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all ed to " came TERMS OP STIWCRIFTION: Om ymt by raoll (tamyrtaUy In nIwm). 18.00 "" ,l.#n .00 RAILWAY TIUC-TARLK. freight West bound. M 6 A8 a. ». U. L ALLEY, Agent. Saturday, Jan. 5,188°. Welcome 1889. Cool and bracing weather the past week. Mountain Home is very solemn choly at present. Rev. G. Buzzelle came in yester day from Weiser. Billy Cooper from Oreana, is vis iting his parents here. The Rocky Bar telegraph line —continues to do good business. The Union Pacific will build out of Ontario in the spring, so says the Atlas. Tbs Alturas oounty Commission ers will meet at Hailey on the 14th instant "Home first; the world afterwards" Is a good motto for this community toaoopt The woman beater is the most cowardly and despicable man on God's footstooL We noticed Msjor Cavanah and Sheriff P. H. Kinny among the ar rivals yesterday. Rev. G. Buzzelle will hold divine service in the school house next Sun day morning and evening. The Ladies Guild will meet at the residence of Mrs. E. C. Helfrich., on next Wednesday afternoon, Jan, 9th. John Steadman came down from Rocky Bar on his way to the Pacific ooast for the benefit of his health. The wages of the section hands efrn g the Short line have been re duced from $1.75 to $1.45 per day. Good old "Dutch Fred down from Pine Grove Wednesday to take a position in Bob Burns' meat market. In order to arrange tho school house according to contract of car penters, school will not reopen till the 14th instant. Oliver Sloan returned from Kan City, Missouri, Wednesday morning, where he had been to dis pose of a band of horses. Arthur Neal, a prominent mining man of Pine Grove, spent New Years day in Mountain Home, He has gone on a visit to the Capitol. The cattle are standing up noblv this winter, and everything indi cates that they will pull through in better shape than for many years. We are indebted to J. P. Camp bell, Sergeant-at-Arms in the Coun cil for the receipt of a copy of the bills introduced in the Legislature. The eclipse of the sun on New Year's day came so near being to tal here that the gloom and daft ness caused the chickens to hunt their roosts. The Mountain Home Brass Band was reorganized last Wednesday night, the boys hope to have the crack band of the territory in a short time. "Is marriage a failure?" is the question now revolving in the minds of several couples who have been united in the holy bonds moay in this vicinity within the past few months. The county seat of Elmore should not be mentioned in the bill for its organization. We want nothing to occur that will cause disBention in our ranks. Let that be an after con sideration. Go for division first, and all pull together to that end. T. Hutchins returned from Boise City Wednesday. He feels confi dent that Empire Alturas will be divided. He also reiterates the prediction that we shall have a mild, wet winter. We hope he will call the turn on both propositions. On Sunday night December 30th. 1888, the wife of Stage Superintend ent R. C. Watson presented him with a 12 pound boy baby. This was a very appropriate and appreciative New Years present to Mr W. and the young man was immeadiately ■worn in as special stage agent for Lime Creek station. of matri Maroni Johnson has received a present from the old folkB at homo that pleases him more than anything he ever received from a Christmas 1/ tree when a kid back in Iowa. It is a photograph of the old homestead with his mother, sister, brother-in law and other relatives in tho fore round. That picture is sure to be nely framed and hung up in the parlor for general inspection. Hon. John 8. Lewis (Uncle Dick) of Three Creek, Owyhee county lias met with another-serious misfor tune, we are very sorry to learn. A messenger arrived here Wednes day to secure the services of Dr Smith, Btating that Mr. Lewis had had a leg broken by a kick from horse. Dr. Smith could not leave his patients here, and the messeng er returned with the intention of bringing Mr. Lewis to Mountain Home for surgical aid. Uncle Dick is quite old and wc fear this last accident will result seriously. a The Division of Âlturas. The Bulletin again appeals to all unprejudiced, honest, highmind ed legislators now assembled at Boise City, to do the down-trodden people of Western Alturas justice by cutting them loose from the Wood