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the Tumi or suitscairnoN: fcs |SI by sail (tsvwtsbly Is «drsoM).W OO •w «M*. " " . 1.60 1.00 10 RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. Mt kont tiprw urhrM ,t 6:13 p. m W«t bouad npna arrive, at 4.ZS a. m. M(kl-(aat beam, at 11:60 p.*. O. L. ALLEY, Arar.t Saturday, Nov. 17, 1888. M. Johnson is again on the sick list. Mise Ines Lant is visiting Mrs. Pattee. Mrs. Mamie Gray departed for New York on Wednesday. The Postoffice is now located at Smith A Ethell's drug store. Justice Frank Andreas is agent for the Bulletin at Pine Grove. ^George Crandal and wife have returned to their Pine Grove home. Mrs. Gus Rikewine and Mrs. C. X. Shaw are both on the Bick list. Mr. Ramsdale, the Bruneau mer chant, has been with us for several days. I Mrs. Lamb has sold her residence and blacksmith shop to W. L. Ramsdell. Dr. Bearby went to Boise to help th«f Republicans rejuice on Wednes day night. L. A. Underwood has been down with fever for over a week, and is still quite ill. Pat Linnegan has removed his family from Owyhee county to ountain Home. A / Mrs. Hungerford and Mrs. Payne spent several pleasant days at Howeth's ranch this week. Lsdies Guild meet at Mrs White's next Wodnesdry at 2 o'clock. Full attendance requested. Kincaid A Reed have built a large fire-proof cellar on the rear of their lot adjoining Fletcher A Simp son's new store. "Hutch" came in smiling the other day. Although not elected he will worry the Wood River ring at Boise this winter. Rev. G. Bundle will hold divine services at the School house Sun day next at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. / Under the management of Mr. ■ and Mrs. Prescott, and with new cooks, the Elmore House is run ning very satisfactory to its pat rons. Little Bertha Turner entertained r number of her young friends last Wednesday—the pleasant occasion being the anniversary of her 9th birthday. J. M. Patterson, superintendent of the Alturas Limited, spent last Sunday in Mountain Home. He represents everything at the Bar as running along smoothly. Mr. J. C. Kemp van Ee, one of the best men that ever trod Idaho Roil, passed here Thursday on his way to London. Everybody in these parts will wish him a pleasant trip and speedy return. L. Coates, who has been employ ed at the Wide West works all summer, came down from the Bar Saturday, and will probably winter in.-a warmer clime. He went to Wood River on a visit. The dance given in Fletcher Simpson's new building last week was well attended and hugely en joyed by all, aa was also that given Tty George Crandal in Brcssler's old / Und Monday evening. Ed. Helfrich and Oliver Sloan nave gone to Omaha with a band of horses, for sale. Helfrich writes that the railroad is behind 1500 eara in orders for coal for the west Our people may yet have to rely sagebrush for fuel all winter. J. M. Hagar has sold his stock groceries, dry goods and clothing Fletcher & Simpson and will hereafter deal in furniture, hard ware, glassware, etc., at his new fire-proof brick building. By his generous treatment of his old cus tomers this departure of Mr. Hagar is universally regretted in this com munity. if Judge Geo. W. Brizee came ^down from the Bar Tuesday and next day proceeded to Boise City, where he will remain during this winter. The Judge weilds an able pen and will doubtless aid Elmore very materially at the Capital to accomplish the division of Alturas county during the session of the coming Legislature. The Bulltin hopes to publish letters from Judge Bnzee often. on of to G. W. Smith this week presented us with a good-sized and fine-flav ored apple which was taken from the second crop on a tree in the orchard of Mr. Roberson on Bru Last June this tree neau nver. Î iroduced a splendid crop of very arge apples and now it is again with another lot, but not so large as the first crop. A drunken soldier made a narrow escape from serious injury laBt Sun day at the depot. The train started and in attempting to hoard it he missed the footing and fell between the platform and the cars, but held to the railing with one hand until Constable Getz and