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THE LEWISTON TELLER
CITY ANü COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. We TELLUR hfu the largeit circulation oj any paper tn A'orth Idaho. SlfTEREI) at tie Lneiston Poet Office St* eecond does matter. TMUR8DAY... ........JULY 12, 1888 fePITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Waiia Lake, July 8, 1888. Dear Teller; C, C. and Master Waller Bunnell and myself started at 7 «'dock a. tn., on the 7th inst., from .Lewiston, and traveling; leasurily till 12,15, when we arrived at the Lake House, We were hot, tired and hungry, and as Boon as we hud our team stabled, had washed ourselves and rested a short 'time, the call for dinner was sounded and just at that lime it was welcome. The hostess, Mrs. Fannce, had learned That wo were on the road, nnd she anticipated our tired and hungry con dition and gave us a good dinner, such as she generally prepares when she has due notice, and I think, by our eating, «he must bave had ample evidence that Ve appreciated a good dinner, We found here Judge Band and family, Lot Wiggin and family, who had pre eeeded us that morning. We did but little the remainder of the day, till about 5 o'clock p. m., when Bunnell and Wiggin went out in a boat and caught Enough trout to give us a good breakfast. While they were gone two families from Camas Prairie arrived and pitched oamp near us. Mr. Aram nnd family, who weye returning from a six weeks sojourn at Medical lake, and Mr. •Chamberlain and family, from a visit to tho Palouae country. They wero going Through via the new road over Craig's mountain to the prairio. Mr. Aram -claimed that be had derived much benefit from the Medical lake water, io reliev ing him of hia rheumatism ; but ho did Hot like the country in the Palouse near ly as well as that of Camas Prairie. We took notes on the way here io reference to the practicability of a railroad from Lewiston to this place, and satisfied our selves that a good practicable route exists to this point, and from thocc who liave been over the route beyend here to The summit oi the Crag mountain divide, Ere lesrn that no greeter grade will be xequtred then between here and Lewiston. The rente we viewed between this and Lewiston, starts np from Lindsay's and follows np by the Steven's milk ranch, and follows the gulch via tho Swallows asst, and out upon tho prairie trom the head of that gulch ; thence southerly to "the crossing of the cast end of Tammany Hollow. This crossing can be made by trastHng so as to keep up on the highest ground. Tkcnco on to tbo high hud lust north of the Shieslcr ranch ; then short trestling so as to strike tho moun <ain above Shissler's house ; thence grade around to the entrance of the gulch leading to the lake from Faunae's garden ; thcnco from this point to and around tho north aide of the lake at an elevation of about 100 feet above the waters of the lake to Cooper's cabin ; thcnco east by shallow cut through the hill where the wagon road now runs to tho mountains ; . thence around to the east side of the ' mountain till the grade reaches near the «reek next east from the lake ; thence up that creek to the summit not far from what is known as the Pine cabin ; thenoe along tho summit of the moun tain on the best ground to near Cotton wood butte ; thence down onto tho Oamaa Prairie at any point where the best grade can be found, and there arc several practical grades which can be found on thii end of the line. Other routes to the mountain at Shissler's exist Perhaps on a surrey some one of them might prove better. Some claim that u route up Snake river to the month of Tammany ; thence up Tammany and - out southerly vis some one of the gulches leading into Tammany from the sooth. Bat we prefer to cross st the head of Tammany, because we have less elevation to make to reach the moun tain at Shissler's place. In any case wc do not think that on any part of the route will a grade of over 7 5 feet per mile be required to reach the summit, and along the greater part of the route • grade of fifty or fixty feet per mile will be amply sufficient. The pres Sut travelled wagon road from Lewiston to the lake is abont twenty-two miles. The elevation above Lewiston is about 2,000 