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W O0D RIVER TIMES
HATLEY. ir>\::o
MONDAY ....
.......JANUARY 20, 1KR-,
WOOD RIVEU'8 RECORD.
Tn 1878............ Wild Indian*.
In 1880...... Settled by the White*.
In 1881 —Yistd of th«Min**— f 1,260,000
In 1882—Yield of the Mine. —12,500,000
In 1888—Yield of the Mine*—13,500,000
Itl 1884—Yield of the Mlnee—lJ4,000,000
-...... Thtire are some items of countv
expenses not indicated in tlie report
of tlie Auditor which tli® taxpayers
would like to be informed of, ami
among these are the following :
How much did each county office
cost the taxpayers ?
How much the Sheriff's office ?
How much the Recorder and Au
ditor's ?
How much' the District Attorneys ?
How much the Probate Judge's ?
How much the District Court ?
How much the Assessoi and Tax
Collector's?
The popular supposition is that tli
various officials enjoy such fees mid
perquisites as amount to a fortune an
nually, while the fact is that the
county offices (on the average) do not
net their occupants $200) per year.
That impression, which leads to much
growling and makes it disagreeable
all around, might be removed if the
itemized statement above outlined
could be supplied.
•--The bill to prevent the unlaw
ful occupancy of the public lands,
which pissed the House last June,
his been amended by tlie Senate.
Fencing public lands is declared un
lawful, and United States Attorneys
are required to begin suit against
violators of the fence law. If the
fence is not removed within five days
after trial of the case, it must bo forci
bly destroyed by the author ties.
--'Hie first of Januarv being a
legal Ixdiday, Secretary Teller has de
cided that milting locations made on
that date are not valid.
We iind the above in an exchange.
If Secretary Teller has really made
such a decision, it will cause much
litigation in this section.
--A bill lias just passed the House
of Representatives which amends the
general incorporation act of Territo
ries by prohibiting tl.e legislative
assemblies from granting private
charters or special privileges.
--Tli* reapportionment bill does
not do Alturas justiee, hut it was the
Lest our reproseutativescould Jo, and
they deserve credit for it.
Removed 1
The Idaho h orwaiding Company
has removed to the new Kingsbury &
McGowan block, corner of Main and
f'roy streets.
Opening of tlie Mew Oyster Parlor.
Next door to French & Stinson's
saloon, Waugiiman will open to-night
with Puget Sound Shell Oysters,
('r»l>«, Shrimps, etc., together with a
Choice Cold Lunuh at all times ; Cof
fee, Home made Pies of all kinds;
Ham and Eggs. A1 Booth's Oysters
Aold by the can. Pickled Pigs' FVet
and Sheep's Tongues. Families sup
plied.
2-$f"Open day and night.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and
broken <%( your rest bv a sick child
suffering awl erving with jaiin of cut
ting teeth ? If so, send at once aud
get a bottle of Mus. Winslow's
SotfTlUNAi Svr.lt* FOR CHILDREN
Teei iiixu. Its value is incalculable.
It will ralutve the iioor little sufferer
. * _ 1
immediately. Depend upon it, moth-{
ers, there is no mistake alio it it. It
cures dtsei.tery und diarrhoea, regu
Lttes tin* stumaoh and bowels, cures
wind colic, softens the irums, reduces
. - . t • ^
liiliammation, and <>ivttg tone and eri
eruy to the whole aysicn. Mhs. VVtx
wixjw's SoorniNG Sykci* kou Uiiil
dhkn Tuktiiixg is pleasant to th.
taste, sod is the prescription of one of
the eldest and best female nurses and
physicians in the United States, aid
is for sale l»y all druggists throughout
she world. 25 cts. a bottle, icl 2d \v. y
vie Mu«t neve Money J
All accounts due us must be paid
IMMkdiatbiv.
Jas. M. Hf.nRA.tM A Co.
Hailky, November 2fi, 1X84. ml
A Car*.
