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KTCMM DAILY EYSTOE
Imed Every Morning, esoujA Monday. -AT KETCH I'M, ALTUKAS CO„ IDAHO. OBO. J. UT1I, . . . Editor a TUESDAY, JUNE 24 ,MM. SMOKE. Honorable J. B. Ro«borough a»k* the Court to mbmit certain chArgea agnlnat the county financier* to the next Grand Jury, and « memorandum of the«« chargee being aabmltted to the Court the Judge remarked that oa noon ae the preaent Grand Jury would be dlomiiuied he would couakler the matter. Hon. Mr. Boaborongh then reapectfnlly re al gn cd the appointment conferred upon him for the «pedal occuaion, becauae, in hi* own wor«bi, 'T am convinced that my aervleea, rauKii siimting cmeux htaxck«, cannot reach any practical re «ulta, and 1 am not willing to »Und by the helm when it cankot tbavkji»* PKKEbY IN Mf HAND»." "Tlmre 1« nomethlug rotten in Den mark." U U very evident that certain influent»»» have been brought to bear upon the action of the Grand Jury which bo earncgtly entered the cauoe of •marching tor the looee «crown that have racked tho troamiry of our county fond«, and they bave won ken oil in the density of ignomlntoua fume«. That "under existing circumatancoa" the investiga tion cannot be completed, it conclu»! ve proof of the corruption it w«a meant to disclose. For there would bo no lnyeu tlve to discontinue tho work witii an approxImutly «lean record no fur an con ducted. It is pint* from Mr. Itosbor ongli'H atateincnt that n portion of hi* »»»Ulaut* have weakened in the unuse, ami to what can this be attributed un ie» it be the Inevitable ilisdoaure of friand* or buying confederates^ The next Grand Jury; well, they might a* w »11 *oy, when the present pang has »uf flciontly controlled the treasury to make Thi» move invcaügwtion wonra «ms. on the part of Mr. Rooborough and the Grand Jury 1» the groaoeat piece of in pisth«« that ever befell an injured cotn inmdty of taxpayers, but the honorable gentleman i» douhtless Compelled to formula* the work in tho event of oppo aUiou among Ida assistant*. "Plain« is a had man and hl» nom ination is the triumph of all that is bold and bud in polities. I Will not support Henry Ward Beecher. him."' Tlie Ban Fmmdwau, a weekly Journal, which was «)« ta till» hod in Kim Francisco n few week* «go, suspended pubUeatlon. The fund» at the disposal of the proprl Mi-szri. Goodman ami McEwen, «tor«, wora ûsiuiu«fc*i. «ud tho»© gautltmiou x . i &CUS ml tij *at if* tract délit». A letter from N'«»w York gives» this grid - Women no )tying bit of fashion new*: longer paint and nowder to exewtt. A of Fifth tottu may walk from one ond Avenue to the other without font that iaartifloiaUy iUutuJuub'd. rrigu of ertitti lid color i* over. coing » The A »jm'ial Irani Cleveland, Ohio, any»: ; A movement 1« on foot throughout Ohio to boyeott Harper * Weekly iiy tho Ro th!» mov® t» mont notable At Mow Phil* publican*. in tho Woatern R««wirvtJ, del phi» »largo club of »nhsurlher* have discontinued it. and leading tuen of the town ere olrtnilntiug potitious proud» ing not to puroha* copie» of either Har I*uek or tho Now York par'» Weekly, Tim®». iiewsili'ulor in Cleveland will loo® money on this week'* Hariwra Weekly, heavy demand for it, but a Urge number Nearly every Tbejr expected a remain unsold. Hotel Arrival*. BAXTKK'S. T. M. Hunt, Haih'y; J- E. Greenwood, St* SODA Y : Keney, R«y tuiue; C. H. Vienna; Poptuuu. Ketehum; Jinue» Har rington. bullion; Timoihy K« ilv, Bul Wohtjay: Simon lleuly, Mnl<kx>n; 01 to Kwea*ou, Hailey. palace. *c» 0 ay: Ritebie Comedy Co., in elutbag Catherine Nelson, Master Bel Ihxty Zanfretta, Alford Aurthnr, T. G. Wither, Win. Van Aualyn, C. G. Kitehtuontl and M. W. Farrell; James Henson, Bait Lake; H. Johnoon. aoxDri earn«» Hernon, Suit Lake; H. Stall, O. S. L.; Mike Itynii, Karris, K. C. Kpnree, Win. Hanna, Wm. Red, D. Perry. NEW TO-DAY. Publication of Sammons. In the Justice'* Conit of Lttdrllh Precinct, In the Connty of Altnme, Territory of Idaho, L. P. Bobinaon, J. P. Joe. Plnkham, plaintiff, v*. Joe. Miller, de fendant. The People of the United States In the Terri tory of Idaho tend greeting to Joe. Miller, de fendant. Ton are hereby rnmmoued to appear before me, at my o0oe In Ketobnm, In the County of Altnrae, on the 18th day of July, 1W4, at 10 o'clock a. U., In an action brought égalant j by «t'l plaintiff to anawer the complaint the above named plaintiff. Held action 1* brought to recover the »um «rit One Hundred and Thirty-Three and 13-lOu Dol lam due plaintiff by defendant on a promissory note, or Judgment will 1« taken again* t you for the mid amount, together with cost» of thin »Hit, if yon fall to appear and annwer. To the Hheriff or any Con. ta hie of Held Coun ty, greeting: Make legal eerviee and due return hereof. Olven under my hand thla, 17th day of June, L. B. ROIHNHOK, A Justice of the Peace of Mid Precinct. Wm, Hyndmau, Attorney Plaintiff. you of * I IHM. JnM-UI Dissolution Notice. Nonet I» hereby given that the oo-pai *)itp herrtetore vxiatlng hetween W. W. von* and C. C. Whit«, under the firm name of Htcveti* A White, stock herders, Ih thin day <Ss nolved by mutual oonnent, W. W. Hteveas hav ld bl* Interest bUHine«» will be continued by White At Lana, at the place of bnsincss of the old firm. White A rtnsr* HU Of to W . T. lame. lag ho The Lane are authorized to Ket tle all llabilttieH and collect all outstanding ln debtedne«H due the old hrm. Witness our hands and «cal thl*. 