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Saturday Morntwq, Sept. 1, 1883.
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A FEW FIGURES FOR ELMORE.
era Alturas can not afford the ex
penue of running a new county,
The assessed valuation of property
r r w T
within the boundaries of proposed
Elmore county is not less than
11,500,000; We have at least 3.1,000
cattle; 60,000 sheep; 8,000 horses;
92 miles of railroad; and our min
ing and agricultural interests reach
almost unbounded figures. Moun
tain Home, alone, has this summer
shipped 650,000 pounds of Tjool,
with at least 150,000 pounds more
to follow, and to give an idea of
the amount of freight received and
r it* i # xi
Shipped from this place from the
1st of August, 1887, to the first day
A... M , n 4 1QQQ :-.Ai_ r n *'
of AugUBt, 1888, we givo the follow
ing figures kindly furnished the
BM" >>)■ station «gant 0. L.
Alley:
Received, lljs.
August, 327,409
Sept... 701,219
Oct. . 848,548
Nov.... 518,881
Pec . .. 453,338
Jan.... 249,057
Feb.... 293,052
March. 508,120
April.. 506,721
May .. 738,051
June .. 583,948
July .. 570,820
Mr. Alley informs us
ceipts for the mouth just ended will
reach 600,000 pounds.
It is claimed by some that West
Forwarded.
198,828
378, 921
157,418
47,779
34.790
10,240
50,192
62,748
3 S
7*7<Mi
a a 70 ?»
440,730
that the re
ON DIVISION.
From th. Ballen« Herald.
The Herald is favored by the
Mountain Home Bulletin in ex
eluding us from what it classes the
Wood River Gang who are mov-|
ing every point to beat county di
vision. Yes, the Herald has for
over a year spoken in favor of a new
county for Western Alturas. As
we complained of the county seat at
Rocky Bar in early days, %o has
Western Alturas a just complaint
against the present arrangement.
The Herald knows that a division
will lower the "salary grade'' of;
Alturas. We know that the sup
port from the suburbs will likewise
be lessened. We know t het A'.tu.rsr
county's power in Tc
ters will likewise be lessened.
al mat
We
know that a good ctrip of rai'roed
will be taken from our tax rolls.
We regret all this, but we also
know that the law-abiding, tax
paying residents of Western Alturas
must be listened to in their plead
ings. They have a case as well as
we have. They want a new county
Let them
—home government,
have such,
unanimously to the front and de
mand it.
But let them come
Then it will be given
them.
But it is not our place to offer it.
The Herald and Bulletin are tell
ing the residents of "Elmore''
county that newspaper talk is one
thing and the people are another.
Editorials are meant to liven up
residents to their duty. Editors
can attend to their own business,
and tax-payers must take a lesson
by sueh.
It is natural for officeholders to
buik against division. It ia like
taking so manv dollars out of their
pockets, but as they are in the mi
nority, and as the people put the
money into their pockets, certainly
ai L .t V» . . i_. A J
they have the perfect right to say
how much more or less will go
there by division.
The Democrats of Ovvvhee county
1 , , 1 - ..w . . J
have placed the following ticket
, , , , ^
m the field: For Assemblyman, P.
_ . .
Ford: Sheriff, B. F. Hastings; Au*
. J ® *
ditor and Recorder. James Lynam ;
n , , T , r n nil
rrobate Judge, J. B. L oak ley,
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Treasurer, W. F. Sommercamp, Jr. ;
n . , . . Ul _, v . .
District Attorney, E. Nugent; As
sessor, Dan Spencer; School Super
intendent, John Scales; Coroner,
Dr. Belknap; Commissioner 1st dis
trict, P. McMahon; 2d district, C.
Share; 3d district, \V. S. Harley.
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The Challis Messenger of August.
21st says: F. Mason and H. Bresa
1er of Mountain Home are spending 1
a few days in Callis, and will visit
the other towns of our county. Mr. I
Mason is looking over our county
in the interest of the Hailey Times,
while Mr. Bressler visits Challis to
see what our business prospects arc.
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O. A. R. I
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For the Nd.tioii.il L>iodiupment of Ujp .
G rand Army of the Republic, ai
Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 10—14.
The Union Picific, "The Overland
Boute," will «ell tickets at a rate a.
low as th« lowest. Remenib r this i. :
the only line offering the choice ol six
different routes from tile Missouri
Eiver to Columhiu Kor n psnr nf'
twenty-five or more, Family f8l.-ej.us
Will be furnished free from 'any point '
.«».M..«-.*
if «*.' • i«:Ket
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out clmuge. For dates of
ticket«, etc., call on v i.
