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G. M. PAYNE, .... Km Ton AID I'Ai.riuKTOR Saturday Morning, Ji ly 28, 1888. KXCL.CDKI) FROM "Ol'll SET.' There is a section of Washington City BocMilv, the stornly exclusive «I, which '»ff«*. to regard with di»- '.' j . , . e iH dam and aims to keep at a distance the new people whom the fortunes , of political war are constantly send ing to the front there. These te verely select people assume the «A- j titude toward the mixed official L 1 ciety of the Capital which the veille noblesse" in France assumed toward the Second Empire crowd. __ „ ,, , „ , Home years ago an old dame of the ! „ . . . 6 , Jt J exclusive set was heard to say that ; she would not receive Gen. Grant i into her house. When Mrs. Cleveland became tlie ' rage, however, the "selects" in d time thawed out and smiled up her, and in consideration of hbr j beauty and brightness and general j refinement they consented to ov look her "accidency" and newness ! and accept her as one of themselves Of late, however, it is said, the lects" have come to regret the ir I generous treatment of the young woman, and it is probable will drop drop her. The trouble, it seen s, j arises from Mrs. Cleveland's eon-1 tinuing to receive as her guest and to treat as an intimate one Miss Katharine Willard, a beautiful girl, j who possesses a voice of wonderful ; sweetness, and who was a school -1 mate of the mistress of the White House. When Miss Willard firlit j went to Washington last wiuter as ! the guest of Mrs. Cleveland she ! was received with wide-open arms by society of all grades. Along tu- j ward spring society was shocked Hy the announcement that Miss Wjl- ! lard had accepted a position as i Btructress in a local young ladies' j school. Of course, society people said, they would be compelled to j cease to know her, although it ; would cost them no little regret, ahe was such a dear sweet girl; a of course they thought Mrs. Clevb- ; land would also cease to receive Miss Willard. But to their dismn Mrs. Cleveland continues to ass le ! »n T 1- I aR lid ' ! i V ! > ciate with Miss Willard just as if the latter were not a working gill, ; It has been a fearfully trying or deal for the exclusiveness, but it Is j said they have set their faces as firmly as is consistent with goed form, and resolved that they owe it . J to their sacred exclusiveness, conje ; what may, to drop Mrs. Cleveland ! ; i and actually has her now aB a gue at Oak View. as well as her working-girl friend. ONLY SKVKX TICKETS. There are now seven presidenti. tickets in the field, and the number will probably be increased to te as the American party has not y nominated, and Gen. Bon. Butler has not yet proclaimed himself n the field. The nominees of the re spective parties are: Democratic Party—For President, ' Grover Cleveland of New York; Vite President, Allen G. Thurman of Ohio. Republican Party Benjamin Harrison of Indiana;Vice President, Levi P. Morton of Ne v York. Prohibition Party—President. Ç. B. Fiske of New Jersoy; Vice Pres ident, J. A. Brooks of Missouri. Union Labor Party—President, : A. J. Streeter of Illinois; Vice Pres ident, C. E. Cunningham, of Ark ansas. United Labor Party—Prcsiden Robt. H. Cowdrey of