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IDAHO COUNTY FREE PRESS.
TERMS, IN ADVANCE.
$3, PER YEAR
SY/WVVA\ YAAYVAW.
GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, FRIDAY, DEFERRER 3, ISS«.
NUMBER XXV.
VOL I.
THE FREE PRESS.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
—BY—
A F PARKER,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Orangeville, Idaho.
Kntebeo as second-class matter at Grange
ville POST-OEEU'E.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
:o
$ 3.00
One copy per year,
One copy six mouths,
.One copy three months,
£l^r*No paper or advertisement discontinued
Until all arrearages are paid up :
2.00
1.25
— ;o
ADVERTISING RATES ;
Promptly Furnished oj! Application.
jM^"Subsortptlon, advertising and Joh Work
payable in U. S. Gold Coin.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ^
J H FORNEY,
A 11 o r n e y-a t-L a w
DISTRICT ATT'Y. NOTARY PUBLIC
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Mt. Idaho, Idaho Territory. Will practice in
all the Courts of the Territory,
loaus negotiated and collections promptly
made.
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Mortgage
A H GORDON,
Notary Public,
- A ND—
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND REAL
ESTATE AGENT.
All business promptly attended to.
Grange ville,
R J MONROE,
LAND ATTORNEY AND REAL
ESTATE AGENT.
Lewiston, Idaho
. :o—-:o
Idaho.
Practices before alt branches of the U. S.
I.ind Departinent
hid
experience of
er twelve
years in the U. S. Land Office at Lewiston,
daho.-^öA
C* A. SEARS,
PAINTER, PAPER-HANGER AND
GLAZlEP.
Grangeville,
Idaho.
Pearson <fc Noyes,
Carpenters Sc Builders
Doors and Sash, and a full line of Shop
Work ; also wagon work done in a work
ntau-like manner.
Granokville,
Idaho.
T. J. DAVIS.
Blacksmithing Establishment
o:-:o
Hedoes all kinds of work in the ßlack
smithing line.
First-Class Horse Shoeing*
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Wagons, &c., repaired as good as new
on short notice.
Grangeville.
Main Street,
Grangeville Meat Market,
SCHMADEKA & INGRAM,
— DEALERS IN —
Fresh and Cured Meats, Ac. They also carry
a full line of Saddles, Ilarnesi, Ac.
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Idaho.
Grangeville,
GBANGËY 1 LLË
WASH HOUSE AND LAUNDRY,
Gue Owen, Proprietor.
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Employs good workmen and is pre
pared to do laundry work that cannot
be excelled.
Grangeville,
Idaho.
Sill SSL Lit A MA1II ISON
Camas Prairie,
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—AND—
PLANING MILL
Idaho
Rustic,
ERSE Y HOUSE.
J
Grange ville,
Idaho.
Win. HAWLEY, Proprietor.
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Under the present management this
House will be conducted as a
FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL,
and will be found completely furnished
with all tiie comforts and conveniences
for tiie accomodation of families.
The table is always supplied with the
Delicacies of the markets.
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tage and Express Office.
A neat Bar, with commodious cjub
rooms and BILLIARD TABLE are con
nected with the Hotel, where the finest
imported liquors, wines and cigars can
be obtained.
MT IDAHO
HOTEL.
L. P. BROWN, Proprietor.
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Office of Lewiston and Mt.
(■Huge line.
Idaho
o:-to
Mt. Idaho
FLOUR MILLS.
L. P. BROWN, Prop.
MILLINERY,
F or "the Latest ' in Ladies
Hats, Flowers, Feathers, &c.
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Call on Mrs- Willson
GRANGEVILLE,
IDAHO.
Bittby & Nickel,
Physicians Sc Surgeons,
—OFFICE AT THE—
NEW DRUG STOKE,
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PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines and Druggists Supplies
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Prescriptions carefully compounded.
nSk-Office Lours day and night, "©a
Grangeville,
InAno.
EXCELSIOR
FEED, LIVERY,
BALE STABLES
AND CORRAL.
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AR.IM & SOX, -
Proprietors.
Hay and grain for sale. Stock pastured.
