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-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17 , 1889 . Baking Powder ABSOUUTE1X pure wool) RIVER 1 pATT.E Y. IDAHO. flOSSDAY. LOCAL iOTTINHSL Toilet »o»p» at Steward Bros. Mr*. S. M Tuoker left this after noon for * visit to Portland, Oregon. you can save tune and money by vetting jour loans through * Lemmon & Boons. plug and smoking tobacco at Steward Bros. We carry the largest stock of crockery ami glassware in town, and •ell it at bedrock prices. Bar glass ware and fittings a specialty. Steward Bros. Silver in New York to-day, $1 10J per ounce; lead, *5.25 per 100 pounds. The celebrated Stonewall Whisky, in quart and pint flasks, at W. i. Kennedy's Famous Sample Booms. The Alturas Commercial Company has just received three carloads of canned gooda and general groceries. Competent judges say that the cigars manufactured in Hailey are the best they ever purchased for the money. S. M. Friedman left to-day for Salt Like Gi'y, intending to be gone four cr fire days. Insure your property in reliable companies. None others are repre sented by Lemmon & Boone. People who enjoy smoking a pipe ^should stop at the cigar factory, and try some cigar clippings. 1 have a large and fresh stock of imports.i and domestic suitings which 1 will make up at a sacrifice. Flop Anderson. 25 per cent, off 011 pocket cutlery smi Meerschaum pipes duri'.gSeptem ber. Steward Bros C O. Stockslager, who was elected District Judge the 1st instant, has re signed his office as Receiver of Public Moneys in the Hailey Land Office, and wili be succeeded by Thomas Starrli, of Albion, Cassia county. If you want a first-class shave, hair out, or shampoo, go to Phil. Weber's barber shoo, two doors south of the express office, Hailey. John O'Brien, of the Wood River Meat Market, keeps nothing hut the choicest meats on hand. Trv hi in. Do not fail to order your clothes from Klof Anderson, of Hailey, as now is the time for fall and winter. James W. Burns went down to his cattle range, near Shoshone, to-day, to make arrangements to feed a couple of hundred head of beef cattle for next winter's market. He is cure that the business will pay well. Epoch. The transition from long, lingering, *nd painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the Indi vidual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has been at tained is gratefully blessed; lienee it is that so much is heard in praise of Elec tric Bitters. So many feel they owe their restoration to health, to the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are troubled with any disease of kidneys, liver or stomach, of long or short standing you will surely find relief by use of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottle at llewitdfBiiiwn'sdruxstore. Try Werthheimer'g *3 shoes. Excursion Kates. The Oregon Shoit Line Company offers the following excursion rates: To the Annual Encampment, I. O. *0. F. and Grand Lodge session, at Boise, tickets will be sold from Oc tober 9th to llth. Good returning until October 20 th. One fere for the found trip, or *10.70. To the Territorial Fare in Salt Lake City—Tickets on sale Oct. 6 th to 10 th. Good returning until the 12 th. One fare, or *16 70, for the round trip. These will probably be the last ex oursions of the year, ao all who wish to visit Boise, Salt Lake or Blackfoot this fall should avail themselves of this opportunity. Wall Paper at Cost. ^ e wish to reduce our stock and offer wall paper at from 15 to 50u. per double roll. A large portion of this Mock is new. Steward Bros. the fast mail train. I* Will Run at the Rate of Only 35 Miles an Hour. The mail trains are no longer al lowed to make up lost time, on the Oregon Short Line. Since the fast mail train was put on, it has not been unusual for that train to run at as high a speed as 60 miles an hour. Whenever the train lost time, from any cause, the engineers would strain their locomotives to their utmost power in order to reach Huntington on time or as nearly on time as pos sible. The frequent accidents to the mail train are attributed to the con sequent extra fa-t time made. This will not be allowed any longer; and from this time on the mail trains will have to run within the schedule time of 35 miles per hour. If on any part of the run between Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Huntington, Oregon, the trains are delayed, tliev will have to finish the trip at the schedule rate. Once behind time they will keep behind to the end of the run. Biickleu's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil blains, corns, and all "kill eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give per- | feet satisfaction, or money refunded, j Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by ilewit ifc Brown. FROM HELENA. The Mcntaninn Capital a Poor Place to I)o Business 111. A. F. Mootandon came in yester day from Montana, to put his properly interests here in shape for the winter. Since leaving hero the first of August, he has lived in Helena, Montana. That oily, Mr. Montandon says, is pretty and substantial, hut is now having the dullest times seen there in 20 years. It is flatter than Hailey. Money is plentiful, in fact the banks have mil lions of dollars at their disposal; hut there is no employment for it, and a man with *3000 to *5000 can do bet ter here than with thrice the amount in Helena. Mr. Montandon likes Helena as a place of resid- lice; hut not to do bus iness in, as there is so little to do. And it is not unlikely that if things brighten up here next spring, he shall return here. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will con duce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Tigs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, in fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop nlar it becomes. No Mall To-Day. The Wood River train brought no mall from Shoshone to day. No mail has been received at that point from the West in three days, owing to the sand storms on the Columbia river j line; and the fast mail from the East, iS not expected before noon to-day. j _______ Champion Hardier. . «i f A. A. Jordan, champion hurdler of America, and holder of the American record for tunning 120 yards over feet 0 inch hurdles, sayn "I have for a great many years used Alloock's Porous Plasters, particularly during the training sea son. I find that if I am affected m back or loins with any kind of a pain or strain, that AllCock's POROUS Plasters instantly afford relief. Fur pains in the body, > he result of a se vere cold, nothing can beat Allcock s Plasters- I would certainly recorn ,h- nlasters to anv athlete who ". suffering with soreness or stiffness while in training." Wall Paper »t Greatly Reduced ltttt.H A large assortment of the choicest patternsof Wall Paper just received and offered at greatly reduced tales. Call and examine it. \V. S. Mack, Strahorn Block, Croy street. CRAZY Jin KELI.OUU. | j He Has Invested Over $8000 in Fitting I'p "Lite Senate Ummbrr.'' A crazy man has come to towu. His name is James Kellogg, and he holds forth in the Senate Chamber, in Claude Campbell's new brick building, one door south of Friedman's dry goods store. 1 hat Jim Kellogg is crazv, there can be no doubt. He lias fitted up the place regardless of expense, with plate glass windows and the name of bis establishment—The Senate Cham ber— blown in the glass. His bar mirror is about 10 x 12 feet in dimm sions, and was imported from "Paree" for him. He also has club rooms with the latest appliances and patent slot tables, and lias titled up a most lux urious lair for his ''tiger." His cigar stand, to the left on entering the place, is cut off from the main room by a partition Briefly, everything about the place would^ be becoming even 111 the most elegant resorts of our largest cities. All this has cost nearly >5000. There is therefore no doubt that the man is erszy. Then, too, there are the wines, liquors and cigars—some *3500 worth. The latter are either pure Havana or of Davey's (home) manufacture. Nothing cheaper. The wines are all A1 in quality, warranted genuine, and from the best vineyards of Europe and California. But the best proof that Jim is crazy is the fact that lie will only sell one brand of whisky—the Creuiorne. To be sure, lie is ready to stake his r< puts tion as a eaterer on the statement that it is the best whisky ever manufac tured; but be may be mistaken. And yet he talks very rationally about it, and in order to convince the Times man that it is good stuff and that it leaves no headache behind, he offers to let him call there, any evening, when he will pour it down the news paper man's throat until the latter shall cry "Hold! enough 1 '' Oil, YYHERE DID YOU UOl.D l GET THAT A Brief But Pathetic Disquisition on the Subject—About Remedies. Portland Oregonian.] Probably there is no disease, ail ment, complaint, or whatever it may be called, as common among the human family as what is called a cold Every body at one time or another has a cold—and everybody else asks tbe offerer where he got it. Sometimes the sufferer knows, but more often h< does not know; Ire only knows that he has got it, or rather that it has got him, and got him bad. One would naturally suppose that, as colds have been so common ever since humans began to wear clothing, here would have been some remed loutid for a cold—that is to say, some unfailing remedy, known to every body, which would knock the worst cold Silly in a jiffy. But no such remedy is known. There are reme dies enough, and every other person has a new one. A man who has bee suffering from a cold for several day past has been favored with a list remedies which would fill columns Some of them, such as boneset tea loarhound tea anc other "yarb" teas date back to the flood or before, and are probably good but not worth mentioning. Others, such as ginger stew, mustard baths for the feet. draughts" of pork, pickled fish, etc, for the feet, ur? remedies which no one trie s. Patent medicines ure to be had by ibe score in every imaginable shape. A fellow likes something pleasant to take, and.when a man recomrnen hot Scotch whiskv, a whole skin full 1 j 0 f jt, just as you are going to be victim thinks he will try it. Wh j the next man says hot whiskv is ba i and recommends a skin full of ice water just as one U «oing to bed hi advice is taken coldly. When h tni . ^ you must tlikt> a lot of tlo , whisk v , B<J j |ljr to bed and gorge yourself ! ; ce . water w hen you get up in the the rft li morning, you know he has been there himself, and that his idea is correct, and you try it, and if you keep it up long enough it will cure you or kill you. This is the latest slid best rem edy for a cold. LETTER LIST. List