others released him from his perilous ^position. The train slowed up and Johnny went his wav too drunk to realize that he'had narrowly lo: t THE ELECTION. The result of the recent election | may be summed up as follow»: Harrison is elected President and the next Congress will be Repub lican by a small majority* Dubois is returned to Congress j from Idaho by a handsome ma jority. The official count of the Alturas vote was commenced yesterday at Hailey, at 2 o'clock, and until it is finished the result on the legislative ticket can not be even guessed. Kinney is elected sheriff; Waters, district attorney; Cannady, au ditor; Bellinger, assessor; Burkett, treasurer; Mrs. Butler, school su perintendent; Mandell, surveyor, and Plughoff, Newman and Whit ton, commissioners. Van Schaick was elected by the Divisionists to tho Assembly. Elmore will go to the next legis lature with a hacking of about 700 voters for division and a petition from our people containing 2,000 bona fide names asking for justice and only justice. Commence filling your corrup tion sack, ye Wood Ri vérités, for that is your only weapon for again defrauding Elmore's suffering and patient people. the « , . Allow me to say, however, that n the Bellevue people were by no means aware of any "trade" being made with the good people of Moun- - tain Home. The only talk on be half of the division ticket was made by your Mr. Wall, who I am sure was zealous in behalf of the cause g he was delegated to represent. If any telegrams were sent from here on election day, saying that Belle vue was voting for division in re turn for Mountain Home's support of J. 8. Whitton, they were based * solely on the imaginary visions of the author. Bellevue people never anticipated the election of Whitton, but voted for him on priciple, be lieving that it was time that the tax-payers should express their sentiments whether their votes were affective or not. I voted for division, as your Mr. Wall will testify, not myself under- . , J . , standing that there was any trade, but voting for what I thought was , the best interests of the county. I feel, therefore, that I am justified in resenting the aspersions thrown upon Bellevue people as a whole hy the unauthorized pledges of a pri vate individual. In conclusion, your people must congratulate themselves that be cause of their united support, the county will have a representative commissioner from District Three for the next two years—one who is much better qualified to guard the interests of the tax-payers than cither of the defeated candidates. * It was really as much your fight as our fight. While you are of course disappointed in not electing your legislative ticket, I feel that 1 am justified in claiming that there is j not sufficient cause for your con- ; demnatin of Bellevue people. Not oue voter in ten dreamed that there was a "trade" contemplated. With the kindliest of feelings for you and your people, I am, yours truly. Bellevue. FROM BELLEVl'E. A Friend of Ulviulon FUtcea the People of that Town tn a More Favorable Light. Bellevue, Idaho, Nov. 13,1888. To Tub Bmmr. I have been amused at your ar ticles referring to the treachery of Bellevue in the late campaign. On the face of the returns, your tirade is not without apparent justifica tion. of to Justice To George. Mountain Home, Nov. 13, 1888. To Tut BuLUtTlli: I want to say a few words in re gard to Mr. George's (editor Belle vue Herald) attitude on election day in Bellevue. I am satisfied he (George) supported Mr. Ostner for Commissioner and was strongly op posed to Mr. Whitton. I also know he voted for some of the Division Ticket. I do this in justice to Mr. George. A literary journal for boys and girls, 16 pages monthly, Beautifully illustrated. It contains Depart ments of Stories; Social Etiquette; Temperance; Nature and Science;! Our Girls; inquiries Answered; Humorous; Good Health; Music; 1 Home Recreations; Adventure; Art; ! Puzzles etc. Only 40 cents per j year. Bright and pure. Just the j paper that every father and mother, J who have the welfare of their child- i ren at heart, will feel disposed to ! place upon their reading table. J