Teams, drivers and saddle horses al
ways on hand.
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8$3L.Careful attention given to stock.
Grangeville,
Idaho.
CALIFORNIA
SHOEING-SHOP
Cook & White, Prop's.
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Horse-Shoeing, repairing Agricultural
Implements and Machinery done
in the best style.
Wagons and Carriages,
repaired in style equal to Eastern work.
B®,I»rioes Reasonable."©a
Ir\uo.
Orangeville,
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
Notice of Sale of Property for
Delinquent TAXES.
Notice is hereby given that I will on Saturday
the 11th day of December, A. D. 1886, at the
Court House door,in Mount Idaho, Idaho
County, I. T., between the hours of 10 o'clock,
a. m., and 3 o'clock i\ m., sell at Public Auction
the following described property, to satisfy the
taxes, interest, penalties and costs due said
County from the owners for the year 1886.
D. II. TELCHER,
Tax Collector Idaho County, I. T.
Mt. Idaho, I. T„
Nov. 15, ISSU.
TOTAL.
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Allen, C It—Lot in Mt. Idaho
Alfrey, Wm—1 poll ; Imp on ranch,
Adkison, J M—1 poll ; sw qr Sec 2d, '
and Imp ou ne qr Sec 11 Tp 30 2 K
Adkison, G It—1 poll; Imp on se qr Sec S, Tp
30 2 K
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I p 30, r 2 E
: - $20 -13
$:. 70
Adkison, E C—l poll; Imp seqrnw qr, ne qr
sw qr, Sec 25 Tp 30 2 E
Adkison, 1' I)—1 poll; Imp e!
Sec
$1 29
se qr, se qr
sw qr nw qr Sec 23 Tp Hit 2E —
e qr,
$K 10
a nw qr and ne
qr sw qr Sec 12
Black, Jas— 1 pull; Imp on w
qr nw qr Sec 13, and sv
Tp 30 n r 1 E B M — -
$1
Berg, John—Land anil Imp
Brown, J T; Estate of—Real estate on Thrc
Mile
$20
$17 56
Byrom, John—Imp on ranch on Camas prai
$0 90
Bullard, O W—l poll; Imp on nbîof no qr Sec
17, and s>$ of se qr Sec 8 Tp 31 IE
rle
$1 42
Curtin, Pat—1 poll; Land and Imp on
Sec 11 Tp 30 2 E — — —
sw qr
$8 24
Chamberlin, G W—l poll; Imp on sw qr See 23
Tp 32 1 W B M
Coon, Mrs.—Land, Lots ü and 7, Sec 6 Tp
2 E
30
$ 4 02
Coon, M W—House, and Lots 1 to 8 (inclusive;
in Block 5, Grangeville
Carver, A—1 poll; Imp ou ranch on Salmon
river
$15 90
$9 4t
Davis, J D—1 poll; Imp on sw qr Sec 9 Tp 31
2 E
$9 65
Dallas, G W—Imp on se qr, ne qr se qr, and
$9 65
se qr lie qr Sec 31 Tp 30 3 E
Davis, A W—Imp on ranch on Ciyuas prai
$0 44
ne
Ecoles, J C—Imp on
Sec 9 Tp 30 3 E
li'j nw qr, n,V£ ne qr
— — — $9 99
Foster, Jos—Personal property
Fenn, S S—Imp on se qr See 3 Tp 30 3 E $11 58
Gentry, A C—l poll; Imp on sw qr Sec 8,
se qr se qr Sec 7, ne qr ne qr Sec 18 Tp 31
$3 27
$3 27
I B
Ilarriman, J S—Imp on e' j ne qr,
lie qr nw qr See 20 Tp 31 2 E
Howard, O B— 1 poll; Imp
Tp S12EB M —
iw qr ne qr,
— $30 S3
qr Sec
on s
$5
Harmon, Levy—Personal property
Harmou, John—Imp on ejj sw qr, wj£ se qr
See 13 Tp 30 2 E B M
>ok, E— 1 poll; Imp on White Bird $13 32
Holbrook, K—Personal property —
Haworth, J W—1 poll; Personal property
Johns, Silas—Land am
$5 P-1
$11 17
ll. di
$8 51
$4 43
Imp on sw qr ne qr,
2 se qr 8ec 21, nw qr ne qr Sec 28 Tp
30 3 E B M
Jewell, Jos—1 poll; Personal property $36 60
Jewell, Isaac—1 poll; Imp at Pittsburg Land
ing
u 1
$19 113
$5 8«
Larsen S— l poll, Imp on e!* no qr, e\£ se qr
Sec 26 Tp 31 1 E il M — —
Llpps, J T—1 poll; Imp on ranch —
Morris, 11 y le —1 poll; Personal property
Morris, M II—Personal property —
Miller, I) 1) & Son—1 poll; Imp on sw qr n
nw qr sw qr Sec IS Tp 30 3 E, ne qr se qr
se qr ne qr Sec 13 Tp 30 2 E B M
McKinlay, A U— 1 poll; Imp on se qr St
Tp 31 1 E B M — — — _
$7 52
$t 83
$.1 93
$13 (91
qr.
