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IDAHO COUNTY FREE PRESS.
NO 16. $2.00 PER YEAR. GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1898. IL. 13 - THE LEADERS OF LOW PRICES! 1 to a of ~"N Our line of mens pants in R Cassimers and Worsted are much finer than any season before, and our prices are lower. See our line and convince yourselves. ALEXANDER & FREIDENRICH. •and Opening of Fall and Winter Clothing Of Mens, Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats, line of Clothing The public is cordially invited to inspect our new on display at lower prices than ever before known. now ONLY $5.00 ONLY $3.50. N Suits Mens Cassimere in dark and light colors, all new goods of latest styles. This line of suits is worth every cent of $9. Our price only $5.00 a suit. Mens Cheviot Suits made latest styles, trimmed in lian linings in all sizes, at U per suit. These suits P no t be duplicated else for less than $6. :re Pants. ily $ 8 . with us of just a few moments will convince you that it is to our great advantage to dress you well at a low cost—to give you stylish, tasty, thoroughly good Suits and Fall Over coats or Trousers for less money than any place we know of, for candidly, not at any time in the past were we better equipped for this service. Our progress tells a matchless story of clean-cut business methods—of a pop ularity that moves forward with unquestioned certainty because it has behind it, the people. Mens Black Clay Worst ed suits, nicely trimmed and all sewed with silk threads. FIIEIBLY Our new line of Over coats is now complete in Mil ton, Kersey, Cheviot and Cas simere. Ask to see the new box coat. CHAT liece Boys Suits. Overcoats. In this department our [k is more complete than former season, and for es in Boys Clothing you kt see our stock. This guaranteed make Is your surety. The Big Store With Tiny Prices, Supplies, Groceries, Hardware, Harness and Saddlery, Patent Medicines, Hardwood. Mail orders will receive prompt and careful attention. irs' ALEXANDER & FREIDENRICH 'mmmvmmmmwm IP f 3 S8 BANNER ^3 ^3 3 Cash 3 STORE ^3 ^3 county^S Is the Largest Store in Western Idaho and the most complete stock this side of Lewiston. ^3 ^3 A. - - IDAHO. COTTONWOOD llUlUUlUUUUlUUilllUilllllUlUUUmUK WASH HARDWARE STÖRE! ton, ^3 > east a well E. EVANS, Proprietor. hap dw.a»:r.e. irrlw a. Full Lilno of g gWg B' SiV - c+O ai f ÊSàs n It MB' wfi R S 3 p-" wPl| ■■ o "S' • Qgœ p »8? H p, EL Wk 't f Hjb ë miÊÈÊÊËr p.hpa WSf ft? Gr ang eville, Idaho. C. , in top I* connection. White Bird STORE. Largest Stock of on Salmon River Miner's and Prospector's Out fitting Supplies a Specialty. LEO. FREIDENRICH, - Idaho. White Bird, • THE FREE PRESS PUBLISHED B V BR Y YBIDAY BT Editor and Proprietor A. F. PARKER, RECORD OF THE ll'EEK. A. F. Parker. Notary Public. A No. i Baled Hay for sale at |8 per ton, by E. W. Oliver, miles north of Grangeville, and 9 miles east of east Denver. All persons contemplating purchasing a tombstone of any description will do well to call on j. Wilkinson, at the Bargain Store. Sash Doors of all sizes, kinds and varieties, at Way Down Prices, at C. C. Bunnell's Pioneer Hardware Store, Lewiston, Idaho. 43 Fob Sale.-— Plums at 1 cent per pound in exchange for grain at mill. Plums at my place 1 mile from Grangeville.—Ernest Smith. g B' ai f ë Skr Vicks —Sabbath Presbyterian School 10 a. m; Preaching II a. m., ami Union Christian Endeavor 7:45 p. m; 6:30 p. m — Frank Brown, Minister. C. K leader Sept 11. J. K. llursh. Binders, Mowers. Wagons, Hacks, Liuht Rigs. Plows, Hinder Twine Also Agent fo- Aultnian and Advance Thresh ers-JoHN G. BUESCHER, Kutber , jy"« „ Store, Denver. y The most complete line of Hardware seleet from, at bedrock at tue Pioneer Hardware Store, Kstablished 1861. C. C. _•_„r ,i,„ Sp'kane on the occa. -P Fl ^ u,t rate ^ *o'. 5 ,,b io nth trip. Tickets on sa J e '* th f ' 'I" 1 inclusive: good for 6' . . inouire P° r J urt £ er P Lewiston ot v\ A. Austin, Ge • % Rku Hot Bargains Every Day at the 2nd Hand ST >RK.