River section and establish ing the county of Elmore. A few weeks ago this paper set forth the grievances of our people in as plain and concise a manner as pos sible, and a copy was mailed to each honorable Senator and Assem blyman. We do not deem it necessary to reiterate those words. We ask all members who are not susceptible of being influnced by the Hailey sack to consider our ap peal solely from the standpoint of justice to our people. We ask them to remember that the voting population (as evidenced by the last election) is much larger than eight or ten of the now organ ized counties of Idaho. We ask them to consider that the taxable property within the bound aries of the proposed county of El more reaches a larger Bum than that of a majority of the counties now organized, and that we are abundantly able to maintain such oounty and to pay the debt we may incur from the old county as our burden of its profligacy and dis honesty. We beg you to understand that we come to you with cleau hands and honorable proposals only. That we have no hired attorney nor unprincipled lobbyists to aid our cause. That we have no army of county officials drawing princely salaries, to annoy you and to try and prevail upon you to not heed our prayer, in order that they may continue to feed and fatten from the crib sup plied by the poor tax-ridden people of Empire Alturas. We beg you to remomber that it is a common boast of the press and people of Wood River that Alturas county now does and shall continue to rule the whole Territory—politic ally and otherwise—and that you will be doing the people of your own counties great injustice if you do not "scotch" the venimous reptile that is entwining its hungry body around your own hearthstones. Give us a new county, that we may be able to reach the county seat at all seasons of the year. Give us a new county, that we may reach its county seat during summer in less time than three days, and at less expenses than $100 to each individual compelled to at tend court. Give us a new county, that we may repair our roads with the rev enue paid by our people for that purpose, but which is now unjust ly used toward building bridges on Wood River and improving (no roads of other sections than that of Western Alturas. In short, gentlemen of the Idaho Legislature, be just, and fear not the wrath of the selfish Wood River people, and you will thereby not only make the good people of Western Alturas happy, but can re turn to your homes with clear con sciences and the approval of your own constituents. Or of on re till in the to the a the the its to in be a was and for "Gaddi," formerly of this place took his departure for parts un known last Wednesday night, he took an east-bound side door Pull man. a is be the lias Dr had of this THE NEXT SOCIAL HOP. The next and second fortnightly social dance by the Odd Fellows of Mountain Home will take place on Thursday evening, the 10th inst., at their hall. The first of this ser ies of dances was an unusually pleasant affair, and there is no rea son why each succeeding one should not bo equally so. Good music will be on hand and every thing done within the power of the committee for the comfort and pleasure of the guests, and as these socials arc given for the purpose of neatly furnishing the Odd Fellows' Hall, we hope to see a large turn out. Tickets only 41-50. a G. M Payne, Notary Public. the the to the very us; will but to am go of A recount of the ballots cast in San Francisco at the recent election . . . . , T . i „„„ _ _ „ is being taken. It discloses some high-handed rascality at the hands of the election officers,. It is no , . , ., . ,, thing more nor less than that these rascals gave tho votes to whom they pleased regardless of tho names . . ,, . ... e the ballots. The unearthing of these frauds will change the re suit aB firBt announced in many IN MEMORY OP LITTLE IDA. daughter or aa and mhs. wu howkll. to it do we we at we on of of re Haoiii McDonald 1*h«lt*. Drear Pros! hath claim«! the And from the Winter*! weary hours Their briftitnexs all hath flown. And though we look with saddened eyes O'er lardmapes whore the white snow llee. Or tee-bound brooks and leaden skies» Why should the heart make moan. Por know we not the Winter's gloom Shall fade in spiring-Ume's Joyous The earth awake from sleep And likewise doth our grieved hearts know