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OL. who: 20 . HAILEY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24.1885. (TWELVE A\n ONE-HAI 1 CENTS PER COPY. YOUi) RIVER TIIIES HAILEY. IDAHO. rr'es* Tints ruilmsg. s. e. corner MAW AND TIBER STREETS. ■blUkni Rvory Evening. Sundays Excepted. Subscription Rates : espy, one yesr, oy moil...............flO ('0 ne copy, six months. Uv mail.......... 5 00 no copy, three months, by mail.......... '2 SO no copy, on# month, by mail ............ 1 «i9 no copy, one week, delivered by carrier;. 26 ingle copiee ........................... 12# Advertising Rates "vnlihtd on application at the office, or to any of w Agent*. T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher. U. B. TRUK, U. 8. Deputy fflimrai Surveyor AND MINING ENGINEER. U-A.IXjE^ HD^HO. N. J. BROWN, M. IX., (Sueccisorto Dre. Miller k Brown) Physician ami Surgeon, Halley, Idaho. lt#*1d*aes on lat Avenue, between Carbonate nd Galena street*. Calls attended promptly, day and night. H. Z. PKICKBTT. JOHN M. LAMB. Notaiy Public. FRICKETT Sl LAiIB, LAWYERS, 5QISE CITY, - - - ID' 1IO. Ofllea on Main street, second floor of Broadbent's ow brick building. Will practice in all the Courts, and in the United late* Land Office. Collections promptly attended CONVEYANCING neatly done. Claims of nil inds against the Government prosecuted Ab traets of title to *11 lan-ls in the coii' ty in the fflce. Insurance P dicies insued and all l usintss promptly atteuded to. E. C. BREARLEY, JX T TORNEY-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. «OFFICE : Corner Bullion and Main streets. ED. J. (dURTTS, ATTORNEY- AT- I.A W, Bellevue, Idaho. OVm At th« Capitol Hotel, Main street. M, JONES, M. D., JOIINTT PHYSICIAN Bellevue, Idaho. Calls by telephone promptly answered. *1. B. LEM MOV. A. M. FUNKHOUSKK. Mlmser & Lsrnmsn, TTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Hailey, Idaho. OFFICE : South side of Bullion street. F. E. Ensign, A T T O It N K Y-A T-L A W, HAILEY, IDAHO, Will praeticoia all theOurts. KINGSBURY & KcUOWAM, ^.TTOFU 1ST EYS. Orrtoc: Bullion Streeet, Hailey, - Idaho. Wm. H. WATT, OLICITOI If PATENTS, HAILEY. IDAHO. Omai; North lid* of Bulliao olre< t. between sin and River fylitf 2*1. HYJSTIDAA A.N', Attorney-at-Liiw, A.ILEY A.HB KETCHUM, I. TJ Xructt«M It all the Courts. Dissolution of Partnership. Xottee is hereby given that the co-partnership **t©fore existing between the nndt rsipned—H. • Freeman and George Warren—in the stage at d MporUtlon bmaiueea, is, by mutual consent, !• dissolved, end said Freeman aeaumeN and PS? sll the •tibta and liabt itltic of tan ***• **®ea*tad In aaid buiini>.a. H. M. FREEMAN. GROUGE WARREN. Balky. Id a h o, Jan. 2, law. iSnal HAWLEY & RUICK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Hailey, Idaho. Office : Over Coffin Bros'. Store. ■D. W. VHJGINH, M. D. ffieKay & Filins, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Hailey, Idaho. Office ; East side of Main street, next door to Ru pert's Drug St or . Office hours : 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4, and 7 to 9 p.ia. uH. O. XX. K^XXCs^, Associated with Dr. Hill,) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ketciium, Idaho. Will vis any part of the country tvliere his ser vices m y be required, lias had ten years' prac tice In St. oe, Mo. j [ ' I I Gso. H. Roberts, A T T O R N E Y • A T - L A W, Hailey, Idaho. Office : Over Wood River Times. LYTTLETOri PH 1 CE, Li A. W OFFICE. Office; Coffin Bros', block, up stairs. HAILEY - - - IDAHO 1*. M. BRUNER A. .1. BRUNER