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Mr. Idaho, Uet, 23, 3&;.S}. Court met M up tiny, with Judge Piper on the bguch.' The mendcfs f>f thy Laf a#;e I all present with the exioptLn of ' J. F. Aihhie. who js Qi.i tW jbii-k I ]j B ( .... rive divojre and a )jes) y.ivil ,, crtseg aje on the docket. The jury was dismissed t/dtf I evening. A ttys, liejd and Babb. of l^ew jiistim, ari;l Forney and Greeaon, ■of Moscow. arc at!je)),iii|)g Couyt, S. Jx-wis an,d J'ljoy Poljovk, of I Rapid River. P. JI. Ready ai d Iphi! Cleary, of Salmon Hiver, I F. P. Turner, John O'Brien and Others, fron) Clearwater, and a large delegation, fron) the [Prairie, are visitors this week, Sclgiid is runping in full bluet, I with Mr. Hinkle as teacher anil I a full attendance 1 f pnpil^, •Judge Case fs under the weath. |.er, afflicted with rheumatism, 1 learned that Mr. Reed, the father o) our ex scho.dteaehi r, I Miss Retd, dropped dead this I morning, on his ranch six miles north of here. / K I JSTOCJy CHEEK, Fine weather and the grass as gi-gep as in jdje Spring, Mr. Sanders is building a woed I s hed. J. Rhoades is hack from Jus [trip to the Sound country. We are sorry opr friend Ruck Eve is going to leave. What j will become of Keutervjllc. Mr, Ferguson lias moved out;. A, Bru.st's ranch, which lje hag rented for three years. J. II, von Bargen A (Jo. pujl ed their thrashing machine in the shed last week and a hap pier lot of thrashers was never I seen. Mr, Harris is on the Prairie buying beef cattle. Jimmie Rook was oyer in the Ivon Bargen neighborhood one I day last week and killed 17 geese land wasn't a very good day for I geese either, Mr. Bruner was over to Mt, I Idaho last week on business, Pearl .Martin was Surprised, the ofher night, by some of his Denver attd .Stock Creek friends Miss Cooper piady up the party Ito celebrate Pearl's 17th birth I day. The party was a grand [success and gll had a fine time, A fine and refreshing shower I the night of the 29th. Oscar Rhoades went to a par ty the other night and lost hia iZZZt. hin ' |on account of the weather Block Hkai NOTICE. ~- All notes and accounts due the estate of T. J. Rhoads (de ceased) will be put into the hands of an attorney for eollec j tion if not settled by Xovembci 115, 189:5. J. S. Rhoads. MARRIED. At Lewiston, Oct. 20, Mr. Franz Hoartburg and Miss Jo bana Hraman. We wish the couple much happiness and success. ~~ T ' ~ Northern Paejfie. ■ " Doubledaily trains to St.Pau!, cago without change of cars, Connects at St. Paul and Chicago Toi* oll i J Ifor all points cast and south I .superior Pullman sleepers, up [ holstered tourist cars and dining I 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. Hake. Agent. D Uniontown, Wash. THE PRESS. M'l.nt ;i happy wurJ.'J #lhs it'ltl hpR debt hail never hivepteil.—Spokane Kevin . J he XX\th chapter Mat the\v is K* M "I reading n^v.-a-dave f <? r l' w l' le wl '" are JhrliimJ t.o bury their nione>» instead of putting it to U<F cxcliuiitaej's.— ... ^ , Walla \N>ftS7 statesman, tt is a matter i f commet' knowledge that the real work if tjie world is done hy young nip.l) eeruitid in in the farm and workshop. One or two genera, tjons of urhaji effeminacy px. hat sts the most vjgoyops strain .