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j jl in Leaveomc Power.— U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ^1) KIVER TIMES 1 BAILEY. IDAHO. 0tftJBDAT. VH d River Railroad Tima Table XOBTU BOVXD TBAIM* UO. It. .............10:36 a. m. ............. 1:16 p.m. ............ 1:90 p. m. ............. 2:19 p. m. -„,.gh**bonc............... .1 Bellevue ...................... *• .............................. Arrive at ........................... •ocTB-aoeuD *• Lai*e Xetebum........................ 3:60 p.m. .. ................................ 6:10 p.m. Antre »t gheehooe.................... 1*»p.m. Shoshone. go. j t sa*t-bound.. Bo. i, W set-bound. 1 M >. m. ID >. m. m «times" weather report. Data. pemmber 1 - lirember 2 .. Temp, et 7 a. in. ......33 ......33 Bnowr.U laat 24 bn Weather at 7a.m. clear clear clan leaker 4 .. govern ber 6 .. ESKJ l :: ......33 ......32 .. ... *26 ......12 cl.ar clnr clear clear Hereinoer » •• ......20 clear getember 11 .. govern ber 12 .. loetmber 1J •• govern Nr it .. govern ber 19 .. kovemoer 16 .. govembei 17 .. govenber 16 .. gevomber 19 .. ......30 ...... 15 .......13 ......15 ......16 ......21 ......25 .....27 .......28 .......27 clear clear clear clear clear clear cloudy clear cleat get ember 21 .. gotember 22 .. November 23 .. got ember 21 .. November 26 .. November 26 .. Novembwr 27 November 28 .. November 22 .. Nfitember 3U .. .......26 ...... 28 .......28 ......25 .......26 ...... 25 ......26 .......27 .......23 clear clear clear cloudy clear clear cloudy clear clear clear cloudy cloudy •mowing December 2... H la 8 \i iu. .......26 December 5 ... .......u ....... 6 1 in. clear ...... 3 cloudy December 8... ......11 ......14 cloudy December 10 .. December 11.. December 12 .. December 13... .......10 .......16 .......15 cloudy clear clear clear LOCAL JOTTINUS. Smoke Davey's home m*de Cigars. The snow is melting so rapidly that it is feared there will be none left a oouple of days hence. Crabs, Lobsters, and Shrimps, at Oranter's Postoffice store. The Rev. J. O. Burroughs will con duct services in the M. E. chureh, in this city, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock a. m. You can save time and money by getting your loans through Lemmon & Boone. A earload of feed, and one of gen eral merchandise were received at this place yesterday, and a carload of merchandise to day. David M. Carson has purchased Weber's barber shop. He has no ■uperior in bis line. Hon. H. Z. Burkhart got back to day from Boise, whither he went to call the House of Representatives to order as Speaker of the last House, k id, also, to represent Hailey in the Southern Idaho Commercial Conven tion. The celebrated Stonewall Whisky, in quart and pint flasks, at W. T. Kennedy's Famous Sample Rooms. There is good skating above town, on the river. Also, near the G. A. R. cemetery, in ponds formed by the overflowing of the ditches. But the finest of all is on the lake at the Hailey Hot Springs. That is tiuly •plendid. * Purdum, the toe man, will deliver toe every other day, thfoogh the win tor* All persona needing ioe can leave °rd* r s at Alex. Willmen's, and they •ill be promptly attended to. Dr. Jones, the dental surgeon, in tends to leave in a oouple of weeks to rtsit his parents and relatives Oregon. He will be gone five or six ••«ka. All persons requiring his •ervices should therefore call on him •ithout delay. The amount realised by the benefit •oil given at the Alturas Hotel the ***t week in October was $133. This amount was properly expended by tho committee. The bills were brought to this office to day for exam '''"on. They amount to exactly 1*33.15, looura your property in reliable •ompanie*. None others ere repre sented by Lemmon St Boone. John O'Brien, of the Wood Rivej oat Market, keeps nothing but the •noioest meat* on hand. Try him. 3^! 