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PrESBYTERIAX CHUKUII—IteV. A. S. Foster, pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 »• m> > BIU * 7:30 l'- m * Sunday school at 12 m. , /nrrfDPir nv At St a vim, 4 ftr _(T ilth t'\ 1 # I V I'rinr ivmtor M'isson ic) Rev. J.N.Guim, pastor.] Masson olic) Rev . , , , every Sunday at 10 a. m., Sunday school ut2 p. m., Vespers at 7 p. in. Church ok the Nativity— J. D. McConkey, rector. Services every Sun day morning at 11 a. m., Sunday s*-)i<> >1 at 12 in. Sunday evening services at 7:30 M. E. Church— Uev. L. J. Wlilt eorab preaches in tlic M. E. church of this city every Sunday at 11 it. m. and at 8 p. m. Sunday school at tue church every Sunday at 12m. All are invited. Lewiston Loikjk, No. s, 1. (). o. F. _Ragular meeting Tuesday evening. Member» of other lodges invited to at tend. J. H. (laut, N. G.; J M. Howe, R. S. 7 I Clearwater Encampment No. I. O. O. F.—Meets the first and third Thursday of each mouth at Odd Eel- i lows Hall, InGluss Block. .). M. Howe, j C. P.; S. G. Isaman, Scribe. Alpha Loikje, No. 1,1), ok II., I.0. 1 q. F.—Meet every Friday evening at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members 1 made welcome. Mrs. S. A. Rowley, N. | G. ; Miss Mlttie Wiggin, Secretary. i G. A. R. Post, No. 2—Meets the lust i Mondayevenlngofeaeh month, at.th ir ! hall. All comrades are invited to at tend. J- L. Richard, Post Command- j er; H. Perrault, Adjutant. Nf.z Perce Lotkie, No. 1(1, A. F. & A. M.—Regular communications are held at Masonic Hall on the second Sat urday in euch month. Sojourning ; brothers are cordially invited. 1). M. White, W. M.; .1.1). M <'( \>nku*y, Sec'y. Lewiston Charter, No. 4, R. A. M.—Royal Arch Mason* meet in the Masonic Hall on the fourth Saturday of every month at s p. m. So journing companions in good standing are always welcome. ('. P. Coburn, H. P.; .1. Di MoConkev, Ses; re tar V. Rainbow Council, No. 1, (). C. F.— Order of Chosen Friends meets in Ma sonic Hall on the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month. .1. D. McConkey, Counselor; Mrs. N. W. Brcarley, Secretary. Excei«sior LoT>f!E, No. 27, K. ok P.— Meeks every Wednesday at Masonic Hall, Lewiston, Idaho, at 8 p. m. So journing members in good standing are invited to attend. 1). S. Dent, C. 0. ; J. 1). McConkey, Secretary. Clearwater Loik;k. No. 11, A. O. U. \V.—Meets in tlie Masonic Hall the first and second Thursday ofeaeii month at 8 o'clock, p. m. All visiting brethren in good standing will receive a cordial welcome. C. C. Bunnell, M . W.; VV. \V. Brown. Recorder. City Council. —Meets first Monday evening of each month at K o'clock. I). M. White, Mayor; J. M. Howe, Clerk Board ok Trade. —Meets every sec ond and fourth Monday evenings of each month, at city council room, at. 7:30. N. W. Brcarley, Pres.; J. M. Howe, Secretary. Gensral New3. An English cruiser, the Serpent, foundered of Cape Buoy, Spain, on the 12th, and of 287 persons aboard, but three escaped. Wm. Dennee, a prominent mining broker of Spokane Fallsj committed suicide on the 12th by snooting him self In the head, the hall poising through his brain. The German emperor has made a personal gift of $250,000 to endow a national institute for the production of the anti-consumption lymph used in Dr. Koch's process. The third anniversary of the execu tion of the anarchists was celebrated in Chicago on the 10th. Armfuls of flowers, sympathetic speeches, and n parade of 2,000 people, were the prin ciple features of the celebration. The city council on the 10th pre pared an ordinance for the issuance of $5,000,000 world's fair bonds, voted, on the same day, by the people of Chicago. They will be 4 per cent., payable thirty years after date. The issue of the ordi nance was referred to the finance com mittee. Jay Gould has got control of the Union Pacific railroad company, at least that is wlnit he says. Those In terested in the deal with him, which led to the acquisition of the property, or rather the re-establishment cf his power in it, are, according to his own statement, William and John D. Bockfeller. Jack Dempsey has sigued articles of agreement for a fight with Fitzsim mons, to take place in the Olympic club in New Orleans, Jufiuury 14, 1801. The fight is for $12,000, the winner to take $11,000, each map to enter the ring at 154 pounds. The contest is to be governed by the Manful» of Queens bury rules, and the contestants will use the smallest gloves allowed by law. The reception given to the Irish delegates at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, on the 10th of of November, was a success both finan cially and socially. Governor Hill in troduced the delegates to the audience, Mying they represented the which calls for the sympathy of the American people. 