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THE LEWISTON TELLER
CITr AN Li COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
!>., TELLER hat the largest circulation of
any paper m Earth Lia ho.
ENTERED at lit Litiiston rotl Office
p$ second clans matter .
.........JULY 1», 1888.
A MISREPRESENTATION
Of the Sentiment the North' on the
Question of Annexation made
In Congress.
It ifi not a pleasant duty to bo com
pelled to contradict men in high position,
but nevertheless,^we sometimes find our
■elt compelled to do this in vindication
bt the truth. The minority of the Sen
ate committee consisting of Cullom and
Manderson, uttered this false sentiment
in their report "at the present time the
plain showing is that the sentiment of
the North is opposed to annexation, and
if a legislation is given here to encour
■ge the grumblers the wish of all for dis
memberment will soon die out." We
have seen no authentic report showing
that the people of the North are now
opposed. : In fact those of our acquain
tance whom we meet, and they aro citi
zens, and who express themselves at all,
aeem to be more in earnest than ever in
favor of going to Washington. Many
of those who wero apathetic upon the
question now speak with more determi
nation than ever, and we seldom hear
any one speak adversely. If they think
otherwise they keep sileut. Some had
become disheartened because of the de
lays in having the question settled, and
ask what more can be dono to further an
nexation but none seem willing to sur
xender their desire or wish to be annexed
may feel much dishonored in finding
that those in authority are so ready to
misrepresent our Northern people at
Washington. Many claim that Dubois
has betrayed the North into tho hands
of the enemies of annexation, and has
|x en more melons against us than ever
wince in Washington, though he had
'declared to | tho electors here
Idaho at the time of his election, that he
would represent us fairly and would not
'oppose the wishes of a majority of the
North upon this question, although per
sonally he was opposed to our going to
Washington. We, at the time he made
\be canvass for his election, said publicly,
that we could not see how be could re
frain from expressing his own views as a
delegato in congress upon the question,
and that is tho reason why we could not
support him for delegate. We wanted
« friend of the measure to be its advocate
In congress and not one who was un
friendly, but just to accomodate us would
present our claims. Other friends of
the measure just because ho was of their
political faith would hoist him at the
name time were favorable to annexation.
It Was this class of voters that gave him
his majority in the Territory and gave
liim his election. We .infer that this
k»« Dubois the boldness to claim that
the sentiment of the people of the North
had changed from being the friends
of annexation, to the position of enemies,
and thus has led congress to the belief
that we do not now favor annexation.
When nothing can be farther from the
truth, as the vote will fully demonstrate
if the Stewart amendment prevails and
our Northern people are allowed to vote
upon^lhe question in an untramlled man
ner. We cannot foraee why the minor
ity of the Senate committee can object to
this amendment to settle the question.
They may stigmatise the friends of an
aexation as "grumblers" as much as they
please. As we are a part of the people
of North Idaho and as we claim much
the greater part, why do the minority
object that we be heard in a legal way
as proposed by the Stewart amendment.
They evidently are afraid that the
''grumblers 1 ' as tbey in their dignified
wisdom are disposed to term us, will
overwhelm them with the number of
their votes and carry the North to
Washington where it belongs, and where
the peoplo will be rid of the misrepresen
tations of South Idaho, Governor, Dubois
Senators Cullom and Manderson and all
our enemies. Their objection must lie
in their personal enmity to the measure,
and not to the fact that we are in the
majority. If we are not in the majority
the manner in which Stewart proposes
to show what the facts are, facts are
plain, simple and just, and cannot hurt
those opposed. Not even Senators Out
turn and Manderson or Delegato Dubois,
or Governor Stevenson, but would verify
their statements. They seem to be
afraid that the result of this vote would
prove them as false in their statements
and predictions, which we firmly believe
such a vote would do, and this would be
bad for their credit as men of truth. It
would be a sad thing to allow the people
of the North their right to vote upon
this question fur fear that the result
would tpoil the credit of these men for
tmth and veracity.
