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COUNT THAT DA and may be even Jmg# i 'V :' " v; 1 ** low DKSCKNDINO SUN, VIEWS O WOUTHY ACTION HONE. bite, 55» well known OTTON IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, Î8»S rgl 1 " • - • U *-" 'H'W I W 'l l , '" I f II I RHOADS & TURNER, Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES!* yffict wood, ond-clai FUBU8HED EVERY FRIDAY^P i' W ' T P BNE ®' 3, 8. RHOADS One Yt^r,.......... ....$2.5( " Cash in Advance, 2.0< Six Months, " " i (y _ — A Correspond« h< wanted in each Town and Village in the County. . Æ Communication} on all mattert •M cheerfully published. Give u» your name; pot for publication, but #* a guarantee of good faith. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY: Joint Senator Hon. B.F.Morris REprEsENTATiVE, " Ward Girton Joint " " D. C. Stevens Dismcx Judge, W. G. Piper " ATTorNEY, J. H. Forney Probate Judge a) , , _ , Bupt. op Schools, f w*oob C*arber Auditor a Recorder a1 « ™ „ Clerk District Court) G. W. Case Assessor a Tax) t ti Collector, ( J. H. Wann Treasprer, John Bower • Geo, M. Robertson Chas. Gregory J. W. Turner, M, D. _ ( 1st Diet,, J, ReiBold Commissioners ^ 2nd " H. Meyer (3rd " J. S. Fockler Justice or Peace! „ n ... T ! H. Robbins .»«oynu Surveyor, SiiERirr, Coroner, Cottonwood F CT,| ARRIVAL OF U. S. MAIL: From Lewiston, daily except Sunday 6 o'clock p. m, From Monnt Idaho, Orangeville and Denver, daily except Sunday, 7 o'clock p, m. From Keuterville, Tuesdays and Sat urday of each week 1 o'clock p. m. DEPARTURES : For Lewiston, daily except Sunday, 7 o'clock a. in. For Mount Idaho, Orangeville and Denver, daily except Sunday, 6 o'clock a. m. For Keuterville, Tuesdays nnd Satur days ol each week, 8 o'clock a. m. J-J TAYLOR, Attorney-a t-La.w. Cottonwood, Idaho. Offlce at Post Office. F. AILSHIE, -A.ttoriioy-a.t-La.-w. Practices in the State and Fed eral CourtB of Idaho. Office work given careful attention and Collections promptly made. GRANGE VIILE&MO ÜNT IDAHO. H, F, SAMUELS, A-ttomoy-a.t-La.-w All business promptly attended to. Orangeville, Idaho, J^EVI MAGEE. Attorney-at-Law. Legal business given prompt attention. Collections a specialty, ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO. JW. TURNER, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Special attnention given to Diseases of the EYE and EAR. Offlce King St. COTTONWOOD» : : : IDAHO pj M. McDERMID. Practical Dentist. Fillings One Dollar and Upwards. No charge for extracting where plates ai« inserted. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Office in Poet Office building. OrANGCVlLtE. Idaho a BH^^^WwJnwopd Report hat hanged hands. May succès Town the efforts of tfye new troprietors, Rhoads <fc Turner n their new field of labor.—Sen xnel, Asotin, Wash. ' .Alderman Paumer of Lyndon Vash., lias a contract to get ou x,000,000 cords of shingle bolti 'Dr the Everson mill, which wil ake ten years, and he will re eive $2,500,000. The 1,000,00( \ords will make 5,000,000,001 liiflgles,*'to occupy twenty year: cutting, nnd require 3,841 sarB for shij me u. The Cottonwood Report hai passed into the hands of Messrs Rhoads & Turner, of Cotton wood. The mechanical depart ment is presided over by Phillii Pearson, who also has charge the local department. We pre diet for the paper renewed pros perity and a host of friends. Tribune, Denver, Idaho The Cottonwood Report has changed hands, Messrs. Tannatt < fe Hogan, under whose manage ment the paper attaiued markeo individuality and merit, retiring in favor of Messrs. Rhoads & Turner. The latter gentlemen have large material interests in Cottonwood and will donbtlesc make their journal a* important factrr for the good of the entire Prairie.—Tribune, Lewiston. Ida WHAT WE EXPECT. The people of the United States are waitirigjn great sus pense, the action of our present sitting of congress. Many ar< wondering what can be done tx relieve our present "cramped re lations," while others are doubt ing if anything will be done. The present indications would lead us to suspect that the out come of our present congression al action will be a compromis« measure. It is evident that th« several parties are mustering all the strength of their respective forces for the conflict. It is doubtful if the financial situation is sufficiently understood by all classes so as to compel congress to vet in any well defined way. If congress acts in any definate manner, it will be as a result of all the people concerned, was the controlling inspiration of congress, relief would be speedy and certain. While the party in power must manipulate affairs so as to retain the control of the government, and the party out of power must stand on such grounds so as to unite under its banners its hitherto discordant elements, in order to get the con trol of the