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WOOD RIVER TIMES
IIAII.LY. IDAHO. FRIDAY...................... JAJHUkY la, 1888 A FALSE STATEMENT EXPOSED. In order tq ascertain the value of the mines of the Hailey district a Chronicle, reporter visited the Baldwin Hotel yesterday and thefc found It. C. Cox, aq old resident of Hailey, and a mining man. "Do you know anything of the Homestead and Forest Queen mines?" was asked. "No, sir," was the reply, "there are no such mines in existence in the district. I know every inch of the ground. Camas No. 2 is the only mine worked there. The rest of the claims are no aeeount; they are simply staked out. If Cummins ever visited Hailey I should have known him, as I know every one there and in the district. The whole thing is a fraud, you tnay depend upon it." 1 ho above are the concluding para graphs of an article in the San Fran cisco Chronicle, of the 5th. inst., ex posing an alleged swindle perpetrated by one John Cummins, in selling an in terest i 1 the Homestead an 1 Forest Qu 'en mines, alleged to be situated on tlie Gold Belt, in the "Hailoy dis trict. " ( sic !) The swindler is evidently a full fledged confidence man:but we doubt if R. C. Cox is reliable. At any rate, rio one of that name is known here. And from his report it is evi dent that he knows little or nothing of the "district." The Mineral Hill Mining District contains— 1. The Minnie Moore, which is acknowledged to bo the heaviest pro ducer in the Northwest (not except ingeven the Cceur d'Alene mines); 2. The Queen of the Hills mine, which is scarcely second as an ore producer; 3. The Idahoan, which can con test the first place with the Minnie Moore; 4. The Bu llion-Ophir group, which has yielded over ' $1,300,000 worth of ore; 5. The Mayflower mine, purchased by United States Senator Farwell for 1375,000; Q. The Jay Gould (sold for $30, 000), the Eureka, Red Elephant, Du rango, Narrow Gauge, Bannock, Champion, Climax, Schoolboy, Japan, and several other claims, which are giving employment to a large number of men, even in this, the dull season. But perhaps the Chronicle's inform ant only referred to the Gold Belt? It is possible that he did; but if this is the case, lie is a most willful liar, as the Camas No. 2, Trump, Junction, Jumbo, Cliampluin, Oriental, and oth'-r Gold Belt claims are all being worked steadily and uninterruptedly. The Chronicle has evidently been imposed upon. ROCKY BAR TO "BOOM." Thu residents of the old county seat must feel highly elated, just now With the Alturas Limited and Wide West companies operating in their midst, and Atlanta and Fine Grove at their very doors, they must feel now» jf they never diJ before, that they will indeed have good times soon. With in U0 days there will probably be nearly 1,000 men at work in and a round Rocky Bar; and that will make of that place the liveliest camp in the N r li v e t. Rocky Bar's "boom" is already as sured. ■-One juror in Chicago's latest trial fur criminal assault on a child voted steadily, save on the last ballot, for twenty years' imprisonment. The verdict was for eight years, and that is a verdict gratefully accepted by the public, hut ill the person of the twenty-year juryman stood the moth ers of Chicago. They arc not yet in the jury box, but they are getting more and more into the hearts of jury men,— Iijter Ocean. It-medy fur Smallpox. An eljectual remedy for smallpox is sai l to have been recently found hy * syrgaon of (lie British army in China. T'h» n?U'la of treatment is as follows: When the preceding fever is at its height, an 1 just before the eruption appears, th? chest is rubbed with cro ton ojl and tartartic ointment. This canses the whole of the eruption to appear gt| that part of tha body, to the relief of tlip rest. Jt also secures S full and complete eruption ami thus prevents the di-tease front attacking the internal. This is now the es tablislied mode of treatment in the English army in China, and is regard ed as a perfect cure. THE JURY LIST. Manic* of Citizens Drawn !