•«•at.
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Thos. L. Kimball,
Acting Gto'l liauiger.

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TIIB FORTUNATE ISLES.
b:
.Güi »lCMi'NALD PHBLP9
And what aw th* namas of Si* fortunate UlssT
Why duty and love and a large content?
Lo. thwa ara the lx!*» of the watarv mile«
That God let down from the firmament.
—Joaquin Millar.
Ah, If we only knew
Whcn «"• »r» calm »nd »kl«« are blue,
And the golden mn of our vouthtime .nil!,.
The eure true «ai to thoae fortunate i.let.
We pointed the prow and trimmed the aall,
sh >' >p«>i hi« a bird in the fre*hning gale,
j
! nn „.. r ,, „
! Onward, on ward our l»ark still sped
Tin over our .«in tiio dark ,-ioud» spread.
'>>ri.k«i throat, th. .treamm«
; That aMvcr«d io shrr.l, in th. mal fierce (ale,
We did look hack—and the gravestones led
Up and aw ay from the slumberous dead,
Way-marks for us who with compaa lost
t : p and down on a wild eea toae'il
x huiki r „ urned 4([aln
i 0n lb * Maihin», toamiiw main,
;
While wild waves over our bulwarks broke,
Seamed and rent was the heurt of oak,
Aid the soul cried, lout mid the watery miles,
Lost, lost, the way to the forti^pate isles.
Then the eyes went hack o'
Blinded away by the filing wreck, .
To find the spot in those watery miles
We had steered away from the fortunate isles.
Found—where the waves «»f ambition ride
In soft smooth sweets o'
the watery track,
the sea of pride.
While the lung white strait • of a calm smooth
Was hid from our eyes by vanity.
Looked for the gleam of the "moon's white shore,'
Been In the beautiful l*>ng before.
Faded away in the twilight's mist,
The golden shores that
Cre ae steered from our course in the glare of day,
From the fortunate isles away, away.
Ah, if we only knew
Wheu sea« are calm and skies am blue,
And the golden eun of our youth-time smiles,
Iht sure true way to those fortunate Isles.
Mountain Homs, Idaho.
Mon *y to Loan -
^ lrec lo ** ve ye» r '* mortgages on
8°°d agricultural laud after filial proof
j K made. Lemmon A Boone,
! Insurance, Ri al Estate and Loan
Agents, Hailey, Id-liu.
hopes had kissed,
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Blank miniug location notices for
sale at the Bulletin office.
a
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xwFreacrtptiQiii carefully prepared,
x full Una of Prug., and Cbewiclea alwaya
•*«*■
MOUNTAIN HOME *
Mrs. J. BeaRBy, M. D.. Prop.
' Toint Article«, camiie., Nuts, eet, for the million
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;
MRS. M. E. LEONARD, Prop'r.
Good Beds , and p , enty of
1
Leonard House.
Oicnn'. Ferry, daho.
Good Meals and fair treatment.
day board, $6 i'er week.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Transfer Company
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
Organized July 28, 1888.
Freighting of all kind done at
the lowest living rates.
Prompt delivery and good care
guaranteed.
For further information adilrcas,
Rocky Mountain Transfer Co.,
Mountain Homo. Idaho.
AMOS LEE, Preeideut.
HENRY DORSEY, Sec'y.
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: '*ÎK.( r in a "«Sp^jrt > V.f*hu h clirJ.*! , T
; ,' ,u " i'»'"'« ;he n-«.-àter «ni
viz* <•-.«« n''B d'wa"r.â or". ;a'mi-ï P fv^ r
i h r *Sd'ioA^JsTs s r » k^h . 4 l.t Ï..ÎÎ
»ii".»«..« <» i,ru>e in. emtinum., «.iden,«
up.-n, an eulnvHt*on of, «Hid land, viz Ctrunli.
Ju.n-, «i iu.,* a. .mn «. s. a. m, A rmit y . samuei
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NOTICE FOR PUBLIC A T10N.
Land offilk at Romr. City, Idaho.
August l.S, 1»88.
that the following-named
ion to make final
ud that ■iui.i proof
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC A TWN .
i ornc« at Boi^ a y, Idaho,
Augviat 15, 1888.
NrdiPti* her«V givtn that ti e f...i.,ulng named
««tuer ha« fled notue of hi« intention to make final
* n *u;>port oi bi« claim, and that «aid proof
will U mode oolorc lUgiaUi a*id H.ceiver at Boi«e
i^ho. on Monday .sepumber^t. \aa%, vu.