0, |!? r Charles, the Sitter Superior l " e ^^or of Sist*-rs of the Holy '^°*0| died in St. Mary's Academy, Sslfc Lake City, last Wednesday. Although some of the pupils irrever ently referred to her as "Mamma Charley," they all entertained a high regard for her, and will regret to learn of her demise. Services in Episcopal church, Hailey, Idaho: Morning on second and fourth Sundays, and evening on first and third. undays in every month. Fifth Sundays by special appointment. G. W. G. Van Winkle, Rector. A carload of common sense bob sleds, cutters (swell-body and port lands) and passenger sleighs on the way. Inquire of J. H. Hkamkk, Hailey, for prices, etc. d&w. Two of the Rev. Mr. Van Winkle'* boys broke through the ioe, while skating this morning, and persisted in remaining to dry themselves in the sun in spite of the urgent entreaties of their playmates to run home at. once. Pareuts should compel their children to run homo at once, in such cases, as more skaters have died from doing just what the young Van Win kles did this morning than from any other osuse arising from the sport. I Safe and Effective. Beandreth's Pills are the safest and most effective remedy for Indiges tion, Irregularity of the Bowels, Con stipation, Billiousness, Headache, Diz ziness, Malaria, or any disease arising from an impure state of the blood. They have been iu use in this country for over fifty years, and the thousands of unimpeachable testimonials from those who have used them, and their constantly increasing sale, is incon trovertible evidence that they perform all that is claimed for them. Brakdbkth's Pills are purely vegetable, absolutely harmless and safe to take at any time. Sold in every drug and medicine store, either plain or sugar-coated. Homrthlng Needed In Eyery Household. Mrs. Tatro has seoured the agency for Daggett's Patent Roaster and Baker, a new kitchen utensil which will be wanted by every good house wife who is able to pay for it, as it saves its cost in two or three bakings, and pays for itself every time it is used by the saving of time effected and the thoroughness of its conking. The price of this new Roaster and Baker ranges from $1.25 to $3 25, according to size. It is tho very best invented. Ladies can call at Mrs. Tatro's to see the Roaster and Baker, or they can call at Mrs. LaBarge's, who is sub-agent, and will take orders. Furnished Ream Wanted. A business man—a reoent arrival in Hailey—desires to rent a furnished room in a private family. Inquire at * Times Office, A Public Social. The Ladies' Guild of the Episco pal Church will give a social at the residence of Mrs. Choate, on Tuesday, December 16ih, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., to which the publio is cordially invited, Twenty-five cents will be charged for lunch, and this will positively be the only charge. The proceeds will be devoted to the purchase of presents for a Christ mas tree festival for the pupils of the Sunday School. A Mistake. New York World.1 Mr. Parnell's decision not to retire Irons the leadership of the Irish Par liamentary party, but to appeal to the liish people, looks at this distance like a mistake. Whether the demand for his retirement is just or unjust, wise or unwise, his refusal to comply with it threatens his party with dis ruption and with the aid of Mr. Glad stone's great influence. Apparently it cannot afford either at the present juncture. CURES DDBOIS-SHOOP-CLAG1TT. THESE ARE THE SURB HINNEBS IH THE RACE. out To Joint Balloting Before Taesday Noon—What 80 Uepablieaai Have Agreed Oa. Special to tbk Tins.) Boise, December 13, 1890. In the Senate the Judioiary Com mittee reported back the concurrent resolution fixing Tuesday noon aa the time to begin balloting for United State* Senators. Passed. Both Houses have adjourned until Monday. The Senatorial situation remains unchanged excepting in this, that Senator Wells of Kootenai, may be the man from the North. An allianoe with McConnell is impossible, Clsgett is too stiffnecked to accept Dubois and Shoup's proposal, and Hey burn will positively not be a candidate. A caucus of 30 Republican legists I tors, last eveniug, decided to carry the program telegraphed you yesterday. Mr. Clagett'a friends were of the number, but Mr. Clsgett himself refused to oonsent to it. He will, however, probably consent if elected without sacrificing what he oonaiders his dignity by an abatement of pretensions. [The repeating instruments at Sho shone were not working this evening. Hence it was impossible to obtain any later news than is published above.