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KETCH UM, ALTUKAS COUNTY, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1884. No. 8 KETGHDM DAILY KEYSTONE. Ih Iksimm! ut I K IÎTCIIUM, IDAHO, ■o GEORGE J. LEWIS, Publisher and Proprietor. nr ADVERTISING HA|F.S; BUSINESS CARDS. . 1*20 00 . io 00 . S 00 . 0 Of) 5 00 . *2 00 2 50 <*u+ column, per month One-half " " 14ur-thixd " ** Uu^-fourth ** * " Oue-rifth " " " Wmallor card*, per inch 1'rofesHional cards, per mouth. >eal*, per line 1st tim^—.. 41 ** *• each additional time Transient Advertising, persq.. 1st time.. •* " each additional " .. 1*2 1.« 1 (K, so LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All lccal advertisements $1 *0 per square, or fraction thereof, for <»ch perioii of thirty day*; Except Notices of Forfeiture (ninety days) Minier three squales, 111). sjr One square is ten lines of this type. Rnslness cards l>v the year at 10 per cent, dis count when paid in adyanoe. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. $ 1*2 00 f> 00 A 50 2 50 •ns Year, by mail, in advance, Six Month*, " Three " Two Une Week, by Carrier,. Single Copies,. :i5 12.4 Taylor & Hastings, ASSAYERS Al SDRTEYOHS JOHN B. HASTINGS, il. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR, Jam. H. Hawley. • eo. H. Robebtm, Roberts & Hawley, A tto r nevs-a't-Law, Hailey, : ; : : Idalio. Robert McCulloch, A ttorney-at-Law Hailey, : : : : Idaho. Will practice in all the Courte. Several years exiierience in U. 8. Land Office and Mining Lit igations. Refers by permission to 'Hi,- Colorado National Hank, Colo.: lion. U. M. Teller, Secretary of thelntcrior; Hon. William Lawrence, 1st Comjtt. V. STreas., Washmston, D. C. W. M. Hill. «. B. Estes, Drs. Hill & Estes, Physicians | Surgeons Ketchum, Idaho. Ï Dentistry., Dr. Gardiiiier, A Reliable and Skilled Dentist, is now AT THE PALACE HOTEL. 1 strive to Please Those And han come to ntav. Patronizing me by Doing Good Work. tf J^eference, Philadelphia Dental College. Dr. J. H. Ritchie, DENTIST, OYPICE—Third at., 2nd door from Main. Ketchum. .. Idaho. Reference, Wisconsin Dental College, ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT, Ketchum, Idaho. RICHARD WEST, Proprietor. Waving fitted tip the above named lies tnuruut. 1 urn prepared to feed the ' hungry and weary on reasuunbl# term« with the, best the mar ket affords. Open Day and Night. Thankful for the past patronage I hope to merit a continuance of the mime. jfxtTMcals at all hours. RICHARD WEST, Proprietor M. G. WIlllAMS, LAUNDRY » 4th and nth' Streets. Wasblnston. between - -THE ONLY AN r I-CLINKHR LAUNDRY IN— —jeElVtUM.— Work and Prices. »a tie (action Gumanteed in Liuenwcar pi »Jr Patrons lishea. but not ruined, will tin ' their Apparel always in . t ml buttons- well .listened. PjnkhdiD & Lewis, I 7 é GERERAI. MERCHANTS, Wholesale i Retail — Dealer« n— I I I II 111 'P CLOTHING, Hardware, Ms and Steel P Miners' Implements and SU^^LXES. We have en routo a large stock of new good« and are now prepared to COMPETE with Any and Everybody, We propose to make such reduction in prices as will enable purchasers to get better bargains in Ketchum than in ary other WOOD RIVER TOWN. PINK HAM & LKWIS, Ketch um, Idaho. Apl3-tf! PALACE SALOON. KETCHUM, IDAHO. JOHN MEAOnEK, Proprietor. Dealer in WINES, WINES, LIQUORS* LIQUORS Ï and CIGARS. CIGARS. The finest bar and most elegant fixtures on the river. All kinds of liâmes dealt nightly. Give me a call. [MarCT, tf M'Mahon & Somers Dealers in FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCOS, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES, FRESH BUTTER And Eggs. 1 Ketchum, Idaho. Ounii & French, (SUCCESSORS TO N. MADISON.) BLACKSMITHS, LOWED MAIN STREET, Arc Prepared for All Kinds of ]] lack smithing, Wagon Work, Repairing, Etc. HORSE SHOEING