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VOL X.--N0. 85.
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HAILEY, IDAHO, MONDAY. APRIL 11,1887.
(TWELVE AND ONE-HALF
( CENTS PER COPY
WOOD RIVER TIMES)
HAILEY. IDAHO.
OFFICE ■ TIMM B0U.SINO, 8. E. OOBKEB
MAIM AMD CROY STREETS.
Published Every Evening, Snndayt Exeepted.
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Advertising Rates
Farnlahed on application at tbe office, or to any of
oar Agents.
T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher.
P B. TRUE,
County Surveyor,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
And Mining Enoinkeb.
HAILEY......IDAHO.
N
J. BROWN, M. D.,
(Successor to Miller fc Brown),
Physician and Surgeon,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
Residence on 1st Avenue, between Carbonate
and Galena streets.
Calls attended promptly, day and nlgbt.
E
PH. DAFT,
Assayer,
HAILEY, .... IDAHO.
Samples from a distance promptly attended to.
•7*All returns warranted.
Y WOLTERS,
Assayer.
Office—On Main street, opposite tbe PoBtofflce,
Hailey, Idaho.
Assaying and Analytical JWork, in all of fit
branches. de?
M
RS. CHRISTMAN, M, D.
(Graduate of Royal Medical College, Copenhagen,
Denmark.)
Female Physician and Accoucheuse,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
Office—Next door to United States Land Office.
%S r Mrs. Dr. Christman has had over twenty
years' experience.
H
OWARD D. STETSON,
Assayer,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
J^RANK P. CAVANAH,
Mining Engineer
—AND—
U. S. Deputy Mineral Survetor,
HAILEY, - - IDAHO.
JAMES H. HAWLEY,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
—AND —
U. 6. Dist. Attorney foe Idaho.
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Offlsa ana Residence: Hailey, Alturas County,
5 Idaho. D
J^YTTLETON PRICE,
Lawyer.
Office: Coffin A Co.'a block, np stairs,
HAILEY,......IDAHO.
P E. ENSIGN,
Attorney-at-Law,
HAILEY, .... IDAHO.
Will practise In all the Courts.
Jg B. LEMMON,
Attorney-at-Law and Insurance
Agent.
Office—On Bullion, between Main and River eta.,
Hailey, Idaho.
$35,000,000 Represented. Lowest Rates.
P. Bff. BRUNER. OKO. Iff. PARSONS. A. J. BRUNER.
JJRUNER, PARSONS & BRO'ER,
Attorneys-at-LaW,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
OFFICE : Over Coffin b Co.'a Store.
-^yM. hyndman,
Attorney-at-Law,
HAILEY AND KETCHCTM, IDAHO.
Practises in all the Courts.
JJR. D. W. FIGGINS,
Physician and Surgeon.
HAILEY, IDAHO.
Office : Next door to Buport'e Drug Store, up
stain.
T. HALL,
Real Estate and Collection Agent
Real property bought and sold; rents collected,
*nd taans negotiated.
Desirable bargains in town and country.
OFFICE: Bullion rtrett, one door West of Dr.
Brown's office. si
AGENCY,
RILEY & MALLORY,
Hailey, Wood River, Idaho.
All Kinds of Property Bought and Sold.
CHOICE CITY PROPERTY AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
Life, Fire and Accident Insnrance in Old Reliable
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
BARGAINS.
Following are a few of the Bargains on our books:
$1200.—Dwelling House; 4 rooms; cellar, barn, and fruit trees; lot 100x120; situate on Sscond ave.,
between Crey and Bullion stiects.
$500.—Dwelling House; 3 rooms; lot 100x120, well fenced. Corner Spruce street and Second ave.
$1800.- Dwelling House; 4 rooms and summer kitchen; city water in house; lot 100x120, well im
proved. Corner Fourth avenue and Bullion street—opposite Dr. McKay's residence.
$175— Small House, corner First avenue and Pine street; lot 30x120.
$309.—Two vacant lots, 30x120 feet each. Corner First avenue and Galena street.
