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«. M. FATNE,-Earns 8atu*dat Moaning, Aug. 4,1888. ID IRON-CLiAD OATH. Under the registration law passed hy the Idaho Legislature at its last session, the Registrars in the several precints are required by law to open their books on the 15th day of Au gust. The Registrar must, before he registers any applicant, require him to take and subscribe to the oath, known as the "Elector Oath," which is as follows: I do swear (or affirm( that I a male citizen of the United States and of the age of twenty-one (21) years, (or will be the —day of ■ 18—, naming date of next succeeding election), that I have (or will have) actually resided in this Territory for four (4) months, and in this county for thirty (30) days next preceding the day of the next ensuing election; (in case of any election requiring a different time of residence, so make it) that I have never been convicted of trea son, felony or bribery; that I am not registered, or entitled to vote, at any other place in this Territory, and I do further swear that I ain not a bigamist or polygamist; that I am not a member of any order, organi sation or association which teaches, advises, counsels or encourages its members, devotees, or any other person to commit polygamy or any crime defined by law, as a duty arising or resulting from member ship in such order, organization association which practices bigamy or polygamy, or plural or celestial marriages as a doctrinal rite of such organization; that I do not, and will not, publicly or privately, or in any manner whatever teach, advise, counsel or encourage any person to commit the crime of bigamy or po lygamy, or any other enme defined by law either as a religious duty otherwise; that I do regard the con stitution of the United States, and the laws of the Territory, as inter preted by the courts, as the su preme law of the land, the teach ings of any order, organization association to the contrary notwith standing (when made before a judge of Election, add : "And I have not previously voted at this election,'') so help me God. am or or arrear- j ages, or the publisher may continue to send 1 it until the payment is j made, and collect the whole amount, whether it be taken from the office ! or not. There can be no legal dis continu..» until the p.ymcn, i. made. the publisher continues to send it, j the subscriber is bound to pay for -. -, . . , .. . , , 1 • ' it if he takes it out of the office, The law proceeds upon the ground that a man must pay for what he * or 1NFORMATION FOIi P. M., PUB LISHER AND SUBSCRIBER. A postmaster is required to give notice by letter or postal card (re turning a paper does not answer the law) when a subscriber does not tale his paper from the office, and state the reason for its not being taken, and a neglect to do so makes the postmaster responsible to the publisher for the payment. Any person who takes a paper from the postoffice, whether directed to his name or another, or whether he has subscribed or not, is respon sible for the pay. If a person orders his paper dis continued, he must pay all If the subscriber orders his to be stopped at a certain time, and paper as Editor Bulletin :—Different per Bone at Mountain Home have written or self cial and of he est* are a i is for be and same the uses. The courts have decided that fusing to take newspapers and pe riodicals from the postoffice is prima freie evidence ôf itentional fraud. re A Letter That Explains Iuelf Boise City, Aug. 1,1888. here in regard to the requisite steps to organize a Post of the Grand Army in Mountain Home. Pleaee allow