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IETCHDM DAILY KEYSTONE.
A F.ntered at the Postoffice-at Ketch um. 1. T. as second dass mutter. Post 0!?tre Ilonn. The Ketchum Postofiloe is open from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. every day. No Money « inter or Registry business on Sundays, ■ r week days after 4 p. m. TOWN TIDINGS. "'Our livery stables do a good busi ness. Judge's "Orange Blossom" < I gar takes the works. Hacks run to the Springs as often as live or six times daily. Fine bologna si.usages just received at Schwartz's. Try it. Verdant surroundings at Ottouhei mer & Hampseto's. Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a «quere meal. Horse-back riding is getting quite fashionable again, both for gents and ladies. A first-class store to rent. Apply to R. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf The balance of the large grading out fit for the Trail creek road went out . yesterday. Boone & Spear are busily engaged preparing timbers for the Ontario con centrator building. Leave your orders with ■James Bro's for hamburg steak. mlOtf The pioneer blacksmith shop, J. L. Rivers, proprietor, is running in full Blast aud evidently does a rushing busi ness. : in ju20-2t Jnl7tf I. I. Lewis A- Son, druggists, have just Call received a fine lot of fishing tackle, and see it. MayStf The graders on tho railroad to Keteh nm are hard at work, additional of animals and implements arrived Thursday. Twenty car loads Dress making and plain sewing by S. A. Maison. Lead ville and Ju4-30dpd Mrs. Seventh streets. The celebrated Paul Morphy import the market and ed cigar is the finest in is sure to win. For sale at Judge's. ju!8tf Chus. S. Kingsley, the popular Boise photographer, who has been in Belle vue ing and will remain one week, the time to get a likeness of your beau tiful self. Go to the popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river aud get a square meal. two weeks, arrived here last even Now is Julltf Cashier Greenwood, of the Vienna Mining <fc Milling Co., came down yes terday and reports roads all open to Vi enna and in good condition. There is longer necessity for any drawback in IlO freighting. Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe Boggs. myl4tf Mr. J. K. Watson, of Broadford, called at the Keystone office yesterday in be half of the Broadford Miners' Union ball, to be given in Bellevue on the evening of the Fourth, and presented us with comps. Fine assortment of Rastern sash, doors, weights and pulleys, mouldings blaok walnut countertops, wainscotting, flooring, etc., just received at Pinkham tf & Lewis's. Judge Hodsou was arraigned before the Grand Jury yesterday to report on Ketchum flues, and censured for not do ing a Letter business for tno county. From a knowledge of the financial stand ing of such victims as are conspicuous patrons of our jail one can readily ans wer, as ble to squeeze blood out of a turnip. He has been in the unavoidable practice of turning broken tramps loose without fines when it is impossible to got them, and cannot be blaimed for such a the Judge did, that it is impossi course. Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester day and erected a fine monument at the grave of Jas. Coppock. will be in Ketchum next week taking orders for tombstone work. Jnl7-tf Mr. Roberts More water again last night than nec on Third street, caused by some •ssary careless maneuver in the east part of This matter of flooding the town. streets is getting old and as often as it 'happens Judge Lewis gets tiie blame. Parties using water from the Trail creek ditch should be as careful to put it back as they are to take it and not lot it run all over town. Tho ring organ was of the opinion last winter that Ketch urn wus au open field for a good newspaper but now it publishes the statement of Mr. Cleve land, ex-proprietor of the Bodie Free Press, who it acknowledges to be a thoroughly practical newspaper man, henco a good judge, to the effect that there is no room here for another pa Quite a condescension for the or off" as usual when per. gan. The organ is it states that Mr. Cleveland made us au offer to purchase. He not even hinted euch a thing. THE SEW ISHEPENDEHCE. A Foot of Solid Bine Carbonates