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O. M. PAYNK, * * * * Editor and Phoprintor.
SATURDAY MoRNINO, DEC. 20, 1888.
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PBOKITAHliK ENTEllPllISE.
Tix) long and too generally the
impression has prevailed that loss
was a shadow that like a vulture
followed the pathway of mining on
terprise. The untruth that "two
dollars have been put into the
mines for every one taken out," has
almost crystalized into a croaking
proverb, notwithstanding the fact
that the metallic currency of the
world came from the mines and is
largely absorbed in other industries
while the gold and silver mines of
this country are producing
eighty-six million dollars annually.
If it ho true that this product of the
past year cost $172^000,000, then
mining must be admitted to he
unprofitable business. The absurd
ity of the charge, however, is suffic
ient to prove its falsity. While it
is true that a great amount of mon
ey has been paid'that brought
return, that the record of losses
charged to the account of mining,
is appalling in its magnitude, it is
nevertheless true that the
industry can show larger and
reliahls returns for the
vested iu it than any other
nized business that can he named.
It must be understood that
paid for stock certificates offered by
strangers, based
stakes and an assay certificate, is
not money put into a mine nor.into
mining. It hears no more resem
blance to mining than wheat deals
on the Board of Trade do to farm*
over
an
no
mining
more
money m
recog
money
upon location
ing. BlindSpufchases of interest in
mining claims, without examina
.. .Meat
tion of the character of the manage
ment or the ore, cannot upon any
reasonable basis he recognized as
mining, as no one would claim that
an unconsidered investment in any
direction was business.
The Chicago Mining Review as
serts that a thorough investigation
of the available facts shows
clusively that a largo majority of
the business men of this country
have "almost universally found leg
itimate mining investment profita
ble, when made upon business prin
ciples, as they would make any
other investment. As a matter of
fact a majority of tho heaviest cap
italists and millionaires of the na
tion owe their vast accumulations!
of wealth to judicious mining in-i
vestment, and it would be difficult
to find in any of the larger cities,
east or west, a prominent and lead
ing business man who is not largely
and profitably interested in mining.
Theso facts are well established and
so generally prevalent that now, in
this stage of mining history, an ac
knowledgment of repeated or ser
ious loss and failure is such a re
flection upon business ability-hind
good judgment, that a man may
well hesitate before ho condemns
himself by such admission.
corr
Edison promises to put his latest
invention of tho phonograph to
curious and practical use. 11 in in
intention is to furnish subscribers a
talking daily newspaper. Tho lit
tle instrument will ho charged with
a condensation of the news of the
day, and tho subscribers can listen
to it while at breakfast. It will
sing and play to them the latest
operas, and reproduce the tones and
sayings of public men, with ' all
the thunders of applause.
il
Ocl«I Felluws licatl.
The most reliuhle, cheapest and
safest life insuruuce company in the
world is that of Lite Covenant J1
tuai. Benbfit Association, of Gales
burg, Illinois.
15, 1888, $2,559,448.29;
Losses paid up to May
Total assets,
$315,000. Policies issued from $<>25
to $5,000. For particulars inquire «4
of G. M. Payne, agent, Mountain
Home. Dr. W. F. Smith examining
physician.
Of Interest to All.
The Union Pacific Railway, "The !
Overland Route," have just issued a i
very complete and comprehensive,
phamplel on Colorado, Utah. Idaho,!
Oregon, and Washington Territory, !
descriptive of the agricultural, stock
raising and mineral resources, the j
climate and health resorts of these
states and territories, compiled from
the latest rtqwrts of 1887. Send to J. |
8. Tebbets, G. P. & T. A., Omaha, Neb., j
for one. i

Residence for Sale Cheap, 1
Two acres of good improved land
fenced,] with comfortable dwelling, a j
splcudidj'woll of never-failing water,!
apple trees, grape and gooseberry j
plants in a flourishing condition, and
numerous ornamental trees. Only i
about live minutes' walk from the du- J
pot. Would take part pay in wagon
and horses. Apply to G. M. Paynk.
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Blank mining location notices for '
•ale ut the Demain office. *
TUE WAV OP IT.
