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j^ Tirr of all in Leavening Power. —U. 5 . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE iVOOl) liivEii Tliliib waile y. IDAHO. fOHDAT . ..NOV. 25. 1820 the "flMES" WEATHEB UK PORT. «•«»!>* l ......... " KcTcmber 2 ......... November 3 ......... 8t Norember j .........35 jrmmber 5......... gore mber b ........ M Kwrember 7 .........12 Morember 8 .........18 Vortmoer 9 ...... 20 jfoTtnibor 10....... 20 November 11 .........80 Hovember 12.......-• 15 Koreinber 13 .........15 November 14 .........15 November 15 .........18 Muvemoer 18....... *21 Novembei 17 .........25 November 18........27 November 19 ..... 28 November 28 27 November 91 ......... 26 November 22 ......... 28 November 23 .........28 No\ ember 24 .........27 November 25 ......... 28 Temp. Snow fell Weethei el 7 a. m. leet 24 bra at 7 a.m. clear clear clear clear clear clear clear •tear clear clear clear clear clear clear clear clear cloudy dear cleat clear dear clear dear cloudy clear LOCAL JOTTI.NUS. K. H. Hendri k, the Hailey jeweler, ....... " * it iu Silver City, Owyhee county. Genuine Elgin (III.) Creamery But ter, at Geo. A. McI. bod's. Fred. L. Wilson left to day to •pend the winter on the Pacific Coast. You can save time and money bv frettinir vour loans liirmnrh - getting your loans through L.KMMON & Uooxe. Mr and Mrs John A Wilson left to-day for Oakland, Cal.', where they will spend the winter. A few choice business patterns at #30 per suit, during the next 30 days, if ordered at once. • Elof Anderson, the Tailor. Governor Shoup has been confined to his room several da>s by a severe spell of sickness. The celebrated Stonewall Whisky, in quart and pint flasks, at W. T. Kennedy's Famous Sample Rooms. Maj or Wilkes's corps of surveyors is now engaged in extending the sur vey of the Hailey, Gold Belt and Western Railway south to Shoshone Falls. A carload of the finest apples ever brought to Wood River, for sale at bedrock prioes. Geo. A. McLeod. Two carloads of .Red Cloud ore were shipped from this place to-day; and one carload of Red Cloud, one of Hillside lease, and one of War Danee were shipped yesterday. Competent judges sav that the cigars manufactured in Hailey are the best they ever purchased for the money. Colonel T. A. Starrh', the new Re ceiver of Public Moneys of the United States Land Office at this place, ar tived to-day, to take up his residence here. He was accompanied by his wife and son. Insure your property in reliable companies. None others are repre aented by Lemmon & Boone. Services in Episcopal church, Hailey, Idaho: Morning on second and fourth Sundays, and evening on first and third ^ undavs in every month. Fifth Sundays by special appointment. G. W. G. Van Winkle, Rector. People who enjoy smoking a pipe should stop at the cigar factory, and try some cigar clippings. The north-hound train arrived on time to-day. But it only brought one carload of freight, very few passen R*rs, aud no ma jl ? the west bound train being reported seven hours late when the Wood River train left Sho 'hone. John O'Brien, of the Wood Rivej Meat Market, keepa nothing hut the choicest meats on hand. Try him. Tit^ >er * Noble, the "sheep king" of , * °' stabbed by one of his ■jsrders, named Mike Dolan, last Fri } n * dispute about wages «°bles wounds are not mortal. He J*. r *"g*, on Reynold's creek, KSoise. If you want a first-class shave, hair W '* r *[>»' n p° 0 ' go to Phil. Weber'S 8h ®Pi two doors south of the **P«>as office, Hailey. Dill? B '"- v ' of the Third Judicial Winn.. ' *P®nd the winter at will h ,* 1 ^ ,nn -i Ma former home; but tfrobahhT 11 ° I J daho * n 'k® , P r ' n F* "ud 7 ,p * n< * lhe aumnser im alter Wvtr**" yi—' h " i R River ere,lefl ,n mines, and Wood »n^G?