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of H. fore tbs name like that ipff R f v. ram, - - - - Bare boat Mowwnro, Aoo. 25,1888. WOOL «TILL ADVANCING. A Boston telegram of the 18th to the Tribune says: There was again a very active week in wool and the sales reported are the largest for any one week, amounting to over 8,900,000 pounds. The prices have advanced on some grades about one cent a pound and on all kinds of do mestic wool the market was very firm. The largest movement this week has been in the Territory wools with prices firm. On Montana grades the sales were principally made at 19 and 20 cents, with one choice lot selling at 25 cents. A number of dealers who had previ ously sold their stock of desirable wools, or the greater part of them, finding they, could not replenish th«e stocks in the countro, were oflbring higher prices to other deal ers here than they themselves sold similar wools for a few days ago. Prices have been advanced on about all grades that are meeting with any demand and there was a de gree of excitement in the market that has not been seen for some rime. ASPEHSET. The Carson (Nev.) Appeal has the following account of actual ex periment with this new forage plant: Early in the apring the writer planted some aaperset on his ranch, in four pounds on about acre. The apring rains followed in a few days but they had but a little effect, and not over a down planta came up. Afterwards more seed was se cured from Mr. Herman Spring meyer and planted alongside the first. Nearly all ef this cams up and presented a very healthy growth. The second batch had one light shower on it, and the whole was planted on dry, sandy soil, which was never irrigated. Recently the writer visited the first planting and was surprised to tnat nearly all had come up and some had grown so well that it had gone to seed. The plants were very vigorous and green and from one root twenty-five stalks were counted and some of these plants were covered with seed pods. Although the ground was per fectly dry the plants did not show the slightest sign of suffering from drouth, but were green and vigor. Alfalfa, which had been planted near the aaperset, had died out from lack of irrigation. Although some of the seed had been in over two months it had just gan to sprout, while other plants right alongside had become con putting half an OUS. be sidernbly matured. Nearly all had begun to stool heavily, and the roots were large and strong. A third batch planted later than any had started up without ever having any rain on it or artificial irrigation. The hot weather seems to have no effect whatever on the plant, and so far as can be at present deter mined, the new forage plant sus tains all the claims that have been made it ita behalf. The country editors, generally, are their own worst enemies; they are the pack-horses of the public, without even a thank you; their generosity receives the kicks cuffs of the public instead of its blessings. They have one comfort, however, and that is they will leave no estate for sharks to gobble up after they have paaeed to the "beau tiful beyond." The Lord will give them a front seat in the big church not made with hands, and will or der their delinquents on the bleach hoards that skirt the great and ing pavilion. Money to Loan On three to five year'* mortgage* on good agricultural land after final proof ia made. Lbmmon A Boons, Insurance, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Hailey, Idaho. ap20 Odd Fellows Read. The most reliable, cheapest and safest life insurance compauy in the world is that of tha Coven amt Mu tual Benefit Association, of Gales . burg, Illinois. Leases paid up to May 15,1888, 82,559,448.29. Total assets, 8315, 1 W0. Policies issued from 8825 For particulars inquire of Payne, agent, Mountain r. W. F. Smith examining ,0°Q. «I G. a. Home, p pbyaician. to 85 Rocky Bar Dr** More. Dr. F. 8. Wright has opened e drug store at Rocky Bar, and carries a fine line of drags, etc., also pure liquors and fine cigars. Everything usually kept in a drag store may be fonnd at