$ii in
ii,
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McFadden, Ch—1 poll; Personal property $4 24
McOully, Hobt— Imp
n s;<j ne qr.
w qr ne qr
ne qr nw qr Sec 12 Tp 30 3 E H M
McCallie, .1 II—Land and Imp u' a nw qr, n 1 ,
ne qr See 27 Tp 30 2 E Ii M
$9 28
$25 94
Nurss, A F— 1 poll;
Tp 30 3 E B M
Pyle, L C
Imp on sw qr Sec 32
— — — »119
Imp on se qr ne qr, ne
sw qr nw qr, nw qr sw qr See 26
Tp 30 2 E B M
Philips, John—House and lot, Grangeville $3
qr se qr
See
- $19
Remington, E S— 1 poll; Imç nnlw', sw qr See
23, se qr se qr Sec 22, nw qr nw qr Sec
29 Tp 30 1 E B M
Rogge, Fred—1 poll ; Imp on se qr ne qr el .,
se qr Sec 14, ne qr lie qr Sec 23 Tp 31 1 W $3 79
Rainey, Josiah—1 poll; Imp
Tp 31 1 E B M —
$9 20
on wVjJ See 27
— $11 87
Shugart, Z O—l poll; Imp on no qr See 35
Tp 30 1 E B M
$3 43
Shugart, M C—I poll; Personal property $1 83
Silverwood, J T—Imp on ranch
Slate Creek Mining Co.—Water ditch and Imp
on Salmon river
$.8 37
$42 40
Springer, G D—Imp on swqrSee 14Tp312E$ll 87
Thompson, D A—Personal property
$1 93
West, E A—1 pjill ; Imp nw qr Sec 1 Tp 311E $8 08
VVormack,—I poll; Imp
mountain —
raneh on Craig's
— $4 60
Ward, T L—Saloon building, Mt. Idaho $13 30
Wilson, Ch—Imp on John Day creek
Winchester, S P—1 pull; Personal property $4 52
$7 21
Zimmerly—Deeded land so qr Sec 3 Tp 30
$0 69
2 E B M
Warrens. —Bailey Chamberlain
rived out from Warrens lust week and
reports that winter had arrived to slay
with three feet of snow and tiie
curv at 20° below 0. George Sears
to have accompanied him out but he
fell on the ice and fractured his ancle,
and lie will, perforce, remain in the
camp all winter. The fracture was re
paired in good style by Dr. Ford, whose
surgical skill and knowledge of medi
cine makes iiim a valuable man to have
around when accidents happen in an
isolated camp like Warrens. Mr. Cham
berlain says that there is every promise
of a large travel through Warrens into
tiie Alton district next summer, which
we hope will be the case,
satisfied that that district only needs
close prospecting to develope as good
quartz as any of the ledges yet struck
in the camp.
ar
nier
was
as we are
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THE
FREE
PRESS.
OKANGKVIM.E, IDAHO.
