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Judge Morgan's Bolt.
The Idaho Statesman, under date of September 2, 1906, among other things says: "It appears that Judge Morgan of the First district, after long cogitation, has determined to bolt the county ticket of his county—Kooteuai. A statement has been given out purport ing to give his views. In this it is de clared that, after due deliberation, it has been determined by those who have had the matter under consideration, that they will bolt the county ticket for the purpose of administering a re buke to bôssism. This statement de clares that the men were selected by one man, and that they were named be cause that one man could control them. The purpose of the bolt, it is stated is to break ring rule, aud it is further claimed that sucli a course cau be fol lowed without violating auy principle of Republicanism." it is to be regretted that Judge Mor gan has made up his mind to pursue the action he has taken, for more reasons than stated. His discontent may extend to the State ticket, aud carry down not only the county, but the State tioket as well. It is far bet ter, however, that the bolters should come out in Ihe open and make their fight, than to stab the regular Republi can candidates iu the back at tin- ballot box. It appears from the above state ment of the Statesman, that the little cloud of discord reported visible just after uomiuations in Kooteuai county, has suddenly grown into huge propor tions, aud threatens the defeat of the "Grand Old" parly, carrying dire dis aster with it. Verily the reports sent out that all was harmonious in the Re publican party, by leading Republican politicians, aud Republican papers, is surely contradicted by tlie Statesman. It Is The Survival Of The Fittest. We believe that great aud good man, Herbert Spencer, was the originator oi the words composing the caption of this article. The truthfulness of the words are fully verified by the revolt in Cuba, at the present time. The march of Christianity, civilization, education, aud progress cau not be thwarted or re tarded very long by barbarians, semi barbarians, or the mongrel races, "it is the survival of the üttest iu animal life, aud the same rule will as aptly ap ply to the human kiud. Ungrateful Cuba, doomed to revolution, bloodshed, rapine, murder and cbaos, witbiu but a short distance of our shore, calling it self a Republic, a creature of our own making, a disgrace to the name of Re public, to itself, aud civilizatiou. Will Uncle Sam put you ou your feet again and receive for his kindness your enmi ty? it is hoped not. Eet the rule be invoked among the people of that beau tiful island, "It is the survival of the fittest," aud may the best win out Gold Dredging in Alaska. According to Consul General Revu dal, of Dawson, a gold-dredging epoch is dawning upon the Klondike. The rich, early discovered creeks have been already worked over, he says, by crude aud wasteful methods aud are uow be ing subjected tc a more scientific treat ment. Gold dredging lias proved suc cessful in spite of sucii difficulties as high cost of iusvallatiou, frozen gravels aud short seasons. It has passed the experimental stage aud become an established aud promising industry. Extensive areas are being made pro ductive through the use of dredges handling 3u(X) or more cubic yards every day. It is expected that introduction of dredges will greatly increase the out put of gold in the Kloudike. In 1905 this was reduced to about $7,5u0,U00, against $10,350,000 in 1904, $18,000,000 in 1901, and $22,275,000 iu 1900. observers fear that the enlarged supply of gold from the Yu km» Some coupled with Alaska's growing yield of new gold may perceptibly effect general economic conditions in America. It is expected that during 1906 Alaska will furnish §20,000,000 of gold, as against $14,500,000 in 1905, $9,000,000 in 1904, and $6,350,000 fn 1903. So far most of the capital in vested in dredgiug operations iu the Klondike is by citizens of the United States aud most of the gold cleaned up is sold iu Seattle. There are now iu the Klondike, eithei in operation or iu course of construc tion, nearly a dozen gold dredges. Next season will witness the arrival of sever al additions to the northern mining fleet, some of which will be put to work in the Forty-Mile aud Birch creek dis tricts of Alaska. All these "gold ships" are of American make. Gold dredgiug is to be tried in Siberia and iu the val leys of the Valu, the Amur, the Hoang ho and the Yaugste. Americau dredge maunfacturers are unable tosupply the demand.