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The Lewiston Teller.
TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY One year in advance Six months.............. Three months..... C. A. FoRKSMAN, Publisher. TEL tpHO.VE rt EnleretJ at the le* iston Posto&c* as Mteoml class mail matt er. fa 50 - 75 Officiai Paper °l Net Perce County Western Finances. Ceioiado, Idano, Montana and Wyoming have made remarkable progress ou the road to wealth dur ing the present republican admin Istration. This is due to several causes, such as the increased de maud by manufacturers ior mineral products now that the policy of protection gives lb? home market to home-made goods Another rea son is that protection to wool has doubled the value of the farmers' clip, and ail of these four states are wool states. Still another reason is the establishment of the gold standard, which gives us stable currency and more settled business conditions. Add to these three main causes the general prosperity of the country, which has created a better demand for farm products, and the reasons have been assigned for the great increase in the bank deposits of those States, as shown by the following table: WESTERN BANK DEPOSITS STATK. 1894. Colorado .........>9.379.733 I<Uho............... 904,412 Montana.......... 4,063.4.^6 Wyoming......... 1,252,636 Total ......>15,600,217 >33.330.777 Within five years there has beeu an increase of more than too per ceut in the total bank deposits of these four states. Who will say that the west is not prospering un der republican administration ? A continuation of prosperity is what is wanted in the west, and this can he assured bv voting the straight republican ticket. And conditions in these states only exemplify those iu every sec tion. The Climax of Injunction. The democrats have generally made a pretense of friendship for the cause of the laboring man In Idaho where the most extra ordinary example ot oppression is an issue the democrats stand even for official anarchy in their z.eal to oppress the laboring man. The worst form of "government by in junction'' has been exceeded in Idaho; and even the permit system is justified by a class of democrats in this state. Tfe bugaboo of "injunction" is dwarfed to insignificance by the perpetual suspension of the writ of habeas corpus ln the Coeur d Alenes and which gave birth to the permit system. There never been an injunction half as sweep ing ln the United States before as this permit injunction against the right of man to earn bread by work. It is an injunction against the fundamental principles of per sonal liberty, against holy writ— the sacred right to labor for bread This is the climax of injunction. There are more classes in a fusion po'itical organization than in negro boarding house. In Wash ington State, where fusion is above any party tenet, F. W. D. Mays, a leader of a faction that held the balance of power four years ago, is publicly denounced as a disgrace to the fusion party because he rants on occasion something like Jerry Simpson of Kansas. F. W. D. Mays was recently appointed a regent of the Pullman Agricultural College by Governor Rogers. A howl went up and a hatful of resolutions were written in a moment of excitement. Alphabet Mayo holds on and flaunts his commission in the face of the upper-ten class of the fusion party. No resignations, however, have floated at the feet of the gov ernor. Mays' taunts even make the old regents renew their grasp on the ready-written resignations. Public duty has coine to the relief of the distressed iu their calmer moments. Roystering populists are out of caste everywhere except iu case of emergency where votes are at a premium. '899. >20,058,377 1,358,668 3*i 5«, '909 The reservation homesteaders have cause for general thanksgvv ing at this time. The fovereinent h as given each a thee botnt and the boacteous rains insure the grandest crops ever grown tn any acv country. Gad will and pros perity always make repub.lean '»*rs- IVtnocracv. populism and fusion nerer have Éouiisbed w here and whea ihe prosper ous and happy. The democratic ranks bave always been recruited irom the victims of disaster. There is no occasion for a man to kick bimse!: out of Essy street into the political p th that leads to the bar ren plains of bald times or down the back alley where the people feed upon the crusts of disaster. Idaho's bank deposits amounted to^ 4 4 mniS W , Last year they were $1358.668. showing an in crease of $454,256 in five years. A better demand for lead and pro »«'ion to woo! were the mam fac tors ln bringing about this pros perity. Idaho has no desire to re turn to democratic policies. ^ he followers of Steunenberg sa T ent ^ justifies the means, •' hie principle of anarchy in j olle sen t ence There is no place ^ le s vstem of government for a I s ^ a ^ u t° r y or constitutional law if tbis Principle is recognized in offi ! dsl ° r P ri _ Vate Hfe Steunenbergcrs cry law and order and