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LEWISTON, NORTH IDAHO, FRIDaV A FOUST 16th 1878. NO. 44. THE TELLER. liiMolnd Ever, Filitnr Kveuin«. — BY— A. LELAND &. SON, IJONTOOMERY BTHKET LEWISTON 1 T. I , ..... I discontinued when tone uf subscription I is expired. r. of Advrrtleli.« Itednrcd. In Coin : ! Squared inch in column) i insertion $2 «0 1 |E<tch udilitionnl insertion. Pqunres <«ne insert <»n..... |E»teh lulrii'ionnl insert Fquarc.* i nc in erti«»n................ iFnch mMitionul insertion............... 1 Square* one insertion ................... Each nfMit ionnl insertion................. fenrly. half yearly ami quarterly ndvertis inentp more than four FquureH inserted by (q«cinl contract. Jrofe*8wmnl nnd Artisan/*' Card.-« »if one square or l«*«*, per quarter.................. Inti cep in l»»cnl column (except voluntary) |per line......................................... lit Dime for lei*.*« than.......................... heiefy nrherti-oments and re -Une each insertion........... ...... 1 i»o ........ ? Term» of Siibucrlptlon, nt Coin Hntfi. MLR Copv run Yfah........................$3 00 M «* Six Months.................. 2 00 *i •* Two Months ................. 1 0ft îe Number.................................... 25 payment in nil <*i«*r* demanded. All pa- j ,û i 15,1 00 ] ml i Jutions pi*r i i I.rant Ailvrrlt.eira Kntc «. tu Coin : nun 111 OI).«, Flicrifl'e 1 S:ih*s mul nil ml. er le pul imfi e?l'er inch first inncrliun......$2 00 PceimA'mfertion.. ....................... 1 * m Eitu-h SKfincqiient ins»rt ; nn ............ 7Ô Afl trirn-ient advertisement» nn-i notices prepayment demanded, all otliern pay a - .'/«le qiimterlv. clean wheat, good butter, predelivcred ' i at Lewiston. will he received in payment ; • subscriptions at Lewiston cash rates at time j / delivery i ll.ONXO I,ELAND. l'II\S. iircil ami Departure ot Mai froiu l.civistiiii, I. T. to anil *F«**ani1 fr»'m Walla Wwlla nn<l intormHintc k«»»rtA. Lenves «îaily . ( Sun l:ij .- pxtvptf-il.) .-it M. Arrived daily, (Sundu^« excepted,) P. M. To nn«l from Mt. Tilitbo, Florcrco. Warrens. H?lk City and Slate ('reek. I «•aves « rrida.vff nnd Siit«»r-lavj«. Airiv« s Mondays, ^rdnerday* nnd Frida' 8 at S, P. M. To and from Pine drove ami intermediäre |oint.-(. Leave? Monday* and Thursdays at ft, M. Arrives Wednesdays und Saturday at 7. M. . I,ELAND. [ To nnd from Pi« roc Pity. Lonvos Monday »t 7, A. M. Arrive Saturdays at 5, P. M. T« nnd from f oK»x. Arrives Snttir«i:i idavs at G, at P. M. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. of i:mto. . S Fpnn Bray man IflegHte in (.'ongress............... • overnnr.............................M b* r} ............... Sidehmiom 's ' Attorney........................... "itihir Treasurer.....Huntonn ...............J. Perrault MSTItlCT ATTOKXKV*. ..................Tobn Clark ...................U. Squier ....................I W. Poe ........... AI. R. fl.dlis'er L. Ricliarifsoii ...........Geo. Ai nsle ...... H. E Prickelt ........\ The Judicial District!« and ihe time/» nn »1 Lflucp# *if holding Court* in each are desig ted hy the Supreme Court when in ses pioo Htid are liable to chnn^e each year. LAND OFFICES : nrveyor Gen............... Chandler Idaho nisTiiteiT' .....-:ff............ »Jfiilin B. Miller ......Vi...........e»....James Stout LZWrSTOX DISTRICT. legister.................. » ...........J. M. Hnwe Receiver............................. R. J. Monroe I'OjlTH IDAHO COUNTY OFFICIALS: N EZ I'KIICE CO. rohate Judge.....................D. J. ITarner ...................................Ezra Baird Ic.ditor à Recorder............Tims, liudsmi ...........A. Binnard rrfH*urf*r., Assessor... J ir. Northrup ...N. H. !li>)t»rook 'ontrollfr........... JrtUIKS CLKItKS i 1st District.......... lerk.................. District Attorney.. nd District........ lerk.................. trict Attorney...... d District............... Ist rie» Attorney..................E. 15. Ensign The Judges of the 1st 2nd nn»i 3d di.» trict* assemble at the capital nn the first ». * . . . \ . Monday in January in each year, and con •Unite the Supreme Court of the Territory. with the Judge of ihe 2nd district dj Chief ustice. and A. L. Richardson ns Clerk. JU-.diiur & Record............................. treasurer... et .