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HAILEY, IDAHO, TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 1889. (TWELVE AND ONE-HALT \ CENTS PER COPY WOOD RIVER TIMES Hailey, idaho.' IoIE .. TIMES BT7ILDISO, 8. E. CORNEH MAIN AND CROY STREETS. f ublisfced Every EveiriBg, Sundays Eieepted Subscription Rates : One copy, one year, oy mall..............TtO 00 ©ne copy, six month*, by mail.......... ® 00 One copy, three month* by moil.......... 2 60 One copy, one month, by mail............. 1 00 One copy, one week, delivered by carrier;. Single copies,............................. 12 H Advertising Rates Film lahed on application at the office, or to any of onr Agents. T. E. PICOTTE, Publisher. p H. TRUE, County Surveyor, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, And Mikino Enoinkba. N J. BROWN, M. 1>., Physicians and Surgeon, HAILEY, IDAHO. Office: Bullion St., between Main and Rtver utrenta. lteeldence: Dr. Brown 1 *, northwest corner of Bullion street and Second avenue. K 1NGS15UK Y & M'GOWAN, Attorneys and Counselors-at Law, Office: Ktngsliury HAILEY. IDAHO. McGowan Block. i*H. 1>AFT, Assayer, IDAHO. HAILEY, • Samples from n distance promptly attended t». C;r All returns warranted. V S. WATERS, *) • Attorney-ao-Law, HAILEY, IDAHO, OUts hi* professional services to tho people of ^BuXs? wlth°the U. 8. Laud Office, in ♦Iallev, Boise City or Ulackfoot a specialty. Office—With W. T. Riley. Strahorn block. Croy etr: i t. F. E. KSdKW*. UOMStt BTULfc. E ENSIGN & STULL, Attorneys and Counselors-at Law, SHOSHONE, v." UIERBOWEli, Attorns v-at-L aw, HAILEY, - IDAHO pJANK 1*. CAVAN AH, Mining Engineer -AND — U. s. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, j AJll'S H. RAWLKY, t* Attorney and Counselor-at-Law —AND — (J. S. Dist. Attorney for Idaho Altursa County jl L YTTLKTON Pit ICE, Lawyer. Office : Ceflin t Co.'s block, up stairs, P. M.BEONKR. GEO. M. P.VBSONB. A. J. BBUNKB. pRUSER, PARSONS k BRUNER, Attorney s-at-Law, HAILEY, IDAHO. tflsFFIGE : Over Coffin k Co.'a Store. II D. KEELER, Surgeon Dentist, (Successor to Dr. W. E. Burkhart.) HALLEY, IDAHO. All operations warranted to be first class, and satisfaction guaranteed. Nitrous oxide gas administered for the painless extract!3n of teeth. Ketctam, Idaho. PAUL P. BAXTER, Proprietor, -THIS IS THE OLDEST AND— Bast Kept Hotel on Woofl Slier. The Dining-Room is tho Largest in the Terri tory, ami the tables are supplied with everything the market affords. The rooms are lar*e, airy and well furnished. Charges very moderate. This is a HOTEL, ami when iu Ketchnm don't forget the fact, or the location—Main street be low First National Dank. Esparsette-Sainfoin i VALUABLE FORAGE FLAM -FOE TH* NORTH, SOUTH AND WEST. This plant is especially adapted to dry soils. Bands, gravels and barren regions, where rain fall is scarce and Irrigation not easily obtainable. It is green all-the year round, and produces three crops, sometimes live. If once established will stand six to eight or more years. The quality of the fodder where successfully grown Is better than that of clover or lucerne. Par BUSHEL, (24 lb.) $3.00. Per pounl, 15s. Per lb., post paid, 25:. Our Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue for 18f®, containing prices of Vegetable, Flower and Tree Seeds, Grass and Clover Seeds, Onion Sets. Seed Potatoes. Seed Corn, Fertilizers, Garden Seed Drills, and Cultivators, etc., is now ready and will be mailed free to all. Address PLANT SEED COMPANY, 812 A 814 II. FOURTH ST., ST. LOUIS, J 10. FOR 1889 ! Now is the time to subscribe for Tie Vest Shore luuin For 1889, and secure a full volume of numbers. It is the Cheapest Illustrated Magazine in the World. t3F" The mass of information it contain* covers tlie entire Pacific Northwest completely, anil deals with all subjects of interest to those seeking information of this region. For the current year The West Shore will surpass in excellence the volume just closed, and will be a complete exponent of the resources of, and careful chronicler of all new enterprises of importance in, the entire region embraced within the limits of Oregon, Washington, Montana. Idaho, British Columbia, and Alaska, together with a multitude of superb engravings of scenery, cities, industries, etc., of the country described. Twelve Art Supplements, All elegant engravings, in colors or tints, will be issued, one with each number. These supplements are 17x23 inches in size, and represent some object of general interest or some feature of the Magnificent Scenery of tlie West, aud will alone be worth the price of tlie magazine. You can not do without The West Shore for 1889. Only $2.50 a year; 50 cents extra for postage if sent beyond the limits of the United States, Mexico, or Canada. Single copies, 25 cents. Address L. SAMUEL, Publisher, Portland, Oregon BEAL ESTATE AGENCY. W. T. RILEY, Hailey, Wood River, Idaho. All Kinds of Property Bought and Sold. CHOICE CITY PROPERTY AT VERY LOW FIGURES. Prompt Attention Given to Collections, Unimproved vacant lots in all parts of the city. Prices ranging from 125 to 1250. Sold on the Installment plan. Long time given if desired Stop paying rent and own your own homo. W. T. RILEY, Ckoy Street, Hailey, Idaho EXECUTION SALE, By virtue of a certain writ of execution issued out of and under the seal of the Probate Couit of Alturiis county, Idaho, in the cause of the Idaho Forwarding Company, plaintiff, vs. John Hunter and Harry White, defendants, dated the 6th day of March. 