. CiiarlMUljon of Ul«..».'« Kerry, ld.«ho. for th*
■ i * nw m nw iu t 4 a k * t. ue ..amci m« fo.
lu.ili« witntwe« tu prove the comi-l.le irrigation
«n.i mcianatiun oi «.id a»«, viz: samtMi Mtcnweii,
t > ru« il. Hum., Carter N LdwurJ«, Wi.ii.iu K
uum». aiiouiunu . i-.rry, auu™ cum.», i.iaho,
*M li A ulen er.FLti-.rtvai.M-.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land t-Ffici Af Boise city, Idaho,
August 15, 188N.
• given that the following nameti
•ti'.'O of las intention to make linal
proof in mipi»ort of his claim, and that said pr.*oi
will t*e made betöre tfie Kcgi-ter and deceiver at
ibd^e City Id^o, on lm:»da>. .-vepiein^r zft, 1888.
vig: v\iiliuui K. Bums of Glenn'« terry, Idaho, for
2 ?eL sU « 2L- fOOt'ut; YL?s tVsiis'il
lJU '*
Notice is here*
settler has filed ï
Ma J,
, all u! GltfihH tern. Alturo«
county, Idaho,
alöpd
il AULEN PEFLEY, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land ofhcb ut Boise City, Idaho,
August 15 . Jtyj
Notice in hereby given that the following named
settler ha« liiud nonet of iii:« intention to make final
jjroof in support of ui« claim, and that »aid proof
will be luaoe before Register and Receiver at Holme
oily, Idano, on «utsdav, .-veplembtr 'Zb, lo-vs, vu:
*-'yru«tL hum«, or yitnn's ferry, Idaho, for ilu- Nr.
t -4 SA 1-4 ö 1 -« N 11 1-4 and lot J.
tie names me loiio. itu whik
to I*
alld cultivation of, «aid
«mud r
. re«ldcn e upon, a
A. -*1 .An illy, H
. viz. S.
.•Ia y, Btuj iuuu bparho, all <d Glenn
vuunt ■, i .aho.
rcll.
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rry, Altai u«
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L ' s ' ^ Urr,CE ' ^nm.
Notice a hereby given Ihvt tliv Milowing.ua „cd
«—»«•*« «n« «•««.»•• u ».a, «s..
'■■■■■ t —ov ... aogi.nir and k
denve unon, u'td cu:tiv*tn-n oi, «aid and, vi*. J. T.
•i +j~o. «* M«y Jaiiieis, C. E. bpratil«, Bober: Brown,
all of M >umain Horns P. <•., Aitura« cocaty, Idai.o.
HaLLLâ« i'LÏ LLV, Kvg:«v«ir.
H AHLEN PKKLEY. Rogi«Ur.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rOR SALE.
CHEAP FOR CASH:
Apply at the Saloon.
The Palace Restaurant
-and
BAKE RY.
Mountain Home, : : Idaho.
WRIGHT A GOMES, Proprietors.
EVERYTHING NEW.
Meals at all Hours, on European plan.
Open day and night.
Fresh Oysters, every style.
I^F resh Fish for sale every j
Friday.
Choice California fruits always
on hand.
iST Also fresh Br«ad, Pies and Cakes.
FREI». WRKSHT,
NANUF.L GOMES.
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S1TUGUE & GETZ.
ARCHITECTS,
Contractors
And Builders.
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
Ordere ■ elicited end Satisfaction
Ova va at sad
Nathan Falk & Bro.
Dealers in
General Merchandise.
Wholesale Agents
LoriUard and Pace's
TOBACCOS.
j
Clark s ONT Thread.
Boise City
unfit Nampa.
C8TA11 orders will have our prompt
and careful attention.
Nathan Falk & Bro.
I. M. HAGAR
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MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
—Dealer iu—
MEECHASDISB
Fai ™ Machinery,
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And
Forwarding Merchant
rutn.i-mT.
^ l 11 L LR U Ä STY ICK
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SALOON AND BILLIARD HALL
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ALL KINDS OF FURS BOUGHT
Shinsrles.
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Lumber
AND
MAIN ST: MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
Rikewine & Vanderjool, Proprietor
fc a aav\ - __
UOUOn© AIMD CIQARS
at tir a \rcj y\r ciMinpfr
AJjHAlolil OlULA.