'list dev of W. W. HTSYtNH, C. c. Whits. The »aid June, IHM. JnWiiw. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, '84. The Original THK CELEBRATED Jubilee and Plantation Singers. We have wHh*u« all the Famous Company. The Nashville Student*'Male Quartette; the F»arkey Impersonator; the Great ('ami» Meottntf Leader; tho Celebrated Shoufthitf , Tenor. From the Old Plantation Scene« to the Parlor i Concert Scene«. Admission, . Reserved Seats,. $ 1.00 ! 1.25 On Halo at Steward Bros. Sand in Your Orders For i JOB PRINTING! TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE. PAY RO LLS FOR SALE at the KEYSTONE OFFICE. - A ! j —T1IE~ I KEYSTONE » CHOP HOUSE. ; [Next door to the Capital. I Jacob Koncwarth, Manager, j ; Remodled, Refitted I Restocked. Open at all hour* for Meals and Lunches. Neat Tables and (Hast Cooks wUl lie Combined withevfoy effort to malte this à First, Cl*»» Eating House anil to give the Public* in | ; ! CH'ARANTKK. OF HATISFACTION. a j FLEMING t HANNA, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS E. 1 i «Next Door to KktsH'nk) □ Ketehum, Idaho. i 01- HORSE and OX SHOEING in T. G. ! ; w> are Pructical Mechanics, do onr own Red, I work, and Guarantee Satisfaction In all jobs. f Jail tfi A SPECIALTY. j All kinds of Work tn Our Line will tie done Promptly and In the Best Manner known to Experienced Mechanics. FLEXING * HANNA. « A. DeCATUR, Contractor § Builder, Katdnua, : : : : Idaho. «"Headquarter* at the Bon Ton Restaurant. fM>T7-tf. Fire Insurance. I GEO. m. avow. Ketehum, - Idaho, •Represent*— Tin Fireman's Fund Ins. Go M OP CALIFORNIA. A .nets, Income, »nil Lows Payment*, THE LARGEST Of Any Company Org*nlz«*d WEST OF NEW YORK STATE. ASSETS, OOLD, $1,478,086.76. ApU-tf] LAVELL BROS. Manplaoturers of, and Dealer* In ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER! , i Laths and Shingles ! Mouldings, Pickets, Sash, Door Blinds, Ktc. A Complete Stock of i Finishing; Lumber, Of all Kinds, Inclmling Billing, Rustic, Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boarding, And. in fact, Everythin* Turned Out in a first Hu.Lie « will do well to consult Order« from all prompt anti elttMH mill. um before ooniraclimr. Points rill receive careful attention. ! *#"08îoe. Corner Main and Hiver streets. Plantn - Mill, Corner LeadvlUe Avunue ami j lUver » treet. I LAVELL, BROS., Ketehum, Itlaho. 1884. 1776, kg GRAND FOURTH OF JULY BALL -IN FITZSIMMONS' i own a 1 ' KETCHUM, IDAHO. The Best of Quadrillle Music. A Cordial Invitation Extended to All. $2.50 TICKETS « iï BEITS 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 OUR In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE ? HAILEY. COFFIN BROS. PHARMACISTS j Dealer* In Fine Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ac. A Complete Stock on Hand of Englhli and French Brushes, Soaps, Essences and Pharmaceutical Preparation*. Recherche and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Imported and Domestlo Cigars, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Replete 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 Finkham & Lewis. [Myl7-tf WXLLET YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National Bank« IDÂHO. KETCHUM, THE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Completed and thrown Open to the Public,Combines Every Feature of a FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. It* A DING ROOMS, FINE SYSTEM OF WATHB WOB». TWENTY-FIVE NKW ROOMS, GOOD DEBS and FURNITUHE THROUGHOUT. UOMTORTABLE PARLORS, Location Central and Convenient to Business Houses, Postoffice, Banks, Ac. GO TO THE BAXTER HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, KETCHUM, IDAHO. MAIN STREET, : L. H. RUSSELL At CO., Proprietors* A First-Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS, Dining Room is Run on the European Flan by the Old Reliable STEVEN H. COODBAN. MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY. NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. STEWARD BROS., Have just add- d to their stock of stationery and Fancy floods a complete stock of 1 lOÏ^TJO-S JLIsTHD MBDIOIÜTES, ' TOILET BOAT'S. H.UF,. TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES. PERFUMES. C0BMET1QUEH.TOILET WATERS, FACE POW'DEKS, POWDER BOXES, AC., AC. Prescription» Carefully Compounded. Also, Dealers In WALL PAPER, CHIMNEYS, GLASSWARE, MAJOLICA WARE. MIRRORS, PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS; IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS VARIETY STORE, INCLUDING the Beet Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood River. Remember the place—POST OFFICE STORE.