Samples sent free Address— I». W. Kaidubaugh, 1315 East Madison Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. George L. Wall. Thanksgiving Proclamation. Helfrich & Miller will have Cran berries, Chickens and Turkeys for your Thanksgiving dinuers. Our Youth's Friend. so he countg j n f| ie hands of an attorney, j , . „ „ „1 u„ to AU bl '' 8 due " ,m bt l^eUWd e„-,that time or coat will he addad. Helfrich A Mimer. NOTICE. All parties who have not settled with j us hy December 1st, will find their ac-1 j nl7 i <Sm TO the _ C. A ROCKY BAR NEWS. H>j»iors to John Van Relialek—The Mines—Town imprui. inems— News Items. Our town bus scarcely gotten over the election. On Friday night last a military band with fifes and drum turned out to serenade John Van j Schaick. The Hon. John greeted his , the as friends as is usual upon such occas ions. Van is a universal favorite with « he (eople of the Bar. Bonfires were made in front of the poutoftice ami Jake Ulrich's saloon in honor of Du fmis and Harrison and a gay time in dnlg. d in generally. P Monday evening we received no mail until a late hour and the papers • were not distributed, but Voung America had been in anticipation of Mr. favorable news for President and was not to be thwarted by any such eir- j eunisunce. a* the non-receipt «, P o lineal int«*lli^ence. A» a coi^tKim*nce thereof Ihey ignited certain pitch bar rels and made a big blaze. We pre- to sume this will be* the wind-up. the On election day morning your cor respondent visiu-d Jake Ris'ser's mill, where 26 tons of ore had just been mu through from the Mountain Gout hide,. yielding about $300 tu the ton. 11"' plates and M the appurtenances aroutul til« battery that hail niM*n ... charged with quicksilver were fullv l loaded. This mine is a wonder ami | we hope it will continue to pay as ii does at present. It is in charge of j Major C.ivanah, a prince among those who j rofess a knowledge of mining—: not only a first-class mining engineer j f but a gentleman haying a varied knowledge of the oftimes singular freak. of nature in the breaks dips and angles of a mine as well as in re- , ducing it to the yellow metal through the m*uipulAtiou8 incident to Aiimlga nmtion. The mine is in splendid con dilion and presents a body of ore which has warranted the leasing of a the Keener mill, which is one of the best pieces of property in '.he county. Reeser owns the entire water power on Steele and Bear gulches about, h.s mill, mid with the improvements that f have been recently placed upon it by Major Oavanuh is capable of running twenty aud we do not know but thirty stamps. It costs so little to run this n ,ill, having no fuel to pay for and no eugineer, that it must pay an enor >"°us profit. Oue who knows told - vour eorrexpondest iliis morning that ^«e sulphurets saved by the amalga ," >a , c .J,"®. 8 Eleven dollars per sack, and that the »mul g a m was clear profit. The editor of the Bulletin would scarcely know our town at the present time, although he was here early in Additions to the old and new buildings would greet him at every * urn- „ th * lot» are l iken upbe nii „ wcepUug 8Uch a8 where it woldd , 1( . cutfSiry ° u , ljg inlo tlie lllountlt i n to ge t u |, 0 use, and even some of these are taken. Carpets and furniture for the new addition to the Alturas Hotel has ar- j rived. It will be remembered that Mrs - G' 1 » 1 !*» went to Portland for this ""^eh'mercZndUe 0 has Teen Did in . . . , . . . for winter, but tlie necessury article of Buur hag bettI1 neglecU!d . T llia ; B i^. , ng ghip^d j u from Boise City in quantities sufficient for all punaises. The Wide West aud Alturas are running to their utmost capucity, both making seventy stamps, on good ore. They run day and night and will cou tmue so to do all winter. . " e rich hat« his new brewery |jrigi ' g èitiieu,' a g^d^nan? and'^ab culated to make coin. With the ad vantages he now has he ought to be able to make a superior article of beer, and we believe he will. C. W. Miller of Atlanta was in town last week, on his way east. He says * ,e w '" l ,ut ' n twenty a_nd perhaps thirty new stamps in the Tacoma mill "li^k'sfn^on" ulkTof going east goo „ to visit his friend, in Brooklyn, pf y. He is one of the best business j men j n die country, from keeping the ; books to selling a nickel's worih of 'candy. He has friends at the Bar and in all the surrounding country who d>ke him as well as a man as a trader. ! There is about a foot of snow on the j bctWeen 1,1,8 Uiwn " ud At ' gwanho , m hag reC e„tly re ceived a large amount of goods. His storehouse is full to overflowing. Dr. Wright seems to be doing a i good business at his drug store. Pro fessionally he has always been a sue ; co»s. Mayor Jake Rceser received the pipe for confiniug the water to be used in his mill last week. He is now anxious for the pi|>e to be used to drown out auy fire tliatmav occur and will never he happy until it arrives. Mr. Reesar has lived here a long time, over twenty years, and takes great pride in all new improvements made in this town. O. D. Golden, our worthy postmas ter, is doing an excellent mercantile business at his store. Jim Miller, recently nune boss at the Alturas, has been assisting in the fiqing up of tlie Reeser mill. After the work on this mill shall imve been completed it will tend to remind one °*. l he hoy's jack-knife; he first ob Umed new »'»"des and after a time a : ".** but after all he called it > 'j** Fitzgerald and Dovle are push ing luune ? g on their p r „peities with 1 1 every prospect of success. : ! We expect two new mills to be j erected in the spriug on Steele gulch— j one by the Ophir and the other by the J Mountain Goat company. ! i Judge Waldron is doing a goixl hus -1 ! ! nep . 8 a "'! haB . ma, y ' !a8e * befor . e Ule ! J for patent8 for numnfc ' S üur old fritnd Jolin 8t eaJman keeps ' on the even tenor of his way. He re- ■ fused to he a Justice of the Peace al though lie could have been elected by a very large majority. Town & Doyle find their hands full j we can see. Prosperity loom« up b« by^re ua and «eemingly beckons ns j in fixing up mining claims for patents. There is nothing discouraging that j lieuco. Rocky Bab, Nov. 14, \m. TO TU. Ht'LUTin. t î'* In the issue of the Bulletin of lo the 10th inst. tlte people of Glenn's T . _ ' 1 i Ferry fiml that Mountain Home ^ n f basely soli! an Elmore County man i C. C. Glenn, a man of unquestion- ' A SHOT KltOM THK EF.HHÏ. ■ the !«* H ,» • ing i: lick is , able honor and integrity, and a day frietid, as well 'Ry Wood River "Gang" against whom ! . , . . .. , . ,, the people of Mountain Home air the their grievances. The man in this j Gray instance is J. S. Whitton, a rent*-1 working man's true as an old soldier, for one of the , ,, P ade Republican and a person of odious reputation among the labor • clags of Woo d River Country, , . - ' Mr. Whitton appeared before the Republican Convention for the nom j nn tiofi for the Commissionership wa8 finaU defeated by Mr. C. . , . Glenn. Many of the el<gates to that convention were members of the Knights of Labor and the Miners Union. Tli«.*se men remein bered Mr. Whitton's conduct in the spring of 1885 when American miners stood up for their rights against a British Corporation, the Minil Company, ... , .. . 44 4i i , l Dld Mr. Whitton then seek to pro | ^ American labor against foreign monopoly? Ask the miners of j Broauford. In a caucus of the dol egates of this Comniisioner District, the evening before the nominations j f or Commissioner, the Republie Delegates from Broadford ( K of L men) api>eftre( l an<1 8aid to the Del > Vssembled, "Gentlemen we , 6 .its have a grievance to lay la-fore you against one who seeks from you the nomination for Commissioner. This one is Whitton of Bellevue. He is a foe to the toilers of Idaho. When we struck for our rights three years ag() in Bradford he literaly howled for our J e f eat . He assumed the ition of a p illkertoll and when f ,, . , . , , he co « ld not dt,w » U8 b y law ; be reared for a vigilance committee und powder and lead for us." As the principle plank in the Repub lican Platform to-day is protection to American labor, Mr. Whitton, as an enemy to the laborer, and conge q Ue nt.ly to the Party (as he 8ub8equently 8ho we d himself) was