Tn all who are guttering femn erroie
and indiscretions of youth, nervout
weakness, early decay, loss of man
l.ood, Aa.i | will send a receipt that
will cure you FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered tn
» missionary in South America. Send
self-ad tressed envelop to Rev. Jo
nKFH T. Ik max. Station D, Ne»
\ ork. a2')> Mw
18 LIFE WORTH LIVISfj !
How the " Hong of theMhlrt" Is Hung
In Mew York—Thirty Cents a Doien
k if.... Tt____ ir........ u.,i.i Ar
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him to produce his immortal
f. d*.oL' i i a
nf the Shirt, England respond j
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A Man ana Two Women I'uid $7
for Making 2111 Undergarments.
[New York Herald. I
Wh*ti Thomas Hood's poetic soul,
angered at the inhuman manner in
which indigent English seamstresses
were treated by their employers, in
spired
"Song of
ed to his cry for justice and vowed
that the evils which he deplored
should he at least mitigated, if not
abolished. A similar appeal to hu
manity seems to be desirable in this
city just at present, at least if
to judge front the
story which a prominent merchant
told a H'-rald reporter yesterday after- ;
noon. "Six dollars and fifty-three :
cents is nice payment for making j
291 shirts, is it not?" was his indig- j
limit question, as he pulled the pay- 1
hook from Ins pocket and showed tlie j
figures in black and white. "No, I ;
am wrong. The estimable employers j
paid 5s? 7 5 but you must deduct from I
that fl 22 for car fares, and then I
you have 53 for making 291 shirts, j
Who was fool enough to accept the i
job? I'll tell you. A man came here !
from Silesia about fifteen months ag<
with his wife and two children.
Dueisijng
I eart-rending j
is II bright, intelligent fellow, shout i
* >i | * a !
He
forty years old, and has worked for,
some vears on a railr >ad in Germiiliv. j
He b fought with him two sewing
machines, and he and his wife man
aged to support themselves for some
months by making shields for caps.
When the demand for these articles
ceased he sought other employment,
hut was unable to Iind any. At last
a friend told him that a firm in East
Fifty-third street wpuld be willing to
employ him at making shirts. He
jumped at the idea, went to the firm,
got the material for the shirts and set
to woik at once, alter he had pro
vided himself with cotton thread an l
othi r necessaries. This was on No
vember 20. From that duv until
December 0 he and his wife and
another woman, who provided a third
sewing machine, worked from 0
o'clock in the morning to 11 at night,
and at the end of the time they had
finished 291 shirts, and had received
4? ?5.
TWO CENTS AND A HALF FOR EACH
SHIRT.
"He lived in Brooklyn, at a con
siderable distance from the ferry, and
had to pay a considerable sum in car
fares. The agreement was that he
should receive thirty cents for every
dozen shirts, and on November tt>
he took three shirts to itis employers,
expecting to he paid at tlie rate of
two cents and a half a shirt. But how
could he tie paid the odd half cent?
Would his employ ers be magnanimous
enough to give him eight cents in
stead of seven and a half? Quite the]
contrary. They paid him seven cents
instead of seven and a half cents, his
lawful due. On December 3 he took
eight dozen shirts to his employers,
and received #2 4U; on the 5th he
took another eight dozen and re
ceived $2 64,the increased wages being
accounted for by the fact that these
shirts required to be finished better
than the others, and on the 9th he
took a third eight dozen and received
the same amount as for the preceding
lot.
N ATT RALLY INDIGNANT.
"I saw him after lie had taken his j
last eight dozen, and lie told me his ,
story. I got Ins pay book from him,
and allowed it to several influential j
gentlemen of this city. Knowing the i
price they have to oav fur shirts, they ,
could hardly believe that any etn- j
ployer could be so mean as Vo ask i
men and women to make them fot
two and a half cent,
that the man's wife could not sn
her children on such starvation wages, I
and was obliged to get coal, tea and I
money from some charitable ladies in |
Bl ooklwi. 1 then went to a promi- j
nent labor bureau, and requested the j
proprietor not to recommend any man 1
or woman, however badly off he or she
might be, to take employment at !
such a rate of payment, and!
