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GRANGE VILLE. IDAHO. • : JANUARY 10. ISW FRIDAY. ; TUE MISES OF DIXIE. A Uorrenpo ml ent Er premie* Me Faith in their Future GreatnetM. Harpster, Idaho, Jan. 1, 1895. Editor Free Press.— Within this great big world of ours, are many others yet to con quer and the latest conquest lands merrily ou the threshold of another awaiting invasion; at least so it seems to us today, with the broad, inviting, yet undeveloped areas of Elk City,' Dixie and Flor ence all before us. Recalling the features incident and peculiar to many sections throughout the western states and territories now prosperous and populous, which 30 years ago were literally within the boundaries of a wilderness, wo venture to contrast them with those surrounding us now, only to conclude that here nature has lavished more of her best endow ments which can lie made subser vient to mail's wants and happiness than in any other known to us. Forsooth the cynosure of all that constitutes greatness in that re spect, we have warrant for saying are looking this way with wistful eyes right now; those who took time by the forelock and ventured liko veritable pioneers, to "airy nothing, a local habitation and a name," so to speak, may well fell proud and take on renewed cour age, while continuing to wilfully seek their own salvation; such ex amples are surely contagious, and candor prompts us to say wo feel the infection; so, without any alterations or amendments to make, it all being good enough for ns, we sliull go back to Dixie dis trict when the roses come again. Why? The soul of wit belongs to the other fellow Mr. Editor, and while we are cognizant that you are not running a "book con we trust neither will you 118 jy cern, refer us to the "hall for rent." Then again why? Because it is easy of access, picturesque and cosily situated, embracing rich and extensive placer grounds, while at the same time long forsaken placer grounds are being looked up again —make a note of that. The source which fed those placers is there in the midst of them in the form of unusually large well defined veins traceable by outcroppings and Boat for from 1,000 to 10,000 feet, vide, Buckeye, Great Eastern, Fourth of July, Golden Age, Gag non, Oriental, Spokane and other claims of record. Granting it true that "tho distanco a vein or system of veins can be traced along their trend, must of neces sity bear some relation to the depth thoy enter tho earth," we fear no contradiction in saying those claims will prove as endur ing and eternal as the hills enclos ing them, whose structure in general terms is metamorphic granites with dikes and intrusions of diorite aud other eruptive rocks associated. The year ending Blaine & Cum mings expended about $8,000 in building tlumc and making otiier essential improvements upon their placer claims, while lesser amounts weie expended by Messrs Bollmnn & Turner, Mailhon and others in improving their claims. 8. Dillinger produced nearly *1 ,000 from his Dillinger lode claim out of a shaft 35 feet deep, the ore yielding upwards of $40 per ton treated by arastra process. While Messrs. Thompson and Youngberg have an equally as rich aud extensive property in their Comstock ouo mile aud a half to the southward. It seldom occurs that two as enticing properties are met with in any district at so early a stage in their history. Are they the only ones of like character in the district? In the presence of the unknown everybody has the name right to guess, so will uot deprive your readers of that harmless entertainment by ventur ing to answer just now. Wishing the Free Tress and staff a Happy New Year, we re main Respectfully. It. 8. T. A GOLD QUARTZ LEDGE. An Accidental Strike Made While Digging a Ditch. Spokane Review. C. G. Dickinson and N. Fitz williams have just returne«! from a trip up tho south fork of the Clearwater, in Idaho, where they have locatetl some placer ground. While digging a ditch to bring water on their claims they un covered a gold quartz ledge 25 feet in width, and in almost every piece of rock gold could be seen. They encountered three veins, and loratcd a claim on each of them. The assays from the rock were so high as to surprise