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ftotf&foYx 1 WOOD IUVKR TIJJBS ILVILEY. IDAHO. WEDNESDAY... .SEPT. 24. WO THE "UKAND OLD llOMAV' toNINli. George I.. Sfcoup, the present Governor of Idaho and can lidate for the office on the Republican ii ket,i coming to Wood River. lie is ex pected here to-murrow, to remain one day. As the Times has had the honor of saying some months ago—and »e deem it to be an honor to he able to say so thrulhfuily of anv man—G"Ver or Shonp is a man who, as teams'er, private soldier, lieutenant, eaj.t lin, brevet brigadn-r general, freighter, prospector, miner, merohai t. commis sioner to the New Orleans Kxpositi n, or statesman, has done all that coni I be expected of him, and mom. lie is therefore a model, a leader, ami of tip very foremost of the type—which some call a very superio* race—of American citizens who have not only finally abolished the frontier and caused it to melt like ice in the noonday sun, hut who have laid broad an t deep foundations for many pmspeious and powerful commonwealths yet to be. Whether this grand old Roman, whose classic features remind on* of the masterpieces of ancient ttatu arv, will apeak hern or not, we am not advised. lint that makes no dif ference. I.it it he stated any where on the strei ts that, he is to ad dress the p 'o| le, a' d in live minutes an audience will gather that no hall ill town will he l ogo enough t, lio.d. .-Our Democratic friends nre not talking so much about contesting Speaker Reed's si nt in the Fifty time ago. S-im thing dropped, and they 60 em to have Inind it. -Rr publicans, | lit \i ur personal grievances in your deepest inside pocket until after el. elioli, ai d go to work with a will to do your part in sustaining the party. No paitv can win which indulgts in pcisond wrangling in tl e face of the i nt my. -What think you of a political party that is wil ing t> t.Ue be chances of scaling the country into a motiey panic for the purpose o' t ying to obtain control of the House of Representatives': That's what the Democrats have h-cn doing of late. --The Diinncrats may combine with New York import- rs and spei u lators as ofien a- t -cv please, I lit as long as tlm Republican | arty fur nislns the brain- at ; the lead if ti, Treasury Department there will 1 no financial panic ^ iturted on sueh flimsy excuse. -The action < 1 ttie R.-t>uh! ca of the II ous>- in passing every measure asked for bv orgai.'ze I lab r is in striking contrast vv ii li c l . t i he I V mo crats did while tl 1 v l ad u tu»j r t> ill that body. The facts of il e ease fur nish an ii st i m t \ e ili.-tiat. d oijit letsin of lie mill.oc.s i.i.d oijicis cf the two parties. 1 he I'« n ocrats patted the lal or. r i n the h ck and talked for hours and In ursal out what he ought to havi , but they gave him nothing. The Ke| ul . cans - id less talking, foil tiny gave the laborer all the ogislation he asked f, r. The Republicans of t In lj ms. -d. serve no special thanks for their aclion; tl ev but pf rfoiliud tin ir duty, a tiu'v taught by the traditions . f t! e Re putil'Car. party, which lias always lie. n the party if liberty, l.umai ity aid progress. A Safe liivestmiTil Is one which is gttaraiiteeil to bring you satlsfictory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy front our ad vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Dtaooverj for Consumption. It is guaranteed to tiring r.