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OL. V--NO. 22. HAILEY, IDAHO, TUESDAY. JANUARY 27.1885. (TWELVE AND ONE-HAl ( CLNTB 1'KK COrT. VOOD 111VER TIMES HAILEY. IDAHO. pries- rim* bcildisg. a. s. corner main AMD 'BIKES STREETS. HbUtfced Rvtry Evenin?, Sundays Exrrptnl. Subscription Ratks _j mrjt, one year, oy mail. .......... — -$W 00 ne copy, six month*, by mail.......... 5 00 dm copy, throe month*, by mail........... 2 50 no copy, one raoi«';h, by mail...........- • 1 »t9 no copy, one week, delivered by carrier;. 115 ingle cepiea ........................... Advertising Kates wralahtd on application at the ofic., or to any of nr AgeaU. T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher. £. IS. TRUE, II. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor AHD HIKING ENGINEER. HAILEY. IDAHO. IV. .1. BROWN, M. D, (Succeaaor to Dra. Mitler k Brown) Physician and Surgeon, Hailey, Idaho. Residence »n l»t Avenue, between Carbonate :nnd Galena streets. Call* attended promptly, day and night. 91. K PRICK KTT. JOHN M. LAMB. Notaiy Public. PRICXETT & LAMB, LAWYERS, BOISE CITY", - - - IDAHO. Office on Main street, second floor of Broxdbent'i new bri k building. Will practice in all the Courts, and in the United -Hides Lmd Office. Collections promptly attended tt«. CONVEY\NUING neatly done. Claims of all ■kinds against tho Government prosecuted Ab strweta ot' title to .11 lands iu the county in the ■office. Insurance P-dlcie* issued aud all busmen* promptly at tended to. HATLEY OFFICE : Northwest corner of Maiu •aud Galena streets. *wl E. C. BBEARLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. OFFICE : Corner Bullion sjid Main afreets. ED. J- CURTIS, ATTORNEY - AT - LA W, Bellevue, Idaho. Office at the Capitol Hotel, Msln street. HI. JONES, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN Bellevue, Idaho. Calls by telephone promptly answered. F. E. Ensign, ATTORNE Y-A T-L A W HAILEY, IDAHO, Witt practice in all the Courts. KINGSBURY & McGOWAN, ATTORNEYS. OrncK: Bullion Streeet, Hailey, - Idaho. Wm. H. WATT, SOLICITOR Of PATENTS, HAILEY, IDAHO. Oman: North side of Bullion street, between Main and tUver. fylltf WM. jE£Y3ST IDIMI A.TST, Attorn ey-at-Law, HAILEY AND KETCHUM, I. T. Froctiaea In all the Courts. W. T. H-A.I_.Xj, Real Estate ari CoMoa iiset. Ural proparty bought and sold; rents collected, and loaua negotiated. Desirable bnrgatu* In town and country. Ornos: Opposite express office, two doors n rtt •of T. R. Jones's bank. al4 Dissolution of Partnership. Ncdtoe Is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned—-H. H. Freeman and Georgs Warren -in the stage at d tr s ns port ition bualnesa. la, by mutual consent, tMs day dissolved, and said Freeman assumes and agrees topaz all th* debts aud liabl.lties of the lots inn, cuLtvacted in said business. H. M. FRF.F.MAN, GROUGE WkBBFN. UsIWy. kiite. Jau 2, 1HSC* jfml james h. unn. HAWLEY & RUICK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Hailey, Idaho. Office: Over Coffin Brea*. Store. P. M. I»UUNllR. OKO. M. PARSON*. A. J. BRUNER Biwr, Parsons &Bimr, A TTORNEY S-AT-LAW, Hailey, Idaho. OFFICE : Over Coffin Bros'. Store. i>. w. PI -Oil ns. m. n. W. W. Hi KAT, M. 1> McKay & Flips, PIIYS2CIANS AND SURGEONS, TIailky, Idaho. Office : Cant side of Main street, next door to Ru port's Drsifc Store. Office hoars ; 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4, and 7 to 9 p.ra. DH. O. B. ESTES, Associated with Dr. Hill,) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ketciium, Idaho. Will vis any part of the eouut*y where his ser vices