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- i • £ I I do It of 0. Several heavy and acceptable showers of rain'during the past weck. Harry Brcssler and "Reasonable iu" J„ww.i , 1 ,- Ro _ nest l av ' • " y 1 H»ycB. father of Mrs. A. A. Curtis, died a few days ago at Eight Mile, Oregon. Ate« rio.wMra Pr.nj.i or ,j Mi« • ' d 'f" f mr U „^rivï n Tno H d«v me ^ I me Grove I uesdaj. number of families have come herefrom Uruneau valley to escape the anticipated Indian troubles. Jack Campbell, who had his leg broken a few weeks a 20 in Bellevue ^ orouen a ItW WCCKh SffO in neiie\Ul, is now getting around on crutches. A Rupert, the fruit tree man, still tarries with us and is talking up the artesian well scheme with some pjvv.pj *1 Utah the new eountv of which Moscow is tho county seat, has or iranisod and the commissiorers have , Ule . c0mmi881ouerB ha ' e •' . . Dr. Hayes returned from Rocky Bar Monday and has been busv all ♦be week renairine the teeth of the 6 ^ 1, tt •' r , r, ,, Tlie Union I acific Railway Co. | " 1 11 Be *l ticket« on July Jd and j # 4th, good returning July 5th at one , fare for round trip. After careful inquiry the BULLE . tie reporter can not trace the foun-| dation for an Indian outbreak to j Pouutain gern« SuUftin. TEAMS OP SOBSCAlPnoE; Om paar by mail (lavariably tai a Inn«) iha ^ « . H.S 0 8 U Thiaa I.«# Plnrt. copy. 10 B.taWAV TIME-TABLE. Etat hound expram arrive, al S:îS p. m. Want bound e <prva. arrivea at T.ftil a. un Prelidit. mt hound, at KSS; want b'd, Mtya Saturday, June 23, 1888. Read Judge Waldron's card. W. D. Davis is on The sick list this week. Alec' Bruce visited the capital city Tuesday. Large quantities of wool continue to arrive daily. Mrs. J. H. Miller has been quite ill for several daye. 8 . R. Wilkins wak over from the Bruncau Saturday. Attention is called to Hugh Flood's reply to Thomas Finnegan. Soldiers have gone from Boise to interview the hostile bucks of Owy hee. any reliable source. Dr. M. Pefferle, the dentist, will I be here on the 26th inst.,to remain j four days. Call and see him if you | want good work done. i The Bulletin is under obliga-, tions to Mrs. George Crandal for a ! bucketful of currants nicked from , , F her 1 me LiroYe garden. Mrs. Cruttenden and Mrs. Payne returned from Shoshone Thursday, and speak highly of the hospitality of the people ofthat town. Judge Stull hm received informa tion that District Court will be i 4 . 0*1 t. oc convened at Silver City on June 26, Judg< Broderick presiding. ^^Hclfrich & Miller arc building a large warehouse near the railload j track, opposite their store, for the purpose of housing machinery, wa gons, etc. Parties down from Pine Grove say everything is progressing finely With miners, but that the great scarcity of lumber retards building very materially. Lynch, the freighter, who started over three weeks ago with Wide West mill machinery, has lost one mule and two horses by death, on the road to Rocky Bar. /\V. E. Snodgrass has received i i l *' • til i. j t fbe j ber s chair in Llaho. It is of the latest style - , soft as down, and really a luxury to recline in. Reports from Rocky Bar regard ing the shooting of Tonkins by Shields are somewhat conflicting— but everything points to the fact that John Shields acted in self defense. The Bulletin has been favored with some fine new potatoes from the gardens of Richard Bennett .and Z. N. Hungerford. They speak well for the productiveness of Mountain Home soil. * Mrs. M. Collins, the popular pro prietress of the Caldwell Commer- | cial Hotel, was visiting her daugh-1 ter, Mrs. J. M. Miller, several days this week. The Commercial is now known as the best hotel oh theO. S. L. The family of lawyer Stull ar rived here last Sunday, to make Mountain Home their permanent ; residence. Mr. Stull will occupy the Crandal residence until his new dwelling house is completed. The Bulletin welcomes all such good people to our midst. . Mrs G. VV. Counvers, mother of * Mrs. H. Johnson, Mrs. Saddle Huff man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and a young man named . Hizington, who have been visiting Mountain Honje for some time, this week returned to their home in Io»« t Hope, the bright little daughter nr Rearhv will to-dav leave for v' of Dr. Beorby will to-day leave for the « ast, under the care of Mrs. Charles Stockton, of Omaha. ■i,,uivei -on.e,o.., ... ........... She oes to relatives at Moline, Illinois, the purpose of obtaining a a thorough education. The Bulle TIN predicts that little Hope will one dav creato a sensation in the Ynueical world as a sweet sufigstreas. I or ! i Ooanfy «Mt- John Shield« Pepper« , • Two Men wl.h • 8 ho.