1 told them '
i() pj i
finully I promised the intui, whoso case ;
j " * !
, i
attracted nty attention t > the matter,
j to do city nest to grl him some jot) hel- !
j ter th.ni that one. lie wag an honest i
man, an.I ho says that it would break
I his heart to see his children selliutr !
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, .... .
newspapers on tlie street. 1 hat was
the reason why he accepted such hadlv !
pa.insr work. If the He.aid wdl i
only give due prominence to this '
storv. Hood's hopes may lie realized |
. .
in this city
says
You remember how he
"And Mill in a voice of d<dornua pitch,
(Would that la toner could r***cb the rich.)
She aaug the aoug of tba ahtrt."
"Not even the most stony-hearted |
employer would dare to par a man j
; and two women for thirteen davs' I
labor such a miserable sum as tliis
firm paid Regen and his fellow work
ers, if the matter were know., to the
puWic."
To Toal Kilters.
■ UAOSI ntlTcrs.
On snd after January 15, 1885, the
following rates will be chargvc**
At the depot— $10.50 per ton; 1
$6.00 per half-ton.
IiELiVEUED— $H.50 per ton; $6.25
per hall-ton; #3.50 per quarter-ton.
K. Monk it l, A/ent,
Atteirpt to Blow I'p Hie English;
Parliament Buildings.
An attempt was made, in London, |
Kn |, m ,i | nst Satu rdav afternoon, to !
p ■
blow up the House of Commons,;
House of Lords, and Tower o Lon- :
don, with dynamite. T lie charges
lining small the explosion did no
aimot be repaired in a j
relv
persons and slightly wounding i-i
> . . , , , ,
Others. This IS believed to be tin
work of Irish Nationalists. Many ar
damage that
week, beyond sev
injuring 19 ;
ding 24!
rests have been made of su peels
list
Evidences of Iniprovenn nt.
An Eastern paper publishes
f manufacturing cone oils, employ
over 90,000 men, that have re
W ork in the United States sinee
the first of January. The list is in
complete.
NEW TO-DAY
WANTED
Wholesale b Retail Agents
FOR THE
Uaical Razor, FaM
RECEIVED 7 PRIZE MEDALS
Constructed upon an entirely n*»w plan, with !
thiH razor you can aliave yourself nt any time.even !
wU»u traveling, ill tlie light or iu the dark, w'.tii- j
out any paine aud iiupoHsible tc» cut yourself. Send
1 Dollar Greenback for Sample with which thou
amitaoi' Dollar* worth of or<li-ra c ill be taken and !
make from 5 to 2l
2U Dollar* per day
AGENCE AMERICAN
18, RUE DE LA FIDE LITE, PARIS - FRANCE
Rare 'Paintings,Engravings Photos, 'Bonk* < 'uri
oait**s Hii't Novcltie* bought oil Commission i« rex
port. Send one 'Dollar as Deposits and we will
senil you samples t* select from*;.
Letter Postage 5 cents
too *»io <M<>
WE WISH
An Euerg*tic Man or Wo.
until in every tieiuhborhood
ou the Pacific Coast.
For full particulars address
-A.. L. BANCROFT & CO
SAN FRANCISCO. ju'ietliUw
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Test Ycnr Latin Powder To-Day!
Brands advertised ns &bsohm*?r pure
COWTAIKT ATVSMQiyiA.
li:z test:
equjicd to UtUci Uic pre.ieiie« <jI
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!
TOTS MOT CONTAIN AMM9MTA.
Ita livalUifUlncta lias M"VER L«**» Ou^»ilo*e<t.
In a n»UH«Yi homes for a quarter cf a century it
bu Hood lue consumers voituAuv teat,
THE TES T CF T HE CVEK.