°* t,0 , n . not '°^ for both lod office ° ^ or sa lo at the A DOCTOR'S CONFESSION. Doesn't Take Much Medicine lUld Advises the Reporter Not to. "Humbug? Of course it is. The so called science of medicine is a humbug and has been from the time of Hippo crates to the present. Why the tiggest crank in the Indian tribes is the medi cine man." "Very frank was the admission, espec ially so when it came from one of the biggest young physicians of the city, one whose practice is umong the thousands, though he has been graduated but a few j years," says the Buffalo four ier. "Very cosy was liis otilce too, with its cheerful ! grate fire, its Queen Anne fuini ure, and ; its many lounges and easy chairs. He stirred the tire lazily, lighted a fresh , cigar and went on." "Take the prescriptions laid down in the books and what do you find? Poisons mainly, and nauseating sniffs that would i in the world science should go to poisons for its remedies I cannot tell, nor can I find any one who can." "How does a doctor know the effect of his medicine?" he asked. "He calls, prescribes, and goes away. The only way to judge would be to stand over the bed and watch the patient. This cannot be done. So, really, I don't know how Jje is to tell what good or hurt he does. Some time ago, you remember, the Boston Gfofcsent outa reporter with a stated set of sympioma. He went to eleven prominent physicians and brought back eleven different prescriptions. This just shows how much science there is in medicine." There are local diseases of various ' characters for which nature provides i positive remedies. They may not be in j cluded irl th „ regn1ar physician's list;, . perhaps, because of their simplicity, but the evidence of their curative power is , ^Wr^Safe ^'cSiTyS 1 ; remedy. Thousands of persons, everv i persons, everv i year, write as does H. J. Gardiner, of j Pontiac, K. I., August 7, 1890; "A few years ago l suffered more than j probably ever will be known outside of i myself, with kidney and liver complaint. It is the old story— I visited doctor after doctor, hut to no avail. I was at New port, and Dr. Blackman recommended 1 Warner's -Safe Cure. I commenced the use of it, aud found relief immediately. Altogether I took three bo. ties, and I truthfully state that it cured me." OFF TO SALT LAKE. Gone to fonclnde Arrangements to Build the Gtuh and Idaho Railroad. Colonel Geo. V. Bryan, Texas Angel, Major Wilkes, and T. I). Washburn left this afternoon for Salt Lake City, where they are to meet witli the Chamber of Commerce, to complete the organization of a com pany to huild the proposed Utah and Idaho Railway. The working maps and survey for the whole line from Salt Lake City to Junction Bar will be completed with in 3t) days; and if even one-half of the Salt Lakers who have promised to assist in the enterprise are prepared to fulfill their promises, gtading for the new road will begin within 60 days. Oh, What an Awful Breath t There is nothing more healthful than onions. The trouble is that per sons are afraid to eat them because they make the breath utifragrant. But tlu-re is a less fragrant breath than that freighted with onions. We mean the breath of a person with a foul stomach. Take hitn away ! we inwardly cry when ho whispers in our ear. Do see that your breath is pure. Take a few Bkandreth's Pii.ls and regulate vour liver, stomach and bowels, and your breath will be sweet. Services in the Episcapal Church. Services will be held in Emmanuel Church next Sunday, at 7:30 P. M. and hereafter they will be held in the morning on the second and fourth Sundays of every month, and in the evening of the first and third Sundays. All, at the usual hours. Sun-lay School at 2 P. M. every Sunday. All are cordially invited to attend all services, and the Sunday School. Look ! Look !! Lank !!! Still to the Front. Beef by tha side, from one side to as many as you want, at four cents per pound, At my shop. Cuas. Birkin, Hailey. Notlee. I have appointed N. Randall (at First National Bank) my collect ir and agent. All old bills must lie ad justed with hitn before Jan. 1, 1891, by cash or approved notes. X. J. Brown. Tk« Panicky feeling Haring Subsided, Loans nre Becoming Easier. Bradstreet'a for the week ending November 15, 1890: "The critical condition of the share market, though due to financial causes, naturally reacted on the loan market, and with the decrease of 13,500,000 shown by Saturday's bank statement, and the advance of the Bank of Eng land rate to 6 per cent., made the week one of excitement and appre hension to financial interests. The fact that the Bank of England found specie assistance on the continent had a good effect. But as meantime the condition of the stock market had resulted in positive danger to certain institutions the panicky feeling was not allayed until, as is elsewhere set forth, the associated banks resolved on the extraordinary expedient of is suing Clearing House certificates and helpirg solvent but embarrassed asso . . ..... . .. .. 