*nn- to More Haller l/awyere. mwMtam.iahrcwrwia.taa. Yout correspondent noticed in a Wood Biver paper, a few days ago, a statement to ths effect that ihs sole object of Mit-.ing the creation of the | Îïwô r "wh5e &ÄÄ £ 0 moinhä ago and ItopK * Ük, I heard not a word on the subject, but liad no sooner nrrived in this town I than it was found to be the leatling . topic of conversation. It is the sumo j with the cilixens of Piue Grove who come here, but the most rabid of all to r.ïtÜÎ.^'thl. t l he «uixoM e oT Moun ïtï SW ",tap the litigation comes front this end of a the county. The Atlanta people do not expect the county buildings nor; do they here. Pine Grove may speak ' for itself—your correspondent cun not j speak for it as he was never there ex cept to pass through it on the »lüge, j It is wonderful wltat subterfuges some ! of the Hailey journal, will invent to 1 Cliri * 1 « poin . i J ^ ; curred on ilie mountain not tn of town. , as the result of which John Tonkins leceived several bird shot in the shoul- ; der and several scattering ones in i other parts of the body, doittg no in-I lerual injury, and Charley Quilzow, ' «'"Of Aug. Quiteow, Esq., a slight scratch from a shot along side of his head. M'arrauts have been sworn out j against John Shields aud Charles Bray of the one party, and John Ton kius of the other, all are under ams'.i f * 1 ^ >e claimed by Shields and Bray I ^ "'«* ^ w «' kin « towards t„ê j Henry Clay bale when Tonkins fired at them three times with a ride and ! Shields replied with a shot gun. On the other hand it, will doubtless up g*" î^àVb-frl^SdtMw tfwtShSX : ^ ln ® y ulUowt " üt 11 ft r «t ayd Ton kin« replwd with a : A Besides this evidence the Thompson, QuiUow and Tonkius party will try to show ,h*t they had no in- ; tent or purpose of entering upon the Henry Clay lode, but wi re Working j u l M,n the claim ami camped ucar j o r wa^r^Thi for, coin a Tsidisd r C , r f' Tl,e torjgomg besides cir | e circn,«stances and confessions, will probably be pretty much aä t ,B "'i" d»nce will aj,pear, however tlm truth | muy be. We shall know better, how- 1 ever, after the ex imination is couclud led. It will probably commence ÜU | Thursday. j | JoB FiUge rsld & Co , who have a ; j # *,i^i)cli<i prospect on which they an» ! , pushing with a tunnel, prospected pome quartz last evening and in a little pieefe not over four ounces in weight, which we saw jxiunded and j to j Prospected, showed a splendid return. ; It «'as way above all ordinary con- I sidération. It »bowed at least that it They have four i I ROTKY BAR NEWS. I was good"material, j Wes which they are working with ai | tunnel. There is no doubt as to their ! i ultimate success. , a ! takes made in relation to the Atlanta j " ml ,h< ' lr management, parti-. cularly in relcation to our friend Major Cavauah. The means of information , of your correspondent has somewhat : improved, and we think that hereafter, | iu mining matters particularly, little, ! if any fault can he found in our state "™*L „ „ ,,, , be R- B. Brown, Esq of Atlanta came. over on Friday evening and returned! 