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THE KET6HÜM KEYSTONE
ImbdU Evory Wedneedaj mid Saturday -AT KSTCHUM, ALTURAS CO., IDAHO. •BO. J. LEWIS, - - - Editor SATURDAY, MAY 31, 18S4. Tb* Ballien C«emtrit«r. Tbo concentrator of the Bullion nine hi sow running ten hours a day, and will •eon be in operation both night and <Uy. It employ* five men to keep It running, and will «aally run through GO tone of ore In the ten hour». The first ehriw ore of the mine run* a« high a* 170 to 900 nance« »liver and GO to 70 per cent, lead. It !• only the low grade ore that goee through the oonccntrator, and alter It has lutem milled it is mixed with flrst etaw ore, and the average mum y of this when «hipped 1» 250 anil 2G0 ounces lu •liver ami 70 per cent, lead,—New*. Miner. Special Telegrams. In «peaking of tho "»jMwrtfd telegrams" in tho Woo«i River Times ••Observer," In th* Hailey New«-Miner, «ay»: "We found unon a close comparison that be had sheared the entire column from the Associated Pr«'ss dispatch«» of the Halt I,ako Tribune i»f the 27th lust., und oalmly printed it again. Any other n«w» pirate would have changed tho phraseology a little. It is tho d st piece of piracy ever perpetrated. Every ruauicr of the Halt Luke Tribune knows that it is *o. Will be play it again?" When a lecturer g««ea to Montana ha gives hi* lecture« a title embraced In a nineteen syllabi«! word, and this causes the people to think it is ft new kiml of tnixttd drink and they crowd the bulls to their utm«»»t capacity.- Biatnurok Trib une, LOCAL ITEMS. Hotel Arrivals. PAUxcn. C. Conroy, N R, Rcniby, Butte; J. W. Hum. McCoy, Lend villa; Nick. Wis.; O, H. <lr««>n • wood, Vienna: H. K DickliiHnu, lud; I». Grant; J. MoRuy, Ktune; C. C Putney, Halley; Joe Lighthurne, Salt Lake city; H. B. Truc, Parker, H. J. Hcott, Halley; Hell Bros,, Butte; iv H. Blooiuingdalc, Nev ; F. Louis; J . Aim ion. ,B>e Helft, Hobt. Craig, Hon Francisco; J Isuigbliu, J. Dcltmy, Bodie; Jos. Good m«u; 1). C. Adams, Suit Luke, C. Hunt man and wife. Bellevue; H. 1'ietow, It Eanlo; I*. Hutistu; Prunk Citcrnu, Vi dim»; J, Harrington, BulHati; Brown, Halley; It F. Francisco; A. Morri:'. i Oieson. W le?; H. Hell*my U«'i>us BAXlF.hV Thao, Borough, Suit Lnkn city; T, II. Bhaw, Vienna; J. V Minimi, Suit lake; 8. Wcln t«*rger, Gunn Lou , B c. Miller, Frisco; L. Fell«, Knwtoott ton ; J V, Dow, Ketchum. Gardner Ad ams, Sawtooth: T. Burn*; Mrs. 11, Fra ser, city; It. A. MuVhee, Shoshone; J. E. Thompson, Bellevue; 11. Wnrlngton, Ogdon, K. Laurence, Htdt Lake; U. If, Davidson, lluroka; J M, niosh-in tCnril, Bait Lake; J, T. kina, Park city; V. Mo< uinskee. Park city; A. M. I Indie; (1. W, Rasp, horser C. K. Perry, Halt Lake; Samuel Coltuan, Cœur d'Alette mines; James îtfergnni. Eagle eit\; J. W, McAllister, Raw tooth; David Boyd, Col.; Edward Uatiieb*, Katinas eitv. U'irv, Hulfivati, Oskoslr, Durian, II. F. West. Kt. bullion, Mu M 11, Crawford, Han W. I) Veuimii, New York; Weston, Hut W. 11. Dnvihi m, lav lor. Kcl Dili Hop •'V i » Bay A. O. I'. W. Maj. W. A. Menaeh h»a retnrnt*d frein hi* in Iasi on to Zulu tu ix'iudf of Ketch um Lotlgc No. 8 A, O. C. W., and, we «re phwstsl to »unuuuce, with praisewm-tby bun are; iH-nring th« title of Grand Watchman Grand Lim lg*.