feet. The distance for a railroad, which we have denoted, would be fully thirty miles. The highest elevation on the summit near the Pine cabin above ssa level, by the boromeler, is 4,400 feet, which would be 3,COO feet above Lewis ton. The ronte of the projected railroad would pass this high point about 600 feet below, or at an elovation of 3,000 feet above Lewiston. The distance of the Pino cabin from the lake wonld be ■bout twelve miles, making the who! distance from Lewiston of forty-two : miles in which to make an ascent of | #,009 feet, or less than seventy-five feet ! ,->F mile. The wholo distance can be J increased by means of which tho eleva tion per milo can be lessened. There is plenty of room to vary the line of the road and thereby increase tbo distance and lesien the elevation per mile. There is no doubt an accurate survey would vary the foregoing figures, but not enough to mako the route an impractica ble one for a railroad from Lewiston to Camas Prairie. We want to sco some company make the examination and tbeu build. The business of snch a road would make the road pay shortly after it was built. At 1 o'clock p. id., tho fishing party returned for dinner, Wiggin had fourteen trout in his basket and said be left over a hundred in the lako. Each of the others said they left over a hundred in the lako, bat had none in their baskets, save Waller Bunnell, who had one in his hand. The theremometer was eigtby two in the shade here at the lake, and it must have been over one hundred al Lewiston. The warmest of tho season. Judge Band and family leave shortly for home and the Judge has kindly offerod to take this to the offioe. A. L. A PROM18INO PROSPECT. Dr. J. B. Morris, of thisoity, received a letter on Friday evening from T. S. Billings, formerly of this city, dated Butte, Montana, that contains news valuable to every citizen ot tho Snake and Clearwater countries. The letter is self-explanatory, which we have permis sion to publish in full ; " Butte, Montana, July 2,1888. Dr. J. B. Morris, Dear Sib : In conversation with a party, who just oame over the O. S. L. from Weiser, I was told a party of U. P. surveyors had just arrived at that plaoe to run a location survey from there to Lewiston. Tbo right of way men were with them. The surveyors favored the Snake river route on account of easy grade, but tho company favored the route through by White Bird and Camas Prairie on account of moro pat ronage to the road. The surveyors will start as soon as they receive their instructions from the company which route they are to take. I sco by the Teller to-day that the II. P.'s timo expires with this year. It may be they mean business. Yours Truly, Billings," From the above we lake it that the Union Pacific nre beginning to realize their situation. As we stated a few weeks ago, to hold the right of way of the Soaks rivor route something must be done this fall, as the expiration of their time is limited. Five years is the statutory timo granted any railroad corporation to hold a survey, and the Snake river survey from Burnt river to Lewiston was made in the summer of 1883, under the supervision of Engineer T. A. Clark. The preliminary was completed and the right of way secured and from Ibis fact alone wo bavo great faith in tho company's prtsenf move, for we feel oonfidont should they do any thing more with this route that it will mean business. They no doubt have held tho survey with avowed determina tion. Two years ago the company refused an offer of several thousand dollars from the government for the profile of the survey and exprossed the desire that they would use it themselves and that under uo consideration would they dispose of it. The company have always sent intelligent and skillful engineers io the field, both on the Clearwater and Snake river routes, who have reported favorably at hcadquartors, and it is not likely that railroad com panies being legally advised of these advantages, knowing that an admissible route lie« within our boundaries, tapping the expanaive agricultural and mineral districts that it will traverse, will quash and destroy rights that will benefit them. It is true we have been, as wc may term it, ignored to a certain extent by railroad companies, but we bave