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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY ANu COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. n • TELLER hat the targett circulation anu paper in Earth Idaho. EXTER ED at tâc Leicitton Poet Oßict at tecond elate matter. THURSDAY. .JAN. 2ii tP«8. Was Dubolx Double Tongued In tbe Canvass for Delegate? This is n matter of moment to tli people of Idaho, and partieiilarly of North Idaho, as indicating the sentiment upon the question of annexation. .,If he anted double in the canvass, telling the people he would favor annexation, in one section of the North, and the people in another that he would oppose, and in another that he would neither favor or oppose, but would merely represent the wishes of each section without advocating the views of either or any, and induce them to send representative men to Washington to speak for them on this question, nnd he has and will keep his pledges, then he is not to be blamed if the people elected him, but if he secured his election upon pledges of one policy he should follow iu one place, and upon pledges of a different policy in nuothcr, nnd still different in another, then h was fraudulent in his professions to the people, and when ho is fully expoaed, h cannot blame the people if they charge him with deception in securing their « Totes. He has represented us to the Salt Lake Tribune as follows : "I made my canvass in 1880 for delegate to congress, openly, with non division as one of the chief planks in my platform of principles, and won." That ho won there can he no doubt, else ho would nol be in Congress to day, but that he made non division one of the chief planks in his platfurm, iu all parts'of the territory, is not so apparent to all. That the an noxationists of tho North gave him bis 400 majority in the territory, no one who examined the returns can deny, for in Nez I'erco county, alone, hundreds ol annexationists voted for him, enough to give him his election, cnJ at the same time they voted for annexation; while, as he says, his plunk was 'non-division. Either. they were_ deceived about his principles or they were very inconsistent in voting for a man opposed to annexa tion. The Mirror, published at Mos cow, iu the heart of NeaJPerce county, says: ''We will say to tbe readers of the Mirror, that out of Mr. Dubois' own mouth will we 'condemn him. M'hen ho was hero in Moscow, [seeking our votes, he publicly said that] he was in favor of annexation and left Jiis writ ten bond to (bat effeot. Now he says that opposition to annexation] was one ol liia principles at that time. Dubois per petrated n brazen, open-faced falsehood upon the people of Moscow when he told them that he would not oppose uunexu tion. He now indirectly tells them that fit a that time he uttered a lie.'* Either the Mirror now tells tho truth, or it does not, but one thing is evident, ho must have flattered them with some promise, to induco a large majority] of tho 41) ') voters of the Moscow precinct to vote for him, when all but six of these voters cast their vote for annexation. Wr thiuk that it is due to the people ol Moscow, that the Mirror give to the public a true and literal copy or version of that bond or pledge that was made to the people of Moscow, to induce theii vote, that as annexationists, they may bo vindicated against the charge of great inconsistenoy nod bad faith towards th< cause of annexation. In the Lewiston precinct Mr. Dubois' lord, which we then published, was different. If Duboi L dcceired the Moscow precinct, in ordci to get votes, it is a fair inference that ho did so in other precincts in the county and that he gained his'elcction by dccep tion in other annexation precincts. The whole matter oow rests with tho state menfs of the Mirror, whether Dubois lias lied. If he has lied to secure votes for his election, the people of the North would be entitled to know the tacts anti havo the proof. It is a question of much moment that they know whethe they have a liar to represent them u congress or a uian of his word. We had supposed that he was to be believed. ''Camas prairie is now bottled up and Lewiston is the cork, und hence the efforts of old mosshacks there to retard our developement by depreciating tb value of the couutry inside ."