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THE LEWISTÔN TELLER.
«TT AND COUNTY 0FFICIALPAf£R. Thursday ........;_____ „APRIL 8 1882. crr£ jotsT — A Hay party ia talked of. Do not block the sldwilk. Remember the Sunday law. Believe me, dose goods vos all vool but de bhttotr. . Si... Ball shaoting on the hill next Sunday, Match«*! game. Mr. A. Sutherland left on Monday last for Pierce City with mail and express. Waisgerber Bro.'a wind mill arrived this '•A and will be in operation soon. , A fine fishing pole, worth $25, was raffled off this week, at Faunce's Sample Room. It wm wen by T. S. Billing*. Anybody vot I tries to elect, I puts him in ettoe; I am the only politician in tbo country; •• *eye * ''ßcandahovian" who has lately been imported here. S. Gray A Co.'s new ad. will appear next week. The steamer Baker will be here to-day 'Capt. Baughman in command. City Council voted last night to issue txmda to build a school house. Assessor Howard starts out on Monday, aasesaing, Waha will be his first point. Judge Buck has postponed the Shoshone court to May, in consequence of bad roads. The new ad. of C. A Thatcher k Son speaks for itself and shows them up to the times, Farmers have commenced plowina in good earnest out on the table land north of Lewiston. Mr Ellis started out yesterday on a gold prospect in the mountain, and gulcheB north of Chapman's* mill. John Russell of Moscow offers induce ment* to those wishing a farm and farming machinery and cattle. See his ad. C. C. Bunnell left Monday morning on the »tage for Dayton, to learn the condition of hi* affairs there since the fire. The steamer John Oates, Capt. Troup, ar rived Monday and left again on Tuesday. She brought up about 45 tons of freight. The iron track for the fifth street grade has been laid and new cars will be put on -and work under progress, in a few days. Dr. Kelly'* cattle brand was taken out of John Steven's Junction saloon one day last w*ek. Kelly look out for another indict ment. The county commissioner* have been in session this week for the purpose of levying the tax for 1882, and for other connty busi J. M. Crooks, of Grangevillc, was able, a few day* ago, to ride out and he says he feels better that) any time since he was ta ken sick last Fall. DBNTIST—J. C. M'Callie, an experienced daotist, will ba in this city on Saturday next, and remain about a week. Rooms at Hotel 4a France. Those desiring work will do well to riait him early after his arrival. 26 In attendance upon the county commis sioners court this week were quite a num ber of citizens from the north, who were interested in road matters in their respect districts. The John Gatsa arrived again last even ing with freight and passengers, among whom were Geo. Dempster, resident of Mt. Idi............. daho, who has been to New York on a visit, and Capt. 8. R. Smith and family. Thé Almots arrived on Saturday and left on Monday. She arrived again Tuesday afternoon with about 18 tons goods, and left on Wednesday morning with 114 tons of flour from the Lewiston mills. Alpowa Citt. —Alph. Beall surveyed off a few blocks for e town near the mouth of the Alpowa creek to be celled Alpowa City. This has become quite a shipping, point for grain from Alpowa and Deadman. Last Chance. —This is the name of Mr. À Bittner's place of business at the head of Taaimanv Hollow. Here will be found a choice selection of liqnors and cigars. Those an their way to Waha and the prairie will best appreciate this depot of supplies of creature comforts. 22 The District court for Kootenai county, Judge Buck presiding, will commence on Monday the 24th inst., at Westwood. There are three cases of persons charged with murder that will come before the grand jury. ___ J. P. Vollmer, returned from a business trip to Portland last week. While there be unloaded himself of what* little railroad stock he bought last Jnly, at an ail vsnee of several thousand dollars. He thinks he shall dabble no more in railroad stocks, lest the tables turn oii him. Assaulted. — Cook, of the Spokane Timet, was assailed last week by one A. M. Cannon and one Bennett, lor something seid in his paper. The assailants were both armed with revolvers, but Cook mode use of an iron side-stick and disarmed them and drove them from the premises badly beaten. Upset.