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THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY ANw COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Hk tÈLlERha» the largeet circulation oj Any paper m A'orth Idaho. ESTERED at tii Lcwiiton Poet Office Pi «teOIld elite matter. V.IUR8DAY... ......MAH. 22. 1888 OUR TRIP TO HELBR A. Two weeks «go last Monday ourself hod Dr. J. B. Morris, who had been design ited by the board of trade of Lew iston to meet a delegation from the Walls Walla board of trade, at Palouse Junction, and accompany them to Helena to interview the manager of the Mani toba railroad, in regard to the extension of the road westward towards the Paiiüe, und to present the wishes of the two boards of trade respecting their comiog through one of the passes in the Bitter Boot mountains at the head waters of the Clearwater and extending their line down that stream to the open country, Rud thence on to the Columbia river via Walla Walla. By a misunderstanding of the message the Walla Walla delega tion understood that we were to meet them on Monday evening at Palouse Junction, when our message designated Tuesday evening. The Walla Walla del egation not finding us at the junction on Monday evening, proceeded on to Helena, and wo arrived at the junction and not meeting them as we had expected, also proceeded on to Helena, where we b und them. They had had their interview the day before we arrived with Col. Broadwater, the resident manager of the Western Division of the Manitoba, and tine of their number had started home. The other remaining to meet us when we arrived and to confer with us. The next day we of Lewiston had our inter Veiw with Col. Broadwater, apart from D. W. Small Esq , the remaining dele gate from Walla Walla, while he went to Boseman to meet friends and to re turn on the next day and accompany us Do our return. The Lewiston delegation had their interview on Thursday after noon, which lasted about two hours. We found tho Col. a very affable gcntlc tnau, age about 55 or 57, well informed of matters in that section of country, having been practically conversant with it for the last twenty years, and claimed to have visited this section of country and the country west of this, and since he has bean in the interest of the Manitoba hud been able to collect, by and through em ployes, very many statistical facts relative to our development and resources, and spoke in the highest terms of our natu lal advantages of soil and climate. But lie gave us to distinctly understand that his company had not determined upon any route west of Butte; that they Would not construct their lino west of Butte ( the present year. Meantime they propose to examine the various routes weal from Butte with great care, and cbooso the best they could find fur low grades, and where any route had a superior low grade they would be likely to adopt, and if any section had superior agricultural and other advantages, out aide, they proposed to supply it with short feeders fiom their main trunk line. Low grades has .been the object to attain for their trunk line as far as they have built up to the present time. They claim that they can haul more freight over their line, already built, with one engine, in weight, than the Nsrthern Pacific can over their line with three engines, and in leas time for the same distance, and at less cost. That they have already demons'that at a cost offl^iftAtAwy can haul over their road sSMe freight than can the Northern Pacific over their line at a coct of f 1,000 and hence they seek low grades for their line. We gave to the Col., much in formation as we had in regard to the Clearwater route, which, in some respects, Was more favorable than he had before teeeived and he said that they would examine the route with great care as soon as the season vu favorable and seemed to be pleased for the information we gave to him, and said he would be pleased to have ns give to him by letter or other wise, any additional facts we might learn in relation to tbe country, and routes, nod the resources of the (.