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VOL. 1 . LEWISTOY, YORTII IDAHO, SATIRDAY EEBRI'ARY 3.1877. r- o : . a I ... _________ J / WO. THE TELLER. Pnblisbetl Every Saturday —BY— A. LELAND & SON, MONTGOMERY STREET LEW I ST OS 1. 1. Term« of Subscription, nt Coin Rate«. SrneLB Copy per Year ........................$2 Oft i <■ " Six Months .................. 2 Oft • • " Two Montus ................. 1 t)0 g ingle Number.................................... 25 Prepayment in all cases demanded. All pa pers discontinued when time of subscription has expired. Lecnl Advertisements, In Coin : Sheriff's Sale......................................$20 00 District Court Summons....................... 25 00 j Justice's Summons............................ 12 00 | Probate Notice................................... 15 00 . Itusiiiea» Advertisement« In Coin : One Column (14 in.,) per mo. f ..............$20 00 | One-half (7 in.,) " 20 Oft I One-fourth (4 in.,) " 12 ftO ; One-eighth (2 in.,) " 8 Oft Single insertion of l in......................... 3 00 i Sach additional inch........................... 75 Professional and business Cards of one square or less, per quarter................. 7 50 Good clean wheat, good butter, predelivered te us at Lewiston, will he received in payment fer subscriptions at Lewiston cash rates at time : ef deliver v. ALONZO LELAND. CHAS., F. LELAND. J W. Gr. LANGFORD, j Attorney-at-Law. LEWISTON, I. T., Will practice in all the Courts in Idaho and Washington Territories, l-tf ALONZO LELAND, Attorney-at- L aw, LEWlâTON, IDAHO TERRITORY. Will practice in all the Courts of North Idaho, and also the Supreme Court. [l-tf] H. W. STAINTON, Physician and Surgeon, LEWISTON, I. T, Office and Residence—Montgomery Street Head of Fourth.. l-tf DAN McEL WEE'S SALOON, Montée in er y Street, ILaWMWOW H» At the stand formerly kept by L. E. Harris Beat doqr east of the Postoffice. Call in l-tf JAMES MCCORMICK. OFFERS HIS SERVICES AS UramFÜEIRa O N REASONABLE TERMS. HIS EX- I perience and extensive knowledge of the j jf.nges of stock in the vicinity of Lewiston :>ves him advantages in the business posessed ■J l'ut few if any other persons. Enquire at Coburn Si Wardwell's, Lewis toi >. I. T. l_tf ORO FINO EXTOESS, BY Dwsmi & SDH. lARRYING u. s. mail and PASSEN.) géra to and from Lewiston and Pierce VAnA r%n,act * n E business with WELLS, j KGO dc CO'S., Express, leaving i wiston on Monday and arriving at Pierce k/ °? Wednesday, leaving Pierce City on Hj. . «wuvousji ice. A Ivlvv VliJ V** L. lt ,y »ad arriving at Lewiston on Satur r* H «»oil week l-tf LOEWENBERG BROS., Wholesale and Retail Dealers IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. i j | . | I ; i : J j LEWISTON, IDAHO. H AVE CONSTANTLY ON large and complete stock of HAND A Dry Roods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Groceries Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Cigare, Etc., Etc., 0 WHICH WE CALL THE ATTENTION of the public. Knowing well the wants of the people, we have endeavored to fill our store with a stock of goods that will meet their requirements. T GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND Prices Very Low. l-tf LOEWEXBEKO BROS. JOHN P. VOILIER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu OF ALL KINDS. ! : j ! ; j j j > j I j A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DPT j\_ Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Crockery; and Glassware, Cutlery, Tobacco, Miners'I Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc. Lewiston, I. T., Oct., 21, 1876. l-tf J ACKSOK S WOMDERFI L OIL. Cures Rheumatism, strains, ear and toothache. HORSE OINTMENTS, For sweeny, strains, old sores etc., VINCENT'S patent liquid soap for glass, paint, etc. Liquid harness v.a^ i. also BED BUG ERADICATOR AND VARNISH, all manufactured by J.K. VINCENT. He also cures bunions, corns and warts. He will sell any of the above mixtur .« in large or small quantities. Call and se. him a- Lew iston I. T. If nui satisfied no pay requited. l-tf LUNA P 1*3 b i LH, I j C Street, Between 3d and 4tli, LEWISTON, I. T. Feed, Livery & Sale Stabil. Hyou AIuck-a-Muck and no Airs Stock Taken to Ranch. j i 1 tf 5. B. HOLBROOK. Proprteeev. ACTS Of THE MYTH IDAHO ASSEMBLY. We copy the following from the A va lanche : An act to amend an aot concerning District Attorneys. An act concerning rights of way, easements and other necessary means for the development of mines, An act to change the uame of Wil liam to that of William Clearer. An act to amend an act entitled an act relative to elections. An act concerning hogs running at large in Alturas County. An act fixing salaries of certain officers in Ada County. An act to amend the city charter of Boise City. An act regulating the compensation and fees of officers in Bear Lake Co. An act regelating the salary of the Treasurer of Oneida County. Au act relating to houses of ill fame in Boise City. An act relating to Boise County fi nancial matters. Resolution rescinding contract for keeping arms. An act suplcmeutal to and amenda tory of an act relating to loeatiuu