01a ^ s through the difficulty. During Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday call loans were quoted at the legal rate, plus |@f per cent, per diem, although these were the quotations on the Stock Exchange, and in deal ,nB8 11 customers all klinls of rates below these were made by banks and institutions. On Thursday and Fri day the situation improved, and leans were quoted at from 12 per cent, down to 5 per cent. There were ab solutely no quotations for time loans, while it is almoi-t needless to say comrne.cial paper was perfectly dead " refl,ct, ; t ' at ™ 8 ' ° ,her e-t ters 1,1 snfftned rates and increased it is noticeable that throughout the panic there was no disposition to call on the Treasury for aid. It is, in deed, stated that the available surplus of the government is now reduced to #9,000,000. "New York's financial excitement conservatism in the making of loans. u „ ... " 11163 ,,re higher at Philadelphia, Chicago, New Orleans, San Francisco , ... . .. ,, n,,d Cincinnati. Money appears to be in good supply at most interior points, but loans are rigidly scruti nized. At Boston and Cincinnati supplies are not large. Boston re mittances to New York have been heavy. The tendency toward ease due to the freer crop movement at New Orleans has been checked bv the prevailing conservatism. San Francisco reports increased demands for remittances from t-he East. Next month's tax levy will be the largest on record, and the usual stringency is anticipated. Collections are fair at most centers. Fewer loans are re ported placed at Duluth." The WorU Enriched. The facilities of the present day for tlit production of everything that will con duce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited aud when Syrup of Figs 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 ular it becomes. A California Crank. Great events of all kinds alwavs rouse into activity all the cranks of a country, latent or in full bloom. The California papers say that William Palmer, known as "Rattlesnake" or "Buckskin Bill," is ringing up a suit for himself that will take the prize at the World's Fair. The pants are to be made of rattlesnake hide, trimmed with a bit of every animal and bug known to Southern California. The whole suit when finished and on "Buckskin Bill," will be a whole show within itseif, and will give the student a chance to study bug, snake and animology of Southern California by analyzing "Buckskin Bill's" suit. William will no doubt look upon him self as constituting the hub of the World's Fair. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap ping paper, but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was incur able and could live only a short time; she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping papev she read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she bought a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, druggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful Discovery free at Hewit & Brown's drugstore. Silver Thimble Found. A silver thimble with the name •May" engraved upon it, was picked up on the street yesterday, The owner can recover it on appli cation at this office within three days. IN SOCHI DAKOTA. How the Tamers Profit by the Agrl cultural College. A big institute is an annual feature at the South Dakota Agiicultural College. This year it began Nov. 17 and run to Ncfv. 21, three session* a day. The farmers came in crowds from all paita of the State, as it is all free, meals are furnished at 15 cents each ancf room* are provided free to those who supply their own bedding. Aside from the cost of the round trip from farm to oollege, attendants don't have to spend more than 50 cents a •lay. The apparatus, library, labors lories stock and experimental laim, are used to illustrate the lectures in a practical