$1000.—Store room on Main street, formerly occupied by May & Krieg; lot 30x120; good frost-proof
cellar.
$400.—Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7, Block 23; adjoining J. O. Swift's residence, on Third avenue, between Pine
and Walnut streets.
$700.—House of 3 rooms; lot 75x120. Fourth avenue, between Bullion and Croy streets.
11000.—House of 4 rooms; city water in house. Corner First avenue and Carbonate street.
$300.—Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and G in Block 50; 150x120 feet. Corner Third avenue and Silver street, facing
tbe new schoolhouse,
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS in any part of the city, at prices from $25 to $300 per lot.
SECURE YOUR LOTS before the Spring Boom Advances the Prices.
RILEY & MALLORY.
Croy Street, Hailey, Idaho.
SPRING BED FACTORY
UPHOLSTERING.
The nndersigBed, having just opened a SPRING
BED AND UPHOLSTERING ESTABLISHMENT,
are prepared to sell
Spring Mattresses
and Spring Beds
At Lower Flgnrf a than any Dealer, a* they nianu
facture them themselves.
They are also prepared te do Upholstering Work
at short notice.
In the spring they in a Complete Stock
of FURNITURE.
W. S. MACK & CO.,
fel9dkwl2m
Opposite the Theater,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
ST. MARY'S
ACADEMY
Sait Lake City,
Conducted by tbe
SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS.
SECOND TERM FOR BOARDERS will begin
FEBRUARY 1, 1887.
The Course of Study embraces all the branenes
a thorough nnd accomplished education.
Languages, General Drawing, and Vocal Music,
being included in the English course, form nc
extra charge.
Half-fare tickets can be procured for pupils.
Terms moderate.
For catalogues, address as above. jalO
ATTENTION!
We arc
WORKING CLASSES
prepared to furnish sll classes with employment
at home, the whole of the time, or for their spare
moments. Business new, light, and profitable.
Pei sons of either sex easily earn from 54) cents
to $5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by
devoting all their time to the business Bovr and
girls earn nearly as much as men. That all who
see this may send their address, and test the l usi
ne***, we make this offer: To such as are not satis
fii-d, w* 1 will s**nd on** dollar to pay fort he trouble
of writing. Full particulars and outfit free. Ad
dress GEO. STINSON A CO., P vtland, Me. n30
THE HOLLAR COLUMN.
(Advertisements not exceeding an Inch (or ten
tines of small type) in length will be inserted in
this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cents
the first insertion and twenty-five cents each ad
ditional insertion—payable in advance.]
For Sale, Cheap.
Two Billiard Tables—a carom and a pool tablo.
Inquire at 8. J. FRIEDMAN'S, or
mdl WM. UABJOUN'8.
House to Rent. "
A hduso of three rooms and cellar to rent cheap.
Situated in a good neighborhood. Apply at
IDAHO FORWARDING COMPANY'S,
m8tf Hailey, Idaho.
To Let,
Cheap, to a prompt-paying party, the suite of
three rooms over the Times counting aud editorial
rooms. This is the pleasantest and most desirable
office suite of rooms in town. Apply at Times
office, Hailey.
Discharge Lost.
The original discharge of John McFarlan© from
the Eleventh Regiment of Pennsylvania Cavalry
bus been lost since last summer. The document
is of no use to anybody but the owner, who prizes
it highly. Ho will therefore feel under great ob
ligations for its delivery at this office, or its return
to him, addressed: JOHN MoFAKLAKE, care of
E. D. Baker Post, G. A. It., Halley, Idado. del5*
Cord Wood.
Good Dry Wood, at $8.50 per Cord, delivered,
by J. 8. WATERS,
United States Land Office,
fe2Ctf Hailey, Idaho.
Notice.
All parties having any claims against the late
firm of J. H. WARREN A CO. are requested to pre
sent them at OBoe,
All parties owing the said firm are urgently re
quested to pay up at once, as after the first of
February ail unsettled accounts will be placed in
the hands of a collector.
BENJ. JAMES,
At the Eagle Meat Market.
nalley, Idaho, January 7,1887. ja7
Strayed or Stolen.
