and L. •be right, title c!aui| 1 •'"•tth ha f, of th •i"rlh half of the twelve ( 12 î . 111 is■ HDtaining '•'tv "t I ewist..,, c uintv nT "s' 1 n'"'** in lh ® »ill sell the right tiL '• P,ro «'- 1 T .1 .. .. u ® "g'", title md interest of •• - H Barnard in'nnd tfth " r »«id I. - ''UHL, prop, m nev in hand t ,1 , .• '" r each lawful satisfy s.j,, e , ' >f!,t "I" 1 highest bidder, a 'lex.cul ,,,, and all „„sts. '-■'«d,be21tbd\r„i^ M c Ä^® r * 24 Change cf Firm, The firm o f ON YUNE A ro k changed b. ON YUNE wing EKE Äh ^ ■î» ing retired fr. J tbe flrln vir.K h new fi r , n j Ou ^ une, Ou Yune A *i"g*KeT , | f " r ,,,U " h " le ' n, ®rest° ' k Ku d . not pay , hp debts of Il __I 27:1m ^^DMINISTRATORS notice. I NOtjce is hereby gii el.,ims against th. etn vieot-H.-ed, * •oa!] persons h .ving ut J °hn '■ reoufielii. ; '»ew a.-ed, t.> iireraei.r ' reoufielti 1 »«h leg« v"l.h h 8 . t '' ,be I '»urn the date her..,if " , ' ,bln '«» month date here til fnsîî' jk'oi?» A< imiüUtrator. 28-4 1 . , t. m. i AVIS, Eewistu«. April It, 1886. Thor ngh Bred Morgan «rd PUfiCHEON STALLION (Full nn both .ides ) *tco Hollow At the î DES» FIPTION.— lie ,s a hau ls h gh. of fihe 6 ty l( . fl vl , f . weigl in fiesh 1.400 pounds HI DIGHEE.-bohonebin » „ - re the ce , 1 rated Porche m, '• ' idea Hake,'»' w aim, rted to Oregon i„ 1880 ti F»jr'chi d Dam Morgan "Jerri " she hy the famous Mur *°jnti'7r hl ' was "np-rted Iron JDti.ic, III., by J, 0. Meer? iu L8<55. IVUI L STAND the above-named stallion ' >r ïï " "n E. Dowd i„ lammanv n Monday snd 'l uesday „f each week, ibleofj. VV Vleadows at Agot.n nv on «• r esday anil Thursday Dn the arm of J. G Trent the As in, eight miles Ira rndaj :.ßd Saturday i,f e «<-h w____ Turrnti s > EASON Jio nn INSURANCE j„ Jv, Any ' ,rson disposing of a mare ée'or- be is known 1 be witbfold, will be held „ecu.,„hie '" 1 " me ', AI1 °-re to prevent sccidcii's m he. ken, but will be responsible f r none. lJes,re tu "verrate the horse. te Gie ow , , h l* rœer l-' ,f M " h< ' or "asbington, ouud , r 7h* V °' f'" - t0 be " s « oud « ,?" l I. .p' T de8,rin « D. improve their further. * . ,h * and be convinced. For turtber pnrtioulars enquire of (Km r t U. J, PARKER ^_ * ewis'on, Idaho. eaob week in the 1« rka of n Asotin • ity, NOTICE FOR FREMPTION PROOF CHARLES P. CORE—DS 2817 LAND OFFICE AT msTOTirir i™° n ' 1 1 Mur »8M \ T ?T. ,r ® HEREBY GIVEN THAI I nk '"""Wing named settler has file.! notice ol h . ,0n a 0 "" k ® fiD » 1 proof in support ol bèlhm, '; id P-"'«'» be'^ made in î; î ."* orri8 ' dept clerk din e« art first Mt ra k ,,rlot f |,Ä bo Territory at his office at 8. 1886, ris: Cba les P. Cone lor ho swl* see 16 tp 31 n r 2 e BM. He names the following witnesses to prove his enn " sidenee upon, and enltivation of. said v, ' ,( J A Chase, T B Allen, I De la Rooh P.erre, Il V Brown, all of Orangeville. Idahe» P. Ii. WIN6 t 0N j B Register. 20 NO'llCE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. EDWARD GILLIGAN— DS 224T. LAND OFFICE AT T, r . I- T-. April 14. 1886 L ' ,'JL" 0 I>"nnell and all others IV 0 T. I .', E IS HEREBY GIVEN Til AT HE AN billowing named settler has filed notion ' l 1 . 8 1 "' fitfon to make final proot in support before 1^' ^ ^ at * a '^ P ro °' »HI be made .. P : Morri *- Aept clerk U 8, dist our 1st nd diet Idaho Terr at hi« office at on M. nday May 22 188t> a' 10 Edward Gilligan fur the o w !» AU Dial,, sw 4 sq ,w t« see 2 a d n w 'x nw ly sec 1 1 tp ne. ! F ! 1 *** names the Inilowing wit s, »es .» î rove his continuous residence upon, » .1 k U v i* 1 .'!" of - «»ill land, vis James «il ' Hmllah »n- Toby Newt n. M Warden a" of lottonwood P. 0., Idaho. „ P. H. WINSTON. Jn. - a Register. .Vmv, FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. JOHN VERNON—D 8 2201 LAND OFFICE AT w TnT | Lewiston. 1^^ T. Mar 24. 1886. iVrTi 1 E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAI THe hi. "8 naD1 ed settler ha« filed notice of n to make final pro< f in snpport ol î nd that said proof will be niadfi* ®. on April 80 I88G. vis J„ n the lois I and 2 seo'io' 35 un i lot 1 b »•>>* lots 1 and 2. section 27 tp 86 nrow.lM. He names the fell-wi . wi" >s " I ' r "' Mr Oontinoance re.iriei, , upon o cultivai,.,, of. eaid Ian I ... u , 1. ,n well, D Lewiston. r. H. WINSTON, Jn. bis into, bis claim at t hIS .,11 Vcrnun f 1 seoiion unwell, J U Evan«. J Nelso dab».