The best brands of
i
—ALSO—
CHOICE, Wlîras* I
And
MINERAL WATER.
FIRST CLASS
POOL AND BILLIARD
TABLES
You miss a treat if you fail 10 call.
THE
CAPITAL
I" SALOON, iz
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO
W. D. DAVIS,
;
Proprietor.
Tlie best brand« of
FRESH BLEU ANP MINERAL W ITER AL
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uyster nud Liidcb C inter
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to
Ejtcjfuoi'gf <& CiirattA
WAV« ON HAND.
AH Kinds of Lunch«i
Promptly rurnishod to O ier.
P. B. ETHELL.
W. F. SMITH, M. D.
ETHELL & SMITH,
Druggists & Apothecaries.
CORÏfEtt DEUG STÖBE*
MOUNTAIN HOME.
IDAHO.
Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Standard Patent
Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils
Imported amt Domestic Cigars«
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night.
—Dealer, in—
, etc.
A. P. HOTALING & CO., San Francisco.
The A. P. HOTALING CO.,
Seattle, \V. f.
The A. P. IIOTALING CO.,
Portland, Or.
The A. P. HOTALING CO., Spokane Falls, YV. T.
The A. P. Hotelling Co,
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR SEALERS
BOISE CITY, IDAHO.
Sole Agents T. H. GUTTER WHISKY
COMMERCIAL
HOTEL
CALDWELL,
MRS. M. COLLINS, Pro'r.
IDAHO.
{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
gl^CniiiinodioUH Sam pi. Hoorns for commercial travelers.
—DR. HORNE'S
idlÜÜ Tsjlj Eieciro-Mapetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph of Electric Science—
Sricntiffl S cien *' fical, y Wade c.-.J Practically Applied.
^ m flits. DISEASES COBED WITHOUT MEDICINES.
CentlemeB'« Belt
with Electric -
haspeiisorj.'
IT WILL CURE YOU S*"® 'p , ''®hi,., b™j .r n«k
m.luj eïJtî.TV YY.V.r yUNw.u DeUUiJr. l.u»l»» oeuvrai I»,, unity, lth.u
HiulUm. I leritlhwls Ncur*l«m. Arintira, jMwnec* ©f liidm/», P>nliusl Tur©id Liver.
!'°"b F-xhuuMIun, EiiiImkiu», Ant hum, ||(«art DUt iisc, iBywttvpwiu« CoKntlpatlsn, Emlm lHi«,
iiïSSrSr* I"»potency, CMturrh, Pllrw, Fnllrpwy. liti n j A«m, DiAbctüî, UiJrrnL.
""•ÄrSSEii
wear it It »l<-clrifl(>s ^tho blood S: WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS.
TESTIMONIALS Sr nV;r. < !/? nl i' I u,î , " 1 i n "', d Ê y t*™*?»*- „,«*'»> h»»« tK-m
ri,ie.„Vi ' ICF. 1 > «— A. J. Hoagland, k. b. l'arkt-rand J. M. fliude't, all on Board of Tradü.
uî ïïîf Irtrr ZlZn n V."' »' , ,?"% rc: 'r'," u lil?'" ck Yafd.: Basa ru.Ui., the Croat bofaeman : Oui. Cono.Uv
K."*' kULSTi'h« III Pt i kV. M ' b '2 K. or »«uutown. Iowa. Lemuel Mil«, Kftnkakro. 111 .; Judge 1 . Ä.
^tîfccfL 0 D. 1 M"'M!ci;a?i. , »A^?[;Âlï!7--Y<la7^
tSoutamh«*of othrr4° rtaLie Ut night." RoLL Had, *ddermitii, löo tu st ^iilh a tree!.., N«w toik—
Dr. HOME'S ELECTRO MAGNETIC BELT t v ars btroi g or in i .vs the w*- uvr ma/fi.'
«i:e; proJuccs a contjnuoua cunvnt; coiiv. ts «l. ruiraty i ..rouuli IU» b-»<lv on tho n«rve-. It cu4î dbcii
i>y gonrrailnx a Cvntinr.ous curivnc of eloclricity t îd or 1J Uoumout, of « l throiurhmit th»> h.imnn *vst* m
* ,ui P rT * 1;iri, Vnnew «droulatlon of tno lif« foiooA-tho blood. Irn
ilßo ^ SSt SS hü ™ aU ot ^ r \rentmem has f.ub d. The mt.rita of tUu soIod
uuo a. I ta re b« imç rocognizeuaml indoi»o<|by tbotisands whom it hasrurr.i
c.«, i^A ny bank, commercial n^nry qjt wholosulo hoi
San Fnimifco and ObJcacro. Mend «tamp for 11#^p-v> » nj„-tn
Over 9,090
curvd by
■-I. MpaffOi wholesale druggists,
1PJ Datbitali Avenue Chicago.