this place, and Dr. Wright solicits tbs patronage of the public. Ftlhienabl* UrttimaMi»/. Mrs. 9. J. Fette*, who has recently arrived from tbs East, would ha pteaasd roMivB thejmtronsga of the ladies Mountain Home and vicinity. to V. AH psrtass^ttSSted qeaated tocorns forward immtd»tely H|||g I win -niuAter for CAE* °Mo««UioHom C ,MB>a5"Ä W - to ms are re JIM H AWL. KT NOMINATED. Th« Democratic Territorial Coo ▼entioo iMt in Bob« City Wednes day, and elected Nomen Junes of BlackfoOt chairman and J. L. Brown of Moscow secretary. Ron. James H. Hawley's name was placed be fore the convention for Delegate to Congress by Hon. Tom Cahalan, tbs eloquent. There being no other name presented Mr. Hawley was unanimously chosen to head the Democratic Territorial ticket. Hon. Fred Dubois will receive like honor from the Republicans at Hailey next Wednesday, which in dicates great popularity of both gentlemen with their respective po litical parties. We look for a hard fought battle between Jim and Fred, but predict that Hawley will win by a hand some vote. H* Pm Whea Ol Lo n WM« Ia Whan ■aw At SPRAGUE & GETZ. ARCHITECTS, Tha Contractors And Builders. Aa* Shall Tha Ah, MOUNTAIN BOMB, IDAHO. Saartalaa* The Palace Restaurant -AND a se up the to and had one per died had just con BAK E RY. Mountain Home,: : Idaho. WRIGHT A GOMES, Faoraisroas. xvxamiixa new. Meals at all Hour*, on European plan. Open day and night. Fresh Oysters, every style. tyFresh Fish for sale every Friday. Choice California fruits always on hand. AT Ala* tab Bra*. Has aad Cabas. rain warawr, MANUEL OOMSa mifl Leonard House. OHM'S fairy, dab*. MRS. M. E. LEONARD, Frop'r. Good Beds, and Plenty of Thsm. Good Meal* and fair treatment. DAY BOARD, 8« PER WEEK. ROOKY MOUNTAIN Transfer Company MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Organiced July 28,1888. Freighting of all kind done at the lowest living rates. Prompt delivery and good care guaranteed. For further information address. Rocky Fountain Transfer Cn., Mountain Home, Idaho. AMOS LEE, President. HENRY DORSEY, Sec'y. had than ever have and sus been al they their its leave up give or great NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Lara orne» „ Bon* Cm, loom, August IS, IMS. Katie* Is karaky gtvan that tka fullowfug-umsd sattlar kas Sled notice at hia intention te nka tust and proof lu support of hto claim, u* that laid proof will ho mod# bofoto tho Bagla Ur feat luesfrer at Solar City, Idaho, oa Monday, Hoptomhor «4, l(M, rts: Carter N. Edwards ft Olson's Tarry, Idaho, for tha SE 1-4 aw 1-t oad MW 14 BE 1-4 esc. Jt T 4 SB * fe£ and lot 3 ooc S T ft ■ K * R lowing witncaoas to proto his oootiauoua raaidsucs upon, *n>l cultiratlon of, sold land, rls: Cyras N. Bara., *1. Uan> R. Hums, 8. A. McAaulty, Samuel Black wall, all of Ulann.a Farr», Alturasco., Idaho, algpd MARLEN PEKLEY, Rag liter. H* tka ful NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Laaa Omcs at Bala* City, Idaho, August 1ft, ISMS. Motto* ia hsisVr *!»•" that tha fidtowiag named notka at hia int aa tlaa to umk* Saal aattlar has Had proof in support at his ctaim, aad that said Moot oil) k* nikdo before Sagiatar and Kaealrar at Baits ally, Idaho, an Mondai . September t4. ISM, ris: Cbortoo ulooa of Ulcou'a tarry, Idaho, far tha NE UKW MBKlITttRIE Ha aamas tha M towiag witnaaaas la prove tha comptai* imgattoa aad reclamation of sold toad, rto: Samual Blackwell, Cyrus H. Duma. Carlar N. Edwards, William R. Hunts, all ol Otoaa's Parry. Alluraa county, Idaho, algpd HAKI.EM PEPLET, lUgtota-. on proof Loan and the Mu Gales May assets, 8825 of NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Laaa Omca at Bous Cm, laaa*. August 1ft, 1SSS. following Natic* to hanky gir it 1er baa tied neue* uf hia iotenttoa to tusk* Saal proof in support at hto claim, ami that skid proof will ha mads baton the Kagi-tar aad Kaealrar at Ikdse City Idaho, on Tuesday. Saptambar U. 1444. »to: William R. Burn* of Clann'a Parry, Idaho, tor tho aw 14 aw l-t sac U oad SE 1-4 SE 1-4 asc It, T 4 8 ES E aad 1*4 4 aac 4 and lat 1 sac ft T ft 8 R 8 E. Ha ~n-tha