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Sold at 25 cents per "ox by Dent & Butler, S. S. KOGEI18, LEWISTOX, IDAHO. Farm and town property bought and old on commission. Office on Main St L. L. STRONG, Lewiston, Idaho. ( 'offi ns and ( 'askets delivered on short . . . , • notice and at reasonable prices, Summons. . _____ In 'h- District Court of the First Judicial Dirt riet of Idaho à* tute iu and for the County of Nez Per « Franc, s L. Keiner Plaintiff, va. Frederick T. Keiner, Defendent. To Frederick T. Keiner, the above named Defendent : 1 he pe »pie of the United States in the »State of Idaho sen «! greeting: You are hereby no ified that there is now on fi'c in the » tfice of the Clerk of the District Court of the First Judicial DDtiict of sa.d state, in Lewiston, County of Nez Perce, the complaint of the above«named Plaintiff where in Judgment is demanded against you for a divorce from the lends of ma'riinonv between you and the said Plainti fi ai.i t « r the allow ance of a reasonable sum to del ray the ex penses of this >»c*ioii and tor counsel tees, nn»i for such other and further relief as may be just and ri^ht And y»*u areatso notified that unless you appear and answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Nez Force County, an » within twenty days, if served out of said county but within this Judicial District, and within forty days if served out ot this district—exclu sive of the day of service—the plaintiff will t ike a default judgment against you and Tlemand the reliet prayed for in the prayer ot sai I complaint. GIVEN under my bind and the seal of the D strict Court of the First Judicial LS District of Idaho State in and for Nez Perce County, this 12th day of November, A. D., 181.0. F. 11. Grikuson, Clerk« By J. H. Hiwr, Deputy, fi J. W. Rain, Attorney for Plaintiff Summons. In the Justice's Court of Goldsmith Precinct of the County of Nez Perce, Idaho. He;man Menkc. Pluintifi', vs. Ole Frang, Détendant. The people of the United States in Idaho send greeting to Ole Frang, the abuved-nauu-d Defendant. Y -u are hereby summoned to app ar before me, at my office in Goldsmith precinct, in the County of Nez Perce, Idaho, wiihin twenty —20—days after the service on you of this Muumns, in an action brought against you by said plaintiff t»» answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff. Said action is brought to recover judgment agaii-ft you for the sum of Forty eight and 75-100 Dollars on a contract for work and labor done an • performed by the said plaintiff f i you, as more fully a pears by the coin plaint on file herein to which you are referred, or judgment will be taken against you for th-' siid amount, together with costs of this suit if you fail to appear and answer* GIVEN under my bund this 3rd day of November, 1890, A. SCHUI.THKII* 7 4 A Justice of the Peaoe for said Precinct. Summons. Tn the Justice's Court of Gollsmith Precinct, of the County of Nez Perce, Idaho. enry Prehn, Fluiatiff, vs. Ole Frung, Defendant. The people of the United States in Idaho send greeting to Ule Frang, the above named Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear before me at my office in Goldsmith precinct, in the County of Nez Perce, Idaho, within twenty —20—days after the serviee on you of this Summons, in an action brought against you by sai-i plaintiff to answer the complaint of the above-named plaintiff. Said action is brought to recover judgment against you tor the sum of Ninety one and 75-10 1 Dollars on a contract for work and labor done and performed by the said plain tiff for you. as more fully appears by the com plaint oil file herein to whioh vou are referred, or judgment will be taken Mgainst you for the said amount, together with o »st» of this suit if y it f il to appear and answer. GIVE** under my hand this 3rd day of November, 18^0. A c CHtTI.TH»IS. 7 4 A Justice of the Peaoe for said Precinct Notice to Creditor!. E.'ate nf August Ben, n, deee*»*4. Notion ia here'iy ^iven hy th, undersigned. Executrix uf the Kaute of August Uencn. deceased, t.i 'he ceditors of end *11 persons havinit eU'in* *;iinal said deceased tu ex hibit them with th < neosss*ry voucher, wiihin ten m ntha after the first publication of 'his n tice t<> * he seid Executrix, at her resi ence on Twrd street between B end C in the City "f Lewiston, State of Idoho. or to Bend .t Howe et their lew office on street, opposite the Pint National Bank of Lewi ton. Assis K. Bss«i>, B ** aatr '* of 'h* Estate ot August Benson, deeeased Lewiston, Idaho, October 28, 1890. Rand'A Howe, Attorneys for Executrix. NO 1 It'E OR FKK-KMPTlO.v 1'KOOF. THOMAS L MKADOWS—Pre. 1). S. No. 4220. | Lewiston, !d»h,.. November 1-2. 