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TERMS OF SU R8CRIPTION :
One year by mail (invariably in advance).1*2.00
If not paid in ad vatic«.
Sir months " M .
. 3.00
1.60
1.00
Three 4 * *
10
gingle copv.
ARRIVAL OF IPASSENGFR TRAINS.
No. 1—West Bound. No. £- Kart Bound.
0:12 p
..11:10 a. m.
At Nampa.
Orchard.
Mountain Home
Glenn's Ferry,..
7:22
10:1*2
9:37
7:30
. 8:S5
E. A. REAMER, Agent.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
Rlniore Lodge, A. F. & A. M.
The regular communiât ion« of Elmore
Lodge No. 30,
the WedneaUv evening of, or next pre*
cecding the full of the moon of each month
Sojourning brothers are cordially imite«! to at;
attend. F. F AKK, A. M.
R. W. SMITH, Secretary. ou- yl
held
F. and A. M.
Thursday, Sept. 22, 1898.
Register next Saturday.
jfAfBuy hay and grain of John
M. Neil.
Full cream cheese, 15 cents, at
Fletcher's.
Head Light oil, $3.00 per case.
Fletcher's.
Swift'8 Meats have no equal.
Fletcher's.
Stock Salt, 1-2 cent per pound,
at Fletcher's.
The Rest Man's Shoe in tho world
Napa Tan, at Fletcher's.
Jim Mundell and R. L. Miller of
Rocky Rar are visitors here.
Mrs. Way left Sunday evening
For Bliss where Mr. Way is sta
tioned.
Charles Keefer returned Tuesday
from a successful business trip at
Rocky Bar.
Sol. Heding, a highly respected
citizen of Big Camas prairie, died
on the 14th instant.
Mrs. G. M. Payne will depart this
evening for a visit with her mother
at Louisville, Kentucky.
Miss Pauline Davison departed
yesterday morning lor Weiser,
where she will enter the Weiser
Academy.
Harry Hughes, the popular re
presentative of the house of B. H.
Coleman & Co., Boise, spent Tues
day night in this place.
There is a rumor afloat that wo
men who register and vole must
pay poll tax. This is a falsehood
and is being circulated for an object
by goldbugs.
Mrs. R. P. Chattin went to Mid
dleton yesterday as a delegate to the
Baptist Association which convenes
a t that place to-day, and Mrs. Glenn
followed by this morning's train.
Several incidents occurred in the
Silver Republican convention lust
Tuesday of which we would like toi
speak in this issue, hut time and
space forbids it until another issue,
of the Bulletin, However such
transactions will keep for a few
Weeks for publication.
We have neither time nor space
this week to speak of the individual
merits of the candidates for countv
positions on the silver ticket. But
scan it from top to bottom and you
must acknowledge that it is com
posed of good material and deserv
ing of the warm support of every
eilver mau and woman in Elmore
county.
R. T. Tustin, manager of the
Daisy mine and mill at Pine Grove,
Was a visitor here Tuesday and was
a formidable candidate for the
Democratic nomination fur State
Senator. Mr. Tustin is an experi
enced and aille mine manager and
genial gentleman and will doubtless
in the near future figure prominent
ly in the political affairs of Elmore
county.
The Bulletin evidently stepped
heavily upon the corns of some "one
horse capitalist" last week, to judge
by his squeal made in his organ.
Squeal on, but what we said about
the goldbugs "buying outright the
offscourings of the earth and intimi
dating the poor unfortunate laborer
is true, the assertions and ravings
of the fellow to the contrary not
withstanding.
The Baptist church was dedicated
last evening by Rev. L. G. Clark
assisted by Rev. McRevnolds of
Boise and Rev. Mason of die Con
^relational church of this place,
The members of the Baptist church
deserve much praise and credit for
the building Of this new church. It
° 1 ..
is a neat and commodious structure
and was built solely by faithful
members assisted by kind friends.
They did not call on the Building
Association for assistance but
banded themselves together and
worked Independently. Regular ser
vices will be held in this church once
a month. Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening of each week and Sun
day School at 10 o'clock every Sun
day.
.
A PUWC QRAPC CREAM OF TARTAR ROWOCR
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Awarded
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Hold Medal, Midwinter Fair
!
THE SILVER TICKET.
!
The Elmore Silver Forces
Unite and Put Up a
Splendid Ticket.
The Qoldbugs and their Tools
Pail to Create Discord.
j
For State Senator,
J. W. BAILEY, Dem , of Little l'aman.
For Representative,
JAS. A. NICHOLSON, Hem., of Rocky Bar.