Illinois; Vice President. W. li. T. Wakefield, elf Kansas. Industrial Reform Party, Presi dent, Albert B. Redstone of Cali fornia; Vice President, John Colvi t of Kansas. Woman Suffragists— Presiden * President. . Belva A. Lockwood of Washington; Vico President, Alfred H. Love of Penniylvania. Full accounts are given by the London Times of the phonographs sent by Edison to London. Thu reproduction of words and the tone of a voice is so clear and true thai even a child 7 years old recognized a voice, that of Rev. Dr. Powers, which be had not heard since two years aga Powers had spoken intc the instrument. A poem, numer ous musical pieces played on a piano forte, comet and other instrumentsl solos and duets were among the communications sent and vocally success of the instrument, was writ-1 ten out from a phonographic repe-| tition of the voice which had ut-| tered it. I#h w#ik 4oihp at this c*Ace. SIGNIFICANT. The following interesting item is taken from the St. Louis Post -Dis who organized and patch : "The men controlled the Chicago Republican National Convention were earning big salai ies from interests of which the public mind is reasonably jeal I'h.-v ]%.. » l«Ä.I '.' f v *.jj" Vr.n.U-rV.ilt corporation., iH naici to receive salaries aggregat ing *100,000 a year, while the own , ers of those properties are spending their surplus incomes in Europe, The salary of Temporary Chairman j J hu . r f f to ?' ««attorney forth« Union 1 ?18 ° ^ ' nent Chairman F.stee draws a sal ary of $10,000 a year from the Con tral Pacific, and that same corpor ation P"}'« ^-'>,000 a year to Creed Haymond, who was at the head of ! .l . , , ,■ . , the Lalifornia delegation to work ; Estee, the Blaine Loom and the con i vention in the interest of the cor porations that are trying to beat the ' £' , y? r " ,nc 1 ,, . t P"* of ' ,nore ? hltn 1000,000 winch they owe it. j j ! I j j ; -1 j ! ! j ! j j ; ; ! IN MEMORIAM. BY MAItV M. VEKN, Elmyr* rents In drcuink-HH sleep. The Holcmti bell has toll'd, The little form for w> irh we weep All »Rent in the earth lies deep, The warm heart '» »till and cold. Her lip*, once flushed, are pale and still, tier checks have lost the rose, Her once hriuht eyes that flushed her will Are faded now, mid will be till The trumpet wtikes How sad that Howe-s of fairest bloom B> early host* mud full, And withering in the silent tomb Leave behind a deathless gloom— A dauth-shade over all. Come hither, heedless, thoughtless clay, Gaxe on this new du* grave. Time'»» restless tide tho Ah! And lie in kthe's eaimt not stay. hou, ton, must pass away Ye do not know the day When death wilt ditim his hour Nor can-t resist his Withering power, When round the soul the night »hudea low« How will y< then atone? Dear departed, early pale, O, who would break thy rest? fate we should bewail, It is in ve-sela frail, On life s dark While thou art anchored fast. î, in death more dear, I Farewell, loved We, too, shall sleep tiil then, We must be content to shed the tear, The only hope •'The hope to meet a^ain." Mountain Home, July 11. 