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LEWISTON DAILY TELLER
DAILY AND WEEKLY*_ C A. Forksman, Publisher. TELEPHONfc 2t One year in advance.......................$5.00 Six months................................... 3.00 Three months............................... 1.50 Subscription to weekly.........f 1.50 a year Entered at the Lewiston Postoffice as second class mail matter. Official Paper of Nez Perce County President's Message. No state paper of recent years will he read with greater care than the present message Irotn Presi dent McKinley. It is a strong paper, covering carefully the field of controversy made prominent tu the canvass of the .ecent'cam paign. Opponents to the admin istration policies will seek in vain to find an utterance that smacks of the imperialistic tendenciescharged against the party in the late cam paign. The instructions to the Philippine commission show careful safeguard to personal lib erty. They incorporate the fa mous bill of rights, the very es sentials of human liberty. The president's policy promises liberty enlightenment and protection in all personal and social rights. We have added new wards to the na tion and must give them fostering care that will teach them to revere the flag as the symbol of liberty, enlightenment and progress in every avenue of development." The sentiment of the message along these lines is clear Our re sponsibility is fixed and our policy is to be for the betterment of the islands. There is not a note in the message that strikes a discord with a single Americau idea regarding the growth of enlightenment and civilization in the country where by fortunes of war the American flag floats. The message will dis arm all criticism, except from sources where partisanship blinds clear judgment. The South Objects. As a result of the recent election the mountain states and the solid south ^re the only ones allied to the principles of Bryanism. It appears that even in this alliance that the south is not proud of the company she keeps. The follow ing from the Nashville Banner ex presses one phase of the southern sentiment: "The more a southerner thinks of the company with which the solid south po litically identifies itself in the electoral college the less reason he has to feel proud of the affiliation. The only states certainly joining their electoral vote with those of the south are the mining camps of Colorado, Montana and Nevada, which together have ta votes to be added to the south's 14a. If Idaho be added to the de lectable column there will |be 15 mining camp votes joined to the solid south. Should Populist Nebraska be found to have gone for Bryau it would not arouse any greater feeling of pride for the asso ciation. The four states of Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Nevada have a com bined population of only 989,094, or less than one-half the population of Tennesee. Nevada is a sham of a state with a pop ulation of 4 ^, 334 i or less than the a verage county in well populated states.'' Much has been written and talked about the principles of the referendum but in practice it seem to be a decided failure. All states where the constitutional amendments are submitted to the people show in their election re turns how little interest is taken in the referendum by the people at large. In the recent election in Idaho the constitutional amend ment received attention from only about one fifth of the voters. About four-fifths of them ignored it en tirely. The selection of a precinct constable was of more interest to the average voter than the adop tion of an amendment to the con stitution. This has been the his tory of every amendment made si ice statehood and promises to be the history of eveiy other one of fered in the future. The people arc indifferent to the referendum principle. All attempts to put it in practice have served to illustrate V - ne can coat the failure of the plan. Croker, Carnegie and other wealthy Americans who have been hobnobbing with English royalty are likely to have to pay the fiddler in a very practical way. They will be assessed to pay the English war tax. To meet the ex igencies of the Boer war England is taxing temporary residents as well as her own citizens. Croker has been assessed on an income of $100,000. ATTKNTfOV KAPUPPkt nur.ruiUN r AKJVltoKa. Have your seed wheat cleaned bv the Lewiston Milliner On are . , D°. 