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:*.J Ul T* Il f# r * VOL. 1. LEH ISTOV, VORTH IDAHO, SATURDAY JASl'ART 37 . 18P7. I VO. Iff. TELLER. Published Every Saturday — ET— A. LELAND A SON, MONTGOMERY STREET ZÆWTSTON 1 . 7 . Tarais af 8nbeeri»tlon, at Cola Rataa. fimoL* Copt plk Year.....................'...$3 00 " " Six Mouths....-.............. 2 00 •* , " Two Months...............,. 1 00 Siafls Number..............................,..... < 25 Prepayment in all cases demanded. All pa* peri discontinued when time of subscription has expired. I.ecal Advertisements, la Cola ; Sheriff'sISala.................. ...;.........|20 00 District Court Summons....................... 25 00 Justice's Summons........ .................... 12 00 Probate Notice................................... 15 00 ' Kusinen« Advertisements la Cpla ; On« Column (14 in.,) per mo.,..............$30 00 One-half (7 in..) " ............... 20 00 One-fyurth'(4 in.,) " .... ........ ». 13' 00'' One-eighth (2 in.,) " ............... 8- 00 Single insertion of 1 in......................... 3 00 Each additional inch........................... 75 Prof«*«iotas 1 and business Cards of one square or less, per quarter................. 7 50 Good clean wheat, good butter, predelivered ts us at Lewiston, wilt be received in payment far subscriptions at Lewiston cash rates at time •f delivery. ALONZO LELAND. CHAS., F. LELAND, W. Gr. LANGFORD, Attorney-at-Law. LEWISTON, I. T., Will practice in all the Courts in Idaho and Washington Territories. 1-tf ALONZO LELAND, Attorney-at-Law, LEWISTON, IDAHO TERRITORY. Will practice-in all the Courts of North Idaho, and also the Supreme Court. _ ' p-tfj __ H. W. STAINTON, Physician and Surgeon, LEWISTON, I. T, Office snd Residence—Montgomery Read of Fourth. Street l-tf DAN McELWEE'S '' SALOON, ' Montgomery Street, iLJswns-zf©:# n„ v At the stand formerly kept by L. E.> Harris ■ext door east of the Postoffioe. Cell ip l-tf JAUSS J?lc< ORmCK. OFFERS His SERVICES AS O N REASONABLE TERMS. HIS EX periea«* and extensive knowledge of the ranges of stock in the vicinity of Lewiston e ™ him advantages in the business poseased i hut few if any other persons. Enquire at Coburn A Wardwell's, Lewis I. T. l-tf ORO FINO EXPRESS, BY m shoi * 3 DIT. 45 dfiARRYÎNG V. B. MAIL AND TARNEN- ^ jLJ ger* to »nd from Lewiston and Fier'** 2*/. trsnsacting business with WELL8, FAKCO & CO'S., Express, lesrinç 1 Lswiston on Mon<Uy snd arrivin/j at Piere« : gty on. Wednesday, leaving Pieree City on : Tnn rMay and arriving at Lewiston on Satnr- J «•F <!f eaah week J tf ' 00 00 00 25 00 00 00 00 j 00 I 00'' 00 i 75 L0EWBMK8 BROS, Wholesale and Retail D$lçp IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE* LEWISTON, IDAHO. H ave constantly ôn hand a large and complete stock of Dry Good«, Clothing;, Boots an'd Shoes, Groceries Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc., T 0 WHICH WE CALL THE ATTENTION _ of the publie. Knowing well the wants of the people, we have endeavored to fill our store with a stock of goods that will meet their requirements. GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND Prices Very Low. l-tf LOEWEXBERG BROS. JOHN P. VOLMER, ? ' i \ f if I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in OF ALL KINDS. ! * I I j A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY, â °Ä. Good*. Eto., Etc., Et oi | Lewiston, iVt., Oot., 21, 1876. l-tf j - ------------ --- ____j J A T K Ç H N' Q i Iirnwrisrniitr¥° /\uu , VI OADLkI l là OIL. j j I j Cures Rheumatism, strains, ear and toothache. HORSE OINTMENTS, t Y i > For .sweeny, strains, old lores et*., VINCENT'S patent liquid soap . for gin*«, paint, etc. Liquid harners