• Serve as Jurors In the District Court During the Current Year. At their session yesterday, the County Commissioners drew from the poll-lists tho name of 150 citizens to serve as jurors during tho year 1888, as follows: BEU-EVUE. J B Foster, H H Clay, H Kitchen, N C Larsen, M A Miner, P P Cant van, YV II Red way, J M Kellogg, L Young, J A Lusk, R J McPhee, T J Hammerla'.d, J S Whitton, H B Schweitzer, W W Brim, C E Brad ford, S M Goble. llllOADFORD. J A Wrencher, B J Nordyke, W H Goulette, Geo Corneil, E V Hall, Pat Kinney, Win Sowderi, C L Myers, V V Hall, P Slatten, A A Cummings. MARTIN. Pat Coffey, Gil Winterhoff. ISLAND. P R Williams, Daniel Prickett, B F Hooper. ERA. T M Ferguson, Dan Nichols, Geo H Shaw, J G Richardson, Geo A Day, J II Greene, E M Gaddi. HOWE. E R Hawley, D B Hawley, O C Johnston. A RCO. D W Woods, Ira S. George. TIKUKA. Sidney Kelly, H Phippen, Ed Law ler. mum CREEK. Frank Reno. LITTLE WOOD RIVER. Geo AV Case, \V 11 Vaughn, G F F allon. SHOSHONE. II T Smith, F L Hoffman, W II Gusler, J C Brown, P J Sptfncer, C K McCrum, Thos Murphy, M Saun ■ lerson, E W Harters, P P Davidson, II Lubber. TOTON1S. Margin Silk, T J Allison. MALAD. LC Lewis, S E Gridley. HL1S8. Corwin Bray, Martin Hunt. MED HUll Y. Dan YcGitmess, S A McNulty. GLENN'S FERRY. Thos II Anthony. KETCHUM. Jerome Jacobs, Win M Marlett, J J Taylor, W M Moore, Wnv Popliam, J B Harper, M L Moody, F R Wea ver, W A Wheeler, J V Easley, E R Ray, Arthur Hrownlow, Walter Clark, David MoCull oh, Peter Shctif, Lewis Cummings. trial, it of to ist BOULDER. E A Bassett, Win Schultz. WARM SPRINGS CREEK. W D Goehring, J W Moore. SMOKY. E W Jones, James Kirby, Fred Reid, J P McCarter, Win II Shira. EAST FORK OF WOOD RIVER. V Domski, Thomas Rowe, Sum. Stu'l. ROCKY BAR. Jacob Ileser, A Rowe, M Camp bell, T D Bellinger, L) W Fitzwater. MOUNTAIN HOME. Gus Rikcwine, J M Hagar, George Crandall, C Jackson, W J Turner. DEER(REEK. A Sultan, .1 A Meadows. CAMAS MILL. J Middleton, J A Doniphan. WILLOW CREEK. A D Theriot. CRICHTON. G W Peck, US Justus. SOLDIER. W Bashford, C Schroed: r, S Bal lot. CORRAL. A Marqtus, C W Bablyington. BULLION. C II Harvey, O Porter, Jos Greg ory, Jas McPherson. HAILEY. S Johnson, L C Dorsey, R YV Ber ry, W 11 YY'att, YV T Riley, G YV Richards, A Wilhnan, S D Boone, J YV YVillard, J K Morrill, YV F Shep ard, I. Richardson, J H Van Ness, J Murphy, S Jones, M E Piiiney, It F | Oliver, J A Rupert, L Fuld, FO Harding, A Brown, II Bewg, J F R tt i 0 ey, EC Baldwin, J YV Vannetta, Cramer, P A Tairar.t. ! _________ Judge Coons, of MavsvilSe, Krn rut*kv, Mtys that Dr. YY'illianis Iii«iian Pil« Ointmei'' cured hii.v ufti-r yare pf suffering. Sew Year Announcement. I atn now prepared to do work that cannot l>c excelled by any photo grapher in the world. Give me a trial, and be convinced. Don't be afraid of breaking the instrument, for it has been tested on tho worst case of mother-in-law on record. It is simply invulnerable. I am prepared to photograph anything living or dead, from a baity to a spirit. Prices down to bedrock. Ciias. Ahlstrom, Hailey, Idaho. Electric Hillers. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer medicine does not ex ist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Hitters will eure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re move Pimples, Hulls, Stilt Kheum and other affections caused by impure blood —will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. —For eure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money re funded—-Price fifty cents and $1 per bottle, at J. A. Kupert's I >rug Store. Judge Coffinburry, of Cleveland, says that Dr. YY'illianis Indian Pile Ointment cured him. It never fails. $500 Reward for a remedy that will cure as bad a case of Files as Dr YY'illianis Indian File Ointment. IE. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur ity, strength aud YvliolesouientMH, M -re eco nomical than the ordinary kin-la, and cannot be Bold in competition with the multitude of low tefct, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Koval Baking Powder Co.. 100 Wall-et.. N. Y. GOODRICH & MACK ARE THE LEADING Furniture Dealers, And are selliug Furniture for less money than any other Arm on the river. Note These Prices: Embossed Plush Bed Loung g..... ....... $23.00 Hsrdwt* <1 Imitation Wal lUt B-dst. ads..... 4.75 The Ct* ebrateu "Solid Ct mfort" Mattr* ss (108 springs) ........ 4.00 Firt-Cla." a Mattress..... ........ 4.00 Hand-pa nted Rcnt-ann 3t.s ton Roc k-rs... 4 O. These prices are from fl to $5 less thr.n the same class of goods Wtre ♦ V er befor e offejed. Call am anything i in s»Hve you dollar a on )•< u ninv want, iOUDlilCU A MACK. ONE HUNOREO PARTS PU RC. 1MA0E FROM PURE v? ' '............. RTAIt 13 A IS/ CRf,rL^' A M OFTAPvWI' l'.:R larU^ERl-CAl-.L'■•'13A n-thinge-.se. A HINS-.J! tiT.AL | V/lLL CG-A'INCEYCil i'v'-V L'M5 to A. § —' .■ ■ • , yf, _ t y - - v : 1 r: o.-Fi-ao by er<cs:.R3 f j* ' t r * li] stamps* ur iuupoui ■ DeUMD&Cdl 1 LTYi it.l) CRITICAL ANALYSIS, I'NI VEltSIT Salt Lake t By carefully «xmjh B aking l'owd r with chemical r*- ageruM, I Uuiii, star U, i lour. White f ur'll und t Crtmii <»l Tartar a d r The Baking Powder Itaruea k l>aviK, m thi OF !IF.SLR! ity, Utah. Juu ning I'cLan l >jn!t!<-<l I purcLa ilNGSBrUY. Chit Manufacturers, Cherals .••11 ..f D* 1. in l'« i | ml ■ I ri.l li,! ... uf l*«rr Grill e I n it..-! of !.. - ,.r :ui u i:i i ui'j. only. No filtti, »i. ■. v r CAl"> I' IN r-. . i..... II. til ,.f ?!S every * . h *wtt l "F. K. SALOON" GERMAN lunches. Constantly on hand: PIGS' FEET, RUSSIAN CAVIAR, ' SYVISS CHEESE, GERMAN PICKLES, TRIPE, BOLOGNA, PIGS' TONGUE, HOLLAND HERRINGS, RUSSIAN SARDELS, BOILED HAM, SARDINES, PRETZELS. Come and get a nice Picnic Lunch to take home Q. A. FRENCH, Proprietor of P. K. Saloon. CENTRAL BRANCH HOUSE -OF THE STUEEBAKER BROTHERS MANUFACTURING COMPART, -BUILDERS OF Has Carriaps, Buies aa3 Spring Wapis, Farm, Fraitit, Ore and Travelii Wapns. Also, Representing Steel Harvesters and Twine Binders,.!. I. Case Threshing Machines, Mowers and Reapers, Saw M'lls and Horse Powers, South Bend Chilled Plows, Averv, Morrison and Weir Steel Plows, Sulky Plows, YV. S. Frazier & Co.'s Road Carts and Sulkies, YY'agon Covers,Tents and Awnings. gWAUo, full line of Wagon and Carriage Harness, Ranchers'Saddles and YY'hips, and John Dodd's Hay Rakes. One Carload Swell-Body Cutters, One Carload fort land Cutters, One Carload Assorted Sleds Just Arrived. SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. ASTONISHING! The pGwer and working capacity of the Cyclone Windmill is SIMPLY MARVELOUS. In California it has shown Itself just about twice as powerful as the crack Eastern Mill3. Besides it is listed at about hair the price, and Is the Strongest, Lightest, Simplest and Best Seif-Regulating Mill now made. ea c "O £ *» r 2. s =ft n n o vs $ w ae a t P IL <73 o 3 3 gTjgf Illustrated C-ital guo furnished on application to the Editor of this paper. DR. JORDAN'S Irani of Anatomy, 751 Market St .Son Francisco,Cal. Go nud b orn how to avoid disease and how wonderfully ywu are made Private office, ill Geary slrrot. Con imitation on Lost Manhood aud ai diae&sta of men. Send for book. The WASHBURN AMERICAN CUITAR8 AND MANDOLINES* Finest toned,____ durable, and poaaeas the only absolutely cormct ncale. Warranted to Htand in any climate. Ask you- dealer for then. Catalogue mailed free by the Manufacturent, LYON A MEALY, 102 Stake St., Chicago. A Card. puflt ring fron th • errnre and in Si.nth A to till City. FREE OF CHANGE. scov* red by a in**«•<'!! Lev. JobLFu T. Inman, Ktutiou D. N< ly tie- I ♦ cipe j 'i lii e* ry in J ivelope | yv York I del4 rr?_ yp q-W rit er^. H i LY WAUKANTEI). l*ur.