Price Balilug fewder Co.,
MAKLTS CF
Df. Price's Special F lavoring Extracts,
The strongest, mo t d^llciouaand natural
Uvur knot* i*. und
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems
For Light, Healthy ."rend. The lieetDry Hop
Yeast la tin; world.
FOR SALE CY CPOCERS,
CHICACC. - C7. LOUIS.
tspecial School Ta.
The special school tnx of on«-half of one per
cent upon the taxable property of Hnlley School
District No. 7, levied by the Board of Trustees of
said Distri* t December M, 1884, is now due and p«y7
able. All taxes remaining unpaid thirty days from
du|e of this notice will be declared delinquent.
and 5 per cent added thereto, to be paid by such
delinquent taxpayers.
JOHN M. CANNADY,
Clerk of Boaid of Trustees.
Hailey, Idaho, December 'J3, 18^<4. d'JUt.lO
Notice (or Fubllcation.
Land lirncK At Hailey, Idaho,
January -0, 18-'5.
I. Enos C. Walling, of Alturas county. Idaho, a
J*** 1 * ■ , V ,, Vr"*? J l,d *!»►**•■ •**•«> *"• "T, 13 H - , " r
the GW Section 10, 1 8 U18 E h ,do hereby give
not
my iutt-uth*
{j'! x p?rt'u!"Jlr.^r n?y * nd
.wiors th*- «nd H
r_» Brock •llof U«lliTue. «ndl*»»t w. Ci«rrr«». of
Hailcv. Idaho.
Hnlley. Idaho,
°f the »b->»« •pp...*th>u will be pub.
llfthed in the Time*, printed «. finite,, Idaho,
to make final ptoof t«» ch
' above de»<'rib» d,and
U-Uceaud cultivation
ver, at Hailey. Idaho,
on February 28. 1885 ffiy two of the following wit
Ob arte ^ M. Black. Peter Mevia aud Fran
EN09 C. WALLING.
Land Orrica at Hailkt. Idaho. |
'anunry 20, 18*3.
vlitch I hereby deaignate aa the newapaper pub.
Untied nearest the land deacribed in aaid applica
tion. HOMER L. POUND. Register.
Notice for Fubllcation.
Ian Omi t »t Uutn, In.un.i
January 20. 18H6. i,
I. Cbarlea M. Black, of Alt iron cou' ty, Idaho,
who mad** U^mcdrad \ppl *-uti »u v o. b. C.
S , i<*r th^ NE V4 s«E V* ai d E H UK Vi HertJon 10,
aud NW H NE W S**. tion Iff, Tp 1 9. R It last do
hereby g:?e iuti<*e of wv infenti *n t» •••aka final
pr**of t • eft abl ft i my claim 'O the land above de
acribwii, and that I ex^e*! r«* prve ».y r»#iten-e
and ruitivat on before tb»* Register aud Receiver
at Hatley, Idaho, »*u fVbruiry J.i, 1883. by two of
at llatley. Idaho, ou February 2J, 18X3. by two of
•«,, fotfcwlns wltn.M.: f-uc W. o/rr-tt. .f
«^J«* Dtf^™?***** ..... .......
CHARLES M BLACK.
Lawo OrncK at Hailkt, Idaho,
January 20. 18x4 )
Notice of the show application will be pub
lished iu the Tiwka. i rinP'l at Hailey, Idano,
which 1 hereby d«a guatf aa the u* wapap r i ul»
1iah«al iu*.tr»st the laud d* aerified in aaid applico.
tim.
)V-'I
HOlfl it 1. r f M». l<. girt.
Corner Silver wild Mnln street*. bark «>f CIrtk's
B lui ktfwith &h*11>.
Capital Fed Stable ani Corral.
Hornes to buy, 50 renIn per night.
Hornes boarded, by tlie day, week or month.
Baled Hay and Grain for Sale,
At lowest market rates.
