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WOOD RIVER TIMES.
VOL. I.—NO. HAILEY, IDAHO, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1882. (TWELVE AND ONE-HALF 1 CENTS PER COPY. 'OQD RIVER TIMES HAILEY, IDAHO. Bblished Every Evening, Sundays Excepted. Office: times building, s. e. con. MAIN ANI) CKOY STREETS. Subscription Rates: copy, one year, by mail...............$20 00 D* copy, aix mouths, by mail............ 10 00 Ae copy, three months, by mail.......... 5 CO Be copy, one month, by mail............. 2 00 Be copy, one week, delivered by carrier. 50 Qgle copies.............................. 12 % Mail subscribers are required to pay in ad Advertising Rates furnished on application at the office, or to any of #ttr Agents. T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher 'rank P. Cavanah, U. S. Dept. Mineral Surveyor, —AN D MINING ENGINEER. BAILEY,......IDAHO Land office attorney. xj- W. ZDIFUTUY, Hives prompt and careful attention to land and lltfneral papers, patents, and contested cases. I;. Office with Frank P. Cavanah. S. B. MHEer, M. D., FIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Hailey, Idaho. Office and residence: On Bullion street, between Main and Uiver streets. ' Calls attended promptly, day and night. Dr. W. M. MILLER, BURGEON DENTIST, -Ja J Office and residence: With Dr. S. B. Miller. EDWARD B. TRUE, C. E., DEPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR, llailey, Idaho. T. N. Snow, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Bollevne, Idaho. Dr. W. D. Wlieeler" Surgeon and Physician. (Graduate of the Miami Medical College of Cin cinnati, Ohio. Licensed under the medical law of Illinois and the lute law of California.) Office in Burch building, first door south of postoffice, Bellevue, Idaho. i. B. Kinohbuky. A. J. McGowan. Kingsbury & McGowan, T T O R N EYS - A T - L A W, Hailey, Idaho. T. Angel, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO, Frank Ganalil, Attorney-at-Law, HAILEY,......IDAHO W. F. ANDERSON, ! A TTOBNEY - AT-L A W, llailey, Idaho. Attorney-at-Law, IHAILEYZ......IDAHO Xycurgus Vineyard,! F. E. Ensign, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAILEY, IDAHO. Will practice in nil the Courts. N. M. Ruick, Attorney-at-Law, Deputy District Attorney Second Judicial District, BELLEVUE, . . (Wood River) . . IDAHO Office next to Furey's store. J. H. HAR.IS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Bellevue, Idaho. Office in Tectiey'n building. A. J. BRUNER. I*. M. IIRUNER. BRUNER &. BRUNER, Attorn eys-at-Law, Bellevue, - - Idaho Will practice in all the courts. Mining law a specialty. Office in Teeney's building. W. H. Johnson, Attorney nt Law and Notary Public, BELLEVUE, IDAHO. WUl practice in all the Courts of the Territory. Special attention given to colltit-Uooe. Remittaucen mad. oa day of collection TELEGRAPHIC AMERICA. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE DAILY TIMES. UNITED STATES. Grave Charges Against Brokers. New York, May 10.—President Lawrence, of the Stock Exchange, will to-day officially summon George II. Kennedy and William J. Hutch inson to appear before the governors of the Exchange to answer grave charges, which will be formally pre ferred at the special meeting of gov ernors called for May 31. When arrangements were made for the famous St. Joe corner, last year, John R. Duff, of Boston, gave his business to Kennedy & Hutchinson, and supposed lie had made a great deal of money, but a few weeks ago it was publicly alleged that his brokers had not dealt fairly with him, and Hutchinson subsequently refunded $750,000 to Duff. These charges are of a very grave charac ter, and it is said that the findings of the committee are not favorable to Hutchinson. The Pennsylvania Greenbackcrs Pro testing Against the National Banks. IIarkisisurg, May IS.—In the Greenback-Labor State Convention, Rynder, of Altoona, made temporary chairman of the Convention, ap pointed a recess until 2 p. m., when the Convention ordered that the fol lowing telegram be sent to Honora bles S. N. Brumm and Joseph Mos grove, Washington: "That the National Party of Pennsylvania, in convention assembled, desire that you present to the House of Repre sentatives our earnest protest against mortgaging the people of tne United States, for another term of twenty years, to the National Banks." They Will Not Race Any More. Sandusky, O., May 18.