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PrESBVTKBIAN Church— Rev. A. S. Foster, pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 a- I«-, and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school ut 1- m. Church of St. Stanislaus —tCath olic) Rev. J. N. Guidi, pastor. Mass on every SundavatlOa. m., Sunday school at 2 p. m., Vespers at 7 p. in. Church of thk Nativity—.1. D. ICcConkey, rector. Services every Sun day morning ut 11 a. m., Sundav school at 12 in. Sunday evening services at 7:-'i(> M. E. Church —Rev. L. J. Whit comb preaches in the M. E. church of! this city every Sunday at 11 a. in. and at 8 p. in. Sunday school at the church every Sunday at 12 in. All arc invited. • Lewiston Loihie, No. 8, 1. <). O. F. —Regular meeting Tuesday evening. Members of other lodges invited to at tend. \V. B. Palmer, N. U.; Joseph Molloy, It. Sec'y. Clearwater Excamument No. 7, I. O. O. F.—Meets the first and third Thursday of each month at Odd Fel lows Hall, in Glass Block. Lot Wiggin, C. P.; D. 8. Dent, Scribe. Alpha Lodge, No. 1,1), of It., I.O. O. F.—Meet every Friday evening at | Odd Fellows hall'. Visiting members made welcome. Mrs. M. J. Wiggin, N. G. ; Mrs. 8. G. Larson, Hecretary. G. A. It. Post, No. 2—Meets the last Monday evening of each mouth, at th ir hall. All comrades are invited to at tend. J. L. Richard, Post Command er; IL Perrault, Adjutant. Nez Perce Lodge, No. 10, A. F. & A, M.—Regular communications are held at Masonic Hall on the second Sat urday in each month. Sojourning brother* are cordially invited. 1). M. White, W. M.; J. D. McConkcy, 8ec'y. j „ , ,, . Lewiston Chapter, No. 4, R. A. M-Royal Arch Misons meet in ! the Masonic Hall on the fourth 1 Saturday of every month at 8 p. in. 80 journing companions in giwid st Hiding are always welcome. C. 1 .Coburn, 14. P.; J. I). McConkev, Secretary. Rainbow Council, No. 1, O. C. F.— Order of Chosen Friends meets in Ma sonic Hall on the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month. J. I). Mcf 'onkey, Counselor; Mrs. N. W. Breurley, 8ecretary. Excelsior Lodge, No. 27, K. of P.— Meets every Wednesday at Masonic Hall, Lewiston, Idaho, at 8 p. in. So journing members in good standing are invited toattoud. D. 8. Dent, C. C.; J. D. McConkcy, Secretary. Clearwater Lodge No. 11, A. O. U. W.—Meets in the Masonic Hall the first and second Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock, p. m. All visiting brethren idi: in good standing will receive a cordial welcome. C. C. Bunnell, M. W.; W. AV. Brown. Recorder. City Council. —Meets ilrst Monday evening of each mouth at 8 o'clock. 1). M. White, Mayor; J. M. Howe, Clerk. Board of Trade. —Meets every sec ond and fourtli Monday evenings ot each month, at city council room, at 7:40. N. W. Breurley, Pres.; J. M. Howe, Secretary. Commissioners Proceedings. [Continued from last week.] January Hi, 1891. Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Bids of applicants for the position of Countv Physician examined. The bid of J. Lee Kelly being the lowest was approved, the price being $290.00 per annum, including medicine and all appliances, anil the clerk is ordered to notify him of same In writing. Oil recommendation of G. W. AValker, it was ordered that a new road district be formed out of road Districts 4 and 5. Commencing at a point on county line on the middle line of sec tion 20 tp 38 11 r 1 w, thence south on said line to the township line between tp 38 11 r 1 w B M and tp 37 n r 1 w B M, theuce west 5 miles on said line to the middle line of section 33 in tp 38 it r 2 w B M, thence north one mile, theuce west one mile, thence .) mile north to the middle line of section 29 tp 38 n r 2 w B M, thence west to the county line and place of beginning. 8aid road District to be known as No. 0. It is ordered by the board that the boundries of road Disk No. 4 and 5 be as follows: Road Dist. No. 4—Com mencing at the northeast corner of tp 37 11 r 2 w B M, and running west on south line of tp 38 n r 2 w B M, thence 31 miles to the middle line of see 33 tp 38 n r 2 w B M, thence north one mile, thence west one mile, thence north i mile to the middle line of sec. 29 tp 38 n r 2 w B M, thence west to county line, thence on the county line to the reservation line, thence on the reserva tion line to the township line between tp 37 11 r 2 and tp 37 11 r 1 to the point of beginning. Road Dist. No. 5—Com mencing at a point