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WOOD RIVER
VOL XL--N0. 40.
HAILEY, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23,1887.
(TWELVE ANT) ONE-HALT
1 CENTS PER CQPY
WOOD RIVER TIMES
HAILEY. IDAHO,
OFFICE; TIMES BUILDING, 8. E. CORNER
MAIN AND CRO-Y STREETS.
tf ablinhed Every Evening, Sundays Exempted.
Subscription Rates :
■One copy, one yew, oy mall...............$10 00
One copy, six months, by mail.......... 5 00
/One copy, three months by mail.......... 2 SO
One copy, one month, by mail............. 1 JO
43ne copy, one week, delivered by carrier;. 38
Mingle copies.............................. 12 H
Advertising Rates
Turrtehod oa application at the office, or to any of
our Agents.
T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher.
£ B. TRUE,
County Surveyor,
U. S. Deputt Mineral Surveyor,
Ass Miming Innun,
HAILEY,.....IDAHO.
B
A. B. KIBBt. M. J. BBOWM.
ROWN & KIBBE,
(Successors to Brown A McKay),
Physicians and Surgeons,
HAILEY', IDAHO.
Office: Bullion St., between Main and River
streets.
Residence: Dr. Brown's, northwest corner of
Sul lion Btreet and Second avenue.
Dr. Kibbe'e—at Office.
E
PH. DAFT,
Assayer,
HAILEY, .... IDAHO.
Samples from a distance promptly attended ts.
■G^All returns warranted.
Y WOLTERS,
Assayer.
Office—Oarbonate street, between Main and River,
Hailey, Idaho.
Atflaying and Analytical Work, in all of its
branched. de7
p. s. kusiok.
HOMES STULL.
J^NSiON & STULL.
Attorneys and Counselors-at
Law,
SHOSHONE.....HAILEY.
J^RANK P. CAVANAH,
Mining Engineer
—AMD—
U. S. Deputy Mineral Survetor,
HAILEY, . . IDAHO.
JAMES H. HAWLEY,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
—AMD—
U. S. Dist. Attorney for Idaho.
Office ana ReHtdeacs: Hailey, Alturas County,
Idaho. jl
J^YTTLETON PRICE,
Lawyer.
Office : Coffin k Co.'s block, up stairs,
HAILEY,......IDAHO.
P. M.liRUNKB. QEO. U. PARSONS. A. J. BRUNER.
ULMER, PARSONS A BRLSER,
Attorneys- at-La w,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
OFFICE : Over Coffin A Co.'s Store.
JQR. D. W. FIOGINS,
Physiolan and Surgeon,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
yy T. HALL,
Real Estate and Collection Agent
Real property bought and sold; rents collected,
and leans negotiated.
Desirable bargains in town and country.
McCornick & Co.,
BANKERS,
HAILEY, IDAHO.
Transact a general banking bnaineee.
Buy and sell drafts on the principal cities of the
United States.
Draw exchange on Orest Britain and Ireland,
France, Italy. Spain. Portugal, Norway and 8we
den. and alt the German States.
Advance* made on ores, gold and silver bullion.
Careful attention given to collections, and re
mittances made on day oi payment.
COR RESPONDENTS :
Chemical National Bank................New York
Ft rat National Bank ...................Chicago
Omaha National Bank....................Omaha
Crocker, Wool worth 6c Oo...........Ran Francisco
McCord »k k Co........................Malt Lake
•9 JOS. M. BURKRTT. Cashier.
Notice.
To Whom It Mat Co morn:
I will not be responsible for any debts con
tracted or liabllttit* incurred, by Pierce Dnrgan
or anv one else, in connection with the Gaicre
Stormy-West Richmond group of mines, In Little
Smoky Minina District.
T. E. PICOTTE.
Hailey, Idaho, June 11, 1887.
THE "OLD RELIABLE,"
And one of the Pioneers of Wood River
m:. h. lipman,
The LEADING CLOTHIER,
Will Open on or About September 15, 1887,
With s full and complete line of
MEN'S YOUTH'S, BOY'S, AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHI1TG-,
For Stouta and Leans.
Furnishing Goods,
Hats ami Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Blankets.
Rubber Goods,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
UNDER NEW MERCHANTS' HOTEL.
Hold your orders. It will pay you.
M. H. LIPMAN.
SACKED HEART ACADEMY,
OGDEN CITY, UTAH.
CONDUCTED BY
Tlifi Sisters of tie Holy Cross.