them, being reported at |1600 to $2800. The discovery was entirely ac cidental. The ditch was being dog through black soil, under neath which was a deposit of talc and below that the quartz. There was gold in the talc. To deter mine by mill test the value of the disoovery thoy packed out 700 pounds of the ore 30 miles on their packs to a point where they could pack it on horses. Several trips were necessary to get the ore out, 't hey will take it to Tacoma. "The country is a hard one to get into," said Mr. Dickinson, "but 1 believe we have made a good discovery, and the test we will make of the ore will determine us as to the future. There is water enough within a mile and a half to run a 10-stamp mill. When we return we will run a tunnel in the ledge to ascertain the extent of the ore body. The claims are about 20 miles from Orangeville. Mr. Dickinson is a son of Assistant General Manager Dickinson of the Northern Pacific railroad. A Gold Hug'll fiewe. President Sherman of the Bank of Commerce, in which J. Pierpont Morgan has large intersts, says: "I think that the present silver circulation is a greater menace to the credit of the country than the legal tender notes. We should re tire silver dollarc, rather than greenbacks. Three hundred and forty-six million of the hitter would not cut any figure in the financial world, or even in the eyes of Europe, were it not for the silver in circulation, which threatens to land us on a siiver basis every time there is an ap prehension of a panic. It is the silver dollar, and not the greenback, that should be taken out of circu lation at once." at ery m. at of 11 School Supt. Deport. The reports from the 27 school districts who have complied with the law aud rendered their an nual reports, show for school year ending the 1st Monday in Sept. 1895: Total receipts for school purposes .$16,.'127 16 Total expenditures . 15,618 63 Amount on hand . 788 28 Number of districts in county, 34; No. school houses, 21; teachers employed during year, males 16, females 16; average monthly wages, males $43.06$-, females 841,12}; No. children between 5 and 21 years, white males 788, females 762; total 1550; No. months school for all districts 111; average number of months school per district 4 7-26. Amt paid licenses from all sources Received by apportionment .., Paid for new school houses Paid for incidentals, repairs, etc No. applicants examined during the year for certificates, males 12, females 8; No. first grade certifi cates granted, none; No. second grade certificates granted, males 3, females 0; No. third grade cer tificates granted, males 2, females 4; special certificates granted, males 4, females 2. A Teacher's Institute for the of |:l(50 H0 6.Ï18 00 HMH 00 301 HJ county was held under the super vision of the couuty supt. and conducted by Prof. J. C. Muerman, assisted by Mrs. L. A. Way laud aud Profs. O. D. Waltz and J. Vercler, continuing for live days. Total enrollment 23; males 7, fe males 16. Tho institute I hope and believe was of much practical benefit to our teachers, and I would recommend to the trustees of each school district that in the employment of teachers, other things being equal, that those who attended tho institute be given preference, unless an applicant has a good excuse for his or her absence. Our schools are suffering from lack of interest and a seeming fail ure to realize their importance. Trustees do not acquaint them selves with school laws and there is general negligence in school matters. I hope the trustees of each district will hereafter keep a correct record of nil their official acts, study tho school law and assist the county supt. in advanc ing the school interests of the county. Dated Jan. 1, 1896. W. N. Scales, Co. Supt. School Deport — Diet. So. IG. School report for mouth emlind November llth In Clearwater school district No] B. Following Is the gen eral average. Fifth grade: Ludwick Brown 88}, Barr Stewart 78, John Ru ark 83, Ungar Brown 97, Belle Garner 88, Jettie Stewart 01, Martin Fehlen 74, Oma Garner absent on account of sick ness. Fourth grade: Marshal Cbeno weth 80, I^et Stewart 78, Frank Ru» ark 80, Freddie Brown 74, Robbie «.'ai der 93, Miner Stewart 80. Third grade: Walter