° r .. rr ............Tine.. ^Hudson ' I ...N. B. IfnBirook VCounty Commissioners A ........Wm. Ewing I —......J. M. Curry 6H0SKONK COUNTY. Probate Judge..................... .. L R|liot| hberifT............... «John Malloy Auditor & Recorder..............VV. \\ Yantis Treasurer............................._..M. Mtuiie Assessor.............................. O. F. Brown i I ...... P■ G'lffuev. County Commissioners V..R. M. O Bradlpy J ...D. H. Jaunie. IDAHO COUNTY. Probate Judge.....................A. Shuimray Sheriff .................................... c. AV. Case Auditor k Recorder...............|J. F. Morris Treasurer.................................F. Oliver Assessor 'County Commissioners K W W tjîig } ....Geo. Dempster ......J- S. Fockler CONSTITUTION OK 'IHR STATE • OU WASHINGTON. ART. XII. FINANCES. Section 1. The L> girluture shall provide for un nnnusil tax. sufficient to delruy the estimated expenses for end) year; and whenever the expenses of any year s hull exceed tl>e incme the Legis hi* lire shall provide for levjiriga tax lor the ensuing yr:.r sufficient, with other ► source* of incou e. to pay ihc di fieieney. : as well as the estimated expense of such j ensuing year. I Sec. 2. All taxes shall be uniform ,i,„ ...... . c .. . . upon the same class of subjects within i ' he T erri |" rittl li,,,it " ' R« Hilthnrity ! ,eV i V "'- ." 1C a "' 1 ' ,l! ' 11 he k ' v '^ »"«Î i Mo'l'C'ed umler t enernl laws, nhjih JJJ[Kh;ill preseriho mi« h rcoiihttinns »s sha 1 j f subjects within! Hereinbefore mentioned, shall be void, j secure a ju-t valuatim for taxation of all property, real and personal. Sec. 3. 1 ho pr >p q-ty. real nnd per solia I. of the Uiii'nl States, nnililie property of the Slain and counties} property of iminieipalities; coiniiiori sch*-.. I property; cemeteries not owned I or need lor priva to or crpi raie profil; j and public libraries—ahul. be exempt I lions taxation; and all laws exempting i Iront taxation properly other than that j ' ; a j pul'nliou — *lm inhnbititu i properly therein—shall Sec. ;up.ise I. 'I lie Legislature sha I not I taxes f r the purposes of any | C'litiny. city, town or other iiirpuruti m; ! but may by law vest, in the corporate ; authorities thereof respectively, ihepnw ■ r tu assess am) collect taxes for all Mir i r- res "I such corpmiitiun; but no ennn- | ity, town or olh°r •municipal cor- ; ihereof or the | released or j [ discharged from their or its just, share ! ol taxes. *n he levied for Stale pun uses. Sir ;> 'I lie power to tax corpora lions an pc rpurate propelry shall never tie relii C|Uished or suspende 1. Sec. li. All corpora'ions in ibis State, or doing business therein, shall fie subject to taxation for State, eouiry, school, intinicip.il and other purposes, nn ihe real ami per-omil property owned or i used by them vviiliin the Territorial limits of the authority levying the tux. j SrC i. No money shall he paid mil of the I rea-nr y. except in pursuance of an appropriai ion made by law. Sec. S. Neither the State, nor nnv county, city, town, or school-district shall make any donation or grant to', or i" i.i.l of, or become a subscriber to. or a shareholder in — anv corporation or louopauv. or a joint owner with, nuy , person, company or corporation, public , or private, in or nut of the State; except j as to such ownership as may accrue to j t||, ( State by escheat, or by forfeit lire hv ! ,.perattun of law; and except as to sucji ; j owner-hip a* may accrue to the State ' accrue to the Stute • r t«i any county, city, town or pcbo 'l ist riet , or tii -it! < r or any of' t lient jointly with any person, company ■ cirpor.ition. hy forfeiture or hy silo of i real estate f"r non pavutent of taxes, nr ! hv any d**ti;««ioti or «lovi^e for publie! use, or hy puruhaso hy or on \ chtilf of Mtiy or either of them under exc«*utiou i«i « n.e of finrs r penalties or f»of»'iture j f rcco^mziiice. broach i f condition of j ificial h"ii»l or of tmtid to secure public! .... , 1 .,, ri „,.c t * moiieya. oi me pet ini-maiice of anv c»*n L in , „ „.»• , .. , i ! a . m * hu ' h ll »ey or tiny of them may | be jnintiy nr Keyerally interested. !