26, 8unHay M r. Brown has been post master, justice of the peace, conveys n a cer, and in fact performed nearly all j of the official business of the pb.ee for the many years. wa- George Alexander, for many years a packer among those mountains, came * n from Silver Mountain on Sunday 0,1 f** s way to Atlanta. We were «omewhat surprised to' »•" KwLty-five miles either from At ! lanU or hero Kingsbury,' a lawyer from Wood River is here. What his business is one we do not know. Hon. D. E. Wal on dron, is in town, and has obtained a Ul £ e »^ practice within a few days. Harry Thompson, one of the part fbe j Tuesday evening. '^He Ynys'h o would the u0t waB[ up Bl e hill for all the parties were fighting about. He Joes not fi ea j j n prospects. Dr. Wright says that Wm. Abbott. by who suffered an injury last week which caused blood poisoning is doing fact we 'l self well j. c. Kemp van Ee wont over to Silver City last Sunday, to look af ter his mining interests on old War | Engle. Mr. Kemp van Ee is confi-1 dent that the 100-stamp Oro Fine mill will be built this season and is „ays the machinery will be shipped oh j n gjde the next forty davs. Our -freighters should keep their eves ar- upen .regarding this matter. The gentleman has a kindly* feeling to ; ward Mountain Home and will fa vor this point all that, lies within new his power. ' The j i /Last week Richard Bennett shear good e d his thoroughbred sheep that | Judge Stout has in charge, and of brought in 4,000 pounds of extra fine wool. Dick says Uncle Stout Mrs. has the finest little ranch in Idaho, It contains about 200 acres under cultivation, nice and comfortable time, dwellings and other houses; has hot in and cold springs; two fish ponds in which «.rp r m «>!... to! twelve pounds are thick, lots of, for fruit and ornamental trees and any ■ Mr. Editor, there have been , n j 8 . ' Ed. Boeninc and wife—an eight pound boy baby. All parties doing well. Dr. Wright the attending physi cian. The Wide West pays off Saturday. Rocky Bar, June 20th, 1888. for fruit and ornamental trees and any Mrs. quantity of bearing grape vines. It 7 __ , She is about L<) miles east of Mountain Home on Alkali creek. a gX^Flags! Flags! at the Poetoffiee stajioueiy and jewelry store. will N choice assortment of fine the candies iust arrived at the rostoffice ' varwly slots. The Oro Fino min* now hide fair , , • *>,„ nid lime life and ; r,M to bnn * "** "* ° ld ' activity to the camp at btlver City. Mr. Leech,the superintendent, ha»; been on the ground since June 1 st. previous to that time he had sent ..... . | Mr M. C. Rharpnick, a JIIMne [.other machinery thoroughly over- ! hauled and put » first-class condi- the tion. Having finished pumping out ■ the mine last week, the superinten . dent w now preparing to sink the j main shaft 100 feet deeper. A force will also be put on the third level i 0 ^ to run the same south to tap the ! rich ore ch V te , ftt * re * ter de P tl î' which 0,. tom« owner took a fortune ten tears since. _ h ' 1 great quantities of 130 ore . "J; the upper levels because not rich ' enough to mill under the old re- «te j girne, will also he. attacked and added to the two or three thousand . j G f similar ore now on the dump, I ! awaiu Uie orection of R modem i 1 mi] , ContrnctB have been J et f or a i vears's supply of wood, timbers and | ; charcoal, and a large amount of I , , i i ^ • * lumber ordere or improvements ; jjj ; contemplated. Every move lndico-; i tes that the English capitalists now owning this immense property pro pose to work it for all it is worth. and not on a tuppenny-hapenny nrineinle I, j The Kinkel tunnel now being run , , t i. r „., £r |. , ( yw. f ÄhÄn pushed to I V . -jug c * pu» 1 u, vu I date 330 feet and is now in a three j foot ledge of good ore, six inches of * which assays $100 per ton. Inside ; ! of the next 100 feet it will strike a h long chute which prospects very rich on tlie surface, and it is conn : d ^ ltly e *P ectetl tbat / hea yy ^ of ore, a bonanza in fact will there a : » 1 ' I I De ueveiopeci. One of the latest, and bidding fair ; to be one the most important mm-j e inK machines brought out 1 » the j Diamond drill, invented by b. "• j Rharpnick, of Denver. It is a rotary C e " gine >/ Un either b f f cop.pressed ' | alr or steam power. It weighs only 4 j pounds, and, in practical tests bores a hole one foot deep, in solid | . f minnt.Js One of 1 ®. .. . n *. , , î' icse ' 1,de niachmes