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HAILEY, IDAHO, MONDAY, JANUARY 26.1885. (TWELVE AND ONE-HAI '( CENTS I'EK COPY. WOOD RIVER TIMES HAILEY. IDAHO. orr'si ■ trm bcildisq. s. k. corner main and times streets. fablUM Krery Evruinc, Sunday* Excepted. Subscription Rates : Ob* e#py, on* yew, ey m*ll.............• On* copy, its month*, hy mill......... On* copy. thr.e m*ath«, by Bill.......... On* copy, one month, by mail ............ On* e*py, on* «e*k. delivered by carrier;. Single ................................. .*10 00 . $ 00 * so lik Advertising Rates Vnnl*h*d on application at the oglce, or to any of •nr Agent*. T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher. K. B. TRUE, 0. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor AND MINING ENGINEER, HAILEY. IDAHO. N. J. BROWN, M. (gi o et — orto Dra. Miller k Brown) Physician and Surgeon, Haller, Idaho. Rsatdenaa on lat Avenue, between Carbonate •ad Galana eftreeta. Calls attended promptly, day and night. H. *. PRICEETT. JOHN M. LAMIL Notaiy Public. PRICKETT & LAMB, LAWYERS, BOISE CITY, - - - IDAHO. Olle* on Main «tr**t. mc*nd floor of Bromdbent'* n*v brl'-k building. Will prwtic* in *11 the Court*, *Dd in the United Sttto* Lend Office. Collection* promptly attended te. CONVEY\NCINO neatly done. Claim* of *11 kind* againat the Oov.rnmeot proaeiuted Ah etraeta of title to all land* In the county in the •See. l*aaran>-e P.dlcica leaned and all bnaineaa promptly attended to. ■AILET OFFICE : Korthwwt corner of 'fain and Oalen* atreeta. *ul E. C. BREARLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. OFFICE : Comer Bullion and Main atreeta. ED. J. CURTIS, ATTORNEY - AT - L AW, Bellevue, Idaho. Offiee it the Capitol Hotel, Main street. M. JONES, M.D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN Bellevue, Idaho. Calls by telephone promptly anewered. B. B. LEMMON. A. M. FUNK HOUSER. ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. OFFICE : South aide of Bullion street. F.E* Ensign, A T T O R N E Y-A T-L A W, HAILEY, IDAHO, Will practice in all the Courts. KINGSBURY & McGOWAN, ATTORNEYS. Orricx: Bulliou Strseet, Hailey, - - - Idaho. Wm. H. WATT, SOLICITOR of PATENTS, HAILEY. IDAHO. Orvtei: North side of Bullion liriet, Wwe« Main and River. tylitf Attorney-at-Law, HAILEY AND KETCHUM, I. T. PmcM*** la *11 th* Court*. Dissolution of Partnership. hotter 1 * b-TVby given that th* eo.p*rtn*r*htp heretofore relating between th* undmlgnefl—H. M. Freeman and Oeorg* Warren—in th* atage *1 d transportation baalne**, la, hy mutual cun wot, thl* day dlaanlved, and aatd Freeman iianm** *»kI ****** to pay *11 th* debta and UabUltiu of tho l*to Inn, contracted In laid buatnea*. • H. M. FREEMAN. OEOROB WARREN. ••tod Hatley. Idaho, Jan. 1. I*M. jffinl JAMBS H. HAWLF.T. HAWLEY & RUICK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Hailey, Idaho. Office: Over Coffin Bros'. Store. D. w. mooing, M. o. W. w. MCBAT, M. D McKay & PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Hailey, Idaho. Office : Reef aide of Main street, next door to Ru pert's Drug Store. Office hours : 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4, and 7 to 9 p.m. DH. O. B. ESTES, Associated with Dr. Hill,) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ketchum, Idaho. Will vis sny part of the country where his ser vices m-iy be required. Hss had ten years' prac tice in SL oe. Mo. Geo. H. Roberts, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. Office : Over Wood Rived Time*. LYTTLETON PBICE, 3L.A.W OFFICE. Office: Coffin Bros', block, up stairs. HAIl.EY - - - IDAHO. F. M. BRUNER, A. J. BRUNER Brow & Brooer, A TTORNE YS-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. E. B. Lemmon, Attorney-at-I.aw and Insurance Agent, Bnllion. between Main and Rivet Sts., HAILEY, - - IDAHO. 