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ÔiÏy^ÂhÎTcOUNTY OFHC1M. FM>tR. j.D. lfcCosiiT. BXCELSlOR LODGE NO 27, K, of P. ««et« every Wednes day at Masonic Hall, at Lewis ton, Idaho, at 8, P. M. So journing members in good standing are invited to attend. S. IL HEED C. C. REGULAR Communications ef Ne* k Perco Lodge No. 10, A. F. A A. M., ►aro held at Mas«»is »all the sec*»« tSutarday in each month. Sejouraiag brothers art cordially j, W. 14. •dga* iavitod to attend. r * *—k. 1. O.o. K. LEWISTON . lodgo Ns. ft. Regular I'eeetiag 1«e»di.T .Ten lag. »leakers *1 «liier R. P MUDGS, N. si. *«. U. W. CLRARW ATER LODGE NO 11 BHlI ia Ik* Hum» U.ll the first sul *n**4 Tharsday *f esch »««th *t R *'el**k, H. All visitiag brethera i* good st»»<i w. «Ul raoeiv« * eaniial wcle*s*e. _____ W* W. Ba«wa, J - D - McCONKEY, Recider. • " S SRKSBYTEKIAN CHURCH.—U»v. A. S. ' Pastor, p*star. Services every Fab h *t 11 a. nr-. »»'1 7:30 p. m. Sunday sskMl dt 12 m. CITY JOT EMTORS C1TT JOTS. •**. B. Ldk* Jeweler, Lawiatan. T-7-tf Why did fc* *t»y se lateT Treorroe will bo March 1st. Cityeoaoeil meets en Mo ali y next. H.xt Wednesday will be Ash Wedeesday. Wke wet steck en the short dress masque reden? Dea'i fell to attend the lire merlin j r.ex Wedaesdey • Xk* J7th of eext mouth will be St. Pnt riok'e day. ••David Harriott" in April. Don't miss it A tremens bonefit. Derohem A Kaufman ere not deed, Read ad ia another oolumn. Farmers should net fail ts call un Buiinell far their barbed wire. One wee put in mind of summer days Tuesday end Wednesday. Berede, the Lost Mine, (Ob, where's ] paoketbo.k). 'duke it in. WATCHES.—Geo. 11. Lako is sgeut 1er ' eelebral.d Reokfsrd IVat"lies. That young man had hotter keep aï the r or when the old indy Is sbseut. Bet the''ground hog," but "ttio shadow will ahow himself ec to-uiurruw night. Alike 0. R. AN. Exchange you een get ^Meere" Whiskoy. We mean Jesse Uoore kW, „ill live under a new administratio: ter Monday. It will probably be republican I a friend D. Spurbeck, of Gutiuioe, paid ly riait this week. N. B. Holbrook made a trip to Cueu d'Alene laat weuk. Prof H'irshbarger ia teaching a maUtemu tieal clasa in the city. Barbed wire until you tan reet at 15 1 nelt'a hardware store. Bunuell has just received a large lot of har d coal which he is offering at redit ed rate*. . F. E. Jerome returned home to Coeur d'Alene City l*3t ween after u visit of sev eral day*. H. McGrow, formerly of thie city, but now ol Pelouae City, came over on Tuesday on a riait. WiiTID.-A girl to do geueral house work. Enquire ot dira R. Orostcin, Lewis ton, Idaho. 0. D. Fleming will shortly rrmovs from ! Genesee to Tacoma and engage in the real eitaia buaineee. Judge Bien returned from hie place ou Craig mountain, Wednesday, where he has keen the past week. C, A. Loeper and bride arrived here on Friday and proceeded on to their home in Tammany oo Saturday. Quito a lot of sickness has been going th* rounds daring the past mouth but nothing of n serious nature. Steamer that arrived on Tuesday was laadtd with barbed wire and stone c»al fur U. C. Bunuell of this eity. J. C. King, Frank Bros, expert, and owner of n twelve mile square farm in the state of Colorado, it in the city. Martin Maulie bas made numerous trips here from Uoiootowu during the past ten days with passengers from the railroad. Mies Battis Smaile, sister of Mrs. Felix Warren, of this city, has been visiting hern during tha Boat woek, from Walla Walla. Anyooa having the 9th and 13th volumes of Wallace 17. 8. Reports, belonging to the library, will please return the »eine to F. H, Grierson, Clerk. ary, No lie ■$300 and lor ou law 'he we p to Chris Thiessen cams down from his pUon on Soak* river last weak with a small Mod of 4haep which he sold to Cliuvlinoing # Dnbna, for tneir market. 