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The Lewiston Teller.
• DAILY AND WEEKLY
C A. Forksman, Publisher.
TELEPHONt 26
Entered at the Lewiston I'ostoffice as
second class mail matter.
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Ollicial Paper of Nez Perce County
National Republican Ticket:
FOR PRESIDENT
WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio
vor VICE-PRESIDENT
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Presidential Electors
GEORGE M PARSONS of Ada,
JUDGE W B HEYBURN of Shoshone
J W ROVVTON of Idaho.
For Congress
jOIIN T MORRISON of Canyon.
For Supreme Court Justice
EDGAR C STEELE of Latah.
For Governor
D W STANDROD of Bannock.
For Lieutenant Governor
A A CRANE of Kootenai.
For Secretary of State
MART M PATRIE of Fremont.
For State Auditor
HARRY J SYMS of Elmore.
For State Treasurer
OIiRGE II RESTER of Nee Perce.
For Attorney General
GEORGE K GRAY of Oneida.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction
MISS JESSIE RILEY, of Blaine.
For Miue Inspector
ROBERT HF.Ï L of Custer.
COUNTY TICKET
For senator—
F. D. IIASBROUCK.
For memliers of legislature—
A. W. LEE
C. W. RICHARDSON.
For sheriff—
FRANK LKACIIMAN.
Fcr assessor—
B. F. BASHOK.
For treasurer—
VIOLA M'CONVILLE.
For protia te judge—
' R. A. LANGFORD.
For attorney—
MILES S. JOHNSON.
For superintendent—
JENNIE M. HARRINGTON.
For surveyor—
EDISON BRIGGS.
For coroner—
L. C. NEAL.
For commissioners—
S. G. ISAMAN, ist dist.
S. S. BROOKS, 2nd dist.
W. A. BLACK, 3rd dist.
Republican Stability.
The comparison in the cam
paign between republican stability
and democratic shiftiness is made
every day more and more apparent
The democratic paramount issue
changes every time the candidate
crosses a new state line. He pur
sues each oue like phantom of
lost hope. Governor Roosevelt
forcibly states the republican posi
tion in the following epigram
which will pursue Mr. Bryan to
the end of the campaign. He
say? : "We are for the gold standard
here, we are for the gold standard
in Denver and in the Rocky mount
ains. Fortunately our issues do
not wear thin anywhere in the
country."
The policies of republicanism are
not a question of geographical dis
tribution. They stand for the
good of the whole country. The
pros|>erity that has come has been
for the whole country. In answer
ing the assertion that Bryan made
that prosperity was due to provi
dence and not the republican party
Roosevelt has given tne people
another epigram that will stick
during the campaign. He said:
'I am perfectly willing to admit
that there was fusion between
providence and the republican
party. The democracy has fused
with about everything else, but It
has never yet managed to make
connections with providence."
In the issues of the campaign
the republicans stand for some
thing definite and certain. Dem
ocracy stands for a hetrogeneous
mass united in a desperate strug
gle for votes. To place Bryan in
power would be to plunge the
country into a season of doubt and
uncertainty. Republicanism has
proven itself and the conservative
people of the nation have decided
to let well enough alone.
Ijewiston extends a hearty wel
come to the visitors who throng its
streets today, drawn here by the
ties of fraternity and by kindly In
terest in the exposition which to
day opvns its gates to the public.
There will be a united effort on
the part of the citizens and the
fair management to make this oc
casion a notable one. To this end
the fair management have spared
no expense and they have the sup
port of the entire body of the citi
zens in desiring to make the fair
week earnest for the future of the
Interstate Fair and Racing Associ
ation. This is the central point of
a great productive country, rich in
the fertility of its soil and the va
riety and abundance of its re
sources. This great section of the
interior has never before had a fit
ting representation of its resources
made to the outside world. The
intersate fair has this object in
view; it has taken up the burden
of being spokesman for the great
country that lies locked in the val
leys of the Snake and Clearwater
rivers and of presenting to the
public an exhibit ol its resources.