135,000,000 Represented. Low est Rates. W. T. HALL, Beal Estate and Coll ection Apt. Real property bought and sold; rents collected, and loans negotiated. Desirable bargains in town and country. OLDHAM'S PLACE. West side of Main street, three doors north of the Postofflee, HAILEY, - - - IDAHO. A1 Wine*, Liquor* and Cigar*. A comfortable club-room la attic lied. J. B. OLDHAM A CO., Proprietor. Do you know THAT LonlM's Climai Pins Tobacce with Red Tin Tag ; Ruse Leaf Fine (Jut Chewing • Navy Clippings, and Black. Brown and Ydlow link are the best and cheapest, quality constd d NttErS of persons of every class of iff. r * * gene rally. Hostetler's Stom ach Bit tors is the article for you: it stimulates the fail ing energies, invig orates the body and cheers the mind. It enshies the system to throw off the de bilitating effects of undue fatigue,gives renewed vigor to the organs of diges tion, arouses the liver when inac tive, renews the jaded appetite, and encourages health ful repose. Its in gredients are safe, and Us credentials, which consist iu the hearty endorsement ciety. are most con STOCK BRANDS. E. R. HAWLEY. Post office address Howe, j\lturss County, Idaho, Range — . Jttla Lost River and Pah Siinari. All stock not vented found off this range is strayed or stolen. J7J4Wfi.M THS DOLLAR COLUMN. f Advertisements not exceeuing an Him (or ter tinea of small type) in length will be inserted iL this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cents the first insertion and twenty-five cents each ad* dttiocal insertion—payable iii advauce.) Patronize Home Industry. HAMILTON A ANDERSON, the Mprrhant Tail ora wbn have given such good sntisfaction, both in regard to work and prices, are constantly in re ceipt of new goods. ■^Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop: Main street, Halley. Raw Furs Wanted. I am prep red to buy raw furs of every descrip tion, for cash, at the ruling market rite. LEON F17LI). Hatley. A Missing Man. Fred Jesson, a Dane, 40 y»ar* eld. shout five feet three inches high, browu hair, reddish or «andy whiskers, had on a suit of canvas clothes. Left Belli vue about th mb or four weeks ago, rather straug ly. Any information concerning him will be thank* fully received by dldaw2m* E. C. SMITH. Crichton, Idaho. Hailey Lodge, A. F. & A M. . F. k A. M., are held at Masonic Hall V &\ti rst and third Saturdays of each m nth. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited. T. D. BELLINGER, W. M. W. T. Davidson, Secretary. For Sale. One undivided half interest In a saloon, billiard parlor, and Theater, I will sell, for cash. The best bargain that has ever been offereu on Wood River. Reason lor selling: Other business to at tend to. Apply at once, H. WARD, Hailey Th«*ter. N. B.—This is the be.