me to Mate, through your paper, that at leaat ten ex-Uniou soldiers are required to commence. AH pensons who would like to join such a Post should write to n>e r staling when they entered aud when they were discharged from the service, and to what branch of the service, compauy aud regiiueul they belonged. The memorial services, camp-fire« and insignia of the Grand Army constant impulse to patriotism, and I do not doubt that you will be glad to sea this Movement successful. Very truly yours, Chas, A. Clark, A. A. G. Fatkiotahle Urettmaking. Mrs. 8. J. Patte«, who has recently arrived from the East, would be pleased to raeeive the patronage of the ladies Home and vicinity. of Mountain 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Money to LOan Ob three to five year's mortgages oo S ood agricultural land after final proof I made. Lemmoe A Boone, Insurance, Real Estate aud Loan ▲gents, Hailey, Idaho. iE'fht your property insured against fire. J. M. Hagar is agent for the Paeoaix and the Home— two solid companies. ap20 tHI OOüSfï LUBCHBS. ■r MARY M TERM. IRs "*mFI |M sway" waive, snl howtlng, fall Far Halley la Saad rad tMr picnic | a o n, tad fame rad Julie, étau tear Umbm Bat paaelboa by Well pleased! tta beer barrala thoy helped 111 <1 par. An aaptj aaS dry. No «haa thoy haunt tba ratnahap at ... Will (tap Mila tta bright aullattar bars coined to last Au the of in the of that not any I a am its any to po su Sul, aal >ad dejectal, thepU Ina oo Um bar With faded non. Ear oak Ton and Dick la boro a d|ar, Tholr eym, saoa ao nop, on now dimmed with toon Tboii breath, once n frowsy. ill* much Ion of And their forma, one* ao plump, on woMod with faora. but beware, I toy. Ear coward, oad .nook, wham ao «Into aadaen An da'ila at hey. am CONSTITUTION MD IT-UWS -OF T1IE— ROCKY MOUNTAIN TRANSFER Ç09IPANY. Organised at Mountain Home, Idaho, «Inly 28, 1888. Section 1. The name of this com pany shall be "The Rocky Moun&in Transfer Company." Sec. 2. Its principal place of busi uee. Mountain Home, Alturas county, Idaho Territory. See. 3. Its officers shall he a Presi dent, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. DUTIES or OFFICERS. Bcc4. The President shall preaide at all meetings and shall have power to keep order, call special meetings, cast his vote in case of a tie, sign all order., check., and no order, checks, Ac., i. valid without .aid signature. Sec. 6. The Vice President shall pre side at all meetings in the absence of the President, and shall have the or same power in all matters as the President in his (the President's) absence. Sec. 6. The Secretary shall keep a record of all proceedings of this pany ; shall issue all checks, orders, and no order checks or anything lating to the finances of this company shall be valid without the signatuje of the President and secretary ; be shall serve notice on the members of this com or re company of all meetings, and be at all times subject to the orders of the Pres ident ; he shall keep a correct of all moneys and all the financial cerna of the company, and his books shall be open at all times to the ination of any of the members ; shall pay all moneys lo the treasurer and take his receipt for the same ; issue all orders on the treasurer; collect dues, and keep a correct account for each member, and such other business as the company from time to time, by a majority vote, shall order. Sec. 7. The Treasurer shall receive ell moneys from the Secretary, giving his receipt for the same ; pay out money only on the order of the President signed by the Secretary, and report the financial standing of the company every