ra ty be required. Has had ten y«ars' prat tle* in St. oe. Mo Geo. H. Roberts, A T T O It N E Y • A T - L A W , Hailey, Idaho. Office : Over Wood River Times. LYTTLETOM PRICE, Iu A. W O FF I CE. Office : Coffin Bros', block, up stairs. HAILEY IDAHO. E. 3. Lemmon, Attorney-At-Law and Insurance Agent, Bullion, between Main and Rivet Sts., HAILEY, - - IDAHO. *35,000,000 Represented. Low est Rates. OLDHAM'S PLACE. <\ i'st of Main street, three doors north of ilie Postoffieu, HAILEY", IDAHO. Liquors and Olgnrs. A comfortable club-room Is attached. J. B. OLDHAM A CO., Proprietors Do you know THAT Mari's CMx Plui Tain with Red Tin Tag ; Host; Leaf Fine Cnt Chewing ; YttVV t'lippiuus, and Black, Bmwu and Yellow Hnuil's are the best aud cheapest, quality coimid audyl Host otter' ach Bittera 1 a th article f atimulat' Jug energies, orntea the body and cIimth the mind. It em-.hlet* the sya era to throw off the de- ; bilitating effects of undue fatigue,#! ves renewed Vigor to the organs of diges it the fHii- j | of peraoriB of every class < vincing. Tot sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. $500 REWARD! VrEwillptvti*. ttstard for ary rasa of L Byspepda. k H.-ariv-hr, l».lii;eitioii, «*• cannot cute witli XVast'a V.goUhl# l.ivar Pith, ^ Ilona arc strictly coug l cd wl.L. They am pttroly stvw K^il to *tv« salt,la,lion. Pu^ar CuaiaJ. J.« lainibg SO pills, 26 cent*. For sale by ill •Iruf.'if' .ouutcrfvP.s and iciliutioas. T'ua pv*iu'n« n.ai.ufr. JOHN C. WEST A CO., IS! i I8:j \V. MaGiui, ir i«-'Vafi wni l.y ujj.il pr^tis -3cr *y ilu)H or stol*n !TH3 HOLLAS COLUMN. I Advertisements not exceeding an luen (or ter tines of small type' in length will be inserted it this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cents the first insertion aud twenty-five cents each ad. ditioral insertion—payable in advance.] Patronise Home Industry. HAMILTON A ANDERSON, the Merchant Tail-, ors who have given such good shtivfaction, both • in regard to work and prices, are constantly in re- j csipt of new goods. 1 tCJ*Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop: Main street, Halley. Raw Furs Wanted. I am prep red to buy-raw furs of every de scrip •tion, for cash, at tho ruling Market r-te. LEON FULD. Hailey. A Missing Man Fred Jesson, a Dane, iOy^ars eld about five feet three inches high, brown hair reddish or *nndy whi.-kers, had on n suit of canvas clothes. Left Beil* vue alHMit three or four weeks a go, r.itliei strang ly. Any information concerning him will In* thank* fully received by didiwidn* E. C. SMITH. Crichton, Idaho. Hailey Lodge, A. F. & A M. A Regular Communications of Hailey Lodge, yf Va. F. & A. M.,are lift'd :it Masonic Hall the dAfirst and third Saturdays of each iu nth. \jr Sojourning brethren ..ire cordially invited. T. 1>. BELLINGER, W. M. iW. T. Davidson, Secretary. | j For Sale. On^undivided h«lf interest in a saloon, billiard parlor, slid Theater, I wiK sell, for cash. The best harg-tiu that has ever been otfereu oil Wood River. Reason lor selling; Other business to at tend to. Apply at once, H. WARD. Hailey Theater. N. B.—This iu the best paying pro. ertv An Hailey. * alltf To Newspaper Men. The Tmps iu prepared to bind newspaper files, with leather bucks, board and marble euvei-w, in the styI. in which such work is usually done, at I E -st-rii net cash rates, including expressage both ways. Jyl2 Attention, A O. U. W! Stated meetings of Hailev Lodge, No. 1, A. O. U. W. are held every Monday ever in*. at mOm o'clock All visiting brethren are cordially invited to at tend. by order of THOMAS BELL, M. W. Homke L. Pound. Recorder. Ttie Baxter Hotel, Ketehum, PAUL P. BAXTER. pro; »r!etor, ia the oldest an 1 best kept hotel ( >n \Y< »od U. ^ er. Ths dining room : in the 1 urgent in the T ercit *r; uni the tables a « su '•plied with • vo r> thi •« the market ntf. rds. The i 'OojiiH h ic lwru v and w« U fvruiahed. Ohurg e« v»*rv modern to. '1 I'll** is » HGTi.L, and when in Ketehum rt« n 't t\ .