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WOOD RIVER TIMES
HAJEEY. IDAHO.
JJONDAY.
• APRIL It. 1867
Bailer Pustufflce.
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All mails from Mnldoon, Btanton, Crichton, Sol
dier. Corral Creek. Atlanta and Bocky Bar arrive
and depart by railroad.
omon tom:
Office always open to owners of lock boxes.
Ora era 1 Delivery and Call Boxes open from 8:00
a. m. until 7:38 p. m. Sundays, from 11, noon, to
1 p. m.
Money Order and Registry Department open
from IH0 a. m. until 4 p. m. All registers must
be In by 11 a. m, or they will not leave that day.
Ho Money Order or Registry business transacted
on Sundays or legalholldays.
Smoky mall leaves Tuesdays at 7 a. m.; arrives
Thursdays at 7 p. m.
H. BEWS. Postmaster.
THE "TIMES" WEATHER REPORT,
Temp. Snowfall
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Quantity
In Hailey—none.
of enow remaining on the ground
LOCAL JOTTIHU8.
Spinseh at Fulton Market.
Bananas at Fulton Market.
Fins bar goods at Hendrick's.
Navel oranges at Fulton Market.
Imported lemons at Fulton Market.
Live and dressed poultry at Fulton
Market.
Pure home-made candies at Fulton
Market.
A lot of stall-fed cattle and sbeep,
of their own feeding, just received
from Fish Creek, by James & Har
rington.
Pure cream caramels at Fulton
Market.
Get your Gem Roller Mill Flour at
the I. F. Co.'s store.
Elegant dress boots only $7 a pair,
at the I. F. Co.'s store.
Buy your hats of George Krieg.
All colors, stiff and soft.
Cucumbers, lettuce, green peas,
and celery at Fulton Market.
George Krieg has just received a
large assortment of latest style hats.
Sailors' hats—all colors—25 cents.
Red House,
Sacramento, Cal.
Hay and grain of every description
at the Idaho Forwarding Company's
store.
Lund & Anderson, the tailors, have
moved to their fine new quarters in
Krieg's block.
Fifty styles in men's and boys'
straw hats. Rkd House,
Sacramento, Cal.
Haston Cannady was granted an
order of admission to the county hos
pital, to-day, by Probate Judge Lem
mon.
Victoria lawn seven cents, white
pique five cents, colored dress lawns
five cents. Red House,
Sacramento, Cal.
Fifty thousand dollars' worth of
light and medium weight clothing—
latest styles. Red House,
Sacramento, Cal.
Jos. K. Morrill and Henry Kaiser
are going to put on a "double daily"
stage line to the Gold Belt as soon as
the road is epen.
Free to any address—our large il
lustrated catalogue for spring and
summer. Red House,
Sacramento, Cal.
The snow which fell during the
past two days has already disappeared,
taking away some that had remained
on the ground all winter.
Elizabeth Chase, Bessie Anderson,
Minnie Anderson, and "Baby" Ander
son were baptized at the Episcopal
church in this city yesterday.
Captain Guyer, sole owner of the
Climax and Commodore mines, up
Croy gulch, is expected here from
South America by the 1st of May.
Quinine is said to be a sure medi
cine for distemper in horses—15 to 20
grains daily for a light attack. Re
peat the dose twice daily for severe
attacks.
A chestnut—so old that it is posi
tively rotten—can be seen in the
County Recorder's office. It is posted
on the walls, and reads as follows:
"All fees must be paid in advance."
Ticks are very bad, this year, and
give stock much trouble. The horses
and cattle received from the winter
range were full of them, and the hills
round about seem to be full of the
pests.
Peter Meves, the live livery stable
keeper, having purchased J. L. G.
Smith's hack line to the Hot Springs,
the public can now be accommodated
early and late, as the team will
be kept in town and always on
hand. a5tf
The Union Pacific managers have
signed an agreement permitting er..
gineers to "cut off" from the trains,
with their locomotives, at Shoshone.
This practically restores that town to
the dignity of being the end of a di
vision.