Fmm Sawtooth, last Fall, one SORREL MARE,
seven years old. branded UH (combined) on left
flank, with white pip in forehead; one BAY COLT,
three years old, with white strip in forehead,
branded JHK (combined) on left flank; one BAY
COLT, one year old.
The undersigned will pay a liberal reward for
any information of their present whereabouts.
H. M< MANUS.
Caro of the Times office.
Hailey, Idaho. February 3, 1887.
Taken Up.
A BAY MULE, with saddle-marks, but no visible
brand, lame in right fore leg, came to my corral,
near the Camas Mill, on the 80th of December; is
spry, and young-looking and weighs about 700
pounds.
The owner is requested to call at my place, pay
charges, and take the mule away.
JAMES RICHARDSON,
At Ranch near Camas Mill.
$25 Reward.
The undersigned hereby offer $25 reward for
evidence thHt will secure the conviction of any
party or parties using powder to kill fish in the
running streams of Alturas county.
J. M. BnucETT, E. Daft,
C, J. Skj.wyn, J. a. Rupert,
E. C. Coffin.
Hailey, Idaho, August 2, 188G.
Ranch to Rent.
A Ranch on Camas Prairie is for rent for one
year from date.
The said ranch is a timber culture, and situate
along Soldier creek, which runs through it. Home
80 acres of it are under a lawful fence, and 50
acres have been cultivated.
The owner will rent it to any industrious indi
vidual who will agree to plaut 10 acres to trees,
the first thing in the. spring, as soon as they arrive,
and who will agree to keep the fences up. No
other rent will be charged.
Apply at the Times office.
A Card.
T« all who are suffering from the errors and in
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood Ac., I will send a recipe
that will cure ypu, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a self-addressed envelope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New' York
City. del4
The Baxter Hotel, Ketchum,
PAUL P. BAXTER, proprietor, la the oldest
and best kept hotel on Wood River. The dining
room is the largest in the Territory, and the tables
are supplied with everything the market affords.
The rooms are largo, airy and well furnished.
Charges very moderate. This is a HOTEL, and
when in Kotchum don't fc/get the fact,or the loca
ion Main street, below First National Bank. s2t
Matrimonial Agency.
JANSEN & CO., 0, Station Road, Plaistetl, Lon.
don, England. Established to supply Settlers in
the States with the addresses of respectable young
women who are willing to communicate with bona
fide Tradesmen, Farmers, and others desirous of
meeting with useful wives. They will be sup
plied from the Agricultural Districts of England,
Ireland, Scotland, ami Wales, as well ns the Con
tinent <>f Europe. Applicants should state their
particular requirements and preferences, enclos
ing Postal Order for CO cents, to meet preliminary
expebsos. aufid&w
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
1 1TKY BAR PLACER MIXING COM
-J PANY.—Location of principal place of busi
ness, Hailey, Idaho.—Location of works, Glenn's
Ferry, Idaho.
Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees, held on the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1887, an assessment (No. 3) ol ten cants
flOc.) per shrre was levied upon the capital stock
of the corporation, payable immediately in United
States gold coin, to the Secret iry at the office of
the company, in the Times office, corner of Croy
and Main streets, Hailey, Idaho.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the
Sixteenth Day of March, 1887,
Will be delinquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction; and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of
March, 1887, to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with costs of advcitlsiug and expenses of
sale.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
T. U. pJCOTTE, Secretary.
Office: In the Times counting-room, corner of
Main a'-d Croy streets, Hailey, Idaho. i
Postponement.
The date of delinquency of the above assess
ment is hereby postponed until WEDNESDAY,
March 23, 1887, and the day of sale until TUES
DAY, April 6, 1887.
T. E. PICOTTE,
Secretary L. B. P. M. Co.
Ilailey, Idaho, March 10, 1887.
Postponement.
Th^ dat* of delinquency of the above assess
ment is hereby p- stponed until Wednesday, April
G, 1887, and sale day to Al»**il 20.
T. E. Pit OTTE, Secretary.
Hailey, Idaho, March 23,18b7.
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