For Clerk of District Court,
W. H. MANI.ON, Dem., of Mountaiu Home.
For Sheriff,
JAMES O'NEILL, Fop., of Rocky Bar.
For Assessor and Collect
WM. ARTHUR DAVIS, Silver Rep., of Atlanta.
For Treasurer,
FRANK F. A KE. Dem., of Mo
ntaiTi Hot
For Probate Judge,
J. S. WHITE, Silwr Rep., of Mountain H
For District Alt«...
A. M. SINNOTT, Fop., of G Kim's Ferry.
For Supt. Public Schools,
MRS. KiTTIE COW EN, Silver Rep., of Mt'n Home.
For Coroner,
L. M. MAY, Fop., of Glenn's Ferry.
Fcr Commissioners,
GEO. BUTLER, Fop., of Atlanta.
HOBT. GKIFFl'l II, Dem., Little Camas.
-JOHN HARLEY, Dem., of Ryegr
The Democratic, Populist and
Silver Republican county nomi
nating conventions were held in
this place Tuesday, and without a !
ripple of discord nominated a joint
ticket that is as sure of election as
that the sun will set on the 8th of
November:
i
l'copic Party Uonvrntton.
p.*>pUiv« Party co»v«nii..ii <rf in
in the Awwir'i oftt-e, in MonnUin I!
The convention was called to or<
chairman Of County t ntral
M«*tin Kin* of GU-im'« Furry wMei.-tu-l temporary
, .•lmiiman, an.l Henry Wiili. U I M<-ntatn lion.« Urn
were appointed and the con
vention took <« nvcsstiii 10 <>'>-iock.
nu te assembling the committee
ported ti.c following person» entitled to«^uasd.-i.
SatMt„ .his,..nventi ; m
Atlanta- *•• r:;c h. Butler, Chas. 1-. Lange by
Geortr ,. e Futur proxy.
koiHj i:»r i. t. Kiuwater, Frank Mitiheii, m, j.
Kirby. K. M. Hartman, Hubert Bralnard by James
1st Dint.
2d hist
3d Diet.
Democratio Convention.
J. J. Little, chairman of the County Central Com
iittee, called tho convention to order and read the
published call for the «aine.
James A. Nichols*
was elected temporary chair*
ttary.
and It-dp*» GoodlifTe
The usual committees were appointed and the c
vention took a recess until *2 o'clock.
During recess a caucus ot the delegates was held
lidatcM «elected who wci
vention for the positions named.
At 2 o'clock p. m. the convention reconvened and
:
nmiimted in cc
upon recommendation of the committee
lient organizati
chairman and Jus. A. Nicholson secretary.
The committee
perma
madc permanent
J. J. Little wt
credentials reported the follow
mi entitled to scuts in the convention:
big gcMK
Rocky Bar J. A. Nicholson; B. Clinton, Nichols;
proxy; Hugh Riley, Nicholson proxy.
Junction Bar G. W. Jack
Pine Grove J D. Gray, Chas. Gtimiu, by O. II.
Hutchins proxy.
Little Comas—Fred Cooper, J. W. Bailey, Cooper
proxy.
Cold Spring« T. R. Stevenson.
Glenn's Feirj Ralph Goo«] i iff e, S. R. White, W.
R. Burns, F. J. Sullivan, b,\ Good lift, proxy.
Mountain Home—J. J. Little, Frank Boyd, C. W.
lloweth, J. Cttenheimor, h. Burton.
The committee
also recommended that the
order of business reported, and
jcutive committee to
be appointed be empowered to fill all vacancies on the
ticket, if any should oee
may be necessary for the benefit of our ticket.
J. Ottcnheimer, C. W. Ho** rth and Fred Cooper,
committee on resolutions, repotted as follow«:
ratic convention of Elmore county in
devotion t«> the
platfon
l to do all tilings tiiat
The De
ention axemble«!, reaffirm« it
priuciplvs of tiic part; as declared in p*
of tin State conventions.
"The free and unlimited coinage of both gold and
silver at the pres*
established ratio of lti to 1 L\
independent action ot the I nite.l States, without
waiting for the consent or permission of other
lions.
"We pronounce the war with Spain justified by
every consideration of justice and sound national
poliey. We congratulate the Dcmoc
: the declar- ;
iU results. |
the economical.
I prevailed under!