Üsaîlrfifer eonntry, although hs claimed that he pretty wçJJ posted in regard to the ^RNNlhniluris of the country, and its for a railroad. We men I that the Union Pacifie and North «ra Pacifie bad already made preliminary SRpreys of partions of the lower Clear «Mer, and than changed their plans, tbe fftonhmm Paeifio in the days of Jay Cbok, aud tbe Union Paeifio under chief Biiskeuderibr, but have not extended Uhtm acroee tbe divide, and under the »■* -nt admiaUMatiou, had almndoned them fist other fields ot engineering, ftwsa causes best known to themselves, bat not from insurmountsble obstacles to tho bnildiog of a railroad of good ftndo through lha Bitter Root moun tains; bat it was to be inferred that a cfaaogs of admisistration had caused the abandonment for tbs present. We told a him that wc knew of no obstacle which any other company could present to the Manitoba in selecting the Clearwater pas* lor their line, in case they should find the grades good and practicable. The Nez IVr.-c reservation lies in the line ot this road, the ri^-ht of-wny tbrou<*h which coulJ, as wc thought, be easily obtained if dc-ircd by his company. Many other suggestions we made to all of which ho gave ready audience, sod theu wc bade the gentleman adieu tor the present, in the full hope that the advantages of the Clearwater rente would be fully investigated l-y tluir own engineers before any decision would be made as to tho toute westward from Butte. We obtained a fair hearing upon the subject of our mission, and that is all we expected when wc left home. We felt encouraged to believe that our chances for the Manitoba road, in due time were as good as those of any other portion of country, and even better if the company investigate it as they intimated they should. Lewiston ou tbs Hill. The remark of bluff Ben Wade to his friend from Michigan regarding the early development of that state, strikes us as quite applicable to the condition of things on the plateau south of our city. The Michigan pioneer was enthusiastic in his laudations of the advantages -of his adopted home and said all they lacked was water and good society. The sena tor replied—"Humph! that is all hell locks," So it is with our beautiful, town-site on the plat. We lack water and good society—or, in fact, any society whatever. The time will be, and, as we think, in the near future, when it will become necessary to occupy this ground, at least, for the domestic dwellings of our citizens. It has the advantages of being a healthy location, commanding an extensive and glorious view of both rivers aid their contiguous landscapes. Tbe soil is richly productive and under the fertilising power of irrigation, is adapted to the cultivation of all kinds of garden vegetables, fruits and flowers. Its situa tion is such as to afford, almost, natural drainage and is free from all the miasmatical impurities which are com mon to many populous towns. It is, also, safely beyond tbe reach of river innundations and safe from the annoy ance incident to the rush, bustle and tumult of busy commerce in tbe priuci pal thoroughfares of trade. It is sus ceptible of useful and captivating arti filial adornment and can bo made a para dise, for a home. At present it, oer tainly, lacks water and society ; but if good water is provided, the society and good society will follow. Quod water may exist in the absence of society ; yet, wherever you find good healthy society you will, also, find good water. Good wuter is no welter than bad, but it fur nishes the life blood of health to a com munity. And if we can associate pure water with tho wholesome and vigorous atmosphero of our, upper, town site, we may, reasonably, expect few deaths iu Lewiston, except from old age or such deaths as result trom the, usual, antidote for suake bites. While wo are agitating the question of a railroad, opening ol the reservation, &e. Ac., let