—This af ternoon the steamer American Eagle exploded her boiler, when 12 miles out from Sandusky, racing with the steamer Jay Cooke, and Fireman F. Bittle was instantly killed, deck hand F. Walters fatally injured, and Engineer Johnston badly scalded about the face and hands. The tug Mystic towed the wreck ashore. At the moment of the explosion she was attempting to sail across the Cooke's bow. Heavy Immigration. New Y ork, May 18. —Forty-nine hundred immigrants landed at Cas tle Garden this morning, among them a number of silk weavers from France. They coine to this country owing to the slackness of business and consequent loss of nearly a quar ter of their former wages. 0ther steamers brought nearly 5,000 immigrants, mostly agricultur alists; also a goodly number of car penters, masons, painters and miners among them. A Large Number of Workmen Killed or Injured. Chicago, May 18.—An accident on the Northern Pacific R. It., near Spirit Wood, yesterday, killed W. L. Turner, brakeuian, Morris Racine, who was sitting on the tender, and Lavisson, who was upon the engine cab. A large number of work men were badly injured, some per haps fatally. It was caused by breaking an axle. A number of badly bruised men are now at the hotel. The Gamblers on Top Once More. Chicago, May 18. —The gambling houses are all open again, and some of them running more attractive es tablishments than ever. This is be lieved to be a reason for thinking that the gamblers are convinced that the prosecutions against them are not bona fide. They say that they do not intend to be intimidated. White Men Butchering Each Other—An Eloping Couple in the Toils. Washington, 18. —Telegrams from Portland, Oregon, report a serious fight at Harrisburg, Alaska, among the white miners, and that a number were killed. San Francisco, May 18.—A letter from J. S. Oakford, collector of cus toms at Wrangell, Alaska, reports fighting between parties of white men in Alaska. Several were killed, and a canoe was sent to Sitka to ask aid from the United States ship Waehusetts. Fred L. Jackson and Mrs. Charles M. Hoyt, an eloping couple from Ba tavia, N. Y., have been arrested near Portland, and held awaiting advices from New York. Just Like Mexicans. Brownsville, Tex., May 18.—The prticulars of a double murder at Sau Pedro de los Petitos, Mexico, to-day have just been received here. It appears that two brothers, named Romero, left their home in that place to attend a fair which was to have been opened this morning. Hearing that the opening had been postpon ed, they started away, making noisy demonstrations of disappointment. A few moments later they met Rev. Father Lunar, a Catholic priest and Brother Pedro, who smiled at their actions. As they passed, the Rom eros became enraged, and steathily approaching the priest and brother from behind, stabbed them repeat edly in the back and left them dead on the road. The murderers escaped. Is this the Way in Which Jim Keene Makes His Money I New Y'ork, May 18.—William E. Badeau has brought an action in the Superior Court against Prince A Whiteley and James A. Keene, to re cover $18,000, claiming that the de fendants entered into a conspiracy with C. F. McDermott, of San Fran cisco, to deceive the public as to the value of the Bradshaw and Wash ington mines in Tombstone District, Arizona, and that on false represen tations contained in circulars, etc., he was induced to risk $18,000 in the enterprise. The answer in the suit is not vet filed. Tanners on a Strike. Chicago, May 18.—The men in all the principal tanneries struck at noon to-day because those in the preparing department who asked for an ad vance of one dollar a week were re fused it. They demanded $12 a week. The employers will shut down. About 10,000 of the 12,000 tanners employed in Chicago are therefore out of work. A Murderer Who is Wanted. Cheyenne, Wy., M'av 18.—A re ward of $500 is offered for the arrest of Norman McQuaig, who murdered two men here named Jackson, five years ago. and escaped. McQuaig is a Scotchman, nearly 35, six feet high, large, muscular, blue eyes, sandy hair. The reward will be paid upon the delivery of the man here. A Suit Against the President of the United States. Cincinnati, May 18.