Brown 70, Jessie Stewart 77, Clarence Chenowetb 03, Nerl Garner 83, Otto Cowling 90, Frank Cowling 93, Nora Harris 00, Leon Pope 65. Mrs. Addie Lister, Teacher. CvluinbiM Seim. For cash only auil just for a short time only, with bills of other goods 1 will sell : Best Granulated Sugar Best Golden C Sugar Best Raisins . Best Rice. Best Arbuckle's Coffee Best Evaporated Apricots Best French Prunes Best Peaches .. Rolled Oats All other goods in proportion. My goods are equal or better than any on the market, and may be re turned and money refunded if not as represented. Remember, I car ry a good line of general merchan dise and sell at lowest prices. J. L. Gross. Notice to Freighters. —The Idaho Packing and Milling Co., of Cottonwood, have freight for ship ment to Lewiston, for which they will pay 50 oents per 100 pounds. S. E. Dunham, Manager. Cotton woo«], Dec. 18, 1895. The Ellwood Glidden barbed wire "diamond E" trade mark, is the cheapest aud best. For sale by C, C. Bunnell, Lewiston, Idaho. B. F. Shaw, city expressman. Orders for hauling and druying promptly attended to. .1 "A4 lbs for $1 00. 17 lbs for 1.00 ...15 lb* for 1.00. 12 lb* for 1.00. .4 lb* for 1.00. . 8'*tbs for 1 00. 10 lb* for l.oo. .. H**tb* for 1.00. 20 lbs for 1.00. 11 Ch urch A n non ne ment g. Rev. Silas Perkins preaches in to Cottonwood every Sunday evening at 0:30. Services at the M. E. church ev ery Sunday at 11 a. in., and 8 p. m. Sunday-school at 10 a. in. Sunday school at 2 o'clock and preaching at 3 o'clock in Hart burg's hall, Cottonwood, by Rev. Silas Perkins. Rev. M. G. Mann, of the Presby terian church will preach in Mt. Idaho next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, thus filling Rev. Perkins' appointment. Until further notice the Young People's Baptist Union will meet at 7 o'clock p. in. Sunday evening of each week. The usual Sunday evening services will l>o held at 7:30 o'clock, in Grange hall. All invited. W. N. Knox Jr, Pastor. The Lord's supper will be ad ministered in the Presbyterian church at Deliver next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in., sermon by Rev. Silas Perkins. Sunday school will convene at 10 o'clock. Preaching and song service (100 new song book have been received) in the evening at 7 p. in.; Rev. M. G. Mann will be with the pastor. Episcopal Church Services.— Every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., and 7 p. in., with sermons. Holy communion every Lord's day. Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. in. All persons are invited to attend the services and to send their children to the Sunday school. G. W. G. Van Winkle, Rector. Terms of District Court. An order fixing the time for HOLDING THE TERMS OF TIIE DIS TRICT Court of the several COUNTIES IN THE SECOND JUDI CIAL District of the State of Idaho, for the year 1896. By virtue of an act of the legis lature of the State of Idaho ap proved December 20, 1890, it is hereby ordered by me, the Judge of tho District Court of the Second Judicial District of tho State of Idaho, that the terms of tho Dis trict Court for the several counties of the said Second Judicial District for tho year 1896 shall be held at tho county seat of the re spective counties, as follows: In tiie County of Latah, on the 10th day of February (second Monday) and the 9th day of November (second Monday). In tiie County of Nez Perce, on the 18th day of May (third Mon day) and the 7th day of Septem ber (first Monday. In the County of Idaho, on tiie 15th day of June (Third Monday) and the 12th day of October (second Monday.) Dated at Lewiston, Nez Perce county, Idaho, tiie 3rd day of January; A. I)., 1896. W. G. Piper, Judge of the Second Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho. State of Idaho, County of Iduho. I, A. W. Talkington, Clerk of the District Court of tho Second Judicial District of tiie State of Iduho, in and for the County of Idaho, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true aud correct copy of the original order fixing the time for holding tho terms of the District Court of tho several counties in the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho for tho year 1896, now on file in my office. Given under my hand and the seal