14. L. Smith ia having his livery stable Oft 2nd street turned mound so as to face toft C atraet, and it will ba a vast improve ment Vo the looks of the properly. Tho water has bean turned into the ditch the pant week nod the Booth j- Van Belt grist-mill ia now grtndiug and turuiug out tho usual good grade of flour. 0. M. Poor, formerly of the Asotin Sen timml, returned from California ou Friday, and will now remain in tuia section. lie aaya that Idaho list got tha "boss" climate. "tha Stull theatrical troupe will arrive ift this oity within n few weeks. Fred LaComta, their gentlemanly sgeut will be hsra neat week and give date of tkeir ar rival. Tha river* have been raising some during tho past week aud if the weather keeps warm wa will bave but a slight raise uur !«* the month of June, our usual time for high water. Our townsman, E. Paarey, who has been visiting m O rag su tbs past few months, re turned home ou Friday last. Ha left hi* littla daughter there where she will remet u duriag tha Summer. k FOR RENT—The building in rear of the jfftiteraaliat church, formerly occupied bv Mr. Fleming a* n photograph gpllery. Ad )Ht to Ja*. W. Rem, Attorney. 22tf Enumeration of a few, of 'Creme do la Creme" gastromu many go a. j'ISt received! Butter fre 111 Smiling IVft * -('oinb H nicy from flowery Los An Break la t Bacon (p life l'.i'.-iv— M ishrooiiri f out the Slot e of Mt. \ tsuvius —Loiters from the Nile River-Olives uni liai.iu from the s= ite of Hureulaneum—OystefH Iront the .Kguau j Sea—C heese ft « >m the Historic City ot Lim burg—Etc. Etc. A. Hamas. \V. A. Simpson is having his barber shop enlarged and otherwise improved, on the inside. Ed. Williams, formerly of this section, but late of Walla Walla, died in that city on the 24th, inst, alter a lingering illness established bo* 1 C si liqUT subi at l lie Palace A mail route has been tween Lewiston and Suuthwick, vie Julietta | Cameron au il I.rUud p *at.*il: t-». so wo arc}' formed by our T. M., I', tl k*c s. lit.Is I r this contrast are to be in by April 111, j 1889. J The steamer arrived os Friday last , at't.'iu Baughman bring in command, w-.tli I alaenger* and freight. This was the tire i ice the river opened. \\ c are in- j formed that it will now r week. The reason that the A ' a Vtiisky is ui such déniant considered by ell to lis lus d you cau always find Sale oil. A railroad bind seas killed s'. Spokane ills on Monday. In attempting to couple cars he was caught lietwetn them; lie b'c l nly tweu'y minutes after being lescued e did not learn his name. Remember the Amateur Theatrical Com bination of th ia eity will render a play, eu tled • N'eviniu or ihe Lost Miue, ' tn-mur IW evening in the Urostein & Itiunard hall, and a Urge udieiice is expected. Rev. Mr Ash spoke Monday evening m good audience oil the subject, of the sleep of the. Soul." He held to the view that there is no statu of me,nisei.iuai.ess. Services next Sunday, morning and cven ng at the M. K. Church, Mrs. Sullivan returned from Portland some days ago where she had been to re urn with Mi-s Mary Denny, daughter of Mr. tvti• I Mrs J. W. Denny, who was there attending school and was takeu sick. 8he is now rapidly improving. It is expected that Mrs Lucy H. Wa h ngton, a National worker of tile \\ . C. T. U , will b>- in this vicinity next week aud hold one or two meetings The date and place will lie given through the churches h'*n ascertained, blie is considered one of the best speakers. Harry Madgtvick, Geo. White and A. Sutherland returned from another irip to tlie Butcher Boy mine last week aud report the shaft to he down about eigh'y feet, and the ore improving in value, the !