will beat woi i | »• » be Oro Fino mine in a few days, | j doing quite as much work as ten a ; miners. Later on it is proposed to ! employ several of them. a in j he served every Sunday by Wright & ! ; 0(>niep I it i OliD WAR KAfcl.K MOtHfiMS. : Clilckcn Dinner. A fine chicken dinner will hereafter at tiie Palace Restaurant, Also all delicacies Mountain Home. ai ! j h ne of drugs, etc., also pure liquors | and hue cigars. Everything usually kept in a drug store may he found at , this place, and Dr. Wright solicits the : patronage of the public, | . ! ©®"New invoice of Druggists' No -1 lions, Patent Medicines etc., received B •" ,bï ■ '"" e ^ the Hie liquors ana cigare ai lilc Rocky Bar drug store. n- tßT Call on Dr. Wright at the: all Rocky Bar drug store. for gtrvu* R (M :ky Bar drug store : keeps all kinds of medicines. ! a jgTDr. Wright, at the Rockv Bar ,] r „g atore k t>ep8 the best of perfuni-1 or je 8 . Tb« ladies are requested to call, test them. I »•" Watch and clock repairing by ! ; «»rryBressler, on short notice, at the 1 ostotiice store. ! . Harry Bressler has made a new | is iv !rn!K\lTUKF ei «Ll musicaI 'instruments at his Pott a Xe store gcr ' door8 M Q R BhftW>B lui ^ r yurd . i **^'Cl ,ea P, and g ood fami, y 8 U P | Pf' es at Hagar s. not £»F*Eartlieu flower pots, and plain ; and fancy spittoons at liagar's. g^Ice-cold Bock Beer on draught at W. D. Davis' Capital Saloou. to af- gj^ltolfrich & Miller now display an elegant line of men's, youth's and bo ys' su mmer suits. I fflT'Two lots 25x120, in a desirable j ! location, cun be had cheap for cash by applying to G. M. Payne. | Lamps of all kinds, milk and ; *y™P . pitcher», spoons, knives or e -J llg am ' e< " M , to- . ' " u w '. . nd at - Hagar s fa- ce ^^ r a ^ ff S d ,U to'the® iLple^ Mountain Home and vicinity. £*^Heltrirh 4 Miller have just re j ceived a carload of tho celebrated that Mitchel Wagons, put up byinstruc - and : tions, to suit this country. It would Pay any one wishing a wagon to call and ««"*"" 'V e ^ . bo ' h j ,n theCal.fomia rack and plain beds. ; orders promptly Idled for . î, Dy R h R f 1 'Vi Ac^Corn^brueIftm-e* hot Mountain Iluim idaho. in j n ' . ) w - , . to! of, - T i mberrn ens'attention is called any BUp ^ rior qua iit y and various Keen ■ of tl:e season. Itocky liar Drag Store. Dr. F. S. Wright has opened a drug 8 . ' store at Rocky Bur, and carries a tine ! j j ; Light coals and vests for these ! ! gOrOrtK'kery, Queen and stone-1 ware, new. just arrived at Hagar's. IJ^Fi ist-dsss marble Lime at C. j R. Shaw's 1 umbei yard. Two earloads of oats just re ceived at Hagar's and for sale at $1.75 per hundred. hot days, at Helirich A Miller's. ■ any It , patterns of the unexcelled Kutter" axes. Twenty dozen at Hel frich & Miller's. ggf Home-made Bologne sausage, head-cliecse, liver und Wood puddings fine and pure pork sausage kept constantly on tiand at Burns' Muuntain Home Meat Market. "T _ -H— ; r,M *» rnta Win» Pcvroanrnt ' man-The Flra» Ballo. Y eater- , daj-Slw-rman Ahead • ! the At Ihe RennhU«L National Con-L T \ir Thornton nf I ' vent,l,n Tuesday, Mr. Thurston, f, Nebraska, was made temporary chainnan am , M . A Estw of Cali- ! £ ! «P *° Thursdayj.ught the time of, g _ the Conven ton wat taken up wi h ■ long-winded, bloody-shirt and sell Inudntorv speeches and squabbling W. owr thc * W i«e and Mahone delegates J i, . . 1 i 0 ^ Virginia. U ! Probably the Convention got , down t0 it8 regular work yesterday ' „„„„(„g. j 1 The first ballot was taken yesterday, ; whirl, is given by apodal telegram to a A, loWf . „ «te Ht lAvriN, as fallow». | Chicago, June, ,1 . first ballot for Pro ident has just been I announced which leculted for i Sherman . .. .231 Ingalls.20 a Gresham. 10Ô Rusk 25 | Dopew . 09 Fitlor. . .. I A»««. »« £}' f ' Harrison . . . 87 * Hawloy . . ; jjj a ; ne . 35 -,-— - f . , .,, , , ; The ixop'e of Bennett creek are patriotic. They will celebrate by j I, . • . . ! uqui'lfwrrrvc 01 luh^d'h^mid r* ' f Etnui s grove on jui> ana rt. , ( to I t>fMou , nt ' a )? 