— S'oves, Ptirni ture Household Goods of all tlescrip lion's, saddles and bridles, miners tools and equipments, guns ant pistols, fact anything and everything. Job work ,n repairing furniture; etc. Look out for tne 2nd Hand store sign. Grange building, Grangeville, Idaho. Give a call -GKO. A Francis, Prop. 15-18 in the State t pries, Lewi ton. Bunnell, Proprietor. The O. R. & N will sell tickets to sum gold er that that in [Read This. ■ 9116 - A Geutle Reminder is sometimes neces imler that sary. We drop you a we originated Low prices in Groceries. We have added Tin and Granite Ware, Dishes, Tubs, Rope, Etc , to our stock and are prepared to quote the very Lowest prices on these articles also. Soif you don't avail yourself of these Low Prices and save yourself some money it is not our fault. We have benefitted otners and can beueot you. We keep the only full line of Books and Stationery in town, Give us a call. ed been mg vey The ated *i6 HUM. CASH STORE. q been ena, the that pert ago son See ad. of M. & M. Cash Store, the cheapest place to pet groceries, crockery, tin and granite ware, etc. Smith & Smith, of Florence, have a few more of those nicely litho graphed maps of the District. Buy one or more and send them out to advertise the camp. The Palace hotel is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public with R. D. Shearer as proprietor, who promises to conduct it as the best hotel in the county. Rates 81 and *2 per day, with bar and reading room in con nection. 12 13. Having disposed of my remnant of goods, I will hereafter devote IU y w liole attention to dressmak at an( ] w qi i, e pleased to meet m y j a( jy friends wanting work d one a t corner of Meadow and North 2nd street.— M. E. Robinson. my home, 75 I A Card to the Public. ^RTland Oregon Oct. I. 189 8. w - ^CHMADKKA, Esq -, Grangeville, Idaho. I»-*« SiRi-Auawering your inquiry j as to the quality of leather you are using j compared with what is generally cut in ! the Northwest, would say that for the p H s< live years you have had from us on ly extra quality "A. B P.," which is the C. best grade tanned by the South San ! Francisco tannery, owned and operated I by A. B Patrick & Co , San Francisco. California Oak Tanned Leather is now , once ded to be the best wearing stock i is> the world, and of the tanneries in 1 ; California A. B. Patrick & Co , have the ' honor °f holding the only medal, being ! first prize for best tannage and finish, ' j awarded at a competitive exhibition in at which all Califirpia tanners competed. which conclusively proves you are using the best leather that can be nmdc or tools money can buy. You ca • guarantee in j harness made from 'A. B. P" Leather work in every particular and we will stand be out ; hind your guarantee Awaiting your furth r favors, we are, u.e \ ours very truly, 15-18 1 Patrick, Mastick & Co. to the is 1 W. H. Campbell is build ing a carpenter shop on his Coon street lot. Bowman & Harris will trade lumber for oats at cash mar ket price at their mill. Rev. McCarthy is expected to arrive today to assume the pastorate of the M.E. church. Ludwig Grabski is building a carpenter shop on his lot at corner of Main and Mill streets. Born.— In Grangeville, Ida ho, Sept. 13, 1898, to the wife of R. D. Shearer, a daughter, weight ten pounds. ~"N Married.— At Boise, Ida ho, Sept, 7, 1898, John T. Vosburg of Westlake, Idaho county, and Daisy Griffith of Elmore county. There will Be services in the Catholic church at Grange ville on September 23, 24 and 25. All are kindly invited to attend the Sunday service.