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LEWISTON DAILY TELLER
DAILY AND WEEKLY
C A. Forksman, Publisher.
ThLhPHONh 26
Out year in advance........ ...............f5- oo
Six months.................................... 3.(X>
Three months................................ 1.50
Subscription to weekly.........ft 50 a year
.
h titered at the Lewiston Postoffice as
second class mail matter.
Official Paper of Nez Perce County
Good Advice.
An editorial squib in the Poit
land Oregonion in
recent issue
gives this advicee: ' Keep the
river open and raise things," The
whole transportation problem for
the Inlatid Km pire is solved by
the advice so succinctly given. Re
cent events on the upper river
show clearly that the railroads are
in a strong combine and that the
traffic of the interior is to be di
verted from its natural channels
atidcarried by circuitous routesover
heavy grades to market. The re
moval of the steamer Hannaford
from competition with the O. R. &
N. boats on Snake river is evi
dence that the board of control,
that, under the new combine, man
ages all the western lines has de
cided that there shall be no inva
sion of territory, no competition,
no reduction of freight rates. In
this dilemma the advice above
quoted comes pat. ''Keep the river
open and raise things."
The natural course of traffic be
tween the Clearwater country and
its markets aud supply points is
down the river to the s-.a. Rail
raois operated along this gradient
could be operated with less cost
because of the shorter haul and
easier grades. The extra expense
of a longer route and heavier
grades stands charged as higher
freight rates to the shippers of the
interior. With the river open to
the sea the railroads would be
forced into direct competi tion with
cheap water transportation andmust
either reduce rates or lose the busi
ness. Reduction of rates would
bring the margin of profit down
till operation over larger routes
would be impracticable and wou'd
result in the building of railroad
competition along the river grades.
The best argument for an open
river is the increased traffic of the
country. Already it has grown to
enormous proportions and the re
source? of the country are ouly on
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the eve of the deve'opmeut possible.
Last year's business is estimated
at 80,000 carloads. Raise things,
develop the resources. Let the
output be doubled and the pres
sure will itself force transportation
.
down the river through its natural
0 , ,
channels. Such a showing would
prove the strongest argument that
could be brought to bear in con
gress in presenting the needs of an
open river. That point made, the
solution of the transportation prob
lem will be an easy one.
The information that Tammany
has turned against Bryan will not
surprise any one familiar with the
history of that organization. Tam
many has no use for a candidate
who can not win elections. It is
in politics for the money and the
patronage which politics give.
Croker supposed that Bryan would
win in the recent canvass. The
fact that he did not win ends Tam
many's connection with him.
In relation to trusts the presi
dent's message goes directly to the
point when it says: "Restraint
upon such combinations as are in
jurions, and which are within fed
eral jurisdiction, should be prompt
1 ) applied by the congress. "
li yws are !ooking for an Xmas present
~ J -'•'w*» what to get. call at the
Jarwtt/ys F -nature and Undertaking
, * *»'•' «•« their line of Rockers
1 1 line will soon be picked
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** - citron, lemon and
*"■***&■ '«sied cj-ier and ail ingred- ,
FOR RENT—A 4-room house, base
ment and large barn. Block 4, North
....
cliar 8 es
LEWISTON WATER AND POWER
company.
CLARKSTON, WASH. LEWISTON. IDA
ton, Idaho, on January 26, 1901. vu Jatoh Rn«,an
s,ein *or lots 7. io, 23 and n half, and n half sh*"f
O* lot 26 sec. 9. twp 34. n r 3 W B M.
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lents for fruit cake and mince meat at
Russell's grocery. 46-tf
The Lewiston Furniture and Undertak
ing Co. have the neatest line of Xtnas
Rockers that you have had the pleasure
to see in the city. 59 tt
'Phone No. 906 will fini Wm. F.
Galbraith, the Dentist.
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Bark place, near Normal. Have eus
totuers lor residence, business and farm
property. Frank J. YoUNG,
Lewiston Nat'l bant
lacwision rsai i. Dang olock.
WHEAT STORED FREE.
The Lewiston Milling Co., are prepared
to store 40,000 bushels of wheat for mil
ling purposes without any storage
Stockholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Lewiston National Bank will be held at
the directors room of the bank on the 8th
day of January, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Gkorce H. Kkstkr, Cashier.
Lewiston, Idaho, Dec. 7, 1900. 58-tf
REDEMPTION COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given, that I will re
deem all warrants on the current expense
fund, if presented at my office within 60
days from date, which were registered
between April 10 and July 10, 1900. ex
cepting warrants numbered - 52, 108, 109
and no. Interest ceases this day.
C. A. Hastings,
Treasurer of Nez Perce County.
