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was over from Yesterday. ekert rejoices—his first is "How is Ohio/' ^Fohnnie Chase, of Union Dis* Strict, was in town Monday. Messrs. Hogan and Creeiman Went to Lewiston, Tuesday. L. A. Wayland and wife were down from Rustic Wednesday. John Moriarty, *>f Craig's Mountain, visited the burg Tues day. The North Idaho Horticultur al Society met at Lewiston Sat urday. U Miss Edna Bentyow, of Pome roy, is visiting the family of W. J. Smith. R. M. Bibb, of the Lake Dis* trict, delivered cattle here Satur day for Sharkey. C. H. Brockman, of Denver, Was in town Saturday getting blackstnithing done. J. H. Hunte has gone to Cornwall, Idaho, where he will teach school this winter. Those who have no turkey for this office at Thanksgiving can bring chicken, duck or goose.—Ex. —YoU can buy your Winter Supplies very CHEAP at Nuxoll & Stubbers. Good goods, prices reasonable. J. D. Bears & Son are in the neighborhood gathering cattle for the market. They will leave next Tuesday. —All harness and saddlery sold at a discount for cash at Co* & Creelmans. Cottonwood and Lewiston. Postmaster Pendleton, of Sprague is short in his accounts over $3,500. He haS been placed findet »Irrest. . Pink Underwood pUlled in Saturday, from Lewiston, with 2500 pounds of stone coal for Nuxoll & Stubbers. Sheriff C; A. Gregory, of Ida ho County, has beer) conimi ssion ed a deputy United States mar fehsll.— Statesman. Born.—Oa Cottonwood Creek, Nov. 17, to the wife of August j VoH Bargen, a son-. I- P- Lyons is now washing dièhes, scrubbing floors and per rming the other duties inci ent to the lot of the bachelor. The Land Office officials at '$Wi«tori have decided the con test cape of L. M- Çostley vs. Pat SurdeviUe in favor of the former. A Bûssian arrived at New York the other day, clad in a lo&g fctoat taa'dte ftofti the skins of more than 1,000 Russian mice. D. A. McKjnlay brought in soWe ihàfÂmoth carrots to the Repobt office the other daÿ. Camas Prairie is a world-beater lor big Vegetable!. The Rev. Van Duden, pVesid ihg elder of the Spokane district» will preach in Cottonwood at 11:30 A. M. and in Denver at 7 P. M., Sunday. Fruit \nies, sôld Iaht season by John Whealdon to parties in jthu vicinity, Will be delivered "by Postmaster Robbifis after the 25 of\his niidnth. Lester Uhenowèth, a nephew f C. A. Alexander and H, Chen weth of the Clearwater, is here 'siting relatives and friends e hails from Jfiliaetta. Joseph Lapoiftt, our êk-bar ber, we hear has turned cattle king. He passed through town yesterday oh hfs way to Union town for sullies for Tifs slock , îanch neàr Pittsburg Landing, ch Snake Rivet. . , Married.—At the residence of the bribe's \holhef, Fair view pïe hihet, Idaho Co. Idaho. Nov. 21, Ï8$3 r by Hev. \V f A ,;Hall K Mr. Dorr |I James. of. Albany. Qrè. Af& iSisB îiafy H. Reed of Falr îè County. and kinds of a satisfactory Mr. ArgetBinger anti family are recently from Waits burg, Wash, and are a welcome addition' to our towm A duller by the name - of Thomas is here this, week trying to organize a stock Coibparty for the purposeof erecting a flour mill at this place. Mr. Thomas is from Genesee, where he h;is been engaged in the milling business for some time past. He is a : trained and practical miller, and his plan is to erect a 50 bbl. rol ler mill to be finished by March 1, next. He offers to take ^OOO stock if the people here will take the balance. Dissolved. We publish this week the dis solution notice of Wax »fc Gold stone. Mr. Wax has purchased the interest of Mr. Goldstone, and formed a partnership with Mr. W. L. BrhVvn Under the firm name of Wax <fc Brown. Mr Brown is a brother of W. W. Brown, of the Bank of Camas Prairie, and comes to us from Warrens, where he has been en gaged in the merchandise busi ness for the past five years. He He will have charge of the store in Cottonwood, while Mr. ,Wax will manage the Grangeville house. Mr. Wax has just