us not be unmindlul of the home improvements essential to our welfare, socially as also commercially. In the Senate committee, March 9, Senator Stewart had it cut and dried to report a bill providing that the panhandle elect eleven members to the constitu tional convention, iu Washington Terri tory ; that if the people of the panhandle refused to elect them, but voted against it, then the boundary lines should re main as they arc. If they elect them the panhandle should be added to Washington Territory. It was about to pass when some one suggested that they send for Senator Cullom. There were but four senators present, and an other had sent word tbut he was in favor of it, which would giro a majority. Stewart objected to sending for Cullom, because, he being a friend of Delegate Dubois, would oppose the scheme. Cul lim was finally sent- for, however, an<j he did object, and strongly, and ngfch to bis _own aji'J_;}-„r Surprise of Stewart, Senator Tu rpie agreed with him. This alarmed the wily Nevadan, and at his suggestion the matter went over. He may make a minoiity report, but the House, at least, will stand by Delegate Dubois, who deems it unfair and unjust to submit the proposition to the North alone, but would be willing to let the question go before tho whole territory. Stewart is bent on the destruction of Idaho, aud will resort to any methods to bring it about during his term of office. Cullom is equally determined and will checkmate him in the Senate.— Idaho Democrat. Notwithstanding Dubois and Cullom opposed, the telegraph of the 15th iost., announces thst Stewart's bill was report ed favorably by the majority of Senate committee. Gold Pint sold on t< i-il, if not good, no sale. 6. U. ISA MAN k CO. 24 tw County Matters. When we left for Montana we under stood that about 1,3U0 citizens of Nez Perce connty had signed rcmonstrancts against any removal of the county seat of the county, and against any division of the county at the present time, and forwarded those petitions to congress. These petitions, as we understood, were signed by 300 more than one halt of the citizens of the couDty, and we supposed that the matter was settled for the pres ent. But when we came back we found the project of division of the county had been revived and telegrams had been sent to and fro between this place and Mos cow and Washington, and it was reported to us that division was inevitable. We don't know how the people of the county will be pleased with the change of pro gramme, Wo hear ofbadfaith among some to others of our people, but we koow not the lads, but wo have come to the conclusion if the people of the county cannot harmonize, and be content to remain together without a continual wrangle, better go apart, while we regret a division, but if division must come we will make the best of it, and hope when it does take place tbers will be more content and each section can manage its own affairs without molestation from the other, even if it does cost tbe two couu tics more than one would to be supported. There is one thing that a house divided against itself can't long stand, and what each county retains it can manage and control without consulting the other. We hope that in case of division, quar rels will cease, and schemers in one county to take advantages of the other will find their occupation gone, and that prosperity will attend both. We have in years past always been a friend to both sections, and they have treated us with courtesy and friendship aud w hope this feeling will continue. We observe that the Portland board of trude are calling attention to the Clearwater route for the Manitoba rail road west from Butte city, and bave n solved to send a delegate to interview Jim Hill upoc the subject. They prob ably have concluded that the route via Coeur d'Alenes, is much lunger, and has heavier grades and will be much more expensive to build and when built, aside from the product of the mines, will nut have half as good support for a road as tbe Clearwater route promises to furnish. We are glad to see Portlaud people ad mit the truth and begin to uct upon the principles of that truth. Wash i noton, March 16.