-; !T-t the fn t, or the Iocs turn Maiu stieet, bel ow Fi rst Nat iom*l Jinnk. s'dtl Dividend Notice, No. 4 A dividend [So. 4) of two por cent, has been de clared on the paid-up stock of the Altunin Wntei Company. The hhiuo Will be payable on the lf»tl? Instant. The transfer books will be «lo.icd from the Kith to the 15th, inclusive, of oniii month. W. T. RILEY. President. E. C. Coffin. Secretary. Hailey, Idaho, December 1,1831. ollyl Pay-day Notice. vVOOD RJVKR <J. AND S3. M. CO., Ot WALT LA If K i'll Y, 17. T. All person* hold cliaimu. yguinst this rout puny l*iuat pre sen l their hills iu dupiicsite, ait Miccompnny otlic.e, ul bullion, before the firwl day of elu-1 nilii, kin d payment will be made on lh< UPh. EJfOK A. WALL, «M»*Viinn*r deni ; reputati n for la* Sent Free of Charge. H. C. F. K0CII & SON, Cth Ave. and 20th Ht., New York City, vill issue ou or sbo'it Mar.-li loth aud send l'REE to soy mlilri-ss thrir Fashion Catalogue For ttjirijbg and Summer, 1SS5. lithographic Fashion Beautifully illustrnted Platen aud about pletc gu de for nil Ladi •tgf: 1 Gents', Chil r-n'» and g Goods, Millinery, etc. This Hrm d-*es t..e largest end moat satisfactory catalogue tmde it» thiu n.uut'w. They list all goods a* the r New Yorkator** prices, w'lii'h are ncknowti dgeo lower than those of auv other house it« the United Statta. j Tn* y' receive ha.k aud refund th« raonev for all goods uot dealsed. excepting tho.e ma le t > order, and so classed iu their book. They guarantee a 1 nr idea exactly as represent ed, and hive earned for themselves an uncqualed hou. st dealing. Muslin. Cambric and Fine Un derwear a Specialty. 'heir Special Dls»'ouut ___ M. W. DUNHAM W,vn B Du Pan. C» Illinois HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE* 75 PERCENT OF ALL HORSES Whose purity of blood Is eitiblishel by their pedigrees recorded iu the HTU1> BOOKS OF FRAM E. EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. STUCK ON HAND: 1 130 I ^Deponed Brood Ions, ■ ^ , ___ . pjHiptaea are net t^^ded. and c *" n **^* givaa. ttw^abouldbs^loadsiily •• aad all Did cT.migD li.r aarvlee, 1 OO COLTS, Two yetsra old sod yoai-go. R«eoffntcin( the prtn , «ipt# acecftterf by all r intelligent breeder* that, however well bred animals be Mid to be, tf their be ambeutt French cartiflcate of ita number and »______ tn Frame. 140 Pin Cntftlogne *en!I frsa III illoFtratei with Six Ptlie Hordes of the Exhibition ot tb Uiptnuy* ?e-tkmw»# of Franco. 1884 • P*r eba-ed bv M. W. Danham, and drawn from life by Ka Bunht'ur. the bwii famous of f*' DR. JORDAN'S Of 7S1 Markst 91 , Han Francisco. Go and ru how to svo d itisfsse, aud how wt>ud«*rf>illy yon arwmads. Prlv? t- offics, 2\ \ tls-.ry s rvet Con saltation • n Lout MtuihOud and oil dlsetsts of tneu. B-*nd for book. r»|T %t*n<l six cents for p''S»*.g*.and I If i'*' 4 *'* 1 *'* fr**c, a costly o« x of #i|]l»K<MKl« which will help yon ti> ,J,i, .m?re ino'-ev right hw y th»u I snythiu *1** in this wo Ul. All. uf either • x.snc «.uh! fr m firat hour. The brv»ad tonU to fortune opens hsforr t'i<* workirs. rbsolutm? sore. Atot.ce xldn.ii4.Tlti x .V. C Aug.iNta, 43li,« of STOP, LOOK AMD READ! And then you will know why it pays you to