1889, I have duly levied on and will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for lawful money of the United States, at the front door of the courthouse in the town of Hailey, Alturas county, Idaho, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 29th day of March. 1889, the following-described premises situate in Al turas county. Idaho, to-wit: All the right, title and interesi said defendants or either of them had at 45 minutes past 8 o'clock on the afternoon of the 18th day of July, 18S8, (the date said premises were attached in said cause.) in and to the Water Tight. dam, water canal, millsite, mill, machin ery, situate on the rwad betweeu Hailey and Bul lion. and on the west side of Wood river, near the bridge over said river; said premises known as "Hunter and \\ bite's, sawmill." A part of said premises described aa'follows: Beginning at N E corner of S W \ of 8 W \ of Section 9, Town 2 N, ltange 18 east Alturas county, thence east 100 feet; thence 8 24° 35' west, 287 feet; tnence 8 14° east. 924 feet to intersection with E line of said 40 acres; thence N to place of beginning—including 3 21-100ths acres. Altm. lot 16, block 46, Hailey. Said dam being across Wood river about 125 feet N W of said bridge. Dated March 7th, 1889. \V. C. TATRO, Constable Hailey Precinct, Alturas County. Notloe of Forfeiture. To Frank Mi.G uinn, or his heirs or assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended the sum of one hundred ($100) dollars in labpr and improvements on the •TIGER Lode Mining Claim, situated on the East Fork of Wood River, in Mineral Hill Mining District, Alturas county, Idaho Territory, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States; being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1888. That your proportion ot the same is fifty ($50) dollars being one-half. And if within ninety (90) days from the service of this notice, or within 90 days after this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co owner, your interest in said claim will become the property of the undersigned, under the provis ions of said section 2324. JAMES W. BUTCH. ITai'ey, I. T.. March 4, 1889. First publication: March 4, 1889. Notice of Forfeiture. To Frank McGuire, or his heirs or assigns: You are hereby notified that, I have expended the sum of four hundred ($i00) dollars iu labor aud improvements upon the TIGER Lode Mining Claim, situated on the East Fork of Wood River, iu Mineral Hill Mining District. Alturas county, Idaho Territory, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of 8t ction 2324, Revised Statutes of tho United States, being the amount r» quired to hold the same for the four years ending December 31, 1887. That > our pro portion of the same is two hundred ($200) dol lars, being one-half, or fifty ($30) r. liars per an num for the years ending December 31, 1884, De cember 81.1885, December 31, 18 w 6. and December 31, 1887, respectively. And if witliirt ninety (90) days from the service of this notice, or within 90 days after this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such ex penditure as a co-owner, your Interest in said claim Will become the property of the under signed under the provisions of said Section 2324. JAMES W. BUTCH. Hailey, I. T., March 4, 1889. First publication: March 4,1889. Notice.—Timber Culture. U. S. Land Office, Hailey, Idaho,) February 25,1889. j Complaint having been entered at this office by John C. Cunningham against William McCoxnick for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No. 146, dated August 13th, 1834, upon the S of the SW ^ of section 3, township 1 south, range 19 east, in Alturas county, Idaho, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that the said William McCor niek has failed to break or cause to be broken five acres of ground or any other amount on said tract of land up to the present time, and has failed to plant any trees on said land, the said parlies are hereby summoned to appear at this Office on the 28th day of March. 188'.