The course of Study is thorough, embracing all the branches of a solid
and accomplished education. Languages, general, vocal and drawing les
sons, free of charge.
Special rates for two or more of the same family attending the Academy
at the same time.
School will open September 1, 1887.
For terms and full particulars address
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS,
jv25d&w Ogden, Utah.
"F. XL SALOON"
GERMAN LUNCHES.
Constantly on hand:
PIGS' FEET, PIGS' TONGUE,
RUSSIAN CAVIAR, HOLLAND HERRINGS,
SWISS CHEESE, RUSSIAN SARDELS,
GERMAN PICKLES, BOILED HAM,
TRIPE, BOLOGNA, SARDINES, PRETZELS.
Come and get a nice Picnic Lunch to take home
Q. A FRENCH,
Proprietor of P. K. Saloon.
the Hilled Martet Bates, in Cast, for all Kills of Leal,
Silver, ail Gull Ores.
Smelting, Roasting, Sampling and Assay Works
Complete in every particular, and of ample capacity to reduce all the or*
Droduced on Wood River and vicinity. Address either
produced on
I. I. LEWIS, o*
First National Bank, Ketchum.
JaJ4m«
H. J. HARDESS, Gen. Manager,
Ketcbum, Idaho.
'THE DOLLAR COLUMN.
r Advertisement! not exceeding an inch (or te»
Unoa of .rn.ll type) Id length will be inserted it
this column for oua dollar per weak, or flfty cent!
the fint laeertioa and twenty-Ave cento each ad.
ditfesal Insertion—payable in advance.)
Lost,
A CELLULOID WHIP HANDLE, with a amall
mule's foot on the end.
A euttable reward will be paid for tbe delivery
of the haudio at HE1ER MKVES'8 STABLE or
the TIME8 OFFICE. .20
Taken Up.
A BAY MULE, with saddle.marks, but no visible
binud, lame io right fore leg, came to my corral.
Dear the Camaa Mill, on the 30th of December; Is
•pry, and young-looking and weighs about 760
pounds.
The owner ia requested to call at my place, pay
charges, and take tue mule away.
JAME8 RICHARDSON.
At Ranch noar Camae Mill.
The Baxter Hotel, Ketohum,
PAUL P. BAXTER, proprietor, la the oldeet
and beet kept hotel on Wood River. The dining
room li tbe larReet In the Territory, and the tablee
ere enpplled with every thing the market affords.
The rooms ere large, airy and well furnished.
Chargee very moderate. Thla la a HOTEL, and
when In Ketcbum don't ferget the fact,or the leca
ion Main atreet. balow First National Bank, *3t
Matrimonial Agenoy.
JANSEN A GO., 9, Station Road, Plaiated, Lon
don England. Established to supply Settlers in
the States with the addreaaea of respectable young
womep who are willing to communicate with bona
fidn Tradesmen, Farmers, and others deairouaot
meeting witu useful wives. They will be sup
r lied from the Agricultural Districts ot England,
reland, Scotland, and Wales, as well us the Con
tinent of Europe. Applicants should state tbeir
f (articular requirements and preferences, tuclos
ng Postal Order for 30 cents, to meet preliminary
expenses. suiidAw
Ranch to Rent.
A Ranch on Gamas 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. Some
80 acres of it are under a lawful fence, and 60
acres have been cultivated.
The owner wi.l rent it to any industrious indi
vidual who will agree to plaut 10 acres to trees,
the first thin* 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.
Money to Loan
On three to five years' mortgages, on good agricul
ture land, after final proof is n sde.
E. B. LEMMON,
Hailey, Idaho.
Strayed or Stolen-$50 Reward.
A bright sorrel HOltSF., 8 year, old, 15 hind,
high, weighing ibout 975 pound*, with 4 four
white leet end white strip Id face, end branded
08 on leit hip (the G IndletiLct end lookltg
A reward of Fifty Dollar. (*50) will be paid for
the dorae'a return to mo at llalley or Bulliun
_ , . WM. WELCH.
Hailey. Idaho, June 30, 1887. tf
Hailey and Gold Belt Stages.—
Daily Trips.
GOINa—Leave Hatley at 9 o'clock a. m., arriving
at Gllluan at »;3«l; Kelly gulch at 10:30: Rich,
ardaon'e at 11; and Camaa No. 2 mill at noon.