of said Court, at my [seal.] office in Mt. Idaho, Idaho; this 6th day of January, A. D., 1896. A. W. Talkington, Clerk of the District Court. j 88. Notice to Trustees -- Warrants Not Va ttl. It is the duty of the trustees of each district to have a clerk and keep correct minutes of all their official acts, aud should be able by reference to their records to know exactly the condition of their re spective districts, iu every respect. The law in this regard lias been almost universally disregarded by the school boards of Idaho county, as a result few of the trus tees know anything about the financial condition of their dis tricts, or if so, they constantly violate the law. All orders for warrants dated on and after January 1, 1896, pre sented for payment where there is not money to the amount of the order to the credit of the district up«m which it is drawn, will be marked in red ink "Illegal," and will not lie paid at any time. This rule is made by virtue of Sec. 47, laws 1895 (laws 1893, chapter 6, Sec. 45) and Sec. 79. laws 1895 (laws 1893, chapter 4. Sec. 32.) Dated Jan. 1, 1896. W. N. SCAI.E8. Co. Supt. Official Solice. Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Coinmissiouers of Idaho couuty. Idaho, will meet at the court house at Mt. Idaho, in said county on the second Mouday iu January, to-wit : on Monday, January 13, 1896, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. in regular session pursuant to statute, for the traus aotiou of such business as may properly come before them. All persons having claims against said county are hereby notified that the same must lie presented together with the necessary vouch ers, properly verified by oath to their correctness, according to law, to toe undersigned, on or before Saturday, January 11, 1896. A. W. Talkington, ... t lerk of the Board, I'! 11 ' 10 ! Dec. 2.1, 18Jo. at up. School Apportionment - -Certain Diet ride Sot Entitled. After repeated notices, etc., school districts No'h. 5, 14, 20, 24, 27 and 30, have failed to send in their trustees annual report, and districts 30 and 9 have failed to transmit a census report. The law is very plain in such cases and the interests of our public schools demand that it he enforced. Therefore by virtue of See. 77, laws of 1893, (laws of 1893, chap ter 4, Sec. 31), the apportionments for districts 3, 14, 20, 24, 27, 30 and 9 will be withheld until the law is complied with. Jan. 1, 1896. W. N. Scales, Co. Supt. In In It Lake Items. d J. M. Auchiuvole's hns le :ed thereon. Mike Reynolds has rented Harrison John son's farm for this year. The dance in Lake district ou New Year's night was a complete success. Notwithstand ing the storm 125.50 was realized. Omer Wi farm and KeuterviHe Items. Born.—S even miles northwest of KeuterviHe Dec. 25, 1895, to Mr. and Mrs. Augtistiue, a daughter Born.—T hree Jan. 2, 1896, to Mr. aud Mrs. E. L. Ch O. Carter had his left eye badly injured by riding through the brush on Salmon river a few days ago. James Breen was »evidently shot in the finger old ptatol a few days ago. A. P. Teilt and Henry Uhling started to Lewiston after freight last Saturday. Ren Barger's team indulged in a lies northwest of KeuterviHe *. a son. b» naway last Sunday. Nobody w*a hurt but a lot of peo ple were scared. Helm & Terhaar went to Grangcvillc yester day to have their planer repaired for the opring run. KeuterviHe, Jan. 7, 1896. Long Hollow Notes. Jas. Dowdy spent this week at Stuart work ing on Brown Sc Stephen's new store. Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Stephens were vl*itlng with their daughter Mrs. Geo. Brown on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sebastian and daughter Chloe, were vi*lting in Orangeville Sunday. A protracted meeting is being conducted Mt Sunnyside this week by the Revs. Knox and York. A good attendance is reported. Ed Cha»e returned this week from the Pa louso couutry where he went with a drove of hogs. Lark Kerlee is feeding several head of cat tle at his brother dolman'*. Bohn.—O n the 25th of Dec., to the wife of Chas. Nall, a Wm Coram and the Hanson boys were ont on the reservation rounding up cattle this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown removed their household effects to Stuart this week, where they will reside pi tke future. Chas. Gelb »ch Friday. Jau. 7. 