Notices under this head will
he $1.50 for cattle and $1.00 for
horses per head..
I hare in
One red t
'T' (Dross with half .
: left l ibs, hull crop off
I ui ihn following
; old, branded
le deer it ) on
ut of the other. lias
calf about sir months old.
If not claimed at the r epiratiuu
days from date, same «
of CO !
ill be sold accord j
intj to Kairo y lam.
Dated Dre. I.}, 189G.
I hare in in
One bayhorseabout 7 yea,-sold, brand
™ J" on the lejt shoulder, Ictt hind foot
If not claimed at the u pi ration of CO
days from date same will be sold according ;
K>lr " y la " Mrs. Mary.l. McCammon. 1
Georgetown, Ike. 27, ,r JG. !
. . i
dclcHbed ,hf fMtt3 :
One 3-year obi coir branded O'U on left !
One brockled fore heifer calf branded j
OU on left tibs, Wotllc under jam. No
y pimefsion the following
If not claimed ot the r.rpi ration of CO j
■* days, same will he sold according to Kstray \
Ia ".: , S. P. Sorenson. ' j
MonlpcUer, Dec. ia, >96. j
1 have in my possession the following ■
describcd animal: ' ' i
One two-year old hull branded S- on i
left hip, square crop off right ear, under 1
bit off left ear.
If run claimed at the r.rpi ration of CO
days from date some will be sold according
to the Statute of Idaho.
Peter Ilamrn, Bennington. .
Dated, Jan. 7, 1807.
I have in my possession the following
One red steer with some spots on Is
coming two-year old. Branded T with S
under it combined. The T is blotched and j
it may be something else. Branded on
left ribs. No ear »«irks. .If John Slri - !
en's ranch on Thoma
If not claimed at the expiration of GO
days from date, same will be sold
ing to Statutes of Idaho.
Dated Jan. 10, 1807 .
1 have in my possession the following '
One black spotted steer mining tie
-ing. Branded H
round hole in left ear.
Ij not claimed at the expiration of 60
days from date, same will be sold accord
ing to Statute of Idaho.
Ranch one wile south west of Montpelier.
Dated, Jan. 80 , 1807.
1 hare in riiy possessif
One 3-year old gelding, branded O with
quarter circle wer it.
If not claimed at the expiration of CO
days from dale same will be sold accord
ing to the Statute of Idaho.
I' R. liai on,
Dated, Dec JS, '97
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lowing letters r
Cincinnati, Jan. 5, 18!)7.
President of the Idaho Equal Suffrage
Pear Madam: —
; At the regular meeting of the Twen
; tieth Century Club this afternoon, the
I following resolution
Resolved, That the Twentieth Century
Club of Cincinnati, Ohi<
to the Idaho Equal Suffrage association.
Congratulai ing them
upon the great
work accomplished in that state for the
! freedom of their women.
Helen M. Potter, Secty. ,
Salt Lake, Utah, Jan. 12, 189.7,
President of the Woman's Suffrage As
sociation, Montpelier, fdaiio.
Dear Madam :
At a meeting of the Woman's Central
_ ,■ , ...... '
Democratic. Club of Salt Lake City,
Utah, held December 17th, 189(1, at Salt
Take City, the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
T,mt ™ 8end . COn & ,atu,a '
t,ons t0 tlie women of our sister state of
I«l.ilio on the decision of the supreme
r rt whi, ' h a,tmits «»«>
,lle '' x,!roiHe 01 tlte inestimable right of
franchise and wo welcome Idaho to
place in the galaxy of truly free states
without distinction of
KPX ' participate in the rights and re
spongibilities of free government.
The Club holds its meetings every
third Wednesday in each 'month. The
meeting for January will be held AVed
nesday, January 20th, 1897, at Unity
H 011 . Moses Thatcher will ho the
Dr. Ellen B. Ferguraon, Pres.
• Phoebe Felvlier, Secty.
Short Line Officers.
Authentic information received!
J«, 20. !>v tl.o ro»l.I„tel.|
... , , .
i, is stated that \V.