; and county governments, ami
pledge the Democratic party ot th«
a det
"We believe that the laborer, i
•orthy of his hir. , and inasmuch as the I
alteration
„• ri* dare ourse! ve
inority
stand bi demanding tin- re
dress of
onal In
:»ti<>n of war on Spain and glory i
"We congratulate tlie State
hUHinetsS-ih
tguinent that h:
• of Idah
engage«!,
fee sysft
ceptible of abuse,
»alary system of remuneration
such reasonabio salaries :
tv lit citizens
I
of
public utfic
,| ;
.f imlilU; oftli :
fiiv
ill warrant compe- !
ate- and
tu public place i
' '
f
'
county pointions.
"To the women voters of Idaho we extend the!
hand of good fellowship
principles of biiuetalli
I
go the
to active eo
the polls the j
government. i
ith
-—lining
Id honest
Nominations being in order, the follow ing cc
uiunication was read:
Mountain Home, Sept. 20, *2 p. ni.
•s of the D«
To the Delegate
atio County Con- :
ie has been before
the caucus this morning t«^ be considered as a
date for Senator, 1 must ask of you not tu c
me a candidate for the position. *
ticket will he best served by my refusing
candidat«;, for bcxeral reosons not uecOssary for me
to mention, but whoever tho successful candi
• lute may be h w U L «vv mv hearty support. Thank
ing you for tho favorable support given, I am «cry
respcctfu'lv,
candi
ider
The harmony of the
he a
K. C. HELFRICH.
By inotim«, the convention then proceeded to
inalo the gentlemen named in «mucus as folio
Senator -J. W. Bailey. Representative —Jan.cs A.
N fehohon. Auditor-- W. H. Manioii. Treasurer - F.
F. Akt*. Commissioners - Hubert Griffith and John !
Harley.
A committee was appointed to n*
ami Silver Republicans <>f the actio
•es of the other two
loGfy the Populist J
m of this body,
wilver convent]*
The
were then regularly nominated and the silver ticket
completed us appears ut tile head of this column.
The following county central committee was named:
Frank W. Boyd, L
vere selected a
Burton, ami T. R. Stevenson
cutive committee, to act in
conjunction with like committees of the Fopulist and
Silver Republican parties.
'ihe convention then adjourned sine die.
I Countv met !
* Sept "0 '
1er by A. M. Sinnott,
«* dentials
O'Neill proxy.
c—Jonh Cannon, Robert Bruce Reed by
James O'Neill.
Little Camus Cy Doom by llenry Willis proxy.
Mountaiu Home—Nelson Davis, C. K. Boyer, E. V.
Wells.
Glenn's Ferry Martin King, A. M. Sinnott. J. WJ
flatty by R. D, Gorby, proxy. C. C. Glenn by O. O.
Boyle, proxy. O. O. Boyle.
Cold Springs Mich cal Manning by O. O. Boyle
I
proxy.
Neal- Ja
Marlatt by C W. Rtdirbaugh, proxy.
ficrmanent organization K a
of business recomrninded Martin King
d A. M. Sinnott
Rohrbaugh. C. W. Rea, and W. M.
.1 order j
permanent
permaneut secretary. !
Committee
«-h airman
Report was adopted.
Committee on platf<
We the Rej
-ported as follows:
ssentatives of the-People's Party of El- |
«somhkil. affirm ;
al plat- j
l at
. Idaho, in convention
allegiaiu-t- to the principles of the Nati
Party adopted at Omaha in lab*2
;
r*
!
St. Loui
I We also affir
the St
I over by Hon. George A. More,
allegiance to tl
ention of
platfo
party preside*I j
ie, August 2Ö '
adopted i
n.
1 unlimited coinage of gold
metals, at th«
Populist Sti
en by then
the p
•n! administrai i*
1 the free
We deuui
<1 silver
i -
•at fit
th«- part tu
ii

ug t«> tiie
a safe,
their
J people of this «ti
hon«*t ami
We also
«liiri
t
fo
v office
! h
i iiiaiiaECMiun
tiu*- adoption of tht
fur tl
Wt- f:w.
di
! «Lat«;
•nt to <
count>
» tari s Pa '
which
if fair li'
>.| of l >
orbit
dual, :
lu-:i v\
rk a hardthip
1C lllllt'v
d ht
a ti ndc
th
bur.lt
\. t- .t.
O til.