Bruner & Bruner, / TTORNEY S-AT LAW, Hailey, Idaho. E. B. Lemmon, Attoknky-at-Law and Insurance Agent, Bullion, between Main tied Rivei S's., HAILEY, - - IDAHO. $35,000,000 Kcpresentod. Low est Rates. W. T. HALL, W. T. HALL, Beal Estats iW Apnt. Real property bought aud sold; rents collected, and loan* negotiated. Desirable b rgaius in town and country. OLDHAM'S PLACE. West side of Main street, three doors north of ihe. Postoflice, HAILEY, - - - IDAHO. At Wines, Liquors and Cl^ttr,. A comfortable club-room is attacked. •I. R. OLD HAM <fc CO., Proprietors Do you know with Kc-,1 TlnTsu • l!.,sc teal - Vine Cut Clu wint! • -SIIVV t)j[!■.infils, and lilu It. Brown nu.l V,l;o»' Nlllllfs are tlie best .0(1 eheayest, quality i-ouslii s.u it«t.7 J la Hi ii F -<3;: STOMACH ^"* vi ti of persons of every <*la«s of Hostetter's Stoni ach Bitters ih the TV article for you; it " "'ttilatfs the fail ev ih p h<> body and cheers th<-mind. It; en blr-H the eys « m t<» tlirow off f he de bilitatiug effocts of undue fatigue,gives renewed vigor to ^ the organs f diges tion, arouses the liv-T wlten inae-| tive, rem ws the jaded a,ip*t te, and m -ourages health ful repose, lt^ in gredh nts are safe. and i's credentials, which c. ns'st ix the hearty etHorst lie nt i- tv. ring. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers STOCK liinxis. 13. R. HAWLEY. ^Cvc'J. Post-iffice ad.lre*R Howe, \ ltur.is County, Idaho, Range — ..fttle L a* t iver and > > Piah Si uari. xC.iair AM stock n t vented found eff this ra-ge * etrnyed < r Kt den. mmi "V .v.iLar-.A&^eHaA 27.UvrGm !THE DOLLAR COLUMN.' I Advertisements not exceeding «u turn (orte? »ines of small type) in length will be inserted ii this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cent* ths fir3t insertion ami twenty-live cent* each ad dltionsl insertion—payable in advance.] Patronize Home Industry. HAMILTON & ANDERSON, the Merrhutit Tml ora wim have given such good sutufactiou. both in regard to work and prices, arc constantly in re coil t of new goods. »W r Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop: Main street, Raw Furs Wanted. I am prep red to buy raw furs of evety descrip tiou, for cash, at the ruling o-arket r to. LEON FELD, Hailey. A Missing Man Fred .lesson, a Dane, 4ft y**ars ©Id about five feet j three inches high, brown hair reddish or *audy [ whiskers, had on a suit *>f canvas clothes. I.«*M ' Belli vue about three or four weeks ago, rxthox I strung Jy. I Any in format ! on concerning him w ill be thank fully received by dldawJm* E. C- SMITH, Crichton, Idaho. Hailey Lodge, A. F. & A Mr /V Regular Communications of Ilailey Lodge, y A. F. .V: A M , are held at M .sonic Hill the Sl ^Afir-t and third S' turd ays ot e*o li m nth. \r bojouming brethren are cordially invit-d. T. 1). BELLINGER. W. M. W. T. Davidson, Secretary. For Sale. One undivided half interest in a saloon, billiard pallor, and Theater, 1 will sell, for cash. The best barg in that has ever b en i.ffcreu on Wood River. Reason tor selling: Other business to at tend to. Apply at once, H. WARD, Hailey Theater. N. 15.—"his is the be-t paying pro erty in Hailey. alltJ To Newspaper Men. The Times is prepared to bnd ncw*p«.p r fibs, with b'ttti,cr bucks, b» ar<i and inarblt* cover*, in the styl in which such work is usually done, Ht U at ra net cuhIi ruti s, in hid.i g express age 1> th wiry 3. jyia Attention, A O. U. W ! Stated . f Hnllcy I....lye. Nn. I. A. O. U. W. arc h-l.l everv Mo? d;*v * vetdu . nt *i;0t» o'clock Ai visiting brethn u .ire cordially invited t«» ut tend • y order of THOM VS BELL, M. W. Homer L. Pound. Ileeor or. The Baxter Hotel, Ketchum, p. BAXTER, pro:* •ietor, is the oldest St k. •pt hob 1 t HI Wot »d River. Thu dining s th* • largest in the Te rr t ry , and the taides plD •d Willi v r.vthi * ' the Ill'll';* t wtf r Js. i id e lnrg •, a.rv and \ v 11 furnished. t-*. Tl a HOr. L.aud u K«-t •hum tl n 't forg t the f u t, or the luca Main street, below First Nidi uul Bunk. s2tf Dividend notice, No. 4. A dividend (N<>. 