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(3. M. l'AYNK, - AXI» PKOI'KIKf - • Uni Satuhpay Morning, Feb. t), 18 ,Si). CIiOlTOH'S VIHUHACE. Clough, the President of the Idaho Council, has proven himself to hu des titute of all honorable impulses what ever, and he now has the finger of scorn pointed toward him by all decent jieople. Our correspondent writing from Boise, Tursdav morning, says: Clough's rulings have been simply itrugc'ouH. Member» if the Hailey ng went inside the railing and ueavored to convert memhets. I hey carried their indiscretion so far a 9 to walk up to Clough's desk to shake hands and laugh and talk with him— evidently congratulating him upon hin ruling» and giving him assurances of their support and friendship. Clough seemed to he much pleased with their demonstrations of friendship. It is now 2:80 A. M. and the Council Clough will not put 1 here are threats of ilepos 1 he feeding against Clough the is still in session, a motion, ing him. is very bitter, not only among leaders of Bingham and parts of Al turns, but among the people of Boite ___ KOLIDJ'WCTS. . _ . .. Tr A resolution passed the House, . _ 1 . a few days ago appointing a com . . . Vn if mittee. consisting of Bruner, Kurtz, ~ , » _ _ _ Sargcant, Mitcham ami Dellaven, . . to investigate certain allegations . ° ° . charging certain members of the ... . „ , House with being ofrered money to . . e 0 , ,. . . secure their votes for the division ofAlturas county, with power to summon witnesses and examine them under oath touching this mat ter. During the sessian of the Legi slature two years ago, money was not only offered, but actually paid members, if reports arc true, to vote, ' 1 . . . . not for, but against the d.v.ston of Alturas. Money was raised on Wood Hiver, and sends "quite few." to "fight division, money, of course, was to be placed where it would do the most good, and that certainly was in the hands »I That of members who had a hankering after chink, and voted for "revenue only." After the bill was defeated . Alturas men sent to the Capital to defeat division addressed a rousing public meeting at Hailey and hinted very strongly at the manner in , . , .. , , which it was done. The speeches were published in the Hatley papers, and one speaker said if any one in Hailey wanted to know just what methods were employed, and the - i ^ i i ii fine details of the work, he would accompanv him into some dark al . \ . • . , . « ley and let the eat out of the hag, or words to that effect. They rejoiced great ly over the dark work (which not very long remained in the dark) that was accomplished with coin, . 1 . Now that same crowd assumes an air of dignified honor, and proposes to expose acts that they are guiltj' of, and they no doubt stooped to far . , r . f , „• greater depths of infamy than itnis ? . 