the oountry, that, nobody can deny ; * oountry that is productive in the extreme, both in cereals sod mineral and worthy in every respect, and this tho U. P. are fully aware of. We trust the contents ot Mr. Billings' letter will prove true, which will gladden tho heart of every citizen of Ncz Perce and Idaho counties, who have boen striving with untiring energy for years to accomplish this end. THE CITY OF DBBTINY, Probably no other city in the north west is moro promising than is the bustl ing little city of Spokane Falls. Why is she promising and why does she prosper ? Easily solved. She contains people active and persevering ; full oi energy aud enterprise ; anxious to give and wait patieutly for returns, never failing to receive ten fold t)ie amount invested. The uity of Spokane Falls to-day has a population ot nearly 12,000, an increase of abont 6,000 souis in not quito two years. Her improve ments are great and wonderful Besides those already completed and now oe copied, there are io course of constrno tion ten or twelve elegant three and four story brick blocks, that will grace tbe streets of any city in tbs universe. Every improvement that is made is sub stantial and modern. When completed, thero will be but few buildings in the Pacific northwest that will equal that of THE FRANKFURT BLOCK, and none outsido of the city of Portland. This building now under construction is being put up by Messrs. Jacob Goetz and Harry Baer, (the former well known in Lewiston and vicinity, better known as Dutch Jake), and will be completed, ready for occu pancy in October of this year. The dimensions are 117 x 119, four aud one half stories. The block on which it is being built is situated on tbe corner of Howard and Main streets, and was purchased st a cost of $38,000. The building when completed will cost $150, 000, making an aggregate coet of $188, 000. It is to be furnished on the latest modern plan, heated by steam, elevator &c. Every apartment is en gaged and will bo filled with business houses and offioe« ns soon as completed. Tho income per month on this building for rental is reckoned at $2,700. It will be an elegant structure, and Spokane will feel proud of it, as they do now of their young sons, Jake and Harry, who also are esteemed sod congratulated by their old time Lewiston friends. This is only one of the many fine structure! now in course of construe tion. Tbepostoffico department is now' occupying elegant quarters in a three atory brick completed last May by the government. The one disadvantage that tbe people of Spokano suffer is owing to their mail facilities, but it is understood that by an appropriation made by congress a fow Weeks ago that she will reap the benefit of a free delivery system. But at tbe present time and for a year past, from 8 o'clock in the morning until 8 o'clock in the evening, two strings of people, formed in a line all the way from twenty-five to fifty feet in length could be seen waiting for their turn at tho delivery window. We doubt whether any city on the coast has as nico thoroughfares as Spokane, making delightful drives. The soil is of a pebbly substance, level and as hard os the " Rock of Ages." From supper time until midnight can be seen tbo young and tho old enjoying a drive with their fast horses, by the light of eleetricity. It is truo Spokane has tho name of harboring nany loose men who are penniless. This may be so, but it is not tho fault of the people of her people. She furnishes situations for thousands, and men nro in demand daily, and when tho matter is sifted down, it is found that this class of people of whom we speak is nothing more than tramps, who beat their way from town to town, look ing for work and praying to God they won't find it, whilst their only system upon which they live is to rob when they reach a town, nnd as a final result generally wind up in the lock-up The police of Spokane are very vigilant and but fow mako their escape from roguery while Chief of Police Warren is nronnd, and ho is generally at all parts of tho city at the same time. Work on tho Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern road out of Spokane is making rapid progress, and it is expected will bo completed and cars running in ere many