—Free Press. This must he news to the people of Lewiston, us well as to the citizens of Cauias Prairie, and no ofie but the Free Press could have discovered that citizens of Lewiston were depurating the value of the country inside. Why don't you get up indignation meetings and resolve against the bad conduct of the people of Lewiston towards Camas Prairie? If you could hare your way you woujd urray every section iu the country against every other on account of some allcdged bad faith that does not exist and never bos existed. * land FOR RENT, CHEAP.—On Big Potlatch. For cash or on shares. For p»r ticular* ?P j,ly to Martin J. Wessels, Lew ,itOD ■ lti-tf. ( as to last bis dub the ton A Terrible Wall Going np From ™ * * Aûén, Frightened oj Oßict tP«8. tbe tli of he the in in or the to his if "I to of The two chairmen of the territorial committees, George Ainslie of the demo cratic, and H. M. Dennett of the repub lican central committee, havo issued a singularily pitiful wail nnd call for a meeting at Boise (lity, to devise means and ways to hedge the wishes of tbe. North. They evidently are alarmed. ''The wicked flee when no man pnrsuetV is shown in their case with great dis tinctness. They know they have used their official position to oppose an inno cent people who have only askgd that J their rights, as American citizens, bo re spected by congress, and that after the consent of a majority of ."000 of the whole • people of the territory, and the full consent of tho conventions of both parties, which they claim to represent, by resolutions, enacted and published to the whole country. They must aim their batteries to tbe people of th'e North, for no other section has ever asked to be disintegrated from Idaho to become a part of any other state or terri tory, und both of you great chairmen know, you lie when you charge to us aught else than what the great majority of the people of Idaho, have once grant ed. We sny to both democratic and republican parties of the South, give to tho world honest and truthful men as chairmcu of your central committees, nnd they may command our respect, hut these fellows tremble like King Bel shazzer, when he saw the hand writing upon the wall. The Teller has often been asked its optuion on Woman Suffrage. We dou'l proposo to discuss the question. The Teller has never observed any advan tage to be gained to a people by women exercising the functions of political gov ernment. They havo an entirely distinct mission, generally .honorable, and pro ductive of good to the race ns that of the men. But in the race for political power and distinction, they make a poor show ing. They, in short, are not built that way any more than the men arc built to become mothers, and hear and nurse children, and no legislation can clinuge their build, und it is ull nonsense to dis cuss such a question, and the education of women to use the ballot in tho govern ent of a territory or state, is bound, loner or later, to become a failure. They need the protection of tho laws, and they will gain that much more I readily than by usurping the power to make and admiuister the laws themselves. ___ If they attempt to do that, they will be I the compelled to neglect ntlinr Hnlio. nr .,1 I advantages which them and causo the diminution and degeneration of tho race, other duties and I out properly belong to and ha nitniniilKvn ntwl What of It? Dispatches of tho 19th init,, inform us that by ths terms of the lease as taken by the Union Pacific and the Northern Pacific jointly "the Oregon Railway Navigation company will be operated by tho Union Pacific and Northern Pucific companies for ninety nine years." So that in our life time we arc to have more Oregon Railway A Navigation company to deal with. But we aro to deal with the Union Pacific and North ern Pacific till some other company conies into our country, as their interests are to ho joint. It is natural to infer that if any now roads are to be built that it will be the result of a joint and not a separate authority so far as the country betweon the Bitter Rod and Cascade mountains, and the same will be their joint action in running steamboats on the Snako and Columbia rivers. Whether Mr. Potter will remain in the authority of both these companies on this coast, is not made apparent as yet. It may reasonably be supposed that neither of .these companies will now seek to cripple tho business of the other so far as their joint interest» extend. It may hasten the building of a railroad up along Snake river, or the building of more boats to do tho business of the country along said river. Anything to meet the wants of the country. We shall see. "Give us the letter of Aug. 15, 1886 .