1 aey are prepared to take out all cockel and foreign seeds. —____ nrii.i._,i , , . . , .. —Wildentlialer s, headquarters for all kinds of Schilling's Best goods. Wm. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three doors west of postoffice. DR. McCALLIE, DENTIST The Big Iron Bridge is a marvel of engi neering skill, but not more so than the . delicate, yet strongly constructed eolden bridge with which Dr. McCall^®« J. bridge with wliirli Hr Mnr 0 lli u i« uriuge Wlin v, men Ur. McCallie IS ca pable Of spanning the unsightly gap in your mouth. Supported bv reliable uuar your mouth. Supported by reliable guar antee. Remember Dr. McCallie's office is just one block east of the BIG IRON BRIDGE. 1 Take your children to Dr. McCallie for gratuitous advice on the care of their " . ----• ---- —*• - teeth, thus saving you money in aftei years, and many pains to the little ones. -t. /•__ „ , ..... No charge for extracting children'» teeth. Special rates to Normal students, im Wildeuthalen Bldg., Main street. Sure cure for cold feet. Buy a snow flake comfort of McGilvery & Boston. 48—tf Subscribe for the Teller. $10 FOR YOUR VOTE I For name of the Park in Clark ston, Vineland, which has been company. . . given to the public by the land It in tn rmmr o j/ U It IS to cover 2 *4 acres in a sightly, central lo * 3 lected from the list voted for by the women only of Vine lend, Clarkston, Asotin The name selected ...HI T „ ,, Will Win I en Dollars to the woman siiaopntinfr it lft..,J?u woman suggesting It. If two or more mention the name se- r I lected the prize will be equally divided between them. Only the names submitted in. writ-1 ing will be considered. The L competition will be decided on at n u . r.. of December 15th. The money .willbe handy for Christmas. LCWISTON WATER AND POWER COMPANY CLARKSTON. WASH. LEWISTON. IDA. IN BANKRUPTCY. NO— The first meeting of creditors of said ----------------* - - - -r ---- J --«■WVVMAWI, at my office in Lewiston, County of Ne* Perce and State of Idaho. Such meeting »ni ^ a. meeting NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United States for the Northern division, District of Idaho. In re. Charles P. Flatt, a voluntary bank rupt Referee in Bankruptcy ESTRAV vm-rru tool KAY NOTICE. Taken up by John McNulty, on Nov. 19, 1900: One sorrel mare with white face, four white feet, branded "T P" on right hind quarter, about six years old. I Also one black gelding, about six vears .u 1____, , **—P * I on the right old, branded thus: hind qnarter If owner does not claim and pay all charges within forty days of the date of this notice, will be sold according to Sec. V In J Dttoi ca.l ___ e . a _ - n ---- V.» -vwiuiuj tu ÖCC. 1362, Revised Statutes of the State of Idaho. j OHN McNulty, Sec. 14, tp 35, i E B M. NOTICE OF ESTRAY Beeman, Nov. 3, 1900. civ 1-1 tv 1 Kusaell, Ida. ■'"'"«"i ciov. 3, 1900. have taken up at my residence on the 4 ne qr sec 31, tD t6n r 1 W r u k 1 horse, about 7 veais old. wil ^ ' r ^«1 » » w d » 1 , one oav hOTse, about 7 yeats old, weight about can°not > h» ^ r, " rand 0 " shoulder can not be definite. Owner can get the s^ie by proving ownership and paying coat - J 3 - 5 W H. BBAMigi. BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY. Parties wishing room and board in pri vate family can be accommodated at 125 Swanson street, north of Dr. Phillips' residence, third house from railroad. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Derailment of the Interior. I.anJ office at Lewie tun. Ijaho. Nov. 13, 19M). 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 made before register and receiver at Lewiston, IJaho, on December, 27, I90D, vi*. George Parker, fort tie ne or. section 31. township 33, n r 1 w Bn He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Joseph Kauffman, Frank W. Julian, Louis J. Swannack John G. Downs, ail of Morrow, Idaho. J.