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■ u » PURE PREPARED PAINT. V« .VJ ■ v " The, Purest, Heaviest, Most Economical and Safest Paint Made. Ki»™toofone*alfe*oh strictly pure White Lead and Oxide of Zinc and thinned with Pure Linseed Oil. It contains no whiting, barytes, water, benzine or other aauiteration. it is finely ground and thoroughly mixed with the aid of heavy machinery. As it is absolutely pure and has the heaviest body, it will stand brushinir out tne same as hand mixed lead and oil and should not be flowed on like cheap paint. Where two or more coats are to be applied it may be thinned down with nure Douea linseed oil and the cost greatly reduced. We guarantee Pure Prepard Paint to be made of pure white lead, pure oxide of zinc, pure coloring pigments and pure linseed oil and to contain no adulteration whatever. We will forfeit the cost of the paint if in any case it is not found as herein represented. Paint sold under the above guarantee must be absolutely safe to use. One Gallon will cover 300 square feet—two coats. For sale by W. F. SCHMADEKA Dealer in Lubricating Oils, Doors and Windows. * GRANG-EVILLE, IDAHO. MAJESTIC Steel and Malleable Iron Ranges ffre Best in the World! Call and see them. Saddlery! Saddlery! Mens, Boys, Ladies and Misses Saddles, a full and complets stock just received. Also a full line of harness, single and double and cart harness. Harness of every description manufactured by skilled workmen out of the finest oak-tanned leather. A Woman Saved. I A CASE OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN. Mrs. Henry Younghans Tells a Story of Suffering and How She Was Cured. From the Evening Newt, Detroit, Mich. Un. Henry Younglmns, of Detroit, Mich., and aeked me to give them » trial. I started " J Un. Henry Younglmns, of Detroit, Mich., . TT " J 'taking who reaides at 1008 Grand River Avenue, p said : "Ever since our last little one came I 4W was an invalid. For years I have had the the most painful experience and would have to lie down most of the time. After the last baby was born I was unable to attend to my on housework. I could hardly stand up and had dissy spells. I wanted to sleep all the time and was treated by several of the best physicians. I would have the most fearful to cramp, for which hot applications were used, I used these hot applications until I blist ered myself severely. "Before our child was horn I had been a strong, healthy woman and was scarcely ever sick. After he was born I grew weak and thin, and received scarcely any help from it the medicine left by the doctors. They said I was not properly cared for and that the baby was too strong for me. My back seemed to be breaking and I was scarcely ever with out a severe headache. Could not tell you how many different prescriptions I have taken, but every doctor had a different plan of treat ing my case. I wore supports and laid for weeks with my limbs elevated, hut without avail. One day mv husband suggested that I try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, as he had read several articles in the paper about women who had been helped by them, I was discouraged and thought I must always he an invalid, hut said I would try them after I had taken the bottlw of medicine I was then using. I "A few days after he brought me in a box | Add Auditor and Treasurer's Quar terly Report. To the Hon. Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Idaho county, Idaho: Gentlemen:—We herewith submit our report for the quar ter ending April 4, 1898. Auditor's statement of war rant expenditures from Jan. 3, 1898, to April 4, 1898: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. Clerk, auditor and re corder's fees Bal $ 44 ° 35 Jailor . 202 50 Sheriff's fees, milage 500 18 Treasurer's fees. 306 67 Assessor &tax coll. . 2,007 70 Prisoners board. 81 75 220 84 School supt. com.... Coroner's fees. Justice court fees.... Justice court jurors. . Constable fees. Books, stationery and printing. Janitor. Light, fuel and sup. . Repairs. Exchange on drafts (state money)... License rebate. Co. physicians salary Other physicians.... Co. poor on poor fm. Co. poor outside " Typewriting & cost in Co. cases, civil... Typewriting & cost in Co. cases, criminal Postage. Co. com.per diem... Co. com. mileage... Grand jurors'. Witnesses before G. 73 00 76 OO 15 65 6 10 1 26 OO 27 OO L 35 8 5 10 75 *5 5 ° 28 OO 43 75 5 P° 196 58 150 00 Total road warrapfs, $3,09; 04 Total Co. exp. for quarter.