then try to justify the permit j system. What law does Governor Steunenberg invoke? Like the common anarchist, he just says the end justifies the means and puts aside all law. Talk about a party of expe diency ! The national democratic platform condemns injunctions, while the Idaho democrats indorse the principle of permits to earn a living by labor. The most striking example at hand of the tail trying to wag the dog is the effort of the Tribune to control the Nez. Perce comity de mocracy. The bible says man shall labor for his bread. In Idaho, however, he must have a permit from Stetin etiberg. Chips and Whetstones. The republican"who pinned his faith to the beautiful idea of a non partisan city ticket is likely to ex claim as be views the caucus nom inations lot couticiimen: "If this is your idea of a towel give me a table cloth." ~ t The club that is to beat the dem ocratic party this fall is growing upon its own thoru bush. It was grafted from the governor's infam ous permit syst m. t The man who shot a.tid killed his horse iu the street of Lewiston after a twelve miles' chase is prob ably a Steunenberg democrat, he believes that extreme cases demand heroic r medies. t The "Fat Boy" cigar is not a popular brand with local demo crats, but if Steunenberg wins out iu the convention of June 5 the dealers can probably dispose of their stock. t Visions ot white aproned society belles gathered about Prof. Becker, note book in baud, is suggestive of the idea that a June wedding some times follows a May cooking school. Republicans should strive to be more popular and less partisau if they hope to have representation in a non partisau city council. I One of the evils oi non-partisan politics is the organization of a co terie of small officeholders who who hold together under the motto, ' You scratch my back and I'll sciatch vours." t Politics without the kicker would be as insipid as beer without the foam and champagne without the pop and sparkle—Kicking is a harmless amusement. It is a safety valve tor a surcharged feeling or of to of as wants and can't $et In Vit« cd the coming baseball disordered Tver It is "peaches *r»d cream to the man who w:ns. tor it is human nature to value that Mal ths,: Hm Mbtt St n g an -,e etween Lewiston ard Mo« cow June to the rooters might fin» this useful *-i want t j, e permits back" sang Bartlett, after he learner! of the ac t j oll a f , he lecen , democratic œuaty convention in Shoshone county t I.e-miMv'« Lew Mot Kah' Kah Rah' Giving to Mivsco* Thi ha.' h*' ha' haven't The bam! that engage«! for the state democratic convention has been heard practicing the favorites: .. There „ ^ a hot tinle illtheoU1 lorn tonight** "If you any pe rmit> ' vou nee(]n > t conle around> .. .. rn make that Fat Bl)y : day,"' On the banks of the IVn neu j- ^ awav 1 ANTICIPATION OF JUNE 5. One held a handful of red, red hair. One held a lock of brown, Rioting democrats cluttered the air Just as the "Gov." went down. KKNTPCK FERRY. The Kentuek ferry is back at its old place, at the tnouth of Hatwai on Clear water. M. L. Goldsmith Co. NOTICE EUR, PUBLICATION. 1 Lew: [COMMCTF.D. £ Department »( the Interior, t.an2 Oftici ton, IJaho. Mav 2&. 19ft). aNotice is hereby jiven that the following-named settler hassled notice of his intention to nuke final proof In support of his claim. anJ that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis ton. Idaho. OR July 190U. vu bun Warren, for lhe SE % sec 7. tp 34 N. K 2 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation t f said land, via /aJa Ulaytor, Henry Parker. Peter Mar tin. David Poisson, all of Nez Perce. Idaho. 72 J. B. WfcST, Register. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. Idaho. May 26. 1 'XjU. Notice is hereby given «hat the following nameJ settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that saiJ proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis ton. Idaho, on July IU, I9UU. viz : John Johnson, for the lots I3v 14. IS. lb. Sec. 31, Tp. 33 N. R 2 W. B M. Me names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation ot saiJ land viz. William Slavin. William Wilsonf William Thompson. Nathaniel Nye. all of Forest, Idaho. 72 J. B. WfcST, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—COMMUTEliT Department of the Interior, LanJ Office at Lewis ton. Idaho, May 1. 19ft). Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be trade before Register and receiver at Lewis ton. Idaho, on June 12. 1900, viz. Marshall W. Wit ter. for the sw qr sec. 31. tp. 34 n, r 2 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation «if said land, viz: Thomas Muckier. John Reese, Charles W. Butith, Edgar Booth, all of Nezperce, Idaho. „ 1 B. WEST. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Commuted. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis ton. Id^ho, May 24, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following nameJ settler has tiled notice of his intention to make hr. proof In support of his claim, and that said pro. will be maJe before Register and Receiver at Lewi* ton, Idaho, on July '9, 1900. viz. Jacob Wurman for the ne % se H Sec. 1. Tp. 36 N.. R. 3 W , B. M He names the following witnesses to prove hi continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Jacob K. Messenger. Dudley C. Tribble George Glasby, EJward Merkey. all of Myrtle.Idaho 71 J B. Wi:st. Register. x NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Annie Moses, deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters of administra tion on the estai« ot Annie Moses, deceased, granted lo the undersigned on the 2nd Jav of April, 1900 by the probate court of Nez Perce county. Idaho All persons having claims against said estate art required to exhibit them to me tor allowance, ai the office of the clerk of the probate court at Lewi*«m Idaho, within four months after the dale of the first publication of this notice, or thev shall be forever barred. This 2nd day of Apt il. 19ft> 54 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Mary Moses, deceased. Notice is herein given that letters of administra tion on the estate ot Mary Moses, Jeceased, wer« granted to the undersIgneJ on the 2J Jay of April left), by the probate court of Nez Perce county,Idaho! All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance at the office of the clerk of the probate court, at Lewiston, Idaho, within four months after the late of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred This 2d day of April, 1900. J. Howard Howe. 1 A.lm iiv-t rut. ESTRAY NOTICE Came upon my ranch situated nbout three miles above Lewiston. IJaho. on east side of Snake river on or about April 1. 19U0. the following described B roperty viz: One chestnut sorrel mare branded L A • on left hip, right hini foot white, and traces of harness aloftg sides, shod yn front feet. One chest nut sorrel horse bran Jed C on left shoulder, harness marks along sides and in mane. One black horse branded H on right shoulder. ?hows sadJIe gall on one side. One yellow dun horse. branJed C on right hip. One bay horse, branded 55 on left shoul der. T he reason this notice was not given sooner is that the taker up supposed saiJ sunk was brought upon said premises by the parties who had said ranch rented, but said parties now disclaim anv own ership in saiJ property whatever. The owner or tinn ers of said property are hereby notified t,. prove said property, pay all legal charges and take said ani naais away, otherwise said pn»p«rty will be Jistosed of accord.™ to the law governing estravs. Dated at Lewiston. Idaho, April 24. 1900. SUMMONS. In lh. District Court ol th. S^conJ JuJicUl District State of Idaho, in and for Nez Perce countv. Min erva Jane Livingston, plaintiff, vs. Charles Ed ward Livingston, defendant. The state of IJaho senJs greeting to Charles Edward Livingston. ' — hereby summoned and required to arpear You j n an action brought against you by said plaintiff. the said district court, and to answer the complaint of the above nameJ plaintiff, filed therein, within ten Jays (exclusive of the Jay of service) after the ser vice on you of this summons, if served within this county; or if served out of this countv. but within this judicial district, within twenty davs; or. if served elsewhere, within forty days. This action is brought to Jissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between plaintiff and defendant and for the care and custody of their tnintw child. And you are hereby notified that if you tall u> appear and answer said complaint as above required the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the retief demanded in said complaint. Attest my hand and the seal of the district court of the Second judicial district, state «4 [Seal] Idaho, in and for Nez Perce county, this 2t'th day of January, 19ft). P. E. STOOKEY. Clerk. By J. Howard Howt:. Deputy. Lulver, Halsey tk Johnson, Attorneys for plaintiff NOTICE TO CREDITORS. x t suit of Ell W Hell. Jec.arfj. \ dive ;n hereby given that letters of administra- . ist-. ,n the estate of Eli W Bell, deceased, were anted to the unders gned on the 7th Jay of April, i : .or court Of Nez Berce COOUty. v n'lvin* having claims against said estate are te ■_ red to exhibit them to me for allowance, at my .Jeo e r. Lewiston. Idaho, within four months] 1-0 •• t date of the first publication of this notice, ; the\ '■ ah be forever barred This 7th Jay of April. UM». Adir NOTICK TO UR EDITORS. iittcl Thomas Wilson, deceased r s hereby given that In'ers of administra the estate of Thomas Wilson, deceased, l granieJ to the unJersigned on tfie Milt Ja> 01 1 bx the Probate Court of Nei Here* nv. Idaho. persons tuvng claims against saiJ estate art for alio »t C I Mtanahan. NpalJing. Idaho, will •otThs after the date ot the first publication >t .e. or they shall be forever barreJ. ■ tth Ja\ of April. 19ft*. her Kesiah X Samuel. mark Administratrix CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Oftue, Lewiston. Idaho. April 14. 