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Jno. P. Vollmer, President.
A. W. Krouttnger, Jr., Cashier. John H. Evans, Vice President. E. W. Eaves, Assistent Cashier. 5lpe - pir$t -'ffatiopal - Bai^, OP LEWISTON IDAHO. CqU aM Sofie, • • - ......o...... DIRECTORS: D. M. White, 8. C. Thompson, J. H. Evans, J. M. Fix, Jno.P. Vollmer. ......o...... Fire proof vault for use of customers for safe keeping of valuables. Burglar proof steel safe, protected by Sargent A Oreenleaf time lock. Correspondents in •lithe principal cities of the United States. Buy and sell exchange. Interest allowed on time deposits. C. C. BunnelL Pres. J. Alexander, Vice Pres. F. W. Kettenbasb, Cashier. -THE Lewiston National Bank, Corner ot Second and Main Street!. Idaho. Lewiston, - .....o...... DIRECTORS: C. C. Bunnell, J. Alexander, J. Q. Moxley, George Glass, Jasper Rand, B. F. Morris, F. W. Kettenbaeh. Transacts a general Banking business. Interest allowed on Time Deposits. Bight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United States and Europe. BAIRD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS OF THE Main Street Livery Stable, LEWISTON, IDAHO. First Class Rigs always on hand Can furnish Driver if desired. Horses boarded by day or week, and at reasonable rates. Wm. Mallory, Manager. J. ALEXANDER Si l M! With a Leading Fall Stock of Merchandise. Our Stock is Large, Our Goods Mew, Our (Prices Low. Every de partment full of Mew Movelties. (Rich in Quality and Style, and more coming on every Steamer. Thanking you for psst patrons««, and soliciting a continuance of the seme, I Remain Very Respectfully, /? J. ALEXANDER. Thla Spann for Cummings Broa. "ad" Next Week. JOHN I. PHILIPI, «»THE MERCHANT TAILOR,► LEWISTON. IDAHO. Bent Fitting Clothes a specialty, made In all the Latest Styles, and Sattsfho tlwn guaranteed of money refunded. Call and see me end be convinced. Mrs. Powers, Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting •A. Speoi<y. Tooted in the Hale ft Cooper Building. MRS. R. BAUX. W. E. TIMBERLAKE ■THE-- RAYMOND HOUSE, Mia. R. Baux 4 Co., Proprietors. ' Ijwlstp n, Idah o. Centrally located, has all tbs ** t^ eafiafertof gnsris, and to kept as a strictly first ***** "***■ Headquarters for ell Stags and Express lines running to Lewiston. Ni TICK FOX PRE-EMPTION PROOF. DANIEL 8LAVBN8, Pre D. 8. »968 Land OBm nt Lowiemn, Idaho. October 14. 1891 N otion ia hereby given that the ibllowlns nett'ed eettler baa ■led notice of hia in tention to make final proof in aupport of bia claim, and that aaid proof will be made before U S. Land Ofllee, at Lowiaton, Idaho, on November 28, 1891. via: Daniel Slovene, for the ivlt aec 32. twp 32. n r 2. W. B. M. He namea the following witnnaaea to prove hia enntinuoaa reaidenoe upon and onltivation f. raid land, via: Prank Brown, Andrew J. Bilyen, Myron A. Crippen, Thomaa Moriarty.all of Maaon. Idaho C. M. DAY. 4 Regietar. Ordor of Solo ond Decree of Forooloinro nod Solo. Korm.n Bock vi A. Qoaokenburh, Lottio P. Qoaekonburb, ond 1*. M Orburn A Co., J. R. Propby ond Jnlial Van Wort. Under and by virtua of an ordar of aala and doom of forooloinro and eala, issued out of the Diatriot court, of the Second Judicial Diatrict in and fur the county of Nei Perce, end State of Idaho, on tha 1th day of November. A. D . 1891. in the above entitled notion, ubeiain Norman Buck. t'"e above named plaintiff, ob taicad a Judgment and decree of forooloinro ond aalo againat A. Quackenbueb, Lottia P. Qnaekenbuah, defondanta, on tho 6th day of November. A. D.. 1891, for the aum of four hundred and twenty.eight and 40 1<>0 dollar*, iu United State! gold eoin, beeide* inter«Jt, mat* and oouaael fane which aaid deoree waa on the 5:h day of November. A. D., 1891. rooorded in bo< k of deoreea of fnreoloanre and aalo. of aaid court, at page 12. I am eommaud cd to aoll ail lb* certain lot, pieoe or puroola of land, aituatod. lying and being in oity of Lawiaton, eonnty of Not Peree. atate of Idaho and bounded and deaoribed aa followi, to wit: Lot four (4). block