RETURNING—Leave Doniphan at 3:30 o'clock'
liichardaon'a at «; Kelly gulch at 4::t0: Gilman
at 5; and arrive at Hailey at 5:30 o'clock.
Fare each way. $1.60.
apl8 CLAWSON 4 NELSON, Prop'ra.
HAILEY - - KETCHUM - - SMOKY
STAGE LINE.
TRI- WEEKLY.
WARREN, NEWMAN & CO.,
Proprietors.
GOING.
Leaves Ketchum Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days en arrival of train from Shoshone, Belle
vue and Hailey, arriving in Smoky at 6 p. m.
on those days.
RETURNING.
Leaves 8moky at 8 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, arriving in Ketchum in time to
connect with south-bound train.
Hailex, July 14, 1887. - tf
HALLIDAY
WIND HILLS
-AND
ALL BEST MAKES OF PUMPS
LIVING PRICES.
Write for rates and terms to
J. K. LOVELACE,
Glenn'a Ferry, Idaho
Dissolution ot Co-partnership.
Tbs eo-partnership heretofore existing In this
city, between the under Jgned, under the name
and alyls of Brown k McKay. ia this day dissolved
bj mutual consent. Dr. McKay retiring fr-m tbe
firm, and being succeeded by Dr. ▲. U. Kibbe. of
Shoshone
Dr. B own will collect all accounts due tbe late
firm, snd pay all bills against the asrue. i elating
to the practise of medicine snd surgery.
N .1. BKOWN. M. D.
W. W. McKAY. M. D.
DIRECTORY
—OF TUB—
LEADING MAKDFACTBR1BS
Importers and Wholesale Dealer*
ST. LOUIS, MO.
THE MacMURRAY-JUDOR ARCHITECTURAL
IRON COMPANY,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Architectural Iron
Work, Bank, Jail, and Store Doors, Vaults,
etc. Ornamental Railing and General Foun
dry and Blacksmith Work. Works—Southeast
corner 21st and Papin streets. Branch office—
No. 903 Chestnut street.
CRACKERS.
If you want the finest Crackers mads in the
States, order the Parrot Brand, of the Dozier
Wetl Oeaoker Co., St. Louis.
:*T. LOUIS MOULDINO AND FRAME FA0
TORY,
Manufacturers of
Picture Frames snd Mouldings, Pictures, Looking
Glass***, Etc.
J. R. Webber k Co.
Office snd Factory, No. 2000 North Broadway.
Bend for illustrated cstslogus.
GER8T BROS. M'F'G OO.,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Stove Repairs S"d
Special Castings, Gratings, and Iron Railings.
Columns and House Work. Send for cata
logue. Nos. 800 to 806 Cass avenue.
Gbo. F. Towkb, Prop'r. A. S. W. Goodwin, Supt.
Established 1840.
GOODWIN M'F'G COMPANY,
Manufacturers of Candles, Glycerine snd Red Oil,
Chemically Pure Glycerine, also Glycerine for
Nltro-GIycerine and other purposes. Works,
Nos. 1922 to 19S8 Poplar street.
POND ENGINEERING GO.,
St. Louis snd Kansas City, Mo.,
Engines, Boilers. Furnaces, Grates. Pumps, Pump
ing EngiUfS, Air Pumps, Condensing Appar
atus, Feedwater Heaters, Injectors, Gauges,
Valves, Packing, Pipe, and Fittings. Send
for new Illustrated Cstslogus.
FULTON IRON WORKS,
(Late Gerard B. Allen A Co.),
Founders and General Machinists. (Incorpo
rated.) Corner Second and Carr streets.
GENERAL MINING MACHINERY.
Inobrsoll Rock Dbxll Co.
Southwestern office. No. 811 North Second street,
St. Louis. Charles W. Melcher, Manager.
Rock Drills, Air Compressors, Uolatlug Ma
chinery, Boilers.
ENGINES, BJlLEUS, STEAM PUMPS, AND
OUTFITTING.
Albkbt B. Bowman,
Manager St Louis Branch Erie Engine Works.
No. 823 North Second street.
TODDS k STANLEY MILL FURNI8HING CO.,
Manufacturers of and dealers In every description
of Mill Furnishings. Building of Roller
Mills a Specialty. Office, No. 917 North Sec
ond street.
Established 1846. Incorporated 1872.
PLANT SEED COMPANY,
Alfred Plant, Pres't,
Importers snd wholesale and retail dealera in
Garden, Grass, Field and Tree Seeds. Nos.
