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Is rwssatetienil and not * kesl d is s aa s. id tMMM It cannot bo eurod by local applications. It require* a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working through the blood, eradica te * the Imparity which cause* and p romote* the disease, and effects a permanent euro. Thousand* of people testify to the success at flood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for catarrh when other preparations had failed. CAtARRh "I win say I has* boon troubled for sow ers! years with that terribly disagreeable disease, catarrh. I took Hood's Saraapa-. rilla with the very best results. It cured me of that continual dropping In my throat, and stuffed up feeling. It has also helped my mother, who has taken It for run down atato of health and kidney trouble." Haa. B. D. Heath, Putnam, Conn. "I have used Hood's Sarsaparilla for ca tarrh with very satisfactory result*. I have received more permanent benefit from It than from any other remedy I have ever tried." H K. Bus, of A. Bead A Son, 'Wauieon, Ok Hood's Sarsaparilla B*M by all druggtsu.pl; .ixforgt. raparedonly byC.L HOOD b CO., Apoth*c*rla*, Lowell, Hern IOO Doses One Dollar WOOD RIVER TIMES HAILEY. IDAnO. HOXOAT...........................DEO. It, ISM PitE-KUCUllOY PLEDMKS MUST BE Sept. No member of the Legislature ran by petition or otherwise, lie absolved from failure to fulfill the pledges upon which he was elected. His pledge to do a certain thing, if elect-d, ia in the nature of n positive oontract and, ihe people having performed their chare paid the price asked fur the member's election, as it were, the member-el* ct has no choice but to do that for which he was elected and to which he pledged himself a* an honorable man if elected. The resort to a petition to release leg islators from their pledges has been emphatically and repeatedly con deinned in many States. And eve Nevada, which many affect to refer to as a "rotten borough,''gave a striking example of this, come years ago. The Legislature had been eleoted on a positive pledge to uphold the validity of the bullion tax. Alter th election the mine-owners caused to be circulated petitions praying the Leg islature to repeal the tax. All vhe member* but John H. Harris and few ethers "fell down," or failed act in accordance with the pledge. Mr. Harris look the high moral ground that the people could not release him from a pledge understand it.gjly dictated and voluntarily as sumed; and that, if the people had changed their mind, they must signify the change in the platform upon -which his successor was to be elected! Well, the Legislature adjourned, and the next campaign commenced. Every man who had "fallen down" waa either refused a re-nomination or defeated at the polls. John H. Hanis alone was triumphantly elected to the most lucrative office, that of District Attorney in the most prosperous min ing counties in the State. There ia a lesson in this, and the legislators elect who entertain hopes of further success at the polls will do well to heed it. THE PAY OF PONTXASTERS. The question of ihe compensation of fourth clou post masters is sboi.t t > be brought before Congress by the in troduetion of n hill which proposes tu make all these offices salaried. The postmasters of ihe fourth class offices are now paid by a system bused upon the value of the stamps canceled in their offices. This sjstem has been in vogue qinny years, sod was reason ably fair and remunerativo when letter THE SKIN. Is an Important factor In keeping good health; if It does not act in the way intended hy nature, its functions ore performed by other organa,— the Kidneys and the Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific |g the remedy of nature to stimulate the skin to proper action. It never (oils in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on the Blood ged Skin Diseases. Swift Sracunc Co., Atlanta, Go. | ] I postage was three cents, ell official correspondence wee stamped, first elaaa matter was charged per half ounce instead of per ounoe, second eleae matter per two ounces instead of four, ami periodioals w< re two cente instead of one per pound. But since these several reductions have been made