'<QeMta B«n«t Cook Stars is just as good at
It tosh.. C.lambis, Hsrvost, Ooeident, Loiter,
WMs*Wsst aa< aa sodlsss variety at parler
ut stBss .tars, of eastern patterns at Nun
SetTs hardwire store. 1
ANttËZATION IN HEZ
COUNTY.
On Saturday July 14, pursuant to
previous call at 2 o'clock p. m., the
citizens of Perce couDty met at the
court house to give exprssiou by resolu
tions iu relation to their views embodied
in Senator Stewart's amendment of
Senate bill No. 12, commonly called the
Dolph bill fur the admission of Washing
ton Territory as a state. Dr. J. B.
Morris whs chosen chairman and J. M.
Howe was chosen secretary. Mr. A.
Lcland was called upon to concisely state
tho object and purpose of the meeting.
This he did clearly so that all present
seemed to comprehend what was desired
to be done at tbe meeting. Whereupon
a call was made for the reading of the
resolutions which had previously been
prepared by Dr. M. A. Kelly, A. Quack
eebush and E. O'Neill. On reading
these an amendment was suggested by
J. M. Ifowe Esq., which was adopted.
A few remarks lavoring the resolutions
were made by J. W. Poe Esq. A call
was then made by tho meeting for a vote
upon the resolutions as a whole. Tbe
chairman demanded that those favoring
the resolution should so signify by
standing upon their feet. Every man in
the court room raised to bis feet, and
when the negative was called for there
remained no one to say nay and thus the
resolutions were passed as the senti
ment of the people of Nés Perce
county, upon the question submitted iu
the resolutions. The following is the
text of tbe preamble and resolutions:
Wuekkas. The Northern counties
of Idaho Territory ere geographically cut
off and separated irotn South Idaho by
impassible natural barriers, and all our
commercial, social aud political interests
are with Washington Territory and not
with South Idaho.
Whereas, That certain men have
in an official and semi-official nay, mis
represented our sentiments on annexation
First, Gov. E. A. Stevenson reported to
the committee on territories, present
congress, that the majority of the people
in tbe North are opposed to annexation,
and Hon. Fred T. Dubois, our delegate
in ooDgrcss, stated that our people had
changed their sentiments on the subject
of annexation. We assert that these and
*11 similar statements are utterly false
and intended to deceive congress regard
ing our wishes fur annexation. And
whereas our fotmer delegate John
Hailey in a letter dated Spring Creek
Hunch, Alturas county, Idaho, Jau. 16,
1888, read by Hon. Senator Cullom in
his minority report in the Senate of the
United States, on Stewart's amendment
to Dolph's bill for tbe admission of
Washington, including North Idaho, in
which Hailey states that nine-tenths or
more of the resident citizens of Idaho
are opposed to any division of Idaho
whatever, and desire to be let alone, is a
misrepresentation of facts if he intended
to include the people of the Northern
counties.
Resolved, 1. That it is tbe unchang
ing wish of this people that congress
enact Mr. Stowart's bill for the admission
of Washington! Territory as a state to in
elude tbe Northern counties of Idaho
Territory and that the question of such
inclusion be determined by a vote of the
people of North Iduho.
Resolved, 2. That tbe peoplo of
North Idaho have earnestly and unin
terruptedly for more than twenty years
desired to be a part of I'.^biogton Ter
ritory. That all their-social, commercial
and business relations are with the peop.V
of Washington Territory and not South
Idaho, from which they are separated by
impassable natural barriers. And we as
sert that any statements that the people
of North Idaho are less desirous of being
a (art of Washington Territory than at
any previous time are false and mislead
ing. That our delegate to congress
Fied T. Dubois received a large vote in
this county on tho pledge made by him
that he would fairly and impartially re
posent our wishes on the subject of an
nexation, aud we call upon him to now
redeem his pledges.