forty four (44], of the city ot Lowiaton aa ahown by tha olfioial plat of laid oity. sow os fil* in the Anditor'a office, of aaid Nei Paroa eonnty, atat* of Idaho, acid lot four [4J attending on North street one hundred feet ft 00] feet, thenoe northerly (Vom the north bonndry lino of void street between parallel aide linaa one hundred foot .part ond perpendicular to aaid itreet, to the brow of the laill, tha wait boundary line of aaid line 245 feat, and the east boundary lino thereof ia 232 0 foot long. Publie notioe ia hereby given that on Mon day, th* 30th day of November. A. D. 1891, at 11 o'elrek a. in , of that day, in front ol th* court houao door, of tho county of Nei Perea. I will, in obedieoe* to an order of aalo and de oree of fnreeloeuie and ea'e. aoll the above da aeribed property or ao much thereof as may ba naoaaaary toaatiafy aaid judgment, with in tarait and ooats ate., to th* highoat and hart bidder, for gold coin of the United States. Dated this 9th day of November, 1891. 7 J. M. Basin, Sheriff. Notice of Foreclosure Sals. Mortgage Summons. Ia tha Diitriot Coart of th* Second Jo Jieial District, of tha State of Idaho, Noi Poroe ouaaty. Th* Now Bagtaad Mortgage Security eom paay, a corporation, plain iff, va William II. Heribnor. William P.Soribner. Heater A Scrib ner, F. W Duatoa, aad Pater M. Devi«, Re oaivar of tha eelate af H. K. Baroett, defend ante. Tu William H Beriboor, William P. Seribner Heater A. Soriboer, F. W. Duotoo, aad P. M Davia, receiver of th* oatata of H. K. Baraett. defeadaota. Ia tha aama of th* Poopl* of th* Stata of Idaho. Yoa an hereby required to appear ia aa aetioo broaght agaioat yoa by tha above aamed plaiotiff, ia tha Dirtriot ooort of th* Haoood Judicial Diatiot of tha State of Idaho, ia aad lor the county of Nei Pare*, aad to aa ■gor th* » mploiat filed therein within ton dav* (ezoluair* of th* day of eorvieo) a'tor th* aorrio* on you of thia aummuni—if «erred within this count-; or, if oorrad oat of thia oounty, but in thU dutriet, within twanty day«; othorwiia within forty day«—or judg ment by default will b* taken againat you. ac cording to th* prayer of aaid complaint. Tha aaid aetion ia brought to obtain a door** of thi* oourt, for the forooloinro of a eortain mortgage doaoribod in th* «aid complaint, and ozoeutod by tha laid William H Soribnor, William P. Soribnor, Holter R. Soribnor on th* 16th day of Deeember A. D. 1888, to oar* th* payment of a eortain promiaory note for 91108. with latoreat thereon at tho rat* of •ight par oont per annum from January lit, 1889, and intareat on 988. from Jaaaary lit, 1890. at the rata of 16 par cant per annnm; and intareat on 984-83 from Daeembor 16, 1890. at tha rat* of 15 par oont per annnm; and intareat oa »62.80 from Sept. 16.1891, at tha rata of 16 per oont per annum, and foreoat of «ait, and for 9119 attorney« foot; that ao part thereof haa boon paid, wbarafora tha plaintiff demanda judgment ia aaid amoanta; aad that tha premia*! conroyod by laid mort gage may b* aold, and th* promadi applied to tha payment of aaid nota, intareat. eoata and attorney* faa* aa more fully act forth in «aid oomplaint, aad in oaa* aaah prooaeda era not aaflleiint to pay the lame, then to obtain aa azaeatioa againat aaid William H. Soribnor. William P. Soribnor aad Heater A Soribnor, for th* balane* remaining du*, aad alao that tha aaid defendant* and all paraons elalmlni by, through or under thorn may b* barred eat forocloaod of all right, titla, alalm. lain, aqnitv of redemption, and iatereit in and to laid mortgaged promiata, aad for othor and farther roliof. And that yoa or* hereby notified that, if you fait toappeuraad anawor laid oomplaint, aa above required, tha aaid plaintiff will apply to tho Cuurt lor tha relief demanded ia the laid oomplaint. GIVKN ander my hand aad th* real af tha Diatriot Court of th* Second indiciel (L. 8.] Diatriot. of th* State of Idaho, la aad for tha County af Nob Pore* thia 18th day of September. A. D„ 1891. 