—( > regard an, There is no question hut immense amount of damage hay been done to our faymers-c^the j fplj extent cannot lie estimated yet- With all the diacouragin features of the case there is much ; to awaken hope and courage, j The sop is getting such a so;)!: jug as it l)as not had for many i years, and there is reason to jex- \ yicct favorable clinu.ttie changes that will bring a bountiful crop next season,-» Poipejrny past Washirigtonuii},,. Public meetings arc being held in all parts of eastern Washing Um, ii) the large and small towns - ip the remote rural districts,, the ! ohjecf of which is to agree upon some plan of action that will tide the country oyer this disas trous season, 'Flip object is al ways the same, hut the means suggested are varied. Farmers on the upper Paloùse, we are told, are organizing ajjd issuing threats of vengeance upon the - head of any person yvijo will bid na croj'S that are !*iiig sold l>y : luortgage foreclosure,—^Garfield Enterprise, The five men who were engag ed last week in mining oil one of t tjie grave) liars along Snake Riv I i f. testing a new gold saving machine, marie a ejeai)-up last Friday noon, Wfter the gold was carefully gathered from off j the plates, the dust -ww» equally ! divided and for the four and a half days work, e;içh man re- j reived for his share of the clean up twenty-two and a half cents, j Jim Justus one of the men re- j marked as be gathered up his I » i o' ; 'i ' divy, that it ! didn't require a very big sack in I which to carry his pile home.— kyotin Beutjnel, The Idaho exhibit at the | \\ <,rld s Fair hay attracted a ! great deal of utlcnijon throttgh out the East and J have heard ! many n niplimei.tary aqd jn- j quiruig remarks in regard to the j state. That it was a good in- ! vestment im one will doubt when j times revive and a stream of de sirable immjgrnts commences tc. pour into the state from the E;1 , t> Time , mav !)e hanl iu Idaho lit the present time, but they arc buite as bad in the Fast and the central West where the people have not half the chance to improve and recuper ate their brokpn fortunes. Al ready, however, the clouds are breaking, and in less than six months things will wear a far different air in the far North west. Star, Moscow. To investigate the rapid dis appearance of the Columbia Riv er Salmon the United States government has sent Ur. ('. M. Hilbert, professor of zoology at Lelaud Stanford, Jr,. University, anil O. P, Jenkins, professor of physiology at the same institu tion, and one or two other seien tide men upon an expedition to that stream. They have just re turned to San Francisco and report that tlie numerous nets. seines, traps and other devices that till the lower Columbia from Astoria a longdistance "P"» r ' l ! an ' l . rw-klew slaugh ter 01 tne tipfl '\ v riio cannois *.» en 1 11w « ..11 îoi.d ,.7 ♦ 1 ....... :. f are the causes of the scarcity of salmon. Prof. Jenkins said that Major Marsh ill MacDonald, United States Fish Commission er. would go West this fall with a view to securing legislation in Oregon and Washington to pro tect the salmon.—New York Tribune. mess. a, COTTONWOl t - nos.r«s 5 - F he Yiaveljng ? Publie, and fpcisii^t Guests ( * j 11 ^ Su K rioi ; ' Accommodation* at >M* Hotel. The Comfort and ffonvrnicnee of Guests wjil I* J 1'rinet) ml Consideration Jn the Management < f this House, and <>ur patrons - will lleeeive the W'>r,t)l of their Mo.ney.~~ (îoodTables, Good Herts. -Good Treatment," Is Our Motto. CHARLES Hr.ASUN.UJl.E" C, B. WOOL), Prop. JOHN j. PHILIP!, F'^SPIIOÏaT-A.BI-i^ ï f € ^ SUITS, TO ORDER PANTS, ' 1 |<^ ^jj]J j ( \tP('l]p, __ 1 l, TWIST« N, «DADO, v v t a x - , v . > i nvTU'Eh ALB YY OKK (it! AK.