Resolved, 3. That the memorials of
our legislatures to congress asking for the
annexation ot North Idnho to Washing
ton Territory and tho party platforms of
1884, plcdgiug the candidates to the sup
port of that measure have ever been re
garded by the people of ibis county as
solemn ennetuents and pledges ot the
whole territory that our desire fur an
uexatiuu to Washington should be faith
fully aided and never opposed. Aud we
regard any assertions that such legisla
lion and pledges were enacted and made
for the purpose of catching votes and
without consideration by tbe parties mak
ing them as dishonorable aud unworthy
of any men or party of men living else
where than south of tbe perpetually snow
capped mountains dividing North from
South Idaho, aud we further consider
that such sentiment and such dishonor
able acts ou tbe part of South Idaho
separates us more completely than the
natutal barrier between us.
Resolved , 4. That tbo Hon? Fred
T. Dubois, because of the violation of
bis pledges made during bis candidature
for delegate to congress that be would
not oppose tbe wishes of the people on
the question of annexation, deserves the
condemnation ot all honorable men, and
should consign him to a political grave.
Resolved, 5. That the people of
North Idaho should wholly abstain in
future from any affiliation politically with
South Idaho, until this question is
settled.
The whole subject matter having been
so frequently discussed before and by our
people, there was but little need ot fur
ther discussion, ouly to present the ques
tion to be decided. The meeting then
ordered that the rt solutions be published
in our local papers, and a copy be sent to
President of the Senate and Speaker of
the House, and one specially to Senator
Stewart; and one to Delegate Dubois.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
J. H. Morris, Chairman.
J. M Howe, Secretary.
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Speaking with all candor ; rationally
considering our situation ; knowing what
unbounded success we have enjoyed in
yean passed, and what success for the
future, not only what We entertain nor
hope for, bat that we are really entitled
to through our advantages, gifted to us
by Nature's impartial mercy: "What
have we to fear?" Dear readen think,
reason, thoroughly digest each thought,
both on the sunny and cloudy side of
this argument, and then render a true,
and impartial verdict. "Name the town
of our population in the Pacifie north
west that is more promising than onr
own little spot—Lewiston." Nature has
endowed her with every advantage. She
is approachable at every sido by facilities
that ourselves and produce to the outer
world can be conveyed. She is blessed
with advantages. At every point of the
compass lies an agricultural country that
cannot be excelled on the face of the
known world. Not ouly in agriculture
can she maintain her position in promin
ence, but at tbe east and north of her,
she contains drawers to the treasury
vaults of the United Slates, and through
proper diligence and industry, Lewiston
may well become one of the important
faotors of utilisera of this great treasury
box of our couotry.
To accomplish this end, our moneyed
men must necessarily be our leaders ;
money talks and liberally invested is
invariably winner ; bear allegis
against your own conscience when the
twig is so bent. Lewiston has a most
bright and prosperous future, and re
member in the words of the prophet, "a
dollar invested in your own dear home
that is well cared for, will yield you an
income ten fold."
Mr. Editor: It does beat all, how
ready the merchants of this town are to
jump in and build up competitive points
of trade. Just put a side track up any
little gulch and the first train takes out
a colony of the monied men, with theu
shell buildings and stock in trade to
establish s branch store and town ; so
mighty concerned are they that they
won't get every man's custom, they'll
almost take their packs on their backs
and go to his door. This policy has
been almost fatal to the commercial
progress of Lewiston. How would it
have been hsd they concentrated their
business right here, and then compete
with Portland and other oentre's ? Only
the difference in freight would have to
be added when we should have had a
market so favorable that trade would
have been drawn iu here like water to a
whirlpool. But no! the haste to get
rich has nurtured tbe policy of maintain
ing the highest price tho traffic would
bear, sending out their packs when trade
was dull and setting up a branch when
they happen to strike s paper town with
a boom on the end of it. Suppose oar
grist miller down here, with his fine mill
and machinery, should tnrn his water
over to Genesee, or to the new town
across the river, wo would call him
cran-, for without " water on his wheel"
he couldn't rnn. Well I our merchants
do just this same sort of business ; they
build oostly store houses fine dwolliogs
houscs, making an incentive for other
kinds of business to start here and then
with a sort of " I'm going to get ahead
of that other fellow" air, start out with
their packs to keep people from coming
hero to turn our wheel fur ur. 'Twas
just the other day, only, when rumor
came that the N. P., was coming over
aud going to Camas Prairie one of our
more enterprising if not so intelligent
traders sent scouts out South
here to watch whother it was going
up Crites' gulch or Tammany, so as to
be the first ready with his " pack" to
start a branch on the new road. Now,
this ia encouraging, isn't it? for our
blacksmiths, wheelwrights, paintors, car
penters and other industrial pursuits, to
try to do anything to make a good town.