1Io *f j vu an( j Glenns berry ,and others to 1 attend free of | t ; harge . Various I of * rtB will b „ indulged in and a ; * j time had orally a h __ ' * Two miners at Silver City were ! .. arre 3 ted on Monday last for perjury ; on information sworn out against them bv another mine owner, the incut aiiuuitr uuuv Wiuiu, ^ 1 charge against tnem l)emg swearing falsely to assess meut work done on j e la i m8 which they had located. Whether the charge against them "• will hold or not, it is an attempt to break up au abuse in which many a ' conscience must have been stretched There are in every camp a lot of hoe „ is h prosrectors taking up I c i a i Ins an d playing dog in the man of *1 J b *u„a „ft , 8 er other miner», thus ettin i keeping valuable property from be | j, lg developed for years. A few ar ten restg on t ho same charge in the to Rocky Bar and Pine Grove districts wnnld hnvp n suintai & ! he caiM fiiNUmt. : 2, 2:30 P. M.—The .21 .22 .. .18 Alger. b ; 1 1 would have a salutary effect on mining interests at those camps, if reports be true. President Malin, of the Pino Company, is the right ;ht place, and he is ably assisted ifr his superintendent, Mr. Prisk. Work on the Gold Hill and other properties is progressing finely and saticfaetoiilv, and the mill is being-pushed to completion as fast as possible. Mr. Malin may assertion that his : stamps would be dropping by JulyjjJ^Dj 4th, and that new era in mining : would be irlaugurated at Piue Grove. Grove Mining I nian in the ri. ___ r — | >t fulfin hig |f at the No -1 E Lob dell is again visiting J. M. Hagar and family. He will soon e |dup,rt fur hi, lid 1,„™ i„ U» the ^a^- The Poise City Hook and lilc t »ddoi* Pnnirnnv laut week crave the old eentleman a handsome the: , conmlimmit send-of <, .p j store : ar - V resolution!!. ! If one-half of what the Boise Bar Democrat say* of I). P. B. I ride be true, then Prof. Daniels should be call, kicked out of that community for I securing his services at the school by exercises there a few days ago. the Dr . W . F Smith was called to ! Pine Grove this week to attend D. new | B . Etliell, who had been kicked by «Ll 11 horBC '. Da '' e thoU K ht he had a Pott- ' ,rokeîl U P plain ; and j . cash It is reported that the Mountain | Home Brass Band will give a ball and ; here on the right of the 4th of July. andMrs. Bassett, from Ketchum, and , Mrs. Locke, from Montana, are visit-j s j n g their sister, Mrs. Eugene Keefer. K .° ftd 0v< r ^ er > Vhit « is d " r 'f ! 8 ood work or tJ,e Pmc (irovo roa<i - re- \/' W. S. Calloway is confined to his bed at Hill's stage station. - 1 would call ' h beds. for . called Keen ; ! tine ud received internal injuries, but the Doctor says ! lie was only jarred a little, George Crandall, who recently bought Fletcher's ranch, is a thorough farmer and irrigator—in fact he irrigaled his cellar the other j day to the depth of four feet of, j water. So si^ys Dr. Smith. silenced our valued rresponuents i tliP World kllOW of Itb Uic ^ or no, ; What has these ! Pine Grove cc ! gentlemen stone-1 your riches, C. j re $1.75 says the people of el very happy in anti ,ving a booming camp, and balloon 1 ascensions Dr. Smith Pine Grove fe cipation of h; Fireworks the evening of the fourth, will be indulged in at Mountain Home, Henry Dorsey and Homer Rath enlierg were down from Pine Grove this week. Oil Fine Sheep for Sale. aut one hundred fine I have ali nproved American Me bucks for sale for cash or ap proved security. They may be seen at my place in Mountain Home on and uftor July 1 , 1888. Spanish or i rino Richard Bennett. Séeds, Seeds. Helfrich <fe Miller have just received a large assortment of Northern grown Fit-Id, Garder, aud Flower Seeds. Hel gXF"The National Horse Liniment heats them all, try it. At Dr. Bear by', dr ug sto re. Our fresh cream candies have Home arrived. Call and treat yourself and li lends at Vi BdSrby s drug store. Graan-1 litolgr M Càuud Tnnplâr*. ,| Representatives from suWdinatc ! lodge, met ut Sli< »hone, Tuesday, ami ! nrgaaxicd « Grand Lodge for Idaho. , Following aie the officer, elected for ! the ensuing year: < L^; C,T T W I ' ' U w* v >f \V J 1 f, shone; U. Mr», c ! £ l 't°^ K?h -1 urn ' " " g _ Beiwl i «. w. t*. 