-B. W LST. Register. COMMUTED PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land office al Lewis ton, Idaho. Nov. 3, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of h s intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof l*' 11 • t> * ma, J e before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Dec. 22, 1900, vit: Fermin L. Hoskins, for the ne qr nw qr, sec 3 , Ip 36 nr 2 , W B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. vu Joseph Horr, of Smmmit. Idaho. Charles Bramlett. of Myrtle. Idaho, James L. Pearson, of Myrtle, Idaho. William O. Boyd, of Myrtle, Idaho. ~ J. B. West. Register . ------------------------- ...» req , u . lreJ lo 'hem to me for allowance, at my «our NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estât« of Thomas Hall deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that Letters of Administra tlon on the Estate of Thomas Hall deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 26th day of November, 1900,by the Probate Court of Nei Perce County. All persons having claims against said Estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, at my residence. 3% miles south of Juliaetta within four months after the dale of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred This 27lh Jay ,,f November. i 9 oo. - 1 Levi B. Grossclose, Administrator. NOTICE OF ESTRAY. Beeman, Nov. 34, 1900. I have taken up at my residence on - "">- »»eu ujj ui uiy resilience Of the sw qr of the se qr, sec 31, tp t6 nn W. B. M: One gray mare about eight years old, weight about 950 pounds, brand on left hind quarter "B" about 4 inches long. Owner can get the same by proving ownership and paying costs, Charles R. Tredjî ESTRAY NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I took up at my residence one mile north of Slick apoo in Nez Perce county, Idaho, on November 1, 1900, the following described estrays, to-wit: One sorrel gelding horse, branded thus, "7x" on left hip. One dark bald faced bay gejding, small lump on jaw, branded thus, "L F' on right shoulder. Owner can have property on payin costs and proving property as requirei by law. Stephen A. Scully. Dated November 21, 1900. NOTICE. In the Probate court of Nez Perce co " nt y> Idaho - Order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should not be ,,,ade - In the matter of the estate of Henry (James, deceased. Julius E. Hoppey, the ~ the estate of He Mouica, ucccascu. JUI1US ü. J administrator of the estate o"f' Henry U an,es '*K ceased r having filed in this court his petition duly verified, praying for an °II le , r 0 S ".'f of a11 the re , al e * ute of Mid estate for the purposes therein set forth, It is therefore ordered that all persons interested in said estate of said Henry James, appear before this said probate toun 'y Of Nez Perce, State of Idaho, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell all the real «täte of the said estate and that a copy of this order be published at r a n four successive wetks 'he Daily I Teller, a newspaper printed and pub lished in s: id city and county. R. A. Langford, Probate Judge. Dated this 21st day of November, 1900. ESTRAY NOTICE L N « tice is hereby ^ iven that 1 took n P on Nov. 12, 1900, the following estrays at my ranch one-and-one-half miles east of Cameron, Nez Perce county, Idaho, to wit: 3 ' One bald face bay horse, branded thus. •E" on right hip. weight about 800 pounds. One brown horse, star in forehead branded thus: "S M" on right hip weight about 800 pounds. One 2-year old brown colt, no brands visible. One iron grev 2 -year-old colt, branded thus: "D" on shoulder. One trrey cayuse, no brand visible. Owner can obtain said property upon payment of all charges required by law. H. E. Wessels. I Dated N ° V ' '9. 1900 . NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR CONTRACT TO REPAIR THE FOUNTAIN GRADE. Tn vvw., u w«. o i ^ Co P cern : Notice ^ts hereby given that from this * 4 ~ 4:1141 ac niuuiuro repair the lower portion of the Fountain grade, beginning at the station and extending to monument in the lower part of the new grade. S* id work must be first-class, the filled portions being substantially built, with "«c^sary tournouts, etc. ®** d bids will be opened on date above mentioned. .u: ____1 j___ Dated this 23d day of October, 1900. P. E. Stookby, Clerk By J. A. GILL, Depnty. 