months. It will enter the city on the north side of the river. This road is bi-iDg built on an offer of a bonus of $175,000 that was made up by the citizens of Spokano in ten days. Not only is she blessed with her own nat ural advantages, bat by those from every side, just through the loyalty aod industry of her citizens. Smelting works will soon be established st the Falls, and it is whispered that efforts will be made at the coming session of congress to establish a United States mint at that Those with many other i portant matters are in prospect with determination to win. Much credit is due to her two daly papers for the growth sod prosperity of their city. The Review or Chronicle seldom fail to accomplish tho desired end on any auestion that they may advocate. The Review is now under the manage ment of P. H. Winston, formerly resident of Lewiston, and Willis Sweet, of Moscow, who have made a marked improvement in the paper and arc increasing the business largely. The business relation between Spokane and Lewiston arc becoming more mutual every day, in consequence of the iron horse that comes as far as Genesee, and it is to be hoped, not only by ourselves, but by the citizens of our sister city that the branch will be ex tended into Lewiston ore many mouths, The journey can be made by this branch from SpoksDe to Lewiston seven hours. As our relations between the two points are becoming so mutual, would it not be wise lor our little city to pattern alter tho pride and spirit of Spokane, a city that has gained her achievements by her wakefulness. We predict for this beautiful little city bright future, a city of wealth, a city of commerce, aod the city of destiny. AU admirera af the old democracy and of our presidential nominee#, will be preaentad with a nice baudaua handkerchief at tbe O. A N. Exchange, whera the reliable old •lessee Moore Whiskey ia sold. Three cheers forClei'eland and Thurman. 37 WANTED.—A girl to do general home work. Inquire at the residence of J. W. Poe. 36 Good lead penci'l for 25 cents per dozen, n relope« 5 cents a hunch stlaaman d' Oe'.n Dr - 8. Baker Dead, j Organs, Sewing Machines, Books. Statioii At 11 o'clock to-day the spirit of Dr. D. S. Baker passed Into the great beyond. His death was not unex pected. For about « year he bos been suffering with paralysis, and it bas been known for some time that be could not long survive. Dorsey 8. Baker was one of Walla Walla's wealthiest and oldest eitizeos. He was born in Wabash county, Illinois, October 18, 1823. He graduated from Jefferson Medical coilnge in 18-15, and in 1848 crossed the plains to OregoD, arriving at Portland id September, and being the first physician to locate there. He afterwards engaged in merchandising at that place. After embarking in various other enterprises, ho started a store in Walla Walla in 1360, under the management of Wm. Stephens. There after, up to tbe time be was prostrated with paralysis for the last time, Dr. Baker was an important factor in the develope ment of eastern Washington, having built the first railroad iDto Walla Walla. He had a long, successful and eventful business career, and in his death Walla Walla lost a good and honored citizen. He leave« a wife, two sons, Frank and William, and four daughters, Mrs. M. C. Moore, Mabel, Anna and Bose.— FF. W. Statesman, July 7. Frank and William, sons of Dr. Baker are residents of Moscow, and are inter ested in tbe national bank at that place Best vain*« »Iw.«. •|7; D( f ur pi.no», Ipith.hr winrv Mxoirinux Rnrtlra KtttiMl— ary, wall Paper J-c., at C. A. Thatcher'«. No new Piano or Organ has bean sold by anyone else here, for several years, that ha wonld not have aold for from $50 to $300 less than paid for it. Uood Organs and Sewing machines to rent. 12 tf 'VfC YV vv Of tho good things of this lifo nre sorrowfully let alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a positive guaranteo at 23 and CO cents, by Far Sals by J. Q. Moxley, druggist, Lewiston Bunnell keeps a full line of all kinds af stoves. If you need a stove or house fur nishing goods, will save money by calling on him. Bar iran of assorted aizes for sale cheap, 1 At the O, R. A N. Exchange you can get 'Moore" Whiskey. Wa mean Jesso Moore. NEW TO-DAY. I W. O. Pipib, Mosoow, Idaho. J. P. POB Notary Publie. Lewiston, Idaho. POE & PIPER, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Lcwistnn and Moscow # Idaho. Will practice in all tue eonrta of Idaho and Washington Territories. J. W. Poe will continue to reside in Lewis ton and attend to all matters of business, as usual in the line of his profession. G. W. Piper will be permanently located in Mosoow by tbe 10th day of Sept, next, where he will engage in the praeticeof his profession And the two offices will be conducted in con nection with cuoh other, by the said irm of Poe A Piper. 