—Senator Dolph has introduced a hill to authorize the construction oi a railway bridge over the Clearwater river, in Idaho, bet «reçu its mouth and the boundary of the Niz Perce reservation ; and for the naviga tion company to build a bridge over Snake river at Texas Ferry, W. T. The above indicates an effort on the part of some compsuy to construct a rail road in this section via the Snake and Clearwater rivers. Bridgiug at Texas would indicate that the Texas grade which was abandoned in Villurd's time is likely to be utilized. The bridge over the Clearwater may be opposite Lewiston or four or six miles above. Right of Way. Mr. A. Watt, right of way agent for ths O. R. A N. company, was in the city last week, for the purpose of conferring with our people iu regard to the right of way for the extension of their road up to Lewiston. The suggestion was made that the oitixens of Lewiaton purchase or secure the right of way for their road, west from Lewiston as far as Ws Ws Wa, about thirty miles, into Washing ton Territory, conditional, that the com pany commence construction within six months and complete the road from Riparia to Lewiston within two years. They also had a petition circulated ask ing congress to grant a franchise^ for a bridge across the Snake river and one across the Clearwater. A large number ot the citizens signed the petitions for the bridges, but they could not ses the propriety of Lewiston purchasing the righ^of_ jr*f Of settlers io Washington Territory, so aa to block up tbe marging of Snake river for the period of two years, before the road should be built. They seemed to think the company itself would be better satisfied by securing their own right of way. Our people did not wish to bind themselves to do any thing to secure a right of way that would be a barrier to any other company who might choose to build into this sec tion, and thus the matter was dropped for the present, at least. They wished to be at liberty to offer advantages to aoy company which would afford the best facilities to this place as well as to the country surrounding. This matter was discussed in the board of trade, and the board of trade thought it waa a matter in which all the citizens ot the place should be heard and have a voice; tbat it was not addressed to the board of trade, but to citizens of Lewiston. ■festis Moors Whiskey, of 1882, for tale at tbs O. R. I N, Kxchaugn. Call io| sod ssmpls it. t< Meeting of CIMssns at tbs Court Bouse. A public meeting of citizens was held at the court house cn Tuesday eveniog, upon abort notice. A fair repiesentatiun of our citizens were present. D. D - Bunnell was chosen chairman and J. W. Poe secretary. The object of the meet ing was stated to tic the consideration of a telegram from W. H. Holcomb, gen eral manager of the O. R. A N., com pany, wanting to know bow much of the right of way, for a railroad, would be secured, between Riparia and Lewiston, in case tho company would obligate themselves to build and complete a rail road between these points within twelve months. This was abbreviating the time one half, from that proposed by Mr. Watt. The matter was quite fully discussed, aud resulted in tbe selecting a committee of two persons, Roheit Gros tein and D. M. White, to go down the river as (aras they thought advisable aDd ascertain the difficulties, if any, iu secur ing the right of way, and thq secretary was instructed to notify Mr. Holcomb that we had the matter under considéra tion, and when our committee had in vestigated and reported we would be better able to give him an intelligent answer, and then the meeting adjourned subject to the call of the chairman. Mr. Fenn came out from the mine last Thursday aud was greatly elated at the prospects he had left behind. The work done during the winter bus developed a four-foot ledge of good grade ore, aud twenty five inches of it is rich enough to ship. The vein matter shows liberally chlorides, sulphurets, native and brittle silver. W. Ogbsby and Andy Me Quade are working there now. The suow is all gone und Mr. Fi-no will stun iu again next week to make ready lor shippiug as rnueh ore as possibly during the season. There is already some tiilk of buildiug a wagon road over the Mel nor trail as far as Slate creek, which can be done at slight expence .