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Why raivw>t a l >01 't>° 11 of our rieh lands around Lowiston Ik* cultivated to the g.tnwtli of sugar le-ets.' In Frane^t*ere are 470 heet root sugar factor^*- Belgium has 1IC and Prus *ia In the Zollverein there are ually worked up for sugar 2,. "»00, 000 wis of beets. In many other ports k Europe the Ix-et is manufactured into sugar. The cultivation of the sugar beet is extending yearly in Eu rope. They also grow (he beet for al cohol by distillation. In lïirkshire, England, Robert ('■amphell has a farm of over 3,000 acres under cultivation of the sugar beet, and has established stills and other apparatus for the man ufac ure of u'.ehohol on tl is same farii Ho confident is In* of success that he has started a similar farm for the same purpose in Austria. Why could not this industry be inaugurated in Idaho, where the richest and most fruitful lands are that are known in the world? To ascertain if our crops of beets are of the kind containing proper quan tities of the suerate for the manufac ture of sugar, take a small slice from several beets, supposed to bo of a su perior quality. Put each piece in a solution of sal' and water; those pieces which contain much sugar will sink and those beets from which you cut the chunk you can plant, for seed. In Russia the beet farms contain some 2,000 acres. The average beets in that county is nine or ten tons per acre. The juice yields from seven to eight per cent of sugar. Boggy or peatv lands arc found to be very injurious to the sugar beet by introduc ing too much saline nia'ter and prob ably nitrates the presence of which in volves extra expense and trouble to separate lbe sugar from them. It does appear that Idaho lands are well adapted to the raising of this sugar beet all things considered. Who will report on it? or vield of ! Criminal Bra» th us. -A couple of men named respectively Hixlgeraaml Wauilly, liv ing near Pine Creek, have got themselves in . a nice scrape. Some time ago under protenre I of engaging in farming, they bought of j Nowbury^ Hawthorne & Co. a threshing, a machine an. 1 some other implements, paying j for part of them, arid soon after bought sev- . oral wagons, a hack and othergoodaon credit, They also purchased a numlrer of horses on J time from different parties. After converting , the machinery and tu oh other stulfaswaatoo oumbersum ; for the: i to carry ulf, into cash, Hoger l . ■» some forty head of horses and other goods and started for Mon tana. Wadly stayed around a few dav* after his departure to ward off suspicion, and then took the track of his ac complice. The affair soon came to the knowledge of the officers of the law, who armed t?eo. Truax with a warrant and star ted him after them. Wadly and wife were overtaken a short distance from Cieur d' Alene and brought back, but as Mr. Truax's horse had given out he could nut fol low Hedgers who was about one hundred miles ahead of his partner. A description of Kodgershas been sent to Missoula by tele graph, and he will lie arrested when he reaches that point. ~P. Omette. The Hing. From n mere bauble, an insignia of wealth (Mid aristocracy, the Greeks ele vated the ring to a sentimental dis tinction, and since that date it has as sumed a significance according to no other article of personal adornment, as a token of atlection between the living, of eternal remembrance of dead or distant friends. Gold-workers and lipedarien have exercised their iugenu ty in order to invent new and fantas tic designs, to invest it with beauty or singularity ; epigrammatists have ex hausted their wit upon fitting mottoes to be inscribed within its enchanted circle ; but it was reserved for the French jewelers of modern times to insnare the fancy by so adroitly ar ranging the gems in their spelling as to spell out, with their initial letters, some graceful sentiment or pet name. In earlier days medicinal qualities wore supposed to reside in the wed ding ring, capable of removing imper fections of the skin, though iu later ages it would seem to be more eflectual in developing imperfections of the tem per ; in those ages of easy faith a ring which had touched the skulls of the Magi, reposing