Struek 800 Feet from tho Original Discov ery. The Keystone mentioned on Wednes day morning that a tine discovery had been made by disinteresteu persons on the Independence ground, belonging to David Teaehnor ond located just below the Pride of Idaho on the East Fork, of Wood River. Last evening Mr. Teaoh nor himself came to town with the good news that he lmd u fine ore body of blue carbonates, a solid veto fully a foot in width, and the writer was shown an as side and cide 1 the say certificate from J. J. Taylor giving the valuo of ore at from 50 to 05 ozs. silver per ton. It rus about 70 per cent. in lead. The new strike whs made two weeks since on Independence ground, ver 800 feet from the original discovery, and within 25 feet of the side line. The dis- I l»r coverers at first supposing it to be on | at open land, were very jubilant, but upon the production of Mr. Teachnor's loca tion papers, which read, "1500 feet east and west," instead of "in the course of the ledge," they acknowledged his right and made no further claim. These par ties were permitted to strip the ledge with a view to following over the Inde pendence side line, but soon discovered that it pitched further into the Inde pendence location and gave up the work. In two hour# work Thursday, Mr. Teaeh nor took twelve sacks from the vein and for to left it uncovered about six feet by four feet deep, looking fine. This ore is low grade, but will net the owner $40 per ton. It exists in sufficient quanti ties to be very profitable. DISTRICT COURT. Ordered, that J. B. Rosborugh, a member of the bar of this court, be and is hereby appointed to perform, for the j time being, the duties of the District i Attorney, in respect to the matter men tionedin the special report of the Grand Tenth Day's Proceedings—Thursday, June 19. Jury-. The People vs. John Murphy. In dictment for burglary. Verdict of guil ty, but recommended to the murcy of the court. a a The Grand Jury reported two true bills of indictment. The People vs. George Byles. As sault to commit murder. Prickett, as counsel for prisoner, moved that he be admitted to bail. Motion denied. Walter P. Penney ordered admitted to practice as an attorney and counselor of this court upon complying with the statute and taking the oath required by law. Ex-Judge is The People vs. Henry Morton, James H. Fletcher and James Latissure. On trial. is in Territorial News. us Idaho World. A small custom mill, say ten stamps, could be kept busy in Banner district. Sheriff Gorman has appointed James Irwin deputy sheriff of Banner, at the request of a number of citizens of that place. Good appointment. News of heavy rains, water spouts and cloudbursts came from all over the coast, and more rain has fallen here this spring and summer than during any previous spring and summer since the settlement of the Basin, aud the end is not yet. on He of a The Tilden and Hendricks, and Blaine and Logan ledges, located by James Ir win, William Austin and Wm. Irwin are near the Banner mine; the former about 200 feet West of the mouth of the Ban ner tunnel, and 800 or 1,000 feet from the north side of the Banner. The mountains of this country cannot be surpassed, in beauty, by any other section of the globe, and we say it with out exaggeration—not from personal knowledge, for we have seen veiy little of this mundane orbit out side of South ern Idaho—but on the enthusiastically expressed opinions of those who have traveled far and wide, and who "know what they are talking about." mountains are more verdant this season than ever before, and are beautiful to look upon. The dark green of the dense forests of majestic pines, and the lighter shades of the smaller vegetation, of great variety, touch up the natural beau ty of the grand old mountains of Boise county with a fine effect, hightened by the profuse sprinkling of wild flowers of many varieties and many shades of many colors. the The of the it put lot The Bighorn. it a that pa or A foot of galena was. strnck in the Bighorn prospect on Trail creek yes terday anil four miuers put to work up on it. A supply of provisions and tools were sent up by Goodban and Eustis, the owners, who intend to work the claim for what it is worth. The ledge is six foot in width and shows up