Naomi McDonald Biiklp*
Joj and pain
Wbon Joy is prirent then pain *tcfn In.
i Tro'iMeil ami lmrrlene.1 the lom/iiqj
! Roachc-th vain hainis t
near of kin*
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The widen v
liven have misse I
dreams that our hopes have
eajfer hands,
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un Hhft loW'H i;j UmV
Ah, then we know
mwn lands.
Afabiti'i
that lead* us astray,
thorny way,
Tolling along
Hiding the light from
liiinding us
U
We
e not the sweet to he garner'd at will,
noticed until
That which we covet its hitter distil
Ever near us
Poison !ng life.
learn too late that to be content
And
With the little joys to our poor live
U the banc of trouble the dawi
sent,
of bliss,
Tho goal of good that nur feet haw misHcd,
And foe of strife.
Souls long troubled with sui
lurent.
Longing for better, yet losing the beat.
Wander
lucre in its useless quest,
But wait
d flint
That life's true joys are in little thing*
Whose hop
Better poor conti nt than turmoil with kings,
Thric e bettor a quiet mind.
Tub Willows, Idaho, Dee. 20, lK-tfe.
; begotten de
id of sting*»,
Know All Men!
That in the course of human event,s i!
sometimes occurs very forcibly to oik
that "self-preservation is the first law
of nature. 1
This fact lias struck
right in tho center of where I live and
me
breathe and have my being. There
fore, know all men, by theso presents,
that I, C. W. BURNS (commonly
called Bob), do' hereby proclaim that
ALL bills run with me for meat, vog
etables, fruit,etc., MUST hereafter bt
SKI LLED MONTHLY,
that, after 30 days' time,
Remember
Ho Money, Ho Beef!
C..W, BURNS.
Mountain Home, Nov. 20, I8S8.
ggâP Home-made Bologne sausage,
he ad-chouse, liver and blood puddings
in aud pure pork sausage kept constantly
i "l 1 hand at Bums' Mountain Horn.
Maiket.
as
Stolen Horse».
I have lost over forty head of horses,
some branded thus : SMÎ on left thigh
(figures 9 and (5
connected); this
brand lias probably been changed
as to represent a double-heart. The
other horses are branded y on left
shoulder.
For information that will lead t<
the arrest and conviction of any party
or parties for stealing any horse's with
the above brands 1 will pay $100
ward; and also $5 each for the recov
ery of any of said horses.
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Howe P. ()., Alfuras County, Idaho,
November 28, 1888.
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Follows the nso of Syrup of Figs, as ft acts
gently on thj
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Effectually Cleaning tlio System when
CoBtivo or Bilioua, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers !
and pormannnlly curing
HABIT t/AG OOETSTIPATIOH
without weakening or irritating tlio organn
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For Bale In ÖOo and Dt.OO Dottle, by all
Lending La-uffglfito.
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SALOON AND BILLIARD HALL
MAIN ST: MOUNTAIN Hu.VR.j IDAHO.
Rikewino & Vanddrjool, Proprietor
The best brands of
UQUOftS AND CIGARS
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
—ALSO—
cimmm 'wmzm,
A ud
M2MËRAL WATER.
JF1KST CLASS
POOL AND DILLIARD
TABLES
You miss a treat if you fail to call.
glmoro Saloon.
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BILLIARD HALL.
Adjoining tho Elmore llouso,
Mountain Homk
Idaho.
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Kincaid «4 Re r id. • • Proprietors
NEATEST SALOON IN TOWN.
BEST LIQUORS AND
CIGARS
Carl Upmann'a Cd«'bratet!
BOQUET CIGARS.
A Nice, Comfortable, Commodious and
Convenient Club Room Attached.
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und courte
patronage 1« roapcctfully «elicited.
treatiDont toward all.
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Proprietor.
Tho h est brands of
FKKSI! LF. Lit ANI> MTNEHAL WAT Kit AL
WAYS ON HAND.
Oyster and Land Oonntcr*
All Kinds of Lunches
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The Little Palace
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AU Kin.] of Good 3
Liquors!
Keifwest i
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FINE WHISKEYS,
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rythlng Biat-.-U.si). Oiw
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C. W. BURNS,
-PHOiRIRTOn Of—
Ths Meat Market
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
»Keeps
haml a good supply ofj
Beef, Mutton, Fork, etc.
