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THE FREE PRESS. FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1886. HID1)LE IDAHO. Interesting; Farts about some "New Country'' about to be Opened Up—Splendid Bodies of Agricultural Land and Rich Hines. [Portland, Oregonian Oct. 12, 1886.] lion. A. F. Parker, the well-known Idaho journalist, is in the city, and gave an Oregonian reporter much interesting information concerning the resources of the Clearwater and Salmon river country in northern Idaho. According to Mr. Parker's statements tho Clear water valley is a veritable paradise of a new country, or, as he quaintly puts it, "A modern Canaan, slopping over with the milk and honey of its cereal and vegetable productions." The trans portation facilities of that country are of the most primitive description, its sole outlet to the world being through the Snake river steamers whichavisit Lewiston semi-weekly. The country in the vicinage of Lewiston is too-vvell known to need description but lying sixty miles to the southeastward is the great Camas prairie in Idaho county, which comprises the best portion of Central Idaho. The western base of Idaho county is hashed liy the waters of Snake river, and It is bounded on the east by the Ritter Root mountains—a distance of nearly 200 miles. From north to south it covers a nearly equal distance, making it the largest county in Idaho territory in point of geo graphical area. Through the center of this vast area courses the Salmon river, draining with its multitudinous tributaries the largest and least known scope of mineral coun ty on the Pacific slope. Through its northern limits flows the beautiful Clearwater—the largest tributary of the great Snako river—draining on the western slope of the Ritter Roots the finest forests of timber on the continent. The Camas prairie is an elevated plateau forming a low divido between the Sal mon and the Clearwater, which at one point, are only thirty | miles apart. Throughout the region drained by these rivers are vast areas of unexplored country .whose surrounding characteris tics indicate an extensive zono contain ing large deposes of tho royal metals. Scattered around in the heart of the surrounding mountains are the old time, world-famous placer mines of Oro Fino, Florence, Warrens and Elk City ; names which in the early '60's electri the mining world with their marvelous production of royal metal and made of that region a rendezvous for enterprising fortune-hunters from all parts of the world, and paved the way for the establishment of the more enduring industries of cattle-raising and agriculture, which now constitute the bulk of its wealth. The mining industry, although iu its decline, still employs a large popula tion, as may be gathered from the fact that Idaho county leads tho list ol bullion producers in Idaho territory. Placer mining has hitherto exclusively engaged the attention of the mining population, but within the last few months important quartz discoveries have been made at several points with in the area of its un prospected moun tain ranges, and the foundations ot several promising quartz camps have been laid. The Bitter Root range, forming the eastern boundary of tin county and territory, is, in reality, tin true backbone of the continent, und it has been less prospected than any other range, although enough is known of in character and formation to justify the belief that it is seamed with ribs of gohl and silver-hearing quartz. The Salmon river mountains also afiord an inviting field for exploration, fuf the range lias scarcely been touched by the pick ol the prospector for quartz, and placer mining has been confined to the bars and the small basins tributary to the main river. Tho large forks ot Salmon river are all an unknown country, that cannot but be rich in mineral wealth from the fact that it is tho source from whence the placer gold was derived. In Warieu's diggings the quartz interests are already assuming lurgo proportions, ten-stamp batteries and several arastras being kept steaddv running on high grade ore from various mines. Iu Florence, also, the richest gold bearing quartz ever