well. Mr. Goodban brought several fine chuncks of ore down with him last eve ning aud is very jubilent over the new find. au ed nt FOUND llEAl). Hilbert Butler, the Well Known Photo, grapher of Hailey Supposed to Have Committed Suicide. Mr. Gilbert Butler, the popular school teacher and photographer of Wood Eiv . .. ... ' found dead about two miles this j side of Bellevue yesterday at 8 a. m., i and is supposed to have committed sni cide His bodv was taken to Hailev hv I 1 ' U ' V M unten to nauey Dy I the Coroner, when a jury was sum- i , ' . ; rnoned and inquest held last evening. uwing to the lateness of the hour we re the result, but it is j were unable probable from obvious reasons that de- 1 censed met his death by suicide, Hniley, who will have the sympathies of j many friends in Boise, Idaho city, Sil- | ver city and elsewItem in Idaho, in | which places Mr. Butler has been popu- j I l»r as a school teacher and photographer i | at different times. He came to Wood I River one year ago. since when he has been favorably known both in Hailey and Bellevue. He was a leader in the j Hailey eomet band. He letiv h wife and two children in j of Much Better. It is regarded as rather unfortunate for this country that the railroad com pany should have given the contract for grading the extension to Ketchum to outside contractors, who briDg in labor ers, teams and supplies., etc., with which to prosecute the work. Could some is contractors here have been given the contract, the money paid for labor and teams would in a measure have gone to ward developing the mines, which would have created transportation for the road itself, as well as helped develop the country. The dependent for support upon the prosperity of the re gion through which it runs. It is sus tained by the contiguous country, and a an Y move on their part that tends to throw money, which they must expend the j anyway for c■instruction, into the coun i try upon which they are dependent, must soon lie returned to them in the wa Y of ever increasing transportation.— News-Miner. In of The weather yesterday induced some i citizens to call to mirnl the exhortation j of the old fellow who prayed in time of a great drouth: "O Lord the earth is parched and the members of Thy flock will lie at much loss and will suffer greatly, unless Thou sendest rain, therefore we beseech Thee to open the windows of heaven nnd put sieves in them so that the water may not come as a flood, nor with the fury of hailstones and pitchforks, but drizzle-drozzle— drizzle-drozzle for about a week!"—Ex. As to of the by I It may not be generally known that Oregon is the geographical center of the United States. In other words, we are nearer the sea-shore of Maine than we ; are to the last of the Alentian Islands, j which belongs to this nation, in Alaska. | Two hours after the sun has set upon our western limits it rises again upon Mt. Katahclin, in Maine. The great center is located in Grant or Baker county.—Union (Oregon; Record. On the that "There are four mints in the United States," said chief clerk W. A. Steel, "and each one marks its coins so that : you can tell at a glance where a coin is j made. The New Orleans mint puts the | letter O just under the eagle; the mint and a t San Francisco, the letter 8; the one at ! Carson City, Nev. uses two C.'s. The | I Philadelphia mint has no mark."—Cour ier Journal. Ir are from little have to dense of beau Boise by of of ! "Your fare, youud lady," said the stage driver, as a pretty miss stepped j from his vehiele, and was about tripping j away. "O, thank you," responded the j absent-minded little beauty. "I think j your mustache becomes you real well, ; too." She got her ride free. The New York Times, which by unan imous consent has long been accorded the position of the leading Republican paper of the country, will not support Blaine for President. The The very latest Paris tint for bonnets is a grayish green. Three cans strawberries for $J at Old Joe Boggs. mylitf We Print Bills, Cards, Blanks, Tickets. Posters, Receipts, Programmes, Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Statements, Note Heads, Letter Heads, Visiting Cards, Funeral Notices, Wedding Invitations, Aud everything else commonly done in a printing