following witnam to psora hia con tin fia: S A. McAnuity, Samual Stock »all. lurid Macy, Spur lia, all of Olsan's Pony, Alturaa 0W " W - maslen PEPLEV, iratoftm. aiSpd NOTICE FON PUBUCAT10N. Laaa Omca ai Balm City, Idaho, August 1ft, I*** toltouiug NoHfiS Is hanky given that tha drug fine liquors at tbs proof to support of hi* claim, and tha* mid proof will b* maSoMsn Bagtotar aa* Baeairar at Mm City, Idaho, oa T u e sd ay, saptambar J». law. *to: Cyrus H. Kura*, at Ulsua'a Party, Mob*, tor Ike Kt 1-4 SW 1-4 g WKW 1-4 aad la* ft. net TftSRtK. Ha moo tka falls »tout wi n ne r * to prav* hto cou tieuoua naldsoc* upon, and cultiratlon of. sold toad, rto: R. A- McAaulty, Samual Stock wall, ltovil Racy, Saajumia Sparlla. all at Utoaa'a Parry, AMuna MAKLER PEPLET. Bagtotar. ladies NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. U.S. Lapp Omis, Bate Utoy, Mohs, oa TooedJy. üv4«Bha» il. um, rto: Mart Y. Ptelpo, al Mouette Bomo- Atourm jr*»N5isw4Äu.Vts*** * lM fdiifVllC uHdMM (f ppDfi'D |ia gdeDrrd CAE* - l—Jÿ—IBS» re COLUMBIA. P. ST NAOMI WnrmLD PHELPS. *««te H* Ipwk IhJ m my IMI !r**-l Pm h th* SOS* that rué «sfr tol.nO* r*Us, Whea Bist Mf hor*y taaA by Nan boost, *11 hnseships sad oil trial, mst, th* uukaowo aa Ol la ealeb aaab favoring bra * a*. Lo n g WS* tka wavy way .'at kU l sw'stoata. Though aoa* bant his aaal au» kaaw aa Uaa WM« a y i Sw « usinas * tar thorn unknown tokds, Ia (Ira* nature's pan e gift- r aya... Tue Whan atm waary days sod slssp l sm night* Baaafca tha (la* Udlrgo. La! Ihata la tea* In eight! ■aw nasi that karaa'a heart with nflan be ra t* At length ha* ytal*a* lull man of spoil. than waaty *aya a» ML Tha Sam aril* irnraM a< «ha aaagalaa b ottl e. Maada ha aa graven la tha amklad stone. Aa* aa. Columbus, hoaara* ha thy aaaaa; Shall lira wh.ravar Columbia's aoaa an Ina, Tha lint, I ha higkaat la bsmastallty. Ah, euold thin* ay* tan Inca* tha caning yean. What glarloua reowupsase lur toils and faan n Columbia la hat gl«ry tin, ■are Unfurl bar kunnsr to tha Mua an-had akin, mud mistress of tha but*, quern of tha mala. Whan soaring aagle may not brook a chain. Blank mining location notice* for •Ale et tin* Bulletin office. Nathan Falk & Bro. Dealers in Wholesale Agents Lorillard and Pace's TOBACCOS. Clark's ONT Thraal Bols# City »I 'All order* will have our prompt and careful attention. Vath&n Falk A Bro. ). M. HAGER ! MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. at care —Dealer in— UBKOBAHDIM And Forwarding Merchant ALL KINDS OF FURS BOUGHT. al Ala* Daalsnla Lumber AND ShindM. tust proof at l(M, for SB N. Samuel •aught tho •wtonSIM HIGH ARM ful JUNE SINGER •■WIM# HACHINI ■EOAUfit IT WAR TNB named Saal Moot Baits ris: NE M R. Saal proof at 1444. tor It, T 8 E. tin MV TMET AU VAUT H Macy, Alturaa FarHdss* il FaalNyMMbl KfurucnavittARDniiTUB. i ipm vsMuiiwaiUTtRttn: JDH UMlCTDBDffi IS, proof Mm *to: Kt cou sold ltovil AMuna Furniture Store. CALDWELL. IDAHO IN tew Sit*, Pu)« sut. um, Mattresses, Window Shade*, etc. Atourm A. A. U 00 V ER, JiïSST, Sdîéd**WritTlâ .-w— A K hoove , ^ i*^ | of Fnrnitnre in stock. Re ng of every description. W. r. SMITH. M. D. P. B. ETHELL. ETHELL & SMITH, Qiunkts i Apothecaries. IDAHO. MOUNTAIN HOME. Pure Drugs mud Chemicals, Standard Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, etc. a*. UTPrescriptions carefully compounded day or night. A. P. HOTALINQ i CO., San Francisco. Tus A. P. HOTALING CO., Seattle, W. f. Tue A. P. HOTALING CO., Portland, Or. Tux A. P. HOTALING CO., Spoken* Fell«, W. T. The A. P. Hotaling Co, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Sole Agents T.H. CUTTER WHISKY for C6HMIICU1 HOTEL : IDAHO. OALDWBLL, MRS. M. OOLL1HS, Pro'r. Since assuming control of this elegant O. 8. L. Railway Hotel at Caldwell, Mrs. Collins has caused it to be remodeled, renovated and refurnished throughout, making it FIJIST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. OVER 40 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS Commodioua Sample Room* tor commercial traveler*. DR. HORNE'S ElKtro-MigMtic hits ! prompt ■No GwMnl TrkMfli ol Otrtris SstssMssNy Rsde sad PrssUssNy d g pUs d. HSUSES CUBED IU»UT KDKDB. 