-t paying pro erty in Hailey. alltl To Newspaper Men. The Times la prepared to bind newspaper files, with leather backs, board and marble covers, in the style in which such work is usually done, at Eestern net cash rates, including expressage lx.th wsys. jyl2 Attention, A O. U. W! Stated meetings of Hailey Lodge, No. I , A. O. IT. W. are held every Monday evening, at 8:00 o'clock All vii|iting brethren are cordially invited to at tend. By order of THOMAS BELL, M. W. Homer L. Pound. Recorder. The Baxter Hotel, Ketchum, PAUL P. BAXTER, proprietor, Is the oldest and best kept hotel on Wood River. The dining room is the largest in the Territory, and the tables a-e supplied with everything the market affords. The rooms are large, airy and well furnished. Charges very moderate. This is a HOTEL, and when in Ketchum don't fc/gwt the fact,or the loca tion Main street, below First National Ihruk. »2tf Dividend Notice, No. 4 A dividend (No. 4) of two per cent, has been de. dared on the paid-up stock of the Alturna Watei Compnuy. The same will be payable on the 15th instant. The transfer books will be elose.1 from the 13th to the 15th, inclusive, of each month. W. T. RILEY, President. E. C. Coffin. Secretary. Hailey, Idaho, December i, 1884. ol4y1 Pay-day Notice. WOOD KIVBK O. AND H. M. CO., OJ WALT LAKE CITY, U. T. -All persons holt! lng claims against this company must pre sent their bills in duplicate, at the company' office, at Bullion, before the first da: month, and payment will he mad 10* h. fcHOM A. WALL, lierinter dent Sent Free of Charge. H. C. F. KOCH & SON, 6th Ave. and 20th St., New York City, will issue on or about March 10th and send FREE to soy address their Fashion cue Beautifully illustrated with lithographic Fashion Plates and about 2000 w >o i engravingt; a com plete guide for all Ladies', Gents', Chil ren'a and Infants' wear, Housekeeping Goods, Millinery, etc. This firm does the largest and most satisfactory catalogue trade iu this country. They list all goods a* the r New York store prices, which are acknowledged lower than those of auv other house in the United States. Th*y receive b««k und refund the money for all good" not deal, ed, excepting those male to order, and so classed in their book. They guarantee a 1 an ides exactly as represent ed, and have earned for themselves an unequaled reputation for fair and hon.-st dealing. Muslin, Cambrio and Fine Un derwear a Specialty. M. W. DUNHAM Wayne, Du Pag* Co., Illinois, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Percheron Horn** valued at *3,000,000. which Include* 75 PER GENT OF ALL HORSES EVER I MPOR TED TO AMERICA. ^ ■"* STOCK ON HAND: 150 Umjorted Brood lam, «5(> Stallion, oiigb tur Mr vice, J too COLTS. |T*o yesra old and ' younger. f Recognitm* the arts 'clpls accepted by all intelligent breedeit that, * -y. hewever well bred animate may be mid to be, tf their pedip'cee ere not recorded, end cannot be authentically Rivet*, they ebould be Talued only as grades, I will sell ail ' Stork at OrmU Pricm when 1 cannot furtm.li animal sold pedigree verified by the original Iiported Old enoi is ImporUd 'Stork at OrmU Pricm when 1 cannot furtmh wi;b the animal sold pedigree verified by the original I French cartllicate of i's nuniler and record In tbe Stud Book I In Frame. 1-- lllufttrated will------------------- Soritir Hippiqm Prrrkrronue of Franca. 1H84 . cha «d by m. W. Dunham, and drawn from life by RtMg Bouheur* tba most famous of all animal p als i m e tl The special tax of one-hslf of on* per cent, lev ied by the Board of School Trustees ot Hailey School District No. 7, will b® Dalinpent Janaarj 231, list. ( All taxpayers falling to pay on or before that | date will be liable to five per cent penalty and I coats. B. F. OLIVER. Collector* STOP, LOOK AND DEAD! And then you will know why it pays you to buy from F. H. ROWE the following articles : ROUGH LUMBER- Be cause I run niv mill winter and summer, and float my logs from the upper country, which enables ms to cut a better grade of lumber than can be cut from logs