—C hapman, LeBarron and others in taking np a quantity of provisions for the lumber camp on the North Pork of CMBvrater, while attempting to go over the nftanaar /* AI. Vial's plsce upset their boat and lost considerable of their supplies, end Chapman had to return hore for more. T. B. Trevett, an old timer of Portland, visi ted the city last week. He came to leaAThieh was the greater story, that of bis own about the prairie chickens he saw ■ Farmington, or that of the geese the junior of the Tiller saw on the Asotin. He had to acknowledge that the geese ex selled in numbers. The mail contractor who has the contract from Lewiston to Pierce City has sent au thority ta the postmaster here, to sublet the Contract to carry the mail 4 round trips ••oh month for $35 per month, a distance of 180 miles tmvel each.trip, or 720 miles trav el for $35. We would like to see the color M the man's hair who would engage as sub contractor at such rates. PERSONAL. Mr. J. Kanaly, of Moscow, was in town on Saturday. Mr. P. P. Martin, formerly of Vniontown has gone to California. Our old friend, Joe Vonarx, of Alpowai, was in town tins week. Mr. Bullfinch and Mr. Fergursun arrived in town on Tuesday fr >m Patnha. Mr. Jones, of the Weipe, is in town this week and says there ia no snow at his place. Mr. J. O. Barber and wife, of Uniontown W. T., paid our city a visit on Sunday last. Sheriff Holbrook and auctioneer Vincent was in Moscow this week, selling property. C. B. Hopkins of the, Gazette , was in town last week en route for the lower coun try. Charles E. Monteith has been confirmed by the senate as Indian agent for the Nez Berces. Beter Stag?, of Kaniiah, is in this city looking after his property, and pruning his fruit trees. . C. Hanson, H. J. Lcstoe and II. T|. Twcedt, of Genesee called on us this wdbk, aud left their names to have the Tkli.lr sent to them. H. Sqtiier and wife will leave on the steamer Baker to-morrow for a visit to Portland. Mr. S. will probably return via. North Pacific to Westwood, where he will attend the District court for Kootr.ai county Dentistry. — A. W. t'aider, D. D. S., will revisit Lewiston shortly, and will come i»repare.i to do all work olfering in his line Due notice will he given of his arrival. A word to the wise is sufficient, as tile Dr.'s stay will be necessarily limited. 19tf. Mr. Hirsch, a merchant of Pomerey, had his life threatened by a man named Blanch ard, on the morning of* the 28th ult. The same afternoon Mr. B. attacked Hirsch in his store with a revolver, the clerks anil other bystanders interfered and prevented him from shooting. A. MclJregor has just received from S. T. Suit, of Maryland, a very CHOICE LOT OF LIQUORS. 25-tf Tax Levy. —Our County Commissioners have made their tax levy for 1882. They levy seventeen mills on each dollar, in tho following proportions, to wit: Four for Territorial purposes, six for School purposes, five for County purposes, 1 for Bridge and 1 for hospital. This is a reduction from that of list year of 5 j mills upon the dollar. Immigration.— The lower country papers talk largely of the immigration arriving on the steamers at Portland aud estimate an average of 2,800 jier month, most of whom are making their way east of the Cascades. Don't detain them all in Oregon and Wash ington but send a fair proportion up into North Idaho, where they can find better land than can be found in cither Eastern Oregon or Washington, and plenty of it open for settlement. Pork. —We visited, tho other day, the grounds, where Mr. John Brearley is breed ing and raising hogs. His grounds arc di vided into different copartments, each hav ing good shelter, feed and water arrange meats. Iu these several apartments he has at present, alxiut HOO head of all sizes. He lost about 150 young pigs, during the cold weather. He lias some fine breeds in the lot, and we predict for him success in this enterprise. The feed is principally the bran from the mill. Charles White, of Salmon river, came down on Tuesday, en route for a short visit to Seattle. He reports that the eastern cat tle buyers are receiving the cattle purchased last Fall from the cattle raisers along the river, prepaiatory to starting their drive towards tho railroad. He says the mail ia now being carried regularly from Mt. Idaho via. Salmon to Warrens. The section of the route next to Warrens is