41-tf. ^ummons. Ill the District Court of the 1st Judicial Dir trict of Idaho Torritory, in and ior' the oounty of Ncz Perco. Martha E. Sheppard, plaintiff, vs John ,E. Sheppard, defendant. To John E. Sheppard, Defendant. The people of tho United StoScs in the Ter ritory of Idaho send groeting: You are here by notified that there is now on file in the office oi tho clerk of tho Diltriot Court of the First Judicial Distriot of said Territory, in Lewiston, county of Nez Poroe, tho complaint of tho abovo named plaintiff, wherein judge ment is demanded agaiust you by Martha E. Sheppard, that tho bonds of matrimony, here tofore and new existing between you and the said plaintiff, be disolved, nnd for the o sts in this action, for the following cause: For wil ful neglect and desertion and nen-eupport of tbe said plaintiff, sinoe tbs first day of Jan uary 1887. And you aro also notified that un loss you appear and answer to the said com plaint within ten days after the service hereof, if sowed in Nez Perce county, and within twenty days, if served out of said county, but within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served out of said District (exclusive of tho day of service,) the plaintiff will take a de fault and judgement against you for the re lief demanded in said complaint and in this summons. GIVEN under my hand and the seal of tha District Conrt of tho Firat Judicial [L. S.jDistrict of Idaho Territory, in and for Nos Perec County, this 25th day of June Ae I). 1888. FRANK H. GRIERSON, Clerk. By W, M. Rica, deputy, Jaaper Rand, att'y for plaintiff, 415 Dissolution Notice NOTICE is hereby givon that the firm here tofore known as Akin A White, was dissolved on the first day of July 1888, .All dakta due •aid firm will be collected by E. R. White and all indebtedness will be settled by him. J. E. AKIN. E. R. WHITE. 4*-2w NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF, LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho. July 5,138$. JOHN T. WANDSCJ1EKR, 11. D. 1053, N 'OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT tha following named settler has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of hia olaim, that said proof will be made at this office, Lewiston, Idaho, on Aug. I~tb, 1888,j via : John T. Wandseheer, hd 105», 1er tha n b neb sea. »3 and ab seb sec 28 tp 38 n r 2 w, B. M, He names the following witnesses to prove hia continuons residence upon end cultivation of said land, via: Cbris Uln -WarHamburg, Henry Lieaton, Henry Mayve and John Vinaon, all of Cameron, I. T FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, 41 Rcgiater. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho June. 301888. JOSEPH T. WILSON. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TUAT THE following named settler has filed netien of his intention to make final proof in support of his olaim and thateaid proof will be mndn nt this offioe, et Lewiston. Idaho, on Aug 23rd 1*88, via: Joseph T. Wilson. D 8. 3165, for the e b iwb nb »ei sec 20 tp 38 a r 1 w B.M. He names the following witnesses to prove his uontinaous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, vis: Jason Whitener, Wm Whitentr, Wm. Whiteside nnd James Winters' all ot Camoron, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, 4U Register. Notice to Teachers. The regular examination of teachers for Nea Parce county, I. T. will be held at the school house in Lewiston, Wednesday, Aug. 1st., 1888« All appiioanta are required to ba in attendance at 10 o'clock A. M. J O* MOXLKY, School Pupt., 40-4 w No» Perce county, I. T. JAS W. REID, Attorney - at - Law, LEWISTON, IDAHO. Will practice in all the courts of North Idaho and iji tbe Supreme Court. Busineas before the L^sal and General Land Offioe promptly dispatched. Collection• will reoeire diligent attention. OFFICE— Main Street, opposite' Tellur Office« 21 tf PHYSICIANS. F. S. STIRLING, M. D* OFFICE—On Mala street, two desrs aber Raymond House H. W. STAINTON, Physician and Surgeon, LEWISTON, I. T, Offioe and Resides.