The Salt Lake Board of Trade has
completed its organization by elect
ing W. S. McCornick President, S. P.
Teasdel first Vice President, Frank
W. Jennings Second Vice President,
Hugh C. Wallace Secretary, and T.
R. Jones Treasurer.
A flock of wild geese, coming from
the north, flew over town this morn
ing. They seemed to have lost their
leader, as they wandered in every
direction, evidently not knowing
which way to go. They probably
continued flying until they reached
bare ground, somewhere below.
As spring with its change of
weather creates a revolution in the
very bowels of the earth, so does
Pfunder's celebrated Oregon Blood
Purifier create the desired change in
the human system. Send in your
orders either direct to Pfunder & Co.,
or any wholesale house in Portland,
Oregon. m28diw
A young lady in Boise City recently
was looking at some hosiery, and
asked the clerk: "How do you sell
those?" at the same time held up be
fore him a long pair of zebra-colored
ones. "Those are five dollars a pair,"
he answered. "Oh, my!" twittered
the giddy creature, "they come pretty
high, don't they?" "Y-y-yes," stam
mered the bashful youth, "th-th-they
do come p pre-pretty high, bu-bu-but
you're pretty t-t-ta.ll, you know."
Special Notice to the Ladlea.
Before buying their millinery goods
-he ladies are requested to await the
arrival of my extensive stock of novel
ties, which is on the road.
My stock of millinery goods, which
comprises the finest assortment of
ladies' silk, straw, and fine trimmed
hats ever seen in Idaho, is expected
every day. S. J. Fhiedman.
Soda Springs Mineral Water,
The best in the world—at the Idaho
Forwarding Company's.
HOKSE-SNOWSHOES.
Why Not Bet a Few Pairs for Use oa
the Willow Creek Divide!
By to-morrow the road to the Gold
Belt will probably be open so that
teams may travel over it. In two or
three weeks the road to Smoky via
Willow creek will have to be simi
larly opened. But on this route there
is a stretch of some eight miles where
the snow will be so deep that but slow
progress can be made in breaking a
roed. If the breaking team were
provided with horse snowshoes, such
as have been used for years in the
mountains of California, its task would
be comparatively easy, and the road
opened muoh sooner than otherwise.
Inasmuch as there is no assortment of
such shoes in this region, might it not
be the thing for the parties interested
in opening the road to send for, say,
enough for four horses, and lend them
to the parties who will do the break
ing ? The shoes could be taken care
of, so that they could be used again
whenever needed, and in future the
job of breaking roads hereabouts
would not be near as expensive as it
is to-day.
THE IDAHOAN MINE VICTIMS.
Thomas Walker and Archie Watson
lturied Yesterday.
The funeral of Thomas Walker and
Archie Watson, the victims of the
accident at the Idahoan mine last
Saturday, took place yesterday. Early
in the morning the bodies lay in state
in the sample rooms of the Alturas
Hotel, where all who wished called to
take a final look at the deceased.
About noon the remains, headed by
the Hailey Brass Band, were escorted
to the Episcopal church, where the
Rev. Mr. Osborn conducted the ser
vices for the dead, after which the
procession left for Bellevue, where
the remains were interrod. The cor
tege was nearly a mile in length.
When the caskets were lowered in
the graves, one of the boxes was as
certained to be fully six inches too
short. One end was thereupon
knocked out and the graves filled up.
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONED.
Business Transacted at Their April,
1887, Session.
The Board of County Commission
ers met to-day, and transacted the fol
lowing business:
N. R. Nellis, constable of Glenn's
Ferry, resigned, and Hardie Dial v'as
appointed instead, with bonds fixed
at $1000.
The bond of D. H. Gray, as Jus
tice of the Feace of Arco precinct,
was examined and approved. Also, that
of Henry D. Watson, as constable of
Soldier precinct; that of J. G. Peck
as Justice of Crichton.
George S. Graham's bond as con
stable of Toponis precinct was ap
proved.
The Result of a "Drunk."
Willie Lindell, Claudie Leroy, and
Bessie Hall, three fast women, ap
peared before Judge Lemmon to-day,
and preferred complaint against Al.