on the county line on tlie middle line of sec 20 tp 38 n r 1 w B M, thence south on said line to the township line between sec 38 nrl and tp 37 11 r 1 w B M, thence west on said line 1) miles to the northeast corner of tp 37 n r 2 w B M, thence on the west line of tp 37 n r 2 w B M, to the line of the Nez Peree Indian reserva tion, theuce east on said line to the county line, thence north on the county line to the northeast corner of the county, thence west on county line to the place of beginning. It is ordered that the amount of the Indebtedness of road Districts 4 and 5 be apportioned and assumed by road Districts 4, 5 and fi as follows: No. No. the be as tor the the of pj st _ 4 Road District No. 4.................. $282.71 " " " 5.................. 225.00 " " " 0.................. 175.00 Petition to np|>oint Louis Oldag overseer of road Dist. No. 6, examined and approved and ordered that said Louis Oldag ho and is hereby appointed overseer of road Dist. No. ti. Petition to appoint Andrew Baker overseer of road Dist. No. 5, examined and approved and it is hereby ordered that he be and is hereby appointed overseer of road Dist. No. 5. • It is ordered that W. P. Edmundson be and is appointed overseer of road | j Allowed on hospital fund. The board proceeded to draw , ,, , , , ! nam ** fl '" u thu P° 11 booksof 1 Perce county to serve as jurois fi .year of 1801. lVnding further business the l>oard , , _ 17 1w.11 adjourned until Januarj 1., 1 .11. January 17, 1801. ; r, ,ard met pursuant to adjournment wit]l ul [ members present, 1 Disordered hy the board that the clerk notify the several mad overseers (appointed hy the board 1 of their ap pointments, viz.: Andrew Baker, road Dist. No. 5. Louis Oldag, road Dist. No. (1. W. P. Edmundson, road Dist. No. 4. The petition of F. Lenter and others to change the boundries ol school Dist. No. 8. Commencing where tlie sec tion line between sections lit und 20 crosses the Potlatch, thence south to southwest corner of section 20, tlience cast 1 mile, thence on the present boundary line of said District, the same cutting oft' sections 20 and 20 from District No. 8 and annexing them to Dist. No. 10. Examined and ap proved. Bill of Josiah Englis for postage stamps, examined and allowed on cur rent expense fund, $.4.00. Bills of Mrs. John 8peek for eure and board of John Forest for $255,00; care and board of Geo. Nash, $70.00; care and hoard of Thomas Elliot, $40.00. 150 Ne 7. r the ( The hoard proceeded to answer a call from Latah county commissioners in the matter of the Kendrick bridge. Upon consultation the board agreed to bear one-half of the expense of build ing said bridge. Pending further business the board adjourned until Jan. 19, 1891. January 19, 1891. Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. In the matter of the D. W. Roby or Wandseheer gulch road, the report of t j le viewers was examined and ap proved as surveyed, and it Is hereby adopted and declared a public highway of Nez Perce county and ordered to be platted and opened to the use of the public. It Is further ordered that deeds for the right of way over which said road passes be obtained from the owners of the land and filed and re corded in the Recorder's ortlce of said county, at the expense of road Dist. No. 6. In the matter of the petition of Fred. Hechtner and others, to erect a bridge across Potlatch creek in road Dist. No. 4 near Juliaetta, it is ordered that the same be and is laid on the table. It is hereby ordered that .the Sheriff be allowed the sum of $75.00 per month as compensation for Deputy Sheriff, whose duties are to act as jailor, jani tor and supervisor of court house grounds, and it is further ordered that the Sheriff lie allowed $1.25 per day for the care, hoard and medical attendance und clothing for each prisoner legally committed. The above contract to hold for one year from January 13, 1891. Pending further business the board adjourned until January 20, 1891. January 20, 1891. Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Bill of Geo. H. Lake allowed on gen eral fund, $1.25. Is is hereby ordered that the Clerk of the Court and Ex-ortlclo Auditor and Recorder lie empowered to appoint one Deputy whose compensation shall be $05.00 per month, for cue quarter, commencing January 13, 1891. The annual report of the County Treasurer and County Auditor of Nez Perce county, examined and approved and ordered published. It is ordered that the following named persons lie appointed Justice, of the Peace for the several precincts ai follows: P. S. Anthony, Goldsmith precinct. 