—A suit has been instituted here against Presi dent Arthur as a member of the firm of Krevels A Rawson, of New York, in the case of Lusk A Co. against the Siemens. Anderson Steel Com pany, for money claimed by Arthur and his partners. ELECTRIC SPARKS. The Berlin police have seized 500 copies of a socialist publication. Minister Sargent has presented his credentials to the court of Germany. Last Thursday the Treasury de partment purchased 530,000 ounces of silver for the mints. About 2 o'clock Thursday morn ing Levi Ashbrook's pork house, at St. Louis, burned. Loss, $25,000. The steamer Progress burned last Thursday night in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. She was on her way to provision the passengers of the steamer Peruvian. Michael Turner, a passenger on the steamer Wisconsin, recently ar rived in New Y'ork, has been arrested on suspicion of connection with the Dublin assassinations. EUROPE. special dispatches to tue dailt times, ENGLAND. Au Episcopalian Prayer. Canterbury, May 17. —In the up per house the convention agreed upon a form of prayer for use during the present troubles in Ireland. It asks preservation from secret conspiracies and open violence, the appeasement of tumults in Ireland and the heal ing of her sores. Large Wool Sales. London, May 18.—At the wool sales to-day 10,200 bales were dis posed of. IRELAND. flic Peasantry Asking lor Passports. London, May 18.— -The fear of In ing arrested in connection with ilie murders of Lord Frederick Cavcn dish and Burke is now so general in Ireland that the peasants traveling outside their districts are applying to the police for passports. Many emigrants who are leaving the south of Ireland for America resort to the same course. j ' THE HAILEY SMELTEIl. It Will Not Be Blown In Before the 10th of June, bat May Run Continu ously Henceforth. Mr. Falk, one of the proprietors of the Hailey smelter, who has been in town for four days noting the prog ress of affairs, says that he does not believe the furnace can be blown in before the 10th of June. The roads lI P the gulches are in such condition that no ore is likely to be brought down to the smelter before the 1st of next month. A few days will he re quired to sample this ore and make other unavoidable preparations—so that it is not likely that the works will be in full operation before the date stated. Mr. Falk has caused work to be resumed on the Washington, of Deer creek, and the Star, of Star gulch, two of the mines in which he is inter ested. The Star was worked on con tract all winter, but about a month ago the contract was completed and the mine shut down. Men are now at work stoping out ore, and as soon as a new bridge can be thrown across Wood river opposite Star gulch, and the grade to the mine repaired, ore will be hauled to the smelter. The Washington mine is in good condition, and ready for stoping. Whenever the smelter needs that class ol ore it will be forthcoming. Although, owing to the backward ness of the se son, the smelter is not yet started, its campaign wiil be quite as lasting as that of last year, and if ore can be got and the railroad gets near enough to admit of the un interrupted shipping of bullion East, it will run uninterruptedly, or with brief stoppages from this time hence forth. OFFICIAL CHANGES. Marshal Chase and Surveyor-General Chandler to be Succeeded by East ern Men. Washington, D. C., May 18. —The commission of the Marshal of Idaho expired some days since, and his successor's name has been looked for daily. It comes from pretty reliable authority that Mr. Fred Dubois, of Illinois, will receive the appointment within a day or two. He is backed hy Secretary Lincoln and Vice-pres ident Davis, and is a deserving young Republican. The office of Surveyor-General will also be filled by the President within a short time, and John Wilson, the Private Secretary of ex Senator Conkling, who is championed for the place by Representatives Page and Pacheco, will in all probability receive it. Some Toronto women have pledg ed themselves to put immoral men on the same social footing as immoral women. Those Toronto ladies are dearly right in their resolution, hut they are beginning the summer with the prospect of awfully lonely pic nics before them. AFRICA. special dispatches to the daily times EGYPT. An Eclipse Successfully Observed. London, May 18.