*KC 9. Neither the State, nor air j county, city, town nur school district j s* all lend or pledge Ihe credit ur faith i thereni, directly nr indirectly, in aid nl j any person, company nr corporation, for any amount or ior anv purpose what ever, or become responsible ior any debt, o ntraet or liabdii v of any person, com- \ puny or corporation, iu or out of the sitate. j Sec. 10. The State shall never con- ! tract any pubic debt, except in the \ cases and milliner hereinafter described. St;c. 11. For the purpose of defray ing extra rdin iry i xpenditnies. ihe Slate may c infract public debts; bm s,l, 'h debts, in the aggregate, shall not, lor the fir-t filtcen years, exceed fifty thousand dollars; and shall never cx'-ecd one hundred llmu.-und dnlla-s. Every such debt shall be authorized by liw, for some purpose or purposes to bo dis tinctly specified therein; an i every such law shall provide lor levying an annua tax sufficient to pay the annual in-crest of such debt, and the principal within ten y-»ars troiu the passage of such law; and shall specially appropriate the pr > ceeds ol such taxes to the payment oil such piiucipul and interest; and s'eh appropriatinn shall not lie repealed, nor the taxes po-tponed or diminished, uutil ihe principal aud interest of such debt shall haie been wholly paid. Sec. 12. No county, city, town nr i - t* V« t « j Rclinol-distiict shall contract any debt j un ' ess authorized and limited by law; j »nd no scrip, certificate, or other evi denee of debt whatever shall be issued by tneiu, except in accordance with the provisions of such law. Sec. 13. No city or town shall con tract any debt, by loan in any form, ex cept by means of an ordinance—which hall he irrepealable until the indebted ness therein provided lor shall have been fully paid o. discharged—specify, ing I he purposes to which the funds to be r lised shall lie applied, and pr >vid ioo for the levy of a tax — not exceeding! twelve mills on each dollar of valuation of taxable property within such city town—sufficient to pay the annual in- ; Merest, and extinguish the principal oi l' . , , . • , . such debt within fifteen years, but H"t less ' hall ten years, from the creation « '.ero-.l; am! such tax, when collected -hull be »pplic;d only t<> the purposes in ! hk h «'idinui.co specified, until the such debt within fifteen Tears, out no*, j such debts; but .he aggregate amount dcbtediicsk'bn paid or di charged. Rut i no such debt shall be created unless the question of incurring tho same shall, al j a regular election fur couiieiliueii, alder ' men or officers of such city of mwn. lie j submitted ton vote of such qualified j «lectors ns shall, in the year next pre-; ct ding, have paid a properly tax tin ten; j and a majority of tbo-e voting on the I question, by ballot deposited in a sepa ! lute box, shall vote in favor of creating i the <<f <Iibt so created, together with debt existing at the time of such elec lion, shall nut, at any time, exceed tfiree per cent, of li e last valuation of proper ty npoq wfiieh said tax was paid. Sic. I d. Nothing eontnined in this aiticln shall i ither i i pair or add to ihe obliguiiun of any debt heretofore con troeted by Hie Territory of Washington or by any county, city, town or school di.-iiiet within the Stale, keep hi- hands with law In. The State Treasurer s : ali separate account of each fund in and shall, at i he end of every quarter of the fi-eal year, report to the »Inventor, in writing, under oath, the amount of all moneys in his hands to the credit of every such fund, ami the place accordance | when* the same are deposited, und the number and amount ni every Warrant received, ami the number and amount of c'-ery warrant paid therefrom, during I ho quarter, 1 lie (jhivcrnnr shall cause everv such report to he immediately published in at least one n-wspnper printed at ihe suit of go- ernment. The 1 egisl.iturc sh ill, at ils first session, and may at any subsequent one. provide by law regulations for ihe safe keeping ol' ti c pu' lie hinds, and far bonds, to be given by the Treasurer, with sureties. Sec. I(i. The making of profit, di reetly or indirectly, out of the State. county, city, town or school district money, or u-ing the saine for any pur po-e not authorized by law, for any pith »Heer, or any other person, shall ho deemed a felony, nnd shall be punished as provided hy Imv. Sec. Î7. Private proverty shall not he taken or s«ld for the payment of the corpora'e debt of municipal corporations. JSkc IS. r l here shall he u «State Hoard of Equalization, con^istinir of the Secretary ot State. Stale Treasurer and nperintend» nt of Public Instruction. whoee duty it shall he to adjust . „ «, • e i ' i eiiuaoze the valuation of real and per , , 1 s*«na! property annum the several cotin ties. Al.