«eper they go down They brought down some speci mens of very rich ore. The Walla Walls papers and the Orryo in speak of the sickness of M«j, R. R. Reese, of Walla Walla, who 1ms been ct if tine : to his bed fo" s-veral days with a partial paralysis. The Maj. bus been a prominent man in that section for several years, and highly napected. Win. Hawley, who passed through here last werii en rouie for California, sold om his hotel in drang' ville to James Edwards, formerly of Warrens. Mr. K. has kept a hotel in Warrens tor a, null'll »er of years in the satisfaction of all ami we predict for him a good patiousge in his uetv field. Best values always given, in Pianos Organs, Sewing .Machine«, Books Station ary, wall Paper .pc., at th A Thatcher e. No new Plan.i or Organ has been sold by anyone eh* here, for sevctal years, that lie would not have sold for from Süd to ■$300 less than paid for it. Good Of pars and Sewing machines to reut. 13 tf Dr, M A Kelly left on Thursday last lor Olympia- W. i' where ho goes tub attendance at an operation tube pi-iforineil ou R. L \ antis of this city and lars law ut Mr. iv. Mr. Yantis and fatuilj Irvvii beau at, Olympia ami vicinity, for Hie past few months, where h ■ went thinking 'he chauge might improve his lie dth, and we hope to soon learn uf his recovery. In a private Utter to a ciiizen ill this city referring to tlie Nez Terce levlian war claims, Uelegata Dubois says : "A bill has passed the House or- ating a commission to pass directly ou tlie,e claims. If favorable Congress then, without further ado, appro p iates money to pay them ft is the most satisfactory measure which lias vet becu suggested, and I am in hopes that it will pa-s the Senate. It is extremely difficult to push lires* claims now, inora, especially with this bill pending. Takk Notick, in Vikw of Gisiso East. _111 view o! a trip to Chicago and New York in ilia eatiy part of March, for purpose of making purchases of a liu Fancy Groceries and delicacies that is to be found among the wholesale trade on this coast. It will be necessary to collect up very close and would respectfully ask ..11 persons knowing themselves lo I e iu vlebtetl at the store to prepare to favor me with settlement of same. Respectfully Yours. M. J. GREENBURG. is Mr. Geo. \V. Morris, tho retired Indian agent who resigned some tune ago, having beeu relieved by Gen. Heath, left, with his family on Monday's steamer for his former home in Boston. He goes via the Short Line. Mr. Norris lias tilled the position of agcDt for upwards of two years in the credit of himself and the government, although he wa) unacquainted with ihe duties of the business when he assumed charge of the agency. He has been beset by meddlers who seem,d to want to dictate »»tiers and render matters unpleasant; but Mr. Norris wan buss aud had things his own wav, si though sometimes It became a trying pot' turn to till just on account of some inter meddlers, who tried to c"UBe dissatisfaction with the ludiaus. Both himself and family have so managed their position so as to aommand Ht* respect of all sensible and well disposed people in hi) section, who kuow the trials and difliculties an Indian agent has to encounter. May prosperity and happiness go with them, lie proposes to locate iu Bostou *ud résuma hi) practice as a lawyer, where he has inducements that promise him success. for > The Boise /Statesman publishes an af fidavit of fifteeu more citizens of Lewis Ion, tC'Uchiug a statehood merlin" held ioLewiston. We republish this more as a curiosity than a statement ot facts, whit-hour people, generally, who were present, know to be a perversion, there fore it would convey no more informa lion from counter. affidavits which could be obtained by scores were it neceft .-ary. If these fifteen citizens can eatisfy their idea ol ,0 eo thi.