'VX&r.'luml at Nl* isp«. by Y< IT ! WHIN ALL KLM FAILS. it* w jg£ UTV • Panola* and used MMvaMSfiSkVM all «V T m la aay f kr kaB «SU CS aanM tCataeH* ■ IranaMat or MM aa %U wssry aq Ss-I TatoSuCK^ErSaek lha tody on «ha narre*. It surfs Sousa* fiSgM SIaga gtgssGas Hi—Any kMRSSMMNlfilMMMY tf «MRM MM I» .. ■ W ara- «mram. Mort BOTMUMETW ULT-Tlltt. TO HORSE MEN. The Englieh Shire and Thoroughbred STALLION WALLACE WUIatuilt*ta*rTta**u>tagth*a**a.ii of MS*, at JOHN MITCHELL'S Urary Bun, Mountain Hmbr, Idaho. WALLACE la 4 yaara old on the ftth of May: to a dark dapple Ray with Mack points, standing III bauds high and weighing 1800 pounds, posaaaafng In style and actio*. Tehmh —825.00 to insure mare with foal ; 820.00 for season. 1 pnaalMa son will ha taken to proront ooctdonto, will aol ko ra aptaoiMo ohould any occu r. WM. M. CARPENTER. All a**» C. W. BURNS. The Meat Market 'MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Steeps oa hand a good mt>piy of Beet Hutton, Pork, etc. Fish and Game in Season. HALUDAY WIND-MILLS. -AMD standard MAKES OF PUMPS —AT— UVINQ PRICKS: J. K. LOVELACE, Glenn's Ferry, Idaho. Notice of Foihhifi. Amp, hto bain or amlgaa: To Jt buu*nd dollan ia labor nod Impraraumala an tha IDAHO mining .lolm, aituolad as Atlaala HIU, la NU dla Bniac Mining District, Alturaa county, Idaho Tar iR . i «, aaraquirad by aactian 0X4 Raviaad Mot ■Us of tha United Stafsa, being the a m ount raoulrud to hdd tha aauie for each year respectively aa tallows: ISM and US7, being two vann ending Uaceinbar II. 1SS7; that tour proportion of tbs same to ou* hun dred dollars, being ana-half, and If within SO days after this nolle« by publication yoa full or refus* ta coatrihot* your proportion at suck opondlturaao co4wner y out interest in said claim will become the property of tha auhocribor under sold section SSS4 Raviaad Statuta**! tka L olled Mateo. (DAVID CLINK. Plr.t publinatlou J nu », 1448. p*. Job work done at '.hia effice. Mutin 1 à î If] Lii! W 3 I y ■M 3 1 tafwpn 2U»3«3SLi Helfrich & Miller, Ganerml Marchandise. MITCHELL WAQON DEPOT. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, lrea, Steel, Halls, Bmnü Mi IS Groceries and Dry Goods. AU Order* Kotiert«! te «er Cere will be Promptly AWoaded t*. P. C. KHCBiOM. Staple DEALER IN and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Giant Powder, ■inert' Supplies, Grain and Produce. Wholesale LIQUORS and CIGARS. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. PINE GROVE. IDAHO. ELMORE HOUSE I —(New Bbicx Hotel)— MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO. av MRS. MAMIK MAY and Mias OARRIB JOMNSOM. Tkia Hotel, haring bsen just renovated and nawly fnrniahad throughout, •■> brace* every feature of a Haa large, and well ventilated Sleeping Room* ; alao larga aad wall-lighted Sample Room* for Commercial traveler*. The Dining Room ia firat alaas in every appointment Aak for Clerk of the Elmore when arriv ing at tha depot *9 BOISE CITY. CALDWELL. Wkaleeale aad Retail Da.lari in SohatilsF «ad BSolftn« ns * 'P •ss Tsbslsp Asia Wats Buckeye and McCormick harvesting .machinery, Roy self-dump rakes, buggies and spring wagons, buck boards, Hardware, Iron and steel, Groceries, Boote and shoes, Furnishing goods, the cel ebrated Charter Oak stoves and ranges, John Deere Moline plows, barbed and plain fence wire, Tinware, etc. mm yal SWMeil erden solicitai!. F. R. ÇOFFIN êL BRO. BOISE CITY. al CALDWELL. W. B. SPARKMAN, Northwestern Manager and Traveling Salesman for E8TT&OAMP,the RnUtbla PIANO sad ORGAN Manufacturers. Instruments sold at lowest figures and on easy terms Address, W. B. Sparkman, Butte, Montana. 1 JOHN MITOHKLL'S Livery and Feed Stable, AND CITY HAY SCALES, MOUNTAIN BOMB, INABO SSTKaop* O rastootly la Im d loam-WB BUQOY TEAMS * PIRST-OLAM SADDLE RIODE. Buggy team, $6 per day. Saddle bone, $2.60 per day. Horses fed by day , week or month. Having pereboaed tho khnv* property of Oto. W. Ethall, 1 eeliett fit* pstrtmogo ti JonN Mitchell. my friend* sad the public geesrsUy.