In connection wi:b tlie stable, a
DAILY HACK LINE
IS RUN
Between Haiby and Ketchutr. oll'in
THE EUREKA MEAT MARKET
At the old Stable & Rafter Stand,
Opposite Theatre, Hailey.
REED b filRKIN, Proprietors.
Bat Teal, Mattoa'acJ Perl,
AT WHOLESALE OU RETAIL.
A specialty of Choice Cuts, Fair Deal
ing and Reasonable Prices.
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
McComick & Co.,
BANKERS
HAILEY, IDAHO.
Transact a «enrril banking business.
Huy and sell drafts on the principal cities of the
United States.
Draw exchange ou Great Britain and Ireland,
France, ltnlv, Spain, Portugal. Norway und Swe
den, and a l the German States.
Advances made on ores, gold and silver bullion.
Car"fnl attention given to collections, and re
mittances made on day of payment.
COKRESPONDENTS :
Chemical National Bank..
First Nation 1 Bank.......
Omaha National Bank.....
Cro.-ker. Wool worth A: Co.
McComick & Co..
.......New York
........Chicago
..........Omdta
...San Francisco
alt Lake
JOS. M. BURKETT. Caaliie
e
RUPTURE
Absolutely cured in 30 to JW
♦lave, by Dr. Wcrce'a Patent
Magnetic Elaaiio Truisn.
antDiitlieunlyEleefrlcTruBa
world. Entirely ddlen-mfrom
rfeet Retainer, m tl is worn
comfort ni?l'.tuud day. Cured
tl Dr. .1. Simms of New York,
otiicrs. \cvr IUuntraicd pa La
TIC TBUsi COMPANY. 1 * „
. son Francisco, CAL
SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis
trict of the Territ ory of Idaho, in und for
the County of Alturas.
Mirttudu J ( rnmpton, plaintiff, vs. J W. Cramp
t- n, defendant
The people «>f the i nited States in the Terr ! to»y
of Idaho semi greeting to J. W. Craiupton.
defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an action
hr-ugl t against >ou by ihe above-named plain
t ff, in the Di«trict Court of th- Second Judicial
District of the Territory of Idaho, in aud for the I
county of Alturas, aud t answer the com plaint !
filed therein within ten days exclusive «»f the tiny ■
of servic. ), i ft r the service on y u of this sum
mons- if served within this county; or. if served
out of this county, but in this district, wilhin j
twenty davs; otherwise, within forty days—or !
judgment by default wi 1 be taken against you no.
cordimj to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is bro gir. to diss Ivw the bt.nds i
of inairimony now existing between you and the
pi lintiflf. ami that the custotlv of the minor chil
dren, Bosatia and Ermsr Albeit, he awarded to
her. aud for other and further relit f as to the |
court may seem proper; nlhgiug as a c-use that
y»»u, on or about August. 18H3. deserted nn i »;ban.
doned sanl plaintiff, without just cause. The facts J
more fully appearing by reference t<> the com- ,
plaint o: file, a certified copy of which is here
with served.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answ r the sud complaint, ns above
rt quired, the said pin it) tiff will take defitu t and
apply to the Court tor the relief demanded in said
complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis- i
trict Court of tot* S* cond Judicial District of the ;
Terr t ry oi I l.th *, in and or the county ot Altu- ,
ran, this P th day of December, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundr- d and eightv-four.
[sfalI A. L. RICHARDSON, Clerk. !
By E. E. Richards, Deputy Clerk. d!6 I
A. F. MoutSBdon, attorney for plaintiff.
SUMMONS.
.................... ..........
John Arnold, plaintiff, vs the Duvitt & Silver Kiug
Miu'.ng Company, deftndam
The people of the United Sia.es, of Idaho Terri
tory, send greeting to the Dnvitt ami Stiver King
M mng Company, tl»*i» ndant:
Y'ott are hereby summoned to appear before me,
at my office in Hailet, in the couuty of Alturas.
tin the 27th day of February. 1**5. nt lb o'clock
a. m , in an action brought against yon bv said
plaintiff, t<* answer the complaint of the above
UMned plaintiff.