carried on snow shoes, T. Clay carries the mail on snow shoes from VVarrpns to the Weiser. Glass Ball Shooting. —The following is the score made on April 1st: 12345078» 10 H. Payne 1001010111 T Harrison 0010010010 P T Lomax 1110011111 G. Penny 0 1111110 11 C O Kress 0000000000 R Schleicher 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Pool No, 2 Payne 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 Harrison 1 I 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Lomax 1111001111 Penny 10 1110 10 11 Kress 0000001 100 Schleicher 0111001111 Pool No. 3 Payne 1 1 1 1 1 1 VO Harrison 10 1110 10 Lomax 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 l Schleicher 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 Kress 00100001 Gold Discovery. —Mrs. Louis Orostcin on Tuesday morning had a tame duck killed and in dressing it found in the gizzard some 50 scales of gold, some if them were a full tenth of an inch in diameter. The duck had beeu running in the yard near the house at the font of the hill at the head of Mont gomery street, about four months. It was bought from parties on the Asotin. There was a quantity of coarse black gravel in the gizzard with the gold, different from the gravel in the vicinity of the yard where the duck had been kept, and appearances indi rate that both the gold and gravel must have been in the duck liefere it came from the Asotin. What annoys Mrs. G. most is the fact that the duck is killed that pro duced the golden egg. Articl :s of incorporation have been filed organizing a company to construct a railroad from Seattle, on the Sound, through the Hnoqualmie Pass of the Cascades 13 the Columbia river, thence to Walla Walla and terinina'ing at Itaker city Oregon, with a present cap now i ta 1 stock of $3,500,000. Mr. Burke formerly a Democratic candidato for! Delegate in Congress from Washington ° , . 4 r, the incorporators. Some among suspect that this movement is a part of the programme of those inter-1 ested iu the Union Pacific and what is called the Oregon Short Line. Time will develop«. j Bad Bridge and Accident. Mr. Clarke informa ua that on Saturday night jnat after dark, as he waa drivirg his wagon into Moscow, having a lady, Mrs. Fisher, in the wagon, he came to the bridge this side of the town, he observed that the water was running round the end of the bridge next the town, but as this was no unusual occurrence, he thought it safe to proceed. He drove the team onto the bridge and across, when the horses in stepping off went down to the depth of several feet, mid the forward wheels followed throwing Mrs. Fisher out into the water under the heels of the horses, and between the traces, while the horses were prancing and restive, as soon as Mr. (*lark could get them quiet he got out and extricated the lady from her perilous condition, who came very near drowning besides receiving several severe bruises supposed to be from the heels of the horses. Another wagon hail just crossed, but before dark and the people in the town were notified of the bail condition of the exit from the bridge and that Mr. Clarke and lady were liable to arrive there after dark, but no one went to place a light there or give any warning. The water in passing around the end of the bridge had washed out the road to considerable depth and this fiad remained in that condition for aeveral days. The Chinese Bill Vetoed.—A dispatch received last evening announced that Arthur had vetoed the Chinese hill, claiming that the highest intelligence ami best sentiment of the country is against the bill as is shown by letters and telegrams sent to him. Some of the best legal minus of the country de claring it to lie a wanton violation of our treaty stipulations with China, and that the restriction of China emigration should be secured by an amended treaty, rather then by an ex-party act of Congress. The largest stock in theterritory WALL PAPER, PAINTS, WINDOW GLASS, DOORS and WINDOWS, AC., AC., soldat prices to clear out, for cash only, at 52 3m J. J. BONNER'S. MOSCOW ITEMS. The weather is beautiful and every body cheerful. Mr. Geo. M. Wilson is complaining of sore eyes since his visit to ytfur town. We are anxious to know why it is that you make our people such presents. Mr. Chas. Moore and family arrived here this week from Walla Walla and will, we understand, make