1896. and brldj went to Clearwater Hi s Thi*! We offer One Hundred Dollar? any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hair* Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY J: CO., Props., Toledo, O. We the underpinned, have k ney for the last X'* years, aud believe hi fectly honorable in all busine and tiout made by their firm West A Tku.vx, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,O. Warding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Hall'« (Mtarrah Cure lug directly upon the b faces of tiie sv by all Druggi* lewnrd for •n F. J. Che l.er transaction* dally able to carry out any obliga Ü is taken internally, nct ucotissur • >d aud 75c. per bottle. Sold niais free. stem. Prit sts. Testin CO-OWNER NOTICE To Andrew Fitch. Y or your representatives and successors in interest are hereby notified that the under • ner in accordance with the States, lift* expended for he lloinestakc Placer Mining ' iter, an unorganized mining district, Idaho couuty. Idaho, tne sum of lino as i and you n contribute y signed, vo ir co o of the United a labor Claim, situated in ( ent work for ttie year 1895. hereby notified that unies* you proportion of said expendi ms follows, one-half interest in the estake Placer Mining Claim for one year iiuting to 150 together with interest and cost of this publication, within the statutory lime, your interest in said claim will bee« the property of the undersigned. tu H Samuel Pope. First publication Ji . 1«, 1*96. H REDEMPTION OF COUNTY WARRANTS. Notice is hereby given that the following Idaho County Warrants sentatlon to the Couuty Treasurer at his in Mt Idaho, Idaho, and that interest ceases ou said warrant* ten (10) days from the dale of this notice, t« Current expense fund, series of 189."), num bers 832 to 478 inclusive. General road fund, series of 1895, numbers 142 In 215 inclusiye Bridge fund, series of 1895, numbers 11 to 15 Inclusive. Mt. Idaho, Idaho, January 7, 1895. rill be paid pre nice it: D. A. Wilson, Couuty Treasurer. J. F. A ils h i x. Notary Public. W. A. Hall. Notary Public. ^ILSHIK A HALL, Attorneue-at-Laiv. Will practice iu all the Stale and Federal courts of Idaho. All business given prompt and careful attention. Office* up stair* in Grauge block. Grangeville, Idaho. LAGETT, MiNAMEE A MORGAN, c ATTORNEYS-AT LAW. v, Iduho. Practice Infill the Courts of the State. Rooms 3, 7 and 10, White's Block. Moscow, Idaho. N OTICE FOR DESERT ENTRY, Joshua S. Fockler, Desert Entry No. 2. Land Office at Lewiston, Ida ho. t December. 23, I8y5. ( Notice is hereby given that the foil named settlor h to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court, at Mt. Idaho, Idaho, on February 8, 18%, viz : JOSHUA 9. FOCKLER, for the 40 acres of unsurveyed land as per diagram iu U. 8. Land Office, said lmd i* lo cated on east side of Salmon river and on north *Me of Slate creek near the mouth of said creek, and publicly known as the Josh Fockler claim and occupied by him with water ditch taken from Slate creek across and upon said land, all of which is in Idaho county Idaho, near Freedom. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon.aud cultivation of said land, viz: Sike Reynolds, of Urmgevllle, Idaho Co., Maho. David Lewis, Ilarry W. Cone. A. M. Donally, all of Freedom, Id »ho Co., Idaho. 31-36 B. F. Morris, Register. in g filed notice of his intention PALACE HOTEL. The Traveling Public and Transient Guests generally w ill find Superior Accomo dations at the CE HOTEL Tho comfort and convenience of gueot* will be the main consideration in the conduct o! the House, and ceive the worth of their mouey. GOOD TABLES. GOOD BEDS. GOOD TREAT MENT. CHARGES REASONABLE. SAMPLE ROOM. HENRY S. JONES A SON, Proprietor« Granobvillr. patron* will re Idaho. FERRYS, tSEEDSJ Perfect »«Ms grow paying crop*». Perfectsceds^H van* not grown by chance. Nu'h^ Fing iaever left to chance In grow-t r Ing Ferry*« Seed*. I>e*leraaeU them everywhere. Write for FERRY'S SEED ANNUAL for 1S9A. Brimful of valuable inforniutina about beet arid m*w*j k est »eetla. ^ 0. M. FERRY * C0-. Detroit. Mich. Estray Nut ice. The