Harris, on three charges—two for as
sault and battery, and one for assault
with a deadly weapon. The defend
ant is a gambler. When he heard of
the charges, he went to the courthouse
and surrendered himself, but was al
lowed to go on his own recognizance,
until 1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon,
when he will have a hearing.
Active, Pushing and Reliable.
J. A. Rupert can always be relied upon
to carry in stock the purest and best
goods, and sustain the reputation of being
active, pushing and reliable, by recom
mending articles with well established
merit and such as are popular. Having
tlie agency for the celebrated Dr. King's
Xew Discovery for consumption, colds
and coughs, will sell It on a positive guar
antee. it will surely cure any and every
affection of throat, lungs, or chest, and in
order to prove cur claim, we ask you to
call and get a Trial Bottle Free.
Catarrh, when chronic, becomes
very offensive. It is impossible to be
otherwise healthy, and, at the same
time, afflicted with catarrh. This dis
agreeable disease, in its most obstinate
and dangerous forms, can be cured
by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
In a Few Days
We will have several tons of Alfalfa,
Timothy, Blue Grass, and White and
Red Clover. Those wanting seeds
should get our prices.
Coffin & Co., Hailey, Idaho.
Tickets fer the Calico Ball
Are for sale at Rupert's, Tracy's, and
Fox's. The tickets admit a gentle
man and ladies. Price, $2.
SHALL HAILEY INCOKPORATE !
During the past week or so the
question of incorporating Hailey un
der the general incorporation law
passed at the last session of the Leg
islature has been quietly but gener
ally discqsioitl^and publio opinion
seem&.'tb be that"Tt^ould be a very
des/rable move.
nder the law referred to there
;o be five trustees who sCrvo with
out cNa aensation . and- there are no
salaried officers unless a special tax
should be levied by a vote of the
taxpayers, for a special purpose.
Then the collector gets the usual per
centage. But there is no other ex
pense.
Incorporation would enable us to do
muoh that? we cannot do at present.
For instance, it would enable us to
get eleetrio lights at night, to clean
the streets and alleys, look after the
general health of the inhabitants, etc.
The benefits would be great and with
out any expense worth mentioning.
The Trustees for- the first term
would be appointed by the Commis
sioners, and would doubtless be good,
active, reliable citizens, as the entire
list of taxpayers would be open for
selection.
How does the proposition affect the
taxpayers?
ABOUT WOMEN.
Mrs. Zerelda G. Wallace is leotur
ing in Rhode Island for the woman suf
frage amendment.
Miss Marietta Holley ("Josiah Al
len's Wife") has written a new book,
"Samantha at Saratoga."
Miss Alice R. Jordan, who took the
degree of LL.D., at the Vale Law
School, last June, has just been ad
mitted to practise in the Superior
Court of Michigan.
Miss Elvira Inzulza Diaz has re
ceived the diploma of licentiate in
medicine and pharmacy at the hands
of the rector of the University, Val
paraiso, Chili, who congratulated her
as the first of her sex to receive it in
Chili.
Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, in a re
cent address to the students of Bates
College, admonished them to look on
a healthful body as the foundation of
a vigorous mind. She maintained
that the American girl was slender
and graceful enough by nature, and
needed no corsets.
Dr. Julia McNutt, at a recent meet
ing of the New York branch of the
Association of Collegiate Alumnae,
said that 10,000 of the yearly deatfis
in the city were those of children not
one year old, and that the great death
rate at Randall's Island was because
there were not trained nurses for the
babies, but they were crired for by
women "sent to the Island for 60
days." This is one of the things that
would soon be set right if some "city
mothers" shared with the "city
fathers" in the administration of af
fairs.
--Here is good advice from an
exchange. It applies with equal
force to the rising generation in this
city: "Young man, get a house and
then get a snug young woman to
share it with you. Save your money
and make the first payment on a lot.