—Fiee Press. If you A. F. Parker are so anxious to publish letters iu the possession of Leland, why don't you get the authority to do so? We are not hindering you. We have before told you that with that authority the letters would be at your service, hut not without. But you will havo to designate the letters and the writers, ns we don't propose to turn over to you all or any of the letters we have in our possession upon merely your dictum or request. !\ ash iNtiTOx, Jan. 19—Delegate Voorhecs of Washington Territory ad dressed the Maryland democratic club last Bight upou the admission of Wash ngton Territory as a state. Mr. Yoor bees explained its resources and attrac lions, and the club, at the conelusiou of bis remarks, passed a resolution unani mously appointing a committee of the dub to wait upon committees of the House and Senate on territories and urge the passage of a bill admitting Washing ton Territory. this (ton In the will to and Ihe will lease ly and since tion hold You the once land the of other will and fully m tort," and cause tbe if A ing terms the Idaho ington. tive. Idaho W must for and 7 j a a tbe. dis J re the to to us to TBE O. R. tt N. LEASE. Its Execution Authorised by the IT. P. Board of Directors, New York, Jan. 19.—At the re gular meeting of the Northern Pacific railroad directors today, the draft of the lease between tho Oregon Kail way it Navigation Company and the Union Pacific and Northern Pacifie was ap proved and its execution authorized. PROVISIONS OF THE LEASE. New York, Jan. I!) —The Pgst, in a filtam-ial article concerning the signing ol I the lease of the O, R. A N., lines joint ly by the Northern Pacific and Union Pacific directors, that there is reason lor believing t|pit the lease guarantees six percent, per annum on Oregru Railway <fc Navigation stock and that the liabili ties of the Northern and Union Pacific are equal. Also, thnt each company is jointly and severally liable for payment of the whole six per cent. The only change made from the terms already announced was elimination of the provisions by which the Northern Pa cilic liability was restricted by one-half the annual rental. The Oregon Railway A Navigation directors had already ap proved ol the leaso on Tuesday, and the Union Pacific directors ratified it on Wednesday, so that the long pending negotiations are finally ended By the terms ol the lease, as finally agreed to, the Oregon Railway A Navigation Com pany will bo operated by the Union Pa cific and Northern Pacific companies for ninety nine years. The Union Pacific and Northern Pacific jointly and several ly guarantee tho payment of all charges, including a six per oent. dividend on the stocks per annum, and in case cither company fails to pay its proportion of the charges, the other company will he liable for the full amount. There may have been some authority given to the commissioners of Idaho county to officially represout tho views and wishes of the people of Idaho county upon the matter of annexation, if not their speaking in an official capacity, their resolve and wishes ate confined to them selves alone, and will have no more weight than the resolve and whites of any other three citizens of the county, and will make a poor showing against the 350 other citizens of the county who have already signed petitions for annexa tion, even if one of these petitions was stolen. The proof of the fact ol tits theft is already at Washington nnd before congress. The Joint Lea^e. ___ I the - 'Northern', the Northern may k I .e. .---:______ 1 , ,, . The Oregonian talks as follows on the question of the joint lease: But in fact this combination will not long he able to enjoy tho fruit of the purpose which inspires it. The Union may keep out of the territory claimed by I out of tho territory claimed by the Uuion and the O. R. A N , may pass into the __ 1 .. . • . . . condition inactivity or syncope which this arrangement contemplates; hut other roads cannot be kept out. The Northern's "tcrritcry" will bo "invaded" from Seattle, tho Union's from tho Ore (ton Pacific, and both from the Manitoba. In a short time the Seattle road will he across the Cascade mountains and into the basin of the upper Columbia. It will traverse the Big Bend country, go to Spokane Falls, penetrate the Palouse and send a branch into tli country south of the Snake river. Ihe Oregon Pacific, still a live enterprise, will send a brauch from Middle Oregon through our counties of Morrow and