FRIDAY, :
KM B Kit R. 188H
Dentistry.— J. II. McCallie desires to
announce to the public o I
that lie has established a resident office
in Dr. Bibby's drug store at Grangeville,
and is now prepared to do all kinds of
dental work of a quality and at prices
that will give satisfaction to all.
J. II. McCallie.
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Idaho's Bishop —The general
COIl
vention of the Episcopal church elected
the Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, of Missouri,
to the bishopiic of Wyoming and Idaho.
Mr. Talbot is
a son of the late bishop
Talbot, ot Indiana, and lias been remark
ably successful as an educator and cler
gyman of the church.
He is a yoUng
man and very popular among all wh
know him.
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It is expected t luit ho will
assume charge of the jurisdiction some
time this month.
Thanksgiving.— The national festival
was a day of lovely weather and but lit
tle business was done at the several
trading points. About
sixty couples
were present at the dance given at Mt
Idaho, and the assemblage was the most
orderly wo have had in a long time,
l'lie young people had a most enjoyable
time and relished the fine supper served
for the occasion at the hotel by Mr.
Brown. The festivities were continued
until daylight, when all adjourned home
öatibtiüd with their enjoyment.
Hay. —During the cold snap last week
the price of hay climbed
ot sight, but it soon dropped to normal
rates when the Thanksgiving chinook
began to get in its fine work on the
away up out
it
.
It is a popular belief that every
8now.
body is in a conspiracy to oppress the
farmers, hut we notice that tiie honest
grangers are as quick to turn an honest
penny as the rest of us when they have
a corner on produce, and nobody blames
them. A hard winter would plant many
a poor farmer on his feet wiio has noth
ing but a lot of hay to seit, hut it would
be rou 'h on the stock growers.
Collections.— About this time of the
year all hands and the cook
ling for money to straiten up their
store hills and other accounts, and hav
ing once obtained some of the filthy
lucre they hate to let it go again, which
makes collections harder than usual.
After the holidays business will drop
hack into the old routine, but mean
while those of us who have heavy bills
maturing are lying awake
dying how to meet
Those receiving statements of
from tliis office written in red ink will
understand that we must have a sottle
meut either in money or blood.
are rust
iglits stu
our obligations,
ac <iii t
Ouu Representatives. —Messrs. L
imer and Fenn will leave in a few days
to attend the legislative session w hich
convenes at Boise city, December 13.
Mr. Larimer is an old w heel horse in
the legislative halls, and is withal a
scholar and a gentleman whose integ
rity and conservatism is a
against tiie enactment of uu-ortiiodox
legislation. His colleague, Frank Fenn,
is making his first appearance in public
life, anil his friends feel confident of
his ability to bold his own amid the
intellectual coterie wiio rendezvous at
the territorial capital during the legis
lative season. With such representa
tives tiie people of Idaho county can
rest assured that their interests will he
closely watched, and that in the many
shufiles and deals which attend a par
liamentary session their representatives
will not be thrown away in the discard.
:r
guaranty
Frank Parker. —Our big brother of
the Walla Walla .Statesman is a candi
date for a Federal office, and hi» ene
mies are flooding the president with
anonymous telegrams denouncing his
character. Secretary Lamar said tiie
other day that if these reports were true
he ought to be serving a life term in
the penitentiary, and on the other hand
ins endowments were from the highest
men in the land and would justify the
president in appointing him
office in his gift. Tiie dirty dogs who
assail Frank Parker's character have no
more reputation to lose than a common
harlot. They are human mules, born
and raised in a brothel, and their mal
ignant utterances are simply the exu
dations of the epidemic erysipelas with
which their scrofulatic carcases are sat
urated.
are moving heaven and earth and are
seeking inspiration from their father in
tiie other place to lie about uu honest
man.
to any
These are the canines who
We have for sale at very low prices a
number of choice business and residence
lots in tiie rapidly growing town of
Grangeville, and will sell them either
for cash or on long time, as desired.
SIDEWALK V It A if LE.
December.
No frost this week,
llo« pens ought to be kept clean.
Stop the cracks in that hen roost.
The Htbhs case will be called for trial
Dec. 7.
Keep your stoves cleaned out and they
will heat better.
Highest cash price paid for county
scrip at the Pubs? office.
