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I ; j tamed Every Morning, except Monday. -AT tÿf.TCHLM, ALTUKAS CO., IDAHO. GEO. J. LEWIS, - Editor HATUi l'AY. JULY 19, 1884. SU PRO BONO PUBLICO fConnuunJeittert.j From th • numher of Inquiries we regiinUngthe Ri'iglstriitii ii law, ev idmlfiy th ■ m»ss of 'lie people hardly understand its object. In most of the Wales and Territories ; l*e of the Ui ion a law Is in force requiring qjjj would lie voters to register their names with the jpoper official on or lie fen» a »lay certain; usually from ten days to iw,, weeks before the day of election. Up« ho has never had such « law until one , was i«,a*ed at the last session of the ; Legislature «if this Terrritorv, and it went into * ffuct in Alum«* county on the Ihth Inst, f Under the law as it new read*, all par squ* who will have been actual resl of the Territory 4 months and the •minty 30 days uext preceding the duy of the next ensuing election are entitled to vote. j 1 The Register books close in Kotolmru at 4 f M. on tb«b21*t «lay of Octolicr, A. D 1884, Alt persons win»«« names are t*«Hi tutete«) ou the Register by that date will find in November that they cannot vote when they go to the prills. Euch and every person applying to be regia- ' tored must give bia full uume, bin age, i residence und place of birth; and, If a foreigner, mutt state where and when he wade application to become a citizen of, the United State*, and must take an «lafli stating that he is a citizen of the Uni od State«, over 21, and turn been in th«» Territory and comity the time above . «et forth. On tlie day of election a copy of the oillciul Register, null ul«o tally Hate will be made out mid deposited ! tYd-h the Judges and clerk of election, j «end all persons whose mimes appear on Hist record Will he entitled to vote, and «11 olln r* be deprived of their right to 1 the elective franchise. This mode of registration has been found necessary for the prevention of fraud and w ill be strictly adhered to. We would advise citizens to go early und lie registered, us it will save much unnecessary work to the register at the lust moment. No- j ■ tices have Ih>«*ii duty posted informing the public w here to go, anti we have pub lished tho boundaries of this prooinet, so tdl should be informed, and ready to take advantage* «if tin» opportunity of fend. î I ! j j Allura* county this year will probably 1 poll a larger vote than ut the lust elec tum,, and a* we have tauie important ; county to lUl, it ml u S^Iegnto to Gottgrrumi io elect* il tu the duty of nil respective g}Hsi ciUeeus to register to the end that when election day uume« the partie* «halt not be deprive«! of the «up punt ul I heir follow er*. While we residents of Idaho are out *Jd«* the charmed oircle of Slat«**, ami s«> h«»e u«> voitHi in the great nuUout.i election, »till, we should feel a keen In- ! terest ia home uifiurs, aud «io our beat to elect gisal men to administer tin* home rule under which we live, and iu ti . .»«. .. < „ . ... _ i î the section of country wh«*re we huv«> „ Inter Ufitu, Si«tn by Her Lever*. Nacloss, the Flute chief. ha* received new * that hie niece, a young woman, and the daughter of Joe Wiuiiemiieo«, • ««a hilled not far from Fort McDermit, U last Tuesday. it i ppenrs Hint two b.ieks. Big i'athly and itia lu'etlu r, were lovers «»f the wottlatl, «Hid iu the eouieat she Wt.N kill«*«!. Whether her death wus «*ausvd by acci dent or don«* ikiienttonaliy, Ni i he.s ha* ii< t yet useertiilm d One <»f tin* In dian* w»« seriously iujurvd m the tight. Hiiver State. for her Teat for Nah*. A tout. 40x20, ôj fei-t Walls, N»>. !<• »luck, iueltuliug iramu and one set iloubie glas » door* cheap for v*«*U. Enquire of L B. Uobiusou, Flour A Feed Store, upper M f »U|,stxeet. jllb-iU KKUISTBT AUKXT INI» JUDGES ©F ELECTION. Tho County Commissioner* haro ap pointed the Registering officers and judges at the next election. Among the precincts named in the lengthy list we select the following more immediately a/Teeiing the electors of this portion of I Altnifis county: Ketchnm. No. 23.