4) t.f t*v«'<> per cent. Iihh been de clired on the pai 1-u ) t .ck of the Altar,m Wnt»T Cv' • p iny. The same w ll be payable on the l '.tc iiu-t i t. Fli transfer b » k a will be id os el from the lfitt t > tao lot i, inclusive, of e eh month. W. T. R.LEV, President. K. C. Coffin. Secretary. Hail- y, I.iaho, December 1, 1884. ol4yt Pay-day Notice. WOOD H1VKH li. and s. m. Co., o. HALT LAKE CITY, U. T. \ II |k rs,m» hi.M ;ir l ijuius against this company i.ium pr« g m l iiuir bills in dup-Uon*f-, ;t,* tin*uonipaiiv oMini*, at Bullion, before the first day ol earl mom t.h. and p-iyno-nt will tie made on th "*'b KNnS A. WAI L, Sent Free of Charge. II. C. F. KOCH & SON, fith Ave. and 20th St., New York City, will issue on or about March lftth and send FREE to any address their •„ Fashion Catalogue Fur Spring and Summer, I8N5, Beautifully illnstr t*>d witn lithographic Fashion Plates and about 20 Ml w o I engrTvingi: a com plete gli de for i'll Ladies', Gents', Chil r* n's and Infants'wear. Housekeeping Goods, Millinery, etc. This firm dots t ie largest end most satisfactory catalogue tr ule in this count - y. They list all goody', a 1 tke r New York store prices, which are arknow »dged l. \v*rthan those of any other h use. in the United Statin. Th* y receive bi.k and r uund the money for all good** riot desi.ed, • xcepting tLiee ma ly t > order, and so classed in their book. T ey guarauteu a I .ar i. les exactly as represent ed. and liHve e rneil for themselves an unequuled repututi u for fair and liou.si dealing. Muslin. Cambric and Fine Un derwear a Specialty. The special tax of one-half of ©ne per cent, lev ied by th** Board of School Trustees of Hailey School District No. 7, will be Bellipant January 231 , ml. All taxpayers failing to psy on or before that date will be Ruble to live per cerit penalty and costs. B. F. OT.IVFR, Collector. M. Y7U". W -yns, Du Page Co., Illinois, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE l*erclavrou Horae* valued at 93.000.0U0a which includes 75 PERCENT OF ALL HORSES Whose pnritv of blue \ I** e*Mhl|nVI bv their rr-diereaa reconie.l i.i iho STUD BOOKS OF FRANCE. EVER IMPORTED TO AWERICA. V - .^ SlUUli ON HANOI 1 .~o Jfflfor - .!! Breed Hares, .V'SV: ■•*,' .*! u - i ** ! '*■" iW s ' / i.'Topir i e me !T« . t yc'T'e a. un u*«| b LvQ-vb - V inte.h^ei t b «*e«l«i9 I3 yC will l*r*t| ar Z~'.' mar b<* m*1 »o be. it Recoga'-i* e th** prtn by all thnt, animal* th.elr r> ,t l.« ncihrntirai j evil 1*1, 1 will n«*II all piv- *. Lor alt mild J i p,1y>l i;t G'ltue Pr wet wiieii i rai-not fun'i.-h wi'ii : • : 'rd t '1 ft ■•i'-.ca tci : '.*1 i f ihe nninrul Ft tu*:ii6 -.it of I h u-im'k r r***'. :rco*d in tb«* Situi B< uk I t F« 110 Nt« ('Rtalrirnp ' in li i* j 1 v ... , •: x p irc* Botsea c r the H*h'bt'l »n Ol lit# £xiuhcur. < STOP, LOOK AND BEAD! Ami then you will know why it pay* you to buy from F. H. ROWE the following articles : ROU GH IX M HER- Because I run my mill winter and summer, and float my logs from the upper country, which enables me to cut a better grade of lumber than can be cut Irom log* grown in the vicinity of Hailey. P iN IS1IING IXMHER — Because 1 liave the largest stock of Eastern Lumber in Idaho Territory, such as Clear Boards, Siding, Ceiling, Rustic, l< louring, e*e., which I will sell at prices that defy competition. LATH —Because 1 have a large s ock of small pine timber on hand, and have the only Lath Mil! oil V'owl River. SA6II AND DOORS Because 1 buv in large quantities direct from the manufacturers, and am the only dealer in Hailey that ships Eastern !