1 lonists, even if the latter have oiler cd money to secure votes. It the divisionists nre now offering money to win in a just cause, it is only f ... r . . .... ease of tit for tat. I he anti-divis ionists are paying them back in their own coin, arc working for their rights, ply that and nothing more, as is two or three times as large as it ought to be, and the people of the western portion are put to great expense and inconvenience whenev er they have business that calls them to the county seat, attendance at court, etc. They want a new coun The divisionists Kim Altur ty slieed from Alturas and their dciuand is just, and should bo grant If they are buying, or offering to buy votes for division, they are ed. offering money for what ought to be theirs without purshase. Western Alturas claims, and it looks reason able, that it is taxed principally for the benefit of Hailey. If the divis ion bill does not pass we will always believe thc money comes from the other side.—Idaho World, Feb 1st. FEE TEÏ7Î7 Yoi' XVH.vi' it» do." Oh if I were a Hallux itc; a Hailutu; a llallcyite. Ol» if I wore a Iiuilcvite, I would not tear my shirt. I'd rip and tear, and howl and Mure, And stamp and paw the dirt. ; S)H,aker flurkhurt. X hat I d dt». If ! was Speaker llurkhm If I xvati S|»eaker liurkhart, I'd U ll yo I'd crawl into wiine little hole; *ome hudy;ur hole, Some deep ami dark, and «lisinal hole and pull the hole in too. Lko Bfll Ihlk. The paliers on Wood Hiver have been fighting the hill dividing Al turns county, but ns yet we have failed to sec one argument advanced against it. _. against it have simply been a tirade of abuse of some member of the legislature, while one suggestion as to the disadvantage of a division has not been made.—Eagle ltock Kegi Most of the articles All parties indebted to J. M. Hagar hem by notified that they must pay such bills only to me. P. H. KINNEY * k • --J O a Slieiitl'of Alturas county. [ Mountain Home, Nov. 21, 1S8!'. etcr. NOTICE. are THE WAIt IN SA 510 A. According to nccounts from the Samoan Islands, the Hermans have not only made war upon the natives, , . . . , , , ; American nti/.ens and English sub jects for which they will doubtless but hdVe committed outrages upon he held accountable. There are the . j W() r ; va ] Chiefs or Kings kinds of atrocities upon the follow ers of the rival < humants and j American and English residents, , r . , . , 'Bone of the engagements with the natives the Germans are said to »...ye had twentv-two men killed I . .. ^ . . , , 'tnd o\er tillrt\ woundc*d, and that so exasperated them that they paid little if 1U)V attention to the ' j , „ ! of others m (heir attempt to retaliate upon the natives, and unless the Samoan correspondent of the news , , , , pupers, who has acquired notoriety on islands, each ( laimiug to be the legitimate monarch. The Germans have taken sides with one of those kings, and as his ally commit all rights as "the American named Klein," g rea |ly exaggerates the nets of the i Germans, it is possible that a war between them and the United States may result. . -. . , ... II Ins group of islands, which are , now given such prominence in the news of the day, are situated in the ... , P4 . , , South racine. I hey include nine . , , .. . . , , * . <. ... inhabited islands and hve islets, , . . . 1 the area being about 1,12 > square ., , , .. , miles, ami the population loss than 4() )K)( , Thc t . linmte is tho h a „ kind „ of tropical fruits ., . , , gro«i on the islands. I he natives are large in stature, their skin dark olive and their hair black and etjuable, ^ Thc are nolllina n y C hris tai nd all , an reatl an<1 writc .. . , r p. ' their own language, lhe principal tfJ uf , he aro a Mexico has a high protective tar u,!, \ l-ilior is So well protected there that in good tunes laborers are able to command wages equal to 2."