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ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO.
O. M PAYNK,
MABEL L. PAYNE.
Editor« and PRorRirroiui.
Mountain Home, Sept. 0, 11)00.
WILLIAM J. BUY AN,
FOR VICE PR FRIPENT,
ADIjAI K. STEVENSON,
State Democratic Ticket.
J. W. REID of Nez Perce County.
K. J. DOCKERY, of Aria.
8. J. RICH, of Fremont
United States Senator,
FRED T. DUBOIS, of Bingham.
For Supreme Judge,
C. O. STOCK8LAUEK, of Blaine.
JAM EM UBAli AM, of Coeur d'Alene City.
CAPT. FRANK W. HUNT, of Lemhi.
THOMAS TERRILL, of Bannock.
For Secretory of State,
C. J. BASSETT, of Bingham.
DU. J. J. PLUMER, of
FRANK MARTIN, of Ada.
For State 8upt. of Schools,
MISS PEKMEAL FRENCH, of Blaine
For State Auditor,
J. S. BARRETT, of Bear lake.
For Mine Inspector,
C. II. IIAIiVEY, of Bluino.
The Masonic grand lodge meets
in Boise next Monday.
T. Pierce was over from the
Smith prairie country last Satur
S. J. Rich, one of the Democratic
electors, was in this place Saturday
Supt. Brockman of the Sawtooth
mines at Rocky Bar, has gone to
Dick Coats has purchased Billy
Kunnecke's residence property in
Letters of administration of the
Moyer estate were issued to Dr.
Smith on Monday.
M rs. Naoma McDonald Phelps
has been nominated for the legisla
ture by the Prohibitionists of Ada
Mrs. Tom Alley and sister, Miss
Ora Reed of Minudoka, have been
visiting Mrs. il. \V. Tanner the
past few days.
IJp to noon to-day we had noth
ing definite about the fusion move
ment at Boise. Too much Shoup
"influence" among some Pops.
It is not so very hard to start a
newspaper or a family, but it takes
a hustler to keep either of them
goiug, remarks the TuscaroraTimes.
The candidate for office who is
continually running down his oppo
nents is engaged in mighty unre
munerative business says the Boise
J. S. Lewis will in a few days
open at the old postoffice room,
next door to John Smith's Palace,
a candy, tobacco and general no
For an administration that has
had so much to sav about hauling
down the flag, a contemporary re
marks, the McKinley outfit has
managed to haul down a good deal
of flag in Alaska.
The,gri at success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lietnedy
iu the treatment of liuwel complaints
has made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
by R. W. Smith, druggist.
Andrew Murker who was a sol
dier with Capt. Hunt, Democratic
nominee for Governor, writes as
follows to the Challis Messenger;
"Captain Hunt was one of the
most populur officers and one of the
finest gentlemen in the Idaho Regi
ment at Manila. A cool,competent,
courageous, fighting man; the trust
ed and honored stall' otlicer of Gen
eral Uvershine. Those who know
him, will vote for him and will have
entire confidence in his ability to
fill the gubernatorial chair with
distinction and credit to his party
As usually treated a sprain will dis
able the injured person three or four
weeks, but if Chamberlain's l'ain Balm
is freely applied
lie effected in a very few days.
Balm also cures rheumatism,
bruises and hurus.
Tor sale by li. W.
The entire Populist party of El
more are in favor of a union of the
silver forces, on the State ticket,
and if it should not be accomplished
at least four-fifths of their number
have openly declared their inten
tion to vote the State Democratic
ticket straight, as
leaders who seem to hesitate to
ry out the wish of the majority of
the State convention. One of the
most prominent populists, who re
sides out of the county seat, says,
that these obstructionists in Boise
ought to be taken in hand, and led
to the natatorium and there held
under the water by good willing
hands until they would consent to
chase themselves off the executive
committe and make way for men
who mean business.
a rebuke to the
A letter from one of the promi
nent populist leaders of this county
to County Attorney Sinnott states
that the greatest enthusiasm
felt at the primary in Glenn's Fer
ry last Saturday. Populists and
Silver Republicans all uniting and
voting with the Democrats, they
being unanimously of the opinion
that a solid union of the silver
pie against the common
and James H. Morrow, two solid
and highly respected silver
were elected to represent the Ferry
at Rocky Bar. This election has
brought the silver forces together
in a stiong solid.union at the River
aide town, and the action of the «il
ver men and women there is Ifighlv
commendable. K '
A Rilt in The Lute.
There was more than a little lift in
the Manna lute lust Saturday night at
Sonnu's ojiera house.
The barnstormers aimed to combine
a minstrel show with their political 1
The former was a glitter
niony was the iutroductiou of a negro ■
fresh from jail and the houses of
prostitution in this city to tell the
white people of Idaho how to vote.
