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VIEW« FROM THY HAND NO WORTHY ACTION DONK. ITONWOOD, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1893. COTTONWOOD REPORT. Entered in the Postoffiee at Cotter. wood, Idaho, ae Second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY W. TURNER, J. 8, RHOADS. RHOADS & TURNER, Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: °" e Vfc- v • :...... $2.SC _. -, Cash in Advance, 2.0( Six Months, " " j Q( ; Rates of Advertising furnished on application. Special rates on large display ads. *A Correspondent wanted in each town and Village in the County , Communications on all matten »/ interest cheerfully published. Give us your name; not for publication but Us a gu&ranlet of good faith. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY: Joint Senator, Hon. B.F.Morrie Representative, " Ward Girton Joint " District Judge, " Attorney, Probate Judge a/ SirpT. of Schools, f Auditor a Recorder a Clerk District CourtT Assessor a Tax) t Tr CoClector, 1 H. Wann Treasurer, John Bower Surveyor, Geo, M, Robertson Sheriff, Chas. Gregory Coroner, J. W. Turner, M. D. i 1st Disti, J. Reilxilcf Commissioners ■] 2nd " H. Meyer T (3rd " j. S, Foekler Justice of Peace! .. , Cottonwood P'ct,\ Bobo.ne D. C. Stevens W. G. Piper J. H. Forney Jacob Garber C. W. Case J-J > TAYLOR, -A-ttornoy-a/t-X-ia/w. Cottottwood, Idaho, Office in the Nuanez Building. J,F. AILSHIE, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in the State and Fed eral Coürts of Idaho-. Office work given careful attention and Collections promptly made. GRANGE ViLLE&MO ÜNT IDAHO. H jF. SAMUELS. aA.ttörn©y-a.t-ija.w All business promptly attended to. Grangevillb, Idaho. J^EVI MAGEE. Attorhey-ât-Law. Legal business given prompt attention. Collections a Specialty. GRANGE VILLE, IDAHO. J^W. TURNER* ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Special attnention given to Diseases of the EYE and EAR. Office King St, Cottonwood, : : : iDahd h. M. McDERMID. -PPaotioa .1 Dentist. Eillixgs Otfi Dollar and Upwards. No charge for éxtïactîng where plates art inserted. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Office in Bust Office building. Granoeyille Idaho *J. f. LAPOlfrï» t). K> Barber Shop. HOT AND COLD BATHS» 'Cottonwood, - * - idaho. : i j i j I ; The IPWrmeln the Blatk Tills region is said to be 52 milts •ong, and contains nearly, one housand five hundred rooms, iome 200 feet high having been opened. There are streams, wat erfalls, and thirty-seven lakes, one of which is an acre in extent 1 he cave is 6,000 feet above sea ievel and 400 feet below the earth's surface. It is very touching to hear iov. McKinley "pray God that .he free traders will for once live ip to their promises." If Gov. McKinley's breeches are as full of Bhoddy as those of many of his fellow-citizens who have been put under the McKinley law he will have to moderate his pray ing or get the knees patched.— St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Chicago, Aug. 29.—There was the usual meeting of unemploy ed on the lake front this after noon. Many speakers were listened to including Lucy Par sons. A mass meeting of labor ing men has been called for the lake front tomorrow afternoon. The leaders have promised that there will be no disorder, but the police department is prepared to hold a large reserve force in readiness,"Review, Spokane, Wash. FROM "OBSERVER;' We have strong grounds for concluding that the Earth was once a molten mass.—T yndall. The advocates of this theory claim that while the Earth was revolving through space a red hot mass, clouds gathered, rain* descended and cooled the earth, fitting it for the existence of ani mal life, Quefy: Whence came those clouds? In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth, and the Heavens were of old and the Earth standing in the water and out of the water, —Bible. INVENTORS ATTENTION! Experiments made by the scientists appointed for that purpose by the French govern ment show that the resistance of the atmosphere to the motion of a high speed train often amounts to half the resistance which the locomotive must overcome. Two engines, of which the resis tance w«c measured repeatedly and fou..., .o be nineteen pounds at thirty miles an hour, were coupled together and again tried. In the second trial the res istance fell to fourteen pounds per ton, the second ehginc being shielded fïoih atmospheric resis tance hy the first, It strikes mb that there is an idea for some hiventor half unmasked in this item.