Of lllll.'l. list jliu . .f
CV9 by corpora
1 ehr
•i
th« right« of tm* Am
eau L
: u •<
I
IV of «
lau* I, und w«* further
ii labor
p!o> UQ
j bkiiicd aud uuikiiicd by corporalicua, aui
«•«• U*« H
of
und
»trong tegiidation m-ainst both Uwe «yMenu» which
! will stan<l the legal t««»t of
!
it supreme court ;
! A committee was appointed to wait on the othef I
conventions
d iuf >
them of the action of this
meeting.
The convention
date#.
veut into nomination« of candi*
For crmmiwdoner, 1st district, Geo. L. Butler of ;
Atlanta, wjw Dominated by acclamation.
For coroner, L. M. May of Glenn'« Ferry ws
inated by acclamation.
For attorney, A. M. Sinnott of Glenn'« Fern was j
nominated by acclamation.
For sheriff, James O'Neill of Rocky Bur and Harry
Willig of Mt'n Ht
King of Glenn's Fe
1 Boyle each declined.
noin
, ami Owen Hoy le ami Martin
ere proposed. Messrs. King
OHwaicr. Frank M.t.hell, Janus IHl*. John I
I.O,kwuotl, Ue»irge Färber, Brine Howl, Cy Doom,
iv. a. pr,.,r. c. w. Kea. w m. Mnrintt, James K« i.r i
on
A ballot was taken, resulting: O'Ngill 18, Willi«
I votes
Mr. G Neill's nomination was made unani
mous.
The full ticket of the other silvei
part Km
then
nominated by acclamation |
The following central oommlttc
». E.
elected: (.'has.
Butler, Mrs. R. H. Ttmier, I. T.
bau-gh, Henry Wi!
, Nil
Davis, C. E. Boyer, M
Manning, Martin King, A. M. Sinnott, Mr a. O. C.
Glenn, Owen Boyle.
Tho central committee organized by electing Mar
J A. M. Sinnott secretary.
Martin King, Henry Willis and Nelson Davis were
of
as
R.
K.
all
As
he
by
his
tin King: chairman
appointed member« of the joint executive
mittet*.
Silver Itt'ptihliran Convention.
Called to
order by R. F. Whitney, chairman of the
tral committee.
county ct
On motion, Judge J. 8. V' Hit© was cle -t- -1 tempor
ary chairman and Arthur Davie temporary
UmuuI committees appointed ami adjourned to 1:20
ri a*«'., mbling, by recommendation of the
committee on permanent organization, the temporary
officer« âcre elected as permanent officers.
The committee on credentials reported the fi.lkiw
ing delegate« entith -l to seats in the convention:
Atlanta
Hock y ß>
dell proxy ; U. L. Miller.
Junction Ri
Win. Arthur Da vin.
s Mundell, Chos Hop!;
Mini
K. L. Stephen«, by C. >V. Bu
F"'>
1
(
o Cha«. Andreas, hv A. .1 R~uc:
Glenn'« Ft rrv J fk Wells, John Newton,
Hinkler by H. C. Halil#
Mountain IK
J. F. Dy
- I > oXy.
proxy.
! -John De
, George Crandal, J. 8. White.
. K. F. Whitney
The committee
resolutions reported
follows:
The Sliver Republican party of the county of F.l
}, State of Idaho, in convention assembled, re
affirms it« de\ ot ion to the principles of the party as
heretofore declared in it« party platforms, ;
grutulatc its voter» upon their unselfish devotion to
tho cause of bimetali
Bel** v ing this ipt ti.-n of Id metallism to be the
more important to the general welfare and
of our people than any other question
country, we declare ourselves to 1 h; in fa; or of
honorable union .vith ill other political parties that
are willing to make the restoration of silver the
paramount Issue, and that are ready to subordinate
to it ail other questions of party jmiicy.
\' *■ are in favor of a tariff that will protect Amer'
: in favor
ie with foreign countries an lui >
prosperity
before the
lean industries and American labor;
cf reciprocity i
down in principles of J. (J. Blaine.
We are in favor of retaining all conquered territory
ith Sptvin, believing when the Amer
* ii once raised by force of arms it
• late w
flag ht.
should perpetually w;
We declare in la vor
erium-nt of county affairs
end affirm
state c<
To the women vote
the baud of
in
economical gov
state, and to that
allegiance to the ticket put up by our
honest,
well us
of Elmore county we extend
l urge them to eo
nmintaining the prin
d protection to our industries.
«>«1 fellowship
ith usât the polls i
operate
eiplcs of bimetallist
to labor and to our homes.