-m-preefnt their fellowiueo and feel happy, lhe yr «aji stretch their oath to great latituda »0; com pan a point against those who differ with them on any disputed question, and we have uothing to say more than wo have already said before lu the Tf.E lkb, sod they cau enjoy all tho honor of their perversion of the truth, The Masquemüe. I Call The firem u's ma que day evu cti>3, furty-t vo ma kers tlie hail er« wdefl with engaged in v aiifing aiti'I j sic of Prof. 1 loss' str. 4 o'clock. The folloi that marked and the sented : James I'ritohticid...... Ward well. . hieh was wa^ a grand suc beiug present and pectators, «ad all the excellent mu ig band, until about in«/ is a list of those haraeters they repre | 1 I | j J , , I i j l of h T. of A. to R. M IIlmi doli miy \V Jenny Pei Liu Peah, Altert Be j j I j t 1 A ! i • ; ! i \N t L'iia* Pish..... Mrs. L. (irostcin OolU Jolmson.. Mm. H. Larson. Krank Ward... Mrs. Shutte... .Gipsy d .......Gipsy ''rl rk, ...Schnei u -ys ......... riomiov* Llwistos Tki.u'.ii ..Stars ami liars .......Cm Is : In 1 stus 'A'lialiingtou ......... Nuise ...........Baby ...............Mill. ... Juck yi ............Bride .....SwlWer Girl j ..Irish policeman Cunielile preacher ........Moonliglit .... Nothing at all ......... Prost .Spannh Girl fortune teller ......Domino .....Butterfly .Flower Girl ......Deniinu .......Indian .........Jew Ilarrv Dowd........ llenj Dill............ Joseph Riedl ......... A prize uf five dollars was given to Mrs. Greenburg and Miss Bimiard, for the best sustnined lady character, and also five dol lars awarded to Goo. Lelaud for the best sustnined gentleman character. The fol lowing is the amount received and the ex penses of the ball: Gross cash receipts........ Ç1S3 55 l'.xpe Hall r ut ........... Printing............ Miscellaneous expene Prizes.............. Total expense....... Net to company.... ;,->0 00 12 (Ml 0 00 S 45 10 00 $1)7 10 MJ8 IV OlEcee "The rush tor office its awfuH letter wriiteujfrum Washington, worth $ô;K) are in demand by scores ot applicants, aud !ur"cr on-'S appreciated in piopurtion. It is nothing uew to have the chaotic and iliulie rudi fur office happen ju-t bdovo the first of Match Every admitiiftliaiion for fifty years has encountered the same difficulty and has generally survived it, though it probably killed lien Harrison's grmidlathor. Uct) is younger and is tougher; as touçh as old Joe liapstuck. aud it may worry hot won't kill him. But it is a disRraceltil phase of humauity all the saute. A re rmed civil .service would shut oft u majority of lids, and do away with the Selens rush of "poor devils that is so aiuful to witness. It is demoralizing lo tho worst degree, this rush for office, A niau is lost to himself and everything lse when he becomes an office seeker. If he could build up a moderate business, fill s, ut! peruiauent place, and fill il 11, he could not improve his chance*, ven if successful in obtaining plaça un der government. A rage and pastion lor office is destructive, and unhealthy, ) unfits a man for any good in life.— Oregonum. With Washington admitted and North Idaho left out, what effect will it have on he pn -f land in North Idaho? The prospect for immigration tbi* year to the eastern, middle and southern states to this side of the llocky mountain» is very hri Jit, und more especially sioce the ad mission of Washington. But where will they endeavor to make settlements The settlement of a uew state, with good natural resource», has always been quite rapid, and lauds have been in gvral de mand. These lands in Washington, suitable for agriculture, will naturally advance in price, and all lands for sale will find ready sale to supply the incoming immi gration, These lands will find a much more ready sale uûd at it muck mure ad vanced pticethau wbatthey would have brought uuder a territorial government. North Idaho might have enjoyed this ad antage if she had been attached and beeu a part of Washington. But as the present prospect is—though much ol her > t Î of I in 111 a tnlllft than of as »0; of laud ii iutriusically of mote value than much uf the land in Washington- But it will not bo sought, because' it is iu a territory, and is likely to remain in that comliti n for a decade of