*, at 10 o'clock a. m., to re-pond and furnish testimony concern ing said alleged failure. C. O. 8TOCKSLAGER, Receiver. Notice of Forfeiture. To Hugh McManus, or his heirs or assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended the sum of ene hundred ($100) dollars in labor aud Improvements upon the CLIPPER Lode Mining Claim, situated on the so-called Gold Bt It." near Camp creek, in Mineral Hill Mining District, Alturas County, Idaho Territory, in order to hold said premises under the provis ions of Section 2394, Revised Statutes of the United States-, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1888 That your proportion of the same is twenty-five ($25* dollars, being one-fourth. And if within ninety (DO) days from the service of this notice, or within ninety (90) days after this notice by publication you fail or refuse to contribute your projiortion of such expenditure as a co-owner, your interest In said claim will become the prop erty of the undersigned, under the provisions oi said Section 2324. l. j. McConnell. Hailey. I. T., Match 7, 1R89. First publication: March 8. 1889. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho,) April 1. 1889. | Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver at Hailey, Idaho, on May 4, 1889. viz.: Mrs. D. H. Gray, widow of D. H. Gray, for Lot 2, 8 W 14 N E If, W fe S E \ Section 6 Township 3 north, Range 27 east. She names the following witnesses t.» prove her continuous residence up ami cultivation of. said land, viz.; Otto Fleischer, George Stevenson, Paul Thomas, and R. W. Ferris—all of Arco, lcUhA. II. O. BILLINGS, Register. Notice For Publication. Land Office at Hatley, Idaho, T flAILEY, IDAHO, I March 19, 1889. j Notice is hereby given that the follow mg named settler baa filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and thut said proof will be made before the Register aud Re ceiver at Hailey, Idaho, on April 24th. 1889, viz: Ruusill&r McTsggart, for the N W \ Section 14, Township 1 south, Range 14 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous res idence upon., and cultivation of, suid land, viz J. W. White, J. II. Abernathy, Fred. Jordan and S. McTaggait, all of Soldier, Idaho. H. O. BILLINGS. Register. JUDICIOUS ARO PERSISTENT Advertising has always proven ^ successful. Before placing any Newspaper Adrertlsh-.K consult hb. LORD & THOMAS, iOVrSTISUO AfcEtTi, rJUSA IS t< 13 lUul.Hi* SUMC, CHICAGO* Notice-Timber Culture. U. 8. I .and Office, Hailey, Idaho,) March 15, 1889. ( Complaint having been entered at this office by Elliott Hartwell against Geo. B. Smith for failure to comply with law as to Timber-Culture Entry Ne. 2. dated July 16, 1883, upon the 8 8 W U Section 2, Township 2 8, Range 21 E, in Alturas county, Idaho, with a view to the cancellation oi said entry; cent* stall t alleging that said Smith r planted any of ssid land to tim ber, seeds or cuttings, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this Office on the 2nd day of May, 1889, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. II. O. BILLINGS. Register. Notice to Creditors. Estate of William R. Boone, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by thW undersigned, ad ministrator of the estate of William R. Boone, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessaiy vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the Alturas Hotel, Rocky Bar, in the county of Alturas, Idaho Territory. Dated at Hailey, Idaho. February 12, 1889. JOHN T. GILMAN. Administrator of the Estate of William R. Bor ne, Deceased. f!2w5 PETER MEVES, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, Bullion Street, in rear of the Mer chants' Hotel. HAILEY IDAHO. Owner of the Town Hearse. Fine Turnouts to Order. Hay, drain ami Feed for Sale. REHUCKl) PRICES THE RULE. REFOltT OF THE CONDITION —OF THE— FIRST NATIONAL BAM At Hailey, in the Territory of Idaho, at the close of business, Feb. 26, 1889: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts...................$ 90,019 Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured____ U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation...... Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages... Due from approved reserve agents--- Due from other national banks........ Due from atHte banks ar.d bankers--- Real estate, furniture, and fixtures.... Current expenses and taxes paid...... Premiums paid....................... Checks and other cash items.......... BillB of other banks................... Fractional paper currency, nickles aud ents. 1,388 63 25,000 1)0 13,902 53 71,181 68 1,814 10 22,562 10 10,073 50 3,883 1G 1,873 44 5,379 87 160 00 05 Specie........... 22,863 95 Legal-tender notes.................... Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation)....... 1,125 00 Total.............................$279,062 54 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid iu.................$ 100,000 00 Undivided profits...................... 8,913 National Bank notes outstanding...... 22,500 00 Individual deposits subject to check. 122,682 38 Demand certificates of deposit........ 20,408 21 Due to other national banks........... 4,568 89 Total..............................