re turned from Portland, where he purchased the winter's stock for both stores. These goods are now arriving and in a short time they will have a complete line of general merchandise. We predict a good business for the new firm, as they are both experienced merchants and know how to cater to the wants of their patrons. Mr. Goldëtone will, femdin in Cottonwood during the wihter, and continue the implement bus iness which he and F, J. Hogan represent. As soon us spring opens, he intends to erect A building and embark in business again. We are glad to have Mr. Goldstone rerhain with uft, as he is one of the most enter prising and energetic citizens it has been the good fortune of Cottonwood to secure, He has always been foremost in »J1 plans for the pomotion of the growth of our town! not merely in the way bf "chin music," but, What was better, always sub scribed liberally in cash to all sttch projects. Mr. Goldstöne says he is first last and always for Cottonwood, Grand Salk The Thanksgiving Ball, to be given by the I. O. O. F. Lodge, on Npv. 30, in Ilearthurg's Hall, haS the following cpmmiteeg. Com. of Att-angfcmenb, Riley Rice, Aug. Heartburg, John Breen, W. H. Bash, Alva B'aicolm. Reception Com., N. Ah'dêSspn, W. P. Thompson, J'. H\ SVniley, j. G. Pèa'sl'eÿ-, W. H. Smith, A. F: Parker John Breen, P. II. Ready Lee iSmilh. Floor Com;, Riley Rice, C. Overmah, Fred Shafer, J. N. Rice, À. Heartburg, G. N. Wolf, L, A. Brimer. The Tïess. Music by A. D. Greene's Or chéstVa. Tickets to dance afid supper, «t2. It is sUppcSed that the lopsid-j ed appearance of softie of our farmers the past few days is caused by Carrying aft unaceüs- tomed weight of.filthy lucre in the off pockpt oj their .overalls -K! along; with thei get centric location of the ftew cèh -ter of gravity.*—D*dfts, Steelè, N. D. - v *'«•« îce-creanr-^p^^p^' tree Doctors axe of the opinion that hanging no the front gate pro duces rheumatism. The chew ing of gum destroys the mouth. Ploying the piano destroys the beauty of the hand, and wash ing the dishes causes chaps to come—to propose. There you have it, gills, take your choice. —-ColurnUhi Chronicle. The Ne* Perce reservatio»» I question still drags along. A'-j large number Of the Indians are ! away on a hunting expedition, j and Col. Lune, agent, is ««able 1 to accomplish any good, Co!. Lane this week goes to visit «Sth-'j er bands and will return in a 1 month, gather what information lie can and then proceed to Washington and make his re port. It is hoped that every thing, will lie satisfactorily ar ranged snd the reservation thrown open to .settlemint.- Genesee News. , , . (ICVlCPS There are one. of two on tl.e sound for drying grain and a gentleman fr< m Priicnme'is going over next week to examine them and find whether they ! could hé Vised to advantage in j this section. A dryingmachine, ! called the Worrell after the name I of its inventor, a resident of Hanihal, Mo., has Irecn Vised ; with great success in the middle states. It costs about ' ^3,000 | and has a drying capacity of from 6,000 to 7,000 husliels a j day. It is in the form of a ; large cylinder set up at an angle ; and surrounded by spiral heat- 1 ing pipes. The cylinder Tevolv- ! es ttnd the wheat, which is put j in at the top, gradually works I down and comes oUt at the hot tom thoroughly dried. There ' has been some talk of importing j one of these machines, but on aecoiiht of its cost and the time | which it would take to get the 1 machine here, some less expens- ! probably I« j ; i j j i tve device will adopted.