Said action is brought to recover of and from
F<>u >h««"mof Kevemy dollar- with intern... for
a debt due by.YOUttt one John McGrt g..r, for s*-r
»n.»
To
vIcch rendered by him to you at your request, and
which Maid demand and indebiediicaH I.mf been
duly a*Hit>n<*d t«> the plaiuliff. ami tlier-bv the de
inand haa lw»com* own, or judgment will be
taken >.gainat you for the aaid amount, together
with coat* of thi» suit, If jou fail to appearand
To the Hheriff or any Couatabl* of said County,
greeting :
Make legal service and due return thereof
Given under my hand tbia 17th dav of Decem
ber 1884. F.. B LEMMON,
d|7 A Justice of the Pea*'eof aaid Precinct.
A. F. Montand.*!!, attorney for plaintiff.
JORDAN'S
Of
u ..
"i tbia wo Id
fr . ® flr JJ "' M,r * **>e
DR.
9
751 Market St , 8an Fronciaco.
Go and 1** rn how to avo'tl d.acaae,
and how wonderfully you are made.
Priv-te office, 211 Ge try a re*t ('on
sultatioa < n I-OKt Manhood and all
diaeaaea of meu. Send for book.
?end a ! x cent* for ptatage.and
receive free, a coatly b. x of
Ij |jJ|K°*>dft which will help you
right aw
All, of either
broad road to fortune
pens before the workers, absolutely sure. At once
» nrsi uour liienroad roi
, ..-lor. th- worker., .b-.li.tcly
Au>lu, ' tl '- M,ll0 f
8500 REWARD!
•in r*'
,Mck li.
trktly f
»rj L-l
• l.o.L.d
V.
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ifa.lUn. pti^t
taiDiug ».♦ pills, 25 ,xnta. Far w;*
vuonurf. ;*.» Imfut' x.i Tb. ...
JOHN' C. WI ST A r
iny ru# of V.T9T Uf.niplsl
, (* rivtlpstl in orCtHt.Yrn,
Lixer I'illt. iht rftr
« V Mr* purely Yt-f. t»LI«, a
- < <ral«it. I.xrg* d .jti, r.
*y sll druggl-O. B«t**r*
»I A 1 . H. Ny^i,
Si.,
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The Moot Acceptable Holiday CM. A case or ECLIPSE champ ao nr
OR A CASE (ASSORTED IF DESIRED) OP PURE OLD CALIFORNIA TABLE WINE.
WfirJeiiftljeEIite
UNixmiEa ran
DELICACY
PURITY
DRYNESS
© PurE^infandel^arefs
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VX/iJatIjral spari
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PRODUCERS OF
SfARKLIfJ&WlNES
COKVt.
TABLE
^INES.
GTOMtA* DOWERS \*
S30 WASHINGTON ST. SAN FRANCISCO.CAL.
y intendedforfriends East, we can deliver from our X. I' Agency. Hrrut orders tur/y
BOARD,
CROY STREET, NEAR RIVER, HAILEY, IDAHO.
A large stock of Native Seasoned Lumber and Shiuglns, Native Floor
ing and Rustic ; also Eastern Finishing Lumber, Pickets, &c.
Sash, Boor and Mixed Paints.
Selling lower than ever before, as I am moving my stock from the old yard
on Carbonate street.
JAS. SI. BLOSSOM & CO.,
Commission Merchants,
and wholesale and retail dealers in
Flour, Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat,
—and all kinds of—
GRAIN and CHOPPED FEED,
at the lowest cash rates.
I M.OT R FURNISHED IN CAP. LOTS, THE BEST
lira- ds ever sold on Woo l River.
We have constantly «»n hand the Patent Roller,
Deseret aud Central Mills Flour, every sack war
Consignments solicited.