dtd " ated and the honorably dis charged soldier, honest mechanic and true Republican became the nominee of the Party. Whitton now acted the part of the renegade to the party. A good Republican or Democrat bows to the decision of a convention, hut the scab or sore head assumes the Independent Can d^ucy. If \\ hi ton had not placed his name before the convention for nomination there would be no cause of complaint but under the present circumstances all true Re j publicans of this District, in gen era 1 and Glenn's Ferry in partie u i u! . h avo a grievance against him j an<1 il wil1 t,e remembered intime . to come, should he ever become a ^ candidate tor any county otliee. v oters of Mountain Home, you claim to have a grievance against Bellevueites, but stop and think how you acted toward your sister town, of Elmore. Glenn's Ferry delegates, in the the Republican Convention, supported Van Schaik 0 f Rocky Rar and Wall of Moun tain Home for the Assembly. One of Glenn s fierrv s Delegates, who was Secretary of the Convention, was requested to have his name placed for nomination, for the Assembly, but he positively refused in order to leave the field clearer for George \y a n Tlie same person proposed y [ r . Wall 's name for the liomiua *>'*• It would thus seen, as though Glenn's berry was willing to stand by Mountain Home and would he entitled to some recognition from that Burg on the (itli of November, On the day before election two emissaries of the Division party ! came here with the Division Tic j k e t 8 and the majority of the Dem ' oerats and Republicans switched oïï from the straight ticket and wer *t' ^ . Division wa y* stayed with the old ship and to-day a i they are thankful they did so, after what occurred. The men who came here interested in the Division Tic ket informed us that Mountain Home was supporting Glenn and one of them started for Mountain Home on the forenoon of the Gth saying he was going to see that Glenn "got there" in that City. Mountain Home deceived Glenn's Ferry and for the 80 Division votes here, gave Glenn's Ferry's man four. Honor to these four men. Glenn's Ferry has certainly a griev ance against "The Windmill City." She downed our man in return for what Glenn's Ferry did for her. Workingmen of Mountain Home, you sold your fellow toiler C. C. Glenn and you see the man for ; whom vou sold him. You want not. says over au as a is I to at a : i abo r élevated and protected and it > yet 8U j,ported him who has been its enemy. Now I would respectfully 1 ,hi . 8 <l«« 8tlon G» voters : of Mountain Home. If in course be °f a few months, or a longer time, the County of Elmore should bc come organized, and you present ! the claim of your town for the -1 coun ty seat, can you expect Glenn's ! Ferry to assist you at the polls, ' S can you find cause for complaining ' a S ai ;| 8t u8 if . our Wvou re- ■ ^ Remember 88 and y al- look to Bellevue for support. by b« ns or Home-made Bologne sausage, head-cheese, liver and blood pudding« ; and pure pork sausage kept constantly : i. n ,l HnrnM' Moiilituiu UoiHfij n.inu at uurns jiuuuuuu uu , Meat Market, t Justice. on Job work done at thife W. E. Snodgras has opened a fine î'* rber ■*"P at UlennV Ferry. Sue lo £" u ' 1 «°*Kly. T . The . P ™. ldent , I 1 ™*™*' 1 Thursday, November 29th, as adav n f thanksgiving and prayer. Get a turkey ready. : ent last word of good with The wire for the Ris ky Rar tele graph line has at last arrived but nott the lira« kets and insulator:; have Tho line will Le pushed tojSinnnt completion as fast as possible. Charlie Oliver came in Thursday. ! in smiling. He is satisfied witii the i tight, and : <'d accom- j bler The Bulletin office will to-dav ! 11 !«* removed to Hagar's old store on ! Main street, where, for the first " time, it will occupy a decent ap- îî'' pearinp and roomv building. All 1 , friends art* requested to call, par- hert ticularly those faom the country. | rr le. *ii mi " his 1 he smooth bore who runs the I » H - , r P . ,i i i> hy ailev I unes thinks the Hullf.tin * ,» „.I , . 