— Register, E. O. ; Wheeler ; Judges, Jucoh LocktnaU, Jos, j Finkhafri. Jacoh Ottenheimer. Polls at Hotel, Boulder, No, 21. Register, Frank Bradley; Judges. H. W. Bradley, H J. Murdock. Wiliiatn BchnltZ. Polls at Bradley's. Galena. No. 25. - Register, A. J. Grif fin ; Judges, A. B. More. P. Hyde, Henry Mount. Polls at Posloffiec. Vienna. No. 2<i. —Register, F. W. Beo vil! ; Judges, Wm Kruse, H. B. Wll Polls at Left*vre's. Haw toot h, No. 27,—Register, G. W. McAllister; Judges; Thou. B. Shaw, Gardner Adams, M. Hannan. Polls at Postofflee. ; Baxter', , ; Hems, J. S. Childs. f Warms Spring* Creek. No. 28.— Reg. ister, James Judge; Judges: J. H. Moyle. Polls at w * ® ,,ss *°» J-C. Mitchell. Judge'» store. I>e«*r Creek, No. 29.—Register, M. J. j Brail 6 1 jJndgc«; C. E. Bolton, Joseph A. Meadows, William O'Neil. Polls at Bol» 1 ton's. ' i ! j 1 j ■ î Atlanta Precinct, N«i. 1.—Registering officer. Win. IT. Butler; Judges of elec tlfin, Gad Aylwln, Nelson Davis. L Lead ley, Polls at C. V. Smith'*. Rocky Bur, No. 2. Register. Sol. New comer; Judges: Isaac Mann, Jus. A. Pot I ter, George Golden. Polls ut Ander son's office. ! Smoky, No. 35.—Regjtutor, S. B. Mar j tin; Judges: Janies P. Me('ait«*r. E. K. Davis, Ncwt«»n Revis. Polls at Martins burg. Mnldoon, No. 19.— Ib-gister, Paul j Thomas; Judge«; T. H. Graves. John Fordham, Sauford Hall, rolls at Thom as' Hotel. Bellevue, No. 20. Register, T. T. Red sull; Judges: Matt McFall, L«*vi Yonug, R. P. Dayton. Polls at Whltton's, Main street. Hroiulfortl. No. 91. Register, H. Arm strong; Judges: Jaool) Clark, D. rington, George li. Plukhatn. Clark's. Hailey, No. 22.— Register, W. T. Riley; Judges: J. A. Rupert, E. A. White. E. B. True. Polls i t French A Stinson's. The Justices of th<* Pence act as R«'g istry agents where there are any quali fied. Registration commences July loth and continues until October 21th. liar Polls ut "When doctors disagree who Hindi d«>. That is a «mention agitating the 1 community in th»* ('» in* tl'.vJemt «»onn try. valued by the shooting of Enright liy Bernard. .Several physicians testi ; Ohle?" Ibul thnttlio tU*uth wuh ooou.siorM'd pro* bubly by carbolic acid taken accidentally A post mortem exami nation was held on tin* body, and other d«K*tors divided that the I all kilhul the after the shot. man. passing through tin* atdmaeli. this defense Will probably raise a sulli cient doubt to clear Bernard, but the feeling is against him. ! ,ur J"hu Letup, to la* list'd iu L«*mp's ' new brick brewery building. Mr. John A. I'o t ret'olved a telegram from don. T. F. Sinngisi'r yestertluy stating that Mr. Singiscr The Statesman say* Jim. Martin brought in 40,090 pounds <»f lime from Wood River, witli three ten-mule teams, would leave Washington for Boise City to-day. He may be « xpected to arrive early next week. Gujer Hat N|iring* lit Krtehuui Idaho. Large and eommodioa biiiidinga have b«H*n er«*ete«l containing parlor* mid i*<M»ui* f«»r guests and visitor« »nimbly A g «a Mi restaurant ««meet uni and lodging is furuislied at n*i»!,omiiile pri«>*. a number et bath room.*-. :,l-.o a large jtlntiilge and swnuing iu.th for tioth huit«'* anil gentlemen pro \ uhsl. forall who may eidl to enjoy tile exhtleniting and liii><li«*td etftmts of ihi* urntshed. *»l where t «■clebn.ted titer of which Prof. Di.re m»l« give» the following analysis-: HihUhiii Ch'oriih* i>«*r gal in gr. 3,678. Sodintn L'iirlHiiiHt«*« " Cnlcluni Sulphate Magnesium Sulphate Magnesium Chloride Truce* of Iron " U.iMV 14. 0 34. " " 914, " *• 1.24(1. T«vt:tl Solid* 22,805. I. I. Lewis, Manager. A first-eUs.s «tor«) to rent. Apply to H. L. Wsy«., Euttirprise F.cstuunuit. ti NEW TO DAY. METROPOLITAN HLAL, , of } at I J. at j Î 1 : : at j The Celebrated Actress Sunday, Evening, July 20, Supported by 16 FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS 16 "K*Reserved seats at Steward's $1.25 î LAVELL BROS. Mauniacturers of, and Dealers n ROUGH AND DRESSER at I LUMBER! J. A. ! j j K. ! | Laths an r! "hr A > ; Mould in. » s, mu ! 