The strange anomaly was presented
of the aiistocratic, Kentucky-bred
Stnndrod speaking from the same
platform with a "gentleman of color."
A white man in overalls is so very of
fensive to the Kentucky gentleman
running for governor in Idaho, hut lie
can join hands with a jail bird nigger
in whooping it up for McKinleyism.
The Capital deeply sympathizes witli
the many self-respecting republicans
in this city who resent the insult
heaped upon them and especially
upon their wives, mothers and daugh
ters, by puttiug up such a man to
help open the republican campaign.
It showed had taste from any stand
point. There are only a few colored
people in this city and they are solid
for the republican party anyhow. No
such man as the colored orator of
Saturday night could influence them,
and it is not likely he could influence
white voters to any appreciable extent.
Why he was put up on the occasion is
the question now agitating many re
No one objected to him nor does an
objection justly lie on account of his
color. There ure many learned and
eloquent negroes in this country to
whom it is a pleasure to listen. There
is in Boite a colored man of irre
proachable character, of wide reading
and of good reputation whose presenee
would do honor to any political party
in the state.
Why sucl) a man should ho ignored
and aman fresh from the jail and the
bagnio foisted upon respectable people
is one of those strange and mysterious
political blunders that, amatueur poli
ticians sometimes make.—Boise Capi
tng success but the latter a most dis
mal failure. Tue discord in the har
County Democratic Nominating
Convention, Oct. 1st.
Secretary Purtill of the Elmore
County Democratic Central Com
mittee handed us the following for
Mt'n Home. Aug. 27, 1900.
The Elmore Democratic
natirg convention, which was called
to meet at Rocky Bar. Sept. 20, has
been postponed until Monday, Oc
tober 1, 1000, at the same place.
By order of Elmore county dem
ocratic central committee.
J. J. Little, Ch'n.
J. A. Perth,!., Secretary.
A San Francisco dispatch of the
2nd says: United States transport
Lawton, which arrived today in
ballast from Seattle, is to he sent to
Cape Nome to relieve the destitute
miners, many of whom have peti
tioned through General Randall
for transportation south before the
hard Alaskan winter sets in.
The Old Soldiers' National Bryan
club of Denver has addressed'
open letter to their comrade Wil
liam McKinley, in which this sen
tence occurs: "We are reminded
that vou were by public opinion in
voluntarily forced into a war of hu
manity in Cuba, and zealously now
prosecute one against humanity in
the Philippines." McKinley's
record could not be set forth in
The wife who occasionally blows
up her husband must be a Bort of
A Word l<
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlains Cough
Remedy. It contains no opiate nor
narcotic in any form and may be giv
en as confidently to the babe as to
adult. Tne great su -cess that has at
tended its use in the treatment of colds
and croup has won for it the approval
and praise it has received throughout
the United States and in many foreign
I"mis. For sale by U. W. Smith, drug
Over Fifty Years.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Boothing Syrup has
been used lor over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain,'cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea, lu pleas
ant to the taste,
every jairt of the world,
cents a bottle,
low's Soothing Syrup, and take
Sold by druggists in
Its value is inealeu
Be sure ami ask for Mrs. Wins- i
Commercial Hotel. >
MRS. E. S. GLENN, Pro. ')
It. 1!. Thompson & Co.
CDIIITÇ u|itp PAuniEC
'"^'*«1 ™Ulo, uAilUito,
TOBACCOS and CIGARS
Mountain Home, Idaho.'
Tlie 1'iilacc Barter Slioii.
I GEO. COSTIFF, Pro'r.
j Come and see me, for I came here
10 sU y- 1 wiu X ive you a» smooth
ali<1 clean " *h* v «» and as neat a
llu * r oul " 8 «a« be had anywhere. !
«il- u Î , W . l J nt ' * our patronage, which I will
' f y ° U ^n
' .>, , u Gkoror Costiff,
2d door South of Cotnineicial hotel. ;
An Original Poem for the Tollers of
the State of Idaho.
I Conrniuiiiualed lu Haile/ Ne»» Minin'.
You greasy mechanic of low degree,
Why dost appear in the presence
In such plebeian garb of blue cotton
You'll get from tlie court a scathing
■ How dare you come in such horrible
Overalls! Overalls! Out of my
A high dignitary, banker and judge,
Can't bear the presence of the toil
A social distinction tnere must al
However well clad the toiler may
Oh! how dare you come in such
Overalls! Overalls! Out of my
New honors loom up, and you'll
know toms day,
I'm built of kaolin or some finer
Than the common herd, who labor
all day ;
And when they do come I'm still
apt to say :
How dare you come in such horrible
Overalls, Overalls, Out of my
On the street when I'nt it, you yet
How I'll strut to the Btate house,
where I'll be
With senators, bankers, sheepmen,
In dress suit, Prince Albert, but no
How dare you come in such horrible
Overalls, Overalls, Out of
A WONllKHFUI. CURE OP DIAR
A prominent. Virginia editor had
almost given up, hut was brought
bark to Perfect Health bj Cham
ber.'uin'a Colle, Cholera anil Diar
rhoea Remedy.—Read his edit
From the 'nines, Hillstille, Va.