0 T.-A. C. Mitchell, Weiser City; G. W . Chaplin— G. \ W. Grannis, Bellevue; G. W.^ S — R. J i, ltt B^^yne ^Mminhdn Home- U i 1 ' ' .. , ln n-X.' U . . I. h L. t n i.ila<i, floise ity;, , ; "V A K ire * cuU ' Moun ' ' Tlie n „ xt of tho orand j j .mb. bai Û DO- Ci„ in| ; October, 1889. nr Vinf . i^Z\ r T~.J~KZ\ nn . „ n , n . ' No "°" E ' | the Postofhce store, s,- . .. OiSSGllltiCn Ol COpSTtllSrSilip. ; Notice t. lures.v om the copnithership hereto!«» evteiim; i-eon by j wmle «'Pa . ! dw. u jw.i,.i»id t,> .....t ' "e'V'. KHutau , ( „ lltiauU . d bv thei»t* s r ,u ana *f j w „. uns. to 1 p. c. miiubai m, I W. H.\îl ACiCMaV a ! .. ..V.. 1 *!' ; P^r'r" j.Z p the county ' ^ 1 joint int«re»t thcroln, and 1 here».)- forbid nil person! tickisnins tomakc purchase not to do »o without on j U y 1 a^7ny t s?^iaturu to wi> ,l uupiLition ,n o e r convey au»* co»„t y , «„ u. tsss. thuman si.nm.gan, to J« 2 pd By s. u. MtCrty, Attorney. a of up I be ar the J. A. Crutlen W. R. 8 — ■ft G. T — G. A. T. ! ALL N E W ADV EUT IS EM E S TS. D. E. WALDRON. Attorney At Law, ROCKY BAR. IDAHO, c in all the 001 b ;__ Will jira.-.l of the Territory. the mulei-niiriied, it A li'.acknian, W. it.' Ulaekiuan der I he lliia con sen i 1*. C. Krig'm'im c«Ritina a^Niime» all debt» ill collect ail bill« ; Notise of Joint GA'Rsrship. «nu Flnnoj^tn, hereby jjive notice that I joins iutei eht with HL'Oil FLOOD, In all h he Hiav l»«ve ohiuininl by way of pro- pfet .• the 15th hay of Pehruary, A. U. lhsg, iu ritory of Idaho and parti- ularly Altars w I have by previous contract with him a To the Public. The above "Notice of Joint Ownerahlp' <» fal»c 1 and evidently an attempt at black mail. Finnegan loaned me *5 laut February whi.-h I paid in May, 1 this i» the extent ot in y deahny» with hh preteut and future. Dated: buwtooth, Idalio, J id -past, UCUH FLOOD. ia, io58. NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION . Land Offick at lloUe City, Idaho, June 12, lt<S8 Notico 1» hereby given that the "following named! settler has died uotioe of liis intent! : ?ke final ■port of his claim, uud that «aid proof 1 Receiver at Hoi?« I who ' t" on if Pino right is Hill the may ^ ^ his : ÎV-'Aub- 1 !»!: JulyjjJ^Dj : " Piue will In- ni.uU- b ill t Citv, on July 2.iJ, vi rice W. 11 It il KIMM, for the SWJ SW|,Nè SW j, HW j N Wi, 24, Tp. (i S. K. b E. He ,» it fi-liowin;- ! to prove Id. 1 it 1 ami cul Wi'kin* Bruneu land ,via: .lohn kur, h. b. ■u, all uf i'ntion of, Mathew Stone, T. N. Eppt Valley, Idaho. ilAULEN l'KFLEY, Uegistcr. J. 10 pd M. soon U» and crave Boise be . be ™ n 0 t ^ I l 1 ) '' r u for to D. by a . ball July. ; and visit-j r 'f roa<i - his "I NOTICE F0U PUBLICA TION. City, Idaho, ) G lie 12, 1*88 bv tfi-THi Hint tbc folio.ving-mui: notice of hia daim, and that auid pr ; will be ma le before Ke^isier and Ho ! City, on July 23, lass, viz: DIG-», f- r t».- NF.A *El, Ki *NKj, NW J ! :o»v 23, Tp. (18, It. 5 E. lie named tho follow- | itntfàwe« to prove hi*continuous ■ultivutioii of, »aid land, viz: John LttKer, 8. It. , all of U. 8. Land Office, Bo: «d Notice 14 h »cttK r hits fli tion nal i f in «import of ! II icuco 111 ) 011 , Wilkin», Mathew Stem, T. Hruneuu Valley, Idaho jel(5pi N. Upper iiaki.un citsLEY,Kegutcr. Notice of Fjrfsitcrs. To JoHKni Adis, Ids heirs er assigns: Y« ! •e hereby notified that 1 have expended two ; hundred dollars in labor and improvement» on the i IDAHO Lode mining ilalm, situated on Atlanta Hill, in Mid dle Boise Mining Distri-jt, A It liras county, Idaho j icrritorv, os required by section *2324 Revised Stat utes of the United States, being the amount remiired 1 to hold the name f<<r « tu-h year respectively a» follow»: j löSd and 1887, being two jean» ending December 31, 1887; that vour proportion of the same i» one hun dred dollar«, being one-half, and if within 90 d»y» I ufte- this nolicti by imbU.