Earth's fairest flowers that bloom below, Death claims, and they are first to go, And we are left to weep. Yet not u tho» who» hop« Be hhl Beneath the poll ind coffin Ud, For, oh. how well w. know, Though tenre m»y blind the »hin* «X«, That they within Ood*. pwndtae Beyond the gloom of dewth uiM Smut. Irani «rthly woe. And ah. o'er whom thy grieved heute' mow Tbua rarty tram Uie treelJe «ovo It ta not death but sleep, That lock, her In lie eweet embrace. For look: on that wgellc tarn Whore tan hath left no venomed trace, The little feet no mom eh»ll climb. Along Urn rugged pethe of time, Kuth'e cense and Borrow, o'er. Er« ehe had tanned the woe and etrife With which ml «rthly lota we rife, On the eternal »bora. Criere not. Amid oMrnel bower, Sh* bloom, the talrert of Ood', (lower,, Where pain may vex no aura, She holds the golden That lead, time to that heavenly land When lore «hall claap love'e waiting hand, **9ot dead, but gone before." Th* Willows, Dee. I«, 1888. election frauds. on cases. If what we hear be true, the de lectable precinct called Bellevue, on Wood River, five miles below the mining center called Hailey, at the last election went San Francisco better in the election swindle. one not only the sworn judges of elec tion there took a hand, but the reg istry agent, it is said, kept his office running all day, illegally manufacturing voters of his own pol itical faith on the end of a saloon counter, and while said saloon was openly violating the law pertaining to the sale of liquors on election day. If these reports are true it îb sur prising that some of the swindled Democrats have not demanded a re count and cause the fraudulent precinct to be thrown out. Such action would be sweet re venge for Mountain Home upon those odoriferous and dishonorable geraniums who so basely deceived us at Bellevue on election day. The latest invention to hang in the family dining-room is the gum board. It is a neat little circular board, decorated or plain, fastened to the wall. The names of each of the family are painted on the cir cumference, and marks the spot where the gum is left until wanted. This saves carrying the gum to bed and getting it in one's hair or swal lowing it in the night. It is obvious that the gum board supplies a long felt want, and he who invented the new fad will have the best wishes of the young ladies. BEAT RAILROAD TIME. Last Sunday evening John L. Strickland and others of Bruneau valley arrived in Mountain Home from Boise City, having made the trip by team in just eleven hours. Other Bruneau parties who left the Capital by rail at 4 o'clock the same morning that Mr. S. and party did only reached here at 1 o'clock that night. Of course all this time is consumed at Nampa waiting for the east-bound train. The wagon roads are represented as being in splendid condition, aud unless the Idaho Central makes better connection with the Oregon Short Line very soon, teams will be brought into requisition generally by people from this section who wish to visit Boise City. Mr. Springer, of Illinois, intro duced in Congress, a joint resolu tion' for the admission of Idaho and Arizona. Harrison did not have a major ity in Indiana. His minority in his own State is just 10,227 votes, as shown by the final count. he of on the of TnAvsLEiu m Europe »ocra to unite in a» daring that Vienna, of all tho capitals, has the most beautiful women. There is a mixture there of the types of East and West, of North and Bouth, and radiant blondes, with flashing dark eyes, are as numerous as red-hooded girls in Fhiladet phia. Wood for Sale. Good, large sagebrush wood at 45.50 per cord delivered. Apply to T. Lynch, Drayman. Get Good Pumps. Johnson A Sprague have received a Dumber of U. S. Patent Wood Pumps. They are the most durable and best pumps made for wells and wiudmills. Send in your order early, or you may get left. dl» tain The Mountain Home Bulletin, with the flippancy and irrelevancy cl.arac teristic of moat of the alleged newa- . paper, of Alturaa county, states that ® f . the statement published in the Time«, to Ute effect that the Hon. John Van the Schaick, the Rocky Bar member of the House of Representativea, waa not very strongly in favor of county di- have vision himself, "is a libel." The '1 inies now. corres pondent got his information from Mr. Van Schaick himself. His wiu words were substantially