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THE KETGHUM KEYSTONE!
-- 18 - i Issued Every Wednesday and Saturday 1 " KETCHUM, ALTERAS CO ican by IDAHO. j ; ate ' a GEO. J. LEWIS, - Editor WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1883. Land one mile from Miles City | you. «ells for 850 per acre.—Journal. ; Land ti.e same distance from Boze- | man sells at 8100 per acre and up wards.—Courier. And land within I ! fair a mile of Helena sells at from 8300 | to 81,000 per acre.—Helena Inde pendent. Land within a mile of Ogden sells at from 82,000 to $0.000 per acre.—Ogden Pilot. And land within a mile of Ketch urn can't be got for love nor money. When it citizen lails to keep pace with the country's industry, he is persuaded out of his possessions by the muzzle of a shot-gun, the only price. Send us the cake. Captain End's Ship Canal. a of or Many will, perhaps, be surprised to learn that Captain Eads' much talked of ship railway across the Isthmus of Tehauntepec has been Captain Eads, having «•hanged the views formerly held regarding the project, has ample grants from the government to permit the prosecu tion of the work, and ground was l.rokon at the Atlantic term!»» of I . j the railway, in the latter part ot j Mav, some. 150 miles south-east lte-,un. secured Mexican I j j of along the Mexican coast from Vera i t'ruz. almost directly south ot Hal- j and a little south of west of j veston Now Orleans.—Iron Age. ! ! j Idaho's Output ef Precious Metals. We are under obligations to Hon. H. ! Burchard, director of the mint. for.a copv of his report of the production of | 1 gold and silver in the United States for j the year 1882. It is a valuable book as i a reference, showing as it does the yield of gold and silver in every state and I territory. We find bv this report that I the different counties of Idaho have I produced iu gold and silver $3,500,00«, ! as follows: : Htnras ? 945.000 Boise.... ...-. 310.000 i'assia . 25.000 J <h* s i ter . ^'mo'ooo I J'l'l!!!':... ■ ; ; ; ' ' * ' ; 210'000 j N'ez Perce. ... 5,000 | Oneida . 35.000 Owvliee. 50,000 ! | John Elliott sent a sample of the I Kingston ledge ore, at Sheep Moun- 1 -, r t 4 -.„ I tain, to .'■»alt Lake citv tor assav. • .'. Me\ iek er treated the ou\ and hi> j certifieato shows it to he worth $1 13.11 in silver and $4.22 gold, Elliott & Rhodes own three or tour aud be cer- j Mountain, all locations at Sheep ot which give promise of wealth, j expended considerable 1 Jack has money in prospecting, tainlv deserves recompense.— Dem I oerat. New Books Received. I - ] Copp's U. S. Salary List and Civil I Service Rules. Our many readers will ! the solid information con- i welcome tained in the 160 pages of this recently It is prepared by Henry j N. Copy, a lawyer of Washington, D. . C. All the government salaries are issued book. given from President Arthur's $50,000 ; OTfieials of ; Treasury. Interior. War and Navy -wHtl loters the Departments, Custom Houses, postoffi- j •*es, and fully 20,000 federal offices ar- ' ranged by States and Territories. Spin.* linen examination questions for admit- } tu neo to the Civil Service throughout j the country arc. added. The price of; the book is only 35 cents. Every young man aud woman w ho decided u] aecds this publication, cent offers lucrative govern and honorable icnt. Every citizen who ex. s Senator or Representative to iverumeut position, by ! manuel eau n a calling in life The ID •t or decline the decide poi iso whether It tmy ^ ig fut oSioe ■ in tes from <J wrong infor tbn h Un Should tic* Democratic party next l'reddeutiHl election, lUHtion. • -arry the every Democrat in the want this book without a doubt. couutrr would New is the time to buy coal oil cheap ; 275 eases just received at T. 11. Brews'. Hailey, I lalio. j How to Foretell the Weather. A. J. DeVrxi, of Hackenshck, N. J., send» to the Farmer'* Club of the Amer " ican Institute the following nine rnles, by which it is said, any person in the northern hemisphere, nortli of fifteen degree« of latitude, can form an accur ate opinion of the wind and weather for a hundred mile* around him : I When the temperature fall* sud denly there i» a storm forming south of | you. ; 2 When the temperature rises sud | denly there is a storm forming north of you. I Wind always blows from the region of ! fair weather toward a region where a | storm is forming. 