yearn, and thus very land owner iu North Idaho must ja the prico'of his land, and be heavily taxed to maintain the govern ment of Idaho from which he gets com paraiively no bent fit in leturn. Many people can ensily turn traitor to a principle in which they have fondly expressed their undying faith rather than to be put lo some trouble or iooooven icnco which they have not the ready mean* of averting. Others esn bought off by a promise of some imagin ary ^ good to result by • desettion principle for a time, to grasp that good which they can never realise while life lasts.' - f}*lj«a Harvest C.ak Stov* l.ju»t a. **a<| It leak. Colatabi*. Harvest, Oesideat, Dsxtar, Wide* West aad as aad leas variety oi parler end effioe stave* *f «asters patters« at Bua aall's hardware «tore. THE BIG LOTTERY AT HELENA. ©GO,000 For $1 ©300,000 For ©5. Scud $1 85 to the Montana investment company, Helena. Montana, h*r a chance in their prize distribution. The §300,000 A born House, Des Moines, loom, ami i53 cash prizes from 81 v) to $5,000. Whole ticact'», $5; fifths, si. Remember that the deed to the capital prize, the Ahern Bouse, is tu»vv in escrow at the first National bank, Helena. M. 1'., ready to be turned over to the holder of the winning icket. 14-lm i hr : SPKl'lAL NO I K £6. Moore Whiskey, »f Ihi st assortment of el > und at (»<■«•• !l. l as j brighten P.angs ii first clt i the rid. Bun New Orleans Molasses on Wiideuthellcr's. by the quart Good lead pcecils for '.Vi cv draft at T gallon. • uvelope s 5 coats n hunch II. K. Barnett is agent 1 Baia Ha igou, in thi s citY* Bunue 11 keeps a full !i stoves. If YOU HP e<i a st nishi.ig ; ......I*, will save on him. Bar irwn of as so AIM'LI'S K. r.xirr h RS a large (piaa litr of line A puli s for k vie, by Urn sack. nt a rcas natile price. Ini ■e him * call if you wan t good winter A t pie». 10-tt If you want to wrrowr n on ■y go to S. .8 Rogers and «vt it al teu pt r 0 nit. 10tf (IKiiAT RAID A INS. — Tr cot and Dress Hanoi», Cl »hs S liort VV T r vps and Overcoats at fust, to cluse 1 ut. A chaucc tu sc 00 (Ml 00 cure bargains in the above lines. ld-;f Bki.li's j' Cask. WantsD'—A girl to do general house work for a family of two persons; wages good. Apply to Jacob Cooper, Farmington, Washington Territory. lo ti Tiik ARims Dkkd in IN. now.—The Montana Investment company, under whose auspiees the §:lt}0,000 Ahorn ILou'e. located al Des Moiuis, Iowa ia being dis po.el of by drawing a' Helena, M. T„ uu der the laws of the territory has deposited the deed ut the property with the First National baok of Helv.ua in esv row for tin benefit of the holder ol the winning ticket P. The Teacher Who advised her pupils to strengthen their minds by the uso of Ayer's Sar saparilla, appreciated the truth that bodily health is essential to mental vigor. For persons of dellcato anti feeblo constitution, whether young or old, this medicine is remarkably beneficial. Bo sure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. " Every spring and fall I take a num ber of bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and am greatly benefited." — Mrs. James H. Eastman, Stoncliaiu, Mass. " I have taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla with great benefit to my general healt h." — Miss Thlrza L. C'rerar, Palmyra, Md. 1 " My daughter, twelve years of age* has suffered for the past year from General Debility. A few weeks sinoo, we began to glvo ber Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health has greatly improved." — Mrs. Harriet H. Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. "About a year ago I began using Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility and neuralgia result i tig from malarial exposure in tlie army. I was In a very bad condition, but six lift 1 lea of the Sar saparilla, with occasional doses of Ayer's Pill«, have greatly improved my health. I am now alilo to work, and feci that I cannot sav too miu-U for your excellent remedies." — Y. A. FinUbam, boutlg Moluncus, Mo. a "My daughter, sixteen years old, la using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good ef fect."