as follows : "I know that tho proposed new county will not bo of much benefit to us; that,as far aa I am concerned, U will not only not benefit ine a particle, but will hurt me. Our taxes are bound beet to be higher than at present, and I am going to bo bothered by officials to tho go on their bonds. I 1 on also kuow that there is some rivalry in Western Alturae aa to the county scat; very but wo of Rocky Bar think that we thl8 can get away with it. We like the people of Hailey and we like that town. When we go there the people treat us cordially, politely, and like old friends. We find there hotels that are superior to almost anything in that tity line in the Wert. Freight from Ha. ley is 11-4 t° 1 • 1 - cents from Mountnin Home. If ilie railway which will undoubtedly be built acroea Camas Prairie some time tn were in operation now, «o that we could get to and from Hailey at all seasons without having to travel at great expense, I would not counten ançe the projioeition for a new oounty. But as the case stands it costs so much lo go to Hailey to attend court hat it amounts to a denial of justice to many . of us. And I have known of many cases wherein Uie amount involved, which was much higher, was reduced to $300 in order to get it into our jus »ices' courts. For the' sake of these people I will support division, and en to .^e it." i These words do not indicate a very enthusiastic support of the division scheme. If they do we are greatly M to the value of words, But we do not expect the Bulletin to «call its charge of libel, as that would e be admitting error ; and we have yet ^ ^ „ uc j, an admission in the Bulle tin.—Hailey Times, It is needless to says that the above is clipped from one of the greatest and most noted journals of the earth and its editor is univer ROW HE LOOKS AT DIVISION. Bally conceeded to be a man of deep and immense brain, but whose un fortunately actions sometimes "go down" to a greater depth of deprav ity than the brains could reach. Of course it makes the Bulletin feel very bad indeed to be classed as an "alleged newspaper" by this great luminary Hailey (and Hailey is the whole world in a bubble), but we bopo to survive the terrible ac cusation. But to return to our meat; The cor respondent mentioned above is nono other than the great editor of the "best paper on earth" himself. If Hon. John Van did or did not make the statement quoted he should tell his constituents so. No living man ever accomplished any good for his people in legislative halls by pro claiming himself astraddle a fence on any question. It is the positive man that accomplishes what he goes for. It is to be hoped the Hon. John Van will silence this great man at Hailey or acknowledge that the aforesaid God of Hailey is cor rect. in of L. is in as Every mau in this part of tho county knows that freight was hauled from Mountain Home last summer for from 1 to li cents per pound. And every man of common sense knows that with a new county, with officers at low salaries and fees, the taxes of Elmore would be much less than they ever will be with the high salaries and dishonest groove in which Alturas county is run. Gentlemen of the Legislature, by all means give us a new county. The boundary of the proposed county of Elmore, as we understand it will commence at the intersection of Boise, Custer and Alturas, follow ing the division ridge of the Sawtooth range to Mattingly creek, thence down Mattingly creek to Big Smoky, thence due south crossing Camas Braire on the township line between Corral creek and Soldier, leaving Corral Creek in the new county, thence south west to Snake River, taking in Toponis and the ranches of Jas. Otterson, S. C. Frost, G. R. Woodworth and Gooding Bros. NOTICE. All those knowing themselves in debt to me must settle by tho 15th of Jan uary, as I will turn my books over for collection. Fair warning and last call A. J. Bruce. ing. A PLEASING SENSE Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, os it acts in harmony with nature to cflectually cleanse the system when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c and 41-00 bottles by all leading druggists. a Fletcher A Simpson, Dealers in Family Groceries, Grain, Tobaccos, Dry Goods, Blankets, Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Mountain Home. a Money to Loan On three to five year's mortgages on good