1 «8S. hearts to cheer, Ths forfeiture bill which recently ' P HMe d the House of Representative« ! restores all lands not earned within the specified lime, and would include | i all the Northern Pacifie grant from V ! tlie Missouri river to Puget Sound. This same hill, in suhstanee, passed the (Luise before, blit not I e Senate, nor will it now. Tliose faithful Re-: > if publican agents of the companies will stand by their masters even in a pres idential year, when regard for their ; party's weliurn should iutluee them to make some pretense of honesty, Is j Odd Fellow. Read. The most reliable, eheupest and it m.T wtuld \a that of the Covenant Ml ; tual Benefit Association, of UM. s burg, Illinois. Losses paid up to May ! 15. 1888, $2,059,448.2». Total assets, ! $:il5,ooo. Pi, licit, issued from $625 to $5.000. For particulars iuqiiite of ; of G. M. Payne, agent, Mountain i Home. Dr. W. F. Smith examining physician. ' n re ' of v Ç. : elf t * Nathan Falk & Bro. Dealers in Wholesale Agents I LoriUard and Pace's TOBACCOS. Clark's 0 N T Thrsad. . Boise City aud .Xami* a.. f^"AU orders will have our prompt and careful attention. of Nathan Falk & Bro. J. M. HAGAR Ï MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. ' —Dealer in— HElfcCJI AKDISB And Forwarding Merchant _ ALL KINDS OF FUliÿ LOUUIIT. I ; AUm D«.tU*riin Lumber ss " Shinarfes. TH Kl It OWN FAll.T. The Carson (Nt.-v.) Appeal snvs: Thk During the lust few weeks a good many outside carpenters, plasterers and bricklayers hu\e come into Carson from other points and have begun a lively competition with the resident artisans. The outsiders . . . .... ., wh„ o.uno I*» ,a,,l they w.mld "«* h«™ the city was already ho well sup plied, hut as they are here they pru pose to stay and trv to get work on' the publie buildings. One of these outside men was in the office yes day and he put the ease in a very; word8 ' mvh " Wc over the Carson papers, and seeing | no advertisements of carpenters, plasterers or bricklayers, concluded that there and . , , ,, , with us that Carson would be a pood place to go. for a new town I never go where I pee the advertising cards of men in tl,<> Imsincsa with me. If 1 don't see their business announce ments 1 conclude they are not there, j and act accordingly.'' were none in the city, | . so decided when work was slack When I strike New Millinery, Helfrieh i Miller opened lip y ester day as tine a line of millinery goods as t can bo found in any town in the Ter I ritory, consisting of hat frames and ! trimmings, and ; ou can find there any thing from a hack-aboul. Maud Midler . to the most elaborate styles. ('«11 in and select the sIi«|m; and then the trimmings, and trim it to your own taste. march 2d Fashionable Dressmaking. Mrs. 8. .1. Pattee, who has recently arrived from the East, would he pleased to receive the patronage of the ladies of Mountain Home and vicinity. Money to Loan On throe to five year's mortgages on good agricultural land after final proof Lem mon & Hoone, Insurance, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Hailey, Idaho. I is made. ap20 New Millinery Stove. Miss Anna Battier has removed her Millinery and Fancy Notion Store to the new building next door to Hel f'ieh dr Miller's store, where she will he pleased to see all her old customers and also many new ones. ®^Thc National Hor^e Liniment tunt« tlicm all, try it. At Dr. Uuurby't drug «tore. ilTGet your property