grown in the vicinity of Hailey, FINISHING LUMBER—Because I have the largest stock of Eastern Lumber in Idaho Territory, such as Clear Boards, Siding, Ceiling, Rustic, Flooring, e*o., which I will sell at prices that defy competition. LATH—Because I have a large s'oek of small pine timber on hand, and have the only Idith Mill on Wood River. SASH AND DOORS—Because I bay in large quantities direct from the manufacturers, and am the only dealer in Hailey that ships Eastern Sash and Doors in straight cur loads, thereby saving an item of freight alone on 20,000 lbs of 4300—that being the difference from Chicago on Sash and Doors in straight ear-loads, verius mixed with Inmher. MIXED PAINTS—Because I have the sole agency on Wood River for the tale of the Alston Manufacturing Company's (of Chicago) Mixed Paint, of which I have a large stock constantly on hand. BUILDING PAPER—Because I have a large stock on hand, which I sell as low as the lowest. SASII WEIGHTS—Because you cannot get them from anyone else. CORD WOOD—Sawed to order, in 24-inch lengths, 16.50 per cord; in 16-inch lengths, $7; in 12-inch lengths, 47.50. Delivered in tlniley. My cord is 128 cubic feet. SHINGLES—Because you can have your choice of Michigan or Native. FRED. II. ROWE, Telephone No. 30. Hailey Sawmills. F. J. KIESEL, President. II. L. DICKINSON, Manager. (SUCCESSORS TO I MORRIS A OO.) Ill............ I. MORRIS A OO.) Hailey, - - - Ketchum, - - - Vienna. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL C3r JfcC. C 3ES JtC Wine, Liquor and Cigar Merchants, AGENTS FOR THE BEST BREWERIES IN THE UNITED STATES. —SOLE AGENTS FOR WOOD RIVER FOR TIIE GIANT POWDER COMPANY. Notice of Forfeiture. To H. BARTON MAIZE: You are hereby notified that we havo expended one hundred (SIHO.) dollars, in labor and improve ments, upon each of the following claims, iu run ning a joint tunnel for their joint development, to-wit: The Treaaure-Box nud the Blue Bird, situ ated at bend of Camp Creek, in Mineral Hill Min ing District, Alturas county, Id.ho Territory, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of section 23_'4, Revised Statutes of the United States, betiu' the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 81, IMS4- that the proportion of said expenditure due by you, H Bar ton Maize, is sixty-six ($'»«.«(» V dollars sin} sixty six and two.thirds cents, lawful money of the United States, the same being thirty-three ($33.33*,,) dollars and thirty-tin ee and oue-third Ceuta for each claim. And if, within ninety (90) day> after the pithli cation of this notice, yon fail or refuse to contrib ute your proportion of such expenditure as a co owner, your interest in said claims will become the property uf the subscriber under «iid section 2324. ALF.X. J. HOBFFLIGEU, JAMES GUNN. Hailey, Idaho, January 2,1HM5. Notice of Forfeiture. To GEORGE CRI8MON, S. B. YOUNG, T. J. MACINTOSH, E. SHURTLIFF and W. S. CRISMON : You ure hereby notified that I have expended One Hundred (1100) Dollar*, in labor mnl improve inents, upon the Elian Jane lode, situated on Car bouatu Hill, Mineral Hill Mining District, Alturas county. Idiiho. aa will appear by certificate filed November 27th. 1884, iu the office of the Recorder of aaid couutc, in order t » hold said premise*- tin der th** provisions of Beet.on 2324, Revised Stut ntes of tlie United States, being the amouut re quired to hold the same for the year ending De cember 31. 