A Specialty. •ÔTartieniar Atteutio to Miners' Work. . N. MADISON, Wagon IMer aod Wood Worker, Who Guarantee* Satisfaction in All Kinds of Wood W k, Repairing, Etc. AprlCtf The Buyers' Guide la la sued March and Sept., each year: 216 pages, 8JxllJ inches, with over 3,300 illustrations—a whole pic ture gallery. Gives whole mleprices<&rect to consumers on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact cost of every th-'-— -ou use, eat, drink, wear, or have These invaluable books con* rmation gleaned from the maw A the world. We will mail a copy . ,, . . c Xf jc roe to any address upon receipt of the postage— 7 cents. Let us hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO o » ! I in 1 SS? * SS» WskMh tnm CkWaa* OL OLD JOE BOGGS & CO., General Merchandise GROCERIES, Miners' Supplies.! Grain, Flour and Feed. 5— Confectionery, Oyster and Chop louse Main Street, Ketchum, Idaho, Opposite P. O. ! GEO. S. CALLAIHAN, ? I Proprietor. THE BAKERY Is Supplied with n Fine Assortment of Fresh Bread and Pastry, and will Deliver ' the Same to any Part of Town. n^ilT Wedding Cakes and Fine Pastry will Receive Special Attention. , GAME, OYSTERS, FISH, ETC., In Season. PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. JfDF FINE WINES AND CIOARS ON ORDER. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. on -THE fl '5 (Combined with the Brewery Saloon) Leo. Stech, Proprietor, Ketchum, Idaho. Main Street, A First-Class Eating House with the Best the Market Affords, and at the Lowest Going Prices. OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. Fresh Bread and Fine Pastry a Specialty. FURNITUREI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Frank Quereau & Co., :: KKT0I1UAI, IDAHO, j I parlor AND BEDROOM SUITES FINISHED IN BLACK WALNUT. ASH AND MAPLE; ! _ . . .. ! „ »«NT KOBOBT IT « e Carry the Hm-st Selection ot t arniture that Defv Competition. : REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY, ly AND CAREFULLY FILLED. MAIN STKKKT. Carry a Complete Stook of Furniture, Consisting of BEDSTEADS. WASTI ALSO, IN LARGE VARIETY MIRRORS, ( HAIRS, TABLES, STANDS MATTRESSES AND SPRINGS. A FINI: ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS. m Wood River wljjh IT ices ORDERS SOLICITED aND PROMPT We are also Airent* for The Sinçer NniiufaclHrinr <'n*s. Genuine Machines. Needles, OU, Parts, *c., for the Singer Old and Ne Sold St> les Constantly , Arrant f on the Installment Plan. un Hund. T. E. Clohecy&Go. KETCHUM, IDAHO. The heading Wholesale and Retail House Wood River for Minim? and Family Trade, Keen Constantly on Hand a Full and Complete Line of OB Staple and Fancy Groceries I Crockery and Glassware, BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAT*, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, GENTS' -■ 111 SADDLERY and GRAIN. Euvjng froni First Hands for Cash and at Bottom FiyuvfA.Wp am Prepared to r urut/ih the Trade andCustom ers at Figuras that Defy Competition. ! SATISFACilON GUARANTEED. I Agent for the Stndebaker Wagons ' » , We ITeep on Hand a Large Assortmen t ot I Spring, Farm and Ore Wagons; Also, Agent? for HERCULES POWDER. ■*j* r Call and Examine before PnrrhiinWi r : Elsewhere. T. E. CLOHECY A CO. A. ADAMS, i —Manufacturer and Wholesale mad Retour v --Dealer in— ■ Rough I Dressed Lumber i md— : • SAWED SHIMS. ■ and MOULDINGS. If. D. Newman. Feed, Sale and Liven Stable, Fourth Street, Opposite J. O Swift, £ Co., ; KKTcnUM, : I DA IK* » I J. 1. RIVER, : Pioneer Blacksmith of I i KETCHUM IDAHO. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmithing, Wagon Making and Repairing. —Also a full supply ot HARDWOOD— —LUMBER such as will bo in-— —demand for general —Repairing done from a— — Rneiry np to the— —largest wam>n— —now in ime— ('(instantly on hand a full sii|»|)l\ use.— Miners Tools.