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m REPORT. . ",-1 Correspondent wanted A» each ! and Village in the County. fiions on all matters j published. Give publication, but v nm and Mnvtiu 'ieing druggists, haw ter build a fine ßtore Cotioifavood jn fho have secured two I ner <$f Main a s within ■TÖR, >, SO IDO WE THINK." )NWOOD, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. NUMBER 6. LA TORE »usineösg Rolls Merx ting Laws Along. Fell. 21.—Both houses oöüe legislature indulg ed to-day'Sn the diversion of a vrerfc to the publie schools where Washfhgton's birthday exercises Vefe'held. A large amount of business was disposed of. The King sol '.djerjt'-home bill was passed by a Unanimous vote. It appropriates $25,000, for which the state is to lie. reimbursed from the sals of •lands. Senator Morris' bill providing that blind and illiterate persons may have their ballots marked by judges, and extending tire time of registration to the Satur day before election, was passed. Several bills were indefinitely postponed, among them the fol lowing: Mills' bill to prevent employers from compelling em ployes to board at certain places or trade at certain stores; An derson's house bill fixing the time of county levy on October after the assessment shall have been completed; Burgan's bill for a supreme court reporter and Barrett's house bill creating the county of Lake out of the present count}' of Bear Lake and a por tion of Bingham. In the house a somewhat ani mated debate arose over the edu cation bill, an effort being made to take the appointment of the state board of text book com missioners out of the hands of the governor. This was defeated by a vote of 23 to 9. Another lively time was had over the apportionment of school moneys, during which the ser geant-at-arms had to be called to compel Heim of Shoshone to take his seat. He subsided at this point of proceedings. The apportionment was finally fixed at one-third among the districts and two-thirds per capita. Both houses are holding even ing sessions. In the senate this morning Mr. Ruick's bill, providing that debts may be discharged in either sil ver or gold coin, was passed, a contract stipulation to the con trary notwithstanding. (Continued on third page.) Grangville. J. F. Ailshie has been appoint ed one of the regents of the state university, and has been at Mos cow during the past week attend ing a meeting of the board. Justice Bonebrake has been trying the case Creay this week, of battery. The jury not being able to agree, the case will be brought up again Saturday. The second term in the acade my closes this week. The spring term will commence next Mon day. The evening writing school taught by Prof. Magee closes this week. ; ! J j of Rhett and i It was a case j Mr. Friedenrich and family started this week for Portland on .a five or six weeks' visit. G. W. E. Graham, Dealer in furnture and undertak er's supplies. Special attention given to undertaking and em balming. I have the finest and cheapest, and will not he under sold by anybody. Three doors west of the post office, Grange ville. Idaho. NOTICE TO OWNERS. Sec. 1300. Every person tak j 1 j : ing up any stray animal, must within five days thereafter, notify the owner thereof, if to him known, and request such owner i to pay all reasonable charges and j , j Sec. 1361. Any person find-| take such stray away. WHEN MAY BE TAKEN UI ing an animal known to be an estray upon land enclosed and in the possession of such person, at any time between the first day of November and the first day of April, may immediately take up such animal as an estray; or if, during such time, an animal be found upon premises occupied by another, in a condition to require . food to preserve its life, it may j be taken up and published as an i estray in accordance with the provisions of this title. i NOTICE WHEN OWNER UNKNOWN. ; ÖEC. 1362. if the owner or j claimant of any stray animal be unknown, the taker-up must j within ten days after taking up j such animal post written notices : giving a description of such ani- j mal, the marks, brands, natural j or artificial as near as practica- i ble, the name and residence of j the taker-up, and the time at ; which the same was taken up, j on in three public places in the j county, and one also shall be i posted at the door of the Audi- j tors office of said county, or give j such notice by publication there- j of in a weekly newspaper pub fished in the county, in at least ! four issues of said paper; the . written notice must also be de- , posited by the taker-up of such estray in the office of the countv ; auditor, and must be kept on file : by said auditor for the period 0 f | : Y mnn( v,„ ! j owner of estray s. j Sec. 1363. If the owner, or | any person entitled to the pos- j session of any estray, appears at j any time within two months af ter said notice is filed with the ; auditor, as aforesaid, and make : out his right thereto, he is en- ; titled to the possession of such estray upon payment of all law ful charges which have been in curred in relation to the same; Provided, That he need not pay for the keeping of said estray more than five days prior to the filing of the notice with the au ditor by the taker-up. settlement of amount of DAMAGES. Sec. 1364. If the owner and taker-up of any estray cannot agree upon the amount of • such charges, or for the use of any such stray, either party may make application to any justice of the peace of the county where such stray was taken up to settle the same, and the party making such application must give no tice thereof to the other party, and if any amount be found due to the taker-up by said justice, over the value of the use of such stray, the same is a lien on said stray