«—Montgomery Street Read of Fourth. -tf J. B. MORRIS M. D. Physioian und Surgeon. OFFICE—in Hale A Cooper'« building. RES IDENCE—at T. S. Billing'«, Lewiiton, Idaho. 33-3m. C. W. SHAFF. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON. Offioe on norlh side of llaia street, aver Firat National Bank. 31-tf THE LEFFEL IMPROVED Wind-Mill Engine m»de of iron Tke simplest» tbe strongest ant] most durable in use. Gives more power in a light wind than any other mill known» Ala® IRON FORCE PUMPS -and SALEM WOOD PUMPS. D. SPUREECK, Agent. 23 Genesee, I. T SPOKANE -PALOUSE RA I H, It O AD, Stages will leave Lewiston EVERY MORNING At 6 o'clock, for UNIONTOWN, and COLTON, Connecting with the S. & P. Railroad fur Pullman, Palouse City, Garfield, Belmont and Spokane; and on Tues day, Thursday and Saturday tor Colfax RETURNING—Will leave Colfax on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and Colton and Unioatown, daily, on the arrival of train from Spokane. Leaves Lewiston, daily, at 4, p. m„ connecting with the train at Colton. Lewiston Office, at Raymond Home; Colfax Office at Baldwin House: Colton offioe nt Colton Hotel. R. H. DUFF, Prop. 28tf NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, June 13 1888. LIZZIE C. AKANT, DS. 3477. N OTICE IS HERERY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notion of her intention to make final proof ia support of her claim, and that said proof will ba made at this office on July 24th, 1888, via: Liazie C. Arant, DS 3477, for tbe sef nwf swb neb and wb sob see ft, tp 34 n of r 4 w, B M, containing lfiO aores. She names tha follow ing witnesses to prove her çonUnnous res)« donee upon, and cnltivation of, said land, via: James McGregor, ei Lewiston, Idaho, J. M. Herbert, John G. Pell, John R Wads worth, of Tammany, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, ^7 Register. NOTICK FOR HOME PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiiton, I. T. Jane (i, 1888. WILSON P. BELL, hd. 1194. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settlor has Iliad notion of his intention to make final proof id support of his claim and that said proof will be made at this office, on July 20th. 1888, via ; Wilson P. Bell, hd, 1194, for the snb nwb nb awb •wit «wb »e« 13 tp 85 n r*C w, B,M. Un name« the following witnesaes to prove hia eontinnons residence upon, and cnltivation of, •aid land, vis : William P. Cox. William P. Scribner, William B. Martin, Joseph Dubue, all of Lew istoa, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, 80 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiiton, I. T., June 21, 1881. JAMES CRAIG, D. 8. 3,250. N otice in hereby given that the following named seul« has filed uotios nf hi« intention to make final proof in suppert oi hi« claim, and that «aid proof will be made at thi« officel at Lewiston, Idaho, Aug. 11, 1888, via : Jams« Craig DS, 3,250. for thn neb nab aeo 28 and n) nwb «ab nwb see 27 tp 36 n r 5 w BM. He names the following witnesses to provn hia continuous residence open, and cultivation of, said land, via : E-8. Sheldon, John Vernon. David Wntaoa. J. L. Armstrong all af Lewiston, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, ** Register. ÏMI fifi» 181 Wasas» art, Csttaca. Ç BUNNELL. açent «tjLewist.n Idaho 31.ly. MITCHELL Far« § Spriag Wag«g$ Geo. TV. Morrison has the Agcncjf or these C? kOT -a M~0 TS Xt ■A.T? ÜS P VV And has on hand a lull line. The Best is cheapest. Call and see him at the old land office next to Baird's stable TIIK Jlleat market. CLIN DIMM * ÜUBUC, PROPRIETORS. BEEF, MUTTON,. PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS SA l SAGES, The beet of meati from tha bleak and by tha qnarter, and snrved in good «trie «I. Paicnn Law. I3tf W- A SIMPSON. Successor to Aidrew Knox) BARBER and HAIRDRESSER, The first-class Shop of the city. HOT and COLD BATHS. MAIN ST LEWISTON. FRISCO