-aUoii you fail or refuse to proportion of such expenditure as in »hid claim will become the 1er said »ecliou 2324 t III tiHcrihcr projierty of the Rev:»ed Statutes of the United St DAVID CLINK. First publication June 1», 1888. pd. In tlie Probate Court Of Alturas County, Idaho Territory. In the matter of the K»tate of George P. Settle, Deceased. a j other j of, ! NOTICE TO CREDITORS ' n»t.itc ot oeokoe f. settle, dc, I Notice 1« hereby given Ly tho undanlirnail, Execu j or ot - ,,t George F. Settle, do* ea»mi. to toe of creditors of, ami all person« having claims ngainut ^ j the Bald deceased, to exhibit them with the nec«M»ary voucher», within tin month» after the first pubMua* n of thi» notice, to the «aid Executor, at Fine , Drove, in tlie »aid county of Alturas, Idaho Territory. D B. ETHELL, Executor of the estate of George F. Settle, deceased. Dated at Fine Grove, June 6, 1883. of Notice to Creditor«. dered. That notice to the creditor» of George | d, requiring all person* having j claim« against the «aid de .caned, to exhibit them | with the necessary voucher» to the Executor of the Order of Publicatio It i no, F. Settle, dec estate uf said deceased w ithin ten months after the first publication of this notice, to 1.« given bv »aid Executor by publication in the Mountain Home Bul ! letin at least once a week for five week». R. L>. LEMMON, Probate Judge. L.S.] j#*9 Dated June b, 1888. ' tio of anti be Rath Grove STRAYED OR STOLEN. From the Range on King Hill Creek, about May 15, 1888, one two year old «oral roar«, with white; sjM it in forehuod, flaxy inane, fc»re feet a little erevtked pigeon-toed, about 15 1-2 hands high and branded j *\/' [jothook] I when lurft on right thigh, and had a »mal! >k.g A reward of TEN dohai» will »*« paid to s delivering the that w ill lead to her i run ce u cr giving information Andre»», CHÀULE8 8. WATKINS, Glenn'» Ferry, Idaho. any jc'2 STRAYED OR STOLEN. From Curt!»' hand, near Mountain Home, about bay horse about 0 years old, anoulfer. iths ago, two branded G C on right dollars for the delivery of ths horse to A. A. Curtis in Mountain Home. u ill pay TEN CHINA CJf MILKY. jt! A WARNING. My wife, Ida C. Smith, having left my \mi ami j IsHtrd without just cause or provocation on my part. 1 hereby- wain all person» from trusting her *'*• account, a» 1 will pay no biila contracted by her. fine Me ap seen on his CLARK x SMITH, mark. May 26, 1888. i furniture Store. : ! CALDWELL. IDAHO grown A. A. HOOVER, Dealer In by', have and Bed Room Sets, Parlor Sets,: Mattreases, VViudow Shades, etc. All kinds of Furniture in stock. Re pairing uf every description. ot the tx* >p?e of Mountain Homo died. Write to A. A. nooVER, Caldwell, Maho The }>atronag'j arwl vi* iuity »i'll*: niRj loiu2 j J. M. HAGAR y MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. —Dealer in— Call. city MERCHANDISE And Forwarding Merchant* wm or on Farm Machinery ! ALL KINDS UF FURS BOUGHT. flWit the Also healer» iu Lumber ANLI Shingles. fore T. A ■ Dealers in Gewl Merchandise. Wholesale Agents Lorillard and Pace's T 0 BACC 03 . Clark's 0 N T Thread. I all iu a U Bolao City and iYampa. All i-rder» will have our prompt and careful attention. Nathan Falk & Bro. j^THE BRUNSWICK ^ id : final I ' SALOON AND BILLIARD HALL MAIN ST: MOUNTAIN HOME,' IDAHO. Rikewine & Vanderjool, Proirietor Wi, ! b. uf Tlie best brands ot LIQUORS AMO CIGARS ALWAYS IN STOCK. —ALSO— "I CÏIOÏCJKiW'IÏŸES, J ! | It. of on «d nal i And MINERAL WATER. 011 , FIRST CLASS poOL AND BILLIARD TABLES ! You UU 88 a tient if you fail to call. two ; the i THE Mid Idaho j Stat 1 j 31, hun d»y» to as the 2324 CAPITAL "SALOON" MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO. W. D. DAVIS, Proprietor. The beat brand» of toe Fine , | j them | PHESli BEER AND MINERAL WATER AL the WAYS ON HAND. titquoirs Clffara I 1 the »aid Bul Oyster anil Lundi Counter All Kinds of Lunches Proni|»tly Furnished to Order. tlmore Saloon. 