Why, if I bad my way I'd aend " east
for everything I had to buy, unless they
pursued a more reciprocal policy. But
no 1 my wife says, patronise home
industry, if yon bust, wo musn't do
wrong because others do. Nevertheless,
between you aDd me, much of the
" eastern trade" is carried on because
of the evils above meulioued.
Observer.
A man living in this county, who
owes over two yean subscription, put his
paper back iu tbe postoffice marked
"tefuacd." We have heard of many
mean men ; one who used the wart on
the back of his neck for a collar button ;
the one who pastured • goat on his
grandmother's grave, the one who stole
ooppers from dead niggers' eyes ; the
one who got rich by giving his five
children ■ nickel each to go to bed with
out supper aud then stealing the nickels
after the children were asleep—but for
pute downright cusseduees, the man who
takes a paper two yean, marks it
" refused" and then eticks it back in the
postoffioe takes tbe first premium.— Ex.
GOOD COOKS BUY PURE EXTRACT
OF LEMON FOR $1. A PINT. AT MOX
LEY 'S DRUO STORE, »tf
NEW TO-DAY.
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Jam«« L. Mulkey, deceased.
NOTICK is hereby given by the undersigned
administrator of the estate of James L.
Malkey, deceased, te the creditors of snd
all persons having claims agaiost the said
deceased to exhibit them with the necessary
voucher« a it bin ten mantbs after the first
publication of this notice to tho said adminis
trator at his ofliee in tho city of Lowiston I. T.
tbe ssime being tbe plaee f«r tbe transaction
of the business of said oatato.
P. M. DAVIS,
Administrator of tho estato of James L.
Malkey, deceased*
Dated July Id, 1888. 42 6w
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NOTIGE POK HOMESTEAD PROOF.
LAND OFPICK AT
Lewiston, I. T. June 6, 1888.
JOHN EULERS, hd, 2000.
N otice is hereby given th at the
following named settler has filod yiotiee
ef his intention to make final proof in support
•f his claim and that said proof will be made
at this office on July 21st, 18S8, vis : John
Eblers, hd 1666 for the nw*4 swig nw l 4
seo 22 and se \ u»!* »ec 21 tp 38 n r 2 w B M.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove bis
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, vis; Henry Mevo, George Wand*
sobeer, Christian Wurtemberg and Albert
Schult, all of Cameron, Idaho.
FRANCIS F. PATTERSON,
86 Register
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BEPORT OF THE CONDITION
or T1IK
LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK
At Lewiston, in the Territory of Idaho, at
the olose of business, June 30th, 1888:
RBSODRCBB.
Loans and discounts....................$117*298.62
Overdrafts................................. 3.021 13
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation..... 12,500 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages.. ] ,187 23
Due from approved reserve agents... 6-U 01
Due from Stute Banks and Bankers 574 06
Real estate, furniture and fixtures... 7,028 15
Current expenses and taxes paid..... 3,124 95
Premiums paid............................. 1 270 00
Cheeks and other cash items .......... 1,138 70
Bids of other Banks..................... 100 00
Specie...................... 10,597 78
Legal tender notes.................... 40 00
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas
urer (6 per cent of circulation;.... 502 50
Total.....................................$159,675 53
LIABILITIES,
Capital stock paid in...... ....... ......$50,000 00
Undivided profits ........................ 53,459 92
National b^nk notes outstanding..... 11,250 00
Individual deposits subject to check 21,195 99
Demand oertifioates of deposit........ 16,401 85
Due to other National Banks............ 3,616 10
Due to State Banks and bankers..... 3,621 67
Total.....................................$159,575 53
Territory of Idaho, county of Nes Perce }■ is.