Moscow their home, which is gratifying to our community. Notices posted in conspicuous places state that the stock of general merch andise owned by Messrs. Hayes, and Dupuy will be sold at public auction on next Monday April 3d. A lady, the wife of otic of eur citi zens, had nine teeth extracted at one sitting and her husband informs us that she has not spoken a cross word to him since the event, which occurred last week. [Nor a pleasant one either. Ed.] The fence dividing the Russell Ad dition from the former town site has been removed and parties owning lots in the Addition have commenced fenc ing them in, which makes a decided improvement in the appearance of things in ihat section of the town. We learn that the trade for the John Russell ranch adjoining town has been consumated and that Messrs. Moore Barton, Maguire and oilier eoterpris ing citizens are the owners. The ranch is a valuable one and the purchase is undoubtedly a forerunner to something in the way of enterprise of more im portance to the general public. 51 r. Howard Olsen, our city jeweler, has rented the Glogan property and will remove his stock of jewelry and notions to that building, which is op posite his present stund. The object being to secure more room for a larger stock, which will be added this spring. Fresh beef is a luxury to us now. Our city butcher, Mr. Peterson, says it is impossible to secure good beef cattle in this section at present. In consequence of the unusual amount of snow last winter. He is, however, ex pecting a number of heaves momentar ily from Snake river, which is consol ing to anti-pork eaters. We note the arrival of our former townsman, Mr. J. G. Kribbs, who lias been sojourning in your pleasant city duriug the past winter. He left us on two legs aud returned on three, a gain of Î13 ] per cent, in favor of your town. We congratulate him on his safe return but not on his gain. Mr. Daniel McConnell and Mr. Brown, who have been connected with the establishment of W. J. McConnell à Co. here, left us this week for Ore gon. The former will continue his journey to his home in Michigan. They will he missed from our community, as they both possessed high social aud gentlemanly qualities. We mentioned some time since that we had every confidence in the near approach of spring, it his finally come, wo know it, because the crossing of Paradise creek, at the south end of town, is almost impassable. This is a never failing sign, notwithstanding the endeavors of our roadsusters to remedy this evil, hut a lack of means is tho cause of this repeated calamity. Mr. T. Griffin of the late firm of Mc Connell A Gr Hin at The Italics, Ore gon, is with us. We understand that he will interest himself in the general merchandise busidess of W. J. McCon Thc reputa nell .1- Co., at this place. [ion of Mr. G. as a business man is well known in ihe vicinity of i ne Palles, ________,,j ;t.. 4 l:- — « ____ and we feel assured that his presence will be appreciated by our community, ß R Hopkin8i Esq., editqr of the Gillette was with us this week looking; after the interests of his papef in this j vicinity. Your, truly, A. LETTER FROM GENESEE. Contrary Gulch, April 3,1882. Ed. Teller:— In the News of March 16th appears a correspondence over tho signature of "Wide Awake," in which occurs the following: The Teller published that the road run ning through Si,-vert's aud Sutton's ranches to Barringer's place on the Territorial line is not a county road. The Teller's infor mation is wrong or it don't know any better. The fact is that that road has been traveled by the public as a public road for over six years in hauliu; timber for farming purposes and also for hauling grain to market And to mill. There has been more travel over this road than there.lias been over the main hood from Lewiston to Moscow. After which tho writer attempts to slur the editor of the Teller for ignor anco, etc. I know not who "Wide Awade" is, nor do I care. His state ment is false in every particular about the road in question being a county road, and the Teller was correct, said road was never a county road, and the citizens in this vicinity know the fact, again the News publishes the follow* libel upon the traders of Lewiston: As a matter of fact, Lewiston is the cheap est trailing point between Tho Dalles ami Duluth, and