—Free Press. Chicago, Munit 16.— The announce ment that Maj Iiandbury, chief of the United States engineering department in Chicago, has been ordered t j Portland was as much of a surprise to the Major hints: If as to his many frieuds. He was seen in his office yesterday und asked if tbe report had been verified, and he re plied that it hud. He explained that hr Wc uld relieve Capt. Powell, who is at prcseDt in charge of tho improvements at the mouth ot the Columbia river, of construction of dams and locks in Oregon, of improvements at lit - C iseades, of con struction of Forts Candy and Stevens, and of the Thirteenth lighthouse dis trict. NEW TO-DAY. FEED STABLE iCORRALL OPPOSITE THE HOTEL DE FRANCE. Animals kept at a reasonable price and a good corrall for camping Water handy; "GET THERE" If you want good Satisfaction. M. L. SMITH. 25 Notice of Sale of Real Estate NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance ol orders or the Prubate Court of Net Prrcc count;, Idaho Territory, mad, on the 26ih day of November 1886 anil on tbe 26th day ol December 1887. in the matter of Ihe eetate of John J, Coffey, deceased, the undersigned, tbe administratrix of the said estate, will sell, at private rale, to the highest bidder, for cash, gold com of the United Steles, tml subject to confirmation by said Probate Court on Satur day tbe Seeond day of Juno 1*88. ail tbe right, title, interest and estate of tbo said John J. Coffey, at the time of bis death, and nil the right, title and interest that the eaij estate has by operation of law or otherwise ecquirod. other then o- in ndailion to that of tbo laid John J. Coffey, at the lime of his death, in and to all those certain lots, pieees or parcels of land, situate lying and being in Nes I'erec county, Idaho Territory and bounded end da scribed as follows, to-wif: The southeast quarter of section twenty-nine, township thirty seven north of rouge five west, 160 acres: also tho couth half, northwest quarter and north half, southwest quarter of section twenty-eight tewnehip thirty seven north of range five west 1(0 aoroe. Offers and bids must be in writing and will heieceived by the undersigned at tbe office - f James W. Poe, Esq,, ett'v aM*w,-,Q the City of Ltwiito», I.T7, uÿ to'and iocïud jog the'saiil second day of Juno >888. or may bo filed with tho clerk of tho Probate Court. Terms and oondi-iaue of »»Io. cash, gold coin of the United Elates, or pert eesb and part secuieJ by a mortgage on the real estate to be sold. Deed at Ibe eipenae of tbe pur chaser. EMMA F. COFFEY, Administratrix of tbe estate of John J. Cof fey, deceased. Dated Maroh 2l«' 1888. 25 3m NOTICE FOU PRE KMPllON PROOF. LAND OFFITE AT Lewiston, I. T. «eh. 22 (888. WALTER A. SMITH. DS 2864. N otice is herbby uiven that tiip. following named settlor has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of his eiaim and that said proof will be metis at this office, on Mareb 31st. 1888, vis.- Wai ter A. Smith DS 28M lor th-> lots 3. 4 5 and set« seta see 24 end lot 1 see 25 tp 36 n r 2 e. B. M. Ile usines the following witnesses to prove hi* eontinunus residence ut-nn. end cul tivation of. (aid land, vis : Frank Riley. C. D. Jener, K»cb» Orey, of Ulrnn P. O., Idaho and Patriok Kant, ufL-> Lo P. O Idaho FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, '41 Register. 1*103301 ubi.'tod Guaranteed inuf.ii-> 1 Flectrtr Jm w a "2*"'[Hw. Ftmwrful. OuiaLI*? _ fil? Avoid fraud«. M. MMt, I«.tatet, 181 Waias .1 avl Cnkam. D. D. BUNNELL, aqeot at Lewiaton ItUlio. 