— Edit] Ho! Skaters, Tills W ay. Finest skating in this region, on the lake at the Hailey Hot Springs, every day and evening. Come one, come all. MJBOlS-McCONNELL-DELAMAlt. Another Combination Attempted—But It Will Not Work. Special Cobheifsndence Wood Rives Tide. lioue City, the usually quiet and dnll Capital of Idaho has apparently awakened from her long sleep and is now the scene of unusual life, bustle and activity. The Commercial Con vention now in session has drawn representatives from every county in the State. It closed its labors this morning and in some of its final pro ceedings resembled an old Mossback convention more than an assemblage of live, modern, business men. There were times during its proceedings that a stranger entering the hall would suppose that he was in a Democratic Congress while they were denouncing the McKinley Bill. POLITICS. The assemblage of supposed busi ness men was overshadowed and dwarfed by the political battle going on which never stops and never oeases day and night. The four principal candidates—McConnell and Clagett of North Idaho, and Shoup and Du bois of South Idaho—were early on the field together with their friends and followers. Members of the Leg islature were met at Nampa with out runners who seized their grips, looked after their trunks and baggage, packed their overcoats, and on their arrival in this city escorted them to comfort able quarters at the Wide West Hotel, where their adherents could lounge in comfortably furnished par lors, write letters, read the papers from all parts of the Northwest, smoke the fragrant weed, and drink anything they wanted from Idanha to "Old Budge." The lobby in the Overland was a busy scene to look upon. Early in the morning the crowd assembled and the buzz of human voices commenced. The crowd was good-natured, but very earnest. In this assemblage all sec tions of the State were represented, while Salt Lake, Ogden, Portland, and other outside points sent promi nent citiseua. INTRIGUES. The political figurer retired to his room, spread out before him a list of the legislators, and went to work to figure on those who would stand by him to the death, those who were opeu to conviction and those who were after his scalp. Emissaries were dispatched in all direotiona with in structions to interview every member and find hia preference. In some cases this was hard to do and will never be known until the first ballot is taken. At tke outset Dubois'* men elaimed enough to aleet on the first vote: but after carefully counting noses they retired from that position and oonoluded to go slow and make an allianoe. It was rumored (and not without foundation) that they in tended to force a ballot the first day, but by a tacit consent all parties re tired from that position. MoConnell figured on his strength, counted enough to elect with not one vote to spare, and inoluded in bis tally nearly all the Democrats—a very uncertain qua ntity. Clagett aud Shoup have not claimed the following of the other two, but are both high-minded and honorable types of the human family. Yesterday the intriguing com meneed; a proposition like this was presented: Give Dubois the long term to commence the first day of next March and run for aix years then elect Shoup and MoConnell, they to draw lota for the '91 and '93 terms This necessitated the election of three Senators. Telegrams were reoeived from Senator Mitohell and others say ing this would be legal. It looked at one time as though this combina tion eould be perfected, and that it would sweep the field; but at the last moment it broke down. The history of why it failed cannot be told now. There are some secrets that even a correspondent ia bound to respeet. At this point of my story, perhaps, 1 should atop and tell the readers of the Times about a fifth candidate who is doing a little figuring in a very quiet way. Among the State Senator* there ia an active, bustling, energetic, nervy little man from South Idaho known as Captain DeLamar—a wonderfully successful mining man, a thorough business man and certainly a mss who has and will do much for the develop ment of the State; yet a novice in politics and statesmanship. The Cap tain has the Senatorial bee in his bonnvt. In he jumped and offered to make a combination with Clagett and MoConnell, give the North the '91 and '93 terms, and he take the long tarm. This would turn the tables and give North Idaho two Sen ators and alter the fiist of next March South Idaho one Senator. Your readers will see that all efforts t > intrigue out