A deaf man seldom enjoys a happy
lieai-alter. [Copyrighted.]
Go to Alexander & Kreidenrieh for
Toys and Christinas Notions.
Ed Brooks arrived out from Warrens
last week to spend the winter.
A hrick flue has been built on to
Aram's livery stable this week.
County warrants taken at full face
value on subscription to the Press.
The many friends of Joe Peasly will
be glad to hear that lie is recovering.
Time brings around different seasons
and adds wrinkles to the human lace.
Several Indians are regular attendants
at the religious services held here every
Sunday.
Water and feed stock regularly, give
them good shelter and they will pull
through the hardest winter.
Winter is here, but recollect that all
to
of
y
earthly things are transient, and that
spring will be here by and by.
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G. E. Beeson, junior editor of the Nez
Perce News was married Nov. 23, to Miss
Elizabeth M.^Lindsay, of Lewiston.
There is no belter time than right
now to invest in a cheap building lot in
Grangeville. Call and see our town plat.
A correspondent in every precinct of
this county can make a few dollars by
sending in a budget of items to the
Free Press.
Tiiefe are two big dollars ill our office
cash-box for tiie first man or woman
who brings us four dozen fresh eggs on
December 20.
C. H. Adams, of the Nez Perce News,
together with hia wife and child, came
up to celebrate Thanksgiving day on the
praiiie, and returned home last Monday.
Mr. Hawley spread a magnificent
dinner at the Jersey house Thanksgiv
ing day, which is said to be the "nifti
est" lay out ever set at a public table
on C tmas prairie.
Rawlins, Mt. T., Journal. —Wm. Haw
ley, a former resident of this city and at
one time sheriff of this county, lias
purchased tiie Jersey house at Grange
ville, Idaho.
The liberty pole on Main street which
has so long stood tiie zephyrs was cut
down last Friday, as it was feared that it
might fall and kill somebody during the
high wind.
Miss Maggie McGregor took her de
parture last Saturday for Lewiston
where she will spend the winter. The
young 1 ailv lias many friends up here
wiio will gladly welcome her back.
There is a possibility t hat Washington
territory will be admitted as a state this
winter with Diese northern counties of
Idaho included. If it fails to pass at
this session annexation is a dead duck.
For "the latest" in ladies hats, flowers
feathers and millinery in general, call
and inspect the stock just received by
Mrs. J. H. Willson, who possesses excel
lent taste pertaining to ladies costumes.
Three hair-pins and an embroidered
pocket handkerchief somehow got in the
editor's pocket on the night of the
Thanksgiving ball, and the owner is
requested to come and prove property
ami take it away.
It is a significant tiling that the very
men who won't subscribe for the Free
1'ress because they "don't like tiie edi
tor," are tiie very first men to hunt up
the paper when they come to town to
see what it lias to say.
There is something wrong in tiie so
cial system .when a man sets out five
dollars worth of trees to improve his
property, and then finds out that lie has
to build fifty dollars worth of fencing to
keep fifteen dollars worth of cow from
eating up said trees.
A lady back east the other day was so
shocked at receiving an offer of marriage
that she fell dead. But we advise the
boys to pay no attention to this little
episode, as it was only one case out of
ten thousand, and there is no danger of
it becoming epidemic.
Ernest Smith's team felt of their oats
last Monday while working on the ranch
and gave Mr. Smith an opportunity to
show his agility by jumping for his life.
The team capsized the wagon, broke the
tongue and ruined the harness, but as
the boss escaped without a scratch he
isn't kicking at the wreck.
The delinquent tax list of Nez Perce
county shows a total of 085 names out of
about 1,800 or very nearly thirty per
cent. Up here in Idaho county there
were only seventy-five names out of a
total of about 700 on the assessment roll
or about ten per cent. Nez Perce is an
agricultural county exclusively, while
here we have the mining and stock
interests to put a little mouey in circultt
. tion.
Mav wn.ither in December.
Jas C. Silvers is at Santa Rosa.
Everythin« runs oil wheels again.
A week of lovely chinook weather.