It is an occasion for local pride
and an exemplification of local en
terprise. The whole country has
contributed to the exhibit made
and it is the earnest desire of the
fair management and the citizens
of Lewiston to have the whole
country enjoy the results.
to
Bryan's silence In answering
Roosevelt's questions is what
might have been expected. He is
in the enemy's country and his
p easant smile is the thing least
likely to offend the voter he hopes
to win. He is past the point in
the campaign where he can hope
to win by presenting the real issues
he represents. Any answer to the
Roosevelt questions would place
him in the position of assuming a
dt finite stand on the issues. He is
neither for gold nor for silver, for
the consent of the governed or the
success of the nation. He is for
Bryan and must not tread on any
one's corns If he hopes to win.
Lewiston valley is on dress pa
rade this week. The opening day
is auspicious. The quality of our
genial air and sunshine is as much
a matter of local pride as our prize
pigs and prize pumpkins. The
exhibit in the exposition building
is a fair representation of the Lew
iston valley and the Clearwater
country. Pioducts of the field,
garden, orchard and vineyard are
presented in quality and quantity
to give ample proof of the wonder
ful fertility of the soil and the
abundance and variety of the pro
duct.
NOTICE
The Star of Hope Aid Society of the
the Christian Church will conduct a din
ing hall during fair week for the benefit
of the church. They have secured a
good location and should he liberally
patronized.
Ernest McCullough, C. E., states that
he is prepare«! now to take a few students
in mathematics, surveying and mechanic
al drawing. 13J-1
Subscribe for Thr Tki.i.kr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
CommtHuJ HomeMeaJ.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
on, Idaho. October 1, 1900.
Notice U hereby given that the following named
settler has tiled notice of Ins intention to make fii.al
root m support of his claim, and that said pro.it
fill be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis
ton, Idaho, on November 12. 1900, viz Mike I:
Demaris of Myrtle. Idaho, for the sw % ne M of sec
1. tp 36. n r * W H M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
conttnumi*-residency upon and cultivation of said
land, viz. Robert Starv of Myrtle, Idaho; l.dgar
Stary of Myrtle. Idaho, Robert Hammond of Myrtle
Idaho, and Leonard L. Miller ot Mvrtle, Idaho.
J B. Wist. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Estate or Jennie Moses, deceased. Notice is
hereby given, that letters of administration on the
estate of Jennie Moses, deceased, were granted to
e undersigned on the 15ih day of August, 1990, by
e probate court of Nez Perce county.
All persons having claims against said estate are
required to exhibit them to me tor allowance at the
jftice of the probate court in Lewiston, Idaho, within
four months after t!|»e date of this notice, or thc*>
shall be forever barred.
This ISth day uf August, 1900.
J. Howard Howe. Administrator.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States Land
Office, Lewiston. Idiho. July 7, 1900.
A sufficient contest affidavit having oeen filed in
this office by S. J. Lindsay, contestant, against
Abraham L. Battertoti, entry No. 44X6, made April
29th, 18% for 1, 2, 3i », 13,14, IS and 20, Sec. 33, Tp
33, Nr. 2, wbm, by Abraham L. Battteron contestée,
in which it is alleged that said Abraham L. Batterton
has wholly abandoned said land and has been absent
therefrom for more than six months last past and he
has not improved or Cultivated said land or raised
any crops thereon, said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence touching said al
legation at 10 o'clock a. tn. on Oct. 8th, 1900, before
the register and receiver al the United States land
office in Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit,
filed July IX, 1900, set forth facts which show that af
ter due diligence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it is lieteby ordered and directed that
such notice be given by due and proper publication
112 Charles H. Gakby. Receiver
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION."
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho. Oct 12, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has tiled notice ot his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis
ton, Idaho on Nov. 24, 1900, viz: William J. Depar
tee, for wj^ sw}£ sec 3, se% sec 4, tp 32 n r 3, W
B. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation ot said land,
vii. George Ford 01 Lapwai, Idaho, and Theodore
Eidie, Zechariah H. Strand anJ William Frovose, all
of Forest, Idaho.
10-lm J. B. WfcST, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. Land othce at Lewis
ton, Idaho. Sept. 12. 19IIÜ.
Notice is hereby jiven that the following named
settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of Ins claim, and that said proof
will be made before roister and receiver at Lewiston,
Idaho, on October, 20, 1900. viz, John J. Philip!, for
the e l /4, s eJ4 section ill, s w% section 32, town
ship 36, n r 3 w.