-i>, in each c unty. a Hoard nf Equalization, cun.-ii-tiug; ul the Rnard ui County UiuiimiKsiutiers. whose ilittv it slia.l be In adjust and equalize the valu ali ui • i real and persumil property with in the r respective counties. Each Hoard sh II also perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law; providid, that the Legislature may pre scribe the rule by which such equalize tion .»hall be controlled, and may revise or amend the same when liny may deem it necessary. Sec. IX. The State shall not assume | the debt, or any part thereof, of any j County, municipal corpi ration, or per | son. unless euch debt ahull have been j con j meted to repel inva-i.n. suppress in i -urrection or to assist the State in the j -1 achat gc of any potion of its indebted j ne-s. i Sec. 20. The Legislature may Imr row money rr contract délits, to repel I invasion, sup; res* insurrection, nr de ! fend the State iu time of war; but the | uioiiey thus raised shall b_- applied ex clusively to the object for which the loin was authorized, or to the repay ! ment of the di-ht I hereby c«eated. Sec. 21. The State shall never con tract any debt for woik ut internal itn I Movement, or be n party in carrying of t he same. Hut whenever grants ol land or other property shall have been made ! to the State, for particul ir works nf in teroal improvement, the State may carrv j on such works, und shal 1 devote thereto the proceeds of such grants, aud inay | appropriate the revenues derived front such winks iu aid of their completion and repair. Sue. 22. No money shall bo drawn from t.ie Treasury for the benefit of any Church or rdigiou* society, or religious or theological seminary. AUT. XIII. CORPORATIONS. Section 1. All existing charters, or grants of exclusive privileges, under which the corporators or grantees shall not have organized and commenced husi ness in good faith, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall there ... J,. nn o ,, ,, ' ;V . SEC. 2. Corporal ions tnsy be created L„j er - Bf|dw general but shall not be created by special act. excepit for munic ipal puiposes. All gen ral nnd special laws, creating corporal ions, maybe al tered, amended or repealed, in such manner, however, that uo injustice shall be done. Sec 3. All railroads in this State ► hail be deemed public highways, und shall be free to all pi rsons for the trims portation ol their persons ami property under s"ch regulations ns may ho pre scribed by law; and laws shall ho pass ed. from time to time, establishing reus ••nable maximum fates of chargi s for the Punirent «nd f-iglus thereon, and to prevent unjust discrimi nut inn. No railroad corporation, or the les-ec or manager thereof, shall consolidate Its sD cJc, property or franchise* with any oilier railroad corporation, owning or having under its control n competing line. Every railroad shall have the right, with its road, to intersect, connect with, or cross any other railroad; the manner ol the exercise of which right. h, vwe ver, to be regulated by law. Laws shall als i lie pHS*e«l. ipyul.