I suffered with diarrhoea for a long
time and thought I was past being
cured. I had spent much time and
money and suffered so much misery
that 1 had almost decided to give up
all hopes of recovery and await the re
sult, but noticing the advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy and also some testi
monials staling how some wonderful
eures had been wrought by this remedy
I decided to try it. After taking a few
does I was entirely well of that trouble,
and I wish to say further to my read
ers and fellow-sufferers that I am a
hale and hearty man to-day and feel
as well as I ever did in my life.—O. It
Moora. Sold by R. W. Smith, drug
The Boise Clipper thinks that
thb time has gone by in Ada coun
ty when the bigger the rascal a
man is, the better chance he has of
getting into office.
E. M. WOLFE,
Li A W YER,
Mountain Home, Idaho,
PERKY & GREEN,
Attorneys at Law,
Mountain Home, Idaho.
Office in Reynolds block, corner of
Atlanta avenue and Canyon st.
A. M SINNOTT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
^aFColleetions promptly attended to.
HARRY C. WYMAN.
FRANK T. WYMAN.
WYMAN & WYMAN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
BOUSE CITY, IDAHO.
Patent« for mining claim* a spotlaity.
Collect'on« promptly attended to.
SAMUEL G. RHOADES.
And IT. S. Deputy Mineral
Mountain Home, Idaho.
Experience in all blanche« of surveying, mineral
■gricultural anti irriir*tion.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
FRANK VV. BOYD, Manager.
Fine Rigs, Gentle Teams
anti Careful Drivers.
Horses boarded by the day, week or
Call at the new stables a short dis
tance east of tlie big brick hotel.
! Mountain Home, Idaho.
Boots and shoes made to order at
Repairing of all kinds done neatly.
; durably uud quickly.
To Clean and Polish a Piano.
In cleaning and polishing a piano
go over the woodwork with a cloth
wet with parafine oil, being generous
with the oil where the woodwork is
very mach soiled. Let this remain
two or three hours; this is to soften
the dirt. Then wash with soap and
water and a Boft cloth, being careful
not to let any water touch the works
inside the piano. Use a good white
or white Castile soap. Wipe dry with
a soft cloth and polish with soft old
linen or chamois leather—September
Ladies' Home Journal.
The report circulated by the
Hanna press concerning Bryan's
employing non-union printers in
getting out his hook was so easily
disproven that they are seemingly
ashamed of the accusation.
The income tax, advocated by
Bryan, would exact $750,000 a
year from John D. Rock feller, $600,
000 from Andrew Carnegie, $337,
500 from W. W. Astor, and $331,
250 from the Cornelius Vanderbilt
If you are not so situated as to buy it ouright.
Before you have it paid for, it may be WORTH
10 or 20 times as much as it cost you. You can
make more money in stocks in a few months
than you CAN in A LIFETIME in your busi
mess. SEE THESE COMPARISONS
Crown Point shares advanced in ten months from #1.40
each to #1,800 each.
Con. Calif. & Virginia went in 7 months from #4.00 to
Belcher rose in 9 months from #1.50 to $1,525.
Ophir from $2.30 to $1,208.
Calumet <& Ilecla from ll.oo to $715.
Suppose after buying 1,000 shares of stock on the installment pi
it should advance steadily and you should begin drawing DIVIDENDS
of TEN or TWENTY dollars a month before you had it half paid for.
How would that suit you?
See what dividends some of the leading mining companies
1000 shares of Calumet & Hecla pays $33,000 annually.
1000 shares of Quincy pays $6,000 annually.
1000 sharss of Tamarack pays $6,000 annually.
1000 shares of Alaska-Treadwell pays $1,500.
100(1 shares of Richardson pays $250.
And so an with hundreds of others.
Take the Hint.
Buy Some Stock
Write at once for full particulars to
E. W. YOUNG,
Banker and Broker,
337 McCornick Building,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Member of American Bankers Association.
Salt Lake Stock and Mining Exchange.
Bowling Alley and Shooting Gallery.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
MONTAGUE A SAUNDERS,
ELEGANT CLUB ROOMS.