11: Ï ». , ■ ■ î ! Of all Kinds , 1 Floorin., Wv.it, • And. in fact, Eve: v ttihig t'urut'U <>;■., claw* mill. Iln me uh before uorur i Points will î :U «1« *H b O î « i ■ ■ l't Ml Il» i l careful hu* itioo. •COlltce, Corner Main ni I Kiver street*. ! | LAVELL BROS ! Ketchum, Idaho. I Plant River «reel. Mill, Corner I.eadvdlc Avutiue an. \ : ' | i 1 —THE— KEYSTONE ! 1 CHOP HOUSE. INcxtdoor to the Capital.! i Remodled, Refined I Restocked. Open at all hours for ! i Meais and Lunches. Nt*af Tabla» ami OchxI Cooks will he Combin««! w tt ii »very effort to make his a Firs. C'litss Falla House and to save th« Pubiio a » I } j »1 p WHIIIMC II*. U. VflLLIfliflO, _ _ __ __ __ __ ___ ' | » TT Pü Tj n • *" ^ "* GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION. j Washington, botwi-eu «th and f*th Streets. -THEONLY ANTI-OT11 N F.SF. LAUNDRY IN— | —KKTCHUM - j ; Satisfaction Guaranteed In Work and Prices. Linenwt-ar polished, but not ruined. ** l»at«s> is «ui tin t ilieir Apparel always in tvp*.ir. and buttons well fastened. For Sa e- Easley's Station. 'll Galena and Ketch It con 1 st, of a «rood house and barn, and on the place. F ' J. V F.aslev, at the Jkyîl-tf 1 his is th * *;a ion bet , tun ! as «of, ri wa in tarings « chei p for ea -it. Inquire ont saloon. -MÎ0 IT BEATS THE WOULD! WE SELL SHUTLER WAGONS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST. WE DO THE BUSINESS BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP. WE SELL HARDWARE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES. CALL IN AND SEE US AND EXAMINE OU* In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHTJM, BELLEVUE » HAILEY. OFFlft- BROS. 5 .ARM AGISTS: 1 v Jn » Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery. Toilet Articles, Arc. A Complete Stock on Haag ■* ,*iu«l French Brushes, Soaps. Essences and Pharmaceutical Preparation. ■ ■ »«<■ and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Imported and Domostio ' l, ar> Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station er,, etc., etc—and'in every way Itepicle g i 'ith sucii Articles as are Usually found in a I'irat-Class Drug Store. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. I I Lewis & Son, Two Doors N, of Finkham & Lewis. I My 17 W WlXLET YOUNG, ^Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door te First Nstional Bank, KETCHUM IDAHO. THE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Complete«! and thrown Open to the Public,Com bine* Every Feature of ■ FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE, TTUPTT-mr KKW ROOMS, UUDnu BOOMS, PIKE ISTSTKM OP WATKfi W WW« » . OOltrOKTABFB i'XKXOB«, OOOD BIDS and PUUNITUBE TiiBOUOHOmr. Loeation Central and Convenient to Business Houses, Postoffice, Banks, is UO TO THE IIAXTEH HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, KETCHUM, I DAR.«. L* H. RUSSELL Sl CO., Proprietors« A First Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS. Dining Room is Run on the European Flan by the Old Reliable STEVE fl H. COOD3AN. MF,ALS AT AI.L HOI KS OF THE DAY OP. NIGHT. OKDF.it WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORD! NG L V. NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. STEWARD BROS.. Dave just In ,1 to their -.»a-k of staOonery anil Fauey Goods a enniplete stock of | j ÜRHGS J^2sTJD ZMZEnDIOHsTElS, jro LET soars. HAIR. TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES PERFUÎI ES. COFM E'UQUES TOIL k F W ATERS FAl E roW'DKRS IOWDKU RONES. ,yC., A-C. freseripti«ns Carefully Compounded. . Denier* iu WALT* PAPER. CHIMNEYS. GLASSWARE MAJOLICA WARE CIG ARS; IN FACT, EY F RY I'd)NG TO I F. F VARIETY STORE. INCLUDlNfl Ah MIRRORS PIPES. TOB.V**«>. i NO IN A IIIIST-GLASS the Best Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood River. Remember the place—POST OFFICE STORE.