—Patouse News. Socialism. Twenty years' ago there was j not a handful Of socialists in the ! United States. Today there are j hosts in every City in the ; Union, Here jn Spokane cir- j cleg hâve been organized end j their numbers are rapidly in creasing! everywhere their prop, j aganda is at work. Now organized socialism is i nothiVig ttlièr than trgst:- \ iz'ëd discontent, ahd there- j fore the expansion of socialism i means the expansion of i human dissatisfaction and u „*. ! rçst- You discern it every where | -<=in the republic« of France and : the United States, the mild mon- i archies of Britain and Germany, the autocratic realm of the czar, and the colonies of Canada, Aus tralia aitd New Zealand. Form of government does not affect it; democracy cannot shut it odt, and republican institutions can no longer bar the gates against it. A socialist is one who believes that the individual theory of democratic government iS a fail ure; that it is largely responsi ble for poverty and wartt; that it breeds ^selfishness and destroys the Viitural brotherhood of man; and that these conditions will continue with increased fordé until a government shall be de vîàéd Under which tabor can be performed nod property held more in conVmon. In socialism there are degrees and degrees—ranging from the mild school of Carlyle, Ruskirt and George, to the dreamy illus ions of Bellamy and IgnatiiA Doftngljy, Carlyle advocated nationalisation of the 'land, edu cation«, emigration arid profit sfiaVing hetwcfdft tffo tnahu fac turer a »id his éftipiuÿOB, Edu cation has brought k doe fiel- un rest; emigration from Eifigland j ha> turned to Immigration, and i thé Ships thatTook the cOlmiist« i away frotn the white Vflfffs Albion a it hrift^tlg them houic again. In the United «States «ai »ire haVitrp ils» e.-tpie triitfhla df ! •lion; wages are every when pliuing, and a mighty he,: unemployed deprived of aii^op portunity of earninn a livijhg by individual effort, are turning eagerly to the alluring yLspeot of changing rondiUoifis under which they hopejgr lean upon society and escape forevermore from that haunting fear of loss of employ to ant an I an old I age <*f l*>verty or humiii iting pauperism, ! The prob!epi§ pro pressing for j KO,K «* sort t.i solution. We sliall 1 hardly see the solution in our Hay hut the rijdug generation pesé through one of the 1 great est crises with which man kind has ever been brought face'! to face. For 5b years the pro- ! fofVnd thinkers of the world--the ! prophets of the times -have seen these things darkly as j through a glass; they are now *o close that one f>$ |»rUiOary per ception may see their guant out . liuea-indhe dim distance. Will «' • . - v they bringf a 8f*fè' ffml eatty Irans formation, or will they come on the hurricane of a mighty revo* lution.—Review. ! j ! I ~~■ " Notice is hereby given that II. Tavtor has lieen authorized to building fqrrd. ■fc. B. Wood, -f. D. Graham, >1. W. Turner. Trustees. Dissolution Notic« ; , , . : ( , co ' e< t Hn< ^ V ec Ç*pt f° r tne | to l ^ e 8ch ° o1 houée j ; ; 1 ! j I --- ---- . Notice is hereby given that ' G»» partnership heretofore exist- i j between the.hudersigijed un- ; der the firn» name.of Tahuatt & ; | Hogan snd riolng.a general Real : 1 Estate and insurance business ! * n town !*( Cottonwiaxt j Idaho ÇVjunty^dahq, is. this,: ; day dissolved Hiy mutual con- j i sent. F. J. Hogon assuming all j indebted Hess of thefornter firm ! j and all hills' aird accounts are j i hereinafter payable to him, . E. L Tannatt. F. J. Hogan. Dated 'at (Mtonw ; 0od, Idaho, ' NovémlS»y-i3, 1893. 45 Dissolution Noticu, j ! j ; j j j —---- ] Notice is hereby given that i i »he partnership.heretofore exist- ' \ * n 0* betweefi the undersigned j under.the lirin naine of Wax & i Goldstone and doing à general I i merchandise business in the : ! hvWU of Cottonwood, Idaho Coun | Gtoto H Itlrtho, is this day : diSWilVwl by mutual consent, j i Saml - (loldetone «tiring from j i i the firm. All accounts and debts owed by the firm of Wax ifc Golds tone are hereby assumed hv the Ha id HenrJ- Wax who Conti nues the business and s.ll accounts due the fihtt are here inafter payable'to the said Alrin r.y Warn Iteftry Wax. fSArpl. GoldstonC. Da teil at Cottonwood, Idaho, October 30, 1893. COTTONWOOD, y, IDAHO, L-; 1 Is situcLted a.t thfe th tranefe to CAMAS PRAI-: •RIB, the most beautiful and ÿreduetive -part of IDAHO, T»Ë FÛftJÂE TROPOLIS 0F IDAHO COUNTY*. Three desiring u> locale where, ! he«.