struck ill Idaho is being worked, much of it realizing 25 cents per pound. The most important discoveries art in a new district recently discovered in the Sheepeater mountains, at the head of jBig creek, on the middle fork of Sal mon river. The ledges there ans veiit able bonanzas, rivaling anything in (.'ceurd'Alene for quality and quantify of ore. Mr. Parker traversed that dis trict this summer, and by keeping well up on the summits of the range abovo the timber line waH enabled to cover a large scope of country, which lie des cribes as the roughest in America. A country of snow covered mountains, with miniature glaciers embedded in the sheltered solitude of the ravines ; on the idiady side of the ridges the snow drifts are accumulated in'lofty combs, their surfaces glittering brilliantly in the sun, while high above the snow tower the lofty granite peaks, from tied which the shale hss been weathered until they Bland like grim sentinels, bare and denuded, exhibiting the mont rare mid fantastic forms, and overlook ing a country that is chaos itself. At this altitude, high above the timber line, traveling is comparatively easy, the country being nothing buta suc ceseion of lofty peaks and saddles, en closing the heads of the streams in sheltered basins until the jutting spurs close in and form the walls of the terrible canyons which intersect that country. At the base of these peaks are miles of debris denuded by some mighty geologic convulsion from the primitive formation of the naked peaks above, while below in the basins wild fruits and the succulent grasses common to these high altitudes are growing luxuriantly in the moisture- ui^i the shadow of tho glaciers. Mr. Parker describes this region as one of weird and Dantesque beauty, upon whose naked walls the linger of the Almighty lias written "mineral treasure vaults" in unmistakable charac ters. For several days lie traveled through portions of this region which had never before been penetrated by human foot, discovering many new lakes and glaciers, and mineral indica tions throughout. The formation is gray granite intersected w ith vast dykes of traehytic porphyry. In the glacial debris before Bpoken of, massive bould ers of chlt#ide ore and country rock as big as railroad cars are piled in Titanic confusion and form the worst obslruc tion to travel, adetonr rf many miles of labyrinthine climbing being sometimes necessary to get around them. Mr. Parker is enthusiastic over the future of this marvelous country, and predicts that it will eclipse Colorado in the number, magnitude and wealth of its mining camps. In respect to agriculture Mr. Parker said that Idaho county contains an im mense amount of agricultural land capable, of producing any crop that can bo raised in temperate latitudes. The varying altitudes of these lands are tvs diverse as their products. The shelter ed valleys of the Salmon and Clearwater are eminently adapted for fruit and vegetable production, while on the higher altitude of Camas prairie the cereals grow and fertility of Camas prairie is already known to tho railroad companies, three of whom are already striving to add the tribute of its broad prolific acres to their several railroad systems. No o ! h er country in the northwest possesees such a happy combination of the ele ments of prosperity ns Idaho county. It lias good soil, abundant water, unlimited perfection. The extent pasturage, plentiful timber and a climate unexcelled. These meadows, ptislures and prairies, now almost nn trod by the foot of man, are only awai' ing the advent of population and trans portation to be transformed into one vast vast, i^ch and fruitful garden of happy homes. To the Public Having purchased the Jersey House from Mr. Tltman, I lieg to assure the public that no efforts on my part shall be wanting to main t iin the reputation of the house as the liest hotel iu northern Idaho, and respectfully solicit the same measure of support that was so liberally bestowed upon my predecessor. WILLIAM HAWLEY. Graugeville, Nov. 3, isst». To the Public. ving disposed of the Jersey House to Wm. linwley, I beg to return thanks to the public of Camas prairie and