nations helm, we need look for no relief. However, let congress do all in its power that can be done to relieve us; yet one thing must le kept in mind, that is, it will take time to restore public confidence. There is one thing that con gress can and ought to do, that is to let the people know what to expect as the policy of the present administration. Anything is better than this awful indefinite wandering like star that has lost its orbit. Let the financial policy of the of of 31 to on Sp^Bnt .congress be plainly and [definitely outlined, and thin the business of the country will n turally adjust itself to the s tuation, The party jn power can by w.se and judicious course, more to perpetuate its control t te national government now a single stroke than by a hun titnes the effort under less fav orable circumstance*, BETTER WHEAT PRICES. A Promising Outlook for the Farmers of the United States. A Probable Decrease in the Production. re The outlook for wheat begins to be more hopeful. For the past three months Europe has been making very heavy drafts upon our visible supply. Nearly 1,000,000 bqshels per week have >een exported during June and July. The crop in Europe not good this year, and our own crop, when the harvest returns ire in, will probably be rather below the average. The enor mous surplus which has so de pressed prices for the past two years is already being rjipidly re duced. The result will soon be rin to be felt in spite of the re cent collapse in the Chicago mar ket. Our whftat acreage has not been increased of late. In fact there has been no encouragement for increasing it, with prices barely covering the expense of raising to the farmer, if he in clude wages for himself and his teams. When wheat once starts up wards it will continue to ad vance until it reaches a figure commensurate with the average cost of production and a fair al lowance added for profit and for the risk of one of the most haz irdous of staple crops. We be iieve that figure should be not less than seventy-five cents a bushel for No. 1 hard, at the ele vators in Minnesota and the two Dakotas. With that figure rul fôr a year, we should gain at least a hundred thousand new settlers for our fertile North western prairies.—-The North western Magazine, St Paul, Minn. Northern Pacifie. Double daily trains to St. Paul, Minneapolis Milwaukee and Chi cago without change of cars. Connects at St. Paul and Chicago for all points east and south. Superior Pullman sleepers, up holstered tourist cars and dining cars on all through trains. Di rect service to the Yellowstone National Park. Fast time and all the reduced rates afforded pa trons of this line. For full in formation call on or address L. F. Hare, Agent, tf Uniontown, Wash. Notice for Homestead Proof. Daniel B. Denham, H. E. No. 1840. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho. July 1, 189S, Notice is hereby f :'ven that the Jol lowing-named sett 1« r has filled notice of his intentioa to make final proof in support of his clain, end that sail proof will be made before the Clerx of the District C xurt at Mt. Idaho Idaho, on Aug. 12, 1893, viz ; Daniel B. Dmham For the L xts l. 2 A S \ NEli Sec 5 T 31 N R 1 W B M He names the following wit'ess s to prove his continuous residence u on and cultivation of said Ian . vi : : henry Bonner, Axel Clausen, Kobe Howell, John J. Flynn all of Keaier ville, Idaho, 24-29 . C. M. Day, Regieter, 'H'W I W 'l l , '" I f II I a of Call on Wax & Goldstono for General Merchandise such as and « o Groceri e » ARG EST y o Most Complete Hardware and Stock Crockery 0. Lowest Pi Eto Etc ices Cottonwood Id Ear tw The! r A<1, A fall line ol Boots and Shoes, Sash and Boors, Paints, Oils and Glass, Drugs, Etc.-J53 We always lead let others follow, -in Low and Popular prices JORGENS ]^/JARTlN. - i In DRUGS & DRUGGIST'S SI NDRIES, WALL PAPERS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, GLASS, PUTTY, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE. Also A COMPLETE Line Cottonwood Oi FURNISHING GOODS. Ida.iio. KEUTERVILLE SHINGLE « MILL, Keeps constantly on hand First and Second-class Shingles. Special prices to Contracture. Shingle Yard with Wax & Goldstone, at Cottonwood. P. N. POWELL Proprietor. The Bank of Camas Prairie Orangeville, Idaho, OAJPrX'A.L The Only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County. STOCK (Fully Paid), - - -OFFICERS!-- $EO,COO F. W. KETTENBACH, President. A. FREIDNRICH, Vice President. -DIRECTORS: w. w. brownt"^ Cashier. GEO. RKIBOLT, B. F. MORRIS, HENRY WAX, JAMES EDWARDS P H RFADY A. FUEIDENRIOII, F. W. KETTENBACH. • «. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Money to Loan on Long or Short Time. E charge Beim' t And Sold. A General Banking Business Transacted. The Fatrcnece of the* 5 • People of Idaho County is Respectfully Solicited.