$279,062 54 Territory of Idaho, County of Alturas, ss.: I,J M. Burkett, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly s\v« ar thut the ubo^e statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. M. BURKETT, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of Murch, 1889. Correct—Attest: A. WILLMAN. ) P. A. REGAN. J J. M. K INN EAR.) -SALT LAKE Utl Year Bsiiis September 31. ADMITS BOTH SEXES. e School offers excellent advantages in all he brunches of a Common and High School edu cation. Those taking the full course are pre pared to enter the leading Eastern Colleges. Thorough Commercial courses. MUSIC A SPECIAL FEATURE. The Boarding Department, for Kiris only, af fords a pleasant home where parents may send their daughters with confidence. Boys will be rovided for iu private families. Parents who are in search of a school where THOROUGH and PRACTICAL education will be given will do well to correspond with tho Super intendent, J. F IEILLSPAUGH, rAdvertisements not exceeding an Inch (or ten tine* of small type) in length will be inserted in this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cents the fiist insertion and twen-five cents each ad ditional insertion—payable advance.) Notice. • Mr T*. C. Bailey has wo right to make purchases or transact business for the Champlain Mining and Prospecting Company after this date. February 15th, 1889. Notieo. Any and all parties extracting ore from, or trespassing upon, the Jiin Holt and North Caro ina claims, at Bullion without tlie written con sent of the undersigned will be prosecuted to tii« full extent of the law. T, E. PICOTTK. Hailey, Idaho, May 26, 1888. Post No Bills or Signs. The public is requested not to post bills or nail signs to the poles of the Idaho Electric Company, as they endanger the life of the climbers. By order of the Board of Directors. H. Z. BURKHART, Secretary. To Water Consumers. Now Is the time to examlna your water-pipaa. See that your stop and waste pipes are iu perfect order before cold weather comes. ol7w4 W. T. RILEY, Manager. OUR PIANOS MERIT at the New Orleans Cotton Centennial and World'H Exposition, for refined and wonder ful power of tone, elegance of design, and superb finish. Only plane endorsed by lotted (Mates Commissi oners, from each of the States. Cases finest carved, rosewood finish—finest imported double repeating action—three s rings throughout of best patent steel wire—keys best ivory. Our new patent htoel tuning device, instead of wood, is the greatest invention ever made in pianos* It consists of stationary Steel tuning pins that sYs set iu a mold aud molten Mleel is run round tbs pins, keeping them solidly in place. A thimble ot shell pin is made to exactly fit the stationary pin* revolving thereon; thus the strings wird round the pins. After the strings are properly stretched the piano can never get out of tune the rest plank being of Nice I is not affected by extremes of cli mate. This will be appreciated by all musicians iu city or country. It will stand 20 years without tuning, aud is good for 100. No other piano has this improvement. Great strength and durability is another advan tage. In other pianos holes are bored in wooden boards aud tuning pins inserted. The pins tuiS round in this board and cannot stand permanent* ly in tune, aud it often cracks, splits, dries out, becomes utterly, totally and entirely worthless afl a musical instrument. Our Steel tuning device is in no way affected by such casualties, and thv sounding board is bo constructed that our pianos can never become thin or metallic in tone. They arc always in tune and the expense of tuning is* saved. This patent alone Is worth millions and makes our piano the greatest In the World. Prices are no higher than other pianos. Buying direct from us, the largest manufacturers, you save $100 or $200—Dealers' profits. Don't mind the omin ous growllugs of dealers aud agents, who see their chances of selling a poor piano at a big profit of $200 slipping away—pity them. We guarantee our pianos 10 years. 100 styles. We have put our prices at lowest, bed-rock for Cash. A $600 piano for $249.50; a $900 pin o for $297 50; a $1200 piano for $375.60; a $1500 pia»A for $475.60. Upright Cabinet Grands, with stool and rubber covers shipped on car at Ban Fran cisco to any part of the United States, Canada or Mexico. Our terms are cash with urdei. If not us represented money returned. We occasionally have good second-hand piunos, made over at $100 to $200. which we take in part payment for our own. Wiiteor call for catalogue, free. T. I AnIMl Piano Co. Office nd eroonia, Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Market d 7tl\ Streets; Factories, Folsom, BhotweL - 18th Streets; Ran I re ucisco,-Cal ifornia. Agents wanted.) JAMES EDVARDS & CO. Hoorn*: 23 and 24. (inj Building, 3rd and Pine Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO. MUNICIPAL BONDS, Miscellaneous Securities, Mining Stocks, —and— Mining Properties Negotiate** ON SALE TO -A.X.X. PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH HAILEY DEPOT, GEORGE LAMUNYON, ' Agent. J-g?"Location notices, for Loth lode and placer claims, for sale at tlie Times office.