4 Cirrus clouds always more from a region where a storm is in progress, toward a region of fair weather. 5 Cumulons clouds always move to ward a country where a storm is form ing. 6 When cirrus clouds are moving at a rapid pace from the nortli or northwest there will be a cold rain storm on the morrow. If it be winter it will be a snow. storin. 7 The wind blows in a circle around a storm, and when it blows from the north the heaviest rain is cast of you; from the south the heaviest rain is west; from the east the heaviest rain is south; from the west the heaviest rain is north of you. 8 The wind never blows unless rain or snow is falling within a thousand miles of yon. 9 Whenever a heavy white frost oc curs a storm is forming within a thou sand miles north or northwest of you. I jyWw . j that a single hair now enables the an j tbropologiat to judge iii what division I Speaking of the distinctive charac j tcristics of the races of man a higher j of the human sjmeies he will class its i owner. There is no mistaking a Chi j uese for a European, or éither for an The cross section of this sin j African. gle hair, examined microscopically by method, shows circular, or ! l'runer's ! oval, or reiu form; its follicle curvature j may be estimated by the average diam ! eter of the curls, as proposed by Me*. ley; its coloring matter may be esti | mated S » rb y' s method ' Tü ** ha * s 1 been a systematic classification of man published by Dr. W. Muller, of the Xo Expeditiou, which is primarily ar j i I ran 8 e< ^ according to li.br i.i stmig t I haired raeea, curly-haired races, etc., I "^th a secondary division according to ! hmgunge. though we cannot regard : such a system as good, the wonder is that it should answer so well as it does; indeed, nothing could prove more dis J tinetly how real race distinctions are, I than that a single bodily character j Should form a basis for rationally map | ping out the divisions of mankind. ' vara ' Borne one has been drawing cariea tnres of skeletons and coffin*' with chalk on the doors of Washington. Ga., negro houses, causing a general fright. ooor negroes have an idea that it is* - , , , , , sign that their bodies nre to betaken mjt of their graves and cut up by medi students. The scare is so general that recently when after attending to The prayer meeting they were afraid to go home when the meeting was over. Well, a picture of that kind isn't the nicest thing to find on one's door. Neither is it pleasant to find your fattest hens j gone when you go out to feed them of the morning. The triek may be em ployed to counteract the spontaneous evaporation of chickens. j 1 I I The Boise Citv Board of Trade have ] issued a circular which they have I caused to be spread throughout the ! territory, enumerating many misrepre i sontntions made by Robert E. Strahoru relative to the territory and the town of j Caldwell. They handle the gentleman . without gloves, and show that Caldwell not possess all the advantages ; claimed by the Idaho Land Improve ; ment Company. Iudeed, Mr. Strahoru baa been indicted bv the Boise Board of does j Trade for wilfully misrepresenting facts. ' and f oiu the evidence adduced by the Boar I of Trade, Mr. Strahoru is liable } to stand convicted before the public, j j unless he can put in a stopper in the way of rebuttal.—Avalanche. Many people have wc.nderod why burglars will burglarize the same ; house twice or three times, when , there are other houses near by that arc liable to contain more plunder. The fact is explained. Whenever a burglar is -om mi tied the reporter who writes up the affair win. his article by saving, "The burg.ars overlooked a package containing a t liousand dollars in up i \Y hen ash. burglars sec that, they kick them selves and go hack to look for the thousand dollars. lïoporters losponsihlc tor much cussed ness. are j Deck's Sun. i JAMES MOORE & CO., Sortnuor« to I. I. LEW IS it SOM Carry a complete .took of Drugs, Medicines, LIQUORS, CIGARS, I