1H84; and if within ninety days after the fin-t publication hereof you full or refuse to contribute your respective proportion* of such ex peuditure as co-owners, your intercuts in S'lid Eliza Jai.e claim will become the proper y of the sub scriber, under said Section 2324. JOHN C. YOtNG. Hailey, Alturas Co., Idaho, Jan. 2, 1885. Notice oi Forfeiture. To GEORGE CRISMON and W. 8. CRISMON : You are hereby notified that I have expended One Hurdred ($100) Dollars, iu labor and improve inents, upon the Scott Ciiaiuon lode, s tuated on Ciirbonate Hill. Mineral Hill Mining District. Al turas county, Id'iho. as will appear by certificate filed November 27th. 1KK4, in the office of the Re corder of said countv. in or »er to hold said prem is**s under th* prov*ah ns t f Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, b- ins the anmuiit requires! to hold the same for the vear ending De ceuiber 31. 1884; and if within ninety days after the fir*t publication hereof, you fail or refuse t<> contribute your respective proportions of such ex peuditure aa co-owners, your interests in said claim will become the property °f the undersigned under the aaid Section 2324. JOHN C. YOUNG. Hailey, Alturas Co., Idaho, Jnu. 2, 1885. Notice ot Forfeiture. t> FRANK E. ENSIGN : You arc herebv ratified that I hsv* expended j one hundred ($100> doll as, in labor nnd improvf ! meuts. nnon the Mineral K1 g lod® and mining 1 claim, sit'itttsd in Mineral Hill Mining DIkIi l» t. Alturas county, Idaho Territory, in or«ier to hold aaid premise* under the provisions of section 9324, Revised Statute* of the United States, being the amount required to held the snme for the year •tidingDecember 31. 1884: tbal_ the ]w<>i <irtlon of suid exi»**nditure due b> von, Frank E. Ensign, is thirty-three $33 83 V dollar* and thirty-tbrec and on*-third ernts lawful m«mey of the Uu ted 8tstcs, ; the same being on -third. j And If. within niuety (90) dsvs »ft *r the publi cation of this notice, yon full or refuse to contrib ute y«*nr prop-rt on of sm*t» cxftendrtnre a* a co owner. y- 3r inter- «t in said claim wi)l Wrom tfie x property of the subscriber under said ac tion »*?* \ John McLaughlin Hailey, HjLo, Tannsry 14 Cracker Depot! Hail Street, apposite Oita's Saloon. The undersigned respectfully announce to the people of Wood River that they have just opened a CRACKER DEPOT and BAKERY, where All Kinds of Select Crackers -WILL BE KEPT, AS WELL AS i ' ! i j I : I j ( j , j ! | I [ • ' I j ; j ' | j ! j I, UU11UU, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., BAKED FRESH EVERY DAY. FORTY Th*> following assortment of KINDS OF CRACKERS Kept constantly on band : CAKES Soda, S 15 < Oatmeal, 18 Graham, 20 ExceU-or, 20 Boston Butter, 20 Butter, 20 Milk, 20 Carraway, 25 Lemon Crenna, 25 Nick-Nacks, 20 Jumbles, 25 Jumble Cakes, 25 Honey Jumbles, 30 Lemon Jumbles, 25 E^eerless Jumhlas, 30 Butter Jumbles, 25 Ginger Snaps, 20 Peerless Snaps, 25 Cocoa Tally Snapa, 25 Fjl« Pound. Lemon Snapa, 25 cents CocoanHt Snaps, oO Strawberiy Bar, 30 Coeoa Bar, 26 Ginger Bar, 20 Pansy cakes, (something new) 30 Honey cakes, 30 Coffee cakea, 26 Chocolate t akes, 30 Frosted Honey cakea, 30 Fruitcakes, 25 Frosted cream cakas, 25 Cocoa-drop cakea, 25 Jelly Angers, 30 Lady fingers, 26 Banana fingers, 25 Jelly wafers, 30 Lemon wafers, 25 Cak<,-8 baked to order. Pies, 25 cents apiece. Ginger bread, 15 cents a loaf. Home made Bread—three loaves for 25 centa. Restaurants and Storekeepers r * ». . »i * j . . *.• ti « • . , . . " 111 11 t© their advantage to Obtair OUr wholesale OF jobbing pftCOt fore bujilllg. ^ ^ Special low rates by the bos. ! | ' 1 Opposite Oldham's Saloan, Hailey.