the work on the postmasters of the class nam-d has been trebled and even quadrupled, while the baai* of remuneration hat remained the tame. Hence they now do thiee and four tiinea at much work for the seme as formerly. This ia a gross injustice which should not be longer submitted to; and there is but one way to settle the matter in accordance with the public sente of fair play. Thai is, to make all such offices salaried, and allow, be sides, a reasonable amount for rent, light, tuel, and all expense* required to keep the office in a creditable con dition. Umil this ia done the publio will not receive that good service which it expects and to which it ia entitled If a Tax. Ilsrton (tew*) Register, Oct. IS 1 If the Democrat ic theory I list the 'tariff is e tax" is comet, why is not the price of goods upon which duties sre levied increased in value to the full extent of ihe tariff ? If the tariff is a tax, why ia it that plate glass, with e duty of about 58 per cent., can be bought for nearly one third less now than in 1880? If the tariff ia a tax, why is it that salt is si lling at 75 cents a barrel at the works, with a duty of 24 cents per hundred, when in 1860 it cost 42 per barrel and uo duty ? If the tariff is a tax, why are steel rails selling at from 428.50 to 432 per ion, with a tariff duty of 417 p*r ton, when they oost $140 to 4160 per ton before the duty was levied ? If the tariff is a tax, why is it ihst tm re pottery can he bought for 42.50 it-h a duty of 55 per cent, tnan could formerly he bought with 44 ? If the taiiff is e isx, why is it that nails and pig iron are nearly one-hall cheaper now than before e tariff wss levied upon them ? If the tariff is a tax, why is it that saws, which were not made in this country before a duty waa imposed are now cheaper than they are in t£u rope ? A million dollars' woith are exported to Europe annually. If the tariff is a tax, why has spool cotton thread been reduced in price from 85 cents a dozen before the duty was added to 55 cents under a duty of 15 cents ? If the tariff is a lax, whv are cotton prints of American manufacture sell ing at 5 certs a vard, when the tariff on those of Engli.h is 5 cents? If the tariff is a tax, should not 10 een* a yard I e charged for American o ieors, instead of 5 ? Prior t>> the w» , in the good old Democratic days— and in the period of low tariff or no tariff—this same celico retailed at 10 and 12 cents. NOTICE. Th* Annual Meeting of the 8to kholdert of the First National Bank of Halley will be hold at the offlea of the Bank, on Tl'i8f)AY. Ja* uarv IS. 1891, at 1:80 p. m. for th* purpose of electing a B ard of Dint* ton for the anaulug year, and lo transact such other bustrt« a, a* may come before the meet tug far consideration. 0. i. SELTYYN, Cashier. NOTICE. Th* Annual Marling of tbo Storkholdria of th* Allans Water Company far «h, purpo» of elect ing a Board of Trustees for Ihe oirulrig year, and to transact any other business which may prop crly come before It, will be held at the residence of K. A. While, on MONnAY, January 11.1881, at 7:30 o'clock p m. By order of the Boerd. ALEX. WILLMAN. Secretary. I. X. L. SALOON, BROADFORD, IDAHO, Willlinm Sowdeu, Proprietor. Baa,'* Ale and Quinn***'* Dublin Stout en band Three Unities t t |1. Heuntaay'i Brandy, Gennine Tolland Ota, sad Cyme Noble's Bourbon Whisky. None bat At WINES, LIQUORS, AkD CIGARS, •/"Give him e eell, elvlw ROOFING GUM-EL* BTIO HOOFING FELT or ate only 111.00 per IPO square fret. Make* a good r-of for | yen, and anyone r.n put li on. Sand stamp fur ] sample and full particular*. I Oru Elastic Hoonno Co.. 39 ft 41 Watt BnoanwAT, New Yooa. 99*4 LOCAL AGENT WANTED THI DOLLAR COLOUR m rse m wa *M wtu ami aa lace (or ton of *111*11 l|p*l la length will be inserted ta this column for on* dollar par week. orSftr cat* lb* drat insertion and twenty-five erataaaek ad ditional lnawti o n payable In advance.) RISING STAR LODGE, No. U. I. O. O. F„ hold* regular meeting* kvbbt Widsmdat Ivnnao, in Association Hall, at 7:80 o'clock. Visiting bretb *rn »r* cordially Invited to attend X A. FRIEDMAN. M G. D. W. Fioatm, Recording Secretary. HAILEY LODGE. No. 1. A. O. U. W.. meet* In Association Hall, the ran and man Mortal* In each montb, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m All Workmen In good standing are cordially invited to attend. 