three months, and such other duties as this company shall from time to time order. Sec. 8. The regular meetings of this company shull be on the first Satur day of sacli month, and special meet ings shall be called by the president at any time at the request of auy five members. Sec. 9. Five members shall consti tute a quorum und uo business can be j transacted with a less number, but the members cun adjourn from time to j li,ne unlil a , l uoruln » present, Sec. 10. Th "Juhficàüons for mem ! h«r«hip in this coin puny shall be, timt ^ * resident and majori y vote of all members of this compuuy. Sec. 11. All members of this pany shall be at all times subject to j ll,e orders of the president, and shall ol *>' " ll orders, and for any infraction of the By-Laws shall be dealt with as the president shall de oide, endorsed by the vote of the * jany ' or account - con exum com com DUES. 8ec. 12. The monthly dues of the member« of thia company ihull be dollar per month, payable in advance, and all member* who shall be in arrear* for four month* shall be .sus pend! d, aud may be reinstated a* soon as his dues are paid, by a vote of two thirds of this company. Sec. 13. All moneys on hand in ex ceee of.the expenses of this company «hall constitute a fund for the relief of injured, sick or distressed members, j Sec. 14. All members of this pany who shall be injured iu any way, or shall become unable to support him self or family, shull have all the finan cial aid that this company cun give, and also sucli other help us can be giveu without injury to themselves. Sec. 15. '1 he president, in pursuance of his duties, shall have power to make contracts aud make trips to Rocky Bar, Atlanta Sud such other points he may think necessary for the inter est* ol the company, and lie shull have jKiwef to draw on the treasurer such sum* as the company shall by a vote allow, and if such sum is in excess or is not sufficient it shall be made returned to the tieusury. election of officers. 8ee. 16. AH officers shall be elected for the term of six months, and shall be elected on the first day of January and first day of July after the first election, and shall be installed the same day if present, if not, then at the next regular meeting. MENDERS. one _ COI1I AN up or 1. Amos Lee, 11, Eugene Keefer, 2. W. G. Harvey, 12. YV. T. Lynch, 3. H. Doreey, U. G. Hauu, 4. A. Wo*vis. 14. J.M. Thompson I 5. J. W. Harris, 15. I. llarp, 6. W. P. Kucker, 16. H. Job nson, 7. N.C.Anderson, 17. O. L. Wall, 8. I. Harmon, 18. Jos. Stuart, 9. J. E. Bulla way, 19. R. Daniels, 10. D. F. Doolin. [ I Afents MI 'G. M. Puynu, Notary Public. Odd Fellows Read. The _ most reliable, cheapest and safest life insurance company in the world 1s that of the Coven amt Me TiTAL Benefit Association, of Gales iburg, Illinois. Losses paid up to May 15,1888, $2,558,448.29. Total assets. $315,000. policies issued from $625 to $5,000. For particulars inquire of of G. M. Payne, agent, Mountain Home. Dr. W. F. Smith examining physician. Ntw Millinery Store. Mies Anna Barber has removed her Millinery and Fancy Notion Store to the new building next door to Hel frich A Miller's store, where she will be pleased to see all her old customers and also many new ones. Brlag Cash. All parties indebted to quested to come forward* iminediatelv and settle. Hereafter I will sell lumber for cash <>»•*• C. K. Shaw. Mountain Home, May 15, 1888. / Mean What I Say. You need not send away for gro ceries, hardware, glassware, crockery tinware, clothing, dry goods, canned goods, or auything else, as yon can buy cheaper at my store than else where. J. M. Haoar. me are re Nathan Falk & Bro. Dealers in Wholesale Agents Lorillard and Pace's TOBACCOS. Clari s ONT Thread. Bois« cstr anil Hanpa. 