the mighty power of truth has compelled the blackmailers who hare howled almut "high prices in Lewiston" to admit the fact. Why the News should so libel the traders in Lewiston I cannot conceive. We who have tried them, have ever found them courteous, but ready to charge for their goods, much higher rates than the same class of goods could be bought for in Walla Walla, in Dsy ton, Pomeroy, Colfax and Moscow. We know these facts, and while we would like much to do our trading in Lewiston, because it is a pleasant place to visit, yet we think the dealers in merchandise generally tax us too high rates, and they cannot blame us if we go elsewhere when we can do so. The News would have done better for the town if it had kept silent upon the point of cheap trading, for we, in the country, all know his statement is a falsehood. Yours truly, Hans J. LEstce. Our correspondent must have learn ed by this time that the News was started and kept up for the purpose of bolstering up a few dealers in keeping up prices above rates charged elsewhere by falsifying the facts. But our coun try people must not think that all deal ers in this city favor this policy. We have several honorable exceptions and there are Vrnie houses here which will deal fairly with you, and the time will soon como when there will be more of the same sort. 'Miey believe in the principle of not only living themselves hut ia letting others live also without envying their success. It is to this class that we look for tho elements of prjsperity to our town. Cheap tor Cash. —We offer for sale the present dress of type and Washington No. 3 hand prcsH, all in good order, with about 40 fonts of display letter, that upon which the Teller is now printed, cheap for cash. Our increased business patronage compels an enlargement and s power press. Those who contemplate new departures will find here a bargain. Estray Notice. A_ME into my enclosure a bay mare colt. Buld face, right hind foot white, und ap parently about two yearn old» and has no brand or artificial mark upon her The owner in requested to come and prove property, pay charges and take the animal away. JOHN 0LIVKR. Waha Prairie, March 16. 1883. 24-tf NOTICE AND TAKE HEED. Owing to the dissolution of co-partnership heretofore existing between Bunnell Bros in Dayton, W. T., sud other important chang es, it becomes necessary that all parties in edisti dehted to me shall make immediate pay ment. It is to be hoped that this call will lie sufficient. Lewiston, I. T., Oct. 15. 3tf C. C. BUNNELL. ©C.C. KRESS Ö WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER A FINK ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES clock», and jewelry. Repairing a npeeail ty, next door to Orostcin A liinnard's store. TANNE W SHAEARMAN, Proprietor I IIAVK ESTABLISHED near the old brick yard, i TANNERY short distance from Lewiston, and have leather for sale now 1 will pay cash or trade leather for all kinds of hides, uiatresses and wool for sale. Msoplaste hair for sale. 15-3» ** FURNITURE STORE. Montgomery Street at kuad ol First. ; i constantly on hand for Jh ^ )f P , f „u .nJk of mrj rant; ïsd styl» of j.»r!or. dininr room and kitchen furniture ! LswUtos 1. T. " M. M. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, EEP8 CONSTANTLY ON 0ANP FOR . May lit 187». ttt. ail, •TMtfftfia i-Zim METEROLÔÔÎCÂL. REPORT, Rigial Servie* IJ. S. ADivision if Telegrams and Reporta flar the lésait at Commerce ui Agrtcaltare. Report of Observation, tak.n at Lewiston, I. T., nook »ding April Jib, 1*8*. DATS 1882 Uahu«lt*r Reduced to sta level. THB&MOM CTKR. | WIXD. j Total Rain fall in 24 hours. ntniuml STATS OF vrsATuml Dir. |Vcl.|Dir.|Vel |Dir.| Vel.| Local Time. | l.orttl Time. a. n. 4.20 ».so P 8.£i IA. M. 4.20 V5I KM. 820 I a. m. I 4.20 j r. m. I 0.20 1 P. Me 8.20 Mar. j 28 30.28 30.29 30.27 44,5 54 57 43.4 59 W 111 E 2 NK 4 00 Fair. »0 30.29 30.24 30 || 39.2 61.2 57 37 Y1-* NE I W 3 NE 3 00 Pair 31 30.09 29.98 29.90 43,6 66 62 41.7 78.5 K 0 w I SK 2 00 Clear. 1 29.99 29.93 29.83 45 66.2 58.7 43 74 ME 3 K1Ï 1 S 1 00 Clear. 2 29 8*1 29.87 29.88 43 64 55.2 41 71 W 0 W 1 SW 1 00 Fair. 3 29 98 29 92 29.90 42 61.8 55.7 39.5170 SK 1 vv 3 8 4 00 Clear. 4___ 29 98 29.93 29.95 42 64 59 39.5)70.3 pK * w « W • 00 Fair. Not».