Doth g st mill are running on full
time,
John Q Welch, of Florence, is rusti*
eating at Pine city, W. T.
Dull Greene was dumped out of the
wagon Monday on his way to Lewiston.
The jurymen subpoened from this
county to attend court are now in Lew
iston.
it will be
great thing for this coun
try when all hands adopt the spot cash
system.
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The new cooking range for the Jersey
house arrived last week and does excel
lent work.
The mother of Mrs. A. D. Greene
died at her home in northern California
last week.
Mrs. Crooks arrived home with her
daughter, Miss Alice, from Grant's pass,
on Monday last,
Alexander & Freidenrich have a full
line of Toys, Notions and Fancy goods
for tiie holidays.
Iho book-binders' union have started
in to boycott tiie government printing
otlice. A big contract.
Josh Fockler is at Antelope, Alturas
county with the horses, and writes that
they are doing splendidly,
(.'apt. Wooden, of the Coeur d'Aleues,
is buying stock on tiie prairie for his
ranch in the Kootenai country.
If you don't believe that Christmas is
coming, call at the stores and see the
tine displays of holiday goods.
Those who have attended Rev. L. T.
Week's services, say his sermons are full
of sound doctrino and practical Ideas.
Mr. A. Carpenter is building a hand
some story-and-a-balf dwelling house
on his tine farm east of town.
Michael Smith, of Mt. Idaho, leaves
next week for u long vacation at his
old borne in Lane county. Ogn.
liiere is no peace for anybody in this
Trouble is tiie policeman who
steps in and orders you to move
J. J. Manuel lias put in his saloon at
Mt. Idaho the old billiard table formerly
used by Muj. Harris and Skookum
George.
world.
on.
The finest di-play of Toys and holiday
goods ever brought to this country have
just been opeued up at Alexander
& Freidenrich.
George Smith will be back from Mon
tana about Christinas. The horses
in fine condition and will bo driven
east in the spring.
Rolit. Grostein's father died at an ad
vanced age in Lewiston last week. The
old gentleman had been bed-ridden for
nearly three years.
Charity grange, Patrons of Hus
bandry, admitted several new members
Tuesday night, and now it is nearly
one hundred strong.
Maybe if we had a dancing school
there would be fewer sets broken up at
balls by ambitious young couples who
are trying to learn how.
The little patches of snow remaining
are
are
under the lee of fences and things,
a constant reminder that winter
coma to stay at any time.
H. W. Earl and Frank Fox departed
last Monday for their homes in New
York state to spend the winter. They
will return in tiie spring with their
families and reside at Freedom.
promises to be a lively
day in Grangeville, as the four
may
To-morrow
grange
lodges will all rendezvous here to cele
brate the XIX anniversary of the order.
We hope the weather will be fine.
The cattle are picking up flesh and
the warm weather has removed the
snow and started the grass, tiiere is
every reason to hope that they will be
in excellent condition to withstand the
winter.
as
The Oregon short line surveyors who
have been looking out a route up the
Weiser river and thence over the
tains to Salmon river have encountered
no serious obstacles and found a pass
over the range at a comparatively low
altitude.
moun
Turn your optics upon the thorough
bred beef which has been turned loose
to graze in the verdant pastures of the
Free Press.
VVehave imported a car
load of the same sort, and stock raisers
are invited te inspect them. The old
steer which formerly did duty for Phil
Cleary died of lonesomeness and star
vation last week, but the new one lias
lots of good com natiy and more coming,
and the bunch grass is the best in the
land ami belly deep, as you can see in
the picture. Only ten dollars a year.
The brightest little country paper
our exchange list is the Gazette, pub
lished at Heppner, by Oregon's famous
humorist, J. W. Redington.
as he is known in the profession, was
on tiie prairie and served with Lieut.
Farrow in the final round-up of the
Sheep-eaters in the campaign of 1880.
He has always a word for Camas prairie •
and we are glad that he is doing well.
The citizen scouts have neariy all got
on in the world, and some of them,
like Frank Parker, Tom Sutherland,
Redington, and this editor, have as
cended two or three rounds on the
step-ladder of literary fame.
on
Red,
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