following estray wa* tak-n up ami left at the Red Front barn. Orangeville. Idaho, to wit- One small heavy »et light sorrel horse, narrow white btrip in face. iuvlaible brand ou loft hip, h id Middle and bridle up. Owner will pleate call, prove property and pny all charges G range ville, Idaho, Jau. «, 1896 when take n loci & Day. In the Probate Court of Idaho Couuty, State of Idaho In the mutter of the e»Ute of Ramon Meras, deceased. Notu r ok Hearing ok Petition for °roba TioN op Will. Notice Is hereby given that Saturday, the 18th day of January, 1*96, at ten o'clock a. in. of bald day at the court room of «aid court at the court house In Mt. Idaho, County of Mahn. State of Idiho, |hive been appointed as the time ami place for proving tne will of said Mera.-, deceased, and for hearing the nppl.c .lion of Millard H. Morrow for the i*su •uce b» him of letters ten amentirv thereon. Willie** iny hand and seal of *aid court this '.3rd day of December, 1*90. Heal 1 It W. N Scales, 'robate Judge ami ex officio Merk Prob ité Court Notice of Application for Ferry. Notice In hereby given that the undersigned will apply to the Ho ird of County Commis sloner* of 1 i*ho County. Ht ite of Idaho .it the regular session of h tid board, at Mt. Idaho in slid county, on Monday the 13th day of Janua ry. 1896, for authority to erect, maintain mid take toll on a public ferry across the Middle Pork of the Clearwater river about *«, mile above the South Fork of the Clearwater river. The iiuidlugs of said ferry being On the Mouth side of said river being upon the allotment of Jesse Spotted Hagle and upon the north side of said river upou unappropriated lauds of the U. S. follows : Dick Richard Brown. Dated this 12th d ly of Dec 1S95. IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATIC OF IDAHO, IN AN.. FOR THE COUNTY OF IDAHO. Henry Dcrnham and William Kaufmann. Copartners as Dernhaui & Kaufmann, , NOTICE OF Maintins, f ATTACH MET. J. W. Wilson. Defendant, j TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: State of Idaho, / County of Idaho. \ I, A. W. Talkington, Clerk of the above entitled Court, in tlie Coun ty and State aforesaid, hereby certify that I have issued a writ of attachment in the above entitled cause against the property of the said defendant. itness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court, this 261 h day of December, A. l>. 1895. A.W. Talkington, Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. 1 [SEAL.] Notice of Application for Ferry. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will apply to the Board of County UommLsion cr$ of the Comity of Idaho, State of Idaho, at the regular session of said Board at Mt. I laho, in said couuty, on Monday the i:ith day of Jan. 18%, for authority to erect, maintain and take toll on a public ferry across the Middle Fork of Clearwater river in said county, at a point about % mile above the South Fork of said riv er. The landings of said ferry being as fol lows : On the southerly or western bank of said river at a point about % mile nbovo the mouth of the South Fork, on the said bink of said Middle Fork river about 300 feet above the big rapids or falls of said river, which point is lust below the intersection of tho meander line of said river by high bluffs and supposed to be on lot 5, sec. 4, T. 32 N., R 4 E., B. M., and the opposite landing being directly am river at right angles with the general course of said stream. 1 ho land included in both of said landings being, as applicant is informed and believes, upon unappropriated lands of the l'. 8. Intention being to locate said ferry at the point where the trail leading fr« South Fork of the Clearwater river up the Middle Fork rP the site of the p said the crosses said stream ent for •1 at f said trail. Joel 8 SHEARER. J. C. Eaton, Dated this llth day of Dec. ls*J5. 28-31 Timber Land, Act Ji 3, 1878.—Notice lor Publication. United States Land oeeii e, I wiston, Maho, tuber 5, 1895. pll a lice of the act of Congress of act for the sale of of California, Ore gton Territory," hh L and State* by act *2, and Act of Aug. 15, 1 hj 4 — Sec. Iudian Koervati i>. Notice is hereby givei with the provisions i June 3. 