I, W. F, Kettenbach, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to tbe be-t of my knowledge
and belief. W. F. KUTTENBACH, cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th
day of July. 1888. W. M RICE,
Correct—Attest: Probate Judge*
N. W. Brearley. )
J. Q. Moxley. > Directors,
D. D. Bunnell.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Lewiston, in the Territory of Idaho at
the olose of business June 30tb, 1888:
RRSOVRCR8.
Loans and discounts.....................$92,681 13
Overdrafts................................... 1,052 21
U. S. Bonds to secure oirenlation..... 12.800 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages.. 15,696 18
Due from other National Banks...... 4,946 38
Due from state banks and bankers .. 4,822 49
Real estate, furniture, anl fixtures.. It, 062 00
Premiums paid............................ 3,069 00
Checks and other cash items........... 1 15
Bills of other Banks..................... 760 OO
Fractional paper currency, nickols,
and cents.............................. 50 10
Specie........................................ 13,195 00
Legal tender notes........................ 84 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per oent. of circulation...» 575 00
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Total....................................$160,795 24
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in.....................$50,000 GO
Surplus fund............. » ................ 25,0110 00
Undivided profits........................ 19,843 09
National bank notes outstanding..... 11,500 00
Individual deposits subject to cheek 29.591 61
Demand certificates of deposit......... 24,731 07
Due to other National Banks......... 129 47
Total......................................$160,795 24
Territory of Idaho, county of Nes Perce ^ ss.
I, Jno H- Evans, cashier of the above
named bank, do solomuly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. JNO. II. EVANS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th
day of July, 1888. RICHARD J MONROE.
Correct—Attest; Notary Publio.
S. C. Thompson. 1
Jno. P. Vollmer. > Direetors.
Jno. M. Fix. )
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^ummouM.
lath. District Court oftlie 1st Judioi,' 1 Dis
trict of Idaho Territory, ia and far
county of Nos Perce.
Martha E. Sheppard, plaintiff, vs John E.
Sheppard, defendant.
To Johu E, Sheppard, Defendant.
Tbe people of the United States in tho Ter
ritory of Idaho soad greeting: You are hero
by notified that there U now on file in th.
office of the elerk of the District Court ef tbe
First Judieial Distriet of said Territory, in
Lowiston, oounty of Nes Peree, the complain
oftheabovo named plaintiff, «heroin judge
ment is demanded against yon by Martha K.
Hheppard, that the boads of matiimuny, here
tofore and now axisting between you and the
said piaiotiff, be disolved, and for the costs in
this action, for tbe following cause: For wil
ful nagleot and desertion and nen-support of
tho said plaintiff, since the first day of Jan
uary 1887- And you are also notified that un
less you appear and answer to tho said com
plaint within ten days aftsr the servira hereof,
if served in Nes Peree oounty, and within
twenty days, if serred out of said county, but
within said Judieial District, and within forty
days if served out of said Distriot (exclusive of
the dey of servie#,) tbo plaintiff will take# de
fault and judgemrat against yon for the re
lief demanded in raid complaint and in this
summon#
GIVEN under my h.nd and the irai ef the
Distriet Court of the First Judieial
[L. S.(District of Idaho Territory, in and for
Nos Peroe County, thi. 26th day of Juno
A. D.1888.
FRANK H GRIERSON, Clark.
By W. H. Ricn, deputy,
Jnapar Rand, att'y for plaintiff, 41-6
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston Idaho Jun., 301888.
JOSEPH T. WILSON.