— Ex. hibit in in same J.F. the the of During the late war Japanese gunners threw missiles with accuracy over high hills at objects they could not see. Now a mere boy iu Germany has dis covered a method by which torpedoes can be fired around a corner. So im portant are his inventions «teemed that the Emperor has ordered him to Kerliu to place them at the disposal of the ad mirality. Yet we hear a great deal to the effect that the world is getting to be too civilized to tolerate war, and that there is a good prospect of disarm ament by international agreement.-Ex. self and for the !>K. WALLACE JOHNSON Silver City, Idaho. Livery Barn : --AND- i Feed Stables 1 I of 3 I I we 13 I I i I of of I > ► Good Horses and Rigs. Job Teams to carry freight to all surround ing Camps. : : I I I » I COAL. HAY AND GRAIN sal*! I ► I Wheat for Chicken Feed ( of ty I I Gardner Iti-os*. Silver City I I \ G An old and established quiet and homelike resort with the best of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc. JOHN M. BRUNZELL, JR. Granite Block, Silver City. O' Playing cards, Tally cards and Call ing cards at Rowett's. Notice to Creditors. Estate of William Lacharlly, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,ad ministratrix of the estate of William Lacharlly, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers, with in four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, at her office in Silver City, Owyhee county, Idaho the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. 1'ated August 29th, 190«. Minn e Weston, Administratrix. J.F. Nugent, Attorney for Administratrix. Political Announcements. N. J. Perkins, of DeLamar, hereby announces himself a candidate for tlie office of Assessor and Tax Collector for Owvhee county, subject to the action of the republican county convention. Cy. Maxon respectfully announces himself a candidate for re-election to the office of constable of Silver City precinct, subject to the action of the democratic convention. 1 respectfully announce myself a can didate for the office of County Com missioner fiom the third district of Owyhee county, subject to the action of the coming democratic convention. Michael Hyde. Oreaua, Idaho, August 23, '06. Robert H. Walker respectfully an nounces to the vot- rs that he is a can didate for sheriff of Owyhee County, subject to the action of the coining re publican county convention I hereby respectfully announce my self a candidate for the office of Assessor and Tax Collector for Owyhee County, subject to the action of the republican Mai.k Colborn" county convention. Dewey, Idaho, Aug. 31, '06. Robert A, Grant of Murphy, respect fully auuouucts that he is a candidate for commissioner for District No. 2 Owyhee county, subject to the action of the repub ieau county convention. I hereby respectfully ar.nouuoe my self a candidate for nomination for county commissioner of the first dis trict of Owyhee County, subject to the action of I lie republican county conven tiou. Will H. Trkmewan. Silver City, Aug. 3, '06. I respectfully announce mi self a can didate for renomination for couuty commissioner of the first district of Owyhee County, subject to the action of the republican couuty convention. Wh. H. Best. Dewey, Ida., Aug. 3, '06. The uudersigned is a candidate for the office of assessor and tax collector of Owyhee county, subject to the action of the democratic-county convention. M. M. Krieg. Silver City, Idaho, July 13, 1906. I hereby respectfully announce my self a candidate for re-electiou to thr office of treasurer of Owyhee county, Idaho, subject to the decision of the republican county convention. Mrs. Minnie Weston. July 13,1906. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for re-election to the office of Clerk of the District Court of Ow yhee County, Idaho, subject to the actiou of the Democratic County Convention. John S. St Clair. Silver City, Idaho, July 20, '06. I respectfully announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office ol County Superintendent of Schools, sub ject to the action of the Owyhee Conn ty Democratic Convention. Miss Myrtle M. Hastings. Silver City, Idaho, July 20, '06. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Probate Judge of Owy hee County, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. M on joe Stevens. DeLamar, July 20, 06. I hereby respectfully announce my self a candidate for i he office of assessor aud tax collector of Owyhee county, subject to the action of the republican couuty convention. Harry L Avery, Black Jack, July 27, 1900. I hereby anii"Uttce myself a candidate for Probate Judge of Owyhee County, subject to the action of the coming democratic county convention. Frank S. Heer. Silver City. July 27, '06. I hereby respectfully annouuce my self a candidate for Commissioner from the Third District of Owyhee County, subject to the action of the republican county convention. Castle Creek, Idaho, Aug. 30, '06. John Lee. w It's a fact» I can't wear them out. We often hear this remark. When a man thinks of the faithful ser vice his Ed. V. Price & Co.suit has given him he hates to part with it. You can have a suit or overcoat made from fabrics that will not wear out. You can have it made to make your form look right. $25 to $35. 500 patterns to select from. «C »* m I / J g \\: rfji Ém : ..v, v 1 i\m i it i s ■ r \m ' ' V m ; i ' U\ V j ; h «a \ i\U\\ \y Ü : : i ; \\ ? . UK i ; IsS : j pi i Exclusive Local Representative of Ed. V. Price Company Merchant Tailors, Chicago Orders Taken By THE SILVER CITY SUPPLY CO. THE BEST EQ IPPED HOSTELRY IN OWYHEE COUNTY T5he DEWEY HOTEL DEWEY, IDAHO heated throughout by steam, lighted by electricity. MARK COLBORN Proprietor JlBl tftii <Tfl> JÊÊbdBÈhkJBbkÆ&t* I T5he BOSTON G RILL \ i > Boise's Finest, Restaurant ( ► » i Everything the market can supply served in superior style at reasonable prices V V I I > I ► Next Boor to Capitol Flotel ► ► \ OTTO KLEIN, Proprietor > > > > > NOTICE TO SHEEPMEN.—SHEEP INSPEC TION LINE DEFINED. The State Veterinarian having found ho little scab now existing among the sheep in this coun ty, will not require a general dipping this fall, b'»t ha«» ordered that all sheep must be inspected before being driven from the summer to the winter ranges. I have therefore established the following us the boundary line betwe n the two ranges in my district,before driving across which sheep must be inspected. Sheep owners will please notify me before driving across the said quarantine line us deliucd below, to-wit: Beginning at Juniper Point on the North Fork of Owvhee river; running thence to upper end of Mud Fla* : thence to Stone House, Pleas ant Valley; thence to Split Roc.i; theme to ilariingiou'8 dipping corral, Jackson Cieek; thence to Canter's corral, Mack Creek; thence to Keith's corral, Squaw Cre-k; Diamond Basin; thence to Boles' corral, Aldei Creek; thence to Tom Doyles' rauch : thence to Latimer's shearing corra s. Shoe Fly; thence to Water Holes, Jack Creek AH persons driving sheep a ross the above de scribed Hue without first having notified me of their intention so to do will be subject to prose cution. G. W. Hekcy, Livestock Inspector. Silver City, Idaho, August'24, 't)t>. Clear Havana Cigars 5c to 25c each at Rowetts. thence to Notice of Proof of Completion of Works and Application of »ater to Beneficial Use, Notice I» hereby given that at !0 a. m. on llie 29th day of September, 190«. at Caldwell, county of Canyon, state of Idaho, berore H. E. Wallace, Notary Public, proof will be submitted of the completion of worts for the diversion of 1(4 cuoic feet per second of the waters of Sucker Creek, and of the application to beueiicial use of said water, iu accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 1891, heretofore issued by the state engineer ol the state of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice address of the person holding said permîtes Ralph A. Mc Dowell, lloiredale, Idaho. 2. Said works of diversion will be fully com pleted on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are cap UBC, nth the plans accompanying the application for sucli permit, is 1 y t cubic feet per second. able of conducting to the place of intended iu accordance 3. The use to which said water hi plied is irrigation and domestic use. aud the amount applied to bi-neflcial use is !>/, cubic feet per second. bee ap 4. The place where said water Is used 1 b s >,4 of SE?4 of Section 9, Tp. 3 N., K. 5 W'. B. M. 5. The date of the priority prepared to establish is March 81. 190«. Jas. Stephenson,.Jr., S«ate Engineer. hich said •r Is I«. 19