1 F. MOTHERWELL, M. W. . Oaaan*. Bacordor Ranch to Pent lor the Vinter. TPE MaCFARLANE RANCH. INCLUDING the honae, b.m, and outbmldm.a, I* offered lor rent for the win!*?. The p ace will be rented cheep, for the enenlng el* montha. Apply on the premia**, one mile north of Halley. $15.00 Reward. FOR THE UBTI RN OF A BAY WORK-HORSR to Fine Grove, branded ^ on left ahoulder. with white atar in face, white nnetrtle and left hind foot white; weight about 1000. The above reward will be alvrn to any one returning eeld hone to Crandal'e pasture at Pine Grove; or snv one giving Information aa to hia whereabout, will be aultably rvwaiden bv tending word to MIKE JOHNSON, Rocky Bar. Idaho. *tS Male Help Wanted. MCA SALARY, $40 EXPENSES IN ADVANCE. 9UU allowed each month, steady employment at home or traveling. No soliciting. Duties de livering and making collection*. No postal cards. Address with etamp, HAFEB k OU , Hqu*. Ohio. S CHOOL OF PRACTICAL CIVIL, MECHAN IC*!. Mluing Eng nearing. Surveying, Draughting, Architecture, Assuring end Naviga tion. iTOk Second Street, Portland. Or., and 723 Market St, San Franclacn, Cal. Eatabliahed 18*4. A. VagDsn Naili.kh, Prea. Send for circular. aulSvld G eneral agents selling the patent Adtuatable Shoe sre making from 78000 to SI.V00 per ye«r. Canvassers 14-00 tu $7.10 per day Exclusive territory given Address with 2-cent stamp. Uonsoud.tcd AuJCSTaBLB Snog Co.. Sa lem, alas*. Dipurc If you desire them no nee fooling nibutO away time on thlnge thst don't pay; but send ft.l 0 at once fur magnificent outfit of our Greet hew Stanley Bonk. If book end terms nut eatlsfnctory we refund yonr me> ey. No risk. No capital needed. Both ladles and gentlemen employe*!. Don't lose time In writing. "Step In while the waters are troubled " Deye are worth dollars, tddresa B. K. Johnson ft Co., 1*00 Main St.. Richmond Vs TTTIT ^WANTEL. I'iS a week and expense* rl P| I I | g»l'l. bteedy work. New Geode Samples free. J. F. HILL S Co. BEATTY'S PIANOS $L ui« every w) • re. Write for catalogue. Ex-Mayor Daniel ¥. Beatty, Waaliing* on. New Jersey. Honest Work! tM to Mu s week We health the capital! If yon mean bnsineaa, dr»p ua a card and grt Home facta that will open your eyi a I A legitimise line of go«da, nnd bon* at men wanted t< introduce them in town and coun try, Won't Wilt! Addreaa, at once, P.O. Box 619, Cincinnati, O. wti TO THE PUBLIC! Having opened a Fruit ail Coafectioaerj Store, Post Office Building, Main Street, I most respectfully solicit the patronage of the cltlaeue of Hailey and vlcl..ltv. Nothing but best goods the market affords will be carried, and prices will always be consistent with quality. Call and look me over before pnrchssing. HUGH CRAMER, THE FRUIT MAN. CALL AT THE (In Cempbell'e Building), Main Street, - Hailey, THE CRAZY MAN PBINCELY MIRRORS. .-. CLUB ROOMS, CIGAR STAND. ETC., ETC., And Sample Bis Cremorne Whisky. SENATE SALOON, (la the New Whit* Block.) Main Street, Hailey, Idaho, BR0XADGH 4 ViBREX, Proprietors. -None Bat The * — Best Vines. Utters aid Ciiars CLUB BOOMS STTACBED. KTOIve tu e celt. BnoNAur.ii A Warren. 1. B. LOT, C. J. SILWTN, First Mmal Bank OF HAILEY. CAPITAL 450,000 Tnuawt* • general banking bavin***. bu>a and sella drafta ou the principal cities of the United States Draws exchange on all par** of Europe. Advance* mada on ore*, gold and alive? bullion. Oar* fnl attention given to collection*, and re mittances made on day of payment. CALIFORNIA Restaurant Oyster House, Main Street, Hailkt, R. C. WEST, - - Proprietor. OPEN SEPTEMBER 7. 1890. Thl, t* a fit *t clan house, and th* proprietor respect fully requests * call, as ha la satisfied that any who call once will again. R. C. WEST. NEW RESTAURANT -AMD LODGING-HOUSE, Knaupp's Corner, Main Street, HAILEY. Riley Bonxewitz, Proprietor. This place having been thoroughly renovated and fitted up, will he conducted in first-cUss style. The BAR it stocked with the Choicest Wince, Liquor*, tod Cigars. oiiinl* RILEY BONNEWITZ. LEOFOLD CRAMER, rai AGENT, Hailey, * : Idaho. Office with W. n. Watt. WM. REMBER, GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. Horseshoeing a Specialty, Shop on old Wines lot, Bullion 8t., Between Mein St. end Tint Avt., Hailey, Idaho. PILLINER Old Photographer, On Bullion Street, (Old Gallery) - is sow Taxixo. it PER DOZEN $3 ■"f »'<!