> cents a dnv. It's a fact. cotton and coppra, the latter being the meat of the cocoanut, from which oil is made. ; , 1 Joe Low, who speaks twenty-four different languages and is a'n complished Spanish scholar, says, the right way to pronounce Marqua Jialu is \\ alker W aller, hut billy Lvle, who is just bnck from Arizona ; ' thnt (hir J ing tho Hrst wwk of h is stay they called it "Har-koo-ar Ilay-lar," with the accent on the "liar" and the "Hay." When he l-'ft everybody was calling the place a a-u bilk, with tho at font on j j_^ p Report. „„ . . , . . riie commonly accepted idea •i\ Voiuau » s ri gh t s" is the right vo te and hold public office. Worn an has rights that are far grander and wield a more potent inffuence titan a voice at the polls In tlu* dominion ot her home, there she ,. au n , if;n , upr( . luc . There should a j] )]ie womanly graces and virturcs In that sanetunrv hilJ he consecrated, p l M> 5as the riglit to train the ren that (iwl has entrusted to her , .. , , , care—a fearful, vet happy in blessed priviledge.' There she can gather lier children about her and ( say "these aro the jewels that God a K''en in my care for safe keep ing." If mothers teaeli their sons the b knowledge of truth to right and principle, it will matter little whether woman has thc b.Jlot or not. There is the secret of her pow er in the sanctity of home.—Kctcli iiiii Keystone. Know All Men! That in the course of limnaii events it sometime« occurs very foicibly to one that "self-preservatien is the first law of nature." This fuet h is struek me riglit ill the center of win re I live am! breathe und have my being. Tliere fore, know all men. hy these presents, BURNS (commonly that i. ('. W. eulled Boh), do hereby proclaim that ALL bills run witli me for meat, veg MI ST hereafter lie Remember etal'les, fruit, etc., SK I LLED MONTHLY, that, alter 80 days' time,! No Money, No Beef! C. W. BURNS. Mountain Home, Nov. 20, 1S8S. I ENTITLED TO THE It EST. All are entitled to the host that their money will buy, so every family should have, family cleanse bilious, bottles hy lit OliCT, ll Loltlu of tin b.-st Syrup ol Fig», to llit' Hy»Um when costive or For »;ilu in oOd ai li« I $1 (X) 11 leading druggists. ■dy, 1 * 1*111 j!2 MotlierM. Mi;s. Winslow's Soothing Svuur, f'»r children teething, is the pie crip Adviee l< ''«n <>f «me ot the Iasi, female nur 1111,1 l'l'.vsic.aus in the United Stal puh», cures dysentery gnpiug in the bowels, and witul-che. By giving health to the chihl it rests the mother, l'rice 2.V. a holde. SI* I lias been used for forty veins with never-failing success by millions of mothers fur their children. During if teething its value is in calculable. It relieves the child from and dianlme a 1 tlie process » l/js nau fn I nan I¥»cn 9 y to Loan On three to five year's mort) a tes on . . ,* , » f gutxl agricultural land after lira pro! is made. Lbmmon & B. ovk, Insurance, Real t state ai d Lo n Agents, Hailey, Idaho. ap2U Jc»b woik dune at this ofiiee. Voll often want to know what constitutes a ear load. Well, paste t!lirt yoUr |,at and you will have an answer handy. Nominally a It is also carload is 20 , 00 ) pounds. 