insured against tire. J. M. Hagar is agent for | Hie Pneonix and the Home—two solid eonipanies. WKRillT & GOMES, Pkoirietoks. - v. , E ''" Y1,n * 0 Meals at all Hours, on European plan., s- ' Open (lav and niijlit. ! ,, T n " , , I* resit Oysters, e\ orv style, of resit Fisll for Frirlnv t t . ' ' , ' Choice California fruits always on hand. XâT'Aliio (ruob bitorl, l'ica ami Oak«». FIIKI». WRIGHT, MAN OKI. (.UM KS. —and— BAKERY. Mountain Home,: : Idaho. sale every r23 h wise mm «ought tho SpionaiJ HIGH ARM ME SiSfiEB 6EWJNC RRAGHïNE BECAUSE. IT WAS YHB BEST, I I HOW THEY Ml W«NT IT For it doe« auch beautiful work* Sample (fiachîno aï Factory P/ls«« EYEHT HACEIEB WAHSiSTÎD IXI5 TEARS. Uenls WM n UnoccGBici Territory. JUKI IÂHOFACÏÜEM CO, _BâLVIPERE, ILL. _ Dissolution o( Cojiartnsrsiiip. L« (Ht i Ko Ï Notie« 1« hereby gi\rn that the copartncr*hi| il A Blacanîa 1 ' " <Jr»ve, Idaho, wu (hit , W H. Ida. km i K «' Krig'.anm t ntiou ' be the firm name of Krigbut mercantile !» lainva» at 1* day uis.H'dve.1 b> mutual retiring from the firm fli; ing the husine-K R. C Krig»»a ontia* U;.i 0\ th« lat», fi ; ex is in^ r be ta ff» the n Tb* ! all debt, • i will -■»fleet all billj di ivrigbauin Si BUckui. Datei at line (irove, id&fio, Jur.« IS, Ih&s. r. c. Kltltiti VI M. w If BLACKMAN*. qu ■ In the Fruhato Court Oi A1 diras County, Mi.Id r l «ri itorv. of iiv >rge K .Nettie, In »he •er of th* V Dec 1. I Ord*. r of > ordern •île. d Puhflf Notice edit'.; »ti *n M, li i Hi ih Of ! ■ U I claims ; v. ith th I d hit I ,t tli her* to the L • •hill t.H mm . . i ed ii.Atiou vt thi i»> publication in tl !.. aft :.iU the I • i. tic *t M L 1! Bui ; u week 1 >r fi felt eek». K. B J.KHVoN Dr *i; , j ; i L-H.J in I.'hU <J Jef» A. I*. IIOTALIXG tfc CO., San Francisco. Thk A T. HOTALINO CO., Peril« n<l, Or. The A. P. HOTALINO CO.. He«tile, w. r. Tiik A. 1*. HOTAL1NG CO., H|iokane Fulls, W. T. The A. P. Hotciling Co, WHOLESALE L1QU0B DIALERS BOISE CITY, IDAHO. | a I in 1 j Sole Agents T. H. CUTTER WHISKY | . G0M1EBCIÂL HOTEL as t ©AIcBYOSI ik 9 IDAHO » I ! . in the '"'"illCP RSSUniillg Control MRS. M. COLLMS, Pro'r. of tliis elegant O. S. L. Railway Hotel at Caldwell, Mrs. Collins 1ms caused it to be remodeled, renovated and refurnished throughout, making it FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. OVER 40 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS gJ^rConmiodious Sample Rooms for commercial travelers. on DR. HORNE'S 61 l|||l Electro-Magnetic Belts ! I jOfoj her to will The Grandest Triumph ol Electric Science— Scientific * ad# ,nd Poetically Applied. ^ iedi siits. DISEASES CUBED WITHOUT MEDICKES. Gentlemen's Belt with Electric Stupe ■ lAf II I OIIDP vnvi IVnv«* you Pnlnn In the flack, nip«, llrud or Ljuba, wwllofco yUllta T vU Nervous Debility, lumbago, Bencrul lhbliKr, Khen lam. Parulrilu, >«ural«r1u, PciutU-a, iMneunen of KWiuy. httlna! DImhm*«, Tornld Liver. Uniat, Kxbaontlow. I.mlnstnns, AslNmn, Heart lM?:*n*e, Byspepelu, ConstluHtlon, r.ryMjrchtn, InJIcentiow, Wesknrna, lm potency, C atarrh, IMlr.. Kpllepay. Dumli A*ue, UUbcies, llidrooolo. î?e:; T .r7.°îtiY rt n^h-^rrA» c rr, WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. TBCT|fiflA|||A| C one penuino and lined l»y permission. 