Idaho county, for the generous patronage they have given me in the eight years since the house was established, and to assure them that in Mr. Hawley they will And a host who will in every respect maintain the character which the hotel has gained of being far in advance of the average country hotel. I solicit for my liberal support that was given to myself, con fident that he will do all in his power to deserve success. Being about to leave for the lower country I respectfully request all parties knowing them selves indebted to me to call at the hotel and settle with Gussie Woodward. IL iccessor the s une Hl KAM Titman. Graugeville, Nov. 4, 18*ft. mm: PIONKKR HARDWARE STORK OF <\ 1 C Bunnell is an institution of which Lew iston may well be proud, stock of everything in the hardware line, not nor will not be undersold and is dob immense business lie buys stoves by the e load and is selling the ares. \\ hen you come t<> town call and you will be bcuielitted. He has an enormous ir elouslv low lig d see hi t m 2.-if THANKSGIVING —IN THE— COURT HOUSE AT MT. IDAHO, I. T. % Thursday Evcnint;, Nov. 25, 'SR /W"Miislc by Prof«. Green and Wade and All arc Cordially Ix.vitcd» COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS : A. W. Talklngtou, Chas. Wood, Geo. Odle. W. N. Knox, i-'loor MANAGERS : J. II. Forney, A. F. Parker. F. I). V assise. Wm. Von Hsuqk. I. 3. Weiler. RECEPTION COMMITTEE : L. P. Brown, J. H. Gaffney, Wm. Hawley, I. 8. Wetter. TICKETS, including «upper at hotel, $2.50 Assistants. NEW TU- DAY. J^OTIfjf. Foil HOME PROOF. Peliah A. Carr, Guardian Home, 588. Land Office at Lkwistom Idaho, ) Nov. 2nd, lKnft. i Notice in hereby given that the following* amed settler his filed notice of her intention » make final proof in support of her claim, and that s »id proof will be m ide before the Judge District Court. 1st Judicial District Idaho Terri tory, or if he be absent U a (Merk of said Court, at Mt. Idaho, on December 20th, 188(5, viz : DELTAH A. CARR, Guardian of Levi Castle, and Lyman Castle, minor heirs of James H. Castle. For the ne qr ne qr Hoc. 'JO, and e hf seqr ami se qr ne qr See. Sue. 17. Tp. 30, n r. 2 E H. M. Shen nies tlfc following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, S lid lend, viz : J. K. Byrnrn M. V. Jarrett and W. 11. 8tevens, all of Orangeville. I. T. P. H. Winston, Jr., Register. v 21 - 2 «. TOTICK FOR HOME PROOF. N Joseph Himmelspak, Home Oil. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, J Nov. 2nd lH8i). i Notice is hereby given th»t the following named settler his filed to m ike fiii'il proof in support of his cl hn. md tint slid proof will be m »de before the Judge District Court, 1st Judicial District Id ih<> Terri tory or if he be absent the Clerk of « »id court at Mt. Idaho, on December 18th 188(5, viz : JOSEPH HIMMELSPAK, HOME NO. 944. • For the se qr Sec. 17, '1 p. 31, n r. 3 E. U. M. He mines the following witnesses to prove iiis continuous residence upon, md cultiv »tb»n of, slid land. viz : J unes Witt. J nines Sloan mid Win. Coram all of Mt. Idaho. I. 1 . P. 11. Winston, Jr., Register. notice of his intention TOT1CE FOR IIOMK PROOF. Anthony Griffin, TI Land Office at LkW it te No. 959. Nov. 2, 188ft. f Notice is hereby given th it the following* named settler has filed notice of his intention to make fin il nr» thit «»id proof will be in »de before the Judge ! District Court 1 st Judicial District Id\ho Terri- 1 tory, or if he be absent th«* Clerk of the Court at Mt. Idaho, on December isth, 188ft, viz : f iu support of bis cl dm and ANTHONY GRIFFIN, HOME NO. <). For the aw qr seqr and so qrsw qr and n hf BW qr See. 1, Tp. 30, n r. 3 K, 1«. M. He mines the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultiv dion of said lmd viz Keith W. White. Dennis o Shea, and Jay M. Dorman, all of Mt. Idaho, Idaho Territory. P. It. Winston, Jr., legistcr. Notice. » P. 3. Land Office, Lewiston Idaho. > Nov. 2nd, 1SS6. j Complaint having been entered at tliis ofttee by John llreeii Jr. against Annie Fitzgerald for abandoning tier Homestead Entry No. 1767, d-iteiL*\ prit tith, ISSfi, upon tbs ne <ir s\v qr amt s hf nw qr See 22 and se qr ne qr See.22, Tp. St n r. 1 w, In Idaho county, Idaho territory with a view to tlie cancellation of said entry ; the said parlies are hereby summoned to appear at tliis office on the IStli day of December 1886, at 11 o'clock A. M. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. P. It. WINSTON Jit., Register , Arthur J. Shaw, Receiver 21-21 OTICE FOR HOME PROOF. N Louis F. Horning, Home 1298. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, j OCt. 25th, 188ft. i Notice is hereby given that the following* *«l settler has file.l to make final proof in support of his claim, and •ill be m a de before the Judge rt. 1st Judicial District Idaho Territory, or if he be absent the Clerk of said c »tiee of his intention e that said proo of the C. S. District O rt ut Mt. hi.vtm, u Dec. 1th, 188ft, viz : LOUIS F. HOUNIN HOME No. 1298. and 1 Sec. 31, Tp. For the n sw 1 -* and lots I» r. 2 K. 1» M. »•ones the following witnesses to prove miniums residence upon, and cultivation Overman, M. V. •8, all of Uninge II ii" of, said land, viz : Jarrett, Delos Carr II. s. J ville. I*. O. Idaho Territory Cvrus P. Il, Winston, J it., Register. N OTTCE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. Charles B. Ho ilng, D. S. 2318. Land Office at Lkwi Idaho, Oct. 25th, 18S6. Notice is hereby given that the folio otiee of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and ill he r.i »de before H. Squier Clerk U. S. District Cour: 1st Judicial District Territory, at his oifice at Mt. Idaho, on December tth, ls>ft, viz : named settler has filed that said proof Idain ! j I ; CHARLES 15. HORNING, I). 3. 2318. -■ I n « -, and s \vl., ne), lag witnesses to prove ms residence upon, and cultivation viz : John K. ttyr.tin. 1). A. s. Spooner I inter Remington, ngeville, 1". o. Idaho Territory. 1'. H. Winston, Jk,, Register. For tii See. 2/ \v 1 n u 1 , a u, 11 r. 1 K. b. M. the folio 'll i! imnu his contint of, slid laud, Thompson, K. »ill of G 20 -: OTICE FOR N •RIM:MU'! ION PROOF. Knuna M. Von Berge, D. S. Land Offic e at Lkwsto oct. 27 Notice is hereby given that the following- I n unod settler h is tiled notice of her intention >770. ke final proof in support of her claim, and | that »aid proof will ho m ole before II Sqiti-r, c lerk I .8. District Court. 1st Judicial District ! Idaho Territory »it his office at Mt. Idaho, on | December 11th, 188ft, viz : Idaho, to EMMA M. VON BEUGE, I). 3. '770. For the s 1 2 n r. 1 K. JU. M. she n »mes the following witnesses to prove ! her continuous residence upon, and cultivation 1 of. said land, viz: M rtin !.. Butler, Henry Myers and J. IL Von Bargen, all of Grange ville, 1*. O. Idaho territory. 20 25. I*. 11. Winston, Jr., Register. sw'. 4 and nw 1 , sw' 4 Sec. 5, Tp. 31, I N TO IKE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. Wihlelmiunie ('. Von Berge, D. S. Land Office at Lk i>ton. 1i> HO, Oct. 27th l.VMi. Notice is hereby given th it tin* following* named settler h is 'filed notice of her intention to make final proof i d lier claim i support th it said proof will be in ide bei re ii. duuier, t'lerk i . 8. Court 1st Judicial District Blah ï territory, at his oiiice at Mt. Idaho, on I 14th, 188 ft, viz : ÏC. I WIllLLLMINNIK C. VON BERGE, D. 8. 2 I For tho e l j uw l 4 and sw'i uel 4 and ne> 4 s See. 10, ip. 30, n r. 1 K. B M. She names the following her continuous residence upon, and culiiv *tion ! I of. Slid land, viz: M »rtin L. Butler. Henry i Myers and J. H. Von ! argen, »ill of Orangeville I j P. (). Idaho Territory. 20-25. it nesses t< i e .11. Winston, Jr., Register. N OÎICE FOR PRE E MPT I ON PROOF. Jonathan ('. Eccles, 1). 8. 1805. Land Office at Lewiston Idaho, Oct. 27th. 1886. Notice is hereby given that the following med settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and ! that said protu will be made before II. Kquier, 1 clerk r s. District Court. Dt Judicial District Idaho lerritor.\ at his office at Mt. Idaho, on Heci .ni.t r wth, is««, viz : JONATHAN C. ECCLES, D. 3. 1805. For the 11 hf nw qr slid n lit ne qr Sec. 9, Tp. :>0, u r. 2 E. Ii. M ing witnesses to prove , and cultivation mes the folk his continuous reside «»f, said land, viz : \V. N. Yates. N. Bouebrake (L T. Williams, all of Grange ville P. O. Idaho Territory. 