—Dalh iadioates rsisfsll too small lo measure, * Melted snow MISCELLANEOUS. f* [ T.S. BILLINGS, Managing Agt. j This house has now on hand a large and well selected stock of SADDLÈS AND HARNESS, They al*o manufacture to order all artiela« in the saddlery aud harness line, aud do all kinds of repairing. They keep for sale SADDLE AND HARNESS TRIMMING*, 8ADDLK and harness lint, and do all kinds repairing. They keep BLANKETS, and BRIDLES, and everything belonging to such nn establishment orders sent to T. 9. BILLINGS, manager, will rooeiVe prompt attention. 4tf WILLI WILLI STEM BAKERY. -ESTABLISHED IN 1*61. O BRECHTEÎ., BREAD, CAKES AND PIES -AUD ALL CLABSRB OF tore R A. O K E Fire Proof Building, - - 2-33-tf R H--V* walla Walla. A. MCGREGOR, -DEALER IN S. T. Suits' Celebrated WHISKIES, Bourbon and Rye Peach and Cherry Brandies, S. T. Suits' Maryland BITTERS and Cherry Cordials. AL80 KEEP ON HAND A FINE QUALITY OP IMPORTED Brandy, Sherry, Port Wine, AND GIN The,* liquor, are very doalrsble for Medicinal purpose, oh soeoiiat sf tkstr grant s tr e n gt and purity. Try tbsm, and If not what they er« recommended to b* don't bag them. Shipped direct from S. T. Suits' Distillery , Maryland. Main Street» - - - - LEWISTON. S. C. ISAMAN -WILL SELL HIS STUCK OV FANCY GOODS, MAGAZINES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PERIODICALS, --FOR COST, Until he Moves Into his sew Building. tST fell early end get s good article cheep for W. F. KETTENBACH, LEWISTON, IDAHO. FIRE- -Home Mutual, of California; Fireman*s FunH of California; Co mrn r rein I , of California; Hartford , of Hartford, Conn . LIFE-Ætna , New England Mutual , Travelers' Accident and Life Assurance Co OFFICE IN BREARLEY'S BANK. ALFRED DAMAS, -DKALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, j Wholesale and Retail.] Forwardingr, Commission and Shipping. +FIRE PROOF STORAGE.+ 13 tf HOUSE and LOT for SALS. TWO 8T0EY COTTAOl HOP»». vltk lot Stxll44 hex, tssLssJ ly pQE* fea *, situated near sshsel hoes* In Lewiston. 1« offered for sals* Ths hosts ssn b* benght end tbs fornltara. A gsvd ball slid sblleksle sn th* premire«. P*r farther jiahisiiiera enquire »I WALTON feftlOHT, hi Dames' tiesfc LEWISTON AND MT. IDAHO Line. It. ( . BROWE A CO., Prof i: Tsipi daily;...... Shndayl Uni* Lewltten, Leave Mt. Mähe S Arrive at beta piece« « p m. Freight Iahen on reattmoklt terme. O p r i ex—Hotel ds Fran os. Mme. Id Francois, Agent! flO-tf besinn* sew before tbs psbU*. Toe ass make menay fester ad sy'&ata*'*' will alert Von. fit a day am' st horn* by tbs industrloas._________ boys snd,girle wsslfd everywhere U *»rk foe as. Row Is tho time. Yoe see work te spare tim» oelr or givo peer wkule tltho lo.the best oess. Yob *m l|v* at k«h>e Mt d* tbs work! No other bailies» will pay yen ssarly as wall. Na ses saa foil to make snormoB* pay by m. gag log at ossa. Costly saMIs and terms Am Hooey mad* fast, easily aad hoaorably. Address TRUK A CO., Aagasta, Mains. Tiilo BOSS & BOSS Meat Market. - ( cLiftpmiNk a uiRiihii. i - PROPRIETORS! BEEP, MUTTON, TEAL, BACON, SAUSAGES, Fork, HAMS} Th* bast of m*»ts fro«* th* Mask aad by tbs qaartsr, sad »erred ia goad slyls bl. Paiona Low. * j||f 61 A IIV STRÊETE* - -M B A T market! JUST OPENEO IN THE NEW MAMET Mill DINK last sf tbs Barn*** tksp. GEO. MEISTER à SON, proprietor«, SA-tlSÀ-QE. of »very variety aad *T tbs bast quality, i featured from Park sad Beef, to rult easterners Vh» host çf Usais of every variety always oahsad. Priest low, .Call aad lost sar assom mant and be ooavii BA R T II I HOU Mosaôi^r, x. rc. BAVtNO taken tbie wsM-kaaem I n 1 h »v8 remodeled aad redt t ad |i!«!!r t wi, * > a ** ■odeni eoavanieaase. sd am prepared to eatarts la tbs travelling publie end customer« generally wKh' the beet tbe market afford«, duetts will laA tbit hussa a eumfurtsbU stopping paint, aad p pains spared far their oanvnieaea'. r*r Pellie p, fMfnmoge rwywci/ei/y alicM: M. C. TRUK. Prepriaten LAND PATENTS! I Patent procured for Towa-eitee, Mines, ffpasbh' Grants and ell «lessee of Pabliis Lead Katrisa* Appeals sad Coetssts M Interior Ds .....sot l sas for Miasm_____ ea h. MAMOBVtu.au *xst Pstsnla conducted, prepared. diroreey and Committor mt les, U. N Snprrme Canrt. Coart sf Claims sad Cirsait Coarts. Also la Patent Im/rie*rmtmt Smite, omit. Ls Droit Building, Look Box di*. >4-1; WASHINGTON, D. C, L. P. BROWN, Mount Idaho Hotel Mt. Iffftko 1 dttf *,