N otice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed notie. of
hi. intention to make final proof in support of
hi. claim and that said proof will bo mad. at
this .a«., ot Lewiston. Idah., on Aug 23rd
1(88, vis: Joraph T. Wilson. D S. 3166, for
the o H suit nt. sej see 2« tp 38 n r 1 w B.M.
Ha names tha following witnesses to prove
hi. vontinaons reald.no* upon, snd eultlvetion
of raid lend, vis: Jason Whitenar. Wm.
Whitener, Wm. Whiteside and James Winters,
all at Camaron, Idaho.
FRANCIS F. PATTERSON,
40 Register.
Bona.ll keeps a full line of all kind, ef
stovra. If yon need a stove or house fur
nishing goods will tare money by calling
on hint. Bar iron of assorted size, for aal.
cheap, i
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J. P. Pon I W. d. Vivmm,
Notary Public. (
Lewiston, Idaho. | Moscow, Idaho.
POE & PIPER,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Lewiston and Moscow, Idaho.
Will practice in all the courts ot Idaho and
Washington Territories.
J. W. Pot will continue to resid. in Lewis
ton snd attend to all matters of busiacss, as
asuni in the line ,f his profession.
O. W. Pip,r will b* permanently located in
Homo« by the 10th day of Sept. next, where
h. will engage in the praetieeof bis profusion.
And tbo two sOsu will bs conducted in ooa
nection with each othur, by tho said Arm of
Poe à Piper. 41-tf.
Dissolution Notice
NOTICE I, hereby given that the firm hero
t.fore known M Akin A Wkit», Va* dissolved
on the first .lay ef Joly 188V, All debt* due
•aid firui Will b. eollect.d by E- R. White and
all indebtedoeu will bn settled by him.
J. E. AKIN.
E. K. WHITE, 41-3«
NOTICE FOR HOME8TEAD PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, Idaho, July 6,1888,
JOHN O. WAND8CHBEK, U- D. 1058.
•\TOTICE IS HEREBY 3fVEN THAT
jv) tba following named settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final proof in rap
port of his claim, that .aid proof will be made
at this office, Lewiston, Idaho« ,n Ang. 17th,
1888, vit : John Q. Wandsohcer, hd 1053,
for the nH net, see 33 and sH set* see 28 tp
38 a r 2 w, B. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, via: Chris
tain Warttembnrg, Henry Dlsston. Henry
U.vve and John Vinson, all of Cem.ron, I. T.
FRANCIS F. PATTERSON,
41 Register.
MUSICIANS.
F.S. STIRLING, M. D
OFFICE—Oa Hall itrnt, two dears abov
Raymond Hons.
H. W. STAINTON,
Physician and Surgeon,
LEWISTON, 1. T.
Office and Reaidtfije— MoBtgemcry 8treat
Head of Fourth. -tf
J. B. MORRIS M. D
Physioi&n and Surgeon.
OFFICE—ia Hula A Cooper', building. RES
IDENCE—at T. 8. Billing'», Lewiston
Idaho. 83-3m.
C. W. SHAFF. M, D,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
Office m Berth fid« ef Mail street, «ver Firat
Vataeaal Bank. S I-tf
THE LEFFEL
IMPROVED
Wind-Mill
Engine made of iron The simplest, tbe
strongest and most durable ta Use. Givra more
power in . light wind than any ether mill
known. Als.
IRON FORCE PUMPS
-and-1—
SALEM WOOD PUMPS.
D. 8PURBRCK, Agent.
»» Genesee, I. T
SPOKANE -PALOUSB
RAIL R O AI)
Stages will leave Lewiston
EVERY^ MORNING
At 6 o'clock, for
UNIONTOWN, asd COLTON,
Connection with the S. & P. Railroad
for Pullman, Palouse City, Garfield,
Belmont and Spokane; and on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday lor Colfax
RETURNING—Will leave Celfaz en Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, .ad Colton and
Unioatown, daily, on the arrival of train
from Spokane. Leaves Lewiston, daily, at
4, p. m., eeaneeting with tbs train at Colton.