Umatilla, and up to Walla Walla and Dayton. Then the consolidation of the Unio,n and Northern, through the joint lease of the O. R. A N., will be virtual ly worthless to tho parties concerned, and will even turn to their disadvantage, since from the start it will ho nu invita tion to other roads to enter the field Itieh these contracting parties have divided and mistakenly suppose they can hold by agreement between themselves So mote it he, as Bro. Besserer quotes, Men proposes nod God disposes." You can't dam up, nor long hedge in, the march of improvement when it has once started. The good city of Port land has been too slow iu providing for the products of the growth of the basin of the Columbia and Snake rivers. No combination of companies can prevent other capital from coming where the carcass is. A niuety-ninc years lease will become a myth, long before plans and hope* of the lessees or lessors are fully realized. The Dillon Tribune of the 23id tilt., m a leader entitled " Beaverhead» Pro tort," calls Senator Cullom tho "Sucker Senator from Illinois,'' and us of Idaho •Salmon eaters," and all because Cullom introduced a bill to aunex Beaverhead and Missoula counties to Idaho. The Tribune editor is quite wrathy over the question, bul we do not blame him, be cause it will be horrid to ho annexed to tbe Salmon eating community, especially if Ihe salmon they cat have sore backs.— A valanche. L A Hear what the ' Graogeville Free big I" editor of the Press says, in spoak The the »> lor IV u ne ne is 18tn door ing about a bill to admit Washington ! ■ ■ ,he ten above Territory into the unioD. The artici terms Delegate Y oorhocs an accidental delegate, and aays : "YVe hereby notify the people of Washington Territory that Idaho wilt defeat the admission ot Wash ington. There can be no-other alterna tive. The fight has been forced on Idaho by tbe arrogant dictator from ushington, and Washington Territory must hold him responsible for the con sequences."— Bellevue Herald. SHILOU S VITALIZE« is what rou need for Constipation. Loss of Appetite. Hiirinrss, and ail symptoms ut Dyspepsia. Price Kl und j cents per bottle. ISAMAN A CO. ad ty to I T L. day enunts P. re Pacific the it Union ap in a ol joint lor six is the Pa ap the on the to, Pa for the of he not of was ol by Almota, W. T , Jan. 16, 18S8. Mr. F. Baughman, Lewiston, I. T. My Dear Brother: —I am very sleepy and worn out, but I must write and tell you what a picuie we are hav ing here, nod the worst has not come yet, for the ice is piled up twenty feet high, aud blocked solid the whole width of the river, and I thiuk it is so from one end to the other, though I had a conversa tion with young Thatcher, or at least I think it was him, by the tone of voice, I could not got usy satisfaction as in regards to tho condition of the riv that point. I sent hint to get papa so l cuuid talk to hiut, after being absent about thirty minutes, ho informed mc that papa had gone to Portland. Well the ico gorged and broke Saturday night about ten p. tu., you have no idea how wicked it ean bo when it once gets a start ; it tore the whole starboard side out of the Spokane's hull and brtke her port cylinder timbers short off ; tore the stern out of the Faxon, and piled them both and the scow, Almota, high and dry on the shore. The Almota broke loose and was carried astern about fifty fact, and her Jbow crowded under the dock, and her stern high and dry on that little sand bar just below the dock; the comer ol the dock caught the cabin jttst ■<t the pintry and raked it slick and clean dovvn on to the bow, and itt as far as to the texas. Well now I tell you what tdtc looks like a cyclone had struck her. You cau tell Murphy and the rest of the boys, if they were only down here they could get four suppers every night ; we stand watch and sleep in turns ; Sullivan with the rest of the gang. We have all got all of our clothes onshore, lor we have to stand by ready to jump for life at any time, and so help me bob, we have all flew ashore three times since I began this letter, the water raised ten feet in five minutes. James Brennen, Juck Y oung and Putsie Brodric are here. Tell Knapgs I have what few things he lias in his grip and on shore and that I am going to put the safe off'. I havo put tile freight off and sent the express to Lewiston. It is now twenty minutes td four in the morning and I have not been asleep for two nights. We arc expecting to sec the whole fleet go at any minute. Y'ou may show this to Knaggs if you like. If you ean read this horrible scribbling, give nty regards to Mutphy and the gang. Your affecté nate brother. H. C. B. C\ C. Runncll has <he finest assortment of fiant« arc ever shipped to this market. Just step into his fiat- brick and examine bis stock. BORtt. ROBINSON.