agricultural land after final proof Lemmon A Boone, Insurance, Real Estate aud Loan Agents, Hailey, Idaho. is made. ap20 The Caldwell Tribune and Moun tain Hi me Bulletin of last week, suggested our name for the office of Governor of Idaho at the expiration . ® f . the ter,n Stevenson. >\e ftilly appreciate the kind remarks made by thoee papers touching our fitness for the station, and will say that while we have not sought the position, we do now. Should the honorable dis tinotion of Governor fall to us, wo wiu fed highl „ honorod . T . , r, . . , , it is said that the lands along Snake river, and tn all the valleys leading out of the foothills of this county, are admirably adapted for beet culture, if water can only bç brought on the land. If such bo tho case, and water can be brought on these sagebrush lands, there is a , . ... . . .J . very bright future for the whole of thl8 , country, and fortunes to be "»»de in the raising of beets, of which sugar can be made. In less than a score of years the counties bordering on Snake river in this territory, will be noted for the quan tity of beets cultivated, and tho BUper ior quality of tho sugar manu factured therefrom. Evon now a - . - ,, manufactory for sugar would pay tn this territory, if there were any thing to cheaply manufacture sugar from. Beet culture will come to the front, and BUgar manufactures will bo establish within ten years, or just so soon as wa te r can 6e brought on the sage it brush plains of Ada, Alturas, Cas . / , , ' f*»- Owyhee and other counties "ordering on bnako river. It is only necessary to have a loader m the cultivation of beets for sugar purposes, when others will follow in the same pursuit.—Owyhee Ava i anche , to of tastic erring the the to of of thàt in an has men us the is in this territory in id It ww very »lippery walking when, arv cording to hla own account, a native of tho Emerald Into fell down four time* before ho could got up onco. "You don't moan to aav that you under stand French, Tommy I" "Oh, yea, I do. Whon ma and pa speak French at too, I know I'm to havo a powdor." "Pot luck," my son, la whoc yon hold' nlno elevated and boost it up on tha olhor follow with a monarchic trio, and tho other follow noglocU to materialize. Bntnoirr—" Enjoy slapo, i, ltt How could I, I'd liko yei to toll me ; the minit I lay down I'm asloop, an' tho minit I'm nwako I have to got up. Where', tho Umo for en joyin' It to oorno ln I" "I* y oca vessel your homo I" asked a lady addressing a man-of-war's-min. "It Is, ma'am," replied tho seaman, "in timos of poaco, but when wo' re in close acUun we're only boarders." Ha Is either a very gm*l or a very self possessed young man who doesn't turn lnoro colors thau tho huos in a crazy quilt, when his poBsiblo futhor-in-law asks him to say graoo at the family tublo. City young woman at tho caltlo show, sipping soino aumyss—" What a delicious drink, Ooorgo. Is it made from tho product of tho grapo-vino!" Oeorgo —"No, my lovo; It's mudo from tho product of tho bo vine." in un "go Of feel an is but ac cor the If tell his pro he cor "I do not think, madam," said a husband when taking Ids wife to task, "thatany mau of tho least sonso would approve of j your conduct." haps you are tho best judge of what poopla of the least souse would da" Sir," »he replied, " por He that whoopeth up his own business in the newspaper shall reap a bountiful supply of golden shekels. He that rcadetli tho ad vertisements and profiteth thereby, shall have plenty of this world's goods for a small portion of his filthy lucre. Quite a numder of our towns-poo ple attended tho dedication of Son na's new Opera House in Boise City lust Thursday night, among whom wo noticed W. J. Turner and wife, Gus Rikewine and wife, F. P. Ake and wife, Messrs Bruce, Shaw, Brownell, Vanderpool, and Misses Thomas, Barber and Stull and Mrs. Pattec, and Mr. Lockman and wifi, also ye Editor. gS^Home-mado Bologne sausage, head-cheese, liver and blood puddings and pure pork sausage kept constantly on band at Burns' Mountain Home Meat Market. tho was last per and be be is Know All Men! That in the course of human events it sometimes occurs very forcibly to one that "self-preservation is the first law of nature." This fact has struck me right in the center of where I live and breathe and have my being. There fore, know all men, by these presents, that