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IETCHÏÏM DAILY KEYSTONE.
Issued Every Morning, except Monday. -AT KETCH I'M, A1/HRAS CO., IDAHO. GEO. J. LEWIS, - Editor ! SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1884. UNLAWFUL FISH KILLINU. In former notices of killing fish by giant powtier and other means we have not referred to the law upon the sub ject. The game law at the last session of the legislature was amended sons to in elude fish and regulates the manner in «hielt they shall ite taken. A hook and line is now the only way in which tbo speckled 1 (entities that nwnrm in our waters flan be caught, and tigit is as it should lie. All lovers of dear old Isaac Walton deplore the fact that thero are men mean enough to slaughter fish by foul means, and regret exceedingly the lack of opportunity for punishment. The law provides now that anyone taking fish by moans of a net or seine or killing them with powder shall ix> punished by fine, half the fine to go to the person giving the information and the other half to the county. Many I e-op lei seem to think that by giving such information they will be looked upon its spies, and so refrain. No more mistaken idea could exist. All true sportsmen believe In giving the game they pursue a fair chance, and by doing keep the hills and rivers stocked Hint their favorite sport may be indulged in. In many parts of the country clubs are organised and men paid to watch law breakers and report them ut once, and they are roughly handled. It ia beyond doubt tbo duty of all good citizens if they know of. or cun by a little effort detect an Infraction of the law In this respect to report the same to onr duply (list, utty., K. 0. Wheeler, Who will prosecute the offenders most rigorously.Of all ways of killing fish, that of using giant powder is th*« worst. AU kinds are killed that may be within teach big ami little, and then owing to onr swift running streams many are carried away and lost und so do no good to the person coiutnlting the offence. By using a net, while it is unlawful, Micro is not so much damage done. The little ones slip through the meshes and escape, and then the fisherman will usually throw many back into the water and give them a elm nee to grow. This unlawful fish killing must be stopped, •.Uni at unco, and we know of no surer way than by Hu* jxMtple at large keeping a bright lookout und reporting the mut ter as soon as detected. In this way of fending parties may l>e speedily brought to justic and a few convictions will have a good effect. Otherwise tin'vandalism w ilt go on and in a short time Wood River and its branches will be destitute of fish, »ud one of our country's pleas ure attractions ruined. THF. U. P. BA (I, KOI B. 'l l telegram« aauounct* the fact that a titrai Pacifie Unilr. n<l have naked thirl* «lay« time of their employes in which to pay their »alaries now tbit'. 'Tia calculated to make men think aeri ouhI.v of the financial condition t'f the count I v, when »company of the reputed wealth of that great monopoly bave to ask fur time. The official» state the most \ market ia ho tight that it is im putai bie to raise the nce«>sMary funds. Probably no corporation in the United State» has hud «a large a reveutie us tin. Central Pacific, und certainly none baa j enjoyed a more complété and oppres sive monopoly. All tin* lending men have unloosed fortunes running far iuto the millions, hove built modern paluccs ■ml lived on a acide »ff almost kingly magnificence«. None of them have en dowed themselves to the people by any act «if charity worthy of the name, or donated a dollar to leum behind them fitting monument» of their wealth, or to advums the greatness of the Statt' that gave them their money. Some of the umgnutva might from their private fortunes have advanced mot ■ > s. tR lent to have paid the hard Work, d . m ploy es and so avoided the present »'ate of affairs, bat they are not that self aaertfieing. 8It.Slid a great ! t*> the country and the On- j and it« promoters go to the j wail not on* regret would be felt on the ! a*, and while it might work | tern ne.arv disaster on the interest« of j uliforni» ami ooutittgniit | ultimate results wv the pall triil C Pa Ala* Stale terri t urv. 1 ' IliO greatly benefit it «ml the country lie iu a la tter tlluiueud ei'lullt tun und more î>roc]**nms under » new manage ment, that eccMor'i and profit trunk due with a termmuaiu California would get IK) per cent, of the bintiuei men controlled by the Central Pacific, for the merchant# und producer» alt , .1 , , ,, , „ , , ..long the hue of the l. P. hare Sm-cu oppressed and bled to the last degree, j and while the people at present are | ould have tlie*r pred before them example by it. To-day u new holploe« and tumble to aid them »cl von, a change rightly conducted would be gladly welcomed, and would be worth millions in tlio hands of now owners, und at the same time sure millions to the people who support the Central Pa cific of the present time. We Print Bills, Cards, Blanks, Tickets. Posters, Receipts, Programmes, Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Statements, Note Heads, Letter Heads, Visiting Cards, Funeral Notices, Wedding Invitations, ( leaning & Repairing. Mrs. Wheeler, on Fifth street, one block west of Main, Is prepared to do all kinds of repairing, cleaning and press ing of suits and guarantee» satisfaction jul9-lm to till. Publication of Summons. In the JubUcu'h Court of Ijcadvillo Precinct» in the Comity of Altunin, Territory of