8. Spekker, Potlatch 8. L. Thompson, Lewiston on in a as 55 DO YOU ||||||W You feel tired—Do you know ■ HA I what it means? You are ner. TZg&ZZS&ZS g — • Your appetite is poor—What make« _ __ Ä it so? You seem like a changed A I IS person to your friend*—Do you »■I—^ know what is the matter, or has the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice Ï ■■ s^y , mum You have Conan—ption 1 YOU? We do not say thiato frighten !m!but itis true. These are the sure symptoms of this terrible dise«*. There is one thing which will check ikj «dtteti» _ mm. mm mm n y DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. It Is rattuanended by the beuphy—n. taB-rope end A-srtsa. •* .—la. *e aaftta ftftd St.ee poc n«uu. _ __. w. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, Naw York. For dale by J. Q. Moxlcy, Lewiston. road Dist. N J. A. Lathrop, Waha " G. B. Clark, •• " C. E. Whitcomb, Tammany " It is ordered that the above named persons Ik* notitled and to take outh of office and til a proper bond on or be fore April 1.4, 1891. It is ordered that the safe in the Auditor's office Is- moved into the Assessor's office for the use of the County Treasurer and Tax Collector, and that the desk in the Auditor's office Unrepaired. It is ordered that I). M. White !>e und'is hereby authorized to purchase such stationery and cu-padors and dus ters us the several offices may require for the ensuing quarter and procure suitable keys for court house. Pending further business the board adjourned until January 21, 1891. January 21, 1891. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Members present: John A. Wilkin son und D. M. Weite. Bill of Michael Ring for $45.07 and Will Oswald for $42.70, for labor in 4, were examined but not allowed as they were not verified by the road overseer. Road overseers are allowed $.4.00 per day for each day while employed on the roads in their respective districts. The board agreed to allow H. K. Harnett, Clerk ot the Court, the sum of $50.00 to arrange the old Court papers in order and put the same in the vaults. The offer was rejected. Rills allowed on general fund as follows: D. M. White, County Com. $45.00 J. A. Wilkinson, " " 54.00 G. W. Walker, " " 54.00 E. O'Neill, legal advisor......... 50.00 There being no further business the hoard adjourned until the next regular term in April. Records read and approved. D. M. White, Attest: Chairman H. K. Harnett, Clerk. Summons. In the District Cuurt of the Sec in d Judicinl District ot the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Nez Perce. James A Vernon, Plaintiff, vs A. W. Tippan, d<»ing business under the firm nauio and style of Stone and Wellington, Defendant. To A. W. T ipp*n, Défendai t. The people of the United States in the State i f Idaho send greeting: Y^iu are hereby notified that there is no on file in the officeofthe Clerk of the District Court of the fécond Judicial District of said State, in Lewiston, County of Nez Peree, the complaint of the above named Plaintiff where in Judgment is demanded against you That a certain mortgage hearing «late, 23rd day of August, 1889, xeouted by the i laintiff to you as Stone ami Wellington und recorded in Book 55 of Mortgage» on page 198 ot the Records of Ne» Perce county, be declared hy the Court iuvaliil and he c needed and stricken from the records of said county. That you be de clared to have no lien, right, title, equity or interest in or to the lands described in said mortgage, on the gp-urnl that said mortgage was obtained hy you through fraud and mis repre«entati »n, as more fully appears hy the Plaintiff's complaint to which reference is hereby made. Plaintiff prays for geueral relief. And you nro also notified that unless you appear ami answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if serve! within Nez Perce County, und within twenty days, if served out of said county but within said judicial district, and within forty days if served out of said district (exclu sive *l the day of service) the plaintiff will tak- a default against you and the Plaintiff will ar.piy to the Court for the relie! demanded in his said complaint GIVEN un^er tny hand and the seal of the District Court of th«' Second Judioial [L. S.J Distrct of the »S ate of Idaho(in and for Nez Perce County, this 27th day January, A. D.. 189'* II K Rarmktt, Clerk. E. O'Neil, Attorney for Plaintiff. 