$8,665 46 School fnd war .issued 4,06481 66 90 6 25 17 60 108 00 , 27 9 ° 316 80 66 00 j 8 00 238 80 jury .. Grand jury bailiff. . . Trial jurors ........ District court bailiffs 39 OO Total cur. exp. war. $ 5,574 4 2 ROAD FUND. Road overseers.$1,587 5 ° Labor on roads. Tools, blacksmithing and merchandise. . 139 93 Surveying & viwg rds i 57 Lumber. 1,161 13 OO 45 4 8 Total war issued... 12,730 27 • i,' 1 and aeked me to give them » trial. I started Ur. William«' Pink Pilla for Pale p j* t | )Bt ,| ay B11(1 put ,| ie ut her medicine 4W ay, thinking it would please him if I tried the pills, before 1 had taken one box I telt better. My husband noticed the improve* ment and bought two more boxes. I kept on using them until I had taken four boxes, aud I was entirely cured. "I keep them in the house now and use them occasionally, as they are a great help to all women. \ou would not have known me two years ago. w ,hat I am is owing to Djr. W llliams 1 Pink Pills for Pale People." , (Signed) Mrs. H. Younghans. Mrs. H. Younghans, being duly sworn, states that she has read the above and that it is true in every particular. Robert b. HULL, 3*., Notary Public. Wayne County, Michigan. Dr. Williams» Pink Pills for Vale People contain in a condensed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females. such as suppressions, irregularities and all forms of weakness. They build up the blood, and restore the glow of health to pale and sallow cheeks. In men they effect a radical cure] in all eases arising from mental worry, over* , work or excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never in loose hulk) at 50 cents a box or six boxes for 50 , and may be had of all druggists, or direct; by I mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, | Schenectady, N. Y. Add wai outstanding Jan 3, 1898 ■ • 60,035 94 j 72,766 21 Grand total Warrants redeemed Jan 3, 1398, to Apr 4, 1898. Current exp fund. .$10,814 52 General road fund. School fund. 2,350 31 4,061 81 Total war redmd. .$17,226 64 Bal outstanding at date this report.. 55,539 57 ed. 72,766 21 Grand total. Interest paid on above redmd warrants.. 1,135 17 In ties to 399 OO i son on '/ 1 outstanding Warrants on funds as follows; Current exp fund. .$37,673 63 Road fund. Bridge fund.. 4°9 00 Hospital fund. 3,53° 60 Scalp fund - .. Poor farm fund.... School fund war.. i. 3 , 77 i °4 140 30 12 00 3 OO Total warrants out standing(face). .$ 55,539 57 1 hereby certify that the foregoing statement is correct. A. W. T^V-NINGton County Auditor. Treasurer's statement for quarter ending April 4, 1898. receipts, Cash on hand Jan, 3, 1898.$18,478 73 Taxes for 1893 — Taxes for 1894.... Taxes for 1895 Taxes for 1896.... Taxes for 1897- 11,621 44 Pocket fees.. State poll tax.... , Hospital poll tax.. Miscln's licenses.. . Bankers licenses... Gambling licenses.. Ferry licenses. Fines. Excess fees, clerk, auditor and Rec.. Special school tax.. Tuition, sçh D No i Proceeds of dance, sch dist No. 33. . Proceeds of prop'ty 04 fonnd on budy Of Willis. 46 Est of John Hammer State appor sch mn} , ° 1 59 2 03 39 8 23 599 9 8 27 OO 6nS 00 OO 60 OO 200 OO 36 OO 1 7 60 2 ° 93 896 90 U 7 'tU 4 U 12 OO 13 •I I 225, . . -U 4 1 .w*«] — £ 37,2 I 1 15 OO 4 8 27 DISBURSEMENTS. Warrants rednul cur I exp 1897fund.. . .$7,959 06 War redmd genl rd 1897 fund. War redmd redmptn fund. 3)936 30 War redmd sund sell fund.... Cash sent state 2,404 74 4,061 8l 6,266 34 484 00 $25,112 251 12,098 90 ! 5 ft Vi ; ! .^ e of Gr ™s e Bal cash on hand r i luuua. Q.mrl c/'L /lief fnA* <£- nr ounci SCIl CilSl UlClS. • m* 5'434 75 nron tax u 2 170 66 omit piup lrt * v '* *»T/v ™ State poll tax 44 .. 188 66 1 . , State ITllSCln S license r nnr i luiiu. lyuoo docket fees 2 7 on ' * * • Cur CXp l 8 o 7 fund. . I.CC 2 48 j o _ / 1 Genl road 1897 fund Ißl 49 u 0 0 u n>~r\ r\r% 1090 uu Gcul School fund I.O06 7 7 ' * * IvCClCmpttOn c T o _ .,.,,1 T otdlt I09S ' 1 I 1 CI I oQO dpi fund , utl . State Doll tax. redm. 1 * tax sale Cert. .. .. * fVarwr*. V 1 liage Ot Orange* _$ 37 ) 2 " *5 Balance to credit of various 4°9 41 364 68 14 00 ville 50 00 $12,098 90 I hereby certify that the above statement is true and correct. j Geo. M. Robertson, County Treasurer. CEMLETC HR First-class washing and ironing. Nothing but skilled labor employ ed. North Main street, Grange ville, Idaho. tions ORDER POSTPONING COURT. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. Whereas, on the jrd day of January, 189S, au order was made by me, the Judge of sajd Court, as by law provided, fixing the time and place of holding the terms of said court in the several coun ties of said Judicial District tor the ye.^r 1898; and Whereas, by the urgent request of va rious citizens and taxpayers of Idaho county, the Judge of said court fixed the time for holding the first term of said court for the year 1898 beginingon Mon day the nth day of April, 1898, for the purpose of submitting the question of the renn v.il of its county seal; and Whereas, the purpose of said citizens to submit said question to the voters of said county bas been abandoned and the occasion of calling the said term of said couit at an e«rly time in said year when the roads and weather prevent a ronven-, Mt. ient and comfortable attendance on the terms of 813d court; and Win yeas, the terms for bedding of the othe courts in the Second Judicial Dis trict, as well as the terms of the Federal Court and the Supreme Court for the five northern couqties of Idaho vyill con-1 flict wjth the appointing of the term of Idaho county District Court earlier than the tnonfh of June, 4898; Now therefore, in consideration of the premises, and of the public convenience and the convenient transaction of the public business, it is hereby Oidered, adjudged and decreed that the said term of court heretofore ordered to be held for the couuty of Idaho in the State of Idaho, at the court house in Mt. Idaho, on the nth day of April, 1898, be. and the same hereby is adjourned to be held on Monday,- the 37UV day of June, A U 1898, at the couff house in Ml. Idaho, County of fdaho, State of Idaho. OO And it is o-dered that the sheriff or on clerk at noon on the said nth day of 1 April, 1898, make proclamation of the adjournment of said court until the a7th day of June, 1898, at the hour of 10 o'clock A M of said last named day. Done at Chambers in the City of Lew iston, County of Nez Perce, State of Idaho, on this 14th day of March, A D 1898. W. G. PIPER, judge of the District Court of fhè Second judicial District of the Stfite of Idaho. . . 57 for 73 44 and 59 03 23 9 8 OO 00 OO OO OO 60 90 4 U OO State oh IdaBo, I County 6f Idaho, f I, A W. Talkington, clerk of the Disr trict Court of the Sf.'ond judicial Dis •I trjctofthpStateof Hafto, iq qnd fpr I the County of jdtlhp. Hereby certify that I til» foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the original order postponing 225, court now on file in my office. j -U III witness whereof, I ha.e hereunto i set m v h.ud and affixed the | .w*«] , — [SEAL 1 in lit. Idaho, Idaho, this 2bltt . day of March, 1898. - I 15 1 A. W. Talkington, Clerk. 1 ALLEN STEPHENS, Prop. Outfitting point for ELK CITY, DIXIE and NEWSOME CREEK. Cive Ni 1 Trill Order> 251 ! The best of goods always on hand. 5 per cent, discount on cash sales over ft ; 10 per cent, on sales over $10, i Mitchell's Mill. 7 * QVHINGLE s ■ • -FRUIT BOXES.- • • A line line of sawed Pine, Red Fir and Tamarack . .SHINGLES.. at $2 to $3 per M. Fruit Boxes of all kinds. Mill on John's creek 3 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho. F. M. MITCHELL, Prop J. W. HENDERSON CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. 3 00 Cans nud specifications furnished at short notice. Mill anu heavy work a specialty. 90 • - tn.tll O GRANUKVIM.E. - A Full Line of Drugs, Medi cines and Druggists Sundries Constantly on Hand. Everything new am! fresh. 1 'rescrip nigbt by G. A. BONbltRAKE, Prop. » » Î > ► > > tions compounded day » > * i FRANK E. FOGG. LAWYER. of of Mt. Idaho of the the Mt. of in of or of the a7th 10 of D of » I £• Idaho. Grangeville, R. F. FULTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention paid busi ness in the Probate court; con veyancing and land office work. W. N. SCALES, . . . .ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practices in all the Courts except the Probate Court. Idaho. W. A. HALL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Probate business, collections, pensions and all legal document a specialty. Charges reasonable. Giangeville, Idaho. WILLIAM NEWTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Practices in all Courts. Office in block east of Jersey House qrangevllle, Idaho. G, S. STOCKTON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Telephone calls answered day or night. Office: Code's hotel. Denver, Idaho. DR. S. E. BIBBY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Grangeville Drugstore- office hours, 9 h. in. to n a. m.. aud t p. m. to 4 p. m. Disr Dis fpr that Beauty la Blood Deep, Clean blood means a clean akin. j beauty without it. Cascar*-,.; f „o 4 y t-àtbar i tie clean your bloud and Ueà;|i it clean, by the | «Viciuig up tbfe lazyliver find driving all me 2bltt . Bn J that sieldv bilious complexion by taking - I CaacaretH,—beauty for teu ccut*. All drug pt*. sa tmi'actiou guaranteed, 10 c, 25 c, 50 q, Idaho. To Çur« €onitl|u»tlun Forever* Take Ortdcarcls CauUy CulUurtlc. loc or 25c. It a 0. 0* fall to cure, druggists r* fund mouev Grangeville, EXCHANGE - SALOON. FRANK McGRANK, Prop. Keeps constantly on band the celebrated A No. i Cutter Whiskey. Also the choicest brands of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. A line Billiard talile. club rooms and every convenience connected wiili the Orangeville, Idaho. 1 house. H. O'KANE, i Merchant -Tailor. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. Perfect Fit. The pub'ic patronage is lespeotfully solicited, Call and see samples. One door eastofM.&M. Cash Store, Grangeville, Idaho. Stables. C. M. DAY, • • Proprietor. May and grain fut sale. Stock pastured. Teams, drivers, saddle hnir.es, always on hand. Careful Attention Given to Stock. Grangeville. Idaho. 1863 1898 PIONEER Saw and \ /T î 1 Planing -A 11J C. F. BROWN, Prop. Keeps constantly on hand a supply of flooring, rustic shiplap, ceiling and all kinds of rough and dressed lumber of good quality aud at reasonable rales. Two miles south of Orangeville. I**#«*#*»*«»«#**»«*««*««#« S IA.F. PARKER » » MINES EXAMINED .. And Reported Upon.. —E •//.■+ B Sink Camas Prairie* \ ■ BinkofBruOTillt,-! > Î Grangeville, - - Idaho. £ ♦♦♦«A#*»******-****)!'**.**».*«! > ► > » * > 4 » > * i I » I £• FEED : STABLE. u G. T. WILLIAMS, Prop. The best of livery accomtnodufions. Kates reasonable. Fair trealment. Mt. Idaho, Idaho. Ü.R.& N. TO THE 5 East! Gives the Choice of two trans continental routes. Qreat Men Railway Via Spokape Minneapolis, St Paul and Chicago. Oregon Short Line Via Salt Lake, Denver, o ni aha and Kansas Cit}\ LOWEST RATES TO ALL EASTERN CITIES. Ocean steamers leave Portland every 5 days for San Francisco. by me For further information call on O. R. & N. agent at Lew iston, or address, W.IÏ.HURLBURT, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or. Passenger steamers leave Riparia every day except Sunday at^:45 a. m. after ar rival of train, reaching Lewiston about 5 p. ni. Leave Lewiston every day ex cept Friday at 6 a. m., arriving at Riparia for connecting with train. CITY IDPtXJO STORE. DR, HI. H. SHBAFFER, Propi'iULr. A Pull Line ol Drugs, Patent Medicines Per fumery and Toilet Articles. 1 ui*e Wines and Liquors for Mediciual Purposes. N OBVILLB, ISA! Henry Wax, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General-Merchandise. • Miner's and Prospector's Supplies a Specialty. GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO. W. W. Brown, Insurance Agent. Represents MANCHESTER, of England. CALEDONIA, of Scotland. HAMBURG-BREMEN, Ger. NIAGARA, of New York. HOME, of New York. LONDON ASSUR'NC CR'P. HOME MUTUAL, of S. F. Policies Written and Delivered on Application at Lowest Rates. Farm Buildings a Specialty. .. Grangeville Roller Ms.. JACOB SCHWALBACH, Prop. THE PRIDE OF CAMAS PRAIRIE M u Is the only Flour worth having. Sold in the San Francisco market last year with the highest satis faction. Over 2000 Barrels It is It is the only complete Roller Mills in Idaho county, the only mill where you get your money's worth. Flotir, Farina, Graham, Corn Meal, Chopped Barley, Bran and Shorts. Constantly on Hand. Cash paid for wheat with proper deductions as to freights. The public patronage solicited and a square deal guaranteed. R ANK OL Ç AMAS R RAIRIB . GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO. The Only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County. until m Mj Mt ] r OFFICERS: F. W. KETTENBACH, President. A. FREIDENRICH, Vice President. W. W. BROWN, Cashier. DIRECTORS— Geo. Riebold, A. Freidenrich, Frank McGrane, Henry Wax, F. W. Kettenbach, James Edwards. Money to loan on long and short time. Ex change bought and sold. A general bank ing business transacted. Tbititrosuiof ttiM of Idaho Gouty it hmcthllj Until.