1 i* i 1 erts should be prosecuted lor slander- . • ,• 4 4 4 - . ! ing t»cilc\ u *, and is «ittciiintiiiir to i: , ol - ' * t% n J., 4 f I lick the shine from old \\ hitton s tricky carcas—all because Whitton 1 is elected Commissioner and tll0 | Times hopes to gain a little county to printing by such dirty work. ' I. ... . , , ' ,, ,, I \\ e had the pleasure the other : u f , , a K" ln 'necting Deo. 1 . ! Wheeler, editor of tiie 1 ocatello . ; s Reporter and member-elect to the j legislature. He was on Ins return , | from the jollification at Boise, and j only had time at the depot to cor- 1 dially shake and say ''I'm with you i Christians for division. Geo. P. Sheriff Kinney was here Thurs day and appointed 1). B. Hill dep 'Ry sheriff for Mountain Home pre cinct. A goixl selection. . TO L Sul ' ivan of IIadeV visited Mountain Home one «lav the past week, as also did Lawyer Gray of Boise, j ehester and is prepared for all Pine Grove swindlers hereafter. not. rexuIt of the division says he thinks Elmore has plished much good hy her vote of over 600 for division. j Good for Before the result was known, and the vote for Assessor being very close, Tliad Bellinger and Ike Gar rett agreed to "pool issues" and run the olliee jointly. Being fiotli jxKir men and thoroughly capable, we look upon this decision as The em successful mently proper, party will qualify and the other act as deputy—the emoluments of the office to be divided equally. Charlie Kiefer discounted the "parasol trick" on our mixologists a few days ago. He brought down from Pine Grove a half nickel, went into a saloon, asked if they still sold truck at "five for a called up five friends,got the drinks and threw down the half of a nickel which had been out in two. The barkeep, of course, smiled and returned the coin. This trick was repeated at every saloon in town— but Kincaid has loadi'd his Win half," A better system of counting votes is sadly needed in all cities, like the progressive count that New York now has. There as soon as 100 ballots have been put in the box, they arc taken out, scaled and sent to the City Hall. By this | means stuffing is prevented, and so are many other classes of fraud, the chances of error are reduced to a minimum, the progress of the can didates can lie watched, and the result is known soon after the clos ing of the polls. Let this system be adopted throughout the country before another presidential electiou | at least. George W. Cassidy, the ablest representative Nevada ever had in Congress, was again snowed under at recent election—being defeated hy Mr. Bartine. We I Get Money. Money to Loan on fiem 3 to 6 year» time on good agricultural land after ; i filial proof at 1 per cent, per annum. GEORGE L. Wall, Mountain Home. Rocky Bar Drrjc Store. Dr. F. 8. Wright ha« opened a drug »tore at llocky Bur, and carries a fine line of drUKH, etc., also pllie liquor* j and fine cigar«. Everything I kept in a drug «tore may be found at thia place, and Dr. Wright solicits the patronage Of the public. House for Rent. I have a dwelling house of *"o | Good well and splcu M. Johnson. rooms for rent, did water. , , On three tci live your 8 mortgage« on j t Fashionable Dressmaking. _ , g1 Mr«. S. J. Pattee, who lias recently I I arrived from the East, would he pleased , to receive the patronage of the lauies l of Mountain Home and vicinity. Money to Loan good agricultural land after final proof Lkm mon & Boone, Insurance, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Hailey, Idaho. is made. a|i20 er Fine liquors and cigars at the j K(x:ky Bar drug store. gjgTCall on Dr. Wright at the Rocky Bar drug store. gjÊT The Rocky Bar drug store keeps all kinds of medicines. In any cate where the system re quires building up, Dujardin's Life 1 Essence never fails. It will succeed where everything else lias failed in | function. Price, j or liracing up organic fl.50 a bottle. All druggists. gjOTDr. Wright, at the Rocky Bar ] rd g^t (>r0 keeps the best of perfum ; q*j, e ladies are requested to call : tln( j them. . i ^ , Blank nuning location notices for t wtle at the. Bulletin office. i .. .v , * O. M Payne, Notary l*ubhc. city GLENN'S FERRY FACTS. Items of Interest from the River side Town. J. Rapolje, the