\ \ ! bhl). CLEANING AND REPAIRING A SPECJJ. LTV. l.raijipviile, idilllU. o' ' M 1» I 1 )c\ H( ) i if ) I KL,| GEORGE R. ODLE, Prop, HOOD .VAM/..S. r.'fa 7< l;sn>M: The Best of Attention givra to Travelsi tJtKJi) liEDN' Call and i e emivinced. - 1 HORSESHOE!? und REAOKSM!TII.j UÆa,oTiino Work a Speoialty. ■*" ^ All, WORK (Oil HINTED, Main Street, One door west of Kin- k y Collier',s Idilcher Shop ..... ... ^ ... ~ 1 * 81 : 1 ) S. MERRILL, 'N'i' • l- ; sl'KAi ; I'K A VF / ! i >e? w ritt? rs IS/■ OH-i'-E >n<rui,s. THE NEW YOST M : v . Shift Kt V.', < >!.' i,l. b'"«, .1 g'tf'ir It 'nxli, Y l \\M STAMPS, NOTAR 1 M S SEALS ETC., MADE TC! ORDER. LIVERY, FEED AM) SALE STABLE, O, I ./fin n ï «1HT FIRST CLASS LtKiS ALWAYS < RAND. S ',\ \ FURNjsH - DR IVKR 1 F DFsIR El > Horses boarded l.v day ,-r ,.,< !< at reasonable rates. COTTONWOOD. rJO-AjEio. ■V. E. Graham, J Dealer in fumtureand undertak er s supplies. Spceia Ltitcnlion given to undertaking anil em balming, I bave the finest and cheapest, and will not be mail j Sl !d by anybody. Three doors west of the post ofl'rce, Or.-nge vilie, Idaho. u i >:0:o — );o J a-. Ei vvAiuie, Proprietor. O O O Xc IB .A. Connected with the House. Grangeville, Idaho. * *n ton wood. Idaho K eep constantly on hand all 1 H-'lflSBCK of-, ROUGH AND FINISHKD dumber. Canted Edge-gram,q Flooring specialty. Prices on application. lern Pat -- X» tba line to u«h To all points South «J It ia the DINING CAR ROUT! ! It runs -Through Vestibule Trail 1 st l>wulandChi< No Change of Cars, Cumpused of Dining Cai-mtn«iirpai* f ij. I'ullman Drawina ltoom sleepers ' Of Latest Eqvipmept. r Toupipt Sleeping Cars Bent that can be constructed aiK i in which accommodations are bat)i lice and furnished for holders of lind or second-class Tickets, and Elegant.Day Coaches, j A continuous line connecting with all lines, affording Direct and Cnintcrruptcd service. Pullman Sleeper reservations cau | l(( secured in udyance through any agent of the road, Tlimugh Tickets, "ïiïï: Ainerini, England and Europe eau Ht purchased at any Ticket office of thin U'oiiipimv, I 11,11 information concerning rates j time of trains, rentes ijnd other i details furnished oil appliea, i tion to any agent, or A. J 5 . CHARLiTON, As..'t. (rKNL. pASSKNGKlt Au't, No. t-j) First St,, eor, Washington Fortiand, Oregon (I. M. Collier, JO. W. King Kinif & (oilier, Props. j C'ottomvood ■ MARKET, Beef, mutton, pork and sausage. Cottonwood and Denver, Idaho, : w.xngrum vi.A.crippin i-.Hiiissic, ! /i j i r i /1 i\i j saw, planing and shingle AX I JwT^ 9 smssl.ER. 1 Nti RAM A CO., Proprietors. ....... . .tougii aii.i Du smiI biiiidx'i', inrliliting Cant, jolge to'ait'.cd FI.mring mi lunnt, ' l '""' |,UKCTs *. *,*>« i<*■ iw» SHIM il.FS Ititi Sawi.il. RUSTIC. - , IDAHO PAEAC ESALOON BEN GERDING, Proprietor. Keeps ('uiistantly on Hand the '''^vhb.kkv.*^ Alio t!;,- i la.iccit Brands of Wittes UUI ORS A CTGAK8. cor/Vivuon/i,...... IDAHO, [)j/iiTUrn (\ hobt NUGENT, Proprietor. Rest \\ ines. Liquors and Cigars -A-lter ^Ypiril IS ttl, Uri/'AÄo • ^L'als..............25 cents. Leer three drinks for 25 cents. Beer per quart......25 cents. All other drinks, each 10 cents. A ! i parties indebted to me; I w'ill discount all accounts 15 per cent, for cash, and de duct all interest on notes beside 15 per cent, for CASH. One door east of " as A Goldstone's. »tore. Cottonwood, Idaho.