We endorse the aeti
t he i
county central c
to bring about a
this county, believing the
its foundation
of
mittcc i
fusion of all silver \
success cf bimetali is
belie; ing the fo
its primaries und county actions.
ceessful effo
depends
.n of national questions is from
I
hiti.
li. U. MALUS« iN.
WM. ARTHUR DAVIS.
GEO. L. CRAN DAL.
Committee.
On tiic adoption of the above resolutions delegate«
Burns, Bruce, Mundell and Miller holtet! the conven
tion and did not return.
The chair called for nominations for Assessor.
Arthur Davis named Hobt. B. Browne and IL C.
Muhison nominated Win. Arthur Davis, both of At
lauta. Mr. Brown«- received 4 votes and Mr. Davis 5.
,
"hereupon Arthur Davis nomination
mode
• . Ils named J. S. White for Probate Judge,
nominated by acclamation.
Mrs. J. M Co won
superintendent of schools by Arthur Davis, i
placed in nomination for
«1
motion of Mr. Mallison a rh
declared the
Ulken and
choice of the
ïg vote
to
Mrs. (,\>w
convention for school suj*crinten*lent.
ination fur surveyor
central committee empower«-1 to fill the vacancy.
Committees were appointed to apprise the Demo
crat!. and Fopulist of the action of the convention.
* county central committee
f dlows: W. A. Davis. Joseph Ifa.vne, J. B. Wells,
' .1. N.-wton, s B. Iilnrkwell. U. F. Wliitney, II. C.
passed and the
A
elected a
:
Mallison, John Denton, 0. W. Cook, O. B. Slater.
Dent<
K. F. .Vhitney, J<
-ere named us
jmmlttees fr<
ami Arthur Davis
executive committee to act with
tiie other silver parties.
like
After nominating tho full ticket that appears
above, the conventh
djourned.
Letter from Judge Stout.
With my tablet
! to
Flagstaff, Arize
i, Sept. 14, 1898.
intain Home, Idaho:—
y knee preparing to write
li encrai J. W. Reiter,
Mins Mahd L

l th«*
cabin
n Ari
»fhcr-in-law, pitting in a
J facing Mount Humphrey, the highest peak
Juba
sona, 13,060 feet,
mng my eye up it« height far
above tlie timber line to its peak where vegetation
ceases - thus pondering yourself, your father ami
pleastnt home, my wife's and myself«
entertainment there the last night we spent in Mt'n
Home, vividly with nnusual pleasant vividness,
i-omes back to
. and to you I write
of those
•f the da vs of yore.
Things uml people
* «-hange« 1 to
voidable coming events whi-.-h fixes
bv the
destiny. We
ick ta'k'nS !""£ ;
id I often
"t tell what a day to-morrow
but «ne thing
■mams:
! ,,IC l ,1o *" nt of tt " ! I"«*
' t,tt ^ our ill8t niglit with yo
' V1(o ' t j lmrl< ' 3
is ho very
have live«!.
My wife
family,
far away.
rid I a
spending
it- here in the
.t climate I ever knew.
Every thing here
y where eis«; I
flerent from what it i»
We landed here
the 23d of Juno,
dm-a cloudless skv, with a genial, enjoyable, breezy
atmosphere until the 4th of .July, when a most down
pouring rain came, which stood anil ra
all
the
earth like a flood, with terrific blaze after blaze of
lightning. The change «lid not bring a shiver to the
He «h, and in tw o hours all was bright and dry and
lovely, and from that «lay until a week ago i
a«« «I a down-pouring every other day— lightning,
thunder, thunder, thunder! it struck all about
but did not hit us. W hy?
pen to be there -leaving the ».•
untry about here is covered with a pine forest; the
soil is brick-oolored and spongy: ami after digging
down aiiout ten feet conies nothing but cinders for at
least seventy feet. W ater is scarce. Weather de
lightful. Scenery Is-autiful. We c
mountain air, but it helps amazingly.
Chari« . is improving hut not well by a
short time for
Because wo di«l not hap
} results. This
-■.nir. The old offlee-«tking buins
ure aitiu' andMiiiTi,.-. The KoWbuK rvpubiicsn«arc
divi.kd th, .Idno- end the "hoodoo».
If the stiver men will line up and stand by their col .
-remomlK-riiu .. « .>nd.raa*, comhi..«., co I
I eridon In vutin*, fal.u promises, destrurtion of one
. y, with s growing demand for double
i ifore that a.t of destruetion end the
not live on
My
great deal.