31.Ij. GIVEN AWAY! CIVEN AWAY! Town Lotet Town Lots! -ITS' THE town of Genesee ! NEZ PERCE COUNTY, IDAHO. Business and ResidencE Lots. CONSIDERATION:- -The erection of ti building, For farther particulars enquire of LOUIS LEVY, 23 Genesee, Nez Perce County, Idaho, NOTICK FOR PREKVIPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT I ewistnn, Idah>>. Feb, 28 1888, MICHAEL LYDON. US, 2178. NOTICE i« hereby given that the following named settler has filed n-diee of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will ha made at this office, on April 14th. 7788. vis: Michael Ltdon, D. ». 2875 for tb» wS tsk sec 22 tp 38 n r4 w lie names the following witnesses to preve his c- ntinuous residence upon a: d cultiva tion of said land, vis: James Keane, llieh ard Thornton, Timothy Ke..ne. N Humphrey. Thomas Lin-bun and Michael Thornton, of (Jen. see, I. T. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON. 22 Register v limitions. S io the District Court *»l the First Judicial Dis trict ot Idaho Territory. in mid for I lie C"un tv of Nob Perce LiizieC. Ar-nt, plaint iff. vs. Jleury O. Arant, riefeadtkiit TO HENRY O. A KANT, deft,* d*nt t The Territory of Idaho send greeting- Y u are her* by tn.tified that there is no « on fl a in the o*ce of the lerh of the District C*>u t **t the First Judicial District ot said territory, in Lewiaton« ountv <>f Nez Perce, the cinpU nt oi the above named |duit.tiff, wherein judge ment it deuiMnded against you. 1st, that the hoods of matrimony between plaiutiff nod your self be dissolved and that the enre and custody of certain minor children he awitrued to p if 2: that certain | crs nal pr*»pv ty of tt>e value of $5h. he awarded to p aintiff; 3rd, for such other and fur* her relief a.* to justice and equity heh ng. On tbe ground that de'end nt h*s wilDuMy and without causa deserted and a**»n doned the plain«!?; os more »»illy ippaars in th«* c mpla nt filed bereit., to which re er. nee is be<e»y made And >ou are also notifiai! tn.it un 'ess you appear an answer the s«*ic c m plaint within ten da\s after the service t ereof, if tnrved within Nez Percy county, and within twenty da>s. i* served out o' said county, bur within said Judicial District, d witlm forty days it served out of s tid district (exclus v* of the day <d service.) the flninriff wilt take a de« "suit against you ai d apply to the court for the relief n me t above. GIVEN under my hand and the «ml of the District " ourt of the First Judicial Dis LL.S] tr ct **f Idaho Territory, in and for Nez Perce c omty. this 12'h dav * f .March, A D. 1888. Ü. F. Molt HIS. By W. S. Buc k, deputy. Clerk, K. O'Neill att'y »or plt'ff. 24 BLOODED^STOCK. J. W. IIOLLl.YMIKAD. OF FARGO, D. T., Will be in Lewiston, Idaho. About the 1ST OF MAR. »88. WITH A LAUGE SHIPMENT OF IM PORTED. KngllsIilShli'c and Cleveland Bay STALLIONS- --ALSO Standard bred Trottine Stallions From tbe most noted families. Also Holstein and Short Horn BULLS AND HEIFERS. 15tf tt * u CP Farm fox* Sale, Ona hundred and fixtr acres deeded land with good bouse, eight sores under fenee« plenty of water, and timber near at hand. Situated on Cedar creek. on Big P-tlateh. A good chance for « ne desiring n g«»ud faun, Tenns Ieuaonable Enquire ot, A. W. LONGFELLOW, 7*3m Cameron, Idaho. M OKTGAGE SUMMONS. Id the Dut riot Cou'tnt the First Judical DUtriot of Idaho T«rrit*n> N«z Perce Cu. i endvl Sutheriin plaintiff vu. J. A* Funnier, Aonift L. t'an»lrr. Louts Lew. Iticbard Knapp, nurvivin-r partner ol tfie firm «*f Knnpp. Burrel A i'n , and D P. Thotupnou • nd vVui er Hurrel. Ihr ezecuion* of th«* la-t will nnd testament ol M. Luirel. deceased defendants. Tu J. A. Fabuler el. nl , 4 fendante In the nrtme of the f'eo/tfe of tho United State* in the 'Ierritetrjf of Idaho. You are hereby required to appear in an »ction brought againet jnn b tbe above nnme>i platn'tff in the District curt In tbe Firit Judicial District ol the ler.it -ry »*f »dabo, in ao>t tor