-, Nevada Juris diction. Thu Mnj. Is said to have sic »t«itu*d himself admirably as a spokea iiiasi in several |8«MaMton speeches before the oouveutiou of A. O. C. W. d*leg«t«s and It wus through his match 1««* onlerpri«* that the Grand Master was presented n beautiful gold headed cone. Rolavrt McCulloch, attoruey at law of Mslief, paid Ketchuma rnsit to-duy and expressed hi« siq.prise that the town had grown an alnuu Inst fall. "Why" su id he, " Your town ha« Improved one liunulml [s-r is ut *!nee my lost visit; »ud no railroads, n«> oourt house, noth ing but the nutufui merits of the plue«!." W« were pleased to « ru'cniuter such trank ness from h iislteyite. Mr. Me «'ulioch pruetiees chiefly iu land office i-usin«*«. Gold ring«, locki-t», ehurnis, sleeve buttons, ear rings, tint* pins, watch eh»rtn«, utH'k chain», hraelets, tine gt>UI nmt stiver Wh teile«, diaruoltd rings, di« mund ear ring», diamond pins, diamond brooch»», and everything you want in the fine jewelry Hue at J If. Uviff'». ut the Lewis drug store. Silver wntehes » tipocHÜty: »old utt.'hn ngi*price* .aid win runted to give sntietaction. ;■ 1«M f "ur, THE CŒUR D'ALENES. Report««! Rich Strike« and Great Excitement. The Belknap Sun of May 23d, con tain« the following spécial« from Eagle city under date of tbo 20th and 23d iust: There 1« great excitement bore over the old river channel, on top of the mountain« where tbo Dream and other gtilclx?« head, discovered In digging a ditch for the Dream Gulch. Tito dirt taken down from there panned ont S3 to the pan. Then eight pou» gave a yield of $9. Platt Burr located a fraction of a claim The mines worn first To , i for the gravel on tllO mountain top runs ! vi and got $1 to the pan. For five mile» from 50 cent» as high as $4 to the pan. The flr*t claim ou Buckskin Gulch cleaned up »lx ounce« last night for five mens work of a day, A new quartz discovery, one-half mile from Engle city, is rivaling the fa mous Reeder quartz. The rock 1» equal ly held together by gold. The entire population is wild with excitement over those discoveries. The proprietors of the Coeur d'Alene Ragle have purchased the of flea of the Coeur d'Alene Nugget, and the two pa. pers hereafter will be issued as one. Tlta Plouoer offico has been moved to Murray ville, from which place it will bo Issued in tbo furturo. This gives room for both papers to exist decently, and they will be uble to do better work. A miner's meeting has been bold, new laws drafted, and a report will be made to tho meeting on June 3d. There is a grand stampede in progress to the Engle creek old channel. Niue pans of gravel taken from there « ieded $22 in dust. The Widow claim cleaned up #1,100 on Monday. There is more work being done now I than ever before, and tho outlook Is most encouritglng ail along the line. A new strike of rich quartz is reported to have been made on the fork of Eagle creek. The hills nru alive with prospectors. Uo«(l for the Boys. An exchange very truthfully and sen sibly say»; *'Tho boy who »pends his evening in reading newspapers, tbo lo cal new« «if bi» own country and the general news of the day, will certainly make a better boy than the one who | spends Ids evenings on the street, or; loallrig at places where the town gossip ; I« dialled up In the most ob&ceuu and j vulgar manner." Crazy Patchwork. Having a largo assortment of remnants and pieuoH of handsome brocade »ilk», j sutiiis «nd velvets, wo arc putting them up in assorted bundles und furnishing j them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cushions, j Mats, Tillies, Ac., Ac. Pack auk No. 1— I« a handsome bundle of exquisite silks, i satins and brocade velvets (.all differ- | cut). Just tip. thing for tbo most I