-li -f i.i every cast*, when used fur auv till . 'c>n of i'm-o:,;. Lung* or ('best, mi h ■ ' nan Inflammnihut of Kutig Asthma, W h*»o; dug Cough 1 etc. It is pleasri t .m l • die I-, ft*tc. perfectly safe and . - a •• - he depended upon. Trial bottles fiee st lie wit A Brown s drugstore. . •f •? P ^ «i «s «: RALLIES!! COL. E. J. CURTIS Will Ailtlrtsa the Voters of Ketchinn, IJailey, SEPT. 24, Bullion, BEPT. 24, Bellevue, BEPT. 25, Shoshone, SEPT. 2fi, - ON THF.- Political Issles of the Campaign. The laclt* s nre especially requested to grace tlu se oi'CMsions b> th» ir pr» s«-u»-e. The people of I-.Uhn. irr« «p» ctive of their pollt icai Uunings, are rct*iu etfullj invited to atti ud. BY ORDER OF TT1E K.'|>ul>li(*:tu Si it:' (Ynlral foianiittrr P 1 LLIKER, Old Pliotcsrraplier. On Bullion : tki:et, iCld Gallery) -is now taking $3 /, - N DBS. LIEBIG- & CO lb. I 10 11 I G « nifiirv . Vv.*-- Y- ,• ....... . 'T » ' ./ f:- .3'-;'.. /A e ? v ■ ' lutcriintionnl Surgical Institute S.\N Francisco, Cal., lit t tic t t tv, .Mont., Kansas c ity, Mo. All Mr* <1 tliprigri* nt' » S8* ully t ff fitful. S' J*h ilitif I** iM'i r. • l:■ .. tl:.- w-m witi t ut ii • r. u r v N < v% 1 ♦ st r tv ir tiu«-i t t« r l.<<«a Ut Vit IP. W r l'.DO;, itnalne t Visit US 111 .V ■ ' ' . s t bj I :. All ft ra in u iv'ut • lit* t in : ti«l. M..Utiu«* r Ius;m Iv p.cked. tl C l and .t qualified or i v i.« pn-rsi-nni • t r\ i. w suit 118, or *» 11(1 * St. TV : JfUf.-itvt, sli'i \» *♦ Will J ti ; in ).Imu wrn. v* r « ur book Kr*t» exp.riuiiitf } V >!• th 'U'Hi' > I'M » U ft:r» .1. f I rivnt . t, ini f l d N. rvt.Us 1.... -,H. N«i:r:.nl \Wi.kn*6M. Sj.r- | >:•«». .r: «»■•». Imp tmi. v, Svphihs. Ut.murrLcei, All* • t. Vnri.-t T. l4-. .If., ft. Dr® 1 it bit; k Co. m rfBI'Ol si bit- Spfcl-.ijvi ■ i f\« i:.s ,i. hi 1 w. T i x ini: ii k surn'oii will j V1811 lt\ll tY Qu*ir* r. . p r • V« V ( tti * will »!♦» ht tbf A t r h l ot-i K- to.uni »Uvl lG llt-vur l*:.ti.'t.ts . . lilt* t 11 hi . v utl ; <'" tit*ur« fro t » 5 nnd 7 t9 p. m.; or by *ppo utiun.t in <d s- ure bti ! m: '-:tt crises. t'lN'l'I.T'll N 1 »KK. Noitlivrn • iv'si.-n ! r rrr > > i'Y. MONT. Ktrt crii p.'vi-:on KvNSYS t ITY.Mf'. • n ; • • . • nr* -1. San FKANaISCO. U I. S chool i r pitten ju civile me chan ' ■ : ■ ganwiin,. I r.r.-lt r - M1 ,| s»v j,. ■ • ; | -a-l^t s- . . : ■ V.-c.|.«he.| l 4. A. V SMxS.iam.i-. - -. t r.T Circular. Jcmk i • ih . a ot Lat-o; are I for aslr at this office. i STATE. For Governor, Geo. L. Shocp. For Member of unexpired term of 51*t Congreee, Willis Sweet. For Member 52d Congress, Willis Sweet. For Lieutenant Governor, Norman B. Willet. For Secrettry of State, A. J. Pinkham. For State Audlter, Silas W. Moldy. For SUte Treasurer, Frank R. Coffin. For Attorney General, Geo. H. Rouerts. For Superintendent ©f Public Instruction, J. E. Harroun. For Judges of the Supreme Court, John T. Morgan. JosErii W. Huston. I. N. Sullivan. DISTRICT. For Judge of Ihe Judicial District, A. J. McGowan. For District Attorney, P. M. Bruner. David R. Munro. COUNTY. For State Senator, James Gunn. For Representatives, Lyttleton Price. Geo. E. Mills. For Sheriff, James