19.5t NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 30, 1900 0n „ first . Monday of January of each year a ü «»paid taxes are delinquent and thereafter I must collect thereon, for the use of the county, an addition of three per cent, if paid before the first Monday in March; and six per cent and other per cent 1 __ cos,8 . P , y** d 5 d b T ,a ? > f P«« d subsequent 0 ^ al< d *'*, and prior to sale, to gether with intercst at the rate of 12 cent per annum from said first Monday January. Poll tax for the fiscal year becomes delinquent the first of December °?- St a as Sfkkkkk. w-jw Assessor aud Tax-Collector. ♦ ♦ t ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ t •I* t t ♦ t t ♦ t t t t t f t t t t t t t t t * * + ♦ * YOU WILL NOT GET IT HANDED TO YOU IF YOU GET SHAVED ATTHE MINT BAR B E R SHOP EVERYTHING IN PUMPKIN PIE ORDER BERT GARRETT PROPRIETOR GEO. H. LAKE, I 1 ' [eweler and *£ Optician Next Door to Post Ooffice H ENLEY BROS., , NC GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho Dr. J. F. ATKINSON. DENTIST. work at reasonable First class prices. J)R. C. W. SHAFF. Surgeon. Office Rooms, Vollmer Building. Hours—Eye, Ear and Throat, 10 to 12 m. All other cases, 1 to 3 p. m. * L. F. INMAN, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician Burgeon and Specialist. Chronic and nervons diseases of both women and men. Electricity used in all of its forms as mediciue. Office two doors east of the Bee Hive. Con sultation free. R. S. ANDERSON. Attorney at Law, LEWISTON, IDAHO Office over Lewiston National Bank. JAMES E. BABB, Attorney at Law. Lewiston Nation« 1 Bank Building. Lewiston Maho. Practices in State and Federal Courts ol Washington and Idaho, and owns complete Abstract Books of Nes Force 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 ta Office in Adams Block. THOMAS MULLEN, Attorney at Law K Legal business of all kinds given »rompt attention. Lewiston National • ÎF De *' d »>r to U. 8. Una Office Ee O'NEILL, Attorney at Law and No tary Public. _ Al) bai)Bess carefully attended to. Will nnr. btock" U l I ** w ' , ton. In Dent A Butler Daniel Needham, R ay D. Walker Late of Wisconsin Bar. NEEDHAM & WALKER. Attorneys at Law, Lewiston, Idaho Will practice in all state and federal , rooœ IO - Lewiston Na tional bank building. Mi. .. c . Marqua«« Mch. Miles S. Johnson rornwrly of the Colorado Bar. CULVER, HALSEY 4k JOHNSON, Attorneys and Counselors. Office In Adams Block. Lewiston, Idaho. , H - Lwjd office and Department practice. Title litigation andProbate mattere. State and Federal Courte. ERNEST MCCULLOUGH, eiVlL ENGINEER Deputy Mineral Surveyor LEWISTON Cod« McNril 97 . Main Street Cable "Mac«*« I THE IDAHO NATIONAL BANlH I LEWISTON, IDAHO 1 W. P. Hurlbut, President. G. W. Thompson, Vicc-P r «iA. > F. M. Hinkley, Cashier ^ t Transacts a General Banking Business. Is prenant f customsrs the most liberal accommodations consistent 1 . g 1 rant I banking. Sells exchange in all parts of the worid WUh "»«d | COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY I YUd®«î W F. Ketten bach IÖM Corner oi Fourth and Main Streets. LCWI5T0N, IDAHO. D1R6CTORS. I)} C. C. Bunnell, W. F. Kettenbach, I J. Alexander, R. C. Beach, B. F. Morris, George H. Keeter, Grace Ketteubacb Ffafflin. TKAHS/KTJ A QENER 4 L RMSINESy The • i oh Æ I LL oi ^* T „ pr « ,id '* StrongestBank in Idaho OP LEWISTON. IDNHfi.. Capital and Surplus J REAL ESTATE __ FOR SALE : Fruit and Vegetable Lands in 5-acre lots or less in thU 68 n 0n V 0W n' A,SO the h* 81 Fruit and Vegetable Ranch in this valley To Rent to the right party, containing 12 acres full improved. 2 lots in city, Main street. 4. -G. A. MANNING. " THE MINT ^ Morrissey & Baker, Proprietors. Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies! and Cigars. A clu room in connection. Clark Building, Main Street. t tf f ll 'ttt» tf «f» f tttt tt Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. 8. Wildenthaler, Prop. eTery -ay > •« owm special delivery. Choice grscerics, ants, candles, pastry sad fruits. . ^ a * n Street. Telephone No. 38i . ' » ' ' I ' ■» ■ It -» 1 1 ♦♦♦ttttlttt " r 4 Russell Engines, Threshers and Saw Mills Bucher and Gibbs Gang Plows McSherry Drills These Goods can now be purchased at Cost. The Nez Perce Implement Co. LOCAL AGENTS • A. D. GRITMAN, manager % ♦■M' ttttt ttt tt 4 UlliilltHt-l'