office. Call and sec gam pies and learn prices. the yes up tools the is well. fine eve new (iuyer Hot Springs at Ketefaom Idaho. Large and comm odios building» have been erected containing parlor» and rooms for guests and Visitor» suitably furnished. A good restaurant connect ed where board and lodging is furnished nt reasonable prices, a number of oath rooms, also a large plundgeand swiming bath for both ladies and gentlemen pro , , vided, for all who may call to enjoy the j exhilerating aud medical effects of this celebrated water of which Prof. Dore mus gives the following analysis: : Sodium Chloride per gal in gr. 3.578. j r . lrho ,,,. t * .< « ft nee ! "MliUm LarDOnAtes tc „ „ : Calcium Sulphate 'f 6,574. Magnesium Sulphate " " " 534. Magnesium Chloride " " " 914, i re » - , , ,, -, ' j Traces of Iron „ 1,240. j --i Total Solids 22,805.j I. I. Lewis, Manager. ! PAY ROLLS FOR SALE C 1 ! I ! I ; j ' ' a'! ■ ! j ! i j j j I -at the— I 1 ! | j ! KEYSTONE OFFICE ■ ^ o m r CD 23 d OB î> 2 ri 1 'WH m öl m * S' jWg. sS a ► :v BBS s> M r fgjSt H . ' X : > -J. B. REIFF, - WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, : : Idaho, Ketchum, : NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! ! j j j j ; i<b Op H 0 ° j V* K> çyP Dry Cool?, Clothing THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOOD RIVER. , GILLETTE & EVANS i ? —Dealers la— I Stoves. Tinware, Hardware, Miners' Tools, Table and Pocket Cutter. Guns, _ ZoUris, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle ! and Sporting Goods. 1 TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TOÜiOER. IRON AND STifi. Doors, Sash and Blinds. t SUromcTS by Mail will reoalva prompt UtntHm. We aim anwMMMfirn OillttU ft Svtas, : ; Xrtefcmw, XttoJbo. i Watches Repaired. Parties residing in the vicinity of Ketchum can leave their orders for watch repairing. Ac., with Billy Ste vens, at Pinkham A Lewis' store. E H. Hvndbick. j - Notice lH hereby riven that an persons are : warned not to purchane from William Schult*« j and interest in the Belcher claim, situate« st ! head of Boulder creek, about y mile westoT : Murdock cabin, as descrilied and located by «id Schnitze and Rico; said claim bemrre corded at Hailey, AI turns Co.. Idaho, in book i . , j tcrest in said Beicher mice as a mininc lari j ner . B 1 8. W. Bradley. Notice. a* 1 claim nno-hnif lo Ketchum, Idaho, done 7, '.83*. ! C Witness onr hands and seals this 7th day c< 1 June, A. D. 188 *., Notice of Disolution. Notice is hereby riven that the co-partner ! ship heretofore e I signed, under the firm name of J. W. Harris A ! Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. I The business will be continued by W. N ; Reinhart., at the place of insiness heretofore j occupied by the old firm. Said W. N. Reinhart is hereby authorized tn ' settle all liabilities and collect all outstanding indebtedness due said firm of J. W. Harris <t inn between the under J. W. Harbis, W. N. Reinhart Ketchum, J une 188*-30d. Notic« of Forfeiture. ! To J. M. Langsdobv : j You are hereby notified that we have ei ! pended the «um of Six Hundred Dollars in la i bor and improvements on the Wire Silver and Comstock lode mining claims, situate in 8aw j tooth Mining District, AltnrasCo.. Idaho Terri tory, being the amount regnired to hold them for the years IH81, issu and t»«3, and that unless j your proportion of said expenditure due from j you, J. M. Langsdorf, It being 178 (or one I eighth) less $ 26 — amount paid by you. be paid within do days after the publication of this no ticeyourin said, claims will become the pro]' erty of the subscribers' under Section 2324,*Re vised Statutes of the United States. Joseph Bebgln. Louis Hanson. May 24,188*. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co-partner ship heretofore existing between tiie under signed, under the iirm name of James Brox . I is this day dissolved by mutual eansent. 1 The business will be continued by Geo. ! James at the place of business heretforeo ee | enpied by the old firm. j Said Geo. James is hereby authorized to set tle all liabilities and collect all outstanding in - ! debtedness due said firm of James Bros. Witness our hand and seals this, 9th dav cf George James, Chi ei.es James. ■ June, A. D. 1884. ^ Jnllw3j