*lias"rs of tl;e "Standard ■ - V Remington'' may r turn C. O. D til thirty «!a 5 s ;t not «at t: A?3e^ e-iil i**fact'>rv. Mac ie»*s ier.tr.t. Lib I k kCKGFl'. BLAMAN'A BENT.?,JUT. 1UC La dalle ht., Cliicajo i PETER MEVES, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, Upper Main Street, Hailey, Idaho. Fine Turnouts to Order. Hay, Grain ntitl Feed for Sale. REDUCED PRICES THE KULR. ITaviug bought J. L. G. Smith's hack line to the Hot Springs, I am able to accommodate tbf public ut an> hour of the day or night. PETER MEVES. FREE Youthful Errors, Nervous Debility, Involuntary i.ohr»8. Rest* -res L**at M»*uho<*d. $< a package; 6 for ?.». Trial jikg. l*2c. postage; free at office, A-tvi-e and coo-nltation on all Chronic aud Iri vat* Diseases Free. I>K. A. «. OLI.A, 112 East Van Buren at., cor Clark, jel4.lA.wly Chicago. I e. Address Daniel J t-rwy. Beatty. Wash ■30yl WORK sJOwat FOR ALL. $50 a week and ex penees paid. Outfit worth $5 anf r. O VICKF.UY. Augusts, Me. Notloe to Creditors. XiTATS of iVDfttw Babbitt, Deciabbb. Hotie* la hereby given by the under «tgw«4L Administrator of tha Eat ate of Andrew Barrvtt, deceaaed, to the creditors of, and all persona hav* log claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary Touchers, within loar months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, at the bark of G. A, McCorniek k Go., at the city of BelliTne, In tho county of Alturas, Territory of Idaho. Dated at Bellevue, Idaho, November 28,1887. J. H. HAGUE, Public Administrator and Administrator of tho •Estate of Andrew Barrett, deceased. Dissolution of Co-partnership. The psrtnmbip heretofore existing under Hi* Arm lime of Jonee A Mein la this day, by mutual consent, dissolved*. Mr. Main retiring, and lb. Jonea agreeing to aaaume all liabilities and cany on tbs O. 0. tunnel. THOMAS MAIN. D. E. JONES. Suoar Dutbict, I. T.. Nov. 23. 1887. n2Ewt HALLIDAT WIND MILLS -AND ALL BEST MAKES OF PUMPS LIVING PRICES. Writ* for rate* and terms to J. K. LOVELACE, j!4 Glenn's Ferry, Idaho. JWI has revolutionized the world daring the last half century. Not leaat am.>ng the wonders ol invrntive progress is a rnetli d and system ot work thi;t can be performed all over tbe country without separating (be workers from their homes. Pay liberal; any one can d • the work; either sex, young or old; no special ability r< quired. Capital not needed; you are started free. Cut this out aud retuffi to us, aud we will scud you, tree, some, thing of great value and importance to you, that will start you in business which will bring you la more money right away than anything else in the world. Grand outfit free. Address TltLE & CO., Augusta, Maine. BILLY KELLEM'S (Opposite the PostofSce) MAIN STREET, HAILEY Tlia only place in town where yon can get a BROILED STEAK, and where YOU CAN BEK EVERYTHING COOKED. COLD and HOT LUNCHES, and MEATS OF ALL KINLS. Private Boxoa fur Families. Good Coffee a Specialty. Oysters in every at) lw. n9 WILLIAM KELLKM, Proprietor. HAILEY - - KETCHDM - - SMOKY STAGE LINE. Till - XV EEIiLY. WARREN, NEWMAN & CO.. Proprietors. GOING. Leavsa Ketchum Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days en arrival of train from Shoehone, Belle vue and Hailey, arriving in Smoky at 8 p. m. on those day a, RETURNING. Leaves flmokv at 8 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving in Ketchum in time to connect with south-bound train. Haiucy, July 14,1387. tf BEATTY'S CELEBRATED ORGANS AND PIANOS. For Catalogues, address: HAMEL F. BEATTY, Washinctoi. New Jersey. Dissolution of Co partnership. The co-pnrtuerahip heretofore «x!sting in tbs silnon buain«s<4 In Hailey, between the undersign ed, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, J■ M Casal ly retiriug, ami Henry Ksyser continuing the business, collecting sll set omit e due ihe firm, and aaaumlug all its iadebtudn as, J. H. CARS1DT, HENRY KAY8ER. Halley, I. T . January 4, 18*8.