Lewiston, Idaho, Dec. 10, 1900. 6o-2w
$10 FOR
YOUR VOTE
For name of the Park in Clark
ston, Vineland, which has been
given to the public by the land
company. It is to cover 2 l / 2
acres in a sightly, central lo
cation. Its name wiil be se
lected from the list voted for
by the women only of Vine
land, Clarkston, Asotin and
Lewiston. The name selected
will win Ten Dollars to the
woman suggesting it. If two
or more mention the name se
lected the prize will be equally
divided between them. Only
the names submitted in writ
ing will be considered. The
competition will be decided on
December 15th. The money
willbe handy for Christmas.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Commuted Homestead.
Department of the Interior. Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho, June 28, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the foltowing named
settler has til«-J notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
"111 be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis
" Idaho, on January 26, 1901. viz Jacob Kosen
' 10, 23, ' '
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He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land vtz: Samuel Holt. George Horn. Enoch S. Brown
and Henry K. Baldwin, all of Lapwat. Idaho.
_ I B. West. Register.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the district court of the Second ju
dicial district of the state of Idaho, in
and for Nez Perce county. M. K. Hal
lett, plaintiff, vs. \V. M. Evans, defend
ant. Notice is hereby given that an at
tachment has been issued against the
property of the above named defendant.
Attest my- hand and the seal of said court
hereto affixed this 5th day of December,
A. D. 1900. '
,, !*• B. Stookev,
[Seal] Clerk of the Dis'rict Court.
P ie & Anderson, attorneys foi plff. 56
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the district court of the Second ju
dicial district, of the state of Idaho in and
for the county of Nez Perce Geôrge H !
Rester and \V. F. Kettenbach cartners -
as Rester & K-.-tt^nha.-h „ui-iia-...... Ï'
v ** » pai tiicia
as Rester & Rettenbach, plaintiffs, vs. J
H. Evans, defendants. Notice is hereby
given that an attachment has been issued
against the property of the defendant
above named. Attest my hand and seal
of said court hereto affixed this 5th day
of Deeeuilier, A. I). 1900
r _ ,, P E. Stookey.
[Seal] Clerk of the District Court.
I. N. Smith, attorney for plaintif!'. 56
ESTRAY NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I took up
at nty residence oue mile north of Slick
apoo iu Nez Perce county, Idaho, on
November i, 1900, the following described
estrays, to-wit;
One sorrel gelding horse, bran,led I
thus, "7x'' on left hin M
One dark bald faced bay gelding '
small lump on jaw, branded thus*»LF"
on right shoulder. '
Owner can have property on pavin
iclc 011,1 __-_____ . *
costs and proving property as required
», Stephen a. Scully.
JJateu November 21, jgoo.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land office at Lawis
ton, Idaho, Nov. IT. loon.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
Pettier has Med notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
*i!l be made before register and receiver at Lewiston.
Idaho, on December. 27. IsOU, viz. George Parker,
for the ne qr, section 31. township 33, nrlw. Bm
He names the following wunesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
v./u, Joseph Kauffman, Trank W Julian, Louis J.
bwannack John G. Downs, all of Morrow, Idaho.
J. B. West, Register.
COMMUTED PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land office at Lewis
j N.-tic* is hereby'giveu that the following-named
; settler has hlej notice of h.s intention to make final
I rn '"' 1,1 support of his claim, and that said proof
i will be made before the Register and Receiver at
j Lewiston, Idaho, on Dec. 22, 1900. viz: Fermln L
i Hoskins, for the ne qr nw qr, sec 3, tp 36 nr 2, W.
B M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz:
Joseph Horr, of Smmmit. Idaho.
Charles Bramlett, of Myrtle, Idaho,
James L. Pearson, of Myrtle. Idaho.
William O. Boyd, of Myrtle, Idaho.
35 J. B. West, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Thomas Hall deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Thomas Hall deceased,
were granted to the undersigned on the doth day of
November, l9UÜ,by the Probate Court of Nez Perce
County.
All persons having claims against said Estate are
required to exhibit them to me for allowance, at my
residence. miles south of Juliaetta within four
months alter the date of ihe first publication of this
notice, or they shall be forever barred.
This 27th day of November, 19W).
Levi B. Grossclose,
Administrator.
SUMMONS.
In the district court of the Second judicial district
of the state of Idaho, in and for the county of Nez
Perce: C. O. Vincent, plaintiff, vs. Jessie Vincent,
defendant. The state of Idaho sends greeting: To
Jessie Vincent, defendant.
You are hereby summoned and required to appear
in an action brought again>t you by said plaintiff in
said district court, and to answer the complaint of
the above named plaintiff filed therein, within ten days
(exclusive of thedayof service) after the service on
yc u of this summons, if served within this county;
if served out of this county, but within this judicial
district, within twenty days; or if served elsewhere,
within forty days.