M. McPherson. For ClerE and Recorder, I. W. Garrett. For Trobate Judge, E. E. Richards. i J } | j I i Hailey Precinct. Justices of the Pesce, W. S. Mack. I.eon Fuld. Coust&ble, W. C. Tatro. For Assessor and Collector, Thomas M. Ferguson. For Treasurer, II Z. Bcekiiart. For Coroner, E. C. Baldwin. For Surveyor, Frank (J. Man dell. For County CcmmiBBlonera, First District — Geo B. Florence Second ])istrict — Chas. Aiken. Third District — Frank Drake. LEOPOLD CRAMER. AM) Hailey, Idaho. Office with W. H. Matt. —T Ii E— OfALACE Main Street, (Next dosr nerth <if Derry's Hardwore Storel HAILEY, IDAHO, Mi A. Bogies, - Proprietor. —None but the beat of— Wines, Liquors and Cigars THE best.EQUIPPED SALOON IN IDAHO. . Combiratl.>n P. "l «ed Billiard f,!)!*, »nd Private Club Looms foi the use of PatrouB. John A. Bojjgs. Oil Gum Saloon -AND BILLIARJ ROOM, Upper Main Hti-ect, HAILEY, : : : IDAHO. The Finest Wines cn Hand. Potnmery Sec. in PiuU and Quarts. A'-bo, Constlation aul Creaioras WMskies A SPECIALTY. Cigars and Cigarettes -AND Ei glbh Ale and Porter, Ginger Ale, Etc. JOHN MUR KY, : Proprietor. PALACE SHADES, BILLIARD HOOK, Wist side Main Street, near Croy, IIailey, : : : : Idaho. CHARLES SHERRY, Frop'r New Building, New Tables, New ( lull Rooms, -asi) the Finest Wines, Liprs aii Ciprs. A FIRSr.CI.A«3 LUNC I £ COU N TKR is attached, where anything that the market af* ft-rde will be nerved bay or Nig] t. •/"Call once, Hu.i you will call again. CHARI.ES SHERRY. Ask Ycur Hstailcr for tho ti ^ 'till £b '^3 fs i A ^ ^13 c.r ti:e ■ fl cr, r? p, ^ w k 1 u a i L *y 1 J j J o sg mm Arcoriling fo Ycr.r Ncodi ..'•y- 5 "■"' -t itob Vv --G. - . ,-i • (uV] .....-'E: .i. r;r \ns <r. co., Fui, is... v: i loai-uve ...i-Lalohi ALTURASSADDLERY Co. Sole Arc-1 for Wood River. RICHES^;',; ■' !' • r ■ f •citstr l i.t m n.t J. i n - , | - , U | fnt outM of tmr l »r-Ht SewBIuiDj I.. V If , . rot w- , , ru . ,, \ "V ne..|.J 1 V-.,lM.:..n on.nl",,,!. l-.>a . 1. so t,,!!.-in H-ritin* -.t.,. , n i*hi!*- the Wh^rs nr* t-n • . 1 : ..... QI'NI l: AGEVT4 C«I,! ■ • ALEX* WILLMAN, (Successor to Willman & Walker.) -DEALER IN INCLUDING Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Etc., Etc* And All Kinds of Mining Supplies. AGENT FOR Hercules Pewler, Fuse end Cajs. ALEX. WILLMAN, : HAILEY, IArHQ. 11. W. BERRY (Successor to the E. C. Ci ffin Hardware Co.) AGENT FOR Fraser & Chalmers, Knowles Steam Pumps, Boebling Sons Co. AY ire Pope, McCormick Harvesting Machinery, Canton Steel, Safety Kitro-Powder, Studebaker AYagons, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves, By pr- mpt end •ffirient f.rrvice, 1 will et dr aver to dererve i co* tmuance of the lih. ral | stronape exit i di d to 11 is It ute in the j ast. R. W. BERRY, Hailey, ... Idah NEW GOODS ! -AT FRIED 3 IANN NTORti T — BETWEEN — HAILEY — AND— BULLION The undersigned respectfully an nounces that 1 1 is New Stage Line be tween Hailey and Bullion is fully equipped and making regular trips between the two points. AH orders entrust! d to him will be promptly attended to, and at the low est living rates. .WILLIAM WELCH. The S ages of this Comp*"! Mile In Emil# -BETWEEK-" Bellevue and M Carrying Paifinpers, EiPPi' and Light Freight. THEY AI.EO CCFEFCT WlTHiH AT BAILEY EEFOT. WYATT Ph 05 ' Prop" Teleplioaf \n. 12.