wash, also BED MI G ERADICATOR AND VARNISH, all manufactured by J. K. TINCm. He also cures bunions, com* and watt*. He Will sell any of the above mixture* in large or small quantities. Call and sec him at Lew iston I. T. If not satisfied no pay required. l-tf j LUNA STABLE,! ! €J Street, Between 3d and 4tb, j LEWISTON, I. T. Feed, Livery A Sale Stabil, j , n Ify r >u Murka-Si'tck and no Airt ^ Taken to Ranch. t if N. B. HOLBROOK'. FrsfiHerwi .......... J— THE COMSTOCK BONANZAS. a Thö following lisi of the bonanzas of the Comstock will bo interesting to all who are watching the marvelous history of that mammoth vein. 1. Ophir and Mexican—Discovered on the surface and extended 500 feet in depth. Average width of ore, 15 feet; cubical contents, 112.000 tons ; approx imate value of ore, $22,000,000. • 2. Gould and Curry — Extended troui 'the surface to the depth of 500 feet. Average width of oie, 15 feet; length «long the vein, 500 feet ; cubical content», 190,000 tons; value of ofe, $37,500,000, 3. Savage—This was a continuation of the Curry bonanza, but not so rich. The ore continued down in the Savage claim to the very bottom of that mine, which is now 2,300 feet below the out croppings. 4. Hale and Norcross Bouanaa—, This body was struck at a depth of 450 feet. It averaged 10 feet in width, was about 200 feet long and stretched down to the 1200-foot level. Cubical coû tent», 75.000 tons ; value, $5,500.000. '•5. Chollar-Potosi bonanza—Struck at a depth of 500 feet; width of the vein worked, 100 feet ; ha9 extended, with bull few interruptions, down to (he present bottom of the mine, which is over 1,700 feet. Cubical conteuts, 1 - 500,000 tons ; value $24,000.000. 9. Gold Hill bonanza—This body extended from the surface to a depth of 500 feet, and for 300 feet on the vein. Contents,300,000 tons; value $10,000 - 1000 . - 1000 . ! 7. Yellow Jacket bonanza—Disoov* * cred on tho surface and extended down ward for over 7 »»0 feet. The ore on I this body was i*uite poor snd never I yielded much profit. Its total produc* j tion was nearly $5,000,000. 5. Kentuck bonanza—Three hun .. .._____ w + U|DO uuu . wide .„,1400 («t | deep. J h is ore was very rich. Con j tents, 100,000 tons, value, $10,000,000. 9- Crown Pointand Belcher bonaoza i —Discovered on the 1400-foot level aud , extended dnwuwa-d for COO feet. I» still producing in the Belcher. Con tents, 1.500,000; value, $50.000,000. j 10. Consolidated Virginia and Cali* j forma bonanza—This last and greatest I ore body which the lode has yet devel oped. was found by drifting eastward j from the 1500 foot level ihth what was supposed to be the efcst oountry rock. The bonanza In® above and below this, and is believed tonontnin $140.000,000. It extends for about 700 feet along the vein, is 600 feet in heighrh and nearly f 100 feet in width. (Ip to the present ) date it has yielded over $80.000,000,1 though discovered lose than 4 wn years ! ago, and is now producing «««ho rate of I j $120,000 per day. ' ! out put of ore is nearly 2,000 tons, and | Jt» y leid this year will approach $50,- j j 000,000. One halt of this (or more j j correctly, about 42 pf-r cent.)' is gold, , and the balance silver. When the amount of ore now in wight is taken out, the lode will have produced in all some thing over $300.000.000 in precious n étais. — >SforI; Exchange. rpu vir^-nrr ' T he Walla >' alia alley on the Snake river country, it* becoming some- . whnt noted for raising flaxseed. The j past year there has been about 75,000 bushels raised ; 60,000 raised in the Snake rirer 15,000. in the Walla Walla Oregonian. of this was eountry, and Valley.