812 and 814 Nertb Fourth street.
ROHAN BROS. ^BOILER M'F'G CO.,
Manufacturers of Boiler sod Sheet Iron Work, for
Mills and Steamboats. Nos. 1100-1120 Collins
street.
A. A. SPEBB. QEO. P. JONBS.
SPEER, JONFS k CO.,
Manufacturers of Fine Machinery Oils, Greases,
Ate. Nos. 708 and 710 North Main street.
THE DEANE STEAM PUMP CO.,
Manufacturers of Steam Pumping Machinery of
every variety. Holyoke, Mass., and No. 616
North Main street.
WIRE ROPE.
A. Lkschen A Hons Hope Co.,
Manufacturers or all kinda of Steel and Iron Wire
Rope. Office, 9o3 and 9t>5 North Main at.
MOUND CITY TENT AND AWNING CO.,
Wm. Rows, Proprietor,
Manufacturer of and dealer in Awnings, Tents,
Wagon Covers. Ore Sacks, etc. Nos. 200 and
202 North Commercial street.
Established 1865.
GRAHAM PAPER CO.,
No. 217 North Main street.
News, Book, Card Board, Envelopes, Writing,
Grocers' Wrapping, and Building Paper
Paper Bags. Fiour Backs, etc.
WILLEMSEN BELTING CQ.,
Manufacturers of Rawhide Belting, Rawhide Lace
and Picker Leather. Factories. Nos. 206-219
Deatrehan street. Branch, No. 172 High
street, Boston, Mass.
WINN'S VEGETABLE BOILER COMPOUND.
It removes scales In boilers sad prevents
their formation. D. R. ROUGHER, President
W inn Boiler Compound Co., Nos. 106 snd KM
Olive street.
Established 1847.
JAMES A. WRIGHT A SONS CARRIAGE CO..
Manufacturers of first-class Light, Medium Weight
snd Heavy buggies. All styles of Fine Car
riages Correspondence solicited. Washing
ton avenue and 19th street.
E. Y. Hull, President.
NATIONAL HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.,
Dealers in Walnut, Poplar, Oak, Aab, Yellow Pine,
Cherry, Mahogany, Red Guui, Hickory, Wagon
Mater.al, Railway Lumber and Bridge Tim
bers. Office and yards. No. 3136 North Broad
way.
A. P. EREER,
Practical Optician.
ectacles and Eye-glasses in gold, steel, etc.
Field Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Min
Ing Compasses, Artificial Eyes, etc. No. 204
North Broadway (6th street.)
Established 1866. Incorporated 18S4.
D. Audb, Pres. W f'E tabs, Vice Pres. O. Auob, Bee
AUDE FURNITURE CO,
Manufacturers of Furniture,
street and Cass avenee.
THE MOUND COFFIN CO..
Mannfv timre of Flue C'oth Caskets, Wood 1
burial Csss* and Casket**, Robes, linings,
fcti\ , and d«»al«-re in M* tall it* Cuke's, Zinc and
Copper-Lined Air-Tight Caskets. and General
Undertaker*' Supplies. Send for catalogue
Factory and Office, Noe. 2000, 2002 and 2001
North Second street.
ST. LOUIS IIBKCTOMI
PHILIBERT* JOHANNINO MVNUFAOTURIBG
COMPANY — (KeUbllehed 1*37).
Manufacturer* of Buh, Doore. Blinds, Frames,
Glared Windows, Mouldings, Star Balling,
Baluatara, Nswel Posts. Lambs,. IsU and
Shingles. Office and factory 1502 Market Si.
TBE JOS. HAFNKB ST8 OO.
Wholesale Door*, Blinds, Glasad
Mouldings, ate. Dock
A. B. FLEMING,
Book snd Job Prlnlac,
Makes a specialty of Pamphlet Work,
of Stock, etc. No. 305 North Third
RANPETER 4 KCKHOTT,
Manufacturer* of Wardrobe*, Sideboards, I _ _
riee, Olaaa Cupboard*, Tables, Tin Sofas, ate.
Cstslogus snd Pries List mailed to the trad*
only on application. Factory, Uth snd Palm
street*. _
J. D. STREETT 4 OQ„
Manufacturer* and dealers In Lubricating.Engtns
snd Railway Oils and Greases, Belting, Peek.
Ing, snd Mill snd Mina Supplies. Ma. SU
North Main street.
SCHAEFFER BROS. 4 POWELL,
Nos 825 snd 337 North Second stree t.