«'!trc-cheap and land is fertile, ae'.d'flown to eorttspond with J. S. RHOADS, . or H TAYLOR. RlarreA CoPi =z i'he, Traveling Public, a Transient Guests generally, vviiT* Superior Accommodation at This Hotel. The Comfort and Convenience of Guests v.ill le;! Principal Cousid«-ratio In the Management < this House, and our Patrons — will Receive the \\ orth of their Money. Good Tables, (Good Beds, "Good Treatment.'' Is Our Motto. ASoNAiii.L ! ! j O. Jrr>. \\ r ( )( ) I. ), 1 LO | ). ______ JOHN J. PHIL FVLiBI-IIOlSr.A.IBruE IF J LEWISTON, IDAHO. Suits, to order, pants, ' .FH. ALL WO INK GÜA RANTEED. •CLEANING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. J. F. SHELL, A^ent, Grangevilk 1 , Idaho. The Best of Attenti i ; ; : *'••'' | JJOltSKSHOEH ' V j ! j Mt. Idaho • Hutfi,, GEORGE R. ODLE, Prop. -otH F HOOD MEMs. . HOOD JtnoM.i,' HoOD'jijiDS. iven !•: Travelers. Call and Ik- convinced. and BLACKSMITH. ] i ' I : j iNÆaotiiila» Work a. Speoia,lt,y. ALL WORK -WARRANTE». Main Street, One door west of Kinjr & Colliers Eu teller .Shop ! ,.. . ................ . I s. .vif. SPRA SPOKaSF, ; UK AVK.. ; : r WASH Ty pewriters I W X ' ! A.\D ofEICE XVDPIJES Tin; hi.; YOST Mu OJ.l *!'.■-« I»«,; ■ Hrii, Ay'I for Wurh, ll,i(l Xu,ill ftiiiliii 's, notam's seals m; made to ohdek. LIVERY, FEED AND ALE STABLE, ) FIRST ULASS HUiA ALWAYS (»V i.WVj,. DRIVER IF DI'SIRED. ('AN FURNISH 1 ôdrscë iaVkrueù h.V daA « r \> <v' I I ÖÖfTONWÖDD. ?«- aimable rnie> I 3 AÜÔ, ra-Lg. 1 W-. ïï. Gra»ham, ! Vi» Turnt.» re ar.«f VrtftWfak <via 1%trenfior j giVmlvi hn'dmal ir«g and cm ! halftia^r. i W«W.* tl.V* Thusst a'.-.d I« •fiTCl ^ ver-i i'Tlbc p. r,t -,WV»*. -r'-i-.g..] MÈ-i'I^^'1 1 j •I as. EnWAiits, ProprreloF. T-' î*. w >-v i-.i : Grange vllte. ki'nHo. mm iU ^ ai!(i i'laning Mill, " COTTONWOOD, \b.\m. Keep «dristïntlv •, -, », , r ; KoUgh b» ( D ; I DINING Ci It runs Through Vest every day in the j St. Paul and Chicago No Change of Cara, y Composed of Dining Car» nnaitrpmëï Pullman Drawing Room »Uetur^ Of Latctt Equipment. ' Tourist Sleeping Cars Best that can be constructed ja, in which accommodations art both free and furnished for holden «f tint or second-class Tickets, and Elegant Day CoacÜés, A continuous line connecting with all lines-, affording Direct and Uninterrupted service. Pullman Sleeper reservations can bf secured in advance through any ujent of the foàd. Tliroiigli TicketsSj and from I points the in America, England and Europe can lit purchased at any Ticket office of thi« Company. Full infortnatioji concerning ratet time of trains; routes and other details furniahed on applica tion to any agent, or .A. 3D. OHLAÄ IhTOJSr; A.s't. Gknl. Passenöex A-a^r, No. 12» First St., epr, Washington Portland, Orégon G. M. Collier. E. W. King king & ('oilier, Props. Cottonwood Meat MARKET. Beef, mutton, pork and sausage. Every thin»; in the meat line, Cottonwood and Denver, Idaho. W. Ingram M, A, Orippln F. Shiftier CAMAS PRAIRIE SAW, PLANING AKD SHINGLE MILH, 8HISSUER, INGRAM à OO,, oprietors. All eliftt-tSs of ttotigli «nil Lrewiit Lumlier, incluiiinç Cant Ei.'^e liraint«! Flooring, on h^n<!. _ «-uich pickets d,«|, SHINGLES Ritt Sawi-d. !<KI RUSTIC IDAHO PALACESALOON BEN GÈHD1NG, Proprietor. Keeps Constantly on Hand he «Jelebtaftd A No. 1 Cott'f. WHISKEY. . Ais.i the CLcieest Brands <jf Wlaw UQU.-RS & CIGARS. COTTON WOOD» ' - - 1 -■ v IDAiDX PIONEER SALOON ROB'T NUGENT, Pi-oprietor. Ihri \A u uh, Liquore and Uigkre ^ter Aisril lfeth. FriceAs Follows; Mit .. ...... . .25 cento. i-oci- three drinks for 25 cents. Vy F« r quart .. , .. .25 cento AH other drinks, each 10 cento m P^tire indebted totoe;lvät vRscdifnt all accounts 15 per '•'G't. for cash, and de- 'diict all interest on ' ' • »Hite* Inside ' .per cent. 'feu-'-' '' y ... A'ae door east of u «X *fc tioW«»*«*'*. «tor«. TidBt.