W.; shall leave 1
some otlicr place
curing of rheumatism. Really, wt;
find suitable anchor*
.-coin mended
for the healing
: adrift and will \ye until w
age, hopeful for Charley's restoration.
Politics Î
j
!
|
; * lu ^
j the
viliany rt*.H*»rt««i
! will bo
selves, to th«-i
neighbors
It a tick
to dt monetize silver, their bravery
• than loyal to the principle, tc them
ir wiyw, t.* tia-ir child. u a, to their
an*i to their country.
j
'
uf
-n, hontet tnen,
of
.1
Id liangcrh
, bums, old g.....
i sera hies it will
•buck-full
V.-, old wife .
it through lilti
blet
old
1 lightning. I
ut..».*'» id
.JAMES 8 Tüll. »
uf Hm re
uuld like
Mit, but I
e«t what
mid «ay
1
d
ut what )
P. S
count v,
lo««osi their
births, their \
dark ot
I long to know of the people
ut their hoj
nd f«
, their gam« an«<
knees, their deaths ami
.. i»a*is. Many is the time
<e th
!
and
dH
ik-hte 1 I,
IJ«* I
path I cucu ili.l
. I.i. n, ami Ulk
I . mu. Su l .
have
11
d like
he Bi i.t.RTiN, which will
bringing then to tue oa i can hut/«
J. h.
ml m«
,, , ... .
1-rank W yman of Boise
tent Monday night m this place.
1 Ion.
of
j
to
Schilling's Best lemon is
20 to 30 times as strong as
common flavoring extracts.
Try a drop in a tumbler
of w ater.
Money-back.
For sale by
Chas. R. Kelsey & Co.
4 ■
R.,
Major Fred R. Reed, who is oper- 1
ating extensive placer diggings on :
the Middle Boise river in this countv, Mrs
was a visitor in Mountain 1IoIU ,
I 1 ...„I, "
' airi!l - ftm * ni '*dt the I.I.h
Titf office a pleasant and appreci
ated call. 11 is first big enterprise ice
on the Middle Boise river has been 1 a
I abort
her
Mrs.
in
Middle Boise Placers.
suspended for a time, owing to liti
gation, and which for the benefit of
of all concerned wo trust will be of
ßhort duration.
Major Reed is an intelligent gen
tleman and practical miner and
gave an interesting account of his
former efforts and also of his second
enterprise now under way, which is
under the superintendency of W. R.
Lindsay. The company is known
as the Josephine Placer Mining
Company, with Fred R. Reed as
president and general manager, W.
R. Lindsay superintendent and E.
K. McKenzie secretary and treas
urer. Its property is on the Middle
fork of the Boise, about 25 miles
below Atlanta. Water for working
the ground will be taken from
Roaring river, Reed creek, No Name
creek, White creek and Trail creek.
With one exception the ditches are
all completed and the pipe and
giants will he on the ground in a
short time. There will be six giants.
As soon as the pipe arrives it will
he taken to the works and put in
place this fall. If the weather keeps
open a run will be made yet this
season, but everything will be in
readiness fur active mining opera
tions with the advent of spring.
Mr. Reed went from here to
Rocky Bar from whence he will go
by trail to his diggings, to survey
the route with the views of getting
his supplies from this town.
A
Re it
(18)
which
four
taxable
«hall
sa
able
uhown
elector«
«hall
artjete
of
A
Be it
of
to
when
for
penses
All
county
otficila
county,
w hich
may
ami
he
with
which
For insurance against fire call on
W. A. Reynolds.
Mrs. Frank Boyd has been quite
sick during the past few days.
A carload of merchandise for
Golden at Rocky Bar arrived here
Monday.
In any civilization where yon find
vice in abundance, you will find the
reign of gold supreme.
Col. Geo. \V. Jackson came down
from Junction Bar to attend the
Democratic conventiou.
Mrs. Gray, mother of Mrs. Glenn
and Miss Mary Gray, returned yes
from a visit at Pine Grove.
of
to
officer
with
tho
be
shall
and
(2).
into
tual
three silver conventions
The
brought quite a largo number of
people to our town on Tuesday.
The Baptist churcli is making
preparations for a musical concert
to ho given about tho 2(ith of Oct.
J. E. Rohrbaugh, a popular mi
ner of Neal, attended the Populist
convention in this place Tuesday.
Judge James Nicholson, Silver
candidate for Representative, re
turned to Rocky Bar by this morn
ing's stage.
I,
of
full,
the
to
fiiu
[Seal.]