1IOTE the following who hwo Ber n I M I IWUnlflLw CI-UF.li »— A. J. HuaglAiul, H. R. i'arkt'r and J. M. Haolutt,nil on Bunrtl of Trad", he (Treat hontmnan: Col. Com MUk, Kankakt'«.111.: Ju.Ik^ work*. South Bond. Iiul ; Hoot. K. Huinp^oii. Cnicoffo •• \our lx It has aceoiuplluto-ii what no other ronoidy i:»o« BoU. Hall, aiderai on, 160 Laut S4tli Street., New York— Or. HORNE'S ELECTRO KARHETIC KELT «ire; prcdmwja contlnuoua eurroot; oonvrva i lo«*tr!citv through tho bo ly on •at\n? a continuous current of c.'Actiioity ( 10 or IS hour*out of «4 > tlnouj;hoa>t the human ay-stem. y.«.n.l protluclnif anuv rlrculstJon of t ie life fort«*— the blood, lin licalLh, when r ll of her tn^ntment has f^UtxL The meHUa of thin nciea IT Every one genuine ---Ci:«EDi-A. J. Hoagl....-, .« ___ Chicago: A. Orsjfoi v, conuntjtHou inerchaut.Slock Varda; HuddDoblr.t of tbo inttr Ortnn-, G. W. Hrllus, M. D., Monuuittowr, Towr ; L**mufl Murray, Naperville, 111.• E. I.. A»»bott. smut. < irv wn postomoe; L P. McMiehMl. M I».. PufTalo, N. Y.—•• utoadr nerve» and oojnfc . taLle sleep at night." : and thoiiNanda of ether*. •II *: for î Murra - tho nerve*. It by gi n allaying all ncrvou.^n©H*i I* imi ting v|«ror. utnmrth, en» rg-v and hfle B*it arv .a* roroffuUfsd . n l u ItLFERENCKS —Any bank. San Francisco aud Chicago, c V Soud sta UH. W. «7* • UOlUtU, ilofel . -.11» ham it h •ured. !. J In Ohicaffo; wbcluaaJe g** til-.istrata! j.ar.iDhl» t. Uinuf'o.turur, i hi Vi uLnsh Avcauw €blou#a> i.iVODtCi U tnp RUPTURE DR» K0R?3='S ELEOTRO-Mof^ETiG BELT-TRUSS, Jkl TO HORSE MEN. The English Shire and Thoroughbred S TALLION WALLACE! Will »tarnt for service during the set JOHN .MITCI1KL1/8 Lit on of 1 -S 8 , at I Burn. Mountain ll.'m,, Ida!;, WALLACE is 4 } dark dujiplo Ray w hands high n style ami act old the 8th of May; i* ith bl.i'k l weighing '80U pt> tKiint», stumlin* 17.J «la, poHSeaafng fine &.GF' Terms—$ 25.00 to insure mare with foul ; $1:0.00 for m*hsod. All poQ«ih!e cart* will hi- t: Kin to p but will not be reuiwiiaible »houId «t i cident'., it W M. M. CARI'KNTER. l'ropriitor. "P C. W. EURNS, PRolKIoTOR Tlie Meat Market fc MOl*NTAIN HOME, IDAHO. on hand a good «upply of Beef, Mutton, Pork, etc. Fisii h ut i Game in S<ui8on. HALLIDAY WIND-MILLS. —AND— STANDARD MAKES OF RUMPS —AT— LIVING PRICES: Writ« for mte.t »ml terms. J. K. LOVELACE, Glenn's Kerry, Ithiho. Notice of Forfeiture. Aihn, hi* heirs >uoi<ns: hereby notified that i bundle 1 dollar« in labor and iinprot IDAHO e expended two «nu» on the r;'s S/r Sä L« de mining î laiin, »i f ua<td un Atlanta IliJI, in Mid is Mining District, Alt , a» nquii t*d li.v >f th t nited that«», being th te h.r « •*ing 1 uropo (Ht- Hr-i Idaho i H'd Mat i ;.îiu »4 ». ' required i respect it ciy ending !>• at h f. 3i. ; half, nn.l if within ÜO days ' hy pubiieatioii you fail or rcfiiae to proportion of su h « i*cre«i In »aid daim w ill iKtcoine fhe property of the »ubtwribcr n.tder »aid section -32* Ko .ed Matute» of tlie United .SUt«-. yi i.f the uditiir : DAVID CLINK Fu nuhli-'utlnn Ji e 1 », ! 3 mS. |ni. T Rewarded art' i.ho»c Who read tlii» and tbtn ad; they will find huuora that will not take* from their h- me- und lamii.es. rc large un i »tire for every industrious h.tve uia.Je and are not* making onth. It li easy for u day, Mho U willing tf, capital not need«-!, *e | tnv. .No auL->.