70 barrels of salt. '.)(> of flour. fi t of whiskev, tM) sacks of Hour, ('»corda -„„p , M ,, r 2 u i„, u | 0 f ( , ltt!( ., 50 or (>') head ■f hogs, '.HI or 100 h'-wl of sheep, 9,000 feet of solid boards, 17,(XK) feet of siding, 111,000 feet of tlooring, 15,0(H) shingles, one half less of hard lumber, one-fourth less green lumber, one-tenth less of joist, scantling and other large tim 840 bushels of wheat, -100 of , , bar ley, -KM of corn, (»80 of .alts ooO V*. . ax h V \'V a PI , **S •» ° j'jf, 1 ' '* ° f " WWt l ,,,tat,,C!< ' Fashionable Dressmaking. Mrs. S. J. l'atlee, who has recently arrived from the Kant, woiiMIm* pleased to receive the patronage of the Indien ( d Mountain Home sind vicinity, Meat Market. .. . .. hers, oiiii'-made tlologue heinl-eheese, liver and Idooi and pure pork sausage kept eonstnutl) on hand at limns' Mountain Home usage, I puddings jj^ vn JJ MOUNTAIN HOME S T O R\E, Mas. J. Beaiuiy, M. 1)., Prop. f-JTPruHuriptloiw carefully prep Utl. i A full line of hrujfs, ami CliciuiclcH always i stock. Toilet ArtlelpH, CamI Ich, Nut«, et«;, ff«»r the million »'"■ SALOON AND BILLIARD HALL MAIN ST: MOUNTAIN Ilo.MK, IDAHO. Rikewine & Vanddr>oot, Proprietor The heat lmm«la of LIQUORS AND CIGARS ; ALWAYS IN STOCK. POOL AND BILLIARD to ■ —ALSO— the CHOICE WINES, ' Anti MINERAL WATER. IFIK8T CLASS TABLES You miss a treat if you fail to call. I A ac-ljKlfnQPQ a3]Qyn says, $£-,***"* v ^ vW à j of the he Kincaid •& Reed. - on to! Carl I'pmann's (Vlehrutcd . tlu* she BILLIARD HALL. Adjoining thc Klniorc IIoiinc, Mountain Homk It A HO. • Proprietors NEATEST SALOON IN TOWN. of BEST LIQUORS AKD CIGARS BOOUET CKtARS. A Nice, Ciimfoitiitile, Ciiiiunndious am! Convenient Clnl. Room Attached. t*w< ctfnlly soli« ito«l. patronage rosp lent to war« l ail. her can nl courtoouM treat I LODGINGS up stairs—clean and eoinfortable. .1 TiRUo PfllaCA * etAcIL»^ the A.ijuiiiinx tho Kimore Houm or A. J. DllUCF.. .Proprietor. All Kiu«l uf U«xhI Liquors / Ecyweat Cigai-s. it law me — A liOOtl SttH'k of— FINE WHISKEYS, —CUCKENH EIMER RYE WHISKEY — Specialty. v thing first -e-las*. tf-fTKv« oa'I. S' (i Idaho Stage Co. O. J. SALISBURY, Prop., lie j # JV1. HAtiAK, General Agent III N Mountain Home. Pine Grove and Rocky Bar. FAHR, RACH WAY, SHU»«. Carrie* r.u-ifi«- Kxpre Louve Mountain ll< Hitri«|n Ia'idu liiK'kx ILr at li u at Mount at l.mve*t lutes. at fi x. m. Duilv, uxucp'iu^ kx liar at (I M. Iktilx . , • VC at it • «lax ept Muiulax. Hi .• ilt M BIG APPLES fir r-*t Htrn k "i nrt - r ' to 1 or (X) FOREST TREES for Ti t in the xx.»rid. N :iiH» u Ail kind* <>f ami oltl K H, Forent »ITl.4llHTlt.ll 'I * au I Ml GRAPES ; 1 Small Fruit* at hard tin».;* I *...« Full i .slock. Tree* A paper d«; ali «»il.» 1 »il x u«l I Ull ^1 h lid plant* I ! !. ail cvialt: - • locatt :f the I iiiied Male UiieXv eile l. ce- for a »• I it ! ii ii 5 > .il f th fa« ill m. . 1 »,. j* <• «• ».ist to xUFhNl'KH .v Ç 'i^ScIhI At AUK •kt«. Nul» of NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION. l S. Land offh k. Ihn n. Idaho, herein yi vu filed I Pl*.rl Notie-«* h N»-ttlur ha* that tlie foil icu or hi* intention hi* el •»x* injf liaiue-«i t*> ui.tku timii l that wuil pr-H.f ««ill » I U* ■ r*< it ii J t.rUi fiicd i'ru. I». 