Continue to save until you have the
lot paid for. Then mortgage the lot
and put up a house. Keep on saving
until the mortgage is lifted, and see
how it will seem to have a home of
your own, where you can go and lock
out the entire world." The young
man who follows this advice will, 20
years hence, be in comfortable circum
stances—a capitalist in fact—while
his companion who "cannot afford to
marry" will puff away the proceeds
of his labor in cigars, guzzle them in
wine, enjoy (?) them in amusements
and vices, and be a homeless man
with a grievance at society and at
capital, his life a constant round of
selfishness, sensuality and discontent.
—Portland (Or.) Telegram.
We l*rlnl
Cards.
Blanks.
Posters,
Receipts,
Programs,
Pamphlets,
Bill Heads,
Statements,
Note Heads.
Letter Heads,
Visiting Cards.
Funeral Notices,
Wedding Invitations.
And everything else commonly
done in a printing office. Call and
see samples and learn prices.
Blank Proofs of Labor for
sale at this office.
THE "ALIEN LAND LAW."
II Almost Seems as if its Passage was
Secured by British Hold.
N. Y. Engineering and Mining Journal.I
This very important enactment has
not yet attracted the attention it de
serves, and though the ingenuity of
lawyers oan probably be counted on
to find means of evading what appear
to be the plain provisions of any law,
yet it is much better that the law
should not be brought into contempt
by this course; and where, if enforced,
it would be so manifestly injurious to
a great industry, it is hoped it will be
amended, by excepting its application
to mines and mineral lands.
No one in this country, however
ardent a protectionist he may be,
wishes to protect us against tho im
portation of coined gold in exchange
for the possible raw material in the
rocks, especially when we generally
get the best of the bargain. And we
know of no case of the purchase of
such threateningly large mining es
tates as call for restrictive legislation
in this regard. Considering the re
sults of a good many English invest
ments in American mines, we are
almost inclined to think that this
Alien law has been instigated by the
malevolent use of "British gold," and
we call upon our patriotic representa
tives to remove the stigma which this
supposition, if true, would involve.
Quiet Lodgings
street, next to
Hailev
On Main
Theatre.
Mrs. LeGrandk, Proprietress.
If you have a cold, cough, bron
chitis, or any form of throat or lung
disease, do not negleot it. Ayer'i
Cherry Pectoral, if promptly taken,
will speedily relieve and cure all ail
ments of this character.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief from Excesses in early
youth. Nervous debility and all
Chronic special diseases cured by the
New Treatment. Obstacles to mar
riage removed. Books, Circulars and
Reports sent free in sealed envelopes.
Addres.
Howard Association, Philadel
phia, Pa. je23m0d&w
New Rich Blood !
By the use of Oregon Blood Purifier.
NEW TO-DAY
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
./
Hailey, Idaho, March 20, 1887.
Notice ia hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the undersigned
in the Hardware and Tin business, at Halley,
Idaho, under the firm name of Cliff & Bidebotham
is lyre by dissolved, and that the butdness will
hereafter be conducted by J. F. Cliff, who will
pay the debts of, anJ collect the accounts due, tho
said firm. R. A. 8IDEDOTHAM
J. F. CLIFF.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
All accounts due the late firm must be settled
at once, or they will be placed out for collection,
April 11, 1887. J F. CLIFF,
Good, Pure Milk.
Good, Pure Milk—milk that is milk—delivered
in any part of town, as cheap as the cheapest.
Tent samples furnished free.
alltjl3 D. EARHART.
HOWARD HIE CO,
Shoshone, Idaho.
We offer (Hailey delivery)
BAIN STEEL SKEIN FARM
WAGONS:
3-inch - - - $110.00.
3'4-inoh - • - $115.00.
3^-inch - - - $125.00.
Terms—Net Cash.
All Agricultural Implements
on Same Low Basis.
WE LEAD IN I.OW PRICES WITH FIRST.
CLASS GOODS.—COMPETITORS WITH
INFERIOR GOODS FOLLOW.