1890 V otic« *» hereby given ii>»t *he f .ii..**ing ! ' e '" er fi h *' fiie, ' n tioe " f , hi9 f tention to make final in support of his cl dim. ami that «:• ill pr.*of wil h« mu'le i before 1'. S. Land Office at Lewiston, 1 !' lah -"' n,v * 1H!m - viz: ''''»»"as Meadows for the nwj see 24 twp 32 n r - w i> M. lie niunes tlio following witnesses t* prove iiis continuous ie-iileuoe upou uml cultivation Ot. I i.l lami, William H. Payne, William R. Dixon, Stonewall J. t'ruig, Albert L. Thorne, all of Mason, Idaho. C. M. 1>AV. 7 Register. ? NOTICE FOR PRE F MPT ION PROOF. GEORGE SIGLER—Pre- I>. S. No 3905 To Charles Conrad anti all others. Land Office at Lewiston. Idaho, October 13. 18'. HI. oticc is hereby given that the following ' t( named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that, said proof will be made before IT. 8. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 27. 1M90, viz: George Siglar for the lot 4 set swt scc 30 and lot 1, 2 sec 31 twp 32 n r I w 11 M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Harry Payne, Michael Steger, Albert L. Thorne* Jules Dravigucz, 11 ot Mason, Idaho. O.M. DAY, 3 Register. NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. a if GEORGE \Y. ANDERSON-Pre. I) S No 4258 Land OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, November I, 1890. N 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will bo made before U. S Land Office at Lewiston. Idaho, on December 13* 1890, viz: George W. Anderson for the sw^ ne *4 w^ ?e l 4 se se U sec 33 twp 33 n r 3 w B M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon und cultivation of. said laud, viz: Irving L. Palmer, John M. Kincaid, Ben jüinin F, Birch, Daniel Slavtn, all of Mason, Idaho. C. M. DAY, 6 Register. NOTICE FOR PKE EMPTION PROOF. STONEWALL J CR AIG-Pre. D. S. No 3020 Land Office at Lewiston, Unho. October 13. 189« N otice is hereby given that the following mitred settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before U S. Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 27 1*90, viz: Stonewall J. ''raig for the lot 1 sec 1 lots 2, 3 and t»w!i uw '4 sec 12 twp 32 n r 2 w B M. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upun and cultivation of, said land, viz: Albeit L. Thorne, Emulous C Chapman, William K. Gibbs, Frank T. Stephens, all of Mason, Idaho. C. M. DAY, 3 Register. Alias Summons ' State of Idaho, j fSS. Cou n t y of Nez Perce. J In the Probate Court of Nez Perco County. The First National hank, of Le vision, Idaho, a corpnrtb n. Plaintiff, vs. John iiolway and George Jones, Defendants. T«» John Iiolway and George Jones, In the name of the pe >p!e of the United States in the State of Idaho. You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Probate Cmrtoftbe aunty of Nez Perce, at Lewiston, in the State of Idaho, the complaint of the First National Bank, of Lewiston, Idaho, demand ing of you the sum of Two Huudred and Fifty-eight dollars with interest thereon at the rate of one and one half per cent per month and $20 as attorney fees, D get her with costs ot this uction upon the following causes of action, to-wit: One certain promissory note hearing date of August 11, 1890, exe cuted and delivered for value by you tn the First National Bank of Lewiston for the sum ot $250 hearing interest at one and one half per cent per month from ante until paid, falling due two months alter its date without grace, providing for an a*t»*rney tee of $20.00; past due and entirely unpaid, payable in gold coin of the United States, and you are also notified that unless you appear and answer to said complaint on Friday the 2nd «lay of January, 1891, at It)o'clock in the forenoon, the plaintiff will take a default and judgement against you in the sum of $278*75 and costs GIVEN under my hand and the seal of the Probate Court of Nez Perce County, fL S] State of Idaho, this 22nd day ef October» A. D., 1890. W. M. RICE. Clerk. E. 0. O'Neill, Attorney for Plaintiff. 