Fish and Game In Season.
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SPRAGUE & GETZ.
ARCHITECTS,
Contractors
And Builders.
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
j Order. Solicited and Satisfaction
C ufcr.vB toed
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NEW BARBER SHOP
Adjoining the Meat Market.
N. B. RATH BONE,.... Proprietor.
My motto Is: Sharp tools, strict attention to bunt- j
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Transfer Oompany!
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MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
Organized July 28, 1888.
Freighting of all kind done at
the lowest liv ing rates.
Prompt delivery and good care
guaranteed.
For further information address,
Rocky fountain Transfer Co.,
Mountain Home, Idaho.
AMOS LEE, President.
HENRY DORSEY, Bec'y.
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Idaho Stage Co.,
O. J. SALISBURY, Prop.,
J. M. I'iAQAit, General Agent
-RUNS BK'W
Mountain Home, Pine Grove and
Rocky Bar.
FAKE, EACH WAV, #10.00.
Carrie* Pacific Kxprcas at Lowest ftatea.
Loavs Mouutaiu Home at fl a. vi. Daily
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Located Dikectia' Oreo site Passes-'
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Stage. Leave Daily for Shoshone Falls
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Mountain Home,: : : Idaho.
M. .GOMES,.raoruiKTORs.
EVERYTHING NEW.
M«&]& *t all Hours, on European plan.
Open day atid night.
Fresh Oysters, every style.
JGSUFresh Fish for sale every
F riday.
Choice California fruits always
on hand.
fSTAlfio fresh Bread, Pi os and Cakes.
MANUEL GOMES.
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Mas. J. Brakby, M. D.. Prop.
ÆoTBresorlptiona carefully prepared.
A full line of Drugs, and Chemiclefi always In
stock.
Toilet Articles, Candle*, Nuts, etc, for the million
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Leonard House.
Gknn's Ferry daho.
MKS. M. E. LEONARD, Prop'r.
j Good Beds, and Plenty of Them,
I Good Meals and fair treatment.
DAY BOARD, $fi PKR WEEK
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S. J. FRIEDMAN,
j HAILEY,
IDAHO.
Deal- r in
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Centn' Furnishing Goods, Carpets,
Oilcloth, etc. Gloves, Laces, etc.
ver Orders by mail promptly at
tended to.
G. M. PAYNE,
NOTARY IPTJ'TiX-.XC
A ai) Conveyance!*.
REAL ESTATE
AND
Collection Agciinjf
M-iunta
Home, Idaho.
Corrp»pon<ieBcc soli, ilcrf, and reliable inforoiatioo
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to «lift, at
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G. M. l'AYNE
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Helfrich & Miller,
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General Merchandise.
MITCHELL WAGON DEPOT.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
®t«e b Hal 1«, Bone Bhoeo.
Carpets, Wall Paper.
Groceries and Dry Goods.
All Orders Entrnsied to our Car. will be Promptly Attended
I>. D. ETHELL.
W. F. SMITH, M. D.
ETHELL & SMITH,
BnccRTt & Apothecaries.
€OENlE m£U€2 STOfii«
MOUNTAIN HOME.
IDAHO.
Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Standard Patent
Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
Daportcd and Domestle Glaars«
FRESH CANDIES constantly on hand.
•fully compounded day or night.
All business letters should he addressed, ETHELL A SMITH.
—Dealer. In—
^^"Prescriptions care
OIIBHCIAL
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OAldTOTKIiX«,
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MHS. m. GOLLIHS» Pro'r. -
Since assuming control of this elegant O. 8. L. Railway
Hotel at Caldwell, Mrs. Collins Las caused it to be
remodeled, renovated and refurnished
throughout, making it
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
I OVER 40 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS
£2S"0omniodiouB Sample Rooms for commercial travelers.
JOHN MITCHELL'S
Livery and Feed Stable,
AND CITY HAY SCALES,
MOUNTAIN HOME,
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BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST-CLASS SADDLE RIQQS.
Bll h'gy teail h $5 per day. Saddle howe, $2.50 per day.
Horses fed by day, week or month.
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Instruments sold at lowest figures and on
Address, W. B. Sparkman, Butte, Montana.
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