1878. entitled "A tint be gon, Nevada, extended to all the Public of AugUnL 1, 1 It'»— Nez Pc ret H. Kerlee, of Grangeville, cou State of Id tho. has this d ty tiled in this his sw« that i c<> nils in the States 1 Wash i I lands, Lar ki ntyof Idaho, o HI ce reha se Town statement No-, for the p of Hie SWV 4 NWLi of Sectl ship No. 81 N., Range No 8 K . B M.. and will offer proof to show that the hnd sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register this office at of February, 1896. No. 8. l: Receiver of -ewiston, Idaho, cm tiie 28 day He n. s u* witness James Witt, lohn ( John W. M ittox, all of Grangeville. Idaho Co., Idaho. Any and nil persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this otfice ou or before *ai»l 28 day of February, 18.6. 28 37 . J 'l s B. Sloan and B. F. Morris, Register. GROCERIES. ■AT GOLDSTONE'S Cash Store a o o A (Q P is tho ft fi <i ONLY PLACE 0 OiT t!h.e ZEPIÎ.-A.IIÎ.IE s p 0 where you can P U P t) SAVE MONEY ft 0 w 0 Ö Get Full Value for Same. 0 I? w n COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. Doors «k Windows. ifi |REMEMBER^ J. T. ORBISON, of Denver, Has the Largest and Cheap est stock of Goods iu Town. Wo Garantoe you a Saving of 25 Per Ceut. toY~ SEND FOR TRICE LIST. *%i* Soientiflo American Agency r __ C AVI AT*. T*AD« MARK» DRSICN PATCNTS, _ . . OOP»« «HT*, «toJ For Information and free Handbook writ« to MU*« A CO.. 861 Ban ad way. N«w Yobs. Old««* bureau for aecnrlng patenta In America. *▼•■7 patent taken oat by us 1» brought before (he public by a notice given free of charge la the identifie Jtmerinm HENRY WAX, ORANGEVILLE and COTTONWOOD keep constantly on hand FRESH AND DESIRABLE €000$. o— o Latest Stifles , Sr west Sovel ties. HEADQUARTERS FOR PROSPECTORS' SUPPLIES. —A comp!** to stock of MBKOBANDISZI, Consisting of he Very Best "roods and Sold at the a 5UWL1R, LOWEST PRICES. BARGAIN STORES! -o P .r the Next S' XT Y DAYS i offer my eut in*, stock of QUÊTÂT At my Stores at KeuterviHe and Denver, at Prices Heretofore unheard of in Idaho County. NO CATCHPENNY BUSINESS. HENRY KUTHER, IDAHO. IDAHO. 14 KEUTEIvVILLE, DENVER, Lewiston and Mount Idaho Stage Company. EZRA BAIRD, Proprietor. Handsome Four-IIorse Coaches make tho trip a Pleasant and Comfortable one. -TIME CARD. (Summer Schedule.) — 4 a. m. Leave Grangeville, 3 p. m. Arrive Denver, 5 p. in. Arriye Cottonwood, 6 p. m. Arrive Lewiston, Engage gout Seats in Advance. Leave Lewiston, Arrive Cottonwood, Arrive Denver, Arrive Grangeville, 4 a. m. 5:30 a. m. 7 a. m. 5 p. m. W. W. BROWN, Itiis -REPRESENTS MANCHESTER, of England; HAM BU RG-B REMEN, of GERMAN Y. CALEDONIA, of Scotland. NIAGARA, of New York. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, of England. HOME MUTUAL, of San Francisco. HOME, of New York. HT POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED ON APPLICATION AT LOWEST RATES. rBTTIHL/IDI^Ta-S -A- SPECIALTY. VOLLMER & SCOTT Grangeville, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Idaho. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. - 0-0 FARMING IMPLEMENTS. ON El DAY & BUNN El E'S 9 Will convince you that their prices are in accordance with the hard times. They carry a full line of PUMFS, IRON PIPE ANT P TE riTTî? CE. CAR STELL SHEET STELL AMD ICC CHAINS IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE Como and s r e them. HARDWARE LINE. They will save you money. BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE Idaho. <ii ■'sailleville, -+o+. The only incorporated Bank in Idaho County. $ 50,000 CAPITAL STOCK, (fully paid) OPPXCEES: President. Vice President. • Cashier. F. W. KETTENBACH A. FREIDENRICU, W. \V. BROWN, ' DIRECTOES. FRANK McGRANE. HENRY WAX. P. H. READY. F. W. KETTENBACH. GEO. REIBOLD. JAMES EDWARDS. A. FREIDENRICU. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Money to Loan on Long or Short Time. Exehange Bought and Sold. A General Banking Business Transneted. TUE PATR9NACE OF THE PEOPLE OF IDAHO C0UNTT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. HARLEY STEPHENS. ™ New Goods ! ► GEO. BROWN. New Store ! i i ► i New Prices ! > i ► i BROWN & STEPHENS. ► i ► i i > i STU. ' i Shippers of furs aud dealers in farm produce. ► i ► i COMMISSION BUSIN SS A SPECIALTY 'J ■ V W V WWV WWWWWWHPWWWW