buy from F. H. ROWE the following article* : ROUGH LUMBER—-Because I run «ny mill winter and summer, and float my logs from the upper country, which enables me to cut a better grade at' lumber tliuii can be cut from logs grown in the vicinity of Hailey, FINISHING LUMBER—Because I have tho largest stock of Eastern Lumber in Idaho Territory, suoh aa Clear Boards, Siding, Ceiling, Rustic, Flooring, e*c., which l will sell at prices that defy competition. j LATH — Because 1 have a largo s ock of small pine timber on hand, and have the only Lath Mill on Wood River. SASH AND DOORS—Because I bnv in large quantities direct from the manufacturers, and am the only dealarin Hailey that ships Eastern Sash and Doors iu straight car leads, thereby saving an item of freight alone on 20.0(10 lbs of $Tti0—that being the difference from Chicago on Sash and Doors in straight car-loads, versus * mixed with tnmher. MIXED PAINTS—Because I have the sole agency on Wool River for the sale of the Alston Manufacturing Company 1 :* (of Chicago) Mixed Paint, of which 1 have a large stock constantly on hand. B1 ILD1NG PAPER—Because 1 have a large stock on hand, which I soil as low as the lowest. SASH WEIGHTS—Be cause you cannot get them from anyone else. CORD WOOD—Sawed to order, in 24-inch lengths, 46.50 per cord; in lG-inch lengths, $7; in 12-inch lengths, IG.50. Delivered in Hailey. My cord is 128 cubic feet. SHINGLES—Be cause you can have vour choice of Michigan or Native. FRED. II. ROWE, Telephone No. 30. Hailey Sawmills. Fa J, KIKSEL, President.. II. L. DICKINSON, Manager. (SUCCEHdOKS TO I MORU1S k CO.) IL Hailey, - - - Ketehum, - - - Vienna. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Wine. Liquor and Cigar Merchants, AGENTS FOR THE BEST BREWERIES IN THE UNITED STATES. ----SOLE AGENTS FOR WOOD RIVER FOR THE- GIANT POWDER COMPANY. Notice of Forfeiture. To F BARTON MAIZE; You are hereby netift *d that we have expended one hundred (fllO) ihdlars. iu labor and improve lueuta, upon each of the foilowisa/ claiuia, in run ning a joint tunnel for th^ir joint development, to-wLt: The Treaaure-Box aud (he Blue Bird, altu r.t» d at head of Camp C'rcek, in Mimr.d Hill Min ing IVtKlri 'f. Alturua county, Id.ho Territory. Iu order to, hold said prenilaea under the provlniona of soctiou '23_'4, Revised Statutes of the United fctute* liein-^ the amount required to hold the same the year ending December 31. 1H84- that the I proportion ol saM oxpeiullture duo by yoii.H n«r l«u Mioif. Is m xty-six ($UU!<i" s ) ilollsrs and stvty six and two-thirds cents, lawful money of the United States, tho name being thirty-three ($Ti.:r.P s ) dollars and thirty-tin ee and one-thtrd rents f ir each claim. And if, within ninety (901 day? after the publt ration of iida notice, yon fail or refuse to contrib ute your proportion «»t such expenditure as a co owner, your interest in aaid claims will become the property of tho mbscriber under add nectiou ^•24. ALF.X J. HOEFFLIGEU, JAM'S GUNN. Hailey, Idaho. January 'J, IH«5. Notlco of Forfeiture, To GKOP.flE CniSMOS, S. B. YOU..G, T. J. MACINTOSH, E. SHl'llTLIFF »n.l W. ». ' CR1SM0N : ! Y»-u arc hereby notified that I have rxprnded j Ouo Hundred ($lhO) Dollara, in labor and improve- J meats, upon the EBzi Jan** lode, situated on Car- j bouatw Hill, Mudcml Hill Mining District, Alturnn ' : couldy, Idnho. oa will rpp< ar by certificate fllud j November *27111, 1HM. in the office of the Recorder ! of said countv. in order I • hold said premise.- un ; der the provisions of Hect.ou 2J'24. ltevised tttat- 1 nte««-f the United States, being the amount re. ( quired to hold V e same for ti e ye«r endiutf De- 1 I'emhor ;11. 