— Itov. S. J- Graham, United Brethren Church, Buckhauuou, W. Va. "J suffered from *... Nervous Prostration, 1 with lame back and headache, and have been much benefited by tlie use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I am now 8!) years of age, aud am satisfied that uiy present health nnd prolonged life are title to the uso of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." — Lucy Moffltt, IC'illingly, Conn. Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth, a lady 79 vears old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : '•After several weeks' suffering from nervous prostration, I procured a bottlo of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and lieforo I fand takeu half of it my usual health returned." • Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PBEl'AHED BY Sr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass. Trice tl ; six bottles, »5. Worth $i a bottl*. LAND SCRIP WE HAVE FOR SAI.K FCSTERFIELD, VALENTINE, SIOUX HALF-BREED SOLDIERS Additional Homestead £crip, -which can be used in purchasing Government Land«. !>iiy and sell TERRITORIAL, County City and School Honda, and Transact n general liking business. Write for further particular». S. A. KEAN & CO., iti 100 WASHINGTON ST., CHICAGO. ILL. MS »ROADWAV. F CVIf YORK. 3STE"W BOOT S SHOE STORE. 7 - 181 « Sal* Work, of Sao Fnoisco Make, Sold Cheap for Cash. WOMEN, CHILDREN aad MENS WEAR gr AM classas of work roaaufeeturad rder. Repairing neatly and promptly usas. GEORGE GLASS, Montgomery at., Isaaviaton, I. T. H. P. HEART BÜRO. C LOTHING CLEANED REPAID BO TO ORDER. lnU- Sd 8 tr«*t, LE WUTOB I, Alfred Damas. ADBRGSS, P. •. BOX 90, LEWISTON, IDAHO. WboUtal* a»4 SM*Q »RALBR nr GENERAL MERCHANDISE Siarxsr, r^rvarllig bb! €«m Biftslaa »geet Money And goodsadvaiRecd on cousignuaeBts •! wo«l, wUobI, fl»i aU bid f A Specials, ■■ lALTt Liverpsal, best» Reek in ?U0. e.. UM ..^t 4 00 Fine eering ia 11».»..—." I 76 De ry ia *0 » ................." I 0» Red Breed, Vahle ia 6, *) aad SI I * 1 00 Cearse in »0 aad 110.» ......1 26 Stack, caarse ia 126. » ....... ......... '* 1 60 TOBACCOlft, ia ahest 21 peaal eaddiae i P. Lerillard aad Ce.'s delehrated kraadi. Climax grade, Resgk aad Ready 14 »» plsge. 9 60*te per pesai. " Imeeth. 14 sa plage Q 48et> -• " fteugk 4 te pessd pleg (A 6»ete Rallies •• dmeeii* 14 ex plage Q 43e>s Arrov end Iftevy grad* saieatk Mus p 0 4**:» Meshanis's dsligkl " reagk lf.es p ® 4S»(* Catwahe grade, aaeeetk, M es plag <J 4ket> Dark Uagaalia, grads, esaaetk 14as » (g 40eta iL8 AB. c. r> .................................-......... Extra C............................................. "S'A Grai«Ut«i.........................................."• Hi Flic«» liaWl* ti ekiup ai.? daj a«4 leas Mason'a H Gallen Freit Jere Feroelein liied, por dexen........*................................^ ^0 Men's lelest style Oesliaiere suits $ T 00 A lot of «Mal« ksJ Hors« Sliees • $5 per hundred. A lot of esserioé Fisisklsg Nails % $4 pur bn ad re A, L. ROWLEY, ^0 00 ILL Moulding, Door,Sa«li Ac Scroll t§n\T iïij*> Kte, All wtirk. in ! ; is line muile to order at price 8 tliat defy com Giro petition in him » call. re cities. Prices to suit the ,A OH AS. O» SSiLRR IS « KPiEES, m SOLID SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED W AR1 'A'»lth8iB. Klein, Sfvrlnartleld and Lancaster Watches. N. W. Brkarlet, Pres. CLOCKS AND OPTICAL GOODS ' * •^">Htr-i , ..»*iri»R of WalcSea and Jewelry a sj»oo'alty W. F. .Kettenbach, Cnslii«* F. W. Kkttenbach, Assistant Cashier. Corner at 2 nd and Main Sts. Directors i MIXIJ Letsrialtn I. T. N. W. Brearlcy, J. Alexander, \V. F. ilettenbach, B. F. Morris, J. Q. M exit y Geo. Glass. Meat Market. CLIMBiMXti A Dlbl«', FKOPESSUTOSIK. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS 8Al SAGES, The Wit of monta from the Meek aud by the quarter, end served in geotl utrle* Pt»*"«* how. 1 Stf i In Tn tion to 0- G- 3L;.KDEY, M- B-, Physician and Surgeon,t S. W. Cur., Fitst and Main Street* ROOMS 5 AND 0, PORTLAND, OUtSOOR 1 3m. FOK SALE. 320 »eres of choice farming land, 2^ miles '.roin Genesee depot S. & P. railroad, about 70 u\jres prepared for fall sowing, with numerous springs and fish ponds, house« barn, fencing, at low price. Knquire at !he California Ei Qhange Saloon, Oeuesee, I. T. 4T TREE ktHcainsssi VlllftUJy. «*«•«• I Wftteb bilk* v orM. Fcr-! fcet tf«*-L----- — ^ fc w p sr . W»rrft»U*4. Us«fy Solid Ool.l UnnMBF CM« IU U«r%ot *n<4 ut*ffOl0c«Rb Va Uadi Udl-. ft/vd («U'liM W wtflb Wfirlfl «M CRMS of *q«i U nlM OXE PEbSM U* acJt kwAlllF cm wear* ooo FI.KE. Uu w to UiM poRatUtl ■DO lo **ok IoooIUf, lo Imd a f wlK . coll, o EM f lftU Uo* atom VOlRofctoDOd no noftTuI HUIT) UWM* »AJRVI Ea. (bw* rmrrIrr.m wo« ft* «he WftU I i,vmm4 «mjrI DlUryo« ÎSTkS Cm> lo Four ho«* tor éootoJtoWBtoa *- **-------- oar ton colled,tb* i beecoue four owo p* up«r«o| » to moke tb»D crool • off«r, eetsdlu* lb* HOLdf „. T n _____ ___lotryT TBI«, fb* i mmt w«n<torfol offer fcoowo.toiRO«tolo order tbot our aoiuple* bbot be itloccd at ooflO «bar* Umj cab to m*o, *11 ow*r AtoMrtcâTwrU* M oor*. on« M*kff*or* of tb* rhftDc*. Bead* ' It will to hardly *o y trutaMo a«r yo* to abow ttoaampto* to tto «• iwho may coll at y«or Uamm oo« year reward will to autel ottofactory. A poaul card on wbtoo to writ« u* «MU bot 1 oat »4 and after youkuawall.il yo« «ooo« tor*to**ofartttvr,why i uttom **+ ■ 111 , u «i aiisrm 11---T— eaoaecura FJaKKaoa oftbo Saat aoHd nM watch** ta tb. . world co« imr lor«o Mood COSTLY «ABFLKS. « r*fay all aAAnMUB0.«TUUAM>OOQk 9 loa« IV KTOCK For Sale! ONE STALUON Seven years old Dasher- Timolcaa stock. ONE STALLION Five years old—Messenger. 1 full blood HOLSTEIN BULL CALF Sis months old. Will sell cheap for cash or trsdo for other stock. J. M. HOWE, Lewiston, I. T NOTICK FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. GEORG! N < t U. RILEY—lid. 945. LAND OFFICE AT Lewistoa Idahe Keb. 12. 1889. OTICR 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named eettler baa filed aatiaa *f hie intention to inak* final proof in support «I his elaim and that said proof will be mad* at this nffiea, an March 27. 1889. via: Qaorga H. Rilev for the lots I and 2 sad salfi ne'g aeo 6 tp 8 fi a r 5 w RM. 11* namai th*follow lawiag wilaessee to prove hie contiouoao root danoa upon, nnd enltlvatiaa of, said land, fit: Haar; U. Rea*. tUeorga Kcaa, Fant B. Aft beay. all a< Union town, W. T., aad Saadfard u *. «f flaniifiR I «labo. Any person who dssirea te pretest agslaat tb* aUowanaa vf «nah proof, or wb* kaaws of say substantial rsaaon. under tha law* aad the ragalatleaaMTlha Interior Rspartaan', why aueh praapAhauld not ba allafjd. will ha giraa an eppMRaaity at th* above maatioaad time and plftaa ta «raaa-aaamia* tha witnsssss ol said elaimaat, and t* offaf avidsnoa in nbnttnl nf that sabmitted by aWimaat. FRA NCI 8 F. PATTERSON. 9t Register. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE On bale of Kcal Estate In tho Probate Court of tho County of l'eroe» Idaho Territory. Tn the matter of the guurdtnnship of tho boira of ( hurle* Carlton, dtcetiFed. It appearing to the Court from tho peti tion thin day presented and filed by Jstspor Hand, ibe guardian of »»aid estate, praying for der of «ale of oerL.iu real e*tute belonging to Haid «Ftute. that iljit» for the best inte ents of al estate and necessary that such real «Atute be sold. It is hereby ordered that ihe next of kin of the minor heirs and all persons interested ia the said estate, appear before this Court ui ivinFriday, tho lHth day of March, 1889, al o'clock a. ui. at the court room of said «!