0.ie door above Old P stoff ce, Haile,
i
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(Branch of Colorado Iron Works, of Denv
!iamil»rturer* of and dealers in
Mining Machinery*
SAWMILLS.
JIGS. SCREENS,
ELL VAT US.
FURNACES,
CRUSHERS.
CORNISH PUMPS.
STEAM PUMPS, ETC
Also,
Gsnral BMffltMii.
WagouWork and Horse-sh ieing a Specialty
j
f. E. WILLIAMS, Manager.
J. K. MORRILL,
STABLES,
Corner of Bullion atreet and First Aveuue
IIaii.ft, Idaho.
Unsurpassed accommodations for thirty horses,
* l,< ^ ^he turnouts and teams * re first-«*luss.
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KF"Prompt attention paid to all orders.
m k
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu
ilia
Mint Emit,
- AND-
VIGORIT POWDER,
HAILEY, IDAHO,
2?mil»
LUMBER.
Seasoned Rough Lumber.
and first quality or
«Rustic Floorini ail Shinties,
C'onatantfy ou hand in large supply.
PHICEH 'WAY DOWN.
A. Adams,
KI'TC'IIUM, IDAHO.
HAILEY HOTEL
C. BACHE, Proprietress,
Mniu street, next door north of express ofttcc
HAILEY, IDAHO.
lie
Only Fire-Proof Hotel h
WOOD UIVER.
111 Elegantly Fnrntilied Itooin*.
Cumstiodlous Sample Itniiuoi* rurrommrrrb
W-FVr.ltYTHING NEW AND FIRST-UI ASS.
ROM
That is a long journey overland, bat it is vastly
longer to go round by water.
Since Railways hnA'e spanned the continent—
"annihilating time and distance"—the journey
has lost not only its terrors but its hardships,
and each new "link" in the "trans-continental
chain," with its improvements in equipment and
structure, brings u "world of comfort" to the way
farer.
the
Paul
Clicap, Milvantee & St.
Railway's
Clicap, Coecil Bluffs aM Qmaba
SHORT LINE
Pos esses every feature which renders railway
travel agreeable. Its construction, equipment aud
service are the best of the best, the country
through which it passes is a never-failing source
of pleasure, it feast*) the eye aud yields abundant
and most desirable supplies for the Larder oi the
Palace Dining Cars
-RUN UPON
;
and thrae tn chargn thereof havt order* wot to
accept of any second-rate c onunisrary aubatancoa,
aud they don't do it— aa a trial of the cuisine wiH
verify.
The moat fast dious traveler who has never had
xperience of how they do thing* on the Chicago,
Milwaukee Is st. Pan Railway, is surprised at wil
ueaHing how caftily they make him completely
comtortable. But the aecret is in having the fa
ilitifft, In knowing how and having the diapoal
t:ou to do it. He anon diacovere Ihey ^oaaeaa all
three, and when he has arrived at either terminal
of the grand mad he ia ready to certify they bi*«
"performed all they advertise.''
For details commit the literature of the Paaeea
gtr Department, and any well-informed Ticket
Ageiit in the country—and when ready to go, goby
mute.
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th twit' pul y it to th- waxof tn«k.n*
tnor* mon-j in ■ r.w it*,* than »<m rrrt »hou*bt
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ion ran 1 1 v j- „t hom. amt wo k in apart* ttmr roly,
, or all Mir Mm*. All of both arxr*. ol all •«*».
vramt'y iu.-,- bo rmt, t- f.S rarity rarnnt
rvetrrvrn.nR. That nil who want work nay
t' r l.o.ii-.r. wr makr t na iii,|..r-ll<l«l rlfrr : To
all Wbo arr u .1 w-ll.*|.«t|rd wrwlll aand fI t»I>«
, r 1 "* *ri.iil4r of writing wa. Fnl| partlcnl***.
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riirrf.w all who atari al nnrr. Don't delay. Ad.
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