DR. KSRHZ'S ELECTRO-Mùür r.TiC BELT-TRUSi.l
RUPTURE
TO HORSE MEN.
The English Shire and Thoroughbred,
S TA LL ION
WALLACE;
Will Mtand for iervk-e during the wason of lf* 83 , at
JUII.N MITX^IIKLL S Livery Barn, Mountain
Hulin, Idaho.
WALLACE U
4 years ol 1
the 8th of May; i* a
•bn« 17 J
d weighing 1G00 pound», posseting line
dark dapple Bay with blu k point»,
hands high an
style and action.
Terms —$ 25.00 to insure
with foul; 00 for heason.
mare
All pnfisibl® cat* will be taken to prevent accident«,
but will not be reaponeiUlt should
iy occur.
MM. M. CARPENTER.
Proprietor
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C. W. BURNS,
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—FKOPKIBTOK OF-
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The Meat Market
.MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
fKeej»« on hand a good supply of
Beef, Mutton, Pork, etc.
Fish and (fiime in Season.
HALLiDAY WIND-MILLS.
—ANl»—
STANDARD MAKES OF TUMI'S
—AT—
LIVING PRICES:
iSf Write for rate« and terms. tM
J. K. LOVELACE,
Glenn's Ferry, Idaho.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Am m, ins heirs or Aligns:
Y*»u are hereby notified that I have expended two
hundred dollars in labor an i improvements on :
IDAHO
Lr.de mining filslra, situate! on A'lanta HiU. in Mu
die Boise Mining Di»tnct. Alturaa countv. Idaho
Territorv, a«required by «ecti >n EJ24 RevUed •■»tat
me« Oi the Lnitvd State«, being the ammint required
to hold the Ham« h>r ea -.i year respectively
ldfcfi and lfW7, oeing two years ending Uccc u' er 31,
3od7. ü.at to ir proporti'*!! Of the oenr is r.o Luo
die.1 ô ilara. being ^oe naif, and if apb:n'JO days
after thie no ire by publication
coiitribut« your proportion <>f
cn-owmr vom in'ere*t in u*id > lm
pro|mrt> >1 the «ubsj-iOcr umi
Revised Matutes of tue United buten
fail
ref ia« to
cb expenditure a«
u wih he otn
ü «icKi u JJ-J4
UAVID CLINK.
Fir»t publi-.tion Jun. 9. Iss«, pd.
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Helf rich & Miller,
—seams in—
General Merchandise.
MITCHELL WAGON DEPOT.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
toon# Steel» Naliti» Hovse Shoe«.
Carpets, Wall Paper.
Groceries and Dry Goods.
All Order« EntrujteJ le onr Cere will be Promptly Attended lo.
P. C. KRIGBAUM,
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
—(New Brick Hotel)—
:
Cora©» AI turns ist. A? Atlanta At©.
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
BY MR8. MAMIE GRAY and MISS CARRIE JOHNSON.
This Hotel, having been just renovated and newly famished throughout,
embrace« every feature of a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL
Mas 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
♦>
CALDWELL.
BOIfcE CITY.
Schüttler and Moline Wagons,
The Famous Tubular Axio Wagfon»
Buckeye and McCormick harvesting machinery, Royal
seif-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.
WhoU.ale and Itetall Dealers in
f^Mail order« solicited.
F. R. COFFIN & BRO.
CALDWELL.
;il
BOISE CITY.
W. B. SPARKMAN,
Northwestern Manager and Traveling Salesman for
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ESTY & CAMP, the Reliable
PIANO and OHQ-AN
manufacturers. Instruments sold at lowest figures ard
easy terms Address, W. B. Sparkman, Butte, Montana/
Oil
JOHN MITCHELL'S
Livery and Feed Stable,
AND CITY HAY SCALFS,
MOUNTAIN HOME,
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BUGGY TEAMS A FIRST-CLA88 SADDLE RIGGS*
Buggy team, per day. Saddle hox-se, 1*12.50 per day.
Horses fed by day, week or month.
Having purchaaeti the above property of Goo. W. gtheR,
my friouda and the public geuerally.
l solicit th« petrocag* of
JOBN MlTCMELL.

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