MUCKHR PATTERN OF FANCY WOUK. Bout post [mill for 50 cents in postal note or 1 -cent stumps, Package No. 2—Con- , mining three times as much ns package ; No. 1. Kent postpaid for $1.00. These ; .tle all of the ' I ItV FINKST qUAt.llY noil ; cannot Lot equalled ut any «>tlior ».ilk | work* it» the U. H. at three timer ouk PRICKS. They will please any lady. One order livings adozen more, Ladikh Manuau of Fancy Work, with 400 illus tmtlous and full Instructions for artistic fancy work, handsomely bound, post- | paid, 80 eta. OiuiKitHOw. Address Tiu: ] hocur.HTKR Bibit Co., Rochester, N. Y. I iuyl4-8t L. D. Newman, Feed, Sale and Liver* Stadia. Fourth Street, Opposite J. Ô Swift A Co., KETCHUM, : IDAHO j ; I 1 ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT, j : Ketchum, Idaho, RICHARD WEST, Proprietor. | Having fitted up th» nbiiv« uamed Rivs tfturant, I hui prepared to feed the hungry sud weary on rtmaounUe term* with the best the mar ket it fiords. i I j ! ' Open Day and Night. ! Thankful for the punt patronage I hope i hi merit a eontininuut* of the some. Pu) Meals at nil hours. RICHARD WEST, Propriekor i ' • : I | j i j j ' Tuylor & Hasliupi, ÂSSAYERS UB SURVEYORS, JOHN B. HASTINGS, nrpery miZ'l VPrjV., G A. DeCATUR, Contractor s Builder, Xttchnm, : : ; : Idaho. «T«' Headquarter» at the Hon Ton Rmtaarant. CMyl7-tf. Notice of Forfeiture. To J. M. I,A«o*DORF: You are hereby notified that we have ex pended the sum of Six Hundred Dollar* fn la bor and Improvement« on the Wire Silver and Comstock lotie mining claim», »ttuate in Saw tooth Mining Dl at riet, Altura* Co, Idaho Terri tory, being the amount required to hold them for the year* ihki, iss'i and iff«w, and that utile»* your proportion of »aid expenditure due from yon, J. M. I,atiK»dorf, it being |75 (or one eighth) lemi t'js—amount paid by yon, be paid within ho day» after the publication of thin no tice your ill *aid claim» will In-come the prop erty of th* Hubseriber»' under Section 3*24, Sé vi »cd Statute» of the United State*. KETCHUM Joseph Bkiuiii«, I, oui» HaMAoH. May 5M, 1H84. P. B. Higgin, General Joli Wagon. Always In Rodinexi to do General Job Haul log to any Extent and to »11 Parts in the Vicin ity, Headquarter* at Barry'» Shoe Store. » «'Orrter* Promptly Pilled, »nd Satisfaction Guaranteed in Work and Price*. [MyW-tf. J. L. RIVER, Pioneer Blacksmith of IDAHO. I am now prepared to do all kind* of Blacksmittilng, Wagon Making and Repairing. pplyot HARDWOOD— —AIho a full —LUMBER Much as will be In— —demand for general uho.— —KeiiaJrintf done from a— — Buggy up to the— —largest wa^on— —now in use— Constantly on lmnd a full supply of Miners Tools. Fire Insurance. GEO. M. SNOW, , r , K-GtCilUlTl, Idaho, —Rept-ttMents— The Fireman's Fund Ins. Go., OF CALIFORNIA. Aaset», Income, and Uo»» Payment«, Of Any Company Organised yy.»- nr air-«/ vnni/ CTiVT WEST OF NEW YORK STÄTE. THE LARGEST ASSETS, GOLD, 11,473, «15.7«. Apll-tf] Dunn & French, (SUCCESSORS TO N. MADISON,) BLACKSMITHS, LOWER MAIN STREET, Aro Prepared for All Kind* of Blaekamithing, Wagon Worte, Repairing, Etc. HORSE SHOEING A Specialty. ».T Particular Attention to Miners' Work. N. MADISON, Wagon Maker and Wood Worker, Who Ou a nui teen Satisfaction in All Kind« of Wood Work, IU'i'aivimî, Etc. lAprlötf NO. 3142. Report of Ute Condition Of The Ftr*t National Rank, at Ketohura, iu tho Territory of Idaho, at the alose of buBiuess. April nth, ISH4. RkSOURCES. Loanft »nd discounts, U. É. Bond« t Doe from oilier National Bank.