of Letters remaining in the Halley (Idaho) 1890. s ; p„.tofflce for the week ending October 4, | Peon.cnmgror.nyorD.ee. Letter. Win p.e-e : j j ».jr "Advertised." | Akin. Fred. Alice, I'rell ll.ird, ''re Hattie Bn-ne. TV. F. C-m.d'ell. E. J. Clinr.h. F. F. Demers, Jueeph Drake. Oro. H. (2) O-rbolb. Ctiaa. McAte. Mrs. Jim McMullen, John r.rker, N. J. Tymr, A. H. Terry, E. H. EDWARD ANGEL. Foatmuter. •^"Location noticnn, for both lode ind placer claims, for sale at tbe Times office Suggestions for Persons Sending Mull Mailer. The following suggestions, if ob served, will aid in the dispatoh and delivery of matter sent through the mails, or its return directly to the sender in the event of non delivery, and thus prevent the annoyance, de lay, and embarrassment caused by sending matter to the Dead Letter Office: Mail matter should be plainly and correctly addressed, the name of the post office to which it is to be sent should be clearly and distinctly stated, and to avoid confusion from the sir.'.i lartty of abbreviations, as frequently used, the name of the State should also be given in full. In the case of mail addressed to small offices, or here there are offices of like names different States, the name of the county should be added. As the immense quantity of matter sent through the mails is necessarily rquited to be handled rapidly bv the railway mail clerks at the post offices in the cities, too much care cannot be exercised in addressing mail matter clearly, plainly, and correctly. Where maii matter is addressed to cities or free delivery offices the street and house number, or post office box number of the person addressed are important, and should always be giv en when possible to do so. Where this cannot be done, the business or employment of the person addressed, if stated, will often secure delivery. How is Your Blood? I had a malignant breaking out on my leg below t he knee, and was cured sound and well with t wo aud u half bottles of 6 . 8 . S. Other blood medicines hud fail ed to do me any good. Will C. Beaty, Yorkville, S. O. TRADE [MARK I was troubled from childhood with an aggravated case of Tetter, and three bottles of 8 . 8 . 8 . cured me perma nently. Wallace Mann, Muunville, I. T. Our Dock on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Bwift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. THE DOLLAR COLUMN f AdvertmementH not exoeeairir an Inch (or .ten ines of amall type) in length will be lua« rud in this column for one dollar per week, or fifty cent* the first insertion and twenty-five cents each ad ditionil insertion—payable in advance.] Male Help Wanted. SALARY, $40 FXPENSE8 IN ADVANCE, vOU allowed each month. Steady employment rft home or traveling. No soliciting. Duties de li vering nnd making collections. No postal cards. Address with stamp, HAFEU A C J , Hqua, Ohio. NOTICE. The co-partnership heretofore existing between Wm. Rember and Alex. McKibbin, under the firm name of McKibbin A Kkmbeb, has been dissolved. All bills due the firm are-payable to Alex. Me. Kibbin, at hia shop, and all parties indebted to ns are expected to settle up by the first of October, proximo. 15slmo McKIBBIN k REMBER Dissolution of Oo-Partnershlp. The copartnership heretofore existing in the grocery and produce business in this city, under the firm name and style of Eauuabt k McLeod, Is dissolved by mutual consent, David Earhart retiring. The business will he continued at the same place by Oku. A. McLeod, who has assumed all liabilities of the firm, sud to whom all accounts due the firm must be paid without delay, os the business of the firm must bo closed at once. DAVID EARHART. OEOROE A. McLEOD. NOTICE. I desire to thank the public for the liberal pai ronage extended to thia house in the past; and solicit a continuance of the same—which, by fair dealing and courteous treatment, I truat to merit. OEO. A. McLEOD. NOTICE. To Whom Xt May Concern. I hereby give notice that 1 will not pey or bo* come reeponeible for any debts contracted or In curred by my wife, Mrs. Mary M. Tucker, of Hal ley, Idaho, ah*- having left my bed and board without canae or provocation. CmiMw* SAM DEL T. TUCKER. NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern I hereby give c< tire that I will cot r*y or be. come responsible for any debt contracted or in curred by my husband, Btamiel T. Tucker, of Halley, Idaho, I having left hia bed and board, with JEST CALS* AND PROVOCATION - MARY M. TUCKER. J-gf" Blank P.oois of Labor are for tale at this office. BRAND OPENING OF MILLINER! aid DEI GOODS AT J. HAILEY, C. FOX'S, : : : : : IDAHO. ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3. The Public is respectfully invited to the Display, ALEX. WILLMAN, (Sucoessor to Wilxman & Walker.) -DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc., And All Kinds of Mining Supplies, in INCLUDING AGENT FOR Hercules Powder, Fuse and Caps. ALEX. WILLMAN, HAILEY, IAIHO, NEW GOODS! FRIEDMAN'S STORE. II. W. BERRY (Successor to the E. C. Coffin Hardware Co.) AGENT FOB Fraser & Chalmers, Knowles Steam Pumps, Roebling Sons Co. Wire Rope, McCormick Harvesting Machinery, Canton Steel, Safety Nitro-Powder, Studebaker Wagons, Charter Oak *and Garland Stoves. By prompt and efficient service, I will endeavor to deserve a oo tinuance of the liberal patronage extended to this house in the past. 11. w. Hailey, BERRY, - - Idaho.