—Advices from Sohain, Upper Egypt, state that the eclipse of the sun was successfully observed at that place yesterday by English, French and Italian astron omers. A fine comet was discov ered close to the sun. Its position was determined by photography. The spectroscopic and ocular obser vations. just before and during the eclipse, gave most valuable results. Suitings and overcoatings, at prices to compete witli ready-made clothing, at Baelie's. Jones 6 l Fox, Rial Estate ant Minii Brokers, Office: Over Riley .S: Tt-icv's drug-atore, HA ILF V, IDAHO. Complete obstructs of records of Alturan eouuty. Conveyancing u npeciulty. H. Z. BUUKHART, ZtsTOT public INSURANCE BROKER, HAILEY, IDAHO. Represents the sti\>n;;ent tire companies in th« John H. Bacon, ASSAYER, Office: Main street, oppns t ■ Grand Central hotel, 11A ILK Y, IDAHO. Oris carefully sampled and assayed. Every ssay given nt it* true valu?-. m. McFarland, c. e., DEPUTY U. S. Mineral Surveyor, IIA1 LEY, IDAHO. MRS. F. C. iVIITCHELL, In stone building, corner Second avenue and Car bonate street, Hailey. Idaho, DPESSMAKER, Agent for Mine. Demorcst'a patterns. Fred. Hurcnel, (Formerly of Hill & Hunuel.) Carpenter and Joiner, Carbonate street, in rear of Rupert's store, IIAILUY, IDAHO. Plans and specifications furnished. Estimates given at lowest living rates. William Spselit, CABINET-MAKER CARPENTER AND JOINER, HAILEY.................IDAHO. Shop: On the alley, directly in rear of the Grand Central Hotel. Special attention paid to fitting up offices and st ires. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tables, bedsteads, and spring mattresses, of the best workmanship, ut reasonable prices, on hand and made to order. T. R. JONES, BANKER Salt Lake City, Utah, ____AND--- Hailey, Idaho. Transacts a general bauklug business in all Its branches. Dealer in foreign ami domestic exchange. Careful attention given to collections, and re mittances made on day of payment. Long loans made on city real estate at low rates of interest. Special attention given to the selling of ores and bullion, of which consignments are solicited. Advances made on base bullion, gold and silver bars shipped for refining. CORRESPONDENTS: New York—J. B. Colgate A: Co. Omaha—Omaha National Bank. San Francisco—Bank of California. Redwood and Native LUMBER YARD, j East side Main street, between million and Carbonate streets, 1 HAILEY. IDAHO. Native lumber of nil descriptions, double and single susli doors, pinni-il doors, und window sashes uf all sizes. HALL, CEDEP.HOLM & CO. BARTSUI1 & WILLIS DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors, and Cigars. West Side Main Street, between Carbonate aiul Galena Streets, HAILEY. >le agents for the famous Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Boca Beer, and Gold Lion Whisky, W. B. NOBLE, NORTHEAST corner main and car BONATE STREETS, HAILEY', . . IDAHO, DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, IIATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING, SHELF HARDWARE, AND CROCKERY, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos and Cigars. A full line of MINING SUPPLIES. Ill LEY & TRACY DRUGGISTS, Northwest cor. Main and Bullion sts., HAILEY, IDAHO, Dealers in * Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Stationery and Blank Books, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils; Dye Stuffs, Varnishes, Toilet Articles, Etc. Sole Agents on Wood River for Dr. Hohly's Miners' Bitters, A specific cure for Painters' Colic and a safe preventative of lead and antimonlal poisoning, to which all lead min ers and smelters art* liable. jQfsg* Prescriptions filled by competent apothecaries. AND CONFECTIONERY, MAIN STREET, Next to White's Furniture Store, HAILEY, IDAHO. FRESlfCANDIES, ____SUCH AS____ Taffies. Cardrnels. etc., manufactured daily. Also, Bread, Pies, Cakes, Rolls, Rusks, etc. We are both practical men and will run a first, class establishment. SOLANDER A COBURN, Prop's. CLIFF & M' KAY, BEARERS IN.... Mining Supplies, Stoves and Tin ware, Paints and Oils, etc. TINSMITIIING an J all Kinds of Job Work door to order. East aide Main str--t, between Carbonate Bullion streets. HAILEY, IDAHO. H. SHAFER. T. BALTER, SlIAFER & CO., GEM SALOO 1ST, Fourth street (next door to Triba't), OGDEN, UTAH. M. J. O'NEILL. H. SHAFER. T. BAXTER. M. J. O'NEILL & CO., WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGABS. Fifth Street, j OG-IjEN, UTAH. a wet k in your own town. $3 outfit fret*. No risk. Everything now. eitpit.il not repaired. Wo wtll fn» null you everything. Many ora waking fortunes. Ladies assks as much as men. and boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if you want a business at which you can wake great pay all t he tim e ya w work, writs for particulars to H. HALL ITT ft W. Portland, Mala*.