2 Y BILLIARD HALL. Adjoining the Elmore House, Mountain Home Idaho. May white; _ -a«.». J. O* tAOAIM* j Proprietor I NEATEST SALOON IN TOWN. to BEST LIQUORS AND CIGARS Carl Up m aim'd Célébrât eel BOQUET CIGARS. I : ! A Nice, Comfortable, Commodious and Convenient Club Room Attached. about old, Curtis TEN F.i Y-a.Your patronage is respectfully solicited, ud courteous treatment toward all. J. C. EAGAN, Prow. ami j fRI. ▼ rfM AA part. ^ JU À te v'U A fllClVV Adjoining the Elmore House! I ! , Proprietor. A. J. BRUCE, i : All Kind of Good Liq uors ! Keywsst Cigars, I i : I Sets,: —A Good Stock of— niSTE WHISKEYS, -GUCKEN HEIM ER RYE WHISKEY Re , Homo Specialty. M*K cryfhing Givt nv ! 1 . *-lrt : DR. WM. P. SMITH, Physician AMD SuBQBOV, ■BSWE '•* . w.-' r> Moaatala Hwm, UUo. . Call. («ompUy «U whM to,SayaraMA hWI - city and country. D.W.FIQQINS. M.D Physician and Suaqiov, HAILEY, IDAHO I practica wherever called within AHuraaaNBta the line ol the Oiapou Short Liaa Belli imd wm or on QEO. W- BRI2EE. Attorney At Law, ROCKY ÖAB, IDAHO. Practira Itt all court*. Certificate off MfolMÉOft flWit lu the l«and Office at Halley In aocordaMt wfltb the rejrulatioua of the Qenontl Und Office. ATTORNEYS AT LAW f HAILEY, IDAHO. Practice In nil the Court« ol the Tetll t OTT aai te fore tho U. S. Land Office. a! sonn vrtjiA. r. a. EN.inM, ENSIGN A STULL. Attokneyb and Coursrlors At LaW ( MOUNTAIN HOME ANB HAILEY, ISAM. m L VINEYARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO.* O. M. P A. Y N M. Notary Pt BLfc, Real Estât» „ Aoent and Conveyanccb, MOUNTAIN HOME,. IDAHO. O. Xj. WALL; Justice op the Peace and NotabT Public, MOUNTAIN HOME, IDA»». A «pedalty of collections and mteters bsffwe Dm U nited States Land Office. C. B. BKAW, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE f MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Collections promptly attended to. A. 2SÆ. SINNOTT, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, GLENN'S FEKRY, IDAHO. AH kinds of lc^al documents carefully drawn op« AL. SMITH & SON, Photographers, ' MOUNTAIN HOME. f^.Oood 'picture« on «hört notlo«. guaranteed. Call at Gallary adjoining Hobt Brown'S on North Canyon «treet. JAMES EDWARDS & CO. STOCK BROKERS, Room 2« Gay Building, Third aad Pino ata. ST. LOUIS, MO. Mupicipal Honda, Uiacellaneoua Sa em Wta aad dolSpdlf Mining Stock«. E. J. MARVIN, , BOOT AND BHOEMAKKIt, Range and Valley old buildlogi Mountain Home, Idaho. Repairing neatly done and prompt!/ attended to. n36 Z. N. HUNGERFOEIVS (NEW BARN,) LIVERY, FEED & BALE STABLE. Fin« Turnout, and Low Frioaa BARBER SHOP —AND— BATH ROOM8. ! have ju«t completed and have In running Offer * NICE, CLEAN bath room«, attached to my Barter Shop. No excuee now for going dirty Mid gtettatf I «ick. For a clean, comfortable «have or a good hot bath 1 call at my »hop, between Rikewina at Vaodarpool't saloon und Burn's meat market W. E. BNOWJRAS8. •i-i MOUNTAIN HOME DKU 6 STORiR Mrs. J. Bearby, M. D.. Prop. aariToKripUon. < mfully prapatai. A full Una of Unis*, and Chamlclaa always la stock. Toilet Article», Candie», Nuis, «ot, lor tha tnllUoa S. J. FRIEDMAN, IDAHO. HAILEY, Dealer in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I : Gents' Furnishing Goods, Carpet«» ! Oilcloth, etc. Gloves, Laces, etc. Orders by mail promptly at and F.i tended to. Mountain Home Lodge, No- 10. I O O F . Regular meeting« at Odd Fellows' Hall every Set» ' evening at 8 o'clock. Sojourning w "** ' invited to at urday evening at ö ociock iu good standing are cordial!v invited GEO. M. PAYNE, H. a tend. G L. Alley, Secretary.! Guiding Star Lodge« No- 4» D of R I Regular meetings of Guiding Star Lodge, No. 4» Daughters of Rebekoh, held every second and foartll Friday evenings of each month. Visiting ■«Bite— ! in good standing alwats welcomed. J. H. MILLER, V. a Mm. G. L. Crandall, Secretary. ! of Invention. Thou, who on la Mid of profitable work tbat can ba done whlls I Urine at Imine rh.-uld at onoo ««id ttadr addmaa to Bailee A Co., Portland, Main., and rtodi, (na. tail i Information how either mv, at all ana, mb awns : from *3 to »Si per -lav and upward! whanrar Ita I live. Yon are rtarted free. .Capital not requires Some have uia-ic uv er »60 In a tafle day at tlüa «Mu All auccettt . ill Mar. 16. 1888, ly. ftTQ. M. Payne, Notary Publio» f.