'All orders will have our prompt aud careful attention. Nathan Falk & Bro. 1. M. HAGAR V MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. —Dealer in— NBBCÏÏAN01S11 And Forwarding Merchant Farm Machinery ALL KINDS OF FURS BOUGHT. AI«« Datiert la Lumber AND Shin&rles. The Palace Restaurant -AND BAKERY. Mountain Home,: : Idaho. WRIGHT à GOMES, Proprietors. r.VKKYTlII.VU NEW. Meals at all Huun, on European plan. Open day and night. Fresh Oysters, every style. ZW " h resh Fish for sale Friday. Choice California fruits alw on hand. saroleo frooh Draal, Pioo end Cokra FREU. WRIGHT, mant el gomes. every, ! ays nrtS WISE WOMAN t»M Bplwndld * To JUNE lade SEWING HACHIHB ; f *"®*** — WW mnVniNH r.mt BCOAUBI IT WAS THC gm. ."'I" - "" I ta IHN« I 1 d*V. j drei J ftfter j Kevised Tlie r **, 1 hither j ,urt «ui I ttrile ! mail I Mar. THEY UL WANT R Far It Shi saoh traetUhl work. Sanplt Maebina at Factory Prisa. PUT IACIUE f AIUITED PCI 5 TIAJS, I G1ÏÎ Milk From ; two bnuHjetl .lulUrw m Wanted la Dcuccnpied Territory, MAHÜFACTDMß COL ■CLVIDEWC. ILL, )• A. P. HOTALING A CO., San Francisco. The A. P. HOTALING CO, The A. P. HOTALING CO., ' Portland, Or. Seattle W r The A. P. HOTALING CO., Spokane Falls, W. T. ' ' * The A. P. Hotaling Co, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Sole Agents T. H. CUTTER WHISKY COMMERCIAL HOTEL C AldB WUXiXi* : *. IDAHO. MRS. M a COLLINS, Pro'r. Since assuming control of this elegant O. S. L. Railway Hotel at Caldwell, Mrs. Collins has caused it to be remodeled, renovated and refurnished throughout, making it FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. OVER 40 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS Commodious Sample Rooms for commercial travelers. DR. HORNE'S Electro-Magnetic Belts ! The Grandest Triumph of Electric Seleeee SoleatiflcRll! Bade and Practically AwNed. t£SS ! DISEASES CORED WITHOUT MEDICIHES. mSB?. SemNille lÄÄäSSS WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. „ LS W&ÿJSHI'ïï SÄE? £ i'T.'r'S'r'ïnS Î' '*"■ Dr. HORNE'S ELECTRO MAGNETIC BELT | >n ^'<<»nskm-nrmit>i>fMiM. aS^jBÎBSSSSBg^^gSËSgea S5T8HS W0on. lt ha.**r.!L " "** TrarnffgfrdfflHtSBSSSSBiiagr: r—.r—* «•Mir mi« Sr tiul war If it alealr •*© RUPTURE ^yPB. HOME'» ELECTRD-MAQHmc BELT-TRUSS. TO HORSE MEN. The English Shire and Thoroughbred STALLION WALLACE will Mond ,„r service during the Muon of 1*88 .t JOHN MITCHELLS Livery Born, Mountain Home, ldoho. jr—ri Old oa the 6th of Mir; I* a ■Urh dopple Bor with block pointa, .Unding 17} iïyî« »Äctira W,l * hiDif 1000 Poux Je, poeeeeefug Une WALLACE le t iKHMt»—$25.00 to insuro mare season. with fual ; $20.00 for fHwtihle care will br taken to prevent accidente, ill not be responsible should any occur. WM. M. CAKFKNTKR. Proprietor. All but w apt? C. W. BURNS, -rK or a irren or— The Meat Market ^MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Ptwps on tukod a good aupply of Beef, Mutton, Pork, etc. Fish and Game in Season. HULIDtr WIUIUS. ! —AND— STANDARD MAKES OF PUMPS —AT— LIVING PRICES: ftT Writ« tor nU« and Unni. H J. K. LOVELACE, Glenn's Kerry, Idaho. * To Jour« A din, his htim or MBigns: SINfiER""""^^" K lade mining<kin, Ctu.lei on Alloata Hill, to Mid ; f ^ Ui-trict. Attune count, Idaho r.mt .ri, ». r.