— R e v. L. Mueller. was of that Elk the his of N N Bowman & Harris have completed repairs on their sawmill and are again running at full blast and filling long delayed orders at the rate of 20,000 feet per day. Ground was broken this week for the new brick bank building to be erected by the Bank of Camas Prairie on Main street, between the A. & F. and V. & S. stores, Dr. A. L. Olson, of Seattle, who gave the entertainment and lecture in the opera house on Monday night will he back next week. Anyone wishing to conevlt him willjfind him at the Jersey House. The annual report of com missioner of pensions shows that there are 1248 pensioners residing in the state of Idaho, and that they drew out of the Federal treasury last year the sum of $177,297 for pensions. Every approach toward the gold standard means a scarc er dollar with a larger pur chasing power; in other words that everything is growing cheap in terms of money, and that money is growing dear in terms of all other things. Walter II. Hill has return and ed from the south fork of Clearwater, where he has been for the past month mak an examination and sur mg vey of a tract of placer ground The property is flat, and worked, will have to be oper ated with a dredge. if q Experts by the score have been going to Buffalo Hump during the past month, ena, Butte, Salt Lake, Spo kane and Denver capitalists have had representatives on the ground. It is reported that Capt. De La Mar's ex pert went in about ten days ago to see the big showings. Alex Johnson, formely of Warren, has purchased lots 7 and 8, block G, Hall's addi tion to Grangeville, from Mrs. Mary Cambridge. Mr. John son and his family will take immediate possession and re side here permanently, while the Cambridge folks will move onto their ranch north of town. Ilel etc. have open the to the day, con meet work of '*An outfit of eight wagons, 75 head of horses, and babies enough to start a couple of new school districts, passed through town last Sunday, bound for the Nez Perce res ervation. The party came over the state road from Wei ser, by way of Warm Springs and Florence, and are from Wyoming. Mr.Orchard.the waterworks promoter, left for Portland on Tuesday to make his arrange ments for shipping the materi al required for the Grangeville system. The source of supply is a large spring with a flow of 138 gallons per minute on the Rossiter place up in the timber 3*^ miles south of town. The reader is referred to Ordinan ces 42 and 43, for details. inquiry using in the on the San now stock in the being finish, in using or Leather be are, Co. The frewhest and best candies at the Bon Bon. Republican county convention meets at Denver tomorrow. A nice stock of cigars just re ceived at the Bon Bon. The populist county convention is to be held at Denver tomorrow. The Hiyu mine is to be sold at Receivers' sale in about a month. John B. Goode, of Coeur d'Alene was in town this week bound for Florence. Rube Besse, one of the pioneers of Warrens is reported as dying in that camp. The Grangeville public schools opened Monday with an initial at tendance of 136 scholars. John Cummings, counterfeiter, escaped from the Lewiston jail last week and is still at large. We have a purchaser for a few Elk Teeth in good condition. Enquire at Free Press office. Vausise has contracted to raise the Grange hall building to the level of the Main street grade. C. P. Coburn has sold his stock ranch on Salmon river to George Riggs and Wm. Likes, of Walia. The new pump Little Giant mine has arrived in Warrens and will be installed at once. Registrar Johnson has opened his office for the registration of votes in Hall's law office on Main street. There are no germs in soda water to produce fevers. Have a good cold drink at the Bon Bon and keep healthy. Dr. Lanterman arrived from Colorado Sunday en route to the Iron Crown mine. The mill is ex pected to start up very soon. E. W. Oliver will shortly begin the construction of a building west of the post office to be occupied by W.D. Willett as a residence and bakery. N The school board met Monday evening last and organized by elect ing C. M. Day chairman, F. D. Richardson clerk, and W. W. Brown treasurer. Seth Cowen has sold his residence in town to John M. Auchinvole, who will occupy it with his family. Mr. Cowen will build again on South Hall street. Died.