Flints, Oils and Chemicals. Two ! The Finest Dru* Store on Wood Hirer. Doors above Finkham it Lewis' WILLET YOUNG, SeptiK-tr Prescription CleTk. : ■ They Keep the Best of Livery lugs LIVELY Feed & Sale Stable » Lower Main Street, IDAHO KETCHUM, Mitchell & Stinton. Saddle Horses, Teams and Carriages. A Hack Runs Between Ketchum aud the Guyer Hot Springs Every Two Honrs. HAY ANB GRAIN FOR SALE. * s Gold or Silver. Call on J. B. Reiff if yo i want a Gold or Silver Watch. He is selling them at very low prices. Mam Street, - - - Hailey, E. A, WHITE, Wholesale and Retail —Dealer in— Furniture Éooiif' Consisting ef PARLOR SETS. CHAMBER SETS. PATENT ROCKER EASY CHAIRS. IX VII, IDE ! CHAIRS. CHILD'S HIGH CHAIKS.gEM FOLDING CHAIRS. SCREW OF FICE CHAIR. PATENT CRIBS. PATENT FOLDING BEDS. LAWN CHAIRS. WASH VALES' STANDS foldingchairs STAND ROBES. WHATN FANCY CABINET WARE, OIL PAINTINGS, CHROMOS. WINDOW SHADES. W OY] WIRE, MATT BASSES. FLOWER ST ANDS. SPRING SLAT BEDS. WOVEN WIRE COTS, LOOKING GLASSES. FOLDING COTS. COAT RACKS. Ac.. Arc., And. in fact, be«l assortment in Idaho —Also, a FULL LINE OF Burial Caskets aud Coins Orders premia It j »nt- I Colt an-l see my j E A. WHITE. With Trim mines Complete. attended to and lends forwarded to the side towns on Wood River, dock. Sort, it-tf. T.E.GLÖHEGY&GÖ. BANKERS, KETCHUM, IDAHO. Transact a general banking business iu all its branches Buy and sell Exghunge on the lentlmg cities of the United States. Setl Exchange on the principal cities of Great Britain. Ireland. Switzerland. France. Belgium. Holland. Norway. Sweden. Denmark, Italy. Russia, Ger many and Austria. Collections made with prompt returns at lowest rates. iAcates of uepa payable issi on demand. Accounts solicited. COKKESPvISnKSTS ; . . W eils, F irço ,t C* San Fkancisco._ Salt Lake. . r.o. New York,. fi-1-aö. ..First Nation*! Bank ... ,, » ... j ."*u*. r*ifo«Ao. . i CM! i 5 DEALERS IX Sloven, Tinware. Hardware. Miners' Tools. Table and Pocket Cutlery, (iun% Pistols, Ammuni tion, Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods. O Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Smokers' Articles. We »»rll Cigar* by the Bo* o* Clo*« Mareit«. *n>l hare both imported aa»i Dotaertie _x on hau<l Superior to anythin!.' in thi* market forth« money. Tin and Sheet Iron Work to Order. IRON and STEEL. ~o DOORS, SASH and BLINDS. -O— We aim to give satisfaction JLPOrders by Mail will receive prompt attention. Ketchum, Idaho. Gillette & Evans, : THE MITER HOTEL! Ketchum, Idaho. Main Street, PAUL P. BAITER. Proprietor. ! This is the largest, and in fact The Only First Class and Complete Hotel in Ketchum. I ROOMS COMPLETE AND COMMODIOUS TABLES NEAT AND WELL SUPPLIED. I A. Veranda Extends the Entire Length oi the Hotel, with Shade Trees in Front. Every Convenience. Including well Regulated water works, in connection, j It is Located in the Centre of the Citv next door to Stage Office, and is thus especially convenient for business men. fe.'Free Bath Rooms Attached to the House. THE REGULATOR. Ketchum, Idaho. Main Street. Vf. D. HATHAWAY A CO., Proprietors. Imported WINES, ! LIQUOHS and CIGARS. Fine Cigars a Specialty. A tine Billiard and Pool table lor the amusement of patrons. \V. D. II at a V, ay A Co.. Proprietors. Palace Hotel. Ketchum, Idaho. Mrs. -V. HIMES, Proprietress. A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IX EVERY RESPECT. TWENTY-ME ROOMS FURRISMCO TKRGlitKOUT WITH SFRiRG SECS. Main Street ■ j I j Dining Room is run on the European Plan bv the Old Reliable HODGMAN & BURTON. Meals at all hours of the Day or Night. Order what vou want and pay accordingly. terXo Chinese EinployedcVd vT. IB. BEIFF, .1 E \V ELER . WA T (Y U AK Eli und DIAMONDS, EMET ALBS, RUBIES. and ah. ri» _ rs *>r SÂPPüru RkIo Stcs«r. —AXD DKAÏ IN — îOLOÂnj SILVER WATCHES. W'TGHIS A.i3 ALL l\m 0? JEWELRY R"A! 3 -a Sain Street, : : ketch am, Idaho " ph,r »'**»**•( j These (cod*, we se . tiancr and I.aMr« v» re» ,ea.. »o.i rte M>>rc*.;«ss fur «vvj i.n, eur-aju»;*, .v ,i b,»«;; yd i 4««#*, axcul **t p.Ai pf » cxa.lar mm than or* la the marhM. .1 f w etry ch we ?!:» *c:-.-r« eic'rsi-efs » c : rtate » «rec all, . R.'; The D:*nicrUc *re eui*t in Rr* Hi x .