of quartz mine's. An act to provide for the levying and collecting of a hospital tax in Shoshone County. A resolution to enquire into and re port the number and kind of arms on hand. An act providing for joint enclos ures in Bear Lake County. An act regulating salaries and fees iu Shoshone County. An act to compensate J. D. Agnew for certain services. An act creating a sinking fund in Shoshone County. A resolution compensating W. B. I'iggerstaff for serving subpoenas, etc. An act to authorize the construction r ___i • u •_ of R wa ? oa road in TÎ ° 1SC ( An act to provide for redeeming out standing warranta in Nez Peroe County. An act defining the time for com mencing civil actions. An uct providing that Oneida Coun ty pay Bear Lake County certain por tion« of school moneys. An act changing time of meeting of Legislative Assembly to second Mon day in January. An act to amend an act creating the Board of County Commissioners. An act defining the' boundary lino between Alturas and Oneida Counties. An act to protect game in Idaho. An act amending estray law. An act providing for the redemption of warrants in Ada County. An act to protect the officers of the law in the performance of their duties. An act relating to the Probate oourt of Nez Perce County. An act regulating salaries and fees and the collection aud disbursements of revenue in Owyhee County. An act to change the name of Isaiah S. Watson to John Singleton Watson. An act to provide for refunding Ter ritorial bonds. An act to provide for imprisoning Territorial prisoners in county jails. An act creating and defining the jurisdiction of the Courts of Justice of the Peace. An act to amend an act entitled "an act lor securing liens to mechanics aud others" An act amending the Revenue act, providing for county bidding off prop erty for taxes. An act amending the civil practice act. An act relating t> District Attor neys. An act to amend the Revenue law rah«ting to poll tax*». of in An act providing that all reventtès collected from bankers and carrière of gold dust and bullion shall be retained by the counties, aud reducing the rates of carriers of the fifth class. The above mcasnres originated hi the Council. The following originated in the House : An act regulating discovery of quarts lodes in Lemhi County. An act regulating the foes of oert&in officers in Lemhi County. An act regulating feesof officers in Alturas Couuty. , n < > An act regulating hospital tan in Nez Perce County. An act fixing compensation of Pro-' bate Judge in Nez Perce Coüflty. ' * An act to compensate C. M. Haye for services rendered. A resolution to pay J. H. Wicker sham 8300 for services as an expert. An act concerning roads and high ways in Boise County. 1 An act to amend an act concerning roads, highways, trails and public thor oughfares. An act to regulato tho oxpenso of collecting the Territorial moneys. This act provides that the Assessor shall bava two per cent for assessing and four per cent for collccting r The Coun ty Treasurer three per cent and tho Auditor three per ceut. An act to regulato marks and brandi of stock. h An act to encourago agriculture and manufactures aud to provide a right of way for canals, etc. A resolution asking Secretary Curtis to prepare a statistical and horticultur al sketch of resources of Idaho, etc. An act fixing salary of Probate Judge of Ada County, and ^providing paymont thereof. An act relating to tho slaughtering of cattle and the protection of stoek owners. , 'n This provides that butohore shall keep a book describing cattlo slaugh tered and from whom purchased. An act providing for bridges and fords over water ditches. An act for the protection of human life. It provides that heirs may reoover where a is killed the fault •I*' where a person is killed by the fault of a company. An act amending the rovenue law provides that. feamBters residing oUt of the Territory shall not be taxed in tha Territory, if they shall have paid taxes where they reside. An act to regulato marriages, pro vides a less troublesome mode of pro ceeding. An act concerning publie printing, provides that advertising for printing blanks shall be done in four newspa pers, for four consecutive weeks, at a q V f cost of $25 each ; and the same act pro vides that the Controller, Treasurer and Superintendent of Public Instruction shall report to tho Governor twenty days before the «ession of the Legisla ture, and when required make special reports ; and the same may be printed before the beginning of eaoh session. An act amending the revenue laws, - provides that on the second Monday,in, , December the Sheriff shall make an en try on the assessment roll tbàt he bas levied upon all property therein assessed,'■ ' the taxes on which has not been paid, if etc. A resolution providing for furniahing each member oi the Legislature with a copy of the Revised Code. An act granting leave of absence to D. H. Howser, County Commissioner of Idaho county. There arc a few other bills and reso lutions of no general interest and whioh cannot be given underetandingly with out copying them in full.