— A patient waiter a young d^tcr. smdsaaOs^M YIELD or Miff» FOR 18W. T , ~ ~ flf J. J. Valentine, superintendent of the bâillon department of Weill, Fargo A Co*l express, has made up bis aunuaUtatsosMt of the treasure product of the State* and Territories west of the Missouri rlVer. ft» total yield for the year may be su filmed tip as follows, es compared with last year; Gold—1875, $41,745,100 ; 1*76, $402$, 700. Silver—1875, $Z4,d43,800 $41,536,700. Lead, etc.—1875, $ 5 , 100 ,. 1876, $5,040,000. Totals — 1875. 000 $80,888,000 ; 1876, $00,874,70«.? The ÿielfi for 1875 vsi tbe largest up to that .tim.. The greatest increase is reported in NeVada, which it credited With prodUcing'$89,t81,> 000 , Cnlifornia, $18JH5 ooo ; Colorado, $6.990,600; Utah, $^0^,500; Montana! $2,777,000; Mexico, $2,148,700; Idaho, *1,674,000 ; British Çolumbiar$l t 44I*«0«i Oregon, $1,149.100; Arizona, $1,112.000; New Mexico, $350,800, and Washington! $62,400. In previous statement» no attempt bas bepn mad» to separate gold from dore silver, but great care has been taken tbie vear in giving the gold end silver product «eparately .—Slock Kxcfiaagt. T$1E CAMIAOB 44441» •The gentlemen wbo are Interest'd fi| artificial »ton«, by manufacture, durti* bility und adaptability to tbe ninny pur for - - . poses which it is claimed, worevery much tilcosedlast evenipg at the return of Col. Î hurpo from a jogg sojourn at Victoria end Seattle. They were re markably successful at thcle point®,* where the material which they rsprt* sent has met with gen oral favor, «öd i» < being extensively introduced. TbejDol. liad been here but a short time when he was closeted for several hours with ex Gov. D. K Thompson of Idaho. The* consultation was held in secret and mttst bave been of considerable importance, as the ex-Governor left this morning per steamer for the seat of fjövernmeot at Washington. The result of the con ference is unknown to outside partie«, but sufficient has leaked out to warrant us in saying that the™ is .an important movement on Toot, which if sucoesaful, and there is a good deal of probability in the report, will be of immense tcB vantago to tbe people of the whole State. The object of tbe trip to Washington ie no more nor less than to secure the con? tract for the building of the lochtf at tbe Cascades, which are to be constructed exclusively of artificial stoner As the amount deigned for this important «a* terprise exceeds $1,090,000, it may b« w • easily imagined how eager to secure, this ''fat take the gentlemen most deeply interested are. aiad that no stone will be left unturned that may lead to their final success, we feal assured. Important influences are now at work . —r------ —**«w «**■ »*»*»■. f secure the co-operation of promipeot ) * u * n ' arM ^ Wo have been informed that ev '^ c0 * e enough has heed received ! w hich plaoe the final aecompitelunent ef I fheir desire beyond tho possibility of doubt.— J*. Standard. | Counterfeit half-dollars ' bave been j freelv circulated in this city for the last j six months and Wo tnformatioö^ciftiljl be obtained of the son roe whence they etn* anated. JKeoeutly a family narood Bair living in the bill* in the viotnity of Green Valley near Oakland in ppijgWÿ county, was arrested and charged with the manufacture of the bogtn coin. ' n,e * v iucce8Rfu,, J P assed off on one mer* chant at Oakland seventy dollars worth . of the "queer." This led to their dis j covcry and arrest. They will be brought to this city for trial in the Cuited States District Court. The coin does not bear the impress of the genuine article, being soft and soapy to the touch and easily bent, but it has the jingle of the true metal which accounts for its large cir culfitron.— J*. Standard.