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fteued Every Morning, except Monday. -AT KFTl'HIJM, AMUR AH CO., IDAHO. OB O. J. LEWIS, SUNDAY, JUNE iW, 1884. - Editor A MAN FOR BREAKFAST Xa theOrer d* A lean.—Thorn«« Steele Shot UMl Killed bj Dan M. Fergn«en. The quietude of Engle was disturbed yesterday morning nt 9 o'clock by the («port of a pistol shot, fired on Eagle Street, and m the town awoke to its customary business routine, it traus ptred that Eagle had a "man for break test." The name of the victim was Thos. Steele and the man who dkl the shoot ing D. 8. Ferguson. Frem the testtmo ny given at the Coroner's inquest, yes terday morning, we learn the following particulars: Prefacing it with the in formation that deceased was a son of Dr. Jno. U. Stool«," formerly of Omaha. Rebrsaka, arrived hero from Portland, Oregon, and was formerly of Hun Elver, Montana. Deceased wn# tin* represent ative of the North western Mining Com pany, having oiuinm here, of which his namesake, James Htoele, President of the Willamette Havings Bunk, of Port land, Oregon, ia the chief. Deceased associated himwll with a woman of the town with whom he was intimate, and together they visited sever*! saloons, deceased indulging but little, while the woman drank to «sees«. At one o'clock Friday morning they were in the "Daisy" saloon and (Utcettaed endeavored to in duce her to go home, but she refused. Deceased then took her by the arm und got her out in the street, where she flay down and declared her intention of remaining thero all night. Mr. Bteele became so aggravated that he finally slapped her on the face several times. At this juncture the saloon keeper eamo out and requested him not to maltreat the woman. Dan Ferguson then appeared on the scene, «ml also requested him to desist from abusing the woman. Deceased then left her, and advancing to Ferguson said: "Maybe you want some of this; damn you. I'll fix you," at the same time drawing a re volver and striking Ferguson over the heud with a force that exploded the weapon. He then jumped a few steps backward and fired ut Ferguson, but missed him. Ferguson by this time had pulled his revolver and the two men ex changed Mhota In quick suoceiudnn, Htoele bring another shot and Ferguson shoot ing twice, when Steele fell, mortally wound«! by a »hot which entered just below the left rib# and coming ont two Inohea to the light of the spinal col umn. Immediately after the shooting. Feigusou Kin-rendered himself and was taken iuto ouatody. and bln deputy, Frank McDonald, then removed the woman to the lock-up, and laid out tho laxly of deceased in the court house. The inquest was held .yes terday forenoon and after hearing the evidence as stated above, returned a verdict that: Sheriff Dun well "Thos. Bt««le en me to his death from a gunshot wound, from a pistol in the bauds of Dan Ferguson," wax Immediately sworn out for his rest, and after a preliminary examina lion, was bound over in tho sum of $3,000 bonds to appear for examination to-day (Saturday), -Cœur d'Alene Eagle. A warrant itr The June number of the West Shore, published at Portland, Oregon, tains an unusually large amount of in formation of value to onij desiring to kn«>w the condition of the industries and resources of the Orest West. A long ihd complete description of Heut tle, the chief city on Puget Sound, is tiie leading feature of the number, be »»tie* which is an exceedingly interest ing historical article ou the "Fabulous Etroit* of Anhui," another letter on "Onr Industrie* and Resources," a descrip tion of "Kittitas County, W. f.," and much other choice original and select ed matter. The illustrations, of which there are twelve full pages, besides a large three-page view of the City of Se attle, are exeoUeut. and present scenes in and about the city. Con We Print r Card«, B Tu U, Fi Receipts, It. nimm ce, Pamphlete. Bill Head*. Ht Lamenta, Note Heads, L< ter Head», Visiting Card*. Funeral Notion#, Y. . Oiling Invitation#, Ctenlig & Hepairiag. Mrs. Wheeler, t>n Fifth street, one block west-of Main, is prepared to do all kinds of repairing, cleaning and press ing of salts and guarantees satisfaction to all. julO-lm Publication of Summon«. In the Justice'» Court of Lend »Ille Product, in the County of Altura», Territory of Idaho, 1j. P. Robin »on, J. P. J oh. Ptnkham, plaintiff. »«. Jo«, Miller, de fendant. The People of the United States In the Terri tory of Idaho »end «reetina to Jo». Miller, de fendant. You are hereby summoned to appear before me, at my office In Ketchum, in the County of Altnra«, on the 25th day of July, 18H4, at 10 o'clock A. M., In an action brought aaatrmt you by said plaintiff to anewer the complaint of the above named plaintiff. Bald action is brotudit to recover the »um of One Hundred and Thirty-Three and 13-100 Dol lar« due plaintiff by defendant on a jpromlaaorv note, or fiidiun nt will be taken ayainet yon for the »aid amount, toiretbor with co*U of this »ult. If yon fall to appear and a newer. To toe Sheriff or any Corn-table of «aid Coun ty,/reetins : Maks leoal (liven under iny hand this, 11th day of June, I,. II. Kosinmon, A Jnatioe of the Peace of said Preoinot. Wm. Hvmtmaa, Attorney Plaintiff. trvlee and due return hereof. JMI4. JnM-td Notice of Disolution. Notice 1« hereby /riven that the co-partner - Hhip heretofore exlHtlna between the under »ianed, under the firm name of J. W. Harris A Co., is this day dissolved by mutnai consent. The business will bo continued by W, N. Keinhart, at the place of lusinesa heretofore oooupled by the old tirm. Bald W. N. Keinhart Is hereby authorized to settle all liabilities and collect all outstanding Indebtedness due said firm of J. W. Harris & Co., Witness our hands and «cal» this 7th day of Juno, A. D, IHK4. J. W. Hakhik, W. N. Kbjnhart Ketchum, June 7, IHH4-30d. Dissolution Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the co-partner ship heretofore exlstin« between W. W. Hte veiis and C, (i. White, under the firm name of 8tev ns Ar White, stock herders, Is this day dis solved by mutual consent. W. W. Stevens liav lna sold Ills Interest to W . T. bane. The business will lie continued by White A Dane, at the place of business of the old firm. Vvhite Th« ha id tie all liahUitluH nruJ collect all oututandinK in debted lien« duo the old hrm. r liuiidH and m al thin, lilut day of W. W. Htevknh, C. C. White. & I jam* are authorized to net WltnoMH June, 1884. Jn*23-;»w. FLEMING & HANNA, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS ! (Next Door to Kkyhione) Ketchum, Idaho. HORSE ami OX SHOEING ▲ SPECIALTY. All kinds of Work in Our Line will bo done Promptly and in the Bout Manner known to Experienced Mechanics. We are Practical Mechanic», do our own work, and Guarantee Satisfaction In all Jobs. Jnll tn FLKMINU * HANNA. Send in Your Orders For JOB PRINTING! TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE. PAY ROLLS FOR SALE —at the— KEYSTONE OFFICE. TUE— KEYSTONE CHOP HOUSE. [Next door to the Capital. Jacob Holsworth, Manager. Remedied, Refined I Restocked. Open at ail hours for Meals and Lunches. i Neïvt Tablet* and Good Cook« will Ik* Combined j with Dvery effort to make this a Fiiat Cia.H.H E a tin'* IloUfie and to jfivu the Public a GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION. LAVELL BROS. KanuUot tirer» of, and Dealers la BOUGH AMD DRESSED Laths and Shingles Mouldings, Pickets, Saab, Door Blinds, Etc. A Complete Stock of 7 Of all Kinds, Including Flooring, Ceiling, Rustic, Siding, Weather Boarding, And. in fact, Everything Turned Out in a first claHH mill. Du.Ido u* before contracting. Order« from all »oelve prompt and careful attention. ill do well to consult Points will WOOice, Corner Main and Itiver streets. llanln • Mill, Corner Lcadvillo Avunue and River troel. LAVELL BROS., Ketchum, Idaho. 1884. 1776, GRAND FOURTH OF JULY BALL -IN FITZSIMMONS' ? KETCHUM, IDAHO. The Best of Quadrillle Music. A Cordial Inviia m Extended to All. $2.50 TICKETS Fire Insurance. GEO. M. SNOW, Ketchum, Idaho, —Represents The Fireman's Fund Ins. Co *1 OF CALIFORNIA. AsHots, Income, and Lo«« Payment«, THE LARGEST Of Any Company Organized WEST OF NEW YORK STATE. ASSETS. GOLD, $t,47J,Oîa.7S. Apl2-tf) A. DeCATUR, Contractor g Builder, Ketchum, : : : : Idaho, esTHcadquartcrs at the Bon Ton Restaurant. iMyn-tf. iï 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 OUR 1 In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE, HAILEY. COFFIN BROS. L I. IM & ! 5 PHARMACISTS Dealers in Fine Drills, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, <fcc. A Complete Stock on M*«.4 of English and French Brushes, Soap«, Essence« and Pharmaceutical Preparation*, fttccliorclie and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Imported and Domestic Cij ar a, FishinR Tackle, Paints, Oüh, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Replete with such Articles as are Usually found in a Firat-Class Drug Store. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. I. I Lewis & Son, Two Doors N. of Pinkham & Lewi«. [Myl7-M WILLET YOUNG, Prescription Clt.-k. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor Next door to First National Bank, KETCHUM IDAHO. 9 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 WOR**. GOOD BEDS and FURNITURE THROUGHOUT. COMFORTABLE PARLORS, Location Central and Convenient to Buainess Houses, Postofflee, Banks, Ac. «JO TO THE BAXTER HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, : . I\ lit CHUM, IDAIK). L. H. RUSSELL A CO., Proprietors. A First-Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS. Dining Hoorn is Hun on the European Flan by the Old Reliable STEVEN H. COODBAN. MEALS AT A EL HOURS OF THF. DAY OR NIGHT. ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AND PA 1 )' ACCORDINGLY. NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. STEWARD BROS. I Have ji'ft .Khl il oltaeir slock of - 1 a■ -ry and Fancy Good* a c-.ruok-te stock of ZDIR/LTO-S .A.IN"ID MEDICINES, TO i LUT SUAIS hau; TOOTH AN [> N A 1 L BRUSH ES PERK MKS fib V ATrQCBS.TOn.RT WAlr.KS FACE lOWOKRS. POWDF.R COALS a C aC I'rioc r i pilou s Carpftlll) fum pun tided. A l-o. Healers In WALL TAPER. CTIIMNFVS. CI, ASS W A IF. MAJOLICA W A l«K MIRRORS I i PES. TOBACCO, CIGARS; IN FACT. K\l-RA TH I NO TO UK FOUND IN A 11 ..- CLASS YARlflV SPORE. INCLUDING the Best Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood Hiver. Remember the place—POS T OFFICE STORE.