— On White Bird, Idaho, Sept. 4, 1898, Lulu, infant daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Swarts. Oh, when a mother meets on high, The babe she lost in infancy, Hath she not then for pains and fears, The day of woe, the watchful night. For all her sorrow, all her tears— An over payment of delight? Dissolution Notice. The co-partnership heretofore exist ing between G. A. Honebrake and J. M. Mullinix under the firm name of Bone brake & Mullinix has this day been dis solved by Mullinix purchasing Bone brake's interest. G. A. Bonbbrake. J. M. Mullinix. Grangeville, Idaho, Sept. I, 1898. Notice To Stockholders. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Iron Crown Mining and Milling Company will be held at the Jersey House, Grange ville, Idaho, on Saturday, October 15, 1898, at 2 o'clock p. m. By order of the Board of Directors. W. W. Brown, Secretary. Grangevi le, Sept. 13, 1898. Requa, the jeweler, is back in Grangeville to stay, and so licits repairing work in his line of business. Good work at reasonable prices. Pianos and organs cleaned, revoiced and repaired. First class work at a nominal price. —GeorgeThatcher. ers for tax coe, the on to to fix for Reibold's of if on ex of 7 take re The Iron Crown Mine. Salt Lake Tribune. Dr. A. J. Lanterman, who is the principal owner of the Vin dicator mine at Cripple creek, said yesterday on the eve of his departure for Newsome,Idaho, that at the latter camp he had a better proposition than any one in which he had ever en gaged. Although very quiet as to his movements in the north, Dr. Lanterman has erected a mill through which 25 tons daily are being put, the ore, he says, averaging no less than $30 a ton. The mill started on Wednesday last un der the direction of W. H. Walp, an experienced mill man, who has already begun to turn out the yellow metal, 1 and who assures his chief that he will be turning out dividends within the next 90 days. Dr. of res came Wei from on supply of the timber The Lanterman left for 'the north last night, where he will re main for at least one week. Jtogral make* the food pare, whot mud delicious. tsm M. 15, so line at tOY; fcua * 0 Absolutely Pure Tax Levy for 1898. STATE OF IDAHO, \ COUNTY OF IDAHO, j" On this Monda)', Sept. 12, 1898, pursuant to law the Hon. Board of County Commission ers of Idaho county, Idaho,met for the purpose of fixing the tax levy for 1898. Present: Daniel J. Bingman, Ch'mn of the Board, Anton Hendrichs and John E. Bris coe, commissioner, and A. W. Talkington, clerk, by W. N. Knox, deputy. There being no statement from the state auditor showing the amounts required to be paid by this county to the state, on file with the Board or the clerk, the clerk was instructed to telegraf to the state auditor to ascertain the amounts due from this county for state pur poses: And same having been done, the Board proceeded to fix the Tax Levy for county, and also for state purposes, for 1898, as follows: ON EACH $100 V ALUAUION. State purposes, '98 acct, $ .85 " " w road For county purposes: Current expense fund General road (1898) fund 50 Road deficit 1897 fund General school fund Redemption fund Bridge fund Total Levy on prop tax $4.65 Also the following per capit^ taxes: State and county poll tax $3 Hospital (County) All of the foregoing taxes to be collected by the asses sor and tax collector of Idaho county, Idaho, as by law re quired. It is hereby further ordered that a road poll tax to be col lected by the road overseers of the several road districts of the county be, and the same is hereby levied as follows: A road poll tax of $4.00, or two days labor to be done up on the roads in the district where the person so liable re sides. The minutes were here read and approved; and there being no further business before the board, the board here adjourn ed sine die. Attest: A. W. Talkington, Clerk. By W. N. Knox, depu ty. Born.—Near Keuterville, Idaho, Sept. 11, 1898, to the wife of John Bonner, a son. _ Bokn. —Deer creek, this coun ty, August 11, 1898, to the wife of John Hadorn, a 12 lb daughter. •05 1.50 20 5 ° I.OO °5 $2 D. J. Bingman, Chairman. is Vin his had any en quiet the has put, no mill un H. mill begun metal, that Dr. north ^ re -1 Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair. 'DR* *W 0 * CREAM_ BAHN 6 Ipwwdb MOST PERFECT MADB. '