until paid by the owner, together with the cost of such adjudication, and if not paid, said justice may enter up judg ment and issue execution, com manding the sale of such estray to pay such debt and costs, but only such stray can lie made lia ble for debt and costs, and either party has the right to appeal to the district court as in other cases. ; ; I ! ; SALE OF ESTRAYS. Sec. 1365» If any person en titled to the possession of any estray does not appear and sub stantiate his title thereto, and pay the charges thereon, within two months from the time when such notice is liled with the coun ty auditor, such estray must lie sold at the request of the taker up by the sheriff or any consta ble of the county, at public auc tion, upon first giving public notice thereof, in writing, by posting up the same in three of the most public places in the precinct where such estray was taken up. at least ten days lie fore such sale: and the taker-up may bid tlrereon at such sale; and after deducting all the law ful charges of the taker-up, as aforesaid, and the fees of the sheriff or constable, which are the same as on an execution, the remaining proceeds of such sale must be deposited in the county treasury penalty for rescue. Sec. 1366. If any person, with out the consent of the taker-up, takes away any stray taken - . . "P pursuant to the provisions of this title, without first paying all the lawful charges incurred in relation to the same, he is lia ble to the taker-up for the full value of such stray, and may lie proceeded against before any court having competent jurisdic tion. PENALTY F0K neglect to ad vertisf 0 , , Sec. 13b t. If the taker-up of ai W eBtra y "«S 1 «*® caUBe the same to he advertised, or notice thereof to he post ed, or if he moves or causes the same to be moved beyond the bounds of the county where taken up, or if he neglects to perform any of the duties required of him by this title, he is precluding from ac quiring any right of property in such stray, and from receiving any damages or charges for keep ing same, and he forfeits and must pay into the county treas ury, a sum equal to the value of euch stray, to be sued for and recovered by the county treasur er in the name of the county, and the amount so recovered must be applied to the common school fund of the county, CLAIMING PUO ceeds by owner. ,, , ,, . '. Kc ' ^ ^ ie °} vner or !'! aimant of any stray sold under *} l ° P 1 '°^ 1Blor ' B this title within | the period of six months after ! such sale make satisfactory proof j of ownership to the county com j missioners of said county in | which said stray was sold, the j said commissioners must there j upon order a warrant to be drawn upon the treasurer for the amout ; paid to him upon the sale of : such estray. In case such proof ; j s not made within the said six months the money must be ap plied to the county school fund ; of the county. ; when estray may re taken up. Sec. 1369. Nothing in this I title must be so construed as to permit any person or persons to take up or treat any animal as an estray between the first day ! of April and the first day of ; November. PENATY FOR COMMISSION. Sec. 1370. If the taker-up of estray property converts the same to his own use, before the title thereto vests in him accord ing to law, or if he knowingly and willfully violates any of the provisions of this title, he may be fined in any sum not exceed ing five hundred dollars; but in case estrays are work animals, they may be used by the taker 1 up in the same manner as though he were the owner thereof, and the value of such use must be deducted from the charges at taching to such estray. W ould Y ou Like a Picture? "THE ELITE," Grangeville's new photograph gallery, is now open for business. The best con structed and equipped gallery in Idaho. New instruments, elab orate scenery, latest novelties and styles. Artistic photogra ph j' executed "rain or shine." If you wish fashionable and life like photos, crayon or water-col or portraits, call at "The Elite," Orangeville, Idaho. Hanson, Photographer. 200 Men wanted To buy business and residence lots in the town of Cottonwood, the future Town of the great Camas Prairie. Consult, J. S. Rhoads, Mount Idaho, Idaho garCALL ON WAX & GOLDSTONE WHEN IN NEED OF MERCHANDISE SUCH AS' Grocerie » oods Dry and VX O K) & s O Complete Crockery and Lowest 0 : : LARGEST Hardware Stock Etc Prices Id Cotto n wood We also carry a Full Line of Sash & Doors, Boots & Shoes, Paints, Oils & Glass, Diugs, ifec.. , c TONW 0 The Traveling Public, and Transient Guests Generally, will find Superior Accommodations This Hotel. The Comfort and Convenience of Guests will he a Principal Consideration In the Management of this House, and our Patrons will Receive the --Worth of their Monev.—— Good Tables, Good Beds, Treatment," Is Our Motto. CHARGES REASONABLE. C. B. Wood, Proprietor, COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. Keuterville Shingle Mill, P. N. POWELL, Proprietor, Keeps Constantly on Hand First and Second-class Shingles. Shingle Yard with Wax & Gold stone, at Cottonwood. Special H Prices to Contractors. MILL, Miles West of Keuterville. Ttie Bank; of Camas Prairie Grangeville, Idaho The Only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County. stock; (Evilly Eeiici), - - - - --"OFFICERS:—-- $ 50,000 F. W. KETTENBACH, " President. A. FREIDENRJCH, Vice President. W. W. BROWN, Cashier. ——DIR ECTORS :-- GEO. REIBOLT, B. F. MORRIS, HENRY WAX. JAMES EDWARDS, P. H. READY, A. FREIDENRICII, F. W. KETTENBACH. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Money to Loan on Long or Short Time. Exchange Bought And Sold. A General Banking Business Transacted. The Patrcmege of the People of Idaho County is Respectfully Solicited.