4 Notice of Foreclosure Sale. The First National Bunk of Lewiston, Idaho, a corporation, vs W. A. Smith and Mary W Smith. Order of Sale and Deere« of Foreclosure end Sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreolnsure and aale, issued out of the District Uourt ot the First Judicial District in and for the county of Nex Perce, and State of Idaho, on the 9th day of Ootoher, A. D., 1890. in the above entitled action, wherain The First National Bank of Lewiston. Idaho, a corporation, the above named plaintiff, ob tained a judpemnt and decree of foreclosure and rule against W. A. Smith and Mary W. Smith, defendants, on the 9th day of October, A. I*., 1890. for the sum of One Thousand Four Hundred and Sixty-three ($1.4fi3i Dollars, in Uniled States gold coin besides interest, core and cunsel fees. Twenty-one Dollars [$21-00], wbieh said dec'«« was, on the9th day of Oetobrr, A. I*., 1890, recorded in judgment bo k D at page 170. I am com mended to sell .ill the certain lot, piece or par cels of land, situated, lying and being in the »id county of Nea Parse, State of Idaho, and bounded and described aa follows: Lot Six and the eouth half of the southeast quarter cf Section Twenty five Township Tbirtv-six North Range Five W B M and Lot three of Section Thirty < ownehip Thirty six North Range Four W B M. containing One Hundred and Fifty-one and 80 100 acres, sit. uated in Net Pare* County. Idaho. Publie notice ia ereby given that on Thnra day, the 20th day of November, A. P.. 1890 at - ne o'clock P. M of that day. in front of thw eonrt house door of the county o< Nea Peroe, I will, in obedience toned order nf aale and deerae nf foroel"aure and sale, sell the ahnre described property or so much thereof as may be neaaeaary to (*ti(fy seid judgment with interact and eoete. eta., to the highest end best bidder, for go'dooin, of the United Hate*. Dated October 23rd, 1890 1,. STANNUS, Sheriff. Alias Summons. of State of Idaho, ) County of Nez lVree. t ss * In the Pr »bate Court of Nez Perce County, State ot Idaho. the First National Bank of Lew'ston, Idaho, a corporation. Plaintiff, vs John iiolway, Defendant. 1 o J ahn Hol win : In the name of the r««ople of the United States, in the Mate of Idaho. You are hive* y notified that there is now on tile in office of the Probate Court of the county of Nez Perce, at Lewiston, in the Hate of Idaho, the complaint of the Fini National Bank of Lewiston, Idaho, demanding of you the sum of One Hundrcl and Forty-three and 25 100 dollars with interest on $118 57 at the rate of one an I one-half per cent per month including $2« ns attorney tees, together with costs of this action upon the following causes of action, to-wit: 1st, One certain joint and several promissory note of date of Oct, 26, 1889, for value, executed and delivered by yi u and one John Iiolway, Jr., to J P. Vollmer A Co. and by them e'.dorsed over and delivered to Plaintiff, the present owner and h «Mer thereof, and falling due on April 26, 189«. on which there is now due $6« prin cipal and interest, and $1(1 att rnev fee 2nd, A certain promissoty note of date of April 24th. 1890, due five months after Hat«*, executed and delivered by you to J. P, Voll mer A Co, and by them endorsed over and de livered to the Plaintiff', the present owner and holder, on which there is due in principal and interest $57*40» and 1« (HI attorney fee. And you are also notified that unless you apt car and answer to sai l complaint on Friday»the second day of January, 1891-at 10 o'clock a m. the plaiutiff will take a de fault and judgement against you in the sum of $143.45 and c >sts. GIVEN under my hand and the seal of the Probate Court of Nez Perce County, [L 8] Hate of Idaho, this 22nd dav of Octohor A D,1890. W M RICE. Clerk, E. O'Neill, Attorney for Plaintiff, 4 NOTICE FOU I'HE EMPTION PROOF N ALBERT L. THORNE^—Pro. I). S. No. 3090 Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, October 13, 1890. otien is hereby given that the following name«! settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in supp«»rt ni his claim, and t h .» t said proof will he tna«le before U. 8. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 27. 1890, viz: Albert !,. Thorne for the s^ nwj ne$ swj swl nel sec 14 Twp 32 n r 2 w B M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of* said land, viz: Sfonewatl J. ('raig, Albert A. Walker, Emulous C. Chapman, William R. Gibbs, all of Mason, Idaho. C. M. DAY. 3 Register, NOTICE k\»R PRE-EMPTION PROOF. JOHN L. FLORIN—Pro D S No 3953. LAND OFFICE A T l.ewiston, Idaho, Oct. 18, 189«. Notice is hereby give.« that the following DHtned settler has filed notice of his in ention to make final proof in supp rt of his claim, and that said proof will be made he fore U. 3. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on December 6, 1890. viz: John L. Florin for the o 1 ^ ne *4 sec 12 und e 1 ^ se \ sec 1 twp 37 n r 3 e M M. Ho names the following witnesses t«y prove his continu ous residence upon and cultiva tion of, .aid land, viz: John Wells. John Depay, CJirDteno Anderson, Blasdell M. Rogers, all of Glen, Idaho, C. M. DAY. 4 Register. ' I ! I XT 1 iV The Best Value ' LEVI STRAUSS & CO'S Celebrated ^opper^J?iVcted V^^*<s> V® OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS Enjoy a National Reputation. j ' of the as None Genuine without Our Trade Mark. BEST SEWING I BEST FINISH 1 PTBT HT1 BEST MATERIALS 1 The only kind made by White Labor. Foe Säle Everywhere 00 YOU WHAT AILS You feel tired—Do you know what it means ? You are ner. tous —Why? You cough in the morning—Do you realize the cause? Y our appetite is poor—What makes it so ? You seem like a changed person to your friends—Do you know what is the matter, or has the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice? ^2 UAIIA You have Consumption ' Mulf J UU i We do not say this to frighten you, but it is true. Tjieee an the sure symptoms of this terrible Hi*M**. There is one thing which will check it and that is DR. A OKER'8 ENGLISH REMEDY. ££ OOffiftOn mgmdm aad ffif Affi W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway. New York. For sale by J. Q. Mosley, Lewiston. Alias Summons. In the District ( <«urt of the First Judicial J Dis.rict of Idaho State, in and for the County of Nez Perco Norman Buck, Pla'ntiff, vs. A. Onnckerbush. j Lotti » P. Qunckcnhush I). M. Osborn \ ; o . J. R Bn»| hy nn«l Julius Van Wort, j Defendants To *. (jiuickenhush. Lottie P. Quachenbu.-h. : D M. Onburn A ('o , J R Brophv aim Julius Van Wort: Tli»« people of the United States in the State : *'f 1 «labo s nd greeting: Y • *u are hereby notified that there is n w on file in the office of the Clerk of the District j Court of th** First Judicial Dis.riet of sai-l ; State, in Le\vist«»n, County of Nez Perce, th»* j complaint of the above named Plaintiff' where- j in Judgment is demanded against you l«»r tin* sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars with interest theren from and after January 1-t. 1886. at the rate of twelve per cent per annum with Twenty-five Dollars attorneys fees, more fully apt ears in the complain* herein filed, being the amount due on a certain mort gage made and executed on the 1st day nt January, 1886. by the Defendants, A. Quack enhush and Lottie P. Qua- kenhusb, to one E. Qiniekcnhush and by sai l K. Quuckenl u?di ' sold and transferred to '«ne W. S. Buck bv an I assignment dated May 29. 1888; suhl mortgage ! Ma- sold and transferred by said W. S. Buck I on th I th day of August. 1890. to Norman I II .o . Plaintiff herein* and that a decree ; is*ue from this court as is customary herein, j And v«»u are also notified that unle>s I ! you appear and answer to said complaint ! within ten days after the service ber«" * t . il I serve I within Nez Perce County, and within twenty days, if served out of said county but ! within said judicial district, and within I forty days if servi d out of said district (exclu- J i«ive of the day of service) the plaintiff will | take a default and ask the Court for Judg j ment agains* you for the said sum of Tw». I Hundred aim Kitty Dollars [$'50) with inter j est and for $ 5.00 attorneys fee«, and such other relic as to the Court may stein just. GIVEN under my bund and the seal f the District Court of the First Judicial [L. 8.J Distr'ct of Idaho 8 ate in and for ! Nez Perco County, this 28th day of October, A. D. 1890* 5 F. H.GniKiisox, Clerk, Bv J. Howard llowo. Deputy. Normnii Buck, Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE FOU PU K EMPTION PROOF. MICHAEL STEUER —Pro. T>. S. No 302#. LA NO OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, October 13. 1890. JOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE I following named settler has filed not ice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before II. S. Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho* on November 2«. 1890, viz* Michael Steger f*»r the lots 3, 4 and sw| see 31 twp 32 n r 1 w B M, lie names the following witnesses to prove Lis continuous residence upon and cultivation of. sai l land, viz: William E. Cooper, J. M. Cooper, C N. Chase, George Sigler, all of Mason, Idaho* C. M DAY, 3 Register. Notice to Creditors. Estate ef Alexander McGregor, deceased. 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