After a pleasant visit of several
months with relatives in Des Moines,
Iowa, Mrs. II. Dorsey is again su
perintending tho Cottage hotel.
A young gentleman named Strom
berg, from Salt Lake, is assisting
Mr. Hobbs at the drug store during
Roseoe Smith's absence in the east.
John Bridges, the Bruneau stago
man, and family are now occupying
the McCabe dwelling house at the
corner of, Jackson avenue and Ben
nett street.
Mrs. Glenn and Miss Mary Gray j
; havo rcnew, '' 1 tlloir leape 'on the i
Commercial hotel building and will
continue to run the house in a pleat
ing manner. They will also con
tinue to havo their milinery store
in the same building and now have
on display a tine line of millinery.
Davis Ewing, secretary for Mr.
Tustin's mining and milli g com
pany at Pine Grove, spent Tuesday
in this place. He is a very pleas
ant and intelligent young man and
comes horn mighty good stock,
being the son of Judge Ewing of Il
linois and a nephew of ex-Vice
President Stevenson.
o
The De Moss Musical Family
who were to have appeared in this
place Monday evening were un
avoidably delayed and will be here
1-relay evening. This family IS
highly recommended by everyone j
who have had the opportunity of
hearing them, and it iH hoped they
will he well patrouized. A telegram
received from them this morning
fr0ln Glenn's Ferry, where they ex-
. • . • . . > . J
I h '.*'lted last «Veiling Bay8! "We
will he with you 1- riday night with- ;
out fail." Remember, at the Con- i
gi pgational church, Friday evening I
at 8 o'clock. Admission 50 cents. |
children 25 cents.
f Sr"R"('k Springs Coal at J. M.
liest in the market,
at Helfrieh's or at
with William
...
Nell S.
Tin
Id'five orders
KletcherV store, or
» t , , . , i ,.
who will deliver it.
Fall and winter suits made to i
! order and fit guaranteed for from
Also overcoats
Call and examine
S-' f » ( X » upwards.
j- r()tl| |7 00 up.
samples and leave
with Cliae. II.
your measure j
Keefer, Mountain -
Home, agent for the American Wool
C n Mills Co. of Chicago.
Special.
We have just opened a full line
of ladies', misses' and children's
trimmed hats, children's caps, tam
o'shantas etc. They are stylish,
well made and nieelv trimmed and
j marked the same as our other
goods, namely at a very small
advance above cost. We invite you
to see them.
The Big Départir, ent Store.
Ciias. R. Kri <kv A Co.
Guiding Star lodge, No. 4. D. of
R., was visited officially by the
president of the State Assembly,
Miss Emily Frye, ami the secretary,
Mrs - Dunton > Inst Friday evening
^h ladies addressee! the lodge in
" Cre< M table manner, and many
helpful instructions WCTO given this
order. At the close of the meeting
ice cream and cake was si rved and
a «ocial chat was indulged in for a
abort time. Miss Frye continued
her visitation of Rebekah lodges
eastward Saturday evening, and
Mrs. Danton returned to her homo
in Boise.
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ments.
House Joint Resolution No. 8.
A joint
mition to submit to the electors of tht
State of Idaho, fur r«-jt'-' ; <
ment to
the Constitution of tin •■tale of Idaho, relating
to the division and creati
Re it resolved hv the l,eiri*lati
Section !. That «et
(18) of the eonstituti*
amended too
approval
four (I) of article eighteen (is) of
•id
of the State of Idaho
i four (4) of article eighteen
•f the State of Id dm, •
•ad m follow
Section IV. No i
which «hall reduce
four hundred »quart- mile«,
taxable property to !.•*•» tli
«hall
counties «hull l»o established
area of les« th
the valuati
of its
8. Nor
• county be formed, which «hall have
sa of ies# than four hundred square mile«, un i ti
• million dollar«,
ent.
«iihinitt* 1
j million «loll
able property of less than
uhown by the last previ
Section II. The question to 1
elector« of tho State at the
«hall be in f<>. u tvs follows: Shall sec
artjete eight •.IS) of theconstitutii
of Idaho, he so amende*! a 1
qualification for thedivlsic
the
•neral election,
f<
H, of
of the State
•escribe a profarty
creation of counties?
hi the House March 1. l v *7.
Fasse«! the Sen itc March ti, i'yJT.
Approved Murch 1*2, 1 n'J7.
House Joint Resolution No. 10.