—Times, Kansas City, Mo. - DISCIPLINE IN ALSACE. It is said that two Germans Were talking one cold day on the Banks of a large pbnd, when one of them fell in. He could hot Swinr, and screamed for aid. The other, who Waft ah officer, did not feel Inclined to take so cold à plunge, attdcalffily Watch ed the struggles of the Sinking man. All at ohee the matt in the witter began to sing a stanza of the "Marseillaise" and the officer jumped in forthwith, for his strict orders were to arrest as in of to can the the any person whom he heard sing ing that famous song. The un fortunate citizen was imj risoned for eight months, hut that was better than drowning.—Tid Bit-s. FUTURE OF BOYS. President Gilman, of John Hopkins University, asserts that neither precocity nor dullness is a certain index of the future of boy. Only a wise man cart tell the difference between the prig gishness of conceit and the dis play of unusual talent, and it takes a superlatively wise man to devise right methods of excit ing temperaments that are dull or, on the other hand, to guide a genius. Abnormal brilliancy and abnormal slowness are us ually the result of abnormal physical conditions, andwphysi dogists are just beginning to show to ordinary parents how these unusual conditions may be discovered and treated. When we see a man we cannot tell what sort of a boy he came from, and when we see a boy we cannot tell what sort of a man he will make, BRAIN WORK. ministers VoU may kill a man with anxiety very quickly, but it is difficult to kill him with work, especially if he retains the pow er, which most men of intellect ual occupations more or^iess possess, of sleeping nearly at will and without torpor. Tht man who has used his brain all his life, say for six hours a day, has, in fact, trained his nerve power and placed it beyond the reach of early decay, or that kind of feebleness which makes many appalenty healthy men succumb so readily to attacks of disease. Whether the brain can actually give pow to the muscles is not certain, though the enormous strength sometimes developed in a last rally looks very like it; but that can materially affect vitality quite certain, and has been acknowledged by the experienced all ages.—London Speaker. ARBITRATION. The London Spectator has given expression to some view's to the possible result of arbi tïatiou that will cause some talk this country. Admitting that England and the United States are, by reason of Bocisl characteristics, especially capable makihg ah agreement to set disputes by arbitration a real the Spectator continues: An agreement not to fight till the questioh ih dispute has been re ferred to a body exercising the funcliohfc oit a court of law, is a ih the direction of that al liance between the United States Ettgland Which, we trust believe is the destiny of the countries. If we begin by an acknowledgement that we are in the position of foreign powers—i. e>, liable to war at any moment—we may sooh rise to a definite race alliance, and, lastly, that declaration of a comtnoh citizenship which would prevent Englishman from being an in Amêrica-, or an.y Ameri being art alien in England would ffeal this br'each in unity of Ihê ràce caused by foTiy of George III. and his Call on Wax & Goldstone for General Merchandise such as Dry Goods and Groceries, o & 0 \ LARGEST Hardware. Crockery, o ■V and Most Complete Stock «s, and Etc., Etc Lowest Prices. < 2 ^ S' Cottonwood, Id. : A full line of Boots and Shoes, Sash and Doors, Paints, Oils and Glass, Drugs, EtcdB Wo always load let others follow-, in tow- and Popular prices J O RDEN S ^lARTIN.ÿ *—§—Dealers In-— g — DRUGS & DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, WALL PAPERS PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, GLASS, PUTTY, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE. Also A COMPLETE Line Of FMISUINC GOODS. Cottonwood KEUTERVILtUE SHINGLE MILL, constantly on hand First and Second-class Shingles, Special price* to Contractor*. Shingle Yard with Wax .fr Gohlstone. at Cottonwood. P. N. POWELL Proprietor. The BankofCamas Prairie ßpangevllle, Idaho. The Only Incorporated Bank In Idaho County. CâAPÎ'jPAJlj STOCK -Fully Faid), *■ - - - $BÖ,CDÖ ——-OFFICERS-—" F. W. kKTTENBACÖ. President. A. FREÏDNRICH. % Vice President W. W BROWN-,""* Caehief. DTBECTOtS n—— ÔËO. BElBOLf , B, B MORRIS HENRY WAX, JAMBS EDWaRB^ P. H. BEADY, À. FRE1DENRICH. L W. KETTENBACH. ' Interest Alldwed on Tiitte Deposits. Money to leaf) ott Lorrg cY SBort Tkrrts Exchange Ikstdht •A Wd Bold. A G'ettferal Ranking Eusine€S Transacted. The Patronage-of &« ~ Poopto of Idaho Cosmtyfcs Respectfully SoRdftei.