new Superintend ent of the O. S. L. Ry. was here last Monday and had a pleasant word and a hand shake with each of the boys. He has made a very good impression. •Election day was a busy day here with the local statesmen. The Di vision Ticket received about 80 votes. In the I'rccinct, A. M. Sin nott and J. H. Raird were elected Justices and Hardie Dial Constable. tojSinnnt ami Dial were re-elected, in the City Ment Market to S. J. I'uyntar, and with his family start <'d for California. We lose an es timnble citizen thereby. William Burke, a tin horn gam bler who had been about this place 11 few wa # arrested in Sho laat Saturday by Constable " hlte on « warrant issued by Jus îî'' e * in! . u,tt for .Grand Larceny, 11 0 rc ^ ,0:i ^ a y " e S * (Î7A * ( « John Do hert . v . l) . v throat after half choking him, proceeded to relieve _ his no. ket 8 when he wan discovered — » i ! . % i,- . i *. ^ „ . hy Hugh Dial and Mrs. F. M. Koh * 4 j » 4 , , r , . . ... , erts and he tied. C onstabe Dial . . 4 , r4 went to Shoshone after him,but the I'liiit n ii i bird had flown. He worked rock , 4 .♦ 4l n c 4l ux 1 g ° ° f T °i • t,ie 8h t f»-'»'J^' o ">»ko a hole big enough to 'i™ 1 throu 8 h an . d «"»P« 1 - . I. } hm \ aro ma ">' fa, ." ,hc8 ,nov ! n 8 into our town and quite a number u f buildings going up. At present ! the demand for building material . ; s f ar ahead u f the supply. J. H. j Morrow, Ed Clark and John Fal , | on aro each putting up good sized j dwelling houses,. C. J. Akins and 1 i r. Will B. F. Clark sold out his interest (ora rates. or j Dan Stinson are putting up storq buildings on the Main Street. A Public Hall for the use of the town will soon be started. A call is made for 100 shares in the Hall at five dollars a share, and three hun dred and fifty dollars have already been subscribed. 'G. M. I'uyne, Notary Public. £ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOW IN MY New Fire-prof Building J. M. HAGAR 1 MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. —Dealer in Of all kind, including | | Parlor and Bedroom Sets. ' STOVES. Cooking, Coal and Wood Heating Sitves. CROCKERY and Glassware. Commission end Storage Business Mountain Home, Nov. 12, 1888. NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TI0N. Land office at Hoise City, hl«'»o. November 13, 1883. Notice is hereby given that the following named set* 1er has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in Rapport of hin claim, and that Haiti proof will I be mode before lltifinter and Itecelver at lloise City, 1883, m, Amos Lee, who the 3 B 1 4 N K 1-4 HI 2 S section 2. tp ft 8 K f. B He ovc hi* continu ed «aid land, vis: ; i iah. «tV^E H»EH name*« the followiuR wltne^e« t /1 P John l »eint z, George L. Wall, Royal I*. Daniel«, John Holland, all uf Mountain Heme P. O., Alturas county, Idaho. lit-ceinber t7 At ti,«»,r«* time tn I pl»,e, Nel«-n o. Ana.rann, 'iTiïtÜ hV.SÄ SfsV.V j || e name» the following witne**ea to prove hi« con Juhll u .iiaml, »Hof Mountain itomu l*. o., Altuni» dl» to protrat th. .!■ lowaû c of »uch proof, or Who knows of any »ub , under the law and the regulation* of the li.teilor Lepartment, why «uch proof should not an opportunity at th* 1 above examine the wit idence in re , ALSO, •»tautiul rea»o be allowed, will be tfiven mentioned time und place to t* | fhSi ÂîSSd"y ctolÄ 11.ri.es 1'irLir, Register. 17 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Boi«e <'ity, Idaho, November 14, 188Ä. , Motif**? i* hereby K> v ®n the following numed j B<>tt | er ) IU ., notice of hi« intention to make final proof in supiiort of hi* claim, and that «aid proof will Ihj made before HogUter and Receiver at Hoi»e City, (d .ho, on l»ecem -r 29, 1«88, viz. Charles Crabb, who inode Pie. U- S 3^4« for the S K 1-4 S Ë 1-4 mc t on 9, ip 7. S II « E. Hu name« the fallowing wit n !*st* to prove hi* eontinuou* reeidenett npr n and of eaid land, viz. William Harris* of Boise City, Idaho. Oeorge Harvey, Joseph Bjer* aud Luther Strickland of liruueau, Idaho. An\ person » ho de* ire« to protest ajrai I I .wun cof such jrx>f, or who know« of ii , «w .