Lewiston Ofliee, at Raymond Honse; Colfax
Offioe at Baldwin Honse: Colton ofliee .t
Colton Hotel. R. U. BUFF, Prop.
28tf
NOTICE FOB PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston Idaho, Jtura ]g 1888.
LIZZIE C. ARANT, D8. 3477.
N otice is hereby given that the
following-named rattler his filed .otto,
of h.r inteution to mak. final proof is support
of her claim, and that said proof will b. mad.
■t this ofliee on Jnly 24th, 1888, vis: Linie
C. Arant, D8 3477, for th. sol owl swit nek
and wH rail see 8, tp 84 n of r 4 w, B M,
containing 160 aorra. She lames the follow
ing witness** to prove her oontinnons resi
dence upon, and onltivation of, said land
vix: James Meflragor, .1 Lewistoa, Idaho.
J. M. Herbert, John G. Pol), J.hn R Wads
worth, of Tammany. Idaho.
FRANCIS F. PATTERSON.
Register.
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT
Uwistoo, I. T„ Jans 21. 1881.
JAMBS CRAIG. D. 8. 3.250
TRTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
,Lw following nanrad settlor has filed notira el
Sis intention t. make final proof in support ot
hto claim, and that said proof will bo mad.
at thi. ofltoo at Lawiston, Idaho. Aar 11
Craig DS. 3M0rZlL
5îÏr7*w^»w" d H 1 **.'*
SO a r 6 w BM. Hr names th. follow!«.
1888. vis:
n.i*
27 tpmi« 11 *■ Hr nfimra th.following
witBorara to prov. his ooniinneu. rraidrara
'f"'" 1 , onltivation of, «id |» ni , Til .
E. 8. Sheldon, John Vernon. David WaSon,
J. L. Armstrong all el Lawiston, Idaho.
FRANCIS F. PATTERSON.
39 Rag is tor.
MITCHELI
Farsi % Spring 1!
Geo. TV. Morrison has the Agency tor
these
CELEBRATED WAGONS
And has on hand a full line. The
Rest is cheapest.
Call and see him at the old land office next to Baird's stalle.
THK
JHeat Market.
-{ CLINDINING à DUBUC, |
PROPR1ETOR9.
BEEP, MUTTON, PORK,
VEAL, BACON, HAMS
SA l SAGES,
The best of moats from tha blook and by th.
quarter, and rarvad in good atyto*
t. Patcas L.w. IStf
W- A. SIMPSON.
Snoerassrt. Andrew En.x)
BARBER and HAIR DRESSER,
The first-class Shop of the city.
HOT and COLD BATHS,
MAIN ST
LEWISTON.
FRISCO SALOON.
S0BT- SMITH, Proprietär,
THE FIRST CLASS SALOON OF THI CITY
Brat Liquor, end Cigar, always .a hand.
Mixed Drinks ■ specialty. Billiard aad Pool
tablas run aooording to th. n.w tow.
aiVB HIM A CALL. 37tf
DENTISTRY.
A.- TALBOTT
A n OLD AND EXPERIENCED DENTIST
of »boot twenty year* practice, anaaaoocs
that ho is permanently located ia Lewiston,
and may be found at hia dental room* ovar
Glass' shoe store. He is prepared to do any
thing in the dental line. Broken teeth bailt
op to natural rise with geld. Teeth furnished
on any kind of plate known to the profession.
Prioes reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed
in every oast. I4tf
S3
CO
W. £. TimlwrUk.
Cora.r Slh and M.algom.ry Hta.
LEWISTON I. T.
T HIS HOTEL IS NEWLY BUILT
hard finish«! throughout, has all th.
MODERN (0NYENIENGE8
For the Comfort of Guests
Aad to kept oa •
FIRST-CLASS ROUSE
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
Aad hradqaartore for all asprara liara-raa
aiag to aad from Lew is toa.