9 H E- Baaaatv, Clerk. By C. I. Moaraira. Deputy. J. W, Poo, Attorney for Plaiatlff. Administrators Notice. Rata to of Wm. F. Kotteabmeb. doooaaod. Notion ia hereby given, that letton of admin latratior oa tha Batate or Wm. F. Kvtteabaoh, doooaaod, wore granted to th* andaraignad oa tha 23rd day of Oatohar, 1891, by tha Probat* Court of No* Pore* County. Alt paroon* hav ing alaim* againat aaid estate are required to ozhibit them to mo for allowance, at tha Law iatoa National Bank, within tea month* after th* date af thia aotias, or they «ball bo forever barred. Thia, 2Srd day of Oatobor, 1891. F. W Kawa aasen, Adm'r af tha Batata afW. F, Kottonbaob daaaaaad. Administrator's Notioe. Katete of Aloaao La lead, daaaaaad. Notiea ia haraby gives, that tetters of ad miniatration oa tha Estate af Alonzo Loiaad doooaaod. wore granted to tha aadoraigaad oa th* 9th day of Novomhar. 1891, by tbs Pro bate C« art of Naa Pore* oounty. All porooua having claim* againat aaid «state are required to azbibit thorn to m* for allou ons*. at City Can noil room* withia ten month* after tho date of thi* not loo, or thay shall bo farevar barred. ThU 9th day af November, 1891. Ossa. F. Lbuid. Administrator af th# aetata of Aloaao Lolaod moored. g —Union Pacific System offers un equalled facilities to tourists en route to all points east. Vestibuled Sleepers, Diners, Free Chair Cars through to Missouri River and Chicago without change. Dont Read This With each succeeding day comes an increased demand for better service on the railways of our country. Tits Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific railways to the front as usual, have been leading In these lines of improve ment, for some time and running Through Pullman Sleepers between Salt Lake City and St. Louis via Denver. Creditor's Notioe. Batate of Mra Mary Kearney deeeaaed. Notice ia hereby given tbnt letter* of admin iatratiun on tbe eatate of Mra. Mary Kearnov deeoauii, wore granted to the under«: 'ned on th* 19th «lay of November. 1891. by th* Pro bate Court of Net Perre e uuty. All poraona having ciaima againat laid Pa täte are required to ozhibit them 10 me I t al lowance. at George Glare' aturo within ten montbi after the data ol thia notioe. or they aboil be forever barred. Thia 19th day of November. 1891. Wm iau Him. Adminiatrator of the oatata uf Mra. Mary Kearney, deocoaod. 9 Notice of Foreclosure Sale. Order of Sale and Deoree of Foreoloaure and Sals. John Sion y* W. L. Church and Alice M Church. Under and by virtu* of on order of aalo and deort* of forecloeure and aalo, iaauad not of tbe Di-triot Coart of the Seoond Judieial di« triet in and for tha oouoty of Net Perce and •täte of Idaho, t n the 38tb dar of October, A D 189'in the above entitled action, wherein John Siéra tbe above named plaintiff, ob a.iie t n judgment and decree ol foreoloaure and rale againat W L Church and Alice M Cburoh do fondante, on the 28th day of October A D 189 1 for tbe aum of fii8S2 in United Statea gold e in, beaidea intereat, eoat and eounael teee wbieb aaid decree waa on the 28tb day o< t'o tober A D 1891, recorded in book of deoree ot fureoloaure and «ale I of laid curt. at page 10, 1 am oommanded to aell all the certain I t. pieoe ur paroela of land, airuated. lying and being in the county of Nei Perce, are:.« of Idaho and bounded and deaoribed a« followi: Tbe weit half of tho following deaoribed tract of land: loti 3 and 4 and wH of awig eeetion 30 tp 35 n r 4 wait Boise meridian; tbe whole of mid tract contain« on* hundred ond fifty •oven aero«, and the port to be aold ia the vb of laid tract; al«o tbe nwtt of ne it and eH of aeit and aell uf lb* no it aeotion 28 twp .16 n r& W B M. Publie notio* ia hereby given tbnt on Friday the 18th day of December A D 1891, st 1 o'olook p m of that day, in front of the court houao door of tbe oounty of Net Peree. I will in obodienoe to an order of anl* and deoree of foreoloaure and aalo, aell the above doaoribod property or ao muob thereof aa may be necea •ary to sativfy aaid judgment, with intareat ond eoata oet, to the highest and best bidder for gold eoin of tb* United Statea. Dated Novemher 28, 1891. 