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
F. P. AKE. President.
H. A. CHANDLER, Cashier.
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Highest Price paid for
Interest paid on
ISSUE BANK DRAFTS OR MONEY ORDERS at the following rates ;
$4000 to $50.00 18 cents.
50 00 to 80.00 20 ceuts.
60.00 to 75.00 22 cents.
75.00 to 100.00 25 cents.
$ 100 to $5.00 5 cents.
5 00 to 10.00 8 cents.
10.00 to 20 (X) 10 cents.
20 00 to 30.00 13 cents.
30.00 to 40 00 15 cents.
For each additional $100 up to $500, 15 cents per hundred.
Over $500 and up, 10 cents per hundred.
Compare above prices with other methods of sending money. We also issue
Drafts and Money Orders on all parts ot the World.
LIVERY I FEED STABLF
JOHN PENCE, Proprietor.
FINE RIGS & GOODS ADDLE HORSES
, . ,, . ,, W
Dealers in Hay and Grain. |
Stock Carefully Provided for.
CITY SCAIES at the Stable.
Enlarging the White House.
The October Ladies' Home Journal
will publish plans for the proposed
enlargement of the White House, at
Washington, and Colonel Theodore A.
Bingham, U. 8. A., custodian of the
Executive Mansion, will urge their
adoption in an article pointing out the
great need therefor. Our Chief Ex
ecutives have been poorly housed for
a long time, but the obstacle that has
stood in the way of enlarging the
White House has been the lear of de
stroying the tine proportions and sym
metry of the building. This bas now
been overcome by a skilled architect,
whose solution of the problem will be
given in the October Journal.
Milk 30 cents a Gallon.
Pure fresh milk delivered night
and morning to any part of the city
at 20 cents per gallon. Give me a
trial. J. P. Barky.
Special midsummer sale men's
summer and medium weight under
wear. i off regular price. J. S.
Acker & Co.
Can we sell better
L e- s s Money
than our competitors?
Because we bought in Car
Lots at the right time,
We have a full line of Groceries of the BEST.
Tomatoes at •• ••
Blue Label Corn at
-- #2.40 per case.
• 2,40 per case.
Just so all along the
G. W. Fletcher Go., Ltd.
July 20, 1900.
And get one of our Fine
Before going for your summer onting.
We also have a large line of
Furniture of all kinds.
Japanese Matting, Carpets, Linoleums,Rugs. etc.
J. M. Cowen & do
Mountain Homo, idaTio.
M. J. CANTY,
Mountain Home, Idaho.
THE PALACE SALOON.
JOHN SMITH, Proprietor.
Next door to the Post-office.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Drop In and Smile Witn Us.
HOWARD SEBREE, P»mol«T
B. F. WHITE, Vice-Prisidsnt
W. R. SEBREE, Ca(M1.
first national Bank
A General Banking Business Transacted
. Successor to J. Ottenheimer & Co.,
Pabst Milwaukee Beer
Wholesale Dealer in
AND DISPENSER OF THE
Finest Liquors and Cigars.
In fact, everything that can be found at a first-class Cafe. Your patronage
solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all.
A. ROSENHEIM, Proprietor.?
DR. B. B. SWAN,
DR. B. B. SWAN,
Mountain Homs, Idaho.
gXF'OFFIOE—Two doors north of
Reynolds A Shaw's olfir-e.
MISS ATTIE (L BRADY
Will Insure Your Home,
jAnd Rent or Seii Real Estate.
Office with Judge E. M. Wolfe.
She has hou.-es to rent.
* UxU ^ <lu k
kountaiu Home, Idaho.
| f. r a™, ireewon n a hamls«, c«hi.r. |
A Gcnernl Hanking Business transacted.
up«u from 10 a. ui. until 4 j>. m.
To FOSTER SILVA:
hereby notified that I have expended
hundred dollar* in labor and iinproveine
SUMMIT hide, situate in Bear Creek mining district.
County of Elmore, State of Idaho, for each year
since tmil to 2889 indusive. of which the location
certificate in found of record in Hook 12 of oaarU
olatm«, at |«iy SW, in tho office ol the Recorder of
county, In order to hold »aid claim
der the fir . .i.n, ,,f Hectlo
2J'.:4 of the Revised
United State*, und the amendment
y 23, 18M0, concerning an
m*, being the amount re
• <ld said lode for the period ending Du
pun mining ciai
'hin ninety day* from the personal servioe
-, or within ninety day* after the puhli
f, you fail or refuse to contribute four
! jsiiml cost* v.vour proportion of such
i a co-owner), your interest in the
1 *«•»»>« the pro|ierty of the subscriber,
. who ha* m
-m m* of »aid
ot tl'i » r
.'tpiired ox pend l
Mountain Hume, Idaho.
F. P- AKE. • • Proprietor
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