—On the Rig Potlatch Prairie on Jan. 17,1888, to the wi:o of K. F. Robinson a daughter. N15W TO-DAY. GRAND t tlif Mnsqurade Hull. --GIVEN BY THE LEWISTON BRASS BAND cFtibatj ^cftrttartj 10 '88 Committ* et- Arrangements —E. A. Bowlcv Hurry Thatcher, Rkcsi-tion Committee.—G oorg. Fester Lu cjus McGuire. T. V. barton, Eddie Arunt, h J. Bonlutre. L Lour Manaobrs.— Fred. Kroutingur, I. C llattabuugh, L, Stannus. Doorkeeper, Geo. Rester. A prize will ha given for the best sus tained Lady and Gentleman characters. A GENERAL INVITATION EX TENDED. No ohjeetionabl- parties admitted. TICKETS (including supper,) SIS 00 Spectators - - . 50cta. Supper by the Ladies of the Guild. Good order will be preserved. 17 ary SHERIFF-S SALE. Notice of She. ill's sale ,f real estate under ei ecu t inn. The First National Hank of Lewiston. Idaho, plamtifl. vs Isaac A Wilkinson, da'ondan! HYVHîTl Ko.an elution, issued out of the 1 rohste tourt of the county of Nez Perce, Idaho Territory, wherein the First Nution-,1 Batik ot bewLstun wos plaintiff, and Isaac A. »> 11kluffou was etendant. up^n a judgement rendered the 12lh day ol January A V Jhtik lor the sum of $7R 71, lawf-d money besides interest and ousts, I bare tins day levied upon gbt, title, claim and imeictd of said lie ■n of, in and to, the estate, to-wit: The * c. 10, ami nw *4 H M. Public notice IV u da tit, Isaac A Wilkin following described real ne '4 ofse L 4 and s'-j se ne *4 sec. Id tp :V( d row is hereby given that I will < n Saturday the 18tn day r,t . ebr-ary. A. I>. INK*, a t *J o'clock f ihe court house 11 at public M. of that day, door of the countv of N auo,ion ' f,,r l'»ned Htates lawful money »! ,he rl eht. title, claim and inter*«! of said de ten laot Isaac A. Wilkinson, of, in and to th above described property, or s , maid, tbonmf fatis ad way be neceaa» ry t.» raise sufficient t ty said judgement, with interest and eus* clc to the highest aud best bidder or bidders' LA XU DON, 7 •* 8herilu Patel January 10* 18*8. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. I T J Ih ; '"■■'•'»»"re existing betwvsn L. L. ( haptn*t* nnd J. I, rh : ... day dissolved by mutual oonsent ' AM .»! enunts due said firm are p«vahla to I It Chapman, and all indebtedn««R ..f -ni i • assumed and payable t.y L. K. ('I,.,p m „n *" " L. It. CHAPMAN, J-L. CHAPMAN. Lewiston, Idah*, January g), tsqqt ]-.q If The enlirë Greenfourg stock must be CLOSE» Dl Him llfltS MONTH, Preparatory to Moving into a new Establishment ---------1 AND GENUINE DEDUCTION ON Evinv 3VERY ARTICLE. SAVE SUGAR. * Customers will find it greatly („ (h . advantage to secure liberal supplies as the goods now ' hand are nearly all New and Fresh and continually- °h vancing in the market below. Customers having accounts with me will receive the advantage of the redu -1 ■ ing the sale. ' u C<1 P ri( -'o dar. CANDID E Has been made. all I I FRISCO SALOON. HOBT- SMITH, Proprietor, THE FliiST CLASS SALOON OF THE CITY Li Mixed Dr rotors an l Cigar ■A 8 n specialty, according to the GIVE HIM A CALL. I nlwoys on bond. Hilliard and Fool BLODBID JTOSK. J. W. ECLLIYIMIEAD. OF FARGO, I). T., Will be at the Lone Star Livery Stable, in Moscow. About the 15TH OF FEB, c 88. WITH A LARGE SHIPMENT OF IM PORTED. English Shire ami uimlaud Buj j STALLIONS Standard bres! Trolling .Stallions From the most noted families. Also SSolstciii asst! Mhorl BSoni BULLS AND HEIFERS. 15tf TO TAXPAYERS. THIS is to notify nil persons who are de linquent in payment of seht»-»! tux for 1887, within tlie Lcwist-m Indépendant School Dis trict. that tiie delinquent list is now in my hands and unless the »aid fax is pa d Febru ary 1st 1888, collection will he enforced a A. QUACKEN JMLS1I, Dist r ict Attorney. ling to lai 14 i \o) PALACE SALOON F. Ross, Proprietor, Keeps constantly on hand The A No. 1 lutter Whisker, ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS. If artel aud Jfennesjy Tirau d tes fot family use. BEST BRAND OP CIGAR VALLEY FARM DAIRY. J. M- SHARP, Manager. Delivery of Pure itlilk. ^•"Orders by pu,t,l. promptly attended to Hhf fun lint» with Z'Hid j OREGON RAILWAY & NAVI GATIGiMCO. "Columbia River Route." TICKE * S to . ,,n ' 1 fro,n principal points) "* * n