The said action is brought to secure a decree of
this court annulling the marriage now existing be
tween plaintiff and defendant and releasing plaintiff
from ail the obligations thereof, and f or general rell if.
Plaintiff alleges intermarriage of himself and de
fendant and his residence in this state for six months
immediately proceeding the commencement of this
action. That said plaintiff was forced and compelled
to participate iu said marriage ceremony between
himself and defendant by threats made by defendant
and by her father and mother, who had him arrested
and threatened to swear falsely against him and to
accuse him in a court of justice of attempting to
commit an abortion, and to send him to the state's
prison, and that he participated in said marriage cer
emony in order to avert the shame and scandal and
the loss of his liberty arising therefrom; that no con
tract of marriage was ever entered into by plaintiff with
defendant prior to the said marriage ceremony; that
plaintiff then refused to and never since the perform
ance *»f said marriage ceremony did live or cohabit
with said defendant; that defendant, n June 2, 190),
gave birth to a baatard child, and that said child is
not the issue of said marriage and that at the time
of said marriage ceremony defendant was not compe
tent to take part therein.
The particulars will more fully appear from the
plaintiff's complaint, a true copy of which is served
herewith and made a part hereof. And you are here
by notified that if you fail to appear and answer
plaintiff will apply to th„* court for the relief de
manded,
Attest my hand and the seal of the district court of
the Second judicial district of the state of Idaho, in
and for the county of Nez Perce, this 30 th day of
November, 19UU,
, [Sea!] P. E. STOOKEY, Clerk
J. E. Ailshie, attorney for plaintiff.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States land of
fice. Lewiston. Idaho. Nov. 23. 1900.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this
office by Jessie G. Beans contestant against Isaac
Manning, entry No. 4033, made Dec. 3. 1895. for lots
19* 21, 22, 29, 30. 31 and 32, section 7 tp 35 n range
2 W B M by Isaac Manning, contestée, in which it
is alleged that said Isaac Manning has wholly aban
doned the. said tract and has changed his residence
therefrom, this for more than six months since mak
ing said entry and next prior to date hereof. That
the said tract is not settled upon, cultivated or im
proved as required by law in such cases. That the
entry man is not now a resident of the state of
Idaho and has moved therefrom to parts unknown to
affiant. Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said allegation
at 10 o clock a. m. on Feb. 14, 19U1 before the regis
ter and receiver at the United States land office in
Lewiston Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit
filed Dec. 7 1900, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence personal service of this notice
can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed
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mat such notice be given due and proper publication
^ Chas, H. Gahby. Receiver
ESTRAY NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I took up
on Nov. 12, 1900, the following estrays
at my ranch oue aud-one-half miles east
of Cameron, Nez Perce county, Idaho, to
wit:
One bald fart- 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 grey 2-year-old colt, branded
thus: "D" on shoulder.
Oue grey cayuse, no brand visible.
Owner can obtain said property upon
payment of all charges required by law
H. E. Wbsskls
Dated Nov. 19, 1900.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR CONTRACT
TO REPAIR THE FOUNTAIN
GRADE.
To Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that from this
date till the 19th day of November, 1900,
at 10 o'clock a. m., the Board of County
Commissioners of Nez Perce county,
Idaho, will receive sealed bids for the
contract to repair the lower portion of
£"5" • ep " ,r ' he , lower . P°«i°n of
Fountaln 8 rade > beginning at U*
?îf u . on a,ld «tending to monument in
the lower part of the new grade.
Said work must be first-class, the filled
portions being substantially built, with
necessary tournouts, etc.
Said bids will be opened on date above
mentioned.
Dated this 23d day of October, 1900.
P. E. Stookey, Clerk.
By J. A. Gill, Deputy. 19.5t
^ firSt " onda y
m March, and six percent and other
tTsllnal^rl b> ' ^ Subs ^ Ufnt
d "U iat . e ' and P r,or to sale, to
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 30, 1900
On the first Monday of January of each
year all unpaid taxes are delinquent and
thereafter I must collect thereon, for the
use of the county, an addition of three
per ceut, if paid before the first Monday
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gether with interest at the rate of 12 per
ceut per annum from said first Monday
of January. Poll tax for the fiscal year
becomes delinquent the first of Decern tier
'9°°- Staas Spkkkbr.
Assessor and Tax-Collector.