->asli and I) >ors in straight car loads, thereby saving an item of freight alone on 20,000 lbs ol t> 500—that being the difference Ironi Chicago on .Sasli and Doors in straight car-loads, versus mixed with lumber. MIXED PAINTS-Because I have the sole agency on Wood River for the sale of th" Alston Manufacturing Company s (ol t hicago) Mixed Paint, of which 1 have a large stock constantly on hand. BUILDING PALER—Because I have a large stock on hand, which 1 sell as low as the lowest. SASH V\ EIGHTS—Because you cannot get them from anyone else. CORD WOOD Sawed to order, in 24-inch lengths, If!. 50 per cord; in 16 inch lengths, $7; in 12-inch lengths. Delivered in Hatley. My cord is 128 cubic feet. SHINGLES—Because you can have your choice of Michigan or Native. FRED. II. ROWE, Hailey Sawmills. Telephone No. 30. F. J. K1I0SEL, President.. H. L. DICKINSON, Manager. (SUCCESSORS TO I MORRIS & CO.) Hailey, - - - Ketchum, - - - Vienna. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL €3r IES. O Wine, Liquor and Cigar Merchants, --AND-- AGENTS FOR THS BEST BREWERIES IN THE DNITED STATES. ---SOLE AGENTS FOR WOOD RIVER FOR THE_ GIANT POWDER COMPANY. Notice of Forfeiture. To H BARTON MAIZE: You mv hereby notified that we have expended one hundred (fl 0) dollars, in labor and improve me* ts, upon each of the foil nving eiaima, in run nihg a joint tunnel for 1h*ir jou.t deveh pment, tn-wit; The Tre»n*ure-B*»x ami iho Blue Bird, situ ated at lie»:d of Camp Creek, in Mineral Hill Min- ] ing District, Alturas Ciuinty, Id.ho Territory, in | o der t > hold aaid premises under the provisions 1 of section 23 4, Revised Statutes of the i nited i States heiuu the amount r* quired to hold the same I f**r the year ending December 31 IftHUtli .t the j proportion ot «*ii*l expenditure due by you, H Bar- j ton Mh'./.t, is sixty-six ($ >ti dollars and sixty- I six ami two-th.rla cents, lawful money «H the] United States, the same bei* g thirty-three ($3.5.33*„) dollars and thirty-th.ee and one-third ! centi for eaeh claim. And if, within ninety TOO' day.*. nft**r the publi cation of tliis m-ti<*e. you fail «.r r> fuse to eontrih- 1 nte your pr »porrion ot such expenditure as a eo- j owner, your intereat in said claii is will become the property of the subscriber utid* r a id section j 2324. ALF.X J. HOEFFLIGEtt, JAMES GUNN. Hailey, Idaho. January 2, 138 ). Kotice of Forfeiiute. To GEOROE CKISMOW S U. YOUl.G T J macintosh, k. shuutliff »n>i w. s'. CniSUON : You are hereby U 'tififd that 1 have expended One Hundred ($100) Dollars, in lab rand Improve ments, upon the El z Jan** lo.l**, Kit inted on Cur bouate Hill, Mineral Hill Mining District, Alfuras county, Idaho, ns will * pp* nr by certificate fib <1 November 27th, 1884, in the office* of the Recorder of said count.', in orb r t • hold « u id premise.