in solemn splendor in Cathedral of Cologne, would secure the owner against the evil eye, sudden death, or accident, w hile that which bore the name of one of those Kings the East, or had been blessed by the sovereign on Good Friday, «-as a talis man. to which the most fastideous uhl not ol jcct, against crumps. Le nd and history meet about, this little ipo of gold, and enrich w ith a spell or story, as the ancient jewelers bean titled it with elaborate chasings and precious stones, with skillful lalmr lavished upon cameo and intajio. Nowadays it has Iwcome a somewhat matter-of-fact ornament ; rustic lover* no longer break it in halves as an as Miranee of constancy, ballad-makers no longer bang their rhymes upon it; all the cunning of our approved civi iza tion cannot fashion us a ring like Solo mon's which can seal the evil genius of the times in a jar; and what gold smith of to day can warrant his rings to render the purchaser invisible, or to appease the injured gods tbro-n into tbs sea? In brief, the ring bus figured not only in domes.ie concerns, in af fairs of love and witchcraft, but in church and state; and thus to the fem inine mind is supposed to be peculiarly susceptible to a regard for guwgaws and finery, yet the ring l ad long lost it novelty hefor its use was extended to women. - Kr M <iuad Mays. 1 desire to say a few word.*) to those liar* who have written auch glowing descriptionsof the pleasures of camping out. In the first place it takes about eight men to pitch a tent. » have seen lots of them pitched, and in no onecase was it • success unless there were six or seven bosses to one w orker. Even then in many cases, the tent was pitched ofr a bluff or into the lake. This Ohio party had a fine large tent along, and we put it up on the shore of Little Traverse Bay. We were cx ! act Iy hours getting that tent in to position in one of the worst places along the shore, and when the last stayrope was hauled taut three band to-hand tights were imminent, and two lone, and very mad men were search ing the woods for clubs. Our supper consisted of black coffee, burned ham and crackers, and the first one who suggested that it was romantic was hit in the eye with an onion which the Dayton editor had been wearing on •« string around his neck to keep off the ague. At midnight our status was as fol lows: The Engineer man had a chill, the Gazette man had the ear-ache; the Commercial representative was grop ing around in the dark after his lost liver-pad; the two Dayton editors were . disputing about a missing blanket; the I Toledo philosopher had something j down his hack which he believed was a lizard, und he was in doubt as to j whether he had best elitne a tree or . jump into the bay. As for ine, 1 was whooping around with the toothache J and trying to quiet the Contributor, , who believed he had been bitten by a rattlesnake. The seven Ohio men had for years been brothers to each other, and yet during our first day of camping out other, yet during our first day of camping out there were no less than four quarrels among them. The slighest excuse, such as kicking over the coilee-pot or stepping into the pail of Imiter, fur nished the pretext for a jangle. It somehow fell to me to play the part of peace-maker, hut I got tired afier a while and sailed in on the Toledo philosopher for abusing my way of breaking good and bad eggs into the same frying pan. After the first day it rained. After the second day it hailed. After the first night the eight of us had sore noses, sore throats, red eyes and a barking cough. After the second night we liad lame backs, flying pains and the nightmare about four times per night. The man who said he ever took one hour's solid comfort camping out hadn't better let on 1 * of those seven Buckeyes strike his trail.