9 J. M. Bazin Sheriff By B Monnoe Deputy. Notioe of Foreclosure Sale. Ordar of Sal* and Deeres of Forooloinro and Sola. M t Ward vs W L Church and Alien M Church. Under and by virtna of a n order of aalo and daorno ot foreeloaoro and aala, iaaua I ont ot th* Diatriot court or the Seo»nd Judieial Die triet, in and fur tbe county of Net Peree, and State of Idaho, on the 28th day of Ootober, A. D 1891. in tha above entitled «etinn, wherein M F Ward tba above named plaintiff obtained a judgment and door«« ol foraoloiuro and aalo againat W L Church and Aiioa M Church do fendant«, on tbe 28tb day of October, A D 1891, for tbe aum of 91486 in United Stelae gold ooin, beeid e intereat, eoata and eounael frei, whiah laid door*« wna, on the 28th day of Ootobor, A D 1891, rooorded in book of door«« of fureolo«urc and aale 1 of said court, nt paga 11,1 am eommnndod to «oil nil tho eormtn lot, pieoo ir paroola oi land, litnated, lying sad being in oounty of Nei Pare«, atate of Idaho and bounded and deaoribed aa follow«. Tho •»b of «0)4. and «H ol soi* and of nek of sootion twonty-fiv* in towmbip 88, n range fire west Boire meridian. Publie notioe ia hereby given that on Friday th* 18th day or December, A D 1891, nt 1 o'clock p. m. of that day. in front of tho ooort home door of tha oounty of Nt* Peree, I will, in obsdianoa to an ordor of sal* and door*« of foreclosure and «ate. sell tbs above doaoribod property or «0 mneh thereof as may b* neoaa aary to aatUfy aaid judgment, with intereat aad eoata ate. to th* higboit and bait bidder, lor gold eoin of tho United btatea. Dated November 33,1891. 9 _ _ „ . J« M. Basis, ßhcrifi. By I. Monaco, Deputy. Order of Adjudication of Insolvency. In Tho Diatriot Coart of tho Second Jodi oial Diitriot of tba State Idaho, in and fur Nos Par a County. In tbe moUor of Joseph M. Kokin, an In solvent Debtor. Joseph M. Bakin having Had in this eonrt his petition, schedule* and inventory in inaol vanoy, from whiah it appear« that ba is an in solvent debror. th* aaid Joseph M. Bakin ia haraby declared to bo inaolvanr. Th* Coroner or ho acid oounty of Nos Pore*, th* aaid Jos eph M. Bakin boing now th* dnly «looted, qualified and noting sheriff of laid eonnty of Nei Pares, ia haraby directed to take pouea •ion of nil th* oatata real and peraonal of said Joseph M. Bakin, insolvent debtor, ozoopt •aeh as may bo ly law ezempt from ezfeution, and of nil his deeds, vouohcr«, books of aocount and pnpori, and to keep tho same aafaly until the appointment of an assigne« of his estate. All parsons are forbidden to pay any debts to tb* laid insolvent, or to deliver any prop orty belonging tu tueh insolvent, t« him nr 10 any person, firm, corporation or asaociation, for bis uao; and th* said debt r is hereby for bidden tu transfer any property until the fur tbor ordor of this oourt, ozoent as herein pro vidad. It i* farther ordered that all the creditor« ot tho said debtor bo and appear bofore th* lion. W,G. Pipor. judge of tho said diatriot oourt. ia upon oourt ot the oourt room in Lowiaton in tho aaid eonnty of Nes Poroe ou tha 27th day of November, A D. 1891. at ten o'olook a m. or that day. to prov« their debts and ehoose on* ur more asaigneoi of the estate of laid J ibtor. It is further ordered that this order bo pub Itehod iu tho Lawiaton Tauan, n newspaper of gone aleireulatiun, published in tha said eonnty of Nv* Pore«, as often a* the said paper ia publishad bofore tha «aid day set for the mooting of ereditora. And it is turthar ordered that in thp moan tima. all proceedings against tha insolvent bn atayad. * Dated Oatohar 26th, 1891. W. O. Pisan, Diatriot Judge. A Im« copy of the original. ATT 'f 8T , "7 hand and tb* real of th* r. . . D iî* , î?. C0 « , .C * f lb * '■•«»■4 Jad oi.l [I*. B.J Diatriot uf tha atateuf Id ho. in and ter No* Puren, oounty. aftzod thia 27th day of Oatohar, a. D.. 1891, Babb*»», Clark, Bj J- Howas» H *»«. Deputy Clark. Jab. W. 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