Fie names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cvltivation of said land,
viz; William Palmer, Frank Maruska, Edward
Williams George Dooley, ail of Lapwai.
160 J. B. W EST, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Frank Hdmderson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that letters of administra
tion on the estate ot Frank Henderson, deceased
were granted to the undesigned on the 7th day of
August 19ÜÜ, by tht probate court of Nez Perce
county.
All persons having claims against said estate are
required to exhibit them to me for allowance, at my
office in Lewiston, Idaho, within four months after
the dale of the first publication of this notice or they
shall be forever barred.
C. A. Hastings,
Public administrator.
This 7th day of August 1900 131
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United ^tat»*s land of
tice, Lewiston, Idaho, August 22, 1900.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this
office by Mike D. Glover, contestant against the heirs
divisées, administrators and legal representntives of
John P. Gilbert! entryman deceased, entry No. 5310,
made July 28, 1X97. for the swtf, section 14, town
ship 33 nr 1, EBM, by John P. Gilbertz etitymnn
deceased contestée, in which it is alleged that said
entryman in his litetilne did not reside upon the land
nor es tablish his residence thereon as required by
law. The contestant also charges the fact to be
that the heirs, divisées, administrators and legal rep
resentative of the deceased entryman have whollytand
entirely failed and neglected to cultivate and improve
the said tract of land as required by law, from and
since the decease **f the entryman, also alleges that
said land is not settled upon or improved at required
by law in such cases. Said parties are hereby noti
fied to appear, respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation af 10 o'clock a. m. on October 17
1900before the register and receiver of the United
States land office in Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit
Med August 6, 1900, set forth tacts which show that
afterdue diligence personal service of this notice
can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that such notice be given due and proper publication
148 Chas. H. Gakby, Receiver
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Kstate of William E. Pedigo, deeeased.
Notice is hereby given, that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of William h. Pedigo deceased,
were granted to the undersigned on the ISth day of
August, 1900, by the Probate Court of Nez Perce
County.
All persons having claims against said Estate are
required to exhibit thtfm to me for allowance, at my
residence 5J$ miles southeast of Fletcher, Idaho
within four months after the date of the first publica
tion of this notice, or they shall be forever barred
This 18th day of August, 1VHJ0,
Jkptha J. Shockley,
Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act June 3. 1878.
United States Land Office. Lewiston Idaho, Aug
31. 191)0.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1X7X,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States ot California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4. 1892. Richard R Steen
of waha, County of Nez Perce, State of Idaho, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement
No-for the purchase of the e'A swK, wM seV of
Sec. No. 18, in Tp. No. 32 n r 3 W B M, and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land be
fore the Register and Receiver of this office at Lew
iston, Idaho, on Friday, the 16th. day of November
1900. He names as witnesses:
William E. Aytch, of Forrest. Idaho.
William H. Smith, of Forrest, Idaho.
Benjamin F. Aytch of Forest, Idaho.
Herbert E Coburn, of Forest, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to hie their claims in
this office on or before said ltth day of November,
!**>• J. B. WEST. Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior. United States Land
office, Lewiston. Idaho, Sept. 4, 1900.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been tiled in
this office by Marv A. Poitras, contestant, against
Daniel B. Rice entry No. 5550. made Jan. 27, 189N.
for s half se qr sec. 2. ami n half ne qr section It.
township 33. n, range 1 W B M, by Dai.iel B Rice,
conlestee. in which it if alleged that said Dan.el B.
Rice has not resided upon said land tor more than six
months last past and next prior to this date, and has
never cultivated any of said land and has wholly
failed to comply with the homestead law. said parties
are hereby notified to appear, respond and .»fter evi
dence touching said allegation at It) o'clock a. m. on
Oct. 6, 1900. before the register and receiver at the
United States land office hi Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having, in proper affidavit
filed Sept. 5, 19U0, set forth facts which show that af
ter due diligence personal service ot this notice can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that
such notice be given by due and proper publication.
Charles H. Gawky, Receiver.
S. R. Hogin. Attorney for Contestant.
SHARP RAZORS
CLEAN I0WELS
at the
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BARBER
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Bert Garrett
EVERYTHING
TIRS E-CLASS
1 GEO. H. LAKt, j
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ewelcr and
^Optician
Next Door to Post Ooff ice
H. HENLEY
J. W. HENLEY
H
ENLEY BROS. hnc
GROCERS
Ami Commission Merchants,
Cor. First anil Main st., Lewiston, Malic
Dr. J. F. ATKINSON.