<(ulred hj^ 53-.'4 h.virai Mal ."'I" ï'i V.'" *' ,h * »»■'■""t ««uirai I ta hold the wile for euch year mpectivelv ee felloe..: IHN« ami 1 sn 7 , i. ting two \ bath enduig l*êcemb«r SI I 1 d*V. fhet votir t»iY>|K>rtion of the ■»me i* 00 « bun j drei fjolUrs, IhjIhx one-lmlf, »ml if within W0 day« J ftfter f ; UN »'wii- e by publication you fail «r rtfu»e to lontnbut# yn ur (*roportk»fi of euch expenditure m j co-owntr y"in in'ereet i.i said clmuu »ill become the propertv «be subscriber under seki eectiou 2 S 24 Kevised Statute* uf the United BUtei*. Notice of Forfeiture. OAVlp CLINK. Fiiat imbli-atiori Jun. S, |&8S. j-i m r Rswartftd thoM who rod this -fid Ihfcn at, they will ti„d l.oao«». t.le vinyl.iviaent that will uot take them from Uieir hi.ua« anti fwiniliel. Tlie profltt ure Urge ml nure for every 'inlu-triou. r **, n 1 have iiiatle ami art now uieking ...v.r.l uotlrai tlnlurM e luonih. it i. tray for any one to »»J niwmrd« |*r .Uy. who i. willing io work. hither Mx, young or old. tapital no* needed; we ,urt '. ou - tvervtiling new. Ao >|ievUI ebility re «ui red; you, reader, irai do it a. well u eny one. ttrile So tie at on.te for full jrati.-ulal», wbfeb we mail free. AddreM Stlnaon A Co., Fortland. Maine Mar. 1&, lese, |y. ' Fresh Milk. I iirvp«re.i to furni-di pu rv freeb u ilk le uy G1ÏÎ >lo nutx|n Hume- deliMsrud twiuu * iUy. Milk li.'kuta fur wdv—tu hu |uid tor in advance. A. JOSEPH. STRAYED OR STOLEN. From Curtin' Inuk i, near Moumats Moi» e, about two ujoutha »iro, on« buy horttw »bout b ytmn old. bnuHjetl CG on njfbf shoulder. 1 wil pavTKN .lulUrw for the deliver) of tl»a bora# to A. ITcuitis m Mont>taiii Huma. )• - CHINA ' HARLEY DAY c Mustang Liniment _**** r *» VtsYaro bmsKTrnrMPwi Ou.St.ass, Crasu Nazran. lenoaaiSra i \%li\ .t a 17} CO 3 1 1 ZZ Sä 2S ym w li P, Û w il ■j I %X Mg \m yjv% 3 i m B wsssjsssa? laeuiwn Sbbisbh Leonard House. Osnn'i Ftrry, «Imho. , 1 , m MRS. M. E. LEONARD, Trop'r. Good Beds, and Plenty of Tham. Good Meals and fair treatment. i DAY BOARD. $6 PER WEEK. r * p. c. mnun, DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Giant Powder, Miners' Supplies, Grain and Produce. Wholesale LIQUORS and CIGARS. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. PINE GROVE. IDAHO. ELMORE HOUSE I —(New Brick Hotel)— <foz»nep Altitvafl ft«. A Atlanta At«. MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.. BY MRS. MAMIE GRAY and MISS OARRIE JOHNSON. This Hotel, having been just renovated and newly furnished throughout, embraces every featuro of*a FIRST CLA^S HOTEL Has large, and well ventilated Sleeping Rooms ; also large and well-lighted The Dining Room is fiset class every appointment. Ask for Clerk of the Elmore when arriv ing at the depot Sample Rooms for Commercial travelers. in He If rich & Miller, - DEALERS IN General Merchandise. MITCHELL WAGON BUILDERS' HARDWARE, Iron* Steely Tfaiiti XIo?se Slioca» Carpets, Wall Paper. Groceries and Dry Goods. DEPOT. All Ordere EntrujteJ to Care will be Promptly Attended ear to. .... : > « 4 •f BOISE CITY. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Schüttler and Moline Wagons, tfamoti* Tabulai« Axle Waæe&s Buckeye and McCormick harvesting machinery, Koyal 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 aud ranges, John Deere Moline plows, barbed and plain fence ' Tinware, etc. wire, SFMail ordere eolicited. r- R - COFFIN & BRO. CALDWELL. al BOISE CITY. W. B. SPARKMAN, Northwestern Manager and Traveling Salesman for ■ I id -.'A. \ t mss« Ä1 « 1 - Sv« 2ifW m 12STY Sc CAMP, the Reliable , r , PIANO and ORGAN on JOHN MITCHELL'S Livery and Peed Stable, AND CITY HAY 8CALÏ8, RlfnnV Tr « us In Itoedin««^.»A*0 Buggy *5 per Horses fed by day, week Having purchased the shove property of ti«o W Fthdl m 5 frtrnde sod the public gtncrally. ' ' E,W ' MOL'NTXIN HOME,.... or month. 1 Bolicft the patronage of John ilircutu.