way. The topic* include such practical subjects as horses'feet, forest trees, stock feeding, insects, ir rigation, wind breaks, book keeping and farm accounts, sheep husbandry, cattle diseases and tbeir treatment, the sugar beet, etc. With enthusiastic lecturers and practical illustrations, such an insti lute is a wonderfully good way of in aogurating the winter's campaign of educational work among larmers. Every man who attends also gets a taste of the real value of our sgricul tural colleges, and thus becomes their hearty advocate and in time sends Ida own childien to be educated there. The value of education for the working farnv r is being more sppre elated each year by the farmers tliem selvis. This means better farming, better living, better profits, better morals, better society and above all else, better public citizens. Buckleit'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 «kin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 eents per box. For sale by Hewit & Brown. The Ladles' Guild Will Serve Sapper. The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal Church will supply the oyster supper for the Company F hall, Thanksgiving night, at the Alturas Hotel. The price will be 75 cents per head. The ladies will do all the cooking, and waiting on the guests, and will endeavor to prepare a bill of fare worthy of the occasion. Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Hates. A large assortment of the choicest patterns of Wall Paper just received and offered at greatly reduced rates Call and examine it. W. S. Mack. LETTER LIST. List of Letters remaining In the Halley (Msho) Postofflce for tbs week ending November 22,18U0. Perrons celling for sny of these Letter, will please •»y "Advertised." « Burns. W. F. Madden. Roger Myrlck, Miss Florence Taylor, Mr. Oeo. P. EDWARD ANGEL, Postmaster. A Fair Price. Virginia (Nev.) Enterprise.] Eureka boasts that voters bring from #10 to $40 each at her elections. At the recent election voters were there herded and "sold like sheep"— and regular black sheep such men are in the Amerioan flock. However, they will not even he accounted sheep when Gabriel toots his horn and makes his grand "wind up." They will then be told that their place is among the goats. p|mrc Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, UUnCO Hoarseness, Whooping Cough,Croup, Sore Throat, Asthma, and every affection of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Consumption. Speedy and permanent. Geuuiue Aigncd ** J. Butts." WM. REMBER, GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Shop oo old Wines lot, Bullion St, Betweon Mailt St, and First A vs., Hailet, Idaho. Honest Work! made by enrn^at men and women. Wf Ihritfth Ibe rspilsi! If youiuenn bminfu, dr*p uh a card nod t nome furl* that will opeu your ♦'yt a ! A lei'itiumte liu* of good*, bdu liou* fit iu»n vaiitfd tr In trod uot th**in in towu uni coun try. Due t wall! Address, at once, P.O. Box 819, Cincinnati, O. w« J. C. POX, DRY GOODS EHPOEIOH, Xs (be place to SECURE BARGAINS ta FALL DRY GOODS. late' Ladies' and Hisses' Fine Shoes, Gents' Mdiii Goods Bis dandy lino of Knit Underwear cannot be excelled. I solicit the trade of Wood River. J. C. FOX, HAILET, IDAHO. ALEX. WILLMAN, (Successor to Willuan & 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 Powder, Fuse aud Caps. ALEX. WILLMAN, HAILET, IDAHO. as just opened a full stock of Cloth and p lush SACQUES and NEWMARKETS, j ^ RESS GOODS, Mens' and Boys' Q^LOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, RUNKS and VALISES—all of which is Q/ the very Latest Styles and Patterns, and, O f the best makes and materials, and jyjar/ced at LOW PRICES. P lease give me a, call before buying else A where. R emember, that I AM NEVER UNDER sn r. n S. J. FRIEDMAN. R. W. BERRY (Successor to the E. C. Coffin Hardware Co.) AGENT FOR Fraser & Chalmers, Knowles Steam Pumps, Koebling Sons Co. Wire Rope, McCormick Harvesting Machinery, Canton Steel, Safety Nitro-Powder, Studebaker Wagons, Charter Oak and Garland Stores. By prompt and effioient service, I will endeavor to deeerve a con tinuance of the liberal patronage extended to this house in the poet. R. W. BERRY, Hailey, > - - Idaho*