DKNTlST.
First class
prices.
work at reasonable
J)R. C. W. SHAFF.
Surgeon.
Office Booms, Vollmer Building.
Hours—Eye, Ear ami Throat, 10 to 12
in. All other cases, I to 3 p. in.
L. F. INMAN, M. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician
Burgeon anil Specialist.
Chronic and nervous diseases of lioth
women and men. Electricity used in
all of its forms as medicine. Office
two doors east of the Bee Hive. Con
sultation free.
R. S. ANDERSON.
Attorney at Law,
LEWISTON, IDAHO
Office over Lewiston National Bank.
JAM£8 E. BABB,
Attorney at Law.
I.ewistou National Bank Building, I.ewislou
Idaho. Practices iu 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 in all Courts.
GEORGE W. TANNAHILL,
Attorney at Law.
Probate matters and settlement of
estates carefully attended to. Office in
Adams Klock.
THOMAS MULLEN,
Attorney at Law.
Legal business
prompt attention
Bank building,
Land Office
of all kinds given
Lewiston National
next door to U. 8.
E. O'NEILL,
Attorney at Law and No
tary Public.
All business carefully attended to. will prac
tice ill all courts of Washington and Idaho. Of
nceon Main street, Lewiston in Dent & Butler
block.
Daniel Needham, Ray D. Walker
Late of Wisconsin Bar.
NEEDHAM & WALKER.
Attorneys at Law,
Lewiston, Idaho
Will practice in all state and federal
courts. Office, room 2, Lewiston Na
tional hank building.
Frederick D. Culver. timer t. Halsey.
Late of the Minnesota Bar. Late Keceiver U.S. Land
„ _ Office, Marquette Mch.
Miles S. Johnson
F ormerly of the Colorado Bar.
CULVER, HALSEY A JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counselors.
Office in Adams Block.
Lewiston, Idaho.
U. 8. Land office and Department
pract ice.
matters.
•pai
Title litigation ami Probate
State and Federal Courts.
ERNEST MCCULLOUGH,
eiVIL ENGINEER
Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Mam Street LEWISTON
Cable "Macsee' Code McNeil
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W F. Ketten bach, PresiH«
J. Alexander, Vice PresiH
Geo. H. Koste, Cashte"
Dl R6CTORS. »
C. U. Bunnell, W. K. Ketteulutrh,]
J. Alexander, It- 0 . Beach,
IL F. Morris, George H. Rester/
Grace Keltenhaeh PfatHin.
Corner öl Fourth and Main Streets.
LEWISTON, * • • ........
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TK/INSAW A GENERAL
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BUSINESS.
Sight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United States
and Kurope.
Thi
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OP LEWISTON, Ib4t1S._
^ ^ Capital and Surplus
Strongest Bank in Idaho
Fire proof vnuU lor the use of customers for safe keeping of valuables,
protected by Salient & CreeuleafUme lock. Correspondents iu all the principal cities of the' woi
Buy and sell exchange.
Burglar proof steel s*
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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALK : Fruit and Vegetable Lands in 5-acre lots or less
two miles from town. Also the I rest Fruit and Vegetable Ranch
in this valley To Rent to the right party, containing 12 acres,
full improved. 2 lots iu city, Mailt street.
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G. A. MANNING.
THE MINT ^
Morrissey & Baker, Proprietors.
Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies and Cigars. A club
room in connection. Clark Building, Main Street.
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Freak bread every day, oar own
special delivery.
ÿ Main Street.
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Choice groceries, nuts, candles,
paatry aad fruits.
Telephone No. 28 .
"Russell"
Engines
Traction or Portable, Simple or
Compound Wood or Straw
Bumers *£
"Cyclone"
Threshers
Automatic Stackers, Wind
Stackers, Horse Powers, «*
Threshermen's Supplies of all
kinds «£*£*£«£*£
OSBORNE Binders, Mowers and Rakes
PLANO HEADERS
The Nez Perce Implement Co.
LOCAL AGENTS
A. D. GRITMAN, manager

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