Manufacturers of Star, Btrario Add. Mtotwg, mad
Railroad Candles. Soap*, Refined Lard, and
Oils. We guarantee all ear goods equal ia
quallt ts any made In tbs United States.
F. L. Duiut. Pres. H. Bmamamaa, See. A Tree.
8T. LOUIS PLANING MILL 0O.,
Manufacturers of Doors, Saab, Blinds, MonldUs*
Brackets, and Stair Work, and Dealers la
Building Paper and Window Olaaa. Sarralh
and Mullanpby streets.
CUBTI8 * CO. MAMUFAOTURDia OO.
Engines, Boilers, Sawmills, Circular Sow
Planing, Shingle and Heading Machinery
Bend fur catalogue.
W. H. Qoibuheih. Loom Qruxnm.
W. H. QUERN HEIM A BRO.,
Galvanized Iron Cornices, Skylights, Metal Roof.
Ing Guttering and Spouting. Noa. 1*24 and
1626 North Fifteenth a tree*,
avenue and Mullanpby.
Established 1868.
WM. WALTKE A CO..
Marufadorers of all kinds of SOAFS, St. Loots
Send for samples and prices.
Established 1870.
WITTENBERG A BORBER,
Designer*, Photographer*, and Engr a vers an
i Wood Tbe oldeet and largest Wood Eugrav.
lug establishment In the West. Pleoao tend
drawings or photographs far estimates. Mb
819 North Third street.
Established 1844.
KING8LAND A DOUGLAS MT*0 OG.,
Manufacturers of Six Sixes of Sawmills, Bead
Blocks. Threshers, Hors* Power*, Com Shall,
•ra. Steam Engines. Sand for catalogue.
ST. LOUIS STAMPING COMPANY,
F. G. NUDnoranena. President,
Manufacturers of Granlt* Ironware, Sheet Metal
Goods, Flue Black and Galvanised Sheet Iron.
Now York House, 96 Bookman a treat.
W. H. PR1EBMEYEK,
Dealer In all kinda of Salt, Sal Soda, Saltpeter,
Glauber Salt, Alum, Whiting, Von. Bad. at*.
Noe. 1001-1013 i err street. English and Do*
meatlc Fine Table Salt, put up in anpslaa bag
Filling salt to bags and
from 3 lbe to 10 lbs.
boxes a specialty.
F. H. LOOEMAN CHAIR MANUFACTURING*
COMPANY.
Manufacturers of Cana, Wood and Band Chair*.
Mall orders receive prompt atlantlan Sand
for new Catalogue.
__
FAIRBANKS A CO.,
Fairbanks's Seale*, Ecllpa* Uind-MIlla. Boilers,
Heaters. Steam Pump*, Pratt A Cady Valves,
Hancock Inaplrators, Warehouse Tanaka, at*.
302-304 Washington Avanu*.
HALL A BROWN.
Manufacturers of Wood Working Meahlnerp.
Wood Worken' Hupplie* of all kind*. Otflaa
and factory. 1916-1917-1919.1931 North Bread
way.
H. OAUS A SONS M'F'O OO.,
Manufacturers of Doom, Frame*. Saab. Blind*.
Mi.aiding*, Packing Boxes, and General Plan*
log Mill Work. Southeast cornet Main and
Clinton streets.
CLEMENS TENT AWNING OO.
ST. LOUIS METAL OO..
C. A. La WTO* A Co.. Proprtetose,
Manufacturers of Babbitt Metal and Solder, Bag
Tin and Bar Lead. Corner Booadway, Seventh
and Howard streets. AmosO.Mann, Metallist.
BOARD OF EflUALIZATIOI.
Notioe is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Alturss County will meet st the
Courthouse, in Hailey, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., on the
ftirti Haj ii Aunt, 1887
as a Board of Equalization.
Dated July 29, 1887.
JOHN M. CANNADY,
Clerk Board of County Commission
or nereirv, Kidney* and
Weak Buck, Burning Urine,Gon_
lure—prompt relief q: e fo rX._
By hie treatment m foreijevely l f l $M
lou, free from aa'.iowtieaa, freckles, Mark need*,
eruption*. etc., brihkun eyes and perfect health, cam
be bad. When it tstnconvauleut to coo* to lb* city,
by describing your die* as*, on receipt uf (38, MS
cine will be aent you fro* from I
GWCuilou Address Mr. —
se.S Kuanay Street, I

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