Correspondence invited. a5m4w
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given Ibat the Board of Trus
tee* of School District No. 7, of Alturaa County,
Territory of 7 laho, have ordered that all of the
unpaid special school tax voted on March 2Gth,
1887, shall become delinquent on the 30th day of
April, A. D. 1887—after which date five per cent
shall be added thereto.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
xn31 I. N. SULLIVAN, Clerk.
Bockln's Arnica Halve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, 8nlt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Plies, or no pay re
luired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price,
25 cents a box. For sale by J. A. Rupert
The First Sign
Of foiling health, whether in the form cl
Night Sweat • anti Nervousness, or in a
sense of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This preparation
is most effective for giving tone and
strength to the enfeeblod system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation of
food, restoring tho nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
lug, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Failing Health.
Ten years ago mv health began to fail.
I was trouidea with a dist ressing Cough,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies pre
scribed by different physicians, DUt
became no weak ttiat I could not go up
stairs without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended me to try Ayer's
11
Sarsaparilla, which 1 did, and ]
as healthy and strong ns ever. — Mrs.
E. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I nave
ulso prescribed it ns a tonic, as well as an
alterative, and mnst say that I honestly
believe it to he the best blood medicine
ever compounded. —W. F. Fowler, M. D.,
D. D. 8., Greenville,Tenn.
Dyspepsia Cured.
It would he inmosslble for me to do
scribe what I suffered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the time I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I was under
the care of various physicians, and tried
a great many kinds 'of medicines, but
never obtained more than temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
for a short time, my headache dlsap
S eared, and my stomach performed its
uties more perfectly. Today my
health is completely restored. — Mary
Harley, Springfield, Mass.
I have been greatly benefited by tho
prompt use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
tones and invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the digestive and
assimilative organs, and vitalizes the
blood. It is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered. —
H. D. Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenue.
Brooklyn, N. Y. tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared by Dr. J. O. Ayer tt Oo.,'Lowell, M~T 1
Prloe SI | six bottles, IS.
GRAND BALL
-FOR THE
BENEFIT of HAILEY HOSE CO.
-TO BE GIVEN IN
HAILEY THEATER,
--ON-
Friday Ev'g, April 22, 1887.
Committee of Arrangements:
E. B. LEMMON. E. A. WHITE,
J. A. RUPERT.
On Sale of Tieketi:
BEN. JAMES, GEO. GAHBUTT,
H. W. MORSE.
Floor Director:
THOMAS BELL.
Floor Managen:
M. H. COFFIN, HARRY WHITLEY.
J. A. RUPERT.
Music by the Dels Orchestra.
TICKET, Admitting Gentleman
and Ladies, $2.00.
Probate Notice.
To Jacob P. Lockmaw:
You are hereby notified that proceedings ha vs
been instituted before the Honorable Probate
Judge of Alturaa county, Idaho Territory, for the
revocation of letters of administration heretofore
issued to you upon tho estate of Henry Frost, de
ceased ; and you are hereby notified and required
to be and appear before the Judge of said Probate
Court, at 11 o'clock a. m., on Monday, April I8tb,
1887, at the Probate Courtroom, in the town of
Hailey iu said county, there and then te show
cause. If any, why such letters should not bn
revoked.
Dated, Halley, I. T., April 8th. 1887.
E. B. LEMMON,
Probate Judge and ex-OfBcio Clerk of said Court.
For Sale At Cost.
The hotel and ranch on Willow creek known aa
the ''Travelers' Home," ti offered for sale for tho
cost of the Improvement,. The location la tho
beat on tha Halley and Smoky road. Reason for
rolling: Serlou. illness of my wife, neceaaltating
change of cllmats.
For further particulars apply at Blley It Mal
lory's, Hatley, or on the premises, of
Z. T. HAYS.
CAN LIVE AT HOME, and maka
more money at work for ua than at
anything else tn the world. Capital
not needed; yon an started free.
Both sexes; all ages. Any ona can
do the work. Large earnings Sara
from flrat start. Costly outfit and terms free.
B<tier not delay. Costs you nothing to send ns
your address and find out; If you arswissyou
will do so at once. Addicts H. HALLETT A CO.,
Portland, Maine. aSfi

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