• h**im.l«.tiwf.i| ™. ( * Sum r.j»j awls. !'■*"• ***'. * »:*>—» .cl. IntM-tli, tvi.T l""t T'*' Nome ram over r Mill, lid a [■■■•..ik, V.» . ■*-. ib. - r.ik and live VESiEE *n»lMR from $| ta 41lar-» Wr »Ha«r yrv« how ••». I .1, .. rk In Iim# ima. 1*1Mti-net f,, r Wft rk M *L-«a* \Kn ■BalhtiA fa..»h»a*ei»^i'''.k'irakS vn.raa.HBla* J. J. TRACY, I! I* now receiving a Choice Block of FANCY tad STAPLE Th which the attention of th* Public 1* Invited, consisting of Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets, Albums Work Boxes, Baby Sets, Odor Cases ' Smokers' Sets, Traveling Cases, ' -ALSO CHINA AND GLASS WARE, ETC., ETC. A most Complete Block of DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES. Pure Goods and Price* ** Low a* th* Lowaet. Order* by mail receive care fnl tad prompt attmtion. Phial,**. Prescriptions filled Day or Night. Paints, Oils, and Window Olass, Wines, Liquors, Tobacoo, and Cigars. J. J. TRACY, Coe. Main and Cboy Sts., IIAILEY, IDAHO. J^BeantiM+Womfin SMILES SWEET- , LY at the thought ot her awn lovcli aeaa Eaaiy womai smile* sweetly who j uses Wisdom's Ro bert ine, far a give* to her a dear, truss parent, bcantilal ■kin. A beautiful complexion alone 1* often sufficient to nuke • woman beautiful. A woman who has a beautiful complexion should preserve It; the leas fortunate la in Should beautify k. Wisdom's Rober tine doe* Just what 1* claimed for It It not only preserve* end beau tifies the complexion, but repair* the damages done by the use ot the many dangerous com r in the market, by its tonic cfiect, re storing the akin to n natural, healthy action. jtead th e testimonial* from famous artistes, calm n r* t o rt " * ~ ^nhMiAidnoi&iBi phyridABA. J. J. TRACY, Agent. having purchased the HAILEY TRANSFER business, I am ready to attend to all work in that line. Also to Sell and Deliver MINING TIMBER," WEDGES, COAL and WOOD, — TO CLEAN ALLEYS AND STREETS, - end do wbetever odda Jobs there* a dollar In. LOUIS BOURGEOIS, Hailey, Idaho 2 DR. GOLZE 3 . Ofl. COLE AND STAFF OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGECKS Are the Ileal Doctors «n the Coast. They are not practicing IHK.T KNOW Ho W The* arc vrauiiHicH o! nil the rot-ngnl/ed school. »(ineulctue end me l.lceuacd by all Stale Boards of Health. They Cere All Chronic and Private Diseases. DON'T get <l!«courasrr<l If ynttr doctor can't '•lire you, THESE DOCTORS CAN. Several tiret '»'* doctor* Working together, certainly can ibl*:n I,-tier mult, than one. They have all 'he Inurnment* aud Latest Remedies In tb* world. these VENERABLE DOCTORS received 1 heir education *nd training In the beit ( ollege* md tlo-)>ital* of Europe aud America. More than a Quarter of a.Oetery of -•rttial exierience In Curing the worst form* ,*f l>i*cn>e. Consultation and examination free. Cor. Third and Aider, Portland, Ora. Wanttd. S75°° to S2S0 N * MONTH can be mad* 7 V wmpu —working for n*. Person. w ?° • borav and give their whole time ta the bu.inea*. Spar* moment* may ba profitably .mployed »!». k few vacaacla* In towja aud ctUe*. B.F. JOHNSON ft CO.. 3000 Main at. .Richmond, AGENTS wanted. ln*ui Salabt Pam. l g At home or to travel. TxaM rra , nn »* o. VICKERY, Ancnata. Maine. 1 _________ FHPIP! 5. t ENOO u A PHY and TYPEWRITING .. . . FREE. Ptrat-i-la*. facilitlc* and best of tcachcr. Addrtya. with stamp tor return posiag*. THE PlHlfiil M'FQ CO.. Psrtah, N. CITY MEAT MARKET, gj_ *«___ Hailey, In New Brick Building, (Opposite First National Bank,) Idaho CH ARLES BIRKIN, PROPRIETOR. Wholesale and Retail. CHARLES BIRKIN. 1 Cram Site BILLIARD ROOM, Upper Main Street, HAILEY, IDAHO. -3 The Finest Wines cn Hand. Pommery Sec. In Pint* and Quarts. Also. A SPECIALTY. Cigarg and Cigarettes English Ala and Porter, Ginger Ale, Etc. JOHN MURPHY, : Proprietor. Tbo Stages of this Company Hate Til Bod Trips —between— Bellevue and Carrying PB*seng«f»* Bsgg^B* and Light Frei»ht. THBT ALSO C0XXECT WITH AU» TXiB* AT HAILEY DEPOT. WYATT BROS** Telephone Ns. »• Porpr'** 01 *'