I, C. W. BURNS (commonly called Bob), do hereby proclaim that ALL bills run with me for meat, veg etables, fruit, etc., MUST hereafter be SETLLED MONTHLY. Remember that, after 30 days' time, by R. No Money, No Beef! C. W. BUBN 8 . Mountain Homo, Nov. 20,1888. Hlolen Horne.. I have lost over forty head of horses, some branded thus: 9-6 on left thigh (figures 9 and 6 connected); this brand has probably been changed so as to represent a double-heart, other horses are branded 7 on left shoulder. For information that will lead to tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties for stealing any horses with the above brands I will pay 4100 re ward ; and also 45 each for tho recov ery of any of said horses. for call The and of the For all E. A. Hawley. Howe P. O., Alturas County, Idaho, November 28, 1888. Faxhiunable Dressmaking. Mrs. S. J. Pattec, who lws recently arrived from the East, would be pleased to receive the patronage of the ladies of Mountain Home and vicinity. Two Houses for Rent. Two dwelling houses for rent on on reasonable terms. Apply to Alec. Bruce. Mountain Home, Dec. 1,1888. Job work done at this office. • city is in Mothers, when you wield the fan tastic slipitcr, deal gently with your erring boy. You may be rapping on the spinal column of a president of the United States or a grave and re verend senator. In the behalf of American statesmanship, we appeal to you not to weaken the backbone of that which may be the main stay of the ship of state in troublesome times. Smack him on the jaw and diminish his cheek. A compound.has been discovered thàt will sober up a drunken man in ten minutes. So we learn from an exchange, which says that tho question arises, will tho man who has spent a week's wages to get. drunk, care to loose his load so sud denly? Of all the mean things said by men to and about women commend us to that crahlied parson who told the sisters of his flock that "Christ appeared first to women after tho resurrection, just so the news might spread faster." Mr. Edison, the famous inventor, is said to bo immensely pleased with his new baby. Ho is now at work on an ingenious electric ap paratus which will carry a baby's squall noiselessly off and drop it & mile or two from the house. lore Small clerk—"Fader, shentlenian in de store vants to know if dot all vool, nonshrinkable shirt vill shrink." Proprietor—"Does id fid him?" "No, id is too big." "Yah, id vill shrink."—[Ex. Phelps (Rep.) been (fleeted to C or Is shown to have Congress over Clu nio (Deni.), in the Fifth Congress ional District in California. I a my bo Helen Mathers the English auth oress, wroto tho novel which made her reputation in the hoiie of bring ing back her lover, who had left her in a fit of anger. Fred Wright who had his leg broken last woek, is getting along as well as could be expected. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lam® OrPlt'i at Bois» City, Mohn. becemtM'r 29,1888. jflvun that thu following named Ice of hi» intention to make final 1 that »aid proof will made before Ht-gUtcr and Receiver at Holde Ulty, Monday, February 11, 188«, vis: John L Notine Is hereby settler has died not proof in support of hi» claim, Idaho, Strickland, who made II. K. No. 1294 for tho SW 14 SW 1-4 section 28 and N 1-2 NW 14 and 8\V 14 NW 1-4 section 20, towuHhip 7 Houth of range <; east. IIo name» the following wiinotse» to provu hi» continu ous residence upon und cultivation of, Maid land, viz: Chari*» Cruhh, (Jeorgu Harvey, John Turner, all of Hruneau Valley, and W. E. Harri» of Uui»u City, Idaho. Any pei»on who desire» to protest against the al lowance of such proof, or who knows of any »ub »tantial reason, under the law and the regulation» of the Interior Department, why »ueii proof Khould not ho allowed, will he given an opportunity at tho altove mentioned time and pluec to cro»H examine tho wit nesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence »in re buttal of that submitted by claimant. Jan 5 Haklmn I'bfli.y, Uegister. of j TRY TIIE PERKINS, THE NEW ad his Ake W im Mill. Q. R. JAMISON. Agent for Idaho Territory for the Celebrated Perkins Wind Mill Manufactory Of MISHAWAKA, Ind. The Perkins Wind Mill Is j'liarantoed to t»o a good, durable, »«If rcjulutiiig miw hiue, built in a »uhstan , and not to blow down utile»» the tower go«» with it, or against any wind that doe» not dis able j'ood substantia! buildiii*;» iu the vicinity, and I agree to furnish such port« .is may be repair, os above warrant, for the term of 'agnize nor be Mal .