— Ex. DRESSMA RING. M HS. DAUO11KRTYHASHKTCKNKI) ami associated herself with Mrs. Vin iug in rooms with Mrs. White, where they will carry on the business of dressmaking in • Latest Improved Stylen. MHS. DAUGHERTY will superintend JifThey guarantee prompt attention to their patrons, both old aud uew'S-l 2tt A. A. LIEUALLEN — DEALER IN— limerai nrrcUaiiilise, MOSCOW, 1. Ta I have on hau l a full ami complete stock of Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Hats i ups, t Tot hing ami all other goods usually found in a general Merchandi> * store, which I oiler toy sale at the Lowest • *sir Prt; es. GÎ't me a call. A. LisuMien. IN-jE-W BOOT &, SHOE STORE SALE WORK OF SAN FRANCISCO MAKE Sold CHE 4P, for CASH. WOMEN, CHILDREN «ad MENS WEAR. I#'Alan made to order. Repa ring of all kind«-*» GEORGE GLASS, Montgomery at., Lewiston, I, T. SON I® 33 SMITH. *i. ii. KPR t«ri:, H AS At!AIN OPINED SHOP IN C. C. Bunnell'* hardware store, whm he i* pre p*nd r« (i.* ill kinds of pun ind pistol work .1 I ket and genera! johldof, alio sewing machines. siring all kiuda of 43tf. A. MIAS Duller iu cener.il MERCHANDISE. I« , »rvv a riling and Commission* I havo ordern to sell CHEAP! A con si ment lately arrived consisting in part of stained Glass Roges, Va.» es, Toys. Ruby hid I Doll f'a r riages, Hoys' Wagon«, Albums, "Standard" Hase Halls and Hits, Croquet Sets, Fishing Poles and Baskets; also a Blacksmith's Fp ritibt, self feeding Drill. Mantel and Pier Looking Masse* i f'r, No No Nu »Nu a d.c. WAIT. REAL ESTATE, COLLECTOR AND LOAN AGENT, LEWISTON, I. T. iTTc. BROWN, -DEALER IN — GENERAL HIT. MERCHANDISE, IDAHO. lie Dost Goods at Low Prices. •I'f A »NTH guaranteed. $12 a tiny nt home made by the indus trious. Capital not required; we wdl «tart you. Men. women, boys an do uiorcy faster at work for us than at anyt j else. The work is light and pleasant., and such as anyone can go right at. Those who are wise who see this not!«« will son ! us their address at once and see tor themselves. Costly outfit and terms free Now is the time. Those already at work arc aying up lurge sums of money. Address Truk a Co., Augusta Maine. 43-1 y JOHN BKEAREEY, BANKER, l)F.POSITS RECEIVED SU BJ ECT TO CHECK, AND INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. \ Bay and Sell Exchange. and ( ViHection» ma*lo on all points. OFFICE: Ou Main street at head of sec ond, Lewiston. I. T. 4(itf McGRANES RESTAURANT A.XD BAKERY. novTGon a: at v st. The lmst the market affords. Served up on short notice and iu the best of style. Better than any other house iu North Idaho and at prices to suit the times. N. B.—Attached to the house I have fit ted up a PRIVATE I'lWINC ROOM for the KR< KI'TIOX OF I.AIHFS. Private entrance on I). street. House open day sod night. Lewiston 1. T. Nov. 7th ItiTH -ASK FOR-- Union India Rubber Co's., Dure Para Gum CRACK PROOF BI BBER BOOTS and COATS. B KWAKE OF IMITATIONS ! He sure the Bouts are stamped ('AM TA' IW'liOF on the keels, and have the /7 IUJ til .1/ o n the R»ut and instep, which prevent their cracking or breaking. They will last twice as long as any other manufac tured. H it SA1.E BY A l*L Dü \ LKHS. ALL KINDS KlBBBl: BKLTTNG, PACK IN<», BOSK. SPRINGS. CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc., Goodyear Rubber Co. R II. PEASE, Jr. 1 : Agent», S. M. RUNYON. I M-I» San f rantiMO. BAKERY, .1 All ES McGKAIE PROPRIETOR. Montgomery St, Lewiston Idaho, I N CONNECTION WITH HIS BAKERY he ha, npened a ehoji houae. where can V.e found, at. any hour of the DAY' OR NIOIIT, Choice Porter lion»« »teak», Ilam and Egg», OvrteTn At*., cooked in order. No China slope served up, hut the liest of everything the mtir ket affords, and in Ilia heat style. 62-tf i l.ewlhtim W hull *aie I'rlres. f'r, Sugar per tb ............... ..............* 15* No 1. I»Un 1 " ............. 12A Not. " *• ............... h No Y C. K. Coffee, per ff» ...... 2Û Nu ............... 221 »Nu 1. China Rice " • • . 10 Dried Apples " ....... 12 ■■ l'eaehe» " ....... 15 Conrse «tit, per 100 ff>........... ............ 3 60 Fine ...... ........... ........... 4 50 Liverpool ** " " ou Nail», per keg ............... J6 30 tn 7 25 Calico, per holt, per yard ...... Cub-.t A. *• " ...... S 11 " W " ...... 10 Die a Muslin " " ....... ... Sj to *. 7 Potatoes per ff> .............. i Lutter " ............... 3« Eggs per <l»i ................ _____ 25 LEWISTON B A K i : K AT MONTtT0M ER I' STREET, LEWISTON, I. T. B HEAD, PIES AND CAKES : ALSOU 110 oeries Confectionary, Liquors und Cigars Wildenthnier has purchased fill the in :at ot Conrad Wintsch in the above business i will hereafter lo business in the name ol . WILDEN i'If \ LEU. 18-tf 23-tf. ; WALLA WALLA STEAM o A k i<: is Y, ESTABLISHED IN 1 -61. O. BRECHT HI,, MANUFACTURER OF . BKIMO, CAKES, TIES, A XU OX Ii S Y US or «TC R A C Iv E HH.'W FIKE-rUOOF MAIN STREET...... BULBING, .....WALLA WALLA 2 - 33 -tf A WEEK in you capital risked. You < iness a trial without bent opportunity evei wn town, and no i can give the Ims ixpeflse. The •fifered to these willing to w• rk. You should try nothing else until you tee for yourself what you can do at the hardness we offer. No rooui to explain here, You can devote all your time or only your ."pare time to the business, and make great pay for every hour you work. Women make as much as men. Send for special private terms und particulars, which we mail free. Don't c< mplnin of hard times when you have such a chance. Address, II. IIsllrtt A Co., Portland, Maine. 43.1 y H ! SSI) *'< ;it it«n. Contains If'scrlptlons of every The I irho in Alee I t loir ,...... .. ...... MONTGOM LHY WARD Ä CO.. 2'47 Jk 'J ~tf Wabash A ve., Ciiicago, IIL TO $*1000 A YEAH, or to $20 n day iu your own locality. No risk. Women do as well us mer Many make more than the amount stated above. No due can fail to make money fast. Any o».p can so the work. A' ou can make from 50cts. to $2 in hour by devoting your evenings and spare time to the business. It costs nothing to try the business. Nothing like it for money mak ing ever offered before. Business pleasun* and strictly honorable. Header, if you want to know all about the best paying business before the public, semi us your jiddress and we will semi you full particulars and private terms free; samples worth $5 also free; you can th. umuke up your miud for yourself. Address, '1 forge Stissos a Co. Portland Maine. 4! 1.V STABLE —ANI — CARRIAGE HIRES AT TUB TUJjNTA. STABLE, I Street, Between 3d anti 4<h. LEWISTON, I. T. Feed, Livery & Sale Stabk BUGGY TEAMS Ss SADDLE HORSES Stock Taken to Ranch. S. B. HOLBROOK. April 13th, 18/8, tf. Proprietor. Corner 51U and Montgomery Sts, * LEWISTON I. T. I NI! It! HOTEL IS MFWLT BUI 1.1 hard finiehod throughout, has »II thh MODERN CONVENIENCES Comfort Öf Gueats And is kept as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE. general stage office, Avd headquarters for all express lines run nine to and from Lewiston. RAYMOND SAFX, Proprietor. Late of Hotel dc France 49-tf OHO Fl\0 K X I J R E 8 8 D. B. DUN WELL, I'llOI'JtIKTOK. gi AB HYING V ® j gera to and Citv, ti an.'HCtii.g FÀKGO it CO%( ; ity I i;ur W. dne.s lay, day and arrivirt; tl each week AIL AND PASSEN Low iston m.l 1'ii rec ness with « ., Express leaving and h rrtv in : at Piece ce City .>n at Lewiston (in Sntur 4S-tf S .A^ZDIDTL. GREAT BARGAINS —IN— SADDLES AND IUUNESS —AT— T. S. BILLINGS ■GOATODYI U Y STk BET, j- /. EII7.S' TO.V, l. T. IMPORTER ^MANUFACTURER —OF THK BEST— SADDLES and HARNESS, WHIP«. SPUR.-:, CURRYCOMBS, UH1DLF, HITS, STIRRUPS anJ HARNESS TRIMMINGS toon « 4 LE. CARRIAGE TRIMMING . Done on short, notice. REPAIRING 0? ARTICLES IN HIS LINE. A It, SALES an*l MI. WORK ta LOW PR/ ' S. Folly to go ELSEWHERE to PURCHASE. April 13th, 1S73, tt. FURNITURE STORE Montgomery Street at head of Ktr< M. M. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, K eeps constantly on hand for scile ii Pill »tools of every vnriely r,nd style of parlor, ilining-rortm anil kitchen furniture. Furniture n*mlc to order. Lewis tor T. T. May 1st 1871». 28tf J. K. VINCENT, ATJCTIONEEB, LEWISTON, I. T. IUSIÏ romptly anil 'aithfully. A ll business attended to Fro .......... B. A. AYMEYER, COUNTY SURVEYOR Of Nez P«rcu < onnly. Residence and p . t f. T. »ffiee address, MOSCOW CLOTHING : 0 1 ^ ISA. TV IS I>,l And Repaired to Order. N P. HEARTBURG. ; Give hip a call. 3d 8 t. Lewûton I. T. )___________ 154n t^ostiste ït y. W SHAEARMAN. Proprietor: 1 HAVK EST ABLrSHKD A TANNERY near the ulii brick y»ni, a »hurt ili.tai.ee trum LeKist." . »ml have leather 1er »nie n*.w, 1 will pay cash or tra.le leather fi.rall kin 4» ,,f hiiice, .r will tan them on »hare«. \]»o plute btir for »ale. k 15 . 3b . THE «TELLER" INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. 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