20-25. He the county assessor, D. H. Teicher, at his office at Mt. Idaho, on or before November 8th. otherwise they will , ... , „ become delinquent and fifteen per cent, will be added. At the expiration of ninety days twenty five per cent, will he added, and fifty per cent, in six j months. Whack up at once and save costs. D. II. Tki.cher, Tax Collector. I Mt, Idaho, I. T„ Oct. 7th, 'so, td. P. H. Winston, Jit., Register. Notice to Tax-Payers. The attention of tax-payers is invited to the fact that taxes must he paid to or ICE FOR HOME PROOF. N James Witt, Home No. 676. Land Office at Lewiston Idaho, i October 13th, 1886. ( Notice is h erebygiven that the fol lowing name 1 * settler has filed noMce of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof ill be made before the Judge of the district court of the'lst Judicial District of Idaho Territory, or if alMf the clerk of said court it ™lt Idaho, Idaho countv, IT., on Saturday Nov. 27th, 1886, viz : James Witt, Home No. 676. For the iij nej and nj tiwJSec. 28 Tp. 31, N R. 3 E. B. M. He lianas tho following witnesses to prove Ids continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land viz : »» m. W Stillwell Orangeville. Louis Weber Albert Weber, M\ Idaho. I. T. P. 11. Winston, Jr. Ister. s nt before I 18-23. EOT ICE FOE P HE- E MPT ION P HOOF Rachael Little, 1)8 2525. Idaho, 1 Land Office at Lewiston October »tii,'1886. To Green W. Da lias and till others. Nut ice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler lias tiled notice of make final proof in I tier intention t< support ot Ins claim, and that said proof «ill lie made at this office on Novem her 22 ml, 1886, Rachael Little, D S. viz : 3, Tp. For the lots 3 and 4 ej nwj S< 30 n r. 2 E U M. S te names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon - , and mhivKtion of said land, viz : .lohn M trunk L 11 Bickford A Iner t Nurss John Hotaling Henry II »taliiig, allot Orangeville, Idaho county, I. T. P. 11. VN inston, K» ir.sier. ! 1 18-23 or ICE FOE HOME PEOOF. N Alexander D. McKinlay, Home 1509. Land Office at Lewiston Idaho, Y Oct- 9th, 1886. J Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named i-ettler bus filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Judge 1st Judi cial District Idaho Territory, or in his absence before the clerk of said «ou » t at Mt. Idaho, I. T., on November 2t)th, 1886, viz : Alexander D. McKinlay Homo 1509. For the lots 2, 3 and 4 Sp 1 E and lot 4, Sec 6 Tp 31 n r. 1 E ß M. Hu names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land; vizi Andrew J. Vanness, Jas. McCafferty, Lee Rhoads and Marion W orden, all of Cottonwood P. O. Idaho Territory. P. H. Winston, Jr. Register. 1, Tp 32 n r. 18 23 Take Notice. : All persons knowing themselves in debted to the undersigned are requested to settle on or before October 1, 1886, and save costs. Grain taken in payment for accounts. J. J. Manuel. Mt. Idaho, 1. T , Oct. 1, 1886 311. Idaho and Warrens Connecting at Mt, Idaho with Fargo it- Co's, % Express, Wells, The proprietor is now prepared to ! receive orders for goods of all descrip tion from all parties on his route, which will he purchased at BEDROCK PRICES, and promptly shipped to Cii>-tomers at Entre LOWJSti than they could othencise obtain them. All articles which can be delivered by Express j Carrier will be furnished at Mt. Idaho I and Graugeville Retail prices at any ; point along my line. I Passengers Curried liy (Iu* best of Saddle-Horses. | GrCO. M. Shearar " x O-dCttlW, ! | Prop'r, STOCK It£tV\S>S. ! 1 published in the Free Phess for $10 per ye I Stock Brands, with cut of animal, will be ir. Large cuts ide to order and charged for nc cording to space occupied. Payable in advance. PMl Cleary igm C-ittle branded like cut. s same brand on ft hip. Range on both side* . r *m White Bird t<» Little Salmon. Dors f Salmon river i I P. O. Address, John Day creek, Idaho Terri tory. 11 tf. ! i I J. H. WILLSON 1 e Harness and Saddlery c: :o Wlitps,£)urry Combs, Bridles, &c. Call on me for Lowest Prices in this Line. ! 