*ial ability re i well tig a for full particulars, win h v.« ., I'orUund, Maine. III. » If nnloy ti Tb*- prom cveral ti doll: ink«, iô un i upward» j rk. Lithtr younu o . i thing *. y* t • U8 ut on : A dd I an *'n it ; qu i. i ■ m! fiea. Mar. Li. 1 ». ly. Fresh SVlilk. I i*m prepare! t<> furniah f»t»re fru»;h n Mk to :t ,A MouutAiii Home -duli> ..W licket« l or «ole - du\. twk M, l»e paid lor 4 up.** A. STRAYED 03 STOLEN. i y oin U'urii*. f*i Dioutlw : !•- . G G id. Mt uiiinm Do iNtuL ! af.out ra old, j V I OurUt Should Uht iii , '1 . '•! I f» ' HINA CHARLKV. ^usSang Liniment I Mexican MnmrA'«» Livisicktcuith I'xui», Old OOULK, C'AJtfc.- fla;^,T£J, UvMMMArins E™ % s M I L-V \S. r A LLi à xSH y m Cm V. E ■ u c fiS BRXni r, : i -? 8 Hi hi j feg"! k 31 CGC U /> /Wé /Jowl'S f< /s®>y : S li Ù&& ■ s n r. s«' . ■ Man Î — :«W( «ä m é J W a I J a i bJ0i a •m, m \ < I « S3 §a mn i i w Li. •XI Alt x, TttJ4opno A v f*UOfr *J.\i k'io+i.>vj K j a xKXKi»ri vvxaaxi ^3Uf]»n Sueisn^ Leonard House. Gunn'» Ferry, daho. MBS. M. E. LEONAKD, Prop'r. Good Beds, and Plenty of Them. Good Meals and fair treatment. [DAY BOAIID, $G l'LTv WEEK. EUNH HOUSE —<Nkw Brick Hotel)— Corner Alt nr a» St. Æ Atlant« Ato, MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO. BY MP8. MAMIE GRAY and MISS CARRIE JOHNSON. I This Ilulel, having been just renovated and newly furnished throughout, embraces every feature of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL ! lias large, and well ventilated Sleeping Rooms ; also large and well-lighted Sample Rooms for Commercial travelers. The Dining Room is first class in every appointment. Ask for Clerk of the Elmore when arriv ing at the depot He If rich & Miller, i - DEALERS IN General Merchandise. i MITCHELL WAGON DEPOT. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, Don; Steel» Nalls» Hoi*so Shoes. Carpets, Wall Paper. Groceries and Dry Goods. All Orders Entrusted to our Care will be Promptly Attended to This Space is Reserved for P. G. KRIGBAUM, PINE GROVE, IDAHO. § ♦ ♦t CALDWELL. BOISE CITY. MTiolaialu am! Ketsil Detlen* in Schüttler and lUloline Wagons, Tho Faznoim Tubular Axle Wakens Buckeye and McCormick harvesting machinery, Royal self-dump rakes, buggies and spring wagons, buck boards, Hardware, Iron and steel, Groceries, Boots and shoes, Furnishing goods, the cel ebrated Charter Oak stoves and ranges, John Deere Moline plows, barbed and plain fence wire, Tinware, etc. order« solicited. F . R. COFFIN & BRO. CALDWELL. nl BOISE CITY. W. B. SPARKMAN, Northwestern Manager aud Traveling Salesman for rail V TK i ä a. »V 'SjSjti lVJ ESTY & CAMP, the Reliable PIANO and ORGAN Manufacturers. Instruments sold at lowest figures and on easy terms Address, W. B. Sparkman, Butte, Montana.' JOHN MITCHELL'S Livery and Feed Stable, AND CITY IIAY SCALES, MOUNTAIN HOME, • I&AIIO C.jinUntl) in Road ine BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST-CLASS SADDLE RIGGS. Biiggy team, Ça per day. Saddle horse, $2.50 per day. Horses fed by day, week or month. Having purchased the above propsrtj' of Gt-o W, Eth«H. 1 solicit tlie friend« asd tlio public gvm-rslly patronage of JotIK MlTPUfcLL.