5». .f-U7 lor the- N b 14 of N K It L(>, N 1-2 of N \N « 4 auctiol ac tion 21, tj- 4 li ti K. He iie-'Nu* lo |uvxt hi* uonliuuotu r» i e-ultixati«m of uai«i laud, xlx: f-iauk V il 1 , unit;U| Allwg I^. ull ot MouuLUu Home. l , , • . , . , . .. , f Any iHji-Hon who desircM to protuat u^ui/mt the al i„ wlu ,eTjuf »uch pro«»r. or wh.» know« m mix *u»-*tan ùn n ,iio»vd. Uli: lie ^nc nn u»>i»rnaiit:. ut tii ' > NN 14 «»f » NN 1-4 * the- IhIIoxx i wit Id Hi up » »1 « uL« it it 1 cl «huant «1 »rf. butt t oi t iuci mt HAlli-L. LL* , Be I m \ Follows tl,c u™ of Syrup uf logs, as it acts 8 y ° * KlDM'.YSj IjIVER ANT) JjOWKTjS I i: A h V- ' r> kgrrwm _ pTURESp LSA SÄNTlmilVE A Pleasing Sense of Health and Strength Renewed, and of Ease and Comfort \ Eflfectunlly Cleansing the System When Coslivo or Bilious, Dispelling Colds, Headaches and Fevers and permanently curing HABITUAL CONSTATATION without weakening or irritating the organs on which it act*. For Bale ln flOo nml S1.0I) Houle, by all Lsnltlng DriigulHl». M.VOTACTCRKD OM.V RV Tim I CALIPOENIA FIG SYRUP 00. San Fraxcieco, Cau Louisville, Kv., Kr.w York. X. V. 0. W. EURNS, I RIET« R OF— The Meat Market MOUNTAIN HOMK, IDAHO. i hand a y'x k! mipply of) Beef, Mutton, Pork, etc. Fish and Game in Season. ' I I SPRAGUE & GETZ. ARCHITECTS, Contractors And Builders.! MOUNTAIN HOMK, IDAHO. Ordar.WSolicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed NEW BAEBER SHOP Adjoining the Meat Market. N. B. RAT 11 BONE,.... I'uorniEToii. My motto 1 Sharp tool«, stritt nttrnth to III Bocght the Splendid HiGli ARM SIM i 8EV/8NC BECAUSE IT WA3 THE BEST» k'fi NSW THEY 10 . VINT 11 For It docs eneb beautiful Work* Sample Mechlne al Factory Prist. EVERY IACHINL WAEEiNTED TOE i YEAEL Apts Wanted in ünouenpied Territory. JU 1 IE MANÜFACTÎMG COL BELVIDERE. ILL. '1 Mi FAIJi i r pp ;t UlJ. P. J. SPENCER, Manager. J.OCATKl) DlHRCTI.V Ol'l'OSITH I'ASSFN OKU Dki ot. Stage i Leave Daily for Shoshone Falls HEADQUARTERS •Foi; — Touriste ami ('imi.iitTdil Travrlcrs. Lar^ 1 Sani] »K* Uooins. SHOSHONE, IDAHO. 9911 Acwliif.MarlilRr i ! trade in all pa pm.inr < ur nn rood* w-hr.-r 1 imnTh b Ca »J ids t tb* id. %%'itb All il «lwj s^rd Tr«*** oui coMly situ v -pi. I Hue uf ho lb d an my ■onih '"•x.ï.'c: v "fcfo id for *i»:t btebba pan ilia for SAO Best.wrong All ma. hi is ir» ibe world. All capital r«<juii*«;d. Fla br rid. thc ofw » of liipri A TUtUdLCO». Itut 110- Auiu*ta, Alulae* flic Palace Mirait r -AND BAKE RY. Mountain Home, : : Idaho. acts M A. GOMES,. . . . . PkoI'KIKTOI.'S. eveiivtiii.no new. °P < n Meal» it all Hour», on European plan, day and night. Fresh Oysters, every style. Fresh Fish for sale every Friday. Choice California fruits always hand. Oil all . t£T Al«o fresh Dread, PU ami Cakes. MANFUL tiO.MKS. sM Leonard House. ( 1 -tho. Glenn's Fei V. MBS. M. E. LEONARD, l'rop'r. Good Beds, and Plenty of Them Good Meals and fair treatment. DAY BOARD, ?f> PER WEEK Mustang Liniment Mexican Mubtang Liximknt cun*«P iles. OLD SUAKB, Calk I» lillLAATb, DiFLAIUUTlG«. « " ❖a CO U ! OB ~s B I* .£ «3 f-3 p ■ I " * 0 ° t /& co s# a iAS?