A Joint resolution to submit to the cle Kirs of the
ejection, amend
of article
f the constitution'd the State of Idaho,
atlon of county officers.
Be it n solved by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
Section 1 That section seven, of article eighteen
of the eonstitutiou of the State of Idaho be amended
to read as follows:
VII. All county officer«, and deputies
when allowed, shall receive, as full compensation
for their son ices, fixed annual salaries, to' be paid
quarterly out of the county treasury, as other ex
penses arc paid.
•tnal and necessary ex |tenses, incurred by
deputy, in tho performance of his
legal charge against the
of t
Is. All fee
hat
Htatc of Idaho for approval
incuts to sections
eight
relating to the eompc
veil, eight ami
All
county officer
otficila duties, «hail be
county, and
w hich may come into his In
may come into his hands from
ami above his actual and
he turned linto a county
quartet. IK* shall, at
with the clerk of the boi
statement, t
showing all expe
which must be
I bv hi
i. 1 'shall
the end <>f each
tasury i
the end of each quarter, file
I of (
rccouipatiied by proper
t« incurred
iited by the hourd a*
> commissioners,
1 all fees received,
counts.
Section II. That secti
of the constitution of the State
to read
Section IX. .Tho
officer or deputy to a* «
county treasury
pensation, in ex
ine, of articlo eighteen
Idaho, be amended
foil..
refusal, of any county
for and pay into the
y money received, as foes or e
tual and
*ed in the performance of ids official
duties, within ten days after his quarterly settlement
with the county, shall lie a felony, un 1 the grade of
tho crime shall he cmhc/zlcnumt of public funds, and
be punishable
Seeth
electors of the State at the next genet al diction,
shall he as follows:
(1). 8hr.ll ft
constituti<
compensation of all et
gleet
•h offenses.
I ; I
The questions,
be submitted to (lie
■f article eighteen, of the
to provide for tho
officers by annual salaries
instead c f fees; and for tic payme nt of the actual
and necessary expenses of .sud» officers insteail «if
mileage?
(2). Shall
stitutiou be so amended its to
county officer as a deputy to
into tie- county treasury all .ees in excess of his ac
tual ami necessary expe
Passed the House March ft, 1807.
Fasse«! the Senate Mardi «, lb97.
be so amended, i
.-ction nine «»f article eighteen of th«' <■
ako it a fed*
refit!
■ for i
•„Let
8tat* of Klaho.
Department of State.
I, George J. Lewis, .Secretary of Stat«> of the S*ate
of Idaho, «lo hereby certify that the foregoing
full, trie m«l literal copies *>f two joint resolutions
adopted by the Legislature of the Stale of hhtho at
the fourth session, submitting certain amendments
to the constitution to the electors of the state,
shown by the original enrolled joint resolutions
fiiu in this department.
In witness w hereof, I have hereunto set my hand
ami affixed the great seal of the State of Idaho,
at Boise this 17th day of September,
[Seal.] Dt
A. D. lKUS.
GEü. J. LEWIS, S«: r« tary of State.
WAY'S
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School
Supplies.
Tablets,
Pencils,
Slates
i
Inks, etc. j
In fact,
Everything necei
For tho School room.
ary
j
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Smiths Pharmacy.
I
STOVES
Ail Kinds,
Our line of Stoves is now
ready for inspection.
and Cooking, of
Coal and Wood, Ilcatin
the Best and at Very Low Prices.
n
Also stove boards, stove steps, elbows, coal
hods, shovels, pokers and all the necessary stove
utensils.
If you can not call, write and We will send
you cuts with full description and prices.
■B
>Vc make a specialty of Kitchen fcFur
nishings.
The Big Department Store.
OHAS. R. KELSEY & CO.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
HELFRICH
MERCANTILE
COMPANY.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
We have a
Carload of
MITCHELL
Farm
Freight
and Spring
WAGONS!
At Prices as Low
as can be Purchased
in Southern Idaho.
Also are daily receiving
New Goods in all lines.
tlelfrich M. Co
®)alaGe
J\ he
aloen.
V«)
J. J. BRUCE, l'roprietor.
ALEX. BRUCE and C. W. IiOWETH,
Next door to the Postoffice.
Managers.
Fine Wines, Liquors and
Droi.) in and Smile With Us.
Cigars.
C. E. BOYER,
Practical Tinner
j
Mountain Home, Idaho.
All kinds of Tin work solicited. Also Pump and
Pipe work.
^ Stove Repairing a Specialty and satisfaction
guaranteed.
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