-itinjr the liu pîipscfiirpr j at the first session subsequent to the ad I mission of t be State, submit the ques i tion of its permanent location to the qualified electors of the Srate, at the : -general election tli n next ensuing. And a majority of all the votes cast shall be ] necessary to such location; and in easi | no one place shall have such nmjoiitv, j the question shall bo re-sub mit teil, at biiity of comnion carriers of in cases ol personal injuries occasioned hy negligence on the part of the carrier. Sec. 4. No right of way shall be appropriated to the use of any piivate corporation until full compensation shall lie fir-t made to the owner, irrespective of any benefit arising therefrom; which compensation shall be ascertained in such manner as may be provided by law. Sec. ft. No street-ra-lrond shall be constructed within any incorporated city or town, without the consent of the local authorities thereof. Sec. G. No corporation shall issue stock or bonds except for labor done, services performed, or money or proper ty actually received. The stock of cor porations shall not ho '«creased except in pursuance of general law. The stock holders of all corporations and joint stock companies shall bj individuals liable for all labor performed for such corporation or company. Sec. 7. Laws shall he passed, regu lating the right of foreign corporations to do business ip this State, and the mode in which they may sue aud be sued. Sec. 8. The Legislature shall not have power to establish or incorporate any l ank or banking company, or mon ied institutions whatever in this State, with the privilege of making, issuing or putting in circulation any bill, check certificate, promissory note or other pa per intended to circulate as mouey. ART. XIV. STATE INSTITUTIONS. Section 1. Educational, reformatory and penal institut ions, and those for the benefit of the insane, blind, deaf and dumb, and such other institutions us the public good may require, sh ill be estab lished and supported hy the State in such manner as may he prescribed by law. S::c 2. The Legislature shall not have power to locate or dränge the Seat f Government of the State; hut shall •ach general election, until such majori ty vote shall i ff, ct u location. Provide id. That, until the Seat of (joveruiiieiii ! »ball have been permanently located, as herein provided, the temporary location ilieivi f di ill remain nt the Capital ol ihe Territory at the lime of the admis sinn of the St ito. Sec. 3. The Legislature shall make no appropriations or expenditures for I Capitol buildings or grounds (except to keep the Territorial Capitol building and ground* in repair), until the Seat ol Government shall have been pennaueut j ly located. : Sec. 4. The University, at Seattle, j and the Hospital lor the Insane, at Steilacoom, shall, upon the adoption of this Constitution, become institutions of the State, aud the management thereof subject to the control of the State, un der such laws and regulations ns the Legislature shall provide; and all gifts, giants and appropriations of money or property, real and personal, heretofore made to said institutions, or to the Ter ritory of Washington therefor, arc here by confirmed to-tlio use and benefit ot said institutions respectively. XV. MISCELLANEOUS. Section 1. The political year for the State ol Washington r-hull commence on the first Monday in January in each year. Sec. 2. The term felony, wherever it occurs in tho Constitution, or the laws of the State, shall bo Leid to mean any criminal n(Trnso punishable by death or imprisonment iu the peniteu tiary, and none oilier. Sec. 3. It shall bo tho duty of the Legislut. re, at its fir-t tessinn, to pro vide a Seal for the Slate, to bs called the "Ureat Seal of the Siuto of Washington ;" which shall be kept by tbe Secretary ul State ; und all official ucts of the Governor, his approv ul of the laws excepted—shall bo thereby authenticated. The Seal of the Terri lory of Washington shall bo the Seal of tlm Statu until otherwiso provided bv law. Sec. 4. No county with in area of 990 square miles or less, shall be divid ed, or have any part stricken thcrelroin, without submitting the question to a vote of tho qualified electors of the county, nor unless a majority nf those voting on the question shall vote for the same. Sec. ft. No county-seat shall bo re moved until n majority of tho qualified electors of tho county, voting on the question, shall have voted iu favor of its removal. Sec. G. All county officers, whosj election or appointment is not provided for in this Constitution, shall be elected by the electors of tho tespective coun ties, or appointed by the Governor, or by the Hoard of County Commissioners, ur