' ' ' Bancroft,
gencer gives the first
ment of the
°f the northern division of the
Union Pacific, • will he
manager; S. \V. Ecoles, at present
general freight agent of the Union
agent; D. E. Burley,
agent ol the passenger department
at bait Lake, will be general pas
senger agent and F. W. Hills,
sistant auditor of the Union Pacific
will be auditor. The
offices of the Short Line will he
at Salt Lake.
Montpelier, Idaho, Dec., I8!!d
chemical instructions in the hospitals.
To accomplish thi 3, all outstanding
counts must hé closed, all parties owing
all at once and make
It is my intention and desire to
east this winter t
take a course
me .will please
settlement by cash or negotiable note.
All accounts not. settled before I leave
about January 20th, 1897, will be left
with an attorney for settlement and
O. A. Hoover, M, D.
arrive and depart from
Montpelier as follows, those marked
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and those'marked with f Tuesdays
Wednesdays and Saturdays:
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12:Bin. m. Mail closes at 7:30 p. in.
Office closes at 7 p. m. Office open .Sun
day's from 8-30 to 0.30 a.
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MUNN & CO.,
•101 IIroadway, Mow York.
one of the many states
in which the postal service costs
a great deal more than it taKes in.
The entire receipts for the year of
the state were $145,288.13,
which $133,922.00 were from the
sale of postage stamps, stamped
envelopes and cards, $10,804.99
from box rents, and $561.08 from
the sale of waste papes, twine and
miscellaneous material. The total
expenditures were $212,216.77. It
will be seen that Uncle Sam
out for the postal service in the
state of Idaho $06,928.46
than he.takes in.
In the Boise ofliee the
ceipts for the fiscal year were $14,
000 and the total expenses $7098.
79. Moscow is
next with gross
receipts amounting to $6216.60,
$5763.15,; total expenses $2297.71.
amounted to $3014.07;
The report of the auditor for the
postoffice department for the last
fiscal year shows the
had found it'
necessary to bring
suit in matter of postofliee
counts in only two instances in
the state of Idaho. Charles P.
Tatro, postmaster at Bellevue,
1883 lacked $425.31 in settling
lii#accounts when he retired from
office, and M. Orberdoifer, post
master at Silver City, in 1892
short on his money order account
$770.11. ■ In both these
bythegovcmnl< , nt
The money order business done
;,, T] , . ,
in Idaho is quite large consider
• ,1 ...
mg the population.
13 months the domestic orders is
.judgements have been
sued numbered 110,269,
valuation of* $1,212,050.88.
international orders numbers 2117,
and were drawn for
J amount of
$50,424,16. The fees
paid on the domestic
amounted to $7817. 85 and on the
foreign orders $565.20.
the same length of time there
paid at Idaho postoffices 30,869
domestic money orders
ing $451,873.30 and 279 foreign
orders amounting to $7426.50.
Mat '-Butch" Cassidy.
John Hitting, who used to be
I deputy sheriff in this county,'and
I who is now generally ridinjr down
! T .,.
1 was ndmg after cattle and when
on the desert, says:
^''11 I pitched camp near the
Big Hole on the Green Liver road
! and was
I after d.ark to see a horseman
I up and dismount.
recognized 'Butch' Cassidy, for it
was none other than. he, and he
was loaded to the muzzle,
.tog two six-shooters and
j c j )egtoi .
I was unarmed, and he
prepared to camp with me, though
I believe others of his
near by, and his solo purpose
to 'pump' me about matters which
lie knew me to be acquainted with,
hut I would give him
faction, and finally turned the con
versation to the Montpelier bank
robbery. He made
about his connection' with that
affair, and laughingly averred
that there was not much in that
layout, but he was now -on' to a big
ger haul than that made at Mont
pelier. Cassidy was not at all
nervous, and in the morning after
breaicfast he saddled
iiis winchester and rode off' toward
the Bucuhorn mountains, stating
that he was going to make for
have easily captured 'Butch' had
he been armed, but be thinks it
was safer to not be hunting a man
! like Cassidy, anyhow.—Salt Lake
The commissioners in Fremont
county have appointed Charley
French, who is already probate
judge of the county, as school
superintendent. We congratulate
Charlie, for he can possibly make
a living out of the two offices,
while before it was well nigh im
possible to do so in the probute
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