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YOU WILL NOT GET IT
HANDED TO YOU IF
YOU GET SHAVE DaTThk
MINT BAR
B E R SHOP
EVERYTHING IN
PUMPKIN PIE ORDER
BERT GARRETT
PROPRIETOR
*
GEO. H. LAKt,
Jeweler and
«£ Optician
Next Door to Post Ooffice
J. H. HENLEY H. B. HENLEY. J. W. HENLEY.
H enley Bros., INC
GROCERS
And Commission Merchants,
Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho
Dr. J. F. ATKINSON.
DENTIST.
First class work at reasonable
prices.
J)R. C. W. SHAFF.
Surgeon.
Office Rooms, V'ollmer Building.
Hours—Eye, Ear aud Throat, 10 to 12
ui. All other cases, 1 to 3 p. m.
L. F. INMAN, M. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician
Burgeon 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. Con
sultation free.
R. S. ANDERSON.
Attorney at Law,
LEWISTON, IDAHO
Office over Lewiston National Bank.
JAMES E. BABB,
Attorney at Law.
Lewiston National Bank Building, Lewiston
Idaho. Practices in State and Federal Courts ol
Wssnmgton snd Idaho, and owns complete
Abstract Book* of Net Perce Co.
MCFARLAND & McFARLAND,
Attorneys • at - Law,
Lewiston, Idaho.
Will practice in all Courts.
GEORGE W. TANNAHILL,
Attorney at Law.
Probate mattere and settlement of
estates carefully attended to. Office iu
Adams Block.
THOMAS MULLEN, .
Attorney at Law.
Legal business of all kinds given
prompt attention. Lewiston National
building, next door to U. 8 .
Liana Omca
E. O'NEILL,
Attorney at Law. and No
tary Public.
„*'! bus! ness carefully attended to. Will prac
iu *U courts of Washington and Idaho. " OL
block ° I ^ wi »'on in Dent (c Butler
Daniel Needham, Ray D. Walker
Late of Wisconsin Bar.
NEEDHAM & WALKER.
Attorneys at Law,
Lewiston, Idaho
Will practice in all state and federal
~ urt ? V Office, room io, Lewiston Na
tional bank building.
Frederick D. Culver, fclwer E. Haltev
Lite of the Minnesota Bar. Late Receiver U. S .Land
u.... c , °® ce - Marquant Mch.
Milbs S. Johnson
Formerly of the Colorado Bar.
CULVER, HALSEY & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counselors.
Office in Adams Block.
Lewiston, Idaho,
tjuid office and Department
practice. Title litigation audProbate
mattere. State and Federal Courte.
ernest mccullough,
eiYIL ENGINEER
Deputy Mineral Surveyor
497 Main Slreel LEWISTON
Cable "Macaee' Code McNeil
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LEWISTON, IDAHO
BANK;
W. P. Hurlbut, PtoMgt. Q. W. Thompson, Vi«-P ttsi<u „,
F » M* Hinkley, Czshicr
Transacts a General Banking Business. Is prepared to ^
custouisrs the most liberal accommodations consistent with™" 1 lts
banking. Sells exchange in all parts of the world 1 Sound
x COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
TTUd ® •*
Y ai' Ke ' tenbach > Preside
<L A H M £ d 'f* ViCe Pres ' de
Geo. H. Kester, Cashier.
« a.
©ini //X« ijmQMIJH
Corner ol Fourth and Main Streets.
LEWISTON,...........
IfidfiO.
DIH 6 CTORS.
C. C. Bunnell, W. F. Kettenbach,
J. Alexander, R. C. Beach,
B. F. Morris, George H. Kester,
Grace Ketteubach PfatHiu.
<t QENEMl
! AMüM®
_______ BUSINESS.
Sight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United State,
and Burope. iaies
• L o1 1? Vollmer. Preside
*2 H w l? 1 "' Pr «i<leo
• K. w. Haves, Cashier.
>T • MTICM?"
Or LEWISTON, IMHS
à Capital and Surplus
Strongest Bank in Idaho
v aul t lor Uie use of customers for safe keeping of valuables. Burelar oroof ,i n t
6reenleaftime lock ' Correspondent.in all the principal StKthf'w
REAL ESTATE__L
FOR SALE : Fruit and Vegetable Lands in 5 -acre lots or less
two miles from town. Also the best Fruit and Vegetable Ranch
m this valley To Rent to the right party, containing 12 acres,
full improved. 2 lots in city, Mtpn street.
-G. A. MANNING. f
THE MINT oe
Morrissey & Baker, Proprietors.
Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies and Cigars. A clul
room in connection. Clark building, Main Street.
W t tfttft ftttt
Lewiston Bakery & Grocery. ;
B. Wildenthaler, Prop. .
Fresh bread every day, oar owa
•pejlal delivery.
Cbalce groceries, oofs, candles,
pastry aad traits.
Main Street. Telephone No. 28 .
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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
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