19ft). A suthoent contest atnJavit having oeen filed in th*s offne by John K Shuss. contestant, against James B Hungers, entry No. c>*>)o. made Dec. 2nd. it«-«, for nç anJ nS section 2S. township *4 n range 4 W M M bv James B. Rogers, con teste«, in which it is alleged that said Jamts B. Hvslgers has whollx abandoned said land and been tr, * m1 I anJ has Rot ; jw . saiJ parties spend and utter ■ 10 oc and rt t the Ur than six months last ivated said lanJ as requireJ by hereby notiheJ to appear, re nte touching said allegation at Ma. 28. 19ft), before the register ed States land office in Lew be made, it is hereby ordered and directed thut h notice be given by due ahJ proper Dublicatum Chaules H. Gakby. Receiver. 1 ler 4 U *■"'.'s*!'" r' rs,,njl servlc ' "* ,h ' s nollc Dk. J. F. ATKINSON. I DENTIST. First class work at reasonable prices. J)R. C. \V. SHAKE. Surgeon * Ottti-e Rimtn*, Vollmer Huililiiig. Hours—Kye, Ear ami Throat, lo tu 1^ m. All other oaMs, I to 3 p. ill. J.J. RANDALL, Dentist. Office in huililing formerly occupied hy Attorney J. W. Keid. E U- BROWN, M. 1). V. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office Mam St., opposite Teller of fice Special attention given to the Kye, Ear, No>e and Throat, ami chronic diseases. L. F. INMAN, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician Surgeon and Specialist. Chronic and nervous diseases of both women and men. Electricity used in all of its forms as medicine. Office two doors east of the Bee Hive. C'un -ultation free. JAMEfc! E. BABB, Attorney at Law. Lewiston National Rank Building Lewiston Ivlaho. Practices hi State and Federal Courts ol Washington and Idaho, and owns complete Abstract Books of Nez Perce Co McFarland & mcfarland, Attorneys at - Law, Lewiston, Idaho. Will practice iu all Courts. UEOKUE W. TANNAHILL, Attorney at Law. Probate matters amt seulement of estates carefully attended to. Offi,*. iu Adams Block. THOMAH MULl.EN, Attorney at Law. Legal business of all kinds given prompt attention. Lewiston National Back building, next door to U. H. Land Office E. O'NEILL, Attorney at Law and No tary Public. Atl business carefully attracted to. Will prac tice in all courts of Washington and Idaho. Of fice on Main street, I.ewirdoti opposite Bunnell's Daniel Needham, Ray D. Walker Late of Wisconsin liar. NREDHAM & WALKER. Attorneys at Law, Lewiston, Idaho Will practice in all state and federal courts. Office, room 2, Lewiston Na tional bank building. Elmer E. Halsey, Late Receiver U. S Land Office. Marquette Mch. C'ULVErt, HALSEY 4 JOHNSON, Attorneys and Counselors. Office in Adams Block. Lewiston, Idaho. I . S. Land office and IVpartment practice. Title litigation and t'robate .....«tale and Federal Courts. ERNEST MCCULLOUGH, CIVIL ENGINEER, Deputy Mineral Surveyor Main Street. Cable -H ItWISION Cod. M.Neil . —3 n W F. Kette IT Do ® h x s Lüfirif« NTmwa. Corner ot Fourth and Main Streets. ' LEWISTON............ ■bAMO. Ol R6CTORS. C. C. Bunnell, W. F. Ketten bach,111 fTjS J i» ä"u, IS Ä R3 K D M ffi Grace Kettenlmch ITalHIn. ||| S&USINIC$ * Sight exchange sold ou the principal Cities of the United e, and Kurope. Mates, Thi ■s H^TSOMâL Or LEWISTON, ID/ 1 H 2 . < ^ r ' i Capital and Surplus stronge8tBankinIdAho SI6O 9 Q00 jQ Fire proof vault lor the use of customers for safe keeping or valuables Bur.l.r ..., , protected by Sargent St Creeiileal time lock. Correspondent« in all the princitMl citie.7!r 1 h W Buy anil sell exchauxe. K 1 ol *ne w I FOUND An Appetite..... ,THE loser can be put into possession of his property by calling at tlie...... ___W-S RESTAURANT The Boss Meat Market. S. J. Fisher, Prop'r (Successors to Dowd, Shaw A Co.) Fresh Meats. Sausage. Cured Meats. Lard. Poultry. Game. Nothing but the Very Best Kept on Hand. Adams Building, Main Street. Fish. Oysters. Ktc. Etc. I REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE : Fruit and Vegetable Lands iu 5-acre lots or less two tuiles from town. Also the best Fruit and Vegetable Ranch in this valley To Rent to the right party, containing 12 acres, full improved. 2 lots in city, Main street. G. A. MANNING. Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable. (Martin Collin's Old Htand) Lewiston, Idaho. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17. j M. Donzac & Co. j < > j Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ] frv WW VV W W W VW'WV W w vw TEL. 117 Lewiston Meat Market, FISCHER-THOMPSON COMPANY, Props. Dealers. in. All. Kinds. of. Meats. POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON. Highest price paid for live stock. Courteous treatment Prompt de ,ivery. Ketteubach building, Lewiston, Idaho. ...... Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. | Ï 8. Wildenthaler, Prop. f Fre»h bread every day, our own special delivery. Main Street. Choice (rocerles, sals, csndlet. *f* pastry sad trails. Telephone No. 28 . 4. tttttttttt tft f tttttttftttt