«»ary to year, responsi but the ('om)iaiiy will not ble for anything not embraced in this warranty. REFERENCES— Studebaker Bros. Wagon Manu factory, South Bend, Ind.: Wilburn Wagon Company, Toledo, Ohio; Hawley Bios. Hardware Co., San Francisco. I am now prepared to receive orders for these celebrated Windmills. They are the strongest aud most durable of any ever introduced in Idaho. For particular«, address U. R. JAMISON, Mountain Home, Idaho. it one law me and that veg be SUCCESSOR TO J. M. HAGAR. MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. —Dealer in— FurniturE . Of all kind, including Parlor and Bedroom Sets. this so left to re STOVES. Cooking, Coal and Wood Heating Stoves. CROCKERY and Glassware, Commission and Storage Business Mountain Home, Nov. 20, 1888. •SS MM Gold WatA.I t »«IdfovgIM.'MtIlUtoly. i taotsd. Ussvy I Hid |SUM' fliSM, with work* on cslUy can Mein Urf« ud val of Ho«»elMBi4 tofr**Aer w noble lias Sanplfi. Tta. uBiplM, u well M the weich, wo tend Fr««, ead after yoe havo kept I la f*ar kern for • month» ead ebowa thorn to thorn who MolBfo DR. WM. P. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND S UEO KOI», • MoanUin Home, Idaho. H.OII 01 ont door to EUnir. Corner DrogBtON C.H» promptly »Mended to, day or night, in both city and country. & mhl6 BOMBS BTVUs. , j ENSIGN * STULL. Attorneys and Counselors At Law, MOUNTAIN HOME An> HAILEY, Idaho. D. E. WALDRON. Attorney At Law, ROCKY BAR, IDAHO. Will praetteo in all tho courts of the Territory. Patents for mining claims procured. Bruner, Parsons & Bruner, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO. Practice In ell the Courte of tho Terfltorr end be* lore tho U. a Loud Office. al GEO. W- BRIZEE. Attorney At Law,'; ROCKY BAR, IDAHO. Petent, for mining claim, obtained at raaeooabta D. W. FIGQINS. M.D Physician and Buroeon, HAILEY, IDAHO. I nrsntlre whorever called within Alturas county the hue of the Oreg*>u Short Une Railroad. F. I». ANDREAS, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, PINE GROVE, ALTURAS OOUNTY, IDAHO. C. IV SHA-W, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO, Collectloim promptly attended •A.. SINNOTT, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, GLENN'S FERRY, IDAHO. All kinds of legal documents carefully drawn up. L- VINEYARD. • ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO. Will or on leg final will Ulty, L 14 NW IIo viz: of City, al »ub of not altove wit re G. M. PAYNB. Notary Public, Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. O. X.. WALL, Justice of the Peace a«h Notary Public, MOUNTAIN HOME, ID H( A specialty of collections and ma -«is before th* United Status IauuI Office. JAMES EDWARDS & CO. STOCK BROKERS, Room 24 Gay llulidiii^, Third and Fine »to. ST. LOUIS, MO. Municipal Bonds, Miscellaneous Securities and dcl2pdly Mining Stocks. Z. N. IIUNGERFORFS (NEW BAHN,) LIVERY, FEED <fc SALE STABLE. good, tower dis and Fine Turnout» and Low Price*. to year, Manu San WM. KUNNECKE, BOOT AND 8HOEMAKER, New building, next to Hulhich & Milieu's store. They of Mountain Home, Idaho. Repairing neatly done and promptly attended to. olfi Nuw Brick and Stono Structure, Lighted by Elect tricity. Incandescent Lights and Electric Bells in Every Room. Headquarters for Commercial Men, Mining Men and Tourists. E. W. JOHNSON. ARTHUR SMITH. The Alturas, STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS SMITH & JOHNSON, - - Proprietors. HAILEY, IDAHO. Fresh Milk. I am pruparwl to furnish pure fresh milk to any «art of Mouutaiu Homo—delivered twico * day. Milk ticket* for sal*—to be paid for iu advance. A. JOSEPH. »I* $10 Reward. STRAYED from the range near Lee'» ranch, on* dark brown MAKE, flve y«ara old, with whit« spot forehead and branded 3[ 3 on »tifles. When the mare wo» heavy with foal. Th« abov* reward will be paid for the delivery Q. M. Payne, Mountain Home. U»t of the mare to WM. OARRETY. HALLIDAY WIND-MILLS. -AND— STANDARD MAKES OF PUMPS -AT— LIVING PRICES! Â3T Write for rates and tenu*. **$ J. K. LOVELACE, Glenn's Ferry, Idaho. work* JIM OARROLL, House and Sign Fainter val u tend kept thorn Mountain Homo, Idaho. All kind* of paintlutf doue iu ûrvt-o!*** My!*. Ob 1er», »elicited. *1 m