1HA4; lUld if witbln niu. ty any, aft-r ! Ibe f.« t publication hor.-nf yon foil or rofu-r to! contribute your roaptntive proportions of suett rx pc-uditurc hh co-owners, your lutereata Jai.e claim will become the proper y of the *ab scriber, under said Section 2324 JOHN C. YOUNG. Hailey, Alturaa Co., Idaho, Jan. 2, 1885. "Notice ot Forfeiture. 1 I -- j ■ To oroKOE orismon >ud w.«. crihuox : Yon sre hereby notified th*t ( have expend- d j One Hundred ($100) Dollars. In labor Ntt'Umprox'e. j menta. upon the Scott Ciismon lode, situated on' Carbonats Hill. Mineral Hill Mining District. Al- ' turns county, Jdnho. as will appear by certifli ate ! filed November 27th. 1884, in the office of the He c.uder of Raid county, iu or ier tc hold said pram. ise« uiui-r the provisions « f Section 2324, Keviaed statutes of the United Stater, being the amount required to hold the earn* for tlm vest ending Pe ceuiber 31,18B4; and if within ninety days after the flr-t publication hereof, yon fail or refuse to contribute your respertlvs proportions of such e*. pt . udiiJkra ^ downers, yam Interests in said cls'iu will liecorus th* ?r»p*rly of the undersigned uuder the said Section 2324. J OH* 0. YOUNG. Hailey. Altnrss Co., Idaho, Jau. 2. loflft. ! Notice oi Forfeiture. 1 To FNANR E. RNflIGN : Y<»n ar# h*rt»br rtd*fi*d that X sxpwndrd on** hundred i$100> dolU'-s, in labor and Improve lu Lt*. n»on ths Mineral El f lode and mining claim, stin ted th Mineral Hill Itiutrg D 1 *M t Alturaa county, Idaho Territory, in ord*r to hold sal.» omul*** nndrr ths pr»vfsiona of section ihS'tnwuDti qtota to'h-w' v^rtTmf for^i.^rt' «n ?Tv^.Vsrt Y'KSSS u thiitv-t 'rc« *9.1 d*>Mnra and th 4 rtv-fhrc** and t»u -third cants lawful m-ffi*y of the Tnitod States, th'* shtiic b^t im on -third. Aud if. within nlnctv (9fl» davs aff-r ths pnbll cation * f th*a m tic* yonPrtorrffnaMocontrib ntc y-lir prop ft on of such xx-wnd tur. nh m .•«» own' r, y» nr inter* at in »a d cl .tm will be corn t) e i property of the subscnln r under said section *?3tH \ JOHN ktcLAl'OKl.IN. Hailey. LUbo. January 14 l¥H**. Cracker Depot! Main Street, ipsite Oldham's Saloon. Tke nmleraigned respectfully announce to the people of Wood River that they have just opened a CRACKER DEPOT arid BAKERY, where All Kinds of Select Crackers -WILL BE KEPT, AS WELL AS ' ! j J j ' ! ; 1 ( 1 ! Bread, Cates, Pies, l, WU1LUMJ DOUGHNUTS, Etc., BAKED FRESH EVERY DAY. FORTY Thw following assortment of KINDS OF CBJLCKERS Kept constantly on huttd : CAKES j j j ' ! Per Poujtd. 15 cvitla 18 20 20 20 20 20 Sods, Oatm.-al, Graham, ExeeU'or, Boston Butt«r, Butter, Milk, Uarraway, 25 Lemon Creata, 25 Nick-Nacks, 20 Jumbles, 25 Jumble'C-kea, 25 Honev Jumbles, 30 Lemon Jumbles, 25 Peerless Jumbles, 30 Butter Jumbles, 25 Ginper Snaps, 20 Pserleas Snaps, 23 Cocoa Taffy Snapa, 25 P*e Pockd. 25 cents 30 30 26 20 Lemon Snaps, Cocounut StisfHt, Strawberry Bar, Cocoa Bar, Ginger Bar, Pansy cakes, (something new) 30 Honey cakes, 30 Coffee cakes, 26 Chocolate i akes, 30 Frosted Honey cakes, 30 .Fruitcakes, 25 Frosted cream cakea, 25 Cocoa drop cakes, 25 Jdlly Angers, 30 Lady finuers, 25 Banana fuigers, 25 Jelly wafer*. SO Lemon wafers, 25 Cakes baked to order. Pies, 25 cent# apiece. Ginger bread, 16 cents a loaf. Home made Bread—three loaves for 25 cents. Restaurants and Storekeepers Will find it to their advantage to obtair our wholesale or jobbing prices be u fore bU5 ' ,,p ' * • 8 ^ ul ,wr ^ b - v tho lox - ' e ; | I Oppo-ile Oldham's Sal>u»n, Hailey.