*« Dut* from State Bank* and hanker*,.. 1 o,h«o 13 Heal estate, furniture ami fixture*,... 1,404 73 11 4ft .. L7W 87 .. 7,Ui*0 00 $ 5Q rj,5«xj on 5.000 Ot) ware otnmimuon, Current ext enses and taxe« paid,. Promt» paid».. ! Milt-* of other l»nk*, Fraotii nal par*'rcurrency, nickels and iKUinit», .. 01 Hprt-lil, st' so ; i Le*»i lander note*, ■ Total, .. ISO.IUU oo I.liUIU lIXB. Capital »trrk paid 1», . bulividnal deposits «uhjeet to cheek, Total,. fcftO.OOO lb) i 100 01 » ! .t6h, 100,000 ' Territorv of Idaho, Couuty of Altura*, ss: 1. t«aao Ï. I.ewl«, ITewident of theahove-named bank, do Küeimnlv »wear that the above state ment is true to iiie bent of my knowledge and belief, Isaac I. I.RWis, President. Subscribed and aworn to l-efor,* me this, 6ih day of May, Ism. Geokwu P. HonaoN. Notary Puldic. I'OKHKi T—Attest : Gun W. OniFïTO, I Til ,'U« T IVEJI Di retsr*. IT BEATS THE WORLD! WE SELL SHTJTLER WAGONS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST. WE DO THE BUSINESS BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP. WE SELL HARDWARE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES. CALL IN AND SEE US AND EXAMINE OI K In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE ? H AILEY. COFFIN BROS. 11 IRE 1 I PHARMACISTS Dealors in Fine Drug», Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ac. A Complete Stock on Haw* of English and French Brushes, Soaps, Essence* and Pharmaceutical Preparation*. Kecherclie and Suitable to the Most FastifJiou* taste. Imported and Domestic Cigars, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—ami in every way I*epl«-tc with such Articles as are Usually found in a First-Class Drug Store. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. I. I Lewis & Son, Two Doors N. of Pinkham & Lewis. [Myl7-tl WELLET YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National Bank, IDAHO. KETCHUM, THE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Completed and thrown Open to the Public,Combines Every Feature of a FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. FINK SYSTEM UK WATHB WO«». BKADIKQ ROOMS, TWENTT-KIVE NEW ROOMS, GOOD BEDS anil FURNITURE THROUGHOUT. OOMyOKTABI.K PARLORS, Location Central »nil Convenient to Busineas House«, Postofflce, Bank*. Ac. GO TO THF BAXTER HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, KETCHUM, IDAHO. MAIN STREET, L. K. RUSSELL &. CO., Proprietors A First-Class House in Every Respect. TWERn-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS. 13 73 4ft 87 00 5Q on Ot) Dining Boom is Hun on the European Flan by the Old Bailable STEVEN H. COODBAN. MEALS AT -ALL HOCHS OF THE DAY OH NIGHT. ORDEH WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY. NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. 01 so ; STEWARD BROS., oo Have just added to their stock of stationery and Fancy Goods a complete stock of lb) i 01 » ! IDIRjTTG-S JlJsTTD IsÆttJDXCTJSrttS, TOII JiT SOAPS, HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIT, BRUSHES, PERFUMES, COSMF.THjl'EK, TOI I.h i waters, face powders, powder boxes, *c., &c. l*r« «.<ription* Carefully Compounded, Also, Dealers in WALT, PAPER, CHIMNEYS, GLASSWARE, MAJOLICA WAP.K, MIRRORS, PIPES, TOFACl O CIGARS; IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO HE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS VARIETY STORK, INCLUDING the Beat Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood Hiver. \ r V> 7' 6ih Ro w«y -'c* rN'T'^rr-rr' !