tb- county of Net Perce and tu an ( ewe* the ooroplaiut filled therein within ten day (tzciuaive of day of forvioet alter the service on you of tbi* »ummona—if eerved within thie county ; or, it porved <«ut of thia o->unty, but iu thi* diatret. within twenty •lay*; • them ire with n forty day*—or judge ment by de dull will be taken aga«nat you. aco->rding to the prayer of raid c-mplaint Tbe »aid action i* brou/ht t > obtain a decree of thir curt, lor the loreclosure of a certain in rivage described in the »aid complaint, und ez ecu te i by the «Hid J. A. K'-n-lor aud Annie L Fu> «1er on the 22nd dev of December, A. D.. '882, to «coure the payment of a cer tain promissory »tore ui-de by them to i In in tiff on a.'ine day t**r $*00. with in er««t at 15 per c*at. per annum from date till paid, and $-M 85 wirb interest fr-m February 2. 1888, ti I ptid at ten per cent per annum beiug amount, paid for taxe*, and $75 attorney'» tees und c«»«t of ruit. that the premise« con vened by «aid mortgage tu «y b sold, aud tbe prove*-*!« applied to the payment **l s.i l no e, moneys expended ns at-.re.-aid, attorney's fees und costs. F'-r furtherpnrlicu ars re erence to the e mp »int « n file is lurch* made, and in ea«e «uh |>r oeods u>e not su tic eut to pay the suine, then t<* obtain un exeouti n against raid J. A. Fans'er and Aunt« L Fan-1er tor the balance remaining due. and a!fl«> that the said détendants aud alt p* rs-ms claiming by. through or uuder them may be barred and f reel*-fled ot all right, title, claim. Din, equity of redemption, arid interest in and to said morgiged premises, and for other and further relief. And you nre hereby notified that, if you fail to appear und answer the «aid complaint, as ab *ve requir' d the s id plaintiff will apply to the court tor the relief demanded in tbe said oompiaint. GIVEN under my ban I and tbe seal of the District Court ot tho First [L. S.J Judie «I District of the territory of Idaho, in an * lor the county ol Nez Perce this Bib day ot February A. D., 1888 B. F. MORRIS. Clerk« By W. 8. Buck, deputy ote k. J. W I'oe attorney for plaintiff. I herein certify 'hat the ab-ivais a true and correot copy of the original summons in my pows sflion, h. J LANGDON, Sheriff of Nez Perce county, Idaho. BOX ELDER TREES FOR SALE I have a large quantity ot First-class Box Elder Trees on hand which I will sell AT A REASONABLE PRICE. I warrant the trees to give ss'isfeetii.o. Ad dress, W. MKAS, Colton. W. T. 16 3in Subscribe foe tbe Teller. Notice to Creditor*. Batata of Tiodose 8<»talo, deceased. NOTICE is her«b\ given by the under signed executor of the last will and testament of Ti^doae Notel», xlceensed. to the treditors of and all pert na having eiaim« against the acid dece t-ed. in exhibit them with - he necessary ▼o'tobers within t**ar mom ha after the (kr»t publication of thia notice t» tbe aaid executor at the uflo« of J M. Ilowe. i sq , in the city nt Lewiaton I. I'., the e*me bring the place for the tranaaotion ef the busiueaa of aaiti eatate. RAMON »I RA8 Kxacutor of Ihe last will and ieatam«nt of lioduse hotel*», deceased 22*4w NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF. JOUNR. OLA'S, l>8 3274 LAND OFFICE AT Lewl.tnn. Id.ho.Feh 20.1888. N 'OTICB 18 IIKRK.il Y 31 VEN I HAT the rulliiwinv n med settler has filed no tice of his inieotim. to toake final priiof in sap purt of hts eiaim. that said pri.i.t will he made at thia office, on March 80th 1888. via • John H. (liais, Uh 3274. l.-r tbs nw* m* '»* aw* •<* nw*t o-d iw* nt* see 17 tp 34 n r 4 w. B. M. He names tb* following witness, to trove hi. continu- ns residence upon and cultivation of said lead, vis: Werren A. Delano, John O. Pell, Jasper N. Mnunee. Ueorge U. Clark, all of WabaP.O. Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATT1R80N. 8TUCKMBN TAKE NuTICR —Oil th* 23rd nf March I wdl *-ll at t n' lic auction in Rock* ford, Hpnkeur County, IT. T. three Jinks and two Jaiin'M, thorough bred Kentucky Mammoth rtoek. Tb- »teuer ni than* auimala tain Enviant! ami at bin order they Will bn nold to tbo highest bidder. 