the United States, Canudu «ntl h trope, idegant Pul'manPalace Cars Emigrant Sleeping Cars Hun '.through on Express Trains OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS, and ST PAUL. Free uf Charge and YVithout Change. Clcffe connections and I* at Portland for San Francisco iget Sou ml points. For further Partien, ars inquire of nny Agent or the Company or A L ilox ei 11, U. P, t I, A., Portlund, Oregon. A. L MAXWELL, H. P. a T. A. •V. H. HOLCOMB, uiiNL. Manager. «i/o o ! Uity o Ly i» r . cd the . AtI»,- Git i-t.Gi;.'Y'bt; y; f .iLlwU; U; ' *..... •>»* Y-àSoi.i Ave. Cttitwaa. D. I). BUNNELL, agent at Lewiston Jldallo. ally. THIi Meat iUarket. UI.IND LYING & DIBIT, BKTORS. BEEF, MUTTON, BACON, VEAL, SALSAGFS, PORK, HAMS The host of meats from the block and by the quarter, nod served in good stvle i-da. PpiL-ES bow. iq.f Mrs. Id. baux. W . K. 'I lmberlake T Corner 5th and Montgomery lata, LEWISTON I. T. ins HOTEL IS NEWLY BUILT hard finished throughout, bus all the MODERN CONVENIENCES For tho Comfort of Guests And iw kept a? a FIRST-CLASS noise GENERAL STAGE OFFICE And headquarters for all express lines Tun ing to and Irouj Lewiston. U R8. R. SAUX A Co. Proprietors. '.9-t 1? J. BOSTON, DENTIST by s a of • All dental Surgery p»rf..rme.l skillfully »nd K»urniityp,l tq give suiislhciuin ur m n.v r. fun j»d. "ffif»—l T p siuir, in Volluitr 4 C.. „ lint» bun.linjf, Lewist., u, I.I»ho. f,| I^nirm for SSnlo. One hundred and sixty acres deeded Und with g„„d hi plenty uf wster. Situated on C»|d»r creek Z'Hid chance f.,r Terms reasonable i7-3m nicht »eres under fence, »nd timber near at hand eek. on Big Potl.teh. A cue desiring . good leim, Enquire of, A. W. LONUFELLOW, Cameron, Idaho. • J p. H. W in.,ton, (ex register, of the Land Off co.) Lewi,ton, Nez Per-e j ty. Idaho Tori J Itcid, nr,lnf -r. Ml-',... mty, I,Jaho Tor, hon. WINSTON & HEID attorneys-at-law FKICES Lewiston A War»»., i Practice in »II lh „ c „ urta * ***• 1 *««. Perce, Idaho and Ko..t the Supreme Court at 1: hnsh.ne, y •tinliea and j a D- NTISTRY. A. TALBOTT A N Obu AND EXPERIENCED DKNirsr of about twenty year, praetic., mat he is permanently located iu LewetoT and may ho found at his J.ntal ro.m. ' Gla«,'aho# «tore. Jio is nrcimrod t„ e thing in the dental line, broken t.eth"buUt np to natura' mo with gold. Teeth furniah»« on any kind of plate known to the pr.fej.? b, . C T°erv e ô!^ " DJ ï»«r„twi Notice To Creditors. Estatoof John S. Hoy, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given l y the undersigned the administrator of tho estate of John 8 hoy, deceased, to the creditor« of. and all person having claims against tho «ni l deceaied to exhibit tht-in with the neceeemy vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to th** said ndministrator »t hit residence in Little i'otlntch precinct, Net Perea county, Idaho Territory, the sun« be* sD/r the place tor the transaction of toe buii neas of said estate. . , . . Famukl I). Otlfar, Administrator of the estate of John 8. Kon deceased. ]; j 5 „ IIOTELdsI COR. ÜU and C STREETS. LEWISTON j IDAHO. MME LE FRANCOIS, Proprietres IXaa all the C'omforta and courenteacM of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL This house has Leen long and favorably known us the atrangcr'a home. FIRST-CLASS BAR IS IN CONNECTION F x I ra AccoiuiuoilafioM for Commercial Travelers. CONTEST NOTICE TIMBER CULTUB& LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho Deo. 2~th. 1897. Complaint having been entered At this offle# by Calvin Royer againet Clarence G Morey fer failure tu comply with law as to Timber—Ciil ture Entry No, 742 dated Nur tth, 1885, upoa tbe *w qr se qr s ht sw qr and nw qr iw qf « c 11» *P 33 r 5 w B M. in Ne» Per«« cneity, Idaho Territory with n view to tho cancella* tion of paid entry; contestant alleging that the said Clarence G Morey, has failed to break acres of suid land during the second year fra® date of entre and has failed to cultivate the Iw acres broken the first year tbe said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office •• tbe 80tb day of January 188S, at 10 o'elaek in. , to respond and furnish testimony •••• cerning said alleged failure. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON. 18 Register. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 eeiti. ISAMAN A CO. 'VI1\ WILL YOU oough when ShPoh'a Cera will give immediate relief? Price 10 oenti, CO cents, and $1. ISAMAN A CO. W- SIMPSON. 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