of the muddle has failed up to date. There ia one important lesson to be deduced from the situation: That the present system of electing United States Senators ia a bad one. PROBABILITIES. Clagett said this evening that his men would force a vote to morrow or at least endeavor to introduce a joint resolution and fix an hour aud a day on which the balloting should com inence. However, before he goes to bed to-night he may change his mind and by morning hia men may have order* to vote agairiet the resolution Should the Clsgett McConnell De Lsmar combination be perfected, will probably result in electing two Northern men and Dubois, and de feating a man for whom every citisen of the State has a warm corner in hia heart.—George L. Shoup. An Eczema 17 Years Cured ta 8 Weeks. One of the Oreat aat Cores Ever Performed by Cuticnra Remedies. At Bit age of three month. ■ nth (which after wards provad to be eefema or Hilt ltheum) mad. it. appeartner on my face. Phytlcl.a attar phy sician w.a cm led. None of them did mt any Rood at all, but made m. wone. The dinette continued unabated; It spread to my.rma and l.ga, till I wit laid un entirely, and from con tinually sitting on the floer on a pillow, my limb* contracted to that I lost all control af them, and was utterly belpleaa. My mother would have to lift me cat and tat to bed. I couid aet amend the house on my hands and feet, but I could not ■et my clothes on at all, and had to wear a *ort at dreaalng fown. My hair had all mad ted down or fallen eff, and my head, fact, and tart wera one scab. The disease continued In this manner until I was seventeen yean old, and one day in January, lilt, I read an account in the Tribune of your CmcrnA Runout. It described my case to exactly, that I thought, aa a laat retort, to Rive them • trial. When I Ant applied them I wta all raw and bleeding, from acratculng myaelf, bnt I went asleep elm: et immediately, something I had not done for yean, the effect wet so seoth ing. In about two weeks I could aUnd straight, bnt not walk, I was ao weak; bnt my totes were nearly wall. Aa near aa I can Jndge, the Ctm cr*. Remedies cured me in about aix to eight weeks, and np to this date (that ia, from January, 1879. to January, 1887,1 I have not been sick In any way, or have had the least eigne of the dlai reappea:ing on uie. W. J. MCDONALD, 3732 Dearborn St.,Chicago, 111., June 30, '*7. Cuticnra Remedies. An the only infallible Skin and Blood Purifier*. Hold everywhere. Price, CVTKUaA, the g Skin Cure, 60 c. Cvtk-cea Soar, an eaqnislta Skin Purifier and BeanliAer, 26c.; Cimcvu RaaoLv. *«, the new Blood PnrIAer, 11. Prepared by the Pomn Dana a»d Chemical CoaroUATIon, Boston. SS r Send for "How to Cure Hkln Dteeeaea," e< pages, 60 illostntton*, and 100 teatimanlal*. How My Side Aches! Aching Bides and Back. Hip, Sidney, and Uterine Pains, and Bbenmatlem re lieved in one minute by the t'altcara Aall-Fsto Plaster, The ant and only pain-killing plaster. J. O. FOX, DRY GOODS EHPOBIUM, It «ht plat* to SECURE BABOAUIS to DRY GOODS, FANCY NOTIONS, MILLINERY— HDDS' Hi MISSIS' SHOES, RKFPS' MWSHMG GOODS, CARPETS. Oil CLOTHS, ETC. J. C. FOX, HAILXT, IDAHO. ALEX. WELLMAN, (Successor to Willman A Walker.) rarAMTR iv__ GENERAL HUB INCLUDING Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,^Cigars, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc., And All Kinds of Mining Supplies, AGENT FOR Hercules Powder, Fuse and Caps. ALEX. WILLMAN, HAILEY, IDAHO. Just opened a full stock of 'Cloth and p lush SACQUES and NEWMARKETS, j^.R2££.S GOODS, Mens' and Boys 9 QEOTHING, HATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, 'Y'RUNKS and VALISES-all of which is <y the very Latest Styles and Patterns, and Q/ the best makes and materials, arked at LOW PRICES. and P lease give where. me a call before buying else - R emember, that SOLD. I AM NEVER UNDER - S. J. FRIEDMAN. R. W. BERRY (Saccesaor to the E. C. Coffin Hardware Co.) AGENT FOB Fraser & Chalmers, Knowles Steam Pumps, RoeblingSons Co. Wire Rope, McCormick Harvesting Machinery, Canton Steel, Safety Nitro-Powder, Studebaker Wagons, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves. By prompt and sffioiant snrvice, I will endeavor to deserve a timiance of tho liberal patronage extended to this house in tho past. R. W. BERRY, Hailey, - Idaho-