other county authorities, ns the Leg islature shall direct. All city, town and precinct officers, whoso election or appointment is not provided for by this Constitution, shall be elected by the electors of such cities, (owns mid pre cincts or by some divi-inn thereof, or appointed bv suci authorities thereof, as the Legislature may designate for that purpose. All other officers, whose election or appointment is not provided for by tliis Constitution, and all officers whose offices may hereafter he created by law, shall be elected by tho people, or appointed, os the Legislature may provide. Sice. 7. All navigable waters with in tho Stute shall be and remain public highways, free to nil citizens of the State and of the United Stutcs. Sec. 8. No navigable stream in the State shall be bridged, damned or ob sructed by any person or corporation, without the authority of law. Sec. 9. None but citizens of the United States, or aliens who have de clared their intentions to become such, in accordance with the laws of Uongrees, shall he employed in or about any pub. lie office in the State, or in any State institution, or on tiny public work prosecuted by the Stat". Sec. 19. All patents and grants of land», nude by the United States to settlers nnd purchasersof the tide-lands, shall be ratified and confirmed by the State Sec. 11. In the event of the rejec tion of the separate articles relative to Women Suffrage, the Legislature may submit the question, at any general election, to the qualified electors of the Sate; and if a maj .rity of all tho votes east at such election, on the question, shall be in favor of Woman Suffrage, lien all women who are citizens of this S'nte, and who posses« the other qua I fictitious of voters, shall be qaali (ied electors of the St-.te. Sec. 12. The Legislature tnsy dc 'B • dare the caves in which nr:y office shall he deemed vacant, and also the manner nf filling tbe vacancy, where no p-ovis | inns is made tor that purpose in this I C institution. i Sec. 13. The Countv 'Commission j er--, Superintendent ol Schools and tho | County Tren-uirer of 'ach county, shall ] constitute u Hoard of Appraisers, who • shall appraise all lands within their re pective counties, belonging to the State, : except tide land-, under such régula | tion* as uiuy he prescribed by law be-1 fore they can he sold. Sec. 14. The Common Law of En Continued to 4tk Page. SsAJDDXÆXrsr, GREAT BARGAINS -IN SADDLES AND HARNESS —AT— T. S. BILLINGS Rmtqoheri street, iBwrsToy, /. t. IMPORTER äTmTnUFACTURER . —OF THB BEST SADDLES and HARNESS, WHIPS. 8PIÎR8, CURRYCOMBS, BRID1.E HITS. STIKHl'PS tad HARNESS TRIMMINGS EOR SALE. CARRIAGE TRIMMING Done on ihort notion. REPAIRING OF ARTICLES IN HIS LINK. ALL SALES and ALL WORK at LOW PRICES. Folly to go ELSEWHERE to PURCHASE. April 13th. 1878, tf. *l-l-Z 'TmacjsEJMrLQ: -o *o «I -n -riij x-udRoaj atony hohj luaano-ffM' *03|}ou tjoqn ao ouop Saujudaj pa* Sa|jn, -oojnaniy • qomuq ojHMpjii|f oq, o) hajZuiqaq »«Ijijjii jo jf,aijttA jCjoao pau 'ignuj »untn TT 5U1JKI ONIKHVA ONV ONtNIIf OST ▼ 'B 33 IHJ NI U'dOliaaH ATJ.TSVO • aiIVAAdHV H H3H10 C1XV xoHi-xaan« uadidoa 'mix 'laxoxs —A0- R30X8 AU3JK V DONE AT LIVING RATES AND IN Workman Like Manner By J- FL. TTA.3SnB Including HORSE SHOEING, REPAIR ING unit IRONING ot WAGONS, SHARPENING PLOWS nnd RE PAIRING FARSI IS G MACH INERT »ad TOOLS. DILL NACH1NERY, And all other work of the trade. «»•OPPOSITE LUNA STABLE.-»« LEWISTON, I. T. April 13th, 1878, tf. CITY HOTEL, E.jswnffl'ff©*?, 3flr®n»nn hepaie®. T he undersigned is now located in tho above mimed hotel, and bavin« thoroughly REMODELED IT, can assure patrons tho VERY BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS AFFORDED 2ÎÏ THEE ©MTY. Tbe rooms are conveniently arranged nndoom pleUl- renovated, and open to accommodate the publia la style not surputed in Lewiston. Bar Is attached where the oholeM« Liquors and Cigars can be obtained.-®^ A. BITTNER, l-tf Proprietor. : | Imsinus yon nan engag* in. $S to $20 par day made by any worker o( either vex, right in their own toeali tiev. Particulars and «ample« worth #5 tree. Improve your spare time at this business. Address Srtxsos A Co., Portland Maine. vî-nîOly.