■ n the City of Lewistun. 1. T.» then and mi I.- «bow cause why an order should sot grunted for the sale of »<ueh eatate And it is further ordered that a copy thM order bo publicities at least once a week for thre« successive weeks before said day of hearing is the Lrwihton Teller, a newrpaper printed and published iu said count* nnd territoty. W. M. KICK, Probate Judge*. Dated February 11, 1SM9. 2U-4 Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE ia hereby girt-n that tho und*r »iguea will sell tho following real properf? at Lewiston on the 12th day of Murob, 18159, nt o'clock p. in., to the highest bidder for cash, the saute being the ) r«*perty of No« Perce onunty, to-wit: The s utheaefc quarter of tho northwest, quarter and the southwest quarter of the nottbeast quarter of scclie« thirty, township seventeen noTth. of rang« forty five east, W il aineitc meridian, in Whit* mau ouuaty, Waflhington Territory, the said tract of laud containing eighty acres. W«r* rantee titie given. Th« right to reject a«y aad ail bids reserved. lly order of the board of ouunty com oil«» siuners of No« Perce county. JASPKR HAND. Chairman, Lewiston, I. T.. Jon. 31, 1889. 191 of Notice or Eslrajfc-f NOTICE is hereby given that I, M. I*. »Smith« of Lewiston, Idaho« have taken up sJ «•stray, t ne white cayuse horse, shod all round« and branded II D on left sh ou Id or- Th4 owner will please call pay all charges and take the animal, or be will be «old aocoruiag to law. Horse supposed to be? or 8 years old. J20-5 M. L. 8MITIL Dated Lewiston, Idaho, Feb. 9, 1889. T NOTICK FpH HOMESTEAD PROOF. RICHAUD RADOMSKY—Hi 'jÙôT. LAND OFFICE AT LcvUt.iu, I. T. Fab. 6 , 188«. N otici is hereby given that thi following n suffi settler has filed aatlas of his intenlisa to ni.lio Seal proof in suppart *f his claim and that said proof will ba Uf add st this office, on Mareh U>, 1883, vit: Richard ttakomsky, fat the swig see 'J 8 tp 35 a r 6 w, B. M. Ua neu es Ihe fillowing witnesses t* prove bis continuous rcidenoa upon, and cul tivation of said land, vis: Joseph Robnatt, E. R. White .nib. C. K. Whiioomb, Luther B. Goble, all of Lewlsloa. Id.he. An» persan who desires to protest against the allowsoos *i such proof, or who knew« a t any substantial reason, unter tha law aad regnlatians of the Interior Department, why such proof should not bo allowed, will be gives an opportunity at the above mentioned timd and plane to eroes examine the witnesses tf said olsiuiant, and te offer evidence in rahftt. talef that subiuittod by claimant. FRANCIS F. FATTKRSOK, 19 Register. sad N* *f «I at NOTICE FOK PRE-EM FTION PROOt. HENRY C. BUECHL 8 R—Fra D. B. 822T: LAND OFFICE AT Lawieton. t. T., Fab. 11. 188». OTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THI _ . following named settler has filed notiea n his iatention to maks final proof in support ef bia elaim. and that said »mH. will/ at this offioa, on March 22. ] Buaehler far theawf sej ,41 »«a 10 tp 86 a r 6 w B.M. m iWft i ' !> ■ f«H»w ing witnsraas to prove hircontian-n* raaidanaft upon, and enltivatiod of. aatiP Uhffi. ' vffit John Kambitsch, Chriaiophar I.Caopnr, Pa ft w iel H. McKaasie, Unis Dalaal. all ef LaVted tan. Idaho. Any paraanwho das ire» ta pvslaat agataffi tha aliowaaea of sash prsef, sr wk* kaawsst any eubstantial raaasa, nadar tha iaW and th« regalations *f tbs intarier Department, why aueh proof ah<>aid not ha nllnwsd. wifi bn gfvw <n an apportnnity at tbn abnvn maa«it" time and nlaaa to araas-axamiaa tha Wit»* £ f said claimant, aad to adhr i ri dsail to uttai of that submil tad by ataimsftt ^ FBANOIB F. PATTA RBON, Ta T ax THE daliayaant Ux Hat of th* : iatan far tb* year lfiBB. ha* hafift, bands for reltrettoa. That«* wUI tokn notiea. that trim paid within thirty d^A ftto» •ion nf thh ftStMa. th hy law. i 2» « Lan uteh. I. T-,.