** un d* r the provisions of Sect on 23J4, Revised Stat utes «.f the United States, being the amount re. quired to hold the same to the ye-r end nw* De cember 81, 1884; and if within ninety days after the find publication hereof you f.il or refuse to coutrbute your respeitive proportions of such ex penditure as co own*rs your interests ins d Hirt Jai.e claim will Become tlu proper y of the sub. scriber, under said Section 2324 JOHN C. YOUNG. Hailey, AlturasCo., Idaho, Jan. 2, ls85. Notice ol Forfeiture. To GEORGE CRISMON an ! IT. S. ORISMON : Y«*u are her*'bv notified thit I have * xpend-d j One Hu dred ($100) Doilara.ln labor and improve- 1 meats, upon the Scott Cii-*n»on lode, e tnated on! CarOonatv Hi 1. Minoru] Hill M'ning Dtatrict. Al- * tur.i* county, Id-tlio. aa will appear by certificate ! filed November 27th, 1884, in the office of the Re- i carder of n;Bd countv. in or r to hold sai l prem-! in* h under ti.e pr »vai* lb . f section 2324. Refined i Stft'Ut'*8 of the United St'itee, b i,ig the amount required to h M the name f* r t!#e \enr ending D«- | comb* r 31. 1834; and if wiMitn ninety dava after! the fir t publi< a'i*»n hereof. >*< U fail or refuse to I contribute your respective proportions of Hu* h ex- ! penditur** ae co-owner**, your h t*r-bt* in anid cla'iu will become the • r*u* rty of the uuderaigned : undi r th** said Section 2324. JOHN C. YOUNG. Hailey, Alturas Co., Idaho, J:iu. 2. 1886. Notice oi Fcrfelture. 1*. FRANK E. ENSIGN: Yot\ are htrehv i-.*tifiwd thvt I v nvw expended on** hut*dred (* 100* dolia s. in ialntr and LiiTtrov** rn nf«». u* on the Miner-1 Ki 3 lode aiul mltvntf el*iin. sit 1 ted *n M*n<rHi Hill Mint* g D -t ! t Alt i* mb e< U'ltv, Idaho ! e*r t .ry. in . rd r to h**ld 8tii nr**int-e under the pr*viaiona «f aection 2 24, Revt **d 8t-*»n'*»« of rhe Unl'd St*ttrs, t>«*jng the tnionnt r' quired to hel.' the n-mn for tl e %-t-nr e: ding lb .♦.Miter 31. 1884: t' 1 the rr icrtion of; nntd expenditure Jim l > ^u, Frank F. »n«dgn is; th »t\ t -ree ♦St H tS, doll .r<* and th r*y-t •»•<*)* an 1 i n -tiiir 1 c»-rt* lawful m n y of t ie T'n t** 1 Stst* », ♦ lie same be li: * Ti -tl *ird. And f. wit t ! n Tiinet* ffiO* dava aG»*r the publi '••tl«*n '»f th s t * ti* e you il or wMi'>e t*'oontrib nt yuirpr* n rt nn of such "x >t*u*l t*r- hh a »•'*- 1 • »wner. y ir iut*.v in an <1 l itm wi 1 hecom the pr. pcrty «f the subscriber u*»tU*r sai l ne t on '324. | JOH V Ma*LA l-GHLIN. * ! Haih-j Id alto. January 1*4. 1*86. j Cracker Depot Mail Street, opposite Ulan's Saloon The utiilersigned respectfully announce to the people of Wood River that they have just opened a CRACKER DEPOT and BAKERY, where All Kinds of SelectCrackers -WILL ItE KEPT, AS WELL AS__ L, uuuuij, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., BAKED FRESH EVERY DAY. TU** following assortment of FORTY KINDS OF CRACKERS AND CAKES Soda, 15 Oatmeal, 18 Graham, 20 Excels J <ir, 20 Boston Butter, 20 Butter, 20 Milk, ' 20 I'arraway, 25 Lemon Cream, 25 Nick-Nacks, 20 Jumbles, 25 Jumble Cakes, 25 Honey Jumbles, 30 Lemon Jumbles, 25 Peerless Jumbles, 30 Butter Jumbles, 25 Gin<rsr Snaps, 20 Peerless Sna;.>s, 25 Cocoa Taffy Snaps, 25 Pek Pound. Lemon Snaps, 25 cents Cocoanut Snaps, oO Strawberiy Bar, 30 Cowoa Bar, 25 Ginger Bar, 20 Pansy cakes, (som,'tiling new) SO Honey cakes, 30 Coffee cakes. 25 ('liocclate i akes, 30 Frosted Honey cakes, 30 Fruit cakes, 25 Frosted cream cakes, 25 Cocoa drop . nkes, 25 Jelly tinkers, 30 Lady fin tiers, 25 Bnnaua fingers, 25 .Icily wafers. 30 Lemon wafers, 25 fore huviliir - * * • 'ak'-s baked to order. Pie*, 25 cents apiece. Ginger bread, 15 cent* a loaf. Home made Bread—three loaves for 25 cents. Restaurants and Storekeepers W ill end it to their ''IvmtHjrr to obtair our wholesale or jobbing'prices be Special low rates by the bos. Opjuj4te Oldham's Saloon, Hailey.