& m nMf CO < 3 0-3 I yifât Wif B || CD |l L » S3 III 3 v. e= h CD B| V \fj>S u v »7S \# X Urn \u AUX ft'JA OJ njxnjr sjfvjijujij 'Av:mi\ri o'iVAs.ijt mtdixhjj IU9UIIUH 3ue|sn|j| S. J. FRIEDMAN, HAILEY,. .IDAHO. Dealer in DRY GOODS, 11 CLOTHING, i Gents' Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Oileloth, etc. Gloves, I.aees, etc. Orders t>y mail promptly tended to. COL G. M. PAYNE. NOTARY PUBLIC And Convicyanckk. UlJ. REAL ESTATE AND Falls Collection Agency Mountain. Hot v, Idaho. C'orriH|»oii«k*n«e olicited, .«I eliahlt information rahle land* fo I haxc «nine very «le» title* to Mills, at ver a ipiurttT mile of the sale in <pian nre*, «situated oiiahl. ti^ ; with! Apply before I hex ailvi ce to douhle tho present I (!. M. l'AYNK, Kcal F.*L.U Ai;i-ut and r dlc-tor. liante and Valley Olli« «•. NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TIUN. .and Of fick at l'.< ineC'itx, Idaho De-« « tiil> r t Noti'-c is hrre-hy ix »*ri tlmt lhe lo.lowiu *e-ttlt r ha* lilcd u i t- of hi* iii'e'iitimi to in. proof ill Mi|»t»ort >1 hi* claim, and that *aid ] ke t.nal »f ail! atie Itt-f« re* rlevi*te-r and It« at Uni*«- t i M< ml»«, Fehruarx II, !,•«*•.», I. x» ho m;ul«- II. K. No. 1J1II Pu the bW •2 and N 1-J NW 1-4 and h\V I I MV toAu*hip 7 HOiith of raotfc I» east. I it in***-* to pro I «-iiltivatioii <> Crab!», (j urge Harxev, John T Vallcx, und IN. K. llama of Jk»i Idaho. Stii« uli SNV 14 *eetl' 1-4 *cvtion 'i limit • the t iz: J.dt I hi* ■•until: «1 land, x t-r, all kloilfC- up ho Chat! Itruiu Any |ierHGii xiho deffres to protect againnt the al lu mu-h proof, v «Luitial reason, ttmlur the laxx and tlie regulation» the Interior l»e-i«urtiiit-nt, why vtie-h proof »honki uut lie* al.uaud, will he- gixen art op)K>rtunitv at the ul*>\e i Mentioned time* ami place to «ros-erxnmiiid the xx it •1 to offer e*x Ulcticc iin rt ho know* of a-iv • ■I for ne-iwc* of *'>i«l u'.-titij buttd «i that a i **.tc l > \ ■ l.iimmit ■ t. thc 11 XI. UN r.FLFY. ! riKter. j lllo He If rich & Miller, - DEAÎ.KRS IN I General Merchandise. MITCHELL WAGON DEPOT. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, ïvon, Steel, Nalls, Horse SIioos. Carpets, Wall Paper. Groceries and Dry Goods. All Orders Entrusted to our Cure will l»e Promptly Attended to. ! : ! COMMERCIAL j HOTEL CALDWELL, MRS. M. COLLINS, Pro'r. IDAHO Since assuming control of this elegant O. S. L. llnilwuy Hotel at Caldwell, Mrs. Collins has caused it to be remodeled, renovated and refurnished throughout, making it FIRST-CLASH IN EVERY PARTICULAR. OVER 40 WELL FURNISHED ROOMS Connnodious Hamplc Rooms for commercial travelers. JOHN MITCHELL'S Livery and Feed Stable, AND CITY HAY SCALES, MOUNTAIN HOMK, IDAHO l-frKcc|*s Uonstitntly in KcadincsM'if 1 BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST-CLASS SADDLE RIGQ8. Buggy team, Ik à jier day. Saddle horse, £".50 per (lay. Horses fed by day, week or month. Having purchased the above pro|>erty of (ieo. \Y. Kthcll, l solicit the put ton age of I tny friends and the public generally. John Mithikll. \ ll I. SÏÏS2] j THE BEST SPRING RlOßHS, BOSSIES l AND — R.O-Ä.D CARTS THE BEST FARM WAGON i s: mm IN THE MARKET . - Send for Catalogue and Price List at Jish Bros. Wagon Co., RACINE. WIS. W. B. SPARKMAN, :<C A r rj.wwB SS M ^ n 1 ■N w". i.: 14 fe ' «M . I* iz: of ! Northwestern Manager and Traveling Salesman f«»r USTY & CAMP, the Reliable! PIANO and ORGAN ot v Maiinfaeturers. v terms Instruments sold at lowest figures ami on Address, W. P-. Sparkman, Butte, Montana. : a^ j f*