0* 1 Repairing neatly and cheaply done. flext door to Stable Mt. Idaho. JOT ICE FOR HOME PROOF. :o N William N. Yates, Home 642. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho Sept. 28th, 1886. ' Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof iu sup port of his ciaim, and that said proof will he made before Judge Dist Court 1st Jiid Dist Idaho Territory, or if he he absent before the clerk of said court Ii is office at Mt Idah<\ on November ^ Y * te % f °, r 'of. nj se] sec 14, und w.j b»j sec 13, tp 30 ti r 2 e b m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon end cultivation of said land, viz: Aurora Khnmway, W S M Williams, William Pearson, all of Graugeville p o Idaho territory. : F. H. Winston, Jr , Register. 16 21 miscellaneous advertisements. TO THE PEOPLE OF IDAHO COUNTY. o: :o Read What we have to Say ! t We invite you all to an inspection of our New Store at Orangeville, for which have purchased a complete assortment of General Merchandise, comprising the latest Styles and Novelties in we Women's Men's and Children's Wear. Farmers' and .Miners' Supplies. We respectfully ask for a share of your patronage, and will guarantee to deal with you fair and square. WE WTL1 NOT BE UNDERSOLD, Our Mt. Idaho Store will continue upder the supervision of I. S. Weiler, who will be always ready to attend to your wants. WEILER Sc WAX Mt Idaho and Grangeville C. A. DULLER & CO. -133E3-A.2L.E23E5.SÎ Ilff GENERAL. MERCHANDISE. to rn Invoices are being now received direct from the East of splendid assortments of Clothing, Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Cook and Parlor Stoves HARDWARE, ETC., ETC. Which were bought by our Mr. Vollmer at great bargains, and hence are enabled to offer these goods at. very low prices. ALEXANDER & FREIDENRICH. Wholesale anti Retail -- Û CAvVvYS V\\— A WELL ASSORTED LINE uF • WILL AT ALL TIMES CARRY Dry Goods, Eats and Caps. Dec's and Shoes, GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND TINWARE We make a specialty of Miners Supplies. You will do well bv calling on us before purchasing elsewhere. juy-2-tf. G230. EL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Repairing j —AND— Engraving X Specialty. Ri ders Taken ITT m •is Ï — FO li V' Watches ami Jewelry. ACEftT FOB THE ROCKFORD WATCH. LEWISTON, IDAHO vlril2. EXCH ANGE SALOON !q( Wood «t Tioberts, Prop's.' Ktuqi constantly on hand A No. 1, CTTIMR WiilSKY -; O ®^»A»80 vvine-i and liquors of ail kinds', finest cigare* in tlie country GkaNOJ'VJLI.E, o: » I. T. H. C. BROWN J MT. IDAHO H AS a lsr^tp lot of olothinar just im ported from Eastern houses. QUALITY, A. 1 Bed Bock Prices for Cash,. o: :o BÇÇ^Call and see me before purchasing else w tier«. sept-13-tf. JOT ICE FOR HOME PROOF. N William Fletcher, Home 616. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, 1 Sept. 27th, 1886. / Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Judge district court First Judicial district Idaho Terri tory or if he be absent before the clerk of said court at Mt, Idaho on November 13th, 1886, viz: William Fletcher, for ilia nj nwj Sec 15 Tp 30 N U 2 E B M. lie mimes the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation, of said land, viz : G V Remington, M V Jarrett, T F Cas tle, all of Orangeville, Idaho Co, I. T. 1*. H. Winston, Jr., Register, 10-21 ity Meat Market. !q( »«. Vi A M. CliiiiEbrrluiit, PROPRIETORS. Kt'.-p pi nstautly >n hand the cho 1 : eat quality of fresh meats in rhe market at Ihei new stand i< .-q>eci j.ilh solicit public « patronage. an d Grantieville. Iduho. KING A KING —Proprietors of t he— Cottonwood Store! o: ■:o Would respectfully announce to the people of Cottonwood and vicinity that they have a large new fresh and clean stock of General Merchandise, Thanking onr patrons for past favors, we shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the same by fair dealing and lowest possible prices. : We are agents for the S'ndehaker Wagons and Harrows, J. 1. CASE. Plows and Breakers in fuct all kinds of agricultural implements. KING Sc KING S. «. 1SAMA8 & C«., PALACE DRUG —AND— VARIETY STORE, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY GOODS. Orders from the country solicited. LEWISTON, AND - IDAHO.