18-6 L. L. STRONG, UNDERTAKER, AND EMBALM ER. Lewiston, Idaho. MENCtort l Anunphim of Information and ab-/ Vmnetof the l*wo,«>owlnf How t kOMaln Patent., Cn»ee— ^ NEZ- PERCE • ADDITION -TO-- LEWISTON, I3D A.LLO Nez Perce Addition Is the most beautiful addition t<> Lewiston. Most charming view for resident property in tlie city. A complete system of waterworks will he completed within Ninety days. This is the near est, the cheapest and the liest located addition now on tlie market. Every lot good level land. Wide streets and alleys in every block. Investors of either large or small menus can now acquire lots and blocks at such prices ns willdefy competition. This land lies directly between the land controlcd by the Portland syndicate and the present city. All tlie improvements contemplated by them will add rapidly to property in this addition. Prices for a short time only—Inside lots $100, corners $125. One-third cash, balance on easy payments. E. W. Eaves, Gen. Real Estate Agent. Office at First'Nutionul Bank. The Best Value v ———— LEVI STRAUSS & CO'S e elebratcd popper ^^iVctcd OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS Enjoy a National Reputation. None Genuine without Our Trade Mark. PVST SEWING! PEST FINISH! PEST FIT! 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Lungs or Chest »och as Consumption, Inti um £ at ion of lungs bronchitis, asthma, whooping Cough croup, etc It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, uud trial bottles tree at J Q. Mo xiey's drngstore. Summon«. In the District Couit of the Second Judicinl Dictrict of Iduho, in and for the County of Ner. Per e. llnrid Royalty. Plaintiff, vs. Alcthn J. Royalty Ilefendnnt. To Aiethn J. Royalty, the above named Defendant. The people of the United States in the State of Idaho send greeting: You are hereby no'ified that there is now on file in tlie office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Secnd Judicinl District of said State, in Lewiston, County of Ner. I'erce, the complaint of the ahoroumued Plaintiff wbere ludgment is demanded against you that the bonds of matrimony between yeurself and the ahove-num d Plaintiff be dissolved and that the custody of the minor child ho awarded to the said Plaintiff. And you are also notified that unless eu nppear and answer to said complaint itbin ten days after the service hereoi, if served within Net Peroe County, uno within twenty days, if served out of said county hut itbin said Judicial District, and within irty days if served out of Baid district—exclu sive of the day of service—the plnintilf will ke a default judgment against you and demand the relief prayrd for in complaint. GIVEN under uiy hand and the seul of the District Court of the Second Judicial L S District State of Idaho in and for Nei Perce County, this Kith day of January, A. D., 1W.1 K. II. Grikhsov, Clerk. Iiy J. Howard Iltwr, Deputy Clerk. I HEREBY CERTIFY the foregoing to he ft full, true and correct copy of the original Summons on file in my office, in the above entitled action. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of SE AL the al)nve named Court this 10th day of January. 1891. F. H. GniKRsoa, Clerk. By J. IlnwaNo llown, Deputy Clerk. Iti-tj J. W. Rain, Attorney for Plaintiff notice for pre-emption proof. FRANK LKACHMAN—Pre. D. 8. No. 8547. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiaton, Idaho, I've*inter 81. 1890, N otice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of hi, intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and thnt snid proof will b» made before U. S. Land Office, at I.swiaton, Idaho, on Feb. l;J, 1891, vis: Frank l.earhmaft for the aw see 34 twp 35 n r 5 w B M. He names the following witnesses to prove hia oontinuoua residence upon and cultivation ol, aaid land, vis: [ W. C. Loren. William Kati n. John F Me Kia.ick, Luther Goble, all of Lewistou. Idaho. C. M DAY, 15 Register. It USE BEST THE Fût* Y Priced Descriptive and Illustrated, ANNUAL I he mailed FREE! SEED 1891 For last all applicants, It is better than Garden eery person using FUmer er Field Seeds Address CO FERRY MICH DETROIT in the W. P. BELL, C. E., City and County SURV/EYOf^. Lewiston, Idaho. ......... ■<$ Orders left at my office or at the .Saddler's Hliop will receive prompt attention.