SALOON. HOBT- SMITH, Proprietor, THE FIRST CLASS SALOON OF THE CITY Bwt Llqnon and Ogart always an band. Mizad Drinks a specialty. Billiard aad Peal tables ran according te the new law. aiv* him a;call. rtf DENTISTRY. A- TALBOTT' A N OLD AND EXPERIENCED DENTIST of nbont twenty years praotiee, anweunass that he ia permanently located ia Lewiston, end may be found at his dental rooms over Glass' shoe store. ' He ia prepared to do any thing ia tbe dental line. Broken teeth built up to natural sise with gold. Teeth futnithed on any kind of plate known to the profession. Prices reasonable and ealisfaetion guaranteed ia every oase. J4tf X/l » K. Bens, W. E. Tlmberlehe Corner «h aad Montgomery Nta, LEWI8TON I.T. T niS HOTEL 18 HXWLY BUILT hard finished throughout, has all tha MODEBN CONVENIENCES For the Comfort of Ouest* And ia kept a* a FIRST-CLASS HOC SU GENERAL STAGE OFFICE "K8.B.6AUX ACe, Proprietors. 1W Î to Eoho the four year old stallion ut MimT 8. Hutchins, «acknowledged to hethe i*,i hormi in thi. Motion, and will , t .„d at th. following named places, tho coming * Attheranchaf D S. Hutchins, on •t W, Id. Church a ranch,- m 'p aini¥1 Hollow on Wednesdays, and at th*. ii .table of M. Collin', in this city FEED STABLE <•—and.— » —, CORRAL OPPOSITE THE HOTEL DE FRANCE. Animals kept at a reasonable price and a good corrall for cainpin» Water handy; "GET THERE" If you want good Satisfaction _ M, L. SMITH . 25 THE GRËA-F OVERLAND ROUTeT THE Northern Pacific R. R. TWO TRAINS DAILY. T HB ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN Palsee Sleeping Cars, Magnifierai D«, Uoaohta and Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Csri with bertha free of of charge. * —rncM— WASHINGTON AND OREGON CITIES TO THE EAST VIA ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS The PACIFIC Only Transcontinental Isine Running PALACE DINING CURS (MEALS, 75 Cts.) BEST TIME Ever Made from the coast over th« NORTHERN —TO— SIOUX CITY, COUNCIL BLUFFS, 8T JOSEPH, ATCUISON, LEAVEN WORTH, KANSAS CITY, QUINCY. St. Louis, Chicago And all paints throughout the East VIA ST. PAUL, AND MINNEAPOLIS Pullman sleeping accommodations can be St cured in at. vante. Emigrant Sleeping Cars, Birtfcs, 1 Free. Hauled on regular express trains over the es tire length of the Northern Pacific RaiLoad. Train leaves Genesee 2 P. M. Daily, except Sunday, Connection at Taooma with the O. R. a X. Co.'a boats and the P. S. S. Ry. for all pointa on Puget Sound, Ticket! on ante to all pointa In the Uni ted Ifttatee and Caunda. Far rate«, •tC„ apply to E.A. McKINNA, Tiekot Agent, Genesee, ldalio A. D. CH Alt LUTON, Aaa. Gen. Paasengei Ag't, No. 2 Washing ton atreet, Portland, Ore, 33-tf. Farm for Hale, On# hundred sad fiity sere# deeded Usd with good house» eight »»ores under fence« plenty of water, and timber near at hand. Situated on Cedar orcok, on lüg Potlatch. A Î aed chance for one desiring a good farR* arms reaaoaable. Enquire of. A. W. LONGFELLOW. 7-3» Cameron. Idaho. farm por sale 160 acres, leoated on Hatwai Creek, sis miles east of Lewiston, twenty acre* feaead and in geed state of eultiratien. Youag Or chard, 100 trees; a good house, four rteia*» a stable, smoke heuae, chicken house and oorrall. Twa nios mountain streams running through tha farm, and one good spring of water. This desirable farm will bo told at a bargain. R. J. MONROE, Real Estate Agtu*. Lewiston Idaho March 23 1838. 26tf ALIKE HOB! Situated on Lake Waha, 20 miles from Lewiston. Splendid. Svunin er Resort. Good Bar Attached where the best Liquors and Cigars are Kept Board, per week W) Single Meals - - - 50«*** Animals fed at town prices 34-3m C. E. FAUNCE. NOTICE FOR FRB RMPTION PROOF. LAND OF.-ICE AT _ Lewis ten, Idaho, May 81« 1888. WM. WORTH JOHNSON, D8, 811$. NOTICE ia hereby given that thn $»tl**"J named eeMIe, has (lad notice ef his iatsatw* to mskefinal proof In support of bl» elm» **• that raid proof will be made nt tbia olts. * July 14,1888, via: William Wurth J DS 3113, forth, neb Mb s*o5tp 37nr3«« B.M. He name, the following * itu *** , 'JJ prnrn bln aontinuous residence upon cultivation of Hid land, via: Hickman Tnf* lott, William Dom, Steven« B. Gainer. Chrt»* tian Warttomberg, WUlUm Wing, all cf Cam- •roa, Idaho, FBANC18 F. PATTERSON 38 Reg**-.