21-lm Richard A Dana. VALLEY FARM HAIRY, J. M. SHARP, Manager, Delivery of Pure Hilk. «V- Orders by postal^promptly attended to. THK Meat Market, ( UNDlNlMi 4 IHBK, } PROPRIETORS. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS SAL SAGES, The Lest nf meet, from the hloek and by tkc quarter, and served in good ctvla* Sqx. TitK.Es Lew. lit/ Administrators Sale of Real Eetate at Publio Auction NOTIt'K is hereby given that ia pariasses of an order of the Probate Conrt ol Nes Perse county. Idaho Tertiary, made on the 37th «lay of February. 1888. io the matter ef Ike estate of William Mulligea, deceased, the undersigned, the ndminiatretor of the eatate of WilliMtn Mulligan, deceased, will sell, at public auction to the highest and heat biddar tor cash gold coin ef tbe United States sad subject to conformation by said Prebate Csart, on Saturday the 2dth day of Mareh, 1888, at twelve o'clock M v at the reneh of the late William Mu ligan, near Palouse City, W. T. f all the right, title, interest and estate eftke said H iiliem MoHigau at tbe time of Ms death, end ell the right, titleaod Interest that the said estate has, by operation of law er otherwise, acquired other than, or in add it Isa tu that o the said William Mulligan at the time ef his death, i» and to all that certain lot. piece, or parcel of land eitnnte, lying end being in Nes Perce county, Idaho TerfRavy* and bounded and deseribed aa follow# So-wit ; w H ae and e H nw it ace 82 tp 42 aerth of range 4 west B. M., containing 180 serai Vf thereabout s. Terms and conditions of aula o»in uf tbe Untied Butes, nr pact ensh 0i4 pert , .cured br » mortgage on the real SSt eta to he eold. tea percent o/thn purchase nee*/ to be puis to tb* luetioBeer on thn day ef sets balance on aoarormntien of ml* by so« Probata Coart. Deed at axpaa** ef parehMM. DAVID NOTMAN. J».. Administrate, of the estate of WUItnM Mal'igaa. dece a sed Dated February 28, 1888. 2!-4w M ORTUAGE SUMMONS. In thn Distrlnt Conrt of the First JndWtl DUtiiot ot Idaho Territory Nei FereeeoaaW. Patriok W. Campbell and Jama, Tait pintail« V-, Knud t.arson end Tbe Flnt Netisast Bank of Lewiet-ia defnadaaU. Ta Knud Lareoa und Thn Vlrut »•«*•> Bank uf Last 1st*«, defnadeata. The territory of Idaho : You urn ItdV required to appear In an action brought ngei»*» you by tho above aamod plaintiffs in IHM* triet Court of tbo Kiret Judicial District eft*« Territory uf Idaho, ia and far thn •»■»V •> Ntf Pêro» and to answer tbo nemplnint Mja therein within tea day, (exelasir* ef ln« «F of aorviee) alter the urvloo on yon nf "j* summon,—if served within this coaaty i **i ■ served out of this county, but ia this uistfwt» within twenty days ; othnrwtan within MJ dey»—or judgement by dafanlt will ha ittw sg-iinet you, aroording to thn prayar *•■«■ complaint. - .. Ï bn Uld notion ia brought to obtain t of thi, court, tor ihn feicelo.ur* of » mortgage d.sonbed in thn Mid nomplnint, nan ..... ■ ' ten *a thh executed by the said Knad Lateen Wik diy November A. I payment ot three evrtaia grrgsting the principal ^ tere.t on $77 thereof from Nov 1 18BI rate of ton par eent per nnnnm. and o pa e " on Ihn rniiia amount foaad dnn « 1 , fees and for eoati sf nnlt, an appear* ■ f o. mttaint lied hernia, that tb* pr*»«" •£* reynd by said mur gage may W «»,•■*■* lient tep*y tondant* and nfl FJJ* i « ^ Sf. at all *3 ■apUna. •»* I aremiM*. CM ** Knud Let son for th* hslanne and ul*u that th* said defendaal* ■ ■one elalmiag hy. through t ho barred and furaelo.od I claim, liea. squity of redomptUa. io aad to aald mortgaged premia*», other and fuither reliai. „ And you ere karaby aettdnd that, U] t* appear aad aaawer th# Mid a*mpl*J ab« V, required ; the aald plaiati* W* ** to th* court far th* raltof dameadnd Ib *•• a mplaiat. . . m tllVBN under my hand end thn Mm District Conrt ef thn [L. 8.J District nf lha Tatritoqr at and for theeowaty WtkdvrfKmnhAfcDnMJ^ JUSTwa T