Idaho, L. P. IUihtnMon, J. J\ Jo«. linkharn, plaintiff. vh. Jo*. Miller, de fondant. The People of the United Statu*« 4n the Terri tory of Idaho «tend groetlnic to Joh. Miller, do fondant. You arc hereby Humnnmed to appear before me, at my oflioo in Ketch um. in the County of Alturan, on the 25th day of July, 1««4, at Jo o'clook a. M.j in an notion brought atfain«t you by «aid plaintiff to an«wer the complaint of the above named plaintiff. Said action *» brought to recover the «um of One Hundred and Thirty-Three and i:Mon Dol lar« duo plaintiff by defendant, on a promi«Hory note, or judum< nt will lie taken nvralunt you for the «»id amount, toifothor with coat« of thin «ni*, if yon full to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of «aid Coun ty^yreeUn* 'lake levai «ervioe and duc return hereof. <Hven under my hand thin, 17th day of June, lekC L. it. lit tin n'kon, A Justice of the Peace of «aid Product. Win. Hyndumn, Attorney Plaintiff. Jn'M-td Dissolution Notice. Notice 1« hereby dven that tho co-partner . Hte v«*ui ami C. ('. White, under the firm name of Htev un tV White, stoek herder«, 1 m till« day (Uh Holved l>y mutual consent. W. W. Steven« hav ing «old hi« iuterest to W. T. Lane 7iie hualne**« will bo continued by Whited: Lane, at t be plat The said Whit tie all liabilities and collect all uutMtaiidln# in due the old hr no hand« and «oal thi«. Ql«t day of -I»a W «hip heretofore exi«tiim lietween W. of busin iV Lone arts authorized to sot of the old firm. dei.te.fne Witness June. 1SH4. lu ' . W W. Stevens, C. C. White. ! Send in Tour Orders For JOB PRINTING! TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE. i PAY RO LLS FOR SALE j ! j j ! | j | -at the* KEYSTONE OFFICE. —THE KEYSTONE CHOP HOUSE. [Next door to the Capital.] Jacob Holzworth, Manager. Remodled, Refitted I Restocked, i Open at all boars for Meals and Lunches. Neat Tables and (loud Cooks will be ('omt)tned with every effort to make this a First Class Eattus House and to give the Public a OCAKANTF.K OF SATISFACTION. FLEMING i HANNA, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS, Next Door to Kkvhiom Ketchum, Idaho. HOUSE and OX SHOEING A SPECIALTY. We are Practical Mecbaniea, do v „ rlt> » uü Ou.mutc BaUahvetWm In all Job*, j f | All kind» of Work in Our Line will l>e done Promptly and hr the Beat Manner known to Experienced Mechanics. own FLEMING A HANNA. LAVELL BROS. I Manulacturor» of, and Di alors lu ROUGH AND DRESSES LUMBER! Laths and Shingles Mouldings, Pickets, Saslt, Door Blinds, Etc. A Complete Stock of Finis!ling Lumber Of ill Kinds, Including Flooring, Ceiling, Rustic, Siding, Weather Boarding, And, in tact, Everything Turned Out in a flrst olaxx mill, liable s will do well to commit us before oontraotlng. Orders from ail Points will receive prompt and careful attention. • ^"Office, Corner Main and IUvcr street«. Finnin ' Mill, Corner Leadville Avunue and Hiver htreet. LAVELL BROS., Ketchum, Idaho. 1776, 1884. GRAND FOURTH OF JULY BALL --IN FITZSIMMONS' 1 KETCHUM, IDAHO. The Best of Quadrillle Music. A Cordial Invital'on Extended to All. TICKETS $ 2.50 iFire Insurance. GEO. M. SNOW, Ketchum, Idaho, —Represents The Fireman's Fund Ins. Go. « OF CALIFORNIA. A«««t«, Income, and Loss Payment«, THE LARGEST Of Any Company Organized I WEST OF NEW YORK STATE. ASSETS. OOLD. $1,413,005.7«. Apu-trj A. DeCATUR, j I Contractor i Builder, j Ketchum, : : : : Idaho. H Headquarter» at the lion Ton Restaurant. . VI y IT tf. IT BEATS TUT WORLD! WE SELL SHUTLER WAGONS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST. WE DO THE BUSINESS BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP. WE SELL HARDWARE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES. IN ANI) SEE US AND EXAMINE OUR CALL In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE HAILEY. COFFIN BROS. 5 PHARMACISTS Dealers in Fin«- Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Arc. A Complete Stock on Baud of Kugliali and t rench Brushes, Soaps, Essences and Pharmaceutical Preparations. Keelierclic and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Importedand Domestio Cigars, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Ilcjdefe 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-tf WTLLET YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National Bank, KETCHUM, IDAHO. THE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Completed and thrown Open to the Public,Combines Every Feature of a FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. TWENTY -FIVE NEW ROOMS, READING ROOMS, FINE SYSTEM OF. WATER WORKS. COMFORTABLE PARLORS, GOOD BEDS and FURNITUKE THROUGHOUT. Location Central and Convenient to Business Houses, Postofficc, Banks, Ac. OO TO THE BAXTER HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, : : KETCHUM, IDAHO. L. H. RUSSELL &. CO., Proprietors A First-Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS, Dining Room is Run on the European Plan by the Old Reliable STEVEN H. COODBAN. MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY. I NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. STEWARD BROS. Have just added to thetr stoek of stationery and Fancy Goods a complete stock of j BR TJ GH3 YYHSTID IJ^IEIDICIISTIES, I TOILKT SOAPS, HAIR TOOTH AND N A1L BRUSH ES PERU, VI fc.s. COS V KTKJl F.3. TOILET WATERS, FACE POWDERS. POWDER BOXES. ,v('.. ,tC. 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 VAR it 1 V STORE, INCLUDING the Best Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood River, Remember the place—POST OFFICE STORE. j