"RS.B.BAUX AC,
Fr.pri.Urs.
fieho, the four your <.U stallion of Mr. 1)
8. Hutchins, is acknowledged t-. In- tt:e
burs, in this section, ami will stand ut tlie
following named place:,, tho coming
At the ranch of D. 8. Hutchius.on Mondays
at YV. L Church's ranch, in Tammany
Hollow on Wednesdays, and nt the livery
stable of M. CoIUu'b iu this city,on Friday*
All parties wishing to get a goudm.lt should
call on him. 2<dtf.
Notice to Teachers.
The regular ezauiinntion uf tc::ehc-rs f or
Nes Peroe county, I. T. will le held st the
sohool house in Lewiston, Wednesday, Aur
1st., 1888. All applicants aro required' tu bs in
attendauco at 10 o'olook A. M.
J. Q. MOXLEY, ilennni, fS,, rT
40-4w Nox Parce oounty, I. T.
tïoriicVi'Jo^- ,
. A L«!) F.LEOTlUt) liKJeTF<- It DImEas rVj*"*
Dl. H08NÜ, INVEHTOS, 131 WAttU.t AVE. CHICAGO.
D. D. BUNNELL, atout at JLewistoa
Idaho. 31.ly.
FEED
STABLE
—-—and.—,
CORRAL
OPPOSITE THE HOTEL DE FRANCE.
Animals kept
at a reasonable price
and a good corral! for camping
Water bandy;
"GET THERE"
If you want good Satisfaction.
M. L. SMITH. 25
THE GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE.
THE
Northern Pacific
R. R.
TYVO TRAINS DAILY',
fix HE ONLY LINE RUNNING PULLMAN
A Palace Sleeping Cars, Mngnifirent Day'
Coaches and Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Can.
with berths free of of charge,
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THE EAST VIA ST. l'AVL
AND MINNEAPOLIS
The
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PALACE: DIKING CARS
(MEALS, 75 Cts.)
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—TO—
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And all points throughout the East
VIA ST. PAUL, AND MINNEAPOLIS
Pullman sleeping accommodations can bo So
cured in aevanoo.
Emigrant Sleeping tars,'Births,
Free.
Hauled on regular express trains over t lis «a*
tiro length of the
Northern Pacific Rall.oad
Train leaves Genesee 5 A. M.
Arrives 7:5, P. M. Arrives at Spo
kaue 10:50, A. M., Leaves 1:50. P.M.
Connection at Tac<-Iia with tbe O. R. i N.
Co,', bo.t. and the Pi. S. S. lty. for all points
on Pugst Sound, 1 *
Tickets on sale to all points Iu the (Jai
led States and / Canada. Per rates,
•te., apply to E.A. McKINNA,
Tioli. t Agent, Genesee, ldshs
A. I». C IIA HI,ETON,
Ass. Geo. Passemgei Ag't, No. 2 Washing
ton street, Portland, Ore, 33-^
Farm for Sale.
Ono hundred wind sixty acres dceiied !»••
with good hou«o7 eight acres umler
plenty of water J and timber near at had*
Situated on Cedar!creek, on Dig potlatch. A
good chance fog* one desiring a good iartL
Terms reasonably. Enquire of,
A. W. LONGFELLOW.
7-3m Cameron. Idnk^
fjluxo: h'or sale
160 acres, (Vested on llatwai Creek.
milra east of Lawiston, twenty acre# f«»J*J
and in geed etvts .of cultivation. Y oung Uf
•hard, 100 trees; a geod house, four r.o—*, *
•table, smoke house, chicken house and wru -
Tw. aloe mountain streams running llir **X*
th. farm, and one good spring of water.
dralrable farm will bo sold et s bargain
R. J. MONROF.
' Real Estate AgajL
Lawiston Idaho March 23 1888. "*L
Situated un Lake Waha, 20
milea from Lewiston.
Splendid Summer
Resort
Good Bar ; Attached t there
Liquors i and Cigars are hep*
Board, per R eek - Ä, ° (
Single Meals;
Anima)* fed at town prices
34 3m ! C. £. FAUNCL
$10 OO:
5 Ofit*-

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