««'••'»* ' % % Ä l „ jWl „, , «miM^ve» an otiportunitv at the »bove buttai of tliut submitted by ulaimanL ul7pd Harlsn I'bflet, Ke^ister. il'ivati ■*t the al any «übst an j 1 . Mountain Home Lodge, No- 19. in | I- O- O- F*» j NEW BARBER SHOP Adjoining the Meat Market. N. B. RATHBONE .Proprietor. My motto is: Sharp tools, strict attention to busi please my customer«. Try me. and enden v Pe^ular meeting* at Odd Fellows' Hall every Sat urday evening at 8 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are cordially invited to attend. C. It. SHAW, N. a. Guiding Star Lodge- No- 4, D of R Regular meeting* of Ouiding Star Lodge, No. 4, Daughters ofttebekah, held every second and fourth for KriJ 1 y uvc m nK . oi «>ch month, vwtio« memUra i iu good .uodin* »iw»v. »«icomod. * 3400. S. J. rATTBKi N. Ü. d. d. Km., Rwrfory D. B. Hill, Sscretary. DR. WM. F. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AMD ScBQSON, MounUia Horn«, Idaho. n.Ofln mit door to Eth.tr. Cara« Dng Ma* promptly ottondod to, doy or night, I. Mk city -uid country. - _ — r. a. am«,, ENSIGN A STULL. Attorneys and Counselors At Law, MOUNTAIN HOME aas MAILET, laaao. D. E. WALDRON. Attorney Ay Law, ROCKY EAR, IDAHO. Will pnctln In >11 tho cosrta of tko TMlotf. Pktouta (or mining olntou procund. pi, ATTORNKYB AT L A W, BAILEY, IDAHO. Prartlo. In all th. OoniW of ttm Tmiltmi «M Si (ora th. U. S Land OlHoc. «1 GEO. W- BRIZEE. Attorney At Law, ROCKY BAR, IDAHO. Patente for mining clalnu obtained oft ■^ iaa u A rates. d.w.figqinb, m.d Physician AND BtlSIQI, HAILEY. IDAHO. Will practice wherever celled within AltWMiMilv ou tlie hue of the Oregon Short Une HeUvoud. ** or r. I». AnrDBEA8, Justice or the Peace and Notait Public, PINE OROVE, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO. c. R sHAW, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Collection, promptly .ttondad A, M, BINNOTT, Justice or the Peace and Notary Public, OLENN's FERRY, IDAHO. All kind, of lc( ml docum.nl. »»fully drawn vp. Î7 VINEYARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO. ö. M. PAYN B. Notary Public, Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, MOUNTAIN HOME, • • IDAHO. 1 <3*. X.. "W ALL, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. A «pedalty of collection« and matUn before tbt United State« Land Office. JAMES EDWARDS & CO. STOCK BROKERS, Room 24 0»j Building, Third and Rio« dr 8T. LOUIS, MO. Municipal Bond«, MUcollaneou« SecurltUa and Mining Stock«. dclSpdlj MOUNTAIN HOME emim &won*m 9 Mrs. J. Beahby, M. D.. Prop. Prescription« carefully prepared. A full line of Druge, and Cheulclee always la «took. Toilet Article«, Candles, Nut«, etc, for the nalllioa Z. N. HUNGERFORD'3 (NEW BARN,) LIVERY, FEED & BALE STABLE. Fine Turnout« end Low Prie««. final will City, who S He vis: WM. KUNNECKE, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, Range and Valley old building, Mountain Home, Idaho. Repairing neatly done and promptly attended to. John o!6 con .!■ »ub of not wit re HALLIDAY WIND-MILLS. —AND— STANDARD MAKES OF PUMP« —AT— LIVING PRICES: Or Writs for re tes sad tsi J. K. LOVELACE, Glenn's Ferry, Idaho. final will City, mc wit and of aud »bove New Brick end stone Structure, Lighted by Ekel tricity, incandeeceut Uyhte end Electric Belle in Every Room. Hendqunrtere (or Cummerciel Men, Minin« Mea end Tourkte. ARTHUR SMITH. E. W. JOHNSON. The Alturas, al an STRICTLY FIRST CLASS SMITH A JOHNSON, • - Proprietors. HAILEY, IDAHO. 19. Fair Warning 1 ! busi me. All partie« knowing themselves in debt to tin kin firm of Hill à Swauirer are hereby noli tied »hol they must pay up by the FIRVTdajr of NOVEMBER or the fir wtU fly. I have waited long and patiently, but must have money now and no monkey work about it D. B. HILL. Mountain Homo, Idaho, October 1,1888. td Fresh Milk. prepared to furnish pure (Mt milk to on y f Mouutaln